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"armer" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

04:16 min | 7 months ago

"armer" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

"Presented by America's plastic makers. Good morning, playbook, and it's Tuesday, and today's show, a preview of tonight's State of the Union, a preview of the GOP response. Something for everyone. All right, this is your Politico playbook daily briefing. Presidential Biden and his advisers had hoped to use tonight's State of the Union address, 9 p.m. eastern, by the way, to reboot his stalled domestic agenda. But instead, the situation in Ukraine has forced the west wing to rewrite significant portions of the speech. Biden is expected to use his address to respond to criticism that he didn't act quickly enough to stop Russian president Vladimir Putin. He'll emphasize his work to build an international coalition to counter Russia, as well as imposing crippling sanctions. It won't just be a lesson in international relations, however. Administration officials say Biden will also spotlight improvements in the economy while sympathizing with the plate of struggling Americans. He'll highlight GDP growth and historic low unemployment, but also stressed that more must be done to bring costs down. That's a tricky balancing act as White House officials have come to realize. The president will want to tell achievements from the past year, but also not give a sense that he's out of touch with voters. As The Washington Post reported yesterday, administration officials have been passing around a guest essay by former Obama adviser David axelrod, pushing for button to adopt humble tones, acknowledging an ongoing quote national trauma, but not all White House aides agree with that advice. That's not the only challenge awaiting Biden tonight. Here are three more dynamics to watch. Number one, almost giddy Republicans. The GOP is ready to pan Biden's address no matter what he says. And what the president's approval numbers as low as they are right now, they'll have a receptive audience. Ahead of the address RNC chair ronna mcdaniel argued on a call with reporters that inflation cost the average families about $3500 last year. The GOP will respond with stats like that while pointing to rising crime, disillusionment with the pandemic and arguments suggesting that the president is weak on foreign policy. In the Republican response, I have a governor Kim Reynolds, who's been floated as a possible 2024 running mate for Donald Trump. It's expected to drill down another Achilles heel for Democrats. The toll that the pandemic is exacting on school kids. Reynolds is expected to talk about how she kept schools open during the pandemic in contrast with the left. Dynamic number two a reminder of unfinished business. While some democratic leaders have largely moved on from the now dead build back better plan, many lawmakers on Capitol Hill have not this morning. The house's major democratic caucuses will release a rare joint statement calling on Congress to reboot talks to pass at least some version of BBB. You can check out a copy of that statement in today's playbook. All right, dynamic number three, ongoing democratic infighting. And perhaps the first will see Biden's critics within his own party respond to his State of the Union address. When representative Rashida Tlaib, a progressive member of the so called squad, speaks on behalf of the working families party. The news of her retort can sit well with centrists like representative Josh guide armer, who told axios that to leave response, was like, quote, king your own car and slashing your own tires, interesting analogy. Meanwhile, as climate activists pushed Biden to go hard on climate change, senator Joe Manchin on Monday night called on the Biden administration to increase domestic energy production to ease reliance on Russian oil. The move which has become a central talking point for Republicans in recent days will put Biden in a tight spot between environmentalists and people concerned about prices at the pump. Here's what else we expect president Joe Biden to speak about tonight. Watch for the president to refrain BBB tonight in a four point economic plan that he'll ask lawmakers to work on immediately. As Reuters reports, quote, many of the policies he promotes will seem familiar, raising Paul grant's for education, raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour, and creating a national paid family medical leave program. But the messaging will be a bit different. The president will also call on Congress to pass legislation to help American companies compete with China, which is already in the works in both chambers. And he'll unveil new plans to address supply chain issues, driving up costs. Here's what's up in Washington today starting with The White House and 9 50 a.m. eastern, presidential Biden will receive the president's daily brief. At 9 p.m., Biden will deliver the State of the Union address. The house will meet at 10 a.m., the Senate is in today. That's.

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"armer" Discussed on "The Forum" Celebrity Podcast

"The Forum" Celebrity Podcast

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"armer" Discussed on "The Forum" Celebrity Podcast

