13 Burst results for "Bill Swallow"
"bill swallow" Discussed on The Business of Esports
"This is a fundamental problem. Right like games aren't like youtube videos. Where maybe this monetization scheme works. I think youtube because a really good video. The creator pours their time into a regular content creator. Twenty hours thirty hours forty. A good game is years. You know what i mean so the scale is different and the youtube model is already very controversial amongst creators. Right porting that over two games again it just again this. This reads very differently. If you're a if you are a massively successful platform we tons of users to dump on this. That feels then. This model feels fair to me. It feels like a publisher saying we will get a lot of people to play the game but you have to commit. The game is good enough to keep them back because our people are on subscription. So we need you to be making subscription games. That seems fair but this is that this is only the second part of the promise where on a subscription model we need you to make subscription games. But by the way. We're not you know like deal with all that upfront costs. Take that risk yourself. you know. it's it's a tough bill swallow and you know. I think some dabs will swallow either because they liked the potential of stadio or because they're already in development or because they have a title that they think might port. Well you know some people will take this up but again i think stadium needs a lot of developers to take it up with unique offerings and bold ideas. The article here mentions that some other subscription services offer a mix of upfront payment and then followed by this engagement based revenue. It also says it's a google rep declined to specify whether upfront payments are part of this. So i'll take that as no there are no upfront payments Curious what your what your crystal ball says on this and that will we see stadia lose developers. Yes yes i i would say that or rather it will encourage like the sorts of developers that might well. Yeah there. let's be like let me let me try to walk that back little. Yes i think. A lot of developers that wanted to do a heavy investment game will back away from the platform because there's now more risk associated with that business mall. I think developers who were looking maybe for more mobile games and again. We don't know how rewarding this monetization model is on recurring like maybe it's extremely competitive the compensation on recurring engagement and google's actually being generous here and saying no you know what we want a certain type of game but what this will do is encourage developers who want to make retention heavy games. Come to the platform i think retention heavy games our mobile games. I think that's really what this is coded us right. This is gonna make more mobile type games. come to the stadium platform faster to develop check in loops. You know all the things we associate with a mobile offering Maybe i mean maybe. That's a good direction for stadium. Maybe that's how stadium survives is kind of an exclusive. You know mobile store that you can play on your tv..
"bill swallow" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"bill swallow" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Here was the upset special colfax and alex smith and company. Getting it done the washington. Football team beat the steelers. Twenty three to seventeen. Let's his coming smith under pressure going. In so ps touchdown. Logan thomas in washington and extra point away from tying snapping hold are good and hopkins has got it down to down a one and the washington. Football team with the upset in pittsburgh and the steelers are undefeated. No more and it took between alex. Smith was the comeback player of the year before he even touched a football field colfax. You've seen pictures of his leg. Then you and i. We would still be lying if that happened to us. This guy's playing football any just beat the best football team in the nfl. Thirty one to forty six two hundred ninety six yards and a touchdown. I love that man. I just chills alex smith. What a great story in this terrible terrible year that is twenty twenty and finally the bills beat the forty niners. Thirty four to twenty four. The bills are nine and three josh allen. Thirty two of forty. Three hundred seventy five and four touchdowns. Bill swallow when you see you see josh allen do things like that and and drew locks kinda where he is at this stage and colefax knocking drew. Lock ally here at this this week. Can we have been for several weeks. I suppose but you're just not seeing the glimpses josh allen. Even at the beginning of the season. I was watching Good morning football on the nfl network elect to watch that in the early in the mornings. And the david said you know josh allen. Is this kind of he's just rebel. Going play really really good football and then suddenly you're gonna see just a crazy player to that's either going to result in absolute madness. And he he almost get sacked. He finds a way he throws up tip. It's caught firsthand. Whatever or he's going to get sacked fumble it crazy interception. He was doing some of that early in the season. He's cleaning up some of those early mistakes where his brain just kind of checks out for a player to and now he's got his team at a nine and three record and broncos fans today again talking about what could have been you know you and i were looking at that draft class from eighteen and denver passed on josh allen and lamar jackson. They were there you know. Bradley chubb is a fine player. But it's we're always talk about that for the rest of allen's career. He won't be known as the in. Especially if allen just goes on to really extraordinary things. He's going to be known as that quarterback that elway let get away and especially guys in his own backyard. Do we saw with phillip lindsay. We stay with josh allen. It's frustrating hi. Dan brady long time listener. First-time texter okay. Remind me again. How much better. The texans are than the browns. Yeah pillow fight. Dan and i had our our quarrel. I'll admit it you're right. The browns turned it around. I don't know how they've done it. I three weeks ago. I was questioning saying. This team has too good of a record. I don't understand that game over. The weekend was fun to watch though. Brown's look good yes colfax. I just wanted to point out that back in two thousand seventeen. The boise state broncos beat the wyoming cowboys brett rippin versus josh allen. Twenty four so are you saying we should give a shot doing that out there dynamite. So what was the staff. Do you have the box score. Brought up there. Yes what do you need. What was bread. Stick bread rippin. So yeah that line. Brad had fourteen out of nineteen completions. Hundred twenty four yards does sound interceptions. None of those. It was well see josh allen. Had a lot of those games wyoming. Josh allen had twelve twenty seven hundred thirty one yards one touchdown to interception up. Go back and look at a lot of josh allen games and you're going to see a lot of games like the game. They played a few years back in the snow game. I mean i get. It was snowing But i've seen quarterback threw for three hundred yards in snow. Game patrick mahomes does it all the time. So it'd be alan similar stats. So why was bred rippin. Why wasn't he drafted. Because i even all the the projections that i had. I figured rippin would go in the third or fourth round. You know. he was pretty good with boise state. never he doesn't get drafted. That's a great point. Well they were top twenty five team for a year to right. Yeah that last year before they typically are and rippin. We had the debate. Remember we did. We did a poll question for this. It was who was when cs. You still had nick stevens. It was who is gonna be the better quarterback this year. Nick stevens brett rippin or josh allen and i. I don't i'm not for sure on this but i'm pretty sure we got more votes for ribbon and i trust hooligans on this so maybe the answer is you know with or without drew lock you go into the offseason with both of those guys and you let them duke it out. I admit i wanted to see brett ripping. I i will say. I'm bummed about the whole quarterback room because it wasn't just drew it gets you know doesn't get a play. It's it's bread to and i wanted to see. I want to see more of him. But that's not. I can tell you that's is much as i want that to happen. Is that a game plan going in and if it fails which i would suppose an undrafted guy. Chances are you're gonna be broncos. Country is going to be at you again for going into an off season with a guy. You don't think drew lock and guides unproven abroad rippin. But i'm with you. I mean i'd like to see it. I'd like to see him. Get an opportunity sir. Charles quote of the day the eagles. They're actually no. Oh the giants you mean. The eagles are not The giants are actually playing some good football therefore five and seven leading their division. Isn't that like kind of like putting whipped cream on top of poop. Oh sir charles. charles Do the giants are pretty good. Did you hear colin cowherd. He'll he's gonna say it on the show today. I saw it as preview video. He thinks that the giants are better than pittsburgh. Now like right now. Put them up against each other. He's taken the giants to win. It's what he said. I mean he's yeah gets address. He said broncos whereas darkhorse super bowl. I think he'll syndrome drew. Lock the doors to the mvp. He in fairness he finally backs away from that to start. The season does it you. Can you hold it to them. If they back away. Right at the start of the season. I guess he must have got some payments he must have heard something he must have got some kind of insider information. That's like actually we're watching. Are you cool to dancing stuff that he does because that's coming to surface again. I'd prefer if he did backflips in there too. Yeah right. before he scores a touchdown that'd be best. Yeah i don't have a problem with it if it's a bronco pillow dance vilify. Dan says you'll be able to see more of rippin four years when he's in the xfl playing for the memphis. Hello i pay to go. See the memphis vs. Is that even a team. Because not a real the memphis honeybees like. Let's make that happen.
