17 Burst results for "Alman"
"alman" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports
"So Ferrari got 16 points on the day Charlotte Claire got a 15 points. We got third place Sebastian Vettel one point. He got 10th Place McLaren got 10 points on the day not because of Carlos Sainz who had to had two tires at the end Landon or has got 5th place that's ten points four McLaren. And so after the race number for a formula won the constructors kept standing sound like this you have Mercedes that number one. They have hundred and forty six points. They are dominant found them Red Bulls number to have 78 points. Then you have McLaren with 51 points there and third-place Ferrari is in fourth place with 43 points and racing point. Has 42 points in fifth place now the battle for third place and form of the one is going to be really really interesting down the stretch and I'm really curious also, it's Red Bull going to screw up somehow off if Max verstappen has retirement or something goes wrong. They could actually end up losing their second place spot. There's no guarantee yet that Red Bulls going to finish second behind Mercedes a lot of stuff to follow. It's going to be very interesting. Now, one of my favorite moments from race number for was during a yellow flag. You everybody's driving they're following the safety car and Ferrari tell shower LeClaire. They're like, hey, man, you gotta do work on the tires, you know, gotta warm up the tires off there goes I'm trying the safety car is going to slow. And the reality was that the safety car was going a hundred and thirty-seven miles an hour and for you British people that means that the car was going 220 kilometers miles kilometers off an hour. I said almost a kilometer miles outside of thing. So for a normal human being 137 miles an hour 220 kilometers an hour that's really fast. And I mean the Mercedes car was going full-tilt around that track. And it's so interesting to me that 137 miles an hour. Which for me like I'd be that's blazing fast. If I'm driving that car for a guy like Charles LeClaire driving an F1 car. That's still took a slow to even get work done on his tires. Like oh my goodness. It really shows. I love that moment because it shows the gap between an F1 car and a normal car. It's just a gigantic disparity between f one drivers and everybody else. And now the final thing I want to talk about after this race is that we're four races in and Alex album is Man, I know he had a he had a really interesting day in the fourth weekend of Formula One, you know, he had a five-second penalty for a Kevin magnussen wreck which he got blamed before basically you started 12 place to really struggled in qualifying and it was an ugly race that in the end. I will give Alex Alman credit. He managed to salvage. He got he four points for a place and so Alex album is really in a tough place for me where I go. I don't he's not doing well enough in my opinion not you know part of why Red Bull isn't closer to Mercedes because Alex a law and has not appeared to be pulling enough of his weight, you know, he's six in the standings with only 26 points on the year. And it feels like Max verstappen driving Red Bull needs more help. But I'm also not ready to give up on Alex album quite yet. I mean, he's made some there was a moment early in the year where he made a move to pass Lewis Hamilton and it was Hamilton was a little bit cheeky and a little bit wrong when he kind of tossed off the track him in and spin out but I.
"alman" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Flat track racing motorcycle racing these spectacular in any fall flat track racing has a few unique element the closeness of pretentious three other going into the colonist and it's almost like formation except over one hundred miles. An hour and noise is offset against the pointy. You know the Gray Soviet. It's very unique sport and I think we did find during this project the last four years the we just had to get back come and on the action to people who would not come to it. We have to that would force with doors Russia. And it's been it's really been the vehicle that we use to gain. The successfully pace of it is why it's so attractive to younger generations. Now it's a good question. And you hear Helsinki benefit. But you and I both know that business. Nothing thing like being standing intern one after maybe times coming down with a finish line. That's anything thirty miles an hour and then growing the Bicakcic sidelights and controlling them through the corners on awful and get you know sport like Boston periods. But at the same time very grateful because if they don't have a light hand they're in trouble so Skill taxes versus the kind of brute strength. I think he's a unique combination. I don't think there's anything else like I'm confidence. As you put in front of people in a format that they familiar with and could consume you create loyal pets model that we'll today some salsa true and of course it's one of those sports that once you see it you either you love it and you're hooked on it and you're hooked on it for live and worse there's nothing like riding a motorcycle very freedom uplifting experience as well so if you're at a street by and then you turn around and go see these racers on their bikes. It just kind of gives you that connection that maybe you had back years ago when stockcar racing was truly the stock cars that they took off the showroom floor and rebuilt. That's a really good point. You'd look at flat track racing and you look at the motorcycles. The silhouette just like a six year old kid withdraw on cycle and Obama's gas tank. Big Front wheel big rear-wheel flat see flat. Track is not From the future. It's a real another cycle up. Mechanical Cycle people can relate to. And you're right whether you're st bride or right You can relate to track crosses that divide no question if I look it out. I flew right big fooled rex. Tourism travel five hundred miles to come through right. We have four or five guys with motocross. Guy Encrypted Nashville so I think we we crossed all the you know the whole spectrum of that's true in fact when I was watching the motocross from Daytona I noticed that China and some of the other flat track racers were there in being interviewed. On that telecast that night that's right yeah we try to use our free patches as a focal point the getting attention on the school because they actually are very interesting. You know they. They've learned to do this for any of when they could. I stand up but say on nought removed Not the kind of professional athletes who removed from real people. You know they want have consequences of a sport but hasn't generated a lot of prophets in the last twenty years. Here's the people. Don't get into it for the money they get into it. And that's really reflected in the current generation of writers we'd gone grabbed almond through the twins champ. The end chain Tex. Who's the most successful of in the history of the singles cloth great ambassadors but? They offer dozen more active. I could choose to particular about four and