"The two people in charge of the of the weapons was hanukkah. Tears read who was the armor in charge of the weapons of what they're in charge of is the safety of the weapons making sure that their safety use the storage of the weapons in the ammo very important role. Armers never really came into vogue until the eighties. Usually the props prop guys used them but when the scenes were getting more violent. They're using more weapons more more violence going on. They realized they needed gun. Experts on onset. Hannah's father if you're in the movie industry you definitely know who. The'll rita's. he is. One of the icons of the film industry in regards to weaponries an expert. He even gets able when he's not an armor. He gets asked to be consultant. He's just kind of like a legend. I'm sure nepotism played a role. And let's not get into the nepotism. Hollywood which is a huge deal but hannah was only twenty four years old had never had any experience and the first job she ever got was a movie with nicholas cage so she went on stoop. Rumba who is the key grip on the nicholas cage movie the old roadway which was hannes first job said that there was instances with hannah and people really complained after she wants when you bring on a weapon. You're supposed to tell the cast you have a weaponry of ama- whatever so they could be ready and be safe and everybody knows what's going on. But but she would go on set and sometimes she would just shoot the guns to check them without telling anybody so she did at once or next to nicholas cage and he went nuts and he says make an announcement screaming at her. You just blew my my up up up eardrums out. He then walked upset in a rage and went to the assistant director and says she needs to be let go. She needs to be gone and they didn't fire but she did it again. And he said we're moving too fast. I was so ticked off but we are moving too fast and she was a rookie inch. Could couldn't keep up. Another interesting situation was guitarist. Did a podcast before the old way. And here's where exact quotes. I was really nervous about it. At first almost intake the job because a wedding scher. If is ready but doing it like it went really smoothly and it will didn't go smoothly. But she said she. I did a good job in a went smoothly and everything was okay. And that wasn't the case. The other one that was in charge of the weapons of the rust is assistant director. David halls now. He was famous in two thousand and three. I believe he did one of the matrix movies He was the assistant director on the matrix movies so he he has experienced but he also has a history it said in two thousand nineteen there was actually a situation where a gun Went off on a movie he did. And the producers talked to rolling stone about it. The movie was called. Freedom's path a one of the director or one of the producer says..

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"armer" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:14 min | 11 months ago

"armer" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"But when i saw that i was like okay now the unions are going to get involved. He's executive producer on the movie also Yeah the the scab workers to the union. They're being replaced after walking off an unsafe set so many bad things so he ways that this could go on safe would be. The problem was very inexperienced as well. Yeah they had misfires earlier And i think someone else got hurt. It was just the weren't doing things the right way. In this article oppose some of these articles that armour explains when you do this you close off the whole said you double check everything nobody's round. You never shoot it at the camera or at a person like it's always cheated off to the side and even blanks can be deadly. They're still gunpowder involved. My question is why they're still using life fucking around. Just do it. Cgi now you add smoking popular everything. It looks fucking same. You don't be fucking with live rounds on a movie set. It's ridiculous that might be might be a change that comes out of this knows i mean really. It should not be i mean. Can't they create something that is like really really harmless like that makes it feel when you're acting and you're using fake gun at the giving alive round gives it a sense of anticipation you can wait it the same way so feel agree they got a whole business like come up with something a fake asca industry acting you act like fucking around in there. What the fuck come on. Tell that after sending use condoms to his. Yeah he is it not job. Yeah i mean it's a very terrible echoes of the crow and branly and how that guy you know that in that case they there were still some debris in there wasn't cleared blank win and i wonder like i saw one of the articles. You posted like alec baldwin could liability. I mean yeah. I don't know like people are going to go after. But what he do like. I just hear kylie told there was a cold gun and someone didn't tell it's not you know it's clearly orange. He pointed a gun at a new. There was a live around like what that doesn't seem about. It's weird that two people got shot like the fire more than ones was the same thing that it's just a lot of questions Still i have but like you said everybody. Everybody get sued this way out of it. I don't even know what movie was anybody else. Because people don't like his politics right. What was it like people. don't esi on. Snl he did trauma. also people don't like his politics. they that now they're coming out of the woodwork. To like this is their shot for involuntary manslaughter. He could be criminally liable for this moment. Though i mean this is really kind of a weird question even asked me wonder if them movie gets made at this point right they they committed directors alive. They shut down the set. I saw the last thing while they do investigation. So everything has been halted the armor. This lady Her father was armor On armor was hannah gutierrez. Also known as hannah gutierrez read or hannah read And she was in a video at jensen. Eccles recently showing them how to use a gun for the movie which he's in this movie. Her father's armor veteran armor fell read. So she comes from a line of armers. But somebody wasn't doing their job that day. Did you just say she comes from a line of offers. A veteran armor like she's been around this Must've been anyways that's set.

