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Trivia With Budds
"bartman" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Song, she thinks I still care. Number 6, what boat term would you use when one portion of your cigar burns hotter and faster than the other, particularly beginning with a narrow strip? Number 6, what boat term would you use when one portion of your cigar burns hotter and faster than the other, particularly beginning with a narrow strip? Number 7, the dull frosty or satiny shine found on uncirculated coins is known as what two word phrase. Number 7, the dull frosty or satiny shine found on uncirculated coins is known as what? Number 8 in the opening lines of Top Gun, what two call signs are mentioned in the sky, along with maverick and goose. Number 8 in the opening lines of Top Gun, what two call signs are mentioned in the sky, along with maverick and goose. Question number 9 when Al cervix roasts the judge's hat in the golf pro shop and caddyshack, he mentions that the hat probably comes with free what. Number 9, when Al cervix roast the judge's hat and caddyshack, he mentions that the hat comes with free what. And number ten, who are the Chicago Cubs playing during the Steve, bartman, blocked catch incident in 2003. Wow, that was 20 years ago. Number ten, who are the cubs playing during the Steve bartman block catch incident of 2003. Those are all your questions today, my good friend Steven, for your birthday bash from John, we'll be right back with the answers after this. We are back with the answers to Stevens, trivia quiz, lots of fun stuff on here. Stevens very much into coin collecting and cigars and 50s and 60s country, so I tried to cover all the bases, recommended by John. Here's number one, what singer songwriter wrote, the music for the comedy film three amigos. That was Randy Newman, legendary songwriter Randy Newman. Number two, who what? I said, who and what at the same time and it came out. What is the two letter stock symbol for Coca-Cola? It's KO, like the knockout term, KO. Number three, what camera companies D three X model use the slogan, the world is your studio, Nikon, Nikon. Number four, what's the only major that Sam snead didn't win in his career, the U.S. open, the U.S. open. Number 5, who had the hit 60s country song, she thinks I still care. George Jones. George Jones. Number 6, what boat term would you use when one portion of your cigar burns hotter and faster than the other, particularly beginning with a narrow strip that is canoeing, canoeing. Number 7, the dull frosty or satiny shine found on uncirculated coins is known as mint, luster, mint luster. Number 8 in the opening lines of Top Gun, what two call signs are mentioned in the sky along with maverick and goose, cougar and Merlin, cougar and Merlin, and maverick and goose. Number 9, when L cervix roasts the judge's hat and caddyshack, he mentions that the hat probably comes with free soup, free bowl of soup. Number ten, who were the Chicago Cubs playing during the Steve bartman black catch incident of 2003, that was the Florida Marlins. Could have cost them the World Series that year. Who knows for sure, but it's in the history books as a pretty infamous thing. All right, that is your quiz for today. Steven, hope you had a great time playing along. Thanks for being born and John, thanks for reaching out to customize that episode for your friend. If you want to do that for your friend, your wife, your anniversary, her birthday, his promotion. Whatever you want to promote or celebrate, reach out to me, Ryan buds of Gmail dot com. It's 50 bucks on Venmo or PayPal. Ryan dash buds on Venmo, Ryan buds of Gmail dot com on PayPal and make sure you send with your payment or in a separate email. 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"bartman" Discussed on WTOP
"Garrett is our producer. The top story we're following for you today this just into the WTO P newsroom, the United States has shut down a fourth flying object. This afternoon, above Lake Huron, that, according to two members of Congress from Michigan, representative Jack bartman and Alyssa slotkin, The Wall Street Journal says an F-16 fighter jet shot down the object flying at 20,000 feet. That's low enough to interfere with commercial airlines. The journal says the object was shaped like an octagon. It's the fourth object shot down over North America since a suspected Chinese spy balloon was destroyed, February 4th. Yesterday, the object was shot down in northern Canada, on Friday, another shot down over Alaska. The origin of these three most recent flying objects has not been revealed by the government, keep it here with WTO as we monitor this developing story through the night. Global affairs analyst and former Pentagon official Mario mancuso tells WTO, the U.S. has learned one thing from those flying objects. The little that has been recovered from some of the wiring. Obviously we don't know everything, but what we know so far is that the balloon was conducting pretty sophisticated signals intelligence. So looking at communications in and around U.S. Military bases, looking at communications between those U.S. Military bases and U.S. satellites and it was relaying that data in real time to the Chinese. U.S. authorities say there have been at least 5 other objects connected to China, discovered around U.S. airspace. China says Iranian president Ibrahim raisi will meet with his counterpart during his three day trip to Beijing beginning Tuesday as the two U.S. rivals seek further cooperation. A spokesman for China's foreign ministry says raisi's visit was that she's invitation. China is a major buyer of Iranian oil and an important source of investment in the Mideast. Both nations have tense relations with the United States and have sought to project themselves as a counterweight to American power. Devastation and despair is far as the eye can see and the heart can feel in hot tie, turkey, where CBS News correspondent in tiaz tayab filed this report. And then the southern
The Dan Patrick Show
"bartman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"We part in Mark Sanchez, we pardon that moment. Are there other moments? Because we have the top answers. Are there other moments, other athletes that need a good Thanksgiving part? And that deserve a pardon today. 8 7 7 9 9 on Fox. We covered this a little bit the other day, but I'm down for reinvestigating. Again, hit us up at COVID on Richard. We're talking to a completely different audience now. We're talking to the Dan Patrick shows. People in the bayonets and everybody else. Who else deserves this part in 8 7 7 9 9 on Fox? I got the number one answer on the board. And it's not Mark Sanchez. Who deserves, who deserves forgiveness, a pardon, like a damn Thanksgiving turkey. Give it to me. Let's hear what my number one. I want to hear it right now. It's not Pete Rose. It's not any one of the steroid era. These are all debatable. The number one answer and it was from a caller on our show, just like a day ago, or two days ago. So I wish I could give credit. I think his name was Dave. I think Dave Goff, just making that you're just making that up. No, it was day. In Minnesota. It was Dave. Someone called said, hey man, you know who needs a pardon? Who? Steve bartman. And I'm like, you know what? Absolutely. I agree. Right? Like, this guy. Let it go. We destroyed this guy. The media, the fans. Just a damn nerd with his headphones on in glasses and just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Like all of us would have been if we were in that seat, it was, he was victim of looking like a nerd. That was it because everyone else went up for that ball. And he was victim of Moises Alou. He was wearing a green nurdle neck. Glasses, a hat, headphones. He just stood out. So everyone's like he did look like that. Yeah, that guy. Let's get him. He's wrong. He played it all wrong. And the fact that Moises aloo looked all mad about it. He hit the glove and everything. You know, that guy was one of the biggest fans ever. Never went back to Wrigley and I know that they forgave him when they won, but it's like too little too late. He's officially pardoned. Who do you forgive for their blunder? Do you forgive JR Smith for not knowing where the hell he was during the NBA Finals? Ah, LeBron. LeBron with his arms out like my heart. My hand on my heart. Okay, get it.