action a- and not stuck up not removed that just real people very very true and they've always got time for you and they're rock their for their autographs and the photos in you. You're talking about China. And then her fiance and then of course her brother. Corey who's in the Production twins class. You've got the super twins production twins and the single. What was both what was behind creating the production twins class? When you just used to have the super in the single shoeing over in my head. I'm full a couple of years since joining the sport questions that kept coming up from competitors and some journalists and from manufacturers that we could have an on support and we can all think about it and the two major question with two challenges we hope first one was the full single payer single with a race. Four hundred fifty production place on the classifieds. Look very much when you think you find in a showroom. The jump between Writing those accidentally to writing between each quite substantial more so many many of the sports a half step pumping cloth the white fifty four on the big fight. The most powerful moment apple dynamics of writing and connected to for the tricky so we won't you a realistic Often young writers in the singles club to be able to learn that cross in twins. But without having to compete can bribe Alman Javanese Bryant Smith through these a super professional veterans every week so it in one respect it served as a scripting stuff between the singles and between but at the same time we had another challenge. Second Challenge was the with the a renewed interest in flat track over the last few years manufacturers and professional teams have gotten involved with four in a number of math Athenian society. It I mean give you an example Harley Davidson. The three pack three writers Indian Three Factory riders and then some Group supported riders Yamaha. Three to forty three live and suddenly there was a pro-life of the sport. That not only razors for the actually those the heartland and you will have seen in the last three years. The technology in the performance envelope with the motorcycle twin. That's gone from bikes in the garage. by dad into flex still in a factory with teams of engineers have risen tremendously on the performance. Insulated Sleep. I've never less chances if they win. And everyone wants to be a winner. Everyone has to three. They can get on the podium. We were finding the didn't have a team with all those technicians. Amac factory support behind you. And you weren't writing a morton professional bike the you'll chances of even making the main event little getting close podium looking slimmer a weakened WANNA lose all those lights and all those writers who a professional diversity of all the different manufacturers so we felt we could kill two birds one by creating the production twins were giving people who were struggling in the AFC twenties class off the touristy still to rights and be contested also chance often coming right to learn that cross the picket bike in a more controlled environment and that would be idea. We could was work because you have to do. But actually the inaugural season for quit up to with the speaks and you know I running considering where we office here. But the interest and introduced for production twins the twenty twenty feet way beyond expectations. We super second ballot. Well that's really great. And so basically. The production twins class was a growth out of the so many manufacturers coming into the sport correct. I see so when you say it was growth. How many bikes were you looking at? For the production twins class feels well last year. I think we had a somewhere between sixteen twain. Early Twenty people treat around this year. It was it was year. It was GONNA be a over twenty every rounds and maybe even higher circuit Brown fully-fledged chilly rich cloth with reluctant. And get help you know the we have allowed of writers who are in the singles championship to Olso ride up production twins at the weekend if they chose so they could ride into clubs. So it's not like it's double the number rises enough actors off track very interesting in how to the number of entries for the production. Twins compare to the super twins and the single classes. Okay well the super twinsies I limiting clock. You'd have to into the whole season. This first year of Super Twin. We looked at the entrance. We have in the twin bluffs cheer which was essentially A. We saw that we had a little seventeen and create that. I'm an output to ninety twenty. I also see the when we looked at the time because the union and how regularly the contentious came there in mind versus writers. The bigger events like Springfield doing a limited number of races every year. We didn't see them some nine months a year and we would see.
"alman" Discussed on The Eleventh
"It's easy to see why people find this story. Compelling they look a foreign government with a track record of political interventions around the world and they pay maybe they intervened in our politics two and as far as spy thrillers go it really does have all the right ingredients the CIA spies high stakes involving secret defense installations and the US Australia alliance but like all the best conspiracy theories. It also has a title lack of conclusive evidence. The best we've got is the word again. And the phrase Alman Kerr and on top of that the guy at the center of. It'll Gough Whitlam. Well he doesn't buy it Ray. Martin asked him about it and I said look in on it. Believe in conspiracies put all pulled together in this and he said modern think they did it he said I don't think without guilty removed. They didn't even say well the jury's out let's see what history brings in terms of it but he said he didn't think that he'd been a victim of conspiracy sow right mountains reporting was instrumental in revealing the depth of US government and CIA suspicion of Gough Whitlam and Rye Love Good Young. He's devoted his life and his career to finding them getting people to share them and then telling them to huge public audiences but even he admits the final piece of evidence is just not. Yeah and if after nearly forty five years now unfounded yet then maybe it just doesn't exist. We don't have any proof we've got all these strains at indicate with her be angleton whether it be boys whether it be Nixon Kissinger et Cetera. We have the spiking out. All we have a strays and and it remains a wonderful novel. It reminds a fantastic feature film. And maybe that fantastic feature film is obscuring another more important story. I mean what happened with the dismissal was an Australian failure. This is something. We got wrong. Journalist Paul Kelly says that theory of Foreign. Intervention is a baseless distraction from. What's actually a problem of our making? This is something we stuffed up in terms of alleys air institutions. This is Aaron failing and the effort to try and palm it off to the Americans I on this was an American conspiracy Is it somehow pathetic? We've got to face up to our own deficiencies in our own failures..
