35 Burst results for "Calvin"
The Doug Collins Podcast
A Conversation With Amity Shlaes, Author of "Coolidge"
"Off, let's start with, if we can, the coolest book and bring us up today, because I do want to have a just position of where you're riding because I believe the Coolidge biography and what was going on in the 20s and then the forgotten man. And then on into what we're seeing today have a lot of similarities. And I think there's a lot of things we could learn. So going back and I heard you in other interviews call the coolies but the prequel to the forgotten man. Why would you say, why would you call it that? Well, just first of all, Doug chronologically, because it's about the 20s, a president who served in the 20s, but it's a prequel and of course the forgotten man is about the 1930s. So you, but I wrote the forgotten men first. So I went back in time as an author as I'm now doing looking at the period before World War I and the Gilded Age. Went backwards in time. But another reason Coolidge is the prequel to the forgotten man is that I realized I need to write Coolidge when I wrote the forgotten man because when you encounter the 30s, you learn about all the things the government can do wrong, even a very well meaning government, even in a disaster. And then you say, well, they broke it. And then you ask, what is it that they broke? What was right and what was government's role in that. And so I had to figure out what they broke. And that was the twenty's economy, which was a fine economy, and Coolidge enabled that economy, facilitated it, understood it. And so I went backwards to Calvin Coolidge.
AP News Radio
Sasser hurt anew as top seed Houston beats Northern Kentucky
"Number one seeds Houston and Alabama one in the opening round of the NCAA tournament in Birmingham, the tide overwhelmed Texas a and M Corpus Christi 96 75, while Houston struggled the toppled northern Kentucky 63 52. Houston coach, Calvin Sampson. They were tougher than we were tonight. And that's not easy for me to say. Other winners were Maryland, which edged West Virginia 67 65, and auburn, which beat Iowa 83, 75. Winners advanced to the second round on Saturday. I'm Gary mckillop's.
AP News Radio
Memphis to another AAC final after 94-54 win over Tulane
"Number one Houston will take on Memphis after the top two seeds reach the AAC title game. The cougars roll towards 69 48 win over Cincinnati. But Houston finished without Marcus sasser because of a leg injury. Coach Calvin Sampson wasn't sure if sasser would play Sunday. Felt like his knee went one way in his leg with the other just got twisted so I don't know, I shouldn't even say that. The easy answer is there's still evaluating it and we'll see. Jamal shed had 16 points and 9 assists for Houston. The tigers crushed tulane 94 54 as Deandre Williams delivered 27 points and 11 rebounds. I'm Dave ferry.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Pastor Greg Locke Anticipates Another Revival
"Back. I'm talking to my friend pastor Greg Locke. He is the founding and lead pastor of global vision Bible church in mount Juliet, Tennessee, right outside Nashville author of a number of books. You know, Greg, what I always say to my buddy Ken fish. It's like part of the frustration is there is so much of this and so few who are trained in dealing with it. Which is why I'm glad you're doing this every single week in your church because there is so there are so many people suffering from this and I really believe this is an end time move of God that we're going to see people coming to faith as a result of this kind of ministry. Oh, absolutely. You and I both, you know, we share a love for revival history, right? And so it's not that God didn't do amazing things in the past. But if you look at every single revival in the past, you look at the Welsh revival, azusa street browns will first and second great awakening the hebrides revival, you know, Jeremiah Calvin landfire survival. All of them had a limitation because when deliverance started to break out, it was shut down. It's exactly what happened with the Jesus revolution with the whole Time Magazine thing. Whenever deliverance got to a place where it started making people uncomfortable, it was shut down. And I think that we are right now in the prophetic film and of the book of Joel in the last days, God will provide a spirit upon all flesh or what does that look like in the last days whosoever should call upon the name of the lord shall be delivered. And people are like, well, you know, deliverance ministry is not in the Bible. In the model prayer Jesus said deliver us from evil. And so it's all over the Bible. There are 286 verses in Matthew Martin Luke and John, where Jesus converses with and cast out demons. It's a third of his ministry. And then the disciples and then the 70 and then you and I Mark 16. Paul, Stephen, Philip, it's all in the Bible.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Richard Engel Omits President Trump's Visit to Afghanistan
"Soon as the question was thrown to this guy, I thought, ain't no way Richard Engel is going to give any credit whatsoever to Donald Trump as you're about to hear. I was right. This trip is aimed at boosting the confidence of the Ukrainian people, giving support to the Ukrainian government, but it is also clearly a message to Vladimir Putin. If Vladimir Putin had his way, he would have been in Kyiv today. He would have been celebrating his victory, taking over this country, incorporating it into Russia. Instead, Ukraine still stands, keep is still free. It is still controlled by the government, and we had President Biden there saying that the United States will continue to support Ukraine's democratic government for as long as it takes. Multiple messages today. Can you put this in perspective? How different is Biden's visit than other presidential trips to war zones? Very different. I've seen quite a few of these over the years, president Bush going to arrest. He goes right to president Bush visits Iraq. Now, why would you go to president Bush go back a few cycles? Instead of mentioning right off the bat, 45, the immediate predecessor to grandpa Joe because that's how they are. They really want to erase Donald Trump's presidency. And heaven forbid he comes back, right? As far as they're concerned, yeah, I mean, he just visited troops in Afghanistan. Remember, Thanksgiving in 2019. That would be the example you'd give. No, no, no, no. Richard Engel, a president Bush comes to mind. Yes, yes, yes. What about FDR? Calvin Coolidge made some trips. How about that?
