17 Burst results for "Alex Park"

"alex park" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"alex park" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Of strange that might otherwise be heading to places like Bali are choosing. To come to the center. You can't hire a car to save yourself. You can't get a combination anywhere. However, if you're looking for a job, you know businesses can't hire fast enough. And you know, really That's a bit of a problem because Trump Yeah. Massive staff shortage. So that's the case here in Dallas, Also down it all the rumors. Well, everything's just getting booked out and, well, you know, really just into the start of the tourism seasons, so it's good news. But it is tricky. Wow. You know this? Of course, Alex because you are a regular attendee of dancing in the desert, because that's what you do at the embassy and Alice who's dancing the desert. And what? What is this event? Yeah. Okay. This is called very aptly wide open space. The water Open Space festival. Now, look, I'm not cool enough. I'm not really cool enough to be there, but I keep going anyway. It's very fun. So basically, this is a big dance festival that's out. If you drive about an hour to the east of Alice Springs, you go through all these Beautiful gorges through the rain McDonald rangers and you get to this spot Where basically for more than 10 years, a group of locals have been putting on this amazing dance festival. You see was its biggest over 2.5 1000 people came now. It was canceled last year, So I think a lot of people were kind of holding on to their tickets For this year. I would totally prompt is people. I mean, I've been going since it started. Very differently. Now. Now I sort of just dropping for a couple of hours for maybe a little dance. And then I hate about 10 K's down another dry creek bed to camp and you feel like it still because you can hear the base of that 10 K's away the young people they're they're loving it. Lots of electrical lots of hip hop, You know, haiku hands, Briggs. They draw in some well known artists as well as lots of locals as well. And lots of really just fun elements like it's basically a matter of dress up party Everyone was wearing. Yeah, Also, you think you Do you like myself a long, long time ago. Alex a long time ago. You can still come to this one. Thank you. You had lots of dress up, which is hilarious because it's all you know. Sparkles sequence. It's on And then they just always seem really fun. Little elements like there was a tickle tent. Which Osmond Judaism first. Yes, yes. But actually is just like people who lie on the ground, And then someone would come up with, like a feather duster. Just sort of feeling a little tickle The people that have, like put these together they've all had kids now, too. So there's this hot love his kids tenses like a kid's disco You've got, like, 11 year Olds, D. Jane. So, you know, 11 year old DJs. Yeah, yeah, I know it's good. Yeah, very funny. And so funny, because, you know, everyone missed all the festivals that were canceled last year, So it's really lovely and regional towns. You know, we live in brave one little festival to the next and this one is a nap. Salute cracker on the calendar. Alex Biotic, part of the ABC team in Alice Springs, one of the co hosts off Dr Alex. Thanks so much for your F Alex parked there, Trantalis. Uh oh. Most people say unkind things in high school. A friend had a pit translator named it after a stepmother. Hands from Sam and home has got these are no, ref. I'm walking the Larrabee into next week. I thought snacks is all I had to worry that I'm sure it was central Australia that had the story about the transfers or coming out of the ground because of the rain. Just that mental image of the molds of popping up out of the ground in a moment. I don't know why that line's stuck with me from Julius Caesar. Let me have about the men that are fat, and there's something Diabolically politically negative about that. But what can we all in from Shakespeare about leadership in our own lives? John Bill will tell you after this. What matters to you. Justice Whether the region safety what effects you employment extinction. Brutus Water Ride. What inspires.