"alman" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Bank as a diver house was very familiar with coach. Titans Bank told Kirkwood he'd caught thirty five pound lobsters there and many many abalone. He said the sea life was so frenzied that the water above appeared to boil. That's good for land. That's where you definitely get land on their. You WanNA put Landon it. When a trailing Oh fuck yeah it's like Pasta Pasta so Kirkwood told him about the plan to turn cortes into a man made island and and what does he say he said that's fucking nuts but Kirkwood went on and he said he had financial backers one who owned a rock quarry and it was pretty far along in the planning stages he just signed agreement with the Los Angeles Sanitation to barge three thousand tons of garbage a day to use landfill. Sorry just how most islands are formed wait. That's how Hawaii happened. Well we do have we do in the ocean have a trash multiple trash size islands but we have one that is like yeah yeah great ready to go ready for pink and stuff. I know our bucks and other things that we can just take plastic and then throw it and you throw it on your own island yeah and then all you're doing is making a bigger Ryland. That's great. That's great fucking dream so Kirkwood needed a partner who had a unique set of skills. The house was underwater demolition expert diver so how'd listen and thought Kirkwood was quote nuts but then he started to think it over this is where I knew. I knew there was this but where he was like isn't that crazy fire fest start. We'll set fire fest the island fire island bizarre well bad news fire island where he said how it said he did not believe in the impossible believe even that but keep going that is not. I understand then jump out of a plane without a parachute right pretty soon. He was on board all he had to do. He was to convince his wife was to take out a second mortgage on the house to build an island on bubbling seawater. That's right. It's only bubbling because there's critters down there. Once you kill the critters no bubbling. Oh that'll be a good phase. He met the guys involved. Tony Alman who is the son of an ex Mexican President Robert Lynch the President of a savings and loan and Bruce McMahon the air to a chain of furniture stores owner of a bunch of Baloney boats as well as the rock rock quarry so he's really got quite the capitalist crew coming with them. So here's the plan I can't wait dumping rocks from the Corey on top Bishop Rock and then sink a rock fill barge on top of that at that point they could plant the flag of Loom Maria and it will become its own country. I'm sorry I think I expected a lot more steps to the plan. I don't think I expected the third step to beat them. We had the flag ceremony. Obviously I'll be day to day three Max so once he plans to just really Mushin. We're going to put what's up on top of it without much. Just build up right but by kind of bushing rocks onto the guest much but it's okay yeah. I didn't know that was a tactical. Yeah Yeah Yeah. You're an engineer. I work in mainly mush stuff but I will say that I do have a doctorate in rushing after they did that would make us circle using the boulders and then fill in the middle shirt garbage from Los Angeles sure okay great so great so this is really great. This is great this. This is really good. This is just going to build a big mound of shit in the Ocean Ed's right. Okay Great Yeah really good how how it came up with something that seems simpler going home pretending they'd never met no. He said they should buy a big old ship and sink it on a level area of the Sea Island. What is the plan and then immediately surrounded with rocks. The a four year old would plan this but if they sink the ship the the bank is so low that the ship is going to stick out of the water. I understand and they put rocks around it. That's not a highly not the country you've crashed around this country whereas the flag and you pack it in and then you put a flag up and then you have an island and you can call it whatever you want as well. We'll call it well. When you bring in the lemurs yeah cool so is anybody here's the thing and then as soon as that ship was it's settled then they would immediately have a place for their seafood factory when win credence are cranking out fish lobsters and abalone and stuff did they is there? Nobody in the group of them like hey guys what what. What are we talking about. It's crazy. You know it's cool. There's no there's not no. They're just like an Improv team. USA ending each other yes yes and then we'll plant the flag yes and then the rocks. Yes yes yes. This is good. They figured it with enough boulders and garbage and by the way it doesn't matter what you're about to say anything can be done with enough boulders garbage from la.. They could create a seven mile long three mile wide island with a resort. I don't see it. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm no. I'm not seeing sing it. It's not looking like a sandals in my head. It's just looking like well. No you walk out and you step on needles and just old doritos bags eggs and then you jump in the sea as great now. I'm seeing it and yes so aw how it started going out to the bank to recon he saw the water many different ways it was calms pool and some days crazy waves the next everything anything in between but none of the ways was so massive that he would consider walking away from the project. No He found a nice ledge quote. We had a flat bottom. beautiful bottom settle down over their house. grey bottom the hottest bottom. I've ever seen the flattest best best bottom the greatest and it was sandy. We dig up these sandy bottom. We dig up these clams eight eight nine inches huge absolutely enormous good God. Do they make good chowder so he's having a good time okay. He's pretty