17 Burst results for "Aliquippa"

"aliquippa" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Make with him now because it can save you money later her. That's the biggest thing joe hayden is due eleven million dollars this year towards the salary cap so if i give him a new contract before they started the season and i can take some of that eleven million and move it into the signing bonus area decrease. Some of those early years like the steelers always do backload a lot of his contract and i have no problem going to give me more money to spend on hargrave davis after this season so for me if i'm looking at it as from not a fan perspective general manager owner the team. That's how i'm approaching it. I think that's solid. I mean i mean that approach is definitely want. I think they'll look at it. I think when you speak of hayden in getting that extension is and i don't know this off the top of my head. I'm sure the oracle dave scofield knows <hes> how good or coroners when you're thirty two thirty three like how good are are corners post thirty. How well do they like. How well do they hold up not from injury <unk> buffering going all lance here. He's been so good for those who follow the show. It had been so good for so long. He changed his provider. He was one of those guys that he's calling. He's on the phone. I hope you'll realize that some of the connected connectivity issues that we've had with like brian anthony davis and lands. It's not that they're not trying but sometimes you know what it's like a when internet kicks up and and goes high haywire still we will get land back up z. back you there. I'm back xfinity baby xfinity. I don't know if that's something you should be touting right now when i was on a._t. And t. i would have stayed dark. Okay so you were saying about. <hes> you know like guys i sean davis hargrave and hayden hayden having success between the ages of thirty thirty three for quarterbacks. It'd be a good thing to look up. It'd be an interesting discussion russian yeah. I wanna see where the drop off is. I mean i'm not sure it would derail rebus derail re. This was awesome player for a particular amount of time. Then there was a drop drop-off tylar congratulations to tie lawyers induction the pro football hall of fame pick up to him aliquippa p._a. I have relatives out in that area from in beaver falls rochester aliquippa so big up to that community. He was absolutely right. If you saw any of his speech todd law speech debt the level of competitiveness <unk> out there in rochester in beaver falls it aliquippa and a number of hall of famers at they've had inducted in that small area outside of pittsburgh is outstanding. I mean you're talking about dick. You're talking about law. It's talking about tony dorsett. I mean they've had phenomenal players even his uncle <hes> derail rivas leave is comes from aliquippa sean rogers..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It see the stress before it takes its prey yeah he says that and never stress that's probably something I said it took from him but I did and if you look good you play good and so for the game absolutely and so on me often this or dismissed the most important things in life because I wasn't mature enough to prioritize my responsibilities and as many moments of my kids live while trying to be the best football player I can be also wasn't as prepared as out the whole life after football this year's class included two players who were in their fifth year of eligibility and that includes Ty law who became the first inductee from New England stand out defense that won three super bowls in the early two thousands he was selected the five probable teams two time all pro finished with fifty three career interceptions that twice leading the NFL in that category had eight hundred tackles a hundred and sixty nine passes defensed five sacks and scored seven time I grew up in Aliquippa Pennsylvania twenty five minutes right outside of Pittsburgh population about nine thousand people and we produce athletes we produce hall of Famers Mike Ditka mom who Tony Dorsett as kids growing up without we lived compete everyday at something weather was playing cards football shooting dice running pole to pole competing that just be enough for him I'm told that level of competition was making me who I am I am so grateful for my beautiful mother I want everybody to know that I get my competitors my will to win from my mom I had to earn every wind I get it she told France with the best mom you always had my back even when I was long you had my back you are my role we had our personal struggles at times we've been we've never broke we came out on the other side my grandmother passed away when I was twelve years old she was a major out of our family it was a big blow to all of those when she passed but my grandfather who I like to call Pat everyone call Pat stepped up in a major way my grandfather believed in me so much he believes in me more than I believe in myself that's how I got here he took me to every single practice from the age of seven all the way through high school in until I went to college that's when I was on my own you.