The Dan Patrick Show
"bartman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"This week, the anniversary of the butt fumble took place. And you forgot it, and I forgot it. And you know what? It got us thinking that, hey, it's been ten years. Much like president's pardon turkeys, we pardoned the moment we pardoned Mark Sanchez. His career should not be defined by that. We don't want to let his career be defined by that the way Buckner's career was sort of defined by that error. We pardoned Bill Buckner too. That was ridiculous, especially when you think about everything that happened prior to that. He took all that heat. Let me give you the recap real quick, ready? After retiring Wally backman and Keith Hernandez, Red Sox relief pitcher Calvin shiradi surrendered singles to the next three batters. Why is Geraldine not getting any heat for this? Gary Carter Kevin Mitchell and ray knight riches as I see you globe because you know you know this. My only good memory. Yes, you're only a memory as a mets fan. 6 years old to bring the score to four with runners on first and third, Mookie Wilson steps up to the plate. Bob Stanley comes in. This guy to replace giraldi who just let up three singles. Throws a wild pitch. Kevin Mitchell scores that tied the score. Two pitches later, the slow roller to Buckner at first. Look at everything that led up to that moment, okay? Hit, remember, it was a bad wild pitch bad bad bad pitching change. And they had another game. They had a game to say Buckner. Buckner scapegoat. Officially officially. Steve bartman. Steve bartman, Joel had a good one. Chris Webber, it's about time we forget about the timeout, JR Smith. I said Lance Armstrong don't agree. Let's go to Doc in Georgia. You're on with Kevin on rich and for Dan Patrick. Hey, Doc. Doc. Happy Thanksgiving, guys. Happy Thanksgiving, man. One .21 gigawatts. What's up? You guys. My pardon, but I still got to go with Charlie hustle. I mean, who's going to break that? I'm a Pete Rose guy. Now, take away the stuff that they're saying he's a little creepy off the field. With women, we don't condone that, but to be honest, in a world where gambling went from a no no to every segment is sponsored by some gambling sites, I think the whole Pete Rose betting on himself. And if that's the fact, if he only bet on himself, that's what he always said. What are we waiting for? Let the guy be part of the baseball world.
On The Media
"bartman" Discussed on On The Media
"Is a media. This is on the media. I'm Brooke gladstone. Le besco described fat panic as something with many tendrils, tightly tethered to our culture, to our media. But the genesis of American ideas about weight occurred long before nightly news spots on the obesity epidemic. Back in the 16th century, a philosophical question was captivating Europe's artistic and intellectual elite. What is beauty, proportions, facial features, and fat were all scrutinized in a quest to define the divine ideal. The answers left for us in the form of renaissance art offer portraits of a society that valued women of luminous variety, and especially those of weight. Earlier this year, I spoke to Sabrina strings, sociologists at the University of California Irvine and author of fearing the black body, the racial origins of fatphobia, strings, saw something odd happening in both the brush strokes and philosophy ascendant at the turn of the 18th century, it seemed that European women still held the focus in portraiture, but European men were getting leaner. Long enduring attitudes about beauty, steeped in abundance, were about to undergo a radical reassessment, rooted in the quickly expanding slave trade, bound up and race, obviously, and class and religion, but also consumption, specifically of one commodity made of available by expanding and sleep into black people. I'm talking about white gold. Europeans were recreating their own cultural identities, often in opposition to how racial others appeared. That's Sabrina strings. Sugar was an important part of the story. Now there's all this sugar available. These sweets, alcoholic beverages, and people spend all of their time in these pubs, drinking and eating themselves under the table. My God, no. If we are a Christian nation, we need to rein this in. There were elite European men, especially, thinking about what does it mean to be an intellectual. What it meant to be an intellectual during the classical era. And then turning it ever so slightly to say, well, people who are lean and have a hungry look, they might have said conniving during antiquity, but let's say intelligent, restraints of the so called animal appetites. That's proof of intellectual capacity. Now, after this epic, we're talking about the 18th century, the enlightenment, historical models of beauty, don't really work. It's not enough for us to be slender. We need to have models of beauty that speak to our values. We are going to create a hierarchy from the highest beings to the lowest beings. A reinvention of what was known in the 16th century as the great chain of being. And enslaved people were depicted as undisciplined and lazy and overindulgent and fat. Race science is a fiction. It relies on the desire to keep a hierarchy in place. It didn't really matter too much that if you were to go to Africa, you would have seen people with all sorts of body types. The idea was that there was already a relationship between intellectualism and refinement and slenderness and one of the prevailing narratives was that Africans were hypersexual and hyper oral. This is the time period before statistics were broadly used. It's not as if scales were everywhere, right? It wasn't as if it was based on reality. It was based on a narrative. Half these people may not have even seen them at all. That's the most important part. It's hard for us to imagine a time period in which you simply did not see anyone of African descent. But that was quite plausible if you were, let's say, living in Paris. It would have been very rare to come across an African, or if you were living in London. That's why Sarah bartman, when she arrived in the 19th century, was such a sensation. The so called cotton Todd Venus. That's right. The hottest Venus. So we have for the first time an actual black woman arriving in Europe for the express purposes of being seen by European populations. People were coming out by the droves to get a glimpse of the so called perfect specimen of African and. One of the reasons why people came to see her was because the size and shape of her label and buttocks were unusual compared to Europeans understandings of their own anatomy. They deemed this to be absolutely evidence of savagery. And let's jump back to 17 80. There was already a conversation this was in Britain about the American physique that many white Americans were tall and lanky and really more beautiful. Than the Brits. You know, there was a moment in which the British and the Americans were talking about their superior position and humanity. There was all of this conversation about what it meant to be a true Anglo Saxon American. And it had a lot to do with height and weight. And Protestantism. Yes. Protestantism is an integral part of this story because there was this movement that was taking place in England to reform the dietary habits that had cropped up as a result of the slave trade. There was this sense amongst Puritans for the most part. That's sugar was actually deteriorating the moral fiber. And many of the people who were out proselytizing about this were involved with the church. In the case of George Shane, he wasn't formally ordained. He was a preacher of the diet, and his view was you should just drink milk, right? Yeah. You know, you're on a diet of milk and seeds. This is supposed to remove any temptation to overly indulge in your appetite. You know, secondly, it will reduce your frame if it is too corpulent. And Shane was his own best evidence because he had grown enormously fat and used this diet to lose 250 pounds or something. He was wondering if he was eating in such a way that was contrary to Christian principles. And once he adopted this new diet, he found that he felt like he was doing the right thing for God and that he also lost weight. This is a very important part of the message that he was disseminating to audiences. And the people who showed up were largely women. This transition in the view of fat and thinness. You characterize it with the phrase aesthetic aesthetic.
