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"chie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | Last month

"chie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About the news of the week. A lot of big money flowing around. It feels like this week, maybe a sign of good things to come because we had some broadcast rights and let's start with the second biggest deal in NFL history. One of the players do what they posted do on the field and what they say they represent. You want to get paid, just like everybody else that that does your job. It's respect aspect of it for me, eh? So what? It's taken this long as people want one have done their way. And I have Ah, no idea of how I want it done. That Prescott four years $160 million Lin Chie trailing on Lee, Mr Mahomes, but that's a big old contract for deck a deck Prescott. There's Jerry Jones says. I've spent more money on things that were less important to me or something to that extent. But I think it's a great move. Prescott, I think is probably the face of the Dallas Cowboys and outside of that really bizarre ankle injury. I think he had the moving in the right direction. 66 million of that $160 million package is in a bonus. You know, Michael Barr were looking at an unprecedented sort of quarterback Carousel Derby. Whatever you want to call it. This offseason. We're probably gonna see more movement that we've ever seen at that position. And so it is interesting. It's one thing to reward Patrick Mahomes. He's got a ring and then you know, back to back trips to the Super Bowl. Doc Prescott. No rings, no trips of Super Bowl. And yet there is a lot of tea. Lynch's point a lot of optimism around his potential, and ultimately that's what an investment is all about. Yeah, I didn't think that was going to come together. I thought they were going to move on from that Prescott but They got it together. And Jerry Jones obviously likes Prescott. So let's see what happens this season. Well, and Lynch. It'll be interesting, too, because speaking of that quarterback Derby, that number could actually be exceeded by, you know, one of the quarterbacks. It's floating out there. Somebody who's Coming into the league. And the biggest question Mark is also in Texas. And that's to Shawn Watson. Does he end up somewhere else? This is coming after he signed a massive extension with the Texans four year $156 million. So not quite Dak Prescott money, but pretty close, and he may not even stick around in Houston. You know, we had Mike Tannenbaum on about a month ago on this show, And he says, You know this 45 moving pieces in this off season and let's see where they all come well for the five are now settled. Stafford Off went Prescott. And watching. This is still the only one that still this up in the air. Right here in Atlanta. Over this past weekend, there was an NBA All Star game. LeBron James, not a huge fan of that. Let's hear what he had to say. I have zero energy and zero excitement about an All Star game this year. You know, I don't even understand why we're having all Star game from a fan's perspective that definitely showed. If you were watching the All Star Game, LeBron was not In peak focus. Shall we say, Lowest ratings ever. And yet, you know, people did tune in. There was a certain amount of excitement. You know, we heard Adam Silver talk right ahead of the game about this notion that this is economically important in the short term, but also in the longer term. The brand of the MBA, the international reach etcetera. This is a money question bar. In many ways, The bottom line is it is a business. I have to be honest. If you were watching this year's NBA game All Star game is because you probably were in some daily fantasy Sports league and you were trying to rack up some points. For whatever. So let's move back to Texas Briefly, Lynch E. If we can the revenue mix, we know especially in baseball. A lot of it has to do with the gate Will. The gate is going to be fully open for the Texas Rangers opening day? It's gonna be full of Rangers fan there in Arlington. I have to say this stunned me when I read it. There were some news from the governor. He's opening up the entire state, which means no masks and anything goes and this came right on the heels of it. 40,000 seats at Globe life Now they used it last year for the league championship series in the world Serious but only 12,000 fans were in They have a retractable roof. So I guess you could say they are playing outdoors If the roof is open. I think the whole world is going to be looking at this that they're going to be the focal point of the world when this happens to just see if this thing's is the super spreader. I mean, I will say. From a cultural standpoint, this is a little bit less about business. But you know, I had a chance this week, toder to my first sporting event literally in a year. We had a tiny amount of fans that were allowed in for a playoff basketball game for my son, who is a senior in high school, and I got to tell you guys, I didn't realize how much I missed it until I was sitting in those stands and it was even sweeter because they won. They were down by five with a minute and a half to go. They came back moved on in the playoffs, and so it was an exciting Room. Even though there were very few of us, They're me. They were probably less than 50 fans in the gym that holds 1000 people, But I do think there is an economic response to a cultural and social Deep seeded need, and we love sports mean that's why we do the show. I mean, we're fascinated by the business side, but ultimately all three of us were fans of all levels of the game and and I do think that that's part of what we're wrestling with. Have to get to existential about this. Clearly, it's a money question, but it's also a human question up Next on the show, we speak with Angela Ruggiero, CEO and co founder of Sports Innovation Lab That is straight ahead on Bloomberg Business of Sports..

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"chie" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:42 min | 2 months ago

"chie" Discussed on KCRW

"Um by the tone of your essay that I really wanted to share with everyone. Thank you for having me. Thank you. So, like how is the restaurant critic at the San Francisco Chronicle? Take out in 2021 has a new allure for me. Sure, it's convenient when I have a particularly busy day, but it's also a way to change up my daily routine and rejuvenate my palate. Because the truth is, I am sick of my own cooking. So I thought it would be a good time to check in with Bill Addison, co critic of the Los Angeles Times. He's here to entice us with the take out update. Hi. Hi, Evan. How are you? I'm okay. I'm okay. And I see that you are eating like a champ. I was thinking about how we have these resolutions for January and February, when we often eat less after the holidays and That restaurants have their slowest times of the year. Usually during those months, and I just thought I'm not making that resolution this year. I'm going to eat more, in fact, and I will I will revisit that resolution. After restaurants are back open and this terrible pandemic is behind us. We need to be supporting our restaurants anyway. We can. Yeah, it's true. To be honest, I haven't done a lot of take out during the pandemic. It was. It's never been a big part of my eating routine. That after a year of eating my own food, I'm really ready for a change, so entice us Okay, Here are some things that I have been loving in early 2021 straight out of the gate and Dole A is a Cameroonian dish. The word and Dolly is for both the green. It's called bitter leaf, often in English and the dish. It's mixed with ground peanuts and the seasonings. Give it this sort of smoky depth. You pick your choice of protein on top. Ah, lot of people are loving it with shrimp. This is at Mama D's African Kitchen. It is a new restaurant and Boyle Heights. It's probably my favorite thing that I've eaten so far in 2021. Wow. Yeah. So how do you fat find out about places like this? Are you just exploring everybody's everybody's instagram? Yes, that's one way particularly I think that we all used to do a richer combination of Looking in each other's feeds and also driving around the city. And I think I'll just speak for myself. There's a lot less cruising around the city these days. I'm usually going to places with purpose. So I found this via the eat the world l a blogged. I notice a bunch of the food writers in town noticed this place and I ran right over and I've been there twice and in a week. Was that the way it sounds great. Okay. What's the next one? We should try Nazi Who? Duke, complete from Mei Dan Kitchen and Rosemead. What that refers to The name of that dish. It's a tray. Of Indonesian dishes. There is beef rendang. There is some ball there's fried chicken. There's temp. A with chillies. There's turmeric rice there spiced potatoes with anchovy and peanut. Again looking to other colleagues. Kathy chaplain at Peter L. A. My former employers, she found that one and it's run by 75 year old Su Chen, who was just going out of her mind. At home. She was a home cook, and she took over a vacated space in Rosemead and is cooking beautiful Indonesian food which we don't see enough of in the L A area. It really looks incredible. Yes. Excited. Okay? What What else has been on your on your pickup list? So nice to see l. A sushi legend. More hero on Aguirre. Everyone calls him Maury. I've reviewed him when he was at his last gig it in. And in Hollywood, and he's back. He opened of restaurant kind of out of the blue in Atwater Village he had been thinking about doing Or really like top of the line $300 per person omakase, a restaurant and then 2020 happened and he Is now like so many other sushi chefs making beautiful bentos so you'll find she me grilled fish pickles. Sushi bar meal in a box. I'm I missed the intimacy of sushi bars, maybe more than any other dining experience in L A. But This will remind you of what's to return. How expensive is it? He's changing it all the time, but it's in the $35 range for the basic one. So that's a good starting place. Sometimes he does more elaborate to Bento. Versions to box versions, but it's It's not crazy. What a deal. He's so incredible. And he just has trained so many of the sushi chefs that we know. And here in town, I hear temptation in your voice seven. I know where you're headed next. Mrs. She's so much you too. Okay. What's next? I never got around to reviewing Ms Chie Cafe in Culver City from surely Chung and so it's been nice to get to know her food some through take out. She has Fixed price meal that has the mix and match options. So I had a meal recently that was pork and shrimp Want thons and chili oil and salt and.