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"alex park" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"alex park" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Talking a little bit about auctions a one of a kind Mike Trout baseball card set a record over the weekend is the highest selling sports car of all time really thousand nine bowman chrome draft prostate process. Bowman chrome draft prospects super factor signed rookie card sold for this amount which you can guess and I will tell you what that card beat for. Now the highest value back from two thousand sixteen what do you think it sold for and you could around This say twenty. Sixteen. I don't know Brian's at honus Wagner or somebody like that or Babe Ruth. What are the I spent a considerable amount of my friendless childhood baseball cards and researching them and it was the honus Wagner t two Oh, six that was the highest. The far as I know the highest. Price Baseball card ever something like three, hundred K.. So be really surprised if this was more than that but. Gina's got the story. So I'm going to go with three Oh five. Well, when did that honus Wagner cards sell a to would have been the nineties right so this is two thousand sixteen was the highest, right? Baseball. is a one of a kind or something baseball cards are super expensive. I mean the real collector ones too weird thing. Funny. Because like guitar are collectible and guns are collectible and cars are collectible and they all have a little half to them. You know. But baseball card literally card. I'm. GonNa. I'M GONNA shoot for the moon here and go over seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Well Bryan you're so right up until a point honus wagner t two Oh, six that had solo lucky guests to. That had sold for, but you couldn't have been more off for how much it sold for three point twelve million. Twenty. One of the ninety. Three Hundred K. This card was the Mike Trout this sold for we're going to round up four million dollars three line basically mostly one kind. Yeah. Sure. Jesus Christ Fun. The iconic Mickey Mantle Rookie Card from one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five, six, or somewhere around there. was actually not rare double print. What happened was tops the baseball card manufacturers used to. Print them on sheets you're still do but So there'd be an odd uneven numbers have to double prints, certain cards, and luck of the draw they double prints one was valuable cards of all time. Well, I never comic books, baseball cards, all that kind of stuff I never was my thing I was always like I got a I need something mechanical or any to wrestle but somebody just from something in their swimming pool they always felt that the cards I didn't read obviously but even the baseball cards I mean I could see the stats and the pictures and stuff like that. It just always felt. Unsatisfying to me like it. It felt like. That's like Dr Drew Who's a man of passion? He doesn't go to strip clubs because you can't fuck the checks I mean let's be honest. Maybe. He could get away. I don't know his thing is like, why am I just watching chicks dancing naked when I just go home and plow my wife I think that's what he thinks that direct quote. Yeah and. Gina I kind of turned. ME, there's that argument you know what I mean. Bazaar fact I never owned a single comic book Oh really no time for. But a lot of baseball gama entire closet was filled with them. What are they were? There was. There was a real like joy I know how to put a bit like satisfaction for me was out of cataloging, dumb organizing them, and putting the comments over here, and they'll good ones over here and. Assembling a complete set it was that was that kind of stuff. What would your? Most Valuable Card be worth today Oh. Gosh there in my garage I know that. I have a couple. Of Rookie cards from guys who are now hall of Famers Tony Gwynn and I think Wade Boggs keep in mind I was a kid in the late eighties early nineties. So Ricky Henderson. Autograph Cards. So you all all look and get back to you. Well, I'll bring a few. All right. On Point Christie and I are going to get Outta town for an entire day and Andy. Can Go figure this shit out together because he just got a giant box shipment from his childhood home all organized stacked different binders. In those those those pull out like plastic that you have to put in a three ring binder. Everywhere and I kind of was just stacking them sort of with no no, and I swear to God. I was ripping them in half. Who's like this is. Like I'm just I just want to put them away just want to get them out of the liver groom. I'll do it. I'll do it. So you people really do have a very special connection to these cards we used to we used to play one on one baseball on on black top in the school that was across the street from my house, Elementary School Colfax Elementary. So to illustrate my lack of interest in baseball cards, but my interest in actually doing something physical I, would climb the fence my buddy steve us with climbed the fence and it was just we play one on one and you'd bat and one one guy would pitch the other guy with bat. You were sort of. It was sort of on the honor system like we hit Lazy Fly Ball, the center field that was an out if you crushed it and went way into the dirt that was a home run, and then there were the kind of ones you hit into the alley that you'd have to argue over little like right fielder would have got to wait or shortstop. Caught it or whatever it is but we had a skateboard. And you just pitch at one ball ball was usually run ball for me from little league that had been put into service. You know baseball's were four dollars and pitch. You have to call balls and strikes. You you hit it was an amazingly satisfying. It sucked when you foul the ball off at someone to get on the skateboard and go go rolling forever on the BLACKTOP. But I was always so into physically doing something versus like sitting, and of course, it's why I was a horrible student that notion of like sitting and. Studying something and categorizing it and putting it in its place. All sounded like the most boring shit ever tomase work. It was. Yeah it was it was. MINUS MINUS the, it, was like staring at the sport without participating in the sport to me, but again, I was so hardcore when I was a kid. That when I played sports I've specially when I played football. I would always look at the referees and coaches and I feel sorry for. A society. Out here, but you just stay you're just watching just out here I didn't know the satisfaction of coaching or the satisfaction of being a referee i. just did notion that you were just sit there and be so close to it but you couldn't play. You couldn't participate a seemed like. There were fools I appreciated what they're doing, but I literally felt sacrifice felt sorry for them. Weird. All right. What else do you? Ireland Baldwin got jumped recently and she wants to make sure people know to watch their surroundings and We have a picture of it to Ireland was She posted some bruises on her face after being attacked by a woman who she said was desperate for money and high out of her mind the twenty four year old model talked about the incident on instagram. That's the picture we're looking at and she says I was attacked. This woman was desperate for cash. She decked me in the face in a parking lot and took my belongings and jumped into a getaway car with her husband Ireland Who's the daughter of Alec Baldwin and can basing her said police eventually arrested her the woman that jumped retain good news. The good news is later on the woman who attacked daughter and male driver tried to take Alex parking spot and. Stereo store and he ended up randomly just kicking the shit out of that person not even knowing. That it was the same person that attack the daughter earlier. We, call that shared. Are you guys? I don't know if you guys are kind of with me a little but between like watching the news and seeing all the nut jobs running and just punching people and seeing all this random stuff like cops getting bricks thrown at them and just sort of random cold-cocking people like just started..

