Skip to comments.Brian and the Judge Live Thread -- May 3, 2006
Posted on 05/03/2006 5:31:39 AM PDT by LibertyLee
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"Woof" is used in broadcasting to say "stop," "that's enough" or to mark a specific point in time -- which is what is done in this case. "The show show starts in 3 minutes: WOOF!" Means in 3 minutes from-- NOW!
This reflects what was on Brian and the Judge's website and appears to be out of date -- ed.note Nifong Gone? Nifong defeated his two opponents.
The lead prosecutor in the Duke lacrosse scandal, Mike Nifong, goes before the voters in Raleigh-Durham tonight. Will he be out of a job tomorrow morning? FOX's Marianne Silber reports live.
Troops in Iran
Famed liberal journalist Seymour Hersh says the U.S. has troops in Iran. Dennis Kucinich thinks so, too. Rather than take their word for it, Brian and the Judge will talk to an expert, General Bob Scales.
Another Bush Scandal
No, not the President. This time it's former USC star and newly-minted New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush. Did his parents get rent money from a San Diego businessman? And if they did, does it matter? Brian and The Judge have more.
Welcome to another edition of Brian and The Judge. Who knows what topics will grace us today. Tony's First Briefing is still expected for the noon hour, Monday, May 8, 2006. Updates as they come.
May 3, 2006
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These things . . . were written for our admonition. 1 Corinthians 10:11
In the months following the devastating Asian tsunami of December 2004, an amazing story of survival emerged from Simeulue Island, the closest inhabited land to the epicenter of the earthquake.
A news report said that only 7 of the remote Indonesian islands 75,000 inhabitants died when 30-foot waves struck just half an hour after the quake. For decades, the people had heard stories told by their grandparents of giant waves that killed thousands on this same island in 1907. So when the ground shook and the sea retreated from the shore, the people recalled their grandparents warnings and fled to high ground.
First Corinthians 10 describes a spiritual disaster we can avoid. After the people of Israel were delivered from slavery in Egypt, they continued to turn away from the Lord. Recounting their recurring self-indulgence and its disastrous results, Paul wrote: Now these things became our examples . . . . And they were written for our admonition (vv.6,11). The story of their failure has been preserved so we can avoid the same disaster of disobedience.
If there are warning signs in our lives today, its time to run from self-destructive sin to the high ground of Gods forgiving grace.
The Bible is filled with example and teaching
On how to avoid all the pitfalls of sin;
And if we will learn from its people and precepts,
The struggles and battles of life we can win. Hess
A warning heeded is a disaster avoided.
no soda in school......
but plenty of CONDOMS for ALL THE KIDS!
(these people are willing to ruin and sell out our children for political power.....)
Good Morning, Mayor and Thanks once again!
THAT is so ridiculous...and you are right! Good morning, eeevil, how goes it?
It goes very good....
busy at work...org! ;-)
well...not AT work yet-- but getting ready to go......
have a wonderful and blessed day!!!
You too...have a great day!
"Tony's First Briefing is still expected for the noon hour, Monday, May 8, 2006."
123 hours, 12 minutes, and 26 seconds to go.
My husband said he heard on the radio the first of this week that Brian and the Judge would be replaced soon. Are they just filling in until a permanent host if found?
Please understand that's TENTATIVE and based on previous WH schedules...I have heard that Tony will do his first briefing Monday and they all have started during the noon hour. I expect the schedule will be updated probably as late as Monday morning.
They are SUPPOSED to be the permanent new hosts. Having said that, if the affiliates all start dropping them, I would expect Fox Radio to do something. But as far as I know (from what they have said) they are the permanent replacements.
Present, coffee in hand, animals fed and ready for another good day.
Got one possible addition to the topics: Are there any past supporters of the illegal aliens who haven't been turned off by now? (I'm not bothering to ask about the MSM in that....)
