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Amber Athey: Florida Had Better Outcomes Than Most in Resolving COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Amber Athey: Florida Had Better Outcomes Than Most in Resolving COVID

"But I asked basic questions early on and was YouTube was suspended by YouTube for asking a very simple question If masks work then why are masks working It's the whole Moneyball theory of life you know if he's a good hitter why doesn't he hit good We turned out to be correct When surgical and cloth masks do almost nothing also about the vaccine We saw early on a lot of misplaced trust and said most of us I believe you included like hey why don't we just wait on the data before we fire people and stuff from their jobs Like wait on the date and see how this works out So it turns out we were right and yet we were targeted anyway again a hallmark of a growing budding chia pet like tyranny Yes and a narrative that I think was really informative in terms of how the establishment responded to people merely asking questions about COVID was the whole idea that Florida was lying about its COVID outcomes And we've recently finally received the report from the Florida inspector general's office who found that this Rebecca Jones character had unsubstantiated claims where she said that she was asked to change the death count in the case count and manipulate the Florida COVID dashboard But her claims were eaten up by the mainstream media She even was able to leverage this lie into a congressional campaign against Matt Gaetz down in Florida And we now know of course that all of that was not true and why were they so quick to pick up on what Rebecca Jones was saying because they didn't want to accept the fact that Florida had bucked all of these restrictive pandemic public health restrictions and still had better outcomes than the vast majority of the country It went against everything that they believed in in terms of controlling people during the COVID-19 outbreak

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The State of the Right After Tuesday's Elections

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:50 sec | Last month

The State of the Right After Tuesday's Elections

"I wanted to cover two things with you. One, I've got a column over at The Washington Post that looks at Republicans interested in 2024 when I come back to that, but based on last night's election results. We got a dead heat in Pennsylvania. We won't know for a day who wins. Madison Cawthorn is out, Ted bud is in, et cetera, et cetera. What is the state of the right judging by last night's results? Well, I think broadly the right is still motivated by a lot of populist energy. It's still broadly supportive of president Trump and his agenda, the Trump endorsement matters, but it might not matter all that much, and I also think we can say that the rate is definitely energized about the coming midterm election and has a real advantage in enthusiasm.

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Amber Athey: Same Story if Trump-Endorsed Candidates Win or Lose

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last month

Amber Athey: Same Story if Trump-Endorsed Candidates Win or Lose

"Primary elections huge Of course amber they want to make everything about Trump but I mean he does it get involved in this cycle He doesn't make it about himself but he chooses Some candidates who run for office and win George W. Bush He kind of stays out generally of the process He's done a few events for camp but he isn't like really dig in Donald Trump said you know what I'm not done man I'm jumping in and I'll endorse who I want when I won You know what Good for him But there's a lot on the line for him He threw a lot of his weight behind mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania And that's not just it You got Madison Cawthorn in a really hot congressional race in North Carolina will know about today and Ted Budd in the Senate race in North Carolina too So yeah these candidates have a lot on the line but a lot for Trump for Trump too Definitely And there's always this narrative that emerges after a Trump endorsed race finishes up and if he happens to have that candidate lose all of a sudden it's proof that Trump has lost his power and the Republican Party and he's not the kingmaker anymore But if you win then you get the opposite article that's talking about how the GOP is a bunch of Trump cultists So it's really impossible for him to win Even if he wins he loses In this case It's so wrong I'm really curious about the Pennsylvania race because this candidate Cathy Barnett has had a really late surge in the polls and is apparently neck and neck with Doctor Oz and Dave McCormick So I think that's the one to watch I have a couple of friends down in North Carolina right now working with Ted bud and it looks like he's going to just run away with this thing So I'll give you my eyes on Pennsylvania right now for sure

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Did Twitter's Top Lawyer Cry Over Elon Musk Deal?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Did Twitter's Top Lawyer Cry Over Elon Musk Deal?

"Vijaya got a is the chief lawyer at Twitter. This is the woman who was responsible for kicking Trump off the platform. This is also the woman who suppressed the Hunter Biden story. A very powerful attorney at Twitter. She's been a Twitter a long time, and she's in charge of the whole content moderation operation. Well, delightful report yesterday and political Twitter's top lawyer reassures staff cries during meeting about Musk takeover. She's crying. Oh, it's horrific. It's horrible. Now let's pause for a moment to think about this. She's not crying because she is being restricted. She's not crying because any of her friends are being restricted or suppressed. She's crying because she's being prevented from restricting and banning other people. In other words, this is not the weeping of the victim. It's the weeping of the perpetrator. Kind of reminds me of the scene in The Shawshank Redemption. You remember that vicious prison guard who would beat people up and enjoyed it, took a certain kind of sadistic pleasure in it. But when he's busted at the end of the movie, they go suddenly this big strong man is reduced to tears. Well, that's basically the political vijaya God is the political equivalent of this guy. And if you remember, this is a woman I've mentioned on the podcast before. She came up with a fabulous fabulous here in the sense of made up. Story about her family's encounter with the KKK. And I went into podcast one 8, but yeah, you know what? Give me the contact information. I'll verify it. Whether this story is true, dead silence, not a word. Why? 'cause she was obviously trying to get some civil rights points for herself and make it sound like she's some budding Martin Luther King and her family was like struggling for racial justice in the style of Montgomery and Selma.

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Anheuser-Busch vs Coors Brewing Company at Augusta National

Fore The People

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Anheuser-Busch vs Coors Brewing Company at Augusta National

"That reminds me of a story from Augusta national, actually. When I was playing a practice round there, it was how quiet it is. There are SK what normally. And I was there in March, the month prior for my last trip there before the masters. And you have to be with a member if you're bringing anyone to play. Jeff Knox came out and just the token Augusta national member. And we were talking and he was telling me some stories about that place. He was telling me who was on site that day. And apparently the guy that owns Anheuser Busch is a member there and Peter kurz, the guy that owns Coors brewing, they're obviously competitors, but they're both members at Augusta and they were the guy that owns Anheuser Busch was there that day. And Peter kurz had gotten wind that the guy that owns Anheuser Busch was going to be on site that day. So he called the day prior. You know where I'm going with this. He called the day prior and bought all of the Coors light on the property. All of the coolest products. He spent like $30,000 and bought all of their products and had them shipped off. So when Peter corris got there the next day to play golf at Augusta national, there was no course products. He had to drink Bud Light or Budweiser or an Anheuser Busch product. That's the kind of shit that doesn't happen anywhere else in the country. But like a little snicker ha ha, I made him drink my beer. That happens all the time at Augusta national. There's little bitty things where they run their, it's like their own government inside those gates. They have no rules except for what they want to do. It doesn't even feel like they have anyone over them. They are the rules in Augusta,

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Paul Mccartney's childhood home opens for unsigned acts

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Paul Mccartney's childhood home opens for unsigned acts

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"bud" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"bud" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"Our stunned until the start of Liza's next turn. So you guys see Callie's eyes go milky as she clutches her brain and falls to her knees. She's feeling sad. You're gonna feel dead. What is your absolute deal? Since then, Liza. I complained to the dean so many times about this behavior. How are you on a school payroll? Because he's actually a really good guy. No, he's not. In white contact. According to you, you're the worst guy. He's a great bunny bud. And now for the frog pal. Frog pal, go ahead and give me an intelligence saving throw. It's gonna do the same thing to you. You feel like a piercing headache. My intelligence save is negative one. Here we go. Wow. That's a 7. 13 damage and you are also stunned until I search next term. Always just the frog pals. Sometimes that's all people need. It's just a little pal to help him out. You have a headache. I really do. Just clutch your head and fall over. Advil. I can't. This is terrible. After Liza's turn, that is Calder's turn. Okay, so you've got this crazy bunny. He's still prone. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. So that's why you get advantage on attacks. Okay, so I want to say to this guy, that frog pal isn't just Albin's frog pal. He's all of our frock bell. Isn't that adorable? And Callie's not unstable. She knows exactly who she is. And I'm gonna kill your fucking rabbit. What? 25 and 80 15 to hit. 15 does not hit because 25 does. I'm gonna action search. There we go. 19. 19 hits. Wow, two Nat ones on the last one. Hold on. Did you hits? Do it. That is 28 damage. Caloric. Calendar finished this bunny bed. Yes. What are you doing? No, no, no. You know what? I don't need fire. Ice kills just the same. And I'm just gonna cast rare frost from. What the fuck are you doing? Let's put your brain on ice. A giant ice spike emerges from your hands and spears right through Claudia's eyes. Bunny bud. No. My little buddy bud. His tenure is over. He did actually have tenure, so that's the only way he was going to be able to get fired. Yeah. You killed him. You killed my friend, but how will you feel when you all kill each other? I don't think we were pretty bad. I think you're going to piss yourself and you're going to die. Unlikely. Yeah. Saul, that is your turn. You have this piercing headache. And you close your eyes. You try to clear your head, you try to get your mind right, and when you open your eyes, you see that you are in the halls of launch pad academy, sneaking around with Albin. You see that Albin has been incapacitated. You see he's been like,.

