18 Burst results for "Yoko Ono John Lennon"
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
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"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Let's bring performing arts up on the stage here and linda montano in a believed that was in nineteen was at nine hundred seventy two. She handcuffed herself to another performance artists. Name tom mariani. Nineteen seventy-three and ship for three days. They lived in an art gallery and around. That time like yoko ono john lennon Slept in an art gallery called an performance called bed. Peace veto a county. He buried himself underneath the floorboards and masturbated win allegedly with lead or something. Right is what that one's called bed. Yeah he casted his voice into loudspeakers like yeah. Walk all over me baby and it was like kind of comical like if you read the descriptions about it. Did you ever like at a time because you you know. You're involved with the galleries and teaching and getting your masters in in houston as well. D ever like had the idea or have the desire to like wanting to live in an art gallery as a performance. Well it's funny. You should say that. I did teach public. Art is was the class. I taught at the university of houston while i was there Getting my master's degree and one of the things. I did is When they were out studios to the graduate students they had this big room when they were with a been formerly classroom with windows looking out to the museum and they were cutting up the room into studios and i went in and i said i just want the front six feet of this but i want all the windows. Viewing the museum is so my art studio became both the artists and the artwork were fully on display at all times. So i had always did all my work in there. I had all my art on display at all my meetings in there with both my professors and with my students and so it was kind of like living in an art gallery because it was so on view it really hearkens back to my days of you know being a window dresser on fifth avenue and trump tower because i spent so.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Let's bring performing arts up on the stage here and linda montano in a believed that was in nineteen was at nine hundred seventy two. She handcuffed herself to another performance artists. Name tom mariani. Nineteen seventy-three and ship for three days. They lived in an art gallery and around. That time like yoko ono john lennon Slept in an art gallery called an performance called bed. Peace veto a county. He buried himself underneath the floorboards and masturbated win allegedly with lead or something. Right is what that one's called bed. Yeah he casted his voice into loudspeakers like yeah. Walk all over me baby. And it was like kind of comical. Read the descriptions about it. Did you ever like at a time because you you know. You're involved with the galleries and teaching and getting your masters in in houston as well. D ever like had the idea or have the desire to like wanting to live in an art gallery as a performance. Well it's funny. You should say that. I did teach public. Art is was the class. I taught at the university of houston while i was there Getting my master's degree and one of the things. I did is When they were out studios to the graduate students they had this big room when they were with a been formerly classroom with windows looking out to the museum and they were cutting up the room into studios and i went in and i said i just want the front six feet of this but i want all the windows. Viewing the museum is so my art studio became both the artists and the artwork were fully on display at all times. So i had always did all my work in there. I had all my art on display at all my meetings in there with both my professors and with my students and so it was kind of like living in an art gallery because it was so on view it really hearkens back to my days of you know being a window dresser on fifth avenue and trump tower because i spent so.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Was hard for her performance funeral where she invited people to give or receive forgiveness but then also come up on the stage and deal with the actors on the stage. I forget what your role was right because everybody had like a little station and you can go to a different and and the narrator. I was just i was just the mc. Did you ever ask anybody for forgiveness or give anybody forgiven us. Oh no i don't. I don't believe in forgiveness. Because i don't hold grudges. I i don't. I don't dwell on the past on the present. Oh my so. I don't think back on the past and think like our. I'm still mad about that. Or whatever because linda was asking and we'll get to who linda montano second. She was inviting people to ask for forgiveness. Forgive forgiveness and i went up to. Linda said i forgive you as she was gagged but she was totally gay she was like. Why do i forgive you to fausto right really influential. Mother of a lot of peerformance church certainly was very much formed in in her spirit and very much with a lot of guidance from her and this was a collective of artists who focus on populism humor and connection with an audience at a time where you know the height of the aids crisis a lot of marginalization a lot of on what art and performance was going in and we all got together and said you know just want to impress our friends and and say something but also make ourselves on each other laugh and i it was such a great experience and i also loved that it was a music town. And we're like okay. There's more that can happen on stage besides rock and roll. Let's bring performing arts up on the stage here and linda montano in a believed that was in nineteen nine hundred seventy two. She handcuffed herself to another performance artists. Name tom mariani. Nineteen seventy-three and ship for three days. They lived in an art gallery and around. That time like yoko ono john lennon Slept in an art gallery called an performance called bed. Peace veto a county. He buried himself underneath the floorboards and masturbated win allegedly with lead or something. Right is what that one's called bed. Yeah he casted his voice into loudspeakers like yeah. Walk all over me baby and it was like kind of comical like if you read the descriptions about it. Did you ever like at a time because you you know. You're involved with the galleries and teaching and getting your masters in in houston as well. D ever like had the idea or have the desire to like wanting to live in an art gallery as a performance. Well it's funny. You should say that. I did teach public. Art is was the class. I taught at the university of houston while i was there Getting my master's degree and one of the things. I did is When they were out studios to the graduate students they had this big room when they were with a been formerly classroom with windows looking out to the museum and they were cutting up the room into studios and i went in and i said i just want the front six feet of this but i want all the windows. Viewing the museum is so my art studio became both the artists and the artwork were fully on display at all times. So i had always did all my work in there. I had all my art on display at all my meetings in there with both my professors and with my students and so it was kind of like living in an art gallery because it was so on view it really hearkens back to my days of you know being a window dresser on fifth avenue and trump tower because i spent so.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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Eric and his crew's exciting unlimited Are your homes, go to contractor here, Take your next step and check them out exciting unlimited dot com, Citing unlimited sighting in a whole lot more Jeff Wagner on W. G. M. J. Welcome back to the program. If you follow me on Twitter it's at Jack Wagner. 6 20. I thought I thought this was interesting. Sean Ono Lennon, who is the child of former Beatles, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, John Lennon? Interestingly head he not been murdered back in 1980, he would have been 80 years old. Last week's birthday was October 9th 1940, so he would have been 80 years old. Course some he died. It was murdered 40 years ago just that. That's one of those things where if you were around at the time you remember it was a Monday night they broke in to Monday night Football. Howard Cosell was doing that. You know, everybody remembers it anyways. Sean Ono Lennon is a musician in his own right. I never thought it would necessarily do this, but I just sent out a tweet featuring Sean Ono Lennon. Interestingly enough of all the people out there, he has decided to slap back at both political correctness and the Portland rioters. I mean, here's the deal couple days ago. Of course you had the rioters in Portland Monday was Columbus Day slash indigenous Peoples Day. Whatever you wanna call it. And you had some of the the perpetual rioters in Portland who decided that what they were going to do is they were going to vandalize a statue of Abraham Lincoln and also vandalized a statue ofthe Theodore Roosevelt. And the justification, apparently between vandalizing and destroying the Lincoln statue, and the Teddy Roosevelt statue was the idea that they were trying to. I don't know, Fight humanity's past wrong. This is you know that this is it's It's white privilege. And, yes, you know Abraham Lincoln? Yes, he was responsible for the Emancipation Proclamation and for freeing the slaves, But he didn't go far enough. And Teddy Roosevelt the same sort of thing. So anyhow, Sean Ono Lennon responding to the destruction of the Lincoln and the Roosevelt statues he sends out a tweet says Can somebody explain why it appears a Lincoln statue was toppled in Portland asking for a friend. Then he says the pyramids of Giza were made under coercion from evil pharaohs who were not very woke. I think we can all agree that the pyramid should be turned for a thorn down immediately since the invasion of Britain by the Emperor Julius Caesar Caesar in 55. BC Italy has remained deafeningly