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  1. 8-22 David Bellavia Hour 4

    Fri, 22 Aug 2014

    News radio 930 WBA. And And and and he system. That speech. Worthy of Abraham Lincoln. We're here the most annoying sound of the world. Tom hourly just when I think you could possibly be anything You can go and do something like they have told. Yourself it's live it's local happening there you know it's Tom hourly. Arthur news radio 930 AW. Welcome back to the final hour of the Tom show when it was David Sylvia filled in for mr. Tom Bauerle who many people on Twitter FaceBook asked me what is. The deal with you would hourly. The it's so close to get a little uncomfortable. Just tell you the Tom buy hourly is that tempered guy you have a beer. He's the kind of guy that had your back. To kind of guy that stays loyalty. And that is why I admire and respect mr. Tom. I'm not gonna get into the dirty little secrets. I won't talk about the trips to Syria that we have taken to take out prices forces. That is for another show. Oh give Colorado 30930 start on 310616. The BB yen this Westfield murders that top your top pocket talking about this. Two men in now. In custody in connection with the murder of Westfield moment. The public that federal charges because of crossing state lines I'm hopeful the US attorney. And and husband. The lieutenant governor candidate former congresswoman from the local said that they could face. Possibly face capital punishment the death penalty. When is the last time New Yorkers were killed and why don't we talk about things that they can also face that are likely a completely unlikely to happen. These. Alleged parks. If found guilty may be shot into orbit. That's not gonna happening there so what's the point of going to the death penalty in New York State. When it would last that Kilmeny. The death penalty please. They could face. Being wrapped cotton candy and fed to a circus elephant. That could also be a charge. Wanna talk this last hour real quick reminders of six huge sale to 50% do you like camping gear outdoors stuff. Cable. Revelers water filters. Gerber now you name it the 50% off. Go to preparer AGB prepare hub dot org. And find out how you can get 50% off its its one day sale only on September 6 it's Saturday. 7615. Cent to street the impact America. And we're trying to move out the old inventory and so go get 50% can't beat that price anyway. And anyway of talking about righteousness final crisis you remember. From such wars And Syria. And we're hearing a lot a lot. Nonsense. Coming out of the White House right now the White House made a statement today the president states. From the fourth green. In Kennebunkport wherever he's that but the other premise that we do not negotiate with terrorists. Unless of course we're exchanging them for goods. Or soldiers who have deserted and that we negotiate of course but we normally. Do not negotiate with terrorists. But. You know. Were probably negotiate with terrorists but we don't negotiate for the record just. now let's talk about I'm gonna give you via a breakdown if you would was a group in the Iraq War. That was al-Qaeda. Of the Two Rivers that it was al-Qaeda can run by guy named Abu Musab remember him. He was a horrible. He was killing as many Sunnis feel tons of American. Buckets of American blood and Zarqawi. The what we have in crisis is complete disconnect from the White House. Two of the Department of Defense we know the ice is just decapitated. This reporter this fall league what was the first name James full. John Foley. Should. Let hear his name was. Foley he was he was a freelance journalist that went over there what was the first. James James James Foley was decapitated who recently as of exactly candidates. To clean the dirty horrible thing did. And the idea now is that prices is for real. We know. That the US under President Obama. In the slammer which means we're in the summer now so weeks ago. Weeks ago. The president United States ordered in special operations. Attack if you would. Interdiction whatever you want to call it. Ought to go into Syria and to try to free fully and and the couple other Americans of foreigners that were being held hostage. Now at that time. In order to plan. Something as brazen as an insult. There were up to the claim five to ten. And more injured they killed five to ten crisis forces we had one minor injury and the American side. But the idea was in order a planned attack like that you have to know what's called the enemy disposition you have to know what you're fighting if it's an American forces in to get this back. We go in there we couldn't find the hostages the intelligence that's what happens sometimes. but the president wanna make it very well clear that he did his best to bring this guy back. Not much for me is that at the very same time we are hearing. About this assault. That occurred in the summer of 214 which is weeks ago we had on the front page of. Every newspaper every media outlet every radio channels locked on the border now and secure the border one now we're hearing. That we are the most dangerous position we've ever been this far pails 9/11. Says secretary Chuck Hagel. National security advisor says icy it's is developing a plan to blow up a major city. Now we have this over the news update ice is a threat to Chicago. Now we're hearing from the White House the raids possibly 500. American citizens are fighting with crisis. That is to let me tell you said Jane Foley has been. Killed two days ago 48 hours a lot of intelligence in forty hours is enough. You are telling me that the American people that this information could not have come out. Went ice this was in 083 mile long convoy coming across the Syrian border. A B 52 would have loved the opportunity. To fly over a three mile convoy and blow these boys to their virgins. By the weight of olive differentiate between male virgins and feel urchins. Should check that out. We would've loved to have taken these ice is boycott advocate processor abort an Indian. Now we have 93 air strikes crisis forces in Iraq problem is we