17 Burst results for "Bevis"
"bevis" Discussed on Pressure Points
"It definitely doesn't have any plutonium in it all and then later on after this deal. They also received a bunch of older oil tankers. Which they they partnered with a norwegian company to est to lease out oil tankers to companies. So they beat to get into oil shipping for pepsi for bebis. I like to imagine that. For niche the niche logo on the side of the oil tanker goes. So i hope so. I really hope so. So because of this these deals at these these ships the company doubled the amount of bottling plants in the ussr and they kept getting at this point they They had the sixth sixth largest navy on the planet. The peppis fleet epa sweet. The niche the sleet so. I just love that that that line right there into this entire story was did you know perez had once had the sixth largest navy in the world. So god like okay. Well i got a fact check. That looks legit. Their policies in in that navy were. Don't ask don't tell whether you prefer coker bevis. Don't drink soda. Because the submarines keep getting sticky..
"bevis" Discussed on The Queen's Court
"Just the women mea to be the moment they fall out or they have a situation is pulse this debate this other no and the true nature up there come down now. We do have people that are truly allies to us that I've experienced true allies Bevis have you seen Bevy Smith is definitely a true ally to the girls to the people you know other women like other women. Oh come over but you got the ones that definitely come around in because at the end of the day just like the you know the transgressors have much gay community and they're going to get back now this this this is going on with fish now and fish wannabe long on have butts down blew down push up way little these fantasy bodies Hoti. That's all coming from from the girl. There's all fantasy. Shit is coming from the girls to color hair. The Siwi even going back to the growth US stepping out damn near in in costume. Now you know what I'm saying. Is You can say yeah. Alex is big. Motherfucker got a look alike Wayne girl my knees motherfucking allegations. I got on but the Lingo and just everything you know you gotTa. It's the thin line between those allies income remind and kind of rub rub elbows with us just to kind of take our to the strait was saying Look Apple Laissez. I say come eat up our Lindo eat our she monetize off of our they were the beginning of everybody's in the same way that black folks that y phones do it. It's the same yeah exactly and we not tolerating animal. We call it put holes out all the way but the nine nine on into two thousand real life. I don't see you as the P._O.. Kind if the drain on Youtube though PHUC guilty bishop ain't got the right down. Even the PUNK is train fisheries. If when I got the cloud we are only real route with my mom. I think the job you we are on Biz aren't listened. I'll say that women are the enemy of not do that because all women are not the enemy but we do have people do have grown that are really not allied the situation. I call us a space them the one you can't interest Kazakh at the pound. That's what I knew about the. I don't know whether you do gotta ask grew Vicky idea <hes>. They all want to know that don't want to hear that. That's a big thing in Miami now to people the videos are coming out taken videos. The spouse left all of a favorable note new crowd as quite as can't be..
"bevis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Here real quick, like time is of the essence Steve, what's going on this morning? This wanted to reply to some of the comments about the pistons. Long time, by the way, listen to your dad back in the day. I am a retired union carpenter. The, the course we paid our social security and our taxes, as well as everybody else's retard after forty years. Agency that the gentleman I bet is PDD C and pension benefits. Guarantee court bridge. That is not funded by taxes. Bevis funded by. Insurance premiums. That they've actually taken over in the Clinton plans recoveries of unscented on funded pension liabilities and so forth. Now, what hasn't we certainly are not living in luxury. There is a percentage that the PBGC guarantees. And I'll, I'll put the numbers after I was. I wasn't living on twenty two hundred dollars a month until April, first April first, we were cut by fifty percent down to nine hundred dollars a month. So we certainly have no toys. We certainly have no not living in luxury, and we're not taking advantage of, of any, anybody so security or income taxes. So that I guess that's how. This is your saying, like the whatever pension you were on had had to make the cuts and it was new. For nearly fifty percent or more than fifty percent from twenty two hundred dollars a month to nine hundred. That's a, that's a hell of a cut. Yeah. And I don't know about anybody can get by comfortably on nine hundred a month. No. Thankfully muscles Kirti made up for a. Certainly and the other thing if we. I'm not defending the union, but I am defending members we have no say so over how our money is best. There's an executive board. It makes all those for us. They absolutely made some poor decisions. And I think one gentleman said that, you know, he would rather have his social security or is income tax on his cheques. We could vest himself or so security right on. Absolutely agree with, I would too. I wish I would have had our, our, you know what we we, we paid into the pension ourselves. Well, we paid in the employers, matched, and that was all worked out under the contract negotiations. So, you know, we're we're flexible certainly not living in a luxury. Well, Steve check it in here. We'll get quick time out and return as we wind things down Friday morning. It is America's trucking network university of Maryland University College, submits the members of our military, who inspire us with their unwavering commitment to service like alumnus, Jake Messiaen when Jake joined the marines, he promised his dad, he finished his college education as a combat. Correspondent traveling to forty-three.
