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Fresh update on "ben ben" discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

00:23 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ben ben" discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Just call that kissing. One Ninety six eagles, bengals recap and out there for the people I, feel like it would do well. But print. That's what we're going with for this reaction show that eighteen i. think you know I know you don't WanNa talk this game you WanNa talk about this game. You know that's how we both feel about this game I feel like it'd be appropriate. You are kissing your sister here on the kissed and so lax show route will go ahead and go with that cold. Open. Ben Ben started to show I. Mean we we know our here eagles tie for the first toy the bengals last time they did it was two thousand eight. Donovan mcnabb. So Big Day from mcnabb Twenty, eight, Fifty, eight, three, thirty, nine at one touchdowns three interceptions on on the other side. Ryan Fitzpatrick Twenty nine for forty four to sixty fitzpatrick was I. Hate that guy all my good. He's everywhere I didn't remember it was fitzpatrick. Wow, thirteen thirteen, this one ends twenty three to twenty three eagles tied the bengals in an overtime thriller Lol Ben I mean I already did the open here. So not for the fancy introduction this is, of course, brought to you by espionage bleeding creation. We thank you for joining us I would love to be upset but I was telling you before and I know you're always. Fully invested in these Games. But like at a certain point, you gotta give me something to give you something as far as my emotion and in just the energy that I put into a game I was taken out of this game from jump because it was ugly from Jump Ben, how're you doing brother? Doug. Peterson quote we didn't want to give them the ball close to midfield. Is from Bo Wolf and both was analyses and he puts told the team we weren't a smart football team today, which is probably some extremely clever omitting of a middle section there from bow but it is a little bit ironic. Yeah. The Eagles lose lose twenty, three, twenty, three banks moves they lose the game. I mean, like let's get the elephant in the room out of the way the eagles had an opportunity to either elected sixty four to attempt to sixty four Elliott who has previously had a sixty one yard gig. Or? Accept Tie. Obviously the eagles as Peterson's bring up did not want to run the risk of giving them the ball at the hold positions on a sixty four yard catch. That's the eagles forty, six yard line right somewhere around there. It's like right at right right around the fifty. which is dangerous because you right you get. You get at the hold I believe on the whole eagles forty sex 'cause that's fifty four yards to the online and another ten yards or virtuoso goal and nineteen years Hashtag. Well, and that's the interesting thing is I'm sure that was a data back decision and I'm positive that I don't care what like on maybe not data back and probably Sioux. But at the same time if Jake, Elliot's kicking field goals before the game and they set his range right and his range at sixty and you need sixty four, that's four yards outside of the rain she was sitting in that stadium that day you know what I mean and it, and it's also like you were lined up for the fifty nine yarder, you get the false star Matt prior which. Heartbreaking to see Matt Prior on the bench just like he looks like he was crying but also like my dude what yeah I but anyway So you're lined up for the fifty nine. Okay. They go through the sixty four what changes and this is a legitimate question if I'm wrong here's somebody called me on it. What changes for Jake Elliott's process on a fifty nine, universal sixty, four yarder way he was going to take some off the top fifty nine he's going to dial back. He was already going to beat it and fifty nine. Buddha at full capacity what's to sixty four? The same thing is less likely to go in. Yeah. But like what are you losing here? Know? When that went from fifty nine to sixty four that didn't go from like he'll probably make this too. He probably miss it went from he probably won't make this. Do He probably will make this? What nothing changed really affectionally, and so you elect to Pun Messaging Wise. This is just terrible message. To Miss, that, kick. is to go into the locker room and say, listen we continue to struggle. We continue to play badly we continue to dig ourselves in holes. We are so much better than football team we're making dumb mistakes or making easy mistakes nobody is playing well, we are bad football team. The less we got ourselves in a position where we had a chance to win this game at the end of overtime, and even though we didn't, it was good to see was inspiring to see this team this offense get that seven point score get that touchdown went on the scramble to bring over time. It was inspiring to see this defense stopped the bengals on three drives in overtime. That's. A lot of fight. We got a few range twice and it was dumb penalties that took us out. If not for those dumb penalties, we would take that feeling. We would've won this game. So we're going to go. We're going to get rid of the penalties. We're going to become a better team. We're going to become smarter team messaging is great, win or lose or tie so long as you attempt to feel. But when you choose not to you and validate the nevertheless, you take it away from the team you say that was that was nice. But when it does, we don't really care we. Got Us in a position where we could have tried to win the game. We just we weren't interested in that. There is no no, no valor even fall in on the on the battlefield even coming back home on your shield there's no valor in denying the attempt which I don't like maybe that's you know E. Q. Nonsense that doesn't apply in the football field appears it was brought in to be the coach he was brought into. The non chip Kelly actually relate to my players and I can tell you. I'm Pretty Sur in every eagles player wanted Jalen through to dag on through except for maybe Jake Elliott..

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California wildfires kill at least 5, force thousands to evacuate

AP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | Last month

California wildfires kill at least 5, force thousands to evacuate

"Major wildfires are burning. In California. At least five people have died tens of thousands Moorhouse evacuated in in Ben Ben Loman Loman near near Santa Santa Cruz Cruz in in owner owner Chris Chris Camp, Camp, Perry Perry says says he he and and others others have have had had a a lot lot on on their their plates. plates. Corona Corona virus. virus. The The heat heat wave wave and and then then the the power power outages. outages. And And now now the the fire fire so so But But we're we're you you know, know, we're we're tough tough people. people. Now Now we'll we'll persevere. persevere. Home Home

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On day of planned encampment clearing, Philadelphia officials meet with organizers and a lawsuit puts the evictions on hold

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | Last month

On day of planned encampment clearing, Philadelphia officials meet with organizers and a lawsuit puts the evictions on hold

"The homeless encampments in Philadelphia are still intact, including the one set up in left field of a kid's kid's ballpark, ballpark, a a 22nd 22nd and and the the Ben Ben Franklin Franklin Parkway Parkway despite despite the the city, city, issuing issuing an an eviction eviction notice notice for for a a second second time, time, next next up up for for the the city city and and camp camp organizer's organizer's relatives, Andrew Kramer reports a court hearing on Thursday. Judges already heard the legal arguments from both sides after a lawyer for the camp says they've sued the city in federal court. Trying to get them to leave them be by filing a motion for an injunction. Mayor Kenny has been talking with camp organizers because their demands unfeasible, he says, though the city isn't looking for a confrontation here, so the camp was never cleared out. We still see the tents up here along the Ben Franklin Parkway protesters walking around the grounds we've been talking with the people who live there by their pretty shocked the city didn't clear out the camp yet. Some of these neighbors like Debra say they don't feel safe right now. At the same time, I have a lot of guilt for even feeling that way, because I know there is every single one of these folks out here has a story that none of us know. What led him to, you know to be homeless. She doesn't want to see these camp residents just tossed off to the side. But she calls the parkway The pride of Philadelphia. I want it to look that way again, which he says it hasn't this summer because of the camp.

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Owner of Eskimo Pie to change its ‘derogatory’ name

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Owner of Eskimo Pie to change its ‘derogatory’ name

"The the owner owner of Eskimo of Eskimo pie pie is is changing changing its its name name and and marketing marketing the nearly the nearly century century old old chocolate chocolate covered covered ice ice cream cream bar bar is is the latest the latest brand brand to take to take action action on on its racially its racially charged charged logo's logo's and and marketing marketing the company the company spokesperson spokesperson saying saying we we recognize recognize the term the term is derogatory is derogatory and and are committed are committed to being to being a part a part of the of solution the solution on on racial racial equality equality the makers the makers of of aunt aunt Jemima Jemima syrup syrup and and uncle uncle Ben's Ben's rice rice are are among among several several brands brands that have that announced have announced marketing marketing changes changes

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Quaker Oats To Retire Aunt Jemima Brand Named After Racist Stereotype

Lee Matthews

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Quaker Oats To Retire Aunt Jemima Brand Named After Racist Stereotype

"Jemima Jemima is is getting getting a a makeover makeover after more than a hundred thirty years Quaker oats is retiring the breakfast brand and logo acknowledging the character is rooted in racist imagery aunt Jemima is grounded in the stereotype of the mammy a submissive woman eager to serve her white master other supermarket staples have announced they too are rethinking their products products Mars Mars Mars incorporated incorporated incorporated says says says uncle uncle uncle Ben's Ben's Ben's rice rice rice will will will be be be getting getting getting a a a new new new look look look and and and ConAgra ConAgra ConAgra brands brands brands says says says it it it will will will review review review the the the brand brand brand and and and packaging packaging packaging of of of Mrs Butterworth's syrup

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Jerry Stiller, Comedian With Enduring Appeal, Is Dead at 92

Morning Edition

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Jerry Stiller, Comedian With Enduring Appeal, Is Dead at 92

"Comedian Jerry Stiller has died at the age of ninety two of natural causes according to his son Ben Ben Stiller Stiller also also an an actor actor and and comedian comedian Jerry Jerry Stiller Stiller began began his his career career opposite opposite his his comedian comedian wife wife the the late late and and Mirek Mirek in in the the nineteen nineteen fifties fifties among among other other accomplishments accomplishments still became an icon on the TV show Seinfeld as the high strung Frank

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Golfer Rich Beem on Q School and Beer Guts