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"armer" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"armer" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Thanks it's stinks. And it was a little remnant. Well we're going to follow up the noise talking about a tragic situation with alec baldwin here because junior who the adleman lovely strong-handed edmund of our facebook group Had some comments about the incident on his movie set rust and he posted a Article about legal experts weighing in on alcohol possible liability saying while the new york post newspaper is practically tabloid rag. This is an article it says a lot of the same things. I have been saying to quickly catch everyone out. This is just a bad day at work for alec baldwin. Filming this low budget movie. The worst could ever have filming a low budget. Movie called rust And the first thing we heard when the news broke was that there was a prop firearm discharge bad and ended up killing the cinematographer Elena hutchins director of photography immediate brandon lee. Yes crow vibes when you hear something like that and injured the director so like do people got injury. We didn't know what was going on as the investigation and new things come out. It is a been a crazy story. This one article says what That's according to this affidavit. What happened so a search warrant affidavit. First reported by the santa fe reporter kind of tells you what happened thursday at this ranch outside santa fe according to the document so the guy in charge of weapons onset as you had mentioned as they're called armers or weapon masters According to this document the armourer had laid out three prop guns on a rolling cart. The assistant director handed one of them to alec baldwin telling him it was a quote cold gun. Meeting was believed to contain no live ammunition. But according to this affidavit the gun was loaded with live browns and then when baldwin pull the trigger he tragically shot her with a fucking live round and then director. Joe souza who standing behind the cinematographer also got struck and mood it now. More details of come up that has had lots of fucking bad things. The set conditions were not great. I- azi union workers had walked off the set because of these unsafe conditions. They were replaced apparently with non union people to comment on that. Because i saw that today. Yeah everybody in there. Fucking mother's going to be looking to get money out of this. Yeah who is here. Because although i doubt maybe conditions were bad do you think that really led to like a mistake with a gun. Like i feel like everyone's gonna look at this like there's so many ways that this is going to get pulled apart by lawyers get so involved in this thing like everyone's gonna be looking to get alec baldwin. Hung up like whoever. I've all the production. Everyone's everyone's gonna try to make so every was definitely tragedy..

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"armer" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

The Life of A Makeup Artist

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on The Life of A Makeup Artist

"Really really will. But i'm like deal understanding what's happening here. I don't and i have to say to you. I i also for me. This is a major league. Buffet You know i lift my live still programmed. You know having plans and you know this is what the plan looks like. What are the what are the. Kpi what's the roi here right. You could question that everybody asked you invested in a woods lit. When are you going to break even. And i've done this from place of of heart and of of of passion certainly with a business perspective for sure but it is michigan purpose driven. I product product seconds. And that for someone that you know. I just shared with you. I'm super insecure in a very vulnerable. And then i go create a brand that super personal extremist luxury price. Point is you. You have to know that. This is a major leap of faith for me. And i'm following. I think what is you know. It is the path the divine path that leads to the purpose and with the full realization of the it matters less with the results are in matters war that i'm growing in that could potentially impact and this may lead to something else so it is a real. It is a an importantly buffet trimming so can we talk about. Why did you choose To to have a premium price. I know we spoke about. Why lips right is connected to your mom and But i hold this package in in my hand and it feels it. I mean it. I can nothing that i've had before. I am absolutely in love with this. I wanna talk about the actual thought that was put into this. Thank you thank you so the that thought started from i. I never knew i. I knew that. I wanted to look concept Because it was important to my mom by never really fully knew what it was going to be a look like but the thought came. First of how a pain mitch to my mom right. How do i create something that is worthy of being anonymous to my mom in. So if i'm wanting to pay homage to to my mom or on wanting to pay homage to women so here you are you know i. I'm thinking of you. And i want to utilize the lipstick product that is going to celebrate you and is going to be were-they from me it just you know. I didn't see anything. In the marketplace that from me felt worth enough array. And that was that was the. That's the the first link of of that Of the you know idealization of creation but the other perspective was the following. I because i've been behind the scenes and and you know supporting or helping or creating many many many brands. You know how to really have a bird's eye view of the process. And i think that you do as well as name artist you. You have an appreciation for what it takes to make a a a a product and i. I have felt that in this last few years in this democratization of beauty. There's also been an over commoditisation of beauty just this onslaught you know of a lot of products and will people love beauty products. I just have failed. That they're that they're being devalued right and the reality is is that even a ten dollar retail product. That's out there is is is. The worst value is so much more than the ten dollars because the process is saying the only thing that makes the difference on ten dollars is that you're selling millions and so you can scale and get the price down but the processes the same. And i wanted to say my my point of view was beauty is worth so much more it has beyond the performance it has so much intrinsic value in so i really wanted to pay homage to the beauty industry itself and have a cosmetic product as a cosmetic product is worthy of being a statement pieces. Whereas you've been on your vanity and it is worth the of the emotion that you know that it can carry and so. I hope that you know that makes sense. It really came from place of really feeling that we could elevate the experience by and the creation started bottoms up. I didn't have a brief. That said you know like in product development. You typically have a brief and say i to do is. It's going to reach out for this. Your competitive landscape didn't do any of that. I created something like a sculptor. And you know and i thought how do i manifest. If i'm celebrating the woman how do i create a shape for civil. Why can't we have a shape that is not round or square or hexagonal and that is inspired by the female form that female torso and we set off to scope shape in a way. That could interplay so you can take out that lipstick. The exactly the entire thing and then you can play with your armor in the future with different designs. You've got this refillable products so you can take out the refill in interplay between the refills the shades the formulas that armers you know in the future in. It's personal statement on right in. I love that. That's all i in. It does click right in. Can we talk really quickly about the different textures and shade range. That you have because i am wearing. I'm wearing one of them right now. And i'm gonna put all the details and pictures for those of you. That are listening. Would like to get a a visual. It's on the page at life will make it's of course on the brand speech as well But can we talk more about your choices in the shades yet Before tell you about the shade. I wanna tell you about the formula. If i may because i thought that creating dot armor was hard. It took me for years to in three manufacturers to collaborate Because there's two hundred. Fifty feathers at are carved in their one manufacturer helped me with the design. The shade one manufacturer helped me with the mechanism of the yang yang of the armor with the lipstick and then Another manufacturer help me with the actual And there's a mirror on top. There's a magnifying near on top. And then another manufacturer helped me with the actual execution of those feather for the wing not and so it was interesting to learn that one manufacturer could not do it all and to see three competitors collaborate and. I think they collaborated because they wanted to see this manifestation into the into the marketplace something..

