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Fresh update on "adam" discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:24 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "adam" discussed on No Laying Up

"You don't need to play all 18. And players love it and yeah, I love those too. And then you get two you get like the M's get two pros. How many of you guys how many everyday offers can say, hey, I played with two professionals in one day. Now, on the opposite end of that, let's say you are on the back end. Let's say you were filling in for a pro at let's say three 45 p.m. in Springfield, Missouri on the corn ferry tour where it's 90° and 90% humidity. And that 9 holes takes three hours. Let's say. So three 45 6 45 before you're even in your car ready to go back to your hotel or your private housing wherever. And let's say you have a 7 AMT time the next day, like that is the one thing it just doesn't make any sense to me. They obviously have control of the tee times. Can we just fix this issue to where they're in the late early or late early wave and you get a chance to rest? We got to play the pro am. Again, I'm not complaining about my job, but it's just little things like that. That seems minor, but Wednesday afternoons at tour events. It's shut down. People get home. Get rested. You got four more days of this that it's kind of a go to thing. Like, whoever you see on the range at four 30 or 5 on a Wednesday, like, don't put your money on that guy. He's looking at something right now. You should be done with your prep by then. For sure. So I see what you're getting at there. That's innocent enough. I don't think you'll get in trouble for that one. No, I could see. I could see your wheels turning a couple steps ahead. Yeah. Well, let's talk about your path to getting to the PGA Tour. And I don't know where that where that starts for you. I'm sure there's a million different ways we can go with that. But let's start with your closest calls. You've been very close to you've been in the moment. You've been extremely extremely close, especially speaking of 2018. You had an 8 foot birdie putt on the last all the corn ferry Tor championship to secure your PGA Tour card. Let's go through some of that and we'll get to building up to the moment where you're also faced with that scenario, which we know how it ends. But going back to that time, what was that like to be to be a shot out? And I enjoyed the story you've told Kevin price to about requesting that video from him as well as another one that you requested from him. Yeah, so 2018 was my first year of having guaranteed starts on the corn ferry tour. I had finally made it to finals of Q school for the third time and finished. Then it was top 45. Now it's top 40, which we'll go back to, that's a whole nother story, for sure. But I ended up finishing 62nd on the regular season money list had one top ten, which was a solo third in Louisiana. And ended up finishing, like I said, 62nd, go into the finals, web dot com finals at the time. Miss the cut by a shot in Columbus. Which is an event that I love just being from Ohio, being in Columbus, just any time I get to play in Ohio, it's a fun feeling. You being from Ohio, I can I'm sure you share that same thing. And then we had the Cleveland event the next week. Actually, I think we had a week off. Either way, made the cut in Cleveland. It's got to throw out a first pitch at Indians game, childhood dream of mine, do a strike. It borderlines. I have the video. Someone, someone might have Senate way over the fence, but that's, again, another story. But no, I made the cut there, finished 30 seconds. Then I think we had a week off, then I finished 9th and Boise, which put me in a spot that I've really never been in a spot to really get a PGA Tour. I was 26th entering the tour championship that week in Atlantic beach shot. I think 8 under the first two days, made the cut comfortably shot 6 under the third round, played really well coming down the stretch, take a shot four under on the back 9. Like I said, a position I've never really been in. And I'm playing with two guys that day, Adam svensen and Adam shank who have their cards locked up. They both got them locked up in the regular season. It's just kind of all on me. Cameras weren't really around us all day. Got off to a decent start, was under par early. Something that a lot of people don't know is I think it's the 5th or 6th hole. It's the first of back to back par 5 there. I was in the middle of the fairway had like two 35 pin and hit a hit a three iron that was right at it. And it hits a sprinkler head. And goes over the green and all of a sudden, I'm a foot away from being out of bounds. And now I'm like struggling to make par on this par 5 when the ball is in the air in my second shot. I'm thinking possible, eagle definite birdie, like if I walk off with par, I'm going to be not discouraged by it, but not too happy with it at the same time. And that's when it starts to kind of like, okay, like this is real like this is happening. I haven't looked at a lot of leaderboards, but I know it's playing easy and whatnot. So go through the whole back 9. I think I'm 100 for the day. Haven't really made any birdies. I get to the 17th hole and I just happened to glance at a leaderboard and I see I'm projected 26. So I'm like, okay, I need I know I need something. So the 17th hole is a kind of a risk reward part. It's kind of short. Where the pin is at, I don't think it's smart to hit driver. Hit 5 iron off T and I hit a 60° from like 83 yards to two feet. So make birdie. And I'm like, okay, that birdie definitely helped one more would probably seal it for sure. 18 is a reachable par 5. It's probably 530 yards. I hit a decent drive down the left side of the fairway. And I've got it was like two 32 pin. I think it was like two 16 cover on the bunker or something like that. And I'm aiming right edge of the green trying to draw one in there. And I hit it perfect. It's just not drawing a hair. And I'm like, kind of looking at it trying to edge it more and more toward the pin. And I see it kind of kick hard and it looking at the coverage afterward it kicked off this kind of back edge of a bunker and it ended up going up back up toward.

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49ers beat Vikings 34-26 for 3rd straight win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

49ers beat Vikings 34-26 for 3rd straight win

"In a matchup of two teams fighting for wild card spots the forty Niners defeated the Vikings thirty four to twenty six it was the third straight win for San Francisco which improved to six and five and R. sixty in the NFC Jimmy Garoppolo's seventeen of twenty six for two hundred thirty yards a touchdown and an interception rookie Elijah Mitchell ran for a hundred thirty three yards and a score meanwhile the Vikings are now in seventh place in the loss Kirk cousins was twenty of thirty two for two hundred and thirty eight yards two touchdown passes to Adam Phelan an interception Riley on Santa Clara

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Greece, Facing Surging Cases, Adds Restrictions for the Unvaccinated

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Greece, Facing Surging Cases, Adds Restrictions for the Unvaccinated

"The Czech Republic and Slovakia have approved new coronavirus restrictions targeting unvaccinated people amid a surge of infections in both countries check health minister Adam Vojtech says most unvaccinated people will no longer be able to go to everyday places such as bars restaurants headdresses and public gatherings only people who are vaccinated or who have recovered from cabbage nineteen will remain eligible in Slovakia the unvaccinated will be banned from all nonessential stores and shopping malls the also not be allowed to attend public events I'm will be required to test twice a week to go to work I'm

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ZOA's David Schoen: Jan. 6 Congressional Committee Is a 'Complete Sham'

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

ZOA's David Schoen: Jan. 6 Congressional Committee Is a 'Complete Sham'

"So basically what you're saying is you want to let the process play out with the courts with the challenges because what they're demanding is well beyond I can ever think of a Congress demanding from a former president and his allies or staff or advisers or whatever I don't ever remember a case like this This sort of thing Am I right about that And think about you're right about that And think about this some more First of all there are office of legal counsel opinions directly on this that they are not to subpoena executive branch and even former executive branch people for this kind of thing Secondly what mister Bannon asked for was simply to have a representative of the person who invoked the privilege present so that they can make a item by item objection during the testimony of something came as privileged but think about this Think about who is demanding these items and the vindictive nature of this punishment You have a committee here that's a complete sham The American people deserve better If you really want to investigate the facts of what happened on January 6th then you don't have it headed up by chairman Benny Thompson Chairman Benny Thompson sued president Trump And in that lawsuit he represented to the court that the entire incident was instigated by president Trump himself that president Trump supported white supremacists that he Thompson's life was put in grave danger And this is the responsibility of the president How on earth can the American people stand to have someone like that leading an investigation That's no investigation What happens when it comes with effects that dispute that Then you've got Adam Schiff on there His history is well known I think to your listeners Jamie Raskin Jamie raski was the lead prosecutor president Trump's impeachment in which he specifically alleged that the president was responsible for January 6th This is a sham And these are the people demanding the documents Thompson has his own interest saying that he was personally put in danger And now criminal charges brought against mister Bannon Changing his

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Gregg Jarrett on Adam Schiff's Disgraceful Legacy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Gregg Jarrett on Adam Schiff's Disgraceful Legacy

"Greg Gerry, you sent me a piece on Friday entitled Adam Schiff's disgraceful legacy. Right there, we heard him say the following. Anyone who lied to Christopher Steele. Or the FBI should be prosecuted. What about chairman of the intelligence committee of the House of Representatives who lied to America for four years about their having seen the quote incontrovertible evidence of Russian collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow? There are a lot of liars associated with the great Russia hoax and the ensuing witch hunt. Hillary Clinton, Christopher Steele, Igor steel source, I'd add James Comey to the list. But in my book, I wrote in the column, the most remorseless liar of all the flagrant huckster of hysteria over the Russia hoax is none other than Adam Schiff. Which Sean Hannity loves to call shifty shift. I mean, he is the most mendacious of them all. I mean, he is the top of the party not in terms of who lied the most and most often for four years. That's right. You know, he'd walk a mile for a camera shift did hundreds and hundreds of interviews with the stock up media. They didn't know a damn thing because they didn't bother to actually investigate any of the allegations or try to corroborate any of the dossier they simply took it as gospel as if it were scripture from Moses. You know, and so they are winning accessories the media. But they were played for fools. They were winning dupes. And at the hands of people, like Adam Schiff, who kept insisting over and over again, week after week year after year for years that he had in convertible evidence that Trump was a Russian asset who plotted with Putin in the bowels of the Kremlin to steal the 2016 election he said he had concrete evidence, absolute evidence, he'd seen it with his own eyes. We're just on the verge of the big reveal and he promised again and again, he was going to reveal it, but oh, you know, it's classified information right

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Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

"You hear it. This is a Washington Post columnist. And she used to call herself a conservative. I don't think she even bothers anymore. She's not. She's a conservative Republican Trump hating angry, angry little woman. I mean, man, is she nasty? And I remember seeing her on Tucker Carlson one night and it was so embarrassing the way Tucker just sliced and diced her. And this is what these folks need to keep doing because it confirms what we suspect that they really don't get it. They don't New Jersey, Virginia meant nothing to them. They think it was a blip on the radar. They think that Biden's 38% approval rating in The Washington Post ABC News poll? This week, pay no attention to that. They doubled down as evidenced by one gen Reuben. The mainstream media is part of this. They cover these issues. And then they go right back to having Republicans on talk shows asking them about other issues. Allowing them to air their phony grievances. Rather than grilling them incessant about why they tolerate this behavior. This is fascistic behavior. This is what fascist regimes do. They use extra outside the balance of reasonable democratic small D methods of getting their way. They intimidate they threat. They use the threat of violence. And this is absolutely intolerable. And it's been going on for years now in the Republican Party. And I think number one, the House should do something about it. And by the way, I think they might get a couple of Republican votes at least, both congresswoman Liz Cheney and congressman Adam kinzinger have said they might be inclined to go along with it, which I think would be very healthy. But I think you also have to have some new ground rules for the media. I think they have to stop treating Republicans like normal politicians. They're not normal politicians. This is not normal conduct. This is a party that spends its entire time cooking up these ridiculous cultural memes, fanning violence. And coming up with outright lies. We ought to just get out of their way. We ought to just get out of their way and let them keep spewing that kind of garbage and that ridiculousness let them keep doing it. Because we're going to win in such a massive