No Laying Up

10:43 min | 6 months ago

Golfer Rich Beem on Q School and Beer Guts

"Let's get back to our interview with rich. Beem in this time period q-school. How did that work is that? How is that what? Your Path was to the PGA tour or able to just signed straight up for Q-school. Did you buy the minor leagues? Basically did I literally went straight from the pro shop to the PGA tour? So I'd won the section the Section Assistance Championship in nineteen ninety. Eight and nineteen ninety. Eight is what I really start playing really good and I have no idea what it what. How old are you at that time? Then Ninety eight I would have been twenty eight okay. So you're not a young. You're not a young Modo outta college but but naive for sure and I'll get to more of that later on but I went to q school. I won the assistance championship and it used to be years prior. That would actually get you a bypass of going first stage. And and so I would have been exempted second-stage although in nineteen ninety eight. They took that out. They said Nope you. You still have to go to first day so I had to go through all three stages of Q-school and I ended up in first one was in Scottsdale at a golf course called talking stick Ben Ben Crenshaw bellcore design fantastic track but I had to shoot sixty seven the final day to make it through to make it through first Yup through I age and then the second the second one was in Houston on the final day I was in by about two or three going into the final round and I was to over through six holes and on the seventh hole. I had a shot with a wedge but in the rough and I thought Flyer no-fly I don't think flyer it was a flyer and I absolutely air mail the green by like thirty yards and I got no shot. I have zero shot so I get back over there I find it. I hit it back to the front of the Green. I got sixty feet left. I'm choking and a mad on the same breath I mean I can't control myself. I'm literally trying not to vomit because I know that making the finals is a big deal well before I even thought about it. I pull the trigger. Hit knocked it in and then birdied the next two holes in the night. I shot I. I shot seventy one and got through comfortably at the end of the day but there are some the pressure of the stories you hear about Q-school in about how much pressure puts on you. It's unbelievable because if you don't get through second-stage you've just wasted five thousand bucks you nothing you guys that you got no status anywhere and so that was a big deal. That was a huge deal for me. In fact I funny enough bill hyme who caddied for me for fourteen years and come back and county for me. When when I turned fifty he actually was same venue. He lost in a playoff back then. They had a playoff. He lost in a playoff to get to the finals and then he actually drove out to finals. In case anybody withdrew and finals he was the first alternate in. Nobody dropped out in you. Figure that out of the two hundred seven guys are at finals. Somebody one guy nothing. Nobody dropped out so Turned out to be in both of our favors because he had a great career together and he's one of my closest friends but it was pretty funny. How how that'll happen. And you make it all the weight. How many how many. I looked up your class right here on Wikipedia. You have forty one guys make it through. How many are you estimate? I don't know the answer to this. But how many are you? Estimating had to go through from first stage all the way through the. There's a few of them that had to come to be fair. I don't know what the I mean. You Bo Van Pelt Charles Warren Jeffrey Hart and Rio Bravo and David Seawall in Roy Sabatini David Zero. Pga TOUR STARTS HERE. The only guys on there that had needs zero. Pj torstar so my buddies that came out of that was Bo. Van Pelt. Brian Baird Bird. I got to be close with. Oh I'm drawing a blank. I can't believe I'm drawn blanks on this. I'm so bad with names. It's killing me but I you know there's a bunch of guys that I became you know just because we went through that process together. It really was one of those weeks where you just. Kinda put your head down and you just keep on going. I know Mike. We're want it Mike sposa. That's the guy that was going to expose him. Brian Baird just because we we hung out together when we because right after. You got your car. You went to a class and we went through media class which I think that everybody in the room. Everybody well I I know for me. Factually I didn't hear a single word at. I know that the big Gulp in my hand wasn't really a big old. It was a big but it wasn't. It wasn't as advertised. So what? Yeah what is your. What is your reputation. Did you have a partying reputation on a founded reputation? Well-founded yeah I'M NOT GONNA Deny I. It's it's interesting because I think that a lot of the guys in there it's true. I listened soon as I get done playing golf. I like to have beverage. I absolutely have to have a beverage. I'm not going to deny that one iota. It was kind of in the air though when tiger was kicking everybody's ass and workouts were becoming super popular fitness. All of that sports psychologist. I mean all of it was it was. You know that's how it was but I mean before the final round at the Kemper Open and ninety nine at a big old fat enchilada plate and four cores. Lights that my dinner. That was just how I didn't you know and I think a lot of times. It was frowned upon where in generation. Before that you know. It's kind of like smoking. Everybody everybody used to smoke Nobody smokes right. 'cause it's frowned upon. It's looked down upon right but I listen. It was good. I had some good times. There's no doubt about it you know and I was successful at what I did now. I did it so well you away. At least a lot of people were some people work. You need some sort of release. I imagine after Tournament Golf. So when I when I played in tournaments like Inbetween Rounds Dude. I need a drink after a grinding for four or five hours and I think that there's there's something to that. Yeah I think there's a lot to that. I think that there's I think for different people at it. You know having having a drink it's more psychological because I needed because I've got eighty and I needed a way to stop thinking about golf. I needed a way to sit there. And not fret over what my stroke or what. My swing felt like or anything like that. Because if 'cause I could sit there and just go nuts. I still do go nuts. I mean there's a lot of time laying in bed in the middle of the night and I'm literally thinking about my putting or I'm thinking about my chip. I'm thinking about something that has to do with golf. That's just the way mine works. You know after a while you just get tired of that. Sure you just get burnt out of thinking about it all the time. It just eats gnaws at USA for for me when it came to the PGA tour in tournament. Golf I mean listen I I. They're probably very few rounds very around probably more so today. I I don't have. I don't drink a lot when after I play golf. Just kind of getting to that age and my body just doesn't like it that much anymore but I just I needed to have something to kind of smooth me out because I was so high strung and listen to other people do it different ways some guys want to go do push ups some guys. WanNa go running. I liked the smell of of wooden barstools and inside of a sitting at the bar watching TV. Well I think that there's a lot of people out there that kind of long for those days on the PGA tour both players and fans kind of you know a Lotta people love the some of the beer guts and that kind of culture seems to have gone by the way word and would you say you were one of the guys that kind of kept that going into the two thousands and who were some of those guys would kind of more celebrate that lifestyle though the unfortunately he's not on tour anymore but Anthony. Kim was legendary. Yeah legend give me absolutely everything. You've got to be fair. I mean some of it. I don't quite recall but I mean I remember. I didn't even hang out with them. I didn't hang out with them a lot off the golf course. I think in. That probably was good for both of us because I think we would have enabled one another quite a bit but I mean I remember Vegas a couple of times and you just you. You hear the stories about you know. There was a five day event and he was out and he was legend. I mean he would. He would go hard and he was not afraid to spend money. I mean the kid was unbelievable. Talented player I mean. There's no doubt about it. And but he was he could go. There are some guys that could could fly. I mean I for me. It was more I actually would. I would have probably sit there with my caddie and hang out with my caddie more than even I'd probably go sit in the caddy room. Instead of hang out up in the in the players locker room I spent more time just going out today with my caddie than I did any other players but you know you could hear stories about some guys who like to go and some guys when I first got on tour. There's a few guys Ted purdy would. It was always fun. Hang you know especially when we had missed the cut. I mean Ted was always good to hang with. It's not like John. Daly ask you know where you would go and where you would just go into your ran into a wall. And then you'd back up and run through the wall and go. I mean it was in by our standards. It was fairly tame but just sitting around. Just having a giggle and and enjoying life and whatnot. Not Letting not letting anything get you down you know after misguide or or celebrating after after a nice week cabinet evidence solid week or something like that but you know there are some guys that that are very quiet about how they do it but I promise you there's guys out there that are right in the middle of it and they like to have fun. Well who's your caddy that you that it was at Steve. Duplantis Steve duplantis was my caddy for the Kemper. Open win he was my he was Caddy for me for probably about five months five months and I finally said I can't hang with anymore. Yes we're just a bad influence on each out part of it but I I think though in one of my rare mature moments. I figured that you know what probably needs somebody. That's a little more grounded and I went through probably three or four guys so I found the right one and then once I found the right

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Ben Affleck Says Divorce From Jennifer Garner Is His 'Biggest Regret'

Colleen and Bradley

03:26 min | 7 months ago

Ben Affleck Says Divorce From Jennifer Garner Is His 'Biggest Regret'

"Truth Ben Affleck getting choked up talking about his divorce from Jennifer garner so he was on Good Morning America today and he also did an interview with The New York Times and he said I never thought I was going to get divorced I didn't want to get divorced I didn't want to be a divorced person I really didn't want to be a split family with my children and it upset me so much because it meant I wasn't who I thought I was and that was so painful and so disappointing in myself I'm sure he was opening up to the New York times about his relationship and its demise and how when things start to get hard in his marriage circa twenty fifteen twenty sixteen he then responded by deeply going deeper into drinking which of course made the problems worse right and then in twenty fifteen in June Ben Affleck and Jennifer garner called it quits after ten years of marriage they have a fourteen year old an eleven year old and a seven year old rather finalized in October of twenty eighteen but it's got to be hard to talk about all that stuff in public because not because of the issues itself but because it involves other people who are also in the public eye yeah and I'm you know like I just feel like that's gonna be awkward I mean I don't know what relationship they have now realistically but I think it's pretty positive or at least that's what they make it look like in the tabloid yeah they make it seem like that like they spend a lot of family time together and he kind of pops over he called the divorce the biggest regret of his life and has been really open with his about his battle with substance abuse he said divorce is very painful and alcoholism is very painful they just are and if there's something that your child is suffering that the level of pain that's not easily gotten past not easily forgiven not easily forgotten and it's hard you're not going to avoid causing your kids pain all pain pain is part of life I take some comfort in that you know I the the the article or the profile that that he has done recently where he's really talking through a lot of the stuff part of what makes this I think in deer is mean to him in the in his telling of his own story yeah is that there is a and there is a notion that he has an awareness of his part in it yeah I and I think I'd feel differently if he were putting things on other people but you really is telling his story from his very own perspective and I am hopeful that Jennifer garner has given her blessing on this I think it'll help people understand Ben Ben Affleck is better and she has moved on she's been dating John Miller this businessman and they've been dating for a couple of years now and insiders have been saying that he very much wants to marry her and wants to propose and she just can't be rush when that when you heard that right yeah because then it's like you've got the kids and I just don't understand and when you're very successful financially independent human beings and you already have a family or at least you have children you have to get married what what's the rush I mean it's different for everyone but you know I also think probably for her you know marriage means different things and you carry a lot of weight with what your last marriage was in her marriage was I am sure that being married to Ben Affleck was a ton of work that's what I'm saying to him my question was more to him like what's your hurry yeah yeah I don't know if she if she has one too you mean you saw the relationship yeah I think that's fine but I think it's just that's his intention that here really love to be married yeah you know some people really love to be married being married to something that's really

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"ben ben" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"ben ben" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"You're going to get it everything you need to know on that one subject and and so subscribe please join us in the blaze TV okay back in just a second with some actual stuff that is useful to you sorry if we've wasted your time here in the last couple of minutes it's too small now I have good news and bad news bad news is you screwed up I swear I'm Valentine's restaurant reservation was eight not seven I swear then you thought her favorite flowers were peonies turns out they were roses hello and finally in a desperate attempt to salvage the Ede evening you pulled out your guitar and Ben Ben began singing there's a hole in the sky where a tree once was someone's making some money there was a mistake the good news is instead of staying the night on a lumpy couch you can sleep in the brand new X. chair in the den you know that it has a patented dynamic variable lumbar support and ten different settings the X. chair is what you and those around you need for a comfortable work day and I think it's as comfortable as the couch if not more so it also comes with a thirty day money back guarantee and you have zero risk and most companies can't do that because most companies are chipping out the X. tearing their people open and like that's not really what I thought it was going to be this is better than you think it will be don't settle for less than the very best it is the X. chair next year on sale now for a hundred dollars off just go to X. here back dot com that's X. cheer be easy K. dot com or call eight four four four X. year next year back dot com use the.