"bill swallow" Discussed on The Best of Stuff
"Taurean giving them each fifty thousand dollars in tuition assistance and sharing their speeches with the world. You are the ones that GonNa make a difference rollback all right so we sort of the general outline of what happened in the mid nineteen sixties. The this significant backlash to what had been for a while. Now at least a decade and a half of interesting in some ways very promising psychedelic research But by nineteen seventy or so drugs. Were public enemy number. One and scientific research in them dropped off. Dramatically encountered a lot of obstacles at that point. And it's only more recently that we've seen this renaissance of of psychedelic research. So I guess we might want to look at a question of like and this is something. That's hard to answer in a definitive way. But examining some possible reasons for the cause of the moral panic around psychedelics in the mid nineteen sixties. First of all I think some of it you could chalk up to a somewhat legitimate reaction to the perceived over enthusiasm of people like Timothy. Leary's some of the scientists involved in Psychedelic. Research were clearly not practicing the most rigorous objective science and were in cases turning into enthusiasts and Gurus. Something more like alternative religious leaders and the it's not surprising at all this caused a lot of skepticism and and And push back within the scientific community right. Yeah because here's here's leary this kind of weird and at times. Kinda goofy character In any times very profound in well-spoken He was he was a very charismatic guy. But you can you can understand. I think You know especially members of the older generation and more traditional folks Being a little suspicious of this character yeah Another big part of the backlash I think which pollen definitely acknowledges at length in his book is specifically. This is what we were talking about before the break. How scary it seemed that some psychedelic enthusiasts were recommending. Psychedelics to so-called has normals. You know just regular people it. The idea will tolerate a lot of different methods of treating people who are facing problems people who have mental illnesses or addictions And many of these solutions could include drugs even drugs that have a potential for abuse Because we think well it's you know it's fighting a problem and it's helping people get better. But what if a drug implies that the whole of society is sick and there's something wrong with the baseline culture that so called? Normal people could benefit from using it to affect change on themselves. Yeah I mean that's quite a pill to part bill swallow to to hear. Oh there's something there's something terribly wrong with us or there's something terribly wrong with the way. We're conducting ourselves in the modern world. I mean this continues to be one aspect of of the problem with communicating the dire Threat of climate change is because there is a certain amount of judgement to be placed on the way that modern industrial society has conducted itself. Well Yeah I think that's right. I mean there's always going to be negative reaction against any indictment that goes to our general way of life like we. We want to indict You know antisocial abnormality like the the murderer or you know somebody who did something very unusual but what if everybody is doing something that's harmful if if that's the case you WanNa make you're gonNA have a hard time getting people to accept it absolutely. Yeah I mean ultimately nobody. Nobody'S GONNA want everybody's afraid of change. Yeah and certainly the nineteen sixties were a time and where there was a great fear of of various changes. Not only the changes that were You know offered Or at least advertised by. You know the the PSYCHEDELIC counterculture. But also the fear of change via a political ideologies fear of communism. Yeah the fear of racial integration. You know all these various changes that were That we're taking place in society yet and so you can definitely see why there's a lot of fear around the idea of treating normality So Aldous Huxley in Humphry. Osmond were friends and wrote back and forth to each other in the nineteen fifties And a one letter that was quoted in Pollen's book that I thought was interesting. Were Huxley Was Writing Osmond. In nineteen fifty five about people taking compounds like Meskel in analysts and Huxley wrote quote. People will think that they are going mad when in fact they are beginning when they take it to go sane and also as Poland notes from his experience researching the book that there's this quote drift from the treatment of individuals with psychological problems to a desire to treat the whole of society and add this drift. He says a change that quote seems eventually to infect everyone who works with psychedelics touching scientists to and so I think everyone there is probably an overstatement. I think he's being a little casual but it does seem to me to be a startling trend. Maybe one that should give us pause. I don't know I mean it's worth considering that but like how many scientists involved in the In the investigation of psychedelics end up thinking that it shouldn't just be used to treat people in a clinical setting experiencing one problem or another. But it's something that So-called animals should take to improve their lives and improve the whole of society. Well I mean it's it comes back to the traditional uses of these substances in many cases they were they were not necessarily taken purely as as medicine for an ailment and in many cases just part of you know your your continued You know what? What would we describe now as mental health Yeah I mean That's a good point and while we certainly don't want to demonize these substances. I do think also. We should be skeptical of of that impulse. I mean it's worth asking the question. Is that correct or is that just is that over enthusiasm based on positive personal experiences that people have had. Yeah Yeah and then I guess you could also say it's kind of like if you're if you're acknowledging that their big almost impossible problems in the world wicked problems as the as we often refer to them things that seem insurmountable the kind of problems that make us in the lead leaders to be convinced that surely only the the return of savior or the interference on By by aliens could possibly help solve. Humans are just incapable of solving these problems on their own. Then perhaps we're putting we might be putting too much stock in the powers of of the PSYCHEDELIC substance to somehow fix that forest on an individual level or cultural level. Yeah I I think. That's a good point of comparison. I mean while While we certainly don't want to deny the evidence of the potential positive uses of these things you don't WanNa make them a god either. I mean you don't want to drift into the miracle cure mentality because a lot of these studies show quite frankly is that there is a lot of potential for psychedelics in in things like addiction and depression and all that. But they're not miracle cures. It's not like a you know this fixes all your problems immediately in the world's a perfect place now. There's another reason that we can go to to explain the The Anti psychedelic backlash. That I think is probably the most obvious one right. The counter cultural associations with and possible direct effects of PSYCHEDELIC use. Of course we all know. These compounds came to be associated with rebellion and rejection of mainstream culture and rejection of political authorities know Timothy leary would proclaim to people that kids who took acid quote won't fight. Your wars won't join your corporations. I mean that that's scary to the authorities right right. They're not gonNA fight our wars anymore. How are we going to? How ARE WE GONNA fight? They're not going to be a part of corporations. They're not gonNA found Silicon Valley corporations in the future. Well that's funny. I mean turned out to be true. A lot of the a lot of these Acid TAKERS DID TURN OUT TO BE BUSINESS leaders. It's obviously not a panacea against business. But I did want to quote a couple of sections from pollen that I thought were very very smart on this So I the first one is pollen said quote. Lsd truly wasn't acid dissolving. Almost everything with which it came into contact beginning with the hierarchies of the mind the superego. Ego unconscious and going on from their societies various structures of authority and then two lines of every imaginable kind between patient and therapist research and recreation sickness and health self and subject and object the spiritual and the material if all such lines are manifestations of the Appalachian strain in Western civilization. The impulse that makes distinctions. Duality and hierarchies and defends them then psychedelics represented the ungovernable deny she enforce that blithely washes all those lines away as beautiful. And that comes back to terrence McKenna's definition of them is boundary dissolving. Yeah and I think that's largely correct based on everything we've read but another passage that I thought was very interesting about this counterculture. Backlash is it. Goes like this quote for what other time in history did a society's young undergo a searing rite of passage with which the previous generation was utterly unfamiliar. Normally rites of passage helped knit societies together as the young crossover hurdles and through gates erected and maintained by their elders coming out on the other side to take their place in the community of adults not so with the psychedelic journey of the nineteen sixties. Which at its conclusion dropped its young travellers onto a psychic landscape unrecognisable to their parents that this won't ever happen again as reason to hope that the next chapter in Psychedelic. History won't be quite so divisive. Well I mean it won't happen quite the same way again. But as himself points out like he grew up in the dark times of You know he basically grew up in the moral panic period. Yeah so didn't really experiment much with psychedelics. When he was younger and really wasn't until quite recently as as an older man that he was able to really experiment with them and understand them in a greater sense so I feel like there are still going to be generated there. Well that last sentence may be far too optimistic in the main part I was thinking about was the beginning of this. He points out the idea of rites of passage that expand the consciousness. They are supposed to be passed on from parents to children. And we've generations together. And if the young acquire a consciousness altering rite of passage that the older generations don't have that can be terrifying the older generations. It's like they're not our children anymore. They've been initiated into some other tribe. No I think it's a great point. I mean yeah. This was a new rite of passage. That the older generation by and large had no experience with there's one other possible thing going on in the nineteen sixties that I think might be worth mentioning Which is We'll maybe we'll get into more detail about these studies in the in the next episode but there are at least a couple of studies have been reading from the last decade or so one from two thousand eleven and one from two thousand. Eighteen that are about adult personality change occasioned by use of psychedelics. You've got these various ways of measuring personality traits and and people. Might you know your personality. Might over time sort of be in flux but you know mostly you're traits are going to be pretty set by the time you're an adult you around a baseline you might hover and but there appears to be some evidence that using psychedelics can actually change adults personalities and so one of the many things that been observed is that for example use of psychedelics appears to increase people in a psychological personality trait that's known as openness to experience People who take psychedelics appear to increase in this. An openness is actually a highly socially significant personality trade Been associated with all kinds of other things in societies in various research. Like openness is highly correlated with With like lack of prejudice and lack of authoritarianism and stuff like appreciation for art and for other cultures and things I think you'd find the openness personality trait largely associated with like environmentalism and multiculturalism. Yeah I mean just if nothing else if you become more kneel Philip in you know You know attracted to new experiences. You become more attractive to travel than an traveling you're exposed to to I mean travel itself is kind of A. I think a lot in common with psychedelic experience. You know where you suddenly you're in in a place that is mostly the same at a little different and May people around you are different and yet the same and it forces you to sort of Reconsider who you are and the whole scenario so if this is true. Yeah the th there are these cascading effects from the use of psychedelics. That may be on a broad scale. Say Changing the personalities of young generation especially changing them in ways. That might not be so congenial to you. If you are Richard Nixon or something. Oh Yes that. These personality changes could be perceived as a direct threat to the polity of the country. Yeah and that's exactly Richard. Nixon saw it. I mean Richard Nixon is is is the anti psychedelic pre US president by far. Yeah I mean I..