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"armer" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"armer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The word bold comes to mind whenever i think of him and in two thousand seventeen. I proposed a bold approach towards building in eric dolphin collection following earlier. Post i'd made on the jazz read it in how to build collections by mingas coltrane. I suggested beginners look into thirteen month or so timeframe between october. Nineteen sixty in november nineteen sixty one in those thirteen plus months. He recorded over twenty five albums worth of material both live in the studio. He recorded them as both a solo artists. Aside man to some of the giants of the day. This approach gives you different options in different contexts in which to hear his singular voice through it all. he's always golfie. He recorded several albums with mingas. Several with coltrane several with trumpeter booker. Little a couple with oliver nelson. And one each with ornette. Coleman male waldron max roach ambi lincoln gunther schuler. Ted curson george russell. In ron carter. All of them are worthy additions to your collection That was tenderly solo-sex performance off eric. Dolphins far cry and now record on the same day after he performed an ornette. Coleman's free jasim. Why did he end up all these albums. It's not as if dolphin had been a bankable star whose mere presence would sell more records. He's not michael. Jackson singing. Backup on rockwell. Somebody's watching me. He's an incredible musician. Professional whose artistic voice could not only fit within any musical situation but whose talent would set their record apart by all accounts. He's a great guy. Charles mingas called him a saint. You didn't drink or smoke or do drugs bobby. Hutcherson tells a story of a practice session prior to the recording of out to lunch with a trumpet player named andy armer apparently either thought to material to be too hard or bullshit. Mid song eddie stopped started cussing. Adolfo eighty calling him nasty. Basically told him and the band f. off and started leaving. Dolphin stopped him before he left. Told him that if you ever needed anything..