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"ben ben" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"ben ben" Discussed on WTVN

"You're going to get it everything you need to know on that one subject and and so subscribe please join us at the blaze TV okay back in just a second with some actual stuff that is useful to you sorry if we've wasted your time here in the last couple of minutes it's too small now I have good news and bad news bad news is you screwed up I swear I'm Valentine's restaurant reservation was eight not seven I swear then you thought her favorite flowers were peonies turns out they were roses hello and finally in a desperate attempt to salvage the E. the evening you pulled out your guitar and Ben Ben began singing there's a hole in the sky where a tree once was someone's making some money there was a mistake the good news is instead of staying the night on a lumpy couch you can sleep in the brand new X. chair in the den you know that it has a patented dynamic variable lumbar support and ten different settings the X. chair is what you and those around you need for a comfortable work day and I think it's as comfortable as the couch if not more so it also comes with a thirty day money back guarantee and you have zero risk and most companies can't do that because most companies are chipping out the exterior in there people open and like that's not really what I thought it was going to be this is better than you think it will be don't settle for less than the very best it is the X. chair X. chair on sale now for a hundred dollars off just go to X. here back dot com that's X. here be easy K. dot com or call eight four four four X. year next year back dot com use the.

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"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're going to get everything you need to know on that one subject and and so subscribe please join us to the blaze TV okay back in just a second with some actual stuff that is useful to you sorry if we've wasted your time here in the last couple of minutes it's too small now I have good news and bad news bad news is you screwed up I swear I'm Valentine's restaurant reservation was eight not seven I swear then you thought her favorite flowers were peonies turns out they were roses hello and finally in a desperate attempt to salvage the E. the evening you pulled out your guitar and Ben Ben began singing there's a hole in the sky where a tree once was someone's making some money that was a mistake the good news is instead of staying the night a lumpy couch you can sleep in the brand new X. chair in the den you know that it has a patented dynamic variable lumbar support and ten different settings the X. chair is what you and those around you need for a comfortable work day and I think it's as comfortable as the couch if not more so it also comes with a thirty day money back guarantee and you have zero risk and most companies can't do that because most companies aren't shipping out the exterior in there people open and like that's not really what I thought it was going to be this is better than you think it will be don't settle for less than the very best it is the X. chair X. chair on sale now for a hundred dollars off just go to X. here back dot com that's X. cheer be easy K. dot com or call eight four four four X. year next year back dot com use the.

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"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You're going to get it everything you need to know on that one subject and and so subscribe please join us to the blaze TV okay back in just a second with some actual stuff that is useful to you sorry if we've wasted your time here in the last couple of minutes it's too small now I have good news and bad news bad news is you screwed up I swear I'm Valentine's restaurant reservation was eight not seven I swear then you thought her favorite flowers were peonies turns out they were roses hello and finally in a desperate attempt to salvage the each evening you pulled out your guitar and Ben Ben began singing there's a hole in the sky where a tree once was someone's making some money there was a mistake the good news is instead of staying the night on a lumpy couch you can sleep in the brand new X. chair in the den you know that it has a patented dynamic variable lumbar support and ten different settings the X. chair is what the you and those around you need for a comfortable work day and I think it's as comfortable as the couch if not more so it also comes with a thirty day money back guarantee and you have zero risk and most companies can't do that because most companies are chipping out the exterior in there people open and like that's not really what I thought it was going to be this is better than you think it will be don't settle for less than the very best it is the X. chair next year on sale now for a hundred dollars off just go to X. here back dot com that's X. here be easy K. dot com or call eight four four four X. year next year back dot com use the.

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The Current Situation In Iran: How Did We Get Here?

Pod Save America

10:26 min | 9 months ago

The Current Situation In Iran: How Did We Get Here?

"Get to the terrifying news of the day President Trump essentially started a war with Iran when he ordered the assassination of Iranian major general. Qassem Soleimani who was the second most powerful figure in the Iranian government in response. What's around has vowed to retaliate against the United States in? US forces serving abroad. They've announced they'll be restarting their nuclear program. The Iraqi parliament voted to expel all US. US troops from Iraq and we've been forced to suspend our operations against Isis in Iraq. A meanwhile trump has responded by sending another three thousand five hundred troops to the Middle East and tweeting that if Iran retaliates quote we have targeted fifty two around the incites representing the fifty two American hostages taken by Iran many years ago some at a very very high level and important to Iran in the Iranian culture in those targets in Iran itself will be hit very fast and very hard targeting cultural sites is in fact an internationally internationally recognized war crime so lots to unpack here guys. Tommy let's start at the beginning. What do we know about so far why this happened? Y did trump make this decision. Well it depends on who you believe. Okay The Washington Post reported that Mike pompeo has been pushing trump to do this for many many months. And you know back in the day there were a bunch of senior officials in the trump administration like Jim Madison Rex. Tillerson the secretary of State. who were cautioning less caustic line on didn't want him to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal but over time all these reasonable got pushed out the right-wing hardliners are in in. And so here. We are now the stated reason that the trump administration did this is. They said that there was an imminent threat from Qasim Sumani from Shia militia groups in Iraq. That we're going to attack and kill. US forces Everyone who has seen that intelligence so far people quoted in newspapers people. I've talked to you said that that that does not hold water They've seen nothing that indicates there was some imminent threat. which would justify this strike legally or you know rationally so it just seems like something that a bunch of nuts wanted to do and it sounds like the sort of would immediately precipitated? The decision was the fact that there had been There was an attack that killed an American contractor in Iraq. Right this is the problem. Their explanation is all over the place. They one of these militia groups K. H. A. Shia militia group in Iraq killed a US contractor and wound servicemembers Kirk in response to that the US military hit a couple of sites associated with cage training sites weapons depots etcetera. You'd think that response was to killing. US contractor but then they went in killed Qassem Sumani and the justification for that was an an alleged imminent threat of another attack but even in the way pump goes on television lies obviously but even in the way. He's lying to be admitting that that's not totally true. Because they he's he said something along the lines of He was in the process of Planning attacks against American interests in two things about that one. That seems seems to have been a good part of his job for the better part of seconds. And the second part of that is He's not the actual. He's not pulling the trigger. He's wearing a suicide vest right. He's he's he's just a he's involved in the chain of command and one other part of this. No one has been able to answer at all is how does killing This figure prevent those attacks. Why aren't those? It was a tax more likely than not less likely to happen. Now that this person is it also seemed like there was reporting in the New York Times in Washington Post as well that in retaliation for the contractor you're being killed Trump ordered those set of strikes and then there were protests outside our embassy in Iraq. Yep and it said there. Apparently trump was watching those protests and then got really mad and decide that he wanted to do another strike. What is surprise that trump was watching cable TV and it made him angry? Although this time with this sounds like what happened with Mike Pompeo and and Secretary of Defense Esper- flew flew down to mar-a-lago and they pitched trump on a menu of ideas to further respond and the New York Times reported that on the menu was killing Soleimani money and that that very extreme proposal was only put on there to make the other ones look more reasonable and everyone was shocked when ultimately decided to do it but no one apparently push back. That was the craziest anecdote of all the New York Times that they were like. We'll just put this on as an extra so and and you know in some people may have seen this. But both the Bush administration and the Obama Obama Administration basically passed on this option at times as well because and the reason they did is because they were too concerned both administrations even the administration that took us to war in Iraq were concerned that this would escalate tensions in the Middle East into full blown. War Yeah Before we talk about what a stupid and dangerous move this this was tell me what do you think about the debate over whether it was legally justified whether we call it an assassination. And how much do these debates matter. I mean they matter if you care about international law so from that like it's a complicated case They're sort of like a common sense like lexical. What's in the dictionary definition of assassination? And then there's the definition of assassination which has been banned by the US government under executive orders that date back to like the when we used to give Fidel Castro explosive cigars and attempt to take political figures. You're not supposed to assassinate political figures period. the debate about in so like but Sola money's is a complicated case and that he's like the number two guy in their system but could force The organization he ran is a US designated terrorist organizations. There's no doubt that he helped build this play. This big role role in creating and supporting these militia groups in other malign acts across the globe basically. But there's no formal state of war between the US and Iran so there's no basis ACIS to target him on that level right like during the Iraq war the US targeted Saddam Hussein remember deck of cards the figures that they'd go after right so that the legality of Whether or not it was legal or justify takeouts lemani hinges on this intelligence. None of us can see these at all is about this imminence question got it but I mean I think reasonable people should say this was an assassination so I mentioned some of the consequences that are already playing out. What are some of the potential consequences that worry you the most both in short-term medium-term long-term Blake I worry about Iran on directly targeting forces in Iraq or Jordan or Kuwait or diplomatic posts in Lebanon. Worry about these Shia militia groups Lebanese Lebanon's Hezbollah came out today and said that their targets are going to be. US military personnel and they're not going to target civilians so when the head of Hezbollah sounds more reasonable than the present united United States on twitter. That's telling you something There's also these militia groups that might just sort of pay fealty to the money and not coordinate their actions with The Iranians and take action that way just because they're pissed and then there's also the fact that we had to stop the counter isis operations at a time when Isis has has had a bit of a resurgence because of our pull out from serious. There's a lot of ways this can manifest. How serious do you think the concerns are about cyber attacks against the United States or potentially a terrorist attack against the homeland? It's hard to know it's hard to know. I mean you look at what they've done what they set already about their nuclear program. They announced that they're no longer going to who abide by the enrichment restrictions in the JCP away in the Iran deal. But they said they're gonNA continue to Work with the IRA and allow them access test to inspect sites and things. So like in that instance if you're looking at that as a signal there sort of like tiptoeing out of the Iran deal. They're not like immediately announcing that they're enriching ninety eighty percent create a bomb so it seems like there's sort of an incremental response not some big blockbuster thing it seems that there's some F partout seem reasonable to international community to try a seem as though they are the victims in this absolutely. I think you're right well it we mentioned this yet but it does seem like the inciting incident for this entire crisis is trump ripping ripping up the Iran. Deal back in two thousand eighteen. Yes I mean I thought Ben Ben Rhodes on our pod. Friday walked through the timeline from the Iran. Trumping out of the Iran deal today. And I think it's a very compelling case he also wrote a piece for the Atlantic I mean I think we would be in a stronger position today. If the trump if Iran's nuclear program was being managed by a diplomatic agreement the fact that it's not everything more complicated well and I think an important point here is how you felt about the Iran. Deal in the first place whether it was a good deal or not Once the Iran deal was in place even trump's own Administration his own national security team. warned him not to get out of the deal real people who weren't necessarily fans of the deal the first place at once. We're in the deal. You shouldn't get out of the deal and he fucking did it. Anyway against the advice of most people in his administration and the whole global community in here we are by one of the reasons to non pull out was the fear that it might lead to this crisis. Right you John. Bolton now that he's left administration is very clear that his goal along has been regime. Change right so they pull out of your own nuclear deal where Iran agreed to all these restrictions on their nuclear program in exchange for economic relief from sanctions actions and instead of getting that relief they get more sanctions in an effort to crush their economy and lead to regime change. Of course over time. They're going to start lashing out. It shouldn't surprise anybody. So let's talk about how the administration is responding to all this Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was out on all the Sunday shows when he was asked by. Chuck Todd about the potential for around to retaliate. By killing Americans pompeo said quote. It may be. There is a little noise here in the in term but that America will be safer in the long run later. Donald Trump was asked the same question and and said quote. If it happens it happens. Tommy I know you have some Some strong feelings about pompeo Sunday show appearances because I was texting. You injured it before I melt down. I'm just curious what you guys think would have happened if Susan Rice said there was a little noise in the interim I saying like this those those statements both both from POMPEII. Oh and then trump saying if it happens it happens like this. President Obama would've been impeached within a day for saying that. I can't even believe there's there's such a there's such a glibness to it at but it is also it is. They're kind of whatever they're they're sort of cost playing as tough tough guys and so for them. They're they're trying to go out there

