9 Burst results for "Captain Hug"
"captain hug" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"It's the of thought that is neutral criminal justice system despite unprecedented attacks we press on. I said Garda's lawsuit cites data data from the State Attorney General showing African Americans in Missouri are subject to to nearly twice as many traffic stops in arrest as white several races. Social media posts allegedly made Missouri. Police officers are also listened to complain in one. A former police division officer allegedly posted a photograph of of on facebook of an African American police officers standing with two African American demonstrators calling the officer. Captain Hug a thug in a disgrace to the a uniform. Not exactly sure what's racist inherently about that. But that's what they wrote in another lieutenant is is accused of posting. I'm not sure what the Hell is going on in our country. These days are Joe by in authentic Mexican restaurant in town and there are white guys putting on a new roof cutting the grass and doing landscaping manscaping. So I guess white people can't do can't put on roofs cut grass and do landscaping. I guess that's something that's only for Mexican people right. We regulate into certain industries. And that's all you can do for ticketless in another facebook post in Missouri USA wrote according to the lawsuit officer offered to sell L. T. shirt emblazoned with the word. Black lives splatter because blue lives matter. These police officers doing this allegedly the lawsuit also alleges that Saint Louis Police Officers Association has gone out of its way to support. White officers. Accused of perpetrating acts of violence in excessive force against African American citizens including the twenty fourteen shooting of Michael Brown. Additionally the Saint Louis a police officer association paid the bail. Jason Stockley await officer shot and killed African American Motorists Anthony Lamar Smith in twenty eleven according to the lawsuit now now if the that same S. L. P. O.. Egg Saint Saint. Louis Police Officers Association does not pay for the bail of a black officer who's accused of Of shooting someone then they Iran clearly. They are on Garner who sought to launch several police reforms a cooling improving investigations of policemen conduct in Saint Louis received threatening letters to our office that were filled was racial invective in some of the letters Garner was called racial. Slurs and various sexist expletives so that's a little bit what's going on you can read on that. ABC News So. I thought it was very interesting that she chose this eighteen. Seventy one and act. The Ku Klux Klan acknowledge not very familiar with that amount of a lawyer and attorney but just reading a little bit about you know Different various website. Apparently this was a law that was enacted to help to enforce the reconstruction efforts mostly in South Carolina but across the board after the civil war reconstruction goes on black. People are being voted into office. Black people are allowed to vote to becoming normalized naturalized citizens in able to express all of their rights right so they had to pass these laws thirteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution and. What are the laws that helped to enforce? This was this Ku Klux Klan Act which helped to break up the Ku Klux Klan? In any the group that would seek as a group of people with interest in supporting and maintaining white supremacy. So that is essentially what Miss Gardner is a sewing them under. Is that this group right. The Saint Louis Police Association and the city. Her allegations are is that they are seeking in banded together under the white supremacy in order to thwart the efforts of This one black citizen who has the right to WHO's essentially going to impact lies and many other black citizens right every person who under color of statue ordinance regulation custom or usage of any state of territory district of Columbia subjects subjects or causes to be subjected any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to be to the deprivation of any rights privileges or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws. Saab you're liable to the party injured in an action a law suit in equity or any other proper proceeding for redress right so a lot of that is a lot of legal ease. I don't really understand a lot of it. But this is what Miss Connor seeking to do. So I hope the justice prevails and if if it is true that the Right this is only one side door will getting one side of the story and show that the facts will be born out in court but if this is true than You know I hope that. Justice comes for Miss Gardner in for all these other states attorneys district attorney's across the nation who are feeling the brunt of this right. They're from California to Baltimore Down to Florida from two Massachusetts many of these states attorneys feel as if their their efforts towards criminal justice reform of being ordered By those who have a vested interest in keeping the status quo a sad part an sad reality about law enforcement is is that what is it is an institution is a system and unfortunately that system needs to feed upon people. What I what I mean by that prison systems as the union had been supportive of the continued criminalization of marijuana and other drugs? Now you have to think about why these unions would stand behind some kind of policy. He liked that while the more people would because obviously more people need to be arrested so that these people can be housing and car serrated as so therefore the prison officials can continue to have their jobs. Same thing with law enforcement right if you if you stop criminalizing and decriminalize marijuana and other drugs stop prosecuting people for simple possession. Then the arrests go now and therefore what are the police going to do right so this is a this is unfortunately a vicious cycle that that Ms Garner is this is seeking to stop this over criminals. Ation of people minority communities poor people and so a lot of police