silent. I think it's time Italy was held accountable. Um, yeah, You know, it's that's it. So if you want to see the full tweets, you can follow me on Twitter. Is that Jeff Wagner 6 20, But it is kind of interesting. What? What about those pyramids? I mean, how are we allowing those pyramids that were built by the evil pharaoh? How are we allowing them to stay? And shouldn't we be turning and tearing them down as well? If we're going after the Lincoln or the Roosevelts statues? Sean Ono, Lennon. Adding some interesting wisdom to the political correctness debate. All right, I have I am on record yesterday during our W T M J 2021 discussion. One of the people we talked to was the wallet. Tosa police chief Barry Weber. I am a huge fan off of Chief Webber. I am also a huge fan of Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth. And during the David Beth interview yesterday. One of the things that he said was that the riots in Kenosha that led to millions of dollars in damage and 30 30 buildings being burned and all that destruction, he said, You know the first couple nights. It was based on the simple fact that law enforcement was outmanned. They were In a defensive position. They did not have enough support from from other agencies. There weren't enough national guards people they were defensive situation. They could not control the streets. And as a result, you saw what happened happened. Law enforcement agencies throughout this area throughout the state, maybe throughout the country, I think have learned from that and in Wauwatosa what they had been doing for literally months in anticipation of civil unrest. As a result, once the district attorney issued the Joseph MENSA decision, they they were prepared. They were not going to allow what happened in Wauwatosa. What happened to Kenosha to happen in Wauwatosa? So you had A massive police presence. Look, it is, I said before there's no secret in wall with Kosa, the D. A. John Chisum was never going to issue criminal charges against Officer Joseph Mintz. Itjust wasn't and I think part of that was because nobody seriously looks at the facts of that case. And believes that this is in a situation where you know reasonable force, which was used its if this isn't a situation where you have somebody shooting somebody else that's unarmed. Unfortunately, the young man had a gun. He brandished the gun. No jury in the world would have ever convicted Officer Joseph MENSA of misconduct, and that was pretty apparent all along. In addition, the other thing in wall with Tosa That is different than some of these other areas is, you don't have the over racial issue off. This is not a situation where you have a white police officer shooting Ah, on unarmed black man. For example, Officer MENSA is black, the victim of the shooting 17 year old was black. So you take that racial component out of there as well. So it's a little bit of a different story. But nevertheless, there has been a small and it is comparatively small but vocal group of people who had been pro testing in Wauwatosa. It was very clear that authorities were not going to allow wall with Tosa protests to get out of hand. And so you had you had a large police presence. You had a curfew that was put into place and you had the curfew that was enforced. You know that. It was a seven o'clock curfew, and the rule was Hey. After seven o'clock. No, we're going to tell people To disperse and.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast
"Was a Japanese woman Yoko Ono. John Lennon's girlfriend John Lennon's wife. At this is a common thing in human nature you're gonNA look for a scapegoat and then you add on the layers of. She's a woman of color. She's Came on later in life of the band. She just a woman in general who often get blamed. For things going wrong. Go back to the animals vistory. There's a lot of quote unquote which is being burned. When things are going bad people oftentimes turn on women and then you had of course. Who is she a Yoko Ono exotic woman this temptress she went on she ruined the band she poisoned the well when in reality we can see the ban was already fracturing well before. Yoko entered the picture. And even Yoko her reaction to when the Beatles broke up was. One of. Nervousness she realized that now John was gonNA after rely on her totally and she was scared that she could not provide the same amount of support that he had gotten from his band all these years. And the Yoko myth blaming her a sort of out of vogue. Finally. Seems to be that most people are of the opinion that blaming this all on Yoga is either racist shortsighted or lazy. But. They're still a lot of people will blame yoga and I'm not saying she didn't play any role obviously her being there in the studio. Her encouraging John Take on more experimental forms of music that weren't always great music. You now maybe you can lay some blame on her for that, but she's certainly not responsible for a band that was already fracturing. Whether you look at George Harrison, you're looking at the dynamics of Paul and John you're gonNA just creative differences they're getting older. They're. These bands oftentimes, age liked dogs. You only have a certain amount of time together before it gets stale blaming on. Yoko. Isn't exactly fair. Also, in total Beatles fashion, they sort of invent. The break-up of band not to say that bans dinner break up before the Beatles of course they did. But in the public and Messi, in dramatic fashion that they did which we're all used to now bands break break-up. That wasn't really seen before. So the the Beatles, they didn't even. They all bay in innovative music, and of course, they innovated breaking up, they innovated divorcing creatively. So a great legacy there as well where you're getting these shots in the press, one person talking about the other you get people gathering outside the offices crying like someone died. You. Get the OP. EDS taking sides. You get fans, steak insides you get the questions a De after they break up twenty years after the break up thirty years after the garbage kind of becomes. Almost as big as the music is the story of the break-up, everyone loves a good break-up story and the Beatles have one of the best. And that's one of their biggest legacies as well. Now. The break-up of the Beatles in my view. It was time it was money it was business. It was mostly. Creative exhaustion in creative growth. That broke them up. And I know that's a very boring answer to say world's a combination of all these factors but when you look at. The summation of the Beatles career. It's GONNA be a ton of different variables that break of a band. Especially when you have four people, they're not all going to have the same reasons for breaking up. All four were distinct personalities and they all had their own reasons for breaking up but those are basically the main factors hovering over all of them. As. We've hinted at before George was really growing creatively he was a prolific songwriter..
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Yeah There's you know there's there's a lot of homes here. That are like that Kingston is like that. As. Odd. Things going on in my friend and her mother used to clean it. And they would tell me the story of what went on it and. Then there's another St Matthews I can't mention the name of it yet. Yet because we're working on that one. But. It goes way back. Pictures on the stairwell you go up the stairs you come back down and all the pictures are swung one way or another. Song certain, direction. Yup All all Gli. They have a poltergeist in that home their dishes. They no longer store up high because she got tired by dishes. The only thing those were pies plastic all of the glass goes under the cabinet. because. They woke up in the middle of the night by dishes crashing and coming out there and watch pleat. Fail out of the cabinet into the four. Well let me show. Of course we're. Talking about this has anyone ever done or are you are you all familiar with magnetron using this to? Check the measurement of the electromagnet or standard Earth magnetic forces in this location has it ever been tested? Yeah Okay, we did that actually and we look for stuff like laylines. Oh Man I mean we we threw everything we could have at it. Okay that's. Yeah and and there is you know It's strange because some places here. The reading is a constant. It'll spike and it stays there. For Hours. And you'll have. Bizarre. I don't WanNa say bizarre it's. If you're used to it being a sensitive or if you have any kind of clairvoyance their second sight. You feel. Something is there and you'll hear people talking. You'll get touched all kinds of things like that and I have found that. The higher the spike stays up. The longer. It stays the more severe. The hot or the activity will be. the night I was at home and witnessed. Flying out of the cabinet. one of the front drawers popped open. And Just this Boone's came out of the drawer. Right just a single spoon. Yeah just spoons forks knives everything else all stayed in the tray just two spoons came out of. The chairs, you leave the room, come back and all the chairs to step up on the table. They had a basis that. They had these little decorative collectors. Base things they got from Italy. roasters in cracked glass that they that all across their their fireplace Mantel. And those would move around. You'd have a certain order and you get up the next morning and the orders moved around. The back to bed again, couple of days later and the orders moved around again. Now. Let me ask you a question because this is coming up in chat is this the same location that John Ono purchased? The one with the photo at the team and the flippers. Yes. That Yoko Ono's John Lennon never came there. Since you were talking about it but I, just wanted to see this location you're for two. So okay ban that and I think. I've I've heard that Yoko Ono had had once owned poplar grove. But I'm not sure I haven't researched that yet. I heard him her in John Pablo after John Steps it to the boys and globe. Roads though. Huge death then the pay. Wow Now Right, Scott the original..