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"chie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:57 min | 2 months ago

"chie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Why is she Because you know why she had to consider Believe whether something was true and honest. And when she did, she started communicating about it. And then once she found out that there was some malarkey to it, she changed her mind. And she said, You know what? I realize I was unwise. Isn't that something called repenting and finding out that you have made a mistake and admitting to it? I admire that in Marjorie Taylor Greene. We've been playing for the last hour. These clips and I know we have one more. But I got to tell you this is very relevant to break it down. Just the way David just did with the Titanic of the last segment of the hour. The rivets, he says, the rivets they used smaller rivets. And they should have used. They used inferior materials in those number three rivets. Well, there you go. Something may may not. It was a bean counter that made that decision. Well, so looking deeper at the cause of why things happen in our lives, and being able to admit them is why we are talking about Marjorie Taylor Greene so much, and she's using herself as you know, Listen. I'm not perfect. Jesus was here to make sure that I would. I wouldn't be condemned for my imperfections. And he gave his life so that we could be forgiven. Thank you, Jesus. And guess what? That is. What is beautiful about now is Chie an itty and about the world that we live in today? That is one nation under God. Forgiveness. I wish that were true. I want to say they're supposed to be Yes, she did say by the way that those were words, she said, back in 2018 the things that they are going after her four where things that she believed at one time, as you say she's since changed her mind. And but you see to them. There is no such thing as the past. Now, that's an interesting idea in another, erasing it, That's what you're saying. Well, what they're doing is they're erasing her present. Based on her past, so they don't let that go. They don't want they will not re super as the person she is today, because that's a very inconvenient thing for those people over there who have Shut her down and canceled her out. See if they were to live in the present moment and accept people as they actually are, Which is what they try to do, Or at least they profess to do with the transgenders and people. Men wanted to be women in sports and all this weird stuff, Okay, if they were actually to accept people as they are, they wouldn't be able to do that to Marjorie Taylor. Great. Let me just give you an example. Here is Mahatma Gandhi. Look at the sparrows. They do not know what they will do in the next moment. Let us literally live from moment to moment. That's Mahatma Gandhi. So what you're saying is, if you live from the moment, then you are living in judgment of what somebody a mistake's somebody made and dragging that Miss Take forward and forward and forward like an anchor in your life. Let She is, Nick. Go people. And when somebody admits I made a mistake, I'm sorry. I made a mistake. I believe something that I found later on was not true. I've changed my mind. You don't punish them for just believing for a few minutes or maybe a year or even five. You don't punish them because they Maybe I didn't understand what they were looking at her didn't get all the facts. Wait a minute. Wait a minute, so I should go back and get the audio of the of the cult de programmer. Here is a guy who was a part of the Reverend Moon cult and he was praying for Richard Nixon back in the seventies. Because he believed that God was supposed to take over. There wasn't supposed to be any presidents. And so on now, this guy the same guy that was part of a cult who lived a crazy life full of misinformation and lives, and now he is helping people. To become free of their cult influences that that makes no sense to me because if there really is no ability for people to be free from their past, why even try to free them if if if in this world that we live in You cannot be liberated from the things that you were wrong about. Then there is no future. I want to read a new definition that he just found a believe very interesting to have confidence in the truth. The existence or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof That one is right in doing so on Lee, if one believes in something, can one act purposefully. So look. If you have to have proof, and by the way, climate change, people don't have any proof. Al Gore's hockey stick turned upside down. Oh, wait a minute. Let's go ahead and play the next Marjorie Taylor Greene clip. And then I got something for you on the climate that will blow your mind. Go ahead. None of us can even come close to earning. Our way into heaven just by our acts and our works, But it's only through the grace of God. And this is why I will tell you as a member of this Congress, the 117th Congress. I'm a passionate person. I'm a competitors. I'm a fighter. I will work with you for good things for the people of this country, But the things I will not Stand for is abortion. I think it's the worst thing this country has ever committed. And if we're to say in God we trust how do we murder God's creation in the womb? Another thing I will say to this body is I wanna work with all of you for our people. It should be America first, always always and there's nothing wrong with that. This Congress is to tolerate members that condone riots that have hurt American people attacked police officers occupied federal property burned businesses and cities. But yet once to condemn me and crucify me in the public square For words that I said, and I regret a few years ago that I think we're in a real big problem. A very big problem. You know, even for you, everyone even cut. You know, Jim Caviezel is right. You know, that is the guy that played Jesus in passion of the Christ. I think he's gonna do it again. There. There's a there's a freak. So just this morning I saw on social media That, he said. The worst sin America has done is abortion. Y. This is the guy who played Jesus God bless. And guess what? You know. I mean, that was a great movie, and people watch it for the theater and the you know the whole thing of Ono to me, And you know what? Mel Gibson took that to the pope at the time. And you know what the Pope said about that movie? What it is as it Woz. Wow, right. But people you gotta cinematic window that opened up into the just a little slice of the life and the crucifixion. Hold ice. Hold it just because the pope said it doesn't mean I don't believe he was actually Deacon Pope at the time. I do believe that it probably was somewhat similar to what that movie was. It was amazing. Amazing moves. So if you're a nonbeliever, you may go see that If you're an atheist, you may go see that Go great movie. Still don't believe it, right? Whatever right, Because it's a great movie was a great movie. Everybody's always such a good movie, so well, that's hard to watch. Truth. Yeah, Hard to what But the fact that the guy who played that and think of how much research and how how really, Ah, humble that man had to be to play that part and because there wasn't one to know what happened the moment the course of that. Let me finish. My thought was the one moment that I wouldn't believe your word that that guy they would try to talk is a radio show. It takes one person like the other president. Dock. Point is, there wasn't one moment in that TV show on that movie that I didn't believe that guy. Was was like inspired for the entire time. So like David said something happen now, What did you say? I said that he went through absolute hell. He almost died. He was injured when they were putting him upon the cross. Things happen to him. I mean, it's stressful evening. I think right went through hell, but I do want to go back to this because it's very important to have the confidence to believe in the truth. The existence or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof that one is right. Wow. And you know what? You don't have to have proof to believe something. But what the Democrats want to do, and what the left wants to do is they want to produce a magical kind of truth? When we come back from the break, I'm going to show you the unicorn thinking of the left.