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Brian Kilmeade Digs Deep Into the Story of Frederick Douglass in Latest Book

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Brian Kilmeade Digs Deep Into the Story of Frederick Douglass in Latest Book

"Yeah and thanks for bringing me to that So what happens in life as soon as he started reading opening up his mind and really realizing what life could be reading about George Washington's Cicero Socrates the Bible And that's where they never told slaves to read because they thought a few educated and they want more We just want them to work for free And we all wanted to see what life could be because we wanted to think that they're inferior If you taught a slave to reiterate you could be arrested It was against the law He was determined to find another way Plus he was growing up in an area where you want his friends will wait Kids don't see color He was convinced of it he wrote about it because I'm convinced you don't see color adults make that And that's why it's just not digressed too much The CRT conversation you're having on a regular basis is not a side conversation It is the conversation because you're making first grade and look at their skin why You're making a fourth creator wonder if there are pressure why The two original question he tried is everything self esteem is everything So he they're trying to beat him and break him because he is so obstinate and so determined to matter questioning everything They sent him to a slave breaker And they slave breaker decide to do is going to work into the bone The way they describe it he was going through It sounds like he was dehydrated And instead of helping him they beat him He escapes and goes back to his original master And he goes you got to go back I licensed you Adam getting paid for this You got to go back So he has to go back And then all of a sudden you know he's going to get a beating Grabs his leg He breaks free to try to tie him up He won't have it He asks for help the guy when you get it So it's Douglas 17 years old against the slave breaker He goes I wouldn't attack him but every time he got close I busted him And went on for over an hour according to Douglas's biography and others And he gave me every guide that calls he beat the hell out

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'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

The Dan Bongino Show

03:15 min | 3 weeks ago

'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier

"So I guess Adam Schiff thought he was on the view and it was a safe space for him or whatever it is was he being micro aggressive or what But Morgan ortegas was having none of it So she asked him about his constant promotion of the dossier I want you to keep in mind as you're listening to this Keep this clearly in mind That Adam Schiff and I am quoting him directly please go to the Internet and double check me Always Double check everything I tell you Adam Schiff had said repeatedly that there was smoking gun evidence that Trump had colluded with the Russians We now know that whatever Adam's shift said was evidence was in fact nonsense created by the Clinton campaign And notice how he doesn't apologize I want you to notice here he throws out another debunk conspiracy theory that Paul Manafort was dealing with a Russian intelligence agent Constantine kilimnik That's who he's talking about in this cut Constant the kilimnik was in fact a source for the Obama administration too So if Paul Manafort was dealing with some Russian spy then we have a damage assessment to do about the Biden Obama Biden administration which had trusted this guy This is a great clip Did you cut it into two No the whole thing Okay all right play that cut And let's not forget what we learned in that investigation We learned that the Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was giving internal polling data campaign polling data to Russian intelligence while Russian intelligence was helping the Trump to be clear if he was fired halfway through the campaign Well he may have been fired Yeah But the effort to get Russian help continued and even beyond the effort to get Russian help But you made president information yourself for years by promoting this I think that's what Republicans and what people who entrusted you as they Intel committee chair are so confused about your culpability in all of this Well I completely disagree with your premise It's one thing to say allegations should be investigated and they work It's another to say that we should have foreseen an advance that some people were lying to Christopher Steele which is impossible of course to do But let's not use that as a smokescreen to somehow shield Donald Trump's culpability for inviting Russia to help him in the election which they did for trying to course Ukraine into helping him in the next election Which he did into inciting an erection insurrection which he did None of that is undercut None of that serious misconduct is in any way diminished by the fact that people lie to Christopher Steele No I think just your credibility is Did he say Donald Trump was inciting an erection You would like to say that on the radio Yeah I thought I heard that right Adam get your head out of the gutter Get your head out of the gutter you slob Disgusting Adam Schiff it's gross Talk like that on the radio But notice how he continues to parrot fairytales that no one could have possibly known Christopher Steele was lying Really Because the FBI as of January of 2017 when they interviewed Christopher Steele determined that Christopher Steele was in fact

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Rangers hold off Panthers, hand Florida 1st regulation loss

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rangers hold off Panthers, hand Florida 1st regulation loss

"The Rangers have prevented the Panthers from tying the best twelve game start in an NHL season your sister can made a season high forty two saves and the Rangers built a four nothing lead before holding off the Panthers for three Chris Kreider and Adam fox each had a goal in the first period before K. Andrea Miller and Ryan Strome scored thirty seconds apart in the second Kreider has five goals in his last six games Sam Reinhart had one of the Panthers three goals I think it was a combination if you did a good job of keeping us the outside in and we did do a good enough job of you know penetrating the middle and making it tough on on on them defensively record quest had a goal and an assist for the Panthers I'm Dave Ferrie

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Tucker's overtime kick gives Ravens 34-31 win over Vikings

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tucker's overtime kick gives Ravens 34-31 win over Vikings

"Justin Tucker's thirty six yard field goal with nineteen seconds left in overtime gave the ravens a thirty four thirty one win over the Vikings to move to six and two on the year the ravens rally from fourteen points down and took the lead when living on bill scored from a yard out what Kirk cousins hit Adam Phelan with a one yard scoring pass to tie the game Lamar Jackson threw for two hundred sixty six yards and three scores it's the third time this year he has come from double digit deficits to win a game I rather not be facing bomb but I think that we we fight as you know we we believe in each other you know we got for you know we were just talking about that enough you got to keep going hopefully will be no more overtime games cousins threw two touchdown passes but the Vikings fall to three and five Craig heist Baltimore

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Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

"Folks I am talking to Joel berry not to be confused with crunch berry or really any berry, Joel berry you're your own man, and you grew that beard of your own volition. Did you grunt it out in hopes of landing a gig with the Babylon bee? Because I know that if they see an unbearded youth walk in, they just think like he's probably not reforms enough for us, right? Yeah. Well, I was hired and I started reading spurgeon and like the next morning, it just was incredible. I'm going a beard virtually all the time. But I just shave it off before anybody notices. But I want you to know that it's there. You know, it's happening, basically. It's happening as much as your beard is happening. It's growing about the same rate. See that sometimes. I think you should the next few years. If you take certain vitamins, you could like grunt it out in four days. It's unbelievable. Okay, so here's my question for you. When you were growing up, like ten minutes ago, who were your heroes? Who were your comedy heroes? Is there anything that influenced you or what's your comedy thing? Well, you know it came a little bit later in life. I'll be honest. I was homeschooled very sheltered. You know, I grew up in the world where you know you don't watch The Simpsons, you know, you stay away from The Simpsons. So I had to kind of play catch up later on. But I want to know what level are we talking? It's one thing to avoid The Simpsons. It's another thing to turn your own butter. Like where were you on that spectrum? You were maybe a step above churning our own butter. We were pretty long Jean skirts on the ladies. Oh yes. And like a whole Holly hobby kind of aesthetic? Yeah. So those early Apple on B jokes where we would talk about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, introducing its first baptist supermodel in the long Jean skirt. Those jokes were also too good. It's too good. So yeah, so what did so when did you I mean, was it reading the onion? What was it? What were you reading that made you think I want to do this? Unless it was the B itself. Yeah, it was the B itself, you know? I think the bee was originally inspired by what the onion did. Our founder Adam Ford, he read an onion headline shortly after the Alberta fell decision when they redefine the meaning of marriage at the Supreme Court. And it was something to the effect of forced Supreme Court Justices suddenly realized that they will be the villains in an upcoming Oscar winning movie. You know? And that's a pretty good headline, right? Yeah, it's very good. And I think Adam at that point, he read that. And even though he vehemently disagreed with the point of view of the onion, he had to respect the joke. Why aren't we doing

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Braves win first World Series since 1995, beating Astros in Game 6

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Braves win first World Series since 1995, beating Astros in Game 6

"Thirty three run Homer broke a scoreless tie as the Atlanta Braves won their first World Series title since nineteen ninety five after beating the Houston Astros seven to nothing in game six Celera's Homer was his third of the series and all of them came when the game was tied at earning him series MVP race first baseman Freddie Freeman says a layer is a special player we've known what he can do for so long is I mean two years ago to send fifty Homer so it's actually pretty incredible he did in the World Series getting coded and beef in the NLCS and missing ten days and come back and not missing a beat that's hard to do in this game Backstreet earned the win by holding the Astros scoreless over six innings allowing just four singles the Braves hit three home runs in the game and over the course of the series they out homered the Astros eleven to two Adam

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 Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

"AP sports I'm guessing call block the World Series is headed back to Houston after the Astros rally past the Braves in game five Marwin Gonzalez had a tiebreaking two run bloop single in the fifth to make it seven to five on the way to Houston's nine to five wins Martine Maldonado drove in three runs and Carlos Correa had a pair of RBIs for the Astros who host game six Tuesday Adam duvall had a first inning grand slam at Freddie Freeman added a solo shot for the Braves in the NFL the saints topped the Buccaneers thirty six to twenty seven after losing starting quarterback Jameis Winston to what coach Sean Payton termed a significant injury to his left knee the

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Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

"The Astros are still alive in the World Series Houston overcame a four run first inning deficit to defeat Atlanta nine to five the Braves still lead the series three games to two Adam duvall had a grand slam home run to put the Braves on top early but Houston chipped away finally taking the lead with a three run outburst in the fifth Houston manager dusty Baker said these guys are together they've been through you know many of these battles and so you know they don't know how to quit and they're always looking for them and is there an opening and and fortunately tonight you know we took advantage of some the Braves previously invincible pitching gave up twelve hits to the Astros Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel had three each Martine Maldonado drove in three runs on a single walk and sacrifice Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Raanta wins Carolina debut, Hurricanes top winless Chicago

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Raanta wins Carolina debut, Hurricanes top winless Chicago

