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"callaque" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Essonne quarterbacks from the inside and that affects your passing game. I mean DVD's you don't have to cover as long as you know, someone's going to be getting their linebackers you'd have to worry about those backs out the backfield because you got someone inside they got a they got a they had a pass pro against us or the backs are trying to get max protection. The backs aren't coming out the backfield. So I mean, that's what the forty Niners need. They need some key players in certain positions defensive line cornerback safety playmakers. That's what they need playmaker. You gotta. I mean, the whole thing. Three team score thirty three or more. Nobody scored over thirty last year. That's a lot of points to win games outscore people. Hey, how about midseason award coach of the year? Mcvay mcvay. Andy reid. Oh, wow. What are they? I I will go with Andy Reid because I just I whatever he saw in this way back to Texas Tech three years ago. Whatever it was. I mean, it's here. And and whatever he saw scouting department's. All I it's here. You know? I think McVeigh kind of inherited some good things and went out and got some I agree because every everybody loves Sean as the golden boy, and he's in LA and everybody thinks he invented all this stuff. But the reality of the situation is Andy Reed's and even Kyle Shanahan and Jon Gruden and all these different guys did and he he he walked into a great situation. But when you have the balls to say, look, Alex Smith is a really good quarterback. Who wins a lot of games? But you say, you know, what we're going with the guy who's completely unproven that puts a coach on the hot seat right away. You made this choice, and he's been they've been better for it. So I think that that's you know, I like, Sean McVay, but they got a ton of talent there. So does Kansas City, but he changed quarterbacks and this guy, Alex Smith. He's pretty good. Want a bunch of games? But no, he's not good enough in this guy that move loan. That's pretty awesome. I mean, you you can't go wrong. I'll go with McVeigh just because see so material defensive player of the year. Khalil Mack Callaque Aaron Don Aaron Donald I mean, I mean Khalil Mack. I mean, we went to Chicago those first three three radical those are pretty incredible things when you really heard much about them each week consistently Aaron Donald making place when you watch him. I mean, I I went back and watched just on the all twenty two the Rams and forty Niners every single play. He made plays. And it didn't matter if he was doubled or even on plays where he gets doubled. Then what happens is a CJ, for example, CJ methods fumble wasn't directly caused by him. But there was two guys. Plus a guy who chipped him. That means endemic and sue who got the first pressure on battered was one on one he beat rich Berg next to him was Michael brokers one on one and guess what Dante Fowler is going to come in from Jacksonville. And he's going to be one on one. And like you said he makes a ton of plays. But he affects the entire defense because then ever. It's one on one. And then if you're planning on the line with him, I play with a line with Dana Stubblefield and b wa and when they get plays you want plays too. You just don't want, you know, everyone cheering for those. I want some of that cheer into. So you play harder. You know, the Niners aren't on a lot of these lists. Neither of the raiders. But the one nine or that is on breakout player of the year. They've got Mahomes Matt Brita Eric Hebron and then the Cowboys corner. Byron Jones breeder really has been one of the breakout players in the league this year. I it is time for the Steve Young show, and Johnny he stops by with you guys every week on can't be are. And it's it's always fantastic radio for people who are just. Stumbling on this for the first time. What time hear Steve Wednesdays at five o'clock, Steve Young's, very good. And we keep him, and we just go through a bunch of different stuff whether it be Niners, and otherwise, but this week we talked to Steve. And actually he was talking about taking a page out of Steve Kerr's playbook. The.
"callaque" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"For the most powerful weapon in the multi vers. Oh, the cuts through the wall was hurt laser, and then they see it nebula, but it's so far away and then we'll see the stranger. Tommy imagine a much taken them at least two hours of your earth Heim, the reach the core podium. And then down, reach it and take it far from a heart of my home, the Infinity union. Sediments like that's the Teamsters. Just not land in for me this time. No. He's trying to harvest first mission fears. Watering-down jokes, man. Yeah. Trainer says the fitted you need is a combination of three devices of such enormous power that when combined has the ability to channel all forms of ambient energy into the user in the wrong hands. Nebulous assuredly are the wrong ones. It can mean the end of the universe and Firemen's like, wait, that'll trick. Again, this episode of Gilligan's island of thousands times. Yeah, when, yeah, when the professor felt the Infinity union. Yeah. Sousse more like the Brady bunch. You Bela nebula. And I, I'm guessing it. I was gonna say he stranger beaming the whole ship, but I guess nebulous people were telling ironman in star FOX about the Infinity union because iron man's like the affinity union, it's in a sore FOX is like, it sounds like the ultimate goal of fire, legendary device Callaque this the world eater in Ireland says, what does she want? What's it in a gun thir- says what? She always wanted earthling ultimate power and the cheat in the attainment of her goal, the chance to create alternate entropy. The death of all there is. Our man says that would kill her too, and says, who cares. If any, other than that'd be touches the vice at one night late. This entire sector face in Arman says how sick he's getting a health hired. He's getting air lactic madman. He goes, I have to warn the rest of the vendors is Elise star FOX front and gun far in it early before he was on friends. Meanwhile, meanwhile, oh yeah. Meanwhile. In while every stranger scanning Rangers apartment. It is.
