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Media Molecule Co-founder Alex Evans is Leaving the Industry

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:42 min | Last month

Media Molecule Co-founder Alex Evans is Leaving the Industry

"A, bigwig media molecule stepping down. This is Marie Davis Andrea over at Games Industry Dot Biz Media Molecule Co founder Alex Evans has announced his departure from Sony Studio. After thirteen years at the little big planet and dreams developer the technical director said on twitter that he wanted to take a break from the game developed from game development and explore other opportunities. Quote a few months ago. I. Did a bit of lockdown inspired soul-searching decided to step down from dreams. deb To dreams fan take a break from game to have a career. I've. Been Lucky enough to enjoy since I was a spotty fifteen year old he his tweets read media molecules are wonderful place. I can't imagine making games anywhere else but I wondered what else old Fart like me could do in this world I've been in the game deb bubble. So long I'm not yet sure what's next, what's next or even out there for someone like me He also reassured dreams fans about the title. With his departure, seemingly having no impact on the current developments of the project. For anyone worrying about dreams don't. What media molecule are doing injuries at the moment is GonNa, blow your minds and though I'll miss them all. Are we cheering from the sidelines thanks to them for the thanks to them for the first thirteen wonderful years, and here's the media molecules next thirteen. The studio responded on twitter thanking Evans for his leadership friendship and everything giving media molecule. The team added we'll continue to be weird and wonderful as you've always wanted, and there's forever space for you on our Stream Sofa I actually inverted that but it's fine. I ever started his career in the industry at bullfrog before working at lionhead for six years on a six years as head of indeed, he co-founded media molecule with art director, Tony creative director Marquee, and technical director David. Smith in two, thousand,

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"bullfrog" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

Cal's Week in Review

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

"It on it now and check out that silencer smooth. It's a favorite of mine. Jumping over to Ohio Ohio has a newly confirmed species the blue crayfish. Populations of blue crayfish exist, and there were rumored to be summoned Ohio, which of course there were just took forty five years of tracking them down to confirm or Hughes ultimately led the successful citizen science expedition that found the blue crayfish. The Blue Crayfish as it turns out, prefers springs, hillside seeps, which makes them hard to find and all so somewhat vulnerable. We don't think often of water being a barrier to water, living animals such as. As crayfish, but the Ohio River is actually a line on which blue crayfish are known to live on one side, and not the other, until now of course so much extra space to do activities according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. This small population may have moved into the area prior to the formation of the Ohio River itself only about two million years ago. which if you think about it is cray, maybe even cray cray. And speaking of gray, gray and jumping back, bullfrogs mediators Spencer neuharth covered the story of Goliath. The Tadpole at the meat eater dot com this week, Goliath is of course, a giant tadpole that apparently never felt the urged girl legs ditch that tail and get on with his life. Of like those folks who choose to never move out of the parents place. Goliath never metamorphosed I'm saying that in good fun of course I don't care if you live with your folks, does what? Do you do that back to the bullfrog tadpole at the time of capture in two thousand eighteen, Goliath was larger than a Soda Cam at his death in two thousand nineteen. We know he was much larger, but the soon to be peer reviewed data has not been made available yet. If you go to the meat eater dot com, you can see the size of Goliath. The bullfrog tadpole in comparison to a banana and a coke can spoiler alert. He's bigger. Moving onto the quick hitter calls to Action Desk. I'm going to hit this right out of the gate. Great American outdoors call your Congressional representatives right now. Leave messages and emails. If you're hearing this on Monday the eighth of June and for some reason, gala is still in need of passing double down. Keep calling again the Great American outdoors act provides almost ten billion for maintenance and full permanent funding of land and Water Conservation Fund. That's more and improved access as well as healthy outdoor jobs..