"The hurricanes improve their team record start to seven or no by scoring four times in the first period of a six three victory over the winless blackrock's anti right to make twenty three saves in his Carolina debut tonight to get back in there and and you know play behind this team and you know obviously you get a you get a lot of vocal support so you you kinda you gonna need to deliver also and you know make sure that a make sure that the team is winning Tony deangelo had a goal and two assists for the canes who also received tallies from Jordan Staal Derek Stepan yes for cutting ME Sebastian aho and Andrei Svechnikov Brandon Hagel Adam Gaudette and Alex DeBrincat scored for the Blackhawks who dropped six into I'm Dave Ferrie

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GOP Trump critic Rep. Adam Kinzinger won't seek reelection

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

GOP Trump critic Rep. Adam Kinzinger won't seek reelection

"Another of Donald trump's Republican critic says he will not seek re election Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger has been increasingly critical of the G. O. P. since the capital attack by the former president's backers and defied party leaders by joining the house panel investigating the riot after eight years in Congress can singer says in a Twitter video it's time to move on though he's also hinted at future political plans as a country we must unplug from the mis truths we've been fed considers an ounce men came after Illinois Democrats redrew congressional maps putting him in a heavily Republican district where his trump bashing would have been hard to overcome in a primary against incumbent trump supporter Darin lahood Sager mag ani Washington

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GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger, an Outspoken Trump Critic, Will Not Seek Re-Election

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | Last month

GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger, an Outspoken Trump Critic, Will Not Seek Re-Election

"Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. That Trump hating Republican Adam kinzinger, the guy who, along with Liz Cheney sits on the capitol riot committee, is retiring from Congress in 2022. Kinzinger announced he will step down from Congress, he's not going to run. He was facing a redistricting challenge and rather than lose. He's retiring. Well, let's see, we're one for two. Now we can get Liz Cheney to make the same announcement. It'll be a

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 Another postseason dud for Fried when Braves need him most

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Another postseason dud for Fried when Braves need him most

"On the strength of a four run second inning rally Houston Astros leveled the World Series at a game apiece with the seven to win over the Atlanta Braves with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings game three is Friday night in Atlanta Adam small lane Houston

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Soler, Braves overcome Morton injury, top Astros in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Soler, Braves overcome Morton injury, top Astros in Game 1

"For Hey solaire and Adam duvall smacked home runs as the Atlanta Braves took game one of the World Series by beating the Houston Astros six to two so where's Homer came on the game's third pitch and involves third inning two run shot steak the Braves to a five nothing the Duval said the early lead helps settle his team down doing that on the road and you know kind of get them first at bat jitters out of the way it is big so you know obviously this is a long series is gonna be a dogfight so we'll enjoy this one and then get get focused and ready for tomorrow Charlie Morton started for Atlanta but had to leave in the third inning after suffering a fractured right fibula beginning before for Braves relievers held Houston to two runs over six and two thirds innings with AJ Minter earning the win Adam schooling Houston

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Woman will sit down. And he's slowly drawn in the majesty of star skiing. Hutches your fucking lane out of the room. Yeah there's no saying speaking of reality shows. There's a reality show waiting to happen brad. Our friend justin rebel i. He's a big fan of the show by the way and he and his sweet wife have the daily star's big article. I haven't gotten all the details. But this gal who i think was a mutual friend of theirs And just and his wife have been married. I think for coming on ten years Just announced after the opening the article was like how are in his face proposed saying how difficult it was because they're afraid of the judgment the friends that family that might shun them but they have announced publicly and now all these outlets picked it up. Because it's kind of a you know not a normal situation to be in but it's their mutual friend and now involved in trouble which i don't know if that's the terms because his last name is russell and it's threesome and that's his real last name. It's amazing justin rebels and throttle. Which sounds like dr seuss. That's a great kids book. Rumpelstiltskin spreading villagers also. Trouble rebels a weird kid threat on the kickball field. Like in the fifth grade. Yeah even be a rumble. Yeah yeah the purple nergal. So madam centers is adamant. Sorry i can say. Is that the only real good. Is that the only reason you never came out as gay just because adam ray Yeah well adam. Reggae was a classic nickname. I'd say the one that trump it was probably peanuts and tits kid. You're way ahead of your time at all.

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"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"Through a feedback loop with thirteen and the feedback loop is something that you're talking about in the books i wanna talk about your book called the optimize or a great story that we're going to get you in a second about how the book came to be but one of the things you've talked about. Is that feedback loop. Tell us a little bit more about you can ask questions and you can take the information you get for employers and implement it but when you talk about a feedback loop. It's it's more than just. Hey what can i do. Better and implemented correct process yet and so a big part of it is really trying to extract their views on a number of things and more importantly when you come up with ideas me org them because the feedback. That goes both ways right. I asked them. I want them to ask me for feedback. And i ask them for feedback. So i wanted to be a a three hundred sixty degree conversation One of the big changes we m- implemented over time. His ideas we came up with was putting it in writing. Sounds like such a simple exercise as well but when people will take go through the physical act of writing something down there type it out or write down. Whatever the ownership level i keep using that word but that was one of the things i always found so important leading. Change is finding a way for people take ownership and when you can find a way to give that to them without coming to them and saying. Hey adam you know you're not good at this in your job. Let's work on that right. No one wants to have that conversation. The manager doesn't want to have it in the employee doesn't have it but if through this feedback loop in me asking you questions and working to become your trusted advisor not your boss your manager that you do stuff because they tell you to do it. I become your trusted adviser helping you with problem definition rather than problem..

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"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"You're able to sell that business and then transitioned to helping people in a different way in an it really came back to writing books. You started your first book, which gave you the personal credibility to work with attorneys? And kept writing throughout. What was it about books? That attracted you, and what was it about books that showed you there's another. There's another opportunity at a second second business in you going forward. The books are really the gateway. They are the the doorway to opportunities that you can't imagine. They are opportunities for online courses for speaking engagements for. being invited to be on podcasts. It's a way for you to have this ability and authority and credibility. I like the creative process I'd like to learn. I like the process of putting information together and organizing it. That's the way that I'm wired. I would say probably much more left brain than right bring. It but it's another way to help people. You don't have any idea who's lives. You'RE GONNA touch with your books and I know you've written books Adam and people know your name because of your bulk. Who would never would have met you in any other way? It's interesting that you say that because. No matter what I've done in my career, no matter how people know me. When They know that I have books that I've got a couple of books in and a couple more ready to go. It's a whole different. You can see it in. There is that you're an author? have you done any any soul-searching or digging or even research into? Why is it that author which Obviously Authority Is from. The or vice versa, why is it that people are so enamored with authors and they're? They're put on such a pedestal. That is a great question. I've seen that same light in people's eyes. When I was the editor of a book for our legal nurse Consulting. Profession it was the core curriculum. People would come up to me and say..

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"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"Welcome back to the entrepreneurs. Mba PODCASTS WITH ADAM. Kipness four step four of the strategic planning process. And this is one of my favorite parts of it. Probably my favorite part of it. And it's all about the goal setting conversation goal. Setting is a multi multibillion dollar industry there are thousands of books written on it but I actually have a little bit of a different take because when we look it goal setting and we've all set goals right at the beginning of the year. We look at. What do we want to achieve this year? We make our whether their New Year's resolutions or whether we don't want to call them that but we do something about setting your goals what we want to achieve but statistically it's been said that ninety seven percent of those things never happen so why is it that those things never happen. Why do we set goals? But they don't happen and I like to think of it this way if we look at other parts of our lives if we look at the employees that we have in our businesses. Do we have a goal that they show up for work? Do we have a goal that they're good at their job? Do we have a goal that they're going to support the business and do what they can. During the hours they work. Now we expect it. We have a goal. We expect that they're going to do what. Their job is. Something as basic as flipping the switch on the wall to turn on the light. We don't have a goal that that's GonNa work. We expect it to work so when we look around our lives and we look at the things that are important to us. We don't set goals. We have expectations but then when we look at ourselves. We look at our own achievements. We set goals and they don't come true so I want you to think about yourself in the way that you think about other things in your life. I want you to think about what you expect to achieve. Because it's as simple as this if you have a goal you're gonNA make an extra hundred thousand dollars this year or you're gonNA reach five hundred thousand or a million in revenue and that's your goal but internally you expect to only make twenty five thousand dollars more or you expect only to make two hundred thousand dollars or three hundred thousand dollars in revenue. What do you think is going to happen right? We're going to get what we expect. We're only GONNA improve our business by twenty five thousand or thirty thousand or whatever that number is that you actually expect now with the goal that you dream about but what you expect of yourself so think about what you actually expect. I don't want you to hold back. I want you to be bold. I want you to reach out. I want you to think about being better than you've ever been before but I want you to expect it so think about the words that US think about the time that you put in. Think about the mental mind. Set that you have and expect these things to happen. Don't have a goal that they happen. Expect it to happen so on you to tailor your expectations to what you really really want rather than setting your goal because I know if you expect it it will happen. Thanks for listening to this fourth part of the strategic planning process. Think about what you expect is what you expect will happen. And let's make everything this is Adam kipness on the entrepreneurs MBA. Podcast look forward to to you on step. Five of the six part strategic planning process. Hope this was beneficial. Reach out to me at at Adam on Instagram facebook and Lincoln. And let's continue the conversation. Also if you've got comments please put them on Whatever podcast site your listening to? Obviously we love five star reviews but love your feedback as well. Thanks for being here..