"bevis" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"He should be. Oh L. Maybe not. I was thinking when they bring X men in. He could be Bishop. I think it'd be good. He can be okay there. I don't know. This is a hard one. We'll put up a poll for it's fine his his his his career's kind of gone downhill. So it's hard to be. I like this guy would be perfect for him. Oh, live action. What about prowler? I would love that from e. Yeah. No, he could be prowler one hundred. Now, here's the thing. Erin deal. Aaron Davis is played by. My mind just went blank the guy who is from community and originally byles Morale's kind of based off of him down over. Yeah. So originally so right now in the Spiderman universe Aaron Davis has prowler or air. Yeah. Aaron Bevis is not prowler. He is played by Donald gover. But I think I could really dig a dig a Will Smith prowler, I think that'd be good Donald Glover. Like when he's in Spiderman. Yeah. Yeah. Hands prowler he plays and Davis who Aaron Davis is the name of miles Morales, uncle and miles. Morales is prowler spoilers. And I also he could also be blade. What a lock. Get Wesley Snipes is replace him. Supposed to be in the second Spiderman movie. I hope so too to I loved on Glover. So I love into the spider verse has such a good show. It was it was it was very good. So good. Yeah. All right. So. James gunn? He's he's running suicide squad. It's should be a good movie..
"bevis" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Bevis morning news. It is six forty five. We've got a temperature of forty four degrees. Next hour. Quinton brogden Kim Conrad to coming up on six hundred WRC ninety two point one FM and the iheartradio app. Tiger basketball tonight. Tigers will be on the air in Arkansas Little Rock tip off seven pre game at six right here on the home of your Tigers. Johnny Jay hours joins us now on Memphis morning news and tiny the Trump administration moved yesterday to officially ban bump stocks. What's what's going on regarding this? What's this all about? Well, remember after the Las Vegas massacre into in October twenty seventeen we started hearing a lot about bump stocks because that is one of the things the Stephen paddock used in his well for lack of a better term arsenal of weapons and things like that. And bump stocks are basically the firearm attachment that you put on a semiautomatic weapon, and it allows that to basically. Fire like a machine gun, and he used this. And that's when everybody started kind of warning what these things are in hearing, the term bump stock a lot now since then there have been people, especially members of congress legislators on a state level to say, I we need a law against these things. They never really went anywhere in congress. There was no legislative there, some states actually, kind of took matters into their own hands, and and and ban them. But now, this is the first, you know, federal light across the board kind of thing, and it was signed into into distance by acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker on Tuesday. It takes effect ninety days after it's published. Indefensible register that is expected to happen on Friday. So you're looking at late March or so when these will be illegal, you have if you have one of these things your gun owner new on a bump stock, you haven't late March to turn it in or destroy the device after that is a legal. Possess them and this falls under the same law that it's a federal law that keeps you from being able to own a machine gun. Basically what I think turned them in you can surrender them to the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives. Okay. I'm sure not everybody is thrilled about this. You might imagine not. There is the call basically from the National Rifle Association. That's asking the Justice department to provide amnesty for gun owners who already have one. No word on whether it's still go along with that. But they do say that they're gonna find any legal challenges that could be brought I would expect one of those from