17 Burst results for "Abuk"
"abuk" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"I get to eat in the dining room. And the guy goes will. You're not gonna be here. And then he got real smart with Tony lip and toilet pin? This guy against the wall. And then Dr Shirley was like Tony. I don't hurt him. And then he goes he goes, what do you want me to do? Tony. He didn't say Tony goes. What do you want me to do this get fuck outta here? So they left. So Dutch say doesn't perform Tony lip doesn't get paid either. But it was such a good movie. I didn't know he was. Gang. You said you knew it knew he was gay. You could. I mean, really anybody Dr Shirley's gay. Sorry. Tony lip isn't getting. Yeah. Doctor if you watch his mannerisms and the way he speaks you'll know he's gay. I I didn't. I thought he was educated in refined. I didn't know he was gay. I think my favorite scene in the movie, and I'm one of those guys like. I had I had to say I what were they the end. When Dr Shirley, Tony live told him to come up, and you real- you see how Dr Shirley has all kinds of money his traveled the world, but it's Christmas, and he's by himself and his beautiful -partment above Carnegie Hall any. It's it's loan. You just feel his long in this. And you see as an entertainer how it can be lonely on the road. Emmy being a comedian a lot of times, I'm just sitting in my hotel by myself and people think you've got a bunch of friends, and you're just like no usually by yourself because your your guards up. You don't you don't trust a lot of people for one you'll know what their motives are. But and then you see Tony lip. He comes home and little -partment and the Bronx, and it's like his family's air, they're eating everybody's they're all these great Italian meals and dishes, and everybody's happy is home, and they're cutting up and everything. And you see him stand up for Dr Shirley like, so my mates a. A a rude comment for Dr Shirley eight he liked corrects them don't call him that. And and then Dr Shirley shows up at Tony lips house. He liked took him up on the offer to come in. And I thought it was a little nice gesture when Sebastian medico does a good job in the be. He's going to get this guy. See, and they just completely invite him in to their -talian home to have a tab Christmas dinner down my favorite, and then farther dramatic part, which I bet you they showed the Oscars when he's nominated is the scene in the rain where he said he's gonna walk in toilet. Because we do a doc. What are you doing? He goes. I don't fit in anywhere. He goes, I don't fit in with the people on performing because I'm black. He has I don't fit in with black people because Ed to refine he and he's gay. He goes, I don't fit in anywhere. I don't have a group, you know. And I was like, hey that was. It was the I do think that the movie did a really good job. 'cause throughout the movie really DA, especially once they got at road trip. You really did feel just how alone he was, you know, for him to have all these accomplishments in you know, you really did feel his loneliness which I thought they did a really good job man when he ate that fried chicken, though, it's funny 'cause okay, Dr Shirley's black, but he's never eaten fried chicken. And but frigging Tony lip sees Kentucky. Driving through Kentucky. Heels Kentucky Fried Chicken and Kentucky the chances in. And they grab this. You see Tony Vigo crushing this Abuk? Right. And he tried to give a piece to buck. Shirley, that's burp on my. He just gives us. All right. If discussion he he gives me, Dr Shirley and UC dogs for like this disgusting. And you see like the grease in the gristle, the wait. They had the perfect pieces of fried chicken. And then he took a bite. He was like game changer. Let me start killing that chicken. Make goes what do we do with the bone? You're just thrown.