as officers are fighting back against that because okay if not arresting people for drugs than what are we doing all day right. Why how can we justify numbers? How can we justify our salary? So you want in someone. I hope. That justice prevailed and hope that the truth comes out for her. And how did it sets a precedent for all those prosecutors and other counties talked talked about traffic stops. Some of the things that Miss Gardner was looking into in Saint Louis nother story the cubs from Chicago is the ACLU is asking why minorities are still pull roll over much more than whites right so something that the ACLU is looking into from. The Chicago. Tribune The American Civil Liberties Liberties Union is asking why minorities still pull over much more often than whites. Despite court order reform by City Hall driver's color continued to be stopped at higher percentages. Tis Vander estimated local driving population and they are asked to consent to search more frequently with less. Contraband found Dan. Dan White drivers they were roughly. There were roughly four hundred. Ninety thousand traffic stops Chicago streets last year. More than two hundred thousand Isan than the previous year. According to the data from Illinois Department transportation it was the third consecutive year sharp increases about eighty six percent four hundred twenty one thousand involved minority motorists of those three hundred thousand. Were black that sixty one percent of the total number of people stopped in Chicago Twenty eighteen and even though African Americans are about thirty one percent of the city's two point seven million population near sixty eight thousand and stops involved the white motorists. There is a story. Worry here. Let me give the other side of the of the equations we can understand this Many times in we had to look at this. Are African Americans committing more traffic violations nations. That question has to be asked are recommending more traffic violations. I know that when we had a study in Connecticut concerning the same think I think in my own home city we were found to be stopping. African Americans more unfortunately a lot of times. Here's what's happened Take this for what it's worth and it's the honest to goodness truth. I think that you know by not going to give you some. Bs is that officers are often targeting targeting areas in neighborhoods. Where crime is is happening? It's just a fact it's just the fact that we want that right if there's shootings and gang activity in certain neighborhoods we need to target those neighborhoods in if we can stop op people if we can perform these type of motor vehicle stops and Get people to understand that there is a police presence then that that only worsened in in the favor right and it helps to bring on shootings and everything like that. It's only one of the tactics that can that is used to address a crime in certain neighborhoods and. That's one of the tactics tactic so we had to be very careful about when we asking law enforcement not to stop certain people because they are black and many times. And I'm going to ask you to do this as as you listen to this. Drive down the street and tried to tell What the race is of the person in front of you right Many times you can't you cannot tell many times you cannot tell the race. The person WHO's driving in front of you then people have tend to Windows nowadays and you cannot see into the windows In so many times you don't know but a person who's in front of you. Who runs a stop sign? Who Refuses to who speeds up at the Yellow Line tries to beat that light? That red light Many times you don't know what that rid the races. So that person in so the first thing I'm going to ask is what is the race. What is who is committing more of these types of infractions? Right first thing black I people have to do is stop committing more infraction. I don't know the numbers and Statistics Chicago. But I do know that when we were. We were approached a concerning turning these types of measures that we were able to justify the fact. That what we're doing when we gave the information as to where the crimes were happening where shootings were happening. Where are street-level robberies? Were happening and then we showed that our our enforcement actions and activities were geared towards those particular neighborhoods in those particular areas and so therefore for once again. We were stopping people who are committing infractions. motor-vehicle stops in those areas. And that's what we were doing so that may be exactly. Actually what Chicago was doing. If that is what's going on then I give them my whole heart in full support in what they're doing in that needs to be understood by people right so just because you gotta be very careful when you look at numbers and statistics because there may be reasons behind this. I'm not saying not to look into I'm not saying that the ACLU and other watch groups now look into these matters but there may be a justification for it right there may be a justification for what's going on so you can read more about that and the a Chicago Tribune namely articles as traffic stops by Chicago. POLICE SPIKE ACU ask. Why minorities are still pulled all over much more than whites sticking with Chicago just for a minute here? This was a story I think from December but I'll mention it again here again is that they the new interim police chief that they have has decreased the or eliminated the merit system for promotions things. And I think that that's very key when we talk about police corruption when we talk about why police officers playing drugs on people while they are selling drugs and trying to boost up their numbers burson trying to increase their arrests. What the question is why a lot of times they doing that? Well the merit system is essentially. Someone's going up for promotion if Chicago has some type of A testing process I e a written test in on maybe some type of oral board presentation Then maybe another component of the testing process is merit test right. So how many arrests do you get..