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"bullfrog" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

Cal's Week in Review

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

"Is l.. We can review with Ryan Cow Gielen now here's A Boise Idaho police report states that a pedestrian was hit with two bullfrogs while walking recently in the Boise Bench area of town. According the Boise Bench facebook group. The Walker initially thought he'd been shot with the invasive species. His attackers could have been using a potato gun type weapon, and the bullfrogs as projectiles. One commenter from the facebook group, said quote. This is the most boise bench. Stuff I've ever seen making. You wonder what else happens on this bench. For, those of you don't know what a potato gun is. The way we've used to build them anyway consists of PVC pipe usually scrounged from dumps her alleyways. One section We'll call it. The blast chamber needs to be a larger diameter and shorter length to the other section, which is the barrel? A potato stuffed down the barrel. It helps if you take a grinder or a file and get the muzzle sharp novices. Novices at this game. Think you want potatoes that fit in the tube, but let me tell you friends and neighbors you on an oversized spud. They you have to shave down. This helps completely seal the barrel, and you get a much higher muzzle velocity, the blast chamber which it'd be. The opposite end of the gun is filled with a high alcohol content hairspray. We always found aqua net to be the number one propellant. And then you try not to give away exactly how to build these things I'm sure they'll. Legality isn't real high. You then find a way to light this gas and it operates exactly like a cannon or a gun. Your hope this whole time is that the explosion in the blast chamber finds its way out the barrel by pushing the potato all the way out the barrel. The potato acts like a bullet, or I guess Bullfrog, if you're in the Boise Bench area, there's some tricks to this potato gun game that through scientific refinement can get you some at distance and probably a jail cell, which is why again I tried to leave a lot out. Just no parents listening to the show, the crew I was building. These things with on became a major in the Marine Corps one is an assistant county attorney was unemployed, but his wife does a heck of a job..