The Dan Patrick Show
"bartman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Nate <Speech_Male> <Silence> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Laughter> Archibald <Speech_Male> leading the NBA <Speech_Male> in scoring an assist. <Silence> <Speech_Male> Steve bartman on this <Speech_Male> day 2003. <Speech_Male> Remember that? <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Deflects the foul <Speech_Male> ball away from moist <Speech_Male> Zulu, <Speech_Male> cubs go on to give <Speech_Male> up 8 runs in the inning <Speech_Male> lose to the Marlins <Speech_Male> 8 to three. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Yes. That feels <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> like a big yawn <Silence> <Advertisement> now. <Silence> <Speech_Male> But <SpeakerChange> it doesn't, <Speech_Male> no, because <Speech_Male> there's still a <Speech_Male> question mark. <Speech_Male> We haven't heard from bartman. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> I <Speech_Male> could just feels like <Speech_Male> that story is not <Speech_Male> complete. But that <Speech_Male> to me is kind <Speech_Male> of why it's like, yeah, just leave <Speech_Male> the dude alone they won. <Speech_Male> Let's move on. I <Speech_Male> agree. I agree <Speech_Male> with you on that. <Speech_Male> But <SpeakerChange> it just <Speech_Male> feels like, <Silence> <Speech_Male> and I guess we want <Speech_Male> to know how <SpeakerChange> bad it got <Silence> for him. <Silence> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> Because I'm <Speech_Male> sure it got really <Speech_Male> bad for. <Silence> <Speech_Male> Yeah, if you <Speech_Male> watch that 30 for 30 <Speech_Male> days, you don't have him, <Speech_Male> but one of the best <Speech_Male> interviews is they have the <Speech_Male> security person, <Speech_Male> this woman for the cubs, <Speech_Male> and she <Speech_Male> walked bartman to a friend's <Speech_Male> apartment to walk <Speech_Male> away. Imagine <Speech_Male> him sitting there as thousands <Speech_Male> of people are streaming <Speech_Male> out angry. 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And that was <Speech_Male> not Steve bartman called. Yeah, <Speech_Male> that's when I knew it <Speech_Male> wasn't Steve bartman <Speech_Male> when <Speech_Male> captain jenks <Speech_Male> punked me there. <Speech_Male> Let's <Speech_Male> take a break. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> And I'll let <Speech_Telephony_Male> fritzi grind over <Speech_Male> trying to get AJ. <Speech_Male> You know, at this point, <Speech_Male> it's okay. <Speech_Male> You know? We hear <Speech_Male> he has overslept. <Speech_Male> He's overslept. <Speech_Male> He's not answering <Speech_Male> his phone. <Speech_Male> He's either intentionally <Speech_Male> monitoring his phone <Speech_Male> or he's sleeping. <SpeakerChange> <Silence> Okay. Well, <Speech_Male> you know what I'm gonna do? <Speech_Telephony_Male> I'm gonna sleep <Speech_Male> during his broadcast <Speech_Male> tonight. <Speech_Male> Game three of the NLDS <Speech_Male> Dodgers <Speech_Male> Padres. 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The Dan Patrick Show
"bartman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"But it doesn't, no, because there's still a question mark. We haven't heard from bartman. I could just feels like that story is not complete. But that see, that, to me, is kind of why it's like, yeah, just leave the dude alone, they won. Let's move on. I agree. I agree with you on that. But it just feels like, and I guess we want to know how bad it got for him. Because I'm sure it got really bad for. Yeah, pull. If you watch that 30 for 30 days, you don't have him. But one of the best interviews is they have the security person. This woman for the cubs, and she walked baartman to a friend's apartment to walk away. Yes. Imagine him sitting there as thousands of people are streaming out angry. Looking for him. Yeah, and he's sitting in some dopey apartment in wrigleyville thinking, how am I going to get home, can I go to work tomorrow and all that stuff? So it's almost an anniversary for me. When do we have the fake caller call into SportsCenter, claiming to be bartman? That would have been. Was it the same year? I don't know what day that was. It was probably 6 weeks later? No it was. Yeah, that was a tough day. That was tough day. How does Howard Stern's butt cheese taste, I think? That was not Steve Bart, my call. Yeah, that's when I knew it was in Steve bartman when captain jenks punked me there. Let's take a break. And I'll let fritzi grind over trying to get AJ. You know, at this point, it's okay. You know? We appear to see he has overslept. He's overslept. He's not answering his phone. He's either intentionally monitoring his phone or he's sleeping. Okay. Well, you know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna sleep during his broadcast tonight. Game three of the NLDS, Dodgers Padres. Look, are you still doing the plug anywhere? You probably had a few more of these with the name. If you know what I mean. Are you imitating there? I don't know. For some reason, it's like my crappy joke voice. Probably had a few more beef that guy's name, you know what I mean?
