7 Burst results for "Alison Hundred"
"alison hundred" Discussed on Ringer FC
"I think he's on this consensus about his decline. That's the reason. I think he's on tweet. That's consensus about decline. Does fair but then you also get people defending his record and then people chiming in about his wages. So yes as as there's a lot there. Yes i'm happy to go curious carriers untreatable. Because you know it was difficult to a was that they felt the need more than shortstop up. Liverpool's the rent for carriers curious fine goalkeeper actually great reputation in germany came to liverpool and very but was getting there was getting some you know he was good enough to go to the the champions league and the horror and the tragedy that came out. Was you know. He took that huge forum to the head ramos. Which unseen by referees. Which frankly i think should read In the topic final ralston readiness we know carries made a really bad era Onto initially understand you know the the mesa became a month to he was actually probably concussed. And of course. Charissa career imploded. But a lot of people didn't see for bought it and see it and so of course charissa goes on loan to ship. Tass makes a horrifying era at the beginning of Is it a preseason game which goes viral on social media enables magante charissa joke but this individual confidence is absolutely shattered from an incident pivotal and it was not carris full. I think is still paying the price for that. And i don't know if your confidence really recovers from blow that big because he saw even off the champions final but he's gone up to the crowd and apologizing and shakings head and he's sopping and my goodness. This man is suffered sausage. Something wasn't his fault. It reminds me a little bit of when you know topley papers. Were in a massive splash on the front page and this actually factually incorrect. And then they brought the correction on a tiny bit in the bottom corner of like paste. Thirteen months later manziel. Yeah that's kind of the thing. I think happened makarios. But i'm going to clarify one thing before the start of this because let none of these suggestions Us poking fun at the individual players. It's more about how the response to them. The yeah and i think with carriers think that he's never gonna be Alison hundred percent. Yeah or amman. Will neue or a edison or any of the great keepers. However he's a dreadful goalkeeper by any aids. Probably suffered a little bit from the scrutiny. That was involved at being. Click liverpool if he'd been a lower profile team. Let's say i don't think the discourse around him will be anywhere near what it was but that's kind of happens with a visibility doesn't it. Yeah yes possibly goes. I think the living carresses. He was obviously good enough to get the way to that final. I kind of mentioned because it was a bit of a jimmy. The disrespected eleven which is a similar kind of thing in a historical context. There's an overlap. Overlap in the disrespected evan. Mvm because he's very good footballers slot. Overlap between the disrespected eleven untreatable. Evan i agree and i feel like carries deserves a place now. I wanted to start with him. Because i feel like this. Podcast is kind of yes. Funding this funny. But it's bittersweet so i thought it'd be nice to stop the bittersweet name i'm art without lawrence carson. Go which wanna go now. Let's go to right back. Do you have for right back. Could be only one gone since roberto. He's the roszak test of rightback's when you look at surgery roberto you russia test you see something which reveals your own psyche. Whatever i feel like he reveals people's he is the result of so many projections. Like he staff seventy bosses greatest moments in the last six years and also. The emblem of disappointments. So he's responsible for in some part. The lack of pace allow them to be taxed so relentlessly games. The roma elimination the champions league. He's there an emblem. Oh play of the contract too big. That also should shift him right. He's an emblem of all is best and worst about boss. he's awesome emblem of the triple. A sign of the louison the address. Enrico who could play multiple positions. It was a player who was loved. The utility by then hated like schrodinger shortages full. His career was bed. that was alive than it. was that again. You know so. I feel like your surgery. Roberto is is bigger than they might be able to tweet. Untreatable player that big of a themselves. They represent something like roberto represents the decline represents play. Who in many is is if i could score planet shouldn't was is ruthlessly redundancy over moated anisa a sign of an uneven swansea. He's he's my right back. That's interesting because we've Easily maitland niles. Oh my goodness oh yes for a very similar reason in a way by also thing that the thing about anything they know. Is that until most of the suggestions that i've put in this lineup. It's never really about them or sometimes the the original discussion starts with them. But then it descends into this huge deep well of existential ism and contract breakdown and philosophy and it's just like nominal. I wanted to say it was just. I think they might launch that a good game. I want bassac obama's going here. i remember. Soccer is a good shower. Actually maybe even better shot because animal soccer. What's the courts to take on him. Fifty million right.