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"alex park" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"alex park" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"Kind of. Together. But I don't know. What? His intentions are and I guess that's why I ask. How do you envision this? Lake. Full on. Then with him, but I could get a plea and I will when Leo Comstock but it kind of. Silly for me to get my own place is Leo's is sitting there empty. The then also. Girlfriend who might need a place to live temporarily and we might get like a sublet together for a few months Alex there. -fornia for the rink there. But like we have a lot of incomplete information, it goes back to what you weren't the assignment yesterday if you will around the Alex Park was before you have conversation of, Hey baby what are you word? For you get clear about actually what would be ideal? For me. There's all this incomplete information I get that point and given this incomplete conversion. With with knowledge in God. What are they actually want? What would the ideal for me get clear on that? Before you go to him because then you're coming from A. Stance of. Self ownership rather than reactivity you're pattern has been I jumped through these other people. Okay. And it doesn't, and I need other people to tell me down on quitting right and. Lovable and all of that. Right, and so this is this'll micro visteon but micro action yet it's super super important. As cleaning what you want insane vicious. What's important to me? I'm not going to let the outside world defined my insight world. I am going to define that for myself first, and then we don't live in a vacuum. That's true rate then that. Have had the conversation with Alex and say. I'm really interested in what your vision is and you would like I spent. A little bit of time coming up with what I want even though the there are all these unknown. This is the scenario that makes most.

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"alex park" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"alex park" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I bring this up because you know the young Turks you ever see that. Show the young Turks on youtube a bunch of liberals the guy who runs it canc is hilarious. The guy is known for his spectacular meltdown. He's The fakest tough guy you've ever seen. His name is something so keg who ran for Congress and listen I ran a at least we came close one on actually elected. Who can who got like two percent of the vote or something can't ran for Congress. He runs the young Turks and he's the one who tweeted this out this. They're talking red state and other great piece by Alex Park. A Democratic Congressional candidate claims. It's red states. That are welfare queens. As because it's cake and he again. Running the young Turks research is really his thing. Yeah real genius over their naming their website. The young turns to. That's kind of gross. You guys need to clean that up. It's disgusting people. Don't want to hear about that. Come on get a real name. It's really gross. All right Paul said. I wouldn't get through this so now I'm on a mission. Yesterday we talked about Shelly. Luther Salon owner American hero Patriot now unfortunately jail by her own government cheese a political prisoner in Texas. Well we've gotten some response from the Texas governor and Attorney General. Pj Media Matt Margolis in the show. Notes Texas governor call for immediate release of jailed. Salon owner. Shelly Luther. Listen great do something by the way hat. Tip the Dana Lash. Who said to me yesterday or tweet it out not to meet specifically between it out in order to pardon someone in Texas. The governor has to go through a specific parole board. Great start the process. When is it happening? Thank you for sending that I mean. When does it happen? I'm sorry this governor Abbot terrific. I got a lot of negative emails about Governor Abbot. Yesterday I do like them and I like Ken. Paxton the to stop the talk. No more chatterbox. Seeing we get it we might have released. They'll do something doing do something. Stop talking about it. We don't demand it start. The process for pardoning are right now co two and seven days. I don't care partner anyway. She's a political prisoner to this tyrannical judge in Dallas. You need to apologize to me. The judge said apologize. We're GONNA put you in jail though. Thanks Shelly Luther American hero. She needs to run for that judges. See Go to law. School passed up. Go really you apologize. Know by the way I'm going to be done. I'm I control the show. She policy that. I'd never get through the whole show. I control the flow the shop. You know what I'm going to cut off this last story just to give my wife a victory just getting not a chance in heck. That's going to happen. I love her to death. But I'm GonNa win this one last store. Let me say it again last story in the day but last story the Day Wall Street Journal the Conference call cure covert nineteenth. Just worth your time throwing it out there from this story. Apparently a lot of these pharmaceutical companies are getting together and allegedly putting aside profit motives. Which you know. I say that because I'm not knocking pharmaceutical companies. All they do great things and I really get sick of the left attacking them but they say listen. We're not in this private. We need to get rid of this thing. So they're getting together and as the Wall Street. Journal story indicates today that a lot of these turf wars have been set aside to develop hypotheses design experiments and data. The goal is to do it fast and at scale when they say. It may mean a vaccine. I say that because you've seen a slight market rebound and I'm Hoping Ladies and gentlemen there will be some vaccine at this point coming soon. I'd seems like we're moving at light speed here. I get it by the way. Listen I get a lot of your emails from people who don't like vaccines and that's fine. I'm not one of these people who attacks my audience or I know better than you. That's not what we do liberals do that. I don't do that. I get it. I totally understand. I'm simply suggesting to you that a lot of people believe otherwise. Their voice matters to find something to vaccinate people that actually works and would be huge out early population. We're in big trouble from this. All right folks. Thanks again for tuning in. I really appreciate it. We covered a lot of information. She minutes user. She never thought that covered a lot of information. I got more for you tomorrow. I hope to elaborate a little bit more on that Popadopoulos Story to about that new FBI source. Because I got a lot more on that working with the two seven nine or now subscribe to our show. Youtube dot com slash bungee. Thanks a lot. You just heard Dan Bongino show. Follow Dan on twitter. Twenty four seven at Dbongino..