One Two Three Jokes
"bartman" Discussed on One Two Three Jokes
"Chunky questions. This can be such a chunky question. Okay. This is a good one. Which Batman is the real Batman. Which of the batmans that we currently, it's a fictional character. No, no, I know, but what I'm asking is which do you think is the actual best Batman? And not the comic books. Let's do the movies. I'm sorry, but issue three 75. There's just too many different comic book cartoons and things like that. So let's just stick with the big budget movie franchises. We're all familiar with. Which Batman is the real Batman. Probably the one from that old Indian movie that I saw where he was. All right, next. Bartman? Oh, Bartholomew. You guys take a stance on something. Jesus. Oh, you don't stand for something you stand for nothing. We tried to with the dogs, but it was dance. Jeremy will answer for real. I've never seen a Batman. Oh, fuck off. All right, this is a disaster. I haven't seen all of them. But I enjoyed that. I like the new one quite a bit. I thought it was dark and cool and a cool way. I liked the new one. I agree with you because I thought the storyline was clever and I like that it was kind of a mystery, but I didn't necessarily like that Batman the best. I think I like Christian Bale's Batman the best. So are you saying that? Rick answered incorrectly. No, I think he answered the way he wanted to answer. I've just disagreed. Hey, chunk is subjective. Hey, I answered the way I wanted to answer it now. Shut down. You didn't answer in the truth. Which is the chunkiest Batman. I would say Ben Affleck, Ben Affleck. He was donkey. And also I was incorrect. I'm sorry, I was thinking of Indian Spider-Man. I assume there is, but I was thinking of the Spider-Man movie that I saw. I'll go with Christian Bale. I enjoyed those things. I'll go with Spider-Man. Thank you. Who's the best Batman? Spider-Man. Danielle, who's your favorite Batman? Adam West. I said, no TV shows. He's in the movie too. Oh yes? Yep. Which one? The first very first movie of Batman called Batman the movie is the Adam West Batman. I'm not seeing the Adam West Batman. Get some culture. This week. Television, Daniel. Oh my God. They've made others since then. Get some culture and also watch that old bag. I own it on betamax. Has only God would. It's the superior format. Oh, you know what? Can I tell you something, unfortunate? My dad leaned real hard and debate a max. And anyone that did that made the wrong choice would be like, you know, it was like you either you either go betamax or VCR, my dad leaned hard on betamax. This is for all the Gen Z out there. I'm just saying it sucks 'cause like all our home movies rom made a max and stuff. You just like really leaned a hundred percent at this point if all your home movies were still on VHS tape. Anyone that we had on VHS, I was able to convert to digital, like a long time ago. So I got all that beta max but no machine to play it. No, no way to convert it. Why don't you just rerecord it that screen on? They don't withstand the test of time. Even at VHS, if you watch it now, if I was to watch it now, the quality gets worse and worse, because it deteriorates. So your dad, what you're saying is your dad gambled away the family history. I have no videos of us from before high school pretty much. They're all first the Holocaust. That betamax, come on, dad. I mean, they call it the cassette Holocaust. All right, speaking of betas, Robert, we want to talk about where people can find us. You can find us here. And here we're already here. You found us. But also, if you want to see the video, and you're not watching the video, you just need to start a podcast. You can find us on YouTube. And then if you're also watching us on YouTube, you can find us wherever you listen to podcasts. Watching the video and you're like, oh, too much face. Then you can listen to projects. Yeah, do it. Do what I do and just kind of go back and forth between the audio and the video. And just keep edging the whole time. Either way you go, consume it multiple times. Share, subscribe, reach out to us. Suggest stories. Yeah, that's the main thing. Share, subscribe, like, all that stuff really helps us out. We got a Patreon. Yeah, that's right. If you would like to support the show financially, which is the best way. A link. The chunkiest way. Sounds like you said oink oink. The dirty little pigs would love that. So we had some people already been through enough. Yes. And you can support us financially by going to Patreon and for just $3 a month. You can get our entire back catalog of episodes, except for the ones that are lost to time. But most of them are recorded on betamax. We couldn't convert it. Unfortunately, Carly's dad was producing. When Adam West was the real Batman. But yeah, you'll get our back catalog and some bonus bonus content. Every now and again. The bonus of content. So hopefully we'll see you online until then, I'm Jeremy Martinez. I'm incredible Liam. I am bob timmers. I'm partly castner. I am an awkward, and you'll cool. It's weird how God's always on unsure footing. Yeah, he's got off day sometimes. This has been another episode of one, two, three. Wait, Jeremy, you said until then, your Jeremy. Who are you after? They find us. I bet. I love it.
"bartman" Discussed on WTOP
"Composite deck called 8 5 5 6 helmet Don't count it down come 7 38 Let's head back to bob in the WTO traffic center Well in Annapolis the crash remains on Aristotle and boulevard headed from river road toward route 50 for now traffic is able to get onto eastbound route 50 only but you can not get onto westbound 50 right now from westbound 6 65 but now you can get by to the right but the tow truck is there and hopefully the whole thing should be gone pretty shortly On 50 itself lanes are open traffic runs well headed toward the bay bridge and beyond On 95 and on the Baltimore Washington Parkway you're generally good to go Did have a crash earlier northbound on 95 past one 75 and at last report may still be on the left shoulder there getting a little bit of attention There had been a tow truck there earlier I guess they're still there Two 70 is without delay the crash southbound has gone at 85 around the beltway the only slowdown is on the interloop of the beltway approaching the American legion bridge but in Springfield west Springfield did have a crash listener found at westbound on 6 44 at Hanover Parkway and you're getting by by squeezing to the left on 95 the slowest traffic is really northbound from Dale City off and on up through millington southbound brief slow down to the aca Kwan 66 runs without delay And in prince George's county on route four at silver hill police still direct around the crash there Lido pizza is square because ledo pizza never cuts corners Ledo pizza's been a local favorite since 1955 order online at ledo pizza dot com bob inlet traffic Bob thank you Now let's get your storm team four four day forecasters NBC four is Breonna bartman solo Barry seasonal temperatures today big changes as we get much colder than normal by about 20° difference from today through Sunday So 60s today.
"bartman" Discussed on WTOP
"A noose was found outside the independence high school in Ashburn last week And now the loudoun county sheriff's office say says they know who put it up They sheriff's office says two young people were behind it but they aren't being charged They say that the circumstances of the case did not meet the elements of a criminal act and the two don't attend loudoun county public schools A local firefighter is on a mission to help people heal from mental health trauma When it comes to what's called behavioral health injuries we do plenty of training related to this Lieutenant Adam bartman a fairfax county fire developed the mental May Day program Where mental media fills the gap is giving the voice back to the firefighter and not only what to look for but more importantly how to ask for help The department has four counselors on staff who also can make referrals Christy king WTO news All right this is an interesting one The fellows and our sports teams seem to like it Apparently marsh madness brings with it a big increase in vasectomies According to ESPN this trend even has a name Vast madness Urologists around the country say they see a lot more men scheduling that procedure in the days leading up to the NCAA tournament So they can have a couple of weeks of uninterrupted recovery time on the couch doing their favorite thing watching college basketball And speaking of March Madness we'll have all the latest on all of that with our Ben raby sports is next It is 1213 We've heard the nightmare stories of folks jumping from Dennis to oral surgeon to periodontist and back to the dentist for your implants It need not be this way At the cascade center for dental health we never judge your lecture We.
