19 Burst results for "Ben Yeah"
"ben yeah" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Then you don't Ben Yeah. You can't count on any future championships mariners today I don't know that's. Probably about your cardboard cut it. Yeah. Spirit into it. Yeah I'm trying to imbue it with the the essence of which is very sassy. Williams says I. Really enjoyed listening to episode fourteen eighty seven. Were you recounted some guys and would like to suggest a random effectively weld player of the podcast episode segment. It was really interesting to hear Ben and Sam Recount. Paulk Mirko rate, after Carlos Pena and after I, reflected on each of their careers I was gobsmacked by the statistical comparison of the longtime fan, favorite veterans, stalwart versus the guy who kind of had the failed top prospect label, and just became a generally professional hitter to wit. Wit and then he shares some of their stats, which in some cases look very similar so career, opium plus painel, one seventeen Conoco one eighteen krier baseball reference were twenty five point one for pain, twenty seven point seven for Conoco and other stats playing time stats very far apart so pain yet games fourteen, ninety, three Conoco twenty to sixty eight at bats, forty, nine, forty, nine for eighty, three, ninety, three, for Conoco so the question continues I know it is becoming gross to find players by their. Their contracts but Conoco nearly one hundred thirty million dollars, his career, while opinion did not break fifty million dollars for similar production over nearly five fewer full seasons most interestingly, perhaps painel was worth a whopping negative. One Fan graphs were over his final two seasons in the big leagues while Conoco total negative four point, one fan crafts war with five different seasons coming in the negative granted, two of those were, as he was getting his feet in the bigs in two of them at the end, but. But even still it just had me wondering if you could choose the career. PALCA narcos spread over that number of games versus the career of Carlos Pena, presuming it as all with your team. Do you take Pena with pain? Painter? Be Remembered more fondly if he did play his whole career with one team. Would people remember that he was worth more baseball reference were in fan. Grass were game. He played then Conoco, oh? Gosh, I think you WANNA. Avoid wherever possible the fail top prospect label. I think that that while very unfair, because we heap these expectations on on young players and we don't. We don't do a good of like updating our snapshot of those expectations over time. I think that there are very few things that baseball fans dislike more than failed top prospects like the the the sense that something that like promise was stolen from them, which is so bizarre because I'm sure that like Carlos Spaniel, witches was different to rain like no one cares about more than he does. But I think that there's something about that. You know like talked again. We're just GONNA. Do Marriage stuff I guess like talked. About Dustin. And, he had a worse career. So that's kind of a mean comp to Carless, but I don't know I I think you WanNa. Avoid being quote. Unquote fail top prospect. I'd rather be overrated than underrated tests rate. Conoco is beloved. He's like a local institution local icon. Some people even think of him as like a hall of fame caliber player I don't quite but I. Think a lot of people perceive him that way, and he's really well liked and loved, and I think that is partly because of his skills as a player, and partly just because he was such a institution, and I think if you're. You're with one team. Your whole career of obviously safe that helps and I think part of it is probably just the skills. The way that certain skills are valued so like Conoco was pretty far inferior fielder and base runner, and so that's a lot of why may be. Wars are closer than one would think, and maybe also the offensive environment to and Conoco was you know doing a lot of his offense of damage during a really high offense era, and that could be part of it, too, so I think it's maybe just that goes back to baseball card. Stats are more impressive than Pena's and that. Broke through as late as he did, and he had some great experiences to, and you know he kind of came out of nowhere, and it must be fun to come out of nowhere especially, when you have been labeled something of a bust to then finally breakthrough and justify that hype and show that no, you really are great. That must be nice in a way, too, and if you really had to struggle and you became a. A journeyman almost and then finally you made could that that must be fulfilling in a way also, but I mean I'd rather make more money all else being equal together play longer right so i. don't know what the pain yet type career really has going for it over the Kinetico type career other than the fact, that opinion was better on a per game basis, so yeah, we should may be recognized. That painting was better than. than he softened given credit for it, but in terms of the actual experience for the player I would definitely opt for the show. And when you're you move around like that. There's no one to really when you do. Have that weird season where you sort of live up to what people were expecting. There's not really there's no wonder really claim you in a way that you would want like I would imagine that of all the. The Fan bases that Curtis opinion play for race fans are probably the kindest to him because he had his could years of them, but it gets not. He's probably not their guy, right. They don't list him I do wonder this is a thought that I don't know if it's a good one or not. Using that non baseball fans have a better impression of Carlos up because of how he's characterized in the movie version of money. Yeah I don't know like. I feel like he's respected and liked as a person. And I think he was seen as a leader on those raise teams finally got good, and won a pennant, and he was like a great clubhouse guy in all of that, so yeah, but I guess if you're someone who's only read or watched moneyball..
