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"anthony melles" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Car? Shea doesn't is. Eighty five year old. Wilson's attitudes towards truck. Not is easier to understand when you consider that. Most of his customers are not exactly sincere about truck. That's either. Don't get me wrong. Some of them are insincere a toxic way. Wilson was recently asked to send a pair of truck nuts to Senator Jeff flake after flake insisted there'd be an FBI investigation into Brett Kavanagh. The message unmistakably being that flake should grow a pair. But most of orders come from people who either truck nuts are bit of tongue in cheek self lamb poontang. So funny, they have to have them on their car or so ridiculous. The absolutely do not want them on their car. Wheels of let's say somebody in an office somewhere. We want to give a gag gift. Wilson's assessment of his audience is born out by reviews of truck nuts on Amazon and Facebook of which this is a Representative example, the look feel emotion of these nuts hanging from my friend's truck. Made it look as though his worc- truck had a real set of nuts dangling from it. The only downside was that. My prank ended up making him. Look more manly. Driving down the road would buy these nuts for a prank again. That's our cast review was left by a real estate agent in Michigan named Matt Zahn. I'm involved in the prank war with a neighbor. Cross the lake and we've been kind of going back and forth doing pranks Matt's. Prank war has involved. Among other things wiring afraid shot and drawing a giant penis on a lawn in the middle of the night. You know, it'd be pretty funny. If I were to get some truck nuts and put him on his truck and. If he, you know days he would drive around town with them hanging there. He's a loan officer. So you had to actually go to acquaint house and your loan application that day, so he like pulled him their driveway. They're like out there talking, and I'm sure that the clients show them on the back of his truck. So it's supposed to be funny about this prank. Is that if you saw Matt's friend driving down the street, you would think he was sincere about his truck nuts. You'd assume that he was the type of guy who had truck nuts on his car because he wanted them there, even though he's not typically when you see somebody that has struck nuts. You're like, oh that guy's. Yes. Probably do Spag. What about it communicates? Someone who really have it is a douchebag think that if you have a pair of nuts on your truck. I mean, this is a certain personality type that would have that. And not have as a joke. Matt is not alone into the way. He's using truck nuts. Poking fun at Dushi rednecks, basically is different from how they're meant to be used an off brand usage of the product. But Matt and his friend are not outlier truck. Nuts consumers pranksters jokers and people sending up the people who they think the product is supposed to be four are part of the products core constituency. I was not expecting that going into the story. I was under the impression that truck not still thing because the people who were sincerely into truck knots. But it starting to look like truck nuts might still be a thing. Because people who are insincerely into truck nuts was the ironic macho truck not are real or was he a kind of figment of the imagination the answer to that. It turns out is a little bit of both. Now's the time that we talk about a sponsor this episode is brought to you by plug into the present a campaign raising awareness about electric vehicles. More and more people are discovering how electric cars can fit into their lifestyle with the days electric vehicles limited to your work commute, more and more models of a range of over two hundred miles per charge. So you can drive just about anywhere. We can road trips out of town errands. You name it. Driving electric is just like driving a conventional car. And there are a lot of fun to drive to have you ever experienced instant tour. Learn more about electric vehicles at plug into the present dot com. That's plug into the present dot com. Okay. Back to the show. As we were investigating truck nuts. We kept coming across other testicle based access re's. I was so flummoxed at this point about who truck nuts customer base was that. I thought it might be clarified to speak with some of these other companies in the hopes that they could shed some light on this particular question. One product in particular stood out. It's been mocked almost as much as truck nuts. It's called noodles Nichols. Or Justice killer implants for dogs cats horses bulls any animal that is altered. Good Miller is the owner and inventor of noodles, which over five hundred thousand have been sold a musical were thought of in nineteen ninety three with the trauma that I went through neutering bloodhound they buck. Buck was a hundred eighty seven pound bloodhound. It was a dominant feature of his, you know. Being and I was opposed to neutering because buck would no longer be bucked. It's really it's for the owners. It's not really for the pets 'cause they don't care, right. Cure pets, do know that they've been neutered. But it's, you know, basically pet owners wanting their male dog to maintain its God, given look and what's wrong with that. I mean, if you don't like it don't buy it whether or not the animals, actually know or care about their testicles is not something I'm going to get into. But the question what's wrong with that? Is that the heart not just of noodles but of truck nuts too? And my most easygoing open-minded self things Scher. That's right. If you don't like them, just don't buy them. But my instincts really action is just like can we not be so hung up on balls masculine really has pride of place in our culture. Can we leave the dog balls out of it? Greg doesn't just make replacement testicles. He also makes them other cosmetic products, including replacement years, and is or is not a word in the world has ever been said, but noodles will just bring out the craziness and people it's encouraging people to neuter that would not neuter before that's reducing pet overpopulation. This made me wonder am I being super uptight about testicles, I wouldn't begrudge someone replacing their dogs mangled ear or I even if it wasn't medically necessary. So what's my issue with this particular body part? I like to think my feelings about noodles or affliction of my values. Maybe they're also just a reflection of my taste. And you know, that's cuter than seeing him. You know, why will up the street with his little things between and the idea of neutering him and eliminating that is just you know. Thank you. Especially so funny because when I was going to say his like instead of the cute like every the dog with just like waddling along with that looks so like Masty. Yeah, there's really in your face like, but you obviously feel about on your attitude towards the product. And I mean, I'll admit noodles or as controversial as religion and politics noodles adjust acknowledging a reality that some people really care about balls, and that's true across the political spectrum as a second product on our tour of testicle related excess Sary's bike balls demonstrates bike balls are Kickstarter funded bicycle lights in the shape of testicles. They give off a pink light and hang low from underneath a bike seat right below where a male cyclist genitals would rest like it takes grit and balls to ride on the roads, Heather lamb is an industrial designer based in Toronto who's one of the co creators of bike balls. It reminds other. Drivers that you are human too because. A part of your flushes cyclists and pickup truck drivers are imagined to be a very different demographic, politically speaking. But apparently some members of both groups would like to trick out there ride with a pair of nuts, though, bike balls are not gilding the lily the way that truck nuts are they're not trying to make the most powerful vehicle on the road seem even more macho they are evidence. If you needed it that ball jokes and ball appreciation more generally cross the aisle. I've heard people will tend to yell. Nice. Both. That they've seen you. So that like latest keeping safe. And you're getting a couple of. Yes. The bipartisan nature of testicle related accessories. Was further underscored to me by the conversation. I had about the most provocative accessory of all gonna calls. Plastic testicles that clip onto the barrel of gun. Are we shut against goals via the company's