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Baron Pilot: A Passion for Aviation

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

05:07 min | 3 d ago

Baron Pilot: A Passion for Aviation

"Of the things that I I really actually love about Barron pilot and the Youtube Channel I have to say is that you can tell by what you do and when you're in the airplane, you really enjoy it and that's so cool and so I want to talk a little bit about your flying life and why you're so passionate about aviation. Well. What's not to love about aviation I mean it's something that I think most of US inherently have have gone from the time we were born to being a little boy or girl looking up to the sky senior planes in and being a just in awe of this thing that is fine over us which or says an airplane so I know my self from the time I was a little bored in elementary school. All I ever wanted to do was fly. It's my dream it was my passion and it was something that I just had to find a way to do and unfortunately you know life. than. Make it easy path but it was one of those things that when it's your passion, it's it's nothing's going to stop you. And as far as not stopping, you've actually made it to a great career in aviation and you've also because of that career been able to. Do something a lot of people dream of, and that's by yourself a beautiful twin engine aircraft and one of the things that's great about you because is the fact that you share that you share that with US online but boy. That's not an easy task I know we all look at the video and say, boy, you know that's you know you were critical I couldn't get a better angle here at Cetera but I'm sure this took quite a few years put together. So tell us a little bit about that path. Sure. well I I have a slight advantage in the fact that my background is actually TV production. So one I'm not flying my day job and I do mean other because unfortunately or fortunately, and unfortunately in pilot is a fulltime job in of itself but when I'm not doing that my day job is TV production. So I have a little background in TV production and so some of the. Stuff Kinda came to me naturally from a production standpoint and so just kind of combine the two things I love aviation and and then my background with TV, production and started putting up videos and to be honest I didn't think Barron pilot was going to be anything other than Just me thrown up some videos here and there and some people watching it if I had any idea part would have come up with a more marketable generic name than Barron pilot but But I'm honored and flattered that you know people sort of watching it and as the channel grew I remember hitting five hundred subscribers and and thinking I won the lottery I mean it just was an Inspiring that five hundred people actually hit that that would subscribe button and follow my channel and I was just. In awe and then force channel is. But I. Think the channel has a life of its own. You know I'm just I'm. The lucky one to be able to be part of the channel even though it's my channel I'm the lucky one because it's not about me it's never been about me. It's also one of the reasons why I didn't name the channel after me because it's about aviation and try to keep it of all aviation and my passionate love for it and I try to share it. So when you do share it, it's most of the these trips and and going places and one of the things I really like about it is that it's it's teachable in other words I'll actually tell people to go check out some of the segments because some of the things you've done for instance. Writing clearance down how to fly somewhere is that what you intend it or did you intended just to be about flying around? So one, the channel started it was just about flying. Just flying in general, it was more about just promoting the. Pronunciation in general just getting people to to see I figured initially I thought I would just people who are into aviation would watch it. I. Didn't really think that anyone who wanted to be I would watch. I. Didn't think anyone who is learning would watch it. I figured okay. You've got to be an avid geek like myself to watch it. And as the channel has grown, and as I try to interact with anybody who makes a common I try to interact with them. Anyone who sends a message on Instagram on Beech Baron Pilot I respond to them sumit's a question, just a blanket statement and and I try to get involved and I've learned that there is a good majority of people that watched the channel that are pilots. Some will never be in pilots the just like. And some inspired to be summer in training some are beyond their flying years. So it's the entire spectrum in and I'm always surprised I'm an audit and surprised by daily but because of that that channel has evolved and is continuing to evolve Barron pilots yet. Figured out exactly who and what it is other than trying to be. A sense of inspiration for everyone and whatever that that entails for each individual person.

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More coronavirus infections reported

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

More coronavirus infections reported

"The state added 948 new cases on Friday. That's the third highest number of positive cases the states had in a single day 151 of the newly reported cases were from Children, the youngest being a one month old from Jefferson County. There were also nine New Cove in 19 related deaths to report a 67 year old woman from Barron County, an 85 year old man from Christian County. A 62 year old man from Hopkins County, an 82 year old woman from Lincoln County, a 76 year old woman from Marion County, a 58 year old man from Oldham County, a 76 year old man from Pulaski County and two women ages 78 82 from Todd County.

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Third highest number of new cases of COVID-19 reported in Kentucky on Friday

Terry Meiners

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

Third highest number of new cases of COVID-19 reported in Kentucky on Friday

"Kentucky and another 948 cases of Corona virus. That's the third highest number of positive cases the states had in a single day 151 of the newly reported cases were from Children, the youngest being a one month old from Jefferson County. There were also nine New Cove in 19 related deaths to report a 67 year old woman from Barron County, an 85 year old man from Christian County. A 62 year old man from Hopkins County, an 82 year old woman from Lincoln County, a 76 year old woman from Marion County, a 58 year old man from Oldham County, a 76 year old man from Pulaski County and two women ages 78 82 from Todd County.

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California unemployment: State gets fed funds to pay extra $300

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:05 min | 3 weeks ago

California unemployment: State gets fed funds to pay extra $300

"People worried about eviction. Where do they get the money? We'll. California has finally signed on to a federal program that allows those who lost their jobs to get some extra money again. Let's find out how much and get the story from can extend seventies John Barron. This new program will give the unemployed an extra $300 per week. Now, under the old program, they were getting $600 per week, but that ended at the end of July. Jesse Rothstein is UC Berkeley labor market expert. So this came from an executive order that President Trump fined a few weeks ago where he repurposed money that had been given to FEMA to spend under that system. He says says the the money money is is vital vital for for those those struggling struggling to to pay pay rent rent and and buy buy food. food. But But this this lump lump of of money money this this FEMA FEMA money money that that the the president president tapped tapped into into only only cover cover a a few few weeks. weeks. So So my my guess guess is is by by the the time time the first checks go out, the program will run out and this was retroactive toe August 1st. But if you do the math, that means that people will get the extra money. Only for about three weeks, and we've already passed that time period. Still, it's an extra $900 reporting live John Baird can

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The History Of The Ping-Pong Video Game

American Innovations

04:58 min | Last month

The History Of The Ping-Pong Video Game

"June one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven, Nashua New Hampshire. It's four months since bill, Harrison secret meeting with Ralph Baer and today they're finally unveiling their prototype game console to the company's top brass. Their TV game device isn't much to look at it's an aluminum box the size of a briefcase with a bunch of dials and switches poking out of the top senior executives and the board of directors take seats at the conference table from the head of the table. The company's stony-faced founder Roydon Sanders Surveys, the room his gaze settles on bear across the table. Every time bear pushes up his glasses sweat makes him slip back down again. Bear I. Hear you've been fooling around with some TV gadgetry, some kind of toy. It. Yes. Sir. That's correct. Well, let me be clear. I'm not sure I'm happy with people making toys on my dime. So whatever this thing is it better be good. They're tries to smile it comes out as a grimace with that Harrison switches on the TV set. Okay we're ready. Bear takes a deep breath and starts his presentation. This is the TV game unit. It can play seven different games. You select a game by turning this dial and to to explain the Games, I prerecorded instructions on an audio cassette, and maybe this cassette could come with the device to teach families how to use it. Bear pushes his glasses backup knows deep down he knows he's invented something groundbreaking but that doesn't change the fact that he's pitching a toy to one of America's top military contractors, and now that the presentation started, there's no turning back. Bear turns the dial on the box to lonely squares appear on the screen. One is white. The other red bear presses play on the cassette. Please I have your attention. The first game are chess game. Please fasten the chessboard overlay. There takes out of transparent plastic sheet with a chessboard design and places it over the TV screen. Thanks to the static on the screen. The plastic sheets sticks with the overlay attached. Now looks as though the two squares on the screen are pieces on a chessboard bears prerecorded tape. Rolls. On. The game is played by two players joysticks. The object of this game is to reach the opponents position moving one square at a time. Please shut me off. Bear stops the cassette and pick up a joystick. The executive stare is bare and Harrison Guide their onscreen squares around the chessboard. The. Room disconcertingly quiet. The TV game unit can't do sound one board members stifles a yawn. Bear decides he'd better move onto the next game he whips the chessboard. Screen pushes up his glasses and restarts the audio cassette. Now, for a little more action, let's have a steeplechase one will be the hunter. One will be the Fox shut me off. please. Barron Harrison Start Moving two squares around the otherwise empty screen the moment. Harrison Square catches bear square the game restarts. There's no scoring the TV game. Unit camp keep scores. When executive fiddles with tie some board members cover their size with their hands others don't bother the presentation is tanking fast. But then Harrison pulls out a toy rifle. The executive sit up Harrison grins don't worry folks at isn't loaded. It's just a light gun. There turns the game selection switch a large white square appears on a screen and starts roaming around at random bear presses play on the tape. We're are going to test your accuracy as a marksman. We guarantee if you can shoot straight with this rifle, you can shoot straight with anything. There's no way of predicting just where the target is going to be. Now, let's see if you can hit. The target shooting game immediately changes the mood among the executives. Maybe there could be a military application for bears toy after all soon, the suited executives are lining up to take potshots at the onscreen. Target. After the demonstration Bayern. Harrison stand in silence as the sanders associates executives confer I don't think the rightful gain will cut it for military training needs a lot more work if it's going to do that I agree agree but still it was fun. Wasn't it sure but we're not a toy company. Eventually. All eyes. Settle on Roydon Sanders Sanders strokes is mustache and then looks at bear This is interesting. Not sure what we can do with this thing, but I wanna see where it leads but fair next time I want to see something we can sell or license. Got It. Bear manages a smile. His project is still alive for now.