"bartman" Discussed on WTOP
"Free estimate today It's 7 11 attorneys have told a Delaware judge a committee of set for several Catholic entities in the Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy trial has reached a settlement with the BSA and will withdraw objections to its reorganization plan Friday's announcement came amid an ongoing trial to determine whether the judge should approve the BSA's plan Under the settlement virtually every Roman Catholic that was involved in scouting would be released from liability for all scouting related child sex abuse claims against them since 1976 The Boy Scouts sought bankruptcy protection back in 2020 amid hundreds of individual lawsuits by men who say they were sexually abused as children when they were involved in scouting A daily routine immersed in life or death situations can have a mental toll on first responders some local firefighters now have an additional tool that's meant to help them cope with it I knew I had a problem but I didn't know how to ask for help Lieutenant Adam bartman is a ten year veteran of fairfax county fire His personal experience inspired him to develop the mental May Day program I didn't understand what symptoms I was going through I was displaying signs of lack of emotional control I was hyper vigilant I was experiencing insomnia The program now is being taught to all recruits and an officer certification classes Not only do we give you what to look for but most importantly we give you a way that is culturally acceptable to ask for help Christy king WTO P news Large vehicles like SUVs and pickup trucks are significantly more likely than cars are to hit pedestrians while making a turn That's according to a new study that's believed to be the first of its kind And the study by the insurance institute for highway safety suggests the size and position of a pillars on either side of the windshield in big vehicles may be contributing to the increased chance of a crash Although stronger pillars are needed to support heavier vehicles in rollover crashes wider pillars create bigger blind spots for drivers and increase the risk of a crash with a pedestrian The study says more research should be done but if the findings are backed up automakers.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
What Is the Real Russian Problem?
"Now here's a different analysis, I would call it an historical analysis that's coming from Paul Berman, was one of the more astute students of American foreign policy. You wrote some very interesting things about Islamic radicalism, a 9 11. And he broke with kind of liberal orthodoxy. He's writing as a liberal, but as a kind of a tough minded liberal about a radical Islam. Now here's Paul Berman talking about and he says, what is the Russian problem? This is an article by the way in the magazine called foreign policy put out by the brookings institution. It's called the intellectual catastrophe of Vladimir Putin. A little bit of a misleading title because we're not actually talking about just Putin himself. We're talking about the position in which the Russian leaders find themselves. And what bartman says is that the Russians have been facing a problem for a long time. In fact, going back to the 19th century. What's the problem? Well, they have a great history. They have a great culture and a great literature. And they also have an incredibly vast country, one of the biggest countries in the world. And so one would expect that based upon Russian size and Russian past glory. And also the sophistication of Russian culture, the Russians are very good at allot of different things. From music to chess, bartman says, you would expect the Russians to have formed a kind of successful government, a stable political system to match. Or to go along with. There are other achievements, but they sort of never have. And he goes back to the 19th century to say that even under the Tsar is Russia had created this kind of medieval aristocracy, this kind of empire, but an empire based upon mass serfdom. That was technologically quite backward, even though it was culturally quite advanced.
Trivia With Budds
"bartman" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"9. Prince performs creep at Coachella. Dr Pepper promised every American accepts slash and bucket head a free can of Dr Pepper for a new Guns N' Roses album, and Detroit red wings win the Stanley Cup. Number 9, prince performs, creep at Coachella, Dr Pepper promised every American except slash bucket had a free can of Dr Pepper for a new Guns N' Roses album and Detroit red wings win the Stanley Cup. And number ten Elizabeth smart was found alive 9 months after she was kidnapped, Steven bartman reached out and deflected a foul ball at a cubs game and Madonna kisses Britney Spears at the VMAs. Ten. Elizabeth smart was found alive, 9 months after she was kidnapped, Steve bartman reached out and deflected a foul ball at a cubs game and Madonna kisses Britney Spears at the VMAs. Got a bonus question for you on this one, including every year from 2000 to 2020. How many total leap years occurred? How many leap years in those two decades? Those are all your questions for name that year. We'll be right back with the name of that year answers after this noise. We are back with the answers to name that year. This is a fun style of trivia that I like to play every so often and hope you did too. Number one Brazil defeated Germany in the World Cup Star Wars episode two attack of the clones was released and Kelly Clarkson wins season one of American Idol. The answer there are 2002 2002. I was saying how I remembered in the intro, certain years based on dates and things and I remember taking a girl named Wendy talisma at Allen B shepherd high school to see Star Wars episode two attack of the clones in theaters. It was a pretty terrible movie. I'm sure she thought it was pretty bad date and I don't know that one goes out of history is not the greatest movie to see in theaters. Number two, Lance Armstrong admits to doping on Oprah, American hustle's released and data is stolen from an estimated 40 million target customers, 2013, 2013. So number one was 2000 two. Number two was 2013. Number three was 2007. Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows is published iPhones released in Nancy Pelosi collected number three 2007. Number four Janet Jackson exposed at the Super Bowl with Justin Timberlake. Boston Red Sox win the World Series and Ken Jennings wins over 2.5 million on jeopardy. That's 2004, 2004 when all that stuff happened. Number 5 is very recently, prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit the royal family, Billie Eilish wins 5 Grammy Awards in the last dance airs on ESPN, 2020, those things all happened towards the beginning to middle of 2020. Number 6, Drake releases hotline bling, mad men concludes after 8 seasons and Justin Trudeau becomes prime minister of Canada, 2015, 2015. Number 7 the first song featured on the very first kids bop album was all star by smash mouth. NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt passes away a Nintendo GameCube released in North America, 2001 20 years ago, 2001, and number 8 London hosts the Olympic Games. They've done it three times. What year was this? Marvel's The Avengers tops box office charts get a little closer. In San Francisco Giants, when the Super Bowl, 2012, 2012. Number 9, prince performs creep at Coachella, Dr Pepper, promises a free can for that new Guns N' Roses album. And Detroit red wings when the Stanley Cup 2008, 2008. Number ten Elizabeth smart we found a live 9 months after she was kidnapped, Steve bartman. Messes up that cubs game and Madonna kisses Britney Spears the VMAs. And I think Christina Aguilera too. 2003, 2003. And your last question here, including every year from 2000 to 2020, how many total leap years occurred 6? Every four years we get the leap year and between 2002 1020 there were 6 leap years. There you have it. Thanks for listening and having some fun with today's episode. We have a factor of the day for you. And the fact is shoes could be two feet long and medieval times. They had really long shoes back then and shoes could be two feet long back in medieval times. If you didn't know that, now you know. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. Thanks for supporting the show on Patreon. Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds and thanks for leaving iTunes reviews. We'll see you next time for more trivia with me. Cheers..