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Thank and the fact that they've been leaked by his own Butler Was it was a huge scandal So it it. It's interesting interesting but it wasn't worth taking a detour on rate their user in the Middle Gino by no means no but chiefly we took in. When when I pitched the Netflix? I took in two photographs. One eventing Hopkinson wanted Jonathan Pryce and and I told them the story these three young very young woman very talented Very bright listen to the story and and they said they said yes. We'll make the film and we'LL GIVE I. I said how much would you give me. And they said whatever it costs and And I remember thinking. Do Your parents know that you're doing this and and But then they said Oh these so you have Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce and visit Walnut. No not exactly. But I'm sure they're going to want to do it and financial had worked with Tony Hopkins on a movie before and Jonathan Looks Amazingly like Pope Francis. Jonathan hates anyone saying that that because he thinks he looks like Brad Pitt but But he he does and and he. He loved Fernando's work on city of gone One of Jonathan's favorite movies amazing. Yeah so they They were the first phone calls and both said yes. which rarely happens when you were at that net flicks flick's pitch that you're talking about? Were you showing them the stage play or the finished screenplay no I was just talking and talking them through the story okay. Yeah and so. Was it commissioned from that point so so when you went to script you had like go deal Yeah we don't live at that point. No they had the stage play and We we had financial and We had the two photographs to promising young actors and And I told them the story of this movie and they said we'll make that film. That's that's fantastic. We we have time for. I think one last question right there user. He was serious about two great images one of the graffiti in the beginning and then in the end of him in the fog dog when he's in exile. Where those on the page that way or was that something Fernando found the? That's what financial found we shot in in some of the barriers in Argentina. Agentina which are gang run and took a huge amount of negotiation to shoot in those locations. The people in the of the people who live in those various they they. I actually thought Jonathan Pryce was the real pope and Then they will bowing their heads to him when he will pass and stuff and those Graffiti is is stuff that they found in those locations as for On the high pompous when he's walking in the wilderness us. We had the idea of him walking in the wilderness because it sort of Biblical But it was a bright sunny day and just before they started shooting eh from nowhere can these heavy mists and really just divinely lucky and And they shoot shoot shoot. And they weren't last Austin than say they have this in his doctorate his soul moment he walks through these heavy myths and stuff. It's stunning it was. It was incredible footage. What are you what are you working on next? I know that there's a Yoko Ono John Lennon project and a BG's project possibly where are you on those two the titles yet You I know that they're both set up once with the Jesus with paramount Being produced at least by Steven Spielberg and The John Lennon Yoko sit up universal and John Mark Ballet Dude Dallas buyers club. Very much yes yes Yeah he's he's he's down to direct So hoping to shoot that next year and I'm doing a musical on Broadway of Neil Diamond Neil sweet caroline diamond. Wow so I go from here to get into workshop on that So we're hoping to bring that to Broadway is other non musical things kicking around that. You're working on. Yeah I'm doing the adaptation of three identical strangers which was Stunning documentary which My agent Coleman said would you be interested and I said look Chinese another job like a hole in the head And he's just check it out. What's the Steve? I was so blown away. By this documentary about three identical twins who reunited and and find triplets yet and they re triplets in and then they find that they're all pot of really nefarious study pretty and IT GETS Super Creepy I. It was a great movie. Yeah that's settled with With Sidney Kimmel entertainment and film four in the okay okay. Wow I can't wait for that. We'll look this is two. Popes was a fantastic movie and did a lot of heavy lifting with your research to make a movie we that has good arguments good views from both conservative and progressive viewpoints showing that we actually can work together when we want to so. Oh Kudos to you give it up again for Anthony on a job. Well done every bank. And that's how they went down special. Thanks again to screenwriter Anthony. McCartan for being being so generous with his time and chatting about his latest film. The two popes also don't forget to check out the massive nineteen seventeen issue of backstory magazine. That's right issue. Forty has not one but four stories about one thousand nine hundred seventeen which included interviews with the film's co-stars Dean. Charles Chapman and George Mackay also also editor Lee Smith and Co writer Christie Wilson Cairns. Plus you could even read the entire nine thousand nine hundred seventeen script and a bunch of other awards season scripts as well in in fact you could also read the to pope screenplay in issue forty along with an interview with Anthony. The gets into different topics than this podcast. There's a lot of.
Steven Spielberg takes on West Side Story
"Are you what are you working on next? I know that there's a Yoko Ono John Lennon project and a BG's project possibly where are you on those two the titles yet You I know that they're both set up once with the Jesus with paramount Being produced at least by Steven Spielberg and The John Lennon Yoko sit up universal and John Mark Ballet Dude Dallas buyers club. Very much yes yes Yeah he's he's he's down to direct So hoping to shoot that next year and I'm doing a musical on Broadway of Neil Diamond Neil sweet caroline diamond. Wow so I go from here to get into workshop on that So we're hoping to bring that to Broadway is other non musical things kicking around that. You're working on. Yeah I'm doing the adaptation of three identical strangers which was Stunning documentary which My agent Coleman said would you be interested and I said look Chinese another job like a hole in the head And he's just check it out. What's the Steve? I was so blown away. By this documentary about three identical twins who reunited and and find triplets yet and they re triplets in and then they find that they're all pot of really nefarious study pretty and IT GETS Super Creepy I. It was a great movie. Yeah that's settled with With Sidney Kimmel entertainment and film four in the
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Nicole Kidman <hes> Matthew mcconaughey name a few actors will come the T._v.. especially if it's a good script and it's a limited series that's not too surprising yeah. I think I'm excited for this. I don't care what he was doing after the vendors can be fun to watch. I'm not like once it drops. There's no guarantee that will actually watch the infinity stoned right. He's got the space stone so this is for Tumbler. They should just stream as on Tumbler. Looky looky is loved by Oh you lucky is beloved by the Tumbler confirmed that it's the alternate timeline. I think that's the rumor yeah that makes the most sense if they're going the T._v.. Show route otherwise like he's dead. He's dead. I think yeah you have to do that because then you have the freedom to do whatever you want. You don't have to worry about messing the continuity. If you're in an alternate timeline Loki can go back to Roman time and we should stab Caesar calls and Yoko Ono John Lennon family joke it just all kinds of Michigan. Let's Hitler Guy. He's really should really support him but it's Tyco T._D.'s in connection to Joe Joe Rabbit hole down connected. I was GONNA say that Guy Really Joe Rabbit Disney under Disney now. What was that a Fox movie? Yeah that's interesting the posters for that movie or just. They're making sure you know what this is. It's an anti heat satire please. We're not trying to use this thing. Hitler was good now does like I don. I Love Tyco at T._D.. Him a little bit later to <hes>. It's kind of like I guess it ties into our next next up on a time line is what if and this Loki series is kind of like a whiff yen. It's going to be animated. <hes> Jeffrey Wright is going to be the narrator. He's going to be the watcher. I thought we were going to see a Walter in and game just randomly pop up <hes> they're watching it. That's the Creamer K. in the check. The stanleys are watcher technically right yeah well. He reports to them. He works with him. He's an intern. I love that in the Infinity Gauntlet comic where the watcher randomly just appears behind Banos Dana's like who the fuck are you and he's like Oh. I'm just recording this. He's like really you know. The big heads yeah yeah. Just just go on with what you're doing. We don't interfere we. I just watched a documentary now. They get the thirty for thirty. It's like you know people always thinking about bad guy but I mean you got to tighten. It was pretty bad so help. It is an absolute mess like look. I'm sure he's a good good guy. I can't just let them run on the univer now and it is called what if so which has its own like comic series. I'm not sure if it's going right now but it has been around for since like the seventies it's like else world's well the one that I always say it's like would've Peggy Carter like I fight. He said like Oh. We'll do stories like what if Peggy Carter got the super soldier serum size definitely one that we're gonNA see and which I'm interested it's animated Captain America though shouldn't she from actually is dual citizenship central okay captain Britain thirty s a Captain Brent. I don't know there's too much Steve. Just stays that skinny kid yeah. He gets polio. That's what if that's what you get real dark but I bet he didn't have autism though you know what a Captain America was hint I've cavs. Parents are definitely what if Disney owned D._C.. Now that's something that's a Tomlin. I'd like to live in the all the actors back so there's an Ironman centric what if Robert Downey junior will return his ironman. ooh That'd be great man that that's I love that they're doing this because it's not part of the continuity but if you get those voice actors you can make great animated adaptation of some of the comics that we would never see play out and there are a lot of really weird ones especially for Ironman. There's other the comic <hes> what is it cold where it's about his alcoholism then play into that much in the M._c...