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"bud" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"bud" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"Guy, I guess it's a little too cool for school, 'cause you can't cast fire. You don't need to cast fire, I can't wait to catch fire. You did that. Yes. You have a lighter matches Flint, whatever you need. It's fine. His brain is on fire. He freaking destroyed your stair puzzle, dude. I honestly feel a little scare puzzle that's just how we walk up the stairs here. It's puzzling. But here's how we walk up the stairs. Kick his ass. Normal ass stuff for us. And you think it's a victory walking up the stairs. Make him piss again. Go ahead. Make me piss. Go ahead. Do it. Do it. Definitely a psionics professor because he's absolutely getting into my head. Yeah. Be careful. Is krug and awake? No, krug and is like knocked out. He's knocked out. You just hear him like. Okay. Yes, isn't it strange that we're trying to pry from his brain, how to find you. And yet you plot. To hear. Okay, first off. I actually plot really quite gracefully. A second off. I'm a little too afraid of you, so I'm going to attack your little body. I'm just going to go after the funny. You can try. Yeah, I can. You can. I can, and there's no shame in trying. Do it. Carefully. I can tell you're scared. Callie, he has so many knives hidden in so many places. Be careful. Okay, I'm going to, I'm going to thunderous mate. I'm going to start, I'm like trying to remember what I just learned and I'm like trying to like take all this shame that I'm feeling and just like turn it into like clear crisp like the clouds parting and like turn into you doubting yourself. You know you're worthless and thus you are worthless. I mean, yeah. It's kind of Callie? No. Okay, I'm gonna fucking attack this book. Yeah. Yeah, miss with a mind boss. Does a 19 hit? Yes, the bunny is hit by a nightmare. It does, okay. I'm gonna do with the level I'm scared to do. Do it. Kill my coach. Kill the bunny. Drowned out. The sound of their bunny is going to gut us and erase our minds and probably eat our brains or something. It just has to stop looking at him. You guys see like lightning starting and stopping starting stopping, starting stop. And then I commit to it. Do it. And I'm doing a fucking thread level smile. First level thunderous mic and a fucking flourish defensive floor ish. To round out their derision. Do you think that's going to be enough? I think that with my friends help it will be. You're just friends with a fucking bunny. Best Friends. So sad. Bunny bud. I have my visage still up. Can I do an insight check to see if they feel.

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Axios Producing Four Part Series on Vladimir Putin

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Axios Producing Four Part Series on Vladimir Putin

"Axios has done a four part series one Putin who he is how it came to power I just want to read you a little bit of this The KGB to the Kremlin Pugh was a mid level KGB officer in Dresden East Germany when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 Weeks later in the tumult that preceded the collapse of the USSR crowd stormed the local secret police headquarters and Putin spent a tense night waiting for orders from Moscow that never came He returned to Russia and became a close aide first to sobchak and St. Petersburg and later to yeltsin in Moscow It was little noticed in Russia or brought until yeltsin appointed him director of the KGB successor The FSB in 1998 The year later he was prime minister four months after that on New Year's Eve 1999 yeltsin resigned in Putin's rise was complete Michael mcfaul who served as U.S. ambassador to Russia under Obama crossed paths with Putin and St. Petersburg in the 90s Behind the scenes former defense secretary Ash Carter was in several meetings with the top Russian official in the 90s He was an assistant Secretary of Defense Even Putin's critics acknowledged that he has accomplished three central objectives budding a strong Russian state reestablishing Russia as a global power and maintaining his own grip on power Nonetheless and then a couple of months of his appointment as prime minister became the figure on whom the last hopes of so many Russians were pinned

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Allison Bottke Describes S.A.N.I.T.Y. And How It Helped Her

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Allison Bottke Describes S.A.N.I.T.Y. And How It Helped Her

"To do? And at that moment, I didn't think of sanity steps. It was, I have to stop. I have to stop what I'm doing right now. I have to stop behaving the way I am. I have to stop my actions. So I wrote down stop. So it was a whole process, Jim, to go through finding these status steps. I knew I had to stop repeating the same behavior and expecting different results. And I knew I needed help. I needed to be around people that would hold me accountable. That I could learn from and grow from. I started therapy. I started really reading everything I could on boundaries. I didn't realize the issues I had. So I needed to be around so that a was assembled supportive people. And I wrote people nip excuses in the bud. I had to stop making excuses. Not just for my son's behavior, but my own. So that was a significant excuse. And I had to implement some kind of a plan. I'm a proactive woman. I was a businesswoman. I said, okay, I can do this. I need a plan. I need to plan of action. I need something tangible that I can look at and write down and actually do. That's tangible. So that was implement a plan. T was trust the spirit. I had to trust that God was in control and I so often went over him. Yes. And this is really, that's how that connection really when the S.W.A.T. team rated my son's house and I was standing there dumping out liquor. I heard the voice of God say, stop. Stop, stop. You can't do this. I think I have to stop this. I have to trust that voice. And a lot of parents, and I've found this to be very true. A lot of parents will say, I knew I was doing something wrong. I knew it wasn't right. I knew I should have stopped. I knew when he asked me for more money, I shouldn't have given it. But I just didn't listen to that. So we're praying for wisdom and discernment, we need to listen when it comes. So that's the trust. And why is yield everything to God?

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Nancy Pelosi's Foreign Policy Babble

The Larry Elder Show

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Nancy Pelosi's Foreign Policy Babble

"This is our clueless Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. I'm telling you, they do not know what they're doing. They do not know what they're doing the left does. Yes, they want to bring down America a notch. All right? That's their plan. But they don't even know how to do that. They're disastrous at being disastrous if that makes any type of sense whatsoever. Audio clip number 6, please, Sean. Some of leadership of that once you look at the map and you see hungry and you see how it is encircled Russia Belarus. Crimea, which they have taken over, but have, you know, it's still a danger now to Ukraine. And then you see Poland in the mania and all of those countries just a budding that's a Russian influence. All right, so that was Nancy Pelosi. That was our Speaker of the House. Does that give you any type of confidence whatsoever? Any type of confidence whatsoever.

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How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

Fore The People

02:02 min | 4 months ago

How to Return to Competitive Golf After 10 Years Off

"All right, so you watch those guys, you're like, all right, I'm in golf mode now. I'm back in golf mode after a decade off. Like nowadays, it's the whole PD and I have talked about this on the pod before, but it's like, you know, every dude has his track, man. And it's bullshit, you know, walk in there, a $100,000 worth of stuff, launch monitor on the side and the back like 2000, we didn't really have that. So like, what did you do? Did you just pound balls? Like you said, the teachers buckets that have 500 balls in them or whatever. They're just pound balls left and right. Did you play holes like what did you do to get ready for you to pursue pro golf? Yeah, I mean, that first three month little deal that we did was, you know, I didn't know what to do. I mean, you guys don't remember who did I call, I call it a couple of randoms. I think I called Hank Kinney. I called a guy named Ryan Geoffrey, I talked to my buddy that played golf at UNC Wilmington that I grew up with. It was always pissed at me that I quit. And maybe a couple of people like that that maybe had just started playing on the mentors and I got and I like literally like fell in their number and called them and like, hey, what's up bud? It's will. They're like, what? I'm like, will Mackenzie remember me? They're like, will McKenzie what's up dude? What are you calling me for? I'm like, I'm like, man, I think I'm trying to play golf again, and they're like, man, you've taken a long time at all. I know, but I don't give off. I don't give a shit. I'm gonna try. And they were like, all right, well, here's what you need to do. You need to freaking, it's all golf. That's your job, Neil. You need to work like you're on the PGA Tour, but you're not. And I was like, hell yeah. And so that's what I did.