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"armer" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"armer" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"Armers not air five hundred but other lightweight body armor so and should you volunteered to get the stuff out hopefully action again he can. You can move to the side. Be formation won't even irt of. That's right as long as long as you as long as they don't hit it dead center. It won't even affect him. I you know who knows. I would hope to get some infor review but i don't think that that's probably going to happen I did send them a request so to speak or asks to see I'd because really. Yeah i'd love to have some. But i really would love to shoot some of it just to see what it does you know. Put it on a hard. I'm like a would backboard or something and see you know. But so that's out there. It's the Mantis is the name of the titanium armor plates. So you can go check him out next up. We have something that i think is cool as nothing super new Strike industries has their pocket clip. So you can't just buy the pocket clip by itself but basically this is a clip. That goes on their extended. Meg pads For their magazines Which run the m. the pocket clip by itself is seven ninety five. And then if you don't have any of their base pads there between eighteen to twenty five bucks depending on which which pistol megs you have Basically this is a little clip that hooks onto it so you can stick it in your pocket. Kind of like a what is it. The neo mag And they even they even say that they're like yeah it's not new. It's just their version of it Makes carrying that spare mag in your pocket way. easier you know and let's see. What are they have it. The mp's their emp's that is compatible with the canucks tv nine cpt ep f. F glock mags nineteen seventeen. Vp nine six. Three twenty and and full full-size So you know basically you can pay thirty bucks and you can get this to carry a extended magazine in your pocket. Basically you know th. They're cool ideas. I like it You know it's screws on plus their their base pads also give you a few extra rounds depending on which which version you have. I guess rob tony. I'm looking at in the. Yeah it's like a. it's a magazine clip. But you know how much i just wanted to see. How much stuck above your pocket. Oh they know. I'm trying to think if you scroll down on their webpage it. The magazine probably stick. Okay i see man. They made see when i did this. And and set everything up. I was reading everything through my phone. So i didn't see how swallow words now i'm looking at my lifetime. Yeah this is barely discernible. That's anything you who knows what you think this is. Hollywood needs to notice. He somebody his how. How secure is it. How how will hold it in there. And how tough is going to be a dramatic out. It's how much is it going to eat. Your pants is he gonna like you know some of the some of the knife knives. Go go on because right now yet. Another excuse to hold up the clip to my launch thirteen. It's not doing any damage to the pants. That have not been wearing among different things so i mean that dude is not expensive. Put it on drums on. See what the problem is again. It was like less than eight dollars the end. And if you need to buy one of the meg base basis for it. Like i said they're like eighteen to twenty five bucks depending on. I was actually thinking of buying one of these but i need there there. Emp extended magazine played for glock. Well they're out of stock. Of course. I'm like of course because expect. Yeah exactly. I'm like well. Maybe next time but i was like this. I liked the idea. And i'm like you know for thirty bucks or whatever complete. I'm like yeah. I mean it's not like you need a bunch of them. I mean one. Put it on a glock. Seventeen round mag for in my case and you get twenty rounds or whatever and goes in your pocket so they boogers like me who carry a ruger elsie. Nine s just the extra magazines in my cargo pockets. Just put an extra an extra elsie. Nine in your other pocket right. Yeah i mean new york. Reload quicker aren't skippy. So that was the strike industries. Emp pocket clip next up for you ruger pcc shooters. Franklin armory has come out with their pcs one binary trigger for the nine pc forties amazon is to ninety nine ninety nine which makes it one of their less expensive binary triggers Basically it gives you there three position. Switch it kind of goes in front of. It's it's kind of weird. You'd have to see to see where it fits in your pc nine trigger housing. Of course they're safe semi fires one round and then the binary fires one round on the poll and one round on the release. Of course if you hold it back on and it's on the binary and all you gotta do is flip the selector back to safe and then when you release the trigger. It won't fire the normal normal which is always a good thing with binary triggers if you can do that because sometimes maybe you don't want to shoot that extra round or need to other than that. It's pretty much dropping. You take your old trigger out and put this baby in. If you're into binary triggers franklin armory makes this one and a bunch of others Binary triggers him now before they banned and they may they may not you never know but they're out there it's another one for. There's a lot of ruger pistol caliber carbines out there now. Pc carbon so you know tony well rob of said something so i just As far as i'm concerned you buy trigger if you want to learn to run and have fun with dang thing but what i want to say about. What was the other two items. we just talk about. I guess i let it slide train with stuff. If you get a plate put it on and go run. Your guns would move around with it and you'll find out how heavy it is. Maybe maybe you need to start working out with it. Because that's what i found out that play kicked my butt but you know out with it and as far as what was the oh the clips pocket play. Same thing could work drawing them out. Man you don't wanna be the guy fumbling around you might as well not have one if you're gonna fumble with it. This thing is set up for you to use easily train. Would it so you can do smooth reload because you got equipment. Don't be the guy that buys stuff still has no idea how to use the thing about like the armor and even the pocket clip is. You can put your armor on. Put your clip in dry. Fire chain mags. You know you can do it all at the same time. You can run around your house. Now you're saying you don't have to practice with it with loaded. you can do dry fire. You can practice with it and your bedroom. Just for the love of god. Make sure you verified by times with the guns unloaded in the magazines loaded exactly. 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"armer" Discussed on TV's Top 5

TV's Top 5

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on TV's Top 5

"The is the same but bigger united still. You're still just china. Make good staff and have a nice time doing it and it's really really lovely to have more opportunities Letting any of his have any time for anything else takes takes havi. It's a right to lessen to fill until lesser so. I'll do kotla gig at night. And that's probably a united stand standoff at night and when we finish out when i might say look at the other things nicely done that being said. You've mentioned your love of them up at several times in this conversation and that is a property that they've always for i would say the past twenty five thirty years had difficulties knowing exactly what to do it. So if someone says hey. Emmy nominee brett goldstein. Here are the muppets. What would you like to do with them. That's i would just let that conversation to happen. That's the last thing on my bucket list there. Three things left-armer bucket list now one jump havoc lighting way with damascus. That's the t- things left. I mean there's a tad contact picturing some very right here. The listeners will draw but continue. Okay for this. it's still. I will tell you what i would do with him because i. I'd very much like to have that conversation then. I would love to wear them up. I think i've my dot ca. I think i've been trying to accept this into the wild since day. One which is why am tunceli. Have i think i bet likes.