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"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"adam" Discussed on The Entrepreneur's MBA with Adam Kipnes

"And marketing. Strategist Adam kipness. Everyone and thanks for jumping in on step three of the strategic planning process in the last step we talked about strengths and knowing what your strengths are right. There's a flip side to that. What are we bad at? What what our weaknesses. And a lot of times we think about our weaknesses more than we think about our strengths. We say I'm not very good at that. And we continue to try and do it and again we can't do a show of hands here on a podcast but mentally. Raise your hand or even physically. Raise your hand if you spend a lot of time in your business doing stuff you don't like and that you're not good at right. I bet there's a lot of mental hands going up. I know I've done it for a long time until I figured out a better way. Stop doing the things that you aren't good at. There's plenty of time and there's plenty of reasons to get better at some of those weaknesses but the fact is there. Is Somebody out there. That is better at it cheaper than it at faster at it. Then you are so what we want to do is look at those things that that are weaknesses. Things were not great at and we want to look at ways to hire it maybe ways to outsource it or even ways that are more cost effective to partner with somebody else on it. Maybe there's technology out there that will do it for us and then finally we can always learn it. But I'm a big believer that if you focus on what you're good at and you outsource higher partner are used technology for the things that you're not. You could springboard your business forward so I encourage you to stop trying to fix the problems. Focus on the things that you're great at and find other solutions for things that you're not honestly it will save you time. It will save you money. It will save you heartache. By having somebody who's actually better at your weaknesses then you are. I kind of live by a bit of a mantra. That eighty percent of what comes across. My desk is not my job and I don't mean that in arrogant way I mean it in a totally positive way in that there is actually somebody better at that job than we are. So let's find those people let's partner with those people. Let's utilize those people who are better at those things so we can focus on what we're good at on a daily basis so let's supplement our weaknesses. Let's focus on what we're good at knowing the story that we WANNA create. Those are the first recapped three steps of the strategic planning process. If you haven't listened to to the other two definitely jump on their super short super easy to listen to and we'll help you focus on doing what needs to be done because you're great at it and we will let other people utilize their strengths and help us.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Dribbling. Just turn to the assigned. I go mom which just makes people laugh when you were quick. Fat High School slim down a little bit. Yeah I there's an impulse control that a lot of people have difficulty with especially MOMS and especially when the kids out on the field. They just cannot control themselves all right well. The field speaking of which Democratic presidential candidates just got a little smaller Monday Sunday as New Jersey. Senator Corey Booker dropped out his bid for the White House. booker announced an email to his supporters. When a little something like this I got in the race for president because I believed my core that the answer to the common pain Americans are feeling right now? The answer to Donald Trump's hatred and division is to reignite our spirit spirit of common purpose to take on our biggest challenges and build a more just and fair country for everyone. I will carry this fight forward. I just won't be doing it as a candidate candidate for president this year The Iowa caucuses coming next month. So I'm sure we'll start seeing a few more dropout. This is about the most insulting something anyone can say. which is I was reading Melissa Milano Tony? Danza as reading tweets sure about she was tweeting. We're we're GONNA start the week tweeting. Her two children explaining about how she'll be remembered historically Bella and she read. There's there's one about cory booker being like strong visionary and and so sad whatever and I was like I thought he dropped out a month ago like I didn't know he was still in which just a bad bad sign but yes I like to read her to was her tweet to her children to. Tony WanNa read tweeting to your kids by the way the new pudding like nude pictures pictures and your kid's lunch at school. I'm just trying to think of ways to embarrass your kids I. I don't know I feel like my kids would be horrified weeded them Tony Read Elicits a you no her. Well can I get some illicit tweet. MUSIC SURE PERFECT MEAL O..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

15:21 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Her Rafer. I will tell you what movies go. Bryan we'll review up for the big screen allred this net flicks before you spend box remember taste some shit. Transform to Ray Awesome Oscars Morning earlier moin friend of the show John Show was presenting eventing the nominees and do early obstacle for the East Coast. You know morning shows and such and such a few facts about the Oscars this year from courtesy of the Golden Knights Dot Com which is a very good website covering the Oscars. A record sixty. Two women were nominated almost one third of this year's nominees no female director curls. All you're going to hear about how Greta GERWIG got got snob. Fuck hates not so much a SNOB for best director. When the truth is we'll talk about little women in the second? Well we'll get there in a second Peres night nominated for best picture. The Eleventh Foreign Language Films nominated for Best Picture Andy. Six six to be dominated for both foreign language feature and Best Picture. All previous five have lost best picture but won best foreign language film. So if you're Betting markets go ahead and put it all down on parasite when this foreign language film. CPR assign a here. It's good it's very very good. It's one of the five nine nine pictures nominated for best too much nine best picture nominees. We is but it is up to ten can be nominated. I've done Bollywood's on five of them. Joker Ford Ford. V Ferrari Irishman time in Hollywood and parasite. Let's talk about the four other nominations nominees. Let's talk about snubs real quick. You has about snubs your or hate it. But Jennifer Lopez did not get nominated for Hustler's which actually receive zero nominations. AQUAFINA did not get nominated for the farewell even though she won the the glove also zero. Nominations Adam Sandler uncut gems zero. Nominations did not get nominated. Greta Gerwig of course intern intern. EDGERTON winner of the Golden Globe for rocket man the the entire movie got one nomination for best song. There goes the Golden Globe Oscar connection which was sort of debunked bunk attenuate. Now really is because the two winners even represented of these I think Jennifer Lopez has a legitimate. Gripe like I. I feel strongly about all the movies in the category and she was much better than Kathy Bates and Richard Jewel. She's kind of a one no characteristics. Like Oh my son. Oh my son Taganka well let me say this and you tell me. Let's hear it. I have a theory which is acting in. That community is is very precious and what they do is they talk about these people having the guts the you know. Lean into the roles and be a voice of the voiceless and they do a lot of and they really treat it is. If it's there's really something something there and if Jenny from the block cello waltz into your party kind of went well what's Jennifer Lopez Pez. Well she's mostly a performer. Halftime Super Bowl wears tight. Stuff shocks or moneymaker dating baseball player she residency in Vegas Vegas and Blah Blah Blah and. It's like what if she comes to your party and sort of does what you do all the precious people that are whatever and I've kind of I've had that feeling feeling a little bit sometimes about you know when I make a documentary. It's not getting into Sundance. Because I'm a doofus. who were you saw? Art Club like a Jock Dumbo over. Here Yeah Richardson. The Guy Makes Fart jokes cable. TV I can't come into your documentary world old than bringing documentary and your world because it lessens what you do and I think J.. Lo kind of lessons what they do and there were. I think you're onto something. I didn't the research I don't know how how you would do the research but like anecdotally. Okay so first of all. The people who know the individual guilds nominate the Oscar so like the directors guild will nominate directors and then everyone votes on them the the the writers guild of America nomination screenplay everyone votes on them. The act. The screen actors guild guessing nominates the actors. And there's something to that where you're like. Oh these are actors nominating actors. They're they don't they want to be. They want to reward actress who are to be taken seriously. Seriously in my mind goes back to like Jim. Carrey never getting automation OR MADONNA NOT GETTING A nation for Evita. They don't want to let people in the club who they view as worthy of being in the club. And I think if you're doing shit in Vegas with dancers on stage tour wearing boring tight things and shake your ass and stuff probably just doesn't help. There's one exception to that rule but it's share and all the exceptions. Because the movie he ended up being so exceptional they let lady Gaga in the club. She was ugly yourself up a little bit. You didn't do the golf. She said she was in makeup quote unquote by being natural. Right well her. We've had this renaissance on. which is we had this one pop version of her and then we had the during the standards in the classics with Tony? Tony Bennett so we we kind of. We decided to change our direction on her but sorry go ahead. Last thought was ones Wan's surprisingly only one nomination for vendors endgame which was a very good movie it is what it is but how does that there was like Lord of the Rings Cumulative Effects. Yeah Blockbuster Book that yeah why do they get all the all the credit we gotta give it to marriage story or whatever you're GonNa witch let's talk about the four nominees knees we have not done Bollywood's on little women is not made for best picture. It is run directed by Greta. Gerwig it is based on the novel by Louisa May alcott famous novel Sure sure Ronin and Milwaukee's in Florence Pew and so many other people Laura dern to Michelle Chris Cooper six Oscar nominations including Sure Show rollins Fourth Oscar nomination. She is the second person can name besides Brooklyn Brooklyn. She was in an atonement. Machine was much younger. And also in Ladybird Ladybird. Can you guys name the other actor or actress. Who is the only other actor or actress? Two have four nominations by the age of twenty five by the age of twenty. I'll give you hint. It's recent trends dumped. You bound Natalie really what's important not bad not a bad guess thank you. It's all I got. I don't know Lawrence makes winter's there's bone so ninety five percent rotten tomatoes is streaming ono. Sorry a little one is now streaming. I got myself. This is in theaters. Now and it's a well-made seen this I saw winona Ryder and Hugh Grant Adaptation of classic novel. Of course it's going to be good like you. You know ninety. Five percent of the courtyard agree. It's above average but it's it's not inspired. I didn't find it to be very compelling inspiring. It's just like okay and moving slightly from that time period romantic dramatic. And that's you know it's it's a novel from the eighteen hundreds also nominated Joe Rabbit Rabbit it. I want to see it wrecked by tyco not. You may know him. Best from Thor Ragnarok also hunt for the Wilder People Roman Griffin Davis was here for an Oscar. The Way I don't think he was he was up for the Golden Globe the young kid Roman Griffin Davis Plays Joe Scarlett. Johansson is in this her first ever Oscar nominations. You know what this is a good role for her to get an Oscar Nam for he was on twice this year for marriage. This this was A. It's easier to say like. Oh she's the mom and whatever whatever who cares she really played. I thought she played the shit out of that. That role yes. She was really beautifully done so we should see this move. This is again Oscar. Nominations including a Scarlett Johansson. I ever this is still in theaters now. My expectations were really high. But maybe it wasn't quite as good as I hope it's still a good movie. You should see it also nominated Mary Story and this one is streaming on Netflix. See it amount for days. It is a divorce from start to finish it. Opens with them. Getting divorced at closes them getting divorced. It's as fauna movie as you can ever make about. Divorce will say that six Oscar nominations including Adam driver the only an every man as you know out of the only actor nominated this year and last year. Oh really yeah. It's only one. I guess last year block clansman. Yeah I guess so. I don't I watched I've watched I don't know twenty minutes here. Twenty minutes there air of the movie. It's totally competent. Good it's not about that much. I mean there's not that much going on I don't know a desert that live up to when Woody Allen was doing this sort of thing like to me. That's kind of a gold standard husbands and wives the Anti Hall's that sort of relationship with far less humor from what I understand is I see to me. I loved those. Oh God hand Hannah and her sisters those in that ilk or genre. I like those movies a lot more. I think than I like this but right I've only seen like twenty minutes for half hour of Noah Baumbach who Greta Gerwig partner boyfriend. Whatever I watched the whole thing I found it to be funnier than I expected lighter in certain points but also soper heavy at certain points? It feel like Oscar war it does if worthy the Oscar nominee. I don't think as much of shot to win best picture. It's just a slice of life very but like you know what I'm saying like compared to Hanner Sisters or Manhattan or or Annie Hall or husbands and wives of those kinds of movies like I don't feel like I feel like it's a template I feel like there's not much there's this oh very movie I mean. Yeah it's not going to have no. It's not I know it's the kind of movie at the Oscars light but when you watch. It doesn't feel Oscar. Tim No doesn't feel robust. It's a slice of life. Here's a few insights into this divorce process and I thought the characters were great. But it's not for example. Finally the last movie to to before nineteen seventy. That's an Oscar. That feels like an Oscar movie directed by Sam Mendes who you may know from Sky Fall American Eric Beauty. He's on a longest English. Let me just bring up. One thing in the avenue. Ati Richard Jewel Department won the lead for the initial lead. Yeah he's a little Husky you deli. He's a little doughy boy. They call them. Which I'm I'm fine with put put in a world where there just isn't any food like everything is scares? You're eating rationalize pieces brash. You're pulling that pulling piece of Jerky the ad here out of your. We don't need rituals picture but the point is like we talked about that after very. I'm just kind of saying and I and I like it in that. That's who this guy was. Whatever s what I'm saying like in a world where you're just sleeping in a foxhole and nobody's got got anything and they're just nothing around and presumably? This has been going on for months and months and months and months shoot. The one guy have have the double Chin like shooting. If you're directing this film and you love this actor shouldn't yeah Kinda got say. Hello Mr Stallone over here and we're going to give you a regimen with John. Travolta did with him before he did break. Oh God Gen famously Travolta like trained with the loan to do the Sequel Center. NFL Staying alive like something like should we just put you on a little By the way you don't have to work out no just basically no eight and for the next two months send it just kind of gets you a little drawn and just feel feel like just the feel like you've been out here for three months so that's interesting Chris and or Kayla. The actor is Dean Charles Chapman. Who the little Pudgy in on? IMDB photo. He is much thinner than that. I wonder if he put on weight for the role. Well it's a great movie. It's fine I loved it. I'M A I'm a World War Two freak and this a World War One movie normally. I don't find I enjoy those as much. That that that yeah we're looking at the continuation of continuous shots and everything. Everything was great. I just love your maybe. Maybe that's part of it. Maybe they just made they wanted US talking about. Are Maybe thinking about it or or building some backstory into it or something but in a world where nobody's overweight because everyone sleep standing up and everyone marches everywhere and and their food is scarce. Just a little puffy. That was it other than that. I got nothing for that movie. I love it. So let's talk about it. I say the only possible excuse I can give us at the very end. It says based on the stories by something something Mendoza so yeah. So if that's Sam Mendes his grandfather said and he was a portly guy you know they want to stay true to that. That's all I got as possible. So let's talk about nineteen seventy minute because this end once upon Tom Mahalia the two leading contenders for best picture. I kind of expect nineteen seventeen to win. It appeals to an older audience which is still a little bit older. And it's it's made by a very director and is just fantastic like okay so people who haven't seen it the gimmick and I say I I don't mean it pejoratively the Gimmick behind the movie. CBS It's all in one. Shot is presented as though it is all one on broken shot. Just a few cheats here and there but for the most part there's like five shots in the movie and they are incredible credible the long tracking shots within the action in just the slow the slow parts. And if you see the making of it which I think they throw up on maybe HBO. I I can't recall but there was a making of nine hundred and seventy by the way nine hundred seventeen you can never go wrong with the making up's the making of sometimes even better the movie I it will ruin a little. They went and just really just Yup. They build models. They saw how the shadows Ayios would hit the buildings and light the actors and they just did and they did their homework and they did it and don't be intimidated by. I don't know anything about World War One because this is so specific you don't have and don't be intimated also yes and I've had plenty of people. Ask Me Gory. Gory like no. There's some violence..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