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"chie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"chie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We will explore the big money issues in the world of sports and talk to some of the biggest players in the industry. So excited about this show, guys because we've got sort of kindred spirit rich climb and coming up with us. This guy knows the business of sports from all angles, even as his own Competitive podcast, so we'll get into that and much more. But let's talk about what's been going on a big week in the business of sports, for sure and one thing, we're certain to talk with Ridge climbing about given his relationship with Kevin Durant is Maybe getting a new teammate Guys. James Harden, leaving Houston Lin Chie and coming to New York to the Nets. This is a big deal. It's a huge deal. Hardened has been sort of a tough guy to handle by coaches and by owners of teams, But he's coming now to join a pretty good club, and there's a new big three in the East right now. And you know a lot of people. The obvious question is well, there's only one basketball and there's a lot of guys that want it. But that wasn't a problem for Golden State when when Durant played there with Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, there wasn't a problem when LeBron Kyrie and Kevin Love or in the Cavaliers, it wasn't a problem for Kareem Magic and worthy and it wasn't a problem for McHale Burden Parish. So will it be a problem for the New Jersey Nets? When James Harden's right? I don't think so. Well, you know, it's gonna be a problem for Michael Barr, The New York next. I mean, if you're in the next on, you are in the next front office. Right now. You've got to be looking at this and saying Seriously. Are you kidding, mate? Like I mean the nets, at least from a moves Perspective are just running circles around their friends across the river. Remember when you we used to laugh when you said the Nets, and there was that little giggle that she used to get is like that Which one is worse than that. So next, now the Nets they are a powerhouse. Look out. And it's done something else. It's bringing back big time Buzz in the New York area about basketball. We haven't had that in a long time. Well, that's exactly it. I mean, I think you've got a very well run business in this case, and you've got some name brand players. Who are going to generate a lot of revenue for the Nets for themselves in the meantime, and we know apologies to all of our Boston fans, Lynch E but kind of the center of the world when it comes to media finance and all of that stuff, So in any case, well, we do know one thing that will be happening at Madison Square Garden. We'll see how well it goes is The National Hockey League and we are going to see the puck drop different sort of view of it. We caught up with Javier Gutierrez of the Coyotes couple weeks back, and you know a different sort of season. But the NHL Getting back to business lunch yet they are, They're going to play a 56 games and 110 days. There are a lot of back to back nights. But geographically, they put all the divisions together. So the New York Rangers are going to be in the same division with the Islanders and the Bruins and the Capitals and the Penguins and The Buffalo. I think that's all all the teams so geographically, there won't be a lot of travel and a lot of people are really, really excited, because remember when hockey picked up last year, they played in two venues Toronto and Edmonton, and now they're going to be playing in the city's most of the city's air, not allowing fans in some are, but at least you know, it just feels a little bit more normal because you're actually playing in the garden, as opposed to playing in Toronto. Yeah, so it we've sent it to see how this goes, and I think everyone is especially interested because bar the MBA. It is a mess right now. And you know, we spent so much of the back half of 2020 talking out of the MBA. They're geniuses. They pulled this off the bubble. No asterisk on This championship. They got it all done. They got it all in Well, now they're facing a lot of the same issues that baseball and football face on a professional level. I don't know how this season is going to go and ideas say if it even is going to be able Limp to the finish because we were taping this in real time and we're seeing games get postponed and canceled. Literally as we're doing this on Thursday morning. We don't know what's going to happen here. But something's got to change in terms of the protocols or maybe the enforcement of the protocols. What do you make of the farm? Well, yeah. I mean, this went from The bubble. And and I said, when I When I feel about the bubble, yes, that's their human beings. But yes, the bubble worked right. But now we've had several games that have been at least postponed. And you can't keep having this. I know that the MBA took a page from the NFL on scheduling the games and having holes where you can slot this back with this, that whatever. Well, you've had so many games postponed already. This is causing a problem. Absolutely is Lynch E And you know, I wonder, And I'm lifting this directly from something I heard Bill Simmons talk about on his podcast. It's could be a real test for for Adam Silver, who Gets all these products from the owners and the players about being a great commissioner. But he's gonna have to make some tough choices. He may need to find his inner Goodell here and you know and really start bringing the hammer down on these guys. Well, they're trying everything they possibly can. Now I think they're going to put masks on players on the bench when they come out of the game. As originally it was only the coaches and team personnel. I think they're gonna eliminate shoot arounds in the morning. They're not going to allow players. You know, when someone makes the first of two free throws all the teammates come in and give him a fist pump. They're going to eliminate that and the postgame hugs with opponents. That's going to be out. And it's kind of funny When most people watch tape. They watch the game action in the N B a office. I know that they're watching what happens during timeouts. What happens pregame what happens post game It's gonna be like the NFL. They're going to come down and maybe just hit someone hard with the fine to send a lesson, and it worked in the NFL Up next on the show. We speak with 35 Ventures co founder Rich climate that straight ahead on Bloomberg business of Sports. You can follow me on Twitter at big bar sports, and unlike Lynch, you can follow me it Lynch WCVB and follow me..

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"chie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:43 min | 4 months ago

"chie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just take that ball and they run down the field. Um Bob Russell. You've got mail is now tweeting us with pro tips. This is what I love about all of you. Pierrot tips about what we are getting flooded with pro tips from quick trip. From Taco Bell. This is why I love America. Um Bob Russell writes to the three of us Pro tip You three. Do not buy the hot chicken fingers at quick trip. Buy them cold and heat them up yourself. You'll save $4 on the eight pack. Kenny an eight pack right there. That's what you're looking for. Well, that is cheaper. It's 5 99 instead of 9 99, Bob says, But I got some news for you, though. We're eating these in our car. I mean, we're talking addiction here, Bob. We got issues. Well, matter of fact, we started at the counter as we're paying. We start eating right there. Even when I go. Oh, my God. That was only three in here. You charge me last one way. Hand her the boat to scan. Can we just gonna hold this here? Here's my paper boat. It's Gracie on for some reason. Never remember eating the last one. I always reach for that last one. And it's like yes. What the hell Where to go? Did I already eat it? I started looking around on the floors. Laying on my belly. Where is that? Where is that one? Because you do You always think there's gonna be one more in there. Becky emails to us about the roller bites at quick, Quick trip meet lice. Well, they're meat logs, but she goes guys. They are chicken dogs with cheese infused in them. What They're chicken dogs. Huh? Are you talking about the bright red ones or cause there's taquito looking things And then there's those really red meat logs. Yeah, I don't know, but they're chicken logs. She calls them and their infused with cheese. Then she says, those milk the bag soups are everything she goes. We need to try the bag of soup, Sugar, Cookie said. She said bags of soup on special every Tuesday. Could you imagine of aliens are listening to this broadcast as a Z evidence discovered the next planets move? Yeah, we're done with them. This is no like whenever you're going to tell you progressed, we should pick another planet to conquer. They're not real. Remember when they were living in sod huts and log homes. We really had all four of them. Yes, Let's try Jupiter. Let's see whether you These people are talking about chicken hot dogs stuffed with cheese. Let's try Neptune. Maybe they're they're a little smarter or their gosh. Oh, God. But now I want now I want one of the roller The roller meets. I want We must try one of those logs. I do You want to try the chicken dogs? Yeah, if it's infused with cheese, But see, here's the trouble with those sausages and dogs that have stuff in them. You risk burn on your lip, because it's like molten lava. When you take that first bite, and that Chie shoots out of every Yeah. It had timeto heat up for being on that roller for 14 hours. I mean, good. Hot inside there. I have that same issue with the juicy Lucy. Same thing. Yes, scolding those air. So you know what? I love him, but it's really like stressful to eat one. Don't try growing a beard needing one. It's impossible. You know you're picking that out of your beard for a week and a half. Phil Jones once again one wording it with me. When Kenny was saying that just to tacos aren't enough, And I said, you know, ask for the crave case. Phil Jones has corrected me. He goes crave cases. White Castle, dumb ass over really made him Early. He's lying. I think, er lying on the couch, and he just lift his head up every now and then. Just call me. Which one? Yeah, with one hand. Gosh, I didn't know I didn't know surliness was like, Oh vid side of fact Symptom. My goodness, But he's right. The crave case is White Castle. Um What is the Taco Bell dog, Do we? What is the case of tacos? A party pack, isn't it? Let's hold on. I thought party party pack. That's for the nachos. The part of the nachos Party pack is called their biggest box of nachos ever. Variety Taco 12 pack. Oh, you can. That's not very catchy Variety Taco Party pack. You can put all different kinds, crunchy Nacho cheese, Doritos Locos tacos. Yeah, Whatever you want in there. That's a variety one. But I bought? Yeah. I bought a whole bunch of these when we were in Louisiana with the movers with my mom. We had nine a crew of nine and I went to Taco Bell to buy like I think I bought six of these cases. The employees were so years hated. I see guys. I'm sorry. I'm really sorry. Like, okay. You have one more box coming. I'm like, I'm sorry. Very, very sorry. So just call the Taco Party pack And there it comes with six tacos. Okay? Kenny's like That's not enough. We could just get to party. I'm gonna need nine. At least. And then what do I do with the leftovers? Because you can't reheat. You can't reheat that stuff. You know it loses its luster. Yeah. No, no, You can't. No. You have to get it right there. I did try something that you suggested Jason the other day I m C went to Taco Bell, and I had him. Just give me one thing, and that was That Value. What was it? It's being and rice. Oh, the meat and rice the cheesy, cheesy rice in Damn it! I was just Yes, they value menu. Let me see here it on the value Mental. She's bean and rice burrito $1.1 dollar I'm like I'll just get on the treadmill for extra long today. So work this off 420 calories. Did you like it? I did like it. It's you know what I'm going to get this from now on, as opposed to just the bean burrito because Keep putting less and less beans in there, And it's basically like a torch deal with this Sameer beads. I'd like this is so small. That's right. I'm so glad you said that because I want to go to hell. It used to be like a little plump hamster. You know you've got no, It's not. It's like a little. Because you would on rap that bean burrito, and it would look like a little bullet constrictor that's eating a mouse. You know, we had a little had a little bubble of beans. And now it's all flat, right? Sad and it looks like the tortillas. They're smaller. I'm like, What is this little thing s o this the beat? Yeah. The cheesy bean and rice burrito quality quality about. I'm looking here at the chicken Chipotle a melt, which is also a dollar that looks kind of good. It has grew grilled chicken. Looks like some nacho cheese and regular cheese. All that could be that that could be. That's the combo right there. Cheesy bean and rice burrito with the chicken chipotle a melt, There's a nice little lunch. How do you think the to Stephanie's? How do you think the to Stephanie's feel about the direction of this program in the last years? Oh, they think they're on the weekend. Yeah. Cause they're talking about classy joints..

