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"albert albert" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You won't believe your eyes I think it's in the fall thrift stores you'll find something cute maybe gently worn for Indian clothing if retail again eleven on highway one hundred at lightning greenfield in twenty third today's color courageous moment is actually over a first rate one of those things about our fellow humans it touched my heart this is the story of Albert and Rudy so Rudy owns an auto repair shop and he loves his employees and he had an employee named Albert Albert pushing seventy I was really starting to have a lot of trouble physically doing the very physical labor involved in the auto shop and is Rudy said about Albert I could tell his age and the physicality of the job we're starting to take a toll and so we wanted to know why was still working he could see he was really struggling to work and Albert said there he didn't have enough money to pay off his mortgage and when he had the mortgage paid off he was going to retire and so just something he told Rudy and didn't really think about it and then Albert all of a sudden finds out then his boss Rudy the owner of the shop had written a check and paid off the balance of his mortgage and.
"albert albert" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Today's court courageous moment is actually over a first rate one of those things about our fellow humans it touched my heart so is the story of Albert and Rudy to Rudy owns an auto repair shop and he loves his employees and he had an employee named Albert Albert pushing seventy which is really starting to have a lot of trouble physically doing the very physical labor involved in the auto shop and is Rudy said about Albert I could tell his age and the physicality of the job we're starting to take a toll and so we wanted to know why was still working because he could see he was really struggling to work and Albert said there he didn't have enough money to pay off his mortgage and when he had the mortgage paid off he was going to retire and so just something he told Rudy and didn't really think about it and then Albert all of a sudden finds out they said his boss Rudy the owner of the shop had written a check and paid off the balance of his mortgage and said go be with your family go enjoy your life I mean how great is that so now we got Albert now owns three bedroom home in taxes free and clear he does it just because the generosity of his boss I mean what goodness resides in so many of us we only hear often in the news about the bad that goes on but there's so many people who have a kind generous heart and I think that's wonderful Joe I think we have time for the NASCAR here yep we certainly do court is where you post at Clark dot com slash **** question form again Thomas Hardy says what is the best way to go about getting a will made Clark Thomas it depends on your situation if you have a really simple situation no complicated blended family stuff you're not rolling in money you can do your own will pretty easily using the software will make her very popular software kit on one of the places you can get is.
"albert albert" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Yeah get it where you can man right chicken marinade. They can limes. I've got a lime tree out back and thinking lines can start with limes so here. Why did we cover today. Cats are okay. Everybody's good old. Cats are a little lean gene. I'm well into nicotine fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen days. I'm doing okay leveling off. AMD are working pretty well. I do not know what to marinate my chicken. Thighs in world is ending Betty. Gilpin did not give me a fish playlist the ghosts at the Seattle more more theater are probably there but I think I summoned lightning. It wasn't just goes. I summoned lightning I'd like to I'll make it about me. I'd I'd like to think I have that much power some of this stuff doing we'll. We'll dicey little button pushing. I've gotten some emails about my final bit. Some concerned fan emails are sort of like we were laughing through it but it felt wrong. A you know what I mean. Come on digits words. Hey little a little less angry working on it working on stuff so Danny Huston is here. Danny estimate a nice movie. He's been in a lot of movies also on succession the season that show I love that show by the way Oh yeah N- started breaking bad again okay up to speed everyone's here this movie. The last photograph is touching dark move. It's not I don't know if it's dark. It's just heavy emotionally but it's poetic. It's one of those movies that grownups like me enjoy seeing it's exactly we the it is a beautiful deep moving sad independent film but that movie the last photograph if is is now in theaters and on demand and this is me talking to these star and director of that movie. Danny Houston UH Mayes Rickety old house in the Hollywood hills that certainly has a life of