18 Burst results for "Allen Jones"
"allen jones" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"We were looking to employ a drive our alongside. Khaki and i think we had Not time in the top. Jack was fantastic guy. A great member of the team in facts a very skillful drive a credible finesse. But he didn't have quite the hawks. The likes of nigel and say allen jones had in terms of laying it all on the line and the race. So we we decided we wanted to take on another driver. I was very keen to have a driver who had driven with a renault engine behind him because we had the hunger engine and it was very immature as an agent. It was i own. Nothing you put your foot on the Waited for however long it happened to be and then sunday eight hundred horsepower on. Somebody's yeah with the turbo in particular about yes well. This was turbo time. We stopped running the honda turbo the last race in nineteen eighty-three three Through nineteen eighty-four. We ran with khaki and jack and with a very immature honda turbo engine which was very unreliable and mexico mater early head of hong the walker then was the people who developed the home but racing engine. He came to the dutch free and saw for himself but they had completely underestimated the challenge and when he went back to tokyo to his credit he brought in senior engineer to oversee. The project brought in all the right people. Put everything in place to make it happen. And biennially races of nineteen eighty-five. It really started to come together. The the fruits of his decisions than really started come together. What was nigel saying about that. Honda when he compared it to the reynaud did he say you a miles behind. All the gatt was actually quite close when he first started driving. I think he did a test right. At the end of one thousand nine hundred eighty four and he was not very complimentary and nigel. Being nigel he said it exactly as he saw which really was exactly what under on the needed having just climbed. Act from driving with reynaud engine behind him and probably the renault engine at that time. Nineteen eighty-four was probably the clouds of the field and to does credits. The very much listened to him. I can't say. Nigel didn't say you need a different compression ratio and you need this back all it could say this is. What's wrong with the agent. You know that the throttle control is terrible. He would describe in great detail what his problem was with the circle control and they sat down. Listen announced him questions and they went away and got. The job gotten early. Nineteen ninety four. We had what was called the d. spec engine which not only had a much smaller bowl lon- longer stroke but it also had.
"allen jones" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Phil simms is doing. And like when you're having to re when you're having to anyone to shut up you've already lost the you know what i'm saying like i feel like the giant i. I'm not trying to pat myself on the back here. But like i saw this coming a mile at this team is going to be a disaster and i know say crohn's on his way back but also at the beginning of this week over the week over this past weekend and there was a sneaky report that the giants may not see saquon until weeks between weeks one and three. Why are we saying that. Like why are we throwing that out now. Everything's totally fine. Why is week three as a debut even in the conversation. Yeah pretending to practice. But i mean he's not like full go yet and it sounds like that was another thing in the winter lewis thing. They're like well. It's good to see you back on the field. Sure but also like it still seems like he's gonna miss some time or maybe even if he's ready week one best case scenario like is the pits count is not like he's been practicing on summer like you know they conditioning and everything and then just the actual live game action kind of conditioning that you can only get by plane that might have to be managed and i think that's a big deal again as we talked about because for the successful they need to take on to like be Elliott of two thousand sixteen and everything like really carry the load or demarco. Murray even that. So yeah. I think it's a concern. I will push back a little on. I do think kenny. Golladay will match in a big way not to the level. That savan days helps out. Josh allen but i do think our dinner jones will be better than he was last year. Which is a low bar to clear to be clear but i do think it will help because sure i didn't one of dinner. Jones best qualities is being able to sling it deep and i think golladay day has proven. He can do that. You can make get this now. Of course golladay not taxing. Because he's dealing with an injury issue of his own and that kind of disrupts the chemistry that potentially that josh allen jones and They have here so you know. I don't think it's like one of the league's mostly lethal connections. But i do think it will help at least a little bit for him. See i just and now. We're getting away from any kind of analysis but like daniel jones just so uninspiring to me. you know like i don't know of any way to put it Dave damasec i used to love the dave chappelle damaged football program under. Nfl media's podcast umbrella and he used to talk about guys that just a look like quarterbacks and how you kind of you know in a funny way like grade players that way. and i. i remember when mike glennon signed with the bass who was like that dude will never make he does. He does not look like a quarterback but dak prescott looks like a quarterback walks talks like leader. That was really evident on hard. Knock because you mentioned. I think jalen hurts. Looks like a quarterback walks and talks and a leader like. There's a clear energy and vibe about him. Even ryan fitzpatrick who. I'm not that fond of as a player does have like an air of leadership. An era veteran at the quarterback position around him. I don't get that from. Daniel jones like daniel jones is just you know he's just on on along for the ride. You know what i'm saying like i it's it's uninspired. I think the possibility exists for jones to have one of these lake. one year wonder seasons. I think he can really have like a really big. So i can think i i could see him having two thousand thirteen. Nick foles like that Who else are we thinking about here. Even if there's i across. I think he can. I think he has enough talent. 'cause like i said before many times but like between haskins i'd ever to saw dangers. I can see something there. So i think there is a situation. I don't know if it's this year. But i think there could be situation. Where everything clicks for one year. And he gets really hot but then he just never really replicates it again and there's this more inconsistencies. I can envision there or did you mention derek carr in. There didn't dare you really big year. He has go. He had that two thousand sixteen year or he was kind of in the mvp conversation and he broke. So i can see that. I can see that happening with him. I don't know this is the year if it is like. It's almost dangerous. Because i feel there could be a big false positive here. Dana jones are all right. This is who he is. And all of a sudden they rushed to sign him to that extension. And then like oh actually. He's not this guy. So yeah i think there's there's there's upward mobility a for his projection. But all around. I'm going to stick to what i said earlier. Like with the giants. I'm just not seeing the positive vibes coming out about them. And now in italy we are by because like the giants but like honestly. I'm not seeing it like what. What can i point to you but the new york giants right now that i feel super great about like oh this is this is a good thing they have going for them like if any healthy on his healthy. I would say that i'd be like okay. They at least they've saquon barkley going for them. I think that don't matter so much. But still i can point to that and i. I can't point to anything. You shook your head but nobody heard that what was your thought. Or what is your thought on the retirements. We're up to four. Now i mean. Do you buy what percent of u. buys it. it is coincidental that it's just. These four players happen to.