The Rich Eisen Show
"calvin" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Have a great time, Calvin. Have a great time. We'll be looking out for it. Thanks to the call, Calvin John. This Calvin Johnson. Who's Ryan? Who's a coach? Who's a coach? Ryan. That's the couch. Rex, philippi? Chapman? It looks like a young influencer type. Oh, is that right? Yeah. No idea. And then Dwyane Wade's the other coach. Wow. Yeah. With DK Metcalf. Wouldn't you want your X's and O's coming from Dwyane Wade instead of Ryan the influencer? Dwyane Wade, I think is, has a minority stake in the jazz, right? Yeah, yeah. Makes sense. Calvin Johnson's going to be out there. So you're going to shoot threes like bamba. Are we going to get here? Megatron. Bamba, Baba. Somebody damn near 7 feet. How tall is Calvin? Like 6 5. Megatron, I think he's taller, any? I don't know when I see him at the Hall of Fame. When I see him at the Hall of Fame, he keeps going, like Mel Blount, who, by the way, saw the NFL honors. Of course. Makes it even taller and more imposing. Listed at 6.5. That's fun. Fun chat. That was great. Very delete. He's going, he's going to hoop it up. Calvin was talking. You could tell he was very comfortable because he's chatting like he's just chilling with his boys and remember last time didn't we apologize for a couple S bombs. Did we call him back last night? Oh, we did. Because we thought of something and they called him back. Oh, because Sean mcvay beat him for Georgia player of the year. High school player of the year. Yeah. And so we called him back. And then we asked him because he and Roman Reigns played together. That's right. Georgia. That's right. We kept him another ten minutes after we
AP News Radio
Gen Z has arrived in Congress: Maxwell Frost, 25, wins Florida House seat
"A young Florida Democrat activist is won a House seat I Norman hall Democrat Maxwell Alejandro frost has defeated Republican Calvin wimbish for Florida U.S. House seat making frost the first member of Generation Z to win a seat in Congress frost to 25 year old gun reform and social justice activists ran in a heavily blue Orlando area district being relinquished by democratic representative Val demings she challenged Republican senator Marco Rubio this year Frost is a former March for our lives organizers seeking stricter gun control laws and to stress opposition to restrictions on abortion rights Generation Z generally refers to those born between the late 1990s to early 2010s to
The Dan Bongino Show
Calvin Robinson: King Charles III Has to Be Apolitical
"I followed you for so long You have such a great moments in these video channels where you just take it to these people on the left trying to steal away our civil liberties But before we get to that though obviously a close follower of everything going on in the United Kingdom a lot going on right now between Liz truss and the death of the queen which even though she was 96 I have to be honest with your father caught me off guard I didn't see that coming But now we have King Charles the third He is the queen I think we can all agree was very adept at navigating the perils of a monarchy in keeping PR on her side You need that is King Charles going to be that good at this father I mean he's been very very political over the years I know this is my major concern Prince Charles was a big political figure spent a lot of time in Davos He had a massive green agenda however as King Charles the third I think he understands and appreciates that he has to be apolitical He did make a note in his opening speech that pretty much said that We're all hoping and praying that he's going to leave behind the net zero stuff and the WEF friends of his and focus on being that glue that constitutional monarchy that holds the country together rather than peddling politics
AP News Radio
Violent street gang broke into Atlanta homes of celebrities, athletes and influencers, prosecutor says
"Prosecutors in Atlanta have indicted a violent street gang that has been praying on celebrities You could say it was a fan club but one with a rather perverse twist and indictment is charged 26 members of a violent street gang that have been committing crimes against the Atlanta area homes of famous athletes entertainers and others who flaunt their expensive bling on social media among those hit up by the gang of Mariah Carey Marlo Hampton of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Atlanta United player Brad guzan and Atlanta Falcons player Calvin
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Why the Constitution Is Actually 'Dead'
"As I follow the hearings with katangi Brown Jackson, it's got to be thinking about her philosophy that the constitution is something that is in a constant process of change. So this is the and I've discussed this before in the podcast, the idea of the living constitution. I came across a very eloquent refutation of this idea. That was given by Calvin Coolidge almost well, almost a century ago. And I just wanted to read it because it's so beautifully states why the constitution and the founding itself are not in some sense living, but are dead in the sense that they reflect enduring principles that have been put down on paper and put down on paper for a reason. So here we go. It's often asserted that the world has made great progress in 1776, and that we have new thoughts and new experiences which have given us a great advance over the people of that day. And we may therefore very well discard their conclusions for something more modern. So see how cool age appears so prescient here in talking about things that people are talking about now. And then says Coolidge, but that reasoning can not be applied to this great charter. If all men are created equal, that's final. If they are endowed with inalienable rights, that's final. If governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, that's final. No advance, no progress can be made beyond these propositions if anyone wishes to deny to deny their truth or their soundness, the only direction in which he can proceed historically is not forward, but backward toward the time when there was no equality. No rights of the individual. No rule of the people. Those who wish to proceed in that direction can not lay claim to progress, they are reactionary, their ideas are not more modern, but more ancient than those of the revolutionary
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"calvin" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"What that means is that if you win 51% of those bets, you still won't make money. Because again, that's how the sportsbooks make money. In order to actually beat them and make money, you end up having to win about 52 and a half percent of those bets. So you have to not just beat them, but you have to beat them by enough to cancel out that money that they take. Got it, makes sense. So yeah, I mean, of course, it's not because they're going to make their money. They wouldn't have these options if it wasn't making somebody money. So we wouldn't exist if they weren't taking money. You always have to keep that in mind. You think there's an edge on something like I think this team has a better chance. Okay, but do they have enough of a better chance to king's law for the money that the sports are going to take? They call that the juice sometimes there's a lot of words for it. But you really have to have a 52 and a half percent chance of whatever it is to happen to feel confident in betting that. Yeah, makes a lot of sense. All right, so we've gone over what you can bet on and how the odds work. All right. I'm looking at Twitter and if you follow us on Twitter at her stats and you can also follow the Twitter hashtag what's bets, which is where Calvin kind of posts a lot of his bets. So if I look at, I don't even know what day this is from, but it looks like there was a Maryland House state. So I see over if you say over one 25.5, that means the total score would be over one 25.5 and then so then we talked about the odds so that's like negative one ten. And then you have three units. So are you just basing, do you pick the units based on how likely you think that is to happen like you put more on something you think is more likely to happen if that yeah, exactly. So it's funny that you picked that game as an example because that's the I never go three units, but that game was honest with the stake like that line was it had to be a glitch or something. It was so fun. It gave that has a lot of like one 25 definitely seems like a lot easy money. Exactly no House state likes to push the pace and score too..
The Eric Metaxas Show
Pete & Seth Talbott Reflect on Business Failures and Successes
"We are talking to my Friends, Pete and south Calvin, but for this segment, we call them the Talbot group. Welcome to the group. Thank you. Okay, your business gurus, you've run all these businesses. You've crushed it. You turned relief factor into a business so successful. We can't mention it on the air. The legally speaking, we're not letting that's not true, right? And we were talking about your coffee business on our bound coffee. You said, I think you said to me, Pete that 20% of all businesses fail in the first two years. 65% of all businesses fail in the first ten years. Is this true? Yes, and the amazing thing about that, think about it. That means odds are for those ten years, those business owners and CEOs are really struggling. They have not figured it out. They're terrified. They have sleepless nights. They're trying to make things work. They're trying to figure out advertising. Do I do direct mail? Do I do radio do I do TV? They're trying to do too much with very, very little resources, trying to desperately figure out what the combination is. And so what you're now officially offering help for people who want it. But you talk about the science of marketing. And because you've done so much in this world with so many different kinds of business. You feel like you've figured it out. It's not just, hey, let's see. There's actual principles that always apply. Yeah, I think I've actually focused on failure more than I did success. I found that when I was trying to figure out what these big successful companies had in common. Frankly, timing, unique relationships and a bit of this luck, too often kind of correlated to why they were super successful with Facebook. Don't try to deconstruct that and use it as an example. What I found is that failure had a lot in common. And from my business feelings, which I know I have at least as many. In fact, I think I have more than my dad in actual feelings. I started looking at the post mortems that CEOs of companies that had failed were writing. And so I started to become a student of that. And so what we do with the topic group is that we when we engage with our clients, we kind of deconstruct the brand, the company to figure out what's going on. So that we can give them a strategic plan
Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"calvin" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Your friends and family as well as follow it on apple podcasts and rate show leave review. It definitely helps get the word out there. So i'm very grateful for that now without further do are you ready to to have your paradise challenged. I certainly was. Here's calvin smith Today on open loops. We have calvin smith's he's a musician but also and much more relevant to this show even the host of unquestionable with calvin smith. A podcast that well. It's about the real questions. We all need to know aliens. Visiting earth was nine. eleven and inside job is there. God is big foot out there. He he wants to share. He wants to report his findings. He wants to question his own believes in in even delve deeper into some of the topics that we love talking about here on open loops. Calvin thanks so much for coming on the show. Absolutely thank you greg. Really appreciate it. And that was That's a really accurate breakdown of what i like to talk about. So i think a representative. Oh good good good. Good yeah i. I'm curious i mean i. It's interesting that you said. You were an agnostic. Right well i would personally identify as eight within i used to identify specifically ask Atheist which would essentially mean that. I don't currently have because the definition of atheism is the lack of belief in god or gods. I lack of belief as in. I don't have enough evidence to believe. In any gods gods but i'm opening up and you can convince me and i'm not saying that there is no god at saint. I just don't know. But i need pretty sure as of right now that there's not but convince me essentially a so far. There is not any new arguments that are compelling to me. I've kind of dropped that ams kind of label. Actually the past couple of weeks. I i actually have been reading. This book called emmanuel for creating atheist spy. Peter golden and all street It's actually titled scarier than it actually is gonna Be at he actually talks about..