its own. She'd been there a long time. Yeah probably about fifteen years yeah. That's a whole different life up there. It seems I mean that's the life that people think of when they think of Hollywood I'm literally under the Hollywood sign. I can't see it but if you're looking at me I can extend my arms wide the opening hold him and hold the back of by chance it can so if somebody's looking at you in front of your house exact I get it well. That's nice so fifteen years. Where were you before that New York. No I was a near Laurel Canyon near Wonderland. Oh Yeah Wonderland Wonderland the street the horrible Yeah Slaughter Street hip. It's weird. That's the point of reference and sort of like I'm I'm up by the White House. You didn't mention the charming a school that's how he was known for. Did you watch yes you do see once upon a time in Hollywood. I loved it. He did right God. I loved him because you grew up in some of that right. I mean I in a way in a way I really I I grew up in Ireland and Lucky lucky pass cheers and and Italy and then I went to school in England so I I came to Hollywood late my father you know he lived in in Ireland and then later in Mexico but yeah but la was always sort of stopping point the Mexico period. It's so weird that the generation of of Your Dad's those guys they just went to Mexico. I don't you know Peckinpah. GonNa go do they. Had this romantic I am sorry that's what I always associate the family the Houston family with this kind of strange adventuring thing international well. I mean I gr- growing up. I wasn't well. I guess I was clear clear that he was that he was director but he'd come from far away countries bearing gifts and it was like a pirate coming to visit the house and with Tall Tales and yeah swatch buckling kind of Guy and Ireland he he left a sadly after about four or five marriages. I guess we'd where do you fall in house it like because I had your half sister. She's your half sister right Anjelica here. Yeah your mother was which wife my mother was sh. She wasn't a white how a up my mother was inbetween wife number four and five or either between five and six and and but you had a relationship with everybody. Oh yes I know my father and my mother were tremendous together and and ver- very close but yes there was there was a lot going on always but now white things have settled down but like when you started like where'd you grow like you were in. Italy like like right in Rome. I grew up in Rome because my father I was making a film based on a rather well known book called the Bible Though Yeah right and and it was it was a long pre production shen and post production the whole thing took about three or four years and so I I happen to be born there i. I like to say that I was conceived. If we're using his films as a measuring stick I was conceived during Freud born during the Bible and t- On night of the Iguana and so I I spent some time on on on the set of the Bible and I I remember watching the first cut and you know once fathers I is is God probably for forever his his son and daughter but in this particular case the film starts and here in the beginning my father during the voice over for God and then the next thing I knew he was noah animals following them into into into New York right and this this was just fantastic for me and then and then my mother was also in it plays Hagar and she's in in the desert he said Noah Abraham Abraham and and she's in the desert a dying dying of thirst and suddenly this kid appears who's our son and he's not me right at that point. I got very confused and I've had that problem really all my life trying to differentiate fiction mm from reality. It's hard right. It is like I interviewed. There's a guy who's the guy that wrote the big book on your family. Larry Global grow. I interviewed him a while back he he he's the big interview guy and I remember I set out to interview the interviewer and it went on a a long time and I'm not sure what I was looking for. I know that I had like he came back again. To what was your did you like that book yes. Yes I think we we we. We all liked it. At times. Dove the possibly a little too deeply into with interviews with others I felt but my favorite book biography was a book called an Open Book uh-huh that my father wrote and so wonderful collection of stories about the family or short stories. It's a collection of stories from his his life and they're just there's just marvelous and and we used to kid around saying it's anything but an open book. It doesn't reveal the sort of things that Larry rebel grow well yeah I I I didn't I didn't dent it. was you know it's a big book and I will eventually get it. You know it's it's great from from from you know you learn a lot about Walter. Huston grandfather's grandfather I remember him from the the devil and Daniel Webster Daniel Webster that's right and and you know he was born in Toronto and his struggles and it's it's. It's it's an interesting book from sort