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"armer" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"armer" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"For the billy zane. Pay me like when i. I'm i was trying to rack my brain and i think the earliest memory of being in a movie theater. That i have definitely wasn't my first movie. I saw a theater But it's the first one i can like have actual memory of Was pocahontas And i remember it because my dad Being a single father of two you know my my parents started taking care to kids. Listening fell asleep during the movie and he snores loud to wake him up a few times on us and when we left all he could keep talking about was how beautiful he thought. Pocahontas grant us. Just like that's. I would marry pocahontas in a heartbeat. Alright that's problematic in like thirty years. Whatever you man so but my candy that are has as much as a resource is like my favorite candy of all time. It changes when i enter that movie theater door. There's something i specifically need and it's red vines. I need red vines. When i get into it like fuck popcorn everything if i had to pick one it would be a pack a red vines hundred guy. Well okay all right. I just because a. I can't think of the the word for it. But think of this. This movie matchup. I went to the drive in with addams family and the rocketeer they were together. You imagine was in nineteen ninety-one when they first came out. When like this when you were born tom anyway tom. You have the next question and paying attention to the chat. I has true and some of these questions are from last time. See we answered all the questions baby. We get noon pro. Are them questions now chat. Yeah and as soon as questions. This actually i think corey and josh and maybe caitlyn could answer this Is from cogan more serious question. Did any of you play classic world of warcraft. And are you going to try. Burning crusade classic. So we'll the war craft classic for those you don't know is a release of the original. Vanilla will the warcraft. When it first came out basically released its you can play it without all the expansions. All the updates all that kind of stuff No i i am not of the of the you know people who missed the game without all of the quality of life. Updates i i. There are so many things. They've added to the game like dungeon finder raid finder the ability to have like certain armers where he level up so it takes the grind away a little bit. I don't have the time or the patience to play vanilla again. I'm not saying it's bad just not made for someone like me. Who is like. They lowered the mount speed. The mount writing level so it used to be like level. Forty you get your first mount now. Twenty so like i. It's just there's a lot to quality of life changes that they've made this game. That has like thank god. That's there and i don't. I did play during burning crusade back in the day. That's when i started playing. And i remember trying to form yet. Now it's ten. Because they deliver squish. But i i remember trying to form parties just to dungeon and it would take like thirty minutes to get people together for dungeon. And now you sign up for raid finder. In five minutes. It throws you in a dungeon with everyone together. And you're like this so Yeah i i had to off to you. If you play that..

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"armer" Discussed on Beyond The Scores

Beyond The Scores

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"armer" Discussed on Beyond The Scores

"And i mean i mean even to to break this stranglehold that angel celtic had been you know if many people nobody. He was auburn dean. You won the cup winners. Cup beat the thirty two one and the final and then the finals beat by a munich. And and i was a boy. I was a ballboy that night when the by and he's a fantastic thousand and you know the success of this has been incredible and and these early days you you know. Why the why. He's just detail he knows evident than even going. Watch games all over. Scotland even at your games and always learning and went onto scheme. I think the best manager is not outdoor. And i think you're very elite or be is your game and of course. It is very famous on across the sex gordon. United leaving grateful. One of the biggest newborn genes that They had me you indicated and now naked have Your surprise though the sex guardian well the member of the day he last it was almost like it was a funeral. The stadium between the stadium and everywhere in and he laughed and it was like so dull and depressing. And we'll have your new jersey went the member. He took over the manchester united team. That was really struggling and they weren't doing well at all and yeltsin meet some changes. Go the old plans but on the young ones and he was quite close to get sucked in after a couple of years. I think it was a couple game if they lose that game numerous where he was going to get but and i just think it's so much belief in these players is a perfectionist. And i think he you probably deserves their six jesse hunt and saw left left. The joined rangers. We won six league. Thanks and get into this majority of the vance and noble it into the statue on the state of just looking for what and how specialist moving those nita under the rangers. It's hard for me at the start. Based on the fact. That and i left armer dean and the one of the biggest rivals is angel. Swipe wasn't very popular with people birdie and but it was still remember walking into the room. And maybe you guys have had these guys but mark haley's ally mccoist. Golf's andy goram. Chris rooch and all those things i just couldn't believe am the qualitative vietnam. I honestly myself at the start..