the NRA or some sort of done advocacy group as far as how many are out there. It's they're not traceable. So it's hard to tell exactly, but the ATF systems twenty ten there have been either anywhere from a quarter of a million to more than half a million of these things that have been sold. So that's you know, if you're thinking that, you know, most people probably don't own one of those rare half a million since twenty ten so that's that's a substantial number so yeah. So so ninety ninety days from when this is filed, and it becomes the law of the land, essentially and people have time to turn those. All right. Well, enough about guns. Let's talk about holidays. Let's talk a little bit fun. So this is this a New Yorkers this Mississippi Christmas for you. This is a New York one next year. I've already everybody vowed that. Next year will be a that. I will be able to come home for the for the holidays. It'll be the first time in several years. So that would that would be nice. I make it home before. Obviously, you know a few times a year but not not for the holidays. So I'm here in New York, and it is super crowded. I did some holiday some Christmas shopping and stuff yesterday. And I was just wear you out fighting a crowd, and you and it's a whole different beast for you. Because when you shop you can't you typically don't throw stuff in a car and dry, or I mean, you pretty you walk with your bags most places, right? Yeah. Yeah. Most places, and so yeah, it gets kind of it gets kind of, you know, difficult to navigate all the crowds, and you subway and everything else. But it's one of those things you just sort of learned to live with. But it's so much fun. You kind of get an idea you remember after you've lived here while you know, you sort of look at the holidays like oh, wow. There's going to be a lot of people here a lot more people. But you sort of you go out and do a little holiday shopping, and you kind of see, you know, the the tourist people who've come from all over the world to the lights and see they have so cool stuff. And you sorta kinda remember? Oh, hey, that's right. This is, you know, don't take for granted. Now, I I know with with Chris coming up Tuesday, and of course, Christmas Eve on on on Monday. Are you getting to kind of have a relaxed holiday or are you going to be part of any special programming? We need to keep our inner ear out for a little bit different next week. I'm sort of sliding over to help out a few folks. So they can take some time off and on Monday. We have also if you have Sirius XM on your devices, maybe at home, or whatever, and you, of course, go back and forth between WNYC as serious as some people. Do I'm doing a little anchoring over there on our on our other sister network. I'll be doing that. And filing some other pieces been doing some entertainment news lately. It's just it's kind of you know, kind of been all over the place. You know, what I do is I barged into people's houses that have the smart televisions? And and I turned on the FOX News Radio app. Ryan stall at so at the holidays, I'm gonna option. Yeah. I'm going to go in and do that. Because I don't think for that it requires a subscription. Like, hey, let's listen to our buddy, you know, Tanya with that. That's that. I'm sure that the only thing they'll they'll say to you. Hey g thanks so much for tournament. All of this. This is this is worth it come back sometime soon. You know, that conversation is better than the the the latest one that we've been holding back for years regarding the contempt that we have, you know, you know, during the holiday season, you know, what I mean? I mean, well, you know, if you're gonna do that also suggests, you know, take some cookies. Cookies, always. Yeah. Cookies always win the day. Sure will merry Christmas and looking forward to talking to you in the next couple of weeks, or so and and stay safe and may your shopping be good. And may your discounts be huge. Thank you and avoid those crowds at the mall of Memphis. You'll be fine. Thanks. Yeah..