of from my point of view piece of family history sure well yeah. I'd say it sort of fills in the gaps I would imagine for you. If someone else's doing the research I did that. I did that show finding your roots. You know it's a genetic thing and then they do the research on it and and it was it was interesting but you had a guy thorough research and talk to everybody involved in incorporated into the history of show business. That's a nice thing to have yeah as a point reference. It is even if he did dig up some bad shoot. Sometimes you got bad shit there. Yeah it's better than than now it. CR- create creates a dramatic read so white. When did you realize it. Show business was the thing I I felt somewhat assumed you know we just mentioned Walter my Father Angelica. Yeah my cool cool sister and jellicoe yeah and how much older she about ten years okay so she was in. It and you're like whoa she was. I mean as a kid you know she was. She's still is incredibly cool. Oh but she she she was friends with like the rolling stone and Jack Nicholson and so this was incredibly the exciting here but yeah my nephew Jack Houston. It's kind of like the family business so I mean I resisted for a while. I I like to paint and and I sometimes saw my father struggle with the whole circus act the ass surround filmmaking right and and and the money involved and it I could see that it it caused them trouble from time to time even though he knew how to play the game yes so beautifully I mean he was just a poker player really yeah yeah he bluffing just just like in what situations where was the what was the education was. I'll I'll give you an example. I remember when he was making his honor with with Angelica and Jack. Actually he a guy from ABC ABC came up and said Mr Houston's and crab why you're using such a low amount of of of footage a film you're saving so so much in in in the budget by doing so and he said thank you very much. It's very kind of you and then and then when the gentlemen left left after the room follows idiot you know he doesn't understand that the can't cut it any other way. Aso's control he he'd be cutting in the cameras so that so that so they didn't have any where to go any option yeah. That's that's. That's the kind of thing you know that sort of trickery and when you were coming up like so you started as a painter college I went to art school. I went to film school and and you're in in London Yum and then and then I had this moment when he was making a film called under the volcano. Oh Yeah Albert Albert Albert Finney based on Malcolm Lowry and he he was struggling with the title sequence. I I used to make him a a cocktail drinks depending what country he was in it would be a different rank. in Mexico it was cool libra a Roman coke and and I brought him a coke and he it upset him he said No. No no no the coke should only color the run the back of Puerto and we watched we watched Russia's around the volcano for under the volcano and and he was struggling with this with this title title sequence opposed to it was paper Mash as dolls but they didn't move so as long shots were very static right for the so he turned turnaround to me and said Danny any you've been to film school and stuff right directly to title sequence and and.
"albert albert" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The class was immediately after lunch, and and on this particular day that we're going to have a debate in class and one of them debaters one of the kids who was going to be part of the debate was late. Yes. His name is Albert Albert often came came late to class. And so we've been waiting and waiting and waiting for ten minutes went by fifteen twenty and eventually he showed up being dragged in by this camp security guy. The school security guard, and I thought the security guard brought him in because he was out doing some miscreants stuff like smoking pot again. And so I kind of lay into Albert for being late again and for not holding up his responsibilities class. But I was like, no, no, no, no other says that he had been at the handball court playing with his friends, and then when it was time to go from the court back the class DS to border patrol agents. This came out of nowhere in their green. Uniforms, demanding to see his papers. Like who are you where you from? Let me see your ID, and he tries to give them his school ID, but they wouldn't take it. And they actually told him that he needed a federal idea of some sort for them to believe at all that he was the United States citizen or belong on the campus. And once just standing there like border patrol really I was haranguing the kid, obviously, Magen three or four other students in class just kind of stepped in and said, no Albert's telling you the truth. Not only is Albert telling the truth. But in the last couple of weeks or patrol had been on the handball courts in the playing field repeatedly stopping students harassing students. And I was quite frankly shocked. One.