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Keith. It is now. Call him. Know, they have different meanings. They do I root Ma. What's what's boy? Although I gotta tell you Christian would be oblivious to that by Cicek the difference between a route Mon, you're blue cloud. Yeah. Young kid boy, and in rude, boy, according to okay. Right. This show if she is all that cognizant of the differences, but hopefully, hopefully Christian will be able to surface the differential in that these are differences in what in in her a rude mon- versus a rude boy, and we're gonna leave it up to the book Dianchi man, Christine to figure that out. But as well high atop Madison Square Garden in the great facilities provided to us in order to do the broadcast. So all of you again diets the hawk he's not talking boy, he's loving the weather out there. And remember spring is less than a week away. And we have a guarantee from our own Juliet Huddy that she will be dancing in branching in strawberry fields. Not naked. No. I'd never promise that with all the hippie the burned-out hippies from Haight Ashbury, and obviously Woodstock from the shake sees as they celebrate Yoko Ono, John Lennon, the Beatles, wonderful things. It's fifty two degrees right now. It's great. It's lovely. It's great. Yeah. But now, I know you have some beef, and you may wanna break teeth like we honest, sometimes chooses when talking to men especially to her songs because you feel there was a major differential between the way products are made for war men. And then how they utilized by women. Basically, the the fact that women have come so far. It's still we still need to work on it. It's still a man's world. And a lot of ways. And it's not to say that men are just preferred it's just through the time and through the ages. When used when when when companies need examples, they usually go for the mail, and it's sort of like by default. And it was interesting because I was I it really is a man's world. The guy that called during our last segment when we were talking about beta aerobic, he immediately when I said something positive about immediately went to oh, you think he's cute data me sexism is alive. And well here I said nothing about how he looks. I talked about his policy, but immediately the man goes for. I'm thinking, he's cute. I mean, that's a very sexist sorta. No. I don't think he's cute. I not into those chompers groupies though. No. But I don't understand why you would immediately think physical. That's that's that's why I'm supporting this guy. I'm not supporting him. But that's why I said supportive things. But then you come to find out that you really if you're if it's pointed out, there are a lot of things that are sort of unbalanced still that things that are very obvious things that are not very obvious. And we're woman actually wrote a book about this and one of the things she brought up was it's very obvious to many people. Many of us women are hands are smaller than men's and smartphones are designed for men. That's why a lot of women have a problem with the you know, the the typing and swiping and things like that. Because they are ergonomic all for men. Because of the acrylic nails that could pose a problem. Definitely maybe. Since my iphone here, you say, this is really device for a man, it's a little more difficult for a woman operate, well, especially when you have the case on it, then that adds even more like probably a centimeter or maybe even maybe even more of of just spe. If you had your druthers, would it be like if you walked into an apple store, you would have liked the male version, the female, male female, the larger and the smaller version that would be very nice of apple do chef to have the smaller versions. I didn't say women. I said you can have the larger and smaller. There are probably some men out there that have dainty hands. I mean, you know, another thing pianos they were made based on the mail arm span. This is this is actually true. So Stein way piano, which has been made in Astoria for years. In a factory and warehouse. Yes. Yes. Was designed specifically with the wingspan of an average, man. I am not going to say Stein way did that. But yes, overall, this is this is what's going on. It's a one-size-fits-all a few of the size of a man. I mean, they do make smaller pianos, I think but overall the music industry hasn't really adapted to that. That's true. If you see a Steinway on the state, they're there. It's basically the same size. No matter who you are. And by the way, female pianists have a fifty percent higher risk of pain and injury compared to mail. So that would be like the same problems that you have sometimes using a computer you end up with all kinds of shoulder pains or kinds of elbow pain, Trish pains because you're having a stretch out further the note. Yeah, exactly, exactly. Now, I have a friend, my friend, Julie she has tiny little funds, and then she's a grown woman. Just we thought things I can't imagine how difficult it is for her. I mean, it's it's like they need to make regular medium earler tall, medium little or they really we need to compensate. Well, the script she is obvious every time I'm down in Penn station, or if I'm at Yankee Stadium or wherever I might be you look at to males bathroom guys, you're going in and out. And there's a line wrapped around the car it. Yes. I mean, it's a lot easier for men to blow and blow out women. We've got the sometimes we were the. Not being in a woman's bathroom. Is it because there's not enough space for oftentimes they just don't have enough stalls. They just don't make enough stalls. And I've also noticed they tend to put women's rooms further. And I don't know if it's I don't know if it's just because they feel like it's it's more private, but women women's rooms always seem to be further away than the men's rooms notice. That's true. Yeah. We have to walk further. I have no problem with that. But it. Bringing up waiting online if you will waiting for concert tickets, simply take a dump. What you do? Girl. We usually go to you know, to tinkle and. It has nothing to do with that. Sometimes you got to watch you. Yes. Okay. Well, you know, what I'm saying they need to add more. They've never address that even when they build new stadiums new arenas Maya. No. But I'm telling you, I can I can guarantee you that every time there's a concert or there's an event at some of these places the women stand there in the line. We watched the guys go in and out they laugh, and we sit. There we go. When when when is this going? A lot of folks out there. Thank you, should pose to your guy. I forget which crime family involved in who does reconstruction. Oh, you you mean? Mike contractor. Yeah. You contract. Contract who do industrial base contracting where they have to provide for public access. He does do apartments and things like that. So why is it that it's never written up in the blueprint or this command IX to build extra stalls in the female bathroom show that they don't have to stand online like the cattle in a waiting in order to be brought into the pinch. Yeah. I mean fewer stalls or fewer space in the fierce square feet in the men's rooms and add to the female, by the way, female bodies often excluded from clinical medical trials. They usually go for the male body. Just FYI. Well, let's go to the phones right now. It's lose calling from floral park. Welcome. Juliet Huddy and yours. Truly courteously will do good afternoon. Both of you to truly at I have to call you out on this phone idea of yours at their designed for men. They are large because people demand larger screens if you want a smaller phone to city smaller hand you by phone with a smaller screen. Well. Sexism male domination pipe idea. I am merely reporting. What was written in a book, and I do have to say that generally the screens? Yes, the screens are bigger. We can have that. But the problem is that