have to get to Syria to it to cut off the head of Hispanic. We are gonna take the White House narrative of what is going on with places because in order for the American military order for the government. Actually answer the problems to what's wrong with crisis. We have to acknowledge that the president of the United States horrendous mistake by removing. Troops from back. You hit out a second part to this problem. Analysts you acknowledge that you screwed up in the first place by not signing a standard of If ice this is more dangerous than al-Qaeda. Then you'll have to acknowledge. That you didn't win the war on terror in 2012. When you ran for president a second term and pull the world. That the world a safer. Now than it was before you typical office. Because the reality is different than the narrative coming out of the White House so the bad guys as the guy who runs His name is Abu. But car Al bagged body all right now Abu Bakar Al dot. It is an actual Iraqi. Out in the times when the insurgency in Iraq really start to flare up you a lot of people claiming to be Iraq and so they would take the the. The the last name of ultra creepy or. I'll body and that would mean that they were all of Iraq but they were actually from Iraq Abu daddy is an Iraqi citizen. So it's very important. He is seen as the leader. Of the movement in Iraq he wants to and nation state. The love spot that the cal state of the law bought from Syria all the would basically the Ottoman Empire redux is what this guy wants from Syria. All the way to As the president. Wants and members of the intelligence committee are telling us that we have to secure Baghdad. You have to just admit that these 2000 troops that ice has to have no intention to go into Baghdad. If they wanted Baghdad they have Baghdad. Baghdad you don't why that one bag dad there worried about oil wells in the Newport. Why do they care so much about the all wheel wells in the north. Because they are bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars. This is the worst. Enemy the United States has ever The imperial Japanese. And Nazi Germans what was the difference between the enemies that the United States has faced before. You had. Nation states. You had leadership. Once you decapitated that leadership what you humiliated the emperor of Japan once you took out and and and isolated. The Nazi regime in Germany the nation state capitulate. This is an international. Army al-Qaeda was never an army. Guys are issuing lead. They're issuing leave they're soldiers. They're paying them in cold hard cash but they're funded. And they're trained. And there a military. This is terrorist or me. And to act like this is such a crazy development. Is and being completely ignorant of what has happened. Over the last three years Abu Bakar Baghdad according to the White House. The real name of Abubakar about is Abraham a wide Abraham all boundary. That's Israel god given name his family. He called themselves Abubakar buy dot. In 2004. The White House claims that he was arrested outside of Fallujah gives you bag daddy's job. In the time of how weak he was basically a Ph.D. of Islamic study he was their chaplain of al-Qaeda in. He wasn't a military guy. He was just a really religious. Wahabi That just want to hang out and and talk about the he was not at a military genius. Like we've seen with. You know double howry in and bin Laden and all these other guys that. Dressed up in the camouflage and shot the AK that's not that's not what begged bodies background. Put in 2004. The White House White House claims he was released. In December of 2004. Now what we come to find out. Is that this guy was actually detained in March 2004. And capped it can't Boca in Iraq until. 2009. Now why was he released in 2000 right. He was released in 2000 and because when President Obama took over office. He had that a decision. Do I bring the troops that are bad guys in Iraq in their prisons and to extend them to Guantanamo Or if I pull troops out don't like give them back basically catch and release program. Obama made the decision 2009 want to close Guantanamo Bay that was a campaign promise he made and as the promise was he can end the war in Iraq. I prisoner of the united states military in 2000 and mining camp Luka was released. Had he should you've gone. Had he gone to Guantanamo Bay were not in this situation but. He was brought over to Iraqi authorities and they released into the wild. Now the interesting part is the connection the White House is trying to make between Baghdad and our count. Zarqawi is killed in action in 2006. He's killed by drone via a missile that the Americans fired on them and they killed right. So 2006. but Dottie is so close was Cali. Why doesn't by Donny take over al-Qaeda in Iraq why does bagged body become in charge of crisis in 2010. Obviously the merit of the White House is telling us that he was released in 2004. And that he fought in Afghanistan with Zarqawi in the years before the Iraq War. Our complete nonsense. They don't have intelligence on this guy he's a to them. Because we shot down our offices in Iraq. In 2011 we took intelligence boys out we took CIA guys and girls we took our force is out we lost intelligence. We have no situation what's happening on the ground Angela Dodd was running around is crisis group Eagles in the Syria. To take out operation. Now aside is a Sunni. The resistance in the. The predominant resistance in Syria is Shia and Sunni. But you have terrible forces coming in to defend a shot. Which Iranian forces predominately Shia forces. They're coming in and trying to get involved in the serious fight. What's interesting about what's happening in Syria right now is anxious it's all occupying these oil wells and they're selling crude oil deal. Sure. At the very government that tried to throw out in Syria the ice his forces. Are. Making deals these guys have of money. They're 101000. And and we've got British. As citizens we've got American citizens. We've got hundreds of Americans fighting for nicest. And what's so crazy we just found out about this in the media because the first suicide American bomber in Syria happened about two months ago. This kid went home to his family. Before he blew himself. Did anyone stop him and an airport. Attache evolve our phone calls all of our text messages but we've done nothing. To stop American ice fortunes coming home to our our horrible. We've done nothing with our. Our border security. And now we're worried about racist activity to a nine elevenths style attack in Chicago. You're just hearing about this now. When every general told you. Don't take troops out of Iraq don't lose the footprint you have and Iraq. I told you sell. Over and over again and this president did what was politically expedient. Where it more crisis and take your calls it a 30930. 