6 Burst results for "Andrew Pig"

"andrew pig" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"andrew pig" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Well, you make such a great point enjoys bringing you into this as a as a prosecutor, you know, full disclosure, the part of me that is a journalist. We welcome all new information. We get it's fascinating when witnesses wanna talk during a probe. So I get that. But speak to the point that Neo rages, which is separate from the journalistic inquiry or a lot of citizens following this the legal part of this which is Muller's folks looking at all of this signal sending and they're not naive about what's going on. Yeah. You know, two different categories of people here for from prosecutors point of view, I do not want my witnesses out in public talking creating more statements that they can be cross examined about. But my targets my subject. I'm happy to see them make public pronouncements every time you the president gets on Twitter. Roger stone goes on TV. They're just given Muller. More. Cannon fodder for what's coming Mr. card? Do you think that it would be a good idea for Bill bar to kind of clear this all up and say, look, whatever is not actually classified from the national security perspective ought to at least go to congress. If not to the general public from Muller because that seems to be the other sticking point. We're seeing right now. Well, first of all, I know Bill Barr. I have the greatest confidence at him. He is an outstanding lawyer in a really good person who is well grounded in doing the right thing. So I have confidence that he will do the right thing. I want to make sure everybody is protected from the presumption of guilt. Well, let me say I'm going to have the it is gonna is my reporter's privileged interim. When you say he should do. He should do the right thing. I think viewers go. Okay. So what does that that's like, Washington talk? What is the right thing? Here is it ensuring that the bulk of the non part of the report should be the question or not I trust him to exercise. Good judgment. Whether there was something in the report that should not be in the public domain, and I would do that in consi- consultation with the special prosecutor is this something that should be in the public domain or you just considering it as part of this. What you've discovered in what should be going forward. If you were to present case to either congress to do deal for impeachment offer other case. That might be around. I there are lots of times when that happens. Lawyers addressing the possibility of action that could be taken by any entity. That's the responsible thing to do. We don't look at. I like full disclosure, but I also believe that there are some things that do protect someone's presumption of innocent and our legal system of saying we don't know for sure we shouldn't put a presumption out there. We should be based understand that the melting and finally you are a Republican. But would you describe your accent as Kennedy esque, all I'm I'm from Massachusetts. I'm proudly on the board of the M Kennedy institute for the United States Senate Doron mend Republicans on the board. I believe in public service. I believe in the noble, call a public service. I wanna polish the noble call a public service, and I celebrate EID democracy. I'm also the chairman of the National Endowment of democracy, and I wanna America's democracy to be the great example for the world to see. And right now, we're looking a little bit tarnished tarnished, mar we're overtime. But if I thought. I just I just wanted to say that as much of the report the Miller report is possible needs to be made public. The American people deserve to know. What's in it? At to the greatest extent possible tastic. I I think we covered a lot of ground. We didn't even get into the patriots MasterCard. New Joyce and Andrew pigs to each of you coming up much. Thank you serve coming up. We turn to this bombshell leak about Trump's executive time what he's really doing all the blank spaces in the schedule and new polls show Starbucks billionaire Howard Schultz out of step with most Americans on taxes. I have an exclusive interview with Schultz business rival who got his start. None other than Starbucks barista. And my breakdown of a rare move by Trump. He just admitted a mistake..

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"andrew pig" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"andrew pig" Discussed on Open Floor