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"armer" Discussed on Bending The Bracket

Bending The Bracket

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"armer" Discussed on Bending The Bracket

"So i don't know what we really expected there He made some freshmen mistakes. That i would expect. But there's no excuse for the defense to lay an egg for all intents purposes. This team was not good beginning to end yesterday. This team was not good. The line doesn't protect quarterback The defense gives up a ton of yard attract me every time he plays defense I don't know what to expect at this point. There's one winnable game left-armer schedule and only think they're going to win that game against arkansas. They're talking about going to las vegas bowl. I don't even know what that is. So i i think this is. It's throwing to tell it is what it is They they're not good. This is not a good team in look. Yesterday is direct result of coaching. when you don't compete that's coaching. You can blame athletes all you want. But when they don't compete they get blown out. Forty eight to eleven. that's coaching. Yeah that's the first thing. I thought about was the inconsistency this season blowing teams out getting blown Like you said there were a couple of close games but Overall i don't. I don't think the coaching is doing what it is supposed to do. And i still go back to How good is coach He's good there's no doubt he's good. I just don't think he's elite and i. I've always thought he was a seven eight win coach. Of course in a full season you know so you go eight four thousand five something like that and i. I still think that's what he is. I just think he had some excellent players last year specifically the quarterback and And we'll see you know. I don't have any ill will towards him. I hope that he can repeat what he did. Last year. get some really good recruits in there and do it again But only time will tell right. And i don't. I'll push back a little bit on that. Because i don't i'm not gonna run lead. I don't know how good he is or isn't He came in in the interim position after lavar miles and he did very well with that team. Despite the loss against troy he put the team back together and they performed very well to finish a year. He gets fulltime job. Bonds joe burrow and. He's a third string quarterback at ohio state. See something in him to else all brings them to lsu and then knows what kinda coach needs to go get force quarterback and goes and gets joe brady. Who's nobody ever heard of was a no-name coach in the nfl and bring lsu and he just balls out in the..

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"armer" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

Bangarang Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"armer" Discussed on Bangarang Radio

"Is great. ARMERS ONLY DOT com. God while I wonder you know I'm GonNa make a pop punk pop punks only pop punk dot com or something. Make some money off of that. said, there was like that. I feel like that's out for sure it probably does. It probably does somewhere. Alright, well, Jake you so much for your time man this was this was a blast and I'm glad that you're doing well, and that you know you guys are still releasing new music during the pandemic and everyone so far seems to be doing well so. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me on man. I. Like I started it, it's just awesome to catch up with you. Just talk a little music can. Escape. The the weird world of the corona virus living in for. For Five. Yeah is. Definitely. definitely such a bizarre time. But yeah, I'm glad we could catch up as well. So. But yeah. Keep in touch man and we'll have to left to do this again when all this is this. Thing is said and done. Definitely Front. Definitely down. Thank you so much jake knew Ling of joyful for being on. Once again, it was so much fun.

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"armer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"armer" Discussed on KTRH

"Com and I'm quite Lewis you're listening to ground zero it used to be that being woke men something now it's like yeah being woke means you're just looking up the internet and and deciding that this is woken this is woken this as well but it's always some bizarre thing you know being woke is V. I'm awake I know what's going on I know the whole thing an alienated you from people but now being woke means something else is the opposite at least from what I gather it's it's been hijacked the the it's been hijacked again in the in the zeitgeist and I mean look it's okay to take the time two US alternative use any alternative views really I mean it's not gonna kill you to listen even if you don't agree it's not going to it's not going to kill you to listen and I know a lot of user Sean but you know you have to learn a lot to understand people and you have to learn a lot I mean you always say well why is it that I can't talk to people about how I feel well the reason why you can't because you don't know how they feel you say you have a little bit of understanding what they are thinking and how and and not assume you think you know what they think the river I was telling about complexity back when I did the Valentine show I said you know but you can't take a call complex human being I think we just because he's a conservative in a trump supporter but he thinks it everything that trump does is is spectacular or you know or or that you know you can't think that everybody's a sick a fan took to Donald Trump so you have to take the time to listen alternative views of many of us are told to pick a side in the sides we are told to choose our extreme centrism is is is down major sin politically and when one states that this is their affiliation they're told well you have no place in a war of ideologies so why do you play no one likes lukewarm milk I spit you out I've heard that before I for that nonsense before lukewarm on Lewis says in the Bible the the will you know what now I'm not lukewarm in fact I put myself in position in the middle so I can figure out what's going on on both sides so I know what not to do what not to think we what's most disconcerting is that people don't use the strength of their numbers to force an end to the oppressive homicidal status quo because they are interested in doing so I mean we'll just hashtag hashtag DHS guy found dead your best be a Clinton thing if it's a circle of death right there or the DNC guides that Clinton did it say that you know it's it's a novelty thing right now okay it's a novelty because it's safe to say that there's a conspiracy theory about everything okay and I analyze every conspiracy theory and I try to give you the best ones to analyze it to talk about let's say the conspiracy there's a bad thing I'm just saying that not all conspiracies or conspiracy there is a good thing okay but a lot of people when they hear about a conspiracy theory any but a lot of what is in the conspiracy theory our troops they don't do anything about it you know why because they haven't felt enough pain to do something about it BC suffering but I can't do anything about the suffering the suffering is inevitability or they see it as the new normal and what history we've been seeing this happen political ideologies and seem to be keen to the intellect they come up in conversation they were told it all this is such a new idea is a great idea this new way of running the government will be efficient and better for everybody yes and any monstrous regimes but if you use this type of tactic they've used populist potentially a rabid form of nationalism and they do it because they wanna make it all look good they wanted to make it feel Gordon warm and fuzzy and so good but many people who will always tell me they're waiting for that moment they're waiting for that signal they're waiting they're waiting okay it was just waiting for that moment right they they say we're gonna fight against what's happening Clyde I I just waiting for it we're hearing I buy brothers look I can also see that as with any takeover baroque ideology people resort to self preservation rather than rolling up their sleeves and rising up against it that is a fact it's obvious that this is the case because many people would rather observe nationalist groups fighting the streets against antifa then get into the fight themselves I'm one of those guys I don't wanna get in fight it's always good to sit back right armer back we had rights in Portland you know what people show up just to watch the riots it wouldn't happen about going home seriously they were there and so he said well we're going home nothing's going on because the police are still having a staring contest it was I was with occupy that couldn't be occupied.