"captain hug" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata
"Lady with giant for much I I love you very kind of it was a while. I think I told you about. Yes you like. Was it the Shave Your Post Shave your xenos like Messily or not. Well then they gotta laugh and then she's like really kept digging. I don't know why you need to know this like do you do at home. I don't do a good job actually my pussy just the patchy I think in addition to maybe saying some negative stuff about their relationship internship she is also felt your trepidation about him and has expressed that So I think he's like why would I wanna meet this person who already doesn't like me. Yeah so I think because it does seem like maybe you have expressed to her that. They're moving too fast and Dan. I mean I'm just like reading into things on you've done this but maybe she's like reading like she's A. She's told her friend that I feel. You're moving too fast thing. I love you so earliest so crazy. Easy and it's like well it's not really your place. Yeah to like and the older I get the more I understand this. A friend is in a relationship. You truly only have like one one time to go. I'm a little worried but again at your life and then you you have to take a step back. You can't keep being like this is crazy. You're moving into the Bible double. It's like well that's what they're gonNA do and if it doesn't end well it doesn't end well in their life and you what are you GonNa do when it doesn't end. We'll be like I told you so. Nobody likes that So I think maybe when you do meet him. It's not like putting on an act but they just have an open mind. Yeah he might be this like really great guy and you're not getting to know him because you think other things you know yeah. I'm more concerned about her friend. I feel like it seems like her friend is Still Holding some Her Zealand's some resentment towards Sir towards the person who called. Because you don't bring something up to your person unless it's like something. I still bothering you like she wouldn't be like well this time. We fought about this and this and this and this and she was mean to me this time. Unless that's something that's on your brain like what's Nicole like. I would probably say we travel. We do you know. Say like what. We do If I bring up fights that we had it's like Oh clearly not now over these fights and that's the first thing I'm saying someone's like what's that personally you know. Yes but again. I don't know how it went down. Yeah I think maybe he was like what's your best friend like and she's like. Oh well we're like friends. I love her although she doesn't really approve of our relationship and he's like Oh really she doesn't. Yeah and then we also thought about this. I don't think it might have been like the first thing out of her mouth. I think it might have been her telling him negative thoughts that she's he's had about him and then it spiraled into also this this this this well she did say that her friends said he doesn't like How you've been mean to me in passer whatever it was? She asked her friend She's her friend. said he's the biggest fan of you because of these things things are so she told her what she said to him. Yes but I think she may also said yes. I'm just playing devil's advocate for the friend. Yeah but we have playing devil's advocate for the girl who calls. Because I mean maybe she did say. I think you're moving on also. I don't think there's anything wrong with that if you think you can say that. If she's harbory on that says yeah but if it's like I I'm a little worried worried. Also she's literally never met that person. I would also be like what's going on. Yeah I guess like if you 'cause I met your friend Man Male gentleman caller friend not like super super early but it was a couple of months in but also we were living in different states at the time Then I got real drunk. You've hurt her feelings. I hear you which is insane but got it. I mean you you stay up. We're like you're you're moving too fast. I didn't have say this. And that sucked here. Because I was like this is not your decision at all and I was telling you as it was happening. What was going on? But I don't like this and I was like well. I guess you won't like it. Well Yeah I mean. At the time it felt like I was being replaced in that you were going to go have a great new life life without me. Yeah you did say that you told them told me that. I can't keep a secret I I would rather you tell me that than you think I could say. That's wild Nicole. Of course I'm not going to have a whole new life without you. In fact he likes exceed. Also wants to be your friend now. We're front and now your friends. This fine now. Thanks to your home and I think I need that but actually and then you guys try to save. Save me from potential kidnappings I was on a show and I get I can see why it was sketchy because it was like the show got a different day and all I was the address. I didn't have like a venue. I told my man that I was going to show and then I saw friend and old roommate who is there and we hung out afterwards. And that's usually not what I do. Usually I come right home after a show and then he texted me. I was in a different state. Woke me out of my slumber and I have you heard from this year I can't get in contact with her down. Just this flyer for the show date but it's a different day. I don't I don't know where she is. She's not answering her phone. And and I'm worried and I was like you'll get our girl go-getter update me figure it out and I was like on the ready to get on a plane to find. I was like maybe