"allen jones" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"I've known known anybody else's about forty five. Jack twenty two now twenty. Two millimeters is nothing but anything long than that and he was like. No this is far too long. Can't drive that. Patrick would be like. What an earth does this idiot doing you. Yeah does he have any understanding. About how bloody racing car works. But he wouldn't be told what says i want. You know that team. Why did he want sasha who knows. It's one of those things like people often talk about drivers seats in how specific they are and again. That was his seat. His steering wheel are used to have hand-build his steering wheels and again patrick to mental patchy to come into the back of the garage. And i'd be there doing another steering wheel with a load of tape and blu tack making it the shape jack wanted because back then they didn't have moldy grips. They all have moldy grips now that suit their hand but they didn't then they just had a normal rim. Just like you did in your own car when he was a bit smaller. And of course jack said if i can grip it properly then actually i have more control which is quite logical which is why all drivers now have have molded grips but back then. Nobody did. And it was good enough allen jones so wanted villanova have to have a moldy grips. Well i said if the kid says he'll go quicker and moldy grit gonna give him odi grip. So i did them by hand and of course patrick everybody like patrick coming under the vent pageant but if he caught me doing another talk i am retired. I told you leagues out. Bloody steer boycotting time. But it was great. You know that is what was williams is all about and don't get me wrong. Patriot loved having jan. He'll tell you now. That was not a very good racing driver and actually bloody nearly threw away a championship with a very good car. But he doesn't really mean that he enjoyed that dynamic for sure because he likes shouting at people and jack gave him lots to shout about. Is that on off. Switch of throttle pedal one of the reasons. Why wasn't that good in the way. Yes absolutely yeah. Yeah i think it was. And i never succeeded in persuading him otherwise he he doesn't really agree with that. And who knows what the whether i'm wrong. I don't know we never. We never got to the bottom of it but yes. He didn't have a great record in the in the wet. Maybe also because we have this view of drivers has either understeer. Drivers are oversteer driver. So drivers who you can clearly see drive the car with it really on the nose and with the rear moving around a lot and drive. Is that drive. It completely nailed at the back and they're just winding more and more steering lock everywhere. Jack was very much an oversteer driver so he liked to car that that rotated very quickly and that in the way is going to be very tricky so whether that was you know and people sort of people say to me ever michael was. Michael wasn't drive totally was understeer driver. That's why he was very good in the wet. 'cause you know with with load understeer. Actually a car in the wet will be a little bit more forgiving. And and you have a little bit more time. So i don't know whether it was his inherent driving style. Maybe didn't lend itself to to being great in the wind. Well come onto ninety. Seven in a sec. I just wanted to touch on nine thousand nine hundred ninety six. You've said already that. Jack.
"allen jones" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk
"Okay. Stuart alan jones or brian kenny. Stewart vince tyler. Or michael nevada. Bruckner nathan maloney justin taylor justin phillip delaney attachment. Ted alexander barrier emmett honeycutt emmett janice maloney urge jennifer taylor jennifer hazel tyler or debbie novotny. Hazel donna daphne donna leeson romi or melanie and lindsay lead roby canal street or fake pittsburgh gayborhood canal street. Dow's colin center. Ethan gold even gold cameron robertson. Dr david cameron dc. Dr david cameron. Nobody or ben. Bruckner been bernard or uncle vic uncle christian. Hobbs or chris. Hobbs yes the uk sex or the us sucks you. Okay so for me. I had picked stuart alan jones. Vince tyler national only touched emmett honeycutt jennifer taylor hazel tyler. Donna leeson romi canal street. Ethan gold dr david cameron. Nobody uncle vic christian hobbs and uk sex so that gave a uk ten us five and you had permission. Hobbs chris. hobbs. Oh yeah so do i give one for each. Y'all gonna do that okay. Case seven. us nine. You like the us series better out of the. I like the series better. I liked individual parts better. But i knew it was going to be close. I knew it was gonna be close. So i had stirred allen jones as winter because i found his character. Just to be more believable. He wasn't portrayed as a magical uber guy and he really didn't do anything that would make me think. He is a deplorable person. Except for that. Weird firebombing thing of alexander's mother's car. Why did you pick stewart for a lot of the reasons that you picked stuart. I love the fact that he was much more of a character that was on somewhat of a level playing field. So then i believe a lot of the friendships. I believe the friendships a lot more. There wasn't as putting him on a pedestal. And a lot of ways you know. It was fun to watch him. Turn on the charm. That i thought was a lot more believable. I understood why people would fall in love with him or would want to sleep with him like he could in fact charm the pants off people whereas brian was such a turn off and such an ego maniac. Like why would anyone want to be like. Oh yeah then. Please do me like nothing. Please do me. We both picked vince tyler. So i thought that. Vince absolutely trances. Michael nevada ni. If you look at the whole series series michael comes off a bit schizophrenic or at best multiple personalities he was just written so poorly that he became unbelievable as the baby uber. Gay vince just endeared himself to his right from the start and we were really rooting for him every step of the way and he just never put a bad foot forward yet. I mentioned that. I think in the first episode of the uk version. That i i found him so endearing and his like nerdiness was such a turn on. I just thought he was a door. -able michael had this way of just running so hot and cold and ryan to extremes in his reactions of things and yeah we have we critiquing it that he would always go to like. I'm gonna shit on justin y you were his best friend and like and comic partner not two seconds ago but apparently everything's still his fault like get the fuck over yourself and again i ve. It's adorable accent so we were split on the next one. I picked nathan maloney. And you pick justin taylor. And i just have to go with nathan because he seemed to get his shit together. Faster than poor. Little justin did after a while. It