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How AI is Being Applied to the Stock Market

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

04:23 min | Last month

How AI is Being Applied to the Stock Market

"Hello and welcome to the Today podcast I'm your House Kathleen Mulch. I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. So today we're going to spend our. podcast talking about our use case series where we look at the adoption, I in various different industries and today, we're GonNa take a look at the stock market and the training on. Amazing. Other things like the stock market commodities and futures bonds and Blah, Blah Blah. So we talk about stark record. We're talking about the trading floor in general, but basically the stock market and it is the dream. It is the long dream of anybody WHO's in the financial trading industry to find the magical algorithm magical model that can predict the future of the market because if you can do that you basically when everything in life. Right because. If I can tell you the price of Amazon or apple stock or oil, or whatever tomorrow, I can lock in my buy low sell high sell high by. Then you went and you know what? There are very smart PhD mathematicians out there right now, who are working on machine learning models to predict the markets, right? So we should talk about. I think ever since there's been a market, there's been someone trying to figure it out in one way or another. Just. Technology helps but still hasn't cracked it. So like Ron said, we wanted to spend some time today talking about a and how it's impacting the overall stock market trading floor and that whole area recently adoption of AI in financial trading has seen an uptick and more people are starting to look into this wealth managers are using ai to help serve their clients better. Freighters are using AI and also Also, augmented intelligence tools to gain insights and flight market advantages. You know anything that they can get. They really try any slight gain, is worth it to them, and also many people are starting to see some real value from using ai just in general. So we wanted to spend some time to dig deeper into this and talk about how ai is being applied in various ways. So part of getting. Getting an advantage in the stock market, of course, was called Informational advantage. If you have to know something before other people know things. Then you have an advantage just goes all the way back to you. Even Barron Rothschild in London stock markets, how he used the supposedly passenger pigeons ticket information from the battlefields. You know that was like supposedly like one of those big innovations and it kind of carries. Carries through to the high frequency trading. We're like you can engage in micro. Senate? Like not even Microsoft, by Pico Senate seconds of advantage over someone else because you have the man, you could place that trade just before the other people place the trade. Then you have an advantage, right? So having information advantage is a real thing, but you know nobody really knows the future especially machines. So really. So what you can use, you could try to just build better models. You could try to figure out, could try to fill the basically figure out a better cause and effect like when you see something happening in one place, right? What does your model tell you about what will happen somewhere else or maybe something in the same market like when I see, let's see there's oil prices are going up does your Mama. Mama predict something with some high rate of predictability about what will happen in other market, and so this idea of modeling model changes for Stock Market for finance for risk levels, the is really able to really analyze things just a much higher level. It's basically just doing things that skill we talk about that with the idea of hyper personalization is one of the patterns just in general patterns and anomalies and predictive analytics. Systems can read all the news, they can look at all the social media. Posts, you know they could check every stock, it check derivatives on stock options that could check all those things. So companies that are really using a I are using it first and foremost to just be a massive intelligence gathering tool and synthesize all that information together, and basically try to use that to inform and influence their models and use those models to basically help do things at a much faster speed, and of course, is about speed right? The speed is incredibly valuable and so someone getting something just slightly faster getting that insight. Maybe you just haven't inside that nobody else has which is great in. You can act on that and hope nobody else notices, but a lot of time. But the truth of the matter is, is that you never alone there's too many people looking at too many things. So it's really about speed right and there are many many companies that are really building these ai tools to look at the complex patterns in the market and analyze those pens so that that's one big way is hoping right now.

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Andrea Freeman discusses her book "Skimmed: Breastfeeding, Race, and Injustice"

The Electorette Podcast

05:57 min | Last month

Andrea Freeman discusses her book "Skimmed: Breastfeeding, Race, and Injustice"

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner and this is the electorate I'm this episode? A have a conversation with Andrea Freeman. She's a professor at the University of Hawaii and author of the book skimmed. Skimmed, this book, which chronicles allies of America's first reviving set of identical quadruplets, the false sisters, the quadruple tra, born in nineteen, forty, six to any faults of Bratcher woman who had lost her ability to hear in seek as child. Pulling the birth of her quadruplets, the white doctor who delivered them saw an opportunity he sold the to use the sisters for marketing purposes to the highest bidding formula company. There was an exploitative relationship that fall quadruplets for the rest of their lives. GIVES US A book about Race Poverty Exploitation and food policy. Answer and I opened our conversation with her, describing the story of Anti foles and the birth of her quadruplets Foltz was a block and Cherokee woman she lived in reads Phil North Carolina and was married to a tenant farmer. Everybody called P. to his twenty years older than her. She lost the ability to hear and speak in childhood, and she had six kids already when she learned that she was going to have triplets, so because of the high risk of the multiple she went early to the hospital spent a few weeks there, and on the night of their birth she found out there was another little girl hiding behind her sisters, and she had the first recorded. Recorded surviving identical black quadruplets, and so the girls who were very adorable, became instant celebrities. There was reporting about them all over the country. Universal Studios sent a camera person the New York. Times reported it and suddenly Andy May, who was not used to the spotlight became famous. Yes, she had the unfortunate luck of having a really terrible doctor. Right to just put simply he was unethical. In every possible way to premises, was Dr Kleiner, yeah Dr Fred Cleaner he loved to speak vocally about his support of Hitler. He maintained segregated waiting rooms, and he took advantage of the fact that he delivered the quadruplets to begin experimenting on them on the day of their birth. He had theories about the healing powers of vitamin C, and he injected them all with. A fairly large dose on the day they were born then he decided that he would name the girls. Even though anime had picked out her own set of names, and he gave them all the first name Mary, and then the names of his wife, sister, aunt and great aunt, the next thing he did was auction the girls off to the highest bidding Formula Company to Become Their Corporate Godfather. So what was anti doing all of the time? Did she have any say as to what he was doing, so I know about the naming things with the naming she was. was trying to think of names and I think she was going over names with our sister or someone on our family, and they couldn't decide, so he took it upon himself to come up with a name. The name Mary like you mentioned, but all the other decisions are being made. Did he even consult with her I? Know this was nineteen forty-six, so she probably felt that with this white doctor, you know she was black and Cherokee the. She didn't have a lot of choices. Exactly so there's race and class wrapped up in there and no doubt gender and. You know every kind of oppressive element there is that he basically felt that he could do whatever he wanted, and she didn't have the power to stop him, and also her her abilities, and you know she could not speak or here, and he just completely took advantage of her. So do you know about the deal? He made with the with the Formula Company in relation to I mean. was there any justification as to why formula was needed? Because she actually breast feed, she could, but in those days it was not encouraged. Really for anybody is not like now, but especially for. Black Women and poor black woman. There would be no expectation that she would do that, so it's just one of the distinctions so like back then pet milk, the milk which you would, you talked earlier and formula. They were one in the same, okay, so. You talked about this earlier. This was basically just sugar and milk, so it wasn't very healthy. No, it wasn't very. It should have been given to two babies I. Mean Right, yeah, so so the deal that he cut with a formula company. It basically change the trajectory of their lives, so not only was marketing deal, but they were kind of entangled in this for their entire lives. There was something about him, not only did. He cut a deal with the companies, but there's something about the land. They had a house built on land that I think he owned yeah the way that he had the deal made, and he had his sister-in-law, who was also the first woman to ever be a state chief justice. She was the trustee of this deal and he organized it. It so that he and his family would benefit so pet milk purchased some land from his father in law, but the land was just you know Barron and hilly and impossible to actually get anything out of but he had a house built on that land with a nursery with a very large window, and then put an ad in the newspaper, so people could come and pay to look at the girls on the weekends, very reminiscent of human zoos and then he had pet milk pay for nurses, and the nurses were his nurses, and through them he was able to maintain access to the girls throughout their childhood and continue his experiments

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Everybody Do Less

The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

03:17 min | 2 months ago

Everybody Do Less

"Rachel Wilkerson Miller, welcome to the struggle bus. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited to be here I am so thrilled You are a friend of the show. You are one of my best friends in Hawaii. World and you're here to guest co host. Catherine has the week off. And so before we get into it I'm GonNa tell our audience a little bit about you. You know her. You love her Rachel Carson Miller is the deputy editor vice life and the author of two books, DOT journaling a practical guide, which was published in twenty, seventeen and her most recent book, the art of showing up how to be there for yourself and your people which came out in May. And, a big Fan. I'm a big Fan of your writing big Fan of the art of showing up I feel like I've learned a lot about what what it even means to show up. and. We're GonNa talk about that today. but Rachel before we get into the show and I didn't tell you I was going to do this. I didn't know I was going to some very sorry about but. Can you just like talk for a second about like what what is showing up like? How? How do you think about it? How do you define it? and just like. Maybe you're a quick like elevator pitch for like why it's important to think about. Yeah, definitely so I. Say this right mantra that it's one of those things that can be a little bit hard to describe you know when you see it. to me, it starts. Starts really with the active Barron witness to something, and this applies to showing up for other people are showing up for yourself so being an active observer to what's happening around you and like really taking it in, and then naming what you're saying, so running it through the lens of your past experiences in your own life with this person everything you know naming it kind of giving it a sort of starting to make sense of it I think naming his really powerful, and and then reacting accordingly, so if it's a friend, it might means sang them Oh my gosh. I'm so sorry that happened to you. or how are you feeling? If it's something you're going through, it might be a little bit more of like. How am I feeling about this thing that just happened. Which I've now realize wasn't great so some kind of response and the response sometimes is just the. The naming it's realizing a bad thing happened, I just need to sit with that other times. The response is going to be doing some kind of self care or taking action in some way. spent kind of the basics, but I think we kind of recognizing people are showing up for us when they're fully present fully there and I think we know when we're showing up for ourselves to and and when we're not showing up for ourselves. Okay? Well I think that was the episode. Anyone for tuning in. That was awesome. That was such a beautiful elegant, like explanation of what it means to show up, and also like I gotta say man like I. Feel like the struggle bus. Is You know we describe it? As like mental health shown advice show we, we sometimes like struggle with like exactly how to describe it, but I think that like what you just described about talking about how to show for yourself and other people is like kind of the mission of the show and Sal I, Yeah, so I'm. Very excited that you're here. I'm very excited to I. Feel like you get showing up on a deep level. You always have that I. Think is why we're so close in large part so this show the show gets it. The audience gets it. I'm excited.