the span of thirty minute turnover because I was talking to my friend and I turn it back over. It was like twenty one messages. A bunch of calls. It was like. Please call him you. Please call him. He doesn't know where you are. I don't know where you are and then I think I called you and then you answered. Yeah I was GONNA call him. He's really worried she has like okay and I called him. He's like okay. WHO's GonNa come get you? I didn't know what was going on. Oh okay I got home. And he was real riled up. He's like pacing doing pushups real red in the face. I was like oh I'm so sorry and then you didn't help like she's probably in the next time you went missing. He was like I'll let Nicole take a break and it turns out. You're on a plane which is very very funny but we really straight away from that question. I mean I think open heart. I think I would want to have another talk with my friend before I met this guy to be like. Hey since you brought that stuff stuff up from our past year man is it still bothering you. Do we need to talk about this more. Yeah that's that's good because clearly it's on your mind I don't bring a bullshit unless unless I it it still bothering me. You know you only bring a bullshit at all. Yeah because I am you know I try to resolve shit and move past it. Yeah I guess bring up old should either except for the fact that you never told me you were born in Japan debris very jarring to find out what I knew my friend. I didn't talk to your friend again. and yeah do do come come to meeting this guy with an open heart and open mind because yeah people move. I've moved fast with my man. We said I love you within three months. And did you really. Yeah Oh oh yeah yes I remember. The parents five months into it was very fast. But you know we'd liked each other. We're really excited about it. Worked for years later so yeah sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't years seven five sixteen five Um Sixteen Nice Chunk of time Yeah so you've been you've been together for a handful years. There's just say that next time someone asks. How long have you been a handful of years? And then when it six ago handful plus one no I will never do coma Emma. That's fun I think so a handful plus two over me someone who's missing a finger. I guess it is very ablest sort of me right. Should walk into traffic to pirate you. You're anything of that. A pirate they got hooks for hands it just captain hug not just others which ones I don't know I don't know pirates. What all right one more okay? Hey Nickel interestingly spell your name neutral and so she is under. Yeah I love your guys podcast. Cast I should warn you that I'm twelve years old. I know nickel hates kids at. I can't say that I'm any different from the rest. Wasn't very self aware child is great. I am very you I yeah. You're you're cool. I very insecure about myself and my body the and I feel like I'm not very pretty also my friends since I was two and I are drifting apart. Hope wow awful. Wow I can't imagine being Francis is I was too yup. I don't think I have friends like that. You're twelve so I'm GonNa say this a friendship with someone since you were two is is probably like an arranged marriage where it's your parents were friends. Yeah so then you hung out because your parents hung out. Yeah so you might be growing apart because you're literally becoming people all with different things in common. Yeah I think it's okay. It's okay to drift apart from friends and make new friends. I've you know not cycled through friends but like I'm not really friends with anybody from like elementary school middle school. I've literally two friends from high school that I still talk to. I think it's okay and the whole insecurity about your body. Puberty Sucks yes getting your little titties near like. What are these sucks like? Can I wear a Brian. MOM's like no you're like but these don't look good in a shirt. This looks wild. I think you just have to. I mean I personally have always been fat. I do not like my body for a while a long time and then I started like looking at myself naked in the mirror and be like this is it. This is my body. If I want to change it I can Dan and the nights we go my little. Td's and I love them truly. If anyone heard me they'd be like this woman but like it helps it helps to look at yourself naked. It helps to be like this is my body and it's okay. Everybody is different. All bodies are good bodies. Yeah Yeah I got picked on a lot when I was younger and I don't I don't really know why my mom they're jealous of. You is like the mom thing to say. which is it might have been true? I truly don't know no one ever was like this being on here who But I thought I was like I must be ugly like I really had like a disconnect 'cause I'm wasn't ugly look looked at pictures. I thought that's the girl that I am today. but I was like. I can't think of why people would treat me like this if I like. I'm smart I'm nice. I'm Kinda everybody but yeah I was like ugly and my yeah. I remember crying to my mom and she was like no. They're jealous. You're fine you're pretty. You're beautiful wonderful in you'll you'll realize this but I know it sucks right now but you the you'll get past it and I did I don't remember how how long it took but I think I just tried to throw myself of people who made me feel good and not focus so much on the people who are being being negative because they also to Think eventually I realized Oh all my bullies suck why would i. Why do I care what they think? Because they're actually bad. They're bad in their own way. Failing their classes or or or whatever.