"ben yeah" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Long. Take the stairs. Rebecca Front End Lifts. No good question. I scared of lists. Yeah scared of. What's that Khushi might? As in the mother she won't you again. Get the made that her character in a think of it wouldn't get lift as well really phobia. Claustrophobia Ostra Phobias. Agra Phobia Francophobia anglophobia phobia scared of English. People know that can be no one nobody. I watched your Netflix. Fifteen Minute Netflix. Special of the comedy lineup. Yes thanks Oh thank you. Yeah thank you for that. Exciting getting a netflix special. Yeah that was. That was really. That was really cool because also it was. It's just the pain of failing a little bit. Like Oh God that was version of the like. Oh meet me as well from over here but again everyone on the lineup is people at Gateway and it was like a lovely little fifteen felt manageable felt sort of mildly humble but and bishops. All the same you know because it's sort of like yes gets a call. You can make your own comedy club out of that series and watch through three or four of them and that's a comedy night. That's a comedy night and more manageable than so in America like in standup. You'd go to a Geek and here you'd never really see anyone five minutes people like. Oh God maybe they have to vomit. I don't know why so saw standard set will be ten to fifteen minutes twenty thirty depending on where in the lodge I suppose but in America everything's five minutes spots and I find that really like to know if you've noticed guys but I'm a little bit chassis. So sometimes I'm like God. I'm Ashley was up five minutes already. So it's time to leave so fifteen. Felt a bit more like a nicer stretch of time to chat for. Yeah could it lead to it now? A special yeah like I think when You just I just like it to be good and I feel like at the moment. I'm trying to think for myself. I could do one of your Edinburgh shows or something that could yeah I could I just want to. I'd want to Polish it open to it right here. I think if I felt like a whole right there like I'd WanNa make it go and if you do too many things something will give. Yeah so something won't be as good as he can make it because all over the world right presumably the show so when you go somewhere do you have like a group of unexpected fans in the sometimes randomly but those things. It's funny the things that might take off the things that don't like that. I really thought. Oh my God I better enjoy my final moments walking around no difference really not many people. I don't think so so. Yeah it's the pins are take off at the things that don't like I didn't expect when is doing living with yourself that that would be so. I suppose because I put so much energy into my show and it's done really well and it's don't well critically and a lot of people have seen it but it hasn't been like dairy girls millions of people watching it and you know it's been a slogged push it and promoted because it doesn't just take off like that and loads of comedy sort of aren't as watched to think. They are living with yourself. That the netflix special. While I was like Oh my God it's GonNa but it doesn't really work like that whereas living with yourself as the first thing I ever felt like something shifted like suddenly got recognized. The next Monday wrote sort of thing which was an odd feeling interesting. Taskmaster that's interesting but ask a different question CA. Yes yes you didn't win a single show. Even Dave deal one one of his shows. The worst contestant has been on the bit pitcher on an impostor people are a lot of people like Dasa and I swear to God so we filmed that in like isolation like Corona virus experiment. And actually that will still do well after corona virus because everyone else to be on the road and doing it and some of the people who still win from sorry said some bad soup for lunch. So I'm a bit coffee am put I am yet. You all film your tasks like months before you watch it back in the studio I swear to God I taught and you never know that day how you did. So they'll be like Alex and then you don't know how you did. I swear to God I was like I am a genius. Just blood I swear to God. There's one where a not sure. There's like the C. Soul and you had to tank water. Make the C. So even and I taught Alex can drive as Carin and I'll get a cord. I realize like Oh my God I would. There was a reason I lost so much. Macgyver tie the rope to the car. And it's a great idea if you think about us and make sure it's even and then. I'll tie fast the car and I just thought. Gosh you're you're brilliant. And then I went in and I was like I could feel a sense of respect within the crew for me. This early has got it. I'm Ben Yeah. They watch back into the rope. Fell off in his like that. Didn't work at all loads of moments like that. I could not believe that I wasn't a genius for was like watching it. I know really. Yeah it was a real shock though I met you. Yeah it's the tough very you can only imagine. Listen Richard and you have this.
2020 NFL Draft: Anthony McFarland Jr. Selected in 4th Round by the Pittsburgh Steelers
"Pittsburgh Steelers at one twenty four take running back Anthony McFarland junior out of Maryland and it's like a healthy he's a good player Pittsburgh Steelers continue to put pieces around Ben Roethlisberger here got a receiver earlier on in the draft out the grab that name for you real quick Mike but another running back here and Eric you bring the tight end in in free agency so put some pieces together around Big Ben yeah and Anthony is a really good running back the only problem is man he's had a lot of down time with injuries he's little short squatty guy he's got good speed out to the edge he was really hard I think that's a part of it man he you know he averaged almost six point seven yards a carry at Maryland noon service that's impressive when you average in almost seven yards a pop running the football one problem is he has had a lot of injuries there and the guy hit would get picked ahead of him Reggie Robinson the second from Tulsa his dad Reggie Robinson play the Grambling then so he's got some Louisiana ties is a Texas kid who's really done well as a long lean corner six foot to her five pound guy from Tulsa but I like that pick up McFarland going to the Steelers he fits what they do nothing fancy about what he does man he's mostly a north south runner but he's got that ability to get away from you out nope and feels well that's a good fit for that offense in the in the power schemes that they run their you know it's a downhill offense always has been always will be
Bernie drops out, COVID-19 rages on
"In honor of Bernie dropping out of the race we thought we would play a short clip about What he has to say about Medicare for all as he exits during he gave like a little concession speech from home in Vermont even before this horrific pandemic we are now experiencing more own more. Americans understood that we must move to a Medicare for all single payer program. During the primary elections exit polls showed in state after state a strong majority of Democratic primary voters supported a Siegel government health insurance program to replace private insurance. That was true even in states. Where out campaign did not prevail in every single state all Democratic voters overwhelmingly support Medicare for all. But it's actually not news if you've been following polling for a while because in fact a majority of Americans for quite a long time. Now at least a decade have supported Medicare for all even before Bernie ran for president. And I think really what's happening is that Bernie Gave political legitimacy to Medicare for all he actually made it so that we could demand it from We can demand what we wanted. What we've always supported Medicare for all From our elected officials and I think that is really. Actually it's not that Bernie Sanders brought Medicare for all of the masses and created this huge Bump and support for Medicare for all but that he just gave people permission to ask for it. Yeah I think I mean there were some polls from a few years back where there was even way more support for Medicare for all and I think partly. That's because they've changed how they were these polls now pretty much universally all the polling firms. Now use more biased. They don't actually use the phrase Medicare for say no it pulls well but yeah I think before Bernie ran the first time in two thousand sixteen. There was just a massive gap between the Democratic Base and Democrats in Congress and running for for President and I think his biggest accomplishment is to have started to close that gap that we now have a majority a bare majority support in in Congress in the house. He got more than a dozen senators on board for the first time So to me that was like the real accomplishment was starting to close the democracy gap within the Democratic Party which is no minor thing. Actually I was so sad when