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"alex park" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"alex park" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Two nine twenty six sixty one online magic mechanic dot com with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning or help you get to work on time I'm at Torrance news ninety six point five W. D. via the three things you need to three three this ten day may will go down in the annals of Florida meteorological history as the most amazing weather day ever it's gonna be a little chilly this morning as you head out but this afternoon it's going to be sunny lows it highs in the low seventies the whole week frankly looks amazing with sunny skies and temperatures in the sixties and seventies during the day Alex park residents heads up you get a chance to meet with Florida fish and wildlife agents today to discuss the growing problem with coyotes terrorizing neighborhoods hunting pets like dogs and cats the meeting is to take place tonight at six o'clock at the college park community center one public hearings in the impeachment inquiry resume this morning testimony from four witnesses to get underway at nine o'clock you can listen to all of them alive on interrupted in the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. app just tap the on demand button on the bottom of your screen thanks for listening to Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five W. E. B. O. team coverage of today's top stories be back here at lunch Orlando's news a new with Scott and then Elton John is coming back to the Amway center here in Orlando and of course we have your free tickets the seven o'clock hour seven o'clock hour is your chance to win this morning here on our land is morning news he lost their jobs they didn't have a lot of money to buy food for me and my sister some nights he went to bed hungry we don't.

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"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

"Thousand or even twenty twenty. But in the end having a longer delay probably suits our purposes because it means we ended up at least having a bit of stability over the next few months. So Alex park take us into that summit. You've covered countless summits where the e leaders have gathered to discuss Brexit with a heavy sigh. What were the dynamics in this particular meeting and? How did we end up with Toby the thirty first as the compromise date because there was far from unity that that was the right course of action. That's right at the heart of it, really. Is this inability that Theresa May had to explain that a long extension might actually be in interest? If she wants to encourage Brexit's to vote for this because they don't see the possibility, but no deal being there. So it was a more traditional summit in the sense that you had to entrench positions. The last time they talked about an extension. It was free wheeling. It wasn't very heavily prepared. A lot was left up to leaders, and they emerged with something that was unexpected. But people thought was pretty smart this time, you had a French president who was convinced that a short extension was in the us interest that this would be the thing that put the pressure on the UK that forced choice and who had reservations about the UK participating in European elections and staying in the EU and kind of Hindu. During the ability of the twenty seven to move on. And on the other side were the vast majority of the leaders and Angela Merkel the German Chancellor who wanted to see this off the plates for the next few months who didn't want to be coming back every couple of months to talk about whether to extend or not and with keen to see it go nine months a year. So that the responsibility for this was really on the shoulders of the UK to resolve in its own time. And it was probably one of the most kind of sustained debates between the French and Germans in a summit that I've seen it a long time. And where the stakes is so high and the differences of view so marked because usually they keep this behind the scenes they work out an approach before they come to the summit table. Of course, there always big differences between France and Germany, but the way this played out was unusual. And Emmanuel Macron stood firm ended up compromising they had middle ground solution. But I haven't seen the kind of hostility towards the French president at a summit like this in my time in Brussels. I'm. Politics. That's going to have implications for elections, and dynamics when the new European parliaments and the new commission foams later this year, do you think it's fair to say, Alex based on what we saw this that the EU really doesn't want to do in no deal Brexit because I think Theresa May has concluded in her own head. She's not going to do that. Because she thinks it would be too damaging to the union. It would see Scotland Northern Ireland and the away the economic catastrophe would cause would be great for the conservative party two from the UK decide I think that's what we've landed on from here. But the result from this summit was the EU is not willing to actually just say, you know, what we've given you so many opportunities to resolve as you just need to get out. Now, do you think that that will never happen? Of course, an orderly exit is whatever I'm once here. I think we see the question of it differently. When thinking about extensions it's as much about what how America was arguing. How history would see this to ensure. The the hands went all bloodied by kind of standoff with the UK that ended very badly and soured relations for very long time with the EU was seen as having pulled the cold the brought this all to an end. So I think the side that wanted to take it longer to show more patients, of course, they don't want deal. But I think that the politics around that was not so much kind of rule calculation about the economic costs, whatever there was a bigger strategic consideration. And ultimately, the two sides, Luke that the Brexit situation and came to different conclusions about whether they would be happy to see the UK continue as an a you member-state because it might be a slim chance, but clearly the potentially the Brexit will never happen. And I think the long and short camps were also proxy for those who want to see the EU move on without Britain now, and those would be quite. Happy to see Brexit reversed. Well, George that nationally brings his onto how this thing landed in Westminster because when Theresa May hat that epic seven hour cabinet meeting, which I think was only a week ago, but feels like.

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"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