"alison hundred" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored
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"alison hundred" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat
"COM and Unin up all in one aggregated year. That user could then reason about so. That was one capability that raise money on launched never quite made it into a mass assistance. So anyway, so we did that capability. You asked me what happened after we launched. The thrilling night I remember while the whole company was crowd in our conference rooms, a big questions. Would people know let's a say. Because with a voice system, it's a question their boundaries. You can't ask anything their domains scope. And would they be staying in scope out of SCOPE? Original series opted better than any commercial systems since then was discovery solving the problem of your new user. How do you know what's in there? If you're an expert user, how do you get there instantly? And if you're middle intermediate user, how have you know it does restaurants but I don't really know all the attributes. Can I say? Restaurant was the view of the goal of beautiful. Golden Gate Bridge. You find me or or not, as in scope out his I, don't quite remember so everyone's a beginner and expert and a an intermediate user, so having a system that leads you'd migrate across that. I think is again one of the biggest opportunities of vailable right now. The assistant market because no assist, does it well? Not a single assistant doesn't file, and there are many ways to do it. We did a good job of it I think Launch the APP we're waiting to see how it is in. We had kind of an anonymous log file of clerics, Alison, hundreds of queries or streaming by we look at it in just I'm looking. We realized they were getting. They were asking things our in scope. We knew these requests for GONNA be well received. A cheer goes up and the reviews ratings because it really did need expectations because people were asking for things that it knew how to do. Right and so we were happy. It was exciting and then about two weeks later. We're in our office dog having a meeting I. Tom and the phone rings. And it just as mobile on, and you know how was already? It's an Apple Cupertino. Apple is calling us. At the time to answer phony would swipe it. We'd like that. But sometimes it wouldn't pickup like swipe in dance. Con Con Apples, calling and we finally the seven swipe. Phone answers me here Hey Steve. What chick do an honor come over to my house tomorrow? We're like Steve Jobs coughing at this. Out of the blue on announced that was, it was a crazy moment. Saddam starts to have a conversation is like yeah, well, actually I have an opera going tomorrow night, so I'm not sure I can make it marks, or what about before okay could do before and then the important question. Should I bring my cofounders or can bring my combs if he hadn't asked that, we would have killed. What they do. Bring them, so we went over to Steve Jobs House the next day, the three Tom Doug and myself. We spent about three hours in his house, talking about technology landscape future. There was some amazing moments, so entrepreneurs or people will ask me. What was Steve Jobs like? I figured it out within the first ten minutes of meeting first of all, there was fire. Burning in him. And you could just tell. He was desperate to succeed. And you command. This is a guy has reinvented field after field for movies and computers. Music now smartphones mobile APPs billionaire. He started Pixar. He could just a little bit. There was nothing chill about Steve. He was desperate to succeed. Of the thing that I love most about him on these interactions he was always open to. New ideas he never. You know some successful. People think they're the smartest person in the room and they're right. Steve always was questioning himself in. This is the attribute I love most about him. So he asked me a question point blank Adam should apple by this company nothing to name which which company. Like no I, don't think so. No No, no, no! And he just started pounding me with questions. And I just had I.
"alison hundred" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Funded identified as a political analyst so I looked her up on the the internet and and she is a Democrat hard core Democrat activist but they don't even identify that way just political analyst and and I just got she's bristled she just hates trump she's shaking with anger over this because you know this and we haven't really build the Hyde amendment yet two things that really get her goat Maria Cardona and listen here we go again they're good Christians and you're not you have questions who are supporting this president who supposedly have to follow Jesus teachings what is just say how you treat the least among us is how you are going to be judged my goodness this is how we are going to be just collectively collectively she said not just by but by the country and by the world she she left out by god should should well how would be judged by got generally the cashier really believe in the god thing is just fake they're just using the Jesus thing as a weapon of choice for today and today only to attack the people that they hate so much their next door neighbors and their family members and and really your whipping out Jesus on all of this and and and honestly I I just I don't get to me either as say a massive cavernous intellectual and moral disconnect between saying I love Planned Parenthood and we need to repeal the Hyde amendment so we can force nuns to pay for abortions with their tax dollars and gosh I really care about this child at the border how do you square that I if you're a liberal you consider yourself to be an intellectual all liberals think they're intellectuals they're not and how do you square that intellectually psychologically honestly I I you know but ethically morally how do you square that yet yeah it's impossible to square impossible here's Maria Cardona she is very very upset and here's why did they leave now the woman in this case who she lives and she talk to the media she said they left al Salvador because they're poor they're because they're poor but liberals on the news media they just start adding things because of gang violence because of climate change because of they just melt the Democrat party shopping list of made up things Maria Cardona on CNN this morning I was filing system was built exactly for the kind of people that are fleeing their home country because if they don't then their child and their son will be murdered their daughter will be raped unambiguously true I thank all sons in El Salvador are murdered all daughters in El Salvador are raped I think that's a well established fact it is the fear and horror factory of the Democrat media laughed Cardona and this is what we are doing to these people listen to them this is how we are treating the children who actually do make it here the horrors of what what we have heard we're trying to come to the detention centers Alison hundred thousand you have concentrate stages and prisoners listen that have tweeted out that when they have been held by the Taliban or Iranians or Somali pirates they have been treated better than our government is treating these babies toddlers and children that is a day.