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"chie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"chie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"They run down the field. Um Bob Russell. You've got mail is now tweeting us with pro tips. This is what I love about all of you. Pierrot tips about what we are getting flooded with pro tips from quick trip. From Taco Bell. This is why I love America. Um Bob Russell writes to the three of us Pro tip You three. Do not buy the hot chicken fingers at quick trip. Buy them cold and heat them up yourself. You'll save $4 on the eight pack Kenny and a pack right there. That's what you're looking for. Well, that is cheaper. It's 5 99 instead of 9 99, Bob says, But I got some news for you, though. We're eating these in our car thinks we're talking addiction here, Bob. We got issues. Well, matter of fact, we start him at the counter as we're paying. We start eating right there. Even when I go Oh, my God. That was only three in here. She told me last one way. Hand her the boat to scan. Can we just I'm just gonna hold this here. Here's my paper boat. It's Gracie on for some reason. Never remember eating the last one. I always reach for that last one. And it's like yes. What the hell Where to go. Did I already eat it? I started looking around on the floors laying on my belly. Where is that? Where is that one? Because you do You always think there's gonna be one more in there. Becky emails to us about the roller bites at quick, Quick trip meet lice. Well, they're meat logs, but she goes guys. They are chicken dogs with cheese infused in them. What They're chicken dogs. Huh? Are you talking about the bright red ones or cause there's taquito looking things And then there's those really red meat logs. Yeah, I don't know, but they're chicken logs. She calls them and their infused with cheese. Then she says, those milk the bag soups are everything she goes. We need to try the bag of soup, Sugar, Cookie said. She said bags of soup on special every Tuesday. Could you imagine of aliens are listening to this broadcast as a Z evidence? Just go. The next planets move. Yeah, we're done with them. This is no like whenever you're going today progressed, we should pick another planet to conquer. They're not real. Remember when they were living in sod huts and log homes. We really had all four of them. Yes, Let's try Jupiter. Let's go see whether there These people are talking about chicken hot dogs stuffed with cheese. Let's try Neptune. Maybe they're They're a little smarter over there. Gosh! Oh, God. But now I want now I want one of the roller The roller meets. I want We must pray one of those logs. I do want to try the chicken dogs. Yeah, if it's infused with cheese, But see, here's the trouble with those sausages and dogs that have stuff in them. You risk burn on your lip, because it's like molten lava. When you take that first bite, and that Chie shoots out of every it had timeto heat up from being on that roller for 14 hours. I mean good hot inside there, that same issue with the juice. Lucy. Same thing. Yes, scolding those air. So you know what? I love him, But it's really like stressful to eat one. No, Try growing a beard needing one. It's impossible. You know you're picking that out of your beard for a week and a half. Oh, Phil Jones once again, one wording it with me. When Kenny was saying that just to tacos aren't enough, And I said, you know, ask for the crave case. Phil Jones has corrected me. He goes crave cases. White Castle. Dumb ass hold. It really made him surly. He's lying. I saw her lying on the couch. And he just left his head up every now and then. Just call me a name One. Yeah. What's one hand? Gosh, I didn't know. I didn't know surliness was a covert, Uh, side effect. Symptom. My goodness, But he's right. The crave case is White Castle. Um What is the Taco Bell dog, Do we? What is the case of tacos? A party pack, isn't it? Hold on. I thought party party pack. That's for the nachos. The part of the nachos Party pack is called their biggest box of nachos ever Variety Taco 12 pack. Oh, you can. That's not very catchy Variety Taco Party pack. You can put all different kinds crunchy, Not toe cheese, Doritos, Locos tacos, whatever you want in there. That's a variety one. But I bought? Yeah. I bought a whole bunch of these when we were in Louisiana with the movers with my mom. We had nine a crew of nine and I went to Taco Bell to buy like I think I bought six of these cases. The employees were so years hated. I see guys. I'm sorry. I'm really sorry. Like, okay. You have one more box coming. I'm like, I'm sorry. Very, very sorry. So just call the Taco Party pack And there it comes with six tacos. Okay? Kenny's like That's not enough. We could just get to party. I'm gonna need nine. At least. And then what do I do with the leftovers? Because you can't reheat. You can't reheat that stuff. You know it loses its luster. Yeah. No, no, You can't. No. You have to eat it right there. I did try something that you suggested Jason the other day I m C went to Taco Bell, and I had him. Just give me one thing, and that was That Value. What was it? It's being end Rice. Oh, the beat and rice the cheesy cheesy rice in Oh, damn it! I was just Yes, the value menu. Let me see here it on the value mental she's being and rice burrito $1.1 dollar. I'm like I'll just get on the treadmill for extra long today. So work this off 420 calories. Did you like it? I did like it. It's you know what? I'm gonna get this from now on You too? Yes, just the bean burrito because they keep putting less and less beans in there. And it's basically like a torch deal with this smear of beans like this is so small. That's right. I'm so glad you said that because I want to see Oh, used to be like a little plump hamster. You know you've got no, It's not. It's like a little. Because you would on rap that bean burrito, and it would look like a little bullet constrictor that's eating a mouse. You know, we had a little it had a little bubble of beans. And now it's all flat, right? Sad and it looks like the tortillas. They're smaller. I'm like, What is this little thing s o this the beat? Yeah. The cheesy bean and rice burrito quality quality about. I'm looking here at the chicken Chipotle a melt, which is also a dollar that looks kind of good. It has grew grilled chicken. Looks like some nacho cheese and regular cheese. All that could be that that could be. That's the combo right there. Cheesy bean and rice burrito. With the chicken to Poland melt. There's a nice little lunch. How do you think the to Stephanie's? How do you think the to Stephanie's feel about the direction of this program in the last days on the weekend? Yeah. Cause they're talking about classy joints. No, we're talking about every man and every woman joins right where the shouldn't where The Everyman's Where the everyman show. That's right. 77 41 stay right there, everybody. We're gonna take a break. We'll be back right after this. 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"chie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 4 months ago

"chie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The price is right now, just more than $3.5 billion. Wow, he said if he said 10, I would have said it s a lot of coin. A lot of kind. Yeah, I mean, I knew it had to be in the billions. And I mean, that's pretty remarkable, though, When you think about What That sort of financial and business legacy is And as much is, we rightly, you know, talk about LeBron and others on this program, and I would see as the sprawling business empire The Jordan brand is really something that was lightning in a bottle. I mean, I think we all remember it from being younger men. You know, it, just it caught on and then it it has just reinvented itself so many times over the years, lunching You know, my son in law is a brilliant guy. He went to tough sees Hey, works the fidelity and when the last dance came out He went out and bought a pair of air Jordans. Yeah, you know, so and Michael Jordan wanted to retire 20 years ago. Yeah, you know, I mean, how many play players sit Still, or, you know, in perpetuity, their name of their brand. I mean, years after they're gone, this Tim Hortons Donut something Canada. But, I mean, you know what else weekend bars language doing even listening to Bloomberg Business of Sports were here each and every week at the same time, plus online. Wherever you get your podcasts catch those Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. I'm Jason Kelly on Twitter, Jason Kelly news and just apologizing toe All of those poor kids in Massachusetts who had just stroll into a classroom and have Mr Lin Chie tell them how to balance their checkbooks. Maybe that's why I only lasted three days. Yeah, there they don't like which still waiting for my prize for winning number of the week. Well, I won't hold my breath on that one. You can follow me. Lin Trie, WCVB You know the Nichols ahead bees on him back then Michael Bar, you could follow me on Twitter that big bar sports. You're listening stuff. Bloomberg Business of Sports and Bloomberg Radio around the world. Yeah. Hey, yeah. Have.