10616. The BB David albeit for Tom be back after this important break and is reunited thirty WB. Stop early show coming ability from mr. Cha. Hourly out of the Goo Goo Dolls are as the west Borough Baptist Church we'll tell you. These sons of Satan. That last Borough Baptist Church we've known them from their bigotry and their hatred of soldiers homosexuals. And they have agreed to. They say they're gonna Picket goo dolls concert at. from buffalo. And buffalo. Is again fees. Buffalo. Is full of versions. Dipped in medium to mild sauce. Buffalo is a deep fried Holdren. Of decadent. I don't know what the hell they're talking about but they had buffalo hey. Line our right. One thing we know around here. People hate us because they want to be ups and kind. They hate us because that can't be honest I just tell the west Borough Baptist Church you know you guys. Yeah you wanna be big shots go to the we have got the game. It tonight will still take. Don't pick the goo dolls they've done nothing anyone but bring us wonderful music and represent the city. We have not had. 88. Ambassador to buffalo. Like the Goo Goo Dolls. Since. OJ Simpson I think you've got to go back to. Boston that ended horribly For awhile we which. Since forces in Iraq it is a complete nightmare we've got everyone telling us that this is the most dangerous threat we faced since 9/11. We've got. The administration. Completely. With out. Any sort of plan. Generals telling the administration would have to do something we have to strike now will actually you should distraught all I don't know. And three years ago. It will settle for now. We'll settle for now. So you may ask what do we do. With crisis well first of all these guys are getting money from. Arab enable others. We have a Department of Defense but we also a lot of people at a pretty good track in accounts in freezing accounts. No money should end up in the accounts. Of those who are running nicest. They should be able to give money. To a terrorist state that locking heads. And they have oil revenue they're selling oil on the open market. That is not allowed to happen if you're a powerful nation of powerfully in the world if we can sanction Iran. Horrible job of that but we can stand up potent but we haven't really done that if we can guard our boarder babies ages term We need to stop the sale of oil deal. From basis forces. To other nations sanction then go laughter event at them economically. And guess what this is the part year old and a lot. You gotta go to war. You gotta put boots on the ground. 65. Thousand troops is what it's gonna take 45 to 60000 troops is what you're going to need eighteenth airborne corps. You're gonna need. The US army European going to be the Marine Corps. But I just has presented us an opportunity Qaeda and never did. Because in their lust for power. In their lust for greed. They have become a nation state. They have a functioning army. And that is why. The congress of the United States needs to declare war. None of this bipartisan. Bickering now this Democrats against it Republicans for you voted for Iraq but it was lies. All that has gone. We have a problem that we need fixing. You have to declare war. You have to you have to get Chris Collins and other representatives. To make it to vote. Like the old days they get the United States back on one putting politics aside. But in order to do that this president's gonna have. Who never admits what is wrong. Usually that's a force agreement 2011. Iraqis want. The president's father didn't want the reports it's true. Is that true against the way I remember 2007. And 2005. Is that the Bush Administration. Asked for the same thing the Obama administration asked for they asked for immunity. For American troops meaning that an American can knock on the door and not the ranking member for permission. That the Americans forces on the ground would not be subject to Iraqi law. George Bush asked for a 165000. Troops in 2006. 2007. To be to be given immunity. An Iraqi Government said bill. And the way we came about that deal. It's to a memorandum of understanding. Between the president United States and the prime minister of Iraq. Melky and bush met together and decided and am you memorandum of understanding is how we're gonna get a standard four speaker. You figured surely if bush could get a 150000. Troops. Given immunity Obama could do it force much smaller force of ten to 151000. No she all out went through the Iraqi parliament which I nose is going to be shocking new but the Iraqi parliament is actually more dysfunctional than the American. Congress. Nothing gets done and. Any that. So he went to the Iraqi parliament to ratify a standard of forces agreement which he knew was dead on arrival but then he won Then what the president did is he went to State Department lawyers. Not the military. Not the generals on the ground with relationships with the Iraqi leadership. He went to the State Department attorneys. Who wanted out of Iraq anyway. And show the standard of forces agreement died on the vine because you don't want it. He wanted out. And 2011 our last boys left Iraq and you know what happened. What filled that vacuum. Faster than you can say all are You had heads. Low rolling in the streets. We are seeing Christians decapitated. We're seeing Christian crucified. Forced to repent. And 900 dollar a month