"This list ends right booker's value is complicated because similar to kyri he checks a lot of boxes of a a lot of the boxes you would have with an empty stats guy, but there's also some intangible value that's harder to gauge. Okay. So for those keeping score at home Andrews, not admitted defeat onto mar or Booker yet. Hopefully he'll come around by the end of the. Booker behind some shitty players last year. We knew currently have Ingram behind Nick Patou m- who is permanently three of nine from the floor for seven points. So please, rob, explain how we got here. I trust that you were probably on the right side of this one, but hit me. I think I might be even more pessimistic, but Ingram is actually. I may beat the bad mouth piece for this argument. I mean, I say this all on all earnestness, like I've seen plenty of him on film of seeing his numbers, obviously had a pretty productive season. What is the evidence to date? That Ingram is a net positive basketball player because I don't think we have a lot of it. I think that's tough because the Lakers in general have been dysfunctional for every month. He's been in LA. And I think numbers alone, like he's sixteen five, four cysts, forty, seven percent shooting thirty nine percent from three and he's the same age as Jason Tatum. Basically, he's six months older, like even assuming moderate progress. He's, he's gonna be really, really good next LeBron and I just don't understand. So you're basically docking him because he's had bad teammates, is that is that it? No. I mean, if anything, I think the fact that he's had that teammate because numbers look a little better than they are like, I don't think Brandon Ingram is a forest as per game kind of player. I think he's in that provisional our point guarded injured. So somebody has to handle the ball kind of mode. Know he, he's the Jeff green point forward layers in that regard. How though. That was not meant to be as a really. I think we should have probably had a chat before this podcast, Andrew pigs, Brandon Ingram over Ben Simmons two years ago, and he's just held on for dear life. And he's running this one into the ground as far as he can possibly run it. Hey, Ed you, here's an Brandon Ingram. Trivia question for you. Do you remember Andrei Ingram like that? Super League guy who came on. I'm still waiting for that to be a Disney movie in like ten years. Okay. So Andrea groom played two games for the Lakers. His career high for three pointers was for because he made four threes and one of those two games, you know, Brandon Ingram, career high for three pointers in the NBA. He's spent two seasons. You think he's going to be a top fifty player. You're ready to sacrifice your whole reputation on his his rising. Why is it so hard for both of you to wrap your mind around the concept that a young guy can improve? Okay. This shooter that he is at like nineteen and a half years old is. Not what he's going to be at twenty two or twenty one which he'll be this year. I don't understand. No, we understand. I'm just saying right now, you know, he's been in the NBA for two years. His career high four, three pointers. So you know if he's going to be this big time, huge wing, who's going to be like, fantastic. Let's make sure he's the the best Ingram on the Lakers roster before we get to far when it comes shooting. No, look, we like Ingram, but you're just early on and you and what I was trying to say what the book thing. It wasn't a harp specifically on Booker. This is just one of your blind spots. You like the young guys and we have a lot of readers who the young guys who think the young guys are going to be there twenty four twenty five year old selves when they're twenty one or twenty two. And it just usually does not work that way and Ingram also by the way, Mr. ton of time last year with injuries, you're going bang on. So you have to bang on Ingram for his injury issues to the injury, things your cop out for every night..

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"andrew pig" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"andrew pig" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"All right abc south as far as their draft i mean i do like the colts so far out of there's houston's jacksonville's i do like there's the best but both like all three jobs haven't really entirely oppressed me okay then you get the tennessee titans draft at sea round around one they take sean evans linebacker out a little out of alabama avery williamson left the team this off season now he's with the jets so there was a need okay linebacker wasn't need you take sean evans boom linebacker no longer need is see how that's done you take the guy you need all right he's going to be a day one starter impact starter album always turns out solid linebacker so i like this pick a lot then round two they take herald landry defensive end out of boston i mean this is already like this job better than anything anyone else in this division did okay herald landry's going to be solved player i'm not sure really why he slit so far down but nonetheless he did and one thing tennessee to their offense are already set up and good to go maybe you do need another receiver and all that but nonetheless i mean defense was the way to go you went malcolm butler fixed up the secondary a bit there and then you get sean evans and herald landry does both impact players in the first two picks then they had a not next big around five they take dane crew ick shank safety at zona and then luke falk he slid bake time in this shaath and it kinda seems like those little bit round quarterbacks known was really too high on them so i'm not really too sure what to thing luke falk pig probably just going to be a backup anything maybe the third guy on the team who knows we i do like the tex titans draft and they had like the least they only had four draft picks in this draft and they still liked it better than jacksonville's houston's are indianapolis all right so i do like the shaun evans pick and the herald andrew pig things impact players from the getgo so we're going to wrap it up here next up let's see let's go.