"callaque" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"We'll start pushing it to you and you'll get it now you can defer it on some versions of windows you can defer it for varying lengths of time but ultimately you're going to have to do it my recommendation actually would be to defer it there's nothing in it that you need and the problems that can cause can be significant now you tell us a little eight okay so here's multifaceted question i did the rollout and we have pretty pretty crappy internet over here it's ten to fifteen megs down on a good day so literally it took most of the day to to download this and once i once i was able to to up at role at recycled pre times and i ended up getting a couple of air messages i ever message under admin is i got a an si hosts dot execute an unknown hard error yeah and then the second one was in explored at exit cute another unknown hard air once i get into once once it starts to quote unquote boot up normally i get a black screen and it sits there for you you have our but yeah you by any chance have vast the vast antivirus on your system i did i disabled it in in in soup romp though it's completely at this point anecdotal evidence but there was a whole sub read it i read that yeah pointed to a vast which is a free add very popular widespread antivirus but i'm also looking at a window central article which you know you might want to look at it's by moro who callaque and came out on april thirtieth and yeah i'll put it in the show notes you bet it has let's see one two three four five i can't even count how many looks like about fifty.
"callaque" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Like i'm too embarrassed i can put myself out there myself esteem as low had never had a girlfriend all through high school and said there was a bunch of things that happen because of this lack of selfesteem than i had and all this and i go to school oil and we're in the same sweatshirt that i wear every single day trying to cover myself because kids would always make fun of me and one kid brings out this bag of colorful stuff and i was like what is that any use all its at this point my mom had never bought fruit before we would eat literally unicorn dogs potatoes skin every single night and what had happened at that moment as i said why did you bring through school as we don't you eat big cinnamon roles in island and there was no health trends so not in the end he said i'm a fighter and my coach put me on a plan to wayne at the correct way to that i can fly optimally in i just went i tied performance with health i went home changed everything right there are never talk to that could again data loss fifty three pounds in six months and that's what propelled me forward and a lot to get confidence again start stepping out to start taking risks and then attracts my wife who have now been married for four and a half years and in start my first business again with her such an incredible story in it's so amazing how certain things will trigger us and you had something that triggered you that put you down the wrong path and then you something that triggered you camp solution on the right path ceo of the billiondollar body is barely is in the house business business rockstars i'm more callaque and we're here to inspire informing connect the community of entrepreneurs i.
"callaque" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The almost fifty seven percent for the game of forty six point two from 3 6 out of 13 seventy two percent from the free throw line like that to be a little bit higher but those are good things than forty six points in the paint eighteen points off the bench and then 21 points off of wisconsin turnovers and you just don't let teams lead in the middle of february eyes i love them you know we love our fabulous fantastical february and we're hoping that we can take our show on the road now and go go get a big big huge road win at at rutgers um but yeah the the numbers i thought we we shot a pretty doggone well it was fun to see lexi an no funds the word relieving i'm just thankful to see freshly specially callaque yeah and that's the thing you know i i've seen lexi in that practice jim just about as much as anyone and it i think i've talked to the radio before just how mental sport is in my personal opinion life is you know how you approach it how you look at it and the one thing you know she's really struggle with their confidence but that kid has never stopped working she's never gotten frustrated to the point where she just doesn't put in the work and so as as a coach as a just a you know it a someone that loves there's so much is just so fun to see her just light it up again and then you know the you know x is an old hard to me i am so very thankful she let it up again because that just makes are often click more makes megan's job easier chases job easier so that was really probably the highlight of the game if we can get that that consistency back on and then if we can get mack more consistent you know they they started hitting again like they were early on um you know we could just be peaking at the.