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Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

Fore The People

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

"And pain was my kind of guy. I liked pain growing up. Just 'cause he was so weird, like, did wear a knickers? I was like, he didn't give a shit. He didn't give a shit. He was like a weirdly ADD and then he had filled the mister perfect kid and then he just beat him, he said, he said, you're good, bud. You're gonna win a bunch of these. This is my. And I was like, wow, this is so sick. It blew me, it blew me away. You know, dude, that's badass, but you're right. You're right about pain, man, dude. I remember them like interviewing him back in the day and he's like, he was way young and he goes, he was hitting balls on the range and there was 6 guys wearing khakis and a white polo to his left and ten guys were in khakis and a white polo was right and he goes, what the fuck are we even doing out here? He's like, he goes, what is it? I mean, we even happen. Then he had the NFL teams. I mean, dude, yeah. It is style, man. That was pretty cool. That was pretty cool. And I think it's what, you know, I think his wife is like a total sweet or big, you know, she knew he was the king. She was the Queen and I always wanted to reach out to her. I mean, I was too low time to do that, but deep down, I always was like, hey, look, I started a whole new career because of your husband watching your husband and that's kind of made it the PGA Tour, but I never got to talk to her about it, but you know, it changed my life.

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Willy Mac Was a 14 Year Old Golf Burn Out

Fore The People

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Willy Mac Was a 14 Year Old Golf Burn Out

"Give me the Willie Matt from 25 years ago right out the shoot. Back when Willie Mack had nothing. Not two nickels to rub together. Give me that Willie Mack till now. Well, I mean, it's a long story, bud. But hey, we gotta start bro we'll just start with Clinton golf real early. At 14 because I burned out and I ended up playing other sports through high school. And then those four years, you know, graduated 18 high school, I was so far away from golf at that point that there was no chance I was ever going to play again. It was just, I was something else. I was a total different person. And so it led me to go out to Montana to go snowboard and sewed my seeds, so to speak, and fell in love with it. And it just time just hit. First little realization, 20 probably you party hard to hear about 20 to your graduating college, basically it was my college career. And then you're like, your dad, or whoever's like, son, you got a freaking step up and you got a figure out what the hell you're going to do. Yeah. And that was kind of what I was doing at that time. And mine went a little further. I was 25. I didn't start playing golf again until like right at my 25th birthday.

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Blues use 3-goal third period to top Maple Leafs 6-3

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Blues use 3-goal third period to top Maple Leafs 6-3

"Double bush David scored a pair of goals of Brayden Schenn tallied a milestone markers Saint Louis Missouri six three at Scotiabank arena tions second period marker was his fourteenth of the season that is one hundred the blue zero four St Louis isn't good to me you know you know huge thing for my career and have got an opportunity here and hopefully keep pushing forward and you know being a big part of the street could cost of branded sword with his two hundredth NHL goal and Ryan o'reilly really other goal scorers for the winners well William D. landers scored a pair in the Los illegals will be thirty four stops in the victory which snapped the buds seven game win streak at home join the debate to run

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Notae, Arkansas upset No. 1 Auburn 80-76 in overtime

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Notae, Arkansas upset No. 1 Auburn 80-76 in overtime

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Why Is Turkey Trying to Mediate the Ukraine-Russia Crisis?

The Larry Elder Show

01:14 min | 5 months ago

Why Is Turkey Trying to Mediate the Ukraine-Russia Crisis?

"Was interesting to me. I'm not exactly sure what's going on here, but we have turkey's Erdoğan is going to lend support to Ukraine. With the Kia visit, talk to us about the significance of that. What's your take on that? Yeah, that is really interesting because Erdoğan only does within the interest of everyone. But Erdoğan has had a number of budding heads with the Russians lately in the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia in Syria. And the last thing turkey wants is Russia to have control of the Black Sea. That significantly diminishes turkey's strategic interests. So yeah, the Turks like there's a lot of people that like to make nice with the Russians, go to the dinners, do business. But they know who the Russians are. And the last thing they want to do is to put their fate or trust in the Russians. So Erdoğan's just being a realist. He is siding with the Ukraine because a more powerful Russia in Europe is incredibly dangerous to turkey's interest.

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Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

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'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation' (#4) ft. The Ball & Buds All-Stars (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #30)

Ball

05:00 min | 8 months ago

'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation' (#4) ft. The Ball & Buds All-Stars (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #30)

"Obviously i lost but it was a huge huge matchup between me and you know. Cluber de the com- badge was able to take me out this weekend. Anti whoa. Whoa whoa kind of music. Quite let me clear my throat. He a relief. Rake and if you don't like that i'm breaking your mom's off later hold on. Oh yes i've beat you. I took you out just like your mom. Took me out and she paid. why why. Why slow down slow down. Did you say fan simple. 'cause you know cluber dis all over the place. I love fantasy football and ask some shits. I can't stand about things football sometimes. Okay i got some things to get off my chest. And i'm not talking about your mother. Yes she likes that too anyways. Now when it comes to football common sense and the knowing that it's fantasy football people need to understand that it's fantasy football all right. Don't complicate it all right commissioners. I'm a commissioner and my league. i'm in other leagues. Where people trays to equal. I asked my does day. Oh i would trade. i'm a trade receivable for receiver. Why five would you trade a receiver for receiver in the words. Jim cornet. Why are you going to put a hat on a hat. Does that make sense unless the person you're trading for you might get double points with the core back you have other than that. There is no point. There's no reason to trade or allow a train to go through four position for position. You're not gonna trade a receiver four receiver. Why would i trade for michael thomas. What i had jerry. Judy does that make sense. I have somebody say well. You know. I like to let those trade go by because you know maybe that person he's a means a new scenery just is fantasy football. It's not real. It doesn't matter if they're on another team. It's the same damn thing it's a receiver. You already have a receiver. Why trading for receiver. You know what clobbered easy little angry they. Mcconnell dowell calmed down just to stupidity. I get with this all the time. You're putting a hats on a hat another thing. Don't trade to people for one. I can't adjust my roth or to add that. Extra person that i should be getting points for trade away Points for one person that don't make sense. They need to be equal to one from one. No three people for one person. No two people for one person. What are you doing. It makes says come on people get better than add on a ahead. Jim cornets fez. Only tom put a hat on a hat. It's going in hot in your mother okay. It could be the red cafe down there. I might get humphrey who cares. So what judge away. Oh god no god please. But why people facing football. It's easy okay. If you wanna better your team better at at a different position if you already have good receivers or decent receivers you don't need a trade for another you trade for running back you train for a high quality tied in you do something of that nature. You don't trade to upgrade the same same can you know it. Let me come down. let me see. Oh this is what happens by spider cisco talking about football i need inject because the combat g. is always in a place to be and what we're talking about fancy free. Oh ask them out because she knows where i'd be would these bars. I tell you you know what i'm saying. It's the free back in the day. Me the guy to kane rockingham. You know what i'm saying. All the people your mom. Your mom listened to the freaked out with them. But that's another story here nor there. Yeah listen that's cool mother fucking barge nick. Can you know nothing but football

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'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#4)' ft. The Ball & Buds All-Stars (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #30)

Ball

04:20 min | 8 months ago

'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#4)' ft. The Ball & Buds All-Stars (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #30)

"I wanted to hit on fantasy football. Because i have had a great year. This far i was five. I know i've lost the past two weeks pretty upset about but it's okay still in second place. I actually had a primetime matchup. This past weekend was the first and second place teams. I was five and one. We had a six team. We played against each other. Obviously i lost but it was a huge huge matchup between me and you know. Cluber de the com- badge was able to take me out this weekend. Anti whoa. Whoa whoa kind of music. Quite let me clear my throat. He a relief. Rake and if you don't like that i'm breaking your mom's off later hold on. Oh yes i've beat you. I took you out just like your mom. Took me out and she paid. why why. Why slow down slow down. Did you say fan simple. 'cause you know cluber dis all over the place. I love fantasy football and ask some shits. I can't stand about things football sometimes. Okay i got some things to get off my chest. And i'm not talking about your mother. Yes she likes that too anyways. Now when it comes to football common sense and the knowing that it's fantasy football people need to understand that it's fantasy football all right. Don't complicate it all right commissioners. I'm a commissioner and my league. i'm in other leagues. Where people trays to equal. I asked my does day. Oh i would trade. i'm a trade receivable for receiver. Why five would you trade a receiver for receiver in the words. Jim cornet. Why are you going to put a hat on a hat. Does that make sense unless the person you're trading for you might get double points with the core back you have other than that. There is no point. There's no reason to trade or allow a train to go through four position for position. You're not gonna trade a receiver four receiver. Why would i trade for michael thomas. What i had jerry. Judy does that make sense. I have somebody say well. You know. I like to let those trade go by because you know maybe that person he's a means a new scenery just is fantasy football. It's not real. It doesn't matter if they're on another team. It's the same damn thing it's a receiver. You already have a receiver. Why trading for receiver. You know what clobbered easy little angry they. Mcconnell dowell calmed down just to stupidity. I get with this all the time. You're putting a hats on a hat another thing. Don't trade to people for one. I can't adjust my roth or to add that. Extra person that i should be getting points for trade away Points for one person that don't make sense. They need to be equal to one from one. No three people for one person. No two people for one person. What are you doing. It makes says come on people get better than add on a ahead. Jim cornets fez. Only tom put a hat on a hat. It's going in hot in your mother okay. It could be the red cafe down there. I might get humphrey who cares. So what judge away. Oh god no