just seemed like the. Us writers were yoyoing justin all over the place and not really giving him a clear coherent narrative one moment he was wise the next minute he was whining little boy. I thought that his growth as a character was really really obtuse throughout the entire. us series. So nathan maloney for the win. Justin is i think it's funny that you think that nathan got his shit together faster than justin dead it because i think justin had as i thought he popped more when it came to finding his independence and finding his voice that i think nathan nathan Especially when he had people who were supportive of him like the way he treated his mother just pissed me off to no end point and the way he treated donna the way the way he wanted to live. This game is like i never. I always thought he was like obviously trying to sell that. He was bought into the whole. Gay fantasia allot. He's like that he was living that. And it's like no. You're you're putting on a show and we're all kind of seeing through it. So why are you lying about it like these. Are your best friends like. It's okay so. I just found him kind of grading for me phil versus. Todd was an easy one. We both agreed on this one. I think this was mostly because phil was just killed off so quickly. We didn't really know him. My my only complaint with ted is that the us writers just couldn't get enough of wrecking his life over and over and over. That's another reason why i wanted to pick him. Because he was such a punching bag for the series that was like no. I'm going to give you a win. But wouldn't it have been nice to seat ted. Just come out of the series more fully baked as a person and not having gone through so much. There's always. I think you find it in every series. There's always going to be that character that they're going to put the brunt of things on one of them they're going to be. They're going to be that shows. Victim of the next one was Also we were in agreement on amit versus alexander. So emmett honeycutt clearly trances him. Alexander really didn't even need to be in this show at all. You'll remember how many times i asked the question of why exander was in. Just about any scene. He happened to be answered. Yes with the exception of that first episode where he gets off the plane and he was with the three somewhat the undertaker that should have been. He should've gone. I should've just been like a guest star situation. If anything i will give credit to the us series for finding purpose for emmett. And i think that was a character that probably the strongest one of the strongest characters that came out of the us version and a way to really give him his own voice you know from the uk counterpart our next was janice maloney or jennifer taylor. Jennifer taylor had to have the win hair because she just stole every scene she was in whereas janice maloney was really kind of just an angst. Ridden mothered coping to deal with her newly out gay son but jennifer taylor became like ally throughout the series so i like that ride that. She gave his antiwar lakes. Such great pantsuits. She looked great. I love how they dressed her. They also allowed her to become her own independent person. She also started. Yeah get that young dick. Oh my god. I forgot about that. Let's talk about that. Great like good for her. She got her job. She dumped that asshole. I mean yes props. jennifer next. One was hazel tyler. Debbie nevada on. We both picked hazel. I liked hazel much. Better than debbie. Debbie always came off as this benevolently bitchy. Know it all character. I know like that and she did have some killer scenes. But i think i think hazel is better. Mom yeah and. I think that really came down to the way. Hazel was cast being much closer to vince an age at least in my interpretation as much closer to him in age so i understood what their mother son dynamic was and she had a way of being involved in his life at involved in the things he did without it feeling too intrusive and not too over the top. We both agreed on the next one. Which was donna verses. Daphne even though both of them have minor parts. Donna just never hesitated to tell off nathan like when she put.
"allen jones" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"A man is supposed to be very desirable she preaches. I agree with her on that. Point of always admired nice guy. She's ignoring the fact that you know. Let's face it. I'm going to sound like a fruitful snow. But if you go bed tape. It's usually because you're from the lower socioeconomic classes and you can't afford to get a frigging dentist Often i can't to that was that let's get the giants on. It's hard to follow up hills zone. One was were within john's I can't that was quite interesting. I can't thank is it's fun. i'll back to it. Then so he was forced to publish a correction will his riley against covid nineteen restrictions in victoria after the broadcasting watchdog fandy he had misrepresented the research on the effectiveness of masks and lockdowns so effectively sort of cherry picked from a research report which guy the misleading impression of what the researchers were saying about effectiveness of masks and lockdown. So it's interesting to remember. That is actually a broadcasting watchdog that can crack down on road cast on television and radio but undying doesn't apply to online magazines like the spectator. Because if it does what are these guys being doing. If like one hundred and a broad identify. I covered. Not any the broadcasting. What's dog was. I decided allen jones what you said was misleading and deceptive. And you need to clarify and wants to do it. What do you think of that. Pull the watchdog doing that sort of thing. We should it. Just be a free market of pretty much. Because i thought that'd be a restriction on freedom of speech the another restriction of freedom of speech and it depends on his running the watchdog as to what is allowed. And what isn't so. I wouldn't agree with that. I think i've actually got pretty good reasons. They're they said they eating next talk about this report. Honestly exactly. he's he was inside scott. I think it's a fairly cut in look at it. Look at that you say that. He's cherry picked it and that sort of stuff and you can really travel very different conclusion. We have tribunals and ombudsmen all sorts of people to sell these things on when the dispute between peoples are believing a free press You would frown progress in the middle east. One of trump's achievements was the united arab emirates and morocco agreed to recognize israel. But something positive So that's on the plus side on the dance. It was on the condition that i could purchase twenty three billion and one billion worth. Us weapons respectively so a quid pro. Quo think he's who actually said that down. chomsky known. Crimsky no-one socialist sort of things..