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"bullfrog" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"That could work for a lot of a lot of people. If you're a morning radio guy or three music singer. Yeah. Being both Frank bullfrog. You know, even in sales depending on the product, you know, this Seinfeld episode where George wants everybody to call him T-Bone. Yeah. But it just doesn't work, right? And the and then one guy they start calling another guy T-Bone into kind of works. Bullfrog Paul's in that same category depends on what you're selling. Like, for example, if I'm going to buy a four wheel drive, right? I want bullfrog to grow in the lobby right? How about your OBGYN? No. Yeah. I'm here for my annual Pap smear. Dr Patterson commie bullfrog. So yeah, you're exactly. About. Goofy name last week on the show some person malice ballast. Yeah. First name. That's another one. I mean that that's cruel to do to hear from the doctor Patterson. Call me, no. I'd rather be bullfrog. That's the that's the dudes legal name, by the way, Heather he'd her had there. Ever you'll work it out. He'll find a way he's a sweet kid. And so we were sitting outside having our drinks when he came out to go on break. He looked at her. And he said you're so pretty so I think maybe he was just like yours. Here's. Get the more on of the dais at right to your phone moron to eight Bob share to sixty seven four three seven kiddos wanted to travel, and I was unable to travel. We didn't have any money, and I was very lucky to land in job or I traveled for ten years. And then I got together with Sherry. And of course, we've met listeners all over the country, and we've traveled a lot together in and out of this country. And I hate it. When people say something bad about Americans as as travelers, I'm not saying, we're perfect all the time. But come on give us a break. We're friendly friendly people were opened people, you know, give us a break. So I'm going to read right now things that Americans. Don't know they do that make it obvious. They are Americans number one talking too loudly. Number two, sharing inner thoughts out a bit too loudly. Wow. The Eiffel towers really impressive. I'm so stupid. It makes so many mistakes. Like, why would that it could be? I don't know talking about no talking to. Let's say you're husband about what you think of his brother, you know, who you don't care for like personal things. Yeah. Yes loudly. This this one is interesting. I I mean, I've I've been a lot of places that I never realized this Americans wait to be seated at a restaurant when a person says, my wife, and I we were in Paris, you just walk in. And you sit down whatever available table. I didn't realize that happened to me twice in Italy. It did. Yeah. So you just you just sit wherever you want. But I mean, Arthur stations where certain idle reverse everyone looked at me like we were crazy 'cause we were standing there waiting to be seated saying which state were. From. In in. Let's stay with France in France. They don't say oh, yes. I'm from Normandy. They say, I'm French. But I I would know they were French. Right. So what about when they come here? Oh, you're French. Where are you from France? Yes. That's obvious. What you wouldn't tell me you from Leone or Paris, or whatever evidently we immediately. We immediately say, California, New York North Carolina wherever it is. We don't say I'm I'm from. I'm an American I'm from the United States because our country is so huge. It is huge. That's that's how we identify themselves to each other. And and I I always, you know, would would answer that way. I I would say where I was from. I think most people from in Europe probably know, most of the states, don't you think the obvious ones like, Texas, California, New York, even what would qualify, not obvious one. I'm from Delaware is. Is that a planet? No. It's states small wonder. I mean, don't or maybe that's the star air again's. I don't know that we think everybody knows all fifty state. I think some people in Belgium would be confused as to what? And where Maryland is. Maybe I mean, I don't know. We talked too much to baristas and cashiers. I how are you? Good. Having a good day. Cues you that? I know what do you have planned for the weekend? Peer. Oh my God. I'm Bilgin didn't even know it talking to strangers. The absolute one person said the absolute fearlessness Americans have of asking anyone on the street anything. And you know, it is true. That a bad though. It's not I don't know that any of these are bad. They're the it's just the way people are spotting us calling black people African American especially if they're like British. Yeah. Yeah. I see I catch people doing that. All the time. They'll describe like up the actor Taiwa tell as you four he's British right? He's people go and this African American actor while he's of African descent, but he's not America. That's exactly right. Even that is like that. The worst thing could be guilty being overly polite. This this European said when I hear somebody say, yes, ma'am, I know, they're American and again is that the worst thing here's the one that really really is interesting smiling, I went to Russia wants and they knew I was American because I smiled so much. Well there live in Russia. So here's what I'm hearing. We. We are smiling interested in strangers happy to tell you where we're from and interested in how you the cashiers fuelling this or not bad things. You're right. I guess they're super American wearing specific types of headgear like baseball. We wear more baseball caps than anybody in the world. I think that's probably changing a little bit. His America influences. So many countries. Footwear, Americans almost always wear sneakers. That is very true. Do you know when we were in Europe just recently for that radio conference? Every person I saw of every nationality was wearing sneakers as yeah. So I think that there are more stylish sneakers now than there used to that one is going to be everybody using public trash cans, if you see an American in Japan, they will frantically look for public trash cans, the absence of trash receptacles is something unfounded in the United States. And they become confused at the idea of having to hold onto their trash for extended. Periods of time. I never I never thought about that tipping Americans always try to tip and very often in the European countries. It's it's just looted. Included and finally expecting stores. Stay open late which not which they don't not every country. I were a a server and European restaurant here come these Merican together loud. But they're going to wait to be seated. They're gonna tip me. Right. Exactly. It's bobbing. Sherry get the more on of the day sent right to your phone moron to eight Bob share to sixty seven four three seven. I know that the movie planet of the apes was not a documentary. Not stupid. Okay. I know it was make believe, but have you been following the story about the Chinese scientists that are implanting a gene responsible for the development of the human brain into monkey monkeys. I read a little bit about what can the movie planned of the teach us, and I'm talking specifically about the reboot that was out. How many years ago is that five six years ago? Yeah. Which aims Franko. Jason clark. What can that movie teach us about why we may not want to turn monkey brains into human brains because we might end up like Charlton Heston in the first round of planet of the apes wearing a loincloth sharing a cage with a stunning, but frightened woman and being called an animal by talking apes by the with the planet of the smoothies are running on. I think HBO right now. So they're probably they've been tracking this story. And they're saying, you know, we had a run those many people are troubled by this because you're you're playing God. Will you're doing something. Yeah. Or if not God mad scientists like Don Rankin Stein that so they implanted this set of genes that makes the membrane developed an. And then they gave the monkeys tests like memory tests and. Monkeys. No only five of the monkeys really made it all the way through. And it's not like it's not like they were even like my brother in middle school. They were not, you know, human brain type monkeys. But the idea of doing that like what what do you risk creating well, you risk creating a creature that has never been experienced on this planet before. And then what is that? Like, then why I don't know. I don't know what the ultimate reasoning is is that the study of how the human brain works. That's the that's their reasoning. But your first of all monkeys chimpanzees are so intelligent and social there's some ethical problems with experimentation period. I think so then are you are you running the risk of creating like sentient s- and giving these monkeys these human characteristics. Are you creating an army that you just don't care what happens to it? Oh, that's so sense all Star Wars with those. I forget what the creatures were called. But the ones that were like stick Crete, greedy. I know what you're talking about. I mean that when when I first saw that that that fights saying in that's thorax, which one it was maybe The Empire Strikes back, and I saw those creatures. I went you know, what they were created. They don't care what happens to them. They're they're there to kill its enemy. It's an infinite of soldiers, right? So so so what you could have with with an somebody evil like like a Hitler and intelligent monkey army. You could have an intelligent monkey arm. You don't give a damn what happens to them. Can you even imagine? I mean, this thing is you can actually not in our lifetime. Probably. But if they've gotten to this point. Like, what's next? You know, though, if you flip it you remember that program director we had three back if they could take a monkey brain and put that oh, he might still here. I think he could still be he might still be there yet. Because monkeys are good problem solvers, and he was not. Although he was food motivated was think he would have been more. You think you would have been more using the train? Yeah. It's it's very disconcerting. It's really something to think about you know, what you want me to post that time I'll post that. So y'all don't worry about their folks.