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If You Can't Giggle At Yourself Five Years From Now, You Haven't Grown Enough - with Brit Barron

RISE Podcast

04:58 min | 2 months ago

If You Can't Giggle At Yourself Five Years From Now, You Haven't Grown Enough - with Brit Barron

"When this podcast airs, it will be the day. Your first book is out in the world's. How does it feel like Tom Arnold? The thinks. It feels amazing. Good the last I felt like. Three months ago I was like waking up in the middle of the night. Like does it suck, you know. And, and then had to work through so like what am I afraid of? And then finally I got a place like you know what I'm so excited for to be out and I'm so excited for people to read it and I'm excited here. What hits? What doesn't what like I'm just excited? Yeah, it's like I'm ready. Yeah, and by the way it's so normal as a creator. Especially I mean as an author. No matter how many books right you still are like you vacillate between. I think this is pretty good and oh. Oh, my gosh is is total garbage. What was I think? And it's been it. That's the wild thing. It's such a solo process for so long right like you and a couple of editors like. Sammy and my mom a year you know. And then it's just like you with these words for so long, and now it's GonNa be very public experience, the android like shocking, but also like by by the last week of waiting for it to be out by. Let's just gut. Let's deal. Yet and I'm ready and I'm like so happy. It's in the world and I just I just feel so proud of it in so west at about. So the buckets about okay, so you'll know this because we've been friends for so long I wanted to write a book for. Just one of those people like fifteen right like I, WanNa. Write a book and we were at happy. Hour. Like probably five years ago, you're looking at me like worldwide. Why don't you want yeah like I, don't. In I. Think Realizing I'm not sure what I had to say I'm not sure what I wanted to say. Just wanted to write a book, which is not the best place to right from. And then I went through the season of. coming out of leaving, everything is sort of. To pursue something, different of facing so many fears, I had in what many finally wanNA write. That story was realizing actually how universal was so going through this experience of I. Don't want to be true to who I am. Because that will disrupt too many people around me. And for people who don't know your story I know you've been on the podcast several times for people who don't know you what what was disruptive about who you were. Yes, so I was a a group in the church, and then I was a pastor to mega church. And then I discovered more about my own sexuality through meeting. My now wife, who was then my best friend. Use All right through that and in in that right coming out. That was not a place where it's okay to be gay. And not only that specific place, but the culture I grew up in like the church culture. The church seen in when you work at a church. It's not just your job, right? It's your friends. It's your family. It's your networks like I remember thinking if I don't work here. Can I work with a Christian College I e so workout if I can't work there camera, the other Christian College I used to go to like my whole network and world. And then deeper than that, my identity was really tied to believing certain things in in going to church on Sunday and knowing that God had a plan in it was a specific plan and and I was gonNA. Step outside of that in so like layers on my heirs of disrupting probably every structure in my life to the point and so that's. Part of what I wanted to write, because none of that was easy. Right in this life now that I'm. Grateful, for in could never have imagined. Life could be good, and I'm my marriage in this family were creating but it was so hard. It was so hard to get there and. Yeah and it felt it felt singular. Felt like I'm a mega church pastor who came out in and disrupted my whole life and is very specific. In at the same time. Highlight got messages like when we came out publicly. From people who had gotten divorced from people who have gotten pregnant before they're married people grip in the church and started realizing this common. Narrative and I was like. Wow, that is so that means so much to me what they're saying from like a different story. Absolutely nothing I started realize like. Oh, my gosh is is more universal truths. Happening here like more people should be allowed to to face this this reality and be true what they feel like they're. They need

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Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, dies at 41

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, dies at 41

"Some of the biggest names in entertainment offering condolences this morning for Broadway star Nick Cordero. He's 41 years old. He died in Los Angeles this weekend after a three month battle against Corona virus. Cordero earned a Tony Award nomination for his role in Bullets over Broadway. His co star Zach Braff, says he was incredibly grateful for the actors friendship. Dr. David Barron, telling connects, he hopes something positive can come from something so tragic silver lining. Of course we're going. Those was sad about the loss is to say, all right, we're going to make sure they're less of this happens. And so you're right. Maybe it is a message to people to get more serious about the masks and the social distancing in the hand Washing Cordero's wife offer to frequent updates on social media, describing Cordero's ferocious fight against the Corona virus, the disease that hit him, which led to pull a multiple infection, severe lung damage. And a leg amputation Once again will Nick Cordero has died. He was just 41 years old, passed away this weekend here in Los

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Tributes For Nick Cordero, Dies Of COVID-19

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Tributes For Nick Cordero, Dies Of COVID-19

"Matter what they say. Tributes are pouring in for Broadway star Nick Cordero died here in Los Angeles over the weekend after three month battle against the Corona virus. Hamilton Starr Lin Manuel Miranda, calling his passing devastating Lecter is Zach Braff, who co starred with Cordero when the hit Broadway musical Bullets over Broadway, said he never knew a kinder person, Dr David Barron tells K. And, actually, celebrity deaths can get people to be more proactive about covert 19. I think once we get over the sadness and the horror that we feel when we hear about a relatively young person, especially someone He's a person of note in society who's known to lots of people. It's very sobering. It really can affect us. Cordero is survived by his wife and his one year old son. The Cordero was just 41 years

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President can fire CFPB director at will, but agency can operate

The Erick Erickson Show

01:24 min | 2 months ago

President can fire CFPB director at will, but agency can operate

"The Supreme Court has decided that the consumer financial protection bureau structure violates the separation of powers, but that the directors removal protectionist several you will recall that the the CFP was designed so that the director could not be removed by the president of the United States the supreme. Court is holding that the CFP violates the separation. Separation of powers, we go on to hold the directors removal production of several from the other statutory provisions Barron on its authority. The agency May therefore continue to operate, but it's director must be removable by the president at will due to the separation of powers that actually gives win to conservatives in a way that they wouldn't. The Consumer Financial Protection Provisions Collapses in the Way Elizabeth Warren wanted. It's structured and interestingly enough. That is John Roberts. Giving a big conservative win in theory, but has actually small ball now. How is that well? Conservatives had advanced the case on separation of powers in a unitary executive, and Roberts has conceded all of that in his decision on this. But at the end of the day it's not the wind. Conservatives wanted conservatives one of the win on the on the abortion clinic

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Apple, Microsoft Become First American Companies Worth $1.5 Trillion... On the Same Day

Business Wars Daily

05:01 min | 3 months ago

Apple, Microsoft Become First American Companies Worth $1.5 Trillion... On the Same Day

"Wednesday. Apple became the first publicly traded American company to reach a one and a half trillion dollar valuation. That's right. The Silicon Valley superstar continued at Sky High trajectory despite being close to foot traffic all over the world since March, perhaps even more remarkable than the news of Apples, record-breaking valuation was that the same day Microsoft also crossed the one point five trillion dollar mark share prices of Google and Amazon shot up as well although their market valuations didn't quite achieve such celestial levels. Prior Wednesday the only publicly traded company in the world. Worth that much was oil company Saudi Aramco it went public last December, so why the sudden jump in the market analysts say investors like big tech right now because lockdowns made us more dependent on technology for work and leisure than ever before stuck at home, we all downloaded programs like crazy from apple's for the load jumped by a third in the last couple of months according to Morgan Stanley, we also glommed onto the apple. Watch research firm strategy analytics. Apple sold close to eight million of the smart watches in the first quarter up almost twenty five percent from a year earlier according to Fast Company finally investors are looking ahead hopefully to apple's planned introduction of a five G. capable phone, the IPHONE twelve possibly by next month five G. is the next generation cellular network one that promises greater bandwith with and much higher speeds. And rebels in its financial success, it's also responding to global calls for civil rights on Thursday Apple. CEO Tim Cook announced that the company is investing one hundred million dollars in wide ranging racial equity initiatives from increasing its investments in education and training to better diversifying its workforce in supply chain. If apple is the darling of individual customers. Microsoft remains the choice of corporate America these days, a lot of corporate. America's employees are operating from the dining room table. In order to function companies are scrambling to provide workers with cloud, based productivity and communication software like Microsoft three, sixty five and teams, according to Barron's, but let's not give apple and Microsoft all the credit for their eye-popping valuations. Some of their boost came from. Shall we say irrational exuberance in the market overall now bear with me for a second because we're going to be explaining what happened in the market last week? which is a century in Covid nineteen time. Last Tuesday and Wednesday. Investors seem to want to believe that the pandemic was behind us. That reopening the economy would not only go smoothly, but that millions of unemployed people would get their jobs back fast. With hope, not necessarily evidence says its foundation. The market lifted to new heights. Investors were even gobbling up shares of companies in the hardest hit industries, airlines and hotels, and then evidence that we are not passed. The pandemic surfaced there are now more than two million cases of covid nineteen in America in the US more than one hundred ten thousand people have died according to Johns Hopkins University case counter spiking in several states that reopened around Memorial Day including California Florida, Texas and Arizona. Seeing these numbers investors hopes deflated, and many scrambled to sell on Thursday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank more than eighteen hundred points, the biggest single-day drop in the stock market, since March as many already warned, there had been no evidence that the virus was gone and the increase in cases prove those skeptics right now. Investors are worried about a dreaded second wave which could force lockdowns all over again at least regionally added to those worries remarks by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday. He warned that the recovery will take a long time. Time some people may struggle for years to find new jobs in some may never be able to return to their old industries. He said Powell's gloomy outlook, plus the coronavirus counts at up to wall. Street's sharp drop, but there were certain companies that seemed relatively immune. Yep, you got it. Apple and Microsoft, both fell slightly with the rest of the market. Apple ended the day just a wee bit under one point, five trillion and market value. Microsoft fell more, but don't cry any tears for them. They ended at one point four trillion. For Big Tech companies, more lockdowns means many of us will continue living and working in virtual worlds, and that means buying yet more. APPs streaming services cloud based software and the like what this means for the future of these longtime rivals, well those who like watching races or now anticipating who will reach two trillion dollars in valuation I apple or Microsoft? And went even with the economy sputtering when it comes to business wars in big tech. The goalposts just keep moving forward.