"albert albert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He was actually quite good basketball and talking trash. I don't know. Trade. But then he's yelling at the GM. You need me. Jimmy's back. Yeah. Really does he want out or now? What would you say? Now, boy, a lot of drama the juice worth sweet. So he'd pulled off the Seinfeld character. Yeah. He. New. Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy sweet. Garage. This is a guy who is your proactively trying to get himself traded away. 'cause there's a pause in the action like sitting around going. Okay. This Miami deals almost going to happen. Then you find out it doesn't happen. Well, it's time to go in and go take the nuclear option at practice. That's the nuclear. I would agree. It's the nuclear option. That's right. That's when you force me timber wolves to take whatever's being offered or the efforts to try to make the. Right now. He's probably thinking. All right. He might be do you think? When do you think that packs of their feet up in the advocate center raining Twitter? And they're having a party, probably are they toast each other. They like you want to go after I how's everyone liking tips. And Jimmy now man that's a lot of drama with those two around. Meanwhile, ties Derrick rose and dang are all laughing in the corner. Why don't we try and call ties we should call tie? Taj has always been an open book mind now. Now, these SIV Taj will pick up the call he'd been great to us in the past. Zsa he's playing brick breaker upstairs. Ouch. What does that mean? What's the now by Reckitt? Ralph Merck, the occasional and getting ready for Wisconsin. Being of course. Yes. Who's wisconsin? There's all Michigan. Big house. Michigan only all did. They only lose to Notre Dame's season to look like a decent loss. If you can. Right. Times all throughout did you ever play at the big house the bus cow? Never we play Notre Dame never played at the big. Oh, yeah. Bec whenever planet. Ohio state. No was Notre Dame like the coolest venue. You were at as a call as a college football player. We played a USA because y'all. Oh, yeah. Coliseum. Yeah. Who is? Was Rodney p Eric f halter was guy lucky Marcus cotton. Oh, yeah. They had a lot of guys Dwayne Bicket on there. Then probably fell real was defensively on that team. Probably. I think he was called. No, no, no, no one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Well, for me, this was even earlier this was still real Ye seven ninety seven. Yeah. I would have thought he's older. He's got to be alive. Looked to see when Jack got out. I mean, there were some good players. I think John Jackson junior one of the wide receivers. Also was there. There was a lot of guys on that team. We drilled you win. Now, I think we hung with we ended up losing. But I think we had Notre Dame beat at Notre Dame into the late in the third quarter. And I think Mark green who I played with here. In Chicago ran for like one hundred twenty five. He went to run for one three Martin nice guy. Great guy. He's still is locally super nice guy. Tell you. I was there was the Tim Ryan was there, and Dan Owens was there. I'm sure yeah. Both those guys were defensive. Did you guys then Grun heart on thinking Notre Dame? Yeah. In Chicago is one of my favorite. Grun hardwood have been there. Timmy Ryan would have been on that offense blind. Yep. The big guy boom Miller would have been on that offense of line random, Tim Grun heart story, I sat in the bleachers with Tim Greenwich. Dan, patrick. Bleachers grown hard. Great guy. That little it was a Mark grace friends be MAC slash Mark, grace, friends thing. Engage in Florida took me with nice, Tim Graham, Dan, Patrick me. And Dan flato in south bend during the spring and it was the day after the spring game. And I bumped into hard. They're good heartbreaker. Proud alumni of my high school. He was an undrafted player too. Wasn't. He was the underground aren't second round. Draft drafted second round Kansas City. Bad will shields on the right side, Dave's zapped on the letter that remember that big John? About that Kansas City, the one guy that I will vividly remember having zero success against I mean, there's a long list of them. But was it was Albert Albert Albert Lewis six two with the longest arms I've ever seen. It was like one of those things where you hold your hand on the forehead of a child and the child tries to run and runs place. That was me. I sixty minutes against the chiefs. It was awful. All right, boys. What's coming up on the big show this Jimmy drama? I mean, we weren't expecting that. That's funny stops. Great. And we'll see we get Tajon. Obviously we're all things bears getting set for bears. Dolphins will the good times continue to roll dann Wieder up at three busy day at house today is her first real back to work day. Now they were back on Monday. But now they're prepping for the dolphins Louis Riddick. It four will bind Jean grecko in the five o'clock hour, we'll play you the cap stuff on Kris Bryant coming up next. What indeed happened here recently with Kris Bryant and extension talks? And then we'll hear a little parts of our John Lester interview, if you missed that was good. Yes. My wife radio partner, lots of fun and hold on their Waddell, hold on nature horses. Hold on one second while I don't have any horses. We have the ultimate MVP's. These aren't just any envy. These special ones. You guys are this like the best seat in the house. Courtesy of David seats for not only our show, but for the golick in wing goes show. For Friday's twenty year anniversary party. In Libertyville, got share share? I have a chair and. We'll have the alternate. MVP spot those great seats. Don't forget. I mean in that joke like two weeks ago..