"bill swallow" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Seven okay. Yeah weird numbers three boys because during that time edges running shit way no. I can't say that because I remember I was still watching. I watched wrestlemainia Detroit now So yet probably more like because when I was thirteen years ago boys. That's two thousand dollars. So probably nine hundred seventy two thousand seven thousand nine hundred ten thousand nine hundred thousand ten right before the network came out. We'll stay within a couple of years right. Yeah it's been a your uninvested after Wrestlemania twenty three because you said two thousand eight now. It's so basically wrestlemanias here. And then you were kind of done like you started poultry. All right W W network drops did bring it back in boys. Yes Okay and what? The biggest draws was the fact that we're going to offer you every couple of years into the WW network. How much did you really care about watching every pay per view? I mean care about watching every pay per view making sure you were GonNa Watch it. Maybe live within the first two years. I was pretty much trying to catch everything. But then also there was index-linked inex- t- talking about the wwe pay per view. Is something the things Ron smackdown the first two years. And then after that you were like. I'll watch it when it comes on when I decide to watch when I get a chance. Yeah I still but I make the effort to watch everyone on time but as it's on okay even even now like okay before even before the show if you're trying to watch live. Yeah because I'm like I really don't have anything to do. Sunday night's sleep for working. You know if there was an important football game on I'd probably but okay so Sunday night. Football could trump could. Could you imagine feeling like that in two thousand four two thousand three two thousand to two thousand one? I'll catch it when I can or I'm not as invested right now. No okay. It's many now mass. You a question. What a ww half to make WANNA do. Every month they had to make you. WanNa buy a fifty dollar pay per view that it builds storylines that lead into these fifty dollars patients us because they knew that going into like A. I'll catch it when I can was not an option. They wanted you to spend that money. Imagine wwe storyline. If they had to make you want to buy a pay per view again. Imagine what they could do if they felt their backs. Were against the wall to make you. WanNa buy half to a hat. Which inside this. Yeah my thoughts say Greta gets kicking a Dick. I'm not saying that this is a good idea for the fans but at the same time. Imagine if a year after if this goes through if there's no tiered ww network you gotTa Twenty Bucks or something on ESPN plus to watch every pay per view. Twenty thirty dollars. Whatever I swear to fuck Christ if it's fifty or sixty of his meal no matter what but to build that money because they have a partnership with ESPN where you have to buy these pay per views as they happen because look maybe they will give to you on on the wwe network. You get him three weeks later right. Watch your pay per view three weeks after it happens. Which means new storylines already going forward on smackdown well into Ron Smack. Now as a matter of fact there's probably another pay per view in a week after it becomes available on the w network so it's really fucking. Who GIVES YOU? Yeah if WWE was forced to put up the type of content that we all fucking loved and of attitude era early ruthless aggression era. We might see some of the best programming and wwe history so while the idea on papers nat for the fans. The bigger picture is the fans become fall back in love with invested. Yeah and creative is forced to actually do something good when you point out. The creed has been being forced to do something. Let's let's not. Let's rush it all over it. I really do because then you're just not looking at everything every. Wwe Is putting out amazing. Shit right now. It really is. I had to let them in that. Messiah Gimmick Oh the straight edge society gimmick. Loved it too? I think it's great. He's got disciples. And everything I was at home. Disciples don't just say so he is. Wwe Is putting now. Okay wait w put out good content right now nothing to wear your fucking wild from top to bottom of a show right but at the same time outside of and to be way and maybe that's only because it's a forty minute show. Nothing's making me feel great top to bottom. Aws Not even exte- is not. There's still a little bits and pieces. Roma are kind of bored with this. Yeah granted AWAC other fucking nitpicky moments not involved in and mostly with E W. It's not even match stuff. It's not even storylines. It's fucking that ref counter three count stuff right so. Wwe is trying to make you buy their product every month again. Wwe product has to be better. You're not going out there buying anything because you just think it's okay if you go by the toilet paper. Are you going to the toilet paper that you think is okay? You're going to buy the toilet paper that steady and great every time you've ever use your fingers never poked through unless you got a little bit too little you're going to buy the stuff that fucking stands out that stands up. You'RE NOT GONNA go. He's me likes poke through if you go by fucking shit at any type of grocery store. You're not buying just okay. You might every now and then I'll try this fucking off brand. Oh I'm going right back to fruit loops right or Golden Grahams or whatever not these fucking fake shit anything you fucking by is because you like it right now w w could be great again again regret I do not. I fucking hate you. You say you gotTA set no. It doesn't matter just because it's there on the t doesn't mean you gotTa fucking head. It's many complaining. I'm pretty sure you've stood in front of a girl like fuck my Dick and she was like. Oh there's a ball that right there doesn't mean you gotta hit it Sir. Abol sakers makes sense though. I mean when devil's advocate. No it really does because if I like you said you're GONNA pay for Shit that you like that. You want to pay for so right now to me. I agree W W has gotten better. I can't justify paying that much for a pay-per-view twenty thirty forty fifty dollars a month. But if the product is there and it man it is captivating it is exciting. It's making me guarantee to watch all three hours Monday and all three hours on Friday at the time it's on Yeah I mean I guess that in that regard it as a smart move over time and I honestly. I hope you're right about that because I want nothing more than wwe to be back where it was. That would be fantastic. I like the price point. You mentioned too like again. These are all these little variables and little scenarios. Okay well I'm paying five dollars a month for ESPN. Now you've got to pay twenty five dollars for the pay per view too. Yeah okay I if it's good and I want to watch it. Yeah all right. Yes sixty dollars fucking hard bill swallow. I mean look dude. We'RE PIGEON ABOUT THAT. For a w like fifty fucking dollars. Yeah for this pay per view right now but Darryl and doing what by quarterly than doesn't matter it's still like Nwea twenty bucks and it's way better say painful what it is to spend that much money no matter how how often it is the WW network has conditioned us to pay ten bucks a month so when we were talking about what price is too much for aws. Everyone was like anything over Thirty Bucks. Probably too much right. It's not like they've put out anything spectacular since Viking double or nothing bessinger done this far. You know it's real wrestling says sixty s steep. That's a lot of money for a pay per view Especially now right lesbian. If you WANNA take this political quickly to an extent as and we're going to stay very far away from total politics on his as the amount of money spending is going up. The amount of money making is staying the same right so a sixty dollar pay per view. I watched something was like someone was like In nineteen eighty five People were the the spending money was like a hundred thousand dollars per what people were making right. And now it's like thirty five thousand dollars versus what people are making because they can't spend that much because every more expensive but you're still making the same amount of money. I'm not trying to go into any raise minimum wage or anything like that. I'm saying that it's more difficult to spend that money now than it was before. That's why streaming services are so fucking popular people dropping two hundred bucks a month and they're fucking cable bill and then everything's like well. If you break it up you could spend this much and you could save like eighty bucks a month okay. I'll break it up as much as eighty bucks a month. That's all I did have cable. It was like almost sewer bucks a month but then I start bringing like Netflix. At the time it was still ten bucks That had who now is like I'm pretty much. Are you nuts like eighty dollars a month? Give or take just during the services right but it's still cheaper than what you were dropping for. You're right it's the same fucking thing. Now granting nine hundred nine again is a fucking steal but if it jumps to twenty bucks a month fucking ww network. And I get all the paper views. When they're airing life. I mean fucking in you know. It's and then nick like you said let's say it goes twelve ninety nine and then they're like but you gotta pay ten bucks or fifteen bucks more if you want this pay per view. If I wasn't doing this show and I didn't have buffalo wild wings to do it at. I would very much likely only be doing that for four of them unless something sold me. Yeah again. It's still cheaper than what we did before. But if this comes around to be in the exact same price point as it was during the attitude era during the beginning of the roses aggression era most people are GonNa opt out and that's just fucking economics as not even left..