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"aliquippa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Responsible for whatever. Goodwill receive in the last few years, if it weren't for the show, I wouldn't have been offered the movie with Nancy Meyers into work with narrow and if it weren't for the show, and the movie idea, I would have hosted the Oscars Steve all of this kind of there's a momentum to which I it all to the show, and I would all to Tina her. I didn't quite frankly, I she did love line once and I found her delightful. What kind of would you? How would you say? If there was a word or a phrase, you could use describe her advice to your callers, what was the scene. There was team is advice to the love more. He was you know, demure, but helpful the same time. But she didn't she didn't expose a lot about her personal sex. Oh, no, no, no. She was like, well, I had crabs in college. So I know firsthand. You never gonna get that. She was really I, you know, an must be dad. She just must be up in her head all the time. She so intelligent and probably has so many good ideas. You just run around writing shit down on matchbook covers all day long. But computer. Someone who because it's working so well for her she thinks she's motivated to keep going in that direction. You know, the kind of thinking she's doing and the kind of writings into a hand the acting. She's doing it. It's all working real well for her. So I think it's just it just motivates even more and she. I'm not going to be very interested. I said this before in interviews going to be very interested to see what she does. When when thirty rock is over. I'm going to be fascinated to see if she goes heavy duty into writing directing films, kind of like a nor Ephron or Nancy Meyers. And we'll say I think there's going to be very interesting times for the shows are definitely can do whatever she wants is kicking do whatever she wanted that smart. And she's smart away. It's useful for the business. There's a lot of people I've met who are smart people, but they don't necessarily necessarily translate. And you know, people like the show got a very devoted following people think it's funny. And and I think it's funny. I mean, I I when I work with them, they crack me up cracks Jane for Caskey that mean, she's no one has nailed that kind of fat horny actress better than Jane. She's just as crushed it on the show. She's so funny. Alec baldwin. Topping Adam Corolla. On the podcast. Yes. So how did they meet because it, you know, the story atom famously tell how we met out Baldwin was he ran into on a plane, but Alec was a huge fan of Adam. And the reason why Alec was a huge fan of because his driver when he was on the west coast would always play love line recordings. He would make himself. We'd put populace cassette tape. Alec happen to hear go turn up became a huge fan. So he'd make sure you always had a fresh love line for every time. He had a driving around and they had to do some sit in the car. And so I wanna play until I'm gonna fanny is. And it all just develop from there. Alec actually eventually came online in person he'll estate for an hour. But he did come in studio. Yeah. He loved love line. And he follows the show on Twitter. So whenever we would put out that we're taking calls Aliquippa randomly call in. And we have to believe that this guy who did sound like Alec Baldwin claimed. He was out Baldwin because he would just call our regular eight hundred number. So couple episodes were that happened. Yeah. So that that was always a lot of fun and his driver. Remember came in the studio one time in just the sweetest guy..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Jack, talk we open up talking with Ty law that newest will ring to be elected to the pro football hall of fame, and he of course, is from Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. I know we all know Ditka came out of Alabama high school, right? And there was. A famous musician. Or songwriter. And what was his name? Do you remember in the hall in the office there? They had a kind of a plaque up to him. Do remember that name? No, No. I I know. know can we look at? I'm looking at what what what John was. He was a classical was he I would you hear his name? You're not gonna seventy. So we gotta think someone else. No, no, no, not seventies. I'm talking about the forties in fifty. Well. I al- enka. Oh. Wasn't four. I mean, I've been only missing here. Pump is being man y'all need to get down there. We got chased one of each day there. Yep. We click Hudson right now. Yep. And obviously, we're make out of jeeter. We've been in ties Matt Dudek we've been in Pittsburgh, coach zora's has been there, December January, and we're circling through and he went through Aliquippa this past January. Okay. Good. We gotta get more than quips news. Absolutely one more question. Are you thinking about Henry man seen? Okay. Okay. Okay. That's a big one. That big. That's big now who who was your high school coach coach writing Rocco, okay? You had a coach framework. This is why I think like my mind works like one thousand nine hundred seventy now it seems like it was about four years ago. But you there was a coach there then he had his own TV show, and he was a real personality back in Pittsburgh. But the time, but but that would be way way before your time. Okay. Well, there's not computerized people don't realize another great basketball player. Mirrored visuals. Born do I did not know that his dad press wants Aliquippa high school Jonathan now. Yep. Well, one Rivas Uber lay. You know, we've got some hasn't guys come up feeder, western PA. What's your has? All only only did and tie law hall of fame. Am I correct on that that no it's only door saying he was have? Well, high school different high school. He was on his alachua mino-. You ask somebody doors? Cloudy Hopewell now. All his brothers went to Aliquippa. He decided to go to jail because he didn't want to go to the school where his brothers went for whatever reason, but you asked twenty doors cents day where you from eagles say Aliquippa, he will not save. What will guarantee.