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"bullfrog" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"bullfrog" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Consuming raw fish, or quote, unusual meats, such as bullfrog meet that they would likely result in a diagnosis of Nath. Oh, so myositis this is an infection caused by nematode. And it's I mean, it seems like a decent like broad clinical analysis, but I I looked at the symptoms the symptoms. Don't really line up there. It doesn't the whole painful urination bloody urine and temporary kidney failure. So the jury seems to remain out on what exactly causes the illness? But to me, this sounds like another one of these cases, where if you eat the food prepared the right way the way, you know, the local people who developed this cuisine know, how to prepare your probably going to be. All right. Yeah. Yeah. It doesn't seem like I didn't find any articles. That were saying, oh, this is this is this is really a danger. This is a public health risk, which is also why you're not seeing a lot of studies into it. It's not like someone's in the field saying we have to we have to help. You know, we we've got to solve this problem because no like local culinary traditions already. Have the problem solved? If you if you just know which frogs to eat in which ones not to eat and or how to properly prepare them. But I I wonder about the whole again about the whole don't fry them. Don't chop them up that might be because if you were buying them from food cellar, which apparently, you know, these are prepared in the home. But also sometimes they are sold. It does make sense of you might want to be able to look at the frog you're about to eat and know for certain that it was not an immature specimen if that's going to make a difference in your health that makes sense to me. All right. I'm going to take us back to the plant world, Robert. Okay. Yeah. We've had enough meat here for the time being or if you want more meat, you could just say, maybe it's time for the chilly course. Yes. Okay. So time to look at a case study in the British medical journal from nineteen eighty. By Normandy, Noah at all that reviews. Some curious cases of food poisoning with a with a common factor between them. So the first case study mentioned in this report sounds like about as bleak and evening as you could ask for in nineteen seventy six he got seventeen schoolboys all about seventeen years old on holiday chaperoned by three.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I beg your pardon. I thought he was on Scott David Barry are going to see a man. How are you? So David tell us about tell us about your about the company because obviously there's a lot of people that watch our show and listen to our program that made us aware of you. So obviously, you're doing something tell us about the company. Background. We started trading as a public company in October two thousand eleven were on the OTC to be initially back. Then I one of our key assets as strategic positions in Nevada at a poverty next to or Jason threw Barrick Gold bullfrog project and at that time back seven years ago. We didn't have any resources we have this strategic land position fan. We've added a lot of property. I actually did a deal with Barrick here about three and a half years ago where I got a lot of their key properties. Where in fact on these lands, I mean, Baruch produced over million ounces on the Rams that I did the deal with them. I also picked up several other options on other patented claims as well. Staking claims. So now in the main bullfrog area, we have the commandment land and the commanding resource position in this mining district. And I can point out that gosh from eighty nine to nineteen ninety nine barrack and their predecessors produced over two point three million ounces of relatively high grade gold vote open pit and underground so renovate hot area. In fact, this is a hundred and twenty miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada. There's other companies in the area that impact there's a company called northern empire and core mining just bought them out for ninety million dollars seven go. They're just a couple of miles east of us. There's another company Corvus gold just announced today that they've got a million ounces or so, and they're big caller deposit million times. Gold recently entered into the district, and as you may know AngloGold up South Africa's probably the third largest gold producing company in the free world. So right now, we're in one of the hottest expiration areas in the state of Nevada or for that matter in the United States. I'll say, hey, David. I've got a question for you. So so that's one hundred and forty-three thousand pounds of gold over that over that period of time house how? In your business. How do you go from being a mining company to taking it to market? I don't think many people people kinda sorta understand that you guys sort of how your business works and people understand how the gold exchange works with respect to how how the how the market works, but take us through the process of exploring mining and they could get to market. A lot of cable. I mean, do grassroots expiration to discover new deposits deposits that have been rediscovered so to speak were found back in history by the old timers. But now you've got better technologies and economics, and so forth better infrastructure where you can do a lot of things today where that you couldn't do one hundred years ago. But basically once you have a discovery or have a deposit that becomes economic. You can underground mine and open pit mining depending on. And there are several ways to process gold. I mean, we all know about people panicking in a stream that's called gravity concentration. You can also grinded up a ball mail and Leach than a week cyanide solution, and then take the gold wading solution extract, the gold out of that there are several interesting processes to do that. And once you Don Knapp, and you wind up with what we call eight del Ray button, which is really a mainly gold silver rally, and then is sent off to a refiner either in the US or Canada or around the world, and then they separate that into pure gold and silver bullion and that pure bullying, and that's what people are buying. That's what they may coins out of jewelry, and so forth strong in that's the basics possible. A question for you now is so you get paid for the gold bullion, and you get paid for the for the for the raw material. Well, most mines produce the. Gold silver. Owlry may ship. It to weigh refiner refiner charges. I'm about one percent of the value making that separation than the pure bullying. And then you sell lab on the spot market or you can sell it for you can hydrate at whatever price you can get for it. Basically right now, as you know, gold is selling about twelve hundred dollars an ounce. And so if you have be refined products, and it's sitting there, and you're going to sell it rather than the refiner, you can readily sell it on the open market for eventually, essentially at the spot price of twelve hundred bucks. That's why I want an nap for this. I want to just walk with my eyes. Scan. It is their gold. Right. No. I I all I wanna have you back because I don't think anybody's ever actually explained it to us the way that you just did by the way, the name of the company.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"You hear that? Your sound like a bullfrog that was my throat was like air coming out. Anyway, welcome back to the basement yard. If you're watching this on YouTube. We got it. Yep. Danes looking around. We got we got a new place here. We've got a new place, and like it, unfortunately, this isn't the studio yet because there's we don't have Kerns in there yet. And you have to kind of block out the natural light. Joe's TV's on the floor might TV's on the floor and shit. We're still not fully moved into here. Well, me, you're not moving are you. I mean now, they're not moving. Okay. I don't want to see a show. But yeah, so we have my this table making it work a dining room table. We put in the middle of my we're making at work little half my living rooms back there. Great couch. Grainy wish you could've recorded on the couch. That couch is fire. It's amazing. Yeah. It's good. It's so good couch twenty two hundred God bless you. What a great couch. That's a great price for that couch. Oh, I was gonna say I would've thought it'd be more how much people pay for catches. You could fit like eight people on that couch. You can fit a whole bunch. That's a whole bunch. Yeah. You fit a school bus kids on second-rate. Great. That's why I say that. I don't know. Those a little weird accent fixing post fix posts. I don't know. I still feel a little weird from last week things. Things got hot last week because Frankie likes to make outrageous claims about my one of my favorite candies of all time. I do love how you defend those candies to the death, I. even though. I was dead serious. No. I know you're I was Dead Sea. Once you get something to the head of yours. It's not changing can't no can't do it. I've ever seen change. Never seen change. Never watched me change. I've never seen you break. What are never seen you like break break. What like with the Mike and dykes you say Mike in dykes. No, Mike dykes. You said Mike indict, Mike and dykes, Mike and ice. But that's how I say say Mike in dykes, Mike and dykes Mike, and the dike I just over pronounce the d I guess, I don't know. Like say, my end, I Mike and Mike index. I can't he said dyke. I can't I only way it could say it. I'm saying it it's very expensive word in the lesbian community. I'm sorry lesbians. I formally apologized school because yes, I do on record. But one thing that we didn't talk about. Yeah. Is there's candies. We did a little bit. We talked about it. But we didn't really talk about how you eat candies. What does that mean? How you actually eat it shoved in your dumb face..