"callaque" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News radio the news watch never stops wbz news time is four thirty we've got thirty three degrees and cloudy skies and boston good afternoon i'm cohen wbz news in for lorry kirby today and here's what we're following in the wbz newsroom at least six dead in a washington train derailment on behalf of everyone amtrak i wanted to express we are deeply and all that is happening today here in massachusetts an appeal denied judgment affirmed the state supreme court rules on a highprofile murder case burlington the forecast some a macy's spots in love with temperatures near upper 20s 33 in the city on wall street dow at one hundred forty points nasdaq up fifty eight both at records the bloomberg business report is coming up land in sports celtics and bruins active tonight that the indiana pacers bruins home to the columbus blue jackets took a raskin the bruin goal and now the latest from cbs news on the washington train derailment cbs news special report greg mci was driving to work on interstate 5 between tacoma and olympia washington when an amtrak train derailed on an overpass ahead of ours our are traveling on the ira that guy struck by train abaquin down six people died on the train the number could rise about fifty people have been treated at local hospitals ed troyer with the sheriff's department in pierce county cetering when you look at it could have been much worse vary of trains editor stuck with the free away bridge boy we're very forthright grape lauterbourg on the road is okay eighty three people were aboard the train thirteen railcars went off the tracks kris van cleave says a go team has been sent to the scene by the ntsb take one eight defeat will be to collect the data recorder callaque be uh the video cameras there's a forward pay thing at any in interior pay thing camera up front not train i didn't know began documenting the evidence cbs news special report i'm dave barrett it's too early to know what the cause of the impact derailment was but one of the nation's leading experts has some ideas wbz's karyn regal is year were that good afternoon karyn good afternoon art i spoke with professor allan zabriskie he's the.
"callaque" Discussed on Deadcast
"The we're back we'll back walk through before until we have a on breaking news update the san diego padres have traded second baseman ryan chimps two tampa bay raise in exchange for minor league infielder or outfielder possibly dion cancel those are real names marginally with israel names they are real names these are real players real baseball transactions tian tents oh my god wrought this is worse than fuck and blight sucks his name is schrempf debt lift shrimp very close shimpo ship mv schrimm only share that is a he had one of my favorite like general baseball lines last year like he basically he hit thirteen homers in like a hundred and fifty atbats but then basically everything else he did was the strike out that is cool i i respect your uh evergreen affinity for studying baseball numbers i i and i my son is now the football and heats e all he does the stare at the crawl and look at the numbers and is fascinated by other numbers and i i i respect the d numerology but you have continued to a spouse retro baseball joaquin sure that it's an anxious time for a father bit i want you to know that i'm living proof that by the time your son is forty he can get a job uh margarine also there is exciting his on your end it is star wars week and i got big boehner for star wars but you are much more excited about the potential collision of i believe the dc and marvel universes that correct no man bok choy going to be acquired by disney it appears which means that fox which owns all the good marvel villains they own a the spiderman franchise fantastic four and xmen an out so now those can be drawn over into the marvel cinematic universe which has suffered from a dearth of quality villains dr doom callaque this magneto um all sorts of characters like that are owned by fox which makes terrible superhero movies and now all the good villains are going to be a.
"callaque" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Handed down an indictment charging bread with the murder cheryl so at this time investigators wanted to keep the proceedings quiet because they were afraid bread would runoff and disappear bread knew they were watching him but he didn't know they were ready to close in on him so they surrounded breads house in around ten p m he came out of the house with his uncle who's told to get down on his knees handcuffs were placed on his wrists bread and not fighter argue at all he was put in the back of a cruiser in readies miranda rights in bread requested that his attorney be called so they got him and they're gonna charging yeah and by this time he had a new woman in his life now we will talk about much but your name was dana she was the stripper or an exotic dancer light younger than have will she started out as the caretaker the kids but then he had a stripping millimitre she she is apparently spectacularly feud beautiful woman but most breads women are yes um uh and they've been in houston he somehow convinced to review the ansett this gentleman's club in houston and she was quite popular amid tons of money but then he became abusive terrace well he did so his bail was set at two point five million dollars he didn't have the two hundred fifty thousand needed to get out when sarah read in the paper that brad had been arrested she realized that now she might be able to get boyce back but she hadn't seen them in three years he taken them away from her still she is legally their mother and she misses them so the boys were with breads uncle who's and older guy who really doesn't wanna raise them forever sarah started going to visit on weekends until the boys felt comfortable with her again then they moved in with her a few weeks after breads arrest sarah loud bread to call his sons callaque but it soon became obvious that brad was telling them lies about her he told them that they would be better off in foster care than with sarah he bombarded sarah with letters from jail really weird things like the envelopes were decorated with drawings of vibrators batteries inappropriate things just to hurt her i.