Facebook page. I was pretty sure known is gonna respond to me slate. His written a lot about the need for gun control and a reputation as liberal site. Made me assume they would be very reticent to speak with us. And to my surprise, the owner Anthony Melles rope saying no worries on political orientation LL Gunston does have a wacky audience. My initial vision for the product was this is something that gun owners will by kind of as a goof to make your friends laugh at the range, and so the packaging and most of the marketing is geared towards image a gun accessory, look serious, thus the gun schools marketing features and animated sporty woman who smiles holding a gun, and it has the tagline the pants down leader in tactical testicles the product it was a fishery released in two thousand seventeen good dental some some play in the gun, you know, blog sphere had some. Had some immediately success that I thought. Oh, wow. This is incredible. You know? So like you wake up to like fifty orders for them. And you're like, oh, I can retire now. But after that first burst sales slowed down Anthony found it was hard to market the product magazine advertising was too expensive sporting goods stores were turned off by the whole testicle thing. And it wasn't getting much traction on Amazon he was getting ready to abandon the whole thing. And then this past Christmas happened hold a lot of guns. Two goals if because it sounded audience and its audience is not gun owners. It is people in locking gun owners. It's for the person that knows a gun owning person that wants to be fun to them. You know, I tell people also like five percent over beyond a gun. You know, maybe ten percent of Don Rickles over leave the box. Yeah. So he has it has found its audience as an awful to gift.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Car? Shea doesn't is. Eighty five year old. Wilson's attitudes towards truck. Not is easier to understand when you consider that. Most of his customers are not exactly sincere about truck. That's either. Don't get me wrong. Some of them are insincere a toxic way. Wilson was recently asked to send a pair of truck nuts to Senator Jeff flake after flake insisted there'd be an FBI investigation into Brett Kavanagh. The message unmistakably being that flake should grow a pair. But most of orders come from people who either truck nuts are bit of tongue in cheek self lamb poontang. So funny, they have to have them on their car or so ridiculous. The absolutely do not want them on their car. Wheels of let's say somebody in an office somewhere. We want to give a gag gift. Wilson's assessment of his audience is born out by reviews of truck nuts on Amazon and Facebook of which this is a Representative example, the look feel emotion of these nuts hanging from my friend's truck. Made it look as though his worc- truck had a real set of nuts dangling from it. The only downside was that. My prank ended up making him. Look more manly. Driving down the road would buy these nuts for a prank again. That's our cast review was left by a real estate agent in Michigan named Matt Zahn. I'm involved in the prank war with a neighbor. Cross the lake and we've been kind of going back and forth doing pranks Matt's. Prank war has involved. Among other things wiring afraid shot and drawing a giant penis on a lawn in the middle of the night. You know, it'd be pretty funny. If I were to get some truck nuts and put him on his truck and. If he, you know days he would drive around town with them hanging there. He's a loan officer. So you had to actually go to acquaint house and your loan application that day, so he like pulled him their driveway. They're like out there talking, and I'm sure that the clients show them on the back of his truck. So it's supposed to be funny about this prank. Is that if you saw Matt's friend driving down the street, you would think he was sincere about his truck nuts. You'd assume that he was the type of guy who had truck nuts on his car because he wanted them there, even though he's not typically when you see somebody that has struck nuts. You're like, oh that guy's. Yes. Probably do Spag. What about it communicates? Someone who really have it is a douchebag think that if you have a pair of nuts on your truck. I mean, this is a certain personality type that would have that. And not have as a joke. Matt is not alone into the way. He's using truck nuts. Poking fun at Dushi rednecks, basically is different from how they're meant to be used an off brand usage of the product. But Matt and his friend are not outlier truck. Nuts consumers pranksters jokers and people sending up the people who they think the product is supposed to be four are part of the products core constituency. I was not expecting that going into the story. I was under the impression that truck not still thing because the people who were sincerely into truck knots. But it starting to look like truck nuts might still be a thing. Because people who are insincerely into truck nuts was the ironic macho truck not are real or was he a kind of figment of the imagination the answer to that. It turns out is a little bit of both. Now's the time that we talk about a sponsor this episode is brought to you by plug into the present a campaign raising awareness about electric vehicles. More and more people are discovering how electric cars can fit into their lifestyle with the days electric vehicles limited to your work commute, more and more models of a range of over two hundred miles per charge. So you can drive just about anywhere. We can road trips out of town errands. You name it. Driving electric is just like driving a conventional car. And there are a lot of fun to drive to have you ever experienced instant tour. Learn more about electric vehicles at plug into the present dot com. That's plug into the present dot com. Okay. Back to the show. As we were investigating truck nuts. We kept coming across other testicle based access re's. I was so flummoxed at this point about who truck nuts customer base was that. I thought it might be clarified to speak with some of these other companies in the hopes that they could shed some light on this particular question. One product in particular stood out. It's been mocked almost as much as truck nuts. It's called noodles Nichols. Or Justice killer implants for dogs cats horses bulls any animal that is altered. Good Miller is the owner and inventor of noodles, which over five hundred thousand have been sold a musical were thought of in nineteen ninety three with the trauma that I went through neutering bloodhound they buck. Buck was a hundred eighty seven pound bloodhound. It was a dominant feature of his, you know. Being and I was opposed to neutering because buck would no longer be bucked. It's really it's for the owners. It's not really for the pets 'cause they don't care, right. Cure pets, do know that they've been neutered. But it's, you know, basically pet owners wanting their male dog to maintain its God, given look and what's wrong with that. I mean, if you don't like it don't buy it whether or not the animals, actually know or care about their testicles is not something I'm going to get into. But the question what's wrong with that? Is that the heart not just of noodles but of truck nuts too? And my most easygoing open-minded self things Scher. That's right. If you don't like them, just don't buy them. But my instincts really action is just like can we not be so hung up on balls masculine really has pride of place in our culture. Can we leave the dog balls out of it? Greg doesn't just make replacement testicles. He also makes them other cosmetic products, including replacement years, and is or is not a word in the world has ever been said, but noodles will just bring out the craziness and people it's encouraging people to neuter that would not neuter before that's reducing pet overpopulation. This made me wonder am I being super uptight about testicles, I wouldn't begrudge someone replacing their dogs mangled ear or I even if it wasn't medically necessary. So what's my issue with this particular body part? I like to think my feelings about noodles or affliction of my values. Maybe they're also just a reflection of my taste. And you know, that's cuter than seeing him. You know, why will up the street with his little things between and the idea of neutering him and eliminating that is just you know. Thank you. Especially so funny because when I was going to say his like instead of the cute like every the dog with just like waddling along with that looks so