This Week in Photo
"calvin" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"There might be some overlap when i'm thinking about mood i think if i'm if i'm playing a piece of the piano. There are certain words in adjectives in almost like color schemes or color. Palettes that come to mind if i am playing a piece. That is dark and moody. Might be rich. No purples in blues. And i might be thinking words like majestic and that actually might translate sometimes on taking photos to like an thinking. A certain color scheme or certain adjectives that i want the person who's seen the photograph to feel but i don't know if i have ever played a piece of music in necessarily thought about food same performing wonder. Yeah you know what i might have to try to work that into decreased processing. See how it plays out because that would be super interesting right. Would like to like to have one of your pieces. And i don't know may maybe completely ludicrous but again is coming from someone who's not a musician right. So this is where my curiosity is coming from. Like just the in how the brain works right so can can a visual stimulus or an oral stimulus like audio trigger like taste stimulants. Like if you hear something you think of like you know you can think of a bad memory or good memory or a certain like christmas. This smell reminds me of you know grandma's cooking or something like that so those things can trigger but can can a song trigger. You know to make you feel like oh man. I really need some rama noodles right now right because this particular song is hitting those particular cords. I wonder you know. I don't know if that's answerable widow. Yeah yeah. I think i am definitely not a scientist by any means earth science behind this. I can see that being akin to that being a thing like if you know you hear things that remind you of home or thanksgiving in that triggering. You know the feeling almost of wanting to go back and eat a certain food. But yeah i don't know about the science about hearing about between the senses like hearing something and then being able to almost taste or want to taste it. Yeah but it's a good science expert now. Maybe that might have to be good future project like seeing if i can actually make that happen like within the audience. Maybe even the food that i want them to eat is that will end up thinking about eating or reels in a completely different food. So i gotta think there's gotta be some science behind that because you know hearing hearing the taste right can you hear tastes and cannon trigger and you're the perfect person asked us like calvin on here asking these questions so that's it so again with with you playing. It's kind of a three legged race in your running with with your music career as well as your photography side of what you do is there. Does one have more weight than the other you know. And maybe you answer the question already by saying you're pursuing your doctor on the music side so clearly i in terms of expense and time expenditure that may outweigh the other side. But if you're on a desert island and you had to choose like hey calvin. You're going to do photography or you're going to play music. You can't do both what. I know going to be a hard choice but could you choose. Honestly it's honestly would depend on what had space. I'm in because certain days. You're like i want to do for food guitar. This is like my passion on other days. It's like no sorry. Music is music taking the cake. Just depend on what mood. I'm in But honestly could see going either way. I think if you were to ask me in this varying moment. I might pick food photography disc. It's what had space i'm in. It's one of very passionate about at the moment but But yeah it's it's like choosing it's like asking which which child do you more lard to pick. Yeah it is but you know superiors will tell you publicly. The correct answer is oh. It's too hard but internally there always a favorite kid it also depends on the day for them as well. Yeah exactly depends on the day so switching gears a little bit. I wanna talk about gear in in just that side of the world and in in the food photography world specifically you know. There's there's the idea of minimalism right some photographers saying. I'm just shoot everything with my phone. I'm going to maximize that and process it and share it online and everybody's happy gazillion followers that were generated just from continent of created from i found and then the other side are more commercial people that are setting up lights and you know going going the extra mile again much like my unanswerable question about music or photography the word or is kind of the foil in that right it can be obviously can be and but in that world in that world is is there like where do you fall in there. Are you the minimalist photographer. Where you're gonna shoot with your iphone and be done and or you know is kind of a commercial proposition for you. I think for myself. It's a again a little bit of both. But i definitely lean towards the minimalist approach. I think i am part of the generation that grew up with smartphones. Taking high quality photos were generation. That grew up with instagram. And i think there is almost a stigma amongst photographers of being the iphone photographer in not carrying around amazing gear. But honestly i think there's a beauty in the accessibility of iphone. In how far the elements has come for myself like i. Sometimes my favorite shots are the ones that I take with my iphone. And not necessarily the ones i take with my diesel or In so i made it a point. Actually submit only iphone photos for adobe like a program so all the photos that are on the light room there are with an iphone But yeah i think. I think there is also a duty to explore. Both i think with Taking photos with the diesel are have so much more control over the lighting over all aspects of photography there and it's almost like being educated in learning about the process of what's going behind the camera so i think if if you choose to go with the iphone it's it's totally finding great but also it's important to know what's actually going behind the camera as for and i think it's yeah it's a duty to be able to to know. Yeah absolutely and you know i. It's interesting the the the the thing used to. You have to understand light. Of course and i think it still is obviously but you have to understand like the properties of light in order to be able to manipulate it in photography of to understand the rules in order to know when to break those rules. You know or those suggestions like this the rule of thirds and those sorts of things but with with the all. This newfangled stuff like computational photography and these iphones and doing some magical things that weren't possible literally weren't possible just a couple of years ago in terms of taking you know what they're doing and giving photographers the ability to do things that that share to audiences that weren't available to them in the past so yeah. I'm curious especially. I like to food photographer. This specifically because not because food photography is easy in any way in many ways. I'm sure it's harder than a lot of genres photography. But you know there's that it's that thing that everybody does right. Not everyone gets to hang around a model and take pictures and retouched not everyone gets to go to yosemite and do landscapes and all that but everyone's eating for the most right so it's it's ubiquitous or sure everyone can take a picture of that that lothair and on their phone in portrait mode. It's it doesn't take much. But yeah. I i definitely think that As a photographer as food photographer. Sometimes it's the. It's it's about experimenting as well. I tried to always wish myself to add it in ways. I wouldn't normally just because i think sometimes i can get so pigeon holed into one style so on days where i might have some extra time i might try to edit photo very different ways and you know i might go to sleep. Income back in c- he actually liked this a little bit more than i looked yesterday nick. That's yeah that's that's part of the process for myself then editing photography and when you're editing how what's your flow with editing..
AP News Radio
Sánchez 2 HRs, 6 RBIs, but Yanks Blow Lead, Fall to O's 8-7
"Tampa Bay still leads the AL east by seven and a half games after the second place Yankees lost to the cellar dwelling Orioles for the second straight day eight to seven New York wasted leads of four one five two two and seven to four and lost for the sixth time in eight games following its first thirteen game winning streak since nineteen sixty one Yankees manager Aaron Boone says it's time for his team to pick things up the good thing is work we hold the pen we we we get the right story still and and we've responded from tough days tough moments tough stretches and we have to do it again New York led until Jorge Matteo and Calvin good cheer as pope RBI singles in the seventh the ex lost despite Gary Sanchez who hit a grand slam and a two run Homer I'm Dave Ferrie
We Saw the Devil
The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory: Serial Killer or Victim of a Patriarchal Society?