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"chie" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"chie" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Mail in votes. Rob Stadler GNN news It's morning. Talk with Martha Zoller. And look, I think we did okay last night. I mean, I know. Believe me, I know how stressed out you guys are because I'm getting Text messages and emails from you, You know, please tell me everything's going to be OK. I think President Trump will win this election, okay? But I know The Republicans have kept control of the Senate, which even Caleb Hutchins said was the biggest surprise of the night to him on and you don't even follow this stuff that much. Well, just everything I read said that the Democrats are expected to take back the Senate and I know that a lot of this coverage tends till tends to leave the Democrats way most the time, But I mean, I guess I was buying the height, but I did not expect the Republicans to retain control the Senate But even last night, the Fox News prediction desk said that Nancy Pelosi would pick up five seats and it ends up. She's lost three which is an eight seat different, You know, which is 2%. I mean, that's 2%. Out of the total number. So Nancy Pelosi's gonna lose three. See Chie probably stay speaker because she everybody owes or something. But here's where we are right now. Just so people know on the presidential race. Joe Biden has 238 electoral votes. Trump has 213 There are 69.4 million votes cast for Biden 67 0 that margins closing 67 million cast for Trump. There was three million between him Now It's 2.4 million. In the states that are still up for it. Calling if you want to call it you got Alaska where Donald Trump is up by 30 points. OK, Alaska in there, three electoral voids votes is going to go to Trump, Nevada. Is leading. He's Joe Biden this up by only one point. Now, with 67% of the vote in they have six electoral votes in Wisconsin. Joe Biden is up by one point they have 10 electoral votes in Michigan, Magnus up by 100.4 points. There are not much else to count for 456%. So it's more likely Wisconsin conflict back then, then Michigan, although Michigan would be a big loss for the president. Pennsylvania. The president's up by 11 points with 64%. An 11 points is a lot and that's 20 electoral. I don't understand why they're not calling that one. I know what they're saying. It's because they've got more absentee ballots, but when you're 11 points ahead That's a big margin it be hard to overcome. North Carolina Donald Trump is ahead by one point and in Georgia, Donald Trump is ahead by three points. Okay, so So we've got you know what I'm seeing is the path for Trump is Alaska, Georgia, North Carolina and either Pennsylvania or Michigan. Okay, so one of those, too, and that will get him to 2 70 or 2 to 83, depending on which one gets, so we'll see what happens. Going back to the Senate thing, though. The reason I found that so interesting was because all a lot of the stuff that's been talked about about what could be on the Democratsagenda going forward is stuff that required major majorities in both the House and Senate and with them losing seats in the house and not one in the Senate. They're not gonna have that There'll be no court packing. Because of this, and you had, um 300 judges have been confirmed since Trump joined office. There's not a single court of appeals position. So even if the president loses, which I don't think he will Don't Please don't run yourself off the road. Okay? Even if the president loses, his legacy is amazing. It's a beautiful legacy, as the president would say. Okay, here we are. With Georgia numbers. David Perdue up. We're up against a break here. I'll give you the rest of those numbers. When we come back. We're also going to talkto Washington Post, Mark Fisher. You're gonna get a national being of all of this will be back.

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"chie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"chie" Discussed on AP News

"The president raises the specter of trying to fire is top infectious disease doctor. President. Trump responded to this fire found Chie Chan at a campaign rally in Florida Sunday night. Anybody but let me wait till a little bit after the over the weekend, he told The Washington Post. The U. S could not possibly be positioned Mohr poorly to stem the spread of the Corona virus has the colder months arrive and people gather indoors more That assessment resonates with many health experts, including Dr Matt Heinz at the Tucson Medical Center. Who says the notion of firing Fauci perfectly encapsulates everything that's really just been wrong with this administration's approach. Dr John Schwartzberg at UC Berkeley School of Public Health, bad for us to control this pandemic. We need a trusted voice out of the federal government. Trump cannot directly fire Fauci as he's not a presidential appointee. And Thomas Washington a 23 year old Louisiana man who admitted to burning down three predominantly African American churches to promote himself as a black metal musician, is sentenced to 25 years in federal prison in order to pay the church's $2.6 million. Holden Matthews apologize to the judge, the pastors and their congregations. This is AP News President Trump has for months been trying to undercut the validity of mail in ballots, which are being cast at a record number this year. His latest effort, a so called Army of volunteers, led by veteran GOP operative Mike Roman, who once worked for top GOP donors. The Coke brothers Roman has recruited what the Trump campaign claims is an army of 50,000 poll watchers. He's also hired full time staff and at least 11 states to organize the legal effort against accounting of mail in ballots, especially those arriving after Election Day. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro says he's sending his own lawyers out to watch for meddling were prepared with whatever steps need to be taken to ensure that all legal eligible voters have a safe and secure access to the polls. And that their votes will be counted. Democrats and some Republicans who know of Romans tactics say he's not out to safeguard the vote. He's trying to sow doubt about it. I'm to McGuire AP News. He's doing everything he can. To kill Americans by not act appropriately and following science and varied doctor thought she would be right in line with his behavior. Dr. Fauci is probably are arguably the only reliable voice out of the government. In regards to cove. It is the most trusted voice to the public and right now For us to control this pandemic. We need a trusted voice. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey,.

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"chie" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"chie" Discussed on AP News

"Former Vice President Joe Biden telling supporters in Pittsburgh. His goal is to restore the country tomorrow. He could put it into a presence he has failed to protect the nation. Tomorrow. We could put it into a presidency that his fan the flames of hate across this nation, pouring gasoline on every racial incident of the country. In a speech to backers in Traverse City, Michigan, President Trump Claims bite niss out to raise their taxes by Jewel. Raise your taxes over $4 trillion It's not him. You think it's him? He doesn't have a clue. He has no clue, but that's OK. Let's assume he does. We have to win. So that said the president raises the specter of trying to fire is top infectious disease doctor. President. Trump responded to this fire found Chie Chan at a campaign rally in Florida Sunday night. Anybody but let me wait till a little bit after the over the weekend, he told The Washington Post. The U. S could not possibly be positioned Mohr poorly to stem the spread of the Corona virus has the colder months arrive and people gather indoors more That assessment resonates with many health experts, including Dr Matt Heinz of the Tucson Medical Center. Who says the notion of firing Fauci perfectly encapsulates everything that's really just been wrong with this administration's approach. Dr John Schwartzberg at UC Berkeley School of Public Health ad for us to control this pandemic. We need a trusted voice out of the federal government. Trump cannot directly fire foci as he's not a presidential appointee. And Thomas Washington a 23 year old Louisiana man who admitted to burning down three predominantly African American churches to promote himself as a black metal musician, is sentenced to 25 years in federal prison in order to pay the church's $2.6 million. Holden Matthews apologize to the judge, the pastors and their congregations. This is AP News President Trump has for months been trying to undercut the validity of mail in ballots, which are being cast at a record number this year. His latest effort, a so called Army of volunteers, led by veteran GOP operative Mike Roman, who once worked for top GOP donors. The Coke brothers Roman has recruited what the Trump campaign claims is an army of 50,000 poll watchers. He's also hired full time staff and at least 11 states to organize a legal effort against accounting of mail in ballots, especially those arriving after Election Day. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro says he's sending his own lawyers out to watch for meddling were prepared with whatever steps need to be taken to ensure that all legal eligible voters have a safe and secure access to the polls and that their votes will be counted. Democrats and some Republicans who know of Romans tactics Hey, he's not out to safeguard the vote. He's trying to sow doubt about it. I'm to McGuire AP News..