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Alleged or convicted I'll say convicted that's factual convicted violent men be redeemed through violent acts. Should he be in the UFC in the first place? If we say, yes, he deserves to be there than I think he showed enough potential to be on cards. Elsewhere. I don't think events the position I think he put him on if they put him in four delays, Brazil, like people would still have tuned in it what frustrated me about the decision to put him in Brooklyn is it detracted from number number of other great storylines on the card, and it was unnecessary. They could've put them in Prague that could've put them in Wichita even on a fight past portion of the show and hoping to drive some subscriptions there, and he would have demanded enough eyeballs to see what can this guy do or and I hope he gets is you know, what knocked out. So I think given the potential he showed in the first five minutes of the fight. I agree Greg. I don't think the disqualification was result of. Malice in terms of him intentionally breaking rule. I think it was an experience you guys all the time the savvy satisfied or will pull up a grounded opponent and neom on the way up hardy hit the knee. And then you could see as soon as as soon as it connected. Like, I threw it too early. And it was a matter of experience. So I think he can be a bona fide heavyweight given his athletic potential. I think the will put him on another show. And I would just hope it's an more more thoroughly thought out planned with ESPN position rather than in Brooklyn, especially juxtaposed to raise to Austin all that she was going through. Yeah. Kind of just bummed me out that we have to talk about him so much less. And I know people say why are you focusing the majority of interviews that I did about this card. People are asking me about him, and whether he should be on the car and how I feel about it. And it just felt like there was enough to talk about debut milestone for the sport milestone for years PIN that wasn't the best of MMA. That's certainly wasn't the best of. The UFC. Why would you put him in the Coleman event? I would even felt a little bit better. Even though I don't think he should have on the card in general, if it was, you know, the curtain Jerker why did it have to be the Komen event? Why you know what I mean? And and quite frankly, I'm one of those other fighters, I'm looking, you know, Aliquippa told us on the pre show, I feel disrespected that he's in the Komen event that's a spot that a lot of people covet. That's a big spot to be an especially for this big show and all those people watching. So it just, you know, look, I'm not surprised that Dana white afterwards said he did good things. He's going to be back. When you criticize Dana. He comes back and doubles down. Right. That's just his his MO. That's who he is. And God bless him for it. But if got a lot of work to do with this guy, he is very raw like you said, Greg. He is talented. There's no doubt about it. But those skills are incredibly green, you know, he has a lot of work to do. And I don't think he did that on purpose. I don't think he's thirty fighter. I don't think is a dirty athlete. He said it himself as a football player. He wasn't dirty, but I wouldn't. Surprised feeding. No that rule or wasn't even thicky of that. Clearly, he was very tired. He just hasn't been doing this. And when you look they should've put them elevator. Once that island fight show, build them up give some time when rushing the guy he's three. No, I didn't under this show did in this show would have done the same. Subscriptions in my opinion, without Greg hardy didn't need him put him somewhere where you need him. Prog. Does anyone of this cards look at the roster? People start not having Wikipedia pages after the main event, right? That's what you should do with a guy like Greg hardy. You don't need to add him on top of a card like that..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Alleged or convicted I'll say convicted that's factual convicted violent men be redeemed through violent acts. Should he be in the UFC in the first place? If we say, yes, he deserves to be there than I think he showed enough potential to be on cards. Elsewhere. I don't think events the position I think he put him on if they put him in four delays, Brazil, like people would still have tuned in it what frustrated me about the decision to put him in Brooklyn is it detracted from number number of other great storylines on the card, and it was unnecessary. They could've put them in Prague that could've put them in Wichita even on a fight past portion of the show and hoping to drive some subscriptions there, and he would have demanded enough eyeballs to see what can this guy do or and I hope he gets is you know, what knocked out. So I think given the potential he showed in the first five minutes of the fight. I agree Greg. I don't think the disqualification was result of. Malice in terms of him intentionally breaking rule. I think it was an experience you guys all the time the savvy satisfied or will pull up a grounded opponent and neom on the way up hardy hit the knee. And then you could see as soon as as soon as it connected. Like, I threw it too early. And it was a matter of experience. So I think he can be a bona fide heavyweight given his athletic potential. I think the will put him on another show. And I would just hope it's an more more thoroughly thought out planned with ESPN position rather than in Brooklyn, especially juxtaposed to raise to Austin all that she was going through. Yeah. Kind of just bummed me out that we have to talk about him so much less. And I know people say why are you focusing the majority of interviews that I did about this card. People are asking me about him, and whether he should be on the car and how I feel about it. And it just felt like there was enough to talk about debut milestone for the sport milestone for years PIN that wasn't the best of MMA. That's certainly wasn't the best of. The UFC. Why would you put him in the Coleman event? I would even felt a little bit better. Even though I don't think he should have on the card in general, if it was, you know, the curtain Jerker why did it have to be the Komen event? Why you know what I mean? And and quite frankly, I'm one of those other fighters, I'm looking, you know, Aliquippa told us on the pre show, I feel disrespected that he's in the Komen event that's a spot that a lot of people covet. That's a big spot to be an especially for this big show and all those people watching. So it just, you know, look, I'm not surprised that Dana white afterwards said he did good things. He's going to be back. When you criticize Dana. He comes back and doubles down. Right. That's just his his MO. That's who he is. And God bless him for it. But if got a lot of work to do with this guy, he is very raw like you said, Greg. He is talented. There's no doubt about it. But those skills are incredibly green, you know, he has a lot of work to do. And I don't think he did that on purpose. I don't think he's thirty fighter. I don't think is a dirty athlete. He said it himself as a football player. He wasn't dirty, but I wouldn't. Surprised feeding. No that rule or wasn't even thicky of that. Clearly, he was very tired. He just hasn't been doing this. And when you look they should've put them elevator. Once that island fight show, build them up give some time when rushing the guy he's three. No, I didn't under this show did in this show would have done the same. Subscriptions in my opinion, without Greg hardy didn't need him put him somewhere where you need him. Prog. Does anyone of this cards look at the roster? People start not having Wikipedia pages after the main event, right? That's what you should do with a guy like Greg hardy. You don't need to add him on top of a card like that..