"bill swallow" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The Valley of the Sun John and it's about five five hours to my north limits by West We have our thirty first team in the National Hockey League. Of course they are not the newest team that Seattle franchise will be the newest team and Thirty two I mentioned is such a perfect number in the national football league It will be for the National Hockey League as well but Instant success isn't what the the old guard wants to see. And that's exactly what We we offer from Las Vegas in the sport of Hockey I I think that we saw the heat win pretty quickly in the NBA. Of course the MARLINS won twice in their first seven years of existence in Major League Baseball. We saw the diamondbacks win the world series in their fourth year of existence Some of those host. The you know and then on the other hand you have the Houston Texans and the Cleveland Browns. The latest expansion teams to be added to the National Football League in Nineteen eighteen ninety nine and I believe two thousand two respectively But not a lot of headway met Ma made there with the Browns owns and the Texans as far as expansion teams in the NBA again. You had The Miami Heat Win titles in two thousand six two thousand twelve two. Two thousand thirteen The Hornets never been to the finals. The magic have been to the finals twice. The timberwolves never sniffed the finals. The Grizzlies have never sniffed the finals and the Raptors two games into their history of playing in the NBA finals. And you know we'll see how the rest of that series pans hands out. But the as far as new teams they don't get a lot of love. Seattle Mariners came around and like seventy nine And they have yet to to play in a world series. The Toronto Blue Jays came around that same time. I think it was seventy seven. Came around and seventy seven and and They won the world series in nineteen ninety two and nineteen ninety-three but then you think about a team that came on in nineteen sixty nine the Seattle pilots. They they survive a year in Seattle in Seattle. Then they move over to Milwaukee they become the Milwaukee brewers they have been to the world series exactly one time and they lost us to the team down from Surrey's the Saint Louis Cardinals. That's not possible in this day and age the The brewers what's like the Houston Astros. Who once upon a Donald Francis An expansion team in their own right have switched leagues. It almost seems like at some point. Those two teams should switch back by your DC Milwaukee in the central. And I just don't know Yoji Send Kansas City. Kansas city royals fit in the American League League West. If you do that gotta swap you. Put the Astros back in the national league central. And you take the brewers you put them in the American league central. I think you can push the Kansas Kansas city royals to the West and Does that screw anything up. That's always the question with expansion Yoyo with with Seattle coming into the League the Arizona coyotes are going to move into the central division Asian in the NHL where they'll play like Saint Louis Chicago. Minnesota Dallas Nashville a lot more than they'll play the California teams. It just adds up the logical move. Sometimes when it's really illogical for everybody else of course you don't think of the Texans and the browns says the latest expansion teams. I think that you still think of that. you'll those cities has havoc teams. You more and more so the titans and the Ravens is being the expansion teams CBS even though they were the uprooted existing franchises from Houston and from Cleveland. Originally but it happens it happens bins It's just a it's tough bill. Swallow for at least the browns because the Carolina Panthers Jacksonville Jaguars both played in the AFC championship their second year in existence. Back in nineteen ninety. Six Chris Brown's Didn't exist in ninety six or ninety seven or nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight but When you saw Carolina and Jacksonville good immediately yet good hopes for the Cleveland expansion franchise and they made sure they being the powers that be the NFL that were embarrassed by brand new teams taking over the League? And I don't know how they feel about Vegas in the NHL because that's that's your prime example If not for the MARLINS ORLANDS and the Arizona diamondbacks in Major League baseball but You know we've Gotten Carolina the Super Bowl twice they have not wanted. Jacksonville has been to the AFC AFC championship I WANNA say like three or four times so he could because they got there right away in ninety six They had to have been there. They were probably. They're against Tennessee. In Ninety nine they were just there. It gets New England a couple years ago. Maybe it's only three times it might be more than that with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the funky new colors. And these these outrageous mascots you know the the Toronto Raptors taking advantage of of Jurassic Park coming out around the same time I think they came into the League in Nineteen Ninety Five. We tried basketball in Western. Canada didn't stick so we move into in the middle of the US. AVAI IN MEMPHIS. And I'm not sure that Memphis or Vancouver as particularly noticed. The shift has happened and it happened a a very long time ago. So I kind of over the expansion cure. Of course you know I moved to Phoenix in two thousand and one about six six weeks before the diamondbacks won the world series and You know it was it was it was nice to experience what it felt like to have a winner in town. Even though it was a different feeling feeling for phoenix to watch the diamondbacks win. You know it almost felt like it was on fair. The these teams did have the advantage of having having a clean slate. They could make just stupid moves that as much as Jerry. Colangelo gets praised in Phoenix The way that the divac were built they were built to win immediately. Really and then they throw all caution for the future into the wind and I think that we saw that with the Marlins as well and part of it might be sour grapes grapes on my part at least really nine hundred ninety seven. Marlins were a complete team of mercenaries that were sold off for pennies on the dollar after the season. But Hey the you know. They got their world series series. Tampa doesn't have that. You Know Vegas Vegas More Stanley Cups than quite a few teams in the NHL. The heat the Hornets the pardon me the Hornets the magic the row the the grizzlies the timber wolves you you think of your. You might think of the Oklahoma City and the Pelicans as expansion teams in the NHL. But you're actually the most recent expansion team. I didn't even write them. Down would have been the Charlotte bobcats that became the Charlotte Hornets expansion it. Yeah it's it's a weird thing that it was. It was a remarkable failure for Charlotte and I think to this day. It remains exactly that when we got anything going with that Charlotte. NBA Franchise at least the early in the NHL. The Minnesota wild silence have made some noise for a little bit of a while. The San Jose Sharks. I mean you think about half the League is basically the original six plus maybe four or five more than others about twenty teams in the Nhl Hall that have bizarre colors. Don't play in the right market and you just don't look at them the same as you look at at the old old-guard and I think that's fair and I think that You know I I'm over expansion. I think that we're GONNA see Seattle. Get a hockey team. Vigorous Seattle all eventually get an NBA team. And there's one more market that's going to get the NBA. I really couldn't tell you for sure where that is whether they try Vancouver again maybe they go to Mexico City I. I really don't know where they're trying to grow this game. Where they they really have a realistic chance? I you know other than Seattle of course of growing the NBA. And that's that's what it is about it. You know it's deluding your product but it is expanding your market. I I'm a little bit over it You know other than Vegas. I'm not sure. What the next expansion team there? We're going to see when as you know of course Toronto reaching the NBA Finals in twenty nineteen gene is a big deal others quite a few teams that have not done that And then again the Texans and the browns browns waiting eating for their first playoff win since they returned to the League but You know there. There's team like buffalo and sits abby that Have not the expansion. Excuse abuse but it's still something that plagues those organizations you know. You don't become legitimate until you win a championship if I- yourself in the playoffs and regular basis no no longer find yourself laughing stock of the League. My Name's Jeff Rich. It's sports overnight. America talking about jumping the.
"bill swallow" Discussed on Hysteria 51
"Just waiting for it was at like the today secret work. Ah I tell you man. Literally there is a video of something getting blown up and people are just like Yup. That was the Black Knight satellite and they leaked it us The the thing with this is the story goes gone and on on the talk about how the Aztecs Saad and worshipped at Philip K Dick Getting communications from Epsilon Nu Otis Philip K. Dick's another name. Among names in the allergy world navy ships and planes detecting it and picking it up on radar. I mean unfortunately we just had to pick a spot and say there it is what do you think what's your over under. What's sure thoughts could something like? This exists and if it did what would it been here for if it was real what do you think were they. Put it here for well. Originally when we we were going to be doing this episode. I started doing some research on Black Knight and I ended up watching two hours of Martin Lawrence and I was like what is okay. Then I realized It wasn't a two thousand one movie. This is actual conspiracy theory that I found that and My overall consensus is is that it was and SDS mission with their blanket. The just got loose use during a spacewalk. If there had been a probe here for thirteen thousand years why what what would what would some outside what ever why would they put their anything Just to keep an eye on like Oh. Here's a civilization but thirteen thousand years ago. I think that's an ice age. I think thinking thank you didn't out. Yeah Yeah so we had you know SID and Whatever that frigging trying to think of the movie is as their names? So My joke is lost Dennis O.. Vian and the NFL's Would have been gone that they would have done. The Soviet NHS were last year about fifty thousand years ago neanderthals about one hundred thousand years ago so we would have just been us some interesting on. Was I think watching Joe Rogan or something. I can't remember who had on there as as a guest but they were like. Hey have you checked out. The video of there's like is in these apes like wild apes in that are starting to use tools now because they see humans using tools and her saying that basically apes have entered entered into like the stone age no shit and so like they're evolving somewhat or evolving somehow so Planet of the apes the they say fourteen thousand eight hundred years ago. The humid Humid period begins. North America Erica. We had the glacial period was ten to thirteen thousand years ago. That was the last glacial period. We were still hunter gatherers. Twelve thousand in years ago the domestication of the goat happen. So yeah we were. We were living in caves and running around not far off of those. Yeah though I mean we were a little bit better than the Stone Age Primates that's a scary thing though I don't it's scary but yeah I saw video. Yesterday I was scrolling through the Internet. You know all of Youtube video of like a chimpanzee checking came out like he was on a cell phone looking at pictures on instagram and stuff like he was using it properly clicking on pictures clicking back scrolling down clicking another picture sure here's watching videos of like other chimpanzees that's pretty impressive. What you're doomed? We heard fucking do we. We had a good run chimpanzee apocalypse. -Talian man I tell you this thing was real and it's in orbit for thirteen thousand years. I mean it would have been a couple of things. It brings up so many so many fun ways of thinking like would they have known where it was just there to see. See where we were going to go. Was it someone who seated us. Was it something that just checking on the earth to see when we reach a certain periods of they can come conquer harass. What is what is its purpose? I mean if we would have to know what the purpose of the probe is number one before we could really say one way or what it's for and that's a hard thing for bill swallow sometimes when you don't know if it was true but the problem is we have so much grasping at straws people are are taking bits and pieces. We'll test us this and lapasset this and Dunkin said this and we have this photo and they're just putting things together that don't really fit in in my book and I put. I put zero weight behind the Black Knight satellite but knowing that this is a black knight satellite April twenty seventeen if the luminosity did shoot a rocket I it was probably just a flesh wound us. Let's play let's my thoughts on it and that's my horrible horrible analogy to to end this episode. What really matters what really matters is what are fair listeners? Think if you guys want to let us know please let us know what you think GonNa Stare nation just.