"callaque" Discussed on KTRH
"The importance of their catalogues and mailings have been overtaken by email and other online media retailers have struggled sometimes to the frustration of their customers ever daca pie in the problem is is figuring out how to flighted indicted in an effective way and um and it difficult to not an easy thing to do in retailers are tackling there but they still have a long way to go make it more precise one is that it was there is wanted to gunnell's senior stories said something like they just don't want to do the on sexy work of slows pitting down what data belongs where it take you know he needs on the right type 2 pm engineer and people who you know normally are not working at the retail company um a man who really do the hard work of kicking to the data knowing what to look callaque knowing what to look for and um you know it's not there's no easy fact really so um so it complicated but the retailers are trying in you know certainly in two thousand seventeen were much further along than we were a few years ago but i think we're not quite where consumers would like to be speaking with wall street journal reporter suzanne cavalier about her piece entitled retailers emails are misfire for many holiday shoppers so who are the retailers whose emails or received favourably um well you know i didn't really my talked to consumers i didn't really find anybody who ted we know the emails were received favourably people had wanted to many mouth sending me so much to come email and please can mean female that more relevant to my my tape so they'll do the too big a plane from the consumer's that i spoke with clinton says it was a couple retailers got decent scores right one survey like moisture for example nor did get out on.
"callaque" Discussed on WCHS
"Wheeling park so balding advanced to the forty one yard line all of the ground for wheeling park here early in evans is a nice nice size running back here and hits it up in their heart so wilkinson scott receivers to the right one lap and he's got one man in the slot at bretton monday who are operators are tied in now flags flies we get ready to start it and wheeling parks going to be charged with a delay a game that'll mark backed by time to get the play started beaten up o'clock especially after a first down soon in for the patriots wilkinson with receivers route one to the left monday of a slot handoff evans left saudis hit again though backfield if he has warned oddar four a loss capital defense was foul nikolai clark that's the tracing of the night so far for capital yard lost six seconds and seventeen for the patriots a wheeling park callaque clark such a weapon on offense when they get in short yardage but defensively he really anchors that defensive line for the capital cougars was our air guard player the game last week look for them to go to the air for the first time now chris wilkinson two receivers right ones obtained fetched the handoff play action wilkinson he's never keep it himself he said in for the sideline any runs out about after a gain of about five yards gets the ball up to about thirty seven yardline wellcovered field by the capital secondary he was looking for jake state government one of these wide outs nice job by the cover corner of capital anthony pitman on that far side as we know that secondary of capital cover just bagged me buddy yes for anybody tries to uh to throw the football and other passing situation here thirddown of fifteen were wheeling heart as wilkinson sans three receivers to the left and wonder to the right you've got evans lined up behind it wilkinson play action he's in granting of brought down to the back field yet grudge that todd and they got during prolonged wheeling park is going to hand the putted uh uh deep their to get that is resolved thirteen yard loss on the socks so they go backwards this draft started at the thirty one yard line and ends here on this pine at the twenty four nature picking up a first down stairs big sacked by we saw dejean harper needs.
"callaque" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I mean i'm thirty four years old and so i think i'm on the high end of the millennial ride but if you look at twenty five twenty four recently college graduated all the way up to you know late 20s they out i mean they don't want work somewhere for thirty five years and get a gold watch could irish millennial the average malaria is going to have sixteen jobs right exactly so like if you're not i am trying to like pander to people it's like there's ping pong and taco's right admit those are consequences of an environment that we've created but i think they're gimmicky unless there authentic and part of your core value i'm of i agree tony delmore kado is my guest he's a co of hawk media ottmar callaque on business rockstars can acting a community of entrepreneurs is what we do here and i'm curious we said company retention how you hire them how you retain them the question i alluded sunni now was how do you know when the fire that hot had who has had a tough it's tough i actually had a article published recently about how to or or when to fire that person that you you really like whose killing your added the time in energy and moneytrading trading the emmett he added that if a big but it's that whole idea of liked on throw good money after bad or good time after uh after bad and we have three core values which have alluded to which are gave theft on learn quickly uh be cool ico where we've were we've had to let people very millennial route corker where we've had the let people go is around one of those three there's a guy that i can remember distinctly i really like him usc grad so cool learned quickly with just on point with everyone really easy but he wasn't cool could get done typical great to get along with these couldn't like just continue ask youths who had to come them lucent that's hard right i got a cool guy kouba i learn quickly earned the today and get the ball and finish line ride micromanaging that's and so that's a danger to us that we had another guy uh you know acollided execution clinton learning quickly just not cool under pressure cool seventy percent.