"captain hug" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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"captain hug" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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"captain hug" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Zone with Pete McCarthy. Weekend. Of course, one of the fun college football games of the year. It is army navy tomorrow. They'll have center stage of the college football world before the Heisman Trophy presentation tomorrow night. And we bring on right now. John Feinstein, who's written a million bucks and has another one coming out here quarterback inside the most important position in the National Football League. It's like every three months, you got a new book out, John. Not quite cheap. But this is my fortieth books. So I have been busy the last thirty two years dating back to season on the brink. And I guess I'm just lucky that I mean is sincerely that that. I I love what I do and was a sports junkie as a kid like most of us wasn't good enough to play professionally. So this was a way to be around sports and get paid to do it. And I've had a ball. And and this this new book was was great fun because I worked with closely with five guys who were just terrific about giving me their time in their insights and access to their lives. So I could give people a sense of what it's like to be an NFL quarterback. I want to get into the book a little bit Alex Smith Ryan Fitzpatrick, a couple of the guys that you were able to follow around for this book. But it's funny. A producer Ray about the army navy game yesterday. And he's asking you want to do something on that was kind of run the option. It's army navy. The football isn't. Exactly spectacular and more yesterday. I came across your article in the Washington Post if for someone like me is just looking at it as a football game. Can you give us a little more insight because you've written about this bribery as well and just how much emotion plays a factor for everybody around this game? Well, I've always said to people that you really can't judge army navy until and unless you've been in the stadium because television, and I'm not saying this is a put down of the work the TV people do but television can't capture it. They can't capture what it's like to be there when the cadets and the brigade of midshipmen March on before the game they can't catch what it's like when they play the national anthem. We hear the anthem hundreds of times a year right Pete. But when they play the anthem at army navy, and you look to one side, and you see the cadets you look to the other side, and you see the image and every one of them when the anthem starch they snap to salute position. And when you're watching that and you. Think about the fact that all eight thousand of them, including the two hundred who are on the field have volunteered to die for our country. If need be there's there's there's no other game where you have that feeling because of who is in the stands and who is on the field, and you can talk all you want about the quality of football. I I always find army navy games fascinating. Because there's such a chess match because they play similar styles. They both play triple option, although they run it. In different ways to talent level is almost always pretty close to equal. There was a period there. When army had screwed up with its leadership for number of years, when there was a talent gap, but that's gone now they're evenly matched again in the game. Is usually decided in the final minute last year was decided on the final play in the snow. Yeah. Yeah. And and Bennett morning had a forty eight yard field goal in the snow and just drifted wide left. I was on the army sideline. And I was standing right in front of blue Corrigan the army athletic director. And it's the ball was in the air. I heard him say behind me. Oh blank because he thought it was good. I mean, it was that close. And then when they play the alma maters after the game, and you see guys we've been trying to kill each other, basically for three hours standing shoulder to shoulder for each other's all my maters, sometimes crying on one another shoulders is in my book is civil war which I wrote on the rivalry twenty two years ago. It's hard to believe there. There's a picture of Andrew Thompson and Jim Cantalupo where the respective defensive captains hugging. One another on the field after the game and to this day cantaloupe and Thompson Warren each other's, weddings. So I was at both their weddings, and they they remained close friends. And and the the there's a. Bond between army and navy football players that no other rivals have. Because only a cadet can understand what it's like to be a midshipman only midshipmen can understand what it's like to be a cadet. And then they go on and literally are on the same team doing things that are a lot more than football when they graduate. What is it like for a lot of these players after they play this game? Let's see the seniors. What what are the next few months like how quickly are they enlisted at its at work? Well, it's very first of all it's very emotional when they played their last game navy. The navy seniors will be playing their last game tomorrow as football players army seniors get one more game 'cause they're in a bowl. But they all understand that there's a Roger starbuck in the Polian McCallum in Alejandro Villanueva. But once every ten years, but the rest of them are going to be army are in the army the navy or the marines that's the uniform they'll wear not in NFL uniform and they've all played football their lives. Just like the guys who are gonna play in. The college football playoff and