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"My attention to something that I did not know what's going on. There are conservative voices so-called in America there. Republicans who have turned against the iphone and Amazon, and I could add to that list. Long range of wonderful. Marvelous things around me like, you know, who you say play more play more play more. Charlie parker. I don't want to name her because she lights up when I do or the miracle of the being able to watch your pet when you're not at home. You know, you can call up on the iphone app, and it connects to a machine that you can buy at Amazon, and you can watch your dog to make sure he or she is happy and healthy. These are marvels so John who is it who is it. And how is it that that are conservative tribe have turned against this genius? I it staggers the imagination, but you read some of the commentary from Tucker Carlson from Oran cash in the Manhattan institute, rich Lowry at national review. It's the sudden new skepticism. Okay. We'll the American worker can afford an iphone. But what does that really mean in the bigger picture? Are they really happier? And my reaction is are you kidding me? Could any of you live without GPS in the supercomputer that resides in your pocket could any of you live without the instant access to information to Email. I was at I was at the park and on Sunday in Washington DC. It was it was a whiteout from snow and all these families with our kids going down sleds winter wonderland the park. What did they all have they all smartphones taking pictures shooting those pictures to loved ones? Grandparents parents around the world. These are huge sources of a better living condition. And we have conservatives actually saying is a really this. Great. Does it make you happier in life? Well, of course, it does. And don't knock it what you could live without don't say that others who aren't aren't at your level couldn't live without it. Let's get a grip here. John. The iphone is more powerful than anything. I've ever owned more powerful. Its ability seems endless because it connects me to the wider world and gives me information instantly while we talk it also as you recall. Market space allows you to send photographs of your daughter to her grandparents aunts and uncles and bring them instant joy that otherwise would have taken days by the US mail. I I'm I marvel at its authority, and I know that is making possible communication that is going to lead more prosperity people are networking and seeing the potential of their own lives grow. So what is this John is is some kind of lewd iit activity. That's going on some kind of anti China mania has been twisted into taking it out on. Steve Jobs is genius. How do you explain this job? I don't call lewd. I, and I don't simply because I bet you if you followed these conservatives that I mentioned, I I would bet all the money that I've ever had never will have that they're on their smartphones. All the time they couldn't live without that technology, but they're searching for answers. They can't they still can't understand the Trump phenomenon and all this, and they see an unhappy worker in Aliquippa P A, and they say, oh, let's blame China. Let's blame these cheap goods from China. Let's blame technology that's transformed work. Wait a second. Go to Aliquippa what you'll see is that there is very little technology there. There's very little of connection to the rest of the world. That's why is so is so slim what they'd also see if they actually talked to people who've worked in factories, they worked their whole lives to make sure that their kids would not have to do the work that they did that the biggest the people. Who most turn up their noses to the work of the past that these elites who live in the big cities. You've never darkened the doors of the factory and their lives. The biggest people who like just like most are the ones who worked in those factories. But again, they're looking for answers. So let's demonize the iphone. Let's demonize cheap Chinese goods that come to us via Amazon as the source of this Malays in the US. Well, the Malaysian the US among people near as I can tell as people who have avoided who have gone into the towns and cities, they're least touched by this global plenty because you certainly don't see it. We're we're we're the people are most touch the opportunity is greatest and certainly don't knock an iphone as you say. It's a supercomputer literally sitting in our pocket that makes us exponentially more capable finally a few minutes about this buzz and the Democratic Party about a seventy percent top tax rate. John. I despair must our young people the millennials. Make all the mistakes of the twentieth century before they come to the light. Can we teach them anything that a high tax rate creates an underground economy that a high tax rate means that people with means will avoid it completely? And that a high tax rate only does the damage of suppressing capital investment. Can we not tell them that John must say learn on their own? We have a couple of minutes. We can and then sort of these things as you allude. There's no such thing as a seventy percent tax rate because no one ever pays it. And they don't either bees they hide their work or better yet politicians you, and I both agree that Republicans and Democrats in Washington exists to exalt their status. They raised the headline rate. So they can set about lowering it through handouts. A high tax rate is a full employment act for politicians it ensures a cushy retirement for them because it gives them a tax code that they can lobby for life on the way to very very handsome million dollar, plus income. And so it's not just the seventy percent rate would be disastrous for people if it actually bid at seventy percents, there'd be less investment less opportunity. But what's sad is the people would fall for it on the sumptuous that actually that actually happens. No, this is just a way for politicians to raise it high. So they can lower in ways that ensure. For them of a glorious retirement for all their years. Also, it guarantees that. They'll be an underground economy. A black market economy guarantees. Of course, it works. I way in every country as you point out, Jude waninsky made this observation countries with very high confiscatory tax rates have underground economists people are not working, they're just working in a fashion that is the government the ability to capture it could heavens, John. So so the richest country in the world so can twenty percent of Americans not work. Lots of luck. There you think anyone any other country people could do that. No, everyone's working. It's just a question of whether they're hiding their work, and John the we're just have a minute here. Can we teach his John these young people in congress will listen or if they close their ears on because they're so high up on the orange crate? Well, I think that they know I I again as evidence by their immediate offering of ways to get around the country. I think people in congress do know. And I also think the young people know isn't interesting. We talk about the millennials how they're all socialist and everything, but what are they move. After college, Walsh Angeles, New York. San Francisco the most capitalistic into the most rough cruel, you know, rough Justice industries under there actually capitalist to they get it. This is oppose it always was opposed. Sean taboo, the editor of real clear markets..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on KGO 810

"Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. John's a real clear markets. He writes at Forbes, as well turns my attention to something that I did not know what's going on. There are conservative voices. So called in America, there Republicans who have turned against the iphone and Amazon, and I could add to that list. Long range of wonderful. Marvelous things around me like, you know, who you say play more play more play more. Charlie parker. I don't want to name her because she lights up when I do or the miracle of the being able to watch your pet when you're not at home. You know, you can call up the iphone app, and it connects to a machine that you can buy at Amazon, and you can watch your dog to make sure he or she is happy and healthy. These are marvels so John who is it who is it. And how is it that that are conservative tribe have turned against? This genius. I it staggers the imagination, but you read some of the commentary from Tucker Carlson from Oran cast in the Manhattan and rich Lowry at national review. It's the sudden new skepticism. Okay. We'll the American worker can afford an iphone. But what does that really mean in the bigger picture? Are they really happier? And my reaction is are you kidding me? Could any of you live without GPS in the supercomputer that resides in your pocket could any of you live without the internet access to information to Email. I was at I was at the park on Sunday in Washington DC. It was it was a white out some snow and of all these families with our kids going down sleds winter wonderland the park. What did they all have they all smartphones taking pictures shooting those pictures to loved ones? Grandparents parents around the world. These are huge sources of a better living conditions, and we have conservatives actually saying is it really this. Great. Does it make you happier in life? Well, of course, it does. And don't knock it what you could live without don't say that others who aren't aren't at your level couldn't live without it. Let's get a grip here. John. The iphone is more powerful than anything. I've ever owned more powerful. Its ability seems endless because it connects me to the wider world and gives me information instantly, while we talk it also as you illustrated in your clear markets pays allows you to send photographs of your daughter to her grandparents and her aunts and uncles and bring them instant joy that otherwise would have taken days by the US mail. I I'm I marvel at its authority, and I know that is making possible communication that is going to lead to more prosperity people are networking and seeing the potential of their own lives grow. So what is this John is this some kind of lewd iit activity that's going on some kind of anti China mania has been twisted into taking it out on. Steve Jobs is genius. How do you? Explain this job. I don't call Luddite. And I don't simply because I bet you if you followed these conservatives that I mentioned, I would bet all the money that I've ever had never will have that they're on their smartphones. All the time they couldn't live without that technology, but they're searching for answers. They can't they still can't can't understand the Trump phenomenon and all this, and they see an unhappy worker in Aliquippa P A, and they say, oh, let's blame China. Let's blame these cheap goods from China. Let's blame technology that's transformed work. Wait a second. Go to Aliquippa. And what you'll see is that there is very little technology there. There's very little of connection to the rest of the world. That's why opportunity is so is so slim what they'd also see if they actually talk to people who've worked in factories as they worked their whole lives. It make sure that their kids would not have to do the work that they did that the biggest the people. Most turn up their noses to the work of the past that these elites who live in the big cities who've never darkened the doors of factory and their lives. The biggest people who like dislike most are the ones who worked in those factories. But again, they're looking for answers. So let's demonize the iphone. Let's demonize cheap Chinese goods that come to us via Amazon as the source of this Malays in the US. Well, the Malaysian the US among people nears, I can tell as people who have avoided. Who have gone into the towns and cities, they're least touched by this global plenty of because you certainly don't see it where we're where the people are most touch the opportunities greatest and certainly don't knock and phone as you say, it's a supercomputer literally sitting in our pocket that makes us exponentially more capable finally a few minutes about this buzz and the Democratic Party about a seventy percent top tax, right, John? I despair must our young people the millennials make all the mistakes of the twentieth century before they come to the light. Can we not teach them anything that a high tax rate? Creates an underground economy that a high tax rate means that people with means will avoid it completely. And that a high tax rate only does the damage of suppressing capital investment. Can we not tell them that John must say learn on their own? We have a couple of minutes. We can and then sort of these things as you allude. There's no such thing as a seventy percent tax rate because no one ever pays it. And they don't either be stay hide their work or better yet politicians you, and I both agree that Republicans and Democrats in Washington exists to exalt their status. They raise the headline rate. So they can set about lowering it through handouts. A high tax rate is a full employment act for politicians it ensures a cushy retirement for them gives them attached code that they can lobby for life on the way to very very handsome million dollar plus income. And so it's not just the seventy percent rate would be disastrous for people if it actually bid at seventy percents, there'd be less investment less opportunity. But what's sad is that people would fall for it on the sumptuous that actually that actually happens. No, this is just a way for politicians to raise it high. So they can lower in ways that. Insure them of a glorious retirement for all their years. Also, it guarantees they'll be an underground economy. A black market com guarantees. Of course, it works that way in every country as you point out, Jude waninsky made this observation countries with very high confiscatory tax rates have underground economists people are not working, they're just working in a fashion. That's an is the government the ability to capture it could heavens, John. So so the richest country in the world, so they can twenty percent of Americans not work. Lots of luck. There you think anyone any other country people could do that. No, everyone's working. It's just a question of whether they're hiding their work, and John the we just have a miniature. Can we teach his John these young people in congress will listen or if they close their ears on because they're so high up on the orange crate? Well, I think that they know I again as evidence by their immediate offering of ways to get around the kind. I think people in congress do know. And I also think that young people know isn't interesting. We talk about the millennials how they're all socials and everything, but what did they move after college, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, the most capitalistic into the most Ross cruel, you know, rough Justice industries under there are actually capitalist. They get it. This is opposed and always was opposed Sean tab as the editor of real clear markets..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A real clear markets. He writes at Forbes, as well turns my attention to something that I did not know what's going on. There are conservative voices so-called in America there. Republicans who have turned against the iphone and Amazon, and I could add to that list. Long range of wonderful. Marvelous things around me like, you know, who you say play more play more play more. Charlie parker. I don't want to name her because she lights up when I do or the miracle of the being able to watch your pet when you're not at home. You know, you can call up the iphone app, and it connects to a machine that you can buy at Amazon, and you can watch your dog to make sure he or she is happy and healthy. These are marvels so John who is it who is it. And how is it that that are conservative tribe have turned against this genius? I it staggers the imagination, but you read some of the commentary from Tucker Carlson from Oran, Cavs and the Manhattan institute rich Lowry at national review. It's the sudden news skepticism. Okay. We'll the American worker can afford an iphone. But what does that really mean in the bigger picture? Are they really happier? And my reaction is. Are you kidding me? Good any of you live without GPS in the supercomputer that reside in your pocket could any view live without the instant access to information to Email. I was I was at the park on Sunday in Washington DC. It was it was a white out from snow and all these families with our kids going down sleds winter wonderland the park. What did they all have? They all spark phones taking pictures shooting. Those pictures to loved ones. Grandparents parents around the world. These are huge sources of a better living conditions, and we have conservatives actually saying is it really this. Great make you happier in life. Well, of course, it does. And don't knock it what you could live without don't say that others who aren't aren't at your level couldn't live without it. Let's get a grip here on the iphone is more powerful than anything. I've ever owned more powerful. Its ability seems endless because it connects me to the wider world and gives me information instantly while we talk it also as you. Illustrated in near real clear. Markets pays allows you to send photographs of your daughter to her grandparents aunts and uncles and bring them instant joy that otherwise would have taken days by the US mail. I I'm I'm marvel at its authority, and I know that is making possible communication that is going to lead to more prosperity people are networking and seeing the potential of their own lives grow. So what is this John is this some kind of lewd iit activity that's going on some kind of anti-china mania. There's been twisted into taking it out on. Steve Jobs is genius. How do you explain this job? I don't call lewd. I it. And I don't simply because I bet you if you followed these conservatives that I mentioned, I I would bet all the money that I've ever had never will have that they're on their smartphones. All the time they couldn't live without that technology, but they're searching for answers. They can't they still can't understand the Trump phenomenon and all this, and they see an unhappy worker in Aliquippa P A, and they say, oh, let's blame China. What's blame these cheap goods from China? Let's blame technology that's transformed work. Wait a second. Go to Aliquippa. And what you'll see is that there is very little technology there. There's very little of connection to the rest of the world. That's why opportunity is so is so slim what they'd also see if they actually talked to people who've worked in factories as they worked their whole lives to make sure that their kids would not have to do the work that they did the biggest the people. Who most turn up their noses to the work of the past that these elites who live in the big cities. You've never darkened the doors of the factory in their lives. The biggest people who like dislike most are the ones who worked in those factories. But again, they're looking for answers. So let's demonize the Eiffel let's demonize, cheap Chinese goods that come to us via Amazon as the source of this Malays in the US. Well, the Malaysian the US among people near as I can tell as people who have avoided who have gone into the towns and cities, they're least touched by this global plenty of because you certainly don't see it. We're we're we're the people are most touch the opportunity is greatest and certainly don't knock an iphone as you say. It's a supercomputer literally sitting in our pocket that makes us exponentially more capable finally a few minutes about this buzz and the Democratic Party about a seventy percent top tax rate. John. I despair must our young people the millennials. Make all the mistakes of the twentieth century before they come to the light. Can we not teach them anything that a high tax rate? Creates an underground economy that a high tax rate means that people with means will avoid it completely. And that a high tax rate only does the damage of suppressing capital investment. Can we not tell them that John must say learn on their own? We have a couple of minutes. We can and then sort of these things, and as you allude there's no such thing as a seventy percent tax rate because no one ever pays it. And they don't either bees they hide their work or better yet politicians you, and I both agree that Republicans and Democrats in Washington exists to exalt their status. They raised the headline rate. So they can set about lowering it through handouts. A high tax rate is a full employment act for politicians it ensures a cushy retirement for them gives them a tax code that they can lobby for life on the way to very very handsome million dollar plus income. And so it's not just the seventy percent rate would be disastrous for people if it actually bit at seventy percents such there'd be less investment less opportunity. But what's sad is that people would fall for it on the sumptuous that actually that actually happens. No, this is just a way for politicians to raise it high. So they can lower in ways that ensure. For them of a glorious retirement for all their years. Also, it guarantees that. They'll be an underground economy and black market economy guarantees it. Of course, it works that way in every country as you point out, Jude waninsky made this observation countries with very high convince Katori tax rates have underground economists, people are not working, they're just working in a fashion. That's an is the government the ability to capture it could heavens, John. So so fine the richest country in the world. So they can twenty percent of Americans not work. Lots of luck. There you think anyone any other country people could do that. No, everyone's working. It's just a question of whether they're hiding their work, and John the we just have a miniature can we teach this job these young people in congress will they listen or are they close their ears because they're so high up on the orange crate. Well, I think that they know I can as evidence by their immediate offering of ways to get around the cat. I think people in congress do know. And I also think that young people know isn't interested. We talked about the millennials how they're all socialist and everything, but what are they move after college wash Angeles, New York, San Francisco, the most capitalistic in the most rough cruel, you know, rough Justice industries under there actually capitalist. They get it always was opposed Sean tab, do the adjutant real clear markets. I'm.