"bill swallow" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Car challenge every see for season three and four season tour. They're gonna be giving away one of their key one sim racing chassis. I took delivery of mind this weekend still putting it together length basements a mess but a really cool prize died about severed ever heard but's. It's going to be given away to a random participant in that series. We ought to be able to announce the winner. Earns podcast right from the end of the season shipbuilder gets direct very cool hadn't looked looked at the calendar that far all right. Let's get kicked off nascar at bristol under the lights. One of my favorite races of the season chris tells about it well greg denny hamlin taken that checkered flag and i know that this one was a tough one a tough bill swallow for a lot of nascar nation that is really rally behind matt di benedetto losing his riding. The ninety-five carthy end of the season benedetto comes home second and one of the interesting things about this ryan newman took a lot of flack lot of flack for racing matt to benedetto as hard as he was a lap car but guys you got to remember ryan newman's racing for a playoff spot to map have to benefit matt to benedetto takes victory it gets that much harder for ryan newman to make it to the playoffs so he had something the race for their he wasn't just blocking and being a pain in the but everybody you know he knows that benedetto takes a victory the mets won more playoff spot that he can't secure what i did really like to see though is <hes> immediately really after the race course you d and the emotional interview but then denny hamlin first thing that happens whenever it gets the mike in front of says i am sorry but i also have to do what i do for my team and for my sponsors and that my job is to go win the race and he you know there's no way he can not try to win that race. I mean that's what he gets paid too right so. I don't feel like he did anything wrong. You know school that he certainly felt some emotion and felt bad but hey you know he had the opportunity. He's got. He's got to go for the win. He's a racer and the fastest car did win that race. I mean he hawked him down from. I think two and a half seconds back with like thirty to go and and just a tenth year seven hundred is here and and it was a good race you know the interesting thing to me at the beginning of the season. I think there were a lot of us that wondered if denny hamlin was still going to be in that eleven car next last year because obviously there is a lot of talent at joe gibbs racing at the lower levels and you know everybody has been saying well. You know it's time for christopher bell to move up and obviously that's something we're going to see because we have worked with c. Bell you know at chili bowls on all sorts of things and haven't see bell in the cup. Series is just another great. I racer that's running towards the front but denny hamlin is i feel like he's kinda saved his position in the eleven car same way that simon passionate did in indycar indycar with team penske when he won the indy five hundred but denny hamlin wednesday toner wins multiple other races at this point. He's my pick for the title. I mean rumor has it that <hes> kristof christopher bells taken matt seat right. I mean who knows if that's true or not but there's a lot that goes into this. It's not always about performance. You can have a great season. There's a lot of money involved involved in nascar. Race gets kind of the part. That doesn't get talked about enough right. It's i mean look at last year's truck champion right loses reid you might win the championship again this year right moffitt but he lost a ride to guy presumably brought more resources to the team and then he goes to another team and he still you might win the championship. I it's not always about talent. It's not saying that christopher bell's not talented but there's more to the piece of the puzzle. I guess than than just winning races also kevin a little bit of excitement for erasing your the xfinity race yeah. Timmy hill had a career best seventh place finish in the race at bristol which it was pretty exciting. He's <hes> one of our peak. Series drivers has been for years <hes>. It's fun to watch him at the track. He's a great guy. You know obviously he's not in you know maybe the <hes> top car but to have such great finish was really cool to see move it on. Let's talk about indycar at pocono and the second year in a row at a really rough the accident. A lot of question marks a lot of comments <hes> kevin what were your thoughts. I mean that was a rough. Turn one lap one that was yeah absolutely got to steal a phrase from chris. I want royalties lots of thoughts. Go through my head poconos a tough one. <hes> you know if if indycar never went back to pocono you know i suppose i'd be okay with it. There's just so many you know tough memories for me a racist there and you know what caused this incident. I don't know we could debate that forever but put it. It's such a it seems like it's such a dangerous track. <hes> when there is an incident it it goes badly. <hes> just watch the video. You know that but here's the thing was this a track issue on this. I don't think it was this was sato. Run run no question. That's how to run. <hes> he was about a quarter of the way clear though and decided to hang a left and rossi and then we saw what happened now right on the straightaway straightaway and he's there's a lot of back and forth on social media in interviews and whatnot. I have my thoughts sato. This one's on you buddy. I think you should be suspended. I think there's talks being suspended you you can't do that in an open wheeler and open wheeler requires a little bit more finesse <hes> that causes a big accident nascar which you know cars. Don't take flight like they did so glad to see everybody. Walk away from that one all right for sure especially glad to see everybody walkaway especially considering what we've seen at pocono over the past few years i guess yes my first thought process when we were talking in pre-production about. This incident was well if you did that in i racing race. Would you be suspended from the service and i i guess that's kind of where i come down. You know i don't know i don't know what you guys think there but i kinda i would kind of aligned with that. I mean it's it's a tough deal. Oh but the fact of the matter is you can't win the race on lap one. I know that soto's philosophy has always been no attack no chance and it makes him immensely popular. I remember it indy the what was it seven years ago when frankie one and he was going into turn one trying to make the pass trying to get that indy five hundred win which eventually did earn but you know lap one nine thousand nine of two hundred might be the place for that move lap. One is probably not the place for that move but i feel really bad for the promoters at pocono pocono who've always put in fantastic effort in every race that they did have just continued to have to deal with sort of the stigma of racing at that track greg. You asked if it's a track track issue or whatever the track's different all the tracks are different. You know in india's super fast. Doesn't you know but the corners are different and set up the cars different. It's not nearly as wide you know. The cars at the start of this pocono race were five or six wide going on the front straight which is super spectacular <hes> <hes> but does that mean people race differently. I suppose it does see that's. That's my thought i'm i'm curious. Whether the guys at pocono would consider narrowing doing the straightaways chokepoints are so big especially going into the tunnel turn because you are you. Don't show that much going down into turn one a little bit but there's there's several lines. You can take their turn one. You can hang it three wide through the entire corner if you have to with room to spare on both sides but the chokepoint returned to their is nasty it really pinches inches down. It's hard to even go to wide through their let alone three wide so when they're three and four white on the backstretch and all of a sudden everybody has to get line. You see what you saw there so almost like like moving the barrier out and obviously these things cost money but at what point is it worth it to keep the race and maybe some of the issue would be safety improvements so the cars i. I know that they're working on the windscreen for next year. That's controversial. anything. They can put on an open car to keep people alive. I'm in favor of. I don't care if it makes the car quote ugly or not. I think that they should be working to save. Drivers lives the new a._f._p. The thing that are are racers hated when it first came out that cone in front of the front onto the driver james hinchcliffe from taking a shot a piece of carbon fibre flew off and smack that things square could have easily gone through adviser who knows maybe it would have missed him. We don't know no but it was headed towards them and that could have caused a lot of damage. That wasn't the only racing happening this weekend. Chris you out in vegas out in the dirt. Yeah greg. I mean desert desert off road racing. It's a little bit different from the short course stuff that we have on. I racing right now but a lot of the lessons that we learned over the weekend actually apply to some of the stuff that you're doing doing in lucas oil off road on i racing we went five hundred and five miles through the desert like i touched on at the top of the show and one of the biggest things that we had to deal with the entire day a managing our equipment it was almost one hundred and ten degrees out there for most of the day so we were dealing with overheating issues a lot of time in the lesson that we learned was we had had to drive it about seventy five hundred eighty percent not me personally and that's probably for the better but i was reading the chased with jim and <hes> his team <hes> just sort of monitoring everything that was going on while we were out there and <hes> you really have to manager equipment and you really had to drive safe and smart and frankly if you're taking on lucas oil off road racing the first time i think that sort of philosophy maybe dr eighty percent or so. The first first time is really going to serve you well. The fact of the matter is you're not going to get better at these things unless you're turning lap after lap after lap and that means not not dumping it and turn one yes exactly you can't just gun it. I mean we had a driver. Change and you know in this race. I mean this is a desert endurance race. I mean the guys were doing five six hours stinson time but feeling out the car after the first driver change the car went into limp mode about five minutes in because because you know trent jim's brother when he first got in sort of feeling out the car..