the keypads that's the problem. The keypads are difficult, and you can't our little our little thumbs up his hot. What about guys you have sausage fingers for them to maybe the? Yes, I mean, that's not fair female park sausages. Mom ten percent. Over over ten percent about ten point eight percent of political science textbooks here in the United States. Focus on women only ten percent. Let's go to Danny in Long Island. Welcome the WABC, Danny. Well, Susan B. Anthony, it'd be very proud. And my mother will work their way up from the office. Pam to the general manager of a very large business back in the sixties and probably saved all kinds of discrimination comment that Julia. Most of my Julia, but most women so they could only dream of it's now come down to size of cell phones and number of bathroom stall. There's plenty because I work. So that worked the overnight at the base and the women's bathroom is physically the same size as the men, but because you're dealing with your nose Turley bowls. You can get more in a sporting event when you move because the men are animals that you were sick. That's true. Use the sink like a bad day. And I do have to say the women, you know, that we sit down. That's how we go to the bathroom. That's that's option. I take take Brian mongoloid. She goes any ventures, elbow drinking beer, he loves be right. Yeah. Because he's a tall guy. He doesn't go to the urinal it whips it out outright into the sink. I don't I don't see. Yeah. They say size. Doesn't matter. I think that women do create a problem for other women because we sit down there to tinkle. And we start getting on our phone you. What are you know, you wasted little time you start checking? And then we sit there, and I'm not saying that it's it's all men's fall. I am not saying that. I'm just saying I wonder who talks more in the bathroom women or men what? Eight hundred eight four Ray WABC coming.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Turtle me, and I. All right. Well, going to clips block brother, I kind of put some stuff together. Nice. So so yeah. So let me open if you don't mind. You have a clip for goodness. Why don't you tell them a little bit more? Well, that was one of John Lennon's famous songs the name of the song imagine. And it wasn't spiraled some say by now, Britta Krieg grandmother. Subtitle, the nineteen sixty-nine phone conversation between the legendary songwriter and a local indigenous activists point to a songs possible origin. The author of this article Lank is Jeff McMaster. What's the main two million, Jeff McMaster? I thought that too. I didn't I didn't think further. That up. Yeah. That that name is way too familiar and the sources from folio dot CA was John Lennon's. Imagine the spied by Alberta cre- Graham, it was surely after Lillian piecing shirt. Hope announced that pitched her TB Edmonton's Winston Churchill square to protest insufficient digits housing in nineteen sixty nine that a man approached to say, there was an urgent phone. Call waiting for her at a local radio station. When she arrived at CJ. See she was told John Lennon was on the on the line. He had seen newspaper coverage over protests during its famous. Montreal bid in peace demonstration with Yoko Ono in wanted to learn more. Yoko Ono John Lennon's wife, correct? The twenty six year old Crete woman from satellite. I don't know what that abbreviated. It's four. I would imagine somewhere Canada, you know. I think I think is in chat is Alta is if you're listening satellite alter sure, but anyway, didn't recognize the name. And I quote, if you had said that some sweet guy second secretary general the United Nations, I would've understood or Martin Luther King, but John Lennon this didn't ring a bell with me unquote, recalled shirt as shirt remembers it Lennon told her he wanted to support her 'cause asking if there was a message. She had liked him to convey to the world. She thought of the Cree words grandmother often recited to her in not going to pronounce that try to ause. I don't speak the Cree language. The phrase translates, though as imagine that if there was no hate if we loved each other we loved one another. There would be a war between us. In quote, Linda was moved asked. If you can use it. Call shirt. I quote, again, sure go ahead in quote, she replied at one point in the discussion. She remembers Yoko Ono chiming end saying to say you look like me that was a quote Ono perhaps referring to newspaper photo. She had seen shirt. Also recalls men in mentioning he wrote down that creed. Vision of peace on the closest thing to hand a pillow case. Two years later Lennon famously composed imagine on his white Stein way, piano at his kitten Hurst, park state Ascott. Berkshire England before his death in eighteen eighty. However, he ninety I'm sorry. Nineteen eighty thank he never did credit shirt with inspiration for the song would call it. After. Away. Sorry. Good. That's okay. So that. A little background as to how the song. Imagine got the lyrics. Nice think they've who's in Tokyo chattering, actually to who sent us at article. So predate type. Absolutely. Thank you. Yeah. So definitely it's it's an interesting reader. They're like we said the rest will be in the show notes for you guys through our website. Click on the show notes link. Look for episode one six two hundred sixty two episodes, brother. Thanks is. Yes. Yes. Once Toshi said, it's the variation for Albert it, you appreciate that. Thank you every much. All right. Let's hear about. About the North Carolina election do over and other news, North Carolina. Election officials ordered a do over in the country's latte last undecided. Congressional race after a dramatic change of heart by the leading candidate Republican Mark Harris conceded yesterday, his nine hundred five vote lead was tainted by possible election fraud, his reversal follow days of sometimes emotional testimony about alleged MRIs by political operative working for his campaign David Begg. No is at the state capital in Raleigh. David good morning. Beyond good morning. Let me set the scene for you. The congressional candidates son gets on the stand and says, I told my mom and my dad Email and on the phone that something seems to me about this one man, and I was suspicious about what was going on. Apparently, the candidate Mark Harris didn't know the sun was going to say that on the stand and didn't know that the emails would be entered into evidence. When the candidate got on the stand this. He was about to close examined with that evidence. He asked for a break. And when they came back from break, the candidates said I had to recent strokes. I made some misstatements and I'm having trouble. Remembering that? Becomes clear to me that the public's confidence in the ninth street. See general election has been undermined to extent that in you election wanted. It was a stunning reversal by Republican Mark Harris following four days of witness testimony about claims of ballot fraud allegedly involving this man, but Craig Dallas who Harris higher to get out the vote Dallas was accused of hiring workers to illegally collect absentee ballots. Forge voter and witness signatures, and in some cases, fill out ballots for Republican candidates. Yesterday, Harris testified in front of the board of elections that he was unaware of any concerns regarding Dallas. But the tipping point was his son who testified earlier in the week. I'll. Mark Harris looked on tears as his son John who is an attorney himself said he repeatedly warned his dead. They were legally collecting the younger Harris had said that on the phone and in emails, his father, realizing he was going to be questioned about it admitted misstatements and said health issues had affected his memory, the board for a new election. The head of North Carolina's GOP, Dallas Woodhouse said the outcome is devastating. Do you think that a new election is the right decision?