I saw that text this morning saying like Bernie. Sanders has a special announcement to make. I was like ooh. Maybe he's going to quit his campaign to start an actual revolution but no it's it's demoralizing I think I mean he. He had no pathway anyway to to becoming the nominee. I don't think at this stage but it's demoralizing to see kind of No champion left on the stage for kind of the basic rights. That especially at this moment during the current crisis have become so obvious glaring. And I have this moment every four years it turns out so although as you were saying. I don't think Bernie himself had a huge impact on polling numbers at least for Medicare for all one thing that has had a major impact is growing virus. It turns out we got our very first kind of post corona virus. Pull from the morning consults and they showed just a massive jump. Almost ten percent increase in national support for Medicare for all just month over month between February and March for Medicare for all so corona virus. Did what Bernie? Sanders has been trying to do these past. Yeah well corona verse for President Late Popular. Move Yeah I think this is really sort of a turning point in terms of the conversation about Medicare for all. I'm seeing pollsters or like you know. Well this bump endure through the virus which is just such a terrible heartache. I mean will people forget that. They lost their jobs and their health insurance during the apocalypse. Like I don't think that that's just a blip on the radar of the trajectory of their lives. And I think that you know we're we're living there truly is generational defining moment and we're watching. You know watching our healthcare system buckle under the pressure of this crisis is really gonNA stick with people. It's definitely gonNA stick with me. Yeah and unfortunately I mean what has really been exposed exposed. The the employer based healthcare system. Hasn't been colonel virus per se but the economic crisis caused by krona virus. An even I think once we start getting the public health crisis a little bit under control. We are still going to have this economic crisis to deal with and it's unclear how long that's GonNa last but it is going to translate into healthcare crisis of epic proportions. I think if we don't fix the healthcare system yeah and I think that this is really an opportunity for us to institute fixes in our safety net for example. Spain is right now. Instituting permanent universal basic income. I you know it was precipitated by the virus but this is something that their party has wanted to do for a long time and this has given an option or giving them an opportunity to finally get the ball rolling on. That program is because Andrea has moved to Spain. No very big man history. Take Their Ben. Yeah I think you know in terms of this. How how enduring is the impact on people's opinion towards Medicare for all? I think the biggest thing this crisis has done I think people are always GonNa have some anxieties and worries about Medicare for all especially since so many people in the United States have zero experience with other countries and other countries and the ones that do have universal healthcare so attack ads and scaremongering are going to continue to work but what the crisis is really done. I think is exposed. All of the alternatives is just stupid and totally inadequate. I mean flash back to some of these debates we had within the Democratic Party with Butch Itch and Amy Klobuchar. I mean think about the phrase you can you know you should be able to keep your workplace health insurance if you like it today right. I mean I dare them the truth. Dare Joe Biden Mountain saying the phrase hasn't spilled out of anyone's mouth and there's a good reason for it. I mean it was a lie to start with right. They're playing when you maintain this employer based healthcare. You can't keep your health insurance. If you want it you can only keep it if your boss wants to continue to give it to you and if the economy wants to allow you to have have the job in the first place so it was a lie then but I think it is totally exposed. How stupid linking health insurance to the workplaces and I was actually thinking the other day about. What is what is now. The Republicans healthcare plan during the krone of crisis. I have not heard the words. Repeal obamacare come out of any Republicans lips since this crisis started and. I don't think it's an accident anymore. Because it would be political suicide. I think with forty million potentially unemployed tens of millions of new people uninsured to now like pull out the skimpy remaining safe at last that has left to
"ben yeah" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"Daddy blocked. You'RE GONNA start. This segment. Posts are nice. Try this. This is so fierce speaking fucking poster child for being bucket blocked the post well locking which in turn has gotten. He blocked blocked on multiple occasions. I'm sorry Sophia I'll never block you. I'll never block you. The daddy has been writing in and they're also blocked and Mr like what the fuck do I do when I'm blogs and I need to fucking get a hold of this bitch. It is different for girls than it is for guy absolutely league. If you are a man listen to me you are never fucking blog. You may be physically blocked your personal accounts from seeing her ship but you're actually ever fucking Blah. You are never blocked. LemMe paint a scene for you. She has just watched fuck in seven ROM coms. She had a bottle title of wind yourself. She took a box of chocolates to her fuck in phase she's in her feel and she is going to get on her fake account and stock every single thing you're doing. Your friends are doing your family's doing your cousin. Twice removed is doing okay. Le Man if she's not her friends. Hello one hundred your percent. If I see one thing guy so if he was talking to was up to that blocked her high sophia screen recorded his entire page and went to every single picture here. Here's here's a scream recording screen shots. Every fucking bitch has their friends on high alert the man they talk to you. That's just how girls work and you know what you know what even if she asked her friends kindly. Please do not tell me what jared is up to her. Friends are GonNa fuck and tell her to. That's the thing I just hope girls jetson thing and so you need to take advantage of how absolutely insane women are because this is the first one I think the only time that we are going to tell men to post the equivalent of a thirst trap. Absolutely you're going to be more active on your page and you've ever fucking Ben Yeah. You're going to be out at a party and you're going to throw up a fuck and snapchat. Not You'RE GONNA put it on your instagram story. You're going to let this bitch. No you are living out her. Maybe a little inconspicuous video with the Blonde Bitch next. You can't see the blonde bitch face with the girls can't stop the blonde bit very inconspicuous. She's going to be like who the fuck is he and the only way she could ever find out if she shows up like crazy bitch party when when you and I would do but guys that is how you basically get her to come crawling back to you. Is you start being way more active on social media and if you don't WanNa it come off super obvious like you literally never pose. Have your friends do go now girl girls if he has you you blocked it is the thing that's fucked up about men and it really fucking pisses me off is they are so much fucking better. out of sight out of mind than women women are most men can be like yes we're done or you blocked me so I'm never looking at your shit perfect example fucking guy that ghosted you he saw are you walk by and he'd been in slid into your text messages. He sees me in that Buchan dining hall and he's like Oh wait their way. Men are way more visual but he's not stalking my social media so unfortunately grimm in if he blocks you because you can't throw up a thirst trial. No He's not gonNA see no. He's not looking at any friends or not. GonNa be like Bro. Look at what did so. I'M GONNA risk sounding Stalker Ish but fucking run into him. Yes one hundred per besides you can if you know his class if you know where the party he's going to that is way too. That's the way to troll yeah. You sound so psycho. I don't care but honestly this second. A Guy sees you is when everything will change through try to run into him at a party. Try to run into his friend. I don't care if you out to make a fake could count and pretend to be girl. That's interested in him home. Make sure you're a hot girl on the fake account okay fucking. Dm Him Okay and be like hey hey. Are you going out tonight. I WanNa suck your Weiner and then guess who shows up you fucking do dude. I did this to my friends in college and it's fucked up but here's another tactic ladies I I hold my friends and I would say hi bridget. You need to go fuck his friend so I can be in on every bit of their plans every every loose you'll be like.