"bill swallow" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"We, we would talk in a lot about the whole Muller statement today, and the telegraphing that's going on between a Muller and the Democrats in the house of representatives, and gosh, just he's on every channel swale. Well is on every channel. It's remarkable. He just pops up and he starts talking about. Nobody's more ready to impeach Donald Trump than me on the most impeachment ready guy ever. And when I'm elected president, we're going to impeach Donald Trump. Erica. If you're like the president, first of all the world has ended Secondly say, there's been a tragic event involving the wipe out of all the other candidates. Thirdly, Eric, if you get elected there's no impeachment of Trump because you won the election fourth. Please stop using the Federal Reserve to pay your bills because you're a dead vs. And that story was reported widely, and I don't get why you get airtime when you don't pay your bills, you should not get on MSNBC when there's a good possibility that you're not paying your Comcast cable, Bill. Come on. So he's on there with Ed Henry. Now, he was on with John's favorite guy, Chuck Todd. Just a couple of hours ago. Love to touch. Meanwhile, somebody did you see the story somebody tried to set themselves on fire outside the White House. What the hell was okay? Spontaneous combustion, baby. No, no spontaneous. It was not. It was not incubus this, this was, this was a guy who lit himself on fire in front of the of the White House. That's that's punk rock, right there. He's doing whatever he can to get it. Yeah. I predict I'm gonna make a prediction about avenue. He's going to get arrested in the next ninety days for attempting to scale, the White House fence. Oh, yeah. Because he's going to he's going to get like a half a half a handle of captain Morgan's spiced rum, in and he's going to try to climb the fence and call the president out to fight him on the lawn. Now, would you want to see that video if he came out if President Trump came out and fought my Kavanagh d on the lawn of the White House, the ad? But, you know who I want to see a fight Mike ninety I who for some reason, Chris Christie. I would say if I'm if I'm President Trump standing Christie out their mouths Christie's, the kinda guy Christie's, the kind of guy, what you these the guy in a movie that they hit him with a chair and the chair breaks over his head. He keeps coming at you like he's like a Luca Brasi character from the governor was going to hurt me, and just they break the chair right over his head and he keeps coming goes. Where's my intimate? Yeah. Where's where's my cake? Where's my cake? At I just I just think it's I think it's an unbelievable thing when you when you consider what it is. That's happening. And how it is it that happens at a given point. I I just I just. Mazing stuff. We, we are watching amazing history today. I mean he's ever done on you like how weird it is Beddoes on MSNBC again. So there's a guy who was busted breaking into a house, he was doing breaking and entering. And when the cops arrived, he was telling the people and telling the cops that it was okay because he was a Betto aid. He was he was working on the campaign. So do you know this is really dangerous? Now, think think about this. You got to really think we're living in the age of creepy news. Creeps weirdos criminals, all sorts of people with twenty five candidates for president. You are going to have people posing as presidential candidates who are not really those people. You're going to have people posing as I'm the campaign manager for Senator yoyo, and I need, I need forty bottles of brut champagne brought to this house for reception. Give me an invoice, pay you later. I mean there is going to be because these are Democrats, and everybody knows that they don't pay their bills swallow. They don't pay avenue. Have an audience small. Well, they got a bad track record when it comes to paying their bills, and I'm just telling you, I think with this many people running in this many places you're gonna tell me like you couldn't go into a. Hardy's in South Carolina, and be like I need forty seven chicken sandwiches, because I'm working on the Jill brand campaign and just go ahead and go invoice the headquarters for the for the heart east chicken sandwiches. And we also would like what else you got? You got some pale ale. We'll take take a take a keg of that too, and your best IP, please. We need your best. We need an MBA. We also need some Belgian Belgian Trappist sales. Yeah. Please the good stuff. Yeah. If you've got any of those silos Sivan things, you magic mushrooms, who's on here on behalf of the campaign. We're, we're gonna use them at a campaign stop. We're actually going to go. We're going to go to a Bernie Sanders campaign event, and we're going to hand out magic mushrooms, deci wha Simon, and those people are all going to be so, so stoked, because it's going to be nineteen sixty seven. Okay. Nancy pelosi. For the last twenty five minutes we did 'em for 'em, which is not men for men is not a weird dating term and was messages from other, I'm going to broaden the spectrum as we move through this hour. I'm going to give the opportunity she's in our state. She's in our state as we speak. She's up in San Francisco, Sasha hip waiters. So as to be protected from the knee deep feces and needles up there in San Francisco. She was at the Commonwealth club doing remarks today so I'm going to widen the field. If you have a message for Pelosi based on the Muller statement today, based on the direction the way this is all going. I want you to feel free to give us a call at eight hundred seven sixty KFI eight hundred seven sixty five three six two and share with the world. Your message for Pelosi. If you've got a message from on, you're on hold stay there. I will come to you. But I hear is speaker Pelosi at the Commonwealth club today. Let me apologize in advance. You're going to be so annoyed by what she says you are going to want to drive nails into a. Concrete floor with your forehead, but here is Nancy Pelosi dancing around the idea of impeachment of President Trump go. This morning. We all heard on their patriotic American his presentation, I'll have the deepest respect for special counsel, while now, former special counsel special came to say Gloria indicated he did say if you saw any evidence that the president was not. Was innocent. He would have let us know if you've had any. Right. There's. If he had any evidence that the president was innocent. He would have let us know. What is the central Tenet of the American criminal Justice system, innocent until proven guilty in Nancy Pelosi's world, the president is presumed guilty and Bob, Muller's job was to go out and find innocent. Okay. It's going to be a great way to run the system. Okay. Nance go, go ahead. But he didn't think that was very very important. I am gravely disappointed in the Justice department for their attitude. Other misrepresentation of the Muller report to begin with there, hiding behind something that you could never find in the constitution that the president is above the law, and they're misrepresentations, even under oath by the attorney general to the congress of the United States for decisions in five days, very important to advancing are getting the facts for the American people getting the truth for the American people, where they will lead us, we shall see nothing is off the table, but we do want to make compelling tastes such an ironclad cast case that even the Republican Senate which at the time seems to be. Not eight an objective jewelry. Okay. So say what she's saying? If she had any evidence that Trump was innocent, it would all be stopped, but she wants such an iron clad, case that even the Republicans in the Senate who are the jurors would be on board with throwing out of office. So she wants evidence of his innocence, and barring that she wants so much evidence of his guilt, that, even the Republicans have to have to acknowledge that he needs to be thrown out of office. So they're going to do all this research, and they're going to run all these six committees, and they're going to investigate everything you can't about Trump, and it's going to take them like three years to do this. Impeach Trump in twenty twenty three watch watch. What happens next if you've got a message for Pelosi and M F P. We want to hear from you. If you've got an m for 'em. We want to hear from you and Jack in oceanside has a message for Muller. Jack in oceanside. Go ahead. Okay. My message is what happened to the grand jury. I thought they're supposed to indict get ahead grand jury grand juries that did some indictments, right? You, you. You, you hadn't done decision to indict Trump was up to the grand jury molar. Well, well, see, that's where it gets tricky, because you have the office of legal council directive, the Muller decided to follow that said that you can't prosecute a sitting president difference between prosecuting and indicting. Now, let me give you an example, but, but it's not because if he doesn't think he can he doesn't think he can charge a sitting president, he's not going to submit the president for indictment. Well, the conduct in question occurred during the campaign in the transition in Trump was not a sitting president and nobody's a sitting president now where he would face the you could you could indict them for that period of time during the he's, he's, he's a sitting president. He said he said he, he said as much about that. He said he was not going to do that. And that wasn't the case. You can't go back in time and unprecedent Trump and then prosecute him when he's not president anymore because then you wouldn't be able to not how it works. Muller said it was going to the point is, is you can't indict the sitting presidents. Correct and Trump. Wasn't jack. Jack Jack, it's cleverness with Jack five day ban, five ban. I'm really sorry. Man. I'm asking me questions. I'm giving you answers Muller said it is statement that he wasn't going to indict the president because that's not the venue, according to the office of legal council directive in the department of Justice. So you want to indict them for prior bad acts. Fine. When are you going to end item? You'd have to indict him after he leaves the office. He's currently the president Muller's out of business. Tell me how that works..
"bill swallow" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Welcome back to the reconquer show on a freaky Friday. Feel so good that it's Friday. And of course, if it is Friday, you know, we've been talking with our friend John Hugh, saying John Smith sticking around, buddy. We appreciate it. When we when we left off here we were talking about or I was about to talk about the combination of how Trump took what looked to be a winning hand for a few days in the new cycle and manage to so destroy it with his with his his support of the court case on doing away with ObamaCare pretending that he had a plan ready to go only to turn around twenty four forty eight hours later say no what maybe not so quick, but we'll have it after the election. So he chatted there. And then he tells us he's going to close the Mexican border that freaks out all sorts of people as they're watching the economy slide down the drain, and then he turns around forty eight hours later. Says well tell you what I'm going to give them a one year. Warning. This is your official warning. This is my red line. The upshot of all the man the man literally has gained nothing from this thing that he considers to be. An exoneration. His polls have. Yeah. It's almost like self destructive because his dad didn't hug him enough. And again, the irony of Joe Biden, right and the war on drugs. You left out the fact that his? Secretary destroyed the Special Olympics the day after exoneration. Yeah, you know, the the closed the border also released a budget where they're going to gut Medicare brag and brag on the campaign trail, but he was the only Republican that was never ever going to cut Medicare the guy flips Krakow snaps. He says I really wanna show you might tax returns like Nixon did when he was under audit. But I just can't I really wanna show. You are amazing healthcare plan been promising you for the last four years that is lower premiums better coverage by just can't you gotta wait two or years to know what that is. And I really want to release the full report. But shucks, my soccer fan believe all the other lies Bill swallow this one too. He's like he's like the human equivalent of a hollowed out inflatable at a car dealership. He's just blowing in the wind with wherever he's gotta go. And fortunately, we as a base that fact resistant, they will never check anything. Trump says. They don't wanna president. They want a ruler. The one thing that unites all Trump supporters penchant for terrorism. They're very nice people. But they are forgetting the fact that free society with a democracy, even in the legend, partial, democracy, like we have it's all about the great, and that's hard and lights heart and being adults are but while in a world where it's all been reduced like and dislike a lot of people are ignoring the shades of gray in our society to follow blindly, a reality show, landlord who's got steak hair fake and bake billionaire became a politician of fake racist birth certificate, scandal and complaints about fake news. If you just joining the program, we're speaking John Fuego, saying host of tell me everything on Sirius. XM insight channel one Twenty-one. John. I wanna get your take on something. I'm last night. We learned that congressman Tim Ryan is going to run for the presidency. Now. Most people that I've heard comment on this kind of writing it off their saying, yes, I need you know, another person entering the race. But there's something about Tim Ryan that I think deserves additional conversation as I've been listening to what all of the candidates in the Democratic Party have to say, there's some interesting policy discussion somethings. I like something's maybe not as much, but the one thing I'm noticing. None of them appear to be speaking to that that white worker who is not college educated who I believe not only holds the result of the next presidential election in their hands. But in many presidential elections to come these are the people that made Donald Trump president and they made him president because they didn't feel there was anybody, including in by the way, who spoke to them who spoke their language who had any sense of what their life is like Tim Ryan does have that sense. Are you picking up anything? Amongst the democratic candidates. That says yet these people understand and relate to the very people who made the Democratic Party. What it was before they decided to lead them. Well, I'm glad Tim Ryan is getting in because it's nice to see some white men having a place at the table in politics. So that you know, what the bold step Ford for a Caucasian males. And I'm very very grateful for that. Interesting. I hearing all the time that voters went to economic anxiety reasons, but it's just not true. The reality is majority of the poorest people in America voted for the democratic candidate and the democratic candidate got more votes for president than any white man or orange man in American history. So, you know, again, it was apathy that one forty six percent of the vote, and it was really a deadly owners who won because bear electoral college that they demanded is what hit yet another president in spite of what people so you know, I kind of feel like Donald Trump is a condom and those of us who lived in New York for a long time. No it he's a literal condom he stole money from Americans. Being able to talk these people into bed, and that's all he did was talk sixty two. I absolutely agree with that. But you know, there's a reason that I think that happened. And that's because in my mind, the Democrats have lost touch with that that white working class voter that that I just described you may not have a college education who gets up every morning. You know, it's the people who take shower after work not before. Disagree. I disagree. One hundred percent, Rick because the Democrats for all the talk that they weren't able to connect which is really saying that Hillary Clinton wasn't able to connect with these photos. The fact is the Democratic Party is consistently in my lifetime. I would say since since the Roosevelt administration, Dan the party. Party that is fighting legislatively for working people. Republican party hang on the Republican party done for non millionaires in the last fifty years besides the earned income tax credit and the Americans disability. What have they done for? I could not agree more. But here's here's the point. I'm trying to make maybe not very well. I don't think that those people that I'm talking about like Republicans either. I think they look at them the Democrats and the Republicans and say, well, they're all just the same tell me which candidate out there right now among the Democrats is speaking to those people in a way that those people can come away feeling, you know, what this is not about moderate Democrats versus progressive Democrats. This is about somebody who gets what my life is all about. So far every one of them. Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders, definitely I have been so dazzled by how liveth warranty consistently come out with specific policy at your specific policy and every healthcare question, she gets she brings up the fact that Trump is trying to take away healthcare. It's exactly a model what the Dem's should be doing Sanders at this point, he's favorite. And there's a good reason for that. I don't think that is healthcare plan is going to be able to end private insurance. I think that's probably the compromise that they'll make once in office, if they get close on this because you can have a public option, you know, the post office doesn't put UPS and FedEx out of business. You can have a public option insurance time. We we have it now. Medicare every put program that was introduced right is ago. But I'll say Cory Booker is a great public speaker, comma Harris is gonna dazzle people Pete already getting his moment in the sun..