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"bullfrog" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"What's going on just so so many things right animals using their wings as arms, but birds using their wings arms. When the technically is the wrong way to bend. Wait, what you know whenever a bird is, oh, they're leaser wings like arms, but that's backwards. Yeah, because now I'm thinking of when little John dances with the chicken and the Disney cartoon Robin Hood. And I've seen that CNN number of times because someone pointed out that Disney reused their animated scene. So that's exactly the same as Balu the wishing Louis it is, but now I'm thinking of chickens, our wings, whatever. Whenever they do actually been them. I never thought of that. Why? Why do we feel the need to anthropomorphized animals? Because we anthropomorphized everything really. I mean, I mean, we tend to, I always thought when I was younger with cars, we're like evil machine, bullfrogs. Wow. Because. Headlight. So especially from the back, the front was the good side. And I'm saying, probably way too much about my thoughts here and the back was the bad side because there is were red, but because you know, you have the bumper on the MAC below the chunk, it made it look like both rock somehow to me. He makes me happy. It was the evil. Bullfrog was always trying to drive the car, but the good bullfrog one. Most of the. I don't know where that thought even came from. But yeah, that's what I thought of a child that should also be children's book. Yes, the battle of the bullfrogs. It even has a title already. It does. Yes. So we're going to take a short break. Stay tuned. This is your alternate stop for everything sports, the Golden State media concepts ports podcast, should I say more from.