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"andrew pig" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"andrew pig" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Even if you don't have any intention on anything right now go up there and look around cuz come on two oh five six two five three seven nine seven to the phones we go to five nine four one one zero one one john is i her you john hello andrew how are you today good i don't tell have like three different heating and cooling companies advertise y'all y'all that's not the problem it's we actually it's such a long story it would almost seem ridiculous if we took the tom you don't want to hear it yeah that's nothing to do with any i had to suffer through andrew pig patrol patrol picker and nobody's granted just take a nobrainer thanks john this is in no way a reflection of the heating and cooling companies either have or still are advertising adam hey real quick i'd like up saying i like to think donald trump for saying at the top of the hour something i've said many times on this show that millions of illegals vote couldn't even get people to show up to her rallies and i've i've got a professional job but i'm still several thousand dollars away from the national median annual income you don't want to know why right right because a billionaire rappers average high exactly nfl players and nba players so when you've got seventy five to ninety percents or african american i would call that white privilege it's a black privilege that's a whole nother animal but i like to take advice of jc and have a conversation about it and so here we go if you know anybody out there whether you're in the public education system or corporate america or anywhere else hollywood and you're preaching whitefield or white privilege here's the conversation to have with you my grits peres thanks buddy drop them i can't say you can't say drop the mic drop in the mind to learn these things better than that if you're going to say it say mic drop even my drop even that's not so dumb we never did the whole thing about what we needed to wear red callers and you went on and on and on about something else dropped off all right call is two zero five nine four one one zero one one.

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"andrew pig" Discussed on The Score 1260 AM

The Score 1260 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"andrew pig" Discussed on The Score 1260 AM

"Mean he's got obviously a public intoxication thing from earlier in february but how concerned do you think teams are going to be or in some ways do you think they actually not to show off they don't like the arrest but today like the fact that he goes in plants the oh you flagged ohio state after they win and that he shows the fiery nece on the sideline other you word i mean again came restaurants with abp if there taking them i they're saying they're rationalising that and the fiery no some and if they don't take them they're saying we don't want attitudes uh listen menzel one first round joe mix and run second round we know these teams fake they compartmentalize well when they really like a player i don't know what the pure scouting report on may is at this point taken away the offfield issues you know but if the team wants some they want them and they'll rationalize those things as being fiery and he never assaulted anyone and he never had drug issues or whatever it is but i would think they're gonna be some teams that really like them and all that stuff is gonna be euphemize if you will get into fiery competitor we liked that blah blah we appreciate your comments mensa's more widely do enjoy the rest your weekend jawa's fiery uh uh i'm glad he enjoyed some pilot thanksgiving andrew pigs on a treadmill talking to breathe heavy at in shape question how coughlan at the resting heartbeat of like john daly is like it was like ridiculous like that where the corporate weeks ago remember called us from the treadmill that's true and you actually that was a risk for you because he's happy a lot of things could been but go ahead let me just ask what only the guy was treadmill variety there would have been it would have been strange that's exactly what else gets isn't willing to do that time for those aged twenty mostly insightful thoughts of the week obtain 140 forty carry cursor less needs maggie tweaks of the weak points he could go time maggie you had good mama's earlier in your wakeup call many pack yeah teachers boxing match up with conor mcgregor happy thanksgiving at the notorious abc stay fit my friend hashtag real boxing match hashtag at two thousand eighteen god bless us all i mean he's not doing it i will not do it again they're ball i mean one shot.

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"andrew pig" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"andrew pig" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"So the that's was quail legalize corruption is what it is robert is he said that earlier and it's exactly anyway i second guess today's andrew briggs is a resident scholar american enterprise institute and he's a former deputy commissioner for policy at the social security administration almost everybody knows as nothing inside the there is no such thing as a social security trust fund my least i don't think the his one so anyways andrew pigs at any specializes in retirement possible policy public sector pay and other issues welcome to the program entry hey thanks for much advocate today what what what was the white working linda social security administration well you you have a lot of very dedicated people they're mostly mostly non political i were policy died of things is back in the drinking are trying to get a you know research don about social security and retirement security and and trying to get in politics and play poodle proved that um so yeah i was working for government can be interesting at times but now at all times with a very good work on that but the question is is social security viable is gonna be money they are for the baby boomers and their kids well in a certain extent you take definitely yes in that you know as long as you're collecting social security taxes which is a twelve and a half percent of your wages as long as they're collecting that payroll tax there's going to be money to go out the door to pay benefits uh the question though is your do you have enough money to pay the benefits you promised.

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