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"armer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"armer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And one also I'm quite Lewis you're listening to ground zero it used to be that being woke men something now it's like yeah being woke means you're just looking up the internet and and deciding that this is woken this is woken this as well but it's always some bizarre thing you know being woke is V. I'm awake I know what's going on I know the whole thing an alienated you from people but now being woke means something else is the opposite at least from what I gather it's it's been hijacked the the it's been hijacked again in the in the zeitgeist and what it's okay to take the time two US alternative use any alternative views really I mean it's not gonna kill you to listen even if you don't agree it's not going to it's not going to kill you to listen and I know a lot of user Sean but you know you have to learn a lot to understand people and you have to learn a lot I mean you always say well why is it that I can't talk to people about how I feel well the reason why you can't because you don't know how they feel you say you have a little bit of understanding what they're thinking and how and and not assume you think you know what they think in river I was selling about complexity back when I did the Valentine show I said you know but you can't take a call complex human being I think we just because he's a conservative in a trump supporter but he thinks it everything that trump does is is spectacular or you know or or that you know you can't think that everybody's a second fan to to Donald Trump so you have to take the time to listen alternative views of many of us are told to pick a side and besides we are told to choose our extreme centrism is it is now a major sim politically and when one states that this is their affiliation they're told well you have no place more of ideology so why do you play no one likes lukewarm milk I spit you out I've heard that before I've heard that nonsense before lukewarm on Lewis says in the Bible good good good good well you know what now I'm not lukewarm in fact I put myself in position in the middle so I can figure out what's going on on both sides so I know what not to do what not to think we what's most disconcerting is that people don't use the strength of their numbers to force an end to the oppressive homicidal status quo because they are interested in doing so I mean we'll just hashtag hashtag DHS guy found dead your best be a Clinton thing it's a circle of death right there or the DNC guide that Clinton did it say they don't it's it's a novelty thing right now okay it's a novelty because it's safe to say that there's a conspiracy theory about everything okay and I analyze every conspiracy theory and I try to give you the best ones to analyze it to talk about let's say the conspiracy there's a bad thing I'm just saying that not all conspiracies or conspiracy there is a good thing okay but a lot of people when they hear about a conspiracy theory any but a lot of what is in the conspiracy theory our troops they don't do anything about it you know why because they haven't felt enough pain to do something about it BC suffering but I can't do anything about the suffering the suffering is inevitability or they see it as the new normal that's right history we've been seeing this happen political ideologies is seen to be keen to the intellect they come up in conversation ever told it all this is such a new idea is a great idea this new way of running the government will be efficient and better for everybody yes and any monstrous regimes but if you use this type of tactic they've used populist provincially a rabid form nationalism and they do it because they wanna make it all look good they wanted to make it feel Gordon warm and fuzzy and so good but many people who will always tell me they're waiting for that moment they're waiting for that signal they're waiting they're waiting Hey it was just waiting for that moment right they say we're gonna fight against what's happening Clyde I I just waiting for it we're hearing I buy brothers look I can also see but as with any takeover baroque ideology people resort to self preservation rather than rolling up their sleeves and rising up against that that is a fact it's obvious that this is the case because many people would rather observe nationalist groups fighting the streets against antifa then get into the fight themselves I'm one of those guys I don't wanna get in fight it's always good to sit back right armer back we had rights in Portland you know what people show up just to watch the riots and we didn't have about going home seriously they were there and so he said well we're going home nothing's going on because the police for stabbing a staring contest it was I was with occupy that couldn't be occupied check.

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