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Alex caro- gronk get Nolde amendola taken shots at him. The Beatles came out with their greatest album ever at the very end Abbey Road. And it was it's their icon IQ album cover, and we're just about to bury the New England Patriots craft and ballot. Check and gronk. And Brady don't forget. We thought the Rams were going to be a dynasty. They ended that we thought Peyton was going to be a dynasty. He won one Super Bowl in Indy. We thought Super Bowl it's gonna be a dynasty. New England into that. We thought Pittsburgh Big Ben guide to a couple that was going to be a dynasty. Why not they can't get past New England. So just about the time you're going to bury you always want to bury all these musical dynasties, and they release one more great album, and it goes back to, you know, Yoko Ono John Lennon got in between, you know, McCartney and Lennon and it was created friction, but they were still able to endure and Alex Guerrero got close with Brady and Belle. Check didn't like him and kicked off a plane. It wasn't perfect. But it looks like it looks like they're favored, and I don't know what I'm getting from Todd Gurley. And it makes me think New England in their nine Super Bowl is going to end up six wins. Three losses and all three losses. Really, really close. Here's joy Taylor. The news. This is the headline news. So.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Ready to get the hell out of there. Black women don't get the same recognition as our white counterparts. And I wish that would change. Fix on his own. That's not acceptable. No way. No way. Intense. Right. That'll be very intense. It's just mind blowing that he still you know, is still out there doing his thing recently was making some using making music. I mean, it's really if you if you dig into the story about our Kellyanne these allegations. It's not much different than like the Cosby women who came forward. Right. But these women were all under age. He's been flow. These allegations have been floating around for so long. The fact that nothing has happened. Yeah. I think one of his case is if I'm not mistaken was. He was either found not guilty or there was something. As far as the the process that went wrong that was inadmissible because. Something a little loophole. Right. But I mean, this show surviving are Kelly is going to feature more than fifty interviews with accusers in high-profile insiders, including John legend, Wendy Williams. His ex wife. Andrea Kelly sparkle you may have heard that name who was his personal assistant. So I'm totally going to be watching this. This is coming out in January. So we have to wait just a little while for that. Moving onto something a little more upbeat much more upbeat. Actually, I was all excited about bohemian rhapsody coming out with Romney Molek and Malik fine. Oh, no. I was. There you go. You pulled yourself over on that one. Say not great newer posted. The headline reads bohemian rhapsody is not the, Freddie. Mercury bio-pic. We deserve. I know. And I'm seeing Romney Malik shines in a disappointing bio pic, the production was troubled the film doesn't prove when it solely focuses on mercury. Instead of the other members of Queen. Varieties calling it middle of the road. Cut and dry play. It safe fuddy-duddy. The movie is fine. But it could have been so much more. I couldn't help but feel disappointed. Another reviewer says, the movie is just a conventional rock flick one all to ordinary for a man and a band that exemplified the extraordinary. Darn darn darn dark because there's a lot of these. Artists based of 'bio-pics coming out rotten tomatoes is sort of breaking up the reviews that they got under different questions. And then they have excerpts of answers from different reviewers. The question does the movie bohemian rhapsody, go deep enough more often than not says David L rich of indie wire the film makes you feel like you're watching a group of talented actors cost play queens Wikipedia page. I love how crafty some of these writers like they think they have to like really really flower up there. Yeah. Exactly. Like, you know, they've got like the the the Sorus nearby. Is there another word for a source? Wow. Warta? Me stream of consciousness, let's very philosophical, Donna. Thank you. Is there? Another word for. Synonym or us. Us. What's another word for looking efforting standby? Stephen Wright, Meam came up comedian, Stephen right now, he probably that's something. He would ask. They called buildings when they're already build. I don't think there is. Okay. That's fun. I don't even know synonym has a synonym. Good good sees real good. There is going to be a Yoko Ono John Lennon fills works that is just another excuse to play warzone if possible. From her upcoming album wars hours. But it looks like Universal Pictures is in talks to option the rights to the Michael DeLuca productions. Untitled film could be interesting. I mean, I hope they do a good job. But but Yoko Ono is behind it. Oh..
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Aware mapping out the day stories guarding border with the military disclosed their citizenships information tree, stocks tumbling Syria, navigates your world, this is the world successfully navigate NewsRadio eight thirty cage VH, and we're delighted that we are reconnecting with radio BFF, ladies and gentlemen. Finally, a reason for me to wake up in the morning. It's Michelle Pollino allow. Aloha. Oh, it's been so long again. Goodness. I know where are you been? Well, you know, fortunately, my attorney was able to get bail. So at least I was. Only for a short amount of time. But. Yeah. Well, we have MS. Yeah. I missed you too. And you know, I want to introduce a gentle he's part of the morning show. He is a good good friend. We've known each other for years. Scotty, b is online. He's the first voice that you hear now. And I'm sure wishing you learn how to write. Hey, I'm excited to get to get to know Michelle little bit and and excited to get the insight on things that we hear about. And and I get our learn on as the kids say get on. Now where did that is that a Philadelphia accent? I don't know what that is. South philly. I love it. I have no idea. What that is. Well, listen, we Scott, and we're just having a very brief tete-a-tete about films, etc. And it seems like this is going to be a pretty big weekend. Yes, it is. Because we got obviously venom which is already out of the gate. Grabbing millions of dollars already kind of like at eleven or something like that. I got to look at the numbers like ten or eleven million. But it's interesting because lady Gaga is fans attacked they all these scores on the online scores and attacked venomously. So God guys. A star is born could prevail in the numbers bringing more people to the theaters, but it didn't matter anyway because when you have a built in audience like forget about it. There's no way. So venom is probably gonna do box office bonanza this weekend while stars born is going to do very very well. And we'll be the longer-lasting of the two because I do believe that this is going to be a masterpiece from Bradley Cooper. Wow. That's that's profound. And this is the third iteration of this film. Yeah. In the thirties. It was Judy Garland and the seventies. It was Barbara Streisand. And now we have Gaga those are big big shoes to fill. But I guarantee you can do it. She's amazing. And but I'm also amazed to hear about Bradley Cooper's actual singing in the movie. They're not. They're not faking this. They're not faking this. They wrote the songs together. Of course, got brought in Mark Ronson. And and a few other key players, but those two are pretty dedicated professionals to their craft and they he not only trained. Shadowed Eddie Vedder from Pearl Jam and he sat down with