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Former 49er Dwight Clark dies from ALS at 61

Tolbert and Lund

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Former 49er Dwight Clark dies from ALS at 61

"And we'll get back to basketball here in a minute but this is just man this is from dwight clark's wife kelly clark heartbroken and tell you that today i lost my best friend and husband he has passed peacefully surrendered by many of the people he loved most them thank bullfrog dwight's friends teammates and forty niner fans who have sent their love during his battle with l s that's a tough one that's a tough one a chance to know dwight over the last few years to a some golf tournaments marino and just really love the guy just was just genuine genuine guy dry sense of humor in everyone's gonna remember moran here obviously for what he did with the forty niners and the catch but god just this is super cool guy and i'm really glad to got a chance to to spend a little bit of time with him over the last few years and this thing happened fast li you know i thought it'd be one of those things where you get a little worse for a little worse here and then may be still you know still around for low wild but is a couple years ago where the golf tournament together and i didn't even know we had l s but i remember him the way swing the golf club and he couldn't hold it with his left hand he just kind of put his left hand on the club and swung the club and i thought guys not the kind of grip you would teach found out why because he couldn't couldn't grip with his left hand it didn't have the strength to grip with his left hand and then i found out later that summer that he had ls but you know he was on this show many many times we had dwight clark show four five years ago for a year and he was just a blast to have on super funny spoke his mind and it was just super cool to to have him on so this is this is this tough it's tough when you lose people that especially when you grow up both for those of you that grew up in the area and watch the nine were huge niner fans and just love the eighties niners i didn't really know i mean i knew the eighties niners but i was in southern california so i wasn't it's connected with them as a lot of people out there and i'm sure you just remember that team in him and joe and those guys get in this whole thing turned around and you know that that when you talk about the niner history that's not where it started but in sense it kinda kinda is when you when you think of that team and that that staff and those players and he was certainly a big part of that so do i love him a lot of people around here are gonna miss you a lot of fans are gonna gonna miss you and to kelly i'm glad you're surrounded by a lot of a lot of good people that are up there and i'm sure that made it easier for hopefully it's making it easier for you as best as can be and you know hopefully when dwight passed away was peaceful knowing that is surrounded by people that loved him and around his friends