like Masty. Yeah, there's really in your face like, but you obviously feel about on your attitude towards the product. And I mean, I'll admit noodles or as controversial as religion and politics noodles adjust acknowledging a reality that some people really care about balls, and that's true across the political spectrum as a second product on our tour of testicle related excess Sary's bike balls demonstrates bike balls are Kickstarter funded bicycle lights in the shape of testicles. They give off a pink light and hang low from underneath a bike seat right below where a male cyclist genitals would rest like it takes grit and balls to ride on the roads, Heather lamb is an industrial designer based in Toronto who's one of the co creators of bike balls. It reminds other. Drivers that you are human too because. A part of your flushes cyclists and pickup truck drivers are imagined to be a very different demographic, politically speaking. But apparently some members of both groups would like to trick out there ride with a pair of nuts, though, bike balls are not gilding the lily the way that truck nuts are they're not trying to make the most powerful vehicle on the road seem even more macho they are evidence. If you needed it that ball jokes and ball appreciation more generally cross the aisle. I've heard people will tend to yell. Nice. Both. That they've seen you. So that like latest keeping safe. And you're getting a couple of. Yes. The bipartisan nature of testicle related accessories. Was further underscored to me by the conversation. I had about the most provocative accessory of all gonna calls. Plastic testicles that clip onto the barrel of gun. Are we shut against goals via the company's Facebook page. I was pretty sure known is gonna respond to me slate. His written a lot about the need for gun control and a reputation as liberal site. Made me assume they would be very reticent to speak with us. And to my surprise, the owner Anthony Melles rope saying no worries on political orientation LL Gunston does have a wacky audience. My initial vision for the product was this is something that gun owners will by kind of as a goof to make your friends laugh at the range, and so the packaging and most of the marketing is geared towards image a gun accessory, look serious, thus the gun schools marketing features and animated sporty woman who smiles holding a gun, and it has the tagline the pants down leader in tactical testicles the product it was a fishery released in two thousand seventeen good dental some some play in the gun, you know, blog sphere had some. Had some immediately success that I thought. Oh, wow. This is incredible. You know? So like you wake up to like fifty orders for them. And you're like, oh, I can retire now. But after that first burst sales slowed down Anthony found it was hard to market the product magazine advertising was too expensive sporting goods stores were turned off by the whole testicle thing. And it wasn't getting much traction on Amazon he was getting ready to abandon the whole thing. And then this past Christmas happened hold a lot of guns. Two goals if because it sounded audience and its audience is not gun owners. It is people in locking gun owners. It's for the person that knows a gun owning person that wants to be fun to them. You know, I tell people also like five percent over beyond a gun. You know, maybe ten percent of Don Rickles over leave the box. Yeah. So he has it has found its audience as an awful to gift.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on Slate's Whistlestop

Slate's Whistlestop

16:14 min | 2 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Slate's Whistlestop

"Opinion. After the government was formed Rutledge would become associate Justice of the supreme court, George Washington, then president appointed him to be chief Justice. But before the Senate could elevate him to the new post Rutledge spoke out against the Jay treaty an agreement. Washington's administration had worked out settle relations with the British the federalists led by Hamilton who promoted better ties with Britain set on Rutledge, like a pack of animals that set on things quickly and unrelentingly for his opposition to the Jay treaty. Hamilton said that Rutledge had spoken out against the Jay treaty quote in a delirium of rage. It was the common theme in federalist papers attacking Rutledge, one of those which is to say that he was crazy. One of the papers labeled him as insane. They also suggested Rutledge had personal issues. He had not repaid his debts. The federalist controlled Senate than ultimately turned Rutledge down. By a vote of ten fourteen. Here's how John Anthony Melle tease writes about it in his supreme court history. Quote, name calling public appeals charges of personal impropriety and political retribution meant that to use the name of the most famous court nominee blocked for political reasons. John Rutledge had been booked. So you see history is fun Rutledge helps the constitutional convention along by encouraging delegates to speak freely. Don't worry, you can change your mind, you won't be branded for life. But then in public life, several years later Rutledge on Cork's and opinion and brings him low. So it's not all Twitter's fault. This was happening in eighteenth century to when Twitter was just a single character. Anyway, back to the rules of the debate at the constitutional convention. While they encouraged experimentation. It wasn't always high minded exchanges of ideas. Madison was rather. Frank in his letters to Thomas Jefferson describing events in debate in this passage to Jefferson. He's describing the nature of the debate about the executive the first of these objects as it respects, the executive was a peculiarly embarrassing on the question of whether it should consist of a single person or a plurality of coordinate members on the mode of employment on the duration of the office on the degree of power on the reality, ability tedious, and reiterated discussions took place is the eighteenth century version of a Washington expression. Everything has been said, but not everyone has said it the tedious and reiterated discussions at Madison is likely referring to or at least one of the leading contenders. There may have been several was when the New Jersey plan was brought forward by William Paterson of new. And introduced on the fifteenth of June, though, the body had been yacking about things for twenty days. And a lot had seemed settled Patterson took to the floor and announced that he and some colleagues wanted the whole throw out the whole kit and caboodle everything worked on everything that they'd thought about and start a new he then suggested that the group commit themselves in this new endeavor having canned everything else that they've been up to they commit themselves to basically amending the articles. He then read word for word the modest instructions that had been the constitutional conventions original charge under this New Jersey plan this week, New Jersey plan, the United States would remain a confederation is basically, let's undo everything in the Virginia plan Madison found the New Jersey plan so tedious because the whole reason we're here Bill is that the people can't govern themselves. We've talked a lot about the fear of tyranny, and we'll return to it again for sure but the more immediate fear. These men felt meeting in Philadelphia was that the mob was the problem when Matt. Edison had learned in Virginia's a member of the assembly, according to Edward Larson and Michelman ship who edited Madison's convention constitutional convention papers is that in legislatures politicians were not selfless patriots. Instead they were narrow minded politicians. So there was nothing inherently without evil or sin in state politics. Madison had also made a patient study of the books contained in two trunks sent to him by Thomas, Jefferson his historical. Studies of Athens and other failed democracies had convinced him that the tendency of federal systems was quote, rather to anarchy among the members then to tyranny in the head in the federalist papers Madison wrote in all very numerous assemblies of whatever characters. Composed passion, never fails to rest, the sceptre from reason later Madison outline this idea in a letter to Jefferson in our government's the real power lies. Is in the majority of the community and in the invasion of private rights is chiefly to be apprehended not from the acts of government, contrary to the sense of its constituents, but from acts in which