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"bud" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

06:39 min | 11 months ago

"bud" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast

"To bring something that was unique to the masses. Will you tell us a little bit about that background because you know. i think. what's so interesting. Is that you previously were in fashion. You help the kardashian start like their first one of their first fashion lines back in two thousand ten. So how did you find your way to beauty and wellness. So you know. I've i've always had a passion full beauty product ever since you know. I'm originally from australia I started my company when i was twenty years old Out of my garage with my mom of basically on credit cards a certainly didn't have a handout So by the time i was twenty five already had about five different brands but beauty was something that always wanted to to get into so for me. It was about finding the right product. It's always about making sure when i When i launched a brand it's about a wide space in the market. I don't wanna come into a cluttered market and just launching a moisturizer or another pain relief. Cream if there's no story behind it. And i think the they exciting about uncle. Bud's is that is a real story behind the branch it started with garrett with the one product because if he's off friday's because he had debilitating pain because nothing would for him nothing that that he basically put on his body was chemical actually worked. So that's the exciting part of uncle. Bud's there's a story. I it started not just another be conglomerate company that decided to wake up one day and make more money by just adding another line to our sort. That's not had the brand started. And i think that authenticity is what helps a brand really thrive. I think if you're starting a brand go back to the drawing board and say why my launching this brad. What is the story. What is the ethos where we go with the brand oscar souls those questions and i think if you have an answer for those questions. I think you've got to be successful most times. Tell us a little bit about the distribution strategy. Because you know. We're talking a second about how you wanted this to be for. Everybody and i think that a lot of the cbd that we were first finding whether it was lord jones or saint jane again were traditional beauty retailers. And you've kind of gone the total opposite direction. You're in walmart. You're in the vitamin shoppe. You're launching and cvs. I think you're going on. Qvc very soon. So what was that about. Because i know that very much. So it's difficult to supply to all of these retailers especially during cove it and it's also difficult to you know to scale and every single one of those partners so for us the strategy has always been you know we have him and we have. Cbd annoyed every retailer carries of both some retailers. Just carry him some retailers. Just carry safety. It's again it's a. It's what that retailers comfortable with. But for us we wanted to be linked to a big national retailers. You know. I've been fortunate enough to have a relationship with these retailers over the years and i've had several brands with them but it was again about the touch points. I wanted the brand to be accessible to everybody. All the way from north dakota old away to kneel you know and everybody in between so it was a strategy about making sure that we can get as many eyeballs on the product off the right assortment and said napier look at places like the vitamin shoppe ride the vitamin shoppe Has been amazing. They carry Seventeenth skews from collection to have the cd line and we also wanted to bring a new customer to them. When you think about the vitamin shoppe done -sarily think you've got to go there and buy something sudak or an eye serum but we wanted to introduce new customer to them saw worked really closely with the vitamin shoppe team to make sure that we have an assortment that was key to them. And that's like with every retailer that we work with you know we. We wanted to make sure that we offered the correct assortment for that shopper. In that store and then of course our website you know we also launched our website at which we did it. Start off with that website in that website in twenty twenty at the beginning of january of twenty twenty So for us. It was launching a retail fest and then on gina. Gtc model so we can lend from the customer with dc. Especially you know i. There's been a lot of rollbacks in terms of advertising on google advertising on facebook and instagram so was that strategic from your perspective in terms of adding that after you had the retail presence versus coming out of the gate with debiasi absolutely one hundred percent you know there is so many regulations intensive advertising Any pain relief product really on places like facebook instagram yukon. Advertise anything relating to pain. It's not just you know. compounded to infancy v. But sydney we have a lot more road blocks so cross the road blocks Have been something that. I love a good challenge. I love for you to tell me. I can't do it. Because i'll find a way to do it so from there. We learned. We really tried a lot of different things. Programmatic advertising display advertising and then we'd just finally launched nausea piano at fitting at infamous show that is nationally featuring magic johnson and toni braxton. So that's thought it will weeks ago so we took two years to really learn what works and what how. We can educate people and with very constrained by facebook and instagram obviously to their own said platforms that ally allow you to like display advertising programmatic. But we wanted more. We need to explain to the consumer. What are the benefits of him. What are the benefits of using these products so we just launched around thirty minute infomercial. You know you're talking a little bit about the mass consumer at the beginning of this but then you're using people who are very elevated very trusted at the same time but do you think that. There's any sort of disconnect there you know. Would it be easier just to kind of have an every day. You know bruno kind of speaking about this or an everyday pre speaking about this. Like how relatable do you think these people are on. no no. We do have relatable people because in the intimacy we have garett. Who's the major star. Actually of the infamous he tells a story so he goes right the beginning of how he started the brat and his parents and you know writing a letter to his non.

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"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"See I don't have pets. Okay okay I do have to ask you Based on some of your answers. I I i get the feeling you or a blue ball in a very red state bear man. Yeah oh in fact. My congressman is mo brooks and. i don't know what you've seen. Oh my goodness yeah. Oh yeah and he. He made the news lately because he said that he's going to be one who's going to question the count. Which s and i'm going holy cow. Well you know here in texas right. I was just telling my wife and Apologize listeners will get politics in a minute right. But i i wrote both to ted cruz and john corwin. The hypocrisy of you guys didn't feel merrick. Garland didn't even get a hearing. Yeah and then you decide you know amy barrett cohen. Whether you agree with it or not. I mean the idea. The let's be consistent right now. Boise and both of them answered the emails with all her qualifications. You know and just we were proud to vote for it. And i was just like at least own. At least say yeah. I could see why you're frustrated that you know you weren't questioning. Her qualifications are questioning the timing. I mean look what's good for the goose should be good for the gander. Absolutely yes My wife says this all the time we live here in texas we we are. You know Just weird like she's like dylan. Austin austin is a blueberry and strawberry. Yeah yeah yeah. And so i just. I had to think that that's gotta be interesting. This has been great before you go We to ask you the questions. So j armstrong is an honors english teacher in the philadelphia area and every year He takes his seniors and they spend two days stuttering thunder road going through the lyrics talking about the imagery A talk about the themes of the song They compared to rover frost. The road not taken among other things and then at the end of the two days jay looks at his class and says does mary get in the car so think. I've seen a t shirt with that on there. Yes there is so wide. That is your question. Does mary get in the car. Is mary getting car. I i think she does i think she does. It's a Because that just would enhance her. Ride and and And it would answer her questions about the driver of the car. And i think it's obvious that there is some some chemistry between the between the hero and mary. I think she does particularly since i'm just stretching. I'm saying it's a convertible so she doesn't have to worry about being it being in a car not not being able to get out if the hero turned out to be really weird. Oh i like that angle. i liked. That ain't a lot that's good good. Well thank you sir. This is perfect If someone wants to reach you How can they my emails. I can give that It's a bud mclaughlin. Seven byu dmc l a u g. H l i n seven at g mail dot com and i've got a twitter. Twitter account is bud thirty three b u d three three and facebook which is what we have someone on facebook to that. Sounds great and What are you working on. You're talking about your writing. So i am editing a couple stories for for the next day to huntsville business journal We've got a. We've got a wall burgers opening up here Which is The hamburger joint by donnie mark and her brother phil huntsville's a suppose getting getting really really big Got a couple of developments going. So that's that's basically what i'm doing now. No i'll do the occasional blog for the for the city they have would scott city block very fitting guy guy. I've done some pieces for that and that's about it outside of reading and and seeing what's going on you're like you said. Msnbc and walks. Yes it does. Rachel does rock we. Yes we do we Join the coal at her. Were just the three of them. Were just amazing. Just watching that and so yes. It's very very fun. So that's great thank you bye. This is amazing. I appreciate your time sharing your stories. I I can only imagine young bud autographs and the center man. Yeah it has. Yeah I i look back. I can't believe i you know at at the way to do that. I mean it's just crazy. What i could see you doing that until it started getting that like. Okay look i you know. Hey i've gotta stop right like You know there's probably someone like. Oh yeah. I met bruce. He was at the student union. And i know you. Yeah but you had nothing but love in your heart forward and the local crank campus. Paper did a story. The headline was fake singer. Fool students very very alliterative in may and all but it was the it was it was it was just freak out you maybe get a couple of people went to the show because because of their assize. I think what's what's what we need now is Some way to get to bruce's people go. Okay back in the seventies. You offered me a chance to ride around. Though can i can i can i. I got a rain check. I use this now. That sounds great. All right thank you so much sir. Listeners you please stay safe. Remember to social distance. Remember to wash your hands. A remember to wear masks We we are going to get through this but the only really do is by Being smart and taking care of each other being good each other but for now be good. And we'll talk to you soon. Thank you for listening. This podcast would not be possible without the love in support of my listers in specifically my patrons thank you very much to levi petri elizabeth bronson stephen maglio mac steve rogers. They'll hosic terry smith anna. Lynne chris bloom and mary thomas. Thank you all.