open the island meanwhile meanwhile the investors found a ship okay great. They found their ship to submerge mostly. They're looking for the right ship now. Does she. Crash crash real ships are made so these ships are made during the first world war when Steele was scarce. They made these ships mostly at a concrete with the steel frame well. If you're going to get a ship to crash and make an island out of this bad boy's just all concrete that's right the sinker thinker now. Does she wrote she floats gray. She floats barely she barely flows. She's Mosely and underwater veggies. She's made out of concrete. You know it was that awkward. six-month phase where we were making ships out of concrete incre- not really understanding what buoyancy was wooded evolution now we make them out of anchors. The ships were hard to turn and turn and heavy and fragile yeah yeah. It's like a Water Cadillac Christ in Nineteen seventy-one cement ship collided with a steel ship and quote shattered as if it teacup had been hit so there's an upside at released there are not they're not very buoyant and yet they will explode upon impact so that's good. It sank within three minutes. That's that's fun well well. I mean this guy who's trying to unload these fucking concrete ships every time someone walks into his fucking concrete ship shop well. It's got great but but don't go anywhere and then there's finally one guy who's they're like really concrete but they sink fast really a million dollars sound good boy. Mr They ended up making so that was in the first World War and they ended up making twenty four concrete ships during World War Two because there was so desperate to have ships. That's two desperate. That's when you should see the concrete planes. God restos men's souls were Cabinet Hitler who we hit the barn again. I aw I saw from here. I think the problem is we're using too little concrete too many propellers. Let's take it down to one so these ships were three hundred.
"alman" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"I mean might be hard on those that don't speak cat but I can tell you physically drained. I mean you put a lot into emotional for me can I can I be excuse for yeah. Just take a minute. Take a minute and we will now jump to John Solberg who when one again above and beyond with this little gem in the cat astray I do miss it. So where can it be. No one can no go look in the forest see through the smoke. Could it be there and this week blue of Oak Alman the fire continued to cook tending and basting while onward you look the cat was not found. That's always him well. What's on the cooker? I'll never tell oh yeah John How long did take you to write.
"alman" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"I'm wondering how this is going to pan out. Does this all make me want to see the film or would I be willing to take a kid to see the film? No, I don't want to take a kid. I wanna see because I know it's going to be bad. I'm gonna laugh my ass off the whole movie. I want to see it from my own twisted enjoyment because this shit looks on theaters though. No should look go go go. I can go to cedar and Birch run go have some drinks. And just all my to fuck up the whole fucking movie. Oh my God. Oh, I'm almost sitting them cuddle seats right at the front row. Oh, it's going to be great. Anyway, this this film will be released on August. Second down a few months. Yep. Yep. So Mark your calendars kids. All right moving on. I'm still waiting on the live action one the pets movie. We'll maybe even Murphy movie starring Joe Lundgren and Arnold Schwarzenegger. This one is going to be a pallet cleanser because that that lasts trailer was just rough. Yes this. Actually looks like this could be yes. Yes. Does except for a few minor things here. And there was some of the dialogue. I was like, wait. Why did you write them to say that if you're going to say that don't put it in a trailer? That's stupid. So apparently scary stories to tell them the dark. This is based off a book your book series. Yes. Okay. Series of books. Okay. Yeah. I am completely unfamiliar with this guy seemed to know about them, especially the one, but the guy with the hook in the car only thing I ever read was goosebumps knew it was long the same lines as a animals it was put out by I believe shel Silverstein and Alvin swertz Vince sorts Elvin Alman. So so, okay. So then so. So just watching this trailer. And are they taking like just a bunch of stories from the books and just putting it into like one movie typic- will the books were a collection of stories that you just you know, you'd read it slumber parties or out around the campfire, and it was just a collection of people stories. Okay. And so the it wasn't like goosebumps were. Okay. So it was like one book would be like, maybe six stories. Okay. Fit in ten twenty. Oh, jesus. Okay. So then so they have a lot of material to pull from for this. Then not really concede story was pretty pretty short. Yeah. But I'm sure they're going to flush it. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. At a bunch of extra stuff a lot of urban legends a lot of stuff like that. Because one of the things that intrigued me watching this is. I'm always fascinated with what year Modell Toro is involved with like, especially when it comes to war because he has such a twisted vision in like a love for like creatures, and she he's not directing this, but he's like, the executive producer and all of his movies that have some kind of monster issue thing, and it always look creepy shit. Like, the what's the movie with the one where it has? The demon thing has his hands in his eyes or the is in his hands. Should I can't think of the name of the movie, but pretty much everything I've ever seen him do horror wise, always ask them, really creepy. Fucked up looking creatures..