"callaque" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Time to be alive i if paul krugman lies lies lies lies lies i don't know if you saw this in the new york times on i get to that in a little bit but i wanna start out with a a rift on a piece that i published an alternate over the weekend it it went up ira of six eight hours ago at all trat dot org and it's titled the america i knew um is pretty much gone it's actually that's not the exact title one eight late polls but the america i knew has almost disappeared there ago and uh what's left of our democratic institutions are under siege and it's not just our democratic institutions it's our country uh for example and this is this is just by way of get out my example for the day uh but did we all have them right in every every field in every industry it's like you know we're not being dealt with as americans citizens and as an american consumers the way historically we have been um for example the modern moving industry was really i mean literally created in the 1800s in the early eighteen utterance um when they had the calisto guy uh uh uh cars the calisto go by this word for them and and uh and second i'll get a real and the the the excuse me conest ohga wagons that's what they recalled this is there on 1800 nisus when american started moving west and then the railroads happened and uh in 1927 aero mayflower transit company which is today known as mayflower became the first company to be aware ordered a license removing people by the interstate commerce commission uh and the way that this all happened was nineteen 35 congress passed what was called the motor carrier act to promote quote fair competition and forty eight three bolwing callaque was passed by congress and basically what these laws did as they said that if you're a moving company you can't rip off your customers while the nineteen eighty they passed a new mortar carrier act that deregulated the the uh the trucking industry the moving industry and so you know deregulated by congress on this was jimmy carter was president but this was and there was this whole deregulation craze and.
"callaque" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I can come on the high end of the millennial right but if you look at twenty five twenty four recently college graduated all the way up to you know late 20s fit out i mean they don't want work somewhere for thirty five years and get a gold wafted irish millennial the average malaysia is going to have six gene jobs right exactly so like if you're not and i'm not trying to like pander to people it's like there's ping pong and taco's right those are consequences of an environment that we've created but i think there gimmicky unless there authentic and part of your core value added percent i agree tony delmore kado is my guest he's a co of hawk media ottmar callaque on business rockstars connecting a community of entrepreneurs is what we do here and i'm curious we shed company retention how you hire them how you retain them the question i alluded china now was how do you know the fire them how to iran tough it's tough i actually had an article published recently about how to or or when to fire that person that you you really like whose showing your strength time in energy and moneytrading them an he added in that if the big but if that whole idea of liked on throw good money after bad or good timeout after bad and we we have three core values which of alluded to which are is that up to on learn quickly be cool co where we were we've had to let people are very millennial route cork where we've had the let people go is around one of those three there's a guy that i can remember distinctly i really like him us grads so cool learn quickly was just on point with that everyone really either but he wasn't cools could get sucked on mccoy great to get along with british couldn't liked continue ask is who had to cut them listen that's hard right got a cool guy kuby i learn quickly earned the clay and get involved in rafah ashland ride micromanaging that's and so that's a danger to us and we had another guy um you know glenat execution excellent learning quickly just not cool under pressure cool seventy percent of the time but when there is a looming deadline in a different context destroyed tough talks to get along with her like verbally or a abusive to other people are like nonrespect show and style frost.
"callaque" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"While a frantic effort is under way right now in mexico city to reach people that have been trapped in the rubble of multiple buildings that have collapsed been another large earthquake there are at least 25 now the two hundred dead are believed killed at a school that's collapsed here's cnn's rosa flores in mexico city category nick cave i in the next you could area have what what could be callaque and going to mountain dole engage guy again 100 gounghin bit people in and around the area cute you've got grapple find i got life in its rose flores in mexico city that country's president urging calm after the earthquake for the rico's governor meantime warning data islands residents and hurricane maria could be the worst storm to hit the island in generation one hundred and mild our hired about it acm awards ariel horta ricoh co we have mature came hunter richard henning he was live on cnn last night with their and burnett here at home effects have been minimal with the passage of hurricane jose as well the the southeast of southern new england picked up a lot of surf with coach though here's steve klamkin continues our coverage from the swamp wicket flurry d kamilo came from new york to check out the big waves had missed lawmakers beach it's beautiful i love rhode island colin walk down manager derek kennedy says westerly is prepared for jose our trucks vehicles are all gassed up all the equipment such as chainsaws and things are are ready to go and we have our mobile signs are right now telling people to be to not swam because of the riptides are so bad right now this is one town that learned the power of mother nature after the devastation five years ago from superstorm sandy in westerly steve klamkin wpro new political storm the general assembly as ramped up its one day special session as they finish work on bills left in limbo after this summer's abrupt adjourment budgets mad erupt to between the senate's president and house speaker nick mattiello we accomplished a lot of things we passed the sick leave bill that's going to affect a lot of our citizens in a positive way domestic violence spill when you know a a lot of bills that are.