"ben yeah" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Even even now with with the rappers being in. You get you just traded it now, you just said, even now you just first question was the start of Joe. Joe wanted to keep Ben. Yeah. But would you now knowing what, you know, I, I will say this, if I knew I was going to lose them. No. If I knew I was going to keep qui-. Yes. And if I don't know then. No. So that's my take of it. It's a risk. You can choose to take but Channing, listen Toronto. Okay, forget about losing. You can't you can't, you know, don't on this. It's not a hedge. Listen, I would take I would absolutely. In retrospect, sure, I, I'll trade Ben Simmons for kids. If if you know you John, if you knew quite Leonard was not going to sign with you and was going to leave your trade Benson. If why for one year. I about you can't know that like, listen Brown. You're going ask him. Like, are you going to stay with us? And he'll say, sure, and I'll be okay that's good enough for me. I want you on my team for this year. And we'll do you know what we're gonna do well enough that you're gonna wanna stay like I would make. That I think anyone in the right mind will make that deal. I'm taking on. I, I don't have. Come on, man. Look channing. It's all about how you sense it. And we're the odds are if you have an eighty percent chance of keeping them I would now certainly strongly do that. Yes. If you, if you told me though, the your breakdown of it is, I think I've got a twenty percent chance of keeping them the no I'm not making that trait. And none of us know answer to that. It's not you asked me the question I told, you know, I told you know, love you, man. But you are. Yeah. Right. Listen. I you gotta take a risk here Joe. Listen. You gotta you gotta -ssume that you're going to win it. You bring Hawaiian here. You're gonna win this thing. And that alone is going to boost your chances of keeping in Philadelphia. Like you, you're gonna have to put yourself out there. Like it's not going to be comfortable is not going to be a bath. All right. We still have the chance to sign him even without him. But that's a whole 'nother matter Channy. Give me something named after someone Brennan. Engines to diesel got said a great answer. Great answer, man, this coli thing, and we're not gonna hear anything about it, probably until you know, they'll get one month finals thirty two thirty three days. Is it like building like is anyone talking about it because I feel like we did a little bit so couple of things. First off. He doesn't. Talk. Yes. Okay. That's number one very true. Number two, he doesn't, you know, and this goes to talk, he doesn't social media out the way like LeBron has in the past or some other guys know. So you don't have that you don't have the clutch sports thing. Listen. It's gotta help Brett Brown was there in San Antonio that they do have a relationship. I know I was actually speaking from national perspective and you said, as anyone else, not many people are talking too much right now, the focus in the finals on, I'm just saying, like, we don't know much about Kobe Leonard. There was something that did come to light by the way this weekend. We should address. It's the first time to my knowledge that we've really heard something specific, which is someone from group. And I don't remember the gentlemen's name, but did go on the record this weekend detail ING more about coli in the Spurs than we'd ever come to believe or come to know should say, and it wasn't like groundbreaking but it was actual quotes on the record that essentially he lost trust in them because they said you're you're clear to play in that they announce he's cleared to play. And he simply did not feel that they were taking into account the pain he was experiencing that he did not feel. Was ready to play and then pushing him to play and then publicly saying he was able to play. He, he felt this was said by someone in his group, and I'll remember oh, the sensually, he lost trust in the San Antonio, Spurs, and we all kind of Sumed that to be the story, but to the best of my knowledge I hadn't heard like, nothing ever said about what in the hell happens anyway. So this was a little bit of detail. But again all under the umbrella of what you would have assumed anyway. Here's the thing about why this summer. I have no idea what he's going to do. And because John, I have no idea what he's going to do it gives me as a Sixers fan. Some measure of hope, of course it does. You know, I. Three or four best he can be hands. I think so. But we don't know how much he values the hometown thing. He's from L A. And, you know, I, I worry I worry about kunai. Yes, I would have traded Ben Simmons at, you know, I think I probably said at the time that I would've traded but I don't remember. Yeah. I would certainly you know now that we've seen what this season held it makes a lot of sense to want to do that. But everything is so. Delicate when it comes to balancing all of these personalities and bring in Jimmy Butler in here was a huge risk because of the personality thing. And his he and Joel came together. They figured out how to jeeze coexist, so well. And unfortunately, Joel wasn't able to play at his peak performance level because of the variety of issues yet and the postseason. But man, you bring Hawaiian does that topple the cart. You know, like I don't know how he gets along with Jimmy. I don't know how he gets along with anybody. It does feel like they've had to walk on eggshells in Toronto just doing whatever they can to try to that's fair. I don't I never Jonny Lee. My some, that's right. I look at his interviews. I look at just the way he interacts with people in the media, and it feels like you got to be careful that you don't say anything. Well, maybe offend Coombe maybe I thing in San Antonio. I mean right. Lost you felt betrayed because they tried to push back like in that made you not play for whole sees. Right. Like that's that's touch. Or maybe he actually couldn't play didn't feel one other thing, just there's a confluence of things today. He missed it. There's a huge story on ESPN dot com and the Lakers dysfunction, and it just chronicles not only last year at a little bit of the past couple of years of the Lakers and magic and Lincoln genie bus, and the whole thing. And of course, there's a lot of criticism going around America today surrounding that store. I've seen some stuff from social media, but the Lakers, run amok, and dysfunction and bending over backwards for LeBron. And all that sort of stuff, but it's not lost on me. John on the same day that, that happens the Toronto Raptors are about to play in the finals with coli, Leonard at the same time that it's like a month and a half or a month since the San Antonio Spurs were knocked out of the playoffs without Kawhi Leonard, like when when we bring it back to Ben Simmons. Joel embiid. And we talk about you got to kind of kiss their rump. Okay. There's a reason we have these conversations if you don't kiss the rump, then they take their ball and go to some other city and then that other city benefits. I mean, think about it when LeBron was with the heat, and they left and one of the things that came out was LeBron wasn't happy that he felt Pat Riley was a little too much dictator as didn't acquiesced LeBron star thing. And it's like all right. So Pat rally went hardcore. When we know Riley's personality loses LeBron LeBron goes to Cleveland, right? Well, what are the heat since then they haven't done anything. So when we talk about, there's a balancing act in the NBA is far as having the right culture doing things to win with, with the team, but also acquiescing to a star. There's a reason we do this the conversation was there's a reason teams, do it disperse loss, by day are irrelevant as far as a contender Toronto got there in the finals. I mean, it's, it's not hard to see the correlation. They're coming up times. Yours will turn to the whole deal as well. John Ritchie, ninety four w summer is right around the corner. And many of you are probably planning -cations with friends and family will..