"alman" Discussed on First Things First
"Super Bowl champ, March lawyer joins the show this week in Los age. See see great good always missed you. We're glad you're back. I'm glad to be back that allowed to talk to you about. You and I. I was with you. Two nights later. We're still talking about the no call call. No, call the saints Rams game the one that never really sent the saints packing and sent the Rams to the Super Bowl. The referees admitted to missing pass interference on Nicole Roby Coleman too little too late say saints fans, and as for the players themselves while the NFL admission of folks doesn't do much. Us. I mean, you can you can mitt apologize. But we're aware home. You know that we get that call like we got a really good chance to be planning to weeks against the patriots. So too late. It doesn't mean nothing to us two minute. Don't admit it. It's too late. And of course, think this is going to now open up pin doors box for what should and should not be included in instant replay. What do you think about the NFL expanding instant replay to pass interference a man? I think that's fine. I just hate instant replay hate the way they implemented. I hate the fact that they don't change in of calls. I hate the fact that that like the whole mantra is with instant replay. Is we want to get the game? Right. Right. Is that is that correct? But only if you have a challenge slack only the coach reaches down grabs it out of a sock and throw the challenge like or if you have enough time outs. Or if we only want to get it. Right. When we get when we want to get it, right? Or when you have a challenge, but that makes no sense to me. Like, wouldn't you want to get it? Right. I don't know all the time. Wouldn't that be the goal? So why do we have to go through the history onyx of the challenge? Why do we have to have a ref walked to the sideline to look at the Microsoft tablet, when they're making the decision in New York? Why do we have to do? All that just put a lower third down. That says this challenge brought to you by Microsoft, if you're if you're buying it. Why do we have to go through all the garbage? Let's have somebody upstairs that looks at every play goes. Oh, yeah. Wait a minute. Give me a second. Let me look at that stops a game, or whatever I don't understand why the whole challenge is it for the drama that because I don't care about. Right. I think I think it's a lot easier to recommend something like that. When you're in the playoffs, and you only have a game or two, but I would doubt that the NFL has the capability of having eight qualified people in real time say when you're calling game. And sometimes your first window a games. There's eight games on. Yeah. So I'm need a specific people that are going to run the game running the game from New York. I don't think they have the Billy to be able to get now if we're talking about expanding it to two penalties or things that weren't cold penalty. You can't just watch the ball. You. Got to watch the the opposite side of the field. Was there? Lou contact to one of the guys in the trenches hold. Listen. I think there's a terrible idea does period point blank and people can point to the L O the CF L did it and they expanded replay in the final three minutes in on pattern calls. Okay. People's say that you know, what happened in two thousand fifteen right in the championship game. The great Cup was the game was I don't want to say flip. But on the game winning touchdown drive of their version of the Super Bowl. Coach challenged a non call pass interference went his way, we want that we because it's usually not this blatant. It's usually hand fighting usually could go either way and I'm watching chiefs patriots. And I've been told the whole time there was replay. It's incontrovertible video evidence. And they are looking Julian Alman touch that punt? And it's like this angle. Look like it touched his thumbs in this angle. It didn't. And nobody knows if that's getting overturned or not there's not consistency with it..
"alman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Great. Yeah. Almonds name, which is best foods west of the rocky. I would like to I would like you to investigate that conspiracy. Which would Alman did helmet give some kind of crime that people west of the Rockies don't want having to do with them. Yeah. It'd be best foods, right? Well, do you. Remember when you were not, well, we're about the same age yourself. But you remember you couldn't get cores east of the Rockies. Right. That's what smoking abandoned was. You're right. Yeah. The guy who's gonna have a wedding anyone, of course at the wedding. And he couldn't get it. Yeah. They did a family version that movie using helmets and best. So why to get the hell I wanted to get down to the California. Hey, are you performing Sunday at the magic club? Yeah. I'm down L last Sunday to Greg. How is the crowd? Great. It's a great crowd. I love that. You know, what I like because it's a regular audience. Oh, that's cool. You know, a lot of the clubs. Everybody dirty gynecologist to follow the act. League. Oh, wait, wait. Where's that on the woman? Wha what? Are you? Well, that is you know, hey, let me ask you quick question. There's a lot of comedians and that love to perform around the country, but they don't like to perform in Los Angeles. Why do you think that is? And it's it's like a pattern with them. I have never heard that every time. I guy knows. I mean, where did you hear that? I've heard that some comedians they kill outside of LA. But when they come to LA, they get nervous and the audience are aren't as good why they go to clubs in LA and UCLA LA comic material. They do and the rest of the country, then they come back, and they can't do their act because it has you know, Seinfeld. Closing bad are Larry Miller's opening band or something else. But for the most part, no most comedians. I mean, you love to vomit. It's the way the talent scouts are. This is where quote, the settlers supposedly hip audiences are that's not true at all. You remember Jay leno's you? Remember, Pat McCormick. Right. I love that McCormick. Right. Funny guy. Hamma Cormack wrote a joke from my dad, and my dad said I'll give you five hundred bucks for that joke, and the joke was my doctor has me eating so much fiber that I'm actually passing wicker furniture. Right. Solid. Solid joke. Yeah. And so my dad gave Pat McCormick five hundred bucks for that joke. And Pat McCormick wrote fifty more jokes from my dad and my dad said, well, I'm like five hundred bucks for each. He goes. Oh, no. I thought if you give me five hundred bucks, I should work a whole week for you. Because that's my weekly rate, and he gave an extra fifty jokes. That's great guy. Great guy. Yeah. Didn't use any of them. But he's a great guy. He I'm guessing. Yeah. The forty nine one is strong. Probably not as strong McCormick got his son. That was also a very big guy. Wasn't he in show business? I don't know. I just know Packers. He was Janis guy. And he was also in smoking abandoned already know that. Yeah. Yeah. I played a small Barbie McCormick. Oh, I thought that was Jackie Gleason now Jackie Gleason too. But I think they all died of hardening of the arteries. I can't this is great. We're gonna why we're going to find out how call us. Let us know how the bacon goes. I don't know. I I've got to go to Florida. So I maybe I'll probably a couple of days. Okay. Turning.
