35 Burst results for "Bob In"

5 Florida Officers Charged Over Violent Arrests of Black Men

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:20 sec | 23 hrs ago

5 Florida Officers Charged Over Violent Arrests of Black Men

"Force. Can never, ever ever being acceptable Foundation for the policing of any community. The officers can be seen kicking one of the men while he was handcuffed. You're listening to ABC news. All right. Time is now. 59. How is that commute? Looking out there? Bob Williams. Is it in full

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Arizona Border Patrol Agent, Another Driver Killed in Head-on Crash

Dr. Bob Martin Show

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

Arizona Border Patrol Agent, Another Driver Killed in Head-on Crash

"Patrol mourning the loss of one of their own this morning. One of its agents and another driver killed early yesterday morning in a head on collision near cells. Arizona It's about 60 miles southwest of Tucson. The crash happened on state route 86. The identities of the agent or the driver have not been released.

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How To Get More From Your Workouts at Home or Outdoors

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:20 min | 2 d ago

How To Get More From Your Workouts at Home or Outdoors

"For me. At the time. I was like my training has to be heavy and it was like. It's not a workout unless it's heavy and that's what the bobble kind of provide the bob elders. Just a simple way for you to add a lot of load to some very basic movement patterns like you take a dead lift. It doesn't get more basic than a dead lift right. It's the simplest movement you can. you can do doesn't think doing like technically well rod. Anyone can do it whether or not. There's like bobble aficionados out there that can you say that yes but in any case had to be heavy so i was trying these guys in the park and so obviously i didn't have. I didn't take barbells to the puck. I'd kettlebells but so i'm like well i made like white like it's got to be heavy for these 'cause cleaning like for Eighty kilo male five reps of kettlebells claim with sixteen kilos. Just isn't really that hot. So it's like one hundred twenty full-color kettlebells fuck. I need to thirty. Two's so i had in the car had parasites twelve sixteen four twenty twenty four. Thirty two two beautiful. You'll set up. It was nice at the box. The boxes that they went. And everything and i would have the guys do a lot of simple movement patents double kettlebells deadly if double kettlebells squad claim double bell push press you know. I was trying to apply what i was doing with my credit bob. Bill type training. I shouldn't say that because it was. Let's just say it was bobby trying 'cause it's given the wrong impression of cross-fitters and trying to apply that to the pock situation the same patents and using load and intensity as the metric that is creating the training stimulus for them. And i i look i look now at what i'm doing and i'm training people who are way more capable than those fuck rodney. Most stronger mobile like lasi more athletic and not all the people. But most of them. And i i can kick their asses with one twelve kilo kahlil bell in a way that i couldn't get close to with two twenty four to thirty two kilo. Kettlebells back then

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Souls Audition for Their Bodies in Sundance Hit 'Nine Days'

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 4 d ago

Souls Audition for Their Bodies in Sundance Hit 'Nine Days'

"To be selected for life on Earth. Sounds like a movie plot right like a specific movie. In fact, Pixar's soul well, it's also the premise of nine days, a live action drama that was a hit at the Sundance Film Festival. Critic Bob Mondello says nine days took him a lot more than nine days to process will is a gatekeeper of sorts and to monitor his house has a wall of vintage television sets on which the lives of people play out from their point of view. Amanda, for instance, is practicing a concerto, unaware that will is seeing on a screen exactly what she sees her hands on violin and bow that conductor and orchestra All through her eyes, will writes in a notebook that she's practicing and that it's 10,327 days since her selection. Will was her selector. It's his job as played by Winston Duke. He's an otherworldly bureaucrat who auditions souls for bodies as needed. May I call you And Sure and is four hours old. Do you know why you're here? Strangely, Yes. Do you mind if I say it out loud just to Make it. Official. Okay? You are being considered for the amazing opportunity of life. If, after this process you were selected Will have the chance to be born in a fruitful environment. You can grow develop. And accomplish. Would you like to be considered for this position and is one of six candidates and will treats five of them? Identically? Yeah. Call you, Mike. Yes. Oh, yeah. Alexander Kane. Yeah, With the six played by Suzie Bates. He gets a surprise. She wants to choose her own name, and she questions his questions as he administers what amounts to an existential aptitude test, All right, or wrong Answer. Say whatever comes to mind. Really? Not sure if I can answer your question, If you don't answer, man, All of

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Mask sales rebound as Delta variant spreads

Bob Sirott

00:12 sec | 4 d ago

Mask sales rebound as Delta variant spreads

"Vaccinated. Americans worried about surge in cases of covid have been buying masks again. Mask sales rose 24% for the week ending Tuesday, compared to the week before, that reversed the weekly declines that we've been

US Jobless Claims Down 24,000 to 400,000 as Economy Recovers

Bob Sirott

00:11 sec | 5 d ago

US Jobless Claims Down 24,000 to 400,000 as Economy Recovers

"Reported to have fallen by about 24,000. 2 400,000, another sign of strengthening for a rebounding economy and job markets earnings

Caller Shares Why He Originally Left Zimbabwe for American Liberty

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 5 d ago

Caller Shares Why He Originally Left Zimbabwe for American Liberty

"Doing great, Mr. Mark, Living first time call a longtime listener. Thank you. Born in Zimbabwe, every Republican and everything you are saying And in 25th position, correct. There's not even a single. Prop of blood of refusing In your speech, everything you conduct yourself. Thank you The truth and the devil hates the truth. Okay. Thank you Whenever something's being imposed on me on us We are called next biggest. We are homophobic. No, you can be whatever you want to do. But please do not impose that. Oh, my kids. That's the reason why I left Zimbabwe. Uh huh. You know, pasta and come to the number one world country. Tell me. How was life in Zimbabwe under the paradise of Marxism? Twice to third world. Mm hmm. You know what? That's a brilliant cut. That's why it's still the third world. Exactly. Good. That's your right, Edward. Why do we want to come here because of everything that has been built upon, But what's being done here? I'm black African. My kids are black. Being raised here are earned the right to be American. I can message Jim Bob Way. But I've got natural life. Do you know how much that took? Oh, I have voted heart. Uh, I had body height. Love to be in this country and we cannot take it for granted. Bed is always gonna lose. You're great. You are terrific. I'm going to stand for what's right, and that's the country and my kids and my family's Calipari's Because I heard to earn the right to be here. I wasn't born into it. Thank God you are here.

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Bob Odenkirk Condition Stable After 'Heart Related Incident'

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Bob Odenkirk Condition Stable After 'Heart Related Incident'

"We've learned more about the condition of the star of the TV series better call Saul the representative for Bob Odenkirk says it was a heart related incident that sent the star of better call Saul to the hospital the rep says the actor is now stable as he continues his recovery and a hospital in New Mexico Orin Kerr collapsed on the set of the breaking bad spin off that is shooting its sixth and final season for AMC crew members summoned help that the statement thanks those who came to his aid as well as the doctors and nurses treating holding Kirk and asks for privacy at this time I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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What Is the Best Way to Fight Critical Race Theory?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 5 d ago

What Is the Best Way to Fight Critical Race Theory?

"Bob you said the best way to fight critical race. Theory is to give a microphone to the people. He claims to speak for black people in america. Absolutely and that's what's inside of sylvia. Ben stolen is a woman a mom who lost a teenage daughter to urban violence many years ago and she has taken that hurt and that pain and turned it into a positive force and she's now working for the woodson center and she is organized. Two thousand five hundred other moms from around the country and they're called the voices of black mothers united and they are clearly. They took out a full page ad in usa today supporting the police. Two weeks ago. They had a conference where they invited police officers to come with the the various moms and they spent a day in a have discussing ways that they can better cooperate in have that communities protected but again the mainstream media will not publish this and so we are reaching out to other of police officers and we are. They have come together in five cities. Eric to cooperate and as a result of this level cooperation. Homicide closure rates have improved because these mothers have worked with the police to generate respect and trust to build a bridge of trust between the police and urban communities and that movement is spreading so the left does not represent. These people. Do not represent black

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Critical Race Theory: The Anti-Racists Are the New Racists With American Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson, Sr

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 5 d ago

Critical Race Theory: The Anti-Racists Are the New Racists With American Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson, Sr

"I wanna talk about critical race theory. you identify as a black male. Is that right yes okay. That's that's most your life. You're you're in your seventh decade here as blackmail so you speak from experience in the civil rights world before it went crazy and woke You wrote an article at the policy review called a better way to fight critical race theory. What's your thesis in this article. The safe is is not the first of all the so-called anti-racist are the new racist must be very clear they are propagating a theory. That that hearkens back to the days of racism where they're saying that we should be judged by the content of our character but the bottom color of our skin. It wasn't esoteric debate on campuses for many years. But then right. After the george floyd and other incidents the radical left has has has migrated into the public domain and using it now as an instrument to attack american whites attack. Democracy is being used as a pervasive strategy to really undermine the values and principles of the nation of social just and of course. Let's just be clear that what they're trying to do is they're trying to get people to think racially another words. If i see you as a white guy you see me as a white guy sees a blackout when you see that i and when you focus on that it makes you a racialist whether whether we're racists or not the point is it makes you look through the lens of race which you and i know as christians as americans. We know that that's wrong no matter where it goes no matter where it's coming from. There's something unhealthy about

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Will the New Supreme Court Be Brave and Overturn Roe v Wade?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 5 d ago

Will the New Supreme Court Be Brave and Overturn Roe v Wade?

"Given the new supreme court the new. The new justices that are. Do you think ravi way roe. V wade could be overturned in the next few years. Do you think it's possible you think how would that happen. It's definitely possible that roe v wade case law is so bad even pro-abortion legal experts say it's so bad it doesn't make sense. It doesn't hold together. It's constantly shifting precedent. Why abortion is so-called. Women's right it's not. It's killing a child You know that takes intellectual clarity and courage from the supreme court justices and they're typically supreme court's really Tries to be very moderate. They don't like to do anything dramatic. They definitely don't like undo pass precedent. That's only been done a handful of times in american history right to right. The wrongs dread scott and other terrible cases like that. So i think it's gonna be a hard push for them. But i think that someone like justice. Clarence thomas has it in him. The courage the clarity the intellectual clarity and with the right leadership on the court. They should undo the damage bro. They should just say this isn't invented. Human rights to kill a child doesn't exist. The state has an interest to protect these children. The fourteenth amendment ensures equal protection under the law that should be for all humans including pre-born humans. They're not you know less than a born human Do i think they're going to do that. With this case. I think that would be a long shot. Just because they're kind of timid by nature a lot of these justices and some of them are just outrageous tonight to say cowardly. That's another correct word to you. Back the fact that they were unwilling to look at the evidence in the election fraud that was a staggering thing. Because nobody says how you have to rule but would you look at the evidence. The fact that they wouldn't even look at the evidence. It's a chilling thing really that they are already playing politics. They're already abandoning their roles as arbiters of the constitution when when they do things like that so they are human beings are capable and something like that. That's a debate. There's two sides of that debate but when it comes to human life life life. There's no debate on when life begins. I mean this is just shouldn't even be a matter. You don't get to legislate away the right to live a whole group of people. But that's what the supreme court did in one thousand nine hundred eighty needs s. It needs to be

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How the Fight for the Unborn Is Gaining Ground and Thriving

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 5 d ago

How the Fight for the Unborn Is Gaining Ground and Thriving

"Is the battle for the unborn different today than it was when you began your organization. It's so different in a good way. I mean there's so many more voices younger voices speaking out for change and on behalf of the pre-born mothers the abortion rate has declined in the last ten years to in some ways historic lows. Pro-life legislation is at an all time high at the state level unprecedented pro-life legislative game attribute that to. I think it's a lot of factors but primarily the energy and enthusiasm of the fight. I mean there's millions. I mean live. Action has five and a half million people following us following along and we have other organization live. Action has how many myself and live action. We have over five and a half million people following our work and fifteen million people reaching weekly with our work and and these are mostly young people young women. So that's the backbone of our movement and i just i didn't that didn't exist ten years ago and it's exciting to be part of that in other pro-life groups The founded and grow into amazing work serving mothers and need and families as well as educating and getting involved in politics. I think i was at the pro-life march a few years ago. And i remember saying that i think that the trend part of the reason the trend has been changing is because of science in other words. Ironically we know things today that we didn't know we have ultrasounds you have pictures of your unborn siblings on the refrigerator and so it's not worth. It's not a thesis. You can see actually that this is a person. This is my brother. This is my sister. This is my grandchild. It's it's become a thing. Technology has enabled us to see the humanity of the unborn and so science. The more we know a from from science and technology we have the the more clear it is that this is a person and obviously nineteen. Seventy-three was very easy to talk about it. As a as a bunch of cells or the blob or something. It's less easy to do

Professor Paul Kengor Writes a Remarkable Review of 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Professor Paul Kengor Writes a Remarkable Review of 'American Marxism'

"Professor. Paul Kengor is an expert on communism is an expert on the Cold War. He spent a lifetime studying this. He's from Grove City. And not at my request, he wrote a review that appeared today in the American Spectator, The American Spectator. Is an iconic Publication and our website. By one of the great Conservatives really in modern times. Bob. Terrible. And who has been so important in so many ways to so many people. I don't want to give you a taste of what Professor King, Gore said, given his unique position. And I Some of you believe me in some of you on but I'm not reading this for the praise. I'm reading it for the analysis, okay? Go to Amazon and type in Mark Levin, American Marxism and you'll find the number one best selling book in the country, with hundreds of reviews and mere weeks. Even more impressive. It's rated 4.9 out of five stars. Clearly something is up. It's not just Levine's name is platform as he raised his huge radio show his life, Liberty and Love, inch on the Fox News Channel or his previous best sellers. What's up is what Levin has tapped into with this particular book, American Marxism. What's up is unfortunately, American Marxism. This is not American Marxism in the form that this nation long ago dealt with. This is not the American Marxism of the past century in the style of the standard. Of the former standard bearers Gus Hall, Alger Hiss, the Rosenbergs, the Hollywood 10 and so forth. No, that was really Soviet Marxism. Those guys and gals of Communist Party USA swore a literal loyalty oath to Stalin's

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Bob Odenkirk Collapses on Set Of "Better Call Saul"

Red Eye Radio

00:12 sec | 6 d ago

Bob Odenkirk Collapses on Set Of "Better Call Saul"

"And better call Saul. Actor Bob Odenkirk is in the hospital after collapsing on set variety reports. Odenkirk was working on the sixth season in Culver City Tuesday afternoon. When he went down There is no word on the 58 year olds condition or what caused him to

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Interview With Kristin Dodson of Flatbush Misdemeanors

Black Girl Nerds

01:58 min | Last week

Interview With Kristin Dodson of Flatbush Misdemeanors

"Welcome to the black gunners podcast. I'm your host rain and are you mismatch comedy in your life basically showed us gonna keep it real. Tell you the struggles of the city life. And y'all it's just sometimes struggle issues. Through i mean that's all i can say when you follow into characters of this. Show dan and kevin. I'm talking about flatbush. Misdemeanors own showtime. And you know my thing about dan and kevin on this show is i feel like they're not making the right connections because they're officials out of water and flatbush brooklyn you know. They're not talking to the right. People don't have key players as xactly. When i'm saying is they don't know kristen dotson they might you know masters i'm telling measures where now i exactly but you know you hear over there. Beautiful laugh over the hagedorn. Kristen thank you for joining me. bob away. I'm so glad that you has invited me to come on here. I'm like super excited. I've actually been a huge fan of you guys. So we'll look. I appreciate it and don't let this be a your first and only time of course not please invite me back anytime but look speaking of the truth though before we get into flatbush Misdemeanors let me talk about some other projects. Gary you keep moving you got things going you did cartoon network's the shivering truth. Tell me about being in the animator. World always like that comparison. They're like when you go on a series and how that is an animation. I mean well for one animation you literally just roll out of bed so up in a you know. Just do your thing. I think now. I inside from that like the other difference especially doing animation like a cartoon if they allow you to can totally change your voice based off with the character there's just a little bit more Freedom in not having to worry about how you look your makeup or anything it's just lifting those words off the page

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Bobbing in the Bay: Revisiting The Crimes of Oba Chandler

Twisted Travel and True Crime

02:04 min | Last week

Bobbing in the Bay: Revisiting The Crimes of Oba Chandler

"In florida. There's an ocean reachable within sixty miles of any point of land in the state. And this is what draws so many people there sadly today's murderer oba chandler used his access to the water as a lure for unsuspecting women on sunday morning. June fourth nineteen forty nine. The bodies of three unidentified women were floating around in tampa bay. The first body was found when several people aboard a sailing boat that was crossing under the sunshine. Skyway saw something bobbing in the water. They immediately called the police who began working to remove the body as they were doing so a second body was found floating under appear in saint petersburg which was about two miles north of where the first body was found. Police will retrieving the second body. When the third was found floating only two hundred yards away. All three bodies were found floating face down. They had been bound and gagged and were nude from the waist down then they had been tied to concrete blocks which were pulled up to the surface as the bodies began to decompose after thorough autopsy. The coroner stated that the women had been sexually assaulted then thrown into the water alive. They hadn't been blindfolded so they had been able to see and hear and had struggled to untie themselves until their air ran out the fact that the women were raped told police they were looking for a sexual predator. Investigators immediately began combing through missing persons cases in an attempt to identify the three women but were unable to find anything days later a manager from a local hotel calls. The police say at three women checked into his hotel but didn't check out. They were joan rodgers and her two daughters michelle and christie and detective named cavill and his team entered the room where they found clothes toys and other personal items fingerprints. These items were found to match the bodies of the victims. They were a mother and her two daughters.

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Congressman Darrell Issa on Winning Back the White House

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Congressman Darrell Issa on Winning Back the White House

"Next is gonna be exciting. I think two thousand twenty. It's going to be even more exciting. Having seen the president recently new york. I'm convinced he's going to run. I think he's gonna win. One of the biggest challenges we face if that occurs. We got a win the house. We got to win the senate. We're going to take back. The white house is how we get good people onto the bench and into the next administration you were nominee a trade nominee for the trump administration. The democrats blocked you left right and center. of course. they're going to do that to anybody. Who's good and who's going to be a fighter but isn't the biggest challenge just finding people who are willing to do what you did down to actually put their name down for position after what we've seen happen to people who believe in america thrust you're exactly right that The brutalizing Using the criminal justice system using the media Of nominees has only intensified. most americans. See it at the supreme court level but it occurs all the way down to the deputy assistant secretaries and ambassadors The foreign affairs committee stranded. Tens of people myself included Because bob menendez the most honest member of the senate gordon himself So simply objected. And the arcane rules of the senate The majority allowed that at of course you're now seeing the opposite suddenly your everyone's rushing through and they don't even have a legitimate. There's through so the challenge. We have is to stop the double standard either either block biden nominees or don't tolerate the blocking of your nominees when When things are reversed in another three years

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Shaking Hands With Mr. History: Pastor and Author Greg Laurie on Billy Graham

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Shaking Hands With Mr. History: Pastor and Author Greg Laurie on Billy Graham

"Graham whom you write about. Obviously in the book called. Billy graham the men. I knew he met and knew everyone. He minister to the queen of england. He he ministered to people. We can't even imagine He he he he knew churchill. It's amazing and it was hard to get him to talk about these things. Frankly because i understood that what. I should cantu billy graham. I was shaking hands with mr history. He knew golden my year. He knew as you mentioned the queen winston churchill. He knew all the popular movie stars. In the day. Bob hope and john wayne and jack many et cetera. But then he had a bentley for the most part a working relationship with every american president from truman arguably all the way to trump. The trump wasn't an office. Trump came to billy's ninety th birthday party and at his table i was at that party. And trump was a businessman. So he may he knew. Donald trump Barack obama came to visit him. But all these presidents on both sides of aisle republican and democrat called on. Billy he really was pasture to them. But you know. I think one of his great qualities is he would not always disclosed details because he he respected their privacy. Didn't want to exploit it. And they'll probably goes back to what happened when he met his first president president. Truman billy with sort of blown up at that point becoming very well known. He requested meeting with the president. He was denied a few times. Finally being let him come for a short meeting. He walked into the president's office. He and his team were very young men. The days double-breasted suits with painted ties. White bug shoes and billy puts his hand on the president shoulder. Praise for him and he found out later. It wasn't supposed to touch the president and i and truman didn't like billy all that much because afterwards he went on the front lawn of the white house and the press came to him and ask them. What are the president's aid you any told them and then they said. Would you get down in praying. So billion to as team members that were in the oval office got done one need pain. They took this picture. Truman did not like it at all. Billy later apologized determined. Truman said it was no problem. Some briefed you. But he learned to be more discreet when he met with these important people and keep their conversations. He had with them confidential but he always was seeking to minister to them and point them to christ.

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"bob in" Discussed on Distractible

Distractible

07:55 min | Last month

"bob in" Discussed on Distractible

"The podcast and learn the right to host next week's episode and played the role of judge being as i killed it last week. I get the hose this week. And i am wade. Barnes joined by my lovely beautiful co hosts. Marc fischbach and bob. My skin's hey guys forgot how to say my name. I did i did. I could tell. Bob you really take on a fascinating cadence when you do the intros criticize it. 'cause like it does work but this is the bob moon is very is very bouncy all right here we go again guys podcast. I'm wade this market bob. Let's hope someday we're like hanging out or just like doing something really casual and everyone's being normal and at some point way to just like a whoa guys. Hey starting to and everyone is like reading a script right now. So let me tell you about this story. I experienced last week when i went to the grocery store and had to buy milk. Who wants to play some beer pong. Let's get the cut line out by rules. Bounces are swap but only on a bouncer allowed slowly devolving into game show host version of john. Winning right there. Pilgrim's welcomed this tractable ever. This just happened different. Laugh or talk and the voice that comes out of you scares your own self. Yes have my voice is a little horse and i just laughed and my whole body was like whose laugh was that. What the hell felt like a spider wave of saliva in your throat and you go to speak blocks your vocals and you sound like something completely different. And you're like oh and then you go off but it's still there blocking off. No you're really scared like the bubble pops and you're like oh i'm back. Yeah no i have that a lot but what if it actually is just like. You're so funny at one point the demon standing behind you chuckles. So we're not even into the episode yet. Have you guys. Have you guys ever heard a voice like you're laying in bed. You're trying to fall asleep. Have you ever heard of voice. That wasn't your voice in your head. Does that happen. you know. Yeah oh yeah okay. The thing that happens to me sometimes it's almost like almost asleep and then like my body's just like you're going to die one day is terrible and i'm like oh god away but like it still sounds like me but it's like dick wade. I only ever hear my own voice like ninety nine percent of the time. But i was trying to fall asleep the other night and i was just thinking about the day like you know whatever some the stress me out and i was just laying there and i heard it sounded like it came from across the room. It was not mandy. She was asleep. I just heard a voice. That said exactly what. I was thinking that was like. That's not something you need to be upset about. Like it was my mom or something but it wasn't. It wasn't anyone's voice that i recognize. It was just like a woman's voice. I didn't sleep for like a few hours after that because my entire body was just like off. This happens other people weren't. Yeah my weird i mean. I've had it happen all the time. I is like it's either an auditory hallucination hallucinations your brain just being like. Here's a voice randomly. Who but i've had that. I've had people whisper like inches from my ear. Went on like either waking up. Or i'm going straight to that and it'll just be it'll be someone saying hello and it'd be fucking i don't like that's bad doors opening and closing. I hear it all the time. Yeah i've felt my grandma's hand my grandma who passed away late. Two thousand and five occasional like smell her perfume or like she was a smoker. Something like like it. Smell the smoke or something about. I'll feel her hand on my shoulder. Guardian angel type thing. We wouldn't like that. I would turn around and be like grandma like in moments of extreme stress or like there's been moments like where i'm driving and some swerve at me. Obviously we got hit by the semi but like other than that. There's been a few moments. Where like something i should not have seen all like just barely dodged and i'll feel like she like pushed my hands to help me turn away from it or something which is really weird. No those are grasping at you from the beyond leo coming to me now. All just missed you. Who's other die. Come back to me. Oh i'll next time baked uncle. That always hated you. Pop up save the knock him on steroids into it online. You ought to visit with your grandson. Don't you see all of this. Supernatural discussion has excited for today's topic which is delivered right. What a segue delivering you to the beyond as fast as possible. Gotcha i understand. We're kind of cheating a little bit today because our topic comes. I feel like it's already kind of a bias topic. But bob had a heck of an experience and we're so excited mark and i were so excited to hear how happy he was about that. We had to change our topic last minute from very other. Good one that we definitely had planned in advance Delivery bob if you're ready. I will yield my time to you if you will. So yeah so. Are you going to try and compete with this marker. We know i'm gonna let that role. I have something else for it. But i want to. I want to hear this. I still reserve the right to a point where i want them to a leaking out of turn. My way through this episode was my uncle. Tried to shut me shoveling a ghost sock in my mouth right there. Yield a yield. My time extractable is also fortunate enough to be sponsored by grub up today when you're livestream come up for grub at some point and someone who's been streaming more and more and more lately i can tell you it's really nice having food delivered to your door. And grub hub has got you covered pretty much all lived through the last year i think a lot of people have become aware of the variety of food delivery options. That are out there. 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"bob in" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"bob in" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm back with bob. Maza caskey mas. To most of us bob again your stories insane and i wanna take it in chunks because people need to really understand how you came to be the man who found a school in the inner city of chicago. It's been an insane success. Chicago hope academy. Your book is safe at home made into movie kano raves reeves. Plays you hilarious concept. Because i know you. It's so funny but you and i walked in. She thought i thought you were. That's i get that all the time so seriously though you when you were in columbia and onward. Let's cut to the chase. You were a wild man. You came from a tough neighborhood. You start doing coke like crazy to tell us that part of your life so never took a drug on my never smoked a cigarette right movies. I took some speed for football games at yale. We tied yell three two three years. Homecoming remember taking speak for everybody. Yellow like woody allen also. We are without excuse so and my senior year. I was admitted to a four year program business and law school which is prestigious. But i didn't realize how fortunate i was at the time and i was running the school pub and a gentleman who's become a friend now art h said. You look tired. Try this so it's two o'clock in the morning which is insane now as a parent. We were opened. The colome university published thursday. Friday and saturday night open from nine to three like nobody was watching us. I'm telling about six. Or seven hundred seventy nine eighty early eighties right. Okay so you look tired try this snort. Cocaine never smoked a cigarette in my life. I took a hard-drug drug second. And i stayed up all night studying second i tried it and the third night he came by i said is cheaper. If we get a lot of that and in my book. I say i only did cocaine first time after that. It did me and so it's just a horrible drug. I mean what did you do this week. And i spent a thousand dollars. What did you do. I sat around and felt nervous so anyway how to run with that might quit. I didn't do it well. I was a streaker. I wouldn't do it for a month. But when i did. I began thursday. Friday saturday night. You wouldn't see me so after college. Football obviously wasn't good enough to play professionally or anything like that. So i started picked up rugby. And there i meet. Bj weber of times square. Okay you're walked you working on wall street no no. I was labor relations director for mayor..

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"bob in" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:47 min | 3 months ago

"bob in" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Either folks sometimes on this program. I like to talk about current events but not now and yet. I'm going to talk about current events sometimes current events or unpleasant but if you have talked about current events in their unpleasant you wanna find somebody who is pleasant and who gives you hope we have as my guest today my friend bob woodson now bob woodson. You may have seen him on tucker carlson. You may have seen them on. Laura ingraham he's blowing up. He's on the tonight show with johnny carson. He's got a guest spot on chico. And the man coming up. Unbelievable bob woodson. Welcome to the program again there. Are you really going to be on chico. And the man. I just love it. You don't think so. They cancel that show about forty one years ago. I know yeah and now it's just called the man well. Let me ask you some serious questions here bob. We're living in a tough time in this country race has just become you know the word du jour and right now. We've got some trials. Some things going on. I just want to talk to you about all of it. So what is your perspective. You've been in the civil rights world for many decades now and you're trying to bring real hope to people. So what do you make of you know. Kind of a media circus that is happening right now with some of these trials and some of these different cases that are coming up. Well i think we are reaching a very dangerous time very dangerous time. I think we're getting to the point. Where either gonna choose community or chaos and with the radical left. The progressives have really seized upon the whole racial issue in america the use in their arsenal to kinda bludgeoned country. They don't really care about justice for blacks but they're just exploiting this because they know that is a deeply emotional issue in the country and they're able to drive the agenda and really use race as a political weapon to seize power the very fact that every time a white officer assaults or kills..

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"bob in" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"bob in" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Where la- gig the gig. An awful accident. This is the best. Owed someone's jealous that my franchise and you haven't thought of yours. Yeah killer that's a franchise. Well i it just. It's just from the waist down. He's he's your worst nightmare from the waist up not much as app you know but thank tell from the top palay from the bottom. Why can't this be you guys know that i am when i put my mind to something i can do it. Much like bob odenkirk. I don't see any reason why i can't be wurley. Gig the new action star. I'd pay top dollar to see that. Movie i really would. What is top already was still way below market rates. It's literally a dollar when you say top dollar. It's not the price of a ticket right now. It's the top one in my wallet. It's the top dollar taller on the top of your stack of bills. Yeah that's about right. No one's gonna wanna see where the gig i love. I love the twist where they're not even threatening. You know never threatened. Most of the people i kill in the movie are younger and older people asking for directions or trying to tell me. I think that's your iphone and you should put it back in your pocket. You might lose ebbing helpful. Oh my legs start spinning it's a blur of long lanky irish legs and this part of the movie where i wear short shorts..

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"bob in" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"bob in" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Pitch it and close the doors. I doing it a show like this. Big Star. Now now. This. Now, you're talking about the last time you spoke to somebody maybe. I. Don't know four or five months before his death. I'm in a restaurant in Beverly Hills. Restaurant where I had had dinner with Don and his and his wife Barbara who were very good friends with Allen and Linda Michael's. So anyway on this particular occasion, I'm with my wife Jill and another couple and we're to the front of the restaurant and we must have gotten there well after rickles and his party had arrived. So he's at the back of the restaurant, the last kind of booth or alcove before you go down a long hallway toward the restrooms and his back is to the rest of the room. So I get up to go to the men's room, and as I'm walking toward the corridor I, see the unmistakable figure of rickles you don't have to see his face, just the shape body, his head. From behind right. So so I come up behind him and I tap is shoulder I don't remember he's eighty nine years old at this point whenever I tap on the shoulder he turns and in a split second has no idea in there in a split second he goes I say this as a friend people are getting tired of you. Back. What what about going from one iconic to another about what about Rodney? Who you had on your HBO show. Rodney Rodney and I I became acquainted. He had that back to school movie. Yeah, Oh sure. where I'm going to go out on a limb here and somebody's going to take another context and a wind up on the Internet and it'll be fine for Gilbert, but it won't be some great for but what the Hell. Back to school remember he's he's sitting in a hot tub, right? He's like A. Seventy year. Old Guy who's come. Out. In the hotel and these these three coeds go walking by and he says, Hey, honey, what's your major? She says poetry goes poetry well, the JOPPA here and helping out with by longfellow. That's ridiculous. It's quite resorting. Back to school is is coming out and NBC has the January Nineteen eighty-six Super Bowl between the berries, the Patriots so I'm hoping the soup. and. The ideas that dangerfield will periodically appear during the pre-game show and the idea is he can't get any respect. He can't get a ticket to the game. He's in a fleabag hotel outside New Orleans and he's he's soaking his feet in a tub of ice because he's been tracing up and down Bourbon street trying to score tickets for the game and his friend Bob won't help them out. But each time you'll mention something you know. Tough High School Bob on our team. We after we sacked quarterback, we went after a spam. kind of trying to attack. Iraq. Football. I had this guy. You know he was a guy who specialized in playing old decrepit guy. He was on Letterman allot a really skinny guy couldn't couldn't have been Carl Oldie Olsen because I. Sounds. Sounds right that sounds okay. So he played in he played the Bellman. He kept coming in with fresh cold water to pour into this bucket is but that dangerfield was soaking speeded and each time he would give the guy a tip. So he goes. A little something for yourself. Walks out that come next time. Some something for your wife and he walks up third time something for your kids and he starts to leave and all these earns back because I don't have any kids interested religious backgrounds ponder but huge WANNA goes. Get yourself some kids itself had. So now. So now dangerfield and I become sort of friendly through this and on Hbo I, Guess We must have been around two thousand five was whatever year Rodney passed away. And this turned out to be his last television appearance and we had a segment called nine and ninety where a guest unknown to me would come out from behind a curtain and I would have to hopefully recognize him or her, and then he or she would come with nine questions. I would have to answer in ninety seconds and it was usually preceded by some sort of banter between me and the guest. So I have no idea it's going to be dangerous. Rodney comes slowly shuffling out and the crew goes nuts seeing Rodney dangerfield and well, they're hooping and hollering he says to me under his breath. Asked me if I've been to the beach and I'm thinking well, that should be my first question is like an eighty five year old guy who's white as a ghost I'm sure he's finance. Fire. So. So I say. Rodney. It's summertime committed to the beach. He Goes Oh. Yeah. Bob I like to hang around a nude beach and then a crew goes nuts again every time he says something it punctuated by them. Cracking up the hang around a nude beach. Oh. He goes yeah. You're on the day a guy came up to me. He weighed a hundred pounds I go skinny guy. Yeah he goes. Yeah. A hundred pounds and that was in his testicles and now the the crew's going nuts up. That's That's rather interesting. He says, yeah, he came to me Sir I'm depressed I said GonNa depress you nuts. So. Far, as I know, that was the last joke that Rodney. Dangerfield. Ever told on the air and like a lot of great comics a lot of great comics it isn't remotely as funny unless it's told by Rodney. It's it's like you roasting George Tocchet. It isn't just a setting that you can get away with it at a at a friars rose like that. It's material that only works for Gilbert Godfrey, but it works to attend on a ten scale for Gilbert Godfrey. Same thing with Rodney Dangerfield, he had created this persona. He created this character if you or I just sat down next Johnny Carson and rattled off these jokes not only would it not be good? It would be awful. Would bombing never by? Those Perfect those Carson appearances were so great because as Gilbert says, you got two sets, you got the set when he came. And the set in the chair. And I. Always. Sit in a chair was even funnier even better. All Johnny say how you been, right. One, the transition was. I'm all right now my last week Owens and Ben last week and shape all in this thing was. Hey Johnny gotTa, Gordon's Dr. You, know my doctor, Johnny boombats. Avenue. I mean just just wiki three cases of Indian his office I mean he's on right now but. I think one of my favorite Vinnie boombox jokes was doc I got yellow teeth. What should I do over.

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"bob in" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"bob in" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Mono- plaid man and her friend. Dan. rathers. You, this is an addition of experts on expert. By the way, I want to just drop a hint that were putting together a couple more shows and getting so excited. Hopefully. People want to be with us. Throughout the week because we got more comment. Yeah. Yes. So today we have without question the most legendary journalist to ever live in this country Bob Woodward. He is an American investigative journalist he started working for the Washington Post as a reporter Nineteen seventy-one and is currently the associate editor in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two, Woodward, and Carl Bernstein famously did much of the original news reporting on the Watergate scandal these scandals led to numerous. Government Investigations and the eventual resignation of President Nixon. He has covered nine presidents over fifty years. Now, do you want to say one thing? This one leans political but the only thing I would plead to folks to give it a chance is simply that Bob has been critical of both sides. If there's ever been a journalist who attacked fraudulence and lies on both sides of the aisle, it is Bob. So he has earned the right for anyone. On the right to listen to him as he is earned, the right for anyone left to listen to him read his books are Obama's wars all the president's men, the brethren inside the supreme. Court fear trump in the White House in his new book rage. Please enjoy Bob Woodward. We are supported by fight camp. If you're looking for a workout that keeps you engaged learning excited and motivated a work that's never boring and always challenging you've. Got To check out fight camp by camp brings the boxing gym to your living room. They provide all the gear and top trainers. Everything you need to get great workouts in the boxing. Workout has always been ranked as one of the best ways to get in shape, and it's honestly one of the most fun ways to combine cardio and strength training. Now, I gotta be honest. This is one of the coolest things that you can bring into. Your. Living Room because it's such a pain in the neck, try to go find boxing coach in a boxing gym. It comes all year you need and the best standing punchbag on the market great boxing gloves quick hand wraps and their unique punch tracking sensors that show you real time progress in stats on any IOS device learned.

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"bob in" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:07 min | 10 months ago

"bob in" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Starring Mono- plaid man and her friend Dan rathers. Song you this is an addition of experts on expert. By, the way I want to just drop a hint that were putting together a couple more shows and getting so excited. Hopefully people want to be with us. Throughout the week because we got more comment. Yeah. Yes. So today we have without question the most legendary journalist to ever live in this country. Bob Woodward. He is an American investigative journalist. He started working for the Washington Post as a reporter Nineteen seventy-one in is currently the associate editor in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two, Woodward, and Carl Bernstein famously did much of the original news reporting on the Watergate scandal these scandals led to numerous. Government Investigations and the eventual resignation of president. Nixon he has covered nine presidents over fifty years. Now, do you want to say one thing? This one leans political but the only thing I would plead to folks to give it a chance is simply that Bob has been critical of both sides. If there's ever been a journalist who attacked fraudulence and lies on both sides of the aisle, it is Bob. So he has earned the right for anyone. On the right to listen to him as he is earned, the right for anyone left to listen to him eight his books are Obama's wars all the president's men the brethren inside the Supreme Court fear trump in the. White. House, in his new book rage, please enjoy Bob Woodward we are supported by fight camp. If you're looking for a workout that keeps you engaged learning excited and motivated a work that's never boring and always challenging you've. Got To check out fight camp by camp brings the boxing gym to your living room. They provide all the gear and top trainers everything you need to get great workouts in the boxing workout has always been ranked as one of the best ways to get in shape, and it's honestly one of the most fun ways to combine cardio and strength training. Now, I gotta be honest. This is one of the coolest things that you can bring into. Your living here because it's such a pain in the neck, try to go.

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"bob in" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"How route got that read knows. He was the last one out. It made a sound there was like. It was like a suction. Out there was when that reindeer came out of Santa's Asshole it was like the day the clown cried. That Analogy Bob. Thank you. Well Happy Christmas. Thank you so. These snobby. Yeah, and we'll save your list. There's I. Hope they're alive by the time this is released. This was like a Perry Como Christmas special. Really it was like match very much. Being gross be by the fireplace. Grow his children into. I hear he was a Good Dad Oh God. I don't know if that's true every. I don't think that's true. I think there's just like now so much tabloid stuff I think shadow know someone has. was talking to Buddy Hackett. About, being cross we and Bing crosby say. You WanNa know you are now like being. Pink. Cake because being quietly clicking Gerhard. Without. I think people that do abuse people are because they have a sexual problems. I would think. So they're angry about something maybe they heard this podcast maybe. Hate to. Listen to this and then go beat someone I. Hope Not. All right you've. Heard. I've got. That'd be a good song right now he's done. He's saying his. Just before we leave I, just want to ask one more time to their any other wishes that you would have win. Santa. Comes down your chimney. I like like making Gilbert. Laugh. I'd like best what would be the most dramatic exciting thing Santa could do for you for Christmas. Well, I love dish out. And this mouth 'cause he's got that big beer. Show they would feel like I which fucking midst. But you wouldn't want to touch Mrs Claus you. Just. WanNa. Do it to Santa. Yes. Yes, I am. Self respect. Right okay and. I was GONNA save more of the the ten days of twelve days honecker. I don't know. All the children are snuggled like sugar plums. You don't want that I'm standing in the house. I. I'd like him to lick my sugar plums. You'd like you would like Santa Teabag us. I. Hope. Gill. You might want a disclaimer on the end. This. This podcast is not for everyone and then dot dot dot wait for. One last thing what would be your favorite. Christmas. Most Per You would make the happiest on on. Christmas. I wake up Chris you wake up. Christmas morning and. Santa. It's squatting up my face. Taking our tremendous shit up eight. After eating the thousand Candy Canes. Thousand. What candy. Case. That's that's the one. WHO When he's done is gone on his sleigh yelling merry. Tastes. Lance log of shit comes out. He goes merry Christmas to all. To all the good. So They. tied. Logs. HAPP. Well before we go, we want to thank our sponsor hallmark. Thank. God. What if Santa was constipated, not be able to get your Christmas. You were on vacation with baths and it was Christmas time because some people in show business gone up to the say Kobe over two years from now you're on vacation you're just a to you and a beautiful romantic spot and Santa Shows What would be your Christmas wish at that moment on your beautiful Christmas vacation. Well, I I'd say Sate Nick, would you like to take some laxatives dot? then. Them hold it in actual. Possible. Showing. Asset. Gilbert. Does. Something explosive that happens. It would come blasting out. That's not the reindeer all it's his propulsion. Diarrhea and Shit. What's So all the houses are covered as he flies off into the night. Somebody's gotTa edit all this together. I don't think editing required people. A couple of pounds shit. I, Love You Gilbert and thank you Franken. Thank you Darren. Thank you. It was a pleasure being part of your spectacular soup. About guys you? Got To. Say that good nights and then if you could do an idea for us. Ok. Well, I'm Gilbert Godfrey Been Gilbert Godfrey JR amazing colossal. With my co hosts Frank Santo. Padre we been talking. Man whose jerks off incentive. Beard. Scott. Different doing different. The evolve Senate. Nineteen. Ninety. Go ahead and come on. It's Christmas in in in July and August. One more. Oak. And then Bob. Do. Nice. Promo for us. Oh, it's going to be is. We've been. Fucking we've, been talking about jagged. Thank you Bob Thank you my God we're all going to prison. That's all..

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"bob in" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I wrote him and said I Lick your big sack. I. Think you'll I think we're going to save this for the Christmas episode. Going to hang on. Hang on. Copy and paste. Yes only July but we'll we'll. Don't cut this from the episode. Gosh. No. These are gills we're going to plug. It's Let's let's also plug your book from two from two, thousand, fourteen which. Don't do these old credits. You're causing a lot of pain dirty daddy. Book available now on Microfiche. So. You can get where you can get Gilbert's book. And Guess Dirty Daddy's in paperbacks though and they will. We will look for the Martin Mull Doc when all this shit is over and the podcast called Bob Sagi- here for you. And that's available wherever you get your podcast. Apple or spotify, your grandmother's house, and finally, what do you know about Cesar? Romero. Mino- that my mother saw him in a parking lot and said that he hit on her on nine Jeez in the valley years ago and my mother's gone for years. But twenty five years ago she says, she saw Cesar Romero not dressed as the joker from the. Batman and he? came up to her and he was wearing a black leather jacket bobby I'm not. On, get a drink with me. So my mother apparently was attractive back then of my dad was sexually abused by Frank Gorton. Tragic Yes. Riddle me this and then what he did, but his penis and his penis shape question mark. Ask. What's your grandmother abused by David Wayne? I think you've hit a nerve. You knew that. Yeah. My Grandmother was actually David Blaine encased her in ice. SLABS OF ICE. Did Your Grandmother Ever, go down on either Julie Newmar yes. Yes. Yes. Yes she went down on my grandmother my bubby. went down on everybody. Everybody and that's how she got to America from Russia. Fuck, I forget earth that a wife who is the? Earth? Yeah I don't talk about my my. Way But? Yes. The answer. I don't I. Don't talk about it that way. What about the victims? Bueno. Buoyed Harrow. On on Batman. Question about him in my and. He called her. King King Tit. She's no more and I loved her very much. Now that we've talked about her so respectfully. Gilbert. All. I love you very much Gobert. Very, very much. Frank. I. Would say I, tolerate you. rickles would say Matt rigorous would say Matt not so much. And dare dare. I truly love you're very lucky man Gobert. You've really outdone yourself. Please don't touch her and. And you know you'll. You'll make everybody. Happy. Having more kids. All. Do Hope Sandoval will come. I. Hope Santa comes in my ass all. Ask. was. Just. Math. Fill no reasoning. All started. Humanitas prize skill. Definitely going to be the your this is going to submit one. This is a good one. But this one for the peabody. For the Peon me is. Four. Spur you're in consideration to listen to the shit give our best to Michael O. to Bob I will and Gobert. I hope you get what you want for Christmas. What would that be be? Santa's what. I would like I. I don't WanNA, keep saying it over and over and over. Shows, includes that normally not me? You ruined my reputation that others. I would like Santa shop his cock. Mike Astle and common my ass for Christmas not the other holiday, the other holidays rates. Would you want the else? It'd be like. Holing you're holding something you think. I would like to show up all of the else ach centers has. Their big the hurt. And While Chevy Nam. Appeal. I want said to. Haul all. Does. It sounds like Ed McMahon. Jolly Jolly. While you're shoving elves of as asphalt. Ship. Reindeer..

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"bob in" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"Busy and always Being good providers you know those are things that like. We've have definitely become part of us who who we are but WH-. How did you process that time? Bob In in two thousand five. Or how have you process it? In the last fifteen years well it was so different to to your point when you have a challenging relationship and you're not as close certainly in that in that aspect for us it seemed to make the loss easier to to deal with We did we have so much to thank our dad four with our work ethic and whether we that was genetic or whether that was from the environment that we grew up in our extroverted nature. I'm sure our wives will make their snarky comments here about You know storytelling herb or being too extroverted talking to the cashier at the grocery store for for no reason other than just to chat them up and hopefully leave them with a positive feeling for the day you know. Yeah that's something we've been known for. Yeah Yeah So. We probably would be accused of that after someone listening to this podcast but But our sense of humor I so many things I think that are about. Our personalities are from dad and that we appreciate that we appreciate and loved ad for for who he was to us. Obviously use our father but he's role model so many other ways but then on the other hand you have the fact that we knew our whole lives that he was an alcoholic. He was very strict. Had Been in the Marine Corps had had very strict parents Putting all that together Was the oldest of four boys was the oldest of four boys. Probably felt like a leader in that regard and and Just seeing the way he he lives his life with maybe working too much and not being around at home as often or going to our events as we played sports all growing up. Wasn't there to support us with that. Which you know we we would rather had less. You know things at home and I wanted for more. Maybe in regard in head less money if we we would have been able to see him there up in the stands at one of our football games or baseball games. You're not born with toughness. It has to be developed. Discover five ways to become tough as nails go too strong by design tough. Dot Com. Enter your email and download this special report for free. Let's get back to the show as we got so that later stage in Life Dad was had been married to judy. The marriage after Are the one with our mother. And he was had moved out from her the House that they shared and he was renting his own place wasn't taking care of himself was only in his early sixties but to to look at him that last year you would have thought he was ten years older than that because he was still smoking and still drinking and probably not eating right. I know he wasn't eating on a regular basis I think he was smoking and drinking his his cares away so I think I kept in touch with him more than than you did at the time you and Sam were just about to get married so you guys had a lot. You know you're moving. You're getting married you you had a lot. You're thinking about and dad was kind of the place in a mess. Going through his his divorce and So we weren't as close and When he we got the news that he had fainted and was in the hospital. I'm sure that we all have regrets with that. We were closer up to where he was a Massachusetts at the time we were down you and I anyway down here Florida. Dave was still up in Connecticut. Sedav went to be you know to visit an hospital. The first day he he was a coherent. He didn't really know what happened. How we got there that he had fainted and the as someone called an ambulance but then within I think twenty four hour period. He slipped into a coma that he never came out of an within. A month had passed away so I I did not get to see him during that time. I know you didn't So that Sir regret But being young guys we weren't in not knowing really what was GONNA happen? We weren't in a position to jump on a plane and go visit him. I'm sure hoping that he would come out of it and be okay again But the regret was really Just not being nearby to help them and having a closeness That we wish that we would have had in the in those later years. I think we forgave him and kept certainly to touch on the Musar father. We My wife got to meet him once in person. Got To talk on the phone. A bunch I know your wife Sam got to meet him. At least a couple came down.

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"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

"From door. Dash SO DAVID. Segal is my favorite writer at the New York Times. I love him and he's moved to London and he came out with this spectacular story about the French. Benny made off. How awesome was it? It was a great story. And there's this one twist you start reading it and you're getting into an about a third of the way through your Georgia strokes. Not What in actual should we spoil it and say what it is because when I came across it I was like Felix was talking about? I think we have to okay okay. So there's this amazing character Gerard Liberty. Who defied like rare books manuscripts? Which is the most French thing? It was so glorious? I love this story so much. It is much more interesting in a way than just a story about Giradi Loretta and his company which was stressful. Astro bill which which was a glorious name because I would say probably two or three times a week someone comes up to me and says hey Felix. Have you seen this company that securitising paintings so securitising this'll security while flow bonds? Real real like these people coming out and there was a big story in the most gentle about this guy who was buying up a Basquiat. Painting auction was going to slice it into a hundred thousand slices and sell off each slice. Two Thousand Bucks or whatever and none of it makes any sense in this Astro Phil Company in fronts was the first and pretty much. The only company in the world to ever have any seeming success. with this strategy of buying a product with no cash flow in this case manuscript giving people a little baby slice of those manuscripts and then saying that they're going to appreciate in value and then we'll sell them for profit and then you get to make money and ashraful. He said he would buy them back at A. So this is how share this is how it turned into a Ponzi and so most of the companies in the US which you're trying to securitise best gap paintings. Anything like that. Quite sensibly not promising future returns. They're not going definitely not eight point. Nine five percent future returns very very made off like number that right. It's like made off famously. Promised about ten percent here liberty with promising about nine percent he It's not so high as to be and so people actually weirdly feel safer with the single digit returns and they would let if there was a big double digit return. If they were like. We're going to you know quadruple our money. In five years everyone would be like no. That's ridiculous you can't do that by buying manuscripts but because it was like modest was nine percents year people believe that's a decent return but yeah And so the people believed him also because he actually paid. All tansy scheme is When people went back to him with that pieces of paper and said I want my nine percent return on this he paid them or he paid some of them. Leon and he paid a little bit of money. More money later like it wasn't that people weren't getting any money back from him and one thing I thought was interesting is that he did this again with manuscripts rare books which. David Segal points out like the prices. Don't change there's only about twenty five hundred people in the market for these kinds of things. It's not like art. Which can like people get really excited about? A certain artists and the price of their paintings could go up and down like it's very steady market. We have a whole mini series on slate. Money of the swag series of all of these things. Silver Wina Gold Bitcoin. Qasr that people invest in his investments and want to get some kind of positive turn from it never occurred to us to do like rabbit because people don't buy read books and manuscripts as an investment. It's just not one of those things like them. They're not flashy like you don't put a manual. Seagal says like you don't put a rare book at out for display. Keep it in like a dark place. That's like kind of cold and you don't show it to anyone. It's like the exact opposite of like you know a flashy car or a cool painting. It's just not the type of alternative asset went to appreciate in value enough to securitise it so the French fringe unless you're French. That is true so the French kind of caught on to this guy and you like reading along. And like they're catching onto him and his his money is kind of dwindling away dwindling away and then all of a sudden. Oh my God this man this french-made off dude. He wins. The lottery wins. It wins the million dollars. Two hundred fifteen million dollars. He wins the lottery unreal. I'm reading this and I'm like wait. Did he fake his. Apparently like the universe is just really really bizarre like everyone's grandmother. He played like his kids birthdays every week. And finally it pays off. You need says in the piece like he checked the numbers like a bunch of time. He couldn't he couldn't believe it either. Like what are the odds? Even that money couldn't say he made two hundred and fifteen million dollars just as a windfall. He wins the lottery and and he's just like yeah. Diplomacy still going down my favorite part of the whole story though it was that apparently you had people who like selling the Ponzi wasn't actually insolvent. It was just as the government had a kind of realize like okay. This isn't legitimate. But then apparently people were mad at the government because they're like whereas getting our return always. This is absolutely textbook when police go down the investors in the Ponzi. Blame the government and not the Ponzi this in not one hundred percent. I didn't think it happened in made off but it happens with basically all of the others. It's absolutely standard. Because the great thing about this is that so long as they keep on going they keep on going as long as you can find more sucks to buy in. It actually works. Those things are pansies. Aren't they really know it is funny? I was kind of thinking about it. If you have like certain companies like aren't actually generating any money. They just keep getting worse similarities. Here there are similar. If you had to do a ponzi would do. You have a anything you would think. I think you know Office sharing to be very tell you my favorite Ponzi scheme. Well we can get him to the Lebanese government. They're the way they're financial system works. It's amazing and essentially the way they get dollars is basically upon. It is ponce. Ask It is reliant on one weird things about the Lebanese diaspora is. It's incredibly global incredibly wealthy and has just this constant sucking there was the when they were and then there are also getting money from other Gulf participants and then once that started to stop now this is part of the reason. They're having this massive financial Chrysler Anyway. We'll talk about that more next week. You can come in with all of your questions about. Lebanon can say a bomb payment while they're going to postpone but they had the bomb payment supposedly on March ninth so often march ninth. We will see whether they make that bone payment and then we will talk about Lebanon money. I heard it here first. Slate.

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"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

"The old book was making forty seven million dollars a year and is still making forty seven million dollars. He didn't get a pay-cut for his no longer being. Ceo and you're talking about Robert Agar the CEO of Disney who just announced. He was stepping down well stepping up. I think is probably a better word. Sending we've talked on this show before about the bizarre weirdness that is the executive chairman job And Guess What? Bye-bye has become the latest bizarre we had executive chairman Just for those of us who Have Short Memories. Executive Chairman is an oxymoron. Basically that executive means you're an executive which means you report to the CEO and chairman means you're the CEO's boss so you're both working for the company and therefore the CEO while also CEO is working for you. It's bizarrely secular and it's basically a way of CEOS to not be CEO anymore but still be in charge which makes no sense. It's also just bad. Corporate governance wait but hang on. I've read an article first of all I just need to say it's annoying to me that the position is just chairman like no one is even pretending woman has this job. Okay put that aside. The Corey called herself executive chairman. That was the job she gave us. And someone sent me on twitter an article. That was about I think Shapiro Becoming the F- The first female chairman of the SEC which anyway so but besides that The article made the case in the Journal. That executive chair is actually like a good thing for corporate governance because it allows someone with experience to sort of like mentor and Guide a new. Ceo Through no no. Everyone's saying that like Oh. This isn't a big deal because Bob Iger will like essentially mentor and Train. The other Bob Bob. How do you say his name? Check pack In his new role although he's GonNa Lawyers Disney and like no no one. No one does their best work with like the former. Co breathing down their neck and second guessing everything. I think. I think both from a manager's perspective this makes no sense it seems like a really bad idea like when you try. Co-ceo is like horrible idea and it's also bad from governance because the board is is the one who's voting on the CEO's pay package. They're not supposed to be like mentoring the CEO different. It's a different role. They're supposed to be looking out for shareholders and I get to be. Clear is the most actively involved Executive Chairman. I've ever seen because he's not just doing this kind of amorphous executive challenge. I wish no one really knows what it means. He's actually given himself a real job on top of that which is head of creative. And he's like I'm going to be in charge of everything creative at Disney which includes basically everything important. It's all of the movies you know all of the TV shows all the fun stuff and on some level both people who work if you're like A producer Disney. Who you working for you working for checkbook. Who's the CEO of the company working? I go WHO's the head of creative? It's it's basically impossible to tell. Yeah I mean I think I has done a very good job. I mean I think. Give him credit. He has done an exceptionally good job in this role. But I think this decision is a not good and I feel like I could actually hurt his length and really has done. I mean he has done a remarkable job when he started in two thousand five. Does he had to movie studios now? It is eight movie studios including Lucas Film. So all star wars stuff pixar which is like a cash cow and marvel like it's an enormous cash castle juggernaut like it wasn't when he started really amazing has been. I think uniquely can't think of any other company that has been so unbelievably good at the. What what. He did what he did. And you have to give credit to Kevin may here who was the architect with that emanate strategy and who everyone assumed would be. The next was they went out and they spent relatively small amounts of money like single digit billions on marvel on picks And lucasfilm and those things turned into just absolute juggernauts with the best acquisitions. You could possibly imagine and also it. It's not like those businesses could have done that on their own. They needed that. Disney machine behind them so it was really strong strategic. Move all concerned that really well now. The other really big one was twenty first century. That one is like orders of magnitude. At least an order of magnitude bigger than all the baptism combined and the jury is still out on that one although an the fun facts Chase pack was running Disney theme parks which we haven't really discussed because it's not sexy but it's almost half of Disney's income is from. The new party was also the lowest growth lows revenue growth. The he liked drove I think we talked about rising prices. He's at every year. He does another ticket price increase in one of the things that Disney does very. Well is it really does get all of its different Working to strengthen each other so the Disney theme parks do well precisely because you have light. Lucasfilm and Star Wars so they star wars attraction into Disneyworld and so then everyone wants to go to Disney World. Right The star wars attraction and they all feed into each other in a even unto frozen on Broadway and all the rest of it so it all. They've done a great job of creating these massively lucrative franchises. And you know something you know whether it's whether it's star wars with Fresno 'cause or anything like that you find them in all manner of different formats vitamin theme parks you find them in on Broadway be fine. It's not anymore and there was an ad Elsa on my banana. Why is there an address bananas? It's like see them all the time. I'd never seen one before. We get those little red cheeses you dams low baby baby bells and they'll sometimes have like toy story rappers and stuff like that. Yeah it's it's you can't get away from it. Remember when like united painted will of its planes of Star Wars now and they had like that little video. You have on the seat back showing you how to use a seatbelt because no one knows how the with Star Wars themed Yeah interesting so Disney has this kind of Omni channel UBIQUITY and that is all part of the strategy and again you can definitely think I may at that. I had this one theory. That's not really fully formed bell. Just bring it up now. Because where else could I talk about it but you know the HBO Guy Player who left a while back? He was kind of like not an ideal figure obviously because it's not comparable but like he was like the creative boss type who led. Hbo To transform itself. And do these great like shows and stuff that that kept. Hbo In the conversation kind of thing and then and then he laughed because they merged with. At and T. And almost like will now. It's like a bigger thing. Employer was creative guy but they need more of like an operations e kind of person to do the job and I was kind of thinking. Is there a parallel with Agar? Like he was so focused on creative and a lot of pieces about him this week. Said you know Disney's too big to have a creative type run the show that you need more of an operations person like are these entertainment companies becoming so big that the like these creative roles they just don't even make sense anymore. I'm not entirely convinced that I I in. Yeah I'm with like that. He's given himself that head of creative job because I'm not sure he's qualified for that And then on the Conference school that Disney put out a announcing a succession. Someone else lightweight. Are you gonNa hire chief creative officer yet? I think we need that. I'm like if you don't need it. Why are you giving yourself that job? So I and plus the thing about all of these. Ip Franchises Star Wars Pixar Marvel. You know vengeance and all of that is then creative right. After sequel after sequel. It's kind of a lack of creativity going on understanding markets and what people want which is important but that's not necessarily creativity right and was the creative mind behind the show. Cop Rock. I don't know if it was created creative that it did not do. Disney is famous for its imagine the is They have this legacy of genuine creativity and it does every so often come up with something genuinely new frozen one frozen one exactly so I just not is very unclear to me what I could thinks. He's going to be doing in terms of creative but what he said he was going to what he how he explained. This on the cool was we have done the strategy the the big acquisitions strategy of by Marvel by picks By lucasfilm folks have everything everywhere half the theme parks. Everything there is in place now just runs itself. There's no more emanate to do so. I can just let Raul of that in the kind of operations away and now I get to have fun playing with millions. Always what happens before everything falls? Yeah that's a bad idea. I mean you need someone in charge you can. I'm sorry saying this thing outside the box like you need someone who's going ahead because what Sanchez. Run it what's working right now. It's not necessarily what people are going to want. And what is going to work in five or ten years? The reason that Disney's where they are is because they were thinking ahead and so their strategy now is doesn't sound great and there were two massive massive plays I gue- made very recently which no one knows whether they're going to be successful and whether they going to work out one of them as we said is twentieth century Fox which was like existential league huge acquisition. And we don't know how it's GonNa play out and the other one is Disney plus which is brand new. Seems to be getting off to a good start but again. No one knows if it's actually going to be able to. You know be in remotely. As many houses as net flicks be that popular and so on and so forth so that strategy like he says it's all in place but really to if the biggest parts of it still super babies need tending. If you can't see the whole picture how can you tell what you're looking at?.

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"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

"And situations so that was a fun week. Wild wild there was so many headlines about the stock market. Apparently in case you've been under a rock. It went down it. Yeah I got some alerts about that on my phone. I I've been in long method. Discussions with a bunch of people to axios about when and why and whether we should alert stock market movements and send out alerts and that kind of thing because on the one hand. Everyone seems to do it. It seems to be a thing that people do and then on the other hand. It's a little bit of like why are we doing it right? Yeah I have a role. Should only be based on percentage not like just number of points so we yes so we have this three percent rule now If the stock market moves three percent we should move baletic late. One of the weird things is the people alerted like six hours after it falls to be present when the market closes. Because apparently the clothes is important. A for some reason for the more interesting question is why do people get much more exercised about fast drops in slow drops and about fast drops and slowly rises? Because we've had like a incredibly strong and powerful slow race like ten years and hasn't been generating these kind of headlines of course anything that's out of the ordinary that's based on uncertainty. I mean this is panic so of course people just like the natural human reaction is to feel like this is far scarier than just like. Oh things are continuing to keep getting slightly better. Yes sudden drop is much more scary than a gradual decline like walking down. A Little Hill is okay but you know falling off. A cliff is more troubling. I suppose I think I think one of the things that's going on this week. Is that the panic associated with the corona virus has become intermingled with the stock market. And suddenly they seem to be not much the same thing in the mind of Donald Trump. Yeah I think his reaction has been interesting that the president of the United States seems less concerned with impending public health crisis. Which the CDC said this week like expect corona virus to come here and we'll have to deal with it and get ready to deal with it and instead of the president saying we're doing everything we can to deal with it We're mustering you know all our resources Dutta. He's trying to reassure people that the stock market is going to be. Okay I think he's trying to maybe even reassure himself that the stock market's Okay and Anna and I were saying before we came in like Americans are concerned with like not getting sick and like not dying dying would be good and like getting an alert on my phone about the stock market. It just adds this feeling of like chaos and panic and doesn't actually serve a purpose like a normal one of the things that seems to be happening in the mind of Donald Trump is that this is like an attack on his residence. Yes and it's like an and he should he should belittle it and deny it and do all of the things that he does to blame because who attacks residency and you can't just go around belittling and denying something like corona virus. That doesn't really get you very although I think he has tried to somewhat blame it on the Democrats that they are like creating all this as a way to kind of bring him down and I think It's really sad and telling that he created a current virus task force. And who did they put on the Corona Virus Task Force? But Steve Mnuchin and Larry Cudlow as if what are they GONNA do? How are they going to help me? Noted health expert. It's just it's it doesn't give you much confidence. I little known. Fact Larry. Cudlow is Epidemiologists expert expert in infectious diseases. It's fitting it's fitting in the sense because as as we've just saying he doesn't really care about the effects of the virus in terms of how it affects people's health he cares about not even how it affects the economy but how it affects markets Which I think is interesting so the big question which we should be asking is is this stock market. Fold belated though. It is because corona virus has been a big story for like all year pretty much but certainly month and the stock market fall is just like a week held But is this a rational response to supply lines being cut the people staying at home all if the potential effects that a major pandemic could have on the global economy or does it feel a little bit jittery and panicky? It's probably the greatest answer but a little bit of both like I think that because this is going on for so long and because recently we've been seeing this spike in cases outside of China there is now concerned that this could actually you know last into potentially the next quarter and actually be disrupting supply. Chains actually have an impact on the real economy. Not Just Marty. Could it could affect the supply of diet coke like medications really over blue. That did you read that article. There was an an article online on on Fox. And it said Coca-cola warns of Diet Coke shortage because of Corona virus. Then you read the piece and it's like there might be a shortage of some of the various chemicals used to produce diet coke coke says it's probably going to be fine so if that's what we're worried about it doesn't seem like it's much to worry about on the other hand wrote big things because it's also you know. China really a lot of ways. The Lynch pin of the economy like what they buy from other countries. If you're looking at a lot of EM economies and how they're affected by China like this is a big deal and it comes after a period where we were already having some China weakness. So I think that part of this is actually a little bit of a rational comedown from what I would call a little bit of irrational exuberance to be very clear about this stocks down but they are still at objectively high levels. Don't market is still strong and pricing in pretty pretty healthy economic activity in the future because ultimately stock prices Basically a bet on what is going to happen in the future. And also maybe tab of a wonky thing but like also last year as you know almost thirty percent return was mostly for multiple expansion and that is basically you're bringing returns from the future into the present right so if you're looking at what we can expect. Now you're you're not gonNA expect the market to go up that much. I just to finish that thought if we just go back down to where we were say this time last year. That's a long way to fool. Espn well yeah. Yeah I have a couple of questions and thoughts my first thought is if the market's truly being affected by corona virus in the economy is truly being affected by krona virus. Isn't that just a short term problem? Because eventually people get sick they get better and supply chains and lines resume and hotels. Fill back up and you know people go back outside again. Lawrence's happened fumes. Ah there are two different parts to that question The first one is that you all you assuming that corona virus will be a temporary thing which comes and goes and I think that's the base case scenario that basically these kind of flu viruses tend to go away in the summer but if it doesn't go away in the summer and then it research is in the fool and it looks like it's in so many countries now in so many continents now so many people now that it might well it probably will come back in some way in the full and then next winter and then it'll become a feminine thing in that could be really bad then the second part of it is yes you know previous skies like saws and whatnot have seen that kind of what they call. V-shaped recovery goes down. Goes back up again. But that's no guarantee that we'd have the same kind of v-shaped recovery this time right and the and the longer this goes on the less likely it is that we're going to have just this kind of massive v-shaped recovery and also when you're talking about services that people aren't doing it's not like I can see four movies you know because I didn't see the movie. Never recover those losses. You can never worn off full losses but you know I mean travel is interesting. Travel has been increasing steadily again. Like this is one of those things where we're at levels which we've never seen before especially travel from. China has been hitting unbelievable records which were unthinkable just a few years ago. Do we assume that Chinese people are going to start traveling again to the degree that they were you know before this virus it is possible but then it is also possible. But they won't I think a lot of this might hinge on what happens in the US because it seems like what the turning point was for markets this week really was the CDC warning making people in the US be like. Oh my God and I think if it hits here and we have the same you know. The hotels closing people can't schools closing whatever? All that stuff is going to be a really bad sign for the economy in the market. I can tell you someone who lives in Chinatown that I have my own tiny little mini local recession going on right now the restaurants is super. Md There's a lot of late genuine hardship let people are wondering how they're gonNa make ren either the dimensions. Does you know. This is the thing that exists on the ground not just in Hong Kong but also in bits of New York City. And then my thing. I'm going to write a piece. I think today That you guys can look for that. Listeners can look for online but I'm really about how like Donald Trump says many crazy things but he actually said one really good piece of advice this week in his press conference was like if you're sick stay home but the problem in the. Us IS A lot of people. Can't just stay home. They don't have paid sick leave and if they don't go to work they don't get paid or if they don't go to work enough times they get fired And then meanwhile people should go to the doctor presumably but again like it's the beginning of the year and a lot of people have these very high deductible health insurance plans where you know you have to spend like a thousand two thousand more dollars out of your pocket before you've covered and at the beginning of the year. All your deductibles have reset themselves. So a lot of people especially now won't go to the doctor unless it's like dire potential for infection Is Higher here because of how lame we are about. The healthcare system in the United States is almost designed to exacerbate this kind of thing I was reading. I the thing we've all seen in the headlines now about someone goes in to get tested for virus comes back negative and then they get like a fifteen hundred dollar bill. You know what? That's not the way that you treat a highly infectious disease and you had I think it was as are the the. Hhs director said if they find a vaccine they they get it up to market and he was asked like. Will you make it affordable for people? He said no well no. He's he didn't win a mess on the market. He doesn't want to mess with the private markets. Like that like he have said absolutely yes we will do. All we can to keep Americans healthy but like that's not the way it works here. We don't do all we can to keep Americans healthy. It's crazy is true..

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"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on Slate Money

"Hello and welcome to the old. Eob New. Bob Addition of sleet money or guide to the business and finance news of the week. I'm Felix Salmon of axios. I'm joined by Maskey of breaking views. I'm joined by emily pack of Huffpost. Hello and yes. We're going to talk about stunks. Stunks went down. We're GONNA talk a little bit about stunks. Went Down because we have to stocks went down. But we're not gonNA talk too much about stocks. Went down a little bit about corona virus. We're going to talk a bit about pop's we're GONNA talk about Bob. Sexy there's two bulbs now running Disney and we're going to talk a lot about Disney and what that means and why they need to bulbs to run. It and most exciting needs to be honest. We're GONNA talk about French ponzis. Because there's the most French Ponzi scheme you've ever heard of and it's glorious and we're going to dissect that we also have asleep plus about the four day work week all of that coming up on sleep money. Sleigh money is sponsored this week by the relentless which is a new podcast from sleep studios and century twenty one real estate. It's about extraordinary people and mindsets and behaviors and basically how they managed to achieve incredibly inspiring. Things is hosted by Dr of Pinnacle Psychology. Julie GonNA and she talks to entrepreneurs thought leaders venture capitalists about the qualities that set them apart how they approach success. What they've learned from their triumphs how they've grown from rejection and how they're continuing.

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"bob in" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Biden is not on Be Dot in Elliott level of interviewing. He's entertaining when when he's having a different skill the different skills different skill shooter and being absolutely support Levin Seven Point Guard. And they're very different things you know and Some people can do both but like Howard is a actually I guess I I I always remember how raises an interviewer. But there was a time where he was a shooter to get on your ass. No no no he can get on your aspect like Like your time we got. You can go. Yeah for example. If they say we don't have today. But can you just fill twenty minutes of tacos might work but there are some people that need someone to play off of in they're geniuses geniuses with like Larry King of Larry King ever just talks about himself but if you give him he don't get through they are different types of skills joke indefinitely. Go Go yeah yeah. Entertained gets passionate about me. Wait he's talking about but it's passionate. He was at a time but yeah yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah Passion. Yeah absolutely but when it comes to interviewing two different skill set. Debbie Elliott do very very very on Elliott are like skilled journalists John illusion Jamaican accent. Hanks highly entertaining but may not be authentic. Men knocked. Knock your ten from Tivoli Garden from Tiffany Garden. That's my what. What are they called doing? Does my providence knots not providence. That's my oh it's a little town. I know the name of these like little town. Not An what. It's smaller than a city parish Paris. That's where my people are from Tivoli guarded. Okay Jamaica. Yeah Shit the fuck up Andrew true so into me Bro. Inside Marinas in Jamaica Right There Up Eastern Parkway you never been to Jamaica Megan's friend my weekend the Jamaica were my kids your transparent now. Tragedy struck me. Look up p you tough tell me I see bright seapower by RASTA. Don't take no shit. Prompt who runs this cool run and Charlemagne always. Hey you got anything else so fucking some WANNA see. Let me tell you something okay. Just seen it seen tin look molly how the white brothers Bob. Molly's half y signed shut the fuck Geez. Why he's from England yes he is? Why all hate on us? Why are you shaking your head? Because clearly clearly tell why he talks about the Wayne says if you want to hear a white man do a Jamaican accident and he said Bob Bob has a white brother and you say like you. He's still identified as a white man. Angelo your white okay. I'll fucking fucking diamond earrings on both ears. Okay let me see. I WanNa see what we go. Let me see Bob Marley's white brother. I did not notice notice. What's his name? Bill know about Brad too you crazy. No his name Trevor. Let me see. Let me see it possibly the phone. Nah Yeah I don't back talk me woman Minna. Like when you're back talk like hold on one second limit limit. Zoom fast cousins of ball. Molly volley indulge in off the menards saying in New York Transit Lodge if my train goes off to track picks up the Nonstop pets and then stop this. It looks like it when you say ingenuity whatever it was like God is the Dj Burlington into into heaven playing around with up there. Like for real what he does to raise every once in a while the other shit was he say six the sacrifice. Listen Lemme Lemme tell you one time talk to the Senate if you think Mons is a stupid Dhamma idiot you might be right But says some smart things here. You said some genius teams. Yes yes we think we might be right to uh-huh yes now. You gotta hit the thank you. Thank you for listening to this podcast yes..

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"bob in" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"That's the name of the tour who it is. That's great thanks fan. My just Bob on tour Abitur or Bob. Here's the date and it's my name but they don't spell right but it's my name. I love doing this. I've got to go into a husband so I'm GonNa go hug my baby. This is all I had to do. What life it is your wife your baby? I got confused there about the babies. Oh I love him. It was the same person which is wrong now. That would be wrong. I would report you. Yes I would leave here and calling the belief as you said I'd be his wife. Is His baby search. I don't believe you Bob. Yes I'm telling you. His wife is his baby. See we I can't say that stuff anymore. No I think you can just. The context is appropriate. Because it's fine baby because your baby say about it is it's one love people get very hung up on unlike. Do you love your baby more than your way or whatever and I'm like it's one it's the same love and by well. It's not the same because there is physicality I don't mean it's enacted in the the same way. Yes gloves when I say. I'm in love with my baby. They think I mean chocolates and flowers and shit. I mean I'm in this place of of love with her the same love. I love my daughters more than anything. It's a different kind of love that I have from my wife it's enacted differently and I have apt. You'll feel it differently but it's all as it's all love one love no. It is one though. That's what I'm saying to you too buddy. Stay at. No they'd say oh it's a beautiful day it's no they say oh we think day as they get from you to say go to plunge pool. Oh they goes over my head full feet deep. That's what you'd be buried aide. Bouma Baby Gins Swim. Don't Marshall How frolic what what pool designer says. That's too deep. Get outta here. Go to the center of the Earth. For God's Sakes I I wanNA swim down. Maybe year living on oil and don't know it and everything's going to turn around. There's an ocean of oil deal. All all right bobby. You're the best. You're the best. I enjoyed this. This came out of nowhere to me. This is something that I needed at in this day and I will explain to you at a later date in my kitchen this was. Yeah when I'm cleaning it because my job from stand-up is going right into being your housekeeper. Wait a minute yep new show new this show. I'm your housekeeper Bob. The housekeeper. No I just called my brother in. What was the premise for Mr Belvedere? And I just I think they inherited a Butler that has to be what it is. It is right isn't it. Never and they they were bequeath about well. WHO's the boss I understand? Is he the made. I don't get it. I think he was the made. Okay that was back. Yeah who who is the bus. Tony Danza was not the boss. That was the joke. No Judy Light. WHO's the boss here and there were like? Can you believe even if the woman who's the eighties. That's really bad. When we had like mister mom I hate all that ship? It still happens whenever I google something. It's like what's up up. MOM's here's how I'm like. I'm I'm involved. That's who got divorced. People went like with DC. Your Kids Minoan Blind. My eyes have been scorched out. No I see I see them half the time when I'm working my ass off. I'm not there. And they have a great mom and she's raised them. Yeah well and I raised them well and we did it together. Of course my kids are older. Thirty two in twenty and thirty thirty thirty in twenty-six any of them in comedy No they're all artists. They're all real cool. That's awesome. I gotta go call them all all right. Let's go call them and Our record it and senators you can put it into this is addendum. I think people are going to insist addendums a really important because we're about to do that to the constitution. It's GonNa be good. Oh my God we we want anything we it was. Would you say keep it crispy how we end keep it crispy. You said like you were delivering a package giving Grizz. May I liked it. Yeah well what does it mean. It's just some funny. I say it's just like keep it crispy stage at the end of your show. Sometimes if I get the feeling that their fans nice nice to have branding branding. I don't have any minds. Good night yours is. There was a time I o boom would start the car. I was following you when I was doing colleges. You had always been there the the month before I used to love colleges and every every where I went the headline said Bob Saga performance for a full House. I saw the headline. Yeah I'm saying I saw it in. Every students paper double digits truly saggy get performance and then they started to turn on me a little bit. They're like oh he's so dirty and I'm like what happened. I'm not definitely talked about how well those articles are terrible. Aw well they also what students in newspapers at schools will do is they will write your whole show. They were right every joke every bit everything they would tell you the hour our whereas a real critic doesn't do that adds they tell you what kind of b. m. they had. Oh I love that. The callback has no picture. Sure it didn't happen of B. M.. Yeah I need to see. I don't like to look at that people. Send me that. I don't like is this Dave's new material. No Oh I just don't like he did. Do something ugly would do that he did. Yeah so I've got to go. I feel bad. Yeah let's go with the memory of Dave coolies smudged deck on Vegas Glass uh-huh that's also. They have it at the restaurant at that hotel. I like Han Solo in in Carbon Cock under glass. It's covey thank you for doing. Thank you for having your Houses okay Thank you okay. I'll have you over. We'll do my podcast. I'll be there. What's it called it? It's it's just talking just talking. He just made ended up just now. No it's actually the name real one. Yeah we're we're we're putting together now. Okay well I'll be there anytime I'll have you every day. Keep it Chris fags. It'll be yours. Keep Crispin Crispin crispy..

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"bob in" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"bob in" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Raleigh I always WANNA say rallies Raleigh North Carolina Orlando Brea Oxnard Cleveland and Houston more days. This coming on the way in the meantime enjoy the wonderful. Bob Get into sorry for the low audio quality. You guys also just added Nashville. I'm coming to Nashville tickets at Pete. Holmes DOT COM. Does it just makes people think Oh really upsetting story. I feel like I'm getting I'm missing out. What's what's the name of your book if People WanNa read a story about an amnesty your anesthesiologists? I'm an anesthesiologist. He he went and you are in St Zealander Way. Because he because their water wasn't breaking and he was getting impatient cold back now doc. The anesthesiologist getting impatient. And he's answered my white quick texting. Yeah we've been made on your year. Eventually we'll talk. What do you mean oh your new wife Yeah? Well I've been divorced for twenty four years. Yeah I don't count it right so no I don't account divorce. I consider you still married. I had no I have zero. He's getting nothing. That's unfortunate. I guess you have wait a minute. Maybe even knew that. Yeah but I didn't hear you would've heard you more pete and the headphones please as even more Bob We get less Bob. Kevin Anthony. Thank you honey doing Pete Holmes podcast right now love you a lot and we'll get back to into ours. Miss this you know and then I didn't add who is turn me up. That's me I like the little bit of what you just did. No update doing a podcast right. Now it's just dangerous. Love you just dangerous well. We got evacuated so oh fire no I had had my bows cleaned your fun. I was evacuated Even in the face of flame uh-huh Riffa in the middle. I was making jokes with the cops and they were Nice. They let me stay longer. Oh they don't want to say this on the air. Why not well because because you lever when each other people had two minutes in their homes and I had twenty so oh that's ten ten x that I gotta go leave town to go beyond tour so I had to pack had no close and right the option would have been good at the airport in get shirts at the airport right at the USA store or USA? They have looks brothers. Also where you get. Oh I know I wanna do a breakthrough brothers. I literally thought two of them and I like them. What to what burks brothers shirts. Oh they were. They were tapered too thin for my frame. I I get cold on planes now. I don't know if it's now. Our all menopausal be are kind of thing and I don't like it that they used to have blankets on on places still do they still Kinda do they still times. Are you sitting at the back. Let me tell you where I'm doing. Things are good. I was GONNA try and omit that from the story. I think it's one of the funniest thing flying on a fedex. It's a fedex package. You're in a box. It's me and Wilson it is you get it. The I've I've who doesn't I mean the guy got delivered. Finally I liked five. Fedex finally showed up. I liked that what was in it though. I don't remember it was in the Fedex. said he finally delivered right. He in castaway finally as a as a fork in the road. You delivered something it was. It was the the postman too. I unplugged my headphones. At least he didn't do this. This is a disaster here okay. It's just your head on my God go. Oh my God. It worked Sony. Got You Tony's gray. But he put it somewhere where I could do it again do the elliptical. Now here I guess to do it on the elliptical. So how long have you been doing your podcast. I don't know how seven years what's your middle Middle Name. Is this benedict. You'RE GONNA do the quest. Your what's your name. Let me get terrible terrible well. That's it entered Bob. The terrible Bob. The it's lane links dream you got you struck out nice. My parents named me after a butler. And then the last name United Meet Fun of. Yeah no I know but in Russia it was zagged or Zogaj but it doesn't matter because if I soon as I say that I'm profiled you want me dead so yeah you're either. Well you were growing up at a time when Russia was extra not good no not now they rule us. Yeah Yeah I don't know they have all say in. All we do have all spice day old spice all his old all spices prices great. I don't know what it is. I remember there was I used to go on Ebay.

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