"ben yeah" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Apparently the nape for the Boston trip that they got back together texted her asked if they could get back together she took him back because, you know when you're in love your in love, and now they're back. So they're grads great. It's great. So that's so wait. How did you learn about all this? He texted her, and he had a dream, my while you were not my wife base. Go is like we're not driving home until you. Tell me the story and just. But the big winner in this is my wife because they used to have these double dates with the two moms, and then Bannon, his girlfriend, they would go out, but my mom, my wife really liked the other mom. So now they're back. So everything's everything's looking up roses, my son. The only guy who can lock himself down at age eleven. That's greatly. Wow. There's no in the field. The only person who who played it worse at thank was our cousin Jimmy. Just stated. And now he kisses A-List celebrities on now. Visit. Wow. Ben. Yeah. Good for you know what you may want to sponge off that trampoline just say those kids up to. We're doing thrown game. We'll take one more break to talk about our old friends, ZipRecruiter. What's the difference in working hard and working spart? I don't know. Look at the warriors they were hard. They've won four straight without Kevin Durant. They've also worked really smart. They put together one of the best five-year runs of any team in the NBA history. Russell celtics. Maybe this, this might be number two. At this point, ZipRecruiter's technology and in tools, make hiring more efficient and affective and I mentioned this because it's the smartest way to hire. It's like the warriors of hiring stuff, their powerful technology scant styles resumes to find people at the right experience for your job..
"ben yeah" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"He he he's just. I don't know he plays scared. And and and and he can go into whole and score whenever he wants. But he chooses not to he did one yet. He he did it once yesterday got found in made the foul shot about time you made a foul shot that one found shot was enough for him because he was rain after went back in Ben. Yeah. It's a joke. Give me a word to describe the Sixers right now, the pressing. Spin on depressing prize depressant, it is we're gonna we went thinking third radio winter here number one, which is a fifty dollars gift card while I was new tender chicken season. Garlic butter herbs and spices Trier's zesty chicken sandwich made with crispy jalapenos or our favor or your favorite bowl. Gotta have a law fifty dollars gift card, fifty bucks. Ben pretty good. Yeah. That that's good. Thank man. I don't like that kind of a reaction. What do you mean? And if you're not that thrilled play it up a little bit. Honeywell dinner in light jet. Wa wa it's awesome. I do that every day. I I love. Eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four ninety nine in front of the rate TNT ride cellphone. Gabe Kaplan will be on top of the hour. We will ask you about that. I'm sure he had a tremendous effect on Gabe. And everybody's ever been associated with the Phillies. Eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. Don't go anywhere. We got a lot left to do. In fact, we come back out. We are going to take you to jeopardy because jeopardy is.
"ben yeah" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Lose c can use see by the Johns the. What? So. The last gleam being who's brought stripe said variety. The the. The spy who the? We. Woosung can land. Sleaze dream. The. That. Was. Wolf who say that Spang, Ben? Yeah. The. And. Your anthem scratches again for the sabres tonight. Zach Gauchan Matt Tennyson Marco.
"ben yeah" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Who I am today the car wash and goes by the name. Now, your host Eric Metaxas. Saying he might former grand had so sweet now, Ben. Yeah. Why are you? What about that Jerome Corsi? What about him? Boy, it's big. It's big stuff. Get him some crazy stuff, and he's in the middle that well, let me let me ask you some questions here since I happen to have you on the phone right here. First of all, did you know that we're being watched? No. Yeah. Camera over there. Oh, there's other cameras. There are people who subscribed to what I like to call Metaxas. Super and they can watch this radio show like on their TV's were on their computers, or whatever they want. Yes, they can. And it's very very cheap because we haven't raised the price yet. And so if anybody wants to watch this program in the beautiful TBN, we are glorious leader youthful TB studios. T E N studios. This studio is so beautiful that it seems almost a crime not to watch it if he can. So even though this is a radio program, obviously, most people are listening to us on the radio or podcast. But if you subscribe to Metaxas super you can now we've been we've been. Pushing this for months, and it's we're finally here year studio finally beginning to get the kinks out and figure out how to do it. But if you do not know that I'm telling you, you can watch us for pennies a day, and basically. That's why you're wearing a tie. I that's that's it there. Yeah. Now, it's why I'm wearing tied to because I thought to myself it just it just doesn't look, right. You know is this straight? But it's wonderful, and I can see you got a haircut and it's been like three weeks ago. But yeah. Mopped up was not working Campbell Keefer noticing. Really, it was just you were looking shag. I know I look like Rodney you will look like that's a Pittsburgh TV show when I was growing on Rodney Rodney. Headed thing. That was connect. More like Rodney now when I was in college. I look like anyway. Okay. So so it's it is kind of funny because when the cameras are turned on you suddenly realize like, oh, my hair's messed up and whatever. And I still here is messed up I have invested. I thought it would be worth it since we're going to be on TV cameras. I've invested then, you know, it's not cheap. But I said it's worth it in the long run, I invested in a well, fitted. That's where it gets expensive a well fitted horsehair wig. People probably can't tell and that's the whole point. I wanted to look like my regular hair, but it's well, fitted if you use the right adhesive people really can't tell and the reason I always get a horsehair wig. And I recommend from justify believe from his main or his tail wondering it's from one of his forebears. Oh, not much. But the point the point is that if you if you get horsehair it really holds its value. So when you resell the wig in the future. You know, you can get pretty much what you pay for it. Okay. We got gotta move on. And so he does not after. So the point is none of the horse died by natural causes though. Because natural die, you know from from a bullet wounds. Okay. So now, listen, we gotta talk about some stuff. They let's start first of all in our one today. We talked to