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"ben ben" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:48 min | 9 months ago

"ben ben" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ben Ben and tell who's a senior fellow at the foundation for the defense of democracies he's looking at the big picture whether we like it or not whether the Iraqi population likes it or not Iran and the U. S. are having a **** for tat escalation in Iraq no casualties reported in the attack on the U. S. embassy CBS news update I'm Sam lead singer KCBS news time twelve thirty two good afternoon I'm Kerry hit a sack time now for our daily Tekken business report as we've been telling you today uber and door dash of filed a lawsuit to try and stop California's new gig economy law prevents companies from classifying most workers as independent contractors for more we're joined by Bloomberg court reporter Jole Rosen blot Joe how you doing this art afternoon I was gonna say morning yeah I'm I'm good great for having me yeah so what is this lawsuit mean for this law which is set to go into effect tomorrow well we'll see it's it's early of course but it's a challenge to the law which as you probably know was signed by the governor in September and is trying to give the gig economy workers protections that are normally afforded to employees and so it is this just a stall tactic until these companies can maybe trying to get a measure on the ballot it is that is what they are doing next November I would say it's more than a stall tactic Cooper has has aggressively fought any attempt to classify its drivers as employees in court over many years am this is a pretty I would say difficult or maybe kinda to reach but it's another aggressive attempt to forestall the law but also attacks it and it and it takes particular aim at the author of the bill of the of the law assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez if you could just break down at what exactly is this new California gig economy law that's going to take affect shores so it it's it's called a bi five assembly bill five and was signed as I mentioned by the governor in in September and it says the workers can generally only be considered contractors independent contractors if they perform duties that are outside the usual course of a company's business really important it it the doctor straight forward test to determine which workers qualify as employees winds and then so all the benefits that come with that such as overtime healthcare and business expense reimbursement so that's the best you know this is what has been fighting for years they don't want to pay that that money that is gonna be required to cover employees in that way because a lot of these workers I mean they started out part time and they really took this on as a full time job yeah and you know Lorraine Gonzalez will point out that many of them are doing that but sleeping in their cars to do it and jeopardizing the safety of not only themselves but everyone else around them so that's that's what the law is designed to do is designed to give these workers protections that you know the rest of us who are covered by our employers again and and to improve the conditions for that for these workers that really is the aim of the law who were over has its own you know arguments in this lawsuit as to why why it's illegal quite a lot self is illegal or why it was it in other app based companies were unfairly targeted so what's next for this lawsuit well uber and post mates is is the other company that's joined who were in the suit have asked a federal court in Los Angeles to block the law which takes effect tomorrow that's not going to happen I don't think it immediately the court has to take a look at the lawsuit and then they'll be arguments so so we'll see we'll see what happens next in federal court in in Los Angeles weather not accord agrees with even the idea of the lawsuit in order to stop the law from taking effect while they kind of fight it out in court Rachel thank you so much for your time this afternoon that's it Bloomberg court reporter Joel Rosenblatt you can hear our tech in business report weekdays at twelve thirty PM here on KCBS in for more tune into Bloomberg TV at two PM KCBS news time twelve thirty six were just two minutes away from traffic and weather together welcome back to the dog show up next we have Satchmo such moves a member of the shelter pet group that's right a group known especially for the coach smuggling ball chasing face looking of course companionship let's see actually makes contact with this person actually lose the trickster intuitive and now he appears.

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The Power of Showing Up

Zen Parenting Radio

08:56 min | 9 months ago

The Power of Showing Up

"Us. Today is Dr Dan Segal. Who wrote a new book coming hanging out January? I don't know we'll get the day. Put it in the show notes but the name of the book is the power of showing how parental presence shapes who are kids become and how their brain gets wired. He co-authored that with Tina Pain Bryson But I I I feel the need to say that we've been doing this podcast for nine in years nine years and we've done over five hundred episodes on every single one. I say this phrase and I'm pretty sure it's yours. It's yours and we stole it and we give them credit. Yes we we give them credit do give but we don't give them credit every single time otherwise it'd be a lot but we have said your name many times The best predictor of child. How's well-being as a parent self understanding? Did that come from you. Yes well I mean it comes from me. Summarizing beautiful research of the field of attachment yes gutters yes. Thank you for that. Because that's become the platform for nine years of podcasts. Is that yes. So it's safe to say that we agree On a lot of parental issues. So that influenced by your work But just to jump right in so obviously the foundation of the book is I For parents to feel say for parents to help their kids feel safe seen sued. And then if you do those things that'll be securely attached. I did actually read the book. And I'm not a fast reader but would you know what I spent rates through this one so that goes to show that this is a book that anybody could read very quickly but I fear of a a good way to start. Is You talk about the introduction or close to it the strange situation research study. And I'm wondering if you can share with our listeners. What that is is and and why you decided to include your book? Sure well I mean the field. In general of Child Development Has Within it. You know the field of attachment research. which is what do we know about how kids are shaped by their experiences? after birth and one of the most important things to know about that is it's you know aspects of your parent You with you as a kid that shapes you so of course. You have your temperament that shaped by genetics on but then you have your experience which is in in the early years especially shaped by your parents. The way the field of science that studies that looks at it is by. I observing how children interact with their parents the first year life so infancy and onward and in the first year we can observe how those patterns of communication are happening and then we do a paradigm the infant strange situation which means you put a twelve month old more or less in a strange situation where there initially separated from their caregiver. And there's a a stranger in the room. been the caregiver comes back. Then they interact and you. Are you know filming all this taping and then Dan you have the stranger and the caregiver go away. So there's no one in the room so it goes on for about three minutes. A the child can tolerate it and parents watch you can tolerate and then Then carry it becomes back again so it's a separation paradigm but what you're finding in the research that's the most useful is the reunion behavior of the child interacting with this particular parent. So is the beautiful thing about this measure from Mary. Ainsworth built on the work. She did John. Colby Elaborated in many ways by her graduate student. Mary main is to send me to sense what you're really measuring as a relationship. You're not measuring something about the child. You're measuring how this child with this parents given their history over in this this case when you're of life manifests in the child's way of dealing with knowledge the separation but especially the reunion and that's why you know in Developing Mind is textbook not now into its third edition. I thought it would be good for graduate students and undergraduates to know about infant strange situation. Ben Ben to build on bat to understand what does it mean to have a secure mental model secure Schema of attachment that manifests insert third baby in the infants. Strange situation that continues onward for the kid and interacting with his friends with his teachers out she will be actually in summer camp and then even tracy elements of it to how we act as parents or his friends or his lovers So there's some really you know. Amazing Longitudinal findings. Of course everyone is open to change. But there are these general patterns that Research suggests Sir. You're how experience shapes nominate the direct way that our brain in a sense of takes in those experiences but then how we adapt adapt to them. Those are the two things direct impacts and adaptation and. That's what Tina Bryson and I my my old student June. WHO's now my colleague and Co Writer? Tina pain bryce tonight do in these books is take the framework of interpersonal neurobiology for presenting the the developing mind and then molded for parents gail that accessible easily to try to put in. You know remember language so you can. Actually you remember when you're in the in the heat of parenting and that's that's what we do so I have a question about 'cause it you're saying it's their experience. And then how they adapt adapt so that could explain why like we have three daughters. They they're going to grow up in this environment. Maybe have similar experiences but the way they adapt up to those experiences may be different so the way that they eventually see the world experienced the world could be unique cracked. They may not all have the same Even if we had a pretty secure attachment the way that they experienced their lives could they could have different outcomes. Correct absolutely well. Here's the thing about it. That's what you're saying is so useful you know. Even if you had identical twins where you know their genes were the thank. Each of us has a way of having energy flow through us. Having the way we turn that into information. That's unique you know and so you might say well. The temperament is likely to be very similar of their genes are identical which is true. There's a big genetic influence on temperament but the way we adapt may be uniquely our own way of basically developing personality in which is temperament of experience. Now the thing that gets complicated is parents can actually actually relate differently to different kids and this is where it gets very subtle and from individual point of view very significant. So so let's say you you have a child who's more outgoing than another child and you yourself or outgoing and you headed image in your mind of wanting child. WHO's outgoing was gonNA be a big? You know soccer player and she's GonNa be star of the musical and you know run for the president or something like that well. Those are your expectations. So you may treat your outgoing child one way but then your child house more inwardly focused. You may get frustrated with an irritated with her because preps you yourself weren't appreciated for you were were. You may have a feeling of being inadequate inside of you. This where self understanding comes and so for the parents who may not have worked through their own issues from their a childhood. They're more likely to have what you call parental presence so someone with presence would say I WANNA see my child exactly Cleo. She is how he is in. This one's more introverted. I know I may be frustrated but I'm going to let that frustration go so so I can see my child sue them keep them safe. Let them feel really good about who. They are rather that they're disappointed me. Because they're not matching my expectation dictation