the government is the mere instrument of the major number of the constituents wherever there is an interest in power to do wrong wrong will generally be done and not less readily by a powerful and interested party, then by a powerful and interested prince as Jill Lepore points out in these truths. The word democracy retained a negative connotation in this period. Just as a monarch would become corrupt by putting his will and desire for power over the common. Good so too could the people through a majority faction takeover legislature, the people being selfish power hungry and just as impulsive for their low Eames could stuff the system even legislative based system full of disease momentum themselves Benjamin Franklin was on this beam to he said we have. Been guarding against an evil. That old states are the most liable to excessive power in the rulers, but are present danger seems to be defect of obedience in the subjects the mob or factions as medicine called it had a particular economic impact. It could push the legislature to pass laws to print money to pay back debts or to grant property all of which pitted. The majority against the minority or the property holders who are in the minority. We can't make this detour here, but there is an important avenue of constitutional scholarship in this neighborhood. That's contained in Charles Beard's economic interpretation of the constitution written in. I think nineteen thirteen that basically argued that the framers were essentially business interests. Yes, they were public-minded. But it wasn't all about the belief of the Benjamin. It was also about the measurements. Here's what beard rights just to give you a taste of this. Because the idea that the mob had an economic impact the way Madison saw it, which is essentially the mob could get the legislature to print the money. You pay us the money to pay back your creditors. But the money is essentially useless because they just printed. It has no value. Here is the kind of economic flipside argument just to taste of it before we moved back to talking about the executive this beard, the movement of the constitution. The United States was originated and carried through principally by four groups of personal now interests which had been adversely affected onto the articles of confederation colon money public securities manufacturers, and trade and shipping. It was the work of a consolidated group whose interests new know state boundaries and were truly national in scope. So that's the other set of economic interests supporting the views in Philadelphia, so they weren't all entirely about rights and freedom and separation of powers in this isn't that there were people had an economic stake in an orderly national system, they of course, would argue. There's nothing wrong with that only until you have an orderly national economic system can you have a prosperity. And we'll let them go off and argue that at the bar later, our chief danger arises from the democratic parts of our constitution. Said Edmund Randolph of Virginia during the debate over whether the national legislature should be elected by the people or by state legislatures Roger Sherman, according to Madison oppose the election by the people because he said people quote want information and are constantly liable to be misled L bridge, Gary jumped right in quote, the eagles we experienced flow from the excesses of democracy. The people do not want virtue, but are the dupes of pretend patriots. They are daily misled the most painful measures and opinions by the false reports circulated by designing men, and which no one on the spot can refute Edmund Randolph continued to provide a cure for the eagles under which the United States labored that in tracing these evils to their origin. Every man had founded in the turbulence and follies of democracy that some check therefore was to be sought against the tendency of our government's why. So many examples of these founders gathered in Philadelphia talking about the mob. Well, it's worth keeping in mind. This idea when you hear a pundit in our modern world say that a politician is doing something that would seem otherwise crazy in order to play to his or her base or a pundit who says it's okay that a politician is doing something insane because it appeals to his or her base. What they are saying is the politician is not acting in the common good. But for other reasons and that they pay no penalty for doing this because their supporters are okay with it. That's exactly what Madison was worried about. So when you hear pundits say, well is based likes it retrain your ears to hear these words as the framers would as Madison would on guard for perversions that allow self-gratification power seeking an impulse feeding. But gussie it all up by saying that the people want it Madison would think an argument the base loves it wasn't argument against what the politician was doing not support of it. So as you've retrained your ears. This idea that the base loves it would be to Madison like pundits saying of a person with psoriasis of the liver waiting for the liquor store to open. His drinking shirt does satisfy his addiction to high proof liquor. Legislators could not withstand popular pressure from factions which Madison described as quote, United and actuated by some common impulse of passion or of interest adverse to the rights of other citizens or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community, a president serving one term only or selected through some means other than by choice of direct democracy, and therefore not beholden to the faction for his future was to Madison and others the key break against momentary passions that might rush into the national legislature, which would have a portion of it. That was created by a representation of the population. James Caesar writes about this being a part of the framers intent in his book, presidential selection, theory and development, Caesar writes, one such attribute of the presidency and a crucial one was the ability of the president to withstand popular pressure when it conflicted with public good so spent some time here on fear of the mob. Because when we think about the creation of the executive, it is not only the energy the executive needs to do x y and z as they saw it. But also, the counter-balancing, and I should say also we we think of the executive is being something that needed to be checked. But it was also playing an important checking power, but this should cause you to raise your hand. What does it mean for a president to be guardian of the public good and who determines if that can skill can be contained in one, man? Well, we'll get it. This later determining whether a president is in sync with public good is essentially what elections are about we determine if the president is in sync when it comes election time, but the public good is also different than the. Public mood. Of course, we which is the point we just made at some length knowing the difference between the public good, and the public mood is, of course, our task as reasoned members of of the American scene. The public moon might be against sacrifice needed to balance the budget, but the future population might be sunk if that mood is catered to so the public good might be to take the sacrifice or engage in the sacrifice necessary. The public mood might not want to see the momentary higher energy costs as Bronco Barack Obama predicted when he ran for office that he said would be the price of environmental policies that combatted global warming. So the public mood might not wanna see higher energy prices, but the planet becoming a crispy spinning nugget. But how does the president know how to sublimate his personal impulses and not listen to the crowd when he's in office. Well, the president knows because he is a person of virtue who came up through system that valued for. Virtue and only promoted people who had the virtue balancing skill or who believed in the institutions at some level that were installed to break the repay shis activity of politicians, but we're kind of getting ahead of ourselves. Because the next stage in our drama is how the framers came up with this checking function. A president checks the mob. But the president himself must be checked or herself must be checked and kept on the beam not to make it a job that simply required virtue. Because if the president was a check on the legislature, what were the checks on the president? Who's checking the checker what should be the institutional and systematic, and what