"So that brings us to bet battery or elizabeth bathroom for us english-speakers which i will be referring her to for the remainder of the episode after a literally limitless number of films plays poems and books have been written about her. She is also known. As the blood countess lady dracula and the blood lady of qatif ish. She's been given countless nicknames. Just based on what she was suspected of doing and i use the word suspected in h. One and bold formatting but what she actually a victim of the patriarchal culture of her time or was she just really one of the most vicious and bloodthirsty female serial killers with ever lived. I mean that's kind of polar opposites there right. Elizabeth bathroom was born on august. Seventh fifteen sixty on her family's estate in hungary now they were a very powerful protestant family. Calvin est actually and they were one of the most prominent families in the entirety of eastern europe. Her father and mother. Baron george the six by three and baroness on bathroom respectively. More or less controlled its own miniature kingdom within hungary which consisted of modern. Day transylvania in romania. Her uncle. stephen bathroom was the king of poland. So they were. In fact the most well-connected as was the custom at the time royalty sometimes married within their own families. I mean everyone knows the inbreeding jokes. Right so generational inbreeding elizabeth's mother and father were actually first cousins. Both from the bathroom side of the family. This could actually potentially explain why she was plagued with health problems throughout her life but especially during her childhood and fun fact. Elizabeth bathroom is actually remotely related. To vlad the third via marriage whom many of you know as dracula himself vlad the impaler but as a child elizabeth would have epileptic seizures. She was frequently ill and she would reportedly go into fits of white hot rage on a dime. Very little is actually known about her childhood but the urban legend and myth has seemingly just multiplied taken on a life of its own throughout the years. I it was reported that her uncle taught her satanism and witchcraft. Then it was a satanic doctor who attempted to treat her epilepsy with healthy blood. Taken from the peasants apply to elizabeth's forehead via a piece of their own
Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
The Pascagoula Alien Abduction
"Sometimes life just throws you a curve ball. An unexpected event happens that totally changes your outlook on life. It could be the death of a loved one. A natural disaster. A big break in your career today story is about one of those moments amplified to the max. Something's worth shatteringly. Strange happens to two men in pascagoula mississippi that not only changes their outlook. It completely ruined the rest of their lives. It's october eleventh. Nineteen seventy three in forty. Two year old. Charlie hickson in nineteen year old calvin parker or fishing on the pascagoula river despite the age difference or super close family friends. Charlie's always been kind of a father figure to calvin and today they're celebrating. Calvin recently got engaged and to help pay for the wedding. He started to work as a welder. The shipyard were charlie's a- format by nine pm. The sun has set in. They're about ready to pack up but before they go home they try out one last fishing spot appear by the old shopping or shipyard and that's when things get weird as charlie reaches into his tackle box for a piece of bait. Here's this zipping. Sound coming from behind him. It's loud enough. That he and calvin both turn around and they see this vehicle in the distance. That has these blue flashing lights at first. Calvin some cops are poking around his car. But the lights start to get closer and calvin realizes it can't be the police. He's never seen any squad car. That's the size of a yacht and floats in mid air. Yeah whatever this vehicle is is now about seventy feet away hovering two feet off the ground. And it's huge about thirty feet long charlie. In calvin stare at this thing in total confusion. They have absolutely no idea what to do or what to make of it and before they can formulate a plan a super bright light shoots out of the. I guess you'd call it a ship. The lights coming from a door on the side of the ship which is opening and something is coming out of it
The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"calvin" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Already. No no because once because the miniature let air into the why is already like counting house so especially reate wine. So if you're gonna keep them for a couple of days you should will be flat. And there's nothing worse than a flat b flat and then it'll just it'll just get like eventually is is just like Like towns like vinegar. Like long cop. Like i had a friend. I had a friend who I look for her for about a year or so in some people. Just like holding onto things and i was like how have these wine bottles means. She was like a month. I was so it's no good even at the store when we opened up we do wedding conversations and we poured one out like you might think. Oh what did we have a consultation tomorrow but my manager like we not giving guest. Oh we just four right now. Anissa asking the chat for d. What's your favorite brand right now. Oh grand off. The you working total wine. How a picnic raise I like cabernet is my favorite style of wines. So probably maybe i don't know if there's just because i drank it yesterday but There's a wine maker on name amichis sellers and they make some really like high in wines but they also make some like mid tier type of ones and they have like you know how like how you might have like a like a high end brand like the same company in mexico like a like a different line and they have a line call lima and that was so like the meaty winds might be one who likes about or like reserves for the like one hundred dollars to five The ones might run. You like with their shouts discount so they may cavern. They make everything. But i like that. That's one of the friends at work. That out of liked everything like they have their rosie insomnia blunk in. I feel like i'm missing those like the main three but yeah it's so we we got one open all the time at work like like. I just had a doctor's appointment recently..
The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"calvin" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Because it's like you gas wind shop. Why the hell would you walk in there. Every single time about the exact same thing. Like i don't get that so like like like like i get what she liked. I don't see how you walk past thousands and thousands of bottles and never try something different in the even if like with swamp people like stella rosa. I'm like were it's outdoors. One of the few so wants to his like whole suite section. You just look all these sweet wines. Ain't thank try to blueberry that brand. Or so i was like hey like this one. Maybe try this one. So i like when customers are willing to expand a little bit or like even the way like We have one rose as section and so many people. I realize you know. Many people thought roseanne was inherently sleep. I'm like yeah the first. And then. After that i was like oh so this sweet wise and then try like seven mo and they was not sweet and i was like okay i think is the like even if you drink i in his fleet or i really think some people. Just don't shape pink with sweet so your home fall asleep and i was like no. I say like this kelly. I'm like this nineteen crimes. Callie rose a really good. Calvin broadus giannis. Actually swe shut up manufacture out to try and go on co has a. They have a link on our website. You can shop there stuff in santa fe newsletter but they are going to black on they asked him to be put us on a lot of stuff to and they have like this huge desert thing. So even if you can't like locally get one you can still get it online and a lot of places and reviews and all of that stuff as well. How did you meet so so to start. The your podcast. I met so so in the suspects suspects group so i'll so literally like in the early stages of that group when there was like a couple of hundred people so big and we were just like interacting in that group. I'm friends with a lot of people from just because of the show and stuff like that. I don't remember how so leeann have both areas. But i like to say like like i'm a people person she affect people. I she narrowly. I'm also sure i can't remember. I'm almost one hundred percents stores and she didn't ask them your request. It was me because we won't make friends. I just make make friends yes. I got introverted friends. Like i only know how you just made me. Yes i i'm just saying they face going i like i don't even be sharing. What people in like now. We find that thing. I'm pretty sure that i'll probably message. And i don't remember what was the initial conversation. but then we ended up texting like every day. Just like like other friends now on Mostly on facebook message. Because i like to share her because she house team i finally. She wasn't on keeping neutral in stay on facebook message. Best.
AP News Radio
Versatile DB Charles Woodson Enters Hall of Fame
"The eight member class of twenty twenty one was inducted into the pro football hall of fame one day after the class of twenty twenty was enshrined in canton former colts and Broncos quarterback Peyton manning helpline this year's class manning held the NFL record for career passing yards and touchdown passes when he retired after winning Super Bowl fifty manning was joined by two receivers Calvin Johnson Andrew Pearson as well as defensive backs Charles was that John Lynch guards Alan Faneca and Tom Flores who coached the raiders to two Super Bowl titles as well as the lights go to scout bill nine I'm John Merriam
Pardon My Take
"calvin" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Tiny cool cat man. When it goes we play where one of the most interesting cats play with. Great tidy and his wells. I've you've thought sometime. I'll say hello. Okay all right but you've got to thank him. I need you to thank him on species room in there. There's gotta be a person of your speech. I can toss a name in there. Yeah okay all right. Perfect thank you. That's all i ask. Have you When you were posing for the bus that they were making. Were you trying to do like a certain particular face. Were you conscious of the fact that the way that my face is right now is going to be frozen in time forever inside that hallway. That's been handling with my guy that was sculpted me The show you right here. I got a little nice little picture when he was at the house. Here nice of you. Getting and yeah. He's actually came to the house scope. And yeah i was very concerned because they all bang like what's gonna move. I don't wanna be too serious. I don't wanna beaten. It's it's now. I just wanted to be like focused. So we'll see how it looks when it comes out but last time i saw him look good. Is it like i. I don't really know how you put it into words but we'll never in a spot where it's like. You know something like this like a hall of fame of a major sport of anything this to this level has it hits you yet like you will for lack of a better term. Live on forever like you are. People will go to canton. They'll walk through been there. You know you see the bus in. There's calvin johnson like has that has that. Have you been able to grasp that mentally. You know i've been in canton. One time is a coastal took. His lights By.