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"ben ben" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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College Football: South Carolina Is A Ranked Team?

The Paul Finebaum Show

10:09 min | 1 year ago

College Football: South Carolina Is A Ranked Team?

"Ben Ben Bryner joining us. Thanks for the time always great to have you on. We start with the the general question. How is life in Colombia covering the South Carolina gamecocks offered him well. You've got a situation relation readers and fans. They're not too happy. players also not too happy about how things are going and obviously will muschamp from his comments. Yesterday also also not real happy about how things have gone okay. We've established The happy meter is pretty low. I think muschamp said it best. When asked about this weekend being a must win I believe he said they're almost win? but how important is this one. I mean this one is maybe their last chance at one of those mid tier kind of wins because you look at the rest of the scheduled win the really winnable games come down to your vanderbilt your Tennessee your APP state which is probably going to be harder than most people think but it's still a non power five team and if they don't win this one there the chances of a four win season go up pretty dramatically and feels like almost a gap of a four or five win. Season emotionally is is pretty high already not that anyone would be happy with a five win season but that that kind of gap would be a big oneplus. Kentucky is one five in a row in this series and nearly every single time going in it seemed like Kentucky is not been in great shape and then South Carolina's offense. It's just sort of disappears and they come out with another loss. I think you've described it quite well. Let me ask you about the the mood there because someone called in and I believe I read something in your paper. Although it's sometimes difficult to read on your website unless you are a subscriber the raid tanner had comments today. don't know what he said. I assume you do yeah you. WanNa you WANNA you. WanNa local radio here and was was about as positive as you can you can imagine said he still backs. Coach said he's not going to go into his office. closed the door and necessarily say this is unacceptable. Oh he he feels that will jam understand sort of the stakes and understands what's going wrong but obviously you also wouldn't expect a lot of ladies to come out on the radio and just totally trashed their head coach. Even if they were sort of feeling that way they did it would be quite a story and by the way we had one about two years ago Scott Woodward at am came on our show at SEC media spring meetings. Excuse me and pretty much said Kevin someone had to have a big year or allison occurred so my question is why is Ray Tanner doing this knowing that what he says today will probably not be operational or operative in November if the bottom falls out. I think it's a matter I think a lot of that's just just re raise personality I think he he tends to look at things in a very upbeat way and you've got to also remember the former coach and I don't know that he's necessarily a guy that's GonNa you know trump his drop his people and and go out in public and necessarily speak that way because realistically if things were to to go all the way south and the change was made then that change would ultimately I think speaks for itself instead of necessarily him having to sort of lay the breadcrumbs up up to it talking to have been bryner about this situation and then one more thing on on that I believe there is what an eighteen billion dollar buyout. We'll mush does that for all intents and purposes shut down the conversation that he will be gone at the end of the season and it's it's hard to imagine and South Carolina coming up with that type of money to get rid of them agree freedom. I it's interesting. You definitely doesn't shut down the conversation. People are still talking talking about it. People are still asking about it. My my inbox has several emails that literally just have the headline of fire. Must Champ functionally. I think it probably would unless they found some sort of situation where it was negotiated down now. Obviously that would require a coach deciding to do that and usually in America folks. Don't give up that kind of money so I'd imagine is functionally stops that but it isn't gonNA. It doesn't shut that any of the noise okay well. Let's play this game yeah. Well I think we I think we all agree a win. This weekend would calm people down and maybe this conversation the next time we talk. We'll will be more about what happens on the field then off the field but if if Kentucky does this again in win for the sixth grade time let's take a realistic look at the schedule and try to figure out where this ends up landing because US everyone knows South Carolina has already played one of its feared opponents but many more remain yeah. I as you kind of look at it. They have three games that you they've well. They have two games that you'd say would be in the very winnable category your Vanderbilt Tennessee then you have APP state which which obviously is a giant killer obviously in the first year of a new coach and it's still not totally clear if they're what APP state has been. Maybe a little bit down but you've got those three games then you've got to of what we're sort of treated in the beginning of the year as toss ups and now look less so which would be your sex saying them and and your Florida and those if I if you kind of bend your be bent your mind a little bit you can you imagine an upset scenario but those are a very long shot and then you bet clemson and Georgia Georgia on the road pumps and comes down here in Columbia and those are some pretty tough games so you're looking at right now. You're the one in three and if they lose at best every game they're really supposed to. They're going to be They're going to get two seven losses so the question is if they really can right the ship. Could they pull off upsets. Maybe but you know you'd have to really write that ship and then the question would be with those other games. What kind of damage control can you do in terms of what you sense. It's every day Ben Listen. You're there. Were not you talk to fans you hear from fans. You read their responses you hear from them through various mediums and platforms. How would you describe Game Cock Fan Base Right now. I think the majority of them are incredibly not sold. I think that's kind of where this is. This was a team that last year came in with a lot of hype and didn't match it and this was year team that this year came in with sort of the the sense that it was going to be more solid maybe the record wouldn't show it because the schedule was so hard but he was gonna look like a better team and between the way they came out against UNC and sort of the ups and downs that we've seen since it seems like they've kind of lost a lot of people now could a big year. Hold them back sure probably because that's sort of how this works you need a big year and even next year the schedule it doesn't look particularly forgiving because there's no UNC which wasn't supposed to be a big game anyway and and they just trade out Alabama in Columbia for a trip to Lsu so life doesn't get that much easier so if you had to look into a crystal ball which I'm sure you have plenty of it the offices of the state. Where do you see this ending up. I see them winning four to five games depending on how Saturday goes and I still have no great read on Saturday because every time these Kentucky Games happened. I think one is is going to happen and we ended up in a very confusing soon. After I kinda think that buyout just sorta hold and there's a very uncomfortable off-season and then you go into next year and you kind of see how things fall that's what I think right now I could imagine a world in which it spins differently but right now just because of sort of having a former coaches. AD having a guy who lose pretty deliberately having a new school President I think that maybe you just kind of end up in a holding pattern unless things go completely south now if they lose tap state and ended up with three wins that might change things been how bad would it be if three or four wins occurred and and you see the cross state rivals win another the national championship. Oh I think it's I think that's definitely a factor because that team is right there and that team that sort of swung long as quickly as it did with you know a very nontraditional head coach that was hired and then you know you come here and you've got the Wilma Shampoo experiment which has been certainly different because it was taking a guy who struggled at a bigger job and bring him down here. I think it would definitely I think that the Clemson thing is always as in the back of people's minds. Even if you know some folks will try to talk people down and we'll say it's just it's apples to oranges at this current juncture but people don't want to hear that and I think that's always on people's minds then Brian in absolutely fabulous report on the situation in in South Carolina Ben Comeback Soon. Thank you very very much. We'll do thanks for having me great stuff very very realistic report. No sugar coating no cheerleading relating just the truth

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Edmonton doesnt want to be Oil Town anymore