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Officials fear protests may cause surge in coronavirus cases

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Officials fear protests may cause surge in coronavirus cases

"The protests and by J. crosser than California triggering deep concern about a surge in cases of coronavirus KNX medical expert Dr David Barron tells us public health officials are reacting with horror to the scenes playing out on the streets with all the yelling with all the close proximity with the lack of mask anyone of the three our problem and he says this looks to be making a very bad situation even worse we were already shaking in our boots a little bit wondering how this was going to go and whether people who were already violating the social distancing rules or flaunting member just ignoring them what was gonna happen fourteen days later and I think two Mondays from now we're gonna be having a very different conversation about the number of new cases of coronavirus another problem is the fact the number of virus testing sites around the region have been closed down because of all the

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Trump moves to underground bunker as protests and violence spill over

Charlie Parker

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Trump moves to underground bunker as protests and violence spill over

"Amid the violent protests president trump was reportedly rushed to the White House bunker president trump was rushed into a White House bunker Friday night as thousands of protesters clash with secret service outside the executive mansion that's according to a Republican close to the White House who spoke on condition of anonymity the bunker was designed for use in emergencies like terrorist attacks the president spent about an hour there while protesters threw rocks and bottles the guards outside they were also tearing down barricades only to see secret service put them right back up again it's not clear if First Lady melania trump and son Barron were in the bunker with the

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"barron" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:27 min | 3 months ago

"barron" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ninety an interesting article in today's Barron's that I just wanted to share because we talk here on money talk about active mutual funds and passive mutual funds meaning by and large index funds and there was an article about the tech stocks in the how of the Big Five have really dominated that would be Microsoft apple Amazon Google the corporate name is alphabet and Facebook and it's interesting I I wasn't really surprised by this but I wanted to highlight it this afternoon because I think a lot of people might be so you own the S. and P. five hundred index fund from Schwab or fidelity or vanguard or somebody else you can reasonably assume that you have broad diversification across five hundred names well in some ways that's true but because it's a market capitalization weighted index every day they take the price of a company's shares times and number of shares outstanding and that mold that product to that multiplication they line him up from the biggest to the smallest so when you have a sustained period of leadership for example in the I. T. that we've seen coming out of the global financial crisis ten years ago they get bigger and bigger in terms of market capitalization so according to Barron's today Microsoft apple Amazon Google and Facebook represent twenty percent that's right twenty percent of the S. and P. five hundred so those five stocks the other four hundred ninety five names are the other eighty percent so what implications does this have well in my experience when there is substantial leadership change between so I'm just gonna used generic term growth stocks and value stocks that shipped in a market capitalization weighted index can have some fairly serious consequences long term listeners have heard me say that if you started the century at owning the largest stock bond at the time the vanguard index five hundred and held it for a decade you've got the dividend but your appreciation was zero doesn't make it a bad thing it's just that we had this huge shift from the bull market of the nineties with the I. T. stocks dominating so we got to the point at the end of nineteen ninety nine the beginning of two thousand where we were in some situations similar to where we are today we're a handful of names like Cisco Systems and they'll really carried the S. and P. five hundred it was extremely difficult or so called active managers in the stock market to compete with that unless they loaded up on just those names they became effectively sector funds and that way they could outperform the index the problem is no one ever tells us when leadership is going to change with a really interesting phenomenon this week which was that the nasdaq underperformed the Dow Jones industrial average and the reason for that was that the so called value stocks specifically the financials in the energy stocks outperformed the IT stocks now who the heck knows if that's a one off just a short term phenomenon or the beginning of a more substantial leadership change I don't know but that kind of thing what happened in two thousand at the market dropped from March of two thousand the September of two of over fifty percent using the S. and P. five hundred and coming out of that the leadership completely changed so companies that were in the so called value part which is represented a smaller proportion of the S. and P. five hundred grew and grew and grew and grew and become bigger parts of the S. and P. five hundred but the value managers which would look who had looked like idiots from ninety five to ninety nine beat the S. and P. five hundred so I just think that's very interesting and a note of where we are today I got a text in the call and I'm gonna take.

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Workers At Garment Factories In Bangladesh Face Harsh Conditions During The Pandemic

All Things Considered

03:37 min | 4 months ago

Workers At Garment Factories In Bangladesh Face Harsh Conditions During The Pandemic

"To Bangladesh which is under a coronavirus locked down except for garment factories the garment industry is critical to Bangladesh's economy and to the livelihoods of millions of mostly female workers there NPR's Lauren Frayer reports shampoo actor works twelve hours a day at a factory in Bangladesh's capital she sews denim jeans destined for the US and Europe earning ninety five dollars a month she's been able to support her disabled brother or sister and their parents that is until late March when her factory closed because of the corona virus Bangladesh's had about five hundred code nineteen deaths in a population of a hundred and sixty million you take my facts she was shut for six weeks I fell behind on rent I couldn't be my brother's medical evidence I'm very scared and one it's not only me one of my coral because I'm in the same position some relief came in early may when her factory re opened her manager gathered all the sewing machine operators together with I'm in my sixty percent of our salaries for the days you missed but he also said global orders have basically stopped and he doesn't know how long you'll be able to keep being listed on in Bangladesh where there are no unemployment benefits any pay cut or furlough can literally be to starvation milled up no money starving hunger not as much achter no relation to Shamba is a former child labor and now president of one of the largest union federations in Bangladesh the last time she saw such desperation was seven years ago when a garment factory called Rana plaza caught fire and collapsed killing more than a thousand people love that well not many days sector the worst knows many survivors were left with nothing but back then big fashion brands stepped up the pay compensation for wages and implemented new safety standards doctor says that's not happening now global brands are obsessed with their own pain they're canceling orders in Bangladesh where they typically don't have to pay until they take the goods and now close are piling up in warehouses gap has yet to pay a penny for back orders JCPenney Kohl's mother care hi Lisa Barron blot in California is an activist behind the hash tag Hey up campaign which is petitioning big fashion brands to pay for whatever they ordered before the pandemic broke out NPR contacted those brands gap and Kohl's did not respond J. C. Penney has declared bankruptcy and says it hopes to make some vendor payments mother Kerr says it's working very closely with manufacturing partners but didn't respond when asked for specifics bear in blood says that's not enough these are mothers sisters wives who kept these brands profitable for decades and it is not the time in a global pandemic for these brands to turn their backs on the women who make our clothes she says some brands including H. and M. adidas and Nike have agreed to pay K. for seven point five billion dollars in backorders factories are re opening to fill those with some help from government loans well I actually talked to since her factory gave her mask and installed a hand washing station at the door but her sewing machine is just inches from the next one no social distancing and that is the least of her worries she just hopes the factory stays open I need to work she says all die of hunger before I die of this

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The Dark Knight Trilogy (Nolan #4)

Filmspotting

06:37 min | 4 months ago

The Dark Knight Trilogy (Nolan #4)