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"calvin" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Nfl by you have like calvin johnson. Yeah i think about my my my draft class. You have all our draft class on one by adrian peterson. The you know gaines adams recipes. You know a symbolic well. You're representing that class. First ballot hall of famer. Good luck this weekend. What are we going to hear from the speech going or is there a lot of rule together. A lot of rules you know. They want us to minnesota cutting us off at eight days. There's been hard to get my speech. Eight minutes really. And i'm not along when the person so they think they're going to start the music on the paulo or has us around the state eight minutes. He's a big guy. I think i think you can hit them with maybe a couple but he gets his hands on you. You're gotta do can't let them touch me. We can't wait to watch Congrats you deserve it. We're going to continue to support primitive and everything else you do. Because you're a good dude. Thanks for your contributions to the game and congrats on the hall of fame. Ladies and gentlemen. Calvin john all the rest of the guys. Thank you calvin. You're the man. Good luck this weekend. You'll do great. You're gonna do great all right. Let's get you a break. I think we have to yeah. Let's get to a break. I shouldn't rush them off. Fuck now's the right. Time is right that we cowboys starting in his speech down. You know he's got a few other things to check off and he was just a different animal. I mean that. I that double coverage is hysterical. Good luck i mean. Even with there's no guarantee especially when he's on the one going in like how still he's going to give you a headache inside and throw it up to the corner who's gonna jump up and snatch that thing he he's been doing it forever to you know randy obviously when somebody gets lost. The it's called mosque for reason because randy. Brian calvin was one of matthew. I think would just literally just throw it up and calvin was like all right. There's four people five people. it does not matter. I'm gonna go get this thing. Which is what aaron was referring to about. Julio last year rep for the trade he was like you know those guys out there. Like julio that you can just kind of throw wherever and they're gonna catch and then there's other guys that are a little different. I assume that's why he was doing. The recruiting calvin. And calvin if you come over here. I mean i just got to throw it to a fucking area. I'm pretty good. You know what i mean. It's funny you mention that because the nfl tweeted this morning. You know. I mean it was crazy with us having on his game against the cowboys when he had three hundred twenty four receiving yards and that literally is what it was. You always see the lines down six or seven points and stafford just dropping back and throw sixty yards into three guys in calvin just coming down within like it's unbelievable. There was a run thanksgiving's there right. I feel like at all watching detroit. And it was matt stafford running for his life and then just throwing up him getting killed by the way the always got murdered. I think that's the people forget. Like he could jump ten feet in the air and he would always catch it and he was slamming on that cement every single time his knees. He said his ankles are bad. I couldn't even imagine you guys have calvin package in there Yeah i was about to say that. Earlier like i don't remember any other receiver that we had to adjust our defense like we did. For calvin maybe because we played them twice a year but yet we had to really make big changes in the secondary to try to cover him up. Primitive group is a forward thinking company dedicated to the advancement of cannabis as a form of elevated wellness. Believing that the point holds incredible potential as healing agent. Here out time in that owns sixteen year. Calvin still led all receivers with touchdowns..
"calvin" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"One by john calvin translated by henry beverage prefatory address to his most christian majesty the most mighty and illustrious monarch francis king of the french his sovereign john calvin praise peace and salvation. In christ sire. When i first engaged in this work nothing was farther from my thoughts than to write. What should afterwards be presented to your majesty. My intention was only to furnish a kind of rudiments by which those who feel some interest in religion might be trained to true godliness and toiled of the task chiefly for the sake of my countrymen the french multitudes of whom i perceived to be hungering and thirsting after christ while very few seemed to have been duly imbued with even a slender knowledge of him that this was the object which i had in view is apparent from the work itself which is written in a simple and elementary form adapted for instruction but when i perceived that the fury of certain bad men had risen to such a height in your realm that there was no place in it for sound doctrine. I thought it might be of service. If i were in the same work both to give instruction to my countrymen and also lay before your majesty a confession from which you may learn what the doctrine is that. So inflames the rage of these mad men. Who are this day with. Fire and sword troubling your kingdom for. I fear not to declare that what i have here. Given may be regarded as a summary of the very doctrine which they vociferating ought to be punished with confiscation exile imprisonment in flames as well as exterminated by land and sea. I am aware indeed. How in order to render our causes hateful to your majesty as possible. They have filled your ears and mind with atrocious insinuations. But you will be pleased of your clemency to reflect that neither in word nor deed could there be any innocence where it sufficient merely to accuse when anyone with the view of exciting prejudice observes that this doctrine of which i am endeavouring to give your majesty in the count has been condemned by the suffrage is of all the estates and was long ago stabbed again and again by partial sentences of courts of law he undoubtedly says nothing more than that it has been sometimes violently oppressed by the power infection of adversaries and sometimes fraudulently and insidiously overwhelmed by lies cavs and calumny while a causes unheard it is violence to pass sanguinary sentences against it it is fraud to charge it contrary to its desserts with sedition in mischief that no one may suppose we are unjust thus complaining you yourself most illustrious sovereign convenience witness with what lion calumnies it is daily traduced in your presence as aiming at nothing else than to rest the sceptres of kings out of their hands to overturn all tribunals and seats of justice to subvert all order and government to disturb the peace and quiet of society to abolish all laws destroy the distinctions of rank in property and in short turn all things upside down and yet that which you here is but the smallest portion of what is said for among the common people are disseminated certain horrible insinuations insinuations which if well-founded would justify the world in condemning the.
"calvin" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note john calvin july fifteen o nine to may twenty seven fifteen. Sixty four was a french theologian. Pastor and reformer in geneva during the protestant reformation. he was a principal figure. In the development of the system of christian theology later called calvinism including its doctrines of predestination. And of god's absolute sovereignty in the salvation of the human soul from death and eternal damnation has doctrines were influenced by elaborated upon the augustinian and other christian traditions various congregational reformed and presbyterian churches which looked to calvin as the chief exposure of their beliefs have spread throughout the world. Calvin was a tireless polemicist and apologetic writer who generated much controversy. He also exchanged cordial and supportive letters with many reformers including philip milan. 'then and heinrich bolinger. In addition to his seminal institutes of the christian religion calvin wrote commentaries on most books of the bible confessional documents and various other theological treatises calvin was originally trained as a humanist lawyer. He broke from the roman catholic church around fifteen thirty after religious. Tensions erupted in widespread deadly violence against protestant christians in france. Calvin fled to basel switzerland. Where in fifteen thirty six. He published the first edition of the institutes in that same year. Kelvin was recruited by frenchman. William farrell to join the reformation in geneva where he regularly preached sermons throughout the week but the governing council of the city resisted the implementation of their ideas and both men were expelled at the invitation of martin juicer kelvin preceded distress board where he became the minister of a church of french refugees. He continued to support the reform movement in geneva and in fifteen forty one. He was invited back to lead the church of the city following his return. Kelvin introduced new forms of church government and liturgy despite opposition from several powerful families in the city who tried to curb his authority during this period. Michael as a spaniard regarded by both roman catholics and protestants as having a heretical view of the trinity arrived in geneva. He was denounced by calvin and burned at the stake. For heresy. by the city council following an influx of supportive refugees in new elections to the city council. Kelvin's opponents were forced out. Calvin spent his final years promoting the reformation both in geneva and throughout europe..