The Big Story

12:31 min | 1 year ago

Edmonton doesnt want to be Oil Town anymore

"If you saw the title of today's episode and you immediately thought all Edmonton and you don't actually live there, then we should have had a prize ready for you. But maybe it's not so surprising that this city has found a way to punch so far above its weight over the past few years. Most of the things needed for giant leaps and medical technology. We're already here, Edmonton has more postsecondary institutions than any other Canadian city, it has a burgeoning artificial intelligence sector and a lot of numbers to give those machines to work with, and it has a push from the city that really needs a new way to do business. Our guest today has bugged me a few times about what's been happening in his city and he hasn't been the only one and everybody that did had a story about something they're doing an Edmonton. Sounds like it's from the future. So we wanted to tell a few of those stories and try to wrap our heads around. Why Edmund how much is this? Push costing the city, what does it plan to get back? And is this part of a bigger strategy and a province that could really use a booming non oil industry to emerge over the next few years? I'm jordan. He's rawlings. And this is the big story. Steven Sandler is the editor of avenue Edmonton. Steve been one of the people that keeps telling me these crazy stories invetment. Yeah. It's, it's really been amazing, the kind of I guess it's almost like a perfect storm right now for the city in terms of putting together, a lot of different fields, a lot of different really fields of research together. In terms of creating this health city initiative to basically really promote the idea of a cross pollinating health innovation real hub, that's going to emerge Edmonton, so sort of like a Silicon Valley, if you will for health, health research, and health care where the researchers don't work in isolation. They work knowing what the others are doing to sort of really ramp up in speed up the way that, that medical research is conducted and done and to create a new business model. I mean Edmonton, obviously, any reader reader listener outside of Alberda, obviously thinks of Edmonton. And Calgary as cities still less. Oil comes first and natural resources. We're fully we're fully aware now Berta that we need to sa- firearm, our economy and diversify our the way we live, basically. And there has been this very large push Edmonton, a lot of it based on the fact that university of Alabama is one of the largest medical schools on the continent. It is one of the largest schools in the country, and it is a big research center, and using that as to underpin a real new way of looking at Edmonton, as a research hub as it's a city that's not overly big. So in the sense you don't get lost, and it's a city that has a history of being somewhat collaborative where people do talk to each other and get ideas and received a real mix not just of doctors and surgeons and all the various medical researchers. But the bringing in people from other. Fields as well to inform that research anything from industrial design to big data. Artificial intelligence at Edmonton, you of has been artificial intelligence and has had research and artificial intelligence. When we were still talking about if like the apple two es thing. So they've been Vic goes that goes back twenty thirty years will we're talking today. Because every couple of weeks for the last few months, you've kind of dropped in dropped into our little chat with, like, did you see this coming out of Edmonton, did, you know, about this technology and a number of them have been fascinating, and you've gone to look at them? So tell me you've written a few stories about this. But give me an example of the one that made the biggest impression on you. When you actually went to see what they're doing. They're a couple of I think the cover of this month's issue, which we have is something called a Kobe, Microsft fears. It's a company called IM biotechnologies out of had been Benton. It's not a secret that cancerous tumors can be dealt with if you cut off the blood supply. The, the red blood cells. They're like lot, like other organs. They feed on the blood cells. They need to survive. And if you cut off the blood supply, you can shrink it tumor or battle a tumor or possibly even kill a tumor. The thing is, is that while that practice has been known. It's never been officiant. It's been very invasive process. It's dangerous because also as dangerous for the Oregon and for the patient itself, it's a lot like a lot of other cancer treatments that the cure can actually kill the patient or hurt the patient. You know, maybe more than the benefit outweighs the benefits the holy grail. And this would be is if you could develop a system that was basically dissolved after a few weeks or maybe couple of months. And that's what they've done, and it's been approved by Health, Canada and the FDA. So instead of being this hugely invasive procedure. It's an injection and then you go home and these tiny balls go into your blood, vessels and create like a little damn that block off the blood supply the cancer, but then dissolve in time that it doesn't really hurt you long term. So the idea is, this is a big again, this is a big kind of holy grail moment to, to do this dissolve -able blood damning that can really treat cancer, and it's a big business. So we talk about, you know, the altruistic part of this, that this is wonderful. But sure, these vials are these files are going to go. I mean when I talk to they were talking about five hundred dollars of I'll, and these files are, are tidy medic. Vials. Right. So this is, again, talked with not just about the benefits of medical research, diversifying the economy and getting these businesses, not just to start here, but the plant root here in St. here that's always been the big challenge, for Canadian pharma in any way. It's not the development part. It's the stain part once that they've developed not move to the to the United States. Well, they can make more money. This is year. Absolutely not. And as well as there's a lot of other benefits in terms of how you pay staff and such like that. Let's, let's face it. But I think we're doing a better job of trying to retain, and this is the big part of that health city initiative. It's part of the part of the discussion is it's one thing to have the researchers all here in working here, but to create a Silicon Valley kind of environment. If you wanna use as analogy you need to keep them here, you need to keep people as they do in Silicon Valley in the bay area. And that comes down to a lot of things it comes down to, you know, law things that maybe don't even have a lot to do with the research. It's about the quality of life. In your city. How your city is perceived internationally. And that's where I think, actually, the biggest sort of work for Edmonton is gonna have to, to come is create a profile for the city. I mean obviously even Canada there's a lot. I mean, how many listeners here have actually been deadman ten? It's not like Toronto. Montreal vancouver. We're most of us have spent a lot of time there. It's still a kind of a mystery to a lot of people I get that. I understand that I think everyone understands that. And that's where I think that sell job has to come in. Will you mentioned earlier that, you know, to people who haven't spent time there don't know much about it. Like it is to me. I'm since I was small to meats and oil town. Right. And how do you how do you change that perception at a time when oil town is probably not the not the label? You want to attract talented people to your city. Well, I think that's part of it is trying to spread the gospel of things like health city is trying to show people that there are other other economic drivers in this city. And I think as well. Well, that it's a big research town. It always is a university town at is a government town. And therefore, has a lot of government supports and municipal supports right now is, is, it's a good time it might be ironically, and while the government here, the change over the provincial governments new just like on -tario right now, you know, we're seeing that there's already talks of some cutbacks in these areas like AI, and big data on -tario. Is that going to add further benefit to Edmonton in terms of wealth, money, isn't available in Toronto or an Ottawa? Is it gonna float Albert now, we don't know what the government is this new here? Jason Kenny, what he's going to do in that, that realm. I mean right now he's really working the carbon tax. And I think that's his that's big his big white whale right now that he's chasing. So but we're going to see long-term how that affects things, but right now I think that puts his step up, but yeah, definitely. It's a lot of things. I mean I mean, the city they talked about other things like what is the quality of life? I mean. I mean, what is things like, honestly, the theater scene. What's the downtown dining scene like, and it's really, really improved Edmonton. In fact, you know now we have some Canada's best restaurants here, but it wasn't like that even five years ago. It's changing you know what kind of sports teams do you have to go out on a weekend evening? And are you. Okay with watching the orders lose again. Or is there other options? These are all part of keeping people in a city. It's, it's, it's almost as important as the research, and the scientific work being done is how to make sure these people are happy when they come home, and that there's a lot to do, and that they have a positive image of where they live. It's not a it's changing, but it's not let's say as showy a town, maybe other places, and I think that's a good thing. And it and as well, something that, that were were jesting too, and that's something when you deal with you deal with your worldwide reputation, we'll tell me how the different aspects of health city work together. To create something like this cancer treatment, or some of the other ones, we're going to talk about you mentioned that there's artificial intelligence play. There's big data play. There's, there's medical research. How do they work together in a way that, that they may be another places? I think one of the best examples is a is an institute institute for reconstructive medicine. That's based out of a hospital in the West End of the city, they build people's faces. Let's say you have a, you know, we don't wish this on anyone and knock on wood, a terrible cancer or a terrible accident. The car accident and you have severe damaged onto your face or because of cancer because of cancer or some other sort of disease, doctors have to remove part of your face. Or, or, you know, I talked to a patient who had throat cancer, and they basically had to take out much of his throat and replace it with muscles from other parts of his body, Chris, thanks. Jesus looked like percents. Right. You know, you'd know if someone had let's say. Say a glass eye or a fake knows percents ear and a few years ago, the whole thinking was wire doctors doing the measuring part because that's not their expertise. Their expertise is going after the cancer. So the idea with IRS with they're doing there. They brought together industrial designers computer designers to work on building the implants and is Ben, Ben king, who is one of the designers there. It said to me, very, he said we said the dog who said to the medical profession. Why don't you use the carpenters adage measure twice cut once and so using a lot of technology now with these facial surgeries? Not only are they building percents that are custom made to people's faces because they're measuring and saying it's not one-size-fits-all because it used to be like that you had, it was like getting a t shirt, like, oh, if you're this age, you get a small medium, or large percentage. Now it's custom built to your face. Or if you need to get new teeth or. You need to get new parts to your face. They can look at it and I mean some of the stuff they're doing. It's incredible. I mean I described it walking in. It was you walk into it looks like a Star Trek sick bay mixed with a costume parlour because there really are like masks, that are all that, that are that they're working on and molds, and as well. There's this top end machinery to scam people's heads and scan people's faces. And, you know they're talking about developing dies that, that change with the sun.

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The political cost of Pakistan's IMF loan