13:46 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Reminder under of that yeah due to you I am always you guys. Tell me how you're wired. I am wired to who remember negative things oftentimes and positive things depending on what they are. Have it's sort of interesting or unique the positive things or experiences. I somehow blow by like you said. Have you ever met Suzanne Vega. I would go probably But I should probably I would say maybe did she do love line. That's that's what I say. But I would have no recollection of singing. A song with her therapist would say about that If it's hysterical historical that's why remember negative traumatic things and not happy. Nice Memories Yeah there's also I mean I just have have weird I mean. I don't know how many people do this amendment. The sounds like I'm blowing smoke up my own ass but when I said to my nanny Olga several years ago I want a new car and I was like well. What did you pay for the last car and she goes? You bought me the last car I've I had. No you forgot got you bought her a car. Yes because it was something positive. I think that I did and I was like I've ever ever moved on so I don't have a lot of rear view. I don't have a lot of review ban in the rear view. But I did by someone a car. And have no recollection of buying them constantly keeping score and having a grudge. They have a grudge anyway for that by early car. I'll keep the score. You drive your car Dr Mike Right. The Nissan Grudge. Yeah I had no concept of doing that with Suzanne Vega and then if you told me I did it with our I'd probably go I don't know maybe it was striker but anyway. My favorite part was Dr drew. Do you think well you know you would try to make things funny. But you also realize it's the person wrote the song screwing with their song. What my got a little Buddhist chanting but she didn't seem to appreciate that but what a soothing soothing voice and all you know simple is she out making and I've seen some live video a AH tiny desk concert not too long ago? NPR's yeah I had a couple just random notes I told. Did you guys have some some clips. I strongly strongly believe in a the visual component to competence. As we as we say all the time like that guy you know kids would do it. They take a look. Look at George Clooney. And they'd go that guy better airline pilot than that guy. The Fat Guy George or Jorge went right trump's famous for this the the the doctor that you wanted to be like whatever ag or something like that or not ag that. What's the surgeon general right? He's like he looks the part made for TV eighty. No it's the way we roll. It's why movie stars or movie stars and I right now which is fine which I get it like. It's fine nine and I think I was talking to you guys a little about this but I really started thinking about poor Richard Jewel. Just GonNa say then Michael Michael Avenue have ninety had this great Jolla justic right. That guy knows what he's talking. Look at this look as job. Yeah it's they can even know what forget about what's coming out of his mouth. Look at the jaw. That Guy Openshaw look. That guy came onto the scene. And I get. There's a combo it's JAL line in sort of your is kind of the color and the way you use that the smolder right. That guy came came onto the scene. And if you really think about it knowing knew anything about the guy other than he was stormy Daniels attorneys and it was like a porn stars attorney in and I get it. He became a hero because he was going to stick it to trump. And we really didn't vet the guy at all. It turned out. He was an all kinds of trouble. And now one and more trouble for trying to trying to extort Nike and Blah Blah Blah. But that guy showed up and he was just a toast of every morning show he'd go on view and they'd be like slow audience be going nuts. I'm telling you it's based on what he looked like. I mean yes sticking it to trump is good but Michael Comores sticking it to trout slob. He doesn't know what he's Talking Avenue dotty based on the is in the jaw ally. We'll play play. You play a clip again. This guy just came out of nowhere and his credentials. Were I represent a porn star. Even president good he. I see a little vetting. Yeah like I think he's an attorney who's representing appoint a porn star if you could get a little further in this guy. I'm telling you the jaw and the is sorry. We'll play a little a little clip of him. Oh this is joy bayern the the view. My first reaction is the sadness. Tell you the truth because here was a guy that brought stormy daniels to us which being paid hush money to keep her quiet about what he did with her while he was married to Malania and she was having a baby and so was good. I liked it. It was like Oh good. We have somebody here. Who's going to tell some of the truth about this criminal that we have running in the country so I'm said that this is all happening happening now because I know that trump would use it against him to glorify himself and to make himself look better? So I don't like it okay. Yeah well it's looking more Max Bat of his appearance on the view and I remember saying let's have him on the view John over over him him being on camera camera or something sorry. That's okay what I do. He said fine tape of Avenue being cheered on by the view and so I thought okay so I said Oh so you want them saying complimentary stuff. I thought you meant by the view. Hose like the people on the view so does view host saying something complimentary right after he after he was arrested. Yeah okay I'm talking about how. How into him they were okay? Like Fan girling will be nice. As if he was involved around camera it would be. Yeah okay well. Did he go on the view. He's been on the view that they all go nuts when he went on the view. We're we're GONNA okay sorry. I didn't say with him on the deal but I meant them adoration with him on the view. Not The post mortem you know the fear. It's all good. It's all all right anyway. Making a deal about the way he looked physically so he's not in the clip. It's a tougher sell. Okay okay okay. So the on the view all right there you never know. I don't know I guess you gotTa look at the clips. I've had this happen if you've missed production meeting. I should've I should've I should've asked for your point that was that was my bad. My point is he comes on the view and they all go nuts not a postmortem on him on the view that that's has he on the view. Yeah he's been on the view all right. Well then he walks out and they'll go nuts and tell much they love it all right. We'll we'll find something all right. Sorry I thought that was implied. Okay it wasn't but it's fun. There wasn't implied. No I mean I. I didn't get the implications implication that avenue would be in the clip about fanatic naughty going on the view and everyone going nuts for him. No I didn't okay because that will I personally didn't know upon speaking you that he was on the view so when in the past me for any view clip it's always been the host. Then you wanted to talk about the house all right avenues. Being celebrated when he goes on the view got it. Okay all right I feel I feel I feel like that's an ivy like it's implied that he in the clip on the field. Okay Okay you don't think it's implied right. Brian Disagree with implied that he would be in the the instruction was to find them like fawning. Offer him then also Houston as you'd be fawning over him on the view. I should have showed this before. The ship could have just found him going on the view and then fawning over him. But I'm saying okay. This is after he's been busted blaming I wanted his. He's already been busted here. They're like kind of remorseful. Yeah Yeah I misconstrued. I thought you just one of them saying something positive about him I do when he's in the room. ooh Yeah Okay I get that now fawning over him not quietly talking about. He'll be missed anyway. Avenue Adi you were saying look. He knew what he was doing. Everyone bought in to what he whatever he was doing. No one really knew what he was doing. It turned out he was up to some owed the irs money owed stormy Daniels. Somebody turned out the guy who says schyster but he was the toasted host the town based on I color the sort of Ueli glaze healy glazed great gays and the and the jaw line Richard Jewel the Atlanta bomber or the other hand immediately guilty because he was a big bucket hat. Yeah so it was like that guy. I did look at him. He did something guy you know. He's up to up then he's up to no good. Yeah because he has a big fat head now I I don't know in terms of running for President or taken down Donald trump or planting bombs at the Olympics. I don't know that your jowls factor in that much or or your eyes learn Harpole or whatever it is. I don't know but we've actor it in. Yeah whether we admit it or not and it's so weird right like I encoded from Caveman time right so I think these two are great great examples in that. We didn't have much to go off of which you'll other than he had a big fat head and he was guilty and we didn't have much to go off of with Avenue dotty other than he looked smart. He hates trump and he has a razor thin jawline vote. That's that's all that's all we needed and we were often running to that point you think of just aesthetically think of the faces. Donald Trump and Mike pence what a balancing act that is. Oh Yeah Mike Pence open it. He's he's a Visa Bald Eagle with an American flag. I mean that just face it. Does the skin off chicken it re- balances everything. Nobody looks more sober than Mike Paths. ARRACK and and I was it. Maybe Mitt Romney but we're talking about the Ingraham certain. PS was it. Boris Yeltsin like nobody looked drowned her scalp once. So while there's a guy's gotta Gin blossoms going but some people just look handsome. Looks like he's never had a symbol of light beer in his life off and I don't know if he has or has just no he does not look that way and Boris Yeltsin looked like he was drunk every time they put them cameron microphone in front of it may have been true to further your point about the competent the look of competence. And you know what I mean like furthering year. Whatever speaking of Richard Jewell? That's the transition nicely into awesome. baldy would talk about Oscar's one of the best performances the year not honored with a best actor nomination. We see a picture of Paul Walter Houser. There's a the the five men nominated for best actor. It's just handsome gorgeous. A top of the line less. Honk than we have pulled. Walter Hauser. Who looks like Richard Sir Julius? I'm convinced that's part of the reason he didn't get the nomination. He's slobby fat character. We can't put him up for best actor category. What in fact he the best actors of the year? That's the guy from Italian yes. I'm very nice on you. Yes that's exactly who I thought of when I saw the actual picture of Richard Jewel. The lobby can't be up there. Tony Bandera dragged down the integrity. The whole category. It's it is it is true telling you it's it's true. In fact and fiction we have Avenue Ati at forty five seconds on the view in this clip and this clip. Here we go. I must ask you the sixty four thousand dollar question. Are you going to run for president only going Iowa. I'm going to be in Ohio next week. Can I on. And here's what I'll say. A lot of people have approached me and suggested that I run for president. And here's what I know. Twenty twenty is going to prove to be a critical election in our nation's history. There's a lot at stake in this election. Perhaps more so than Certainly at any other point in time in the last fifty or sixty years the the Democrats the Democrats have to nominate somebody that can actually beat Donald Trump..