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Olympics Latest: China leads in men's gymnastics qualifying
"With the opening ceremonies in the rear view mirror the first gold medal has been awarded and it goes to a Chinese woman who won the ten meter air rifle Calvin Klein the first match of the beach volleyball tournament due to a Czech player testing positive the team from the host country Japan was awarded the win by default the United States estimates around one hundred of its over six hundred athletes that sent to the games are unvaccinated and Australian swimmer Kaylee McEwan is pulled out of the two hundred meter woman's individual medley where she's ranked number one in the world was favored to win gold citing a busy schedule in Tokyo is a reasoning I'm Danny cap
Mark Levin Explains to Caller Why We Can't Simply Rally Behind Words
"Who believe in this country. I also agree that the left is trying to divide us. But I don't see the division. When I go to get my groceries. I'm in a melting pot of people. Hold the door for each other. They say hello to each other. They say thank you. They treat each other with respect. I think there's no question that that goes on throughout the country, but there's also no question That your eyes are not lying that that they have, in fact inflamed racial divisions in this country. And we saw a lot of it all summer long. And so if you're you're finer point is, if your finer point is, we would all get along very, very well at the vast majority of us, but for These Marxist movements that is absolutely correct. And that is what I'm saying. But I also believe that there's a way to galvanize around a theme and there's a word in the pledge of allegiance that we can use to create that groundswell. And I think that word is indivisible. Okay, listen to me. Listen to me. This movement can't be about cheerleading. And Calvin izing around a word, indivisible. We've got to take concrete tangible steps. We can't just be happy with words and things like that and feel like we've done something. We've done nothing. It's going to take a lot more to deal with these forces that have aligned against this country. And saying we're indivisible were indivisible. I saw a friend of mine on TV the other day, very Pollyannish that I feel very positive about the fact I don't care how people feel there are things we must do. Things are taking place in our country. Right now. And they are hoping that we stand by bumper stickers and all the rest. We must not take our language back. Yes, but it has to be backed up with action. The tea party took action. People take
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Ex-Liberty Exec Files Lawsuit Alleging Racial Discrimination
"The next liberty university executive files a lawsuit alleging racial discrimination a former NFL player hired last year to help lead diversity initiatives at liberty university is suing the school alleging racial discrimination in his demotion and subsequent firing the federal lawsuit filed Friday by Calvin Edwards says he faced discrimination based on race under federal and Virginia law as well as breach of contract he is seeking more than eight million dollars in damages and other compensation in a statement liberty categorically denied the allegations Edwards hiring was announced last August at a time when the Christian university was facing tough questions about its commitment to diversity and inclusion I'm Walter Ratliff
Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast
Healing the Soul of a Woman
"Joy to your life now. Here's joyce with today's teaching on healing. The soul of a woman. A subjective person came along. When i was in my pit and said you know i feel for you down there. They didn't do anything to help me but they said they felt for me. A religious man said you know the bad people fall into pitch. You must have some san in your life somewhere. A mathematician calculated how. I've fell into the pit. A news reporter wanted the exclusive story on my time in the pits. Fundamentalists that you know. You deserve that pent. A calvin has said if you were saying you'd never fall into the pit. An armenian said you were saving still fell into the pit. Charismatic said no problem. Just confess you're not in the pit. A realist is came along now. Brother that is a pit. An irs worker asked if he was paying taxes on the pitt. The county inspector wanted to know if he had a permit for his a self. Pitying person came along and said you have not seen anything to using my pet and optimus said things could be worse. A pessimist said things will get worse. But jesus seeing the man reached down took him by the hand and lifted him out of his. Hey man you know you may not have anybody to help you. You may not have anybody that understands. He may not have anybody that you think cares. Humane feel like you are totally invisible in this earth but let me tell you tonight. And don't you ever forget it. God sees you. He knows your name. He's got a plan for you and if you will cry out to him and believe just. A little teeny teeny teeny tiny bit. It doesn't even take much more than a mustard seed. Faith if
First Class Fatherhood
"calvin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Father you know. I mean for me. Just having children mugging my dad and i see him. He'll swelled up with tears in just motion of from just happiness. Just see his kids and what they're doing right now. I can only imagine. I just want to be able to have that feeling when i get older odor. Just look back at podcasts in washington whether it's on the feel in a classroom wh what whatever it may be very cool and i know you got the young one near now. What is your bedtime routine. Look like here cabinet. you're a storyteller lullaby. Guy had a bedtime looking down. Yeah break it down for you code. Nine o'clock the three-year-old throughout the day. But he's ready to take another nap at nine o'clock But so that's my two year old and my nine year seven year old. We go down and nine o'clock Nine thirty depending on what time they got up from a nap. but go down. And i thought cleanup You know put up. A gentleman gone Brush our teeth. We read a book. we Turn on my year old. We have a little sound for him in the white noise and we pay our prayers and then everybody you know the breyer's rockabilly life out. We re to boulton prayer life out. It sounds so simple. Sometimes i know could be your diapers and stuff like that happened in between area. Only i gotta ask you here to about. I've had several dads on here from dancing with the stars of had one of the what are the professional dancers. Maximum called ski. I know you finish third on the place there in what was did you roped into this was is a volunteer thing on your part. What was your experience like dancing with the stars guy interest for you on starving scraping what they say like. I didn't i knew when we started. I never really watched the whole season. So i never understood going. You know the gravity of it and you know all the work that goes into it so A whole different level of appreciation for dan. You know truly a sport you know but it was Experience my wife is the only is basically the reason. Why did they called me three times. A total no every time and the third time when The phrase popular you know. I was like baby. They keep on asking me do shows like a yellow all right whatever and then on top of that. My older sister she said i couldn't and by by her. Have a whole different. Live with my okay. I don't go show you go you. You know the nerve wracking deal but you know it's one of those things is just like you know you put your mind and energy and the attitude that four you can do it yeah. I think it's so cool to see this other side especially when you see the pro football guys on there and they say to and they say just like you do about the hard work that goes into it and you get more of appreciation for it. But i think it's so cool to see everybody Getting involved in shows like that and obviously now you have the primitive going. That's your frontside focus here. What are the kind of own goals plans. You happy yourself for the future. It really continue continuing the mass of canada's man. You know it'd be innovative in space and and really just all on my foundation you know. Continue to give back and help those around me and my community that i live in and his life played a loved one people around me though the family but continue that legacy foundation and primitive the fight right now in honestly you know. Kids are all a bit. You're all around and very cool last thing. I'm gonna hit you with your. I love to ask all the data. Get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new dad or for that about to be father. Who's out there listening To a new dad about the father is you know. Listen to listen to your wife Significant other whoever that might be you know be there. You know be supportive you know. In any way any capacity make her life easier especially during that time. If you're not doing already making her life you make your life you through any time. Very well said i loved. The message has been an honor for me. I gotta say. Calvin johnson junior your first last follow all the way. Congratulations on the hall of fame. And thank you so much humidity time here. I class fatherhood going back to wrap things up here. First place fatherhood. I gotta give a special thank you once again. To calvin johnson forgive me a few minutes of his time. Here was so cool. Please let me up on twitter. Guys drive me that on instagram. let me don't you thought about today's episode. Always loved feedback. Make sure you go through the archives at the podcast. Here you're gonna find my interviews with so many. Nfl fame dad's including dion sanders. Kurt warner willie. Roaf morten andersen a so. Many of the guys have stopped by here. please go through. Check it out. Mike haynes tim brown just to name a few of them all right and don't miss out on friday's episode major league baseball hall of famer. Mike piazza is going to be here to take us into the father's day weekend. It's going to be great episode. Don't miss out on that. That's all i got for you guys today. I'm alex thank you listed first place fatherhood. Please remember guys. We are not babysitters we have fathers. And we're not just fathers first-class fathers time is..