Gagani wrote with her and he directed the film. Right. I mean, come on Andrew dice clay who's also in the film high praise for his co stars. He's like, I think I want to go out on this film. It's been like an Andrew dice clay renaissance. You know, what got his his cable series and he did blue jasmine with Woody Allen. He did Scorsese's vinyl now. He's doing. Stars born. But he said with Coopers, directing he's like he had to be this character. Right. And every time he would direct me. It would be like he was directing in character. He sounded like the character of Jackson main. If you've heard any of the soundtrack, I I don't know how you guys feel, but I get goosebumps. When he thinks I love it. I love this. I'm really looking forward to that film because I am a Kris Kristofferson fan and him in Streisand and all of that. I mean, I can't wait to see this this latest, and I hear nothing, but great things Michelle it really is really being received. So well. It is. I I again, I said it's going to be. It's going to last through the holidays, and I think it's gonna get award nominations. Love it love all of that. Just. Here's here's here's why on top of that also in Clint Eastwood's the mule which comes out in December. So it'll keep him top of mind with Tatham voters and Gaga always top of mind. So that that also plays into what I'm talking about. Well, put understand and for people who aren't familiar with her? I mean, you may know her from her hits on the radio. She's very versatile. Dream mean was in American horror story, and she got a a nominated out. She'll she's she'll get need dot ME granny Oscar, Tony he's one of those performers. Our time is always so short. I really want to get this in because even Fox News to report the departure is Steve Perry. He's coming out and really revealing why he left the band at that time. I thought that was I thought that was really really a very very interesting. Interview. He literally was the voice of the band back in the day in the eighties. But he was nursing a bad, hip and. He realized that it wasn't his hip because the band wanted him to to kind of fix it. So they can continue rocking. He's he said in the interview it wasn't. It wasn't your heart. It was it wasn't his hip. It was his heart wasn't in it. And he started a new life not centered around music. He just stopped singing. Isn't that weird? That wild any any found? They fell in love with it psychologist, isn't that wild. It is never expected. Yeah. Because I think that the traditional I mean, the maybe urban myth is because of his voice vocal cord Najah. And by the way, favorite band, my favorite journey. Gosh. Oh, really? Number. What's wild is? It's it's like everything, you know. It's I I kinda I kind of liken did to foods like we go through periods where we love certain types of foods. Then you're just like I can't even look at those foods. And then you there's this like there's just like all of a sudden brussel sprouts have a new thing. I hated brussel sprouts when I was kid. So it might be kind of like that. It was just like, wow. You know, he was so sick of of of doing what he was doing with journey and touring. An added hip is heart wasn't it anymore, and then he stops and he falls in love and that kind of rekindles his love of music. And so now, he's got a new album out, right? That's how I that's kind of how this story read to me. Amazing. I'm so glad that they because it's always been in the back of my mind, they were just appearing here at home. And I don't the kids in my teens. They knew every song that was coming out. They love the band. That's how pervasive journey music is. It's fantastic. Right. Right. Right. And did you ever messy did took seasons her? And then I just I feel like the the left is now eating themselves. That's exactly what of all people. Susan serandon. Come on. I I know. I mean, come on like there's there's something there. They're like eating themselves like bed Miller getting like crucified on social media because she she stated an actual lyric from Yoko Ono John Lennon song. And of course, you shouldn't. You know, it was what is it? Women are the N word of the world. Yeah. Yeah. Come on in this day and age. Hello. Don't go back to the seventies for lyric. Eighteen seventies. It's the eighteen seventies. Welcome back that. Oh, man. But what Michelle by Debra messing? Of course, TV started cetera. Susan Sarandon who has been an I kind of left for so long. Messing from will. And grace she told a serandon to shut the blank up. And then she's here. This is a she'd rather be stuck in an elevator with President Trump serandon. Yeah. This was on Bravo's watch. What happens live with with Andy Cohen, and she was really caught off guard when they asked her the question who would you rather be talking with and college like, I know you're going to go the other way, but you know, what maybe you know, maybe you can make some policy. I don't think she could make policy changes. But nice try gave Andy nice way to go. Nice way to roll. Hey, just before we go house been Aflac doing. I know that he for thirty goods you doing. Okay. He just completely. Yeah. I just completed forty days rehab. Yeah. Good for forty days. The hardest for him. I mean, it's he's alcohols in the center his life for so long. So. You know, we wish them luck. Yeah. Now, they just finalized the divorce though. Right. Yes. They did. Turn back for her. She's done within. That's just that's just that's just it just out and Zac Brown. I heard that Brown. Yeah. Amicable though. It's amicable there his wife Shelly or divorcing after twelve years of being together. Wow. You know, they they put out a statement a joint statement to people magazine, which tells you a lot and they say, we've just let a whirlwind live together growing a beautiful family. I can't remember how many kids they have like four or five. Wow. Maybe six. Onto three four five six. Yeah. Six. Hey, they were really young. And I, you know, sometimes couples do girl part that part is true. But if they can very respect one another in the process. That's what really matters right because that's their their their the role models for five human beings. So many friends are Zac Brown fans whenever I see Zach. I just like to go up with a razor just kinda shaded the thing trim that up a little bit. Like all the way up. Yeah. He was great. I saw him at the Hollywood bowl recently. It was such a fun concert. Gosh, I wish he'd come here to town here to Hawaii would be awesome. If it could be. I know that we're running out of time. But whose captain America the actor again Evans, Chris Chris Evans. Yep. Put the shield away. Hey, he literally is leaving that suit in the in the studio lots. It's gonna be wheeled around the golf carts until finds another body. B? He put out the tweet yesterday. I was really really I wasn't surprised because he said I think back in March to the New York Times about playing captain America. You wanna get off the train before they push you off. So he put out a tweet said this week officially wrapped on vendors for that'll be his last one. It was an emotional day to say the least playing this role over the last eight years he's been doing it since twenty eleven. Wow. So he actually started filming twenty twenty ten. So the film came out in twenty eleven he said it's been an honor and to everyone in front of the camera bionic ever. And in the audience. Thank you for the memories. Eternally grateful. Well, you know, the character itself is he's not supposed to age. Right. Right. So maybe he has to not show signs of age. So he probably need you gotta get out. Gotta gotta gotta get out before the ten year, Mark. Yes. Ain't gonna go. Get my shield who are there for just a moment. Wait. I gotta get my Dave. I excuse me. Could you help me with my canes and spider, man? You are the best..