FT News

06:53 min | 1 year ago

The political cost of Pakistan's IMF loan

"Pakistan, says it has reached an agreement with the IMF on a six billion dollar loan justna sing discusses, what forced Imran Khan to seek help despite promising not to do so. And while the political cost is likely to be for his government for Stephanie, Finley and four hundred. Kareem Rasheed, Dr shave the TV new safe gooky held is. Assan IMF beyond Johnny was Stephanie. What are the terms and conditions of the six billion dollars package? That Pakistan is due to get from the International Monetary Fund. Do we know the details, yet, we don't know exactly, the agreement is still to be finalized, we expect that to happen in a couple of months, but we expect it will address Pakistan's gaping, current account deficit removed costly, energy subsidies and allow the rupee to float more freely is already fallen over twenty percent in the last year. But there are estimates that it may devalue another twenty percent and people are calling this one of the toughest IMF programs that Pakistan has seen because these reforms are expected to be introduced swiftly which will make it very hard for the average Pakistani who will have to cope with a rise in energy costs and a much weaker rupee Baucus on had already secured nine point two billion dollars in bilateral loans from countries such as Saudi Arabia UAE, an. China. Why did it have to go to the IMF, Pakistan thought that they could weather the storm when I was in his Lama Baden March? The government had said guests, they were in talks with the I m f but previously, they thought that they could get bilateral funding and sort of sort, the situation out by acting their own reforms, it became clear that, that wasn't enough. It wasn't enough money to address their obligations and Pakistan also needed the vote of confidence from the IMF that could unlock other funding and attract investors foot on Imran Khan had once declared he would rather die than beg to IMF waters. His government been telling the people of Pakistan now about the latest deal before the elections about a year ago, Imran Khan ran his political campaign promising to never go to the IMF for another loan. Now, this is something which has opponents are using against him because he's. Endeared words taken a u-turn completely gone back on his promise. So it's not an easy situation politically for the prime minister to handle, because it's a matter of record. There are video clips where he stood surrounded by thousands of people in political rallies, and promised, never to go to the I'm and today. He's doing exactly that because it's a very difficult economic situation in which he has no other options in the first eight months, nine months of his government. He tried to avoid going to the IMF tried to get loans from friendly countries such as Saudi Arabia, the UAE and China, but that has not been sufficient to restore what looks like very weak economic confidence. But halves the weakest in Pakistan's entire history. Ben. Ben just cook on the thought per up ninja member countries. Jauregui economic difficulty Maho on KOMO cut or up Cooper type John seldom see Pakistan economic situation. You high here. Did he facto finance minister, who's an advisor to the prime minister of the shake said, on record that Pakistan's economic situation of today has been fueled by policy failures under the previous government of former prime minister nervous Sharieff, so he talks about how Pakistan's exports crashed how Pakistan's previous government recklessly took foreign loans, and how they spent far beyond the topology of the Pakistanis feet to service. These loans to pay back these loans and future. Kluber bought a billion dollar Saul Kiara eighty to get so inches. Oh, good dictator, who? How might passed SE capacity eighty gam- buzzer? The hood cheesemakers take basically that was unavoidable. I'm John up. He has a point but I'm afraid such points. Don't really make a difference when it comes to public sentiment, and that is where the opposition is now going to try to fight it battle, what has the reaction been like in Pakistan has there been any reaction? Yet, the opposition has now confirmed that they're looking to St. agitation in the next few weeks, or a couple of months, the central point, the core point in the agitation campaign would be inflation across the country, as a consequence of Imran, Khan's agreement for the IMF, the only one point on which the government may have an advantage is that in the middle of Pakistan's scorching sun. But how many people would be discouraged from coming out on the streets? But we have to see we have to see how trends unfold in the coming months. Stephanie, how closely is the international community watching the situation in Pakistan? What are their main concerns if any the international community wants to see Pakistan, get serious about its economic reforms? It's not good for the region, if they are unstable and they really are putting on pressure for them to tackle terrorists operating on their soil in February. There was a terrorist attack in India, which put renewed pressure on Pakistan to tackle extremist groups, within its borders, which are threat, not only to region, but to Pakistan itself, Pakistan has a country of one hundred million people in a fast growing region, but Pakistan, has for so long squandered its potential. So the hope is now that this package could finally get. It back on the right track. This is now we can say the thirteenth package since the eighties. The IMF says it's the twenty first package since Pakistan joined the IMF, we've seen this before and Pakistan hasn't had a good history of concluding these programs or sticking to the reforms that it needs to people are hoping that this case will be different. People are cautiously optimistic watching and waiting to see if the government has the strength to carry out the reforms.

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"ben ben" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"ben ben" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Like, I said, he's the elder statesman. This is when Kevin COPA gentleman's or utter these words, no guys what you're doing is. Or is not good enough to do this. He's got fifty two guys under him played. Honestly, I think once you win it you got fifty three guys who who can say what it took right now. He's the only one I have no problem with him. He can call me out. That's fun. It goes on. Then Ben, Ben, Ben, Ben Ben Ben March twenty four owners, meaning Kevin Colbert on the criticism. Ben receive manteaux Brown Benz, very comfortable with what he's done what it can still do. I don't think it will affect him. Because. Each and every year he's out trying to prove who he is very comfortable. Knowing Ben is our quarterback. He's our leader March twenty six Mike common. I have no problem with his bends play. Or is leadership. I've heard some scuttlebutt I've no reaction to former Steelers things of that nature. Mark twenty seven art Rooney owner, I think Ben's record speak for Ben bed. But they might as well have dealer bucks. That are printed on the Steelers have been robbed burger space underneath it. It says Ben we trust gone all in on Ben Rothlisberger. I never seen anything kind. Now. This is Steeler, gentlemen. Jer. Kevin Koper on pro football talk discussing Big Ben teacher. I know he doesn't have an expiration date still very competitive still wants to do this high level, and he doesn't want to do it. He doesn't need money. They've gone all in on Ben Roth. And you know, what to get the rest of what Doug said podcast searching. Doug Conley show. And is always you can hear the show weekdays at three eastern new Pacific right here on Fox Sports radio. What does this guy worked the overnight over the top in your face?.

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"ben ben" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"ben ben" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Ben Ben's just a provocateur who dabbles in history they are bringing the real professors. So I said, okay, I bet that these professors are total joke. I just it was unsure I had call it a good bit. I got pretty good betting instincts. So Google them. Guess what turns out I was right for at least half of them. Angela Dillard, she's a dean already makes me suspect of her. She has a BA in Justice, morality, constitutional democracy. So fake degree fake undergraduate degree. She has a master's degree. In American culture, so fake master's degree and a PHD in also American culture. So she has three or four degrees in nothing. In fake, everything that is that is nothing. I do I have a degree in American culture. I go to the movies once a week is that is that a degree? And Berg, that's the other super historian here. First of all not a professor, she's a lecturer here. She is from Michigan. I guess when they got a PHD Michigan. She studies film and public leisure in Nazi Germany as well as the politics. This was a direct quote the politics of waste and recycling in the Third Reich. If if I were going to if I were writing the producers or something for writing a total parody of academia what I would do. I would have the professor specialize in the politics of waste and recycling in the Third Reich. How frivolous? A couple a couple of the other professors are apparently more legitimate. But at least half, the panel total frauds. Ben Shapiro is much more of an historian than those people. But this is what they do. It's the PHD they call themselves. Professor, even though they're not really professors they with their they have an academic pedigree. He it's a facade. It's fake. We have fake news. Now, we have fake scholarship fake, academia. And they have to have a counter event at a university university a real university. Typically, you would go and hear somebody speak. Someone wants to give a lecture. You agree. You disagree? You don't know. If you agree you go and hear them speak. And then maybe later, you give a response, which would would a university brings everybody together, then you share ideas, and then you come up with other ideas. But here in American universities today instead of going to the event you try to get the event shutdown. You try to get the person censored you try to get kicked off campus. And then when that doesn't work you go to the deputy dean of inclusion or whatever. And then you you, I don't you hold a counter protests event. And then you and you just go to your separate events. And that's it. No, one talks to anybody. It's not university. And if they're not going to behave like universities, don't treat them as such if you're an employer give credit to it. If you're the federal government stopped funding it and if your parents and children. Have the courage.

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Democrats split on Pelosi's dismissal of impeachment

WBZ Afternoon News

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Democrats split on Pelosi's dismissal of impeachment

"Five house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff saying speaker Nancy Pelosi is absolutely right. His words to old back on impeachment proceedings against President Trump. He feels Democrats should not pursue impeachment. Unless there's overwhelming and bipartisan support for doing. So ABC's Monaco star Abby is with us. She's on Capitol Hill and Mona so is the impeachment movement on. Capitol Hill by Democrats fading. Now is that what's happening? Well, Nancy Pelosi. I think for the first time I've taken a firm stance on impeachment. She came out and said that she's not four impeachment and the president is just not worth it. This is causing division in the party, especially with some of the newer members who were very adamant that they want impeachment proceedings who's the head of the intelligence committee also came out in support of her. So did Jerry Nadler he mentioned something similar where he said that a good portion of Trump's base and Republicans need to be convinced that this isn't about Democrats trying to reverse the two thousand sixteen election. There needs to be enough either overwhelming evidence or damaging evidence that comes out perhaps through the Muller probes. I don't think impeachment is off the table. I think they're just saying to hold off because the house has opened a number of investigations into the president and Muller report is still unfinished. And so I think they're trying to wait until those reports come out and to see what evidence. This is presented before they talk about impeachment and also with presidential elections. Well, coming up a lot of candidates out there. Do they want to maybe take away? This impeachment is an issue and try to concentrate on other issues instead during the campaign now a lot of the Democrats that helped Democrats gain a majority in the house were more, moderate Democrats. And so I think they were trying to appeal to people who are not too far left or far. Right. But maybe more in the middle and trying to say that, you know, Democrats are not Ben Ben on getting the president out of office or more focused on the issues that matter to their

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"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ben and poke calls us online one Ben how're you. Can you hear me? Yeah. I can't ban. What's up? Okay. I'm a Ford FBI investigation. Four secret service investigation. Okay. Well, they're doing FBI investigation. That's what that's what the president order. Services. Do this investigation. I don't trust the FBI wrong. You're thinking about the same as Peter Struck work for right wing. Ben, Ben the president the president signed off on the FBI doing the investigation. So he clearly he clearly has faith in them. Well. That may be one of the few things. I disagree with him with more comfortable with the treasury department looking into this. Right. But that's not how this works. Okay. But again. They already investigation into its backgrounds. So what do you think they're going? Well, now, they know what to look for. That's the difference. They didn't know about this before they don't just when when they do these investigations, they don't just, you know, find things that they don't know about. And we'll get into the details of how some of these background investigations work Felix has been through them so war. Explain I'll bet you fifty dollars. Yup. Another complaint comes out middle next week. Maybe but that's why that's why they need to limit it in scope. That's why there's a limited scope. That'd be yelling to continue with. They can yell all day and all night, but that's not necessarily going to be the deal. Well, you see what I'm saying? About they're not there for everything. I understand that. I get that. But Ben and Ben thank you for the call. I appreciate it. Eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two. Ben Ben brings me to my next point. Because this is really what I've been seeing and hearing on on Facebook, and Twitter and social media all day. The focus is on the Democrats. And I understand that. This is not about the Democrats. You've got to understand this. And if you've been listening to this show, you should understand it by now. This is about Tallinn's and Murkowski. If they were there if they were ready to vote. Yes. Jeff flake doesn't do what he did today. Okay. They're not there. They weren't there before the hearing. And they're not there after the hearing. And I told you that was what was going to happen. How many times did I say on the show that timeline? Republicans are putting out with vote over the weekend. It's not going to happen. The votes are there. I said it over and over and over and over again. That's what's going on here. So Democrats can shout from the top of rooftops. This is about Collins and Murkowski. Because if you don't get them on board. Kavanagh's nominations going down. It's over. At also if if things play out a certain way, if the FBI investigation goes on for a week. And at the end of it this really nothing there. Nothing's changed. Then you might be able to get Joe Manchin who wants to vote. Yes. But democrat and Heidi Heitkamp who likely wants to vote. Yes. You might be able to get them on board right now, they're not jumping on board. So this what's happening here is an effort to get some people who are on the fence who aren't comfortable voting. Yes right now. It's an effort to get them on board. So. Cory Booker, Kamala, Harris Dianne Feinstein. Chuck schumer. They don't matter. They're not important. We're talking about. Really three names maybe Jeff flake unless some bombshell is discovered during the FBI investigation. We're talking about Collins Murkowski mansion. And maybe Idei camp. And look at the end of this at the end of this week, if you can get Collins and Murkowski onboard, then you've got your nominee through and then maybe you get mansion in high camp, and it's not just a party line vote. That's what's happening. If they had the votes, they would have proceeded. And they'd be voting don't through some of the procedural things this weekend,.

