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"boss gordon" Discussed on PODCAST ruajoao1135
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"boss gordon" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"Green. You know ill. I want a mammal. I'm just saying you know The swimming corporation gets a bad rap. They were just they. Were just trying to ask the alive. Exactly man it's basically only green was just hospice care. You know dying. We're all dying. We're do our best. Just make it tolerable as we can and if you want to go to the nice suicide senator. We're going to pay a nice movie. We'll have a person give you a nice glass of wine as you watch the movie and you take your black pill and it's like no that's what we're doing. We're trying to help your like again. I get it thank you. Anyway that's my thing about What lilith of not. Everyone's mad pat nerds. Come on. all we gotta dc book this week by green lantern number one. Yeah it has seen lantern although issue t lantern. 'cause they say she's eleven in as she assist you separate that the w well. That's i think he wants to be culkeen. Lamb trim while she was invented by benders. So but she's actually not really a team she's basically she seems to be. Dc dinosaur roller. Whatever yeah yeah. She's basically basically girl kind of draw her a bit like behind. Kind of 'cause she's smart because she had the lantern peck. She's got well. It's not lantern tech. That's the thing. Well it is. But it was put together from lantern pack by originally. I mean whatever the the the what do they call them. The elders of the universe the vow. Say that no. It's not their tech. I mean if you re williams we really have both. You might like this. I mean how calls in towards the beginning but like the writers creepy way. Oh we'll know how does calls in a phone call. I mean because the writers even on records say he don't like how jordan. No like. Mostly jon stewart that he lander simon baz makes an appearance over one thing. I really love and this and this was like one of my favorite things at the very end. I don't know how long they've been doing this. But i loved that at the very end. When you have like honor guard for the green lanterns they all have red capes. And i just thought that was a great little shoutout to get all alan scott green lantern will the and this whole united planets thing. That's the thing. Ben distorted superman south. Yeah so it's all about this. is you know. Wait a minute team lantern. United planets is this you right under a pen name benders. I mean people like a deep bends proper from what you know. I say this they actually did a great thing with the with the villain of the week where they have to fight it with like the power of keeping kalman carrying on which was an interesting concept art. Charlie said told me he's like he picked his book for two reasons teen lantern and of course gets an escrow measure into nestro just holds onto the fire. No man you know. I was the greatest landed. I served them but i got to see how awful the these guys and you get the feeling that they like from from his perspective. The elders where the landlords were really raw. They're evil just not explicitly. Bad at the jobs wanted their feet on saying we were talking about this on the green lantern podcast. It's like you're always right. The gardens either like inept or just like different emotionless. Yeah yeah so. It's a stupid or just bad at their jaws and everybody's bad at the gnarly while they're instant super brings vacation. I love i love Part of them. I know how the sausage is made soon. Yes so but it's goodbye. I love the teen lantern character. I wanna see more like find it. Weird that she owed distinguish is that every so often she just throws in random phrases in spanish. Which i can get. I can get but it you know. It's it's it's it's an interesting quirk and get what they're trying to do with that you know. They're trying to have her communicate in a way that the readers can all understand but then for anticipation so people in spanish. So and then you have the whole gym world. People who are like mad at the lanterns or the what are they. What do they call the guardians the guardians because i guess they stole magic. This all have to magic in the universe or something. Oh let's start with. Basically what powers allen sky i mean. I'm alan stabbed thing. I mean. he wasn't even mentioned the star heart. Because style to alan scott supposed to be in that green lantern series eight breath. I thought they said him. Guy gardner Who else did they say. The simon baz. There's there's a bunch of osa and is going to be in there so they said that was basically a bunch. Lehner's that weren't hal. Jordan and guy gardner or john stewart the rap cal rain arriving on him. But i'm saying the i without how john stores using allen's man you know we need more allen scott that's all i'm saying. Yeah we need more golden golden era. So yeah you know that was. That's why it's called the golden age of comics because they were figuring stuff out away crime syndicate numbers to out that even see that. How'd that go Still it's still wacky but it's great You re di realized shoot this. This version of superwoman is gonna troy for her cannon for a hasn't it no no why did i get that the earth one was always choice so okay but yeah i mean there's that i mean they got a lot in the almond like his zina's even at the end. 'cause you know it's it's thomas wayne. Hit his brother peruse and his parents were killed that night. Man i know oh then schwartz four. At the end he hunts. he hunts down the killer of his of his family. Harvey dent are not harvey that harvey bullock hurry book. Oh 'cause they were they were. They were richest criminals killed by some mean top. That what it was well well. They were criminals but they were also killed by another criminal organization. Another criminal organization run by boss. Gordon.
"boss gordon" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Updating a story we've been following WSB's. Michelle Wright reports live one of the two contractors shot an east Cobb neighborhood Wednesday has died. Judd the family of twenty one year old Jake horn making the tough decision to turn off his life support Thursday horn was one of two electrical contractors that was shot at an east coast home Wednesday afternoon. According to the police report, the twenty one year old was shot in the head and his boss, Gordon, Montcalm was shot in the face, neck and arm by accused shooter. Larry Epstein Montcalm span tells channel two action news, you just never know. You don't know when he left the house to go to work. That's done might have been. He's device DA's office looking to upgrade charges against the sixty eight year old Epstein horns friends starting a gofundme page to help with funeral expenses. You can get that link on our website, WSB radio dot com. Reporting live, Michelle Wright, WSB WSB news time, seven oh. Three new developments in the murder trial of a former DeKalb. Cop charged in a fatal shooting of a naked unarmed vet Robert chip Olson will now stand trial September twenty third. We told you the original trial judge recused himself because he contributes to the dekabde as charity run. The new judge has had to fit this trial and her calendar this weekend marks four years since Anthony Hill's death Olsen argue self defense. President Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort gets four years in prison for Bank and tax fraud. It's hard to think of a nearly four year sentences. Good news, but the judge could have put the number at twenty five years still. It's the longest sentence to date coming out of the Muller. Pro ABC legal analyst, Royal Oakes says Manafort could appeal so could prosecutors Manafort could get more time tacked on when he's sentenced next week in DC federal court WSB news time, seven oh four. The house today is poised to approve a sweeping package of election reform destined to go nowhere in the Senate speaker Nancy Pelosi says the elections voting and ethics reform package is a major step forward is about honoring aftermath mistake Republicans have ridiculed the plan which in part makes election day a national holiday. Has it has little chance of getting a vote in the Senate? WSB's Jamie Dupree, says Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell doesn't even attend to bring HR one up for a vote. Read more Jaime's blog. wsbradiOcom WSB scam alert the Justice department cracks down on scams targeting the elderly attorney general William bar despicable because the people involved are and because of their stage in life. They don't have the opportunity frequently to recover operators of a sweepstakes scam out of Kansas City agreed to pay a record thirty million dollar fine. Victims were told they'd won but had to pay a fee upfront this weekend, we spring ahead and our Emory professor and Rogers tells WSB how to adjust to daylight saving.
"boss gordon" Discussed on KTRH
"Those who are politically on the other side of the aisle from where I tend to be we'll come on the program. In fact, they regularly turned down the opportunity because they know they're gonna lose idea with truth fact, logic and reason and many times those on the left in this country. Don't do that. Well, here's a guy Gordon Humphrey. He's a former US Senator great state of New Hampshire. He was a Republican. What he was a Senator there who's people contacted because he wants to impeach the president. And I figured let's do that conversation. Gordon? Appreciate you. How are you? I'm doing well, Joe, how are you? I'm doing very well. And I know that you caught a part of my show yesterday. And I talked about this out loud because I was surprised to get the pitch. Couple of things you probably heard me say this guy needs to know, your name is Humphrey and not Humphries. He wrote it two different ways in the Email, which was odd. But it's just one single. Exactly, right. I I would guess that. If there were more Humphries, we could say Humphries and add the ES. Alright. So my wife my wife says one's enough. We'll find out by the end of the ten minutes if I agree with her or not. All right. So you're you're a Senator from New Hampshire start here. You ran as a Republican you were Republican. Are you still a Republican? No, I registered as an independent the day after wanting election in November of two thousand sixteen did you vote for Hillary Clinton? I did. Yeah. Reluctantly. Well, let me ask you this as a Republican. I know what that means. I'm not a Republican. I'm a conservative. So that's that's different. The Republican party. Exactly. I mean, it's a value system versus a party system. And I'm going to party guy values guy. So having said that how could you possibly even holding your nose vote for Hillary Clinton who we know wanted to open borders, and this global sort of outlook, and that would kind of circumvent the constitution that you went and swore on why'd you vote for her. And I want to add one more thing to my bio, so your listeners really get who. I am sure. Two terms in the US Senate when I first ran pledged that would not serve more than two because I think it's a mistake for members of congress to make a career serving. We agree. I think ill serve the nation and their sell themselves and their families when they stay gone, which is the case in most cases went home after twelve years went to back to New Hampshire. I didn't become a lobbyist in Washington. I didn't hang out at went home earn an honest living and live happily ever after. So in two thousand sixteen I was so upset. About this, man. Donald Trump that I volunteered full-time for several months for the campaign of John casick, and that didn't end to terribly wells. You may recall did not I do remember that he didn't even go to the convention in his own state, which is kind of silly. But go ahead. Well, I was a delegate out there and Trump nomination workout to either side. Anyway, I think Donald Trump is is seriously flawed. Then I don't think there's much question about that. But since since the election, I think his conduct has has. Caused a great deal of were justified worrying concerned about whether he is true to the oath of office to faith faithfully the sentence. Preserve and protect the constitution. I don't wanna go there. And we're going to go through this interview. But but I asked you the question that I asked was very simple. Why would you ever vote for Hillary Clinton? I couldn't on my worst day vote for Hillary Clinton. I I would write my mother's name in before. I would vote for her knowing what it is that she wants this country to look like, well, I held both nostrils. My teeth. Did what I thought was. Right. Just as you get what you thought was right, right? And I feel honestly comfortable with that. After two years of the trials of national trials of Donald Trump in the White House. I think he's violated the oath of office, and it's time for hearings judiciary committee not being told that he's not but the committee charged under house rules to determine whether evidence against the president is sufficiently strong to warrant articles of impeachment. And that's what I'm suggesting that they should have here. And the you wrote an op Ed that I read and it was very well written. I think it's almost ninety percent wrong. But we can break that down. It's former Senator Gordon Humphrey. He's from New Hampshire. I love the term limits thing. Ted Cruz is pushing for an actual Bill that would become a law that would actually make term limits for senators and representatives. That's the smart thing you and I are aligned on that again. I really I'm having a hard time getting past how a Republican generally speaking, I could speak for myself, a conservative want smaller government, lower taxes, more jobs, more freedom more. Liberty government the heck out of our business. That's what Donald Trump is done. You might dislike the guy, but that's what he's done as compared to what we know. Hillary Clinton would have done larger government, higher taxes, more control more regulation. So just on a political forget that you don't like the guy. And maybe you think there are some things that he's done that are peachable take those away which you might have a hard time doing has hasn't. He done what you would have done as president. He's done. What I would've done. Look look getting good judges on this prim court, it's terribly terribly important. The extent of abiding a president who. Repeatedly violates the constitution and the oath of office, and how can we get onto those matters. And I think we should because I I think Gordon would I'm finding out as you're not going to answer very logical simple questions at an asking. And I love you like a brother, but you don't wanna go there. You don't want to talk about Republican versus democrat, which I think is a good starting place. I could never have voted for Hillary Clinton knowing how she doesn't align with how you feel and how I feel. I'm surprised that you did having been let's go ahead. And in brief Joe, I voted for the rule of law and for the constitution. I felt that Donald Trump would not be respectful towards the rule of law and the constitution, which after all are all we have between us and the worst kinds of government. And you thought Hillary Clinton would be knowing about the the Email scandal in the server lies about the videotape and and Benghazi. I mean, she was a horrible candidate. That's why she lost a very poor choice parties do better this time. That will I agree that the Democrats need to do better. I think that we've got a pretty good guy on the Republican side. We can debate that next time. What is? The first thing that you would do if you were on that committee in the house of representatives to bring articles of impeachment against this president. Remember, it's got to be high crimes and misdemeanors. It's gotta be it's gotta be something really really major league. And by the way, those watching and listening impeachment doesn't mean you get removed. That means that it's a hearing to see if there are charges you can make against him than the Senate would decide whether he's guilty or innocent or not guilty. The Senate, of course, in the in the current form, and fashion would never say these guilty. It's a Republican Senate where do you start? If you if you're on the committee. What's the first thing that he did? Well, you got it. Right. They need to hold hearings and way the I didn't say that. I said the. How it works? I don't want them to hold hearings. You do but what are the hearings? What are they gonna be based on you got the process? Well, okay. For starters has has the committee needs to weigh the evidence and decide whether the president obstructed Justice in the firing of James Comey FBI director because call me wouldn't play ball and backing off on the general Flynn investigation. Right. Does are the allegations. There's a prime minister facing. Thank you case that is the case, but the judiciary committee has the evidence to subpoena witnesses and records in short to the bottom of it that you, and I don't we don't have that power. So the first thing is the firing of call me was that obstruction of Justice my interest. You're smart enough. To know that is of course, not the president is the is the boss. Gordon, Gordon stop. I have you. Have you have you cut yourself off in the in the shot? It's going to be caught off on television too. So you're gonna be mad at me if you want just don't lean forward that much scared me. All right. Having said that let me just make the case very quickly because I know I'm right? The president is the guy who was the boss of the department of Justice, the president can fire James, call me or anybody in the FBI any day of the week that he wants to the president did not walk up and say, hey, you stop that Flynn investigation or else you're fired that had he done that. Maybe you have a case he still is allowed to do. It. Don't take my word for to meet every leftist democrat lawyer, you can find is gonna agree with me, the president has the right to fire and hire in the department of Justice he controls, but alleged the allegation is Donald Trump has admitted this is that he said to Comi. Hey, can you see yourself clear to let this Flint thing? Go. Now, you think that's obstruction of Justice. I'll listen to it. Go ahead. Well, I think the committee needs to use subpoena power to get to the bottom get find out whether that's true or not into way that evidence next thing. It is. Let's say let's say he said it. How is it? Obstruction of Justice. It's called abuse of power. He said can you see your way clear and call me didn't drop it is still in trouble. Gordon? It didn't go away. Am I going to allow the allow absolutely wondering if we're to stay on the on the same page here? Okay. Using trouble. His career is over. It. Didn't go away. It didn't work. He didn't make him. Stop the investigation respond to that guy. Thank you. You and I are having a disagreement about whether that color allowed evidence of abuse of power. I say it does you say it doesn't. Well, the committee needs to weigh it. It's the committee's decision, not mine or yours committee. Likewise, needs to weigh the evidence that that the president over the period of two years harassed his attorney general and ultimately fired him because sessions would not intervene and special counsel's investigation. He had recused himself. Well, that's your assumption. Jurors subsidy he could have fired on the day. He recused himself. He didn't he kept them on for two years. He recused himself before. Okay, ultimate ultimately, he's fired him in the evidence seem, but he also hired him knowing I would assume knowing that he was going to recuse himself feeling the Senator that he had he had heard Joe, Gordon. I think there's a delay. There isn't a delay. But, but I think I think that you think you're going to speak over being you're not not wanna speak over you. I want to really have a conversation. You completely blew it on the obstruction of Justice thing. That's one win for pags. Gordon? You lost that one? They shouldn't be investigating it. Because already Flynn is facing charges his craters over they didn't drop the case. Even had the president made him drop the case against Flaine. It's still not of obstruction the president has that purview. He runs the department of Justice having said that this one on one sessions. This was a handpicked guy by Trump any any recused themselves almost immediately and Trump didn't fire him for more than two years. What makes you think? That's the reason why he did it took him two years. Then. It wasn't just one act firing the man after two years. So you just said he fired him because he recused himself. You said harassed and humiliated him over a two year period. That's an opinion come on. Right. Here's the fact that I need to correct you the president has seven number of times that he would not have hired sessions. Had he known in a dance that sessions would be himself. Yeah. You're absolutely one hundred percent, right. Jeff Sessions took the job. Although everybody said he was allying piece of crap KKK members. Hold on the Senator the Democrats senators called him a lion K K K member whose a racist. But he somehow got the job and soon thereafter. He recused. You're right on the time line. So let's blow that one off because it took him two years to fire him. That's not anything there. What else you got the emoluments clause, which is a fun one for me? Go ahead..
"boss gordon" Discussed on FT Big Read
"Welcome to the financial times. Bake read a weekly podcast, featuring the best for long form reporting from around the world. I'm Caroline Grady from opinion and analysis desk Wells Fargo has lurched from one scandal to another and its valuation is no longer out of premium to other banks. The scandals have raised unsettling questions. Save Robert Armstrong, and Laura Newnan that many customers stayed loyal to the Bank. It's financial performance has improved. But to two trillion dollar cap on asset is still holding it back. This report is narrated by Robert Armstrong. Tim Sloan thinks that Wells Fargo is the best Bank in the world after more than two years as chief executive of the scandal riven lender. He is quick to provide evidence deposit growth loan growth returns to show that while the Bank has been wounded by controversy. It is now returning to its feet the view from outside. The group, however is very different in interviews with the financial times, dozens of investors academics, competitor's and employees ease describe a damaged brand a workforce held back by fear of repeating past mistakes and the immense difficulty of drawing a line under one of the ugliest banking scandals in an era full of them, a cutthroat sales culture in the retail division, where perverse incentives lead employees to open millions of false accounts and miss sell. Other products was ignored or brushed aside by the board and senior management until the story. Went public in two thousand sixteen wells first response when the problems emerged was mass firings of lower level employees more than five thousand were forced out only after this bad apple theory, failed to convince regulators politicians or the public was there aboard overhaul the replacement of most senior leaders and an effort to rewire the banks culture other instances of bad behaviour continued to come. Alight at wells. And the Bank remains under tighter regulatory scrutiny than any other US lender in recent memory prominent politicians said that Mr. Sloan who led wells wholesale banking operation while the misselling was taking place is not fit to lead the Bank. Mr. Sloan takes all this in his stride, consistent with what a colleague calls his unflappable down to earth, mid western style. He says when any politician is running for office they're trying to win. And when they do that, they will either mentioned us or not mentioned us to the extent that it's beneficial to their election. We understand that that's their business. His composure is drawn in part from the banks performance, which has been remarkably steady, given the enormity of the scandal. The bank's valuation will no longer at a premium is on par with other big American banks and some early signs of growth are visible, but wills considers itself more than just another. Bank. It was on top of the industry in returns, valuation and reputation. The question is whether it can reach those heights again, and there Mr. Sloane faces a very skeptical audience. Dave Ellison portfolio manager of the Hennessy large-cap financial fund and investor and financials for thirty years says with these type of stories the company's never get their premiums. Back. People have other places to go. Now wells is just another big me to Bank Perry. Pilose wells, head of wholesale banking describes the old Wells Fargo as a company that prided itself on decentralized decision making that's good for certain things. But it's not good for other things. The problem is that we did that for everything the description may understate some of the problems the Bank is faced an entrepreneurial culture in which business units and managers were left to take decisions and pursue growth. In response to local conditions extended to controls and comply. Science a strong culture of credit risk management was matched by precious little culture of operational risk management. The scandal. Raised an unsettling question. What if the management structure responsible for wells past success was ultimately unsustainable by reputation? The Bank had been better at assessing credit risk and had a stronger deposit taking franchise than any other lender. It was one of the big four holdings at Berkshire Hathaway along with American Express Coca Cola and IBM and Warren Buffett and praise. It's brilliant outstanding management in early two thousand sixteen will shares traded to times they're tangible book value while Bank of America and J P Morgan traded between one and one and a half times book. Now wells is traded down to Bank of America's level and J P Morgan has risen to become the only big US Bank to trade at twice. Book Gerard Cassidy banks analysts at RBC thinks that wills radically decentralized structure, which led to the scandal was also. So one of the reasons for the history of strong financial results. He says, I don't see the premium valuation coming back because of the way they do business. Now, they have put in processes that are an obstacle to that premium profitability underwriting decisions were not centralized a unique system that helped generate the extra returns as the Bank works to come in line with industry standards for controls and compliance when employee describes a sense, we're stagnating no real leaders have emerged to pull us out of wallowing in internal consensus-seeking. They sit on every problem and give us the same pep rally. Happy talk the employee says rivals say that wells chasing by its past mistakes become scared of its own shadow. Even Mary Mack, runs wells massive consumer Bank says staff are still more cautious than you'd want them to be those closer to wells, including ten senior executives who spoke with the F T argued that the bank's core strengths in credit creation and deposit. Taking remain Mr. Sloan. On points out that primary checking accounts, a key yardstick for what retail customers think of the Bank are increasing at a rate of nearly two percent recovering from zero growth immediately after the scandal broke, but still less than the five percent in the two years before it when wells reports fourth-quarter earnings this week investors will hope to see the momentum continue well loan growth hovered around zero after the scandals broke it never tipped into negative territory. Mrs Mack says existing customer stuck with us customer retention is at a year high. It was with perspective customers choosing between us and another Bank that we got hurt Mr. pilose, the head of wholesale banking agrees. He says I've been in some awkward conversations. But by and large our customers have stuck with us. They know their banker our results have been okay. Because of that new customers have been harder to convince he suspects the scandals have made corporate clients cautious. Thing to themselves. I'd hate to be the CFO that recommended wells to my board. And then something else happens financial services is a sticky business customer relationships. Once one are hard to lose. Whether resilience of wells franchise is down to this inertia weren't that unique characteristics of the company it's long history and small and mid sized American communities is open to debate wills business proves sticky in another sense following the scandals. There was no exodus of executives. Several head hunters specializing in banks profess surprise at the low level of turnover at the top of the Bank. One senior executive at wells says on his decision to stay I've been heavily recruited for other jobs. The opportunities are great for people here. Wells key challenge, then is winning with new customers. But that means getting back to selling win an out of control sales culture is exactly what got the Bank in trouble. The banks. Leaders are acutely aware of the balancing act. John Shrewsbury chief financial officer says employees have really adopted more of a compliance mindset, and a customer experience mindset, rather than a convert customers and expand the business mindset because that was near the center of what created problems wills has another reason for optimism Rupert younger who leads the Oxford centre for corporate reputation argues that customers are much faster to forgive scandals of character like wells than scandals have competence. He says wells will bounce back in two or three years. They will be fine. Wells is arguably receiving closer scrutiny and tighter regulation on a sustained basis than any American Bank ever has as it overhauls its governance and compliance regimes it is operating under to consent orders. One from the Federal Reserve Board and one issued jointly by the consumer finance protection bureau. And the office of the comptroller of the currency. The Federal Reserve has capped the bank's balance sheet at two trillion dollars until it is satisfied that adequate controls are in place. One lawyer specializing in financial regulation says this amounts to an open ended policy experiment executives at the company acknowledged that they are aiming at a moving target. As regulators will only know what is good enough when they see it asked if the Bank was on the same page as the regulators Mr. pilose says that in an outline in a classical sense for the big Roman numerals. We absolutely are. But for the details there is no checklist. No playbook for this. The sense that there is no clear. Endgame has been compounded by a steady flow of news. Reflecting regulators continued disatisfaction with wells most worryingly in October the Bank placed it's chief administrative officer and chief auditor on. Leave reportedly after the OCC sent each of them letters informing them that it would pursue sanctions against them. A former federal Bank supervisor told the F T that such letters sent after regulatory intervention has been proceeding for years suggested that regulators were still discovering problems not just fixing them with the campaign for the twenty twenty election already starting wills Fargo will figure in the partisan conflict over president Donald Trump's deregulatory agenda, Maxine Waters, the democrat who has just become head of the house of representatives financial services committee said last year that something is terribly wrong at wells in October. Elizabeth Warren the likely presidential candidate who sits on the Senate banking committee said the fed should not remove wells asset cap until Mr. Sloan who she says is deeply implicated in the Bank scandals is removed. If the company cannot get the asset. Cap removed in the first half of this year as it has promised investors. The pressure to remove Mr. Sloan will become intense. The fed refused to comment on any of its dealings with wells one analysts asks who is qualified who wants the job listing potential candidates, including former US Bank Corp, boss, Richard Davis, PNC chief Bill DEM check. J P Morgan retail banking boss, Gordon Smith and former Goldman Sachs chief operating officer Gary Cohn. The analysts says all have no interest reports suggesting that Mr. Cohn has already declined an approach are strenuously denied by the company. Mr. Sloan says it didn't happen yet. The banks leadership knows it is at the center of a political battle. Mr. Pilo says got treated worse than companies who have killed people because it's good political fodder. Thank you for listening. If you have enjoyed this big read putt cast you can. Scribe on all the usual channels. If you're not already an F T subscriber. Visit F T dot com forward slash offer. For our latest subscription offers. This episode was produced by Caroline, Grady.
"boss gordon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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"boss gordon" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Tell the truth russian the world cup as well and sing i probably because i'll be fired from the rigor the warriors like i find this kind of annoying about the warriors narrative but how they always point to like how many passes how many assists and how many passes they have but it is true they were playing a lot more off the dribble in an isolated tonight than previously i guess it comes down to how much faith you have in the warriors and their bility to see the big picture because we said this all throughout the season that while we could have hit the panic button a few times that they were so good shown so much over the course of the past couple of years that you didn't really have to worry and now you're looking at the boss gordon you're saying well they didn't play particularly well but they did get a lot of guys involved whereas the rockets as we mentioned only using six or seven guys i'm wondering if maybe they lost this game by a little bit but they make it up in game five in games taxed right just because the rockets are playing game seven every game now whereas the words can kinda stretch it out there i don't know definitely looks like that with the with the lineups that kurban putting out there he's really throwing abc's never played in the regular season pretty much putting you know four non factors on offense around durant and just kind of like see stuff the bleeding for letting it go for about two minutes yeah why not maybe this is what the rockets have been playing for all season long i mean this is it they're going to get the game seven in houston on monday night probably you know they'll probably split the next two and they'll get this game seven that they won all these regular season games for and that they kept the foot on the gas throughout the end of the season as other teams were like well we'll just wait until the postseason and worry about it that they get this game in houston and i i kind of that that's going to be one of the most interesting games in the last three or four years in the nba tony has to get it yeah yes bet it like.
"boss gordon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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"boss gordon" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Everybody out of in your question for you on three and at that point in later today and i am tired of what i'm feeling and they can only go back to what you guys schilling youtube channel of kim just talking about your boss gordon rarely lamour but in my head i go i got no death and i've got anything to do as far as the next stuff to find something out to find something else out of the current you want to get out of the current job the truth is that correct yeah you know i i watched a lot of what everyone talked about it on trade readership i cook copious notes and everything you might showdown thanks for flights the theme he'll but the thing that keeps coming up in my brain and not being treated like people are important and then also wanting to work that matter will i'm just trying to look for some guidance as to what the next step would be let me ask you this for a couple of seeing seared in chris christie conjoined been this will are you at a position that you can make a jump do you have six months a year in expenses what kind of situation are you and financially my husband and i have six months we're actually more tori fadi kept three be and we're working on on you know trying to buy a house at that point but at the same time he understands how ready for something new an unusual lynch than i am i am ready for and he he puts me a 100percent i just don't know where to her.