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"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"It shows did it at the carousel. Yes years ago. And that that that that moved to the top of my springsteen christmas song all i had a merry christmas baby just the way he did it and the way they they were all just watching them a good old time Going it. yeah and you know. Ken rose and talk about that on his His blog right. That there's actually the official last time. Clarence played with the band and look. That's what got me to watch too. Because yeah i saw the first show without clearance that was in atlanta. Okay that was really really surreal They had a spotlight on stool where he would be sitting while and was on the sax holder and they also had a spotlight at danny's keyboard if people were going. Okay how are they gonna react. They blew that how they you know. Not the house down. They really did a great job and he he did not shy about bringing jake out that take take ends like he. I guess he had to let jake know. Okay you're you're one of us you've got it. Yeah and i do think it. I think You know the originally right. The wrecking ball tour. You had the horn section and then during the river. They were able to jake. And i thought that was a neat moment to in the documentary. Right where he says. you know. Jay clemens initial recording session with eastern band. And you've got to think that's right. He is right. Yeah toward but they have not recorded. Zero had to take a policy. Oh yeah that's that's was a good that i know there's some folks saying well. Why isn't owner more well. There are several hours. At clarence doesn't have a whole lot of arts and so so there there's going on and on over the leaving them behind. Yeah just chill. I was i was Let's good so k. But what have. I not asked you that. I should've Let's.

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"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And two remember it was a wanna rotate. But it was. It was that tour and Oh i can't remember. Marianne who's who's the singer. You're you're ready to emmylou harris up on the stage all very nice. I just talking to my wife. She's my producer. Yes i understand. I will tell you. The first time. I saw him was in two thousand two in dallas and Don henley joined them onstage. Wow because don henley lived in dallas. At the time i end they did. I fought the law right. Oh man and so in during the During the wrecking ball and kind of with the high hopes tour right. They they were in nashville. And i just knew someone was going to join him. Onstage right. yeah yeah no one did. And i can't say it was disappointed but that would have been very cool for im- lou. Harris adjoin emergency. That that's neat. It was it was. It was pretty cool. Yeah and that's the I mean i've never been in the pit always always had a A special tour we had was in sixteen. When did the river tour. Yeah i took my. She's my wife now. We we married later year. That was her first time. Seeing seeing springsteen she was she was a fan. And a funny thing about that just a row behind us was my daughter-in-law my oldest son in her mom all night. And so that was yeah. We had no idea they were. They were the air and so that that was a net. Kinda shows how he he affects. Just generational I went to a show in nashville and my son and his life the same daughter-in-law i saw again. They're like two sections over. And i had no idea. Oh that's great you're going to be there. That's a good yeah So do you have favorite albums. You've already talked about how much you love letter to you. Do you have favorite albums or songs that have meant something significant to you and your life Yeah like a grown up on my hometown. I when in the library of war Just the sheer emotion in in that song. And then when he'll when he has the lead up you know blind blind faith Can get you killed and again going back to the sixties and seventies and a an album. Wise it just just born to run it it just. It just struck a chord from from beginning to end And i i think that'd be that'd be the one out album wise it just Just resonate intact trying to figure out which which songs were were to play funeral. Yeah we are reaching that point. Yes yes you know you. You mentioned something earlier about how nine eleven may have revitalize your re-energize. I also think one of the things is taking that break and then doing the rising tour. I think a lot of baggage from the past of the band was gone. Yes so now then they when they get together. There is just this joy of playing other. I don't know about you. But but when i was at one i ended up getting go to four of the river. The fall river shows in two thousand night's game. And you know you watch the play and there is a joy and you and it was this. They realize the road in front of them is shorter than the road behind them. Yeah they were having fun against. Yeah and just enjoying this saying yeah You know. And i think like marine said. I don't know if this is a there is no plans for this to be. The last album at eastern ban does letter to you but there is a a sense of hopefulness but also a sense of reviewing and seeing the pets embracing that. Pass them this. Exactly yeah at that net is that is a good way to look at it because he had the retrospective but then like you said road Road ahead is shorter than the road road behind absolutely so but if we get a chance and we will one day get another tour are their songs that you have inferred him do live. That you are on your wishlist. One of the ones. That i finally got the air was santa is coming into because it was just the timing of the show and that came in nashville national show. I think i've only heard a knock was goes to that in virginia I haven't heard katy back okay. And that's that's one of those fund songs to you're hearing the libraries lately and a seat and i can. I can see them just having a a good old time with it. finally heard rosalita Just a couple of times in the show. Because i know he stopped playing playing that song. Anna gaffe that was that was one of my favorites backed up. I did that in a lip sync contest with a friend of mine. Who who did the sax park. Fine fine it. We added a fund. Many many toward doing doing lip sync back. Eighty five eighty six nice in that kind has a special thing but yeah i think he's back in and and i don't know if if i've heard grownup in concert i probably have i think it now it would mean a whole lot more than it did several years several years ago. Yeah i can see that. Too ghetto i. I really am curious like you know. They've announced that they're going to do as a recording. This it's the first part of december This'll probably come out Towards the end of the year or maybe in january. I'm trying to book some shows at advanced but they're talking about you know they're playing live and there's the speculation of what are they gonna play. You know and and i. I'm excited because you know when they did the river box said you know they. They played and they did meet me in the city and they closed with santa claus is coming down. So i'm really curious what they're gonna do the You don't have to assume they would do something christmasy at least one one of the songs. That didn't the one. I just saw that. Somebody had just put out that That he did a blue christmas. Yes man i was. Just you know i..

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"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I first concert was in seventy six when he came to auburn. Yeah and at Up i had to actually meet him into ban to through little hoax. I pulled on campus at this point. We had a slight technical glitch but neither lost our connection. So we reconnected and we take our conversation from where we were All right so you're telling me that while you're in college. Bruce comes to auburn. Yeah and you had a chance to interact with him. The band please story yeah. We'll let what had happened Back back then. I was just a twenty one years old with a beer in longest curly hair and that was his era. Yes so and and a couple of my fraternity brothers said you know. I'd you know. I was just telling them about the music and playing playing the songs for them and they they said some resemblance and so we got some wild hair and One of my progressing brothers was abandoned. A battle the bands and he made an announcement. So we said okay. Let's let's try something. So he made announcement that springsteen was gonna come to to campus before the show. Walk around. just take a look at. The venue wasn't going to be him. It was going to be made all fun and Had a couple of my fraternity brothers as my quote escorts. So i had my. I had to floppy hat and and and everything and and beard earring you know and again. We're sick the same same size walk around. Campus went to the main building on campus. Main players from building signed a couple autographs Got interviewed on the campus radio station. No way it got out of hand. How and and so then Then when showtime came my date night we went to went to arena. And i had leather jeans the floppy hat again and and we went walking around because i was looking forward. The guy the student government who organized the show to see. If hey is there you know you can have that. I can meet bruce gaffe and those looking around people. Nobody sold his name was skip. Nobody saw skip though. I took my date night. We went around to win around back at arena. And there's a bunch of guys In behind their Saul baseball around. And i just hear. Hey bruce bruce look at this. And i just froze Anna i went walking over and it was the band and they were all just started laughing. And and then he comes sauntering up and i mean i. I won't forget this. He's wearing yellow bad news. Bears t shirt and green. Army fatigues right. And so you know. We're we're ida. I'm hi how you doing. He said why are you doing in his way. Then i asked him. Did you hear you know what i had done. He said yeah it's cool. It's cool and then then. I hear a even go look even the noses had the same that same and we both looked at him and so that was that was but he invited us backstage. After after the show at an enduring show he went into the crowd. And i was sitting by the sound guy and a sound guy was waving to him so he was he was going to come up to see but he never he didn't get up there and and So then after the show went and talked with them in adam sign. I had the time and newsweek magazines and he signed in. Clarence sign both of ohio pool and let things Clarence clarence asked. If i wanted you join him outside for a little little smoke so to speak. Yeah and i said oh no thank you said. While like bruce and then but the highlight or maybe thing that semi regret Asked me. I wanted to go with them to join them on the next leg. They were going to new orleans. And i said now i've got class and to this day i'm going i. I'm not an ace to the opportunity of a lifetime to go on tour bus with them but but yeah that was a great man little minute with him but did did anyone have a camera to take a picture There was somebody. They're taking a picture but this was a Near back in seventy six seattle so anybody who had One of my fraternity brothers took pictures. Nobody did of us meeting. It would cause it was just eight night there. Yeah and you don't back then right. There's no camera phones. There's off it. Just yeah it just an end in a way. That's kind of makes it more special than in your memory alone. Yeah and so it is so that was that was it was it was in Further strengthen my you know. Mike following or Girth can imagine did have have you ever met him again. No no never never have been you know been shows The closest i've got was when On the tunnel of love tour In atlanta i covered it for for my local paper. And so i was. I did photos and right up and so we were allowed at the foot of the stage for three songs. Take pictures then. Then we had to leave and and go to our seats so that was the clothes that i got. I got a couple couple. Good shots of him. him and But that was that was that was about it. Maybe one another time in in virginia of had my youngest son my oldest son now he was my only son then and the band was playing at the Scope arena in norfolk they. came in a van gogh into the back way and and my son and i were there just waved and you know it was hard to see because attended class windows. Yeah yeah those were the only yes the only to close closer russia's so to speak with with main well you know it's kinda hard to beat though your your initial meeting and have a chance to talk to him and I do think right that This older bud wants to go back in time. Tell young but look you can s three or four days of class. It's okay don't blow it yes. I'm sure your mom and dad for very proud of you to be a conscientious of students. Yeah that's the word. Yeah yeah that's great any other special moments during shows that you've attended or stories it sounds like you've gone with your son and my oldest son when in fact He went to the show in norfolk My of my middle son. And i went to show in.