First Class Fatherhood
"calvin" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Is your first time. Listening to the podcast. Please air in baghdad subscribe button. You do not want to miss all the actually coming your way right here on first-class father all right. Dad's i've got a very special guest for you guys today. One of the greatest wide receivers in nfl. History mega tron calvin johnson. Junior joins me on the podcast. Megatrend is a part of the pro football hall of fame class of two thousand one. He will be enshrined in the pro football hall of fame. Canton ohio later this summer. Mega terrified defensive coordinator throughout nfl career as wrapped up eleven thousand six hundred nineteen receiving yards with eighty three touchdowns. He played his college. Football at georgia tech. He was selected with the number two overall. Pick of the two thousand seven. Nfl draft by the detroit. Lions the team in which. He played his entire. Nfl career with in two thousand sixteen mega trump went from the gridiron dance floor. He finished third place in season. Twenty three of dancing with the stars kelvin's main focus right now along with his team. Rob sims is there cannabis business primitive. Robson will be here with me next week on the podcast. Johnson is gonna talk to me about primitive and so much more. He's going to be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around interview at today's interview. With calvin johnson was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch youtube channel. You'd like to watch today's conversation between mega toronto myself. Please subscribe to. I last fatherhood to leaks in the description of today's podcast episode. Right if you guys enjoy today's interview mega trump. Please go back and check out some of the other interviews i've dealt with. Nfl hall of fame. Dads on first-class. Fatherhood i've had so many of them including dion sanders. kurt warner. Terrell davis ronnie lott. Jim kelly tim brown andre reid and so many others all of them are available for you guys to listen to any archives. Podcast all right. I got a special announced a few guys this weekend. Father's day i will be interviewed live on fox and friends. I hope you'll check it out. I'll be on there talking. All about i last fatherhood is going to be honored back on fox and friends. So don't miss out on that tune in sunday morning father's day to check it out if you missed out on my previous episode skateboarding legend. Tony hawk was here. You've got to flip it back. Check that one out. And friday on the podcast major league baseball hall of famer the greatest hitting catcher of all time. Mike piazza will be here with me as well. Don't miss out on that one. If you guys joined the podcast reading review it always goes a long way to help me out. Please follow me on.
Run That Prank
"calvin" Discussed on Run That Prank
"Coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. The subject is this considered cheating or not. We'll get into that later. Yeah yeah yes yes. Yeah what you think all right right now. The nephew is here with today's prank. Phone call what you got. Calvin allows his mind how that allows his mind. Let's go ahead dig hello. I'm trying to reach a hybrid. This is awesome and the dallas police department. Okay wanted to give you a call man. We have your husband. Mr calvin there anyway. You can actually come down to the police station. Today is he. calvin okay. we have cal. He's been picked up for classy misdemeanor. And i wanted to see if you're able to pick him up. We're not going to press charges. There is a two hundred and fifty dollar fine that needs to be paid. But we giving you a call. He asked me to call his wife to see if you would actually come and pick him up to two hundred fifty thousand five there. Yes we do need to two hundred fifty dollar fine okay. 'cause i don't i don't have it. I meant to call this mom and get it. But what if he did for. He was indecent exposure man. He was in a park. Are you familiar with lakeside park. Okay he was out at lakeside park and he was indecent exposure. He had no clothes on. He was with another person another Female out there and they had no clothes on how they love you. Do you make it a big. With faith as calvin work. That's what the hell calvin supposed to be. Not as far so you saying that you saw him where you detective detective. Those action police officer mamat actually brought them in their both were brought in here About two hours ago. He's been processed. He has been processed. But we need somebody to actually come pick him up now an okay. Well tell me what are the pool is a female female name to. She has been arrested. She's actually on the other side of the jails. she's on the woman went inside. I do not have have her name in front of me. I will be able to have that a little later. But right now i think more importantly he's he's actually sitting in a holding tank with no with no clothes on. So i i mean calvin got com not gonna pick him up and let me tell you what need to be killing. Calvin you need to tell. Calvin he needs to come up with two hundred fifty dollars. You've got us in and they need to come up with some more money to divorce. Because i'm having these types of you can't hear your. I'm a mom and she come get no tavern every walk down now when he gets a freak florida. Got to see that you know. That's what they take it now. You know what he does mom. And i'm tell you believe mitch. Because i wanted to bring her down he always on track. The all was on track. I wanna talk on the phone with his head. Up the nikki. I didn't see him but he you kill have his opinion. Make sure you tell you then you get the situation. I'm not to in any. I've ran back here. Wants to okay Ms ms brey. I just got some paperwork in here. about who the actual female he. He was arrested which she was also out there. Lakeside park and Let's see here. It seems like we missed. Francis francis francis. You sure you found a francis nikki. Yes ma'am i'm sorry to you. Know noah francis okay. What can i say something else about your sister. Can i tell you this. France has got me prank phone. Call you baby. This is nephew. Tommy from the steve harvey morning show. Bre- you just got pranked by your sister frances. Hard if i tell you what i did not on this. I can't go bob francis. I was getting ready to up. And all that. And i know damn well cavill nikki. I'm he's not doing it again. I i'm like that. What about really follow this. I'm gonna get thank you know take was was too bad is radio show in the land. Oh steve martin show france. If you live in the nice way to end it time. I seen you get out of it. That quick francis. She was upset. France's musters. I know i'm now you say. What can i tell you some transit solar so told me to prank phone. Call you because you had to get out of.
"calvin" Discussed on Still Buffering
"Oh those are so good. Yeah it it really. I think that it gave a window to the fact that and you knew this. I mean even though i wasn't reading it when i was six and it's about a six year old You know still pretty intimately when you are young that you've been having these big thoughts and big questions and big ideas for a long time and adults seemed to not get that right. That's part of childhood is feeling like all the adults assume. You don't get it but you do get it. Only you don't know how to cope with it. And you just are left to sort of puzzle it out in your kid brain by yourself. And that is like such a fundamental experienced a childhood that this is just all about and gives voice to and light to and room to and to read it as so reassuring that yes. This is especially as a kid. Yes that is where we all are while. All of our brains are doing that. You're not alone you know and you can tell it to stuff tiger if you want to. Because you're you're not alone. That was the fundamental thing for me. Is i felt like i was there with calvin and hobbes and susie and we were fine but he's fine. I think it as an adult. It's still much the same like it's it's a comic about the intense nuance inner world. That we all have we all have those beliefs. Those little fantasies them you know like are the the the vehicles for talking to ourselves. Basically like and so. I don't think it's you know it doesn't just end with childhood. We find different ways of doing it. That are more socially acceptable. But it's an evergreen comic. I feel like for that reason. That's very true although instead of Full like philosophizing about life with my stuff tiger at night. Now i lay there in bed and like give imaginary speeches to congressional committees in my head. Is that the number now. You all do basically talk to jack a lot. I talked to refer lot. Just the congressional committees that's all. It's my hands speeches cent fare anyway. Thank you both. It was wonderful to dell back into that world. That was a very comfortable safe place for me growing up than i Appreciated you sharing it. Yeah thank you happy to. What's next Believe it's my turn next. Yes i wanna talk about movie. I wanna talk about blatant came out in one thousand nine hundred. Slc punk starring matthew lillard. I've never seen it. I haven't either. But i love matthew lillard It's been a while since i've watched it but it was always i don't know for me..