"callaque" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"You today aren't great how're you fine thanks i appreciate your hanging on how can we help you today well uh iin in your all i um i'm unemployed right now i have uh uh under four i'm going to be collecting apropos security manhattan a few years younger than i am i am i don't wanna home i'm a renter i have about it fifty in doc after he hundred and traditional ira and uh eighty in iraq and i don't have any other outfit so the three hundred than the are in addition to the six fifty in the stock yet so total of a little over a million dollars yeah okay great job by the now you said you're going to be receiving a spouse though that that's not going to happen anytime soon because your husband not acts is a little bit younger than you yes i'm thinking can year platt reporting callaque now half of his is going to be larger than all of yours yep we'll go that way i won't hit hormone okay that's five so we can look at that in the future do you know what that number might look like at some point in the future or been young girl he will he will be repeating amac federal i'm not sure it will receive the math he hasn't been receiving yet yuck now now now and how much younger is he piece fifty three years of fifty eight or connecticut so let's f the all important question now at much do you need i would probably need we were airing to forty thousand that i am what my baby purchase a home uh you know i'm a renter now peril well that now with that but there's a little bit of a muggy a wrench into the situation because it takes money to put down on the of the house which takes away from your portfolio to provide for a cash flow of income throughout the rest of your life yet ieng forty thousand thirty forty thousand is there is a global realistic goal so if you sit in but the what's scary about that is he said i could do with all 30 or 40 like it sounds like it's going to be tight now i i'm i'm okay i think okay so the idea would be to set it up four thirty four now.
"callaque" Discussed on Another Round
"So we got them both on the phone tillich talk about the show and like how it helps them like keep in touch even though they're so far away from each other so morgan kicks it off and she started by telling us about this night she visited a lisa in cote d'ivoire and just how they spent like an entire night like binging another round because the electricity had gone out so this is morgan and lisa ruberwa laid over there who crowd of the most wall and the power had gone now who it was just bury hot and we were cut killing hard before his where the airport who like oh let me play you an episode of this podcast that i've been talking about so i just have the memory of weighing on her bed in the dark with her iphone the only through glowing object in the room and listening to treat the read through of her tweets and just i mean it's like only lasting just die if episode forty seven don't at me it's the imsa you episode which also was like callaque because we both adore her two and then it back in february we actually went to a live heaping at the bell how in brooklyn home together while it was amazing has been was one of the guests so you were like we like lost our stuff because it was like we felt like it was one of our anniversaries hang can i also say that on another round is just i mean we all know this but it's just like such a special space that they can create.
"callaque" Discussed on Super Station 101
"I never watched empty the rain will you it used to be moon man you can't say moon man anymore oh moon uh a minority excuse me is astronaut suit i astronauts who would work no moon person day mtv an mtv has made the announcement that they're getting rid of the moon man i did at this irks me to know which are used to love to watching tv and only commercials you would have mon man who was really awesome in then they have the ntv music awards every year with he the astronaut they planted the mtv callaque okay i know wouldn't i man all right or now moon person because we can't say movement that that's exactly right and when you that the mtv music award they give out the moon man statues as some people that don't deserve it ought yeah you're right about that most people making music that that he has no illiterate alliteration appeal whatsoever it's harder to pronounce that it it's not what you would do in an advertising you know brainstorm day ours figuring out this totally police correct correct our garage band that we were going to start tobacco we were going to start a garage band call tobacco we were going to try to win an mtv movie men award i don't care anymore i don't want it 'cause moon person on my doesn't does it just doesn't sounds like a taco movement i wanted a moon man but my my my days of starting a regards matter owes that like a takeoff of chewbacca tobacco go did that was a name i came up with an college over some alcohol one night and i'm going to be the name of a band law was out when he was a ban but trod in the 80s to get older and we did get a couple radio blows from you know so it was where the bank paris paris all right well the lights went out.