......hate to break the thread, but WHAT WAS THAT NOISE ON THE FOX STREAM? I've heard better sounding cat fights.
Good morning, LL! :-)
I don't know, I'm listening on XM...
Good morning, Pinz, welcome! How are you today?
I've been listening to their show and I like them. I hope they get to stay.
I HAVE been "turned off" by the disgraceful actions of the left-wing crowds with their foreign flags. I believe that immigration reform is still required, however, to fix the underlying problem. But there is no excuse for ANY guest in this country to be protesting their conditions. If they don't like it, they can go home.
Good morning, LL. It appears that Mr. Nifong will still be with us. Unfortunate.
We're all dealing with the fact that they are not Tony. I think time will tell. My mind is still open.
Good morning, Bah...yeah, I had hoped the voters would be smarter. But you get some idea of the electorate there if they can't even FIELD a GOP candidate. So maybe it's not unexpected.
Need another cup of tea before they start....
And how are you? Is your freezer still providing lots of goodies? You're not saving your To Do list to run through at the last minute are you??
My husband's in NJ this week, so I get to read as late as I want, but it's taking its toll. :-/
I heard it and have the audio on my .MP3 file at home. Unfortunately I was quite busy during that great call so I only heard snibbets.
Understood. It's just that I can't wait to hear Tony's melodious voice and infectious chuckle again. <;)
The freezer is hanging in there. It looks like there will be 4 extra days of food. But, how did you know me so well. The To-Do-List will be done Saturday (and maybe all night) until Sue gets home at 2:45 p.m. Sunday..
I suspect most of us here are waiting for the first briefing with bated breath....
Yay, Liberty. Another day without Tony. This will be my last day till next Tuesday. Going on a FReeper trip this weekend and won't be on the computer during the day. Y'all have fun and please hold my place!
I'm a Rush 24 x 7 subscriber and get the podcast. If you'll FReepmail me an email I can attach it to, I'll do it tonight when I get home from work.
He archives all his shows. You can listen by the hour or the whole three hours depending on what you wanted to hear.
Good morning LUV W...that sounds fun..where are you all going?
From last night: No Snow job
Dallas, Austin and Houston. Party of 6 meeting other FReepers on the way. It's gonna be fun and fast and I probably won't even sleep till I get back home! LOL!
LOL. Did you see the caricature of Tony. Hilarious.
Some comments on the call here
lol Human nature is human nature. ;-)
Good morning and thanks for the link, dinasour. I had seen it earlier in the week, but it's a good description of Tony.
So I don't forget later, have a safe and happy trip. We'll miss you later this week. :-)
Sounds great! At least my wife is coming home this weekend so my life can RESTART again!
I'll miss being here. Y'all just have fun!
Yay for you. Glad she's coming home...that is from Thailand, right? I love going there. It is a beautiful countty..and so interesting.
You're right...but coming out early can make an extra $10-12 million for a top back like Reggie. I think we have to accept that many top college football programs are the NFL's "minor leagues". The AVERAGE working life of an NFL running back is only 7 years; an extra year playing in college is like taking all the risk without the paychecks. So...it's understandable.
Yep, 28 LOONNGG days in Thailand. She's flying back to Bangkok as we speak to stay with her brother and hit the credit card shopping, since most of the time was spent with her extended family in the NE part of the country. It is a very beautiful country ... and we're building our guest house as Phase 1 of my retirement plan...we've got that construction going.
We've done our best to keep you busy and distracted, but having life go back to 'normal' is unbeatable. :-)
We won't fuss if you're late on Monday. ;-)
Hope you get everything done on time. And that you both have a great reunion on Sunday. Have something special planned for dinner? Curbside at Outback?
Prayers for a safe and easy trip home for Sue... (great name!).
Tkae great notes and fill us in on all the good stuff you saw, did and heard when you come back next week. :-)
Bolton is amazing. I'd love to study at his dojo. To be so controlled, so confident and so smart!!!
He's one of my heros. :-)