"albert albert" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"I going? To say no social media. Right now man Drake is killing at once again with that we dated and it is what I'm gonna do. Say no so it's one of those things where somebody kind of ask you a question, is like what are we going? To do, say, no You know what I'm saying. Like when you go somewhere and say you know we put a large Brian every because, we're at a smaller boxes you? That okay I don't want, to say. No Can I speak to him Did you call me back, when you don't boxes again let's go ahead and bring. Some people into the neighborhood Let's let's bring Albert internet, enabled us he was going down with Albert Albert halo Right now but. How do you answer that question what is Man No Okay Hold. On hold. On You gotta start from the beginning our because. Your phone went dead? Are you. Go ahead Oh all. Right so so, take work twelve hours ten hours. A day sometimes and I get home my baby mama give it. Like change his diaper Boy say no not at all Oh man and especially she'd been at home with the little one and we understand you work twelve hours? Slaving you know what I'm saying but when you, get home and, the green says change that diaper what, am I gonna. Do say no not at? All you know what I'm saying Denzel Washington state, after thirty five years of marriage. He just do what he's told you know what I'm saying, is all right Going, down to see is the Bella. Bring Isabel and to the neighborhood Isabella halo Is the now how do you answer that okay well it's my birthday Now is it your. Actual birthday today now it's? My. Actual, birthday my birthday Oh happy. Birthday. Birthday to you Alrighty go here? My, love talking to you. Guys today Talk. To you. What are we gonna do say no Yeah.
"albert albert" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"And on the chris krok show fitter fitter tweed twitter feed feeder tweety like that one executive producer chris you don't like that one fitter tweed go to facebook type in chris crock show that's chris crock show click on the public figure click like and scroll down and see the one that is just a great little post for the consumption up the mood after the north korean news there's a school in north texas for eight years has had a birthday tradition the birthday tradition involves getting a spanking right and and it's it's one spank per here so let's say it's an elementary school surly it's going to get five right i'm just listening to that aren't you and finally after eight years one or two it's it depends on who your who news source you're going to trust this is all over the news tonight one or two maybe three parents complained in eight years and so the complaint somebody called channel eleven here in the metroplex and from the school district and it's an albert albert is fifty miles north of fort worth elver isd and their elementary school has been doing this under the principal for eight years and the superintendent has defended it in the past the principles defendant that passing through it's not a big deal we we don't actually spank them we call it a spanking but it's you know it's like whatever pat or whatever it's more it's a tradition kids love it it's a big deal you can opt out if you want you can do a high five you can get a they do high fives and a hug but you probably don't want the.