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

Motorsports Monday

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

"Car every time knowing that this could be the night that we park it on the front stretch as a crew chief to have things rolling on what is that like as a crew chief to know that you and your driver sinked up the equipment is really good and that that when you pull into the pit area, you know that that could end really good. What's that? Like? It's been great. You know, really, it's been a building process. I mean, it's been, you know, at the end of two thousand sixteen there I was with Danny hold graver and was was running that seventy car and Dany kinda got banged up there at the end of the year. And you know, I got shave and Joe Damian there, the car owner, and I helped McHugh races and and you know, we had some early success there and. And you know, we felt, you know, pretty confident, and we landed the deal there in twenty seventeen and had a lot of success last year, you know, we, we won eleven races and and felt like we were pretty pretty competitive anywhere we went and you know, we're just continuing to try and build this program to be on that level to be competitive, you know, with the Donnie shots and Brad sweet and those guys out there that are are really having success. And you know, with with their race teams, and you know, we're just trying to build it to continue be at that level and be able to win wherever we go and win. Wherever you go. You know, we know that the world of outlaws tour was kind of the direction everyone thought you were going, but it kind of turned into kind of pick and choose and make your own schedule house that really turn out. I mean, obviously you've won some really big money races this year, but what's. Been like, just kind of creating your own schedule. It's been great. I mean, for for me and Tim, both. It's been really good for us. It's allowed us to be home a little more often, but still have that full-time type of schedule. You know, we, we, we can run seventy five or eighty racist year, but still be around home, you know, can kinda be home around my family and spend time with my girlfriend and you know, do things like that that normally out on the road, you wouldn't be able to do as much summer months. So it's been good that way. You know, obviously if if if I wasn't doing this, you know, I'd love to love to outlaw deal with him, you know. But it's this is a pretty much an ideal situation for both of us. Ideal situation for both of us, especially way they're Carl Cody and acid is asking me this before I don't. I don't know that I know this. Okay. Gyms over in Aliquippa. Okay. Where are you at and where is the team at? Do you is the team with you as the team? How does this all work? Well, I'm from Ohio, but the the home is out of Struthers. What red excavating, Jeff, dick, the team owner, eight. He's got a shop there and Struthers. Then Tim, Tim kind of keeps it at his house and you know, we bounce around and I kinda, you know, race and you know, try and stay ahead of the game a little bit with our, you know, maintenance and everything. So it allows me to get home a little bit and and do some different things. And you know, we kind of keep each other fresh that way, you know and taking some workload off and I'm thankful Tim's Tim's type of driver that isn't just a driver. He, he really likes being hands on, you know, he enjoys taking care engines and and we're. In, he's he's smart himself. You know, I've, I've learned a lot from him and and a lot of other good drivers I've been doing a long time. So yeah, we just kinda Homebase instructors, but you know, we around a little bit..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