should be character a logical, which is to say contained in the stuffing, the president and his shock res- bring to office to channel collective reason to protect an advanced progress, the founders sought a balance between the emotionalism of the mob and the general unruliness of the mob and the liberty stopping efficiency of the monarch that man to government built on conflict, constraint and compromise. And not merely efficiency efficiency was actually a concern as Jeffrey Rosen of the constitutional center put it in the Atlantic. The governmental system, the founders created was quote a series of cooling mechanisms intended to inhibit the formula. Action of passionate factions to ensure that reasonable majorities would prevail. The point of the system is Justice Brandeis later observed was quote, not to promote efficiency, but to preclude the exercise of arbitrary power. This has led many presidents to complain about how long it takes to be effective and to complain at the public does not understand that they are not magicians president Truman is one of my favorite speakers on this point aside from the impossible administrative burden a president has to take all sorts of abuse from liars and demagogues he wrote in a letter to his sister. The people can never understand why the president does not use his supposedly great power to make them behave. Well, all the president is is a glorified public relations man who spends his time flattering kissing and kicking people to get them to do what they are supposed to do. Anyway, that's it for this. Second part of our I think it'll be three part. Let's. All it three part of our three part episodes on the creation of the presidency at the constitutional convention in Philadelphia in the summer of seventeen eighty seven. We'll have our next episode in a couple of weeks. We would love to hear what you think leave us a review on the tune store. It helps us spread the word raises the rankings of the show, which is something. We know our family monitors is a way of determining whether the host has any real value in the world. It's also tremendously affirming, Wendy. Reviews come in. And they're nice. Stop producer is Jocelyn. Frank, managing producer of slate podcast is June Thomas, Gabe Roth is the editorial director of audio are whistle. Stop crackerjack researcher and in house historian, Ryan Rosen wall is one of the editors in chief of made by history. Washington Post history section. Elizabeth Hinson is the master manager research and patient spirit in the Google document. And thanks to Alan paying him CBS radio who helps make this episode. And basically every episode happened on the CBS end. Thanks to all of you out there for listening. I'm John Dickerson of CBS news. I'll be back in a few.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Men. Never want most fact check finding. Hi. Ya. Monico was fast as lightning. Peter do, and we will fact check finding. Monica was fast as light name do do do I loved that another for another arm cherry request. I have a question about these requests. Okay. Are they when they request? Are they telling you what to say sometimes? Yes, sometimes, no. In this case? Yes. They took the time to actually write out the what lyrics I thought they did such a good job related. Predominantly, they don't do that. That's why so many of them stink when I knew them. Pairing? Yeah, you're doing it on the fly of wide, really checking to see if the syllables match. Oh, the rhythms there, no rhymes anymore. Now. Molly human. This person did a great job. It really did. I mean, the part that killed was Monica was fast as lightning. Everyone was fact check finding delete in the league to the Monica was fast as light mean they even added the high enough. In fact, this is from Anthony Melle Donata Mel Donau Mel DeNardo now do not. Oh on Twitter, Anthony, Melvin nano. Thank you for the now. DeNardo. Oh my God. There's even a heave -cluded up of video with the lyrics. I can't touch announced screen. Yeah, this ant, Tony really thought this out, and I thank you, Tony, Tony, Tony, Tiggy you know, I'm nervous that I know this person really because someone in my high school last name was Maldonado and now I can't remember what his first name was Mark so knows not. Oh, okay. Sure. Anthony doesn't go. Oh, by Mark Kay, a lot of people named Anthony. Go by Mark. That's true. It's a common nickname Komen. Do you understand you use? You blew right. Pass it in the intro that you're saying Philadelphia wrong says you. Well, no says says, Pfaff ax, does it fruit. That's true. And says, spelling. Tomato tomato, all Philadelphia. Philadelphia, I guess I'm like wondering where the or came from why you're Philadelphia noses filled Delfi. What are you say? Rob? It's Philadelphia with the e. Oh, forgive me for breathing. I'm sorry, everyone in phila- belt Dale FIA toil. Your testy. Rob? Yeah. Robbie, rob, not wabi. Sabi. Different. Rob, rob mcelhinney. Yeah, he is a hard last name to spell. It's nearly impossible incredibly hard to spell bell. Spelt it wrong ally, and I'm very good at spelling, brag ember, one. Okay. So he said he said he thinks was one hundred. There's been a hundred sixty episodes of always sunny. There's been a hundred and forty four. You know, what is he probably sixteen in the Cam now at this includes the ten for the season also. Okay. Just one more attempt to defend him 'cause alum so much. They I think they ordered three seasons at once. So in his mind, he probably knows they're doing once. I don't know. That's my guess. But anyways, one one forty. What'd you say mon- forty, four pretty darn good guys. Yeah, pretty good per damn presses in do some quick math that seventy two hours of content to many to seventy two one forty, four. Oh, is it half hour to half hour at at legal drama. Okay. So you said Larry, David made eight hundred million dollars. His net worth was rumored to be eight hundred million. Okay, so it's not like that wasn't his like sick when openness mail mailbox and have a check inside that said an owner. Now he didn't earn eight hundred ninety do get checks like that because the way they sell syndication is they'll sell like a five year blocks indication in some. Like I remember the one I remember was was seventy show the first cycle sold for like seven hundred eighty million dollars. People get checks for hundreds of millions of dollars, but he was on Howard Stern and Howard asked about that rumor and he said, the reports are insane in. It's nothing like that. It's not. It's not nearly that amount. It wouldn't say exact numbers, but he said it's so untrue. Half of it went to his divorce. Okay. All right. Do you think he is a lot of money though? Yes, I think Larry, David has a lot of money I do, but it's good for me to say that because eight hundred million is a rumor, and he has saying that's not true, but he also he's including, of course his net worth is how much money. And so he is not that I heard was like he made eight hundred million on Seinfeld, right? That's not free. No, that's the whole point what I'm saying. He didn't make eight home. Same Howard said you're rumored to have one hundred million dollars, and he said, that's crazy, isn't even close to it. I gave half to my wife. Your your net worth is rumored at eight hundred million is what he said. Yeah, then that's that was the rumor. It wasn't like you. He the rumor? Was he made that on Seinfeld? Rumor I heard was that he made on a million dollars on Seinfeld. Okay. That's not the. That's not the universal. We both could be correct right now. So he could made PHI. He could've made eight hundred million dollars Seinfeld. He could've given half of that money to his ex wife. And then Howard said your net worth is were is eight hundred million. He go, no, that's not even close to my net worth is because it's half of that because he gave half to his wife. So all things could be true. His net worth can be not nothing. Confirming that he made eight hundred million on Seinfeld. Paul k. Great. Okay. So he left after the seventh season, and then he came back to write the series finale ler David. James Gandolfini was thirty seven when when the pilot aired of sopranos awhile guy thirty seven not rhesus. Sorry. Rob, you know any minded insane. You just said he was thirty seven when aired could have been thirty so when they shot it. Yeah, that's all. That's all I know. Okay. So you said the reason that we aren't attracted to our siblings is due to some olfactory sense in there was a study into thousand seven. It looks like the