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"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Were your feelings is a fan back. Then i was. I was nervous. Because i thought. Wow this is it. is it over already. I mean you're just hitting the apex. That's that's how i thought and then then or is that what he's thinking that okay reached the pinnacle you. I'm i'm done now but that that just didn't seem to be. You know that seem to be a guy who was writing these songs that he would quit. There's heat there's gotta be something something more and so so it was. You know you say. I was fishing around to find somebody else to fill the void Because you know he had the previous albums and records but yeah it was it was. It was strange in a it was a very much. Welcome when when when the when he started coming back and then had the big reunion with the ban. You could see it happening with every now and then somebody would drop in on performance or such and so okay. May maybe maybe. He's not time absolutely you know and I had a had a guy join me just a few weeks ago. daniel broaddrick. And you know. He talked about that when he was attending the reunion. Shows you know ninety nine ninety eight ninety nine. He's like okay. this is it. This will be like you know they've come back. They've had this massive to or maybe every few years they'll get together and pull everyone together and do a tour. But you know this is a as you mentioned the apex. This is the culmination of bruce springsteen e street band. He said if you had told me in ninety nine that what the next you know fifteen twenty years would bring right that you would have the rising you know magic seeger sessions you know worldwide tours western stars letter to you broadway. He said i would not have believed it. That's and it's like a second wind. He had yes and and the reunion tour and really the a strangest sounds. Nine eleven may have reignited his passion for writing. I think so that had a cause. And then then things politically got got murkier in such and so he was able to to relate to that and and the way it was almost like his his beginning routes with the economy and with with families and it was the same thing and here he is here. He is in his forties and fifties and going. Oh my god. It's happening all over again. And he has this well of a words and music just waiting for him to put pen to paper and and he's able to spill it out for us and you know what i think is really fascinating I've had this discussion with a couple of people is if you like. There are people who are true sinatra fans that will talk about the phases of sinatra's career in his voice there are really talented sinatra impressionist. Who can change their voice in sound. The different eras. And i often think of you know. Bruce keeps having the errors. There was the early years there was the superstar you know. The born in the us baby the river born in the usa. And then you kind of think okay. Well you've got the renaissance and now than elder state men because of like with with broadway and then the western star film but then letter to you you know the blasphemy to some people but there are songs on there that you go. Oh my goodness. I could see this. This stands up to a lot of his earlier material. And and this is fascinating album. That someone at seventy two us still has his fastball. Yup into this and he and and as you know two three the songs we're from his and he's able to incorporate that and an and they and they work forty fifty years later which is just i mean. That's that's strictly amazing. And he does. He still has his fastball He he brought it to let down. And i think too. I was really enthralled watching the documentary. Just seeing how they work behind the scenes and such that. Just that's a whole the whole new vista i. I guess the see the work that goes into it and and and the seat see those guys in and again there. I'd see them. They look like me you know. They looked like me if years ago. And then get it all look the same again and traveling traveling that same f. Together yay them. All like bruce has leading You know his reading glasses on jerry got his glasses on you know they all have legal. Pads with pins really cool. When he's just drumming on the guitar. And and and and i've been a writer in such and covering sports events and stuff and after games. I'll talk with the coach. And i'm there with my pen and paper and others are there with holding their phones or holding their Tape recorders and somebody actually took a picture of me doing that. Because the that's that's the way gas well and you know in supposedly right. The story is either Either one of them Like either gary or max one of them you know said hey Instead of you recording these demos we come to the studio and try to beat the demo right. Because you know. Why don't we drive this way. And i thought it was fascinating to see him playing on the guitar And there's a scene. And i mentioned that to marine right. We're little steven you know. He looks like silvio liked what he saying. Oh you know what we need to do here boss. Yeah yeah see that. That's their friendship in relationship. Wouldn't add and And i i. I think everyone shines but i think max especially shines on this film and out amid this album it just shows how much work he does gallon each song and how how i mean he is rhythm and it's just you know they talk about bruce's condition know because of the three and half hour marathon. Will he's got this guy behind him who's been swinging his stakes all the time. And and and you actually and you see that in in the documentary it i. I don't think i was more impressed with with any of the band members about the work they do in in in recording than than seeing it. Max i mean it was just amazing yet. It was and it was just really neat to hear them. Talk about you know. I always like to preface the sex question with a kind of caveat. That the amount of times you've seen. Bruce is not a fair barometer. Of how big of a fan yorick your age your your economic situations where you're located but Have you do have a rough count of how many times you've seen him. I think it's a dozen And it's been All all over the board of delaware alabama Virginia tennessee georgia just Just just different places but on the one the first concert. I won't count. The seventy four is really concert. could that was. That was the nightclub. Venue yeah but.