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"ben ben" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"These scooters in the streets are making crazy jail. The model is lease. Again. He's like, well, if she if he thinks it's going to work out with John block t. point of fine, but I'm not gonna let anybody collapse my confidence. They sell them lady and the tramping zero. Gets row from both ends and like, wow, that's a lot harder than just pieces. Forgetting like a true is like thick said, like, that's a lot to like eat really. Fasten than have holding that in your mouth, like a chipmunk and kissy like, wow, they were making base. They were like a mixing bowl. It was like a huge thing of dough in their mouth between them, and then they were doing it right in front of the Chiro cooks. And the ladies just looking at them like you people are fucking pathetic. I can't believe. Museum like tight on her face, and she so disgusted watching them. And I'm just like, where's El Chapo when you need them? Like I can't believe they like watch this like God, I hate Americans kidding. It's like Jesus. We could use it beheading right about now. All right guys. So the models like he'd better keep his little French getting his pocket tonight, but I don't know that it's going to happen because they come home and they're like, totally in love. You know, and Jordan has written sorry in the sand with the stick. You know, totally normal people do. So they return and Ben Ben Ben as like. Before we go down, I want to make sure we both understand we have this chemistry in my rights in my right and she's like, oh my God, chemistry. This was honestly intense. So they go back in and everyone's asleep except for Jordan who sitting up at the pool, waiting for them. It was like huffing and puffing. Like drawn like halfway through the beach like his like like writing out, like, I'm sorry, and he's acting like he like spelled it out in like diamonds that he likes in blood diamonds that he like mind himself, and I'm like, this isn't a big thing. You have nothing else to do. You don't have TV. You don't have your phone, everyone's asleep. You can't tan. Like, what else are you going to do? You have a stick. He could have honestly written way more than just sorry. Congratulations. Nice work. So she's all awkward and he's like, can I talk to you for a second to second? I wanna talk to you for a second. Since she goes down and he gives, you know. He's giving his best shot. But I mean, he kinda fucked up big already and you shouldn't bag. Just please don't bag. I hate when people. That dog you killed. Yeah, just don't bag. And he's like, you know, I do respect you. I'm sorry, you know. I never say, I'm sorry. And I did, though I wrote it down. She has, oh, does that say? I'm too didn't even see that part like, wow, two words. And I'm like, did he put the apostrophe? He didn't write IM. Sorry, he like the a and this obviously just over it right because she was probably going to come back and break up him. And so she's like that..

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"ben ben" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"I think you go through waves of of morning ensuing media leaders shock you know some people have to sit down and take news like that and and then at some point you start to deal with it at some point you don't wanna hear from anybody you cry your eyeballs out and and then you think you just getting better and then all of a sudden you know there's just these different stages and it's it's it's it's never gonna go away you know but nile anger bargaining depression acceptance for death wow denial denied that though this can't be happening georgia so that's immediate because at some point you that you know that this has happened yeah i wanted to pass on a couple of messages that i got i don't know showtimes twitter offhand but i know he's got one but drew jitsu at hip hop since seventy he says y'all got showtimes twitter just heard him on the show i want to send my condolences i actually held onto a few these messages i just wanted to pass them onto him so he sent me that on may sixteenth i looked for showtime's twitter row fast i couldn't find it in i think this was me as i was sitting in the parking lot before i came in and then ben webster said hey showtime i just heard about you losing your kid i'm sorry for your loss you're in my thoughts and prayers buddy so i wanted to pass that on i think ben webster is new york ben ben ben from new york yeah i'm glad you hung onto that george i saw that too shot up the drew by the way he's he's a he's a he's always giving a shout on twitter and may junkie radio thanks to but i i couldn't find anything either so i thought i let let you guys weigh in and yeah and if you don't keep up on this stuff that you can get lost in the shuffle some good ups on you george for for for.

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"ben ben" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Claimed off them i actually caught a glimpse of of his face as he as wrote a long and the star he got big cheers and i just saw a sort of glimpse are behind the mask as it were because i could see that he was uncomfortable with our relation when he clearly not not himself nonfarm and it was quite sad i felt a little bit sorry from in that moment and the next thing i heard he'd pulled out the jiro lot pressured him a lot of speculation on him today and but we were talking about sorry couple couple of writers abound in today didn't they rich well vashem curing ben o'connor begnaud connor who we've spoken to on a couple of occasions very promising young australian klima he was riding pretty high she did go because i was going to parts of evil and we being completely slate light but anyway well he was by myself benicon was riding pretty high on german classification wasn't enriched so much so dont i supported the dimension data chief greider the star today and i thought gonna have a word with him about ben ben faced grand tourists you know he's done incredibly well android in catalonia and will in some races and we new he's got great potential and thinking it'll be amazing to have him support louis monkeys in in the mountains knowing that he can go deep not knowing how long he would survive in a grant the first week to ten days before you'll be exceptional lucky has been and then you know.

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"ben ben" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah there were there were a couple of things man say what you want don't say what you want because you are live again on the radio okay well i mean that would be matched because my friends wanted to set aside at this engagement party but in all honesty she was just she was just she just too dramatic from me old a dramatic person i understand that what do you mean though okay well this is this is kind of weird i mean we went we went to dinner she cut her finger on the water glass and i it can happen but she just made a massive massive dramatic performance about this thing it was just really embarrassing you know she was a manning that they comps the meal and i just i just felt bad for the waiter you know honesty he was just trying to do his job i mean i'm currently a survey at another restaurant and i don't maybe i'm overly sensitive towards that thing but it was it was out of a movie it was crazy you embarrassed yeah it was embarrassing and it was just honestly it was just i don't know was just over the top a turnoff a massive one pretend that didn't happen pretend that didn't happen you were you liking brandy before that yeah i was i mean okay that's kinda just overpowered everything now it's just a red flag man this happens well don typed up in the notes that you're busy so we won't waste any more of your time so brand we should tell you ben that brandies on the other line because obviously brandy got a hold of us that's how we knew about you so brandy say hi to ben ben say hi to brandy hi ben good morning brandy what would.

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"ben ben" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Yeah allies skin classic you a question yes why won't you date may okay imagine your man or your track to women won't you date me okay i'm i'm put myself in the zone or would you it's okay if you won't very few people have said that they would i will say this i would for sure contact you of that that profile yes i don't know if there would be magic between us i can't put myself in like because again as i said the moves the smells the sounds do i smell no but it's like wealthy now yes but i feel like like honestly i feel like this is a question i'm going to i should have known i would be answering but also we'll be thinking about like for weeks like okay what i what i date nickel i think if you're thinking this long and hard about it you wouldn't okay here's what i can say for sure i would definitely contact you off of that i would be in a relationship with you that sounds like that would be fun that'd be one and comforting which is what relationship should be boy i don't understand the inbetween part that's that's my big problem that's funny that you don't wanna go on dates with me to get to know me wanna be in a relationship i feel about ben ben is great well yeah getting to know someone is the it's not fun the worst part and then you remember things.

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"ben ben" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Different it's not center what's going on i mean it's really weird so right that looks to me we can never get these fucking things locked off right now i know but i'm saying we have the next week it'll be like i know we need to get these cameras mounted on the walls that's blue man that's your next project dude we talked about it we we've discussed it i think this might be my favorite intro clip of all time because you're gonna love it incorporates some of my favorite elements there's the intelligence of the ted ex talk the seriousness with which she's talking about it and then shitting in public brought this up so all my guy listening to episode four thirty seven talked about india remembered a youtube whole i fell into last week there's a talk about the awareness of shitting and public to watch in two it enjoyed the palm cast constantly laugh out loud and get strange looks at home from the wife ben ben yeah because we were talking about public defecation that's really big problem in india ever talk about that that is well no not about when he came to the states he didn't know that you could sit down on western toilets on them right yeah so he would be squatting and his roommate walked in on him once and it was like what are you doing bro and he didn't know that you could just sit directly down but now he wasn't he didn't shouldn't public or anything but i remember we remember we were talking about public shooting.

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"ben ben" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ben ben" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Is there i that being said so anything that's not political asian sailor i or do often oh so ben ben has been aura any doubt like charisma that when you're sitting next year he just has people like you just draws people it so i knew i had to be rid of band no matter what i have to give it of that but just like i knew i would i like the guy in i didn't like it felt bad like anyone challenging get the ioc like also me he i should have done it he absolutely should have thrown the child in a gotten rid especially read a ban but very quickly did we realized like between us realise now like kohl geskin i we were put on the tribe with the two most dangerous people in the entire game this warren is a huge threat ben is a huge threat both of them were really good at playing the game and we immediately like recognized but it wasn't like i was like was at the swing vote where did i become the leader of the tribe idle no and i want to date heated as like sort of this under the radar so because what happens is jessica i find that idol and jessica because coal tells bidding lauren some secrets i just hit aside she can't trust coal jessica an ice store essentially running everything which really means that geskin i running everything and i have data like i think it's a product of my game wenbin said that he took out jessica because he felt like she was running the entire game if you don't think that i was telling jessica anything and everything that she was do we had who she needs to talk to what she needed to do i i absolutely once you know but i can't help it if she's gonna winkett dc he right i can't help it if she's not going to give the might face story to the right person like.

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