Saudis sporting soft-power attempt
"November twenty eighth the green lights over the greed in jeddah will go out and the first saudi arabian grand prix will into life and though twenty formula one qasr raise a mightily impressive in the start of a race. They will need to rev extra to have any hope of drowning out throughout about the propriety of this event occurring at all a row to which this very explainer is about to make a modest contribution. Let's look at the undeniable upsides. I which one take too long in and of itself. The saudi arabian grand prix will doubtless be a splendid spectacle. It is to be held on a street circuit in jeddah the precise layout remains to be confirmed but it seems certain one part of the track will conduct formula one's spelt machines down the konishi the boulevard which hugs the red sea coast. And the saudis will certainly dredge deeply from the bottomless pit of money to rent the proceedings as sumptuous extravagant as possible. It might even be of crucial importance in the context of next season. The saudi arabian grand prix will be the second lost race of the year. So if two thousand and twenty one turns out not to be yet. Another procession led by lewis hamilton. The wheel of his mercedes come at the calendar man lewis. Hamilton starts an incredible qualifying. They could still be much to play playful when the teams arrive in jeddah. So that's the good news. Then there are the reasons why this edition to the formula. One calendar is the stuff of foreign desk explainers. It is hopefully not necessary to reemphasize the variety and severity of the ways in which the saudi regime is one of the world's most repressive. We do not have all day still less all month. It is suffice to say a regime which ethically inclined businesses would tend to regard from the foreign bargepole formula one does not appear overly troubled on this front in recent years alone. Races have been held in russia as a fan bahrain and china. None of whom would be within sight of the podium at any sort of grand prix of human rights. it is probably not outrageous to suggest that formula one's principal objections to holding a race meeting in north korea. Iran equatorial guinea or turkmenistan would be logistical rather than an ethical. So we know what formula one wants from this. What's more interesting is what saudi arabia is off to. Saudi arabia has some history of recognizing the immense soft power possibilities of formula one in the late nineteen seventies and early nineteen eighty s saudi state airline saudia sponsored the uk based williams team australian driver. Alan jones carried their logo to the one thousand nine hundred world championship. Tell checkered flag often goes allen jones. what a wonderful way to pay is nineteen eighteen world championship. Riyadh's re engagement with the sport is being pitched as part of the modernizing reformist agenda of ambitious saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman though it does not feel untoward lee churlish to note that nba if to whole saudi arabia into the mid nineteenth century have made some distinctly old school d to via for example conducting a ruinous rampage in neighboring yemen and dispatching hitmen to murder a vexatious journalist the un's extrajudicial executions investigator. Agnes calamar has just released a report at pains a- damning picture of saudi arabia's role in the murder of journalists jamal has all of which is tricky to square with formula one's commitment to respect for human rights which f. one has typed out on their website and everything it promises to it says he engage in meaningful consultation with relevant stakeholders in relation to any issues raised as a result of out due diligence. A sentence which could have been designed to lull readers to sleep inside four syllables. Human rights groups are already speaking of their hope that lewis hamilton who barring mishap will be defending his seventh world championship. Next season might get out in front of this. How has grown more politically outspoken. This year in particular among the slogans on the black lives matter t shirt he wore at this year's emilia romagna grand prix was women's rights are human rights. A repeat performance would give saudi broadcasters amusing connections. Saudi arabia is clearly keen on what has become known as sports washing the tactic beloved unpleasant regimes of staging sporting circuses. In the hope that they may distract from your moral infirmities and impressed with your economic progress in recent years. Saudi arabia has hosted international gulf tennis equestrian and other tournaments formula one one of the planet's most popular television spectacles. He's a massive step up.
"allen jones" Discussed on Capital Partners Private Wealth Advisers
"You know. So US papers are increasingly using photoshop and other things like to turn the front pages of the newspapers into the cartoons and they're doing that because they having to behave like social media because that's where the money is. The drive for attention is so competitive they having to go down market and further down market all the time. and. Yet you know full the people who? Will be driving the next generation of rage ship. And we'll be. Driving the next generation the next wave of social reform. Fact matter. Fact matter, and there are some TV shows and some TV channels that the. Even have have news in their in their name. And yet. So much of what one sees if they spend any time watching those channels is actually not news it's opinion. Yeah. So the one thing about opinion people say to me was his so much opinion in the media these days. And I said well look it's economics. It's a lot cheaper to put an opinion on the front page than it is to put a piece of careful considered well researched analysis and investigative journalism that takes a lot of time and a lot of money but it's much easier to have someone on the front page of the newspaper telling you what to think about something and they don't really care with a half the population heights that person half the population loves that person they WANNA reaction. That's what back in fact in many respects the more divisive. Debate. Based on what you've said earlier. Yeah. This explains that you know in in New South Wales we had Ellen John's Allen Jones the says the most outrageous things and he's got a core audience of people like him but he wasn't hide to be balanced and sensible and measured and rational he was paid to say things that. People would share on social media and say you want believe what Allen Jones just said now, and he is a link to his web cast while exactly you're doing his job for him. So that was that was entertainment then. There's no there's no pretense about that being used. That's entertainment and opinion run it is bad. He's he's often he's often presenting himself as news so he'll use. But not at all in, he'll get his research or wrong so. I got no problem with having people having an opinion, but it's going to be based on fact when they stunning making up. Thanks to base an opinion upon that's where I have a problem and that's where journalists have to step in and say, no, that's not right. These are the numbers and this is what we've got to base it on otherwise people basing their opinions on fallacies I. think that's what the issue is. Everyone has an opinion on the IDC an again I. I certainly don't want to make this political. But it but it certainly seems that the IDC plays a very important part in. Society when indeed We're probably lucky to have..
"allen jones" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In the Broncos and they're intriguing me day by day with their offense of talent and we know the defense of mine that Vic Fangio is and you still have Bradley Chubb you do have Justin Simmons in the back in the secondary and you got von Miller I'll take the Broncos I think there's just more talent on their team Rogers at Brady this is a tough one I'm going green by I think the pot so the better team I'm going Green Bay though this is one of those big time moments for Rogers chip on the shoulder last time you played Brady it was at Gillette stadium they lost the game you had a Allen Jones fumble which was costly this time around I think you get a lot of points Green Bay just finds a way with Rogers with the ball late last guy with the ball gets the job done and I just see it be it Rogers this time around rams at the forty Niners forty nine has continued to say read sizzling hot forty Niners get the victory their defense just abuses Jared Goff and Jimmy G. manages the game hands off the football the right way and they find a way to put up a number two you know some significant points on the LA rams and then finally cardinals at the cowboys a lot of fun here cliff Kingsbury going up against Mike McCarthy that going up against calamari you have Christian Kirk again you have the de Andre Hopkins and Larry fitzgerald going up against Gallup then and Amari Cooper and CeeDee lamb Ezekiel Elliott Kenyan Drake CalPERS just the better team they get the victory cowboys over the cardinals so your winners chiefs falcons lions bears giants Titans Bengals eagles Steelers Chargers Broncos Packers forty Niners and cowboys that is week six will come on back five burning questions.
"allen jones" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Driving along with the go no you let go no you don't maybe you'll be alright maybe so are your daily planner planters peanuts killing off their mascot Mister Pena okay so I wasn't okay with it at first but after hearing that amazing performance by Wesley snipes okay over the Willie Mays Hayes right they're delivering the moments I TKA dot our producer you were the one that seems like the most upset about his opinion not not being around anymore I am very upset by this I'm not okay with this I love Mr peanut but you know I have a theory I think he's gonna be reborn without the monocle Ole Ole are in this day and age of being woke Mrs Pena Mrs **** on without the month like the delay sick yeah wait for it this is my theory I get the tinfoil hat on what year is it hammer Nigel twenty twenty he's gonna have twenty twenty vision all TKA dumb going straight Allen Jones right there coming up next day two of impeachment it's riveting it's exciting and by that I mean it's awful we'll get you up to date with the things that you have to know Nigel and I are watching this so you don't have to we will fill you in on what you need to know plus some doctors they've got some messages for you about a number of things serious stuff we're gonna get to right after a look at the news would stand layer W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go they're spending your money to save.