"Welcome to film spotting so Josh. We've arrived at the stage of our Nolan who've review where we've actually reviewed the films on the show previously the first three films in the series following Memento and insomnia all predate film spotting this week. We're revisiting Nolan's dark knight trilogy. Two thousand five's Batman begins which started. It was one of the first films reviewed on the show. Way Back in two thousand five. That movie came out in June. The show began in March of. Oh five unfortunately. Our Review on episode eighteen of the show has been archived in the basement of Wayne Industry headquarters along with all the other films. Spotting PROTOTYPES COW. Can't hear me out among the disappointed listeners. Who went to search for that review? Just today thinking I'd be able to hear Sam. I thought it would be good preparation you know like to do. My homework. Couldn't find it so we'll have to unearth that at some point. Yeah I'll have to give you a tutorial on searching the archive film spotting website. Because it's there but you can bet. I did not seek it out interest in listening to the archive that I found only went back to. I forget what show but it wasn't this one so yeah I'll have to get to to`real but with that review lost a time. I guess the best thing we can do for now is move on to version two point. Oh world like to disappear. Barron staff was not for the parents to serve. Justice cannot let pass. If you yourself and you become something else. Dialing our Christopher Nolan overview stays on chronological track at least for the moment with two thousand five's Batman Begins Adam. This is Nolan's big-budget high profile. Follow up to insomnia which itself was a medium budgeted studio. Follow up to his indie breakout. Memento what did I expect from Batman begins in two thousand? Five Nolan was already on my radar as a special talent superhero movies. Were something I enjoyed but aside from Tim Burton's Batman Installments and Sam Raimi's Spiderman Efforts Spiderman. Too by the way came out in two thousand and four I felt Comic Book Films. Usually fell into a fairly predictable box. The question for Batman begins then was whether or not the John. Laura would bend to Nolan's promise or Nolan would bend to the genre in two thousand five to my mind. Nolan's will one out even next to Burton and Raimi's Work Nolan's take on the superhero film stood out as distinct. It was dark. It was intense and above all it was rooted in a real world. Specificity that was recognizable while building his costume. I love that Bruce Wayne Orders some ten thousand bat ears that turn out to be unusable. This Bruce Wayne and even Batman could exist just like us he had to do Amazon returns. That first impression of Batman begins makes me think that I watched it through the Lens of a Superhero Movie. Perhaps with tempered expectations this time. Though in the midst of our review I was decidedly watching it through the Lens of a Christopher Nolan movie and from that perspective keeping in mind masterful later efforts like the prestige which was Nolan's next film the Dark Knight which doubles down on much of what made Batman begins so throwing inception and dunkirk. That begins played as far more conventional. It has Nolan touches to be clear deception traumatized characters narrative twist but they each seemed a bit better towards the genre this time around something of a compromise. If in understandable one given where Nolan was in his career ultimately I think my original impression is probably the correct one and we can maybe get into a tangent here atom on whether or not a films original context matters. Most I think that's especially applicable. Maybe to dark knight rises but either. Way Adam. I'm curious what frame of mind you're in while revisiting Batman begins for our Nolan overview. Did you approach it as a superhero movie which in twenty twenty means contending with the reality of the MC you or did you assess it more? On a Nolan scale you know from interstellar on the bottom to the top where you'll find dunkirk. How dare you? I love how you unnerve me heading into my reply here and maybe that's appropriate because even though you answered it. I see what you're trying to do I'm onto you. You're actually previewing are pending discussion of the Dark Knight by presenting me with a joker like Dilemma Harvey. Rachel press the button and kill the other passengers. Risk them killing me Nolan movie or Superhero Movie. Your just an agent of chaos. Josh always knew what do I look like a guy with plan on one hand? I wasn't looking at this film. This trilogy of films as a Nolan creation consciously and I am it would be happening unconsciously of course just by the nature of this little project that we have set out on at the same time. I was eager to see this origin story again because just like I suppose bruce being forever scarred by his encounter with the bats I'm gonNA forever be blessed with the memory of my first superhero movie. Richard Donner's Superman. It's been talked about a little bit over the years here on the show and among its many thrills it shows us who Clark is how we got Earth those early discoveries of his gifts running alongside the train kicking that football. This first demonstrations of his abilities and helping people as Superman. That's the stuff I ate up. Then that's the stuff. I still eat up now. The Fun stuff. I guess that equate with Superhero movies. That is lost the darker. You alluded to this the darker. The more realistic the more serious. These movies get honestly the more these films feel less like Superman and more like James Bond. And that's definitely the case in this trilogy. I think this is where we really see. It happen right. Where Superhero Movies did turn into? Something else became something else in pop culture. We watched it unfold over the course of these. Three movies didn't we? I think that's fair. I think you could roll in watchmen there but that was two thousand nine so this was ahead of that.

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Are Trump's presidency and the Trump Organization intertwined?

Podcast Central

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Are Trump's presidency and the Trump Organization intertwined?

"When Donald junior and Eric trump traveled to make international business deals flanked by serious looking dudes with ear pieces and lapel pins it sends a message that the presidency and the trump organization are intertwined the overall cost of secret service protection for the trump family will likely be millions more than it was for Obama's family over four years in addition to the science trips abroad trump spent almost every weekend in Palm Beach melania trump lives full time in New York at least for the rest their son Barron school year some people think Donald junior and Eric trump said pay for their own security detail to lessen the financial burden to US taxpayers and to signal a deeper commitment to separating business from politics but that's not likely to happen in legally it doesn't have to

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"barron" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"barron" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Barron cubicles a March with no basketball madness the lights on Broadway have gone dark travel to most of Europe has been banned novel coronavirus declared a pandemic the public is struggling to come to grips with the outbreak as health officials seemingly encourage isolation well coded nineteen has woven itself deep into the daily lives of millions your risk of getting it remains relatively low more than one hundred thirty four thousand cases are being reported around the world there have been almost five thousand deaths but sixty nine thousand have fully recovered and forty eight thousand show only minor symptoms only around six thousand cases worldwide are considered critical the novel corona virus has infected far fewer people worldwide the seasonal flu it is considered a bigger threat some of the fear and anxiety is for sure if you'll be in part by mainstream media that hungers to drive more ears and eyeballs to its content social media is inflaming such fears but there is a real threat in New Jersey the number of cases has reached twenty nine eleven counties infected range in age from fifteen to seventy four and there is now evidence of what's called community spread let's bring in New Jersey won a one point five David Matthau who has been closely monitoring the situation in New Jersey since the start David governor Murphy recommended large gatherings in New Jersey be canceled what can you tell us about that well Eric he told us that Jersey health officials agree with him that we should urge all state residents to avoid big crowds and to be careful about being near people meanwhile as you mentioned six new presume cases today bringing the total to twenty nine that new total includes a sixteen year old girl in Bergen county and there's been one death a sixty nine year old man who had multiple serious health issues or ready the state health commissioner Judy person Kelly did not have any more information today that would either confirm or deny if community spread of this disease has started all right David thank you among the mitigation efforts in New Jersey is a state of emergency and for more on that we're gonna turn our senior state house correspondent Michael Simons Michael there always seems to be confusion when an emergency declaration is made what does that mean for New Jersey tonight yes it is a new Jersey's first ever immersive decoration related public health but it's quite similar to those issued in conjunction with major storms it mostly allows for certain powers to be exercised if need be this is potentially banning some gatherings are being held which as of this afternoon is our quest but not a mandate more importantly it activates the state's strictest ruled against excessive price increases during an emergency Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said state of god around two hundred and seventy complaints about price gouging another unfair business practices including a hundred in the last day now has over and it now has around fifty five investigators inspecting retail establishments around the state we're seeing more schools Mike either shifting to home school model or making preparations to do so what guidance are they getting from the Murphy administration so districts were told by the department of education to prepare to have their buildings closed including a plan for having students continue to learn remotely either by sending papers Homer online complacently Chromebooks they had to submit plans the county superintendents to ensure that the home construction is adequate to the days can be counted toward the one hundred eighty that requirement two hundred and seven districts around the state of clothes for at least a half a day due to the virus mostly for staff meetings some precautionary cleaning so far only one for a confirmed case but another dozen for possible maybe secondhand exposure to the virus but now those long term closures are starting to ramp up on it Hoboken unveiling of finance school buildings will be closed for two or three weeks and Maryland and Ohio we're doing the same for schools statewide that's our senior state house correspondent Mike Simons so what should you be doing and how great a threat is corona virus to your family our experts are seated you have questions tonight we get you the answers coronavirus in New Jersey a live New Jersey won a one point five town hall event right after New Jersey fast traffic.

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"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