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"bullfrog" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Start coming out with him garden snake done out a rybkin one crow mild now they they hibernate in a in a legal why don't you know they get together sometimes i've seen them out iran my rogge fent during the back in the sunnis yet whether get trip back 75 degrees with sunshine and you look out there and they might be losing a land route get they're they're coming out of that however nice the first once the first one gesture okay crew them you know what i heard yesterday now yesterday i reckon with the here sheikh state buffet be wary oh you're out in the backyard now heard wu for all gobert my bond all you d ain't that trump in here the boiling frog hollerin' on this thing through february four he came out early did did i reckon recognise senior federal and jumped back in water every builder that got him or twos but i heard him though i say okay well yeah we've got to make bullfrog in a little pond in front of our house to you got some who say i was looking at what he wins the one of the leaks coming out now now now oh man okay neighbor noted irredeemable units up there where you live in them mountain view will never know the the snake around english wake up in the middle of the night and you're gonna grab droopeyed that you could are vying i hope there's not any and miles you're gonna have to come up in.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The consultancy box is a major red flag to them because he can mean so many different things and there are people that have been guilty of hiding behind that designation but it's very important for people to realize that the government for all intents and purposes can come and do whatever they feel compelled the do and you're the one that has the fight them off that's why devil inside the beltway by michael dority has been so popular over the years this guy's actually over at atlanta and own day computer company and heart all of his assets seized also waldman in the hey how weird it can get how whacked out it is also when i lived in atlanta parmi there was a company called bullfrog computers i don't know the details of how bullfrog got upside down with the government but they did they had all of their assets all their computers there were selling seized every one of those attacks thing all of this equipment was going to be sold on the courthouse steps and and for a fraction of the money to do what pay the taxes the people at bullfrog went to the sale bought all of their own merchandise back at a fraction of the cost and reopened under a different name and we're in business for years after that they you think about that for just a second the ridiculousness of some of these practices that's just one example but a lot of these people and if he even go out to one of the stories that also covers this out on fox news.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I grieve and who are revival you these three r yo the sad thing about them of course is that every time one of their songs is played or one people by their music john fogerty who wrote the mall doesn't get a penny i know i know my mouth and i think about revolving are boil out there another of purnell um yeah jeremiah was a bullfrog yeah absolutely i i wonder well yeah we filipno out here on the radio we go undermined new are that's all we can get fitted amen thanks for the call is going to hot springs antonio you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn are you doing today i am good well i would have said that i've got to and you've mentioned one of them that be an aerosmith but the other one is bon jovi yeah you see bon jovi a heck of a long career and yet i and it's a again the yeah i i i've not seen them in concert i would like to i would go they they do show now of the field of general was talking about longevity is one thing but you've also got to look at the makeup of the band because how many different band members did guns n' roses go for a lot but you've count the the band that originally started or the van that they finish with because all the osborne i mean that was a totally different van from black sabbath to the 80s when he started to uh the fans that he's run and with now yeah and i think the other thing to go through here is that you look at you look at impact the impact on on the music that we listen to and nirvana in in this is when i was like just just out of high school year nerve on a change music immediately all the hair bears were dead that moment year and guns and had the same thing here that is true all right thanks for the call as good a cabot hey dave you're on newsradio one or two point nine karn hold on one second traffic and weather together on the sixers newsradio one or two point.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

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"bullfrog" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Who else does but we don't we created them and we don't have them unless we do have them now i don't know other tactically we don't have a but they're on neutron bombs which are lowgrade nuclear weapons that destroy life but not buildings if you can believe it in other words you can drop a neutron bomb in a city and kill every living thing in that city but the buildings do not crumble you say well wait a minute that's crazy well you know what are you want when you have an impossible man in north korea who was raised as a dictators son who was raised to write betty girl he wants in his country who was raised to suck every dollar out of every man's pocket and then rape his daughter and if the man and says one word have the man killed in front of his wife that is what you're dealing with which is why kim jong un looks like at inflated bullfrog because he has been puffed up since infancy with his imperviousness to anyone on earth the only people who probably respect him or madeleine albright and a basketball apply maybe they can send jesse jackson over that a talk cents them i mean he's ready willing and able send them over there i'm sure he could talk peace but this is not a laughing matter so when you have a man who was convinced that he's god and convinced that no one can stop and because no one has tell me what it is that can stop him other than maximum force nothing absolutely nothing so what can you do about it what would you do what can trump duty in doing and what would stop the drug addicts on television who pass themselves off his comedians from putting down the president and elevating kim jong un above him tell me what you would do to stop them is that.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on WDRC