"alman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"When you're hearing that shrew ish Alman whose voice projects all the way down from the house. All the way down to Maria's room, which he purposefully question Mark raises that window when he first takes her in there almost as if I'm about to put on a show for you. So here let me raise the curtain now you can hear it when we have this little Ted later on. But again, you know, that's not something I picked up on until recently as far as the way. The he sets the stage for her simple story delivered choices. I think moving into the shower scene. I did take a look at that documentary, which I had been meaning to watch you can save what the name is because it's just numbers because it's about cuts and stuff. I don't know what it's called seventy eight fifty six Sunday fifty two so close I wanted to I wanted to watch it in this really was motivation to do. So that documentary documentary is amazing. I will fan girl over it was so entertaining. And so interesting. It is amazing. How like you said about like, the the gold mine. This is the scene is a gold mine. The shower scene is a gold mine in people can talk about it forever. And I don't think I will ever get bored of it. How does ninety minutes past so quickly. Zipped by in by the time at ended. I was like I was hoping they talk a little bit more about like this thing. Or maybe go a couple of scenes ahead in and show. How that tied back. I look I wanted more of it. It was really interesting. So that's a high recommend to that documentary. Yeah. I couldn't believe when it was over like, wait a second. How long is this thing when I click the pause, and I saw that it was ninety minutes long. It was like, you gotta be kidding me. There's no way just sat here for ninety minutes. Yeah. It's very entertaining..
"alman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"On channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Ninety four the high today coming up or tracking that hot week ahead. And I'm John Doe slain checking the news ninety six point five WDBO interactive radar. We still have clear skies eighty four degrees. However, it feels like ninety five and that heat index will range up to one oh five to one zero seven be careful. Team coverage. A man who survived the mass shooting during a gaming tournament that the landing in Jacksonville. A few weeks ago has now died in a car crash Twenty-four-year-old Ryan Alman was interviewed about his experienced by K three news in his hometown of Corpus Christi, Texas was a panicking so bad mouth actually praying to a police say he died on Sunday after losing control of his Jeep dark outside. Crosses paths? He tried to steer around vehicle flip several times throwing him out. Police say he wasn't wearing a seatbelt Rica. Puteaux news ninety six point five WDBO, and from our Washington watchdog, Jamie depre-, two point, oh, there's new controversy as we've been hearing this morning over accusations of sexual misconduct against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh. The White House is opening the door to a new round of hearings on judge cavenaugh should not be insulted, and she should not be ignored top. Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway on FOX and friends this morning allowing this woman to be heard is foreign testimony allowing cavenaugh hurt his foreign testimony has denied accusations of sexual misconduct. Walt DisneyWorld making budget cuts in entertainment as its fiscal year draws to a close. These cuts include the street party at the magic kingdom, captain Jack sparrow's, pirate tutorial and some longtime citizens of Hollywood at the studios. We know there will be. Another street party at the magic kingdom next year. But no word if any Hollywood citizens will be recast or replaced Saturday night lives, Colin Jost and Michael Cheiko host tonight's prime time EMMY award show on the comedy side. There will be a new winner since last year's pick veep isn't in the running. I'll do look for either Lanta or the marvelous MRs Mazel to take it ABC's. Jason Nathanson says Sandra old could be the first Asian American woman to win best. Actress EMMY for killing eve eleven o four at news ninety six point five WDBO. Switch.