10:14 min | 10 months ago

"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"It has landed on the Irishman suggested by really take it away in the theme of the Movie Chicago Six Times Times longer than I should or okay. So the Irishman I WANNA start off by saying that I am a fan of Martin. Scorsese yes I said Esi the vocal work he did in Shark Tale was inspired. Tired at all right so I just want everyone. I don't want to be judged here you have Robert Deniro. You Have Joe Patchy you have Alba Chino. These are titans ends up the field. Bad GRANDPA there. You have home alone. Two loss of New York. You have that weird movie were out. Alfredo is his full name name Pacino just like cheese banning around a best western for a whole movie it they have done great unfortunately originally this movie which I watched last week over Thanksgiving while being a nice woman who's bonding with her new stepfather. Because that's what Nice women do do with the most tiring movie of two thousand nine team. Okay and this is coming from someone who tried three times and succeeded. Needed to watch X.. Men Dark Phoenix. So I put in time. I watched gone with the wind when I tend to just show people I can do it. I'm not so one quick but it it was too God damn why it was obscene. I keep a processing producing partner having to do endurance to just make get booed director's cut which we know we're fix hours it's horrible. It's not just the continent of the movie. It's not the old old age. CGI that couldn't just like wipe away the smell of Ben Gay when Deniro tried to break people's bones because my duty they can't break anyone's bones anymore. More or the pack when only had seven live and she just blink blink blink your way through all of them back. I don't know why he was delivering. Meet over and over again but I guess that was part of the theme. It was the fact that every moment was six frames range too long and I could not breathe. I am still tired. It's been seven Dave and it's okay and I asked myself why now because these Sir for really lovely. I don't know if they're lovely by hope artists and I want them to be great and at a certain point yes they are getting older and then might have been a situation where they thought this is our chance to work together again. Robert De Niro has literally said he sent Joe Patchy I'm guessing passing a page to his beeper how they communicate saying that. We might die soon. One more like that's the whole pitch for the movie. That's how he did and so they did this before. Four of the most famous Italian American actors in the world to an three. We'll I think scripts as an actor because he is method but for all four of them to decide that their last in guests. That's a second X.. Men Reference Friends that their last stand is called. The Irish is in Congress for their brand. That doesn't take it. You have. Your legacy should stick to what you've been doing if you're going to build your own ice rafts. Bush your film career. We are out to see the stick to the pirate flag. That brought you thank you. That's my time. Thank you point the Irishman. There's rid of fucking master label right now. I'M GONNA make a clean right now. There is no moment. No Shot Sean. No seen no sentence that you can cut from that bill. That would make it fucking worse. I will give you that the de aging technology. Oh Gee is in Beta because it definitely looked like some smooth old men running downstairs and I did because again again. All I was looking for was more. Irishmen did click on the behind the scenes. Thirty Minute Wild rambling conversation that that Deniro Pacino had in a red booth somewhere maybe purgatory in which they clearly shot odd for two hours and I think there's twenty five minutes in here. That is fucking intelligible. Anyway in that they talk about the fact that one of the great challenges they had in making this film is not only yes they could. Da to their faces slightly and there is an uncanny polar express Macas vibe to what happens to the is they somehow manage to take the life from Robert. Deniro's beautiful is which was for chunks of the movie a shame came but they're all playing men that are thirty or forty years younger than themselves and their bodies have to they. Apparently they kept saying up. Al Pacino you took too long to stand you stood up like an old man and they're talking about it like but that's acting. I gotTA stand like the Young Man Dan but then why don't you do it all the fucking time. What does that mean? What does that mean? Hey Al Pacino stand up like a young man. Well it'd be. Could he would right right. So how many takes can they get out of his body out Pacino Buddy. That's been fucking ringer. All right. I'll you're paying your fifty in this scene. You're in Alpa Chino years more three centuries old and then they're telling Robert Deniro Moore Brian as you walk down the stairs. I'm like what are you what are you doing. You can. His fucking osteoporosis. Can't act you know his ligaments. Aren't it going to be like no. I assume I I don't know what it's like to be an old man. I assume it's a lot like my current lifestyle honestly honestly but I don't I don't I don't think they're slowing down as a choice right. Why the Irishman's length is not just valuable will but dare I say it? Necessary to the film is what we watched. Unfold is not just for of our great talents coming together other to do what they do. Best which is what we see. It is not only a film about gangsters film in conversation with the previous. CBS Film Scorsese has made as these old men look back with. Melancholy is on their own choices putting themselves into the characters. They played in the choices. The lead them to become aging mobsters late in their lives looking got on the long and winding path. That led Robert Deniro to you. Got Old age home and that green coffin because he is in the film Irish Man I'm sorry okay I got a couple points quick points. Here's what I got one. This isn't against Seo crack your bones crack is nothing we can do about that solely fine. This movies is so long and insulting of time to actually talk to any of the characters Chiron win and the how they died and Yes that was funny but not necessary to the story. Every it's not it's not a conversation like at some point. I'll give you one thing I'll give you one thing thing. I don't know that I needed Sebastian Maniscalco for for ten minute into halfway through this film. One thing I'll say that's the one thing I'll give in and that's the one what I don't care but spin the wheel. What are you got bread? I thought it was a masterpiece. Yes Karadzic cited. These are like four of the greatest artists who like those worth being so much to me is a conversation about aging is a conversation about the bleakness of not. Aw being vulnerable your whole life of of not knowing who your friends are not having any real relationships at the end of your life when you thoughts you and end your life thinking that you were working towards this thing and have these relationships with these people and then you find out it all means nothing and you die alone it it is a bleak. It's also really fucking funny really funny now because it's subtle. It's screaming screaming your face. It is subtle as that no. It was so subtle laughed. I laughed. We laugh how left you can see the different. I will say I will not be thinking. Let's it has landed on Brett's rand rants. I just think that I'm just Sick of people talking and communicating their thoughts and feelings and opinions. All the fucking time does is putting themselves out there. What they think what they're experiencing how they feel about this that without taking one fucking second to actually see how they actually feel maybe revisited? Maybe think about it then go back to it a little bit later and see if if you still think the same thing. Maybe you don't first time. I saw the Irishman. I watched again masterpiece. Revisit visit US twice. Don't don't just put it out there and just leave it okay. We got a draft. Things here I mean all of these comedians right organ and trouble cancel things they say you know.

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"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"A too late to change it. This is is your mom. Fake apologized your colleagues and I mean with genuine remorse for the horrific judgment. You showed airing your Santa Video. Be a great deal. More careful evil Jesse. Everyone is replaceable. Except for Santa. Real real call. When you have a minute? I can't get Netflix IPAD. He has love. UPS You're right wing. Propaganda is a great source of shame. For Your Manafort is a criminal real Jesse making sweeping statements about individuals. You don't know you're sounding like Joe McCarthy individual you clearly need to undertake some research about weren't you history major not real. Why are you like this? We gave you a loving home. We are lovely people because the boys called you Jesse Sweaters G. Wet the bed at Camp. I just just want to know how to help you. Please be assured that despite your wretched political orientation I love you forever. Fake real stop yelling at one real real one positive you're China looks better and you're buttoning your top button real real you do not have the expertise nor knowledge to question the special counsel investigation until you know what they know us. Jesse real real honey pie if you WANNA show my texts on your show. That's fine because you not show my Taser name. Some of my friends don't know real bake. I am seeing this next one for the first time. I wish I had an abortion. Just kidding sweetheart. Happy Birthday Vinyl. Do not accept an offer to be chief of staff real real sunny won the game wild right and save. I would think after so many mom emails and texts. He would just stop that but as fuel him yes well. Here's the thing. The only reason we have access to these taxes because Jesse water shows them to us which means he enjoys that. They're part of his story. Does she enjoy the attention. So she's drafting them to hurt and also gain popularity appeal area on her facebook group. Yeah we come back at one point at one point she was like always always going to read these and she continues to write them. So she's enjoying the dynamic too so she's maybe a more insidious villain than he is. Well here's the thing. Well who do you side with right. The person who's participating and evil despite knowing it's wrong and having great shame guilt about it or the person who participates integrate evolve all because they don't care either way you know I don't know I think Kris Jenner would be fine with either ways would come back the rant wheel. Don't go anywhere. Love it or leave. It is more on the way back. Now it's wheel works. He's been the wheel where it lands. We talk about the topic this week on the wheel. We have the trump administration's cuts to the food stamp program. We have the possibility of LGBT character. In Star Wars the month of December the Irishman Breads rant which is about rants so could end up in a cosmic luke that never ends one risk. Christmas trees spotify. Twenty nineteen and China's face mapping. What's been the wheel?.

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"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

11:05 min | 10 months ago

"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Doesn't and fucking work also also. Why asked that question? You're not going to get the truth. What did you do in there? What was said? Yeah well here's the two points one re we're not going to just gloss over the Bragg you stuck in there about facebook existing when you were thirteen to when young to it doesn't actually matter what. The topics were. Mark Zuckerberg did not go to the White House to engage in discourse about online issues news with Donald fucking trump. A man who's just takes his little fingers tweets on the toilet and that is the beginning and end of his internet experience. No Oh he went there to sit and listen as Donald Trump bloviating for an hour and a half to shit so that Donald Trump would not saying negative things to get in his good graces to just kind of just sort of kiss the ring. That's why he goes that's why they do that doing it to donald trump's not retaining anything from a meeting. He's a fucking goldfish. Have you ever thought about who cleans Donald Trump's phone screen. I just think about it. It's like in a twelve monkeys. When there? hosing down Bruce Willis once again. I don't get nowhere and that's okay. Stop we come back. We'll play a game about the latest impeachment hearings. Don't go anywhere. Love it or leave it more on the way. Love it or leave. It is brought to you by better help. Is there something that interferes with your happiness preventing you from achieving your goals. Not that nothing comes to mind Now Stallone can't think of anyone online. Counseling is there for you. Get on your own time and at your own pace you could schedule a secure video eighty or phone sessions plus chat and text with your therapist better helps. Licensed professional counselors are specialized in depression stress anxiety relationships anger family conflicts. LGBT matters Adar's grief sleeping trauma and self esteem. 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Dummies understand the historical context of trump's corruption and whether or not as crimes constitute an impeachable offense but because all of these people are professors from prestigious universities and Gw. A lot of folks thought the hearings were pretty dry. I WanNa just right there. No one listening to this bothered by that. You know like if you're hearing this right now the gym or the toilet or the subway buzzer or walking or whatever it is. You're not offended by. Dwi Joke but if you're gonNA pretend to be. I need you to know that it was written by someone who went to. GW Wasn't at Travis. So we though we let our panel here be the pizzazz translator for a few key moments from the hearing that you may have missed in a game. We're calling show me some pizzazz word that has a real nineteen forties Showbiz vibe like Moxie fear maybe began as a racial slur. And then you Google pizazz find out. Actually it's not really known but it may have been invented in the fucking Harvard Lampoon truly truly one of the dumbest game names in history of this show I did I was like pizzazz. Has let's check out where this let's just see where this fucking well. This is the real title of this game. Let's roll clip number one. If Fort we're talking about is not impeachable the nothing is impeachable. This is precisely the misconduct that the framers created the the constitution including impeachment to protect against. And if there's no action Congress concludes they're going to give a pass to the president. Here is Professor Presser. Carlin's suggested earlier every other president will say okay. Then I can do the same thing and the boundaries will just evaporate. Why are all the people in the background of that shot facing in different directions? What's going on with the seating arrangements that this bucket hearing Nadler? I mean it's not not a backup seen Bohemian rhapsody for best editing last year so those two nations no I. I think it's important that we reflect on the fact that Bohemian rhapsody is crazy. Movie of crazy movie to be made in this era a crazy movie to be rewarded with accolades film. That is hair and teeth. Such a mess feels as though the film should be falling out of the cameras the opposite of being a Rockstar is being gay in that film just flagging and and the HIV is punishment for giving in to your homosexuality pizzazz it. It looks like Mr Potato Head. Ukwa uh-huh hey check out very very comforted by him. It's on an insult. You just sort of find Mr Potato. They don't have very comforting comforting. Yeah imagine if you could keep your various face prop putt things in your head. Yeah like the sunglasses. Take him out for my ear. Smith I felt like he was trying he was really upset. He didn't get to audition for Hamilton. So like every line of like I guess. The founder stopped. This league blake was him just wishing you could just start rapping about the foundation of this country because like he's like I guess all the founders Brown now so I don't get to you. My God next clip. This clip is Pamela Karlan a Stanford law professor. What's roller you know? A president who care about the constitution say Russia if you're listening but out of our elections and it shows a president who did this to strong arm a foreign leader Peter into smearing one of the president's opponents are ongoing election season. That's not politics as usual. At least not in the United States or not in any mature democracy it is instead a cardinal reason why the constitution contains an impeachment power put simply a president should resist foreign any interest in our elections not demand it and not welcome it if we are to keep faith with our Constitution and with our republic president trump must be held to account thank you oh and yeah and just to make one other point Barron trump is bad. Barron trump sucks fuck Barron trump. Barron trump is evil. Let's focus our energy on the real villain Barron trump. Let's target that that little boy. That's why we're all here. That's who we hate. It was a real misfire. I think which he said that I thought it was a real mistakes. Really stepped in. It really gave Malania some ammunition for twitchy definitely wrote. I like this lady and Kellyanne Conway went on television this morning and she went on. You know whatever it is you know Fox and Fox and Franz or something Fox and friends this book soon prince because they're Nazis but anyway she goes on Fox and friends and she's made of it morning. Joe Doesn't matter she goes. I have one more thing. I came here to say all right. The thing I came came to say here is professor. Carlin hates you all right. If you're a welder or a nurse or a teacher she hates you. That's why she ted this she fucking hates you and it was fascinating first of all. It's like one step removed from like Pol Pot Pau like she's got glasses grabber specific and but also they're no longer tethering the accusation to some underlying claim. Like you know it started. I think it's been around for a long time but you saw with Benghazi right that there was never actually an explanation of what the wrongdoing was. It was always just we gotta get to the bottom of it. These people died and they don't care and they they're lying about it. There's a secret they use the wrong talking points. Basically implicit is that. There's some sort of underlying story worry we don't yet know then. The secret is more interesting than the truth. The secret is that there's some dark forces at play here and that you should understand what they are but it began with an underlying actual kind of something they could grab onto a foothold of some true event in the world. There is nothing in what this woman said in the course of this long hearing that has any kind of deplorables or clinging to your gods gun and religion or anything that could be taken as the elitism. She wants to attack but they've made this this switch. They don't need that anymore. Kellyanne Conway doesn't need anything real to grab onto. She knows that she can go on. Fox News say this and they'll just embrace embrace it. They won't say what do you mean. What did she say that is in reference to that at all and now as long as somebody's willing to say it and others are willing to copy it there doesn't ever even need to be a real kernel of misdeed or accusation or truth underneath for someone like Kellyanne to attack this professor whose whose only crime in this hearing is being upset about the subterfuge of the trump administration and the undermining of our democracy and then they go on to say and look how angry she is? Yes they're so they're so clearly something she's look at all that that hatred she has that vileness that viciousness. Where's that coming from because the twist right is your patriotism is derangement? Your anger is a sign of how wrong you are. So when are you allowed to be angry. She's upset because she loves her country and loving your country is now a sign that you're broken anyway. Sorry and let's go to a final clip of Jerry Nadler something things up as one one of my colleagues pointed out I have in the past articulated a three part test for impeachment. Let me be clear. All three parts of that tests have been met. I yes the president has committed an impeachable offense..