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"chie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:12 min | 5 months ago

"chie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"How you doing? Good Morning, Mark. Are you doing Not good. Everybody's tense. Everybody is so tense. What What is it like when you're in the campaign in this final day? What does it feel like? I've been around for five decades and particularly have been a lot of presidential campaign. I've never quite seen one like this. I've been winning ones I've been in losing one's. This is one in which Uh, there's there's an uncertainty. Ah, if the president wins, this is going to the greatest comeback in history. He clearly goes in as an underdog. Were O have an over abundance of poles. Every day. There's something different every polls. Most polls are in conflict, but I would say that this is you know, this could be the third president in the last century. Has been elected who could lose if the polls are right? Who knows? We'll know a lot more. Tomorrow night Mint Florida comes in its president wins Florida, which he's obviously competed very, very hard. Ah, hey, could be on his way to the great upset victory, And the difference between the greatest upset in history was Harry Truman in 1948. But the polls were so bad. Three months out. They quit taking polls so inhuman won. Every thought Do is gonna win. It was a big surprise. Today. Everybody is basically shell shocked by what happened four years ago. When Trump again was the underdog and all the poles and came out with the shocking wind to most of the pollsters and most of the political establishment. And I could happen again that you ran the most successful campaign ever. The Reagan reelection of 84. Nobody was better at a rally. No better speaker than Reagan. But have you ever seen anything like Donald Trump with this five rallies today that are really sterilize? The intensity of his schedule is awesome. Poor man, not just his age. But spin of any age. Thie campaign is aggressively as he has you contrast that with obviously with but the Biden, you know go slow. Ah, kind of a risk free. Ah Ah, you know, high tide behind the I concede Delaware, where he had been most of the time for the senses in the nominee, But everything else is very, very competitive. The president president tireless, You know he's out there with Great enthusiasm among those crowds. There may be a like enthusiasm among bias crimes. We just don't see it on. And I think your next measurement more people have now voted than voted ever in the history, early ups building and and so in the twenties, where take until tomorrow night, when Real results start coming in. We're going to get a guessing game. You know, Biden had a pretty easy schedule pretty laidback schedule. The fact that he's now going to run around Pennsylvania all day today. Obama will Harris will. Jill Biden is going to the fact that running all over Pennsylvania and what does that tell you? Well, it tells you Pennsylvania's the key. Ah, you know, every cycle has always been one or two states to make a big difference in a close election. Pennsylvania clearly is the key this time If you don't win, Pennsylvania don't want Florida and it's gonna be hard for the president to make it which I would say at this point in time. I think he has a good chance of that. If they don't win Pennsylvania on buying certainly has a difficult time putting it together. So, uh, we'll just have to wait and see. Pennsylvania is not going to come in area Pennsylvanians. Unlike Florida that counts all the taps anti ballots When they come in on tonight. Tomorrow night, one night polls close. They know what they're absolutely ballots are in a couple hours. They could basically keep you to count on its pretty pretty accurate post. It'll be very accurate. Pennsylvania goes on for another couple of days before they get to the absentee ballots. They all this talk about dead people Voting and finagle ing of the votes. Pennsylvania all this kind of talk. What could the president do if that takes place? Obviously you have you have poll watcher you. You have experts in the state that know where the votes are in and they can quickly tell you where there's more being cast should be cast on where they're coming from. Um and you know it. It's certain areas of the state that you can't that's very guarded carefully as you can't others, But this is the tunnel lawyers out there. There's more lawyers engaged in this campaign and probably ever in the history of the country. And they will challenge anything. They think they think it's improper and that's that's the big test. Ed Rollins, You run the Great America pac dot com. You've been working hard on the Senate, the house What's going to happen there? I hate to ask Again. You know, As I said, you weren't doing it. We're not going to win the house The House house has been lost for we didn't get a wedding at all The candidates who didn't raise all the money in my senses. You keep the policy from getting any more members that he has presently. Well, we were hopeful early on, taking it down The Senate again is the same. The same drill is there's 45 Senate races. Ah, that are ours that are very, very competitive environments. Ah, A place like Iowa President wins, I'll which he now looks like he has real possibilities, and probably Joni Ernst was reelected. If he loses for some reason, then Chie probably lose. But they said there's four or five of those races that are very, very competitive. And again. We won't know until Wednesday morning or late once the afternoon they all turn out. So it's it's it's his competitive environment. I was thinking to myself a long time ago. Someone said to me. Of the early mentors. We only have elections to see if the polls are right. My sense today didn't have Poles. We could watch this thing. Ah, a lot calmer and a lot more. You know, This is so many conflicting poles with so many poles that are being done today that you have one that has trump up the one that has trump down. It's just it's These two yeses trust. The voters will get get the right story. And Billy right there. Okay, forget all the poles. Forget everything you could. Every data.

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"chie" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"chie" Discussed on Assassinations

"On December twenty-ninth General Giraud was woken up in the dead of night by a detective. Who gave him a dossier containing as confession? The written document didn't say he acted alone as police. Commissioner Gar Adachi had insisted it implicated an entire list of co-conspirators conspirators. Every name bony mentioned was also involved in the allied invasion of November eighth which was planned in tandem with free French. Giraud giraud himself was a free French leader. So the implication didn't look good as damage control. Zero ordered the arrests of everyone named in the document. All fifteen suspects were rounded up in the middle of the night at a foreign press conference. On New Year's Eve giraud was asked who these mysterious prisoners were. He refused to give any names but he hinted that some of them were access agents an absurd charge urge to cover up his association with the conspirators beyond the public relations aspect. The arrests were meant to ensure no future killings were planned. The prisoners seniors were told they could be released if any other political upheavals were abandoned. How is your role plan to enforce? This deal is unclear on January tenth. Nth Police Commissioner Gara Duchy grabbed the spotlight by unexpectedly arresting two more conspirators father cordray and unreal dos Sta. Everyone was perplexed. As to how Gar Adachi had suddenly uncovered this Intel. His own interrogation had concluded that bony yea was the sole assassin. But the next evening guard Dot Chie Search Dossiers House and found ample evidence to support his new theory. The police found thirty eight thousand dollars in cash. Worth approximately six hundred thousand dollars today and a dummy front page from an Algerian paper stating the count of Paris would soon be in power this further implied the plot to kill Dr Lon was meant to restore power to royal blood. Meanwhile the prisoner's been arrested by Giraud revealing very little particularly about the roles of Father Cordray and dossier but his father cordier himself was being interrogated. It became clear that his relationship with Bonier was deeper than he'd previously led on nine at first the thirty year. Old Jesuit priests claimed he only knew bone Yay and passing occasionally seeing him at on dossiers house eventually. He admitted that he supervised the assassins. Holy absolution on the morning of December twenty-fourth. He claimed he didn't find out about bony as plans until the news broke later that evening. But with the details of Bony as confession out the open no one was buying it father cordray and anri dossier were charged with conspiring and Dr Lawns. Assassination according to the police. Their motive was to replace the corrupt Dr Lawn with Anri the count of Paris. It turned out that commissioner Gar Adachi had hidden bony as it's real confession in the hopes of blackmailing on re dossier with the information. As political power transitioned into allied hands resistance resistance leaders like dossier were about to become very useful with the truth finally revealed a series of conspiracy theories swirled about who else was involved in the murder were bone Yay and his associates rogue agents or was the count of Paris himself involved. Was it a sanctioned ancient act by free French or even British or American intelligence..