joke Jerome Corsi in our two which is now we're going to talk to Mickey Robinson Jackie. I. I know we talked about Jackie Robinson. Announces one hundredth birthday today in an hour one and online will post the video of me talking about it. Now, we're one because it's a nice little summation, but it was because of his Christian faith and the Christian faith of branch Rickey who recruited him general manager of the dodgers. Their Christian faith was what made them want to break the color barrier because they knew that their faith in the God of the bible says God is not a respecter persons. We are all equal in his eyes. And to do what major league baseball had done it to that point was immoral. Yeah. And God God was a big fan of baseball. And he was like eyes. God God put on him at uniform and nineteen sixty nine. Everybody knows that. Okay. But so the point is that Jackie Robinson's faith is usually underplayed the New York Times didn't write about it. They had a sixteen page section underplay or not get into the vacuum. That may Jackie Robinson. Do what he did Jesus. Right. There is an error. You can score that if you scoring at home that's an error. And by the way. So we talk about an hour one in this hour, we're gonna play an encore with Mickey Robinson who another Robinson. Nicky Robinson died went to heaven and came back to tell about it. We had him on this program. And I said, it's so cool. But do you know why we're doing Mickey Robinson today? Can I can I tell you the hint police it's not because his last name is Robyn citizens. It's because last night Suzanne, and I had dinner with Steve and Judy sess ler. Okay. Stephen Judy sess ler like two years ago. You know, I always say that if somebody gives a certain amount of money to a to a charity, whatever we've upped the amount now, it's ten dollars. But if you give ten thousand dollars to avail, which is the pregnancy help center, that's he's an ran for twelve years, and is still obviously very involved in. But if you give ten thousand dollars to them, I said, I will have dinner with you as a way to say, thank you. So last night we had dinner with the with the sesame. Stephen Judy, and we're talking, and they know the program better than I do because they remembered stuff and they said, oh the one with Mickey Robinson. And I was like Nikki it, and then I was like, oh my goodness. I forgot. Yeah. And that's why this morning when you said should we run this? I thought to we run Mickey Robinson because last night. The settlers are telling me that they remembered it what I thought I forgot how great it was when I started listening to pieces of it. I said this is incredible story. So stay tuned, folks, five minutes. Okay. But I also got a new iphone for Christmas some struggling here. Mary chris. I want to mention to people want to watch this you go to Metaxas. Suzy kolber or you can go to Metaxas talk dot com and sign up, but I am recommending it, folks. We put on ties we we did Albinger Jackie we've got mentioned a couple of things. First of all when you were putting your Thanh. I said, it's not straight. You gotta fix it. And I said I learned how to dress for my Cirque to'real forefather. Tim raglan, my friend, and he he knows more about like, men's fashion, and whatever he's an amazing guy is he foppish? No, no. But he a dandy, and he basically, you know, he's a fan of old films the thirties and the four drafts. And so he kind of learned it's a really cool thing. So Tim raglan now, he's the illustrator of Donald drain the swamp. Yes, he wrote it with me, and he is also the illustrator of uncle Mugsy and the other Muggsy book we've done a number of books together, but Donald drain. The swamp is the most recent collaboration with Tim raglan. But if anybody ever says to me. Eric I like the way you dress, Tim raglan. I gotta you gotta give credit where do I want to give me credit? I'm giving him credit, and I would not know anything or care about, you know, so anyway, okay, okay now. So we have to mention before we go to our our incredible story with Nikki man who died and came to came on the program. Anyway. We have to say that we have a new sponsor, which is my pillow. Now, ladies and gentlemen. Anything you buy at mypillow dot com. They know I didn't know this. They have sheets. A dog dog bed dog that well, they have a pet beds. You can have a tiny Lama. Okay. It'll sit on the Laura is maybe a rabbit, but the point is whatever you have Molina. My niece she has a rabbit. Oh, there you go. That's why I mentioned the cutest rabbit. I almost a rabbit. Suddenly, I realized George not that cute compared to the rabbit. But anyway, there's pet beds. There are there's all this stuff. Okay. So whatever you want. It's at my pillow dot com. Body pillow body pillow. So you can get you can get and that's for that's for corpses. By the way, I should.
"ben yeah" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"All over Tampa Bay. Morning. It's webs day morning here. As a matter of fact, eight forty two and we're going to hear from our listener. Now, first of all a happy birthday. Shoutout. Bill. Murphy suffering a birthday today. Mile compadres from channel thirteen in bay news nine days and right now Steve in Bradenton takes over the show. What do you think Steve? Hey, Mike my calls about the the tax game. Preset they passed. They said that a one cent tax for the transportation is going to net ninety billion over thirty years. So that's three billion a year. One penny equals three billion. Now. The education tax was a half a penny. But they're only saying that's one hundred and thirty one million a year now either using common core math or somebody's lying. And go math. Both. That's a good point half said should bring half as much as one penny. But not quite doing it. According to that that says so pockets are getting filled somewhere, I guess so that might be a problem. Anyway, let's go to Ben in Polk County. What's up, Ben? Yeah. That people have messed up and they voted for that that hound dog amendment. The humane treatment of animals is a fundamental value. The people of the state of Florida and that right there is why they put that on the ballot. They want that language in the constitution. You can Mark my words they're gonna go after ranchers. Ed farmers. Larry park zoo Busch gardens hunters, fishermen, the pita and human Amel notch are waiting in the wings to attack everything in Florida. Did that cause your milk prices are gonna go up your meat Russia's gonna go up? Everything's gonna go up over that. Yeah. That's what we were saying earlier. This thing is too wide open the pita can go after anybody the butcher's cows now and certainly should stop the horse racing industry because they're whipping horses when they're riding him. Well, the dog thing may not if you think about it with gambling here maybe the Seminole Indian Delopez dog track. They can't do anything about that Kim. Now, that's a good point. Oh, I like my idea. I think sometimes. Zonda.