Mason & Ireland
"bartman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Which give it up spectrum hub here at works today. Yeah i had the spectrum guy. Come to my house yesterday. It's been an hour and a half and he upgraded all my stuff and they said. Oh yeah you need to do amplifier. You need a new whatever. But i still don't trust it so my parents mom and dad child. What are your mom. And dad's name first name jim jeanette jin death jinda by the way. Got a hobby. Doesn't he does not have gopher traps over the. My dad has seventeen hobbies he has he has an amateur moon. Shiner moonshine any. Oh which brings you should bring that to. The best money makes this chocolate one. I'm like oh really good. Hey lemon shallow he does. He's like a gardener. He's a he's like kind of the neighborhood. Pest control anybody gotta go for problem take care of it like he's like yosemite say he's like that guy he's like he's like bill murray out there. Yeah sometimes my dad. Just like shows up at my house. And i and i look outside and my dad's here. When did you get here because like oh what your plants and like. Okay oh good for him. You know little by the way. Don't forget lie the day today. I wanna hit the right off the top. It is my life today. At some. I will tell a story that is completely and totally fabricated and at the end of the show. Lindsey or hey and ramona will try to figure out what that lie is. Do you know momo that. I am the gardner at our. Yeah i i mean. I go over to armstrong garden center. Overrun wilshire there. All the time and bought bunch of stuff because my mom and not stepdad. Leo or coming for labor day weekend what you got coming up for the big weekend. Same thing i do every weekend which my brother and sister-in-law come over with their son and we swim in the pool. We may eat food sometimes. I cook sometimes. I just post made it chilling out. Yeah nice yeah you know. It's a big deal. So i'm you know i'm in the middle of this golf channel. I still have faith in you and going back to the rain this afternoon by the way starting to get recognized. Hey mason. how's it coming. I'm like well. Don't come. Look at me swing. I'll tell you that much. Stay out of my stall. So here's the. I'm going to go out and golf with not stepdad leon. So he's he's got a little golf game going on. You know people do not sort of you know. We're was leo's eighty. Yeah playing around a golf. It might make you feel worse. This backfire on over absolutely right so Oh by the way. I was going to mention this too so i know. My weight is a total rollercoaster moment. If you've been following this at home if you've been scoring at home as little time baseball announces would say. I started the pandemic at one ninety. Yep i went up to two seventeen. Yup i got down to one eighty nine good. I want back up to to fourteen. Got it and now. I am back at two. Oh five so. I'm back in play back in play. You know. there's always that number like when you see it. It sounds like for you. It somewhere around two fifteen. And that's when you go okay and i'm like okay. Let's get serious to fifteen's too big too fat. Yeah it's not body shaming when i say about myself when i say i'm too fat that's not body shaming for me. It's actually when i stopped going on this scale. When i'm like oh i can just tell them. I don't want to see it as soon as i have like two or three days in a row like i. I'm afraid to go on the scale. I know it's time. Yeah i don't even want to. I don't even wanna get on their skills. So hey hey hey. What a game last night Do you see that what you know. What in a lot of ways kind of a perfect baseball game. It really was dodgers down to nothing. And all the way along all the sudden breakthrough. Mookie hits the home. Run a thinning cory. Seager comes up with the big clutch e. r. b. i. Double in the thing. I love about that is that mucci went. First to home on it yucky. Starting to look healthy helix he had a procedure on that hip that it just seems like it really worked because i think before this procedure that he did they were in a place where it was. How much pain can you take. Is it even worth it are you. Just you know like a play like that. He would not have been able to do before. Had this procedure for the latest intervention did not only able to do it and now he not only did it but he looked good doing it and maize. Can we talk about the kid and right field. The kid and right field. When mookie betts catches that home run ball at the wall. Yup and he's on runs. Ninety five yards full speed. Isn't that right field corner where the fences really low. There's a kid. Aaron right-field god bless this kid. He has the presence of mind like the whole run is his all he has to do. Stick his glove. Yep he's in the right field pavilion with his glove. He came to the game to catch that home run ball and he sees monkey and he sees the ball and he backs away from it and he lets mookie catch the ball. He is no steve. Bartman what a hero raise. That kid raised him right. I don't know who the key to like asocial media. Tell me who the kid is. But if that's your kid tell me who it is good for you so are you know. He brought his glove to the game. You ever bring a baseball glove too. I used to every time. I would go to a game. I used to bring a glove until what point your eleven about three years ago. Three years ago today to do it until well into my adult years well into it. Now i've been to a game with horror horror. Hey you did not bring glove. Do you ever bring one no. I've never brought one. But i wanted to bring one because you said right right Millions hoover lake still complaining about this. I'm not complaining member. I wasn't the one complaining. Everybody else's complaining everybody else except i if they were there. Were fine seats but i promised. Right field pavilion. We didn't get right next week. You know what was going to be next week next week visit week. Maybe week after next. We're gonna do mason takes listener to local baseball game..
Boomer & Gio
"bartman" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"A a winning family john hayman se. The cubs fans have gotten softer since the world series. I believe that all is kind of excuse and it wouldn't shock him if he ended up going back to chicago is good surprise me. They were soft anyway. The fans go out there they party. They sit in the bleachers. And look that ballpark is beautiful. I get it summer bartman of cubs fans on him more than the probably the players over the years they just they accepted the fact that they were perennial losers. That's it. I mean every.