about this and but they that was with animals. They tended to avoid mating a based on recognizing specific smells, but they couldn't really. They couldn't really attribute that to humans. So there's this west or Mark hypothesis, which is a Finnish sociologist, who I noted in in a book published in eighteen eighty nine that children reared together do not often end up being sexually attracted to each other. It was like the first person to say that and there's different hypotheses. This of why these different cues. Like if you saw, if you saw that person getting reared by your mother, then you then that's like a cue. That's a cute not be attracted, but then they said that it would only work for a first sibling. So this, but for younger siblings who would have no opportunity to make this operation. Another Hugh might be the amount of time spent living with another child was interesting. Now, granted, I wasn't scenario for Wong, but I definitely was attracted to my stepsister. Then I observed all those things. I've served my mom carrying for her and not like nursing, not like from infancy and intimacy didn't nurse my steps. Right. I think that's an indicator of why this does make sense because that person just came in to your life. You didn't see them. You didn't grow up with them, and then all of a sudden they became attractive to you. We'll even I was attracted to her at school and she became. My stepsister. Oh yeah, this is nothing loudest. And this is now in the case of the Israeli Hibbert sim, collective farms kibbutz kibbutz. Didn't Seth say he is that we? Yeah, parents lived on a kibbutz Ciano. Well, in this case, children were reared somewhat communally in peer groups based on age, not biological relation study of the marriage patterns of these children. Later in life revealed that out of the nearly three thousand marriages that occurred across the system only fourteen were between children from the same peer group of those fourteen none had been reared together during the first six years of life. This result suggests that the west remark affect operates during the period from birth to the age of six also supports my olfactory theory. I read. Do around all these people. So they imprinted even though they weren't biologically related. Printed the people around nonstop, right? So, yes, this is room, we members, but but it might not have to do with it might very well might have to do with the smell or just might have to do with what they're saying. Proximity. When proximity during this critical period does not occur. For example, when a brother and sister are brought up separately, never meeting one another, they may find one another highly sexually attractive when they meet as adults at a lessening according to the hypothesis of genetic sexual attraction, and a lot of pornos that are out there. Sure, sure. Why not? Save. Can you think I've talked about it on here? I don't think so. Have I said not generally interest in pornography. I can't buy into the fact that the women are actually see saying on this episode. Oh, no, a home. It's funky. Okay. There you go. Yeah, I don't really like porn, but you have like a Goto that you go. You like a video? I mean? Oh, no, no, no. There was there was a video at one point I would circle back to because it reminded me of sexual encounter. I had had. It wasn't really the video itself as much as it reminded me of real of it. Oh, how do people do that? Do do people have a video that's like their video, their will onto where they can watch it in their head and stuff I, I can't really speak for. I don't think so. I think it's all about like quantity. Okay. Is it just got away any now? Like in the old days when you're younger yet, you get your hands on one or two porno tapes. Rhino VHS, porno tapes. So then yes, they probably you had a favorite tape and you certainly had a favorite scene in the. So yeah, you'd watch that scene over as one and I'd seen, yeah, couple hundred times. But now at the end, our net it's just a glut of images. Wow. Yeah, general degradation. It's rough. Okay. Steve decastro comes up a lot in this episode. Help people who is because no one you, you guys just keep saying his name, but he's just, yeah, decastro is a stunt man, stunt coordinator and director, and he stunt coordinated hit and run, and he stunt coordinated chips, but also acted in brothers, Justice, first movie, you beat me up yet. He did. I hated having to pretend I was that much of a wimp. That leads us to our next point. We're walking through the forest. Look. Another point.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on WWL

"Through the coach is on the coaching staff like those guys were complicit too and by the way i'll say this i know a lot of really good guys in college basketball coaching that i don't believe would ever do such a thing but i also know that there are four guys that are awaiting trial right now that they were like okay you give me fifteen thousand dollars you know our you know i'll keep a couple of bucks for me um you know i i'll give a couple of bucks to the family member we'll get you know room together and that is how that is why auburn basketball has two guys that have not played a minute of basketball this year it's y where i live in los angeles the anthony melle in was ruled ineligible even though by the way we're still not sure that that kids specifically his the ever actually took any money they took a meeting but i don't know if they took money but again so i'm thing to say is that it it on the basketball circle that's very much how it has happened is that sometimes it's through the a coach sometimes it's through whoever but sometimes pointblank it through the college coach that knows hey this is going to be a pro any year if i he's already going to have these meetings so if i can set it up and make a few bucks i'll do it myself and my awake at one quick thing i don't mean and truck that's the terrible thing about paul this is if you read those fbi documents it's a it's a college coach saying oh i'm gonna make all the decisions when he goes problem the guy you wanna talk to i mean of these and again it goes back to what we were saying are these the role model that we want with our kids are eighteen nineteen year old kid like it's just there's a lot of there's a lot of that people but there's a lot of good people to it's unfortunate that were kind of shedding light on the bad people but i would say this is that all the college coaches that i've talked to and maybe some of them are talking on the side of their mouth i don't.

"anthony melles" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on WWL

"Family members through but coach is on the coaching staff like those guys were complicit too and by the way i'll say this i know a lot of really good guys in college basketball coaching that i don't believe would ever do such a thing but i also know that there are four guys that are awaiting trial right now that they were like okay you give me fifteen thousand dollars you know uh you know i'll keep a couple of bucks for me um you know i'll give a couple of bucks to the family member we'll get you in a room together and that is how that is why auburn asked ball has two guys that have not played a minute a basketball this year it's y where i live in los angeles de anthony melle and was ruled ineligible even though by the way we're still not sure that that kids specifically his family ever actually took any money they took a meeting but i don't know if they took money but again so i'm saying to say is that it it on the basketball circle that's very much how it has happened is that sometimes it's through the a you coach sometimes it's through whoever but sometimes pointblank it's through the college coach that knows hey this is gonna be a pro any year if i he's already going to have these meetings so if i can set it up and make a few bucks i'll do it myself and by the way gets one quick thing i don't mean it and truck that's the terrible thing about all this is if you read those fbi documents it's a it's a college coach saying oh i'm gonna make all the decisions when he goes problem the guy you wanna talk to i mean they're these and again it goes back to what we were saying are these he's the role models that we walk with our kids are eighteen nineteen year old kids like it's just there's a lot of there's a lot of bad people but there's a lot of good people to it's unfortunate that were kind of shedding light on the bad people but i would say this is that all the college coaches that i've talked to and.