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He's you stop doing okay. Sorry did you find gak been scrubbed off the all the links are dead all how this version if you wanna see this taking often wait a minute wait a minute. They scrubbed Dick Clothes. Lining a Hippie KUSC Deacon Jones talking about going outside of Women's head what's this world coming through. Sorry look wow he just took out a cop. Yeah we just got into the guy but the point is is. You should be able to do that. Kids in a movie theater Archer and save Mike. Mike Ditka sent me. That's right right. I should have screened clothesline. The dead I do love. The you've got kicked off of What is it was it a yard for? Picking the aircraft's my I have much where you trespassing housing on lawns and yards. Because I love that stands as an old man too. I WanNa get to that point to where I have the yellow kids to get off my lawn. I just look forward today. I had no shortcut home backyard. I had a mean on your own phone neighbor. I might. Our neighbor was named Dorothy gravity and she was mean all sounds like a bitch she. I'm sorry sorry I love the name Dorothy but that short haircut and nobody wanted the fake cigarette and she was just pissed off and I I was hungry all the time we had not on my property but we had grown up in the valley. There were like plum trees apricot trees and I've just climbed that tree. Three and start picking south toward the street. She just came out the front door. Excuse Young Man March March yourself get that module ask who street. Is that a lot out of asking. WHO's possessions? Shelly said today you. You planted seeds to grow the tree. I have some paperwork. I Bernie's drafted up out my fucking tree. I'm nine and it's on your property. What are the chance by the way if you're worried about child vandalizing or taking plums plums? That don't belong to you. You have truly just lost your fucking mind. Also it's a tree that has four thousand plums on it on the ground. Squirrels are just I gotta eat it. I answer a public fruit. Here's what you could do. I agree with the public domain. Somebody should make a rule you know if you see a plum tree fuck in finders keepers stone fruits allstone for you. You would look for an opportunity to yell at people as an adult at children back then there is no real reason. You'd have to yell at me. Picking Plums Apricots because there was a bounty of them and I had all of them and I was a poor kid it from next door who was malnourished. The guy the guy nineteen seventeen with a lot fatter and I was trench so I was like paying. It was her or catching. The former gang. Catch me walked out the front door. She saw me scream. It's like young man and there's a lot of March yourself. You Martin March March back to your home. Did you ever March scary goosestep. Just walk in angry. You know why she's angry. She loved to catch because then that's her day and probably that piece of news and excitement carry into the weekend. She's got friends that come over to you so you know what I did yesterday and got this little boy Stephen Plumb's from a tree that didn't belong to him. And you're like all right right well wasn't at you but anyway I mean she was yeah she used it. When it didn't didn't make sense of Dornan Room just divorced and angry weird back then and and just any excuse state to yell at anyone at anytime you have a story with Gwyneth breath? Paltrow in the rock finally. Is that correct. How many appearances have been on the show? where I come empty-handed I know rock paltrow scenario pan off what what happened? Well so look so Saturday on. I'm kicking it at home and perusing the Graham and the interwebs and a handful of picture start popping up my feet or Gwyneth paltrow. This is now big. News has come out with Candle she says smells like a vagina slows her her vagina which is the name of the candle. What is the name of the candle Adam? This smells like my vagina. Gwyneth paltrow sent paltrow so so I see that I don't know I can't read from here. Smells like my vagina on her. Gook website the whole sentence is something out of a choose your own adventure book. They're selling for seventy five bucks and you can't get them because they sold out in a matter of minutes freaky foot fetish. Plum stealing horny per on the web. Like dude where these Pussy Powell candles and they found him and they bought them all so I take a screen shot. It and I'm like let me make a joke out of this and I'm like who's the male equivalent that should jump in the candle. Genital game. Um The easy one is Chris Martin wrecks and nobody cares about coldplay enough to WANNA buy their The Penis Paraphernalia. which you know but if peanut peanuts paraphernalia was the name of one of their songs? You'd probably by the album but so are the rock is a guy that people love and like a dude dude and would probably so I pose and I never tag like celebs Zinni Post. I'm just like because I don't know even though we're this connected than you don't think about whatever tag the rock also getting blown up with all these at the end of life dude. How do you know the Rock? which are you friends with Iraq? Did you know him before this. And I'm like everybody knows the rock. What the fuck you talking about? And then I look in the comments and any commoner right below you I think you can. Yeah there it is what was sorry. What was your comment surviving? My original one was It was only a matter of time until normal center. Candles would be out of style. Your Move Yankee Candle Company time to get the rock the candles at smog is ball's prices right one dollar and sell them for seventy four Hashtag Giancana's paltrow balls the rock and his brother. I try to make those candles but I kept burning my balls so I moved onto shampoo Hashtag sent of sack dialogue analog with the star of the tooth fairy done other films and so then you know and look it was just. The picture alone was getting a lot of attention. And it hadn't totally made the rounds yet but the fact that he chimed in now on something like this makes it newsworthy. Sanal these sites are picking up insane quote me instigate this conversation so I immediately the end was like you know. Let me because then he followed me like three hundred and forty people so Mike now if you look at my shit. I'm I throw a Hail Mary ask them do. The podcast asked me if he wants to be workout buddies. Asking wants to pick plums so I gotta find something for him and I had to do together other. It did say seen on the but no response yet. I'll keep you posted then. Paltrow even commented on it and said like this is fucking priceless. Hashtag deceased east. I mean like crazy. She's dead the nexus of this whole our oceans. What's Hashtag deceased? I'm dead. That was crazy crazy. Emdad picture thing that you have the picture that my buddy photo shopped of the of the head and made the candle the rock should sell. I'll really because I'm like dude. Let me tag minute again My Buddy Photoshop. Some picture together so that if he did respond again. I'm like dude. Now let's make it now. It's make some sort of like prostate cancer charity. Oh the proceeds go to find it. I'm yeah I'm hearkening back to a conversation. I had with the curator at the Winchester Mystery House. Rock bottom one ballsy fragrance by that. We'll put it up at Amkor Dot com well when I was talking to the curator the winchester mystery house. And there's no furniture in it and I said what happened in the furniture. They said that it all got shipped to San Francisco and they sold it at auction and and I said I don't know turn of the century or something I said. Oh that must've thatched a pretty penny winchester mystery house furniture and they went. No we didn't they wouldn't advertise it that way and I was like why not make some money. That went poor taste. We've come a long way. We Yeah and how Paul said it. Candles will ever these practice would be considered in poor taste. I've a lot of questions about Gwyneth on this one too. It's like what do you think she was hanging around. Just like Brunch chat where they're all just like your pussy smell smell like the way I mean. I wish the world could find out. I wish there was a candle to burn so people could enjoy the sense of my. My my Fairmont. Well let me ask this when they do the porn star Vagina do the mall. They do the mole. Yeah the Genero Mold that is hers the Canyons Vagina. That's Ron Jeremy's Dick. That is that. Is it in terms of assignments for mold. Makers fucking feast or famine for strays. They're stuck Bradley black-tie Hi Kristie but either way. It's probably the same dude. It's the same skill set. It's either good day or bad. You know that like people like test ice cream Pearl Spoon or whatever you know or the WHO verifies that the handle actually gonNA say. That's Chris Martin is really the only one wine also. When is she making the sense? Like is it from what days it like. avengers no shower or Judah penatta appellate tomorrow. Just get off a horse. Are we with you and also does it stop here because I have a feeling it does not. This is a it is bored and wants to make some extra cash. Kindergarten's not cheap. I guess for the Kiddos but does she start. Start venture a tweet ringtone or something it was not thinking that but that definitely is going or where do you stop and do people parasol color agent right now and can you give I mean yeah. Where's the stuff they sold out? Seventy five thousand. Seems like not enough to. Would you see a ten dollars psychic. I'm like you're claiming claiming you can read minds in bucks right. Take anything you're selling your set like you get a test the the permanence of dudes like a buck fifty like would you know. Would you have paid that ton I want to talk about and I'm curious attempted to. I'm curious what scientist is behind. I can answer a lot of these Russians. So she claims or they claim that it's packed with notes of Geranium citrusy Bergamot and Cedar and when she smelled Meld she joked that it smelled like Vagina Vagina. And they said it was a joke. And it evolved into funny gorgeous sexy and beautifully. Unexpected acted sent They sell out. I was talking to Gary about this. It is holiday house the other week we'll the grabbing they sold out capper. Nick you know sneakers. You're wearing them but he then yeah he was awesome so then the haters kind of say well. They made ten of them. Sir Course they sold them out but they made like fifty thousand year. They legitimately sold out. Take time so the question is kind of two parts like you sold out great but did you sell out a small dinner theater. Ninety nine seater like an Equity Waiver Theatre Limited out the forum. You know like as a stand up like what did you sell out. How many students remove yeah? They're they're keeping that pretty tight that information but you know she saw all thank you all kinds of crazy stuff on there. They have the jade egg that at one point they claimed aimed helped with endometriosis. If you put it in your vagina and Obgyn's really please do not put that in there. It is not good for you. Should a forty thousand dollar Kit Kit. She had an eighteen carat. Gold Dumbbell set coffee. ENEMA kit vaginal steamer and camel. Milk Delivery Service Yeah. I'll camel milk for the camel toe. What is the and you know who? The dummy is society. Oh too much time. Doing the Kardashians done to us. I do not want to sleep on the que- ringtone though if you're on a date right. Let's say a bumbling tender whatever meet up craigslist and plenty of fish and and the ring the phone goes off and the girl now is a gauge in and she pauses. And there's GonNa be.