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"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

09:26 min | 10 months ago

"barron" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"For once again. Pointed out is not the issue that he doesn't enough magical. Powers we come back Cheney Brett gallant. Ah Don't go anywhere. There's more of love it or leave it coming up. Love it or leave it is brought to you by the New Yorker The New Yorker represents the best writing in America today beyond publishing the best writers in the World The New Yorker holds people in power accountable through rigorous reporting and compelling storytelling. Of How come I just it's it's The New Yorker. It doesn't just represent prince the best rating in America today. How about some new ad copy? Hey reminisced put Evans knows on the end cap. Yeah Hey Hey David Ramnik can I get during Saint Felix is on this. Can we get Ronin to edit. This elise thank crazy catching hill hill. This ad copy pennzoil get some time on his calendar and you know spring hope and get some time with him soon got to check in with his team. 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We're GONNA keep all a writer actor and person most of the time. Please welcome back really. Cheney reread fell head over tens on the way up here. I'm feeling good. How you doing? I'm pink thanks shoes. Yes I love to serve visuals on an audio medium. This is really lovely. How you doing so good you know in from the two little shows called stranger things in fleabag ever fucking heard of please welcome back brick Gilman? Hello Hi how's the how's it going. Okay Stop the panel. Say Okay Stop. At any point to comment Mark Zuckerberg he's a Homo sapiens. Just like us and there's no better way to prove that by sitting down with your brain heart mate and Gayle King to show the softer side of a billionaire. Who looks at Ms Information at Twenty Sixteen and says sure whereas Mike a little clip? I was saying it was a tiny bit unfair. Now it's real work home. Guys you work together you live together. Oh boy I disagree with the premise of that question. He's horrible from the top always like he's already disagreeing with Galen Ellen she looks. Good Herwig is glutamate hirsute is strapped. I just felt like the disrespect. He starting the clip. And I'm going to go on record saying that. Thank you so much. Thank you feminists and definitely not making the tribe. Look good adver. Nobody's watching that and being like yeah. Jews are great they rice just like talk about like really heading up the whole socially awkward and love and money way too much. Jeez oh man I should. I should go coach Mark Powers you. They have some life. Coaching Ju- coaching how to be a cool. Ju Ju on the right side you can be exactly exactly you know. Just Ju just you. I also think that Mark Zuckerberg should be doing more post. It's something about his personal life and his home life and just like why. Why is he not doing that? Why why is Jack? Dorsey not tweeting more often. Often you know I think they should have to do that. I agree I agree. Put themselves out there. Yeah be the social media platform you want to see exactly. Don't just make money off of us. Come on get the Bar Mitzvah the spine. Your Eyes Barmitzvah. Mom I assume I did not on date night. How often is date night in? What is good about we do it every week? Yeah and no work talk on date night. Okay Stop I. Don't WanNa hear it. It's GonNa make me throw. Well just picturing him in a bed. naked just okay. I'm GonNa say something now. I'm going to stop this right now. There's no way he satisfies her no way. What are we GONNA do doc? I'm sorry I'm not no I'm not I am sorry no not. I'm not it's your fault. No sorry I should be sorry archie pleasure you should be sorry. Goodness I'm scandalized. Whose idea was that? It's mark idea. Really yes mark or you the the sentimental one in this relationship. I think that would be a surprising conclusion to come to interviews this. This interview is an answer to a question. No one asked then. No one was like my problem with facebook. Is I don't understand enough about mark Zuckerberg's homelife. It's all so much all the time like there are lingering serious questions about about whether or not mark Zuckerberg has person Mark Zuckerberg is representative of facebook understands appreciates respects the power. He has over discourse in our society and cultures around the world and whether he takes seriously enough his responsibility to prevent the spreading misinformation racism awesome hatred lies smears and the kind of content that has basically been made aerosol by these platforms and that have distrust misinformation and nationalism around the world. The answer to that isn't don't worry at home. I make a PPA APN Jay. We relax on the couch and we watch the fucking crown shit like I don't care about how sentimental you are in your. I don't care if date night you don't talk about congressional hearings in which you only made it out alive because the only people asking you questions were born in the forties here getting getting it out of him today. Gal He's kind of a softie you were in. DC recently reported later that you had dinner with the president of the White House. What was the nature of the meeting? Can you say sure. We talked about a number of things that were there were on his mind and the a number of things like what the what the fuck. Sorry sorry sir. You are someone who has every day every bit of our privacy that somehow we were tricked put onto his website. When we're thirteen? He can't remember the secret meeting. He had with head. CHEETO charts three weeks if we know that is a port in unacceptable and been playing stupid. It doesn't work. I'm sorry you and those Sir Bingo voces and Edwards made one of the most powerful platforms in history of the world. You acting stupid.

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"barron" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"barron" Discussed on KOMO

"Barron's got the weather a mix outside today. Few sprinkles this morning, otherwise we're going to be dry for much of the day. Get a couple of sun breaks out there as well. Temps today. Mid to upper forties in most spots cooler tomorrow, low forty s for highs bring some colder air, in fact, it's gonna get interesting breezy tomorrow to showers, especially late in the day under those mostly cloudy skies on Sunday and could find some snowfall. About five hundred feet in the cascade put hills. It is Monday morning where the lowlands could see a little bit of snow start. We start the day on Monday. That cold air is going to really be hanging around for Monday and Tuesday, but will run out of moisture so by the end of Monday, it'll be partly to mostly sunny and pretty clear and cold on Tuesday. In the KOMO weather center. Turns on KOMO news Olympia has fog about forty two degrees up in Bellingham, clouds and forty three clouds and forty six in downtown Seattle. The following program is paid for by advertisers. And does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions co-management staff. It's a northwest lifestyle weekend on KOMO news. Welcome to inside out the show that helps you create the coolest kitchen reveal the most beautiful bathroom and rock, correct room. Whether you do it yourself or prefer professional help. Tammy Michaels is here to solve your designed to Lemos from the balcony to the basement now inside out with Tanny Michaels continues on KOMO news. Welcome back. What are we talking about today? Well,.