"bevis" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Bevis morning news in his six forty five. A temperature of thirty four degrees. This press release yesterday. Chuck Brady, the CEO and president of the Memphis zoo is retiring after nearly forty years there. Oh, wow. And he what he started. He started as a curator of mammals right around nineteen remember around nineteen eighty or so and eventually worked his way up to becoming president and CEO of the zoo. And and is is credited with being one of the folks that was instrumental in getting the pandas to the Memphis zoo and during his tenure over one hundred million dollars worth of renovations. And of course, you know, I'm pretty much every spiffing major exhibit. They've got out there has been through his leadership, and he he is going to be stepping down. I guess a search committee is on for someone to to to take the baton and run with it for the Memphis zoo. And you know, it really isn't he place? Yeah. You look at it as it as it is now, Tim compared to say when we were kids, you know, like say your daughter's age five years old when we were kids, and what it is now in the different things and. You know, I I wished I took more advantage of it of just going out there. It's a neat place to go. It can relax you. I if you take it at a leisurely pace and try to take it all in. And so, yeah, I mean, I think he does deserve a lot of credit because you know, it's hard. I mean, larger markets larger cities have these really large incredibly sized zoos with, you know, tons of money and that kind of stuff, but they have done so much with this one here. I mean, it's recognized was the best in the country. Yep. Yep. I know on trip Tripadvisor didn't actually one year was ranked number one. So right, but plenty to look out there. And and you know, zoo lights is coming up out there. So maybe that's a time for you and MRs Goodman to to go take a parts of the zoo closed down. It's it's it's it's just part of the zoo at night, but that might be a leisurely stroll. Let me tell you. I've been there for zoo lights, but let me tell you. I was out there. What do they call their event? They do at Halloween zoo. Boo at the zoo zoo. Thank you. Yeah. I I was back back in my days at a another radio station, and we were doing an event I got lost because portions of the like you said are closed. So that means they weren't lit. And I thought I was taking a shortcut zoo is vastly different at night that is during the day, and I got lost. And that's kind of a spooky place with the noises of various animals and stuff that you hear as you're walking and trying to find your way around. I'll I'll never do that again. I'll never go. This is a shortcut that will get me through. And but it, but yeah, I'll believe me. That's that's a story. I remember for a long time is getting lost at Zuber at the Memphis zoo. Yeah. That's it. I'm sure with the sounds at night, and no really well lit pass as well. And that's the way it's built because I mean, the the the animals that stay outside need to get a good night's sleep. I mean, it, you know, in can't shore. They gotta have the the lights off out there. She can you can't blame them while I was working in area where we had hired or the zoo or the station somebody anyway, you're supposed to be a magician and in like either he was running late. I don't remember the full details because this was probably fifteen years ago and. So I get called in. They're like you need to go to this part where we've got something else going on. So I'm like, okay. Well, I'm like, I can go this way. But I think I can get through quicker. If I go right here never again never ever again. Because like I said, it place was kinda spooky zoo for me in the dark with sounds of animals, and no one's around you. I mean, it's not like you're in a crowd of people. I mean, you're by yourself in the dark, and this is before the days of smartphones with flashlights on them, and that sort of thing. So. Bet walking down with us pathways. If your arm had hit a branch or some leaves? You would have just lost it. Yeah. Yeah. I would have come out of my skin for sure. I just realized you've been given the forecast this morning. How cold it is? I just looked here slipped up minutes go at some of the wind chill factors that we've got around the area. I mean, Tim, this is like January weather, which is twenty three at the airport right now. Yeah. I mean, I'm looking at blythedale now nineteen Dyersburg Twenty-one win Arkansas Twenty-one Brownsville twenty twenty three twenty four in bolivar twenty two in Holly springs, twenty and tunica. So folks when you take the kid, I was out the door this morning you better bundle up. It's cold. You got that? Right. You get that. Right. K coming up at seven fifteen we've got moral Parviz from FOX thirteen I know that they're doing a story on medical debt. And before we go to break, just a quick note. Here I saw commercial appeal tenant health services believed that's gonna be Saint Francis. And Cigna are not I guess they're not able to yet reach a deal on in-network options. For that hospital. So it's possible that if you've got Cigna, you may not have an in network option with Tenet healthcare. Unless they come to an agreement over the next few weeks that would limit that would limit some options. I think tenant is Saint Francis in Memphis and then Bartlett in. I assume they don't they have some quick care or some some outpatient facilities as well. I think from. Yeah. I think you're right. And I know for a lot of folks, I guess this is enrollment time or you know, it has just elapsed for some people. So this is a critical time of year. So you got to kind of know what your choices are before you get out there. But unless they come together over the next few weeks there there could be a reduction in the number of services that would be available to you out there. But moral was coming up at seven fifteen we've got doctor Michelle banks in at seven forty five being lazy can't be good for you weren't Askar about that. But we won't ask it in like a type A personality kind way we'll be real chill about.