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Adam Corolla. Show Adams today. Adam Ray with Gina Undergrad on news Brian on sound effects. And we'll do an Oscar. Themed baldy would roundup and Hooray for Bollywood. And now for ranch to riches Adam Corolla Yay get it off get it onto a choice thing and other mandate the tuning in and thanks for telling a friend. We love that about us. You Good Day Gina Grad. Oh Bryan Berner biscuits. Who is Jay Moore talking to do the drug sniffing dogs? Oh yeah he's GonNa make it easy on on your basket kind of makes me laugh with five. People wouldn't fit inside is a radio so he can only list three spans s kind of makes me laugh man all right. I was doing this thing whereas I came home. And it's like hey jays like anytime you want to go to a Lakers game. Just tell me actually knows people. He knows Yeah yeah the thing about Jeannie Buzz does I guess daughter. Maybe only daughter. I'm not sure of Jerry. Buss Dr Airbus owner of the Lakers for all all those years. She's very kind soul. I don't know you know you kind of get that when you talk to somebody for a couple of minutes they get sort. Ah Good soul off of them. She's got that she got that certain. Kind Soul vibe. As we were watching Jay frolicking out in the ocean. Shen standing on someone's deck and Malabon telling me how much he was into him. Short of sounded like Renee. Zellweger in and God what's Tom Cruise. Jerry Maguire like Shit. That's how I that's the level of sincerity she had about the man yes only daughter Jerry Buss only must-have sons in there running for upper stuff am I. Am I getting this wrong. Or didn't like she and her brother weren't they sort of CO owning. But she's the face if I I don't know I'm still negotiations to get my data trumpet so this is quite a departure for me right. You know what I mean that makes sense that thing you you. You can't relate. Would it be nice. I I don't know who's actually I have two daughters four sons four sons. What do we see? Why don't we when we have some sort of competition some sort of race to the bottom like? Here's how I've done. I think we all nobody expects a family member much less. It's a dad to own a major league. Sports Franchise in a major league market bought. There are such things as condos rose in palm springs or they're such things as oh a fifty five convertible belair. That was left behind. You know. They're they're things things of value. Yes not all sports franchises but things value you know. Dr Drew's parents weren't rich but they had a a place out by the beach. I don't know if we came. Remember for most something somebody people died and now they're some building by the beach that the parents paid sixty one thousand dollars for now. Four four point two million. Whatever that is sort of? That's Christie's family. They prepare grandparents. Doc In nineteen seventy nine or wherever it was bought a little place. On Balboa Island Report Beach superwealthy or valuable now at the time was two hundred thousand dollars wherever it was yes they tell her out now yes. He's a hole in the family. Appreciates thing yeah. So there's two ways we can get there from here can be someone on your side or someone on whomever you're marrying Lynette. Her mom died before that I had to put a roof on her house. She did leave a black belt after black belt and a black guy cop who wrestled her to get her out of her bedroom and then My father in law had to pay for his casket. So I don't know if there's a Lotta money floating around there maybe allocated money for the funeral. You own that casket. Yeah that's true. So that casket My family my mom has moved into her mom's second house which as a pile of Shit and my dad was was talking about downsizing from about eleven hundred square feet and needs a trumpet. So I don't know what you I don't know if you could do much worse than that. I now I because I don't think if your parents die owing money doesn't roll over to you so you Dan. You can't really go into the negative department so somebody's going to have to see if they can tie me zero and by wait no belongings. There is no. It's John Wayne Belt. Buckle right there's none of none of that that would be worth it'd be worth more than me having to buy my data trump right. I misunderstood but I think you can't pass dead onto your kids because that's what I was curious about to. Next of kin rules go to happy about. Oh so if you hopefully will matter to me well so now your kids your whoever. Whoever's your state the beneficiary oh well look if you owe the credit card company eighteen thousand dollars and you die and you have more than eighteen thousand dollars or whatever it is of your state? It'll come out of it can come out of it but you couldn't my. My parents are going to die zero so there will. We'll be no estate. You know of casket come on. So I had to buy the casket. I'm just saying I don't I don't know what what you can do. And then we can do less than zero. I don't I don't now. My Dad has a house but then my step mom stay in that House that we'll be bequeathed. My mom has a house which is her mom's House but Mike Step Dad. We'll probably live in that house so anyway A little a bit of that but again it doesn't have to be a sports franchise. Max Pat I you at zero. Where you at close where's Jeanette? Though Oh see this can be remedied with the right woman or man depending on how this works Yeah she's doing very well she is. Yeah what's her parents have. Oh No no no I thought you meant what Degen have. As far as dead goes. She's she didn't have any debt or anything but from her family whatever. They're fine like their mom works in a hospital. Well to the head of the x Ray Department at the hospital and let me read this stamp all right. Do they own anything. Yeah the House a house. RV's no votes no car two cars and a House and Senate what collect anything anymore. I mean my son explained me. He was going to be rich richer than me. I said how you GonNa do that and he goes. Well you're going to die in what's Go- sell all your crap. Okay okay thank you. I'll be sleeping one eye open. Worst the stuff yeah Mark Thompson here. From the morning show used always say on his deathbed he will be rampantly gently buying things on Amazon just to deplete anything that would go to his children a complete joke but that is his. That is his line do. Do you guys feel that Oh the buses are all jays like Jimmy's all Jay's the the Family John and Joan Jim Senior who's not a senior it is the key to success. Yeah maybe we spread that alphabet around too much with the Corolla Rola mixed with the no middle names and all the kids are part owners genius the controlling owner. There you go yeah. I'm wondering wondering if the digital world has gotten people out of the physical collection people used to have comic books than baseball arguing. It would collect. I don't know what they would collect but they were selling stuff. What's Anti beat magazine? Dolls dollhouse dolls and things things. People people had things that they collect ned. I don't feel like there's so much collecting going on Tuesday. It'll now in in spite of that or because of that. The auction space is so thriving right now. Well we're hearing related to that follow question related to that with vis-a-vis the beanie baby story. They always talk about people. Collect someday and they weren't. That's where the wave crest it right with baseball. And beanie babies and things that were like Oh this is going to be valuable. No the reason they're things are valuables because people threw them out twenty fifty years ago. Whatever it was well in the auction space update the bullet Mustang? Saying that. We're all trying to guess the price of disappointed all in at three point seven Which means it hammered hammered out at three four? But then there's the vague after that so Would have been three seven. The everyone had the car pile of Shit but everyone had hyped it for so long. Story spun out of Control. The car that I thought was a little undervalued was the GT forty that was used in the movie Ford. V Ferrari which they had at estimated two to fifty two three twenty-five that sold for four eighty five so four eighty four. So that car did go for more than they'd estimate which I thought audit would because it's movie car but and compare the driveability of those two drives one really doesn't and the the Eleanor Lenore car from gone. In sixty seconds the gone in sixty seconds Eleanor Mustang. That Nick Nick Cage was going after they had predicted for like four to five hundred grand for like eight fifty so The movie cars going going up going fast and I can't remember I brought it up on air but Budweiser's going to do a TV commercial. Mark do super bowl commercial with some newman in some newman car race. Car and Newman. Now do they come knocking on your door. They I know I know. So there's there's that Let's see what did I have. Oh yes go ahead we can Nicholas Cage Age. I saw a preview for his new movie twice on Friday because we we decided to do a little double feature. We went to knives out. Fantastic nineteen seventeen incredible movies featured the preview for color out of space. Anybody see that yet Ryan. You haven't seen this preview thankfully well is. Is it good or bad boy. Oh Boy oh boy. It's a color that he can't quite describe but it's purple and It it comes from outer space and it does crazy things to people and there's a there's a there it is surreal movie. I saw before knives out and before nineteen seventeen it is is sincere. It is a is all seems like maybe a horror movie and there is one scene where he's just like it like screaming and firing shots into the air and looks amazing. I'm psyched I'm psyched as well. I let's see magnetic figure onscreen agrees it's awesome. I got a clip We're talking about Tom Steiner. Last week the song the Suzanne biggest song you emmy went and found her on love line in Nineteen Ama- sorry Go Go went founded circa nineteen ninety-seven life in her prime in me. I am sitting in the morning at the diner on the corner. I am waiting at the counter for the man to pour the coffee and.