"abuk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Day on WBZ. Boston's News Radio. Let's talk to Bob in the north end, Bob. Hi. Fam-? Well, thank you. I heard you mention you went on a trip next week. Yes, sir. Listen a little late. So. Berlin, taking a train to the Czech Republic to a small town called jetski Krumlov, which is which is an old middle. It's a middle ages town, what do you call it? Germany before wasn't your first big trips was over in Germany. Yes, that's right. Recall the things. I'm paying attention in class. How is in the north end? Good. Today will people roaming around the neighborhood of the parade. It kind of a little more chaotic than it usually is. But anyway, it's funny. You mentioned Linda wondering Quincy, Melinda. Yeah. Funny. You should we talk about the the song that you people who will remember? Right. I don't remember things like that. And then when you try to get the song because she said, she came back. I saw you throat there was crimson and clover. Then that's funny because I remember dancing to that song. What should Senator it came back to me with this girl was that spinoff, which we should be skating rink down by Lindt Lindor, Don street was like right with the Lucky Strike bowling alley burning pretty young. If that's where you did your first dance. No. That was my first. But I remember actually dance with the girl that I liked it wasn't my first games. But I remember getting to that song. Welcome to this girl that I really liked. It was my first game. But I remember roller skating dancing with this girl was like a sudden flashback when the first one you said, it was crimson and clover. That's weird. And I remember dancing with that girl that was spinoffs had to be early eighties. Right. A man. Yeah. Early eighties early. And then couple. A couple of things at one point. It was his big pool. Hall kind of place. Yeah. Yeah. It's a bowling alley. That's bowling alley slash, arcade, or something. Now, I haven't been up there. But. I was impressed. I mean, you know, I thought it was a bit long, but key comedians. You've been in. Should he wanted to say could've made it a lot longer? But I'm sure somebody had to cut it down. But I I guess I would have to guess is one of the longer ones ever. I mean, I think it was well over an hour. Wasn't it? Something like eighty two minutes. Yeah. It's. It's interesting to me. I mean, you just seems to me they all just assumed that everybody has this. You know, it's always positive things. And it's. I don't put much stock in them. You know, it's just everybody just talking about things that are going to do. And I always listen to them I programming. I'm a political junkie anyway. So I'm always gonna listen to it. But. I kinda think you could just get rid of it because it doesn't really serve a purpose except for self promotion. You're right. But I mean, I mean I like the idea. I mean, I'm a political junkie. So I mean, I enjoy it. I mean, I don't put much stock in it. But I do enjoy. And I think you know, we should have we should be able to hear the president. I mean, I think we should here with like having it on every channel and everything the access to it. I think we should have more of it in my opinion. Even though it can be boring. But I mean, I don't think we have enough. But that's just a political in me. But I'm sure people get bored of it to the idea that it's on every channel and everybody watches it. I think it's a good thing. But that's just me who knows. Anyways. I actually called something totally totally different. And it was like. I don't I don't mean to insult. You know, I love you with all my heart the other generally causing before Melinda was was somebody who was sick or something. And then he talked about you being compassionate who was his name. Was it Paul? Anyway, he said, you're a compassionate. Like, I said, I don't mean to insult you what I feel like I know you. Well, you don't come across as a compassionate person to me. I don't mean that insulting way. It's just not you my right or wrong, right or wrong in saying that depends. Depends. So how how am I supposed to know if I'm compassionate? I I kind of laughed at myself when people say, I'm a nice person. How would anybody know? They're a nice person. I'm yeah. I'm easy going really, I I don't think anyone's able to really judge themselves. So that's the problem with the plane was making him to say that I thought it was just well. That's what he meant it in a nice way and everything he probably felt compassion at one time, but Bradley alive. I mean, I don't know you personally, we've never you. Just don't come across that way to me. And I feel like I know you well, just just from listening to and I listen to you a lot probably I would say it was more than the average listener listens was awful lot. And I pick up on you know, how you are. Just to win the way you would act in certain situations. I feel like I promise and being able to pick up on some people and. And like I said, it's not a bad thing. I just don't don't come across as a compassionate person. And you have a lot of other good qualities. But you don't come across the be compassionate typers to me. I would just weird. I felt the call him. I didn't know you very well when you said training. Bad way when it comes to animals. Yeah. Well, I know you're good with dogs. Yeah. I mean, I had a dog too. I mean, I sort of inherited a dog and I lost him. Was a year ago November, but you ever go November. Maybe a type of situation that I would act a certain way, and that would be not compassionate. Well, I mean, just like a lot of your stores like say, for example. I mean, I've heard you tell a story like on the time. This first thing that came to mind when you asked that question in a lady was had some bags or something on a seat and you wanted to sit in that seat. And you you knew that she didn't want you to sit there. And I remember somebody else asked you other seats available, and you said there were there, do you? Remember? Yeah. But in your own little way you wanted to make a point. And you said I'm going to have to say she didn't move the bags if I remember correctly. And you just kinda got