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"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Get to alabama I was went to auburn university. And what it was. I during my high school years at work at a supermarket called. Act me Which was the big chain in. South jersey and philadelphia area and also worked for my junior senior years in high school at a pharmacy. A local pharmacy was struck. By how how profession was the owner was a friend of my mom's Well maybe i'll go major neighbor major pharmacy. I had already been accepted to college in western pennsylvania for political science Looking at pre law. Just your typical junior senior. High school didn't know where i wanted to go so i just applied for pharmacy went to the guidance office in my high school in alphabetical order. Look for colleges at our that pharmacy in auburn university was a and i said okay. That's neat i. We've been to the south to me when we had family vacations. We myrtle beach south carolina. So that to me was my southern experience. And i applied and got accepted in ended up going to auburn university in but by march of my freshman year. I changed curriculum chemistry. And i didn't get along. I can imagine yes that would be. I was thinking that sounds like hard. Major that's funny. Because i almost asked you at the beginning like okay Alabama or auburn. So yes you know. It's funny because i grew up My dad was in the army moved around a lot but by the time we settled It was in louisiana. Mike mike or dairy farm and You know it's strange because like everyone's in lsu fan there You know doesn't even exist. Yes my my favorite joke is half of the lsu fans didn't graduate from high school in less from lsu. Decide what we call. A lot of alabama fans are same way. They didn't go to bama the they've never been to tuscaloosa there. We call it in the sidewalk fans. And when nick sabin leaves It's gonna be interesting. How many of them still have those flags flying from their cars. Yeah it's it's a very interesting It was interesting in and i promise listeners. We'll get back to bruce You know when. I moved up here from my wife and i got married in eighty four and eighty six. We moved to dallas. And i had never really experienced the passion of college football. Because you know there's an and there's ut and there's baylor there's smu and there's you know texas and it's just all this you know you know factions and in This fandom it's funny right like you'll hear someone call sports station ranting in. Okay hold up before you say anything else you know. What your allegiance. Well yeah. I went to am okay. You know like okay. We gotta do where you're coming from it. So that's interesting but yeah. That was an eye opening. When i went to auburn because in jersey pro sports get dominant. I my high school in the conference we were in. We played football games on saturday afternoons. And they're not do that in texas or alabama. Were down here. that's that's that that's Not not not right exactly absolutely well so you're growing up in jersey But early So when did you discover bruce. And how did you. it was It was after my freshman year My best friend in high school went to the university of delaware which is like ten minutes where my hometown in newark newark newark delaware. And he told me ab- about a springsteen is is learning about him there and so we've been seventy four august august or september seventy four. I was still home for the summer from from auburn and a a bar made out of a church in newark stone balloon. Anna reuss was was there yet was having a show bear. John john said. Hey let's let's go to. Here's a guy want to show you in and so we went there and and you know it was. It was struck right away. It was just years amazing. The out just a few tunes and all of a sudden gone forget sabbath. Forget forget zeppelin. Yeah i i know where i know where my music's going now can. I always ask this question. And it's you know it's sometimes it's difficult to say but can you say what about his music spoke to you. I think one of the things that spoke to me was his easy was a any five nine five ten guy just like just like me and and so i could really. He was the first person famous person said he went famous yet. Of course but who. I i could relate to and then a couple of his songs They were they were definitely about to shore. Because we would go to the show where we'd hang out in a place called wildwood and which was just about an hour south of asbury on on the jersey shore and those those things. Were you know what he was talking about. And they they they related just as well and it was just. There's just something about. I don't know magical word out. There was there was a commonality in there. So but you jumped on the bruce train pretty early then. Yeah right so Have you have you. Has he been consistent. Your phantom oh we and especially especially with letter to you Yeah i i will up When i hear someone 'cause i can. I can relate a ghost power prayer letter to you. Last man standing out cook last man standing kinda relates. Because my friend. Jonathan passed several years ago. Though and of course ghosts. i'm sixty. I will be sixty six in a couple of months ghetto. i'm. I'm seeing seeing that as it goes along. So he and then when he his other earlier before you know when he talked about his hometown and then then growing up. And that's all it. All str- struck a chord then on in usa I had a draft number. But i was fortunate that i didn't get caught. It was it was zero zero three in time. They were looking at taking firsthand john. So you know that that that really struck a chord with me even though it was fifteen ten fifteen years after the draft. It's still it's still resonated. Did so i always. This wasn't on the agenda but can you. I'm always fascinated by people that were there kind of at the beginning of the journey. And like how did you feel during the dark periods. Right like he fires the band. He moves the los angeles and all of a sudden. There's no new albums. he's not. Really touring mean. What.

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"bud" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on American Scandal

"It's february ninth. Nineteen eighty seven. Eleven pm robert bud mcfarlane the former national security advisor to president. Reagan was locked in his home office in bethesda maryland. A suburban community on the edge of washington. Dc furiously typing away. Bud's wife john to has already gone upstairs to bed but bud can't sleep. He has a lot on his mind for weeks he's been mired in political scandal. That's rocked the reagan administration to its core. A scandal threatens to take down the president and everyone around it involves backroom deals shady arms dealers offshore bank accounts in the cayman islands and illegal covert operations. They're calling it. The iran contra affair bodies known for being tightly controlled even intense would all day long. He's been feeling unhinged as he hears voices of newscasters swirling through his head. Evening some officials here are calling it the worst scandal of the reagan presidency and costing him a top adviser. The president was still maintaining today. That is iranian arms. Deal was not a mistake. The attorney general said later former national security adviser mcfarlane had also been aware of the escape. A major turning point was a few weeks. Back during reagan's state of the union address but hasn't been able to get out of his mind. I took a risk with regard to our action in iran. It did not work. And for that i assume full responsibility the goals were worthy. We did not achieve what we wished and serious mistakes were made in trying to do some serious mistakes with buds. Name all over them his misdeeds her public knowledge now and people in congress want to exact their pound of flesh in just a few hours but is scheduled to appear before the tower commission and investigative body appointed by congress to look into the iran. Contra scandal he'll be forced to answer difficult questions about his activities potentially illegal activities during his time in the white house but is a marine marines are trained to fight not navigate a swamp of scrutiny partisan politics his entire life. All he wanted to do was serve his country now he feels like he's failed and if he does go down all his ideas for international relations will never be heard so he types and types deep into the morning essays covering everything from arms control with russia to diplomatic relations in the middle east recommendations for his former boss. President reagan who didn't to listen even when bud had his ear. Maybe he'll listen now but something else. To handwritten notes was wife john. The woman with whom he spent the last thirty three years of his life asking for her understanding and forgiveness. He gets up from his desk walks to the kitchen and puts a stack of papers on the counter with the letter to his wife on todd then he pours himself. A glass of red wine reaches in his pocket. Pulls out a bottle of pills valium he puts one in his mouth and uses the wind to wash it down and then another and another methodically until every pill in the bottle is gone in all bud. Swallows thirty tablets. you bows. His head says a quick prayer before heading upstairs when he climbs into bed. Jonah is still awake. She can send something. That's different but what's wrong. Nothing but reaches over and takes her by the hand. I just wanna hold you for the good night. good night. John kisses him on the cheek. It's all part of their nightly routine but denied but knows in might be the last turns off the light plus is is weights.

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"bud" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Bud? No much, man. I just wanted to call that. You know, I love listening to your show and thank you. You know, I was, um, listening to you guys talk about the whole church thing and Muslim myself, So it's It's pretty interesting to look at it. That way. You know God intended religion to be for us and how people in power today are using it, And it's It's Zad and you know You. You were talking about how it made you move away from religion and You know, the responsibility on the shoulders of the people who are supposed to be a representative of the religion is pretty pretty damn they, because they're kind of representing God's message and Messing up. There is Such You know, a tricky thing is And I don't know, man. I could talk about that for hours. No me to let me ask you this because you know it. Pardon my unfamiliarity with the with the Muslim religion. I know that the leader is called an imam are do they make a comfortable living being any mom like is it? Is it like a pastor in that? You can carve out a pretty nice life for yourself or or do they live in? You know what So it depends on to Imam is not like the leader like you know how a pastor it involved is just someone who leads people in prayer, not really religious leader. He's just supposed to be someone who Knows religion a little bit better. So he's supposed to lead the people in the congregation. I got you, but You know, it really depends on the board of the moss. Whoever they mom is leading and, you know, essentially, he said, What you said is right. You know, the leaders are supposed to have a comfortable living so that you know You're in a good place to give the right message and all of that, But obviously, you know, taking money out of poor people's pocket and pockets and put them in their own pocket is Something. It's you know, it's the same in all religions. And we're all from the same gods. You know, Whatever you say. Whatever I say, doesn't change the fact that God had thought, you know, I know. And like the fascinating thing to me about the different religion on this globe, is that Everybody's probably wrong, like you know what I mean, Like every everybody's got their idea of what God is and what the afterlife is. And unless there are multiple gods unless there's ah ganache and a Buddha and Jesus and all that then Just about everybody's wrong And we're only here for like, 80 years if we're lucky, and when we die, we're nothing but worm food, yet we as humanity feel this need To create something else. We have to feel like we're living for something. Otherwise, there's nothing to live for. And our time here seems rather pointless. So maybe we've created through generations and generations. We've created the mythology of religion because it helps us make sense of it all. And maybe there is no sense to be made may were just the third Rock from the sun. That has the right climate to raise humanity and these human beings that carve out a couple of decades for themselves and then die. I don't know, but it's fascinating to talk about like you said, And I could talk about it all day long. But I love hearing from different walks of life. And I'm really glad you called Ali. Thank you, man. Yeah. Is it Open man Improper to tell you is improper for a non Muslim, Maura and infidel like myself to say, Salaam alaikum or all that comes along is that is that in the trunk? Radicals loud and just means peace be on you. And you know, it's just It's a BB soldier on real peace in your heart beats in between your life and good everyone. Then then I come to you. And I hope you have Ah, enjoyable rest of your day and week, man. Thank you, dude. You too. You do a group of 7 to 75791125 and 807 7 100 to 5. I wonder what percentage of rabbis are millionaires. Wonder in the rabbinical faith, like if If wealth is a thing As much as it seems to be in the megachurches. I'm just asking out loud. You gotta live alone. Who are you? A Germany of Steve. I see what's up. Hey, man, I was calling for the three clock came all right, Steve. Today in history, a landmark album was dropped on people. Ah, lot of people knew Dr Dre from his work with the world class wrecking crew terrible band. Ah, awful. I mean, he wore makeup and he wore blouses. And ah, I don't know if you're familiar with the world class wrecking crew, but with but before there was N W. A They had turned off the lights by the world class wrecking crew and man. Oh, man, just really.