"bill swallow" Discussed on The Big 98
"He used to drink six energy drinks a day. And the doctor said, yeah, all those chemicals are causing you to lose your tongue. Eating away to look at it. I don't wanna see that. I didn't need a look at it in this case. I mean, so. Case. So I go after the energy company. I I mean. Example, for example, do you have a case to go after cupcakes if you die of diabetes, bright. No, I believe it's the same. Yeah. I get it. Curious. He may. But that's a lot. That's a lot. Do you have a case to go after beer companies if you drive drunk point now, so I'm I say, no to, but I think those are you know, kind of slippery slopes. They're that's thinking about your lunch box. That Powerball ticket was sold seven hundred sixty eight million dollars in Wisconsin, one person one person. I mean, there's one person one, and I have to accept the fact it's hard Bill swallow. I thought it was my time. But I guess the man upstairs unbelievers my time. Yeah. Do you think let me ask questions about the man upstairs? Do you think? The man upstairs is up there going. So close to give lunchbox the lottery not today. I really do. I think he decides who wins and he picks out like. You know that person's been had a rough year or this person has been really nice to people this year. I think I'm going to bless them with a win or people in five states. They all need to win. So I'm going to spread the wealth. He that's what he does. And he just hadn't decided that those balls need to bounce my way yet. But a lot of balls have bounced your way in life a lot. Yeah. Like, you have a great job you come in and talk on the radio make a good living. You got a healthy baby. That's a lot of balls. Bouncing your way. I understand that. But those people that win the lottery, they don't all have bad balls. Some of them have good balls to. And so I'm just saying you don't have that bad balls to win the lottery God the man upstairs just decides it's your time. And so I'll keep waiting while say, I'm happy with my good balls. Okay. I would say you have great balls. Out of all of us. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. He has the best ball. You have been giving away balls to you, just like technology. A man accidentally buys to lotto tickets and wins thirty three million dollars. Oh my goodness. Busy. I wonder how this where before this happened, right? A man. Immature. Now. We know. Hey man is busy counting more than thirty three million dollars. After winning a lot of twice. It seems he had forgotten to injuries in Tuesday's drawing. Both take it had the same Mark numbers which he'd been playing for thirty years bought them separately to different stores got off work realized that there was a winning ticket. Oh, yeah. About the same ticket twice. Wow. He's gonna share the winnings with his family. He will also quote, consider retiring consider. Yeah. He gone. Wow. And when he says share with his family doesn't mean like his cousins and stuff for like, his wife and his kids, I'm gonna tell you. He's got a lot more family today. Like, even me like I have so many cousins, I've never met because of this show like August and be like somebody like, hey, Mitch cousin Brutus level. Number one, don't even know Brutus. And don't believe I have any family in Louisville. So yeah, you can have a lot of cousins. All right. A couple of things Tuesday of next week. Luke combs will be in studio. Love that guy. We talked with them Also Monday show, somebody on the show has got a life changing announcement we should do that at what like. Eight eastern seven central our all.
"bill swallow" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Obviously the person that was talking to him knew he was gonna be on. He may just call me 'cause they've done this before he's walked off the set before the answer phone calls. He's always got a phone with them. Yeah. I was I was watching. He was at the desk. Whatever it was a roundtable thing. And he was texting or tweeting or whatever while they were talking as well he does. But I I'm I'm kind of inclined to may have been a stunt jet. I think I may agree with you. But so funny when he gets up and walks away, and then comes back what happens with things like this is because of that we're playing it. If it just been a normal report, we probably wouldn't play more clicks for ESPN. You're right Scott van pelt needs to build better. What better than that? He's one of the best in the business. He had a radio show with Ryan russillo. You're not a fill in radio. I mean, again, maybe maybe it was maybe you guys are onto something. Russillo. Russillo. Yeah. Exactly. He's Allama fifteen ten with Anthony peppy. With John, Dan. Oh, they love each other so bell. He sat out last year. He's only twenty seven years old now in five years. Let's run through his numbers, sixty two games. He's had twelve hundred and twenty nine attempts five thousand three hundred thirty six yards. Four point three per carry. Thirty five touchdowns receiving three hundred twelve receptions, twenty six hundred sixty yards eight and a half yards per catch seven touchdowns combined. He's had fifteen hundred and forty one touches in sixty two games. That's twenty-five touches per game over sixteen game schedule that's four hundred. That's a lot is durable. And you also have to look at a few other things with Levy on bell. He's had to drug suspensions for marijuana. So one more positive test. He'd be out for years. So that's problematic. You don't have to pay him. But y'all just a stupid thing this landing to have. I know, but that's what the rules. Are. We just gotta go with them. But again, the jets also signed CJ Moseley. Great linebacker, the best free agent available. I think out there in terms of pure talent. Was was CJ Moseley especially on defense. They also signed slot receiver. Jamison Crowder could solid player there. And they traded for former Pro Bowl guard collector assembly from they've added talent. So I think that no one challenging the patriots in the AFC east. I get it. But the jet, certainly, they become more interesting. They've got an outstanding young quarterback and Sam darnold in a second year. Now, you got lady on bell who part of the reason he went to the jets was actually Curtis. Martin was his idol growing up in Curtis. Martin probably the greatest jet since Joe Nemeth was part of the recruiting process. So that kind of helped. Yeah. Well, I guess Kevin why because you discuss. Yup. It's an interesting signing. The most interesting thing about the Levy on bell signing to me is that he was offered essentially the same money from Pittsburgh a year ago. Yeah. So did the hold out other than getting himself out of Pittsburgh, which may have been just what he wanted anyways because he didn't wanna play there or what he didn't like Rothlisberger or the ownership of the coach, but he didn't get himself any extra money things. No, it's essentially the same deal. The only thing I can think of again they wanted to keep franchising them. And then they were gonna offer something. But in Pittsburgh other than the quarterback only the first years guaranteed with them. So that's a concern. The other thing too is let's say he signed a one year deal with Pittsburgh last year. And he gets hurt running back. Right. Lows out his knee. There's no market at least. Now, here's a little bit more security. You get a year off. I don't know what kind of shape he's going to be that could work both ways. You take a year off all of a sudden you get pounded. It's a different feeling than taking a year off or your rejuvenated. You come back and you get an extra step going forward. So maybe it works out. Okay. Me just wanted the hell out of Pittsburgh. Maybe things are toxic in Pittsburgh. Right. It seems that way. L bell Antonio Brown. Maybe there's some other dudes that would like to get the hell out of there. Maybe it's just I thought that if he was going to sign a deal, it would be a more lucrative deal than that. Especially on the guaranteed money for rent. Yeah. It's a little bit. Not quite as good as Todd Gurley deal with the Rams, I get why it's not because he's he's missed a year. And he's also got the two drugs, and he's again, a pain in the ass. Yeah. We're taught girlies not no. He's got an Arthur techniques. So that might be an issue that is an issue. So I am surprised with the terms of the deal because it really makes me look at the whole doubt. And for players who are going to hold out from the franchise tag in the future. Maybe they look at us and say, well, it really get anything that would have justified missing. What would have been last year fifteen million right round there? Yeah. So I mean, he's not like you said yesterday step. He's not earning it back. Now. He's deal. I mean, he's listening. I'm not crying poor for Levy on bell. But the purpose of the holdout in rejecting the contractor from the Steelers, what did he really accomplish? So that kind of hurts players who may go that route. If you go there if it was four sixty five instead of four fifty five it say, hey, got an extra ten million dollars. These contracts to me, you need to be, you know, graduated from the Wharton school to understand them all of its guaranteed some of it's not some of its deferred. Right. It's not like baseball. We saw. Bryce Harper thirteen years three hundred thirty million dollars. He can go. Join the circus at this point. And he's gonna get paid. And I saw one of the offers to Bryce Harper was like deferred money until he was like seventy yet with some guys want. I just crazy. Bobby Boone is still being paid by the Mets. He has you'll have two years remaining on his deal. When Bryce Harper's deals Meyer fifteen years and Bobby Baena play with the Mets in the early nineties again. Sometimes that's a bright move. Look, I want a million dollars a year for the rest of my life. I can live off of that. In case, I blow money, maybe Curt Schilling should have done that with one of his. I don't know if you can do that in football. What part of a little complicated. But you'd have to talk to Levy on bell. His alternate goal was security more money and security while he didn't really accomplish that. Ultimate goal was getting out of Pittsburgh. He certainly accomplished that. So maybe players look at it and say, hey, I'm not in a situation or city. I like and their franchise tag. You me. I'll just do because at the very least I know it can get out of the city and make approximate money. But again, it's tough Bill swallow say I'm going to eat that fifteen twenty million never never get it back like Randy. If what DeMarcus Lawrence what's the guy on the Cowboys who got franchise tag, DeMarcus Lawrence