"allen jones" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The other aren the start for the Packers receiver motion Rogers gets the shot the Jones from the it takes fifty six yard touchdown run from Allen Jones the icing on the cake for Green Bay Kevin Harlan that call on Westwood One the Packers on the road beat the Vikings twenty three to ten to clinch their first NFC north title since twenty sixteen Jones had a pair of rushing touchdowns went for a hundred and fifty four yards on the ground in the game Kirk cousins a twenty one yard touchdown pass to define digs the only TV of the game for the Vikings as cousins falls to only nine in his career on Monday Night Football elsewhere beast mode is back in Seattle Marshawn Lynch has officially signed his deal to return to the Seahawks Lynch is expected to suit up for the NFC west showdown with the forty Niners on Sunday night reports say the Panthers have interviewed former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy for their head coaching vacancy with the top seed in the AFC locked up Lamar Jackson and mark Ingram among others will sit next week when Baltimore takes on the Steelers duck Hodges is set to start that game for Pittsburgh Mason rude offset to be rolled out with a shoulder injury college football UCF wins the Gasparilla bowl they taught martial forty eight twenty five NBA forty points for lamarcus Aldridge lifts the spurs by the Grizzlies one forty five to one fifteen in overtime Pacers beat the raptor one twenty to one fifteen Tobias Harris thirty five points to lift the Sixers by the pistons one twenty five to one oh nine Ben Simmons a triple double in the wind for Philly magic over the bulls one oh three ninety five cavs net the hawks one twenty one one eighteen wizards beat the next one twenty one to one fifteen the heat down the jazz one oh seven one oh four Jamal Murray the game winning jumper with three seconds left not gets over the Suns one thirteen one eleven pelicans up and the Blazers one oh two ninety four rockets top the kings one thirteen one oh four warriors over the temple worlds also one thirteen one L. four reports say the Cavaliers are trading Jordan Clarkson to the jazz for Dante Exum in a couple of second round picks college hoops number a eighteen Dayton beats Grambling eighty one to fifty three number twenty one Washington over how why you seventy two sixty one I'm Kevin dexter this is Jim Rome and we are.
"allen jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sports way the night football just under way in Minneapolis the Packers and the Vikings in the battle for the NFC north Green Bay can lock it up with a win tonight Minnesota needs to win and then some help next week there about midway through the opening quarter and the Vikings out to an early three nothing lead Allen Jones fumbled on the first Packard drive of the game Minnesota took over in the red zone but they had to settle for a Dan Bailey field goal Green Bay with just a punter moments ago a moment ago so Minnesota about to get the football back again about midway through the first quarter elsewhere with Chris Carson done for the season Marshawn Lynch may be returning to Seattle he was there for a visit today and Pete Carroll said they will likely sign their former running back the Panthers have reportedly interviewed former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy for their vacant opening Mason road off one play for the Steelers next week as they try to lock up a playoff spot Rudolph has been ruled out with a shoulder injury doc Hodges instead will start against the ravens and I'll take on Robert Griffin the thirty in that game Lamar Jackson will sit out for Baltimore after they have already locked up the A. F. C.'s top seed college football the Gasparilla ball goes to U. C. F. they beat Marshall forty eight to twenty five on the NBA scoreboard third quarter wizards lead the next seventy seven seventy two hawks on top of the cavs eighty one eighty six certainly the piston seventy five seventy two magic in from the bowl seventy two sixty nine Pacers leave them raw raptor sixty six to sixty three second quarter heat on top of the jazz fifty one forty six in the first is the spurs all over the Grizzlies forty four twenty five and reports say the Cavaliers are trading Jordan Clarkson to the jazz for Dante Exum and a.
"allen jones" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Of the day what you have over there Christopher yeah the most surprising headline from Monday after the busy sports weekend Oklahoma loses the Kansas state forty seven percent Stonestreet was so fired up I bet that is she's go down last night you will involve the home of the chiefs and I felt really good about it too certainly when they were up seventeen fourteen in Rogers is beginning to get a little bit seventeen on adults I know seventeen unanswered but the minute Allen Jones ran away from this who ran away from the chiefs defense after the chief defense was put right back on the field because well Sean McCoy a loaf of bread loaf of bread it you know I read the room any reads like okay force in for four minutes to go let's punt from my own forty yard line I was surprised at that I'm like what are you doing for some for the Kansas city forty forty three actually and just the way the wind is gonna be one play call in there he thinks gonna work from three yards out and Matt Moore played very well I he did what about your here soon of my home's gonna get the start for this week you think so I think so I take enjoy Monday Night Football everybody enjoy that everybody will talk about it tomorrow also on tomorrow's show Mike Posener will be here complete that walk across America everybody's talking about that's on Tuesdays additions shows either we're all one big happy family here.