"FT politics. A weekly discussion on what's happening in Westminster from the financial times. I'm Sebastian pain. This week will be discussing the latest emergency Brexit summit in blood vessels, the semi long delayed till October on where this leaves the prime minister, plus who digging into how an if the Tory party can appeal to young people, I those under fifty. I'm delighted to be joined by our pitch co editor George Parker bus was Buick chief Alex Barker columnist, Robert shrimps, Louis and deputy opinion editor Miranda green. Thank you for joining. And if you find yourself liking this episode of F T politics than do subscribe to all the usual channels to receive it every Saturday morning. We also do like a good positive review. While exit remain stone mate in Westminster to ISA may hopped on the US stuff for yet. Another summit and she came back with yet another extension. The. Supply Minister wanted to delay Brexit until the end of June, while some illegals wanted it to be over a year in the end, the delay came out as October the thirty first the new crunch day for Brexit is Halloween. Meanwhile, what has this left the state of talks? What's brexit? Go into look like what is going to happen next. So George pockets begin with the summit you of that. As was Alex joining us on the line from Brussels. This was a summit that was called as a result. The factories may could not get her Brexit deal through the house of Commons. He's tried three times through empties rejected it with big defeats. Although those defeats all gradually getting smaller, and we were set to leave the EU today. This was meant to be the new brakes day fire the twelfth of April. But MRs may had said, I don't want to know deal exit and the EU concluded eaten we want to know deal begs either. So that can has been kicked down the road on small. Yes. I mean, the one good thing you could say about trees handling of this is it's far. From the one back in the middle of March where she landed the with request for a delay at the last minute. The meeting was really bad tempered. She was locked outside the room having dinner on a tray while the rest of the European Union discuss a short extension, so April the twelfth these this time, she got the groundwork in she met European leaders before the summit since less sorta Donald tusk in good time as you say she requested a an extension so June the thirtieth. But in the end, I think she accepted up. She probably rather wished that. She was going to have forced upon her a longer extension as a way of trying to keep pressure on the skeptics. And in the end, we ended up with his halfway house of October thirty first neither short nor especially long. But nevertheless, the whole summit was another humiliation for Theresa May. She said she wanted us out by March twenty ninth. Now, we could be there till Halloween. So we wouldn't take part in European elections. Now quite possible. We'll have to take partner, and we should point out the two ISA mate was playing party politics once again because the eve had made it so clear that any extension was. Probably going to be long because they don't want to keep having to come back and come back for more of these emergency summits. Distracting for the other issues facing the eaves has she'd asked for this June the thirtieth, but nobody really expected that to happen. And she was again trying to get it forced on her which might help with keeping you a skeptics happy, but doesn't really help with her relations with the EU twenty-seven. Well, that's right. There was party management at stake here because of course, a large section of her conservative party voted against even a short extension, including a number of cabinet ministers whose abstained on a vote the previous week. So there was lots at stake. So she couldn't be asking precise it back until the end of twenty nine thousand or even twenty twenty. But in the end having a longer delay probably suits our purposes because it means we ended up at least having a bit of stability over the next few months. So Alex park take us into that summit. You've covered countless summits where the e leaders have gathered to discuss Brexit with a heavy sigh. What were the dynamics in.

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"alex park" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"Of every month and another episode in your fate halfway through the month. Here is episode two hundred forty six without which I never would have remembered that pope Benedict's resignation took place in the same week as the horsemeat scandal hit our supermarket, what a document of all lives. Has the pope left his job to replace j in five? Why have much as in Findus, take it? Well, I guess it's just another one of those weeks where the only thing everyone can talk about is David's net. Fifty two weeks again. Well, John in Birmingham has written into say, you seem very clued up about David Sneddon. Well, no, really, I was very crude up on the first series of fame academy, which I used to what obsessively we've always liked to dip a toe into the pop cultural waters. I think. Not in doesn't because Martin cannot swim. So Johnny Birmingham says Helen to me this what happens to Alex parks, the winner of the second series after a couple of really good singles and an excellent second album. She just seemed to vanish it seems off to her amazing second album g retired from the music industry in may like it or they weren't making enough money out of her. I'm one of you listeners road toss relatively recently. I can't remember why to tell us the Alex parks was working in a caffeine. Calm. What about that one? Who is a bit. Like Pete Dougherty. Do you? Remember that pizza Brehm? He wouldn't talk with foreign cotton disappeared. So he's probably still in her house somewhere exit. That was I didn't watch fame academy. But as much as I sort of followed what was happening in the magazines and stuff. My my understanding about situation was here's a man who dresses like Pete Dougherty. Therefore, he's the same as Pete Dougherty. Because he's got the same hacker to Lamar fem. Yes. He did. Yeah. That's probably the most credible fame academy. Now. See now, he's probably in the cafe with Alex pokes filling up the ketchup bottles. Yes. But he's the manager. Now is merely a he's probably original, man..

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"alex park" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time is eight twenty two it's morning edition on I'm Brian watt. So the Oakland teacher strike is a day away. Maybe you're not sure what you're gonna do with your kids yet. Okay. You're not alone. As Julia McEvoy tells us parents across the district are creating Google docs and phone trees to try to help each other out. Alex park has four children all in Oakland schools. What are her plans if the strike is not averted by tomorrow? Good question, and I have to work on Thursday. So I'm not sure yet park works part time in Berkeley. And she's been thinking about the strike, really. I mean, it's really. As a parent. It's like one day at a time park spent all last weekend texting and making phone calls to other parents at her kids. School man's Anita seed elementary she's helping coordinate what? Organizers are calling us solidarity school. There are at least forty seven of these being set up all over the city places like churches or community centers where parents are volunteering to watch other people's kids while they work. It's not really an official save rate. So it's a step as faith to bring your kids there, if it's other parents that you don't know. I mean, we have a pretty small squad. So I think there is a little bit March has send maybe Billy big school. Then there are parents like other hunter Gonzalez who are creating their own little childcare pods in their homes Gonzales has four children at greenleaf K through eight elementary. She's a stay at home. Mom, many parents at her school are not they have to. Go to work, and we understand it. But as our school, we try to support them at least for my part. I'm willing to take hidden kids from both all three gates for me children. And we've talked about it. The Oakland unified school district says any child not in class will be marked absent it is encouraging parents to send kids to school where principles and support staff will be supervising. But on Thursday Alejandro Gonzales says, Nope, she will be on the picket line with their children. It is very important for them to see that you have to fight.