"bevis" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Although I haven't observed it myself, I've heard from other volunteers at the shelter that is relatively common for possum infants to try to suckle on each other. If they have no mother present I've never heard or seen of this behavior in baby squirrels, but it's definitely a possibility. Well, that's interesting. So maybe that that writer was not joking. Number four. My final note regarding squirrel castration is that at least in juveniles male and female, squirrels look, very similar. Interestingly to me. At least though, maybe I'm just weird. This does not mean that a male's penis is hard to spot, but actually the reverse females instead look a bit like they have penises. I'm not quite sure why that is since it seems less likely that females would have Volve as that protrude from the body than it would be for males to have penises that stayed close to the body. Well, it wouldn't be that crazy. I mean, we I think we've talked about hyenas on this show before a similar situation with female hyenas being the the larger of the species in having some similar characteristics with their their sex organs. Yeah. So she continues. I don't know if the Sex's remain difficult to differentiate once they reach dealt hood since adult squirrels are vicious little monsters whose Butt's I luckily don't have to deal with on a regular basis. But if they do then in the very specific case of hunter kills a male squirrel with descended testicles, and then compares it side by side with a female, it might be conceivable to maybe think that the female was a male without testicles combine this with the PA. Ability of misinterpreting, the appearance of the anus. And you've got yourself an urban legend in the making. I apologize for such a long Email. But your episode was absolutely fascinating. And completely sparked my interest keep up the good work bevy. Oh, and then bevy also shared some photos from the shelter with us. And then another follow up from bevy quote. I have an update on my Email. I asked him. Oh, my fellow volunteers about squirrel suckling on each other. And it turns out it's quite common. In fact, we had the split a group of siblings up yesterday for that very reason why I don't think the suckling would create raised areas on the skin could definitely explain scabs and other injuries on the genitals of juveniles. And that concludes Bevis massive dissertation on squirrel Amos's genitals, gray this exactly the kind of field report. We were looking for. This was an awesome listener mail bevy. Thank you so much now, I just have to go back to our discussion of of barbecue bones for. And isn't it interesting that you know, that that some humans might be thinking, oh, I'm so creeped out because squirrels are actually eating meat. We the species that have streets literally littered with the bones of the creatures that we consume as as sometimes it's just mere smacks. You know, it seems a little absurd doesn't it while. Yeah. So like, I'm waiting to get on the bus. And I throw my barbecue bones on the sidewalk, and that's normal. But if a squirrel comes and picks it up that's weird. All right..
"bevis" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You ever desperate looking for flight to get an LA, and you're like, I don't wanna fly all the way out there. It's just ten minutes more worth of travel times because it sees was farther, Orange County. It seems much farther, but the highways are open you don't have to drive through downtown, blah. And the whole net result is ten minutes. If you can find a better. Flight check that one. All right. Aren't shame on line five RJ, you know, that story just reinforce WI fi private? Son of people is our fault. It was our drivers fall RJ your from Bevis was the sharp play here. The Sharpston the situation, you know, I I was kind of fading in and out of the details. Give me this an office. Do it again do it again. All right. If you can't explain in ten seconds ten minutes now. All right. RJ private. Yeah. I don't know. I it was it was funny. I got to use. I got to use the for the first time, they totally rebuilt the Vegas airport, or or at least the section of we're in D gate, or whatever it is. And walk past the American Express lounge and for the first time in nineteen years me pulling out my American. Placard and I'm going so what you wanna cut up some booger sugar doing the bathroom for the first time actually done that I brandish car, and they went this. Right. This way field good. It was all made it all worth while. RJ's website pregamEcom is where you can go. What do we got RJ? How do we do? Oh, sorry. Let's let's last week. I'll tell you this RJ want one out of two right or one in one or whatever we described that. You're now at fifty six percent winning. It's time to up that a little bit. Oh, okay. Adam now that you said it ninety seven let's plays interesting. It's..
