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"chuck junior" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Well something those guys are. Awesome billy after this pandemic's over the three of us go pissed because they said they're coming down here. I believe unless. I cut that part out of the interview said that they. They're planning a trip when this is over. It would drink on assets under the table outside of the actual restaurant before we get out of here. I wanna give a shout out. Crack the guy that blacked out in miami I want everyone to go to his twitter account because he he mentioned in the interview that he's been going through a bit of a rough time. This year's been tough on a lot of people but especially for him He was talking about being on medicaid struggling to find a therapist in his area and he talked about A bar in his area where a bunch of people he's close with just lost their job and Because of these hard times and he started a gofundme for them so I want people to check out everything. Because that's a good dude. Craig is and He's trying to do good things for people and he's trying to better himself by talking to somebody and he needs some help with it so Check out his twitter account. It's at willie. Chuck junior craig kurkin dollars. His name. At willie chuck junior yet. Check him out Sorry that was want us make awkward but just wanted to give him a shot at their next week with. George clooney all right. We should do that. I've always thought that'd be funny bit but it kind of loses. Its wind the bit as soon as the interview starts like interview. Guide named michael jordan. And then just advertise like michael. Jordan's coming on. His last name is clooney but his first name is like john. Like that's a good idea. But then all of a sudden you end up in the interview and you're talking to some guy named michael jordan and it's like well we're gonna talk about. We did that with tiger tiger clock instead of tiger woods. All right well. This was fine. I have a question for you. Did you just clap thing. You do at the end of something. It's kinda like dan like whenever he's done with an interview he kind of just claps and throws his hands up like done. Yeah but that's a frustrating. Dan Now christmas like the quarterback braiding up the huddle yep. That's exactly what i did. Ready break. i sometimes. I do it You know what. I was gonna make it. I was going to make a joke. Like sometimes i clap but you know what really done enough of that. We don't need to bring it to that level or above get onto gutter. It's gonna make a joke that at the end of sex. Clap sir anyways mystery. Craig wrap it up. Maybe two months later too much information rate review subscribe. You know whatever clapping wife feels about that and make it clap..

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"House in these scenes to the original boggy creek film because in that again these there was there weren't like Ratcheting up any of the like the rural qualities of the people at felt felt very straightforward and the sets were very simple and almost really like they shot it in an empty house and just moved in minimal furniture to make it look like someone lived there. But but this scene crenshaw's house is like. Oh it's like texas chainsaw house levels of filling it with spooky junk and then we immediately clear that crenshaw has a secret. He's got some kind of gatland going that involves building big fires He seems very interested in the fact. That charles pierce's character is a doctor. He he's confused about the idea of being a doctor of something other than medicine And there's this great line which is actually like in a different context of this could be an amazing piece of dialogue crenshaw says to him he says now you got the book learning and the doctor power. I love that can can you explain. What crenshaw's plan is i really. Don't understand what he was trying to do. Do you well like you said at night. He has to farmers he has to keep these large blazes going and apparently this is what has happened. He has obtained a young creature and he is keeping the young creature and it night. He has to Have these big blazes to raise up these enormous fires to keep the the the creature parent the mother creature. What have you at bay to keep it from. Rampaging in claiming it's young one but in terms of crenshaw's master plan here. I'm not sure like it's not like he loves the little creature and wants to you know. Keep him there as a pet like betty. He also doesn't seem really anxious to exploit this. You know he's not say he doesn't. I don't remember there being anything where he's like. Yep i got. I got letters out to the newspapers about this. Or i'm trying to get a documentary shot. I'm just looking for funding. Now there's none of that. It's just like the seems to want to keep it there. I'm going to sell it to the ripley's believe it or not. I mean maybe it's deeper than we're giving credit you know this is about ownership of the wilds. This is this is the force of crenshaw versus the force of the creature. Okay yeah maybe maybe we should chew a little more than we bite off here. Yeah i mean. We got to consider the the primordial mass of crenshaw. That's right okay So anyway he whatever his plan is it involves trying to keep the big creature away while he's got the little unin his house then night falls chuck. Junior is still shirtless. because he always is Then the the main characters overpower crenshaw and they give the little boggy creature back to the big one and it departs and and that's pretty much the end right. You get the final narration or charles b pierce of moralizes about about nature and about traditions and then in the very andy says in the legend will continue because god intended it that way. Basically charles b pierce brings balance back to the force at the end of this. He puts things right because crenshaw has disrupted everything and now it is set in its appropriate place. But it's weird because crenshaw is the guy who's like there's not even supposedly a road to his house he's living out with the with the wilderness and it takes this big city professor and his big city students..