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"bud" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Buds Get it today. Just 3 99, thanks for waiting churches, bringing that down home flavor traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons on news 93.1 kfbk. Wind and rain in the forecast today, with highs in the low to mid sixties and winds gusting up to about 20 MPH rain amounts between a quarter and a half inch today in the Sacramento area more showers overnight and into tomorrow, especially in the foothills. Right now. 60 degrees and starting to shower. John Byrne is E news. 93.1 kfbk. Next update in less than 30 minutes, Breaking news, the second of Heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1. Hey, FBK. This'd the sound of a miracle, a miracle that turned a high risk pregnancy into a healthy delivery. A miracle that gave a family not one, not two, but three tiny new humans. All born during one big global pandemic. U C. Davis health offer specialty care and primary care, including the regions on Lee. Nationally ranked level for newborn ICU visit. Choose Health that UC Davis dot e d u U C Davis Health discovering healthy Toyota's Mission? Incredible sales event is on Get 1000 cash Back on 2021, Round four or choose 2000 cash Back on 2020 Highlander and Highlander Hybrid Toyota Let's go. Places Cash back is available through T mne must be applied to transaction excludes, ran for hire. Take delivery by 11 30 20. Don't miss the trading group show Saturdays at 8 A.m. on kfbk Learn how you could earn a full time income as a short term trader. That's the trading group show Saturdays at 8 A.m. R.

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"bud" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"bud" Discussed on The Dictionary

"The genus name is fag param of the family polly yoga nausea which is the buckwheat family and the two plants. The scientific names are faggot. Pyrethrum escalante and fago pie. Tar rhythm tartaric. I hope some of you come just for the possibility that i am going to have to read those words number two the seed of a buckwheat used as a serial grana this comes from dutch and other things and i think that yeah sure next. We have bucky ball. One word noun from nineteen five a molecule of buckminsterfullerene. Oh we had that in the last episode buckminsterfullerene and then broadly we have the synonym fullerene. That's a bucky ball. Next rehab bucky tube. One word noun from nineteen ninety-one a nanno tube composed of pure carbon with a molecular arrangement similar to that of fullerene and this is combining bucky ball and the word tube because it is a nano tube. Next we have bucolic. B u c. o l..

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"bud" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bud" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"You're always telling telling me anyway. <hes> to dead head out <hes> actually plucking some <hes> dead <hes> blossoms off. My <hes> Wave Petunias this morning before I came to work, but. What is your also telling us now to diss bud? Well, that's right, and and now not as dear do it. I had sixteen flower buds ready to open on a particular rose. Two weeks ago, <hes> the night before they opened. Key they whichever came in and eight all but one. Oh, baby! Love them when they're just ready to bloom. Okay enough of that to be tolerated. If however on that plant I had wanted to get a show rose I would have allowed sixteen flower buds to develop <hes>. There are three main canes on the Rose, and I would've literally removed the flower buds on all, but the tip bud or or very nearly the but that way all the energy, the plant plant plants have no brain, but they. To Stimuli that are way hard for us to understand, but any <hes> by taking those others off, I would have stopped the competition and all the energy, the plant then would have gone into one major show rose. It probably would be third again broader taller, it would probably end up with more pedals or more showing and I would have won. It's either for show or to float in a bowl, whereas I, was my roses, and the darn few of them anymore, but I use them as a major color factor in the garden, and with them repeating about every month <hes>. Where to look for the several roses that I have and I, just let them go into. We'll call it multi flooring status <hes> this. This is the preference <hes> that you can make so diss. Budding is to increase the given flowers that remain deadheading is as you did on your way Petunias and or other plants. You're simply taking off what has flowered pedals of dried <hes> et CETERA and you're gonNA. Keep it from going into any kind of decay on the Plus

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"bud" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"bud" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Cultivating successful growers for generation. Now you're always telling telling me anyway. to dead head out actually plucking some dead blossoms off. My Wave Petunias this morning before I came to work, but. What is your also telling us now to diss bud? Well, that's right, and and now not as dear do it. I had sixteen flower buds ready to open on a particular rose. Two weeks ago, the night before they opened. Key they whichever came in and eight all but one. Oh, baby! Love them when they're just ready to bloom. Okay enough of that to be tolerated. If however on that plant I had wanted to get a show rose I would have allowed sixteen flower buds to develop There are three main canes on the Rose, and I would've literally removed the flower buds on all, but the tip bud or or very nearly the but that way all the energy, the plant plant plants have no brain, but they. To Stimuli that are way hard for us to understand, but any by taking those others off, I would have stopped the competition and all the energy, the plant then would have gone into one major show rose. It probably would be third again broader taller, it would probably end up with more pedals or more showing and I would have won. It's either for show or to float in a bowl, whereas I, was my roses, and the darn few of them anymore, but I use them as a major color factor in the garden, and with them repeating about every month Where to look for the several roses that I have and I, just let them go into. We'll call it multi flooring status this. This is the preference that you can make so diss. Budding is to increase the given flowers that remain deadheading is as you did on your way Petunias and or other plants. You're simply taking off what has flowered pedals of dried et CETERA and you're gonNA. Keep it from going into any kind of.

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"bud" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"bud" Discussed on The Free Agents

"Impressive performance here from the clippers who perfect therefore no when they're when they're two studs are playing tough to play against the clippers defense. I think Luka found out yesterday clippers did everything within the rules to play physical with them. You saw zoo bats drop them at at the at the rim couple times he fell went to the free throw line at ton but the clippers traded off they said. Hey we're going to get physical and drop you a couple of times so you go to the free throw you get less shots and get in less rhythm. And they've got incredible defenders who are so so long pushing him to the sideline over and over and over and over and over again again and the mavs need another Another score really to help him out but the clippers. Just that's a problem. They're going to get to everybody. It doesn't matter if you have one score. Four or four scores. It's tough to play against perimeter defenders as we saw even last week when we were talking about the game of the night with the Boston Celtics if they're ready to push up like like they're the cavs and the two thousand sixteen finals against the war is already push up for four minutes at the end of the game with Leonard. Paul George Beverly and then incredible guys like Mohawk less. I mean that's that's just hard to play against and Luca found that out last night. Yeah Paul George quoted after the game saying we've got guys that love playing defense we're really starting to get into our groove really starting to get our chemistry on the defensive end. It's scary. We're clicking right now. We're getting this thing rolling. And they held the mavs who had the greatest offense in MBA history coming into that game held them under one hundred points for the first time this season and helped you know that defense helped the mass pick up twenty turnovers to which was a huge difference maker. I think it was nate Jones on twitter. That said something like what tasks saying that. You're not going to beat the clippers. If you have one guy who can create shots you need at least the second guy who is going to be able attack maybe a defense that spent a little bit but then it's like they've got an Paul George so you maybe you need a third guy who could actually hit the shot after the first two guys have had to pass it off and then you look at every the other teams in the League. There's not a lot of teams out there with three great scores. I feel like it's the Utah Jazz the closest to having three twenty point scorers. And I'll take my chances with the clippers in that one but I was actually happy to see this. LADONNA has been dominating the League and the guys twenty years old. We can't let the one of the guys in the League. Be The best player already. So it's good to see some older. The Guy is shut him down. Reminding these the little brother. Yeah just a dose of reality really for the Mavericks because they've probably been punching above their white so far this season and that was an opportunity for porzingis thing is to at least kind of take some of the weight off. Don't she didn't really do that but he's funny still coming back from an injury. It's going to take time and also for the mavs. It's not a bad loss because we we don't really see them as a contender or challenge season..

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"bud" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bud" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The two teams that played in the divisional series a year ago, the Rockies in the brewers and both Trevor's story and bud black talked with us during a Rockies on deck here about the matchup with the brewers. And you know, bud was right. Each year tells its own story, and you just let it unfold as it unfolds. But at the same time, the Rockies know how tough it's been in this ballpark. They have lost nine of the last make it seven of the last nine regular season games. If you include the two postseason games, it's nine of the last eleven and when you add those postseason games in the Rockies have not scored in nineteen innings against the brewers. So that is certainly something they would like to turn around tonight. It'll. Be an interesting matchup Iraqis offense that has gained its footing over the last two to three weeks against a guy who you'd have to describe as the soft toss her sack Davies off to a good start this year as bud black talked about, and when you look at some of the analytics, he has not only had pretty good overall numbers. He's among the league leaders in soft contact that means that even people are putting the ball in play. They're not really driving it against him. We'll see how that goes tonight. And of course, on the rocky side Kyle Freeland anxious to get back and pick up where he was in his last start when he shut down the Philadelphia Phillies, that's their view from the booth. Brought to us by icon. I care Colorado's trusted Lasix provider. Four convenient locations in a top rated team. You'll love the free. Item of.

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