"bevis" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It's so it is so bad that even even the even the Stephen, the extras is moving a band. They got the scene where these these guys bringing flowers, and you could tell the director just yet. He doesn't know how to tell people that naturally the directly, these guys bringing flowers, and they all look like, robots come in. Yeah, you know, this is like none of this is nothing feels natural movie because people are trying too hard. You know, in everything in his movie is lit flat, like an instructional video. Are some cases like you better make you YouTube videos. This is. Wash this, you can tell that what what? What ever they whatever they had in the movie, they had limited resources and I'll give them credit, you know, they, they've tried to work with what they had, but in the movie, all you could tell what they had. They had this house. I'm sure they filmed in multiple places in that they had a restaurant. They filled multiple places in net. They had a an office a hospital, no, oh hospital. He has a hospital in a conference room and you can sometimes when people work well around these things, you could tell that they in different places you can tell. This is all they had this movie and speaking of the filmmaking. He don't even know how to transition like everything in the movie like every almost five, ten minutes. Everything is a fade out fade in. He doesn't know how to create not. And if you don't know, I'm talking about is almost like, wow, I wonder what Martin is doing now. Martin thomas. Well, I wonder what core is doing. Oh, well, I'll guess I'll give them a call later. They watched the movie that happens every ten minutes in the film. This is this is about as amateur filmmaking as you can get for something that has a big released like this with some stars and they had these pants shots that go on with, they're trying to pan. Oh, look at these yachts that we got okay data yet. But they pant across these yachts and I don't know if it's a stylistic thing. But if it is it looks shitty because it's very choppy like it looks like it's Strobe in at the camera set on the wrong setting when they would like doing his pants shot and and they just left it and they just left it there. And even if that's a stylistic choice, somebody had to know that this does not look good. This. Because there's software that that'll stabilize that. Right. Well, they couldn't afford it. They didn't have it. They didn't download that plug in because that's. Shop is like going to cross there in like it was dropping frames. Wow. Yeah, man, it's it is. It is really one of the. One of the most fascinating spectacles of filmmaking Bevis seen on the big screen. It does not belong there something on this amateur level, and that's before we actually get to that. We're talking about the movie before we even get to the movie. The script was already horrible because for movie that's supposed to be a Roddick..
"bevis" Discussed on KOMO
"Begging for relief komo's jennifer sullivan says after months of work the streetcar project has been held up and people in the neighborhood are frustrated businesses are closing this bookstore owner says if it wasn't for online sales keep the gone as well basically every few days i find out that another business is going to be leaving bevis and neighbors the 'cause they point directly outside their doors there's no parking the heavy machinery is constantly running in the dirt and dust is intolerable it all started with plans for the city streetcar line but after seeing how much that might actually cost mayor jenny durkan's office says it might not actually happen in march the mayor stopped the streetcar expansion the move came after an early view found a budget shortfall of nearly twenty five million dollars how did the streetcar project with a cost could spiral out of control get so far it's something city council has been asking and the city attorney's office is investigating jennifer sullivan komo news silence device that contract your cell phone and intercept information has been used by tacoma police for years komo's romero says that a judge has now find the city one hundred eighty two thousand dollars for deliberately withholding public records about the device city of tacoma is ordered to pay the fine as part of a lawsuit seeking public records about the device known as a cell site simulator scary it also has the capability to disrupt phone service for everyone nearby it has the capability to log all of the cell phone thereby as the capability to intercept information lisa nolan is with the aclu of washington which filed the suit on behalf of african american community leaders who are concerned about the effect of police surveillance particularly on young people now insist tacoma police had been using the device for at least six years without anyone's knowledge until two thousand fourteen one lawmakers then passed a law limiting their use but it's still happening we don't know our capabilities of the device it that's what we're trying to find out what the color police department has been very secretive about see romero komo news the city of seattle will not admit council members broke the law then reverse in a controversial employee head tax the city is willing to settle with a lawyer who claims they did james eagan sued earlier this month claiming city council members decided behind closed doors they would repeal the tax agin says that violates the state's open meetings act the seattle times reports city attorney pete holmes admits no wrongdoing but it is offering egan four thousand one dollars to settle the suit seattle is welcoming its largest athletic event ever this weekend sunday the special olympics usa games kickoff beth knox is president.