perturbed about that. And that's to me. That does become across like a compassionate person. I I know new making 'cause I've probably, you know, sometimes I would probably be know there were other pizza meal. But if they weren't to be able to make an issue of it, look, I wanna sit there, but but you went out of your way to make it a point. Because she had back there. And you knew that, you know, you probably shouldn't do that power capacity. Compassionate person. I would say, well, she must have something on her mind, or she's afraid of man or something I should be more compassionate know if. To a compassionate. I think it's just you would just looking to like. To start something with something that needs to be started. You should've just went salad another seat. Nick. There's nobody should have been no big deal conditioner said another seat. But you wanted to make an issue of it. So it that. But yours. Is that a matter of compassion at all? Oh, no. That's just saying that probably who probably compassion. Maybe now that I'm thinking about it. But they're just, but I know that's like a pet peeve. Yours is like on the T when someone who has his tying up. It's kind of like, I don't know if that's really what phone for the compassion thing or. How did you feel like it's like I said, I didn't mean I hope you don't feel insulted. Now, I'm a marathon saying it it just like. Like, I was felt by knowing you better than another caller, call up to brag, I guess. Compassionate. I mean, it depends on the situation. I guess. Well, if I had to like say competing with the other talk show hosts Bob Raleigh used to meet me and your shift years ago, probably three or four people before you someone like him now that he had like a quality of compassion. Did you ever listened to him or had compassion? Now. I'm talking about Raleigh. No, I didn't. I didn't know Bob. No. Yeah. If I had this compelling other people that have been in the slot. And he came across the very compassionate person. You know, maybe the other listeners who are regulars of this lot would understand what I'm trying to say well avenue. I give a dollar to every homeless person bomb have had had whatever you wanna call new policy Abuk. So there's that you talk. He told me that you said before that I called in one week because I remember you you were talking about. So why don't you have actually actually have a homeless person that went down? I think there would be a good guessing people could ask them, you know, what this story while you're homeless. It depends on that before I have thought of it. But they'd have to be somebody that could express themselves on the radio, not just any old homeless person would work. Yeah. We we actually have this one person is a female too. And she works. She's like a regular homes present in the north end people in northern the name is Marlene. But people are not that. I'm probably know what I'm talking about if listen, but she runs on the north end. And she seems like a well to little she tells, and I've talked to her times before just to get a feel for what she's like what type of person she is. But. Yeah. I can see what you're saying. Some people have issues and problems wouldn't come across well on the radio. Yeah. I think I volunteer actually volunteers. You get them in there. If they read to do it. It'll be an interesting guests we were discussing this. And then you said that you you didn't you broke your rule because you didn't give a dollar because he was somebody that day. I guess intimidated you and you didn't want to give them something that would that was super aggressive, dude. I'm not gonna money. Yeah. It's my party not to give any money. It's like I got into this argument with my son one time before because I'd give him some money, and then Faneuil hall, and he pulled some money out of your mind. I'll give you my I don't give you money to give my money away. Just like, you know, even though I have compassion for people. But it's just not, you know, for the most part most people down in my opinion. Due to some fault of their own. And so I find it very hard to get my hard-earned money to somebody like that. You know, there's so many programs and things out there that are available to people. I don't think that my daughter is going to make a difference. I feel that they're all getting some sort of assistance somewhere another in. They're just out there, hustling the money from people. I guess for me. I know I have no idea if they deserve it or not anymore. I just figure. You know, my life is pretty sweet, I can a buck is nothing. So I can get points in heaven for a buck. I'm gonna go ahead and do it. Yeah. We're living in downtown area. There are people like that roam around downtown. It's what I really hit ones interrupted traffic lights all the time, especially where I'm a driver at times. And then you know, when you have to go to the same thing over and over and said constantly, they're up to the same same light. Like, there's one when you drive through the the Greenway there, and you know, the fire houses down by the Continental Hotel just like every light along there. There's somebody all day long. Sometimes I wonder why they just don't get a job because they're there every morning like it's a job some people. It's like a shift to get to certain corners. You know, why don't they just get a job? They go through all the trouble to get to this light at seven o'clock in the morning. They stay here. All afternoon. Wanna just get a job? That's why I agree being a panhandler is harder than a lot of jobs. Why don't they just get a job? Well, the answer to that question is because they're already having getting benefits and they can't get a job with the benefit benefits Muslim get housing. Most them get food stamps, and they'd read that's like extra money up here or they're mentally ill. And just can't really deal. I have to run because I had to make a quick break. And then talk to Bob in New Hampshire. Bob rally. Like, I said, I hope I didn't insult you. And I love you. I'm good. Thank you. So Bob in New Hampshire will be next. And then Tommy in Alabama coming up on WBZ. So you can talk. Jay Jay talking. WBZ NewsRadio.