Motorsports Monday

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Motorsports Monday

"Victory lane at the fabulous Lincoln speedway twenty seven thousand dollars paycheck in the Bank for the team. He is the crew chief on Tim Schafer's car. Cody Jacobs is on the line. Hello, Cody, welcome doing nation. I guys how you doing. I am doing well. How are you doing ju- to get all the confetti and get that check back to where we were going and get that taking care of after the big one Saturday night. Yeah, yeah, I tell you that it was a good night. You know, it's for me personally. It's my, I win, and I guess central PA land. You know, it's been close if you times with a couple of different guys that we grove and and some tracks over there, but to get a win over there with Shaef and against the policy that was very, very big and it was a good night. Cody. I've just got to ask your in trouble. I just have to know d. speak out clip. No, I am not quite on that level of Aliquippa, but at times we can, we can let her loose, but he he does a pretty good job at that himself. I'd say that's for sure coating. We've had Tim on multiple times this year, and I made the statement multiple times. You guys get that car dialed in and it doesn't matter where you go. You're gonna, you're gonna be tough to handle an showed again, and we talked to Tim, like what's that? Like the climate and climb in the.

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"aliquippa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"For you. My friend and perfume that she wears daily. Both thought it was Alec and they couldn't afford Alec. That's what happened. People the look. We sound a lot like we looked kind of like separate. I'm I'm a little rounder. So with that said, believe me when his career took off and they got his brother sounds just like him and he's half the price trust me. I was okay with that. I'm very good up salute. I was absolutely okay with it. So what's happening down there boys, you're losing again? Yep. Yep. No, no, no, no. Listen. There's a new way before us. Now. I've bought in my sister Beth because as we were staying with the siblings and we're using Aliquippa dangling that low hanging fruit in front of you for hopefully not next week. No, no, it's next week either way. If she wins lose loses. She's not coming back by yourself. If Alex not coming next week, neither you? Oh no, no, no. My friend, you must examine the rules by which we engaged. If she beats or ties calling the rules if you every week. You we lost with every chromosome you brought on, you're still here. Let me tell you something you bring up. My Jacqueline has nothing to do with the. Of the show so. So I beg your pardon? That is not what I was bringing up. I was saying that every Baldwin has been on here including and forgive my delicacy here because Beth, I'm sorry. I've never met. We don't know anything about each other, but your brother is concocting a national fraud that has taken over our show. He is seven eleven into, he's ruined her entire season. Are you gonna fix it and how are you going to fix it? Well, let me tell her how you're going to pick because I was I was really Jane, went with the mascot beating the mascot. Okay. That that propelled us to one two and two with you disputing one of the laws of cheated. That's okay. You're going to do what you have to do to sell your show. We're going to do what we have to to be victorious. My friend, so. Win. I'm going to have you here when you hear this technique because I turn around and I told Beth what we're doing Woody here there. So Beth God and tell them you're technique that you think you told her what we're doing, why can't she just get to the pixel right. What, but I didn't visual and needed a visual. I need pictures of the quarterbacks. Get the picture is how she's doing that said. Anything about football? I like the giants. That's all she sat. Right. Okay. So how you going to do this? And she said, well, whatever games have pictures of all the quarterbacks, and then I'm gonna look at the quarterbacks and I'm going to pick which team I think wins based on the picks I goes by who's more hands he goes, Nope. It's just how I feel when I see the picture of the quarterback. So we're going to test this right now. I'm not gonna tell you who either one of these people are. Okay. On the back is the name of the person. Here's a picture of Dan Le Batard and stugotz, and I want you to look at stugotz. He's so hot. For sure. I definitely choose. I love this family name. And I love the name bet. I mean, so this is we are kindred spirits up telling you. I love this family. I do. I love this family. We're Long Island. People come just cutting it up about that. They go see, see sorry. But already. I know this time for celebrity prognosticator Ness, win some money. These I e pictures of quarterbacks are going to be hilarious yet these people out of my life off the ball, but Carolina minus seven giants at giants..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Skullduggery

"And so they brought them both back for these. The spectacle of of of. Very, very dramatic charge by Anita hill. You know, in detail the kind of conduct that she alleged against Clarence Thomas. And then this for Roche's response from from Thomas, which carried the day level of emotion and intensity and Aliquippa about about his outrage, being accused of this and about what it did to a black man in particular to be accused of sexual misconduct and then a parade of witnesses for for for each one. It was just and the all male Senate Judiciary committee, including Senator Ted Kennedy, you know, may he rest in peace who whose own history in matters of women was wasn't great Hasidim there as if he had a bag over his head. He could barely look up from from the table. They just made fools of themselves. And at the end of the day, the immediate polls showed that the country believed Clarence Thomas more, and there wasn't actually that much difference between men and women that differ. This was party and and Thomas was confirmed by very narrow margin at the end of the day. But I think most people felt that the process was disgraceful and remind people of what the of what these some of the allegations were hill didn't say Thomas ever sexually assaulted her or necessarily even touched or right? He'd said, right. He was asking her out repeatedly while she was working for him both at the education department, and then at the EEOC Equal Employment Opportunity commission, but did so his flirtatious tactics as it were were quite graphic and repulsive according to her account. I'm just quoting some of what she said in the hearings he Thomas spoke about such matters as women having sex with animals and films, showing group sex or rape scenes. Thomas graphically described his own sexual. Prowess and the details of anatomy. And at one point, says, Thomas examined a can of coke on his desk and asked who has put pubic hair on my coke. Right? And that was an important distinction just made it that it was not a sexual assault which is being alleged against judge Cavanaugh. It was a hostile work environment from Thomas pressuring Anita hill and and raise essentially poisoning her work environment with lurid sexual comments which he denied absolutely. And and Anita hill testified it really in the face of this judiciary committee of all men who kind of I didn't get it..