"bevis" Discussed on Q95
"Freshly back into the studio uk gone for a while there i was somebody was kind enough grace to make coffee during the break so i had to wait for the coffee to be finished mhm standing there watching it drip is that what you do standard in front of the drop microwave come on wait a minute here's one of the things i've ever done most of my day is spent waiting for food to be prepared but hey since the first time you said that have you it was really the only the second welcome back to the show have a lot to get to your christy what have you got over there hasn't jurors were stock aboard a train in britain after the driver got lost on the route from newcastle lost almost is that possible passenger jenny harvey tweeted friday that the cross country train harvey was lost somewhere near wait a minute of the references famous jimmy stewart movie harvey robert he's about six feet tall relatable because all of your references are so insanely relatable they switch tracks singer said she was lost somewhere near pantera fact and that the driver went the wrong way according to the orchard post the train was redirected to sheffield where passengers took a different trains of their intended destination cross country spokesperson confirmed the incident and said it's currently being investigated so i don't know why he got lost took it took a wrong turn somewhere but i thought people did that thought it was the tracks that moved in the train just kept going remember bevis guy driving a bus driver.
"bevis" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Nhs is you know he's running the players union same as isaiah thomas he's considered one of the most forceful personalities in the nba same as isaiah thomas he wants he's he thinks of himself as one of the smartest players in the nba same as isaiah thomas he wants to be is a at thomas i know that's what i'm saying ties air got two titles would and so that's what i'm saying he's falling short of that and that's why i think this is damage to his legacy the legacy he wants to have i don't think it's bad to want to emulate somebody or try to be like somebody and do everything that that person did you know especially when the guy was successful like isaiah thomas we look at what kobe did with michael jordan you know all the way down to the walk almost to the top five titles but he's happy would what he here i know he had his five and i don't think it is again to answer the question this is not going to hurt his legacy he's still going to be a hall of famer people would just have something say like he didn't wanna championship i know a handful of characters out here there's going to be in the hall of fame chris paul isn't the only guy with some pressure on him into night's game for but while most people think the rockets are feeling the heat down to one and on the road mike dan tony says the opposite is true right now to me goals has all the pressure there's still they gotta win the more you know we should come in with a whole bevis reiger giddy up in our name see he's right we're at home.
"bevis" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Yes his motivation was because he was looking at isis propaganda they did not to the best of my knowledge in what is reported do not have solid connections of him coordinating it or planning it with isis i mean he barely planned it at all he hooked up pulse nightclub in our before he did attack so but at i to me that's not that material it's still definitely terrorism and definitely because of this particular political costs okay now just look at a great job here in in talking to people in the community in covering the trial and you could tell in our reporting and we'll have the link to the article down below but she talked to some person there and i don't wanna pick it on them too much but it is a little bit disturbing terms of how all size these days are viewing a different stories so let me give you the port she says during the trial i spoke to one lgbt community leader there who said he would always know in his heart the mid teen pick pulse to kill gay people and that salman knew of his plans that's his wife no amount of evidence would change his mind he said i don't want to live in that world i don't wanna live in a world where a we don't care about bevis and that we nor facts and that we just go to what is convenient for us or what we already believed regardless of the facts no for god's sake for everyone sake for reasons sake yes you should care about the evidence you should care about the facts and if you got something wrong you should be clear about that in corrected and if your previous.