"alman" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"I realize he won the secretary at Arlington last year at ten for longs, but the way that he did he pop back to his left lead at the end of the race is going to be breaking from post eleven. So that's that's no bargain. He is probably the horse to beat in here, but at the same time, do wonder if this distance or some of these other horses a little bit better suited for ten than he is now, having said that this older division on turf has been a little bit of a dumpster fire recently and maybe Oscar performances to kind of horse that all of a sudden can show up and say, this is my division. Now you guys are all running for second. And third, we'll find out on Saturday. I think he's a prime time player and I'm going to absolute use him in any sort of multi-race wagers the Chad that I am most interested in exits the Manhattan. We're in take a look at that stretch run right now. And I believe Robert Bruce had not been bounced around and had some clean run. I think he probably threatens to win that race. You see him finish as well as he does, and I understand spring quality is in this race, and I think spring quality has a punch as well. I think Robert, Bruce, I liked him going into the Manhattan. I like him coming into a race like this. He's I think he has a little bit more versatility than we saw that most recent start thinking can be a little bit closer. He's probably going to be in that sort of mid pack range, three links off of it. Maybe I just I believe if he had not been bounced around between horses and in tight down the lane, if he was able to get into the clear and really fire, I think he would threaten to win that race. I think it was a better race than it looks on paper for him. And the other piece that you've got to factor in initially, I was torn on the Manhattan. I said, know you got a bunch of horses in total blanket. How good can the race be? Well, you've had four one hundred plus buyers exit that race. It's come comeback pretty live in pretty strong, Robert. Bruce to me, that's the horse that I want. He is going to be picking this ROY. Ace, and I think he's got a big chance in here. There are other horses though that I think you have to consider Deauville. I've never been a big fan of his, but I can understand anyone that looks at him and says that he's a legitimate threat in a race like this for aid. No Bryan Ryan more. I kind of want to be against him money multiplier. You got to be concerned a little bit about the ground if there is any sort of is that really going to be to his liking? I know Chad is is sort of rerouted him in the past due to ground conditions, find out what you get on Saturday. At Arlington. You've got other interesting runners though century dream, I think of all the Europeans coming over. He's the one that I'm most interested in. I thought he ran just finding that Queen into starts back. I understand. Maybe he got a little bit flattened out down at the end. Keep in mind. It's a mile a straight mile over Ascott here. I think this mile and a quarter, I think there's going to be much more to his liking. It's not nearly as difficult for those horses in Europe. You're milers can probably get out to a mile in eight mile and a quarter over here. Pretty comfortably. The Lasix go on, you get William Buick was one of the. Riders in the world thing century dream of the horses coming over. He's the one that I would probably be most interested in can go few other ways as well visit. I'm hopeful they're going to send him Saratoga because I think he's better off in a miles opposed to a mile quarter. If he shows up here, I'm going to be against him. If he goes in the four star, Dave, I think I have to take him seriously. Absolutely. No question about it. But as far as the pick is concerned is few horses that you gotta use backups spring qualities backup? Probably, but most of my eggs are in the Robert, Bruce Alman are basket..
"alman" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"And we might have a. Stray shower around otherwise he's going to clear out and dry up today and. We'll have high temperatures in the mid eighties under a partly to mostly sunny sky other food recall this morning this time it's jars of Taco Bell salsa. Con caso cheese dip the. Hines company says there are concerns over possible botulism which can be fatal, so far there have been no reports of illness only fifteen ounce jars of the. Mild cheese dip are affected did you know that New Jersey's new beach smoking ban also. Bans e cigarettes opinions are divided on the, issue with the national. Vaping associations has it makes sense to go after a traditional cigarette smokers, who leave butts, on the ground but with faith and products there is now. Letter Karen Blumenfeld. With global. Advisors on smoke free. Policy Disagrees saying that the FDA still found chemicals in them that they deemed to be hazardous finding evidence of an e cigarette user breaking the, law may. Prove challenging, since, the, vapor evaporates so quickly Danielle Burson New Jersey, one of one point five news in Hoboken. A driver is charged with hitting dozens of parked cars while drunk twenty two year old Miguel Alman was seen by witnesses bouncing off a total. Of thirty six cars as. He tried to drive down a local street. He is facing, multiple. Charges this morning including DWI and assault by auto utility, regulators have ordered New. Jersey's power. Companies to make immediate and long-term reforms to the way they handle outages this is fall out from. A poor and uncoordinated response to the March nor'easter that left millions in the. Dark for days companies have been instructed to inspect all of their wooden power poles and tree hazards immediately but also to better coordinate with each other to. Make sure there's enough manpower, to repair any down, lines reinstate Coa let the courts handle it or Build more in sparsely populated areas of south jersey nobody seems to have an answer for what to do about affordable housing in New Jersey but one thing is clear the need for it is not going away a hearing in. Trenton assembly, minority leader, John Bramlett. Conceited so many people, want so many different outcomes that it's hard to advance past the basics there's a consensus that we need affordable housing there is a consensus that it's a real neat dissolution that this legislature is looking for is how do we do that. Governor Christie halted the council on affordable, housing hoping to dismantle. It entirely and the courts are currently overseeing quotas but of highest import what to do with fifteen million dollars lawmakers secured. 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"alman" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"But nonetheless we talked about that for the third segment now we talk about anything else going on in sports and when we say anything else we mean that so this talk about julian alman okay toys acl last year missed the entire season and has been trying to rehab in order to get back now he's going to miss four more games due to a pd violation okay we missing games against the texans the jags the lines on the dolphins right so should we freak out and talk about maybe why this hurts the patriots talk about are they going to be able to get through this or do we just come back to reality figure that they're gonna throw braxton burials enjoy elements spot and they're going to thrive or they're gonna make kenny britt like legitimate receiver again maybe they we philip door sets career since it hasn't really been once he's been drafted maybe chris hogan goes out and has a breakout some first four games maybe jordan mathews comes out and plays like he used to infill back when he was good maybe malcolm mitchell guy they've been waiting for comes on plays well maybe you got cordell patterson who comes out and plays well i'm not sure okay do i think that is julian element suspension is gonna hurt the team of course not why would it hurt the team all right tom brady got suspended for four games and nothing happened they went to the super bowl okay.