"alison hundred" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Who supposedly have to follow these teachings, Jesus, say, how you treat the least among us is how you are going to be judged. My goodness. This is how we are going to be just collectively collectively. She said, not just by but by the country, and by the world, she left out by God, how would be judged by? She didn't really believe in the God thing is just fake. They're just using the Jesus thing as a weapon of choice for today and today, only to attack the people that they hate so much their next door neighbors and their family members. And really your whipping out Jesus on all of this. And, and honestly, I just, I don't get to me. There is a massive cavernous in electoral and moral. Disconnect between saying, I love Planned Parenthood, and we need to repeal the Hyde amendment, so we can force nuns to pay for abortions with their tax dollars. And gosh, I really care about this child at the border. How do you square that if you're a liberal, you consider yourself to be an intellectual liberals think intellectual they're not? And how do you square that intellectually psychologically? Honestly. I ethically morally. How do you square that it's impossible to square impossible? Here's Maria Cardona. She's very, very upset. And here's why do they leave now the woman in this case who she lived and she talked to the media. She said they left Al Salvador because they're poor there because they're. Poor, but liberals on the news media. They just start adding things because of gang violence, because of climate change because of they just the democrat party shopping list of made up, things Maria Cardona on CNN this morning. Silence system was still exactly for the kind of people that are fleeing their home country because if they don't then their child, their son will be murdered. Their daughter will be rate on 'em. Big you Asli true. I think all sons el-salvador are murdered all daughters, and El Salvador are raped. I think that's a well established fact it is the fear and horror factory of the democrat media left. Cardona. And this is what we are doing to these people. Listen to this is how we are treating the children who actually do make it here. The horrors of what we have heard. We're detention centers Alison hundred thousand have concentrated and prisoners. Listen that have tweeted out that when they have been held by the Taliban, or I reign Ian, or so Molly pirates that they have been treated better than our government is treating these babies toddlers, and children. That is a.
"alison hundred" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Leonard Carl hyacinth almost Coen brothers esque characters secre way to put an habit. This only in Miami kind of world, and it's the weirdest birdcage of ever seen. Bizarre. And you can't make it up because it's it's it's nonsense little family, ending, you know. Goes down, and you're an exhaust who's in drag whose Gene Hackman, you're you're you're talking about Tony Bosch who is at the center of all of this. Who's the one who is dispensing all of the the steroids using his dad's scrip paper pad to Dr legit doctor? And then this fellow porta Fisher. Who is just a I don't know. What what what do you describe him the one who is the one who gave the who stole the he sensually took the documents from Tony Bosch, just let it lying around the biogenesis office took them and sent them to the press because he was pissed about not getting four thousand dollars back. It's you know, it's a chunk chain nice chunk of change. But even Tony Bosch and your documentary said he wishes he had paid that money to avoid everything else that it happened. It's insane. I just didn't hearing how you describe Puerta Fisher. After having watched it. This one will be a sad figure who's just looking for some sort of relevance. You know, I that's what I any founded be in these documents, and he took these documents from so he still the documents from Tony Bosch, and the documents were stolen from him and sold not just to the highest bidder. But every bitter. I mean, anybody willing to pay anything for them, and including major league baseball who's paid one hundred twenty five thousand cash in a diner out of some slush fund, I presume, I don't think we're going to ten ninety nine. The convicted felon that they were buying these knowingly still in documents from I don't know where Moby gets a slush fund from. But so be it. I don't know hustle either. Rob Manfred was in charge of this entire investigation. But listen go down to Miami. I mean when you roll around on the swamp, you're gonna get some mud on you. Down there. If you gotta you gotta root this thing out. I mean in a way to because everybody was saying, you know, how does how does the NFL not get the TMZ tapes of all these players that TMZ has the tapes on and the reason they're they're not gonna take some sort of could you imagine if the NFL trusts on what it is this could you imagine if the NFL took a slush fund and gave it to somebody who for whatever their reason wanted to leak this tape when they had no right to could you imagine you're assuming that they don't are the ones