"allen jones" Discussed on Welcome to Day One
"Short one. I want to ask Alan what he thinks. The biggest challenge the Australian stop saying faces moving forward I think The main challenges macroeconomic For for many other nations out there that have understood that The world's economies turning into technology economy The resources will always be important and agricultural always be important and services and banking and telecommunications all of those industries going away anytime soon but most of the future potential economic growth is definitely in the technology industry and more and more in the software that runs all the things we know so the great advances were made in the last decade The hardware the phones causing us the things that's become much more powerful and capable of minimal things and foster spades but the huge advantage has been in our ability to make those devices to more things better through software because software does need to be unplugged and and you know replace with something else that comes from another part of the world and stuck back into that machine on so an electric vehicle was really smart for him. You know we can ship out an update to that. Make it much much better so Australia has always been an export-focused comey arm. And we have export exported primarily agricultural resources and services. Industries will continue if we want to participate in most of the economic value of the next one hundred years has kind of come from. Excuse me being a will later in developing the software the Palace. The highway one challenge for us is a nation is that We used to people working groups and those groups of people working together in the same room. I made startup founders. All the time home learning lots of habit really valuable lessons on how to work with distributed team of until Slack Zoo Jira and base camp. All of these tools are helping us Actually would together as a team remotely but the communication processes and the way we agree on how to move forward and and the way we recall what we've done so we don't make the same mistakes again. All of that changes dramatically. Who working in a remote team. We're a tiny tiny nation of twenty something million people And so there's a tremendous future potential for us if if if we can strike the right balance between waiting together in the same physical space some of the Times that we can network and get to know each other as real people but then in the rest of the time becoming the world's best working remotely and as powerful Montaigne because although most of our population is up and down the eastern seaboard of Australia. It's still a tremendously large eastern seaboard drive from seeing a cough SABA. Which isn't even halfway custody. South Wales a couple of weeks ago to come at the textile community there. And that's that would send drive. We'll take you halfway across Europe. Go through three or four countries so I this is our opportunity to be in a zero cost industry. We can ship software and have it. In every global market in local currency local language of the click button gets pushed out to an APP store and get approved. Them being there is so we have an opportunity to still putting live sheep on on ship so having opportunity still putting on an orange ships call ships and wedding for it to get to market on eleven weeks time and we can actually be participating in that global software economy. The foster we invest in Skilling up our workforce training young people to to have the skills to do that and as founders recognizing that we have a responsibility to shareholders into our team to stop using remote working as a as a stopgap measure or work around for now but to start thinking of it as a competitive advantage. We have no choice but to get great at it but then once with corporate leaders that thanks for listening to this show tweet episode of welcome today one featuring Allen Jones. If you'd like to support the show you can do that. By writing interviewing the podcast by going to write die one DOT com. And thank you for giving these episode of welcome today. One your attention. This episode was created by me Adam. Spencer interview conducted by me. Adam spent and a big thank you to Allen Jones for taking the time to be involved music by Lee.
"allen jones" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Have convinced now, YouTube vox says to D monetize him. And so that's why I want to get him on. The move which will result in the removal of all videos, promoting, Nazism and other discriminatory discriminatory audiology. We'll have all the socialists there. They're the Nazis. How ironic is this? They want anything referring to Nazis gone, and they're the nuts as. You'll Vel removes this content of you. We'll do it now. The openness of YouTube platform, has helped creativity and excess information thrive. The company said in a blog post, it's our responsibility to protect that and prevent our platform from being used to incite hatred harassment discrimination, and violence changes a announced today attempt to improve its content moderation in three ways. First the ban on supremacists will remove Nazis and other extremists who advocates segregation or exclusion based on age gender race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Veteran status what the what the heck is that. Veterans. In addition to those categories YouTube is adding casts, which has significant implications in India. And well, documented violent events, such as the sandy hook elementary school shooting in nine eleven uses are no longer allowed to post videos, saying those events didn't happen. I mean, this is just this is this is like Nazi Germany. There. There's supposedly cracking down on the Nazis early as do I believe nine eleven happened, of course, it happened. Do I believe the Bush was behind it? No, no. I believe the sandy hook happened. Absolutely it happened. But there are people who for some reason to believe that it didn't. And they're entitled to their opinions. And if you don't want to be exposed to that. Don't watch their flip videos. Second. Youtube said it would expand efforts announced in January to reduce the spread of what it calls borderline content and harmful misinformation. The violently which applies the videos that flirt with violating the community guidelines but ultimately fall short aims to limit. The promotion of those videos through recommendations. Youtube said the policy, which affects videos, including flatter Thor's and peddlers of phony miracle cure, so there are people out there who believe that the earth is flat. And I think that they're crazy, but they have a right to have that opinion. They have a right to be heard you. Let me tell you where this is going now climate deniers. Climate deniers. We'll be banned. Climate denies. We'll be banned from YouTube. You can't put up anything that denies climate the climate change. Bovines scatology. Oh. By the way, g all we got several stories on that you hear this, so the all seats they pay Al Gore three hundred twenty thousand dollars to conduct climate training and it snows. The gore effect. What are we told you always happen? Always happens. Alcee Allen Jones. Says taxpayers before count more than three hundred twenty thousand dollars for the climate week conference where former US Vice President, Al gore, will communicate the urgency of the climate crisis. It is not believable says Allen Jones that the Queensland government can be so awash with money as bring this hypocrite, Al Gore, Australia for a conference. When so many important instruments of government are unfair underfunded when farmers can't feed their cattle in Queensland and three hundred twenty thousand dollars goes to waste on this shock. I'm not sure to Sean his shirt. Some Australian thing that probably isn't nice. And I probably just cursed and don't know it. Ask your son. That's right. Douglas. What a shank is so well that's you daddy. But your mother? Yeah. Mother shonka. Al Gore's in Australia to train a thousand useful idiots. This is from Joe Nova. On science Neolithic reasoning in witchcraft. The man with no climate science expertise in huge vested interest is being paid by taxpayers to train people to chant consensus and pretended wind and solar can stop storms and hold back the tide. These obedient fools helped destroy any conversation about science by reciting, anti-science, bumper stickers. Like the scientists settled gravity is real, and tobacco tobacco tobacco because, hey, the tobacco industry funded merchants of doubt and they were wrong. So therefore, ergo, prompter up Chuck all government. Scientists are right on everything all of the time and you're an idiot denier repeat after me, there were no storms. In seventeen o three droughts didn't exist. It wasn't hotter. Colder deadly, or more extreme for most of.