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"alex park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"There you go. Simple as that. By the way. I he somewhere along the line. I don't know if it was an interview or he made it on the campaign trail that he was saying that, you know, the military's there to protect us, and they'll shoot if they have to know, they're not they're not there to shoot anybody as much as the Democrats would probably love to see that at the border. They are erecting as we speak a fence at all these entry points, a regular fence with barbed wire tops. So people can't just bum rushed the United States because that's what they plan on doing. They're going to bum. Rush chaos. Yeah. They're going to bum rush the entry points. And so I'd all these entry points. That's that's what our military is doing right now. They're building a fence. I think gone beyond our entry points to and whether or not they may have not even asked permission from Mexico. They're going to go deep into Mexico intercept this thing and keep it from ever getting to the US border or try anyway. That's the only way to do it. And I did you see the some of the videos of the caravans heading up speed caravans are caravans of military vehicles heading they're talking about the big armament, huge flatbed trucks. And I think they really going to do with that is just block the holes. I don't think they're gonna use it to shoot anybody. You know, I think they're just going in to create a huge barricade. Now, the problem is this caravan, which is now I I don't know twelve thousand is now four separate caravans. So they're gonna hit every entry point in Texas all at this at least all at the same time. It's what they have. That's why that's like what would you do with an invasion branch out? You try to overwhelm the defense forces writes, it it's exactly what you would try to do. It's a military maneuver is what it is in. So we're sending in the military to stop it. And all these people are like, oh, we should let them in. Where are you going to put them? All okay. Just take Germany, for example. Angela Merkel opened up the borders. They let in a million and a half was it refugees. And once they got there, the people in Germany didn't want them. They didn't these these people that the immigrants coming in had no money. They have what's ever on their back? They had children, no food. No water. No place to stay. So they built these cities. And then the crime rate went through the war, you know, the roof. So the people around these little cities didn't want him. They put up walls. So who are you helping nobody was trying to figure out how to get rid of them? Thousands of people crammed inside these makeshift cities, and the violence inside the city's is horrible. They don't get it. Attention spent by the president in Florida, obviously, this is let's see this weekend was the second visit to the sunshine state in three days. I think and he's doing with these three a day stops now. And you only have one day left of midterm political ads on TV these had been Alzheimer's too. I mean, well, I. They're getting ugly. They're getting really ugly. I think the ugliest though was the Ted Cruz one. That's one of the worst ones. There has been because that's a really close race. And there's another one in Las Vegas that they say is even worse than Ted Cruz, and I'm like, wow. And I haven't seen any of those ads yet. We thought you know, like the Bill Nelson. Rick Scott ones around here dishonest. You know, Gillam ones are bad boy, listen to Ted Cruz. He's just going all out, and you see that the the ad and you're like, okay. Fifteen more seconds. The response add to that one is coming so predictable. But boy, it's getting muddier than ever you're right in this Texas thing. Now this happened late last week. We talked about Project Veritas that came out with two doozies of projects first of all exposing the Gillam campaign high-ranking staffer calling this a cracker state among other things. Yes. They also saying none of these things. He's going to happen. It's a fantasy. And then in Texas. This is a this may actually lead to some charges in that Aurore campaign using campaign funds to help out the caravanners Ted Cruz is jumping all over this campaign money, and apparently using it to give it to people coming here illegally. He's not afraid to use it at all. You may be right. He might know something else. Yeah. Well, you know, what he is an attorney, and you're not gonna go make you know, that kind of statement against somebody publicly unless you have proof. So I get a feeling there's more proof than what Project Veritas came up with. And that's not the fact that he just gave it to these caravan people. It's just the fact you can't use campaign money for other things you have to use it for your campaign against the law. So I mean, I don't give it crap. If you give it to the kid next door. He's just can't do that. It's also this is the same group of people. The US military is trying to stop right now. So and you're helping them come through the it's it's I I hope that pushes Ted Cruz above by twenty points. I mean, you live in Texas. Are you gonna vote for somebody else? Now after you heard that. A lot of choices for who the clueless celebrity of the weekend would be now we already know about Pete Davidson, we'll go over the next segment, but we're going to Alec Baldwin updates as clueless celebrity is this happened. Of course, after we got off the air on Friday, always happens this way, but he allegedly punched that guy near his home of Greenwich Village over the parking spot was ally. It was Alex parking spot Bill now, let's get it straight. Because he probably pays a lot of money for that spot. TMZ says there's surveillance video showing the two men in a shoving match. Now get this this could make this a quote mutual combat. This is the defense in New York. Well, it was mutual combat rather than an assault apparently not a crime usual combat. It's just a fight. I'll you know, what there's no such law. They they make this stuff up by swear. But here's the thing. Alec Baldwin chased the guy down the street. That's got to count for something. Right. Well, decks mutual. All right. Yeah. I was reading he was following. So yes, we actually running that's about it. You know? And he tried to say it wasn't over a parking spot. They don't maybe the parking spot was the catalyst. I reminded me of rand Paul. You don't want. His lawnmower minding his own business, and he gets attacked by his neighbor in real almost killed a guy for goodness sakes. But I mean, I get a feeling this was one of those things that escalated that Alec Baldwin didn't like this guy to begin with. And this guy actually took his spot out of spite, you know. The allegation coach someone over parking spot is false. Yeah. You just shove them into. Tronc mutual combat only he would get away with mutual combat. Speaking of punishable, Pete Davidson from most punishable face on television, and even more. So now.