"abuk" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Right. Here will impeach judge Cavanaugh they will go after the president and impeach him in this country into a constitutional crisis. We haven't seen and we're certainly not willing to go there. Most people in my district. Don't want to go there. They want government. Get results. And so this, is course midterm. I don't think people realize well, actually, I think they're starting to realize thanks to people like you next. What daycare? Now, I'm with you is congressman Jason Lewis district to Republican the great state of Minnesota. He's running for re election AG Craig is the challenger. She challenged in two years ago and lost. Here's the thing. I I've looked and I can't really see where she's debated you on the issues. And if we go through the history of what you've accomplished in just two years, we're talking about an economy, that's booming crazy, lower taxes for every Minnesota and everybody who's listening who pays taxes corporate taxes lowered. So we can build new jobs people getting bonuses and raises that they never expected because of your work, and because of the work of President Donald Trump did people understand exactly how good it is. And here's the second part of that. Is there a fear your mind Jason that people get fat and happy as listen things are going great. I'm not going to rock the boat and go vote, I think up until the cabin on hearings. When people saw the depth almost the political depravity of what some of these folks are willing to go, right? I think I might have been true. I do think people on our side are realizing just how crucial this midterm. But you still got to get out and vote in your quite right about our accomplishments is not only getting the economy going again at four four and a half percent and six percent increase in after-tax, take home pay about career and technical education, which I've led on a Bill passed that includes our language in it. It's about working at criminal Justice reform. It's about reforming the metropolitan council which here in Minnesota is one Abuk and citizens in the second district know all about that. But my opponent doesn't want to take a stand on anything least of all Medicare for all socialized medicine. Lisa ball, sanctuary cities and building a border wall. Even though she's taking money from Kirsten gillibrand of All Saints. He's going to impeach and vote for Nancy Pelosi. So what they're going to do. Joe? I guarantee it will find more old radio clips they can throw out there because they are standing for nothing. They have no plan to attack and smear. Well, how did things change? Should. She got forbid win the race. I mean, the the people who are listening in. You know, highly rated we are now a KTEL K and everywhere else in Minnesota, people are listening very closely right now how bad. Could things get if the the left does. In fact, win the house if you're unseated, which I don't think should happen. Well, look, if the if the Democrats take over the house, and my opponent is elected and boats for Nancy Pelosi for speaker what you will have given the the tens of thousands of dollars Pelosi. Here's another Pelosi fundraiser this cycle. So that will happen. You will see the country grind to a halt. If you think the cavenaugh hearings were good for America. You will love the house under Nancy Pelosi, and Angie, Craig that is a fact, and that's what's on the ballot in November. It's as simple as that. You want chaos? You want resistance, you want riots, or do you want result in those are all great questions? And you're actually you're absolutely spot on I've been calling it the cavenaugh bounce fort. Unfortunately, it happened for him and his family, and unfortunately, it happened for for for Blasi Ford. She was used as much as he was used when Spartacus says things like it doesn't really matter at this point. If he's innocent or guilty. We just have to stop this Americans on both sides, including those who are center left said enough. I can't vote for these people..
"abuk" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Should it okay strongly disciplined said shaath greenberg spoke at their tip off by the honor and data in jail that are just kill killed it killed it helped pay for jaggi greenberg law school that was good but auburn without mac l'amour slippin uh trip in a slip i think they're just slip thinking we get by charleston but i think this can be very best book i can't name you one player charles and i can't name you the coach i can't name early grant earl great i love her i'll grant uh was ill guard back in the day or ground lives lied he was also says the brabourne and yes earl grant is charleston guy came home well then i'm rooting for him but i don't think they can get it done in this game i kind of agreement though are this is another interesting aim tcu arizona state syracuse here's my take i think the winner of the arizona state searches game will win or whomever that is will win the first round game it be tcu now do not as confident if it's syracuse because jay amy dixon seen that zone actually at when he was a pity a lot of success can circus but syracuse o'meara percent i think that frank howard's been pretty good in and i'm thyssen pious battles he that that did israel three guys after blade grain according to jim bay harmon ozone early that you mentioned i think that syracuse because of the size of this on this big zone s uh lou guards in arizona state i think syracuse wins that and i'm gonna take syracuse over tcu i'm unlike t see lately i think they're just average at best linda point guard alps roberts secret shell officials on and yoga one team that i thought played against syracuse zone really well north carolina didn't beat him bad i i like syracuse to get it in advance and when to games will view have win two i'll evening to you aar ladies yeah because as you can stay book now nanofood land than now and zach thomas a pretty good abuk now they're good for them good for the them here.