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"chie" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"chie" Discussed on Assassinations

"As the day he turned into night Gara Dot. Chie was still baffled. Finally the Chief of Police Commissioner s care arrived with more news Moran had been properly identified identified as twenty year old Fernand Bony Delicious. Hell the next morning Christmas Day Bonier was due in court an hour before the arraignment an order for his coffin was already placed. His sentence was all but set standing before the judge Bone Yang once again insisted that he acted alone without any co conspirators. He looked straight into the judges eyes and said all he did was bring justice to a traitor leader who stood in the way of the Union of France Bony. As lawyer tried to argue that he needed more time to defend his client. But the judge didn't WanNa to hear it. Bonier had been found with a gun in his hand. He had admitted to planning the crime in advance. That was all the court needed to convict him. After a short deliberation the tribunal reconvened and sentenced Bonia to death the sentence would be carried out by firing squad the next it's morning later that evening bony. ACL was visited by captain. Goulard who immediately suspected something was off with the assassin story with less than twenty four hours left to live Bonia was suddenly chatty he eagerly divulged more details of the murder plot including the fact doc that he didn't act alone he was only one small parts of a bigger conspiracy and the conspiracy might have been bigger than anyone. Guest Bonier told Schilling confident tone that I am calm. London has been advised overnight. News of the assassination finally started crossing the wires across the Globe and many of the detectives and officials who were interviewed. Were just as unsure about whether bone Yay would actually be executed. He had killed Admiral Dr Lawn of course but Dr Lon was widely really hated in North Africa France the US Britain and recently Nazi Germany. To there were few people left. Who would still go to bat to to avenge the admiral's murder but one journalist overheard French military commander on regional uttering an eye for an eye? A tooth youth for a tooth justice was about to be served after all in the early morning. Hours of December twenty sixth bone Yay awoke in his cell only hours away from his execution his calm bravado had turned to panic and desperation he requested paper to write one final letter. No one had any paper on them so he fumbled in his jacket pocket and found an old business card from his uncle. He addressed the note to his fellow. Conspirator Ritter Father Cordray writing. Please intervene immediately. I have full confidence in you but you must act fast very fast. Just the chaplain assigned bony sell promised to deliver the note but by the time cordier read it it would be too late. Police escorted bone Yay out of his cell and into Sunday Square. As he walked Bonia appeared up toward the balconies rooftops hoping that his allies would intervene at the last moment. They didn't Bonier took his place stoically. GLI against the firing poll. He held his chin up firmly his eyes fixated on the barrel of the gun at seven. Forty five am. He received the French ritual. Twelve bullets into the body later that morning the count of Paris us on the fourth arrived from Rocco to see new chief of armed forces. General Giraud the count pleaded that bony be spared. The twenty. Your oldest sassine was little more than a child and he had acted merely out of patriotism rising from his chair. Giraud lean close and informed the account that in accordance with the law the court had already executed bone. Yea earlier that morning but bona's death was only the beginning in the wake of his execution and his death bed. Confession word was starting to spread that he hadn't acted alone. The question now was an weather. There had been a conspiracy. It was how high the conspiracy went. Uh We'll look into the theories about Dr Lawns. Assassination right after this. Thank you so much for listening. We WanNa take this time to tell you that assassinations will be taking the next two Mondays off. We'll be back with the brand new episode and an important announcement on January six. In the meantime we do have a special gift to share with you while we're away. We'll be airing our listeners. Most requested episodes of two thousand. Nineteen if you'd like to check out the most requested episodes it's from podcasts. Other shows subscribe to park cast presents to hear our best of two thousand nineteen from everyone here at par cast. We'd like to wish you a happy holiday season. We are thankful for your support and look forward to bringing you even more unique and entertaining podcasts. In the New Year sure. Thanks for listening.

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"chie" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"chie" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"What does that mean. I'm losing power like Pharaoh what power I'm just a guy just walking around. You know saying we're power. You do look a little less on power these days. You Look Louis Powerful. I'm not as powerful. I'm getting a haircut on Wednesday. You WanNA see power there. You go now. There's some power coming back. okay. Penny Pierce I she's back at it suggest dreamy about it. You didn't say with that thing. I'm doing it appears. She thought it was Tony Crisp. No Tony Crisp was the last while Tony Tony Tony Crisp the desire to do whatever the fuck about thirty dollars for you in the mailbox. Pierce suggests she said there's multiple meetings. There could be it might mean that you are worried about your attractiveness or appearance medals indicate that you are concerned by your ability to communicate or concern that you might have said something embarrassing sing. My teeth are falling out tonight. Why because my dreams that I've talked about yeah you're embarrassed. I don't dude. I suck somebody my dream. I don't give a fuck to complete. I thought you were the one getting sucks. I'll suck somebody in my dream. I don't give a fuck man. I'm mad opened my I dream sexuality fucking curious in my dreams. I'll sock aisle faulk. I'll get player bro Dream. Do you have to crush this dream bullet. He got this crust. This thick daddy in there for me to even remember you yeah. You'RE GONNA I angered forget this forget. All your dreams like ten minutes after you have if you were a gay dream that guy gave it to. That's what I'm saying. If I remember fuck me right yeah I might be getting gay. fucked like like has raised it. You know you've probably been gave fuck mad but they gave me trash Dick's. Don't even remember I'll tell you about my guys. Let me transfer Yeah Charta Rub our heads together. Yeah Yeah fucking head Bud each other pass. Outs wants ridiculous ridiculous got. Can I ask you this yeah. Would you ever Have you seen eternal. Sunshine is spotless mind yeah with. I don't remember red. I saw years ago okay so it's like it's Jim. Carrey and Kate winslet's a very good movie. I recommend you watch it again. Yeah it's about a guy in a couple ah a guy and his girlfriend Kate winslet has her memory deleted I of him okay. They have this technology technology where you could get rid of memories and then Jim Carey's story of him deleting her from her memories from his memories is the plot of the movie. It's what you say and he has the relive all the dreams and all all the good times that they had together. Would you ever erase anything from your mind if you could. I don't think so if you had the technology to be like yeah I like. I want to get rid of this and I'm not saying like something horribly. Traumatic is obviously would want that. You wouldn't WanNa have that but I'm just saying like stuff like you don't want to think about. I guess it would be very mundane things like I. I couldn't give you an example. I guess it would have to be traumatic for you. Like actually you want it to be gone. If you want me to get like super serious right now like I don't think getting rid of a traumatic memory. Does you any good. I think that traumatic memories some make you a better person and they like help you in a way you know it's still traumatic and you bring it with you everywhere but it does make you either a stronger person or whatever it helps you get to a certain point but I think for me. It would just be like mundane shit because I would never want to forget something like important. Even if the a person I hate the most they teach you stuff right about like someone who's like portrayed. You are like whatever they teach trae yeah. It was fun. Benedict Arnold the game of thrones show but I think I would get rid of two like it would just be like Oh man I just I don't know like a yeah like a hundred and fifty dollar ticket and you pay it and you'll let me just forget about this. I would want to think about like dumb shit. I've done though like breaking windows as a kid or something like sometimes I think about moments like that and I'm like yeah but see that's what the goodest John's is fucking asshole. That's good because if you never did those things. You'd probably think it was a good idea all right now imagine if you just saw me outside throwing rocks at windows change my locks that's for sure as a third fossil rocks be losing. T- thing actually have that but they don't fall out. I like the burst out of my mouth was. I'm smiling so hard and that maybe because because I sometimes I grind my teeth and my sleep is fucking joker like this from break now mind fallout yeah. It's weird. I'm insecure chief the wake up from that dream notice your teeth or there and you're like thank you all the time about the school brush every two for four four minutes but it says like you're worried about your practice or appearance that I'm insecure about my tease. That could be why I have that. Dream too could be that don't tell and works for me. Dreams about dying drew's about dying as you're thinking about dying or you're thinking about losing someone. popular dream interpretation suggests that such dreams reflect anxiety about change or fear of the unknown. That's literally like my the whole life yeah. I never really have these dreams. Though I've had dreams where I die I had dreams where I've been on. My fucking deathbed before yeah I've had that too. We've had deathbed dreams. I think so people come to be like Danny father. They bring like Frankencense and Moore put their hands on always such a sick person's face. It's like the back of your hand the Little Bit Kinda gross and you're like. I don't want this child. Fuck you you fucking side. Swipe your face. I will say right because in romantic situations to there's this what this is not comforting yeah but it sexy though it's not if due due to my dream whoever Fox me tonight rubs my rubs his hand on my face like this. I'm none dude I don't. I don't believe in that. This is stupid. How do you rub face. I I just I go. I get right here. I hold onto your fucking the back of your skull. You know what I'm saying so it's like you don't know if I'm about to choke the life out of you or puts you to bed. Sometimes I kiss a lot while she's sleeping like hundred forehead. Oh Yeah you know what I'm saying. It'd be mouth. Kissing isn't Zan. Is that weird to do that not on the forehead that's cute. Is it yeah I mean. You can't be kissing the slumbered on the mouth. That's a little crazy. We'll get one. They're just like she's like just an kissing her open mouth in strange man. I just feel like people are so vulnerable double in their sleep so like smooch kind of comtesse toughened like nine like a cool New York way talks in your kiss ambigious when they're sleeping and it's tough it's tough. Dogs is not a little weird dreams about taking a test literally never ever not once. I've had dreams where I've taken tests but not to the point where it's like any test I've ever taken in a dreamlike. Hasn't I've been in an important or integral part of the dream. It's just like it was a setting yeah. I don't I don't get this but Craig Hamilton Parker off. CHP Jesus Christmas to dream of failing an exam being late for one or being unprepared shows that you feel unprepared for challenges of Waking Life. Wow that's fucking great analysis. HP Thanks H. I. Could've fucking guests that drunk on my stoop dreams about infidelity. Okay I guess this. I guess probably means that like you're unfulfilled in the bedroom or some shit of we back. I got my swag bag. Oh Oh oh Pootie farve game back baby. I smell that immediately do now. That's not me that's your garbage. I think it hit a hallway jetstream dream executives in my in my brain right now NA NA man. I'm tasting it yeah yeah yeah. I think you change your diet for sure. More fiber is not very sweet. Shit hurt carry on you but yeah infidelities probably w not fulfilled in the bedroom or like which will partner. Shit you be thinking about like I'm not getting sucked away. I WanNa get sucked not me yeah. It's an I mean I mean this one just shortly sucking me right. Ma Oven hugging yeah. That's right ause to live rock. I'll be having these dreams Chie in his shortages. Not she suck me. You know what I'm saying she. They suck me right yeah. Man People talk like that around here that that's like a conversation I've heard on the one train maybe five thousand never have one and like the ghetto like people like in your neighborhood like older than you and you're like seventeen years old. Try to offer you life advice and they say shit like you know the way to get a girl to like. Do what you want you just. This got fucking. Shit on her. You know what I'm saying like. Do this guy gets worse but you have to sit there and be like Oh. I feel you man. I'm dude. You're twenty seven and you're hanging out in a park with a seventeen year old boy. He's got a Yo no pushy. F- I've never seen him with one bitch and he's like oh no well. Let me tell you something about these girls right. They want you to like they want you to hit them. They want you to like like like throw sand in the face the to throw same spill over me go to a girl's house to house and she's when she's sucking you got a flat the face establish dominance on that s right when you about the come just pop on top of the head not into Taliban. Just be like I'm coming. You know what I'm saying the shit they love. Mit Oh honestly this is the worst advice ever been given in my Llano Carl going to try it yeah but if you're wrong off I'm going to be in trouble. My boss at one of my old jobs not at elite daily I was working at a pizzeria time. He calls me obviously yeah. You could make him goes. You cut a fought girls face while she's sucking you off like I gotta go like on a delivery rain because there's there's like dudes that are jokey about like sex then there's dues at our dead ass like. Yo you ever dislike WANNA. Fuck Choco Bitch and you're like Nah I'm like I don't know we mean though like what do you mean like like sexually chocolate like nobody likes like no what I'm saying. I'm like Nah not right. Now you ever like paddle a bitch. Well give it just one missile dropkick a bitch from the top. Your Hurricane Rana spawned bond busted your bitch. You ever give you a girl that wall Jericho or something the Boston crab not a resolute put a digital bulls agree can't even have sex like that yeah. I don't think you can be it's like issues with trust loyalty and Communication Dreams About Flying Ma Ma Fucker Wanna be like you WanNa like gain.