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"alex park" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Alex kid named alex at the time it was a jacked up to door read f one fifty lipstick red but read very read the alternate like west houston trash teen vehicle probably a lot of guys in katy texas with would have one of these back in the back in my day nice yeah and we've very very clearly told both of these guys jason and alex park down the street important would being discreet here park down this street not in front of barrett's house down the fucking street and of course alex being total and utter jackass parks is bright fuck and read jacked up trash truck right in front of the cut tam house he's probably parts on top of the mailbox or some shit frankly no offense alex i don't know if you listen to this show i don't think you do but i love you haven't seen you in fifteen years but i you know you an idiot nice cool so as i it is what it is anyway we started off in the backyard of berthome we sparked a bowl he probably had some beers it was like six of us there in one of our friends who i won't say his name because this was a little bit more criminal he was like hey guys bear it always has his window and locked now why this particular friend knew that i do not know but he did and he was like i bet i can get on the roof and unlock the house and let us in and it's hot as fucking houston man i'm pretty sure this was during the summer we wanted to chill inside in the air conditioner it just so happens barrett's parents had quite the liquor cabinet and of course we were idiots so we were like hell yeah let's do it so this dude scales up the wall next thing you know he's on the roof next thing you know he's got the window opening slides inside he comes down unlocks the door and let's all in so at this point we are now breaking entering drinking underage we've got drugs we're breaking all the laws like gangsters we're just doing a big so we get inside i wanna we respectful overall respectful group of kids good teens like we're getting in trouble we give fucked up and whatnot but when we went in there like running amok fucking up his house we would.

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"alex park" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"Much about using the data for nudges so how can you then outbound to customers to start shaping and changing behavior which is kind of the way that it should be really being whether it's a machine learning or just really smart user data such as that pave from that way to that more personalized experience of how you sort of meet you on financial needs there's a reason the co personnel i guess at the end of the day it's not just a clever name in general is moving beyond bravo to really help people with atonal and using artificial intelligence to help people understand better their money and they is critical especially with predictive things you can pull into separate personal things people and not doing them or telling them what's going to happen next week and things like that so the combination of data is really going to help banks provide much more active banking service and customers happy day with alex park from metre bank to find out more about this exciting newport so i'm here with alex park metrobank's director of digital to discuss the exciting news that came out this week that they are launching an ai powered money management service which will be called insights hi how you doing so thank you for joining us could you start by giving a little bit of an overview about what this new service is what it actually does sure so insight says think of as an powered money management tool which we've developed collaborative with a third possible personnel abasna israel and actually what we're trying to do is help customers make more informed decisions why managing money so we rolling out insights his par mobile it will be available tool retail customers and you can kind of think about in two ways retrospective part of it which is looking back over the prior montel three months and just giving you a sense of when he goes so categorizing spending but on the other side of the interest in i think is a predictive analytic side of it so this is analyzing days in real time picking out trends and patterns and then trying to prompt you with insights and tips of best ways of managing money so that's what we're trying to achieve through insights could you tell me a little bit more about.

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"alex park" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Time and love for my family much attention has recently recently been given to the outside investigations into the university and the athletic department including those both by the michigan attorney general and the and say let me be clear that in retirement i will fully cooperate with these in any other investigations case got smith is a reporter for w h why why he is also a michigan state alum he joined freddie and fitzsimons on the timing of holland's retirement oddly coincidental that within two hours of his quote unquote retirement you can't be putting here what's up your retirement that fit bomb dropped him in reported that are humor tolerance for three years he knew this would come and he kept a low profile and he he had its own caller honest answer thing at least took color is that the department the alex park contracting these sufficient so they never had a direct input on all this so in that case fell and get a little bit of cover but this wasn't about nasser this was about that that bomb that was on his way down and he had to get out quickly well school ministers have long claimed to the public and the federal government that they'd handled sexual assault violence and gender discrimination complaints properly espn investigative reporter john barr has this insight on the rapid demise occurring on the campus of michigan state's while starts with accountability and we saw some warm it today with mark call us and what what startles me is just the pace at which change is coming and think about where we were just a week ago now here we are the entire usa gymnastics sport has been essentially voted president of the university resigns today and athletic director steps down more explosive allegations from paul levin which could potentially impact the fate of some very respected coaches within college football and basketball so where does this all go i don't know but the pace of change has been remarkable michigan state governor rick snyder is considering whether to launch.