"bevis" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"The match you know and then you gotta go home and talk about it and so here we are we are at home we we take it we absorb it um but that's where endless good i'm so glad that you came yeah um to see us because i was like oh share our tie endagered embassy horner an amalgamated aranat amoco ray this morning well i tell you what i tell you are tired this morning i went to bed at three thirty a m m my measure was like ours you're sure that you were going to say like we have to cancel essence i was like that was never an option we lee would end rarer and addison because they will be like so amanda didn't come will mad at him really man we love up next more yes curled to come as non pet owners are eating person who grew up with dogs and pets only staying outside i want to know what is bark box backpacks is pampering for your pet meddling so for all my furby mama's out there means you have a dog or cat but um you know parked parked so if you okay so you know you guys have the we have they beauty boxes there you know the food the food back this bark box is like a good he box a monthly goodie bag service for your pet and you do and unblock thing and i'm trying to tell you guys karma get later bevis hamas various where obama anyway love the timing she really delivering her best thug life and the black box helps or do that so every month the bar box like pop picks them they pick the best all natural treves innovative toys to match the dogs needs which is what i like you put in like your dog's way you know vibe arm has is that right.
"bevis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"Is a business group pps nobody's heard opened their journey by moscow on the massive french multibilliondollar organization so they are a kind of very stable bluechip it even i will always and benkin never heard of them and while i was negotiating with them on the terms of the agreement we would have i was obviously trying to maintain the sense that we had other options but the truth is i will know whether he had any so london is still the best place in the world to stand not offend tech so identing it was ever any real consideration given to doing it somewhere else just about every fantastic you won't do business with is nearby often within walking distance of our office the lots of talent i hear this town with work in thanking of frost at me quite useful so there was no reason to consider operating from anywhere else we are appearing on being an international business next year meaning will be servicing members throughout lots of different countries and that inevitably makes us think a bit less is rooted in one country but rather servicing and international member base from whichever geography is the right place service them from thai this actually less stressful and other startups i've been at war with we always been wellfinanced in comparison with any other business i've ever been involved in the fundamental economics of the business are strong so we already make money allow members activity day not startups have negative margins and that's our way sweden but we're not in that place we have a fantastic culture where in the last two years we've never had a disciplinary issue in the employee or anything like that said to be honest this one is easy of some of the the previous visits absorbing them be much more.
"bevis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"And it wasn't going anywhere so vinci i came in and get a proper job like everyone else no tabasco's race out about about doing alright becoming i went to the new company other creditor training but it definitely wasn't what i wanted to be day some my career essentially has three elements to it overture irrelevant so i started out with capital one the american retail bank after that at different times i was strategy directorate barclaycard for business and protracted sniper the pdp lending cassesse also ran innovation for wall pay for obvious so i i've done my time the second science is that i've been often ah repeatedly in both full profits and not for profit initiatives so i the experience a lot of those pain point that's entrepreneurs suffer with lots of times over and the the third part is that i've done a lot on public policy relating to small smallest so in 2012 i wrote the british labour party's main book on small listens policy in 2014 i created their network of a few hundred digital professional so if you put those three things together which is a pretty kind of weird mix and it wouldn't really had up to anyone else his career in the world but actually for me it was it made it completely obvious that i would gun start tied so in as the entrepreneur i'd experience of these admin miseries of the bank robber felt like i knew how to fix the problem and from a public policy expected have very strong sense of the national and indeed international need the undeterred gun fixing.
"bevis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"You're listening to your rica a monocle 24 this week we hear the story of george bevis founder and ceo of the innovative thing tech company tide which is on a mission to revolutionise banking for small business this week george shares a story unless the students there's an exciting time i started as not credit when tony badghis on his election and those whole coup britannia mood in the air and so much as students who issing name change world i think my generation had a particularly strong sense of the after another tbilisi of all of us changing all aspects of a few of anti and while as the student added low stuff in student politics i thought a lot about potentially mean career in politics but i also graduated in two thousand men the dotcom bubble was as a peak actually the point that i left universe out already started a little south up to that point my immediate view with that i was going to be doing talking entrepeneurship sadly the dotcombubble had its own history to it happens and so did that that little venture it was like a very early facebook with the unfortunate failing that nobody yet she had digital cameras in those days so whereas facebook growth backup people checking each other out university checking allowing that just tax perverse wasn't quite exciting so we tried to him as startup in two thousand and did a reasonable festival in missouri different times no real support around for young entrepreneurs and let the loris now.