care about it. And and and put in as much time and effort while they're going to a military academy, which is remarkable that they can compete at the levels. They compete at navy's beat Notre Dame four times in the last twelve years that should never happen. Pete army took Oklahoma into overtime this year at Oklahoma that should never happen. But it does because these guys are so tough. And so smart and so determined that they don't care who they're playing. They believe they're going to win. Even though there is usually a talent, gap, assize gap speed gap. But they they don't care they want to compete and once they're done once they play their last game. They have to deal with that as part of their lives. They go on and graduate in the spring. A lot of the linemen had to lose a lot of weight 'cause they they they try to get their weight up for football season. But then they were -quired before they graduate to lose twenty five thirty sometimes forty pounds in order to meet the military obligations. They. Have to meet to graduate. And then it'd be commissioned officer. So it's it's an intense time. Let's put it that way. Yeah. Really? Yeah. And as you you wrote about in the article for you personally having been around this game. And you're Ben in both locker rooms when you wrote the book a few years back because you mentioned you you you get emotional when they play the the the anthems there. I do again having been as close as I've been to players on both teams and having stay close to the programs. I actually was on a navy radio network for fourteen years doing color and now I do pre game and halftime stuff on the army radio network. So again, I think that makes me unusual that I've worked for for each school and have loyalties to both and close friends at both. And again, as I said understanding what the game means to all the players and how. Disappointing. It is to those who lose and how much it means to those win because remember it the rest of their lives and talk about it the rest of their lives and then looking at them because they're all kids Pete twenty one twenty two years old their kids and looking at them and realizing that they may be in harm's way. Very soon. You're damn right. I get emotional, and I've I've known players from both schools. I've known many players who've deployed, and unfortunately, I've known a handful who died overseas. The army navy game tomorrow, three o'clock in Philadelphia. And some some terrific perspective from the great John Feinstein on what that game is truly all about talk about your book a little bit as well here. John quarterback inside the most important position in the National Football League. So what what is there to learn about the quarterback position that hasn't been out there before as you you follow around different career arcs with the five quarterbacks that you that you talk to exclusive intensively here. Yeah. You know? It's a very good. Question pete. And and and what I set out to do was not to write about who's the best or why someone is good. Although I got some interesting explanations, for example on why Tom Brady is Tom Brady because it's not because he's got the strongest arm, although he's got a very good arm. It's not because he's fast. That's for sure. He ran a five point two eight forty when he was in the combine all those years ago. One of the reasons he lasted so long in the draft. But it but why is Brady Brady partly because he's so good at making decisions. That's why is almost never intercepted because he knows when to take the sack and because of its ability to communicate with his guys not just from play to play which he does. But from practice to practice in year to year how many different players he's worked with in nineteen season. So I wanted to try to get people a sense of what it's like to play this position because there's no more scrutinized position in professional sports. Then quarterback if you are when you are doing. Well, when your team is succeeding, you are the biggest star on the horizon, you are you could be elected mayor of your city unanimously on on on any given Monday after your team wins on Sunday when things are going badly. Then they wanna run out of town. And it's usually pretty close to instantaneous. I start the book with an anecdote about Joe flacco last year, they lose to who won the Super Bowl in Baltimore. They lose to the Steelers twenty six nine at home. Flacco comes in to meet with the media because only the quarterback in the coach always meet with the media after a game. And he was asked to assess his play that day. And Joe said that if you know, Joe this, isn't it also pricing. He said I sucked on the quarterback. I'm responsible for the offense. We scored nine points. We had three turnovers. That's on me. I I was terrible. And by the way, two of the three turnovers were interceptions where he threw the ball right in the hands of receivers. And they popped out were intercepted. But Joe wasn't gonna say that. So he he took the blame. I was driving home an hour later turned in to non turned on one of those, you know, post game shows and first caller comes on and says to the host one is Joe flacco gonna start to stand up and take responsibility for the failures of this offense. And the host said beyond saying I sucked. What do you want him to say? But and I brought that up to Joe a couple of days later, and he said, yeah. But that's part of the job. I I make a lot of money. I'm the best. I'm the highest paid guy on the scene. So it is on me, regardless of whether somebody drops the ball. Somebody drops the ball. I gotta find a way to pick up the first down on the next play. And I think the best guys understand all that they can handle the pressure..