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WCBS eighty emails AM six eighty wcbm.com text into the show her Glen Bernie. Has just done to we talk about liberal heads exploding as. Trump is right again and the agrees to work towards. Zero tariffs yeah that's coming up at the top of the. Hour that of course big. News big developments yesterday, as was secretary of state Mike palm pale on Capitol Hill I love, the way Pompeo conducts himself. In these hearings. Because he's you know he's very certain of what he's going to say what he's not going to say he of course being a member of congress knows the game. He knows how it's played and yesterday Everybody both a lot of Democrats, some Republicans out there you know. Questioning the Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin Putin but Pompeo said that, the president, and Pompeo have warned the Russians about meddling in. Helsinki we sought to explore whether. Russia was interesting, and we're proving our relationship but made clear. That the ball is in Russia's court We defended America's fundamental strategic interest in Syria and Ukraine. And I personally made clear, to the Russia's that, will be severe consequences for interference in, our democratic processes and of course Democrats were still after they just waste time. Asking, President, Trump to release his tax, records you got Ed, Markey of, Massachusetts waste of time and space and of. Course you got the never Trumper from Tennessee Bob corker who said crow from where we. Sit it appears that ready fire aim fashioned the White House's waking up every morning and making it up as they go well Corker is I think retiring if I'm not mistaken he needs to get the heck out of. Out of town because a lot more has happened under this president then just about. Any other previous president a Republican president in. History but the biggest antagonist yesterday was New York I'm sorry New Jersey Democrat, Bob Menendez the Senator from New Jersey who, just. Dodged a bullet himself in in a trial last year. A here is one of those exchanges you've got a political soliloquy now I've listened to your political soliloquy. As a secretary, of state sitting at that table demeaning some, members here because you've said that Senator Shaheen. Believes more the Russian defense ministry she was quoting them only. Because we don't know what our own government is saying. So please don't talk to, me about politics I'll, talk about politics if President Obama did, what President Trump did in Helsinki I'd be peeling you off the capital ceiling. Please He did. Worse remember he said he would have more flexibility after the two thousand twelve election tells line I'll have more flexibility after the after this election what Menendez was trying to do. He was trying to find out what the president and Putin said to each other. During those two hours and of course you. Know the a lot of these things have to be held in confidence and, basically Menendez which was quite a challenging or, questioning Whether the president should be able. To have these confidential conversations with world leaders without exposing exactly what was said to members of congress of. Course the Democrats, would love, to get their hands on what was said that's why the Menendez even question about, the interpreter you know whether the interpreter Could be questioned. By by the congress and I thought. Palm peyot magnificent job myself I mean but. Menendez was just you know the typical. Democrat trying to find some faults with the President Trump Menendez, versus Pompeo round to Senator I understand the game that you're playing now Mr. secretary with. All due respect I don't appreciate you characterizing my questions my questions is to get to, the truth we don't. Know what, the truth is the only way that we will know what the truth is what transpired in those two hours? In, highly amazing a period of time to spend alone one on one is by understanding at least that if you were briefed by the president what he told you so again that's what they want. And look, sometimes does the congress have a right to know or should they. Be briefed yeah I think that congress should be. Briefed on any kind of Agreement that the president made with with Putin whether it's a handshake. Agreement or whatever the the problem is if you can do it behind closed doors. In a classified setting and even with the, Democrats and there in some Republicans there's no. Guarantee that, that stuff wouldn't leak, out if, you've got Putin working with us to isolate Iran which I suspect is happening you don't want to. Let the cat out of the bag or. The genie out of the bottle. You want to keep things you know. This allows Putin you know work and the. President underneath the radar scuttle the whole. Thing if the Democrats got a hold of something that was, said during those two hours they'll they'll eventually find out what it is as we get. Closer to perhaps the second round table discussion that Putin and and Trump will have which, by the way has. Been delayed, now until two thousand nineteen as opposed to this year maybe or could be twenty twenty it all depends on? When, mower wraps things up according to a national security advisor John Bolton so there will, be no Putin White House visit until the investigation is over, and at this rate with the sessions recused and Rosenstein still running, the show more could take it in right into the, election year we thought it would be just after. The midterms and all the way he's gone who knows, a here he's Menendez versus. Ponte around three I hope the president laid out the consequences of interference in the twentieth eighteen electric. I know you can't tell. Me that, so you're actually, I can't, even wanna share that one with I can't tell you wanna. Share though Senator I can tell you that because the president has disclosed that okay, the president disclosed what what he said to Vladimir Putin about Russian interference in our elections and he said that he is confident that as a, result of that conversation Vladimir understands that it won't be tolerated I wish he had said that in public in Helsinki now while. He wasn't gonna embarrass the guy on international stage this is part of diplomacy it's, amazing Five forty four time for WCBS traffic first with the update we've, got the. King lug nuts Johnson thank Sean beltway looks good we're enjoying the dry roadways for change and the west side very slight build up just after liberty road to Frederick road Parkfield site in the inner loop Pike's. Feller doing okay Jay affects looks good after northern Parkway through the ramps downtown we're. Looking at the live? Shot at eight ninety five at. The old Harbour Tunnel right at the toll plaza traffic is okay there ninety five. Of course as you come south towards. The fort McHenry, tunnel you have the construction area between Donald. Street and the toll plaza southbound ninety five still running okay we're still getting a good trip early through, Annapolis. On fifty westbound towards the Severn river bridge I'm Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather first. We'll talk radio six eighty deviled you see your Weather Channel forecast for the, first time in several days no hint. Of rain today it'll be partly cloudy high of eighty eight and then these scattered showers thunderstorms could return tomorrow with. A high of ninety current. Temperatures doc Right now in downtown Baltimore. We have seventy one degrees and in stevensville seventy two degrees coming up on the, news at six this morning most GOP governors. Back Trump supreme court pick, HOGAN not one of them so Yoko Ono John, Lennon's widow yesterday announced she is releasing a new album at the age of eighty five saying. Her. Lifelong message of peace was sorely needed this year the album entitled warzone it's gonna come out. In October of next year we'll revisit. Songs, pen by Ono, since nineteen seventy concluding with imagine her seminal pacifist anthem with her late husband John Lennon. She said quote the world. Is so messed up things are very difficult for everybody it's not too late to change the world we need Yoko now more than. Ever And I thought, we would. Play a, little, bit of one of Yoko contributions. In the past I don't know. Whether it was to piece some believe it. May have actually launched wars.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"So who who's your of all times if you only look at one photographers' work for the rest of your life who would it be the vets say that again vets got me more she just did a course online it was like the first course she was teaching and i mean you can't really learn from her unless you're an apprentice for her she said all those nothing glamorous she's done amazing work i mean she's a fashion photographer portrait photographer real deal in her lifespan full heartbreak in in her vision on how photography rolls through is just grounded in amazing so you may not know her name but if you've seen the image of yoko ono john lennon the day he died she shot that okay so so she's been known to do some stuff he started out with rolling stone rowing mic jagger or like in an elevator with like turbans who like towel on his head with a cigarette and she just gets under people's skin there's intimacy in that there's technical mastery other she will tell you she's not a technical shooter she can be up close and personal with somebody in a room of their house into a big asset in verse i with celebrities and a crew fifty and create magic and she feels what she shooting and she sees things and now she's teaching it and she's a phenomenal have you met her no do a masterclass she did oh okay.
"yoko ono john lennon" Discussed on KOIL
"The guy who killed at now jose perdomo had a secret and uh it's a secret that many people know pera though model used to punch cia meal ticket used to work for the cia which full name was jose joaquim janice but a dome level was also known as walking son jennings and sam jennings he was an anticastro cuban exile who is a member of brigade 25 six combat brigade eventually droid alpha 66 during the bay of pigs invasion of nineteen sixty one not chapman said that he heard someone whisper to him to it to it to it now was a pillar doha who did that to the doorman at the dakota once worked with jim sturgis the watergate burglar at another member of the death squad called operation forty it was there was a frank frank sturgis rather i'm sorry about jim frank i'm sorry frank sturgis he were to frank sturgis uh who was that watergate burglar who is part of the death squad operation forty was involved with the bay of pigs and may have been responsible for the death of john f kennedy in fact perdomo in chapman actually discuss the bay of pigs invasion jfk's assassination a few hours before lenin was killed the doorman for the longest time had big myths identified as j hastings no one knew about perdomo until 1987 there's also a little known fact that john hinckley jr attended a prayer vigil that was held for let an indecember of 1980 in central park so we have mark david chapman we have the guy who was involved with the the mob group pit group for the jfk assassination of all the bay of pigs he was a cuban national worked for the cia the guard of the dakota and then of course john hinckley jr another assassin who tried to assassinate ronald reagan he went to a prayer vigil that was held for lenin in december of 1980 in central park summer 14th to be exact solely a few years after his death yoko ono john lennon's widow wanted to produce a tv movie called john and yoko a love story it also going well until it was discovered that mark lindsay lookalike bake cast to play john lennon was actually really named.