that Billy? They don't because otherwise they'd have the tape and here. Well, here's eleven does. Well, here's what what they did these convicted felons while they're selling MLB stolen documents for cash in a diner. They had a buddy at another table with an iphone filming the transaction. So that they can sell the video of the transaction two. A rod to say like, hey, you can then release and they wound up creating route one of getting scared about this. And they deleted it from the hard drive. And but but a-rod bought a blank hard-drive from them for six figures, we have the wire transfer. It's in the documentary and the an era allegedly spent thousands more sending the hard drive around the world to data recovery services to try to get this deleted footage back and unfortunately couldn't. And so we got footage America's sweetheart Alison hundred hysterical. Like, listen. I don't he was desperate. And he grew up in Miami. It's like sunny place for shady people. You know, he's going to it rubs off on you, and the type of characters you surround yourself doing the fact that when you think about it. The career of the highest paid baseball player in history effectively ended over a four thousand dollar debt between a cocaine addicted fake doctor and his fake tan. Addicted steroid patient just kind of wonderful, by the way, Billy Corgan. I mean fine point on stuck the landing on that one. And that's why you're documentaries called scruple. And I guess we kind of buried lead, which is a great way to finish up. Our conversation here is there's so many stories that required reenactment because you don't have the footage..
"alison hundred" Discussed on Back To Back
"Like if you can make shit like them or like culprit cone sound like shh, like that you can make anything because that's the hardest to make in my opinion. I know I completely agree. And I think if the same with the technical death metal where you almost give them respect because they're making an art form that maybe isn't going to be the most popular thing ever committed to this like higher art for and they could like a lot of them to like if you look up jazz drummers it's a similar thing to metal drummers because they have these crazy solos, but a lot of these like crazy death. Metal dudes can still play like better blues than you'll ever hear anybody else place. Right? Applies to everything they can just do everything else. Do the hardest one for you in high school? What kind of a kid were you like? Were you good in school? No, not at all. I was the kid who was like, I would be super sweet. To all my female teachers, and then the guy teachers, it would just be like Burling down. Then there's the occasional asshole who doesn't put up with shit, but I would always kinda slide through stuff you'd finesse, it'll. I remember in high school had this teacher miss Duffy, and she was super nice. And I was like the funny dude and blah, blah, blah. But she used to think that my dad would like beat me because my dad's really loud, he's super Italian and just yells, but he's not like mad. Right. So I remember me and I was with my dad at the grocery store and we saw her and he was yelling at me, but like not in a mean way. So she saw that as him being abusive, and I had an f. in her class and it was senior year. I was gonna fail and like she called me into class one day and she was just like, Tanner, just so you and your father the grocery store, and I didn't like the way he was speaking to you. He does. He do anything to home that that makes you uncomfortable. And, and of course I wanted to be like, no, my dad's the best. He's super cool, but I'm I, I was just like. Sometimes basically kind of went with the allusion that my dad abuse and like it's not cool obviously, but it was either that or fail. Right, right. In that moment, that's how you could get a failed high school then like maybe it would lead to that because if my kid failed high school, you bet your ass. I'm gonna frigging smack, but like, yeah, so I, I kind of went with it. I didn't obviously make any stories of. So she being sweetheart. She was like, okay, well, now I understand my school is so difficult for you. So let's play a game. Let's play the raise Tanner's grade, and she let me pass with a c. c. minus and then the the senior project that was we had all year to work on. It just copied off my friend, Alison hundred percent plagiarized, and she just let me go go. So Shama stuffy Razi bad. I feel like back in the day it was easier for a kid to plagiarize something that it is now like now teachers can more or less just put papers through an analysis pro. Yeah, it was turn it into calm and they put it through and it says like, like what sources you copied and shit. But do nowadays. I feel like school is just like pointless because. For everybody will know just for like, I mean, I already think high school stupid, but finish it for your parents and then you move on right, but like, but I feel like when kids are in school now everybody has an iphone. Like you'll find a way if you'll find a way to cheat kid that would hide is right when the droid came out, he would hide his droid in a hollowed out book..