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"So the camera, do you have any advice? And she's like, accept, help, accept help tip. Greg. Get a Dami same advice. I give all my friends. Hey, what's actually back in the dressing room. She's bleeding right here already bleeding right here on the sides of her neck from she now has these two little hair tendrils that are like little singers vein of Kim de. Because he can't home. So the lady the lady has been instructed not to give her something to flick. Right? So she's giving her these little. She's like, can I? I mean, you need something here. You need something. This let these so rude to. Absolutely. It's, I love you need. You have to have something, and Ashley is so nervous. She's she just goes, yeah, like, no, yeah, no, thank you. Flexing. Thank you. The fru. So now believe it or not, you would think that we've been in the Greg segment all the time. And now we are truly in the Craig segments. Okay. So, hey, Craig, credible, Greg got dumped by a, oh me, and he went on the journey, cold, eat drink. And so. So, hey creek. So were you drunk when you had that butter knife into like. I don't know. Our at all when down my we were in the house. And then when you have power to. We're a lot. So is easing the Bauer drools. 'cause we were like, we can't do this anywhere else. Yeah, things are like Deng. John. John Earhart, and I was like setups onto seasons. Then like secure showed up and I was like yours year do that's pretty cool. Yeah. And then I just started talking. I mean, so I took a started chopping it up, like, here's. And. Shelley divall was like, get out and I was like, no. And then so we all reclaiming power tools, and there was a butter knife on the table, which we all know is very powerful power tool. So I wanted to stick it on the wall, and the house is all these like wood and wood behind the wall. So I went to stick it in the wall, but there was would. And so the nightstop and my hand kept going. And I was like, Sean. Sean would turns out there's wall and the wall. Then Chelsea's like it has. I'll just wait there stugz. On like, have you guys been Cameron's like Craig, your finger grad? What are you doing about your finger Craig. So it's funny because it turns out. Radd rom. I can always detect murderers. Like this. I'm captain hug. Like this fucking Craig. You see how I saw myself myself, but for real like, no, your recap. Taking down the wall with our tools. Why.
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"This is a new maize run like we care there is a it's up for like best foreign picture that diane kruger movie it just looks really bleak knowing what i wanna see it the black and white still is a black and white oh maybe i'm thinking what's the film about each it's it's like the law that's british clarkson and cillian murphy i wanna see that yeah or to cold it's backer gust and we'll see it but there's a diane kruger movie outlets well this unfairly that's a foreign really bad films this week like the commuter liam needs in couldn't even look at the trailer sorry in wilson senator patrick will scatter wilson however not in insidious people are raving about paddington to people were raving about paddington one k granted addington here but you know who else is in it who paddington new let's my favorite talk show host algiers goeran day guy he's also and peter rabbit any arms so bad at this i can't even get my deuces carell yeah he's in peter rabbit he's not in domino's in that and wrist burn i loved on gleason anres burr captain hugs all right listen i'm not sure what we're gonna see next week but she's mahathir he was out and haley it's great and i actually was going to go see it was tied decided to see the vincent movie instead i'm gonna say everybody i talk to you seems to loved jumanji i can't bring myself to do it so maybe that's the movie well i couldn't bring myself to do it which is where i saw the last year for the tenth time last night engine you know what i enjoyed in the darkness while my husband's in london while i'm realizing that i cannot cope without him yet i ate two boxes of pretzel bites twenty pieces each that was that's what i is how many people in the that's all you eight that's the garoppolo diet no i had a protein shake as well what gets him gotta fiftyfity what.
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"He to hosts he does the ambiguously gay duo that we try to get you to look out of the you've seen yet but young our friend john in me or talking about these their these batman and robin cana characters who are very obviously indonesia other but they don't realize it because they are ambiguous in all the villains are like they know what i'm talking about yeah all the villains new i was gay cheese i know there was none before you dig and that is a bad metaphor oh i just got a tweet from ron johnson sorry i win o'neal through bedford okay i've seen the last year i ten times now and i only just realized po calls hawks captain hugs is a this i'm not imagining the semi ryan and he wrote beckons in bring it in darren oh my god all i love the list of movies nearly 200 everyone knows how i feel geez asked me what i thought about the last july and would you think well here's the thing okay and i've seen it ten times i wrote a lotta notes down for this movie you know what but that's 'cause i'm in love with dana carvey and everybody involved ozzie's are now known as find out boil down to the little bits of it or not too little bits of we'll talk about it list please i think a surprise you so it only lasted seven episodes they made 8 but the show cancelled it right before the network cancel right before he was on abc right after home improvement and roberts michael who's the voice to try and theme so comic dog and a writer and snl oh yeah it was his partner that 'cause they created the show together how that seems like an odd pairing we'll wait no 'cause they met snl and they they wrote together speaking of odenkirk from the post a smuggling odenkirk wrote do you know the super fans of chicago bears like it was an snl sketch where they go at bears the bulls and those of owed bob odenkirk in and smuggle wrote those sketches they were pretty big and.
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