"abuk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Shenzhen were also down about a similar margin but angsting index now up one eighty nine up sixtenths of 1 percent a dull yen one seven sixty seven euro abuk 2003 doug to you okay brian thanks so much we heard from the new fed chair today jerome powell suggesting the central bank will stay with plans for gradual interest rate increases now bloomberg's cameron christ tells us powell is sticking to his usual script of trying not to make waves on the federal reserve wife with 2012 and hasn't really much of a in confirmed the memorable com very before the other thing to consider to is this not related to the commentary from cameroon there but the number two position at the fed the vicechair is vacant and we are told that the president of the cleveland fed bank loretta mestre is being considered for that role by the way she is generally known for her hawkish tendencies well president trump says tariffs i renault sent to stop steel and aluminum dumping by countries including china pit doping destroying our industry and destroying the families of workers and we can't let that happen trump committed at a bipartisan gathering today house ways and means chairman kevin brady calls the pa the president is considering oldfashioned chemotherapy we're looking at a cheers in singapore airlines up about three percent right now bloomberg's hustling into almond tells us this is after web shoppers lifted profits to a sevenyear high singapore a spending eight hundred fifty million dollars to refit.
"abuk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Any time for your movers and shakers the on this tuesday afternoon i'm carol massar lower cory johnson sp 500 different tone certainly today just two days in we had a lot of selling of course yesterday and today we saw all the major equity averages bounceback as charlie mention as for the sp 500 three hundred ninety nine names in the s p higher today a hundred and four lower to unchanged as we speak gili added odd crossing gilead sciences crossing with their latest quarterly release fourthquarter justed eps abuk seventy eight that is a beat by eleven cents it looks like get us levin sense 167 was the estimate out there on the street revenue also of beating estimates as well and the company boosting its quarterly dividend of fifty seven cents a share that up a nickel us reporting a ten percent boosted its first quarter twenty 18 dividend as her fourth quarter revenue let's go there 59 billion that compares with the estimate of five point seventy one billion so gilead sciences out with earnings core though the stock is down about half a percent me after hours trade so it looks like one of their products of all the uh some numbers there looks like i may be down to that might be a little bit of a disappointment so that but advertise see market though be one for them up seven percent start odor starbucks pete the thing treated up thirty two percent while a trend labour a total of ninety three percent laws from people went home thinking that they had something quite valuable history losing billions dollars today well here's the stock retires going up in the after hours aca my that stock is up six point seven percent in the after tech firm massachusetts they go nestle don ten point seven billion dollar market cap coming out with its latest quarterly release a fourth quarter revenue sixty six hundred and sixty three million dollars that's a beat estimates from analysts were six hundred forty nine point one million and the first quarter just it eps sixty nine cents a share so that six cents better than now what wall street was expecting so as i mentioned that stocks give me one that room be watching a into tomorrow because it's up about six point three percent in the after hours and i'll mention net gear to out with results in occurs the big maker of networking equipment
"abuk" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Relations as much as the other party that of the us in this case is willing to do that was a president vladimir putin speaking through a translator labor disputes are weighing on the nordic regions busiest ports gulf abuk house reported its steepest decline in container volumes and it threatens swedish exports bloomberg's magnus on has the latest in ongoing labor conflict hurt capacity in volume somersaulted in customers moving goods to other swedish ports for even to harvest as far afield as germany but let her go from extending a reputation of the nordic regions biggest and most important containerport of for instance which exports and challenges to countries make a model in stockholm nicklaus minus on bloomberg daybreak europe and tunisian prime minister yusef shot head expects the nation's economy to turn a corner by 2020 his administration is facing a wave of protests over living standards that have been too slow to improve since the arab spring in 2011 he told bloomberg the government is working to reduce spending revived exports and entities social measures we succeeded i think that his new democracy ottawa gordon watson successful succinct so the cia does not as the countries the eldr group of seven that he loves to create jobs global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred john lewis john analysts in more than 120 countries i'm alkas calls this is boom bag honor thanks very much marquez said we are going to be joined shortly by islam by chief us economist steve blitz he'll be joining us following the state of the union address in the united states in the late how is there and also fed chair janet yellen final policy meeting lots to talk about with him and it'll be interesting to see what he makes of trump's speech the president trying to connect himself i think in a little in a little bit with ronald reagan calling for a look at prosperity in an american moment kind of referencing the american morning that the gipper talked about how you can see that story on most read a lot of stories marcus told us as well read ad d on your bloomberg as well as that alpine ski.