"albert albert" Discussed on WEEI
"Either you play hardball and you say screw it i'm all in all you do a back and forth song and dance and you leave chance hush please let's listen i'm teaching you something right here pay attention i know you used to sitting in the corner with a big dunce hat on okay but i'm gonna lie you allow you to sit in the front row i'm allow you to sit in the front row and then as you raise your hand raise your hand politely regime politely and i'll say a little boy little boy in the front you can have the floor you can have a question there's only one way to do it albert and if you don't see it you're too dumb to pay attention that's the only way to do it and now hold on albert how hold on hold on hold on hold on okay now albert little albert in the front row okay you can talk now bill albert albert albert we're talking to you albert seen this now now we're talking ability now billy has his hand raised i'm allow billy to talk do you wanna talk or not do you wanna talk album go ahead ability do you wanna talk what you do here's what will make is okay you deprive the patriots of your abilities in your presence you don't go on instagram and act like a child you don't make these these tweets and you don't attract attention from the outside you can listen to what i just said did you not even okay listen albert listen listen albert okay go clean the bathroom cleaning urinal make sure there's lots of coffee cups and paper towels for everyone to wash their hands with and dry their hands with.
"albert albert" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Wait so he he only had to live with them till he was ten i still fucking obsess really chickens god that's so annoying like some trauma this is the guy that can't get over his high school girlfriend but aside schoolgirl which is what the story is telling after ten years of worry with incubators that did not hatch and with tiny and in their own way lovely balls of fluff that passed on incubators into semi naked polar hood and from that into dead hen hood we threw all aside and packing our belongings on a wagon drove down griggs road towards bidwell a tiny caravan of hope looking for a new place from which to start on our upward journey through life we must have been a sad looking lot not high fancy unlike refugees fleeing from a battlefield don't compare yourself to refugee yeah maybe you weren't buddy you left to chicken and you'll have to check your privilege my friend mother and i walked the road wait he in the mom had to walk in the road while the dad gets to ride in the car yeah women and children can't be in the car it can't be in the car because then they might think they could drive they have to be seen but not driven the wagon that contained her goods had been borrowed for the day from mr albert albert griggs a neighbor we griggs of griggs wow chiller rhody out of its side stuck the legs of cheap chairs and at the back of the pile of beds tables and boxes filled with kitchen utensils was a crate of live chickens you're asking there it is under there.
"albert albert" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Winning customer support d i n g exclamation point three so head on over to square space now because they're making it easy on you tissues our offer code stuff when you ready to launch and you will save ten percent off your first purchase square space think it dream it make it wisquare space uh so let's talk about the psychology of all the stuff yet animal psychology and people psychology he's really not much different ibf skinner is a person psychologists very famous one yeah he created the skinner box that's right it has children and i was that what's his face i don't know i thought you're talking about the kid that was kept in isolation arthur oh um baby albert albert noted let's totally different that was some fear extinction that they were studying catch as his conditioning that skinner was all about um so operate conditioning is what we're talking about and that's basically uh connecting a behavior with the signal um and giving the animal reward yeah it's like it's pretty much a onetwothree cycle yes it's basically saying like um you did something that any even remotely close to what i want you to hear some food and now you have the animals attention they're like oh where did that come from right now uh you kind of shape that behavior where it's like the no come on let's let's try turning to the right and that if they move to the right they get a little bit of food and maybe if they turn all the way the right they get a bunch of food here um and then you have say you're leading of with the stick yeah.
"albert albert" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Right that would be disturbing i mean if you saw if all these guys run into these baseball fields in whatever had just no i don't want to see that for some reason it takes a whole new model as they call it at the baseball yelled and then the third naked story involving poop is there is now another and i don't think i saw this in our lineup if i'm jumping ahead i apologise but there is another mysterious pooper i think in arkansas yeah who's a pooping in wiping his fecal matter on cars a lot of fecal matter in from the accident that there are a couple of months ago lots of fecal being flung around while there is also the guy in the airplane who they had to emergency land a plane because he got in the bathroom at the plane and smeared walter all over the young is this fecal week yeah out its tico year you're welcome today's albert albert out out already already seeing the year a year later today down show people are forgetting how to use the bathroom already here in israeli eighteen we're reverting to monkey like behavior yeah this is danny in terms of odd hope for the future and dragged where anita home which way isn't going at this point know how they had that midnight clock that says when the world would be destroyed us and right now it's at like eleven fifty nine i feel like after that might be doomsday clock i think that that's pretty accurate eleven fifty nine.