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"alex park" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Time i forgot hitler's don't they don't lose your way on this point though murphy five 401 53 or do lock goes both ways you he believe in law and you don't look at it and say like hey if this happened in that have happen because listen if the forty nine ers don't muffled ponte the nfc charry on manning ham thank you thank you eight three one here it is here badge pouring in live one '96 vibrio 707 510 it that way out only look is you can't look at sports with that kind of hindsight it just things happen bet you know own inexplicable things happen in the heat of competition that you can't go back and change in you can't figure it out it just is they did throw the ball for an interception the falcons you know they made some bad plague calls employ selection that's the way it went down and the end result is brady with five and counting by the way it's funny with so many tech's cohen insane mario manning him in the middle of it also many rogue hakim knicks not a little bit north carolina came by the way other aspects for tonight's game alex smith last year of his contract and he is you know we saw the tension in the alex smith kansas city relationship we're at edgewood and alex came over to do our show and the the kansas city station next to us went to approach him in an alex parked at the guy he's not do new station you know that and it was really never there was a 10 so i think this tension in the air because they drafted obviously texas tech quarterback pat mahomes whose by that we looked fantastic and the pre season and then alexsan last year was contract and i think he's phelan he's feeling footsteps her feelings of tension so he's got that going form tonight it was a tough draw for alec smith kotiyagala lion's den go up on a thursday night into england nuts almost an impossible assignment you know in the chiefs have have high hopes i mean they have a good team and and.

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"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

"Support for this financial times podcast comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident that you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash ft welcome to ft politics the financial times podcast on british politics i'm sebastian pain and yes summaries over also is approaching and we have up applets go news once again so are back to our regular format in this week's episode we're going to be looking at the latest brexit shenanigans in brussels on why the theresa may is really going to leave the conservative it to the next general election i'm delighted to be joined down the line from brussels by alex bacha whose operas bureau chief white who added to james place plus isabelle hardman his assistant editor of the spectator magazine thank you for joining the third round of brexit negotiations took place this week with david davis representing the british side and michelle bonnie speaking of on behalf of the au the talks have place as before behind closed doors so what actually happened remains private what we did see was a slightly bizarre press conference on thursday which offered an insight into where we are at mr davis said the concrete progress had been made on the key issues why meshiah bonnie said that no progress had been made on the key issues on once again we are bucks that issue of money and how much the uk should pay as part for the fourth sacramento and this sequencing of the talks and should we be talking about the future to alex park new kicks off by giving us the side from brussels on how this week when was the good week about week or middling one for the brexit talks.

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"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on FT Politics

"Support for this financial times podcast comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident that you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash ft welcome to ft politics the financial times podcast on british politics i'm sebastian pain and yes summaries over also is approaching and we have up applets go news once again so are back to our regular format in this week's episode we're going to be looking at the latest brexit shenanigans in brussels on why the theresa may is really going to leave the conservative it to the next general election i'm delighted to be joined down the line from brussels by alex bacha whose operas bureau chief white who added to james place plus isabelle hardman his assistant editor of the spectator magazine thank you for joining the third round of brexit negotiations took place this week with david davis representing the british side and michelle bonnie speaking of on behalf of the au the talks have place as before behind closed doors so what actually happened remains private what we did see was a slightly bizarre press conference on thursday which offered an insight into where we are at mr davis said the concrete progress had been made on the key issues why meshiah bonnie said that no progress had been made on the key issues on once again we are bucks that issue of money and how much the uk should pay as part for the fourth sacramento and this sequencing of the talks and should we be talking about the future to alex park new kicks off by giving us the side from brussels on how this week when was the good week about week or middling one for the brexit talks.

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"alex park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 5 years ago

"alex park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is that it remains private and if i'm not mistaken in your co founder alex park remains the company once a running a company like talents here with the awfully difficult if it global you think that's the case i think that a lot of these pounders who are you know a very bright people i learned a lot from he over as mean how hard it is to the public having that and there's a lot people who are very scared to becoming public along my friends about mean that transition isn't quite as basket of frank to think that time will come when talent here can go why i differently how long to the not sir meltdowns offer question i can't high eyes an early sir older i'd like to see it earlier in some people understand lining my own until a little bit thing for miller figure out of all the trends and technology today whether it's been when he's machine whether it's i thomas cars or anything else for that matter because the list goes on yeah excited to the most it's like serena mustering now itself all the biggest industries in the world the final prophecies of runners industry is a game changer with twenty years in so many topple and they iverson learning other things was ruled tools and uses like the crowned the totally years but the real fundamental truth is that right now is not being news from these honest reason the way that it could be a so that's that's a basic what's happening is going to be there platforms being put in place to harness dated for the first time he's being input in the house are part of health care finance government or being and make those industries working a lot better when his arm i'm really side about fixing big industries amusing technology one of the questions technologies like get all the time is what happens to the show was anyway that's that's also no question high i think the and i think it jobs are not missed a twenty zero something as people think if it's correct that we're going to get rid of column any fracturing jobs all these things are going away what that means we know how the world pretty much everything you can buy his extraordinarily chief because there's not for marginal parts of human imprint what that means is that offered.

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