"abuk" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Investment dash models dot com tell finished up forty one apple down to eighty caterpillar down a buck but goldman sachs backup five home depot a buck jp morgan abuk american express the buck three i'm a buck travels the buck strong day for the financial y interest rates on the long in ticked up a little bit more as you keep rates on the low at the short in low and up on the other end margins expand has since rates overall load skull goods that so financials at a good they transports throwdown 160 bad they there was down to something at one time what what happ what the trail today transports airlines got whacked united airlines i think was down nine on their numbers at the rest follow suit you don't a basic thing how these airlines can go down kuettel how much money they are making on the alicarte i still remember what they started charging for luggage i said no way that passengers will go for this knock not gonna last nice call gary now they charge of the charge for a better see this seat that scene so the airlines didn't help today we'll big loser was semiconductors but maybe that'll change tamar why because lam research close the 200 nine today down six it's up nine of the aftermarket good numbers but the story was texas instruments finish down ten today that really tops the stock alpha now numbers not that great so semiconductor down a big juicy thirty two we'll see what happens amar just pretty much all read it semiconductor lamp r s p downhill wanted change nasdaq down 45 nasdaq one hundred down forty five small midcaps down i mentioned the transports already advanced declines twelve sixteen of new york at nineteen other nasda also the dollar against other currencies continues to get slaughtered so commodities had another decent day copper was up very strong like three four percent which means if you're travelling to europe right now it's getting a little well it's about one twenty it was almost par nope six months ago a big story today was.
"abuk" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And you know what we're talking about now really kind of gets back to what we talk about a lot and that's being able to know how to do rotation may be moved from one sector to another you know the the market's going to do where it's going to do we can't control that what we can control is how we react to it and that's what the pros do that's what we teach people how to do just know when the market is doing things there are certain assets sir certain strategies you can use to take advantage of it that's what we teach our students so just don't just sit there and hope things go a certain way that's not a plan just know how to react and in you will always find a trade uh a a an opportunity that is profitable if you knew how to use different assets and get the ahead of the game and you talk about profitable being profitable outlook at i wrap last week all the right moves the movie 1983 with leotard time rochester girl a bribe right up steel though pennsylvania town the reason i like the movie is can steal so i brought up united states steel corp ticker symbol x is twain are as twenty nine dollars and thirty cents a share i brought up that last week on wednesday it was up a buck abuk eighty nine to thirty one to ours some two cents on friday was up another buck 32 as up four percent outs at around thirty three dollars a share so we're head of the game why now not mi an expert on wall street no i'm not right out but guess what we're ahead of the game right and you know you're making money you to listen to show last week raid you know and and it's easy if you know what you're doing you know there are certain things that you look at you mentioned you a steel well you know that's one.
"abuk" Discussed on This Week In Marvel
"Len she's she's all messed up with the venom she's hungry all the time in the she's eating i love that she gets to eat all this stuff yeah she gets but she have four corn dogs three pizza slices to bags a streetcar nuts abuk it of chicken wings wrapped in pizza and she still hungry i want to eat all that the suffered the bodega bandit yeah no data who who like if i you know we could getting a little more about bodega it and you know that's there's some interesting stuff their neck teesoff a bunch of people because things are happened a little bit differently we get to see the rate richards of this world who i i think it gregory uh he's wonderful there's a really funny sequence in the prison quinn is going to to talk to cindy moon who she had previously put away in these spider women aren't kasindi moon we know correct kasindi moon of windsor yeah and then you have these two like agents security guard guys talking and the guy one guy goes you know keeps you have a night the dunk um dunkin' donut slow go and he goes i mean how is their mascot not a doughnut playing basketball read me so it makes sense hyun's are the best you tired right into the pons can i can can i make a note here because i i feel i feel that jason the tour and i have some parallel thinking going on in this in this realm if you'll allow me this is my big pitch dunkin' donuts if you're out there listening please contact me okay there's a basketball player named tim duncan right very famous a hall of famer in the future anyway here's the commercial tim duncan is standing in the foreground in basketball gym he's holding it a dona he takes it and dips it into a coffee then he runs down the court and does a sweet slam into the hoop when he lands he turns directly to the camera and says tim duncan duncan dunkin' donuts doughnuts.