"allen jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"When we went to break, we were talking about a podcast of Geoffrey, Cox, former attorney general of the United Kingdom talking about Brexit. Where is that again, Dr Arnn? Well, first of all you have to know that Allen Jones turns out to be named Nick, Robin. Allan Jones's and how the guy and it's the BBC website. It's that website is BBC dot co dot UK slash programs. And they don't know how to programs it's PR. ES and you'll find the schedule there or you can do a search for just for Geoffrey Cox. Knicks robinson. All right. So in this. We'll go back to that in the next break. But in the last break, you mentioned that the EU has leaned on a sensitive nerve, which is Ireland for the UK. Explain that for people would you in the Irish question for minutes or less, please that'll be hard. So they hit history between Britain, an Ireland those back, very long way, and is turgid and difficult and full of crimes and misdemeanors. Many by the British the person who go shaded home rule for Ireland became an independent Republic. With Winston Churchill is father having prevented it that was in nineteen twenty one. I think so I learned Ireland has been an independent country all that time, and it's heavily Catholic country and Northern Ireland however remained with Britain, the formal name of Great Britain is United Kingdom of northern Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Great Britain means England Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland northern Protestant. And there has been violence between the Catholics of the south and the pro in the south is much larger than Northern Ireland, by the way, the Catholics of the south end the Protestants of the north forever. And that's been better in recent years, but it's a Good Friday agreement, but there they don't want. Well, Northern Ireland does not want to join Catholic southern island. And it's it's, you know, the Catholic Protestant stuff has moderated. But there's you know, and it's you know, the IRA heavily influenced by Marxism the Irish Republican Army was heavily influenced by Marxism for a long time. And so those troubles. They're called they referred to as the troubles and Belfast capital of Northern Ireland is the scene of many of the troubles. And so the point is what what what's Britain gonna do about that. And they're you know, they're stuck with it because it's an old commitment. I mean centuries old commitment to Northern Ireland, and they insisted on keeping that commitment in the agreements that produced the independ-. Irish republic. And so they don't feel they can go back on it now. Well, this thing would would diminish their options, and they regard this matter is concerning the security of their citizens. And so if the DUP bolts, and Theresa May loses a vote of confidence does she have to resign. Even though the committee of nineteen twenty two which is the Tory management committee, though, they have turned back. One attempt thereby allegedly securing our immunity from the second attempt for year, if the DEA people's and she lose the vote of confidence does she have to exit ten downing. Well, this situation is so weird did meet the favorite thing. I understand all this. And I replied, nobody does the situation is so confused. I the answer is normally, of course, she would have to resign because she would vote of no confidence would prove that she cannot legislate and the parliament is therefore nullified. Therefore, you need an election to get a new one. But it's possible. I I can imagine circumstances. I've learned to imagine different circumstances than I ever imagined before through all of this. I can't imagine circumstances where she could lose a vote of no confidence in hang on for a period of time. Not a long period of time..
"allen jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"When we went to break, we were talking about a podcast of Geoffrey, Cox, former attorney general of the United Kingdom talking about Brexit. Where is that again, Dr Arnn? Well, first of all you have to know that Allen Jones turns out to be named Nick, Robin. Allan johnson. How the guy and it's the BBC website. It's that website is BBC dot co dot UK slash programs. And they don't know how to spell programs. It's PR. ES and you'll find the schedule there or you can do a search for just for Geoffrey Cox. Knicks robinson. All right. And so in this. We'll go back to that in the next break. But in the last break, you mentioned that the EU has leaned on a sensitive nerve, which is Ireland for the UK. Explain that for people would you in the Irish question for minutes or less, please that'll be hard. So they hit history between Britain Ireland goes back, a very long way, and is turgid and difficult and full of crimes and misdemeanors. Many by the British the person who go shaded home rule for airland became an independent Republic. Was Winston Churchill is father having prevented it that was in nineteen twenty one. I think so I learned Ireland has been an independent country all that time, and it's heavily Catholic country and Northern Ireland however remained with Britain, the formal name of Great Britain is United Kingdom of northern Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Great Britain means England Scotland and Wales and northern Ireland Northern Ireland Protestant, and there has been violence between the Catholics of the south and the pro in the south is much larger than Northern Ireland, by the way, the Catholics of the south end the Protestants of the north forever. And that's been better in recent years, but Good Friday agreement. But there they they don't want. Well, Northern Ireland does not want to join Catholic southern island. And it's it's, you know, the Catholic Protestant stuff has moderated. But there's you know, deonte, that's you know, the IRA heavily influenced by Marxism the Irish Republican Army was heavily influenced by Marxism for a long time. And so those troubles. They're called they referred to as the troubles in Belfast capital of Northern Ireland is the scene of many of the troubles. And so the point is what what what's Britain gonna do about that. And they're you know, they're stuck with it because it's an old commitment. I mean centuries old commitment to Northern Ireland and they insisted on keeping that commitment in the agreements that produced the independent Irish Republic. And so they don't feel like they can go back on it. Now. Well, this thing would would diminish their options, and they regard this matter is concerning the security of their citizens. And so if the DUP bolts, and Theresa May loses a vote of confidence does she have to resign. Even though the committee of nineteen twenty two which is the Tory management committee, though, they turned back. One attempt thereby allegedly securing our immunity from the second attempt for year, if the DEA people, and she lose the vote of confidence does she have to exit ten downing. Well, this situation is so weird. Did the favorite thing? I understand all this. And I replied, nobody does the situation is so confused. I the answer is normally, of course, she would have to resign because she it would vote of no confidence would prove that she cannot legislate and the parliament is therefore nullified, and therefore you need an election to get a new one. But it's possible. I I can imagine. Circumstances. I've learned to imagine different circumstances than I ever imagined before through all of this. I can't imagine circumstances where she could lose a vote of no confidence in hang on for a period of time. Not a long period of time. I wouldn't.
"allen jones" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"She's going to have a tough time on a show like ripples drag race where she has a script that it's itself is full of punts. And my as king of puns. You know, that people don't always get the joke is clearly she was not getting the jokes. So I- empathize with her on that point. But it's not like it's unexpected. When you come onto the show. So I'm trying to again with on like the fact that she couldn't pronounce opulence, whatever that would have been funny if you would have been able to give me something beyond that. But it just added to the absurdity of it all. I just wanna say real quick on that note. It's almost like a Cynthia Fontaine. Right. I mean, obviously English is her second language and can't pronounce and get all those jokes. But because she has the charisma to sell it it worked. And I think that that's kind of what was missing it's very like Yara Sofia. We're like they're able to really almost steer into the curve when it comes to that type of stuff. I mean Vangelis sort of doing that even though English her first language, so like, I'm I'm hopeful that this will talk about the lipstick player. But I'm hopeful this lights of fire under Mercedes because she is I mean, I think hopefully ru telling her that she is beautiful will help as well. I think she also revealed that there might be some underlying issues with the fact that not even the fact that she did have a health minutes happen the path. But how that internally makes you feel especially when you're comparing yourself to other. So hopefully, these motivating words from rue in both what she told her there and her lip synching for her life and surviving is wanting to do well for her because I really do like her overall. I I just wanted to pick up the energy that Allen Jones total and she was stunning into lifting. By the way. So we'll get. Yeah. Well, let's talk about her lip sync partner. Here's a bit of a hot take. I did not have a problem with trees and the challenge. I thought she was in the challenge. I thought she was fine in the challenge. She was okay. I think she was trying to save. What was already something terrible happening with with Mercedes? So I I guess I can go with you on that. But I cannot forgive this runway. What is that on top of her head? What is that supposed to be a wig is that is that a wig? And then are those are those horns supposed to be proportional? And if they're supposed to be oversized, and what's the joke? This looks like a dress and a something that she's worn before that she stopped some warns on and it looks badly done everything about it looks cheap. I can't stand the make up. She looks like a man I agree with them when they said it looked like a chest hair on her. It looks to me. I don't know if she can decide what she wants to do with her life or what she wants to be. I guess you can say well Brennan who are you to judge. Well, she's trying to give me feminine drag. And I'm getting nothing. But boy, that's all I get from her and not only that. But look at what you did in the lip sing like she's just tumbling gymnasts on she's not giving anything Draghi whatsoever. In fact, I don't think I've got drag from her at any point. And then each time on the show. Okay. Tell me I'm being too hard. No. No. So I actually though I do agree with the comment about in the challenge..