"anthony melles" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So the ufc guys are the only ones currently playing in and you know they they have cleared uh cleared those guys one of them is in value but rightist injured uh but us she lech him as he met to play over the weekend after after just determining that the uh he was he was cleared so they're having been repercussions have not been uh very widespread from from those names and of course you know d anthony melle new the other usc kid who's in he he hasn't played all season and has now withdrawn from school's gonna you know enter the nba he was also uh caught up in it with their assistant coach they were cleared cleared by whom the school or the internal rules okay the schools uh you know and that was the case if you saw a water coaches uh around the country poonch you know what duke uh it is certainly there's players every where abb's sad you know we we check with our compliance folks in and were were good we think our our player should play so i don't know that anybody was held out over the weekend because of the names be uh associated with the yahu reports so at least at this point lead the fallout seems to be minimal it's interesting job because i've heard and read some speculation that maybe schools who think that there might be penalties or sanctions down the road have just decided you know what if rome is going to burn that.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"The pastel law recovered all the way up the board for the warriors including for food nine did they are still alive for the warriors in this cloud as loud as a two goal evening rule in westbrook for to read all round and no good ground god target foot fetish here's durant guess anthony hill pull up twenty from the right that bears adams tip nick yang as the rebound for golden state two and a half left in the third gives it to curry drive under the basket swingset to yoyo the right mic young drives the elbow shoots from fifteen and missiles and adams says the rebound it's a two westbrook motoring it'll be fun course lungs if the young chuck's it up short rebound nick young got players all over the poor russell westbrook at sows up pachulia fall on a here's curry on the other end a whistle before they shot foul on the floor against golden state let's who westbrook is still down sit up he's got his hands on lovely i think he jay gay lunatic he knows there was a a bob dole amid said he doesn't after rush the pulling them up now djerba grand helps them up alex agreed his fair got openended loyal and then pachulia land on top of that left leg muscles from team gene gene part of stop speculating on injuries to hear mets super buried julian road theor so we took monthly concerns losing new cheaper ucs warriors goes on hearing it will be side out for golden state kevin durant and steph curry of scored nineteen of allies 21 golden state forms steven adams to the badge bag carried quick triggers final go and rebounded by anthony melle westbrook's fine because you've accelerating flood court clyde patrick patterson and a.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Back on track if they go three into they'd be sitting at five hundred uh lucy with nine thirty so with seven that they'd have four games left in conference and uh you know they they should be okay i would figure they'd be able to split with the oregon schools and the the guys from up north you're guys of course evert took them out '86 77 palo alto and that's the closing game one march third new knows bobby early mean need that one against the cardinal to finish at five hundred or above five hundred in the pac 12 casey last thing uh give me a surprise or two couple of teams that have come in the casey jacobsen radar now an aid may be these guys can do some damage may there may be there are a possible sweet sixteen sweet sixteen team are there any of those teams on your radar now that may be worn a few weeks back or a team like you a reprieve recall now you know law ordering harnoncourt anthony melle bernard uh from the treaty room because of that fbi probe there are starting to play like the team that was ranked in the top and start it really good point guard jordan mclaughlin if they can get into the time thing us he is pretty painter uh no maybe he uh in in other com the big twelve is so loaded and and you know you talk about oklahoma in west virginia west virginia as a team that a struggling right economically in must three of the last four can i still believe that there are a final four contender um you know ththe defense dax their miles jr is really struggling uh he's one of their cars their senior guards has not played well lately they need him if he round in the form i think west virginia is going to be as good as anybody and our key mike ohio state uh in the big time cater bates the up getting seen them play a hybrid forward uh can really he can also take guys down low in the post allows these can be surprise team i believe they finish either second or third in the big ten right now uh by perdue been awesome for the house data looking that nobody thought would be any good.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Rush colmes scrambling left still on his feet matzek gone it's popping out of bounds ah leaping grab by pollard but he was well out of bounds will stop the clock with 243 the play poop memphis with the ball on its own forty four i was days doing a really nice job you're this fourth quarter of getting pressure on rally ferguson right there was jamal johnson flushing out of the pocket they've really done a fantastic job here at brought a little more pressure will see if they stay with their pressure schemes because again in the first half we talked about it it was a rush three a drop eight halftime adjustment was bringing more pressure on rally ferguson 243 to go in the fourth quarter finished down by one with the ball on the forty four ferguson at depot over the adults overthrown intended four miller throwing against that win was ferguson it'll be seconded to and miller hata's step on the tape post battered on iowa state defense you wonder ferguson was actually pressured right there by willie harvey wasn't able set his feet make the throw he had miller for a big play a possible touchdown but just overthrew by two yards let me just tell you after watertable anthony melle overthrowing him as a tough thing to do as with that kind of speed or receivers on the field the ball on the forty four tigers down by a point murgesan lips to the right side deflected incomplete out of bounds and it'll be fourth and ten were to thirty to to go never decision right here four might nor velayat fourth at ten with two time outs remaining at your own 45 garland and they're not even thinking about their keeping the offense on the field i think it's the right call to the way the deep at smith point today this is this is the the girl that brought you hear right your offered you've got the secondbest authors in the country you give him a shot to say on the field and pick up the first down i like it i was stake twenty 21 memphis 20 to 30 to to go in the fourth memphis faces fourth intent on its own 44 ferguson.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

"Oh please you're usc you get him back but it's anthony melle he was a player very much on the rise age he we saw him continuously improved her out throughout high school and certainly didn't know who's going to have the impact that you would have with a trojan jessica freshman but he proved himself is a bona fides hugged combo guard in and big time defender and ten of player that really projects wealth the next level given competitiveness as athleticism is improvement offensively ability the play on knocked the ball i his develop minutes shooter we have seen him this year we but having had wash them for the last three four plus years i know the jump that he made every single year so i'm just going to go ahead and assume he will or would if he does not play uh make that same job as a sophomore that certainly is safe betis obviously a very talented and the kids at you you've been watching for quite some time i remember you told me to see him two years ago i think we went to watch brennan williams made yet net played on the same crap be uh at goes he will josh man i appreciate your time and no euro area a busy man thanks for a jumping on the sidelines bacchus appreciate you have me this is war this this north carolina they're not helping utilize his timed regularly with the guidelines with devon debt would like to once again thank john's gershom for taking the time out in japan on the sidelines podcast before i let you guys go i want to hit on three big topics in this week's big 3s the top three players in the updated two thousand eighteen player rankings over at 247 sports someone to stick with a similar evaluation theme in there is a new number one and that number one prospect is now duke saini cameron reddish a guy that was still in the top five previously um but i think he's done enough in has the enough upside and potential to to be that guy in sometimes in evaluating its when you see a guy and if we at updated these rankings last week rj bear would be the number one prospect in the two thousand eighteen class but i happen to see cameron reddish this weekend twice and he was borderline incredible.