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"And that's it then. It walks away and he walks away and now. The barn is famous for for the barn mischief. Yeah this is. This is great because this is another sane. That's pretty much recreation of something from the first film and it's very much in keeping with the i felt like this is like a little pocket of maku drama thrown in on the journey into the wilds and this happens throughout the movie. They just keep stopping so that charles. B pierce can tell a story of a sighting of the the boggy creek creature. Sometimes frightening sometimes Clearly told for laughs. Yeah and then so he finishes telling the story and then they just leave they get in the jeep and go off to greener pastures. They didn't they come across a dead deer on the road. And this is notable for some reason. I'm not sure why like if you drive around in south you're gonna come across dead deer on the road a lot but they decided to stop and debate for awhile about what killed it. Chuck junior states pretty much twice in a row in the exact same words. I don't believe any car truck hit this year. I don't believe any car truck killed this year. And then they move on. They set up camp in the woods. i think they're trying to go to a place where the monster has been cited and we should stop in notes something about the situation of this campsite it. Charles b pierce has a camper trailer that basically has nor add incited. they're like computers with motion sensors. And all these all this technology it turns into that scene in congo where they set up the perimeter with cameras and sensors and laser guns and stuff. Yeah i mean it. It's possible that that he was inspired by congo. Because the novel came out in one thousand nine hundred eighty. So oh yeah i mean certainly charles. B pierce is into films about Killer apes you know well serious apes and eight movie. That's true but that wouldn't come out. The movie wouldn't come out until later so he would have had to read the book. He would have had to read the book. Which i think that scene in it. Essentially i think so. We'll we'll come back to that because it figures into the plot because so then they move on They go to another ape. Stop a sort of a monster. House house were something supposedly happened one time but they don't really get into it because as they arrive at the house they are attacked by a mad dog and then in this interminable seeing they just run around trying to hide from the mad dog and then warning unfortunately this movie does not pass the does the dog die tested they just they shoot the dog that is foaming at the mouth And there was. There was a great subtitle when i was watching it The subtitle was just brian. Groans and afterwards. Rachel and i were talking about how this movie was. The brian jonestown massacre..

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"chuck junior" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"This is. Marie Apple Lewis Lakers. Come the LA LAKERS. Yes it did and that's the. They started here. So in Detroit Labor out of the city. Dearborn Michigan Yeah? But here's the question. Is that the the season that the that the gems had was so bad that it qualified the Minneapolis Lakers for the first overall draft pick. The guy that they got was Tom do you know Michael Jordan Mike in? Number one overall who at the time was like. So greatest basketball player that ever lived we're getting a little bit off the. So That's how George Mike La Choice turn the ball over to Minneapolis so that's The the Lakers just winning division. Jedi stop they've tied the Celtics. Won Seventeen world chips in the Lakers and the seventeenth. So it's yeah but. Gain, but because of the thousand dollars because of the. season. that. got. George George Mike and the original superstar right I superstar the NBA is so George Mike and when he played for the Minneapolis Lakers, then he went to the Los Angeles Lakers and it became like the I like La Lakers superstar. So that's how the Lakers are like you literally came from Detroit He's got to binders full of stuff and he just keeps pulling them out. Oh Okay on who in Wayne? That's Wayne Gretzky. Yeah. That's the only sports picture in history where the little kid beat the champion and goals. Only picture ever taken all remain the kid coming back. He was he was twelve years old there was the. Head the record we gotta show that viewers today not yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a copy of copy but Yeah. That famous picture of Gordian. When when Gretzky was like a eleven or twelve years old Who is your favorite player from the Lions? Who's your favorite player? I just wanted to mind Bobby Lane I had the Mind was Barry Sanders but we're talking about thirty five lions. Probably cushion. I mean not eight players because L. Cardiac say how dots it could have been a couple of favorites. I gotTa tell you a story. If you look at nineteen, thirty, four, Chuck Bernard all he's Oh yeah. We talked about them already I went to school I met his son Chuck Junior I went to school with his daughter okay. That's what Ford High School in there and his dad his dad came into Laurel Park the other day I was talking about Laura Parka so it. So night train lane was your favorite Meant. Balmy Lane. Musk's. Cop I mean I'm not talking about Bobby Lane I played football thirty five they call nitrogen lane is that was that he was six But that's the you said, that was your favorite lion no, no my two favorite lions were Walker and Bobby Lee. Matter of fact I had. Put. Bobby lean on one shoulder bed. Favorite players. What. Let me tell you. Can I also who's your favorite lines players? Like right now. Well. Berry. Is Up there number one for me. I. Period, Calvin Calvin Johnson Bennie. Blades well knows about Bennie blades out there. Let me go back. Let me go back to the thirty five game they played. What Kushner told me that the when he went into, see a mirror playing the giants it was a very cool. A matter of fact that the crowd that showed up at Titan stadium was fifteen thousand lowest crowd ever watch. was. A bad day. But HDD walked in and he knew Dutch Clark personally and he knew eight pusher, he will mall the main concern was they want that broadcasts to get back to Portsmouth on the championship game there was only one radio station in Portsmouth was WPA Massey question question..

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Get up there and everything in the world of sports. Here is Peter shorts. Sports flash. Aggression. The winds of change ER set to blow through Washington D. C. According to SportsBusiness Journal. The Redskins intend to announce tomorrow they'll be retiring. The nickname A new nickname will not be immediately announced as the team is working through a trademark issue and a charm line for such announcement. Remains unclear. The NFL players also reportedly to meet on Monday hopes for green the terms on a return to work. Training camps set open just over two weeks. Cardinals owner Michael Bidwell released the hospital in Rhode Island and for testing positive for covert 19 last week on a baseball while the Indians are looking into whether appears there'll be no name change in Atlanta. Raves have emailed a season ticket holder. So they saying they will not be changing their nickname, but they'll take a further look at the future of the Tomahawk chop at a NASCAR cold. Custer picked up his first career Cup serious victory, winning a Kentucky Speedway. That was the best car I've ever driven in my life, everybody that's HR. Really brought an unbelievable car. You might bend avid on the box. I mean, how is unwinnable? Lester, courtesy of Fox. More in Chuck's Junior, finished second. Matt Benedetto third Golf College work Our won a playoff against Justin Thomas Capture the Workday Charity Open in Dublin, Ohio, work A lot of work to do, adding it to the final round. Had a good start. And that helped him being three.

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"chuck junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Pulled out the obstruction. Love it. Love it. Love it. Love it 855 to 1 to four, CBS. 855 to 124227 You want to hit me up on Twitter at the reald Gresh G R E s h for Ah, You know those Seinfeld episodes to take with you the most. Please feel free and again. Thank you down in Alabama for asking the old question. Quick question for you. Yeah. Yeah, brother. What do you got there, Shep? We both agree. For now. Big disappointment will both agree on that one. Terrible, terrible. The best part of the finale was frankest stands AA yelling at Steinbrenner. You know the whole $13 million to him, Dickie here, Abu and you know that he screwed that line up 1/2 dozen times for him to finally get out. Irabu like that. