18 Burst results for "Bridgman"

"bridgman" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

02:02 min | Last week

"bridgman" Discussed on Never Seen It

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Exit-stage plight: Brexits costs come due

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:33 min | 5 months ago

Exit-stage plight: Brexits costs come due

"It's been six weeks since the end of the transition period when brexit formerly fully finally happened. This is an amazing moment for this country. We have our freedom in our hands and these up to us to make the most of it so far. It hasn't been straightforward this week. The european commission listed a series of shortcomings in how britain is following border agreements in northern ireland. Meanwhile amsterdam past london as europe's largest center of share trading. Of course there are other teething problems and Britain's government is projecting confidence about getting past this teething period. They're all some specific issues that relate to what the european union that can be resolved in the next few weeks months as we adjust to a new situation at the same time. Figures released this morning. Show that the country is grappling with a record fall in economic output. Although the deal is done. The transition period over the relationship between britain and europe whether on banking or trade is still far from settled it was inevitable when brexit took effect that some business would move out of london because the business of london in the city has lost. Its automatic right to trade london across europe. Don't pete is economists brexit editor. And because it's lost that it's not recognized by brussels and therefore quite a lot of share trading in european shares and other euro denominated bombs was going to move and it has moved. Its move very fast. Mr trump sit down and what kinds of impacts can we expect from that kind of shift. I think we'll see. More shifting of trade. More fund manages moving capital more trading in europe. Erivatives will move into the european union. That will mean some loss jobs. It will mean. Some banks have to relocate people and activities to continental europe to amsterdam paris and frankfurt. It's not going to be huge in terms of the city. The city is a lube bull financial center. It's still going to be europe's largest financial center but it's going to lose a lot of it's european business and is that a permanent fifty think or could that business return if brussels were to recognize bridgman actual regulation in the city as equivalent to its own then. Some of the business might come back to london. But i think it's unlikely that the eu will do that. I mean many countries in the including brussels want to take back a lot of the trading and euro-denominated stocks chaz and. They didn't really see reason why they should be helpful to city of london.

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"bridgman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"bridgman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Hey you know this at what I call it can grow Bridgman of trump because they're afraid he's a concern that trumps gonna turn into some sort of a dictator or a tire and take it up with them though I don't want to it's a Friday night it's too much fun I don't want to get in a big either side of this I just don't want to get into a big political debate so I appreciate what you're saying now let me also correct myself Howard bloom is so smart for all I know he is an attorney but I don't think he is I mean I that I know how rich by pretty well so I'm pretty sure he never sat down to take the bar however if Kim Kardashian can pass the bar in California or bloom would be able to pass the bar in New York if you felt like it and he could probably start on Monday and read all of the material that he would needs and pass the bar by Friday but it's the same time I'm still not getting into it is not that I'm shutting down a conversation about Howard bloom I just want to get into a whole thing about whatever that discussions about the Czech secret police because it has a way of getting people all riled up when it's just too much fun to be had we go to Mary who's in New Jersey on coast to coast AM on a wildcard line go ahead Mary yeah I didn't talk about them great pyramid cool picture in my mind how with people the store that was guarding the way to the tree of life in the garden of Eden the person that represents god you can say representative because no man has ever seen god but he's working he's he's just gone right through the blocks with the sword and calling them up and all the natives are watching him and they come over and they said how are you doing that and he said I am that I am not sale and then after he was done with that think they copied him he actually told them what to do because of watching everything is selling but they're just not lion that sits out front that's thanks in the garden I always picture before Adam you know the animals and the line with the king of the beasts and I think he was there he was trying to protect all the small animals because he's the king is watching over and then they created Adam but now I think a lot happened before Adam came on the scene but it's interesting you know that actually that god does god was seen by Moses so got the in the Bible makes a very specific reference to up Moses wanted to see god god said no and then Moses insisted said Hey look you know I'm doing so much for here what do you say and so god let's in this isn't it in the in the Pentateuch that god let's Moses see his but so god god walks past Moses only but got his own it most is is only allowed to see his backside **** that tune where they put to death they don't have the thought that they were going to be raised either from intensive sickly or spiritually and they say you can take it with you that they try they try to take everything you know with some because sure they didn't then proves proves that right because it was there later on for other people to discover Tyler get one in more before the bottom of the hour thank you very will go to was Steve on the Upper East Side on coast to coast Steve hello arm yes Sir issue with the government conspiracies and self and I believe I have a chip in my body this tracking my every movement now it sinks probably with my that's not six my iPhone or anything of my you tube and the government's cycle tragically scanning my brain or thoughts on my head why would the government what it what is it that you offer that the government needs to track I don't know I think the government's downlink all the thoughts of every spring I earth and clean to a central database in the computer like spreadsheet select their computers for eight years something or some kind of like Marshall workers something's alike of brains like a computer or something well I'm sorry that that's happening to you end what is it that if you're if you're tempted to find help for the situation yes actually I've contacted the people at the universities find the chip salvage ship you remove a part be detected can't grow so I continental sensors at university see if they could I'm not a low key to chip club leaves my torso my spine were torso let any luck so far right now to was a I've heard somebody's this does the community.

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"bridgman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"bridgman" Discussed on KTRH

"Of rain twenty percent I mean just hard work weather channel please guys in fifty six of the K. T. arranged text offenders twenty four hour weather center to what our top story well president trump has been very vocal on Twitter lately he even had a strong message for the GOP members buses Kevin court has more on what the president tweeted in regards to Ukraine he said Republicans and others must remember the Ukrainian president and foreign minister both said that there was no pressure placed on them whatsoever also they didn't even know the money wasn't paid and got the money with no conditions why isn't Germany France Europe paying his argument Eric seems to go this way not only was there no quid pro quo but it was his duty to ask about possible corruption whether it was related to the bidens are not which is something even the Obama administration had concerns about but his biggest gripe today the quote sham inquire re added by an unfair Adam Schiff this week begins a second round of the impeachment hearings Democrats of London eight key witnesses to publicly testify of the seven member Texas board of pardons and paroles unanimously voted to send governor Greg Abbott the recommendation to delay the execution of Rodney reed senator Ted Cruz and congressman Mike McCall also making that request along with the A. list celebrities like Riana and Kim Kardashian the board recommending a hundred twenty day reprieve resistance to die for the nineteen ninety six murder of nineteen year old Stacy states of Bastrop aside here I. as D. reprimanding a student after reports that he posted a photo on social media showing imposing with on the Bridgman high school campus the gun best cation finding the photo ID been altered there was no gun on the campus at a Houston judge rules a convicted felon can't remain on the ballot in the city council run off next month Cynthia Cynthia Bailey siding Houston city charter which only requires your voting rights to be restored in twelve months of residency to run for office attorneys for Renee Jefferson Smith who finished third in the race for district B. argue the Texas AG ruled earlier this year anyone with a felony record cannot run for office unless quote pardons or otherwise released from the resulting disability Texas constitution says.

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"bridgman" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"You had cues of work for people to go through and hundreds of employees who would spend all day everyday clicking. Yes. Now. Keep takedown takedown takedown keep up keep up making judgment calls snap. Judgment calls about does it violate our terms of service. Does it violate our standards of decency? What are the consequences of the speech? So you have these fabulously talented group of mostly twentysomethings who are deciding what speech matters, and they're doing it in real time all day everyday. Is that scary terrifying? Right, there responsibility was awesome. No one could ever have predicted how fast Facebook would grow the trajectory of growth of the user base. And of the issues was like this and of all all staffing throughout the company was like this the company was trying to make money. It was trying to keep costs down. It had to be a a going concern. It had to be a revenue generating thing or would cease to exist in front. Facebook was preparing to take its rapidly growing business to the next level by going public. I'm David Bridgman Facebook CFO, thank you for taking the time to consider an investment in Facebook social media chide hopes to raise. The pressure heading into the IPO. Of course was to prove the Facebook was a great business. Otherwise, we'd have no shareholders Facebook is it worth one hundred billion dollars shooting? Devalued challenge was to show investors, and advertisers, the prophet that could be made from Facebook most valuable asset personal data. It had on its users. Mark great as he was at vision and product he had.

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"bridgman" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:33 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

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"bridgman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Partnership will loss and say they're well aware, of the fact that eventually. The Americans, will leave and so as far as, they're concerned they're going to wait. Until the until the Kurds? Are willing to come more to Damascus obviously we saw meeting happened in Damascus recently with, the and Damascus but, in order for the SDS become weaker so Damascus can impose more conditions, or impose its rules. And and what it wants on the cards so, I think? The as far as Damascus is concerned they're willing to to let the store out until the. The winds change in Favor I mentioned the negotiations or the meetings if they were recently in, Damascus political leaders of the went to talk to the Syrian government and among them was, ill Emmett Bridgman, hospital We had meetings with the regime in Damascus on our aim now is to try to understand their motives intentions, and objectives which to gauge whether they already. Finished associations so this was why we went. To Damascus it's not clear yet whether or not the Wilby negotiations or whether or not the talks will. Be successful but still we would like to explore the potential. For negotiations although how previous local level meetings haven't yet resulted in. Concrete action they nevertheless opened the door for our high. Level, meetings, now again the complexity the SDF is backed militarily by the US coalition, against IS but the US in the west still refused to recognize SDF lead administrations politically fully so could talk to the ad regime harm the SDS relations with the US his ill, amid again Little I'll talks with the regime will not harm our relations with the United. States the US forces are here to help to provide stability in the. Region they want to see the end of ISIS and reaching those aims will require solving serious. Problems all talks with the Syrian regime also aim to address the same. Issues so we don't see these two things is contradicting each. Other Michelle, declaw perhaps the real contradiction if you like it is the role of, Turkey a US ally within, NATO and yet a bitter foe the influence of the SDF in large part because of its relationship with the Turkish Kurdish rebel, group the PK. PKK how does this dilemma get? Result first of, all I would say that the contradiction is inside the US..

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"bridgman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of police taking say part and in what the murder of you mikey know state's bridgman attorney all brian these sexton years later has said one of the few certainties about the about case the case is that we might overall never know i exactly just think it's it's what happened on the evening you know of april we eleven we hundred do nineteen this story ninetyfour because he here's worked for lisa the white saulters sox free but i think six it's a it's a sad when frank reminder thomas lexicography of to a nineteen a ninetythree very division title unfortunate neva's time coleman was finishing in the city his of chicago second year in the state of work of on where the white where sox this has grounds been going crew on in this case i is i started one of hundreds powerwash like two this seats and just you know again because of the white sox we pay attention to it watch but it's how just it's a sad story all in and the i will raoult's tell you you know more trays than anything they else portray jeremy i mean i've seen we don't want the to keep the crime park scene photos of mikey bridgman then and became what she a family looked like of medium after laying became there a big and family i will tell you down that here in my eighteen years at espn there was nothing that has left a larger imprint on my mind and forever be there then those images of what that woman looked like and what she was the state she would west and for those for those days wayne raises story on espn dot com is grounds for return wayne thanks so much for joining us here thank you jim i appreciate next on the sporting life in our gettin know espn radio series buster olney talks about baseball's pace of play issue and a recent trip to his old high school and i said how many of you would sit down and watch from first pitch to last pitch baseball game and you could see germany the looks on their faces it was his if i asked him if they wanted to.

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"bridgman" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"What an awful thing to this innocent man spent twenty years in prison and i think you know depending on the day i kind of bounced back and forth as well there's a lot of questions i have on both sides and i think there's probably some truth never says his probably some truth and falsehood as well to what to what the police say what you know state's attorney brian sexton has said about the case overall i just think it's it's you know we do this story because he worked for the white sox but i think it's a it's a sad reminder of a very unfortunate time in the city of chicago in the state of illinois where where this has been going on in this case is one of hundreds like this and then just you know again because of the white sox we pay attention to it but it's just it's a sad story and i will tell you you know more than anything else jeremy i mean i'd seen the crime scene photos of mikey bridgman and what she looks like after laying there and i will tell you that in my eighteen years at espn there was nothing that has left a larger imprint on my mind forever be there then those images of what that woman looked like and what she was this is the state she would west and for those for those days raises story on espn dot com is grounds for return wayne thanks so much for joining us here next on the sporting life get to know espn radio series buster only talks about baseball's pace of play issue.

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"bridgman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on KOMO

"Around midnight detectives took nevis to the police station for questioning with no attorney present he says police officers deprived him of sleep punched him in the face and used racial slurs at channel four in the morning never says he was coerced into signing a confession stating that he and two other men were involved in the rape and murder of mikey bridgman one of the men never implicated in his confession was twenty six year old darrell fulton who had been previously convicted of rape darryl says police also coerce him into confessing the third man nevis implicated did not confess and charges against him dropped never ston daryl were convicted of murder in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven and sentenced to life in prison without parole what did you think future is going to be like that never seen daryl served most of their time in menard correctional center six hours from chicago both continue to maintain their innocence by two thousand and sixteen never had been behind bars for twenty two years and without the opportunity for parole he had little hope but that changed because of daryl fulton darryl had long sought new dna testing in the case to go beyond the inconclusive testing that was done before the trial in nineteen ninetyseven his efforts succeeded in two thousand sixteen and that gave nevis an opportunity russell ainsworth and the university of chicago's exoneration project took up his case last fall new dna evidence led to a hearing with no objection from the state the same judge with given nevis daryl life sentences two decades earlier overturned their convictions on november twentieth after nearly twenty four years behind bars nevis coleman was a playmate lisa saulters reporting komo news time one twenty your propel insurance money news at twenty and fifty past with bruce vaile us and chinese trade negotiators are haggling over how to get beijing to keep recent promises to.

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"bridgman" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"It is the radio segment that's worth seventeen trillion in bitcoin still doesn't even really know what that means laser stories the second where we read weird news stories from around the globe just like every other radio show does except we have a laser and those other idiots don't this first laser story is out of ocala florida a sixty two year old woman named deloris graham broke into a toyota tercel on a car dealerships lot recently because she wanted to take a nap i heard they're very comfortable car sales are superman what when she was inside dolores couldn't sleep very well so the calmer nerves she lit up a cigarette and then tossed it under the front seat when she was done not going to end welfare dolores who would have thought but even though dolores had managed to break into the car somehow she managed to lock herself in and couldn't get out guy is off so she started trying you lock yourself in the car that's a good question she started trying to smash the front windshield to escape that's right around the time cop showed up after he got a call about something suspicious going on at the dealership he helped get out of the car and then used a fire extinguisher to put out the fire afterwards dolores thanked the officers for their bravery and then she was arrested for burglary and felony criminal mischief nap in jail this next laser story is out of seattle to girl scouts named nora wall and ruthie bridgman or selling cookies outside a grocery store.

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"bridgman" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"But even though dolores had managed to break into the car somehow she managed to lock herself in and couldn't get out awful so she started trying you lock yourself in the car good question she started trying to smash the front windshield to escape that's right around the time cop showed up after he got a call about something suspicious going on at the dealership he helped loris get out of the car and then used a fire extinguisher to put out the fire afterwards deloris thank the officers for their bravery and then she was arrested for burglary and felony criminal mischief take a napkin jail this next laser story is out of seattle to girl scouts named nora wall and ruthie bridgman or selling cookies outside a grocery store the other day when a random woman asked how much it costs to by all the boxes they have they must be so excited so the girls looked over their stash and told the woman that the total would be over six hundred dollars that's more than one hundred twenty boxes at five dollars a piece but she wasn't stocking up for the year instead she gave the girl scouts the money left the cookies and ask them to hand out the boxes to random people for free what i did i bought five hundred dollars more of girl scout cookies and then i was selling my comedy shows for ten dollars a box opposite a good person you are not they make money in human i make money we all make money everybody's happy anyway just knowing someone did that inspired other people to do the same thing with the girl scout cookies customers at the grocery store kept doing little things for each other all day helping people out if they didn't have exact change and at least one person paid for her own groceries plus the grocery store the person behind her in line and the person ahead of her as well doing way too much one person got a bugged by girl scout to buy cookies that no that's ron experience that's really the the silver lining the whole thing he's gonna be this time what is going to be this time they're so cute next laser story is out of riverhead new york a forty four year old woman named elizabeth default so was driving drunk the other morning and apparently she was really hungry so she pulled into a.

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"bridgman" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"What was the domain name i can think of it a good enough to know why when i heard the business idea i was like but the but going back to your point the idea would have been better if they had only been given like a hundred grand or one million dollars because then they would have been forced to be disciplined to be smart so be careful it's possible i mean it's great if you can raise a lot of capital my business partner alex that a lot of guys have seen on my show he raise eighty million dollars and he used the and his companies made a billion dollars since they raised in the last decade so you like you know he makes two hundred million bucks a year the company makes sure million and a start needed sixty million equity twenty million in debt so it's not but but he's a unique very disciplined guy some scott bridgman said never ever throw money at a problem sometimes i at scott i agree with you in general but once in a while and he throwing money if you want to get in a club or somalia believe it or not arrowing at the valley sponsors sometimes work and capital is a good thing i mean let's talk about capital for a minute there are a lot of different types right like so most people think of capital and they're like this is capital and and really there are many types of capital so the one that we that we love is is human capital right so what you're earning right now all those hearts that social capital we all that we get these followers and we get these loves in these lights and we grow these networks and like that's a very meaningful thing that's a it's a thing that creates value but it's quantified in parts and thumbs and it's not really quantified in dollars necessarily it is for the advertisers maybe it is for your ability to sell something but social capital is important because it's it's not working human capital is the thing that we think we've identified that you can earn money on that people are leaving on the table so human capital is like your skills in your life experience in your knowledge in who you know all the stuff that still that yeah that's social capital of that's how a truck or it's like if you took away everything people.

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"bridgman" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Don't you remember that yeah but he wasn't showtime he didn't have that magnetic small he didn't have the ability to push the ball up to court and jazz and just passed the ball the waited he passed the ball he was something's magic johnson was something special to behold julia bridgman was an allstar he could ball we all knew this about him but at the end of the day he had one problem and one problem only he was not ervin magic johnson and that was the difference and what i'm saying to you is that if you are lonzo ball that's what you've got to think about that's what has the matter to you and that is my concern you'd a numbertwo overall pick you the number to overall pick and i'm sorry i mean it might not have been junior abridgement i forgot who it was you know what it was it was somebody that was drafted directly after magic johnson and they're only problem is that there was a shota perry and that's what i think we need to by they're trying to do show time but reality is they don't have the ball players for that i got you they don't have it yet but i gotta give i gotta be fair and be fair with two limitation of the right now my man the los angeles lakers have some decent young talent cools mccann play he can play flat out let's get that out the way right now this brothers of the special he can play he's going to be special unfair excuse me i'm very very pleased well what i have seen from julius randle coming off the bench okay i'm very very pleased with that.

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"bridgman" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on WTMA

"By up to 75 percent the blues team building will continue to stand owners say they plan to lease the space some like big power boats others like it's simple quieter like a kayak arik canoe dorchester county has now completed and opened the new ashley river access off biggins bridge road and rennick in road it's called the howard bridgman river access site eric davis is the director of dorchester county parks and recreation and he says that howard bridgman of former somerville town council member an advocate of the river access to management plan back in the early 2000s that called for a canoe and kayak access right here where were standing and howard really advocated hard for that um and so county council decided they wanted to name this access after mr bridgman and david says that the new river access perfect for canoe and kayak with this stretch of river is ideally suited for paddling a very narrow you have a tree canopy over you most of the way and there's tons of wildlife you can see out on the river in it'll be open all year round supreme court justices delivered a victory did the trump administration yesterday in a fight over the implementation of a travel ban at the same time the fight over constitutionality for suffer murray's in continues the supreme court ruling means that the department of homeland security can fully implement the september version of the travel ban right away but no ruling been made undergo liberty or the ability of you travel ban that's camille macular director of immigrant legal policy at the new york immigration coalition she says the lawsuits filed in hawaii in maryland over the bans constitutionality will proceed macular said you can't deduce from this ruling how the justices might decide the question of the galluci not at all a great early in the pick heating and be able to make it at how many the eventual outcome will be i'm steve kastenbaum appearing on that late night would stephen colbert last night former access hollywood hose billy bush says he doesn't have the luxury of pretending his infamous conversation with donald trump didn't happen it was about that uh ease of groping is you recall here's what billy bush had to.

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"bridgman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A how you is that much value in that receiver your day looking him in you know being a top can't kopai wide receiver um andrew stand value of it sean mcdermott about four builder doing because um again i had a chance to do the bill early in the season and i had a chance to talk to your sean mcdermott we just talked about your out with a week or two after they were you know sandy walker robber would go and all that stuff and they they have a fish and he really reference the way that they built the team and carolina with a lot of you know unsung choir a lot of noname players not benjamin stronger are donate guy but he really value a lot of the people they brought into that organization and they want 'bilka buffalo bills in the same way obviously in buffalo right now they need a number one guy they need a guy that they could throw do when he's covered at guide it's going to be a physical at the pointed to catch receiver they don't have that it haven't had that they've been queenie with that without it you work to play action they rigged and the way he built the offense get the volcker tara here i think benjamin an excellent piece for that often so i i don't know b motivate for carolina but i think for what you're doing of buffalo i think he's a great fit in another great rule which has been a great off season for the buffalo pale here now it's interesting to guy i got it slip my mind but it makes perfect sense now being the general manager of xenos kelvin bridgman from his done down and carolina so they're very familiar with what he can offer do you think that this is more of a emphasis or there will be now more of an emphasis down and carolina getting the ball to christian mccaffrey he's the second leading receiver on the team coming out of the back field through his mother things out pay in nontraditional running back wise but in what did they do because they they just let go one of in a.

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"bridgman" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"And then you know just schultz on a minute to me he was kind of a lot of those flyer teams from the 70s i made a my qassem controversy beslan great i mean stanley cup champs they won by reality they were the time to time to i 75 76 yes but the interesting thing about the flyers in that timeframe is they were like i should say it grew upon group mentality a wolf pack all yeah you mess will one guy you mess the has looked skies yet but i mean i even peron i mean like this but he must have felt the safest guy on in the league amisi noone touched him the goalie but he was crazy in his own right too but i don't mind i think part of that was because he had the his brain at hey i've got show also got dupont gone chelliah alaska bobby clarke bobby carmel bridgman but a lot of these guys when they went to other teams you know they didn't quite place so tough anymore now it's true 'cause they i mean we'll see phillies a culture unless you're in philadelphia and you've gone to a game you really can't understand that it's their lives in philadelphia to very humble town you know there's really not much to do around there except for cheer for your sports teams go out with your friends it's a very brotherly he loved city like you that's all you have you have your sports have your friends your family and that's what you do that's where you go and i don't know like even as a player i know they can feel it they can feel what that city has to offer and they play for it and i i do believe that i do believe that the fans really allow these players to.

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"bridgman" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"bridgman" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Entertainment dollar you assume a risk every time you spend money on something entertainment wise now granted the price point is not 100 bucks but if you you and your wife say i wanna go see that movie you're looking at anywhere from twenty five to thirty bucks for tickets to go see a movie you know you're going to get your popcorn and stuff you know you're gonna see are going to spend eur fifty bucks to go to a movie the might absolutely sock but you soon that risks when you spend eur entertainment dollar to me it's the same thing here we're going to assume the risk as people who want to see this fight knowing the my entertainment dollar may not go very far or my entertainment dollar might let me see the circus of the century or the fight of the same jury or whatever and i think that's the real hook there's no preview on this they're going to be people who are going to screen the mcgregor can't hang with them i am with the earlier caller from bridgman mcgregor can knock mayweather out he has the power the reaching the length and shrink it's just a matter of wool mayweather let him in but that's a part of the hook and it's no different than spending your discretionary income in other ways one eight hundred three two on wpro the greatest show on wpro from the new england truck solutions traffic center here is your burger king regional traffic well we declare.

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