if DeMarcus Lawrence warrants. Yeah. Sits out this year. Twenty million dollars tag. Yeah. He's not. I mean, he might get out of Dallas next year. But he's not going to get that money back. Never get it back. You never earned that. So I don't think the franchise tag is fair the players at all. But I just don't think there's a good solution for the players to get around it. Oh, no. It's not baseball where you're gonna get this huge, guaranteed contracts on the other side. Did you see they wouldn't play for the jets either from less than sixty? He tweeted that. Yeah. Well, he's getting less than six. Martin a forum but a month ago. He tweeted seem like your was ultimate sense. But about a month ago, he said sixty million is enough to on with the jets. So well, apparently, it isn't fifty two is though why why the colts haven't been involved in Brown bell or Oto anymore is shocking. Anybody all this money? They have the you have the quarterback in place. Now, you have a good line defense is pretty good. They haven't been involved they need to get Andrew luck some more or less taking the ballot. Check approaches. Let you guys fight over player that you're gonna overcome as you have a quarterback who's already making a lot of money. Right. Yeah. And they've got one hundred million to spend in a lot of draft choices. So I think there's urgency on some teams in the patriots never show that urgency. Maybe the culture trying to take a page out of the patriots methods and say, okay. Well, we're not going to go in on CJ Moseley for eighty five million or Trey flowers for ninety million. We'll see what else is left is still talent out there. We're just not going to overpay for it. So you know, what? The patriots went down with Odell Beckham is this year. And I think maybe next year to cap it's not that bad because the giants are absorbing a good bulk of it costs, and they would have taken him. Right. And then traded him after that. When you have to pay him. Yeah. They traded because this year it's gonna cap is going to be seventeen million against his new team the Browns and the giants paying sixteen million a cap it for Beckham junior, and he's not playing wouldn't have been worth it for the colts to say first second or third Beckham. Yeah, they've got to have made them a serious tender. Yeah. TY? And and OBI J mean, suddenly, you're very very and then Ibran to. Yeah. Good luck. Then my pick of the colts winning the AFC next year. They could have done that. And they could have also signed Levy on bell. And then I mean, really, so I'm not exactly sure why they've been so patient. This seemed like the with all that cap from the year that sort of pounds by people flipping patriots that they didn't flipping out around here like fell grandma's at the patriots are sitting idle bell checks diving into the water on vacation. But again, there's going to be a lot of players available after the beginning and overpaying these players. Maybe the culture just saying, let's just sit tight and see what's. When you have the most cap room yet also have six Super Bowls. You can kind of do what you want. I mean, Bill Belichick come in in the middle of a meeting and piss on the road. Also, the patriots have what is it like eighteen million and cap or something maybe I'll colts have one hundred. Yeah, they got plenty of it'd be the patriots have to sit. And it'd be by virtue of their caps at the colts could have gotten anybody. They wanted. They had the most of any team the did. Yeah. Quarter. All Patterson goes to the bears two years. Ten million dollars? Good for him. This is not going to be better situation for him in terms of team. They use them like the patriots say it's just he's not a complete wide receiver. No, he's he's a gadget play. Right. So I think he's going to a good situation in Chicago because Matt Nagy is very very creative. Yes, that's true. That's a good point forms a good offensive mine last year quarterback stinks last year with the patriots while you can maybe hand off to throw some sort of bubble screen. Those those in work as much as the jet sweep last year at the patriots. He caught twenty one balls two hundred and forty seven yards. Twelve yards per catch every touchdowns, but he rushed for forty two. Forty two carries memory played running back a couple of games. Two hundred twenty eight yards five point four yards per rushing. Touchdown. And we're offers a lot of values kickoff. Returns the twenty three returns for six hundred sixty three yards nearly twenty nine yards per return. And he did have a touchdown and a fumble both in the same game against the Chicago Bears. His new team he was fine for them. Perfect guy to nothing to help them win too. He's not worth paying. No now like, they pay them nothing. So get it. Now. Chicago mother guy. I saw Jerry thorton tweeted this out yesterday. He said if you are an agent in you're not trying to get your guy in a one year deal. The patriots you are derelict in your duties, right? They just get these guys paid like at like crazy if you're on the patriots, and you do anything reasonably well. When you're you're getting all these guys get paid what a college Trent Brown. Trump Brown's got a huge contract. Again. He plays left tackle with the patriots. He's got a great positional coach, Dante sky Nekia. He's also got a great quarterback who gets rid of the ball must in two seconds Trent Brown, six eight three eighty just stands in the way can block someone long enough for Brady to get rid of the ball. So that Nate solder historically big contract track. Brown historically be contract trae flowers, historically. Yeah. I it is. It's just remarkable leaving look the Cordell president. We just mentioned two years. Ten billion. It's not worth one million two million dollar caps gone up to one hundred eighty eight million. He's he's a gadget playwright says..
"bill swallow" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"President signaled his support for a government funding Bill only to retreat. At the last possible moment precipitating the longest shutdown in our history. It was the Trump shutdown. And he now seems to admit that again. No one wants to see a rerun of that movie. The president must not repeat his mistakes of the recent past President Trump signed this Bill. Swallowing the deal would Mark a major concession by Trump who spent months insisting the situation at the southern border represents a national security crisis that demands an impregnable wall. He's also insisted he would accept nothing less than five point seven billion dollars for the barrier. Demand that forced the thirty five day partial government shutdown that left hundreds of thousands of federal workers without paychecks and Republicans taking the brunt of the blame the tentative deal. Lawmakers reached this week would provide less than one point four billion for border barriers while keeping the government funded through the end of September. Trump is a tad also signalled that he's preparing to use executive action to try to secure additional money for the wall by tapping into resisting federal dollars without any congressional approval. So they can show supporters. He's continuing to fight that could lead. To resistance in the congress or federal court. It also led today to a plea from virgin island delegate, Stacey Plaskitt asking Trump. Not to raid. The disaster funds for her territory and Puerto Rico in the wake of the two thousand seventeen hurricanes Irma and Maria. Loss of our only two hospitals. Multiple schools. Thousands of homes and left residents without electricity for a period of nine months, diverting disaster FRANZ from this community would create a security risk and make them even more vulnerable. Mr Speaker, shifting disaster relief funds. Appropriated by this body for my district and others impaired by the twenty seventeen twenty eighteen natural disasters would create a catastrophic economic disaster. Democrats and Republicans on the hill were today. Trying to put the final touches on the legislative taxed while trying to work through several snags, including whether to include a simple extension of the violence against women act as Senate Republicans want or move a new longer term Bill separately. As house speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing Democrats were also pressing to try to make sure employees of federal contractors receive back pay for wages lost during the last government shutdown something Senator ROY blunt, Republican of Brazil, he said was a no go for Trump. The continued haggling means a house vote won't come before. Tomorrow night at the earliest active-duty troops from dozens of military units around the country are flowing to the southern border as part of the latest plan to send three thousand seven hundred. Fifty new forces to beef up surveillance, and install more wire-barriers as of this week, the military has installed some one hundred and five miles of wire barriers along the border and plans to put in another one hundred and forty miles of concertina wire the bulk of that will be in California and Arizona in locations between ports of entry that are identified by US customs and border protections. As vulnerable many of the troops who've been serving on the border mission or going home as of Monday, there are a bit more than two thousand active duty forces. There was a new surge of troops. That number is expected to go up to more than four thousand three hundred. The San Diego County board of supervisors has voted to sue the Trump administration over how it releases immigrant families seeking asylum since late October immigration officials have been releasing asylum-seeking family so quickly. They don't even have time to make travel arrangements merely. Giving them notices to appear in immigration court. The thousands of affected families have often ended up in shelters run by charities straining. The resources of San Diego and other border towns, San Diego Tribune reports the prior to October immigration and customs enforcement used a so-called safe release program to connect asylum seekers with sponsors or family members in the United States when they released pending their asylum hearings now federal officials, essentially dump families on the street leaving them to their own devices. The chair the San Diego board of supervisors. He told the paper that local officials are intent on sending a strong message to the Trump administration that their release method is unacceptable. You're listening to the evening. News on KPFA. Berkeley, KPFK, Los Angeles KFC Fresno online at KPFA dot org. Today marks the one year anniversary of the massacre at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in.