"abuk" Discussed on WCTC
"And your boarding of meterologist tony silimo 1450 wctc forecast the sunshine today will go into increasing clouds later on reducing rain coming in between one and four pm to shift to noon or is forty five to fifty two rain early it'll taper off from midnight the clouds will break a little bit later on down to bell forty tomorrow partly sunny to mostly sunny with a high fifty to fifty five down to thirty four nine of the partly cloudy skies and for thursday looks like we'll have sunshine and a few clouds highs back into the middle 50s with the 1450 wctc forecast i'm meteorologist tony silimo in than ellen thirty six burners thirty five and a rental thirty six degrees and clear wctc news time is six those seven dive now for a check on sports the angelo russell scored twenty three points as the nets got by the ninety eight and ninety two in phoenix joe harris added eighteen points off the bench for brooklyn which earned its first roadway win in five tries this season the nets had lost four in a row over all and are now foreign six on the seas and they continue their fivegame road trip in denver tonight the next close out their five game homestand tonight against the hornets tip off from madison square garden is at seven thirty new york has won three of the first for having beaten denver phoenix and indiana while losing to houston the next of wine five of their last six centeno and three start charlotte is five and five arrange score three powerplay goals in an emptynetter in the third period to rally past the blue jackets five to three in msg pelt of abuk nevada snapped at three and all thai and michael grabbed his second goal of.
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"National football league give right now the lions or one of those examples where they could easily be six in one or they aren't you go to the court the controversial call all the way last time we were sitting here and i was slightly distracted among i football against the atlanta falcons paul how you ruled out of touch down and in reverse it i have absolutely no idea but that's one of those plays that is the difference when it comes to winning a game in the national football league so you know this is one of those games on the road in green bay cold weather a foreign three packer squad regret holly a quarterback then matthew stafford tonight is playing like an allpro amini he's the first half twelve of fourteen abuk thirty seven to one touchdown but they have to finish this game now up seventeen three would just over nine minutes to go on the third quarter and finishing it can be a problem and i think all the national football it should be easier for them to finish when you got bread holding on the other side of the call now bread sacked down because it's always been doing thirteen of eighteen but eighty yards i don't know if they don't have any confidence in him that he can push the ball deep or he can't but that continues it is going to continue to be a problem for the green bay packers right now trailing detroit seventeen to three with nine will seek to play in the third quarter that game on monday night football on espn will keep an eye on that game to conclusion right here on friday and fits were also ten minutes away from the who we choose a quarterback game that's in minutes twenty minutes from who's more ripe for an upset involving number one georgia and number two alabama in 20 minutes right here in new york be in.
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"Doing this in football no bnfl makoma back to my community and being able to do whatever i can work with the kids in our community now i'm still doing it i'm just doing it in a different way you know and i'm able to do it in law enforcement also also offers or what coaching and being able to be invested in my community and giving back to these kids are letting them know that you know hey you can jim bigger than y you know were towed for what were shown as far as being just a young black or brown kid now no one is in his first year as a defensive coast coach for cleveland and his first year as a state patrol trooper that's a job where he sees the divide between police in communities of color on a regular basis it hurts me as a cop i pull over somebody spicy black or brown in on one occasion they'll have their hands their when palumbo their legit scared of a cop bared their heads for would not put them down i literally had to lichtman as i listen man you're okay you can put your head and he fought he slowly put them down and was scared the whole time it's not supposed to be like that and i bought now this is a climate nolan is trying to change the state patrol trooper one traffic stop at a time this is not my identity now do this as a job this is what i do my duty as service to people martin help helping pmi daily soap and kids you know what i pull over somebody in are able to at the end of the day whether given particular now mabel to shake their hands hey may and all year and take about man thank you for your service because of how you you know talk to me you didn't topdown moment for me that's huge that is huge and the way the i got to know nolan inhalers l abuk live in our studio now is there's a sergeant with the with the state patrol her name is surgery courtney steward she's on the introduced me to the arena in his rondo i've taught there's different types of arenas and i'm an arena right now that i that i've shared where on really try to.