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now the news much puerto rico remains without our residents don't have access to running water correspondent rafael romo says there is some help on the way the us army reserve has activated more than four thousand of its members they're going to help and support local law enforcement in search and rescue efforts and also are going to help them deliver the needs that people have like food water mexico continues to experience earthquakes days after a deadly seven point one magnitude quake tumor more shook southern mexico on saturday president trump's to dave rant targeted in the nfl nba is brought swift condemnation from leads that gives them store players cleveland cavaliers superstar lebrun james calls the president a boom i'm bartnik now those bloomberg sports update will that exsoap in their season on october nineteen tailplane oklahoma city and faceoff against their former teammate carmelo anthony melle awaiting is no tree clauses index trading until the thunder in exchange for ena's kanter doug mcdermott and a 2018 second round pick but the 19th tom of the last twenty three years both for the first time since 2015 the yankees will be involved in the postseason they clinched no worse than a wildcard spot with a five one one in toronto greg burdening the goahead threerun homer in the fifth and after dealing with his injuries he's happy the team will play at least one extra game whatever your job is you've got to do you know job was better than so just to be back for me and to be a part of its aim really in and be able to support todd frazier added a solo poke sunny grape picked up his tenth win ganuly earthy haunting the mets once again is hormone in the 10th pokal three three thai as the nationals topped the amazing 43 animal wounded mad weaders also homered five pitches starter no assumed to gortat is return he was only scheduled to throw one inning matt harvey gave up three runs in his four innings the football sunday finds a johnson chance pulled pointed one big blue in philadelphia against the eagles safety lined and collins says the team really needs this one after dropping their first two games where these were the balance the move is the eagles one because the news comes to the eagles are one in one of the only two jansa playing their home opener against the dolphins college football number one.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And a good wide receiver you don't know any do you ward back from pain with tiger balm it works where it hurts a texas anm cross country runner is being told he's in violation of incidentally rules on youtube are pat piper says his because he talks about a company he owns while talking about his sport ryan trend received notice he can either promoters come benin making ecofriendly models we can talk about how he competes for texas anm as a runner but he came to both it feels like i'm getting punished for tries do great things and i feel like i'm getting punish chasing what i wanted to live texas anm athletic department has filed a waiver on behalf of trend but no decision has come from the nc aa first lady melania trump met with britain's prince harry in toronto as she was there to support american athletes taking part in the invective games i'm barton necker now those bloomberg sports update with an x open their season on october nineteen tailplane oklahoma sitting in faceoff against their former teammate carmelo anthony melle awaiting his notrade clause index trading until the thunder in exchange for ena's kanter doug mcdermott and a 2018 second round pick but the 19th tom the last twentyfour years both for the first time since 2015 the yankees will be involved in the postseason they clinch no worse than a wildcard spot with a five one one in toronto greg burdening the goahead threerun homer in the fifth and after dealing with his injuries he's had been a team will play at least one extra game whatever your job is you've gotta do your job an and at points this year my job was better than trying combat so just to be back now is for me and to be a part of an early and and be able to support out todd frazier added a solo poked sunny gray picked up his tenth win ganyu murphy haunting the match once again is hormone in the 10th pokal three three thai as an angel's topping amazing 43 animal ended mad weaders also homered five pitches for.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on KOIL

"Perspiration level uh on on the warriors or get pretty inherent recalled your constantly part of what this report on the part of the representation though isn't it look i mean i would it every day you have to be able to put this in perspective put distorted come at a very fast rate and uh i actually was not a reporter of that was doing this this was somebody that was just renting on him and i i'd all over somebody who knew what obviously i talked to private we've brings to talk about uh so i think what's happening with all of the media swirl on this is there is no media 401 they're so they're trying to create one so the lawyers anthony melle too harsh to somebody or uh i heard maybe in may or june somebody said you're kurt andresen peter and all during the wall street journal my my larger point on this and and there's a reason you don't see your name connected with any of these stories but you've been through this fire so many times that as as a lawyer for the president you don't wanna be emailing with people i mean you know you just don't want to be going with people pretty much on anything except except maybe to you and even that yeah i mean given what we know about email and so you you have ty cobb out there asking you know this this reporter if she was on drugs then motivation about taking a job in the in the white house and then he responds to me that just seems now you're not going to criticise your colleague but as i gave up with you a brilliant work and one of the best in washington all the best of my country and so i'm somebody by new mill situation destructing to do that i will tell you too that the issues or not do you know when when they make the lawyers the issue that tells you something that would signal if they're going to make a warriors the issue rather than the through the issue that you wrote me one and we're doing our job in the sense that nothing else to talk about so that would join this but i didn't hear any one inside and the legal team in any way suggest that kushner should go but there were reports that the vegas i guess this idea came cook went to.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Like maybe god is still magic anthony melle because that'll be a paper trail said that the the lakers had already been warned and then they found contact that prohibited the showed interest in the player while is a contract said they were they've done it after being warned not to do it delivered the warning was magic johnson on jimmy kimmel beal and why i love you gift paul george like magic not not an analyst anymore you can't say stuff like that you don't exlaker liquor president right now i can't say things like that one of the story what touch on i'll lamella ball is the younger brother of lonzo ball the lakers guard love our ball of course this caricature of a person out there doing a lot of outrageous things most of the stuff that lavarra ball has done over the years whatever i i just shrugged my shoulders at his goofy is trying to build his brand he's not doing any real damage to anybody with most of the stuff he says yes he crosses some lines the things he said on fox recently was was line crosser to christie lay he there uh but it it usually is the most part harmless lavarra ball has helped his son lamella who is a 16yearold highschool player who presumably is going to play for ucla like his brothers he has helped lem melo launch his own sneaker brand with big ball their brand and that's nieker first walk us through it or ninety five dollars who is paying almost four dollars for high school player sneaker but more importantly he's playing with fire here because the nc aa frowns on this type of stuff you're not allowed to make money off yourself while you're playing for the ncb labs criticism a countless players judgments i would've loved to have his own brand right when he was playing a text sanam the duke players more over the years like these guys would have loved to have made some cash office.

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"anthony melles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"anthony melles" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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