charge. Two people to convert it. In Mosul twelve million dollars since 2011. A month. Was coming into the ice ice coffers in Syria. Based solely on the black market cheek on these guys mafia stuff. Assassinations. Gang murders. And we have done nothing and now fully that's James Foley decapitated. By a British speaking man. Every one is now this is what we've got that about office got to do something about this. They could they be coming across our border Mr. President it's a very real possibility. Would do something about the DM border. Something. Stop there's a great political cartoon and license and had a knife to the head of of the driver golf club. As mister president can you hear us now. I mean this guy just has checked out. This president has checked out. Does anyone wanna send men and women to war again in Iraq especially now. Do we have to do it. Absolutely. If the end of listening to our phone calls and greeted our text messages. Can we please. Look at the people were fighting prices coming home. To visit their families and for the go back to They're going to leave and nothing's happening to these people would even know they are. to us for. Sure to keep the shape. Now we got Chicago long lockdown. We've got the FBI in the Homeland Security telling. Local police chiefs in Chicago to warn and to be on alert. The Chicago. It appears to be an ominous tweet has been put out. About Chicago. The US government on Friday issued a security Bolton to US law enforcement in this according to CBS in in Chicago in light of the overall threat posed by the Islamic state. or Beisel. The post on Twitter purportedly from somebody connected with or crisis. Shows a photo of the Old Republic building at 307 north Michigan avenue Chicago and the White House which by the way. The White House had an basis flag. Taken in a tweet. Having your remember when there was like and I abortion injured I don't know Tea Party people protest in the white. Pictures taken. You know Nixon had files on people outside the White House. Which we'll have cameras were supposed to protect the president and the first family. How held a racist get access to the White House gate and fly a flag the White House gate and nobody did think about. Who looks like at the switch. You let a guy put it Iceland's flag the White House G-8. Singer what what what is happening here. I mean maybe maybe leadership does fall down you know. How does that gold now. To the First Lady talking about pink cookies. about obese children in the city. We're still being asked by the way how is 60000 legal children in this country for our border want. Governor Perry in the National Guard out where protect ourselves from crisis. But won't bull will pay to bring in these these poor Mexican families these kids these from Guatemala they have no family take them and To be honest. Yet he gets some people on the right that really know George will. By conservatives. People say hey the Coke Brothers. adults in a lot of big money Republicans are coming out talking about amnesty and bring an To help these people. What do you do a what is a white suburban family going to do with a child from Guatemala who sent. What are you what are you saying is that is that what you you must convert these these children who have to take these children. That don't have family in the United States and what. Make them what are we supposed to do. Is that not white man's burden you want ramblings in America just take other nations children. What does that stop you one and the that the problems in the Sudan. To steal kids. Let's do it. I get and all the problems in the Middle East should note doubted Jordan and Syria and we will kick up all the babies and raise them. And god fearing Americans. And going on here you can't say. Take these children into America raise them in American homes. And everything's going to be great. Maybe that that'll that'll stop the the influx of all of unaccompanied minors. That'll that'll stop it if we just to adopt that and bring them into. Suburbia bring them into the city black and white families middle class taken all these kids and raise them as Americans. Maybe I should be our foreign policy. For kidnapping children across the world and China their third seriously threaten us man. Any 17 or under were bringing seal team six we're gonna around a mop like cattle ever an issue about every family. Everyone take a Chinese baby were gonna raise them so that this generation learns to love Americans. It's the most ridiculous debate in the world you're talking about ice is threatening talking about a borders. Bringing in terrorists at the same time asking people to bring in and adopt. In Foster children that don't have parents here or have parents illegally here. Overall we view. Mean what do what do we what does this was and because it's a democratic idea. All these you know right wingers are like all right that's a perfect idea absolutely. Will raise these children will be wonderful god fearing Americans will be wonderful. Well below the poverty by just stealing children across and the solution to what the problem and Ferguson is right now. As for white people to take inner city black children and raise them. Would you say that. Not racist to say that it would Guatemalan cute from Honduras circuit for Mexico. Their families they need their culture they need their country. The children and have the middle class adopt them and everything's over. And of that is our foreign policy which it seems that it is right now our solution the border is to adopt the children of enemies of the state. That we have a lot of work to do if you got an extra bedroom. America wants you. If you have spare room and you're in your basement and it's furnished. We need to take to Syrian babies. Every house. We'll get to Syrian children and we will turn the Middle East around by stealing their kids and raising them as Christians that's what we're gonna do. Amman port I'm gonna take a quick break we come back more of the top by early show I'm David though yeah. News radio 930 W via. Just. You know it just doesn't matter. It