GSMC Baseball Podcast
"bartman" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"The cubs then on october fifteenth. They absolutely just the cubs and they do it again. On the fifteenth as well winning both of those games by outscoring the chicago cubs fifteen to nine losey or they win that last game by a score of nine to six to win that record and now i mean the i mean the championship series is one of the most infamous series in. Mlb history on one side. You have the marlins the miracle who had just a few months before we're in the cellar of the end of the nfl and on the other side the chicago cubs who were the lovable losers. Who for a very long time. We're just so close to victory. They jumped to a three to one lead including two out of three in miami and they were sure favorites to take the series when it shifted back to chicago but in game five an absolute stellar performance by josh beckett brought the series back to chicago and back to wrigley were the home team always has the advantage and with the cubs needing to win only one game and having studs like mark pryor and kerry wood on the hill in those games most people thought the marlins hopes were over and game six. The cubs enjoyed a comfortable three to nothing. Lead with one out in the thinning when it all fell apart in the marlins went on to win. The game tying the series. This was the steve bartman incident. And now you can't really blame bartman for the cubs loss entirely in the series. But i mean in. There's still a lot of baseball left. But i mean like it's it's definitely infamous in. It's not necessarily yet but we'll end. We're gonna end with the world series right here and i know got really nerdy about this team but it's a really interesting team at nfl. I find it to be very very interesting. So yankee stadium. Obviously it's a massive stadium game one at yankee stadium. Marlins win by a score of three to two in front of fifty five thousand in new york. They would lose though the next game by score of one to six in front of those same fifty five thousand fans to tie the series at one to one and then go home to play in miami now the yankees would win by a score of one to six as well in front of the sixty five thousand fans in miami to to bring the marlins down to one to two in the series but following eight four to three twelve inning victory. the marlins then went on to win the rest of the series outscoring the yankees by eight four scoring sixty games or six runs in game five to bring this to bring the series to and actually to end the series in miami. Send it back to new york. Giving the marlins a three two lead and then on october twenty fifth of two thousand three eight to nothing score the miami marlins won the two thousand three world series. I mean it's it's pretty amazing. The the world series marked one hundred anniversary of the annual event although because it had not been a world series played in what would have been it. Second year of one thousand nine hundred four the cancellation of all postseason play as a result of the strike in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. It was the ninety ninth world series played. Josh beckett went on to win the world series. Mvp this was joe. Buck from Joe buck quote from him during the during the world series. Trying to win it all again. Slow roller right side beckett. Picks it up tax kasahda in the florida. Marlins or world champions the marlins have stunned the yankees shocked new york and this improbable team improbable. Ride the end up on top winning in six games over the yankees. And that's gonna do.
"bartman" Discussed on The Lab
"Run club and how many home runs they had through various ages the rage twenty-three the average five hundred home run club. Member had seventy seven home runs. Miguel cabrera had one hundred and four and in fact he was above that average Every season until age thirty five which was in twenty eighteen which was really the first year. He missed a lot of time and from that point on he did like you said sort of fell off of the pace so it is kind of amazing to me that a guy can start career as really precocious Producing beyond his age hitter Like cabrera who made his debut at age twenty. Remember him on the two thousand three florida. Marlins team that won the world series and can be above the break even the average pace for the five hundred home run club every year until age thirty five and then still just sort of have to scrap claude to be able to get over that. Finish line a few years later. I think that that really is a testament to how difficult it is to do that. And how you have to be good early in your career you gotta be good in the middle of your career and you really got to be good at the end of your career Just to just to do that. And i think we talked about that. Consistency factor when. We're talking about hank aaron's passing about how he sort of snuck up on people with how many home runs that he had and the fact that he he all of a sudden was in a position to really make a charge of babe ruth record because he just went out and hit forty home runs. Thirty five to forty home runs practically every year for like two straight decades and then all of a sudden those those pile-up so it really is about the long game it's not about. It's sort of the tortoise. Not the hair you have to go out there and and just consistently pile up these these good homerun seasons But i also just think cabrera is fascinating overall because of the ark of his career. Where like i said. I mean he was in right field during the bartman game in wrigley field On that marlins team and he has been around baseball to see the changes. That have happened to it. I think you could say the same thing about the arc of alba. Pools is career. We talked about him when he Moved from the angels to the dodgers earlier in the year Also but like those two guys especially as right handed power hitters. They have seen the the whole arc of baseball history kind of play out in modern baseball history..
The Daily Zeitgeist
"bartman" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Dad's push leading now trying to fix the pussy eating in this country. I like all right. Let's talk about that lady. That caused the tour de france crash. She was apparently a fugitive like there. There is a mr bean movie in probably like a documentary if if there were cameras around but she was a fugitive for three days from from the law. I hadn't seen this video until this morning but all seen the video. I have not. What does she do if you just search toward a france crash. Okay 'cause you. I want you to be able to see this. Because it's this woman was holding a sign to get on camera and she fucked up the entire peleton and an in caused like a twenty person crash. Whoa and her pose before she knocks the entire torture fronts. Down is embarrassing. Like her hosing in an embarrassing way. And then the entire field of riders down and it like the second she is struck by the red ryder. She gives a cartoonish like ooh girl. Upper body whipped around. Because she's like a fucking come on a road race in your stepping into the road with your elbows out holding a long cardboard sign that says like. Let's go grandma grandpa. and yet she struck this one. Writer and created an entire fucking chain-reaction were dozens of participants. That were in the tour de france. They just went down to the point. Where after that one of the like the head organizer of the thing is like. We're going to sue her for that shit. Whoa but it's also like brought into it. A lot of writers have also like this is kind of been a talking point amongst the riders is like around safety around the course to. Because it's like we'll come on like you gotta race this important but some idiot with with cardboard sign in a dream to be on. Tv completely upend the entire race. I mean luckily no like super seriously injured but there was one guy who had to like for like pull out of the tour de france altogether. Because you got ran over by a bunch of other bikes holy shit and so. She's rooting for grandparents. But they're not in the race. I so confused about i exactly. That's why it's like one of these weird. I'm gonna chalk it up to people being indoors too long and now they're like this is my chance to get some attention and get out there and just be in the middle of a road like just cheese in on camera and just destroying the race for people but you know the in this is going to be a controversial take but i do think at some point we just have to start like somebody should shoot her legs like trade her likely free courses and they do not the thing that like a horse runs and then he injures himself. We put the horse down and this is a brain injury if you go to another person's race and thank that holding up a sign for your grandparents is a reasonable decision so we should shoot her in the legs or or the are her marker writing arm. You mean punitive should happen. That makes it clear for her in the future. Should you do this. We're going to take out your other. Appendages yeah i like yeah. I mean wasn't what would be doing like so. This is one version. But it reminds me of steve bartman. The chicago cubs fan That you know who really really had it bad and because this woman apparently had a similar bartman ask like fleeing thing where not to knock people out. She was like oh shit. And everyone's like fucker you doing as she ditched or signed in like vanished. And that's what she's on the run for three days. 