"allen jones" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Fascinating. That's really interesting to hear all of that. And to hear how poor Waylon Jennings. I mean, that's just the flip remark. Yeah. You can't blame him for that. He was only nineteen at the time. I have to credit Steven Allen Jones publishes, February third twenty fourteen on YouTube. I want to double check something here. The title is just a story of what happened is told by Waylon Jennings. I wanna make sure I give proper credit, and there is nothing else on here except that it has the Waylon Jennings logo on it. So he published it you mean. Well, maybe baby. He's his people added it produced it, that's interesting. So I don't know Waylon Jennings. Real well, I know the name certainly, but I don't know what music I know of his, but and I had no idea he was part of this until just now, and I believe in the movie, they portray things very differently. Oh, yeah. Which is fine, whatever. But. I wanna say so the Johnny cash movie walk the line. Did you ever see that? Yeah. Longtime. I want to say when he is in trouble at home or out on kicked out of his own house or kicked out of the house. He's living in with June Carter cash, I can't remember he stays with Waylon Jennings. Oh, no, really. I think so maybe I'm wrong about that. But I swear Waylon Jennings. Name is in that too. Interesting life, you lead barium and Waylon Jennings is still alive. Right. I wou I don't know that venture to you're looking that up Wayne in McHenry county, or no let's jump to Ray. And then we'll jump back to Wayne. Let's stay in buddy. Holly have for just a minute. Ray? You're on seven twenty WGN. Good morning. Matt. Thank you you. And Roger do a great job. Appreciate that. I didn't start listening till thirty minutes ago. And you you twice it said the movie are you talking about the buddy Holly story, I would be referring to. Oh, okay. I've been a huge Waylon fan. I once went out of my way to quote clearly to visit and here just a couple of things in terms of Wayland. He grew up in little shield, Texas, which is just outside Lubbock. Okay. And by age sixteen he was doing an afternoon show on a small radio station in Lubbock. That's where he met buddy. Holly. They went across the state line to record at Norman petty studios and close to Mexico. They became very close friends, buddy. Holly, hit nationally with the crickets, which was a separate set of fellas. Right. He needed to do this tour for money. He put together Tommy also, I can't think of the drummer's name, and he said William and you're going to play bass and Wayland said I've never played bass before he said, I'll teach you. Yeah. You know, I don't know if you get to hear, but Roger was just playing a bit from a documentary and said through this thing that you got two weeks to learn and he said, I didn't learn just memorize the song play. Yes. Anyway, they met in New York because they're management group was like GMAC. I don't know it not the car credit agency. But those are the initials tour started it was all mid western Centric. I think they played the air again a week before the plane crash on the Monday and question they got into clearly. Like that they had been thrown in because they had an open data on the tour and a booking agency was trying to fill every single date and a twenty one day span they got into clear lake at approximately five o'clock in the afternoon to do an eight o'clock concert that serves ball buddy, Holly asked if there was an open laundromat and Maryanne Carroll was an older fella was manager of the surf ballroom. You said t's nothing in this town in any said, you know, what can you find me an airplane to get us to Fargo 'cause I'd like to get there early to my laundry and do the show and Fargo the next night. He called the Mason city airport, which was a Dacian to like they paid a total of one hundred and five dollars for the charter divided by three. And as you guys just presented be regional three on the flight. Tommy, also, Waylon and buddy, Holly. And and also flip the coin with Ritchie Valens lost cheapie Richardson. And asked Waylon could I have your your seat? I feel like. And we said, yes, it's cetera. The tour bus didn't get to Fargo four the next afternoon or whatever. And he's you guys just presented at the hotel. They heard about the crash the promoters of the concert and Fargo had to scramble to find an opening act and despite the shock and grief of the turing group. They said you guys gotta go on they enlisted a young high school band from cargo that was fronted by Bobby Vee. And this was his first light touch of a national acted cetera. He got signed to a recording contract in my final addendum to this. This ramble. He then became Minneapolis based and his backup. Keyboard player for a very brief period was Bob Dylan. That's wild. I can't believe that they get the Fargo. Find out what happened and then the promoters to find somebody else to go on you guys are still performing. This isn't Whelan's his autobiography, which is available audio on YouTube YouTube Wayland autobiography one final note, you mentioned what the line and Waylon and Johnny Waylon Jennings. Eventually relocated to Phoenix where he did a six night a week gig at like a dance club. And he did a lot of covers he tried incorporating his original, but his originals were next to nothing at the time. Bobby bare saw him recommended him to Chet Atkins in Nashville. So Wayland went to Nashville. Johnny cash was in a wretched period of his life, like with pep, pills, etc. They did get an apartment together for a while. So they were always very very tight and in the movie walk the line, the Waylon Jennings character, and you guys may recall. It was a brief scene in the apartment was played by shooter Jennings. Who is the son of Waylon Jessi Colter? So that's great stuff. Thank you so much. You're checking in Ray. I really appreciate it. We got gotta let you go. We've gotta get to news here in a few minutes, Waylon Jennings. Are you said you weren't really familiar, right? Get outta here. Go all sort of my favorite songs. No harm. You never saw thousands today. They was this is about and that he was married to Jesse culture. That sounds familiar..