"ben yeah" Discussed on Q95
"Yes. And they're like, oh, no. They have some weird backstroke. Yeah. Right. You're next door to a mental health. So it's like the cute names for comedy clubs that reference mental rights. Right. Ben. Yeah. Yeah. Graduated twenty three kids and only only five boys, and I still couldn't make varsity basketball. Sat back. And we were all white which made it staying a little more. You you're bad at basketball. Hall white team voice in your class. Wow. Now, you mentioned your mom, kind of joy overly safety conscious. Which would be me. What about your dad was? I don't know how they. I guess they got together because a Reagan's the dating pool is pretty small any given time. There's three people in your age range that are single because he he couldn't be more opposites like like my dad, my parents split when I was like, I think seven seven eight I in third grade. And when I time he came to visit me he he'd like a male bonding and play the game with me. I don't know if you guys his dad's play this game with you. What you do is you stand with your feet wider than shoulder with the parts and you face another person with their feet the same distance apart and you each have a hunting knife. And you throw the night he try and stick it in the ground between their legs. Yeah. Sure. And then yeah, it's called chicken the first person. Who's like, hey, I don't want to get a knife in my Foot's chicken loses from like, really eight. Let's play that like what other popular children's games Russian roulette. He was like safety was not. Yeah. Not an issue. My dad is like a mountain, man. He's he's one of those people who was born in the wrong era like he'd be great in the eighteenth century because he has great skills. You can build things with his hands construction worker logger he can solve disagreements with his fists like he has no twenty-first-century skill. So he can't no Email. No Facebook Twitter like I would love him to take career aptitude tests just to blow counselors mind. We got the results Mr Collins and appears your best suited for further trapper. Indian scouts gunslinger. So so many. Yeah. It's a sad fact up outside of Reagan's was my dad he lived in Pinehurst, ten miles intercity town loaded handgun in every different room in the house. Yeah. Just in case, Justin. Just in case. Just in case of what you live ten miles outside of town of four hundred people were there hasn't been a violent crime since nineteen never. And now somebody does break in and they're not armed. They're going to be by the time. You are. I think that's what he wanted us to show. Burglar breaks into get a VCR. My dad sitting there at three o'clock in the morning way to spread and expectancy middle-aged man this couch, four o'clock in the morning. Did you drinking coffee hold the court Forty-five, Greg thirty eight special in the finding nemo case? Waiting for seventeen years. Dan comments is our guest. Now, this may sound a little bit odd. But I used to play that game. All the time. Are you serious? Yeah. We didn't call mumbling pig, and you just throw your hands Mr. safety guys would face off you take a knife. And you throw each other's. I absolutely ridiculous. Did you guys ever stab yourself in the foot? No, no, no. I did. I just I just did cut. My knuckle off had to go to the hospital the one time for the stitch got your knuckle off. Now did your dad. Beck on. Yeah. Little game. I was playing monthly pay. That was your monthly pay accident. I never told you guys that at all. When did you become so safety conscious doing things like cutting, my knuckleball, breaking the Jesus on my arm? You know, this sort of falling off motorcycles these things that they they start adding up after awhile. You start going? Maybe I better be more careful. Dan, Cummins is very handsome young, man. But you you mentioned that you mentioned that it's interesting to hear from a town that small, and, but you want you went off to college to Gonzaga tried to college. What did you what did you study psychology? I was going to become a counselor. Really? I actually and this actually did I got low level experience time for you to jump off a.
"ben yeah" Discussed on WWL
"Minutes after eight o'clock I'm happy to see that it looks like the morning call has a good shot on stay in city, park well at least they've been successful to this point and not being disqualified from the bidding process, after the officials at city park said they could. Not participate because they missed a, mandatory meeting and they said we didn't, miss it we were just late well he the owner of morning call said his iphone glitched that was, the word he glitched and that his his calendar on, his iphone failed, him because of this glitch and, then he called his brother and got him over there but by the. Time he got there the meeting was oh makes sense to be see, I'm old enough to remember the morning call when it was on Decatur street I see I remember it on seventeenth street, before they closed, that one call you've been in New Orleans what about twenty twenty two year okay well. Originally the morning call you don't wear the cafe is yes of course everybody in Jackson square all right go, toward Elision fields that. That block and the the, morning call was was on that corner and the head. Curb service and that was difference between at that point the morning call an, cafe one head curb service so. After date you could drive on down in the morning call. Poland waiter comes over takes your order, for coffee and, donuts, but let me ask you. This do you really want to eat Ben yeas in your car oh my. God powdered. Sugar everywhere if you forget to turn off the AC you pull. A Ben Yan Cloud of sugar in? Your view but if you're a. Kid you didn't have a very fancy car, yet a junk car anyway God forbid you rollin with the windows down dry Nita Ben Yay Oh. My Kill all over. The place and if you wore glasses clogged up your glasses and you crash your car and then it's a, disastrous? Date right what, you've done no wonder the curb service didn't survive and your dad tells you you not to eat those been. Yays boy. All, right We're back on WWL as New Orleans as the Saint Louis cathedral WWL AM..
"ben yeah" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It is Ten fifty six on. Eight three oh WCC. Oh hammer we can do everything that you are doing. Their sir our phone, number six five one nine eight nine nine two to six and toll free eight six six nine eight nine nine two. To six let's go to Ben. In, Mankato. Hello Ben Yeah l. it's not the Trump's doing. Everything wrong I think he's doing. Everything, right But the the mania, or the Democrats are two deflections they're just trying? To deflect off of their message which is? Nothing because what do they stand for what is? Their goal and twenty eighteen midterms what was. Their, ball on the twenty sixteen elections all Hillary did was talk? About Donald this well this is Donald. Is this is what is. She all about that's what that's what hurt her to. She had no economic plan she had no Middle. East plan would ISIS yet nothing she just wasn't big. Mouth pieces all, she was, she had a big ego and. Cost her the election but I mean you. Know look at what, Trump has done you know. He gave Paul on the arms you gave the Ukraine, the arms to protect themselves. Obama ever did? That whatever Trump is done and. Europe it's dwarfed. Swore over made what's his. Name look, like a tour of Obama what he, did, Obama did, nothing with NATO I mean. Trump put them on the hot seat hey let's go let's cough up the. Money, we're spending billions of dollars in Germany and. You're getting a pipeline from Russia So I think. He's doing everything. Right I mean he falls. Of football, the side of the Iran deal I, mean, a horrible, was that for us why. How do we states benefit from the, Iran deal that's what I wanna know Well we we we we didn't good point. Ben thank you I once again very concise and clear point thank you and we'll take. Your calls after the top of, the? Hour news, this is ceecee oh,.