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"barron" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"barron" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Now I wanted to get to this week's episode of undisclosed which went into a lot of back and forth in terms of what Jeff Cottrell claimed and what Donnie Barron Thein claimed and how the Dixie mafia operates to some extent, but sort of nibbled at the periphery a little bit. I didn't understand. Like to me something wasn't clear and Celeste you can chime in on this as well. For some reason, everybody decided Greg Barron Thein had this huge amount of power. Like when he said, you did something, you just did it. I don't know that we have gotten into that. Is there any explanation for why that was? I mean, it's we don't have that much information in it, but it does seem that everyone sort of respected. No, most feared Greg, and he was seen as someone who commanded a lot of thority. I don't know that anything official in terms of the Dixie mafia or the position that he held. But it was certainly something where everyone give great deference to Greg. And there was something that was not clear to me because Greg Barron, tines ex wife claims that he changed after their daughter was killed. Meanwhile, Roberson says that Greg Barron, teens son was killed. So I'm confused. He lose two children had the same question. I didn't know if I just misheard that or not. I mean, it would make sense if the RT did have a, you know, a powerful reputation on that after his son was killed by Rogerson, that he would have even more power over him, but yet did he have to children were killed too good question under percents shirt. Susan probably has more insight in filling that than I do not entirely sure whether you had one or two children, and I have to say it was a big red flag to me the incident that his son, I guess it was little John little Joe. I don't remember exactly what, and that incident seemed somewhat suspicious to me that Roberson was claiming it was an accidental shooting, but. We're dealing with people who seem to be involved in criminal enterprises. I feel like there's more to that story. Yeah, I think that's a bit reflected in the episode. Reset. The circumstances aren't entirely clear. It's not certain what happened. I mean, you think from the reporting that it was just they're playing around with a gun that went off. But yeah, I mean, it's it's certainly credible to believe that there was something else going on there. Okay. So Donny is still alive right Donny, Barron, tiny, still alive? Yes. Got it. And Greg Barron? Tyne. Is he still alive? Greg? I I know is still alive. Got it. Jeff, Cottrell has passed. He's dead. Yes, he is no longer with us. Yes. Okay. I'm just checking up on everybody and doing headcount this point because they're dropping like flies. And one of the investigators at one point claim that the Barron brothers walked from a drug conviction, was that with that same prosecutor who died later? That's my understanding when he was the same prosecutor in both cases. So I believe that was Glenn Thompson. Right. Okay. I'm sorry, I'm going to pepper you with a bunch of questions and just feel free to say, I'm sorry. I don't know that. 'cause it's a lot of my new Shia because was that the same prosecutor who led off Geoff Cottrell because he seemed like he was really trying to minimize Geoff Cottrell 's bad behavior when he was making that speech. Yeah, I believe it's the same prosecutor in all these cases. And as you say, it does certainly seem that he is trying to minimize the role there and it's it's not entirely clear how these different pieces fit together. But yeah, there's some question marks..

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"barron" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"barron" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Me daddy the me down to be invisible the bone me either to go be the barron third goal pathetic co worker not something nate i'm proud of out of the box and parks to world and vision we've lost apostrophe i'm just a system could test win stuck in traffic the do.

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"barron" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"barron" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Within be invisible the bone on pug me to be the barron third goal pathetic co worker not something that i'm proud of out of the box and pucks to the world vision we've lost in the past justice see i'm just system could be season stock the do retakes.

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"barron" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"barron" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Me daddy the on your down visual gonna be looking at my years being on the phone day to be the barron third goal pathetic co worker not something nadim proud of out of the box and parks to world vision with last men apostrophe just assume seek system could test season stock the i do.

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"barron" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"barron" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

"Boon glee ronan by old barron does he feel as the fact being here why the plan on my kids now he learned to play that bow live well there in he grid cares day ew the the yes ludi lin would say in a wreck man all day no oh.

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"barron" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"barron" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Thirteen barron trump facts you need to know barron trump's adorable funny cutest tomorrow and this is what what are crazy uh all all round in wardell barron trump before they were famous this is crazy though so funny that he thought kathy griffin actually ripped off is dead said oh yeah it was like way to say there is no way he did evidently like they made under perceive kathy griffin that comedian i definitely know about the she rip off my dad's head an and then going up to your dad me like oh kathy griffin ripped off your head adds kathy griffin rip off your head but no i feel bad i mean like yeah it's funny i feel bad for men bull he clearly didn't say that like yeah made that up no like donald trump dismissive baramkah it was really foca of this woman's life bit meanwhile barons they're like the bump thirteen years old and that he's thirty at i did not think that yeah he's a full ground mike thirteen year old he's a he's a man by jewish standards and his dad is lying making him seem like some sort of dope i mean there's the barents of genius there's a reason he's not speaking you know they're they're trying to hide what he has knowledge you know one hide what he has yeah what is what's that knowledge the key the prophecy property is it he he's the one he could be that is.

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"barron" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"barron" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"A really whereas the i stay up he has of i have many craft you many sleepless nights wondering where he is where like honestly i'm very like concerned wondering where he is gonna win have you seen him last that's very unusual uh i i yeah i know i don't really unaccounted i'm a barron trump stan i am too i am the way people are about i think like all the malania although like free malania or like oh you vonk is good stuff like that solved corny is shit yemen but barron trump rules not only does he rule barron trump the whip says that shirt that that was that shirt he the expert yeah is there in that experts shirt in like looking like it looks like a photo of like early beykal sarah oba you like time traveled to the 70s barron trump is cools he's close fuck also where is he let's just get this route of the way too it's very obvious a gamer right like polarized gaming so wherever he is he's gaming and all the reason hashtag resistance people you know they have like they're weird dreams of how they think they are gonna like shutdown this administration i think like the real if you actually want to shut down you need to find out what server barron trump is playing on that in the future of this nation he could go either way i think he's kind of a new game earn trump to join the dea say bernes going to show his dad the dea say he's going to show him all the all the meema counts he could dude lds star wars movie the new star whereas france where it's like a you know like you know the with with the all uh when when the universal health care hits or whatever and then president trump is going to see then be like oh i i like this i like this stuff that you're shown baron.

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"barron" Discussed on Stronger

Stronger

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"barron" Discussed on Stronger

"There's always someone bigger to chase bright iran all those things can be taken away at any moment i mean that is the nature of life that is nature business it always flexing and changing and sometimes you're in summer and things are blooming and their amazing and sometimes you're of winter and you're just you know everything is barron and you don't know how you're going to get out but i think it's really really important for people to define success for themselves because if you attach yours to society's definition you're never going to feel joyful you're never gonna feel fulfilled you're always going to feel like you're trying to catch up i like how you a kind of compared about how it there's always going to be somebody else out there that have more followers in new it makes me think about what healthy competition as what's the way that we can compete without beam competitive in the ugly way without her egos getting way without it becoming more about winning in less about the causes behind it yeah i think it comes to competition it's really important to figure out what kind of human you are because i get to interact with a lot of people i get to see how people what motivates that right and what what makes them really perform at their best some people arrive with competition meaning they love to kind of have this game going whether it's with their friends or it's with their quote unquote you know business competition or some when they see out there is a quote unquote and i say threat in i'm using bunny quotes for that kind of stopped just someone they watch you beat for whatever reason some people get really charge by that right and they don't take it too seriously they see it as a game so i think that if you're one of those people your dna is set up where you want to quote unquote beat the competition not in a negative way you don't wanna see some one fail you just kinda wanna keep bettering your best in you use that as inspiring motivation to drive you ahead it can be really good but if you're the kind of person.

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"barron" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"barron" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Oh yeah pigs well i told him in a recording says yours the to stop it i just kept on plant bottle what the problem was so that's called barron no it's called barron down buren pete barron down that's for forbearing barron trump it's nice did you send it to them it's nice so change i mean okay i'm going to be two million that along with it don't go sleep we talk about israeli despairing have you send it to barron trump are fair fairly so stay here man fielder checkout steaks and that's nice of you sent disowned barron trump yeah we did male we are off to um to meet with to deter important which department you'd visit to the white house barron trump peril the white house washington dc a mira usa and i put and then i put a attention barron trump so i went barron trump the white house washington dc usa dip code wherever it was legal attention barron trump in character trump overnight is it to why put a bunch of on it he if you put a lot of stamps on the envelope post bans go see that and go okay the obviously this dude wants us to haul last so i'm going to put this over in in the right pile you know mass yeah they do manner pc that you put are you kidding me man if you want to stamp the point of the schuylkill wanna step saw it so we got a hard last with this in the walk around for you know get this kippas outta here why do you know man if you can put a stance looked at it like some some mental mitch just did this and it still detectives let's times it takes speeded up well i mean i felt like the biggest jupiter came down the fight on a ship which tori i would suspect song beck song is our.

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"barron" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"barron" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Spots and how to avoid them news talk aides white twelve wta got all the join me and i was dallas this sunday nine fifty nine fifteen and ten fifty a m lauren green the chief religion correspondent is going to be there and she has some amazing stuff talk about dr robert jeffress are pastor is going to be interviewing her before eat service and during service and the other thing is you can meet her and get a copy of her book autographs how cool is that so that's the sunday the third osce there so this this story in mansfield we're going to get into the nutbag kathy griffin i don't think it's going to get much better for either because of gilo worse for her before gets any better and it's everyone get better for the she's done that in just a moment more fall out and barron barron trump it was totally traumatized supposedly and then donald trump tweeting something about what was it about kofi i think he was talking about print sunday remember that little red coffee yeah nobody's say little red kofi i'm telling you so if you don't you don't know what that means why i'm pretty hit is it really that hard for people to figure out what it means we'll get to that coming up as well on the program chris crock program i should say so let's play some audio of a man at the park with his down's syndrome daughter another man's at the park with his daughter the down syndrome daughter hits his daughter he comes over and is is to mean.

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