"albert albert" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"But off more than we can do i don't know i don't know we had to a ballroom with giant windows in a panoramic view of the us capitol everybody gathers for a quick lunch grilled meat in veggies on sticks in the panelist take their seats to the right of the stage team daisy the funeral planning nap they're the first up to pitch in cow a salesman for new jersey kicks it off soldiers one thing here that we all have in common and that's something just the is meeting up here talking to you and that's a death planning to do two funeral planning what did not have done four wedding planning the panel's responses they like the idea and they offer a few suggestions to make it better remember this team did just meet each other calling laven says she came up with the idea when she got on the bus this morning all things considered this goes pretty well just before dinar is up the pitch the team is standing in a circle there's still not sure how to focus the company with now they're talking about wanted to billions if you wanted to be more than happy been this isn't different albert albert linked linked annoyance when i think we need to preserve the source for harken investors are looking out and then they're on the stage all six of them standing in a row once he member explains what the company will do to the extent that even know what does provide says amounted four people in bus fare cryptocurrency cain interest rates and do so by investing in small businesses and here perhaps noticing the puzzled faces in the room adam jumps back to square one and he starts explaining by cryptocurrencies are even useful in the first place they provided a form of value transfer that is decentralised not controlled by any central entity and it's on the internet so it is instant and that fees to transact on the networks are extremely well frankly it's a mess they slog through the next minute or so and then they take questions all has a lot we'll tell me about it i it's just all over the place there's no clarity.
"albert albert" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Want to say that in mind tara career of interviewing athletes at that time especially at that time especially i'm to put albert belle in the top five most intimidating guys ever right there a mike tyson who still number one oh and if you want to listen to the podcast a reset mike tyson saying the me on my show time program the one day he was going to kill me he was going to look for me miami and kill me but that was a different time in my does it feel that way anymore albert was pretty scary our was pretty intimidating so omar vizquel and you might remember what omar vizquel was one of these slickest fuelling shortstops ever seen in my life i'm defensively he was an absolute freaking wizard what this guy could do and then he came out of the book and i thought that was a little unusual like omar vizquel at a book but then again knowing the literary industry the way i do not that this goes a great player pretty much anybody he got a book now the book industry works in a market professor nor a ton about this it's kind of like a lot of other things lots of people get opportunities and they don't have to all hit but the one big one that does carries all the other ones that don't and that's the bat colored horse racing we always talk about the it's so speculative and it's so high risk that there's gonna be a lot to just don't pan out but if you get that one or two big horses they pay for all the other ones that don't work so it's not that hard to get a book anyway omar had a book and had some things that saying that book about albert belle and if i'm not mistaken albert just call the show one day it took exception to what this code written i mean we didn't book albert albert was listening to the show and called up in 2002 a kepler has been a long just listening to this show driving around one day listening to this show is say let's that's up to say.
"albert albert" Discussed on WEEI
"A little oh surprise he had a question oh boy lovely w won't as you know twenty four alive say that again our guys got what was that why why people filing out last night usga yes i question what's a question what is it i think was horrible guy that question why is it why down 21 got one oh boy kellie how are you oh boy it is not going to say i would say that again what was that albert albert albert it's not a question to ask you ask one stupid sir you say that i got okay fine gael please liable be can't stop aerobic don't you flick albert this big chance may take your point last one night with one of those banner night it was one of those nights of unity not only how are you a little one point in the fourth quarter why will people even matches i don't get it why why people who have got wave w i think they will leave the statement masses out because they were getting blown out this book twelve o'clock at night and they and they had worked in you don't have to just wake up take the meds and then go the group therapy take your your diaper changing all lying dead on day i mean some people have actually work idiots seventy twenty seven fridge we'll touch i am upcoming you really should be a weekend host like on may be that show intervals and which drove the sompong okay mud charlie weis nauert without a doubt guy charlie weis his daughter safe alan charlie weis in albert we could alec alik alan charlie that's a good show ellen charlie yeah they could break down x is ineligible football guys yes all by albert's arcore football k right some some of those caixin cookies that albert has lent around the house you could bring up and they could have david i think he may get may make it charlie weis.