"ben yeah" Discussed on talkRADIO
"In manchester took refers big ben yes some fabulous pictures appeared yesterday big bed anybody anybody who's been to london recently and thought let's go and see the sights and emerges at westminster tube station to look at big ben is confronted by what looks like some sort of apocalyptic vision big ben is completely clad in scaffolding and it metal caging and lifts going up in that it looks like the sort of parliament of some awful futuristic film where we will bring bob robots this week this is such a classic thing with paula of it is basically falling down we're having to dodge things dropping off the move but this week that is so any talking out so many to mark the fact that they put the last piece of scaffolding which involved transporting probably this happens big building this big building projects when you reach basically the the very top of your scaffolding you'll have a little ceremony so as well as lots of people that harvey's they transported a bagpipe player and some an evergreen barrel of from a tree which was the nells to a plank of wood which i think is sort of brings good luck and marks the building product is going to be well given it pays of researchers in parliament this week have been recess having phones working because parliamentary flooded then they'd while that was being sorted out father taking it back to the top of big bed imagery thank you so much have a great day speech you're seeing actually editor of the times rape box ben fletcher has walked in good morning good morning my goal is always never been on the thameslink train by the way london brexit and trains trains otherwise everybody gets i there's so many stories i'd love to talk to you about but i suppose we're going to talk about the one that's on the front and back pages of sun mason newspapers red rum throws his toys out of the param should censor picture on the front of the sun as well i've roy the chelsea area middle this chaos awareness through with his as replication being delayed which is seen in bonn from british yours have someone said okay you're going to pay play me as a political point in your little britain on not going to build any one billion pounds stadium anymore and you're not gonna get you twenty two million quids worth of rejuvenation.
"ben yeah" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Second half kind of turn the tired of the game there what do you think happened there to to kind of causing offense to sputter at that point and turn thanks let's says dante to take that one and then ben i mean obviously you know you don't wanna you don't wanna go on those droughts and give teams chance to go around like that think this team was trying to be aggressive china make the right plays thing a couple of times we just got a bit sped up or just a miscue sometimes but no unfortunate for us obviously to go through the drought but give credit to michigan you know they played a great bill and ben yeah just kind of like he said you know we were being aggressive trying to get downhill kinda struggling to to kinda get the domino's started but yeah just credit to them they're you know making good plays on the ball and we weren't you know capitalizing like we normally do making good passes turn it over had a couple miscues like he said but just give credit to michigan last year the center section lynn jennings from kabc in kansas city ben knowing that this is probably the last game you play with ben richardson from loyola before that it was dante ingram porter moser their head coach will hear more from him coming up in just a bit as michigan win sixty nine to fifty seven and you felt sinead the game was really going off the rails for the ramblers there in that span where they turn the ball over five times i mean they were making turnovers that just kinda showed you that i think.
"ben yeah" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Ben yeah me see was it justice show yeah aspen go on movin ninety two point five seattle's number one hit music station brooke and jubal in the morning places talk to you down two open up a restaurant.
"ben yeah" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"To church member there day they were talking about roy rogers and arbi's used to have those roast beef sandwiches and they still do around there what happened on jimmy kimmel last i didn't they do ma lean tweets yeah he had dug jake jilin all john lithgow jim parsons jennifer lines and alec baldwin all being selfeffacing enough to read me mean tweets about themselves and their some you know very money you get into social media tweets to date people get nasty so these are stars reading tweets about themselves jay joan all john lithgow jim parsons jennifer lauren shimon alec baldwin ben yes i sure he gets a lot of maine tweet each let's see who got the worst job killing all has the most controversial face of all time i'd like nothing more than to sock him in his ugly soft starryeyed plug face i bet the john lewis goes ball fak looks exactly like his face by faces god complemented by my wall socket two parsons looks like a ventriloquist's dummy became the wife to become a sex offender owner jennifer larence gives really unenthusiastic how did they know real donald trump writes just tried watching the saturday night live unwatchable not funny and the baldwin impersonation just can't get any worse sad when the result of hebron the resident first may tweets pay thirty six said cb as their van before we had 9 somebody's gonna win a thousand bucks for ryan i yet their sued trapping then they're aching outta group traffic center that twenty 18 mini heart have to door has arrived tests drag one it many of mahmut and many of west chester inbound george ninety five minutes all in such a closure but a truck fire that has been cleared under the apartment the cleanup of this track pryor has to be done sixty minutes.
"ben yeah" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Get into the playoffs and i imagine they will eight games left they have a four and a half game lead i think it's safe to say they should get in john leicester eight hundred that's the biggest question mark for me the health of john leicester everybody's saying you know once the postseason starts he'll flip a switch usually that's a fair assumption but i'm sceptical because of what we've seen since he's got back from injury what do you think well yeah i agree in his spell little uneven since he got especially that last are orient strike at any one which was you know that john leicester at all but um you know i i it got two more starts left i think it it too early right now to worry about that if he goes through the next a couple starts unease is still struggling ben yeah sure but uh you know i think the thing now is to get get jake you know backed is you know hundred pitches hundred ten pitches whatever it is and then he'll you would think he'd be the number one guy iin kyle's pitching so well lately to of it you know it's it does struggle maybe put uh you know kyle number two and put leicester three wrigley field so uh um i don't know what it is a question and i agree that uh there is some concern there should be but i would say you should give him the benefit of the doubt truly glass you starts and then if he if he's still struggling maybe can deal with it and nobody coverage chicago baseball i've paul solvents solely from the trivia hanging out with sampan rich and myself live longer on the beat you know i saw you.