"alman" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Right and welcome to the gsm see football podcast this episode is brought to you by gsm gs podcast network and as always i am your host jesse top yeah and as always twirl oh wins is in the media all right we have a lot to talk about today more so we're going to be spending the first segment talking about te'o in his decision to decline in invite to the hall of fame induction ceremony i mean i'm not gonna get into it yet let me tell you what else we're gonna talk about okay so what else are we going to be talking about is join alman coming off of a tornado ms pretty much the entire season last year and was looking to get back onto the field now he's enough to wait four more games suspended for the first four games of the season due to a pd suspension i'm gonna pretend to tell you how this little patriots and then i'll realistically tell you how this doesn't affect them at all okay so we'll do that for the second segment third segment jarvis landry new cleveland brown talking about how the quarterbacks over in cleveland or better than the ones over in miami at gives us something talk about normally wouldn't be news but nonetheless it's been a slow week in the nfl okay we'll be talking about that and then for the fourth segment as we always do we'll find something to talk about as far as news and football goes or anything topic discussion top players what not do you know how it goes for the fourth segment.
"alman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A public service announcement brought to you by the ad council sixty eighty wcbs news time three minutes past five o'clock a sixteen year old charged with first degree murder in the death of a baltimore county police officer has been ordered held without bail by a judge who called him a quote one man crime wave don't anthony harris was supposed to be on house arrest when he ran down baltimore county police officer amy caprio with a jeep police say three other teams associated with harris could face felony murder charges police said they were burglarizing a home at the time in perryville baltimore homicide total has reached one hundred and nine after two men were killed on tuesday and unidentified man was shot the death in the nineteen hundred block of green mountain avenue a twenty seven year old man was fatally shot on west rogers avenue near pimlico race course democrats are balking at a plan and we'll votes cast for kevin candidates for governor to count for valerie urban his former running mate urban became gubernatorial candidate in the june primary following the sudden death of the baltimore county executive the proposal by the maryland board of elections is not sitting well with urban and some of her democratic rivals urban says voters are going to be confused baltimore county councilwoman vicky alman has removed herself from consideration to serve as interim county executive while the council move to fill the vacancy left by the death of kevin cabinets the rice georgetown democrat says the replacement should not be chosen as part of the political coronation by council colleagues alman is one of three leading candidates vying for the democrat nomination for county executive i'll look at sports in.
"alman" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Oh julian alman went that's a great pick i was hoping he would make it back around then the next quarterback off the board carson wentz followed by greg olsen yet crabtree brady tevin coleman evan ingram so at this point with this many titans off the board this where you might be in your draft and going oh shoot i gotta get a tight in the exact opposite of true right now it's all the good tight ends are gone just punt just keep drafting nobody's drowsing double they're not going to double up on tight end so there's only so many teams that can draft them and you've already got six off the born you do not need an early pick to try to get the seven who's our last picked by the way are i believe it was sony michel fitness conciliatory michel feel so forced now i know it's real i'm really sorry brooks i should have had that ready by the way if you end up in a situation like this you're in the six round and you've decided to go away from wide receiver i am comfortable with a michael crabtree as my wide receiver to if you decided to wait so if you did spend an early pick on rob gronkowski if you did see let's say aaron rodgers drops for the fifth round and you snag him still are going to do all competing beth gotta be kidding he makes such a difference for that roster weekend and week out consistency if you go to the consistency charts and you look at aaron rendre the i feel like you're just being stubborn there mike know if a fifth round aaron rodgers you have to take him.
"alman" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"Putting in money every two weeks we got our paycheck the i like i was saying i like year two maybe like year in a quarter on than after that we started to get enough revenue from the business activities at south that is to really pay for it's often could ran that s what we're making to help grow and get better in scale alman have were inventory have more diversity of inventory and really start to like look at it as like a business with multiple arms rather than just like something that we do we come home after work i'm glad that you brought up the financial preparation in just having to be your own investor in putting everything into that business in you know being able to do that until i was paying for itself now at what point did you leave your job understand that one of you are fulltime and one of you is not let's talk about that okay so it was like knee leaving my jobs i think i stopped working outside of pc's closet last year in about june i'm just because i found that we'd be able to make more money if i were able to have what time to take care of like things like advertising to set up like a vet editor seemed kind of like the job that i had at the time was in the way of like cici's closet like growing bigger in so that's when i decided to go what i felt that cici's was generating more income than like my job was in that we were able to sustain our business model with knee nominee at the job and still being able to live comfortably if that makes sense.