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"Bolton you know what duckie tunes looks like you've seen pictures you do we look just like cuper it just it's it's there's some question marks that definitely get a raised by that that revelation but the fact that there is this revelation you know makes it all the more interesting that we've got to know gene e e so much in lake in a why this family why did did the dabal ganger of innocent cooper go to this family yeah yeah also just worth mentioning that naming naomi watts has been killing it like at genie e especially early on when she like really told off the two criminals in the playground like just some really spectacular moments for naomi oh yeah and and you know and the fact that the diane is being played by laura dern whose mother is diane and she's basically playing her mother i you know she's just playing her mother like she looks like our brotherly diane could look like anything that you read in syria in the original series and it's like oh my gosh playing haram that is hilarious i'm sure there's so many idiosyncrasies that are her mother and it's just it's just past i was so shocked that diane was so vulgar and i was like how i you can't really imagine cooper having gotten along so well with diane back in the day if diane was always like this and as soon as i thought that the first time as was like you haven't he's also really close with albert albert scion of a pill as well yes indeed i mean you know the and was this just this.
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"Said was lisa never have to now prefer island again i thought that was kind of the sweet moment it really was yes i'm glad you did yes i really leaker packed i agree with martin what your aunt from from we're talking about the coaching pedigree of even who you definitely tobacco she yeah the question the albert albert albert hold on for second hour degrees become the other coaches these are going to be on the other coach in the eastern conference can you name yep we just the best conference you'll you'll the other hand you can't even name like a couple of conscious of these god for who they say that if guarded equality could make or any of you reason why the with it could be you it lack of defense the core perry your money market more mocking will don't want to recap our i wanna recapping last year and i don't wanna recap the last series which are point i won't when the folks well then are enable quite a poor little thing that i but they're going to white people we will be greatly crowder rapidly i figured how i think they're gonna get swept albert of course they think they're gonna why why does you know here it's has view hate my wife hey mutt why do i what i think much rambler i think what aggregate incoherent rambler i i did not fit in wait wait too long oh okay right uganda railway train even harder than jerry what's that is definitely my so i brought him i flyer today we got to flyers thousands rob charry i got one yesterday as well by the way so davos morale is a mud at night caller he i don't.
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"That you have to be a struggle but they could i think they have so okay and later try to definitely go to the superbowl so if you're about with check if you have a whole year with grew up a low you sign him to a contract is not going to get that make a contract yet so i would rather go up low signed the contract oh why when you go to cut retorts interview three brady my whole thing with that so let's say you're right you know trade brady of a just get you know played great you know you know think they'll attempt with three brady at this point ago would not the guy who he would not no one no get my question you also don't think later realize they'll accept that you can so emotionally you don't think in his head that he knows he could win with go up loped you you don't believe that so it i think this is that well you know you look anyone yourself albert albert albert you're not on albert albert albert you're not on with fell you naz seguin that would have disagree fuel but i know you go on their new guys look each other balls we're going to don't get we don't we go to go little different we actually disagree with each other okay it's good so go ahead continues point a moron we all think are up was good and i'll go get to get to point why would you know i could've gritty and then this huge that we're why and we want you what it phone calls out where they are you allowed this is two goals us okay so the power albert albert i'm albert oh answer question it's in so knowing when you say his name over and over again he by me for his eyes on there's a stupid yes okay so so that's the best ones it's a good dog outta would also is this what did you get more for four in a trade rob or brady i think you'll play to stew pretty if you give you more for brady.