"calvin" Discussed on Still Buffering
"That that was always one of my favorites. And the other one of my favorite Tropes was the transmogrify fire which is a word. I have now taught charlie too. I thought you had. Because i've heard her yussef of the idea of getting in a box and coming out as something different Which is another thing. Kids love to do constantly. i don't. I don't think i remember that. From being a kid but My kids turned into your guinea pig all the time that well. That's just like out of nowhere like we'll just be sitting there and all of sudden she'll get on all fours and go and come over to me and like nozzle may and i'm like are you. Are you ruth. then russa's yes. And i'm like okay and then she'll go curate. Does love carrots. She got her down pat. And that's an excellent route ten rules. Yeah wait till you see it. It's really listen. Let's a great roof the last time i saw them. They were both zombies. When i walked in the room that was that was actually terrifying. They both spookily. Good zombies cooper especially because her voice. Don't i don't understand how our voice gets to that point. She so small. And it's so deep and so gravelly in so loud i don't understand the volume is truly i. I wanna talk more about what we all think. Love about calvin and hobbes but before we do that that's check. The group message First of all this week. I want to ask you both. Are you looking to upgrade your self care routine. Yeah who isn't these days right always looking to take a little better care of yourself. Feel a little bit better. We'll native has you covered Because they care about what's under there and under there. I mean under your arms in your pits in your pets yes That's why they're deodorants. Ingredients lists include things like coconut oil and shea butter stuff that you know what that is. You've heard of that and you know. Go feel good in your armpits. Not only feel good. It's going to smell good They have over ten cents that you can choose from. They've got classic ones Like the coconut. That i love so much but also seasonal was going to say flavors. But that's not the right word here since seasonal supposed to eat it at least on us put native deodorant under your arms it will feel good. It will smell good And none of their products are tested on animals and almost everything is vegan. So you can also feel good in your heart not just in your pets but in your heart about native deodorant so if are far listeners wanted to check out native deodorant..
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"Like why can you see me. And it was just such a perfect little because when his mom enters now we're back out of his immagination we're into the real world but it was just the way that it hits always made me laugh the idea of your kid thinking that they're invisible and then trying to get cookies without you know you're standing there looking at them naked going. What are you doing like what. Why do you think you can get a cookie right now and also what is happening everything about it. I don't know if there's a kid like parentage. Funny but as a kid it just every time i would see that strip. It would just make me laugh. Because he's nike. Yeah of silly. Very silly. Like in a in one of the books that i i. I got to prepare for this. There's a foreword and they talk about. How the charm of calvin and hobbes is that so many people that right like oh what a wacky little kid kind of comex. Just make these little like sarcastic adults. But the calvin and hobbes truly does capture like just the. We're brandom nece children. Like i mean you said you know like you kids make up stuff and do weird things you know and it's like there's no there's no logic to it. There's something different a new every day. And that definitely is you know. And calvin and hobbes. It's like feels like a very real child imagination. It's so true that one of the things. I've referenced a lot is Calvin ball so in the strips calvin and hobbes play a sport that he made up con- calvin ball and the whole joke is that calvin ball has increasingly complex and intricate rules. That change added to and mike. He's because he's making it all up. And i've always thought of that as like very clear. A sage of childhood development the concrete stage of development. When you need to make a lot of rules for things and you see kids go through those where like. Oh my gosh. Charlie will want us to do something. And before we play the game or or engage in the imaginary world. She has like this whole list of things. That are the rules. And then we'll do this and then we'll do and then you'll say this and then this is the other thing that has to happen and also this is happening and like and it's a very structured imaginary experience and that's a normal stage of childhood development is this like i love to make rules and put walls around my world because i'm just now understanding that that's kind of how the world works structures within it and i can make them yeah and It's just so it's so perfect. And i'll say that all the time like well. This is just the calvin ball stage of development. That's just what's happening right now. It's normal. It's charlie has gotten mad at me many times when i've been playing barbies with her or adults or whatever and i'm not saying exactly what she wants me saying. Well i'm so sorry. I did not know the rules going into this. Yes i've and cooper is entering that Yeah i they both that is i. Don't know the and calvin ball. I can use it the other way and say this game is total cavill which means we're just making it up as we go along right. That is really interesting though. Because that seems to reflect like a genuine real stage of like like you said child development but he put that in a comic you wouldn't you wouldn't know that unless you were a parent or or i don't know i think that's interesting. Yeah it's it's just it's a very insightful. Like way of yes. Yeah yes and if you're if you remember being a kid you've been there and if you are around kids you see Salsa hilarious yeah balls always hilarious.
"calvin" Discussed on Still Buffering
"I really enjoyed shopping for cooper's most recent birthday because it was like. Here's here's a chew. Kabre action figure. Jack chia pet things that i can buy you. She loves these things. Cheaper copper was the pilot of the pretend plane we were on yesterday. Oh are they are. They are excellent inflight surprising. We got to our destination safe and sound I know i was shocked. I didn't think i didn't think the focus would be on flight but we're on goats but no no So speaking of pretend those good speaking of blame pretend this week. I wanted us to talk about calvin and hobbes. Thank you both for i. I assume you've both read some at least kevin hobbs. Oh yeah it was i. I read that it's been called the greatest or the last great newspaper comic or something like that. Something to that effect acknowledging how great it was and that it was in the newspaper in the comics. it was for a long time. The only one that i would read it was in the newspaper. Just open it straight to that didn't didn't get into dilbert. Never got into dilbert you. Have you ever checked out by the way side. Note like the lock horns are still at it. I don't know that. What about the marmaduke. That big dog every every comic strip was the big dogs in place. A big dog shouldn't be either dog but he's acting like a human smart you know is marmaduke. He's probably still up in there I just noticed that the lock horns were still at it. And i was like after all these years. I don't know it c. I a lot of those comics. You know i. I don't like to judge other other cardis. Work negatively. But you look like you. Got a lifetime gig. How how is this forever. Doesn't it used to joke about Because he used to work for a couple of different luke local newspapers that one of his editors told him. That was the one thing you could never eliminate from. A local newspaper is like to try to get rid of one of the comic strips like to replace it or update it he said because i guarantee you there will be like five people who will write you a not an call nonstop to angrily inform you. Yeah that marmaduke wasn't there. Yes that that was their favorite thing and you've ruined their sunday and they need it back and every comic strip has maybe a small but incredibly vocal devoted following. And and you just can't take any of them way. Gabby doing something right. I guess yeah. I mean for the longest time. Our dad had dilbert strip taped to the door of his office. He didn't know that's what i try. He didn't know. What are you doing So calvin and hobbes. I knew was in the paper. And i probably saw in the paper but i was one of those kids. I had all the books. The big lake nice grassy collections of calvin and hobbes Which existed. By the time. I was buying them because it came out. In nineteen eighty five the watterson i started publishing it in eighty five and then it ran to ninety five. Feels like longer clean ten years it does. There are lots of them. There's so many. And i mean in part like i own all of that so of course it shows like a lot. Yes you can buy the entire collection. It's like two big giant hardback heavy. Tomes of calvin and hobbes. If you so choose he'd be like sydney. Yeah but man. That was my favorite thing to do. When i was younger is we would go to the bookstore at the mall..