"That is what you're dealing with which is why kim jong un looks like at inflated bullfrog because he has been puffed up since infancy with his impervious this to anyone on earth the only people who probably respect him or madeleine albright are and a basketball player maybe they can send jesse jackson over that a talk sense them i mean he's ready willing and able send them over there i'm sure he could talk peace but this is not a laughing matter so when you have a man who was convinced that he's god and convinced that no one can stop him because no one has tell me what it is that can stop him other than maximum force nothing absolutely nothing so what can you do about it what would you do what can trump do that he isn't doing and what would you do to stop the drug addicts on television who pass or themselves office comedians from putting down the president and elevating kim jong un above him tell me what you would do to stop them is that freedom of speech and a time like this can you imagine if this were on the brink of world war two and you had late night comedians like yoenis schimmel on television holding up adolf hitler above franklin delano roosevelt can you imagine what would have happened to him but if you look at yoenis schemmel's boss unanimous jimmy shemil i call them yoenis schimmel yoenis schimmel has a boss at nbc if that's where he is who is worse than he is if you look at who's running abc who's running nbc who's running cbs you'll see people more to the left of their puppets and that my friends as the problem joined goes.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on House of Carbs

"In terms of holding whatever quantity and variety of items that i would want to put in between the two halves so i i i grew up loving the bagel i have to tell you as i've grown older i find that i have less time in my day four breakfast i'm not a big breakfasts guy so that begs will now to me is a treat it ends up being something that's like kinda once a month and i only one at one way now juliet i only want it with locks and with capers and with maybe a small slice of onion with a nice tomato and with cream cheese that's the only way i want my bagel i kinda feel the same way like i i love scaling cream cheese that's my preferred shmir andrew for like a really good beghal with a good shmir she's like classic item it's sort of like why do you to put so much crap on pizza does have like a perfect great slice of pizza i dunno i feel i don't but it's also like i just because as as a new yorker to have such strong feelings of bailed pizza likes to cliche that i i don't want to lean into it to heart why i uh you know the dc is finally there's a a wonderful purveyor bagels here called bullfrog bagels and they are the closest that i've experienced in all of my years here that the mv to the you're replicating the new york vibe so i'm always happy and they've they've really made a good showing around a whole variety of venues here in dc so you can go to a restaurant and the restaurant will feature bullfrog bagel said it's always a nice thing but i understand where you're coming from it's it's it's kind of the most important part the quality of the bagel is the thing that drives that wonderful meal and the you can't be disappointed with it because if you only having once a month or so it only fits my lifestyle once a month it's gotta be wonderful i i will say.

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"bullfrog" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bullfrog" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Make it so that you come back as you and not a bullfrog or something right right right right and so uh so why do we agent that well because of these toll maurice caps all the end of the bna chain uh and after a certain period of time after a certain age you know uh i'm not sure where it probably starts earlier on but i'd say probably route forty fifty uh if they quit reproduce into sales and win the cells in your body die they don't get reproduce as a result uh you age and you die okay so i think about that why are which so why you know whether you want to think of it is god or aliens or the mysterious universe creator why would they create ally form that has been programmed not deliver law because i think the longer knowledge we get we'd be finding a way to get off of this rocket anything that's where they didn't why did he wants to try and get back to them the see here's the thing about you you that is the case about how these caps get longer and get shorter than that would explain ally as to why some very well known people in the bible in in history lived very long lives because back and uh we were living in a time where dna caps were growing and people are living longer lives and perhaps even as you were talking about like easy gilles we'll we're talking about other light to this guy would solid sars is saw the light on these others they lived in times where it was possible to go into the heavens insane by good transfiguration ramoser's moses going up and it's their way to happen so that explains a lot about space travel in the tests they did it gets into the supernatural were science is about to explain all again jim mars with his did on ground zero your phone calls coming up on ground zero tripoli's exhibit three thirty seven hundred move be back she was on ground zero home.

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