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"adam" Discussed on Really Adam?

Really Adam?

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on Really Adam?

"To the Radio Adam podcast join me as we take a deeper dive into the passion skills and interests that drive us in life in everything that we do. I'm your host Adam Lipschitz. Hey everyone I am back <hes>. I know that it's being several weeks since Milosevic aside. I believe the last one was around the sixth in June so I definitely break my commitment of releasing a new episode every two weeks but such is life and <hes> you know as much as I wanted to be in front of a Mike again and this certainly does feel good it feels good to <hes> have everything sit up and be able to record another another episode <hes> but it's been it's been a bit of a Ruckus in my life for factors that she all probably all too familiar with <hes> be at work family Adleman and a bunch of other things that have just taken as sweet time and my attention <hes> this will likely be <hes> what I call the loss of sort of the season <hes> it's a bit of a weird concept you have seizing podcast but I've seen it happening and it feels like a good time to end my first one. What that does mean though is that there will be a season two and hopefully three four five and six ascend Alaska's on <hes> but I want to use this eighth episode two Solo of <hes> recap and just reflect on my journey so far with this podcast <hes> and with you guys a high of many of you out they have been actively listening to it? <hes> and I want to do something a little bit different. I <hes> instead of this episode being <hes> You know Specific Arana Susan Topic. It's sort of like me reaching out to so you to help me out for the next steps are <hes> so none of this scripted as you probably can imagine <hes> it is more than a suppose an active exploration of wait. This podcast can go and I'm kind of curious to hear a people's feedback on <hes> what the next step should be so as opposed this also explains a bit why it's taking me so long to record another episode and I wanted this one to be honest and transparent as to my journey without trying to make any specific excuses even though that might sound like them <hes> in reality and the reason why I actually started this podcast and affairs places that that I am just a talked of person I feel like I have to say something about anything. <hes> it's a place in China curse but I wanted to use this platform to share my thoughts on a literally a variety of topics that <hes> you know <hes> it's the whole spectrum <hes> so you know when I when I when I first started this I had this concept of the passion skills and interests because I thought it was broad enough and relevant enough to allow me to explore different often areas that are have interesting and at the same time by doing so I'm exploring my own in that sense <hes> you know my own passions in my own skills and interests and <hes> I think the idea was also to engage with others more often so you know to have more interview base episodes that allow me to explore other people's passion skills and interest <hes> and that's still very much in the college but that's proven to be a little bit more difficult. kidder because New York is a crazy city. It's a two super busy place. Yvonne is always on the move and caught up in our own lives forbid OAS <hes> so ah I didn't it it became like a barrier to track commit to always having someone come to my little apartment and and record unite an hour long interview <hes> but I didn't want that to stop me from continuing on this podcast journey so it just happened that you know the majority of social just me and I hope he is enough fullfill a lot of youth that do listen <hes> that being said you know off to given this a shot and it's being an incredible journey so far to learn how to do this to build <hes> to to to to grow my confidence in using my voice to shame opinions and thoughts as opposed to writing <hes> to lend the technology technology that goes with it. You know like I know nothing about sound. It's been like really just trial and error of getting the the levels right leaning Garros Band and he fakes and being able to publish to I tunes and spotify and customizing the podcast description and there's so much <hes> but it's been very exciting to see it grow and refining. Am I mean refined along the way but I'm pretty sure I still have a way to go <hes> so I don't Wanna I don't WanNa drag on for too long but I've Yeah I've been caught up in the space of not having a lot of time to to record something but also not knowing what to record about anymore as time goes by have more and more ideas ideas than end up choosing none. It's kind of like the Netflix of my life you know you browsing through like an endless list of TV series and you spend twenty minutes doing so and then you realize should I haven't even chosen anything and then you've just exhausted hosted yourself in this act of browsing. It's almost like I think somebody coined the term as choice parenthesis and I feel like I've been stuck in that space now. That's basis not unfamiliar to me as a when I used to write a lot <hes> it's very <music> similar to having a writer's block <hes> and I suppose I don't know if this is a thing but I had a podcast block and <hes> <hes> Jaba stuck in it and it's been very hard to get out of it so even today when a new I had this just natural innocent desire to just sit in front of a Mike and Record something. I didn't actually have a topic at hand or topic Denim Radi really keen to speak about. I have lots of little wines but nothing thing that really drew me to it and a nearly did not do this but then I thought you know why not just explore <hes> those topics that are having mind and instead of me choosing wine. Why don't I just share some of them with you and I'll be very hurricane to hear what you have in mind? I basically want to engage with my audience. I have a small and try get an understanding of what you like to hear. What would you like more of and sort of use that feedback then shape the knicks season of the podcast so I have actually written some of them down? It's any scripted part of this episode and the list goes as follows the first one to sort of very rudimentary. Eh Everything I've just said is about barriers of creativity I wanted I want to dive into what's stopping us from pursuing creative outlets or just creating in general <hes> and. It's you know in this podcast as a as an example like I have Susan Barriers that obviously stop in me and I don't you know time is a barrier persistency like what's the what is my goal would doing this genus because I'm enjoying it. I'm doing this because I have like a goal of reaching a certain number of subscribers and until we get them unsatisfied like is it a big one for me. As Aquino we live in a in a small apartment in Yokohama podcast equipment open is in a bag behind the couch because God forbid Joji sees it and it's in the way of everything so <hes> to to just even recalled this episode means that I have to unpack everything accelerating up connective within secchia about half an hour record something then repack everything neatly very neatly and then put it behind the couch again so that's a barrier of creativity from me because it's a step. That's basically deterring me from doing what I WANNA do. If of course I had like a <hes> appreciate studio that can just come off to work and everything is they all have to take a seat and and and and press record. That's a different story so I wanted to dive into the sort of barriers <hes> maybe that's worth exploring <hes> a couple people asked me to <hes> share my story from a career point of view basically my career path thus far <hes> you know from going to have studied <hes> the business business signs at at at University of Cape Town to you know turning down a job as a private investor in Investec and instead chooses to be a social media manager at a very young and new <hes> creative agency and my journey through from next Jason Media to project management to software nominee OAKTON product and you know what led me to get to where I am now and some some <hes> milestone it can hide along the way so that's that's another angle that can take if people are interested in and similar to that is that <hes> maybe a bit of my life path but that feels a little bit. I don't know what I don't WanNa say egotistical but like check it. It's sort of biographical like if people want to know like how I I don't know the story of my life was supposed to to the state and I'll have to probably summarize it because a lot of happened but if that's of interest and I'm happy to dive into that and maybe over a number of episodes some of that have actually been wanting to do and it sort of ties to <hes> the passion skills and interests is that <hes> I might want to a couple of episodes around us. I'll see but basically <hes> I've always been attracted to gaming and fantasy <hes> world of magic and books and Video Games and computer games and <hes> very recently recently dungeons and dragons some that have wanted to play my whole life and never had a chance to do so and then very recently in the past few weeks of base keeping picking up all the material and learning everything I need to know about it and I started hosting a a game way by I am the Dungeon Mazda <hes> I'm actually it's a very complicated and <hes> requires a lot of Adleman by basically I'm the storyteller the sits the Walden and moves the pace of the game and take I have three people that I grew up in a take him three an adventure kind of like if you've been listening to the adventure or if you watched <hes> the critical role and those sort of podcast shows it's <hes> yeah would love. After dive moines to that or similar topics in the realm of <hes> gaming and fantasy I feel like that's a a ties up a number of things that I'm interested in potentially good at at an earth. It's still near <hes> but I would love to explore that have been more if there is is someone that a bunch of people that want to hear that I'm happy to explore that then again this is this is my.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Folly Adam Curle show on Twitter at Adam Curle show on Twitter at Adam Curle voicemail at eight six four seven four four subscribed to curl, the classics hosted by Bruce or Chris locks, Amata and super fancy of come on out to fans in the sand to June first at sea legs on the beach at bolsa Chica tickets and involve the on gasman degree of movies and more that I'm Corolla dot com and stay tuned for AP news. Your home is important. That's why gyco helps make it easy to save on homeowner's insurance. Because home is more than just a place. Home is where you have a cute little reading for those rainy days, when you want to curl up with a good book, but you don't even read so you just sit in there during thunderstorms and scroll through memes on your phone, and laugh in the darkness. The guy co insurance agency could help protect the dark mean filled corner, you call home. Call geico. See how easy it is to switch and save on homeowner's insurance. Trump in the Democrats. I'm Tim Maguire the AP news. The President Trump says he won't work with Democrats as long as they're investigating is administration. They wanna make this a big deal whether or not they carry the big I word out. I can't imagine that, but they probably would he's referencing impeachment. Let them play the games. We're going to go down one track at a time. Let them finish up. And we'll be all said Trump walked out of a meeting with Democrats on infrastructure later. House speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters plain sight in the public domain. This president is obstructing Justice and you think age in a cover up and that could be an impeachable. The Los Angeles district attorney's office declined to file charges against actor Rick Schroder after may first arrest on suspicion of domestic violence has girlfriend called nine one one that day saying he punched her. The next day. She said he may have hit her by accident after she startled him as he was sleeping. I'm Tim Maguire..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast. One. From Corolla one studios in Glendale, California. This is the Adam Corolla show with Gina grad on news and ball, Brian on sound effects, and now staunchly pro-life. Unless you're a mountain dew drinking GD, J, Callen fan doesn't turn right on red in which case please kill your baby and yourself. Adam corolla. Yeah. Get it on got to get it on a jet get on mandate kid in on. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for sharing when love when you tell people about this pod. Good day geographic, grad. Ball. Brian sucks sucks. Okay. I'll go to that sucks. Okay. Sucks heard. You guys did a bang-up job on the show while I was gone. So thank you for that actually do it, it was fun. Well, my pleasure, I have my schedule in front of me because I think I put together about the busiest four and a half days of my life. And I've, I've have some busy days busy week. We've had this conversation before. So this is this is now topping the list I dunno. I told Matt to print out my schedule for last week and into the weekend and beyond. And I and I thought we could go over, and I thought, what you guys think I, I went this half of the show brought to you by four hymns dot com slash Corolla podcast. Stand.

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The news with Gina grad. Hey, you can check out going racing with Adam Karol and podcast one. We're doing a little more automotive pod. So those you your heads perfect timing. Those gear hits can check that out. Going racing at podcast one also J Moore's coming in tomorrow. Good sports means Shek coming up live shows everywhere, San Francisco, Sacramento, brea, Volvo, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, tackle, bell material. It's not sleep on that check that out leave a rating and review AMC role dot com for all that stuff and chassis until next. I'm Gina grad in ball, Brian Saint Mahala. Sex mad gorilla, man. Fall. The show on Twitter at Adam Lucio, follow us on Twitter at Adam Corolla voicemail at eight six three four seven four four for tickets and info on the line podcasts. Not material Adam Curle is unprepared. Angry events, movies and more code, Adam Corolla dot com. Good sports coming up, Dave damage, Jack and Adam Corolla right up to this. And now I thought from Geico motorcycle took fifteen minutes to click on the banner ad entitled, you won't believe what these child stars look like now be dissatisfied and kinda sad about how the child stars look. And now your computer is played by pup ads on this can't be good to add insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen click bait minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance to Geico. Geigo fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance. The fruits. Recapping..

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"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"adam" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Fifteen eighty seven from twenty fifteen Adam once again trucks out the judge office to record a one on one jutted already been on the show before. And there was a previous office. Visit that you know all about that's right. The first time we went to office Judd convinced Adam to go forward with this movie idea that Adam had in his brain. And Adam got inspired and ended the show saying, you know, I am going to do my movie I'm going to read my movie, thanks Judd. And that movie became rode hard. So this severe hard was released three months before this interview that you're gonna listen to you right now, check it out. Jut appetite is here, and I should say I am here in towns office. It is it is. We're here on the Sony lot great see again Judd and thank you for doing this. And this is very. Bringing back a lot of on the lot memories for me because every single one of these offices exactly the same. The stuff is all rented from the same place as a bunch of dry, Ray sports. I like it. I like with new office because I'm such a hoarder to my office, which crap in it that I can't even think anymore. So I like a new clean space. Yeah. You know? I've always said you should throw a party once a year at your house because it forces you to get your shit together it forces you to do shout entry hall. That's got Heil boxes and bugs and things. I just kind of it's kind of a barracks inspection of life. Jeff girl, does a funny thing. But he's at Largo. He brings tons of his crap. And he puts it all over the place in the lobby, and he just tells you you can take any of that stuff when you leave, and he leaves that all these old records and vinyl and books that. DVD's he'll never look at. And he has audience take it home. Well, I won't get into this the book, by the way sick in the head conversations about life and comedy. It.

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