'cause i'm out fuck that i'm not. I'm not facing this but there's something there's just a steve bartman quality that i loved to. Which is someone who probably wanted to be be there in the name of you know good kind competition and be part of it just ended up becoming the focal point and like just a lightning rod for people right like a very specific very weird energy in her split-second on the global stage. Like her the post she's doing while she's and the sign itself langston like you were saying. Go grandma and grandpa's just a weird thing to be saying on the sign and she's like striking. This weird pose like bartman who was wearing a turtleneck and headphones like listening to the game when he completely fucked up the cubs chance at making it to the world series that season. And all i'm saying is if we shooter in the legs in her hand or whatever it is that feels most appropriate for her decision. Then she no longer is public enemy number one because something punitive happened that feels satisfying for everybody involved. If i fell off my bike. I'm cool 'cause her legs got shot if i favor racer lost the race. This lady got in the way. It's fine because she got a bullet in her legs. It's it's easiest solution and we consider it out did you from illinois chicago air. I'm from right outside chicago. Okay how did did you have feelings. Around the steve bartman. I mean not that you. I don't know if you give a fuck about the cubs or not but what was that. What was there a feeling locally. Nothing broken. I don't care about baseball and if i had to pick i would pick the white sox just because that's more of like the working class team in chicago whereas like the cubs is a lot of like transplants and People who Just need a reason to get drunk and ruined the city. You know i. yeah. I don't feel anything about The apartment but that's not a good answer for your podcast. So i he ruined my shit. My father and i don't speak anymore because of see i'll never forgive him. I think he lived in arizona or some shit now yeah they tracked down and basically unlike a lifelong witness protection program. Jesus christ i mean 'cause there's nothing that's less reasonable than a drunk white guy who's a sports fan like the they were not. They weren't like well. Let's think about his feelings and like he probably. He just seems like an awkward. Dude they right. I think they went hard after he just wanted that baseball. And it really ruined a lot of people's hopes dreams right. Oh just side. Note steve. Bartman got a world series ring when they won in two thousand sixteen that's that's kinda cute hong rickets the owner gifted him with it. He said well. No gesture can fully lift the public burden. He has endured for more than we felt. It was important. Steve knows he has been and continues to be fully embraced by this organization after all he has sacrifice we are proud to recognize the bartman with this gift while so they were like yo. We beat your ass so bad that you deserve a diamond ring fan cubs organization because he had to leave your town and hide for decades fun. I also want to say like his thing was a split-second decision. Baseball's in.
All In with Chris Hayes
Senate starts debate on US role in Yemen
"Trump appointed head of the World Food Program. The war in Yemen is currently threatening starvation of fourteen million people. Tens of thousands of Yemenis are already dead. You've seen the images like these children who are starving to death before very is. It is the worst humanitarian crisis in the world right now. And right now you and I in every American is facilitating this horror. Our government is supporting the Saudi war in Yemen. The Bartman the killing and the starvation of children because why exactly what is the argument in favor of doing what we're doing? We haven't heard that argument in the house of representatives. In fact, you won't be hearing an argument for that in the house of representatives. And that's because speaker Ryan today was to cowardly to have an actual debate. And vote on this matter to. Cowardly to let lawmakers stand up in the well, the house and say, yes, I think we should keep starving these children because it's so important that we support the same government that just butchered journalist, Jamal kashogi. Now. Of course, they're probably aren't too many lawmakers willing to stand up and say that since there is no domestic political constituency to continue starving children of Yemen. So instead, the cowardly but perfectly in character action. Speaker Paul Ryan on his way out the door was to use the rules committee to stick a rule attach it to the farm Bill a rule to strip out any debate. And consideration of the War Powers resolution, which would have given lawmakers the opportunity to call the end of the US support of the Saudi Saudi-born Yemen that rule passed now early Jewish six to three with eighteen Republicans voting against the bogus rule. Republican Thomas Massie of Kentucky calling speaker Ryan tactic despicable five Democrats provided the majority voting for the. Rule again a rule to prevent debate on US support of Saudi Arabia's warring Yemen here, the five Democrats who helped attached this monstrous rule to farm Bill. They apparently think it's all right to use the farm Bill to help continue starving. The Chiltern of Yemen. And you have to ask again, why why do they think that we don't know since they wouldn't actually debate? It are their constituents who get up in the town halls of these five Democrats say what I need from. You congressman is to continue bombing and starving children of Yemen into death and submission, highly doubt, it so why ask again, are we doing this in the Senate least there's a real debate going on about this and are real effort to vote against the US. Support the Saudi war in Yemen. We're gonna talk to someone who's led that fight. Senator. Chris Murphy joins me next. Saudi Arabia can push us around like they have over. The course of the last several years in particular, the last several months, then it sends a signal lots of other countries that they can do the same thing the big and murder US residents and suffer almost no consequences. They can bomb civilians with our munitions and suffer. No consequences were the major partner in this relationship. And it's time that we start acting like it. And if this ministration isn't going to act like then this congress has to act like it Senate right now is on track to pass a historic resolution that would not only end the US military involvement and Saudi Arabia is ongoing Warren Yemen, but also serve as an unprecedented rebuke to both current Saudi regime, and the Trump administration Senator Chris Murphy, democrat from Connecticut and one of the original co sponsors of the resolution told me earlier tonight, just what's at stake. So we got sixty votes to proceed to debate that's pretty significant number. That's a lot of Republicans. And now, we'll have a handful of amendments. And we'll have a final vote sometime tomorrow that vote likely will be overwhelming bipartisan as well. This'll be the first time since the adoption of the War Powers Act of nineteen Seventy-three. The congress has voted to pull us out of hostilities abroad.
Tolbert and Lund
Fan interferes with attempt by Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts to catch ball
"Was in the seats. And therefore, it is the domain of the fan, and they can do whatever they want at that point. It's not like a Bartman situation. So the question is what is it to me? It's a it's a home run because it went over the fence out of his glove. So I
Safer Income For Life
Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham and Charles discussed on Safer Income For Life
"Fleetwood mac is actually out on tour again but you know what guys i heard the commercial for it the other day so the only people from the original group or there are mixed fleetwood the drummer and christine mcvie stevie nicks is not with them they fired lindsey buckingham the tar player in the other guy's dead so like is that really fleetwood mac i don't know how you work that out all right okay so hey guys one thing that everybody can see is charles and david bartman out a lot this month talking about the topic of social security in livonia coming up this week on the fifteenth and seventeenth in plymouth on the twenty third and twenty fourth and then out in frazier on june the sixth and seventh these are really based on what might be one of the biggest buckets of money that you have is social security.