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"chie" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"chie" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"And then he ran the poo all around the house, and I just best inch taste because I was like, I don't know what to do about this. I cried a lot that week. It was it was quite emotional ups and downs and sires literal shit at all it was everywhere. Yeah. It was everywhere and it really smells. He's he's he's gonna fos metabolism because he has to keep warm because he's not going fab. He eats a lot of food. He fought Salat. Like, it's a whole thing. Weighty have to love sphinxes to get one fine, and my friend dot chie rescued a cat and she lived in a festival fest flow flat. And she was like, oh, this is think would a too. So okay. And she was like, it's basically a toilet shaped litter tray. He put it by the toilet. And they go on it like it's a normal to try. And then once they used to going on that you then put it on top of the toilet. And then they go they jump up, and they go and it still at its tray. And they go on that. And then you can take out the inset littering, and they've got different compartments that you added in and each ones different sized hole. So you start with a small hole and litter and then you replace in the Hogan's Baker in this litter. So eventually, there's no insight. There's no literal and they just going on the toilet. And it took them like a week to get used to going on there with a whole really not a long time. So I think they would like tiny. And then it took a while for us to get to a point where they had no litter, and they were really guy. But now they just go on the toilet. I mean, when I first heard about this instantly, my mind went to meet the parents, or whatever that movie's called the is I don't know which one it is. But I love those movies so much and Jinxi cut us. Is the human toilet? He does. And so when you told me that I was like I need to see it. I did get a photo, and it is really a site. Yeah. It's really a site. He kind of they kinda squawked on the side and then go into the toilet. So we are going to get back to your career. But I just really want to discuss the fact that you're so weird. Like, you're the weirdest person. I maybe I've ever met, and I love it. And that's what you told me about yourself, you you you take pride in this. Yeah. I quite like, well, those two things I don't mind being different. I think that's good. Because if we all the same it would be just a very boring weld. And also, I like to make people laugh, so those stories, you know, it's always good to be to go out to dinner and be able to have Palau story about you toilet, you cap shitting on the toilet or yourself shitting. You're shooting yourself on poop stories there was a little stories. I mean that isn't an old old..

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"chie" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

GSMC Bible Study Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"chie" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

"Podcasts at www dot chie mc podcast dot com you can download those podcasts anywhere that you listen to podcasts any app that you use for mobile devices and you can follow us on social media facebook twitter tumbler and instagram gmc bible study again thank you for joining me join me again on sunday for another episode in the meantime where have you seen the living christ where have you seen the lord and has your thinking of that i hope that you will remember that you are a beautiful and beloved child of god thank you you're listening to the golden state media concepts bible study podcast part of the golden state media concepts podcast network you can find this show and others like it at www dot jesus mc podcast dot com download our podcast on itunes stitchers soundcloud and google play just type in jesus mc to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music throw sports entertainment and even weird news you can also follow us on twitter and on facebook thank you and we hope you have enjoyed today's program there's a new home decor store opening and carry that'll make you smile and your home shunning home centric you'll find inspired styles most wanted brands and unbeatable value so come to the home centric grand opening celebration in crosswords plaza may third through the sixth each day the first one hundred fifty guests will get a scratch off card for chance to win a two hundred and fifty dollar shopping spree don't miss it home centric inspired living for latte.

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"chie" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"chie" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Of the excerpts here in american businessmen who worked for years undercover as an fbi confidential witness was blocked by the obama justice department from telling congress about conversation and transactions he witnessed related to the russian nuclear industry's effort to win favour with bill clinton and hillary clinton and influence obama administration decisions his lawyer tells the hill all right goes on to say victoria tensing attorney victoria tensing we're going to have on the show ourselves a little bit of a former reagan justice department official and former chie council of the senate intelligence committee said tuesday she is working with members of congress to see if they can get the trump justice department or the fbi to free her clients of talk two lawmakers when askar will cut of progress she's been able to enjoy thus far as it relates to that goal because she points out quote all the information about this corruption has not come out she said in an interview tuesday quote again and so my client the same part of my clients that made him go into the fbi the first place says hey this is wrong which it i do about it unquote now she goes on to say hey the other covered client witness quote a lot of bribery going on around the us on copa was asked by the fbi to signing nondisclosure agreement that prevents him from the revealing what he knows to congress tensing explain now here's my question if this guy was coerced the by default he should be released they have to show that he was coerced can they do that they go on the run a report when he tried to bring some of the allegations to light in the lawsuit last year quote the obama justice department threatened him with loss of freedom they said they would bring a criminal case against him for violating in nd a tensing at unquote now why this moshe measure i think about it this measure the government can argue that in the name of preempting a smaller illegality that government can keep secret it's own even greater acts of illegality committed by officials as well see isn't that an each rick oh in the name of of complying with this smaller consideration of legal behavior we're going to be able to a properly shield ourselves from questions concerning even greater acts of illegality isn't that a neat trick i'm sorry it seems.

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