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Show you more people to read your article and you more people to click on the link and so see to kind of the same way you never see many stories about being a little bit more balanced on the and pointing out all the stuff. We don't know. It's just headlines football lease the e which kills, look, you guys know I've had Kristen Wenski on. I don't think there's any question that repetitive hits the head can can lead to see t. but there's also people that are getting that never played a context sport, and there's also a lot of people that presumably have CT that never have an impact on that. Never never impacts them negatively. So I just but but. You don't really see those headlines because the headline guys job is to get people to click. So this dolphin story is garbage and I don't like that. I don't like that at all as for the NFL in the NFL PA putting the joint statement and putting the new, the quote, unquote, new anthem policy on a standstill. I think that's smart. I think they should try to work something out. I've told you, I think there's options. You could just have the whole everybody stay in the locker room until the until the anthems played, or maybe you do what I said. The moment of silence for players social causes in their communities that are near and dear to their heart, and then everybody stand for the national anthem. I think that'd be very powerful, very strong, but we'll see whether or not they take my advice. Geez, I saw this next headline come across on Wednesday after we finished recording its Durell Rivas retiring from the NFL after eleven seasons, and you had a interesting tweet about how he will be remembered, right? So re this is a western PA guy in Aliquippa guy showing Gilbert, Mike Ditka, Ty law, Tony Dorsett, and had an unbelievable career. There was a four year period from two thousand eight through two thousand eleven that you could argue that he could have been a defensive player of the year. Each of those years and certainly was in, I think, probably the top five voting all those years. He had a great run and then even after the tornadoes yell and twelve, the bucks didn't use them right in thirteen. Fourteen first team, all pro with patriots again at a very good year got paid a ton of money from the jets and fifteen. And towards the end of that year, he fell off and then obviously. Things are in sixteen were were not good at all. Not. I mean he was he was bad and whether he was dogging it or just lost that many steps. I don't know, but it was not good. I my question was how will he be remembered? And to be honest, I'm member music, great corner. But I remember more for a guy that leveraged his unique talent.

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"aliquippa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"So i don't know number two lsu in new orleans jazz legend pistol pete marriage is actually from aliquippa pennsylvania that's true true true true hundred percent true one of the reasons my dad loved pistol pete was these from pennsylvania by the way mike ditka tony dorsett or dorset wall i used to be called also from dorset did when he started it was doors at though and then he changed change set change it when he went pro thighs min mom named clay i'm gonna call him clay also by the way at lsu pistol pete's career scoring average was forty four points per game robust number three the hurricane is the signature drink in gnarly but a drink called the hand grenade is a close second it has vodka gin rum and grain alcohol what was that grain alcohol it has vodka gin rum and grain alcohol fiction that's fiction it shouldn't if it's true know it's absolutely true i had a ton of them when i visited my brother oh lane hundreds in true i'm saying true hundred percent true the hand grenade oh one one drink it was so good i brought it home and had a little hand like a cane plastic hanger nate in it i brought home from their drinks so i mean a hanger in oliva handgrenade oliver hurricane this is the thing that was like the city's great undoing it's weird all right the mark ingram is the leading rusher in new orleans saints history is that factor fiction no way no that's fiction ooh that's tough i think i'm gonna go fact i'm gonna say fiction it's still deuce mcallister it is fiction it is how very good bed right there there's a popular french expression in gnarly it's and i don't speak french got lazy lay bone tamp rely but they said you don't speak french is that the sound right now.

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"aliquippa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"aliquippa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Jews do perks before jazz one sports network prisons goods sports high and low sports fans welcomed to this presentation a good sports presented by podcast one sports i got to work out the language that that's a little clunky i don't think i'm doing it pot presented presenting good sports presented by podcast one sports is one to any eu let's not get bogged down with that dave damage shakir adam corolla there what's the poop their ace wanna talk to you about a movie that is very important to your city okay a movie a movie you wanna talk about the city of pittsburgh pa historical moving that's very important to your city i told the i told my boy we went to see the kings in that the the twotime defending this defending stanley cup champion pittsburgh penguins um get staples center and that he asked why are they called the penguins and i said well you know it's alerts rate of pay well right that's exactly right but what's even better pittsburgh pan silvain yet pittsburgh penguins and i i said oh yeah that's meat and a guy in front of us who was a pittsburgh penguins fan many of them in the staples center that night turnaround said i never noticed that before that's a good the observation and a rare the vehicle never noticed that it i know how severe right of of a movie now you think we'd be talking about all the right moves because of the tom cruise well are we going to do a cab basic cable classic that's the one ace all the right moves movies got everything at it now how far out of uh pittsburgh proper are you know downtown with aliquippa or whatever the hell of pipe county ramp is high today where where is it made up as it is a.

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