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"The feel the pressure i think that the fact that they attend the meetings in the fact that the meetings drag on and on his itself an effort at least it appears to be in all these people told us that they thought this was what was happening was that they were just slowing at all down so that the uh the temperature would lower and then they could go back to business as usual in uh in these arguments about abuk uncontrolled the nra's main anxiety at that moment is not losing is not seeing something enacted it's not looking soft to their own membership and to the substantial number of americans who probably number in the millions who think the nra is not tough enough suddenly the nra stop cooperating with manchin stopped returning their emails stop calling we're out here where the national rifle association we're never going to give in on anything but slowly but surely what the bill is about what they can do the parents begin to discover the political processes about wittling down and getting to yes and getting the yes in this case was a very small piece of legislation that even that in the end uh dis on his vote the a's are fifty four the nays are 46 the admendment is not agreed to reorder in the senate and appearance from sandy hook and the people from kebbi gifford's district in two son and other uh victims and their families that are there in the in the gallery and they just they cannot believe what has happened with the political promise after the promises that were made to them and the assurances that were given to them by everybody from the president of the united states on.
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"Podium yesterday finishing fourth in the two hundred metres freestyle celtic face rosen in vogue in the opening leg of their champions league thirdround qualify later this week seen recalls the marseille readying a twenty million pound bid for striking move sedan valet british tennis number three thousand german open campaign lights at his march against brazilian ruggierio of chris silva was cancelled yesterday in steady place jose annan does in the first round this morning and the morgan herself of the south grouping crickets t twenty blast thanks to victory over gloucestershire and the northern section door remained without a win in this season's competition after being thrashed by nothing in fear elsewhere in the north group warwickshire beat leicestershire darvish just so rough lancashire door romanov's abuk in action again later when they face yorkshire and worcestershire that is a european sports news now here's some things to wash it today for the us market apron we get earnings from cake food burying has seven pm uk time it's the fed's policy decision and then after the wall street claes we get numbers from facebook also to watch a french consumer confidence at 745 at this morning and the uk gdp fitted nine thirty she not still ahead here on bloomberg daybreak europe more on that says senate health care debate does yesterday's vote opens up several days of debate to replace obamacare will progress we also have a jeff sessions attorney general in trouble with donald trump today right here this is the how berdon llp accountants and advisors celebrates 100 years by looking back at the memorable moments in new york history on july 28th 1917 the year after the stonewall riots sparked the lgbt civil rights movement new yorkers assembly christopher street to march in the.
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"Arsenal the core keep be kennedy tori peter she's going to school you'll be kennedy you can sure but gave beat her way gold and you're going down oh no gained jebby kennedy brought to you by good friends a kumble informs wanna say good morning to beckie from walpole one becky pie good becky apparently has a stellar driving record just like you candida oh yeah well i've gotten better time better that's what i felt like that policies of metro car solution a bumper is what it is happen he got one on the front has that's what i figure becky where you kick kennedy out of the studio please very kennedy can you please leave the studio choosing not anke vecchi's daughter tragedy also with this morning so there are five pop culture trivia questions you get more i think kennedy you're gonna when yourself one hundred dollars remember if you tie kennedy that is still considered a lost few did you catch the cheat friday afternoon with greg daniels now that would have no i know are you a safe driver no law live here we go question over one wonderwoman back on track are reportedly track excuse me to make it lease ninety five million dollars this past weekend what indestructible item does wonderwoman wear on her body that she uses to deflect off coming attacks such as bullets or risk banned question to the animated kids movie captain underpants did o k at the weekend box office polling enormous his 24 million dollars tough koenig about because one whom it right what was the movie based off of a tv show or a book abuk questioning three in the lyrics to the chain smoker song featuring coal play the song something just like this what does superman do just before he left take a lesson the militants the tests dunes than ruled the it's so what does he do rhode arroyo like arrive cooper man a okay pike he was dead okay question number four the new season the curb your enthusiasm begins sunday october i who is the star and creator of the show oh god all right and question questionable five lindsay lohan is launching her own jewelry lie low him was a target of this group of these deby teenagers who.