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Fresh update on "billy billy" discussed on Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

01:00 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "billy billy" discussed on Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

"Those will be three guys other than carry price that you have to worry about. But they won't buzz around like gnats or green heads for you that like to hang out down at the shore. That's what type of team the fliers were going up against. All right. Why didn't you say any of that stuff? I know you didn't say, Billy Billy's here to keep he did. You didn't say any of this stuff about the pain in the ass part. I just thought people that they knew Gallagher was a pain in the ass. I mean, we don't know any of that. It's hockey way against Gallagher was a past No balance. They're just they're just a better team with more depth. I'm concerned. When Al says that there's that the the Flyers are much better tear their water. They've got much more depth and therefore checks going. Toe prices. Good goaltenders use. He also starts their offense with some passes and the Flyers four checks going to drive him bananas. Nice. Do you agree with all this? No, no again somewhere in 20 Ted the last time I paid attention, La Violette was the coach. This stuff I got Vigna, who is a better coach? I think seniority and I liked lobbies approach. It was all about jam, and he loved being the underdog and the expectations were low. Vino knows how to manage expectations when they're high, and I think that will benefit the Flyers. He's very calm. And I think he knows how to manage a team that has more depth and more balance and more players that you need to get involved in the game. So that's what I think that's an edge, and I think he's a terrific coach. Right. Two last things what is after the second round? Ijust father said, Yes. Say everybody moves toe event in Toronto. Get Shut down! Do you have to go to admit it? I don't We are staying in Connecticut. So I know I do not have to go there. If I did that I'd have to quarantine when I arrived in events in for four days. Well, then get tested each of the next five days before they even let you out, So I'm glad I don't have to go. I'd rather just stay in Connecticut. I spent three weeks in addict. It's torture. Yeah, you doing right there and fire Lee. I did talk to Josie, the degenerate gambler cross it 7 to 1 for the Flyers to win the cop. Is that a good bat? Jonesy? It's a terrible bad. Oh, it is. Yeah, Don't touch it. Really? Yeah. You'll get better, even in the first series. If they go down to nothing but country all which You never know. In hockey right now, then you could get them probably about 17 toe one weight. I would just say that the hockey odds are ridiculous to try toe. Bet on the Stanley Cup championship team right now, don't do it while doing don't do it until the Serie start, and the team gets behind the team that you like, gets behind in the series. But what if they don't give behind them? Then you know that by then, then you're happy that your team won the cup, but it wouldn't be worth it about 100 to get 100 have to sweat it out. Good Stop, Jonesy. We want you back. We did you This is the big games. Cutback there. I'll be in touch with me after every one of them. Nobody, But I do miss you guys. I wish I could be bad for Detroit, Connecticut. Josie will talk to you. So do CIA guys. You, John. He was mostly out in the Jonesy TV guy mode. Yeah, well, that's why we booked him. I know that, but I couldn't get him for very long to become the other jobs. No, in the mode. Now he's in his Jonesy bubbles and know he like here. He's a goofball. Yeah. Now he was extremely analytical. I told you I was very surprised was surprised. I was very surprised. I was allowed home work. It does all that homework. He attended all our exams that he doesn't do in a bubble that no one else to do. You know, that's a big part of them. He's totally focused on one thing. What else is he going to be? One of them is you can't go to the locker rooms and stuff. No, So it's really difficult. It's more work now. Well, I mean, you all you're really basing on now is Watching games. It's like, you know, you want a lock to get a feel for a certain things, but it's Ah, It's tough. All right. I gotta die, who's known for his his support of the Eagles, But right now he's calling on flyers. His name is Jason from the dirty 30. Hi, Jay said. D'Angelo. Morning team, Right? Are you getting excited about the fliers? Jason? I am. They are so putting the watch. I need a moment here. What is it? Not so what's going on? Well, I just had like a time cramp. It's August. Yeah, no one should be talking about the fly. It's my favorite thing is city. Though you love sitting out on the deck, it's like 80 degrees watching a flyers. I just this is like right this second. I love it's Jason from the dirty 30 while the Eagles air at training camp is calling me to talk about the fliers Jason. Something's wrong about this timing of this, though you think Nothing's wrong about the timing. Look, we have we haven't seen sports in about 67 months. Okay, fine. Trunk was talking about what? We're watching a great team. That means it's going to take a Stanley Cup. This is good. We're goingto win with this flyer's tape. Jason Absolutely all right now there's a data. I know you pretty well. You usually enjoy the games at a sports bar. That's not allowed either. How you do it is how you enjoy these games. Well less.

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"billy billy" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

05:25 min | 3 d ago

"billy billy" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"Tournaments in China for three years. And so billy billy is kind of like the also ran to the we endo you and it's it's weird to me if you're riot. Why you would sign an exclusivity with the small guy knowing because I'm sure you know this insight circles, ten cents plans have been. You know well known for a little while now knowing that there's going to be this merger potentially of the two biggest competitors into a much larger platform for right. Why would you go sign a deal with billy billy and does does the Billy Billy existence here change your on any sort of the anti competitive stuff we just talked about. They even. While that's a very interesting thing a lot of times. When. You do business in China in I've done again amount of business over there it comes down to connections and relationships like anything else but also comes down to the streaming platforms in in in their budget ability to so I would imagine that may be maybe talk to them but because of central murder was happening that might have been something that maybe a slow them down or they felt that billy billy was a better partner because when you signed these deals is a lot of affection consider are their translators. That's the biggest de are their technical supporters understand what you're trying to air from their other people that are trying to Aaron as you know, they can't. Say certain things and do certain things business violation of the country. That's there. Are they going to be right in mindful of those things? Those things? All matter. So when you're trying to pick and choose a platform, they might have may given that initiative and going from there you would not believe the you know the cultural understanding the concept certain companies might not. By the other companies and so they make it a smaller play as opposed to a bigger player. These guys the reasoning could just be simple as they feel more couple of working with them because a lot of things when you do international as you guys know it gets lost in translation and I don't mean Lost in translation busy ever translator I mean culturally. So different that people often make that mistake in a mistake that hurts or kills a deal. So understanding that was probably a big reason that they might have signed billy building from there, Yup. Very. Interesting William. Well in in last seven leads and finally riots here. I'll defend what if. I'm going to throw this out there because this is kind of crazy and I don't think this is what happened to. This is fun one. If you want the deal to go through like the merger, you know how important it is to get. Together. So what's an obvious way to kind of kind of throw people off the scent of your monopolistic power with all your investments give a marquee property to somebody else they know they have sticking power they know they have threshold of these things and it's not a permanent deal. It's a multi year deal. So let's let this walk for a couple of times, and by the way billy billy probably has to pay through the nose for this because. You're right. This merger is coming..

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All About Blacksmiths

Pants On Fire

08:08 min | 3 months ago

All About Blacksmiths

"Our first expert is Philly. Barret goes enthused yourself toby. Toby my name is Billie Barrett. I am a blacksmith. Thank you. Let's meet our second expert. Linski Chris. He's introducing yourself to toby toby. I'm Chris Ski and I am an artisan and a welder. And I am a reenactor of a female blacksmith at Colonial Williamsburg tells about those hot and Molten. Sounds Lisa. Oh did you hear them? I did I think everybody else heard them to painting. Topsy time. That is correct. That is when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer toby's questions. Lisa should we put on the hot? I totally buried because his initials are be just like the initials of my nickname nickname batboys. Okay Yeah I'm a math for sure. I don't WanNa mess with me fat boy okay. So Toby we're starting with billy. What is your first question for? Billy Billy would you rather get a heavier envel- or a hotter forge I would rather get a heavier and bill? Why is that? I just like heavy things. You're GONNA love your parting. Gift today. I don't think we have mice. Okay Chris and Billy what have you made the most of I'll answer I 'cause I work at colonial Williamsburg work at a historic forge. So we mostly do shoes. Oh that's cool. Do you do like high heels only for the fancy horses? How about you belly? I mostly make A little bit of everything with a specialization. In knives you make knives like knives that you cut food with everything from cutting food to serviceable tools. That you use every day very cool. Do you name any of them. Like Mac or sure to name a lot of them really. Yeah who and. What's the name of your favorite favorite favorite Tomahawk? I call stabby stabby. Okay Toby Billy What would be your second? Most favorite thing to do is make besides knives One of the things. I'd really like to do before I move on from this. Life is make a a really nice replica of an old style. Lock which is one of your skills as a Smith that you really want to try to. Master cool is homes for both of you. How old were you when you gone? Interest IN BLACK SNIFFING. Yes I'd like to know. I'd like to know how one decides that. They want to be a blacksmith. At what age does that happen? You just wake up one day and say hey I wanNA. A blacksmith. House is on fire. Let's make knives. How does that work? I studied had a minor in art in in university And so I started with glassblowing actually and then I started working at colonial Williamsburg and I saw some of the cool. Things that the blacksmiths were making in. That's the way I kind of got into it. How about you billy? Ironically when I was about twelve years old my parents took colonial Williamsburg. Is that true? Absolutely and It was a rainy day and I was begging my dad. Let me stay and watch the Blacksmith and the gentlemen still alive today and left me there for two hours and that clinched a deal for me. That was it as Peter. Ross it was Peter. Ross yes it was who is being arise. I guess he's a black one of the most well respected smithson. The World Master Blacksmith at the Anderson Forge words. Okay so Chris what what I see if I went to colonial Williamsburg. Mcdonald's like what would you see if you saw her there? Ya Okay and do you do any acting? Over's voice overs So we all portray real people that you know really lived in Eighteenth Century Colony of Williamsburg Virginia and there was a real forged called the Anderson Blacksmith Forge. And I play someone named Loretta. Frye who real person. And she was a female blacksmith. During that time we reenact what you would do or what I would she would do. I would do in the the daily routine of that person. In the eighteenth century I be dressed in eighteenth century clothing specifically what she would wear while she was working as a blacksmith. Clocking fear are going to be burned. Probably not a good idea. Kristiyo like my name is way. All your guy's name again. The Red Fra Loretta. Our blacksmith just like that old timers. Yeah pretty much. Do the voice better killing you. Just Hi I'M LORETTA. Fry and I. You know my a Blacksmith Year. They Anderson four bit of a southern accent. Yeah I hear that good okay. So for billy what are the steps to forging something that would depend on what you're making you it's It's all for your favorite thing knives for knife. It would be for me to determine what type of knife us what type of material I'm going to use. And then if I'm not sure about how I'M GONNA FORGE IT. I would forge it on clay. I deceive it's GonNa come out like I wanted to and then I just go from there. Say I'm just going to make a simple Chef's knife the first thing I'm GonNa do is forged my tip out dumber. Draw the blade out to the length that I want I'm GONNA taper down taper my blade down figure out how went to look and then just finish up so when you say you forge. Something does that mean. You put like a chunk of metal on the end of a big stick and put it over. Fire depends on the methods that you're used to work in many people do many different things. But yes you heat a piece of metal to well over a thousand degrees and then you use your hammered to shape it into the shape that you would like you ever makes more than there. Didn't they tasted terrible. I bet they had a lot of iron metal. This Chris how have used your angle personal best. Is You know. I'm not sure I've never. I've never waited but it's pretty heavy right. Do they come in many different weights and different sizes? Okay so is for both of you Is it true? That all blacksmiths are really bulky. Big Burly Guy. Sure okay. No I don't I don't think so at all. I do need a certain level of strength To use the tools. But there's a lot of intricacies to two blacksmith thing And sometimes a less bulky person could do that better I see. What do you think about that billy? I think it's Agreeable and sometimes you do have to have a delicate touch and it's one of the hardest things ever taken me to learn is that you don't always have to bash stuff small. Yeah that too but you only do that once. You've passed your fingers before. Oh No I don't WANNA know la La la La but does that sound like something. You'd like to try one day toby. What try doing some blacksmith out to? Your House is safe as long as it's safe. Yeah thing like one of you. I could like higher museum or something. You're looking for anyone. Whichever one of US want to be an Apprentice Liar.

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"billy billy" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"billy billy" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Yeah I understand that but I mean you have to get argumentative I'm not going to happen here's this evening awful defensive just things asking the question make up Billy Billy yes he's ready to go whatever the public whatever they decide to hit theater was set to go read Google what happens if she ever has a falling out with the brother I wonder happens at all bands scheduled Billy Billy Billy on she's gone as a terrible break up you know you love these bands like black Crowes the brothers don't get along Kinks that brothers don't get along you got a brother and sister here could do this but we don't may only have a few years of this before they can't stand one another I like the carpenters yes the carpenters yeah isn't there some sort of conspiracy theory that he had or killed or something as ridiculous the hunters out there stop eating fatty Nancy had to push since you have the voice of an angel she even knows the car letters anymore I mean that that was that was avoided Jared if you know anything about the stock I can see him on my hang out so quickly looking up carpenters because he you know he's a that's the type of bee that burrows yeah when you joined would together although they were an American vocal and instrumental duo consisting of siblings Karen and Richard carpenter Hey Terry yeah you know you know measure twice cut once yes Insperity wouldn't hold water though because after she passed away he didn't even hear from him at all except on you know specials maybe he just wanted out who knows of course yeah she was she was one roller coaster ride she was the first.

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Lady Gaga's star-studded One World: Together At Home concert raises $127.9 MILLION for coronavirus relief efforts

KNX Programming

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Lady Gaga's star-studded One World: Together At Home concert raises $127.9 MILLION for coronavirus relief efforts

"Did you see it one world together at home last night the two hour special boy featured performances by some of music's top names and how to help raise funds for the fight against the corona virus than tech they raise nearly a hundred and twenty eight million dollars hosted by late night talk show show host host Stephen Stephen Colbert Colbert Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon and and Jimmy Jimmy Kimmel Kimmel the the show show featured featured a a host host of of stars stars from from Paul Paul McCartney McCartney Stevie Stevie Wonder Wonder Elton Elton John John Taylor Taylor swift swift Andre Andre but but chilly chilly Billy Billy Irish Irish doesn't get any better than that yeah Elton John I said him did not he was terrific the proceeds will support the covert nineteen solidarity response fund for the World Health Organization good work by the on the part of those folks

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"billy billy" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:32 min | 5 months ago

"billy billy" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Like etta medium. I mean. He's A. Mother. I think. One thing we've learned. Oh, there is still all billy billy we gotta do. We gotta do the throwing the whole thing between because it. Okay, make it explode. Here just pass that around. This is a new machete. I'm not as used to hidden grab as many free take ten I. Don't give a shit. It's heavy so. You, have that bag, I don't give. Go ready I'm. Vertical. Horizontal. Aggressive. Here though it, hi! I'm we'll chop it down. Go and So, high. So high. That, you just can't sit. Handy weapon. Oh, no, stop. Hitting it toward the crowd. If you don't throw things at the crowd. Age I'm. Can you tell at ten year old and everything is this. Don't kill. Emergency. Do it one more. Getting fucked up all right all right. We have to stop doing this. Because this is actually a very big problem now, so we have to. We have to clean. But. I want you all to take with you? The knowledge that through the good graces of. You were all now protected, and that's legally butternut. All right everybody. Thank you guys for coming..

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Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead

Broken Record

08:11 min | 5 months ago

Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead

"The right songs all the time. What's your process life stuff going stuff going on in my head? All the time Right now I'm I'm kind of writing all the time. Yeah it comes out very very slowly slower than slug in a trance but But keep at it. Yeah in the past. You worked a lot with lyricist and I understand. He passed away. Is that How do you fill that gap? Or How do you magic working going forward? We'll have always you know always working with John Birla liras host but I always road like half of alerts or usually wrote half alert as and would you have come first. And he would finish them. Generally speaking yeah Generally speaking I would come up with whatever it was that Mary that lyric to that music understood and and you'd have already the framework Melania. Leave yeah the phrasing. Yeah or you know some big notion of that yes would would. How often would a song change from the initial spirit? When writing it does not alone. Sometimes you get way different and a song as a I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA die right in here as long as a life form. It's a you know an alien life form It's organic Actually had a dream A few weeks back while Jerry came to me in the dream and Introduced a song in this song came in and it was like it was kind of it looked kind of like a great big. Rec Room sized ethereal sheepdog and it was big and friendly and came up and stiff me and I did a little bit. Came back at me and it was. It was interactive and and and then we you know then we started playing and singing the song that we we were in it. We were in the song part of it. We were part of that functioning organism tests and the dream. Sort trailed off into whatever into wherever dreams go but That just confirmed my sis. My my notion that held for the longest time that they're a song as a life form in a coming visits us and a income through certain people for whatever reasons are S and it or whatever attractions are and when it's time for it to come it's GonNa come through. You're through someone else. Yeah coming coming to this world and has come into sniff around in visit and And and hang yes and you know those goose characters in those songs you know they come in they tell their stories and and they're they're you know they they just WanNa be heard. It's beautiful just beautiful too when you woke up. Did you remember the song Not Very well. It was a jazz ballad We were singing. We were doing a duet on it when you don't hear many of those Dalit But in this particular case you know jazz ballad do do songs often come to you in in dreams. A lot of MUIRA. That's great the good ones. Yeah what a Gift I. Sometimes I'll have someone come into dream. It's hard for me to to keep them. You know it's hard for them to hang around right. Yeah you gotta get right on and what. I've what I've found is I've sort of made a deal with my little deal with my muse. Yes were you know no matter what time of day no matter what? I'm getting up I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa you know I'm going to PICK UP MY GUITAR. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA get enough of it down so that You know otherwise. Refrigerator taught visiting. Yeah and with the way you'd get it down to record something or might it meteorite. Saw generally a phone makes it real easy these days? Yeah so you'll sing it into the phone. Yeah singing and playing into your own. How did how would set lists work in in the band? Well that's interesting though the way. The dead the grateful dead used to do it is Janna would be his to start or my turn to start and take turns back and forth. We'd take aways yeah and then While we figure out the first couple of tunes that we were GonNa do maybe I three and then would generally come up with what we're GONNA wrap the setup with says right here on paper and then Then while Jerry was singing I had all the time on earth to figure out what I wanted to do next and often as not. I'd try to coax that tune out of the when we were planning when when it was done to route that went up and then he'd be doing the same thing when I was in. And would they always come or did you? Did you have a list of things to draw from you? Just always have him enough looking around or the end I you know toward the end. It was handy to have a list. Because you're the repetoire pretty expansive and and we try to stay up on all the tunes that we've brought around so we have you know the way we did things we you know. We never got around to tune. Maybe once a week. Yes how we'd cover songs work their way into the set Sometimes they just came up. You know under a signature liquor or something like that would Oh we're planning that okay. Here goes nothing. I know that there's some covers that would work their way into work their way around often in over a long period of time. Are there any that that just didn't work? Plenty plenty of weed trial ones. Who Ethic went. We tried to Pig Pen tried zing. And this is a man's world yeah I think we actually did that twice just to make sure that we it was. That bad is in theory. That sounds like that could have been good. Yeah Yeah you know we have no control over those never till you never tell how different were the members of the band. Would you say from each other like music? Wise taste-wise well. We had pig pen. Who was very very funky. He was all about blues and not much else. And then we had phil who was Into classically classically trained and And and Sort of sort of moonlighted in the Jazz World Mickey was a Marshal Drummer. He played martial. Music was a national champion rudimentary. Snare drummer he played one of those big field drums in Hindi while marching billy's I finally figured out who billy's a major influence was and he never he. I pointed it out to him. Any E allowed as I was spot on Was There was a certain era of Ray Charles that that drummer. Yeah I am. Billy Billy captured that lilt and. I don't think he I don't think he even knew he did it. I don't he. He was thinking. Consciously doing a consciously attempting to do that. It just happened and then jury was. Jerry was all over the place you loved Hilo. But he's I think is deepest. Love was probably a string band music country Buick

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"billy billy" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"billy billy" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"That inspires three critical reward system like ringing the Gong ringing the bell. When you close a deal for installed daily huddles with your team every single morning have little standing huddled ten minutes just connect pump everybody up go at the huddle talk about what went well yesterday. What didn't go well yesterday? Weekly sales meetings at the same time every week and six weekly all staff training. That's what you do now. Point Number Four. We are implementing systems into a business. That has you read the question for Question. Number number four you said we are implementing systems into a business that had very little systems. So I'm assuming to start out with. How do you get old employees to get on a new page without negative feedback or firing them? Well we gotta go back up here to our. You know up to our our steps from our first question and I'll just kind of copy and paste these down here and then I'll break them down here for you one. You want to role play with your team until they can't get it wrong. You're oh play to you. Establish a quota and three you. Install carrots and sticks. That's what happens but if you do not have carrots and sticks and place. What's going to happen Jason if there is no penalty for not doing your job properly. It's like In school you know when somebody's like hey. If you don't stop that you're going to have to go to the principal's office and you have that teacher who will always play that game like billy billy. If you don't stop disrupting you're gonna go see the counselor. But then they never do it. So then billy decides on the man. I'm invincible. I don't have to do with their telling me to do because nobody's holding me accountable as not even that. It's nobody is coming for me. If I decided not to do it there is you. You just absolutely have to have carrots and sticks all right Jason. What's question number five from Arthur question? Five is what is the best way to create a memorable marketing campaign? What.

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"billy billy" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"billy billy" Discussed on Double Toasted

"A laughing. The man I'm GonNa leave it right there you go. You should go watch the video the video get in there on the rest of the saga. Yeah because he fucked around and got locked in the studio and I you know man we when this happens I embrace it it you know because I let the stream on well. Hey everybody tune in for the further adventures of double toasted to see if the crew escapes. Do they make it out the room. Stay stay tuned but one person who was not amused we had people you had to p people panicking all right folks. Well Stay Tuned C.. We so she a PC. Yeah that was that was big us and she was like yeah. I've been needing to go for a while. She was kind of doing the day and TV. Dance Yeah now. This is US trying to get out. The rooms of what happened was this is this is. Why don't like people going in and out a lot? 'cause deadman's Deva's a great do but Devon's one of those guys wants what's to come here but he can't stay still for long so devon gone up about four or five times and fifth time. He went out for a cigarette break in. Shut the door right here and I did not know that that door has a handle on there that locks from the other side. I never shut it from this side and I never really the never had a reasonable lock another side so he somebody wanted to go use. The bathroom went on. Lock the door like it's I I can't get out. It's locked got to know like what the fuck you talking about. No it's not this dumb old anyplace four people move out of way. I got a key uh-huh and I can't do. It was like people were trying to. It was it was like the sword in the stone. Stone devoid try. Try to pull the sewer preserved desert like Shit. It was like I guess we locked in people say we will likely see from oncogenes glasses. Sit Right this sitting there sweating just looking mad at Gen. I was waiting on Adam Sandler. Yeah man so I was look I. I'm not panicked. I know we're GONNA find a solution some some way or another. If somebody got a piece that we just gotTa get a bucket or something. We'll figure it out but the person that was mad with billy billy will be laughing and some other people joking in hand and bill is like Komo now shit. y'All GONNA help keep looking around. I won't keep walking around. This.

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"billy billy" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"billy billy" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"From a stranger yeah it's the right of pride in my purse you know how like sometimes it nice hotels they have a basket of fruit no still shampoo to two apples and the bananas but did you ever talk to him again yes as a matter of fact because he wrote me a song how he did talk to live on the air is name was Billy Billy Billy Bailey and then scuba Steve from Key West on there before dead yeah while only at allied Fred because in a concert yeah I mean yeah okay he's in a better place now she found the perfect man but I remember one point and she told me off there okay now that she was considering moving to Key West first give us the at about that all the thing to keep going to visit him yeah yeah ironic that Katie ended up with then desperate she was and is trash yes yeah and the wrong decision making she's like with a fine member I tried introducing the band like four years before they met she is she in later when she finally minimal like why four years ago he took he was like I wasn't in that place yeah concert place eight that I kinda like it does and you know I thought Katie I have more respect for her when she was doing this you say it's I don't miss it in the sense that I would like to go back to that but I am glad that it happened that you got it out here if you look at some P. I was the same way.

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"billy billy" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

13:16 min | 1 year ago

"billy billy" Discussed on Coffee Podcast by Cat & Cloud

"Yeah do john billy billy's in a band called decades. It's actually doing pretty well. They do like the remix songs of old school stuff live. It's really they're pretty awesome anyway playing at the catalyst this weekend. Let's go see you yeah and i think they actually did get some more real like numb. More real catalysts israel actually they're not atrium yeah probably able to play main hall aw as like a middle middle not opener but middle. That's it yeah. That's dope anyway that you guys are a little guitar riff. Get after it and doing stuff. Let's do it on the big speakers. Did you had at that. I don't be so sad so leave it in you need them to know my brain. Carol loves music. She don't even she might listen to them. Even shoes worms is like chambery alpha yesterday. It was so dope sham bray shoes. She's looking fresh should we should we anything else before we get out of here. You know i was trying to think of something really cool to say i don't i don't know i don't know what to say. I mean there were nuggets. I got nothing. There's there's a lot of cool always cool chicago. Shea going on you know i. I don't know there really is. I'm really excited to be in the rosary. I've got a good energy lately. There's a good energy in the gym. That's just me saying nothing yeah. We got a meeting with alex frye globo jim. We're better than you know it just book. She it up you know oh. I think we need to have a funny podcast where i can just talk about stuff. That's totally inappropriate. Nope why because the listenership the soft after years of the people are weird okay when i can't even post about kids without losing followers so we can't do it here. I mean you're gonna lose. Followers no matter what. I don't think anybody can post anything without losing bowlers. I made that's true but there's specific things you post too much about real life stuff. Why why do you think you lost followers from. What did i put my hands like weird water. Why do you think you lost followers from posting kids. People hate it when you put certain posts about kids and your family. It's just how it is. They talk about it. It's pretty open feedback. Oh no they won't get feedback. They follow oh. What do you mean they talk about it. Though oh i see people all the time it's like jokes on the internet twitter all over the plays. Oh talk about your kid kids across the two things that people joe n vegans those three things like the three yeah. I think they're degan cross bit kids. Your instagram instagram is interesting because it's <hes> combination of your personal life your work life and and some of your other beliefs so you've probably probably got people a good portion of people who follow you just for coffey because you're a person in the golfing industry and that's all they want to see the via yeah so as soon as they're like dude. Stop talking about kids. I thought it was just going to be coffee. I was looking at youtube comments and someone literally literally wrote. I thought this is going to be more about coffee yeah and one of the other i forget i'm blanking on his name was like he's got a lot of videos about things. That don't don't have anything to do with coffee. That's coffee if you want but it's it's way more rich than that and i think this is gonna be people like that. No matter what your you all right all right. It's it's a funny anything but i think if you it's just like the niche thing it we're not. We're in a big niche here on this thing but i think i don't you know you know we know that we censor each ourselves in and say this is. This is where i was going to go so you talk about the the kids following. That's one thing that's not software is when i got into coffee at i was really attracted to because it seemed like it was a place where you could actually have open dialogue. Everything that i've really dug into in life has revolved around the idea of at the time. Some sort of a counterculture ish thing which specialty was when we were getting into this big thing like these coffee shops coffee shops were places where people can meet and talk about anything goes and and for the most part like ninety nine point nine percent people who partook in that culture and also worked at these copy houses were open to talking about. Oh yeah it's the place where like like you know. Your brain could really run. Wild anything goes yeah whether or not they agreed with you. It doesn't matter and that's the the beauty of conversation because if you're having a really intense conversation a lot of times you're gonna be coming from opposing viewpoints right and that doesn't only build understanding but it makes you think about things in different ways and it doesn't mean you have to hate each other but coffee or the vocal portion of especially coffee industry. I have come <hes> to see is like one of the most sensitive groups of people that i've ever seen in my life. Oh yeah there's there's so so many people who supported what we do and i can't think that enough but there's so much industry that almost feels like they're so incredibly fragile like too fragile to even even exist in in life that i just don't. I don't like i don't like it. I don't like talking on the microphone phone worrying. If i'm going to say something wrong and yell us about like at the and i think i used to care more like a a year or two ago. Yeah i kind of carry a little bit less less because i think for the most part the people the people that know know who we are. They know what our intentions are. They know that like the stream of good and positively right. I want everyone to kick ass. Oh for sure i'm saying i want everyone to be a fucking winner like i wanna be a champion for people who haven't heard i i want wants young people to feel empowered through work and their lives in general like that's like one of my biggest. 'cause i never felt. I didn't feel that way a lotta right. It's only when i found these little places where i thought i could thrive was when i started feeling good so to see people shutting down conversation bums me out well. That's so like like for me. I'm like okay. I wanna i wanna like respect this like not exactly family friendly show because we cuss a fair amount but like you know i i would like to respect that and and then like i listened to a lot of these comedy podcast right and a lot of things they talk about which is hilarious to me and i'm not a comic but i would be. I'd say i love aboard. They talk about a lot is that comics get to say like walk these lines because it's funny and people understand that it's funny and know that the comic it doesn't necessarily mean it right whereas like we can't do that in this podcast even though i wish and whatever i don't even necessarily need two different topics but i love the dislike have those random podcasts where you just go off and say stuff that like you say late in the night when it's just like you and your buds just cracking up about stuff that you think is hilarious that you're like like playing out movie scenes in your head that are literally would never happen that are really funny to think about that are absolutely inappropriate if it was real and laugh together because i used to be in a world where i was surrounded by people who are funny all the time and let's be real coffee industry. Y'all aren't funny anymore yeller serious up and i i actually hate it. There are funny people in the industry but there are far less funny dude. It used to be funny. There used to be so much laughter in specialty coffee because of all the reasons mostly because you're right less fragility it's and it was and and it was and the world needs more laughter and it needs more funny needs more fun and in order for that to work a lot of times you need people to be able to say stuff that is like accidentally inappropriate knowing that they don't mean anything about it or just like to be able to reframe stations and be like yeah if i were to watch that movie out actually laugh at it but because it's chris saying it's not funny johny anymore because it's chris and like he's somebody in the somebody dick and now he's a dick and i don't necessarily even know what i want to talk about but i know that there's stuff that you and me and chuck laugh about that. It's like well. Nobody could ever hear us say stuff like that because they're going to just assume terrible. So what do you think would happen if we did that here. If if we decided to record a podcast next as we got together and just said whatever we want man what do you think would happen. I love to hear what people i would say. I mean all depend on what we said. Well we sa- yeah mode. I mean is like people would just blow out of proportion because they'd be like you said that that's a i mean i'm honestly going on. What people do currently is like. You said that's this is who you are. That's basically what they do and they don't come see who you are. They just like tell everybody. This is who you are. You are and then start a rumor and then tell especially coffee industry that this is who chaired ruby is because i read an email once you know something of the sort yeah i mean i. I think it's i yeah when you don't show up like i don't go to places as much so that people don't get to actually know who i am but they see all these other people then all takes people who show up more than me and then it's true because perception's reality yeah but here's the thing. Do you think people actually think that way because i don't think that that's true. I think anybody is even and halfway. Paying attention knows that you are a good person at heart and rank care more about other people than most other people will ever like. Probably you're you're. You're probably one of the most kind people i know generally want other people to do well. I think that's like a hundred percent true and anyone who's paying attention thinks that too. I think what you have windows windows like bubble. Upset happened where people were. It seems like people aren't going against jared. I think what you have is an incredibly vocal small number of people. That's probably they don't think the industry as a whole thinks. The jared is an asshole not anybody who's met me. I don't think it ever happen. I think we recorded that podcast yet. It's like however however many thousands of people listen to the podcast. They're probably be fifteen. People who are like fuck those guys never listen again and there will be some whoa that's house brain works. I mean very funny. I mean there's a difference between thought process..

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"billy billy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"billy billy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"billy billy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"billy billy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"No. Billy, Billy starts growling at me and getting really close. And we're not talking dog even fearful which I knew Billy was because of Billy's, obligation and high. What will call group? Instinct Billy was right in my face, and I was like an hackles were all up down the back like a strike. This dog was hot and I went, wow. We got a problem here in Sally's going. My god. Chris, what have I done? And I'm like, well, we need to take this dog from chairman of the board down to the mailroom really, really quick. So here's what we did. We started going back to sort of basics. We had to literally change where this dogs position was in that pack. So I had Sally go through doorways. I the dog tried to pass their ability passer going through threat door thresholds, gave her a little guttural tone, some body pressure. Either foot to get back. We started keeping Billy away from the door when people came to the door. We set up situations like that, where somebody would knock, and she would use your body pressure, and shove Billy out of the foyer with their feet, but forward body that pressure. And pretty soon Billy started realizing I'm not. The decision making process. We also started to see Billy start to relax. And when somebody came to the house, Bill, you start to get better. She also has leading Billy up on the furniture. And you know what my dog is probably on the furniture right now. But the thing is, is that some dogs that are fearful if you let them up on the furniture, they become a little bit more assertive because that's such a leadership spot elevation as we know in status, so she was letting them up on the furniture and sleep on the couch, which made him even more thinking that he was in charge. I made sure that Billy wouldn't push nudged to be pet that she would call over Billy to be pet. I made sure that often she was walking through Billy walking around him not stepping over him and saying, oh, my moving, I'll walk around you which made her more dominant in the space. I hate that we're dominant. But let's, let's face it folks either the dog's going to be in charge, or you're going to be in charge. It's not one dog one votes. No, not equality here dogs need this structure, and Billy really needed a leader. So by her being dominant in the space by walking through. Not in a mean way, but just sort of haphazardly walking through the dog Billy started to realize that Billy was not the dominant one in the space. So the other thing that we started to as you start working on some of its, and while a B doesn't make you into a leader of cooperation that can actually help. So the dog gets what it wants through obeying y-you, and usually, that's a nice juicy treat of some sort. So I've been out to visit Sally now several times since that first lesson to resort of reinforce this leadership and help Sally through this process, and it's amazing within ten days of that first lesson Billy's doing awesome. Billy is no longer getting aggressive. When people come to the house Bill is much more relaxed more reliable in having control over Billy and Billy's just overall happier pet so it's really important that again, when you adopt a pet that you teach them the rules of your household, and holding them accountable. For good behavior, and that will make them feel more secure and bonded with you, and give them a course plenty of love. That's really important. I mean, gosh that why we adopted in the first place. So I want to be really clear here, giving your dog love and affection is not that it's something that we should do to our dogs. It's just like our kids structure, and love structure in love. And if we do those things they literally walk out with a lot of security happiness. Go lucky kind of attitude and life's great for these dogs and for the children. Same exact thing. I rescued my dog Dave and he's just the most amazing dog. I, I got him out of Florida rescue down in Florida. And you know, adopting a dog I think is probably one of the best things you can do. But doing it the right way is really important. You know, this really touches my heart. Adopting a dog is probably one of the best things we can do for our souls, because it is a great feeling to take a dog from a shelter dog. That's not wanted and to bring them into your home and make him part of your family. What a very, very cool thing. You.

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From Overcoming Fear to Living a Childhood Dream

How'd It Happen Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

From Overcoming Fear to Living a Childhood Dream

"Sell wanna drive? You actually wrote a two part blog wanna drive one drive or not. And this was interesting. This was triggered by a friend of yours. Peter who found a YouTube video on how to drive an eighteen speed transmission, which by the way, I can't even imagine. So it brought back memories for you of a pretty big event your grave digger in college. You. You worked with guy named Billy who had a big truck. And you wanted to what you said Dr truck like Billy's. So what this was an interesting story. What happened here the whole back story on this goes back to when I was four years old. And I was four years old. I lived across the street from construction company, and I would sit on the curb in the afternoons, and I would watch the guys come back with their trucks. And I just kind of fell in love with trucks fast forward from four years old to my teenage years. I'm working at the local cemetery. Setting up for funerals filling in after funerals, whatever and the guy who digs the graves, Billy, Billy. He also has a trucking business and hauling heavy equipment around. And so one day I got up. I was so curious to to experience that see what that was like one day. I got up the courage to ask him if I could go for a ride with one of his guys. And he said he tried to talk me out of it. And then he said, okay sure show up, you know, tomorrow at six I did. So you you showed up at six to spend the day with Michael. Yeah. And you did in fact get to ride in the truck. But then Michael kind of turn the tables on you. So what happened? Yeah. As we. So we went down to Alantic city. This was from Philadelphia went down to Atlantic City picked up machine took it up somewhere north jersey. And then we were coming back we stopped at arrest rest stop. And then we were walking back to the truck. And he. Turns to me, and he's like you wanna drive and I'm like. No, he's like you just going to come out here all day to sit in the truck. He's like come on. You wanna drive or what? So it's like. Okay. And. You know, he put me in. I got I got in. And I started driving. So pretty scary. And it's one of the white load trucks. Right. Yeah. We didn't have we didn't have a machine on at that time. Thankfully. But yeah, it says a big, you know, big semi alright. And so one of the one of the parts of this day that you described was approaching toll booth that you needed to fit this big rig through and had no choice. But to do that. Right. Yeah. I mean once once he we once we got started. He he kind of took a took a nap. So we're on the jersey turnpike. I think and we're driving down see the sign that there's a toll booth up ahead like two miles or something. So I hit him. And I'm like, I can't I can't do this. He's like what it's just a just steer between the tollbooth. You gotta stop anyway to pay them like. Okay. So those are the days before the open road tolling. So I actually had to pull in their stop at the right spot hand the money out to the toll taker and get a receipt receipt back. So it's very scary. It was very scary. So I'm I'm just wondering kind of as a conclusion of the story throughout the whole rest of your life. How many times did you see a truck like that? And and kind of say to yourself like oh my God. I drove one of those well a lot because I did when I when I started my even before I started my business, but I drove all the time L so it was actually in instructive informative. All right. So I've I've I've driven pretty much every kind of Chuck there is so I feel good about it now. Good. But at the

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"billy billy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"billy billy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Let's get to Billy Billy, welcome. No, sir. Gary I live in a home that it's about nineteen years old that was built with geothermal heat. I have two heavy black plastic pipes going through my foundation and to the front yard. I believe there are poly ethylene last spring. I noticed a small amount of moisture around one of these pipes were comes into the basement. Truthfully up dried up quickly, and I forgot about it until about ten days ago when we had a heavy snow and a start melting since then I have had a fountain about an eighth of an inch diameter under some pressure coming out of the foundation where the plastic pipe mates. The concrete. I was wondering if there was something that they have sailed around the area that has failed could be. Short of excavating down several feet to that. Is there something I could do on the interior to sail that up? So let me just start with an education thing. I so something's happened in the last twenty years, right? Yes. What's most likely to have changed was the soil? The topography. So I'm gonna take you to the very thing. We we got it that there's a pipe coming through. And there's a lot of water which is causing pressure, which is literally squirting the water through a long pipe in the foundation crack, and you know, if we're the Dutch point we put our finger in the dike great. Yes. It was stopped the water. But where's that water? Go then. There's a lot of water out there doing, you know, we've had snow. We've had rain. We've got a lot that grounds. Probably hadn't been this wet and a number of years. Right. But we got that pressure. Really? I talk a lot about the killer. Jeez killer. Jeez. Puts an excessive amount of groundwater right in that area. Where you're having a problem. Okay. 'cause we got the penetration. I've seen basement walls that hit cracks in it that don't leak. And I've seen issues like you. Have you got this little tiny tiny hole somewhere, and you you're getting water squirting through there. So the killer. Jeez. Are are are this the first is gutters? Okay. Make sure the gutters on that side of the house are clean clear free flowing, including the down spout. And then the water that goes underground. So let's just think this through if those gutters are blocked all the water on that side of the house. The vast expanse of the roof is collecting that water. Funneling it down to this area there clogged. It's gonna overflow putting even more water right on that foundation. Where the problem is if it goes down the down spout, and there's a blockage or the pipe is crushed waters going to back up, and it's gonna flood that area where the. Where the pipe it. So number one is gutters. Number two is grading in twenty years. Our grading changes. You know, we were a Cleese we had mall ch-. I don't know maybe tear out Bush's put in bushes and all of a sudden in the earth, spins and all of a sudden, we'd look and the grading doesn't slope away from the house anymore. Maybe it slopes towards the house. Maybe it's just absolutely flat. Yeah. Okay. So we need to institute some grading. Maybe we need to institute a underground French drain to as the water saturates that area it goes into the pipe. And you know, we we we lay that where it exits the water twenty thirty feet away from the house on a on a fall. Is that basically a hole in the ground that we would fill up with gravel or. No, no, no, that's dry, well or an underground or exterior sump. Well. Okay. The third killer g. And I had a French drain that I just talked about actually done in my home. Okay. The third. Let's see we go gutters. Grading. The third is groundwater. A lot of times, maybe the gradings. Okay. But we've got dips and swells and our water collectors means that soil so saturate and just kind of the way the Graham lays. Yes, ponded there. So groundwater so gutters. Grading and groundwater. I I personally wouldn't do anything until I checked. Okay. And tried to alleviate that. Okay. And to answer your question is there things to plug it in. Yeah. They're yeah. There might be you're under a lot of pressure there. There's a products called. Oh, you you've seen him in a hardware store. Water. Stop water plugged a leak stopper their hydraulic cements. You mix the powder with water. You gotta use it within like three or four minutes. You can even use it when the water squirting through. Okay. And it dries, and as it dries it expands now fits right against that pipe that might be a challenge to wondering what that actually bond with the plastic. It is right up against a. Yep. Yep. Men. Probably not so. Well, yeah. So then you would look at in a poxy injection that somebody can do for you. Okay. Where it's actually injecting in poxy in film, the little capillaries inside that wall. Bottom line. No, you still have the problem. Yeah. Okay. The the new you're taking care of the symptom. But you still have the problem. Yeah. Water's going to go somewhere in the water. Quite honestly, it might crack wall somewhere else. Powerful is going to find its way. Yes. So okay. I will look into the three days. Okay. And I thank you very much for talking to me. Very good, Billy. Thanks. Thank you. Take care. Bye. Bye. All right. Very good. Let's get to Tim, Tim. Welcome. Hey, gary. How are you? Good. Good. Quick question.

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"billy billy" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"billy billy" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"She's she's just like, she's crass. She's wearing a choker necklace and man's go down. Look, so good. She's wearing like her hair like that messy seventies kind of. Who was Barbarella? Jane Fonda vary. Like, Jane Fonda, look, very, she just sheila's incredible. And she was confident yet. Right. Like, oh, she's choose just part powerful. Like Margot kit was is everything in this movie. She so good. And she also doesn't give a shit about buddy else gives us shit. She gets a child drunk. She got the child drunk at a party like a child like a five year old. She's just here to have fun. Just like, hey, listen. We're here. We're doing this. Right. I really loved this movie. I loved this movie. It was like I could watch this over and over. I love this movie. And I love how just upsetting it is too. I mean, it is scary. The many many caller is scary those calls. Okay. First of all great voices. He is he has what like two three vocal words stucked on top of. Yeah. Like, it's wild. It is crazy because there were not. Not one. I was not one. You can't tell me that was just one person doing now because he was he was like, okay. What are the characters? He does. He does like so he does AB Baby baby. baby, baby. And then it's like. The actual baby. And then like, and then there was like a voice. And then like, it was always like what did you do with the baby like to Billy Billy Billy's the killer's name, right? And he would refer to himself..

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"billy billy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"billy billy" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Good. Billy doing that thing is Billy's Billy is a lot of things, but one of the reasons why I've stayed such good friends really over the is he, he's one of the most adorable humans in the world. He's just huckabee'll and sweet and genuine. And when Billy does that joke is everything is Billy's. It's q. and it's is non-threatening, and it's not nasty to anyone. It's just he has a low whimsey Billy's. One of the things I love a, he, he's not kind of his own lane with his with his thoughts with his head, and Alava is Windsor Castle, and it's just charm into around suburbia, Joe Anita, Elmore six asked, I'm going to return of the king extended addition tonight does dome Noah cure for number. Oh God, I don't know. I mean, obviously taking a little bit of your own food in that. Don't do that. Keeps you keeps you a little bit more engaged in the movie? It is long, supposedly, I wasn't ebb. Elijah went to some basketball game when return the king was was on, and he will past Jack Nicholson who's always at the Lakers game on at courtside and Jackson stopped him is said to endings. Those endings. Great carrots is of course you have to have the ending of Frodo and and our going again. But I do think you probably do have to have the ending of Marian Pippen and legless and gin Lee, you have to have those things. Did you watch the main that went around of the scene where Frodo wakes up now you have you and you have Billy and then Ian Watson. She's a really slow down. Sound effects has ruined secrets for me. Oh, it's extrordinary. Yeah. See, ginge calm be asks, what are your feelings on wagon wheels? I like a wagon wheel. I think we all assume that as we've got older wagon wheels of small number also hands ago bigger. Keep that in perspective. I'm even today. I'm drinking eating spicy, chili mix and some popcorn. I eat relatively healthy nowadays, vegetables and fruit. So it's pretty red Al eat wagon wheel or chuckle Bahrain even that, but a do line them. Controversial. Verse. The last question comes from Kerry e case forty, seven. What do you think of Amazon's planned ELO TR series. I'm trying to stay a little distanced from it because it has nothing to do with me and nothing to do with anyone else at the moment the I know..

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"billy billy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"billy billy" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"No i think what was cool about this episode is that this is it's a complex issue and even quote unquote good people are fallible and they need to be called out when they when they do something wrong and even if it's as simple as creeping on someone on a wedding you know like no one should have to be silent about it i have more thoughts my will let you jump in because i'm just talking like crazy we'll there were a couple of things first of all the first of all a stamp for women okay we're on this show women are are in tyrod it's pretty much i mean it's like ninety percent of our people as we've met you over the past year so traveling around the most mortifying to me was you you drop the ball you drop the ball which is my whole life women had up into open you know i owe a lot to women like women have always taken care of me and made it okay for me to be who i am i whole life so that's always going to upset me but then you know of course i think back in read all the comments i'm like well my first reaction on the show was multifaceted because starchy said he's a creep okay there's nothing wrong with saying guys at creep and there's certainly nothing wrong with telling your girlfriend that you think the guys create yeah got it then billy got a fended because of court well who knows i can't read her mouth don't think billy billy lee didn't get offended while he kind of exacerbated it when she told her when she told the other people.

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"billy billy" Discussed on #WeThePeople LIVE

#WeThePeople LIVE

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"billy billy" Discussed on #WeThePeople LIVE

"Madam it if the recasting of reema in the book of revelation got it the mites much oldham a victory for the interest of its of its particular movie and i'm interested in billy billy ideas or even celebrities are out of stern anything like make the leap from being just club pillar two front of suffering lead global whether or not that's marxism or any other idea that just seems to reach a critical mass and on hold so many people and why does that happened it would be better from these three raids in the middle east rattling about this kind of money kpn that there's leptin and part of injecting some of his is about his miraculous knows how many by from through the most powerful institution in the world just hundreds of use light of a thousand years ago threat by means of technology in the same way that you know my feet to make your i mean i'm i'm food aid even the generation of youtube instagram no people technology christians and they moves from you gene january them to you encounter fees if the story that knees cooking massimo principle among pupils much more post when it's tough you could a much wider trying to the dissemination copying thing technology approaching with a huge thing i was kind of cool i'm principle in the roman empire justin presents the functioning way but i would traditional religion which the the rounds of advice for kufuor and the greek.

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"billy billy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"billy billy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The like next week if you want to be a abroad story go ahead but this week ripley i love the ah the headlines as fans lebrun dismisses wars were they're not even a rumor snow old there's no room merged to somebody made something up there was a fabrication run with us live like a jackass and then at some point in the future will give you a real something it's a just a trade off with a reporter who just like luck run with this then we'll give you some later like to keep you had loop but you got run with us we need this what it is at i don't get it i don't why i mean i get it embassay where they do it i'd is you think you'd have enough stuff to keep you selfinterested for this this this week anyway yeah and you decide what's can throw this out there who came up with that a one of our own riders oh owner or make sense we we need content one have talked about we can turn the super bowl um you probably could if you wanted to i mean u utah nfl every single every single day the year anyway meme sure you can make up some more nfl related stores he want to or you can do some more mocked rasim keiper and mcshea and never yukiko something that is more relevant than just david copperfield a story pouf that come from this hat and has reached hitting home rabbit any call it a rumor open at what firmer you get them remain exempting up and go to rumor is never sorry move out of the way bunny it out ear handkerchief i go to pull this story at a my hat pouf there it is an lebrun may set up to stop stop stop an yes it closed of out of that what are we gonna go with i don't know it's amazing pull it out of that really is since it could could it could work i could work or marcus thompson is gonna join us as well uh so dennis right hand marks thompson an billy billy billy billeted was bills gonna be good to talk.

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"billy billy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"billy billy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"That with north getting the goals that we had so you know nobody nobody of sets up the the goals in a very concrete way we said the goal is to reduce attack cooperation that's reasonable but we haven't says off the goal of what we want to do with individuals and in both of their noses i think is showing that for most lower and middle income this would not be a great great deal a could be really good to people who have at path through entities it could really be good to people who are going to die well for their kid a very wealthy uh but i don't think he's going to accomplish the the goals that we have in the country that he's thinking about how to simplify and create the more nepal tapped system the voice dinner reality author of dollars in new book is you're going to be talking about i wanna ask you another question about the taxes uh dan because you're in sight is invaluable on this topic uh theoretically the tax code is supposed to be fair tax or supposed supposed to be fair and one of the main reasons that the tax code is supposed to be fair is so that the citizens will believe in the system and thereby conform to it and pay their taxes what say you yeah i think found that is incredibly important and and found that come from loft billy billy for example ed you know think of a kid when kids born and we feel that.

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"billy billy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"billy billy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Firm and people's brains people still remember him serving it up to price harper in the twenty four young player of and that is like color giants fans perception of strickland for years he's had a he's had a number of frustrating outings through his career including right up into memorial day with price harper we're like dude that was like if you look back on that now that was kinda like mid slide the judge like at that point in time we didn't know it was going to get worse but it was going to get worse in much did get much worse and you think back on that incident with price and everything but as pets pointed out in the shower if you look at strickland numbers he's pitched pretty well gets easier and last night he came in the eighth inning was thrown some nastiness patti was he was finally throwing the secondary piazza case finally thrown some changeups in its to keep guys offbalance let me tell you what you come in the major leaves the ninety cheese they're going to send it out of the yard so you better get smart as a pitcher he was so macho he's a guy calls coyotes coyotes macho macho is left um but yeah mix it up his arsenal we another peter in here yeah yeah what's your names are billy come on in enjoy buddy all right bill alec really want to slicelike anybody sure i like a good billy image he probably going to have a billion uh so let's do that so anyway billy billy billy billy so now there's rumors that the that strickland is is desired on the trade i've heard that makes sense which how would you feel the giants traded well i mean a better be getting something decent rhyme return what do you get because trouper could have like several good years in front of them right now if this is the beginning of him becoming a more polished pitcher yeah i just want to hold onto strickland just unthinkable i tell you what i wish i had a kruger like game plan i know it's my job as a sports talk a you're supposed to have here's my plan to save the.

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