really doesn't. It doesn't matter because the sanity of gone. You're complaining and warning the city of Chicago you're the president you're the commander in chief. And all it takes is for you to admit. You were wrong about Iraq. That you were wrong about two foreign policy that you were wrong about everything and Yale until it. Sure it's touch. On our success. In its soul on believable. We pray the if we pray that people Chicago will not be hurt. By this courage. But it have to be eliminated. There's there has not been more righteous reason to go to war than to fight the evil element nicest. There are hundreds of Americans fighting form British. The whole world. Radical Islam united. Nation state with a Celtic. And I'll something else with ET. I'm David be in for mr. Tom buy hourly. Tom will be back on Monday. Which is what you know that September 6 if you go to preparer hub each UP dot org you can not get some great discount savings. In camping equipment survival equipment at 50% off up to put off. Start at 9 AM on Saturday September 6 come on over preparer each UB prepare hub org. Offices in east toward New York fourteen. This crisis thing though is the aids you know at this point it is. It's never too late. But man we can meats like so much easier to use the air force when the air force when these guys came back. Now there in Syria we've got to go into Syria. Guess we're gonna defend. The very fortunate this guy talking he wanted to like we anxious against the shop regime. Red line we're gonna cross because of the gas. So now if we extend the battle lines we have to go to Syria. And fight form the a shot regime. To destroy. Its. We're actually more help the Golan to Syria and light on the side. Of the Baptist. Sunni dictator aside. Who gets flustered don't people of the press. Of the United States. Said we have to draw lines and the line was crossed we have to go to war we have to take outside we have to get regime change. And now. The only way to really took boys. Is to go into Syria. To form and I'm David fellow Vietnam you'll be back on Monday organized. Yeah.

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I don't know what there is about HBO. But for whatever reason they draw me in. And I hate to admit this but -- TV draws -- Oh they -- they would drag that and Adam 12. And then they beat into submission with Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Alfred Hitchcock for my money still absolutely awesome so is there must see TV in your home. Keeping in mind that today's technology makes tide shifting possible. That's a -- term for people watch TV when it's convenient for them just like at others people listen my show when it's convenient for them online WB and dot com. That way they can laugh at me at their own time so and other own place so also is there an era. You actually fantasize about having lived in does it feel like you were born. At the wrong time. Sometimes I do. Sometimes I wish I had been born what may be in. 1898. So I would have been thirty years old in 1920s. So I could have been. Like Arnold Rothstein in boardwalk empire. My electorate just end up like chalky. All assaulting the black -- -- I like chalky but -- the -- season four he was left with nothing. Boardwalk and in mentioned you know three -- thirty start I'm 3180616. WB -- Let's get back to bill work over and Ontario -- built by the way I've put links up on my FaceBook page to sites that covered the erotic fighter. The Eastland disaster and a couple books that you can read. Dealing with a history of the Great Lakes of which of course buffalo. -- Colbern fort Erie Cleveland Detroit and all the other places are intimately connected now you've got a comment on winter I believe. Yeah I'd I'd just -- -- bright -- I'm not I don't when I was stuck ship I was thinking doubled called the empress of Ireland. And it's some content is brand that was rammed by a Norwegian freighter in 1914. On the saint Lawrence river and it was over a thousand killed. The empress of Ireland I'm not familiar with that disaster. You know that's the one the Salvation Army people I was thinking of there was a 167. 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It's easier for me to take it to to reverend -- and then to get -- the garage. -- worked and Colbert is a cool little place it's like its own little village. It in the summertime it is the public can now days actually need that -- That quote from buffalo its not that firefighting boat comes over the. Edwards culture yes. Yeah but got no idea I know I've given up -- winter -- Probably. In the last fifteen days I've gone out of the house others need to get my mail -- support maybe three times. That they did ought to do what maybe I'm retired. Don't know the storm's coming I don't stocked up with stuff. I just don't heed the poignant and you know but I have that I got a nice old car that. I don't really wanna get out the garage. And so what am I gonna do anyways I guess they know that -- realistic thought I'd make a great. It would. Because you got CBC coverage. Yet that covered. Now I know news and all of my friends with Verizon five I was there really enjoying their. All. I'm sorry they don't get CBC's. I'm not well yeah. I actually do if you can get it on line and it's got all the -- programming and everything on it's a great site. Well the -- given follow the Olympics are closely this year with the think you can ever find myself getting into his hockey. Not them by the following pretty much everything I I pretty much sleep during the day and then I'm up from probably midnight till. Seven -- lard later not in the morning. You -- I was -- you today about curling. And I'm not talking -- newsprint and talking about curling a sport. How how does one actually try to be an Olympic. Level curler. Well. I could probably get somebody to combine your -- and cocky about it do you recall that the Olympics and 2010. From Vancouver. I don't work call my own name in 2010 at this point. Right -- named Cheryl Bernard. She would probably about the third surge person in the 2010 Olympics. Hotter than hell he was just yet on the team from Canada. And they won a silver medal. She missed a couple of shots -- Issue the chick who teaches curling in Niagara Falls. Out. Okay because -- -- woman in Niagara Falls I think she might be a cop by today any curling instructor by night. And I always wondered exactly how does one get into curling because I think that everybody needs a goal. And I would like for the next Winter Olympics -- of be part of the United States men's curling team that's on the that -- Campbell. About it's it's it's not it's it's pretty tough sledding and when you look at at these girls -- Carol now until 4546. And he probably started these guys start when they're like -- pictures -- Well -- a quick study. He's -- will we'll see how that works. It made it down kissing bridge like on the first day you're probably gonna do fine. Well yeah boy -- against skiing to me was like ice skating with really long blades and that -- you get your own equipment you improved by about 100% anybody renting equipment that's for beginners if you know you're gonna be ski and buy your own stuff. Yeah all right -- but not -- check her out. Carol Bernard -- -- -- at least the eye candy for you if nothing else is. Dude I'm a celebrity I don't need eye candy they come knocking it might the war which again. Yeah now I'm glad you I'm glad you -- thanks very much. Our event in 030 my thirties start -- thirty on the cell phone. 180616. WB -- -- it's just the same issue I mean we've got women lined up outside the radio station every day just begging for glimpse. You know what your radio talk show host in buffalo the doors just opened the -- like Moses. Let's find out about traffic here is Allan Harris Alan hello. I think what if you got family members were out of town right now on vacation and you know they live in an area that is prone to flooding. You might wanna call them and say hey it's balls to warm up on Thursday you want me to do anything at your house. Because. That's what decent people do. And also major future they're home free unsecured valuables and the -- payment. Now it's 25 degrees and -- news radio 930 WB yet I'm just yet about the massacred valuables that. You're just joining us we've spent a great deal with time today talking about Governor Cuomo and his plan to argued free college two inmates. And I think we pretty much talked about one out and it did not receive a lot of support your on this program. I would much rather. In the big scheme of things I don't wanna go back and covered ground we were recovered but just for those were tuning in -- organized say. Where you're doing fly off right now Tom have you anything serious offer. I'm one of the areas where this country and most other civilized countries are woefully deficient -- the -- that treating mental illness. And I've been on this bandwagon since about 19858687. When I had the privilege of meeting doctor Lee and Schuster. And ever since then it is become. Something that has been very very important to me. And until we get it. As a society you can expect a high rate of drug abuse and you can expect a high rate of incarceration. Because most incarceration. Most drug use is directly attributable to untreated mental ailments. Take it to the bank. Trust me on a cultural anthropologist I know now we're doing a happy ending. Right now. And the topics are are you sick of winter yes or no. How -- -- -- time this winter we done that topic before but you might have come up with some new ways. Also is there must see TV your house in do you ever fantasize about living in a different era. -- the 1920s. They -- cars hot women. And I believe wax wasn't that the -- Just like her friend. -- -- -- -- Now but thunderstorms -- I think that's about. Smoke that's a good. Worked under his guys. You turn around. -- -- -- -- You know I've often wondered if they get wrecked by the salt water. Problem. Anyway yeah that was from boardwalk empire by the way which only seemed appropriate because that we've got a couple of things actually three things on the agenda. Because at this is time of the show usually the last hour or so when I like the lightened things up because it working and with that came out wrong. I mean I hate having to do heavy lifting the last part of the show. So we're talking about. Is there must see TV at your house must see is I'm sorry guys must see television at your house and -- -- Is there and Iraq. In which. Use sometimes. Fantasize about. Having. That. Because. I think what attractions can be. And maybe to other port walking employer fans. About that show is it really does show. The glitz and the glamour. Of the 1920s along of course with the corruption and the decadence of the 1920s. Not of course that there would be a relationship whatsoever to the current war on drugs. And the corruption as opposed to the war and alcohol and the corruption because we although the corruption ended twenty years before we were born right. Right exactly of course so. I've always wondered. What it would have been like. Two -- alive and of age in the in the 1920s. And whether overly glamorize it in my own mind. Now so that I think is because. What are my grandmother's. Homes about what might grandmothers my maternal grandma and -- -- -- it was built during that era. -- In fact it was such an influence on me that. When I was out looking for a house. It was almost without even having to say it. One of the house that was built. Either in the twenties or in the thirties. And there's also a very strong reason for. Because you can -- me if you want to. But a long time after I'm dead and gone. My Holm will still be standing. Because back then I think people took a lot more pride. In building homes. Than they do now. Its latest up that I look at some -- -- nick mentions now. In Howell shabbily constructed they are. And I think to myself. You know what in a hundred years. Nobody going to be standing. Is gonna collapse like what -- -- that's where I feel about them. I hold my mom's house. My grandmother's bowl they'll still be standing because they were built by real American. Craftsmen. So I don't fight it. Coincidental. -- when I finally did settle on a hole after looking at fifty open at least. Bet I ended up buying one that was built in 1927. And I always find myself -- -- the same thing I do those of you live and older homes. Do you often wonder. About what happened in that house before it was yours. You often wonder about the Thanksgiving is of 1931. Has -- it was built in 1927. I wonder about the old cars that were in the driveway. I wonder about the families. Grew up I wonder about all the wild times in the hole or lack there. You know I wonder what in this is a metaphor not to be taken seriously but I wonder about the ghosts. With who might intersect or interact on a daily basis you don't go to the past. You know walking down the -- as I'm walking up but I don't -- ghost isn't ghost I mean stuff that actually happened there. I wonder about these things -- -- -- the do you guys ever have that feeling to about houses were you live coverage on your house was built your dad's house was built. I think in the forties was not. I don't think you guys live in the twenties because we've got two different sets houses industry won was 1920s the other was in 1940s. Inauguration meadows. So -- it was a 1920s -- few others from the 1920s and then a whole bunch of sprouted in the 1940s. So. I often find myself wondering looking in my driveway. I wonder how many model T forwards were in the driveway. I wonder how many people. Had harper. In that home -- quarter how many people had wild parties. I wonder what kind of formative experiences people had in that home before I lived here. I don't. I mean look there's nothing new under the son I just gotta wonder what happened in the space I occupied now. Before I occupied. And of course I have other thoughts that I will lecture out loud and anyway our phone number 8030930. And two questions. And actually three questions number one. Is there must see TV in your whole. -- -- Boardwalk empire but I have to tell you and by the way that's a show on HBO. It's star says Steve Buscemi as that Nike. And a whole bunch of other people doing a great job and. I just got turned on to that show because. A couple of people. Who know me said all you would love that show my brother Dick. He's been preaching boardwalk empire to me for about a year to have one of my FaceBook friends Rachel wells. She's the inventor of the phrase conservative area. And my mentor when it comes to these things she has also been preaching boardwalk empire. And I finally caught onto it on HBO on the meant. And right now all and it seems like ever since I've gotten turned onto it all I can check out is season for on demand. And I've seen all of the episodes probably about a gazillion times from season four on demand. So hand in hand with -- are wondering in this gets back to what it started off with this half hour about geez I wonder what happened in the house before lived here because it was built 1927. Is there -- era about which you fantasize. Is there an era where sometimes you say oh I wish I could live during the civil war. I wish that a lot of during the revolution. I wish it was when they're opening up San Francisco when during the gold rush. Just gotta wonder about things like that. -- apartment wishes I was a lot during the civil war. But I don't think it would've been very popular in the north. Part of me. The bigger part of me wishes I was alive in the 1920s for some reason that decade is always resonated with me even before reading F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby and his other works. And of course F. Scott Fitzgerald spent some time living in north buffalo for those who don't know. And he actually lived before Leonardo DiCaprio little known facts and 8030 my thirties as did Robert Redford on WB. So is there must see TV. What era do you fantasize about and might throw -- question. I'd ask you this before but I figure with all the snow we've -- are you sick of winter or do you say gimme more gimme more -- and up and -- it up -- Let's -- to. Sandy. In west Seneca sandy. I'm WB and welcome to -- The that -- -- -- -- we knew that that we knew I am going to walk home an older home and think about the people that live there. Yeah I wondered what was written parts of my living room before I lived here. I -- and and -- half -- -- and fortunately the house had very good ventilation. But. My son live in -- like -- -- -- very -- -- -- -- in Philadelphia. And mountain. It would allow refurbished but. And I went to vent about my rent and then. It was look like we'll -- -- with the clock stopped. And an applicant main floor and then you lock stock and underwent. I'd -- bedrooms are upstairs but you know I went up -- and I said. You're making them feel like the people that might have lived here in the thirties and forties and he said what are you talking about nine point won't get under. Look at him live here and and I even wondered like -- -- I -- what do you think they put their Christmas tree and he -- looked at looking at me like I was crazy. What a great night. You know what what a great thought and I'm sitting there thinking -- who ripped for arts in my living room thinking where they put the Christmas tree what a great thoughts. And and that I don't you wonder about the holidays that we're here aren't. If anybody I hear I mean I kept going I I really like I felt like I was stealing stop that it happened. It what might happen and I live well now what about. Fifty years old and where -- corner. So I don't Cantonese. Feelings about the people live here before -- And Powell in that apartment in Philadelphia was probably I would say like eighty or ninety years old. And it was an opt out. Well you know did your did your son have any appreciation. Of the points you were trying to raise because I have to tell you -- I get it because that's my thought process when I go home. Now he didn't get it in 1930. And when I kept telling her about that like I I would like I want and I wondered if any babies. We're aboard air at women. That I'm at and gave birth at home. And let the land that there was speed in the four year now. And I that I wonder you know see a couple people probably eight years and he was like. I don't know what you're talking about but I I don't feel net. When I go to with states -- us that an older couple that I. Clinic in their homes are at and they'll. I like an old singling out all of our liberty and then I think about that Koppel. Why can't think can't -- but I think at the couple well you know. Being hairy you know proud in moving in the how needy. Well they were Mary you know maybe after ten years or something and they read their families the year. Especially some of the older homes at states to help that I coach Hugh and I I think I wonder about the people that live there aren't. Well you know it sounds to me and our call me insane if you like you're really don't care I've been called worse by better but it sounds to me as though. You are a very intuitive. Person. And you are in touch with the energy fields that surround all of August. And for whatever reason it's almost like the past will reach out and make an impact under conscious mind. Unlike. Your son who is apparently not intuitive and not in sync with those energy fields. Now but that. I am. Very sensitive to things like -- All in all I am too and I will tell you -- honest to goodness one of the reasons about the house that bought was because when I walked into it it was absolutely clean. No spirits what so. Over in that place. None zero zilch nada by a steal a line and sandy beach. Totally empty and I like that. I don't know if there -- energy feel they're not you know -- And that apartment building and Philadelphia. -- Well I mean I guess I would say there's probably energy fields everywhere and -- digital metaphysical on -- now just a quick question also you've got a favorite TV show interestingly enough which is. Downton Abbey yes what is it about down -- the captivate you and so many other folks. Well. I didn't actually at the first three seasons and then. And and the file my husband. -- delighted -- -- into it deep entry and we start latching on and my husband who -- like a big macho guy. England he -- show. And they hit you overlaps. All of course I've watched. I love it and I enjoy it but I don't know why because it represents a lifestyle that I'm with which I have absolutely nothing in common nor -- they want anything in common with. Well yeah we knew that when I step down and look at the lifestyle. Relating to the coliseum against someone helped them get her out. And that her hair and and then. -- they can't nothing to do out AP. They do -- get ready trip back it's. Another big -- And you know discernment. I thought that certain there. Oh my -- we'll let you go. Because -- the dog you have to say goodbye and I'm sorry about the dog -- again I I must I must leave you on that note. Are right that good stuff. Like her -- she understood what I was getting at when you live in an older -- you do kind of wonder. Like I don't have any feelings about people who were beer but I do wonder intellectually what happened. 648 at news radio 930 WB EN. Not gonna bother restating the topics in the time we have left to his right in that Cheektowaga. On WB Ian -- you have a a must see TV show at your place which news. It just decides I'm expect. Okay they've already announced that the next season is going to be -- it's last but -- Aggravate you when you know that you're making an emotional investment in something that is gonna go away. I do yet that's -- that's. You know what can you do about it you know why I'm I've loved children if you actually knew what. I have not watched justified but I remember watching deadwood. And I just felt like why investing myself emotionally and something when the producers are gonna take it away in the some problems. Yeah well I. Something else I hit some of that figure brother from another mother brought a lot of us think TV shows. You I agree with many of things -- did politically speaking so. It's great help and it you know you talk about. You know the twenties and thirties I might my voice but I literally just hazardous discussion a couple of weeks ago about you know what would be the best kind of people -- My grandfather was born in nineteen and you know that would actually be a pretty good time to people aren't. You know. Well I and I sometimes don't wanna go back in time so bad it hurt. So if you go back in time and if you could be a grown up in another era have you choice. What would your -- Well. I like the twenty I think I would like to be twenty years old. In nineteen point. And with you say that with a full realization. That penicillin. It was about thirty years away. And that modern medicine. Was not as it is today amateur life expectancy it would have been minus about thirteen years. Well you know grapple made it 86 in in all. Anything after that our I think being -- so I would make me happy and he can hit eighty. Smoke -- pipe and eaten at bat in his gravy David Barker and salts and sugars and you know. That the difference primarily I think you know it is said to my wife -- -- -- early show is about the -- coming out of that. -- areas that you know when you have nothing to look forward to restart looked back or exit and remembering the good times. You know it's interesting to say that because. I often find do you also think that site. -- I can't I it just it leaves me flat may be it just reflects a lack of imagination but I just don't get it and I just can't get into. -- Well we we must be related in in some way shape or form are you part Asian too. Important -- and second parts. But I think -- like that I went to -- I think I might have even been there is same I graduated in eighty. Seven. I I was before user I was 1981. All right I gotta go I'm glad you called I. At a time I'd love to do this topic again at some point I joke ever has -- a master control doing a magnificent job John Sherman your calls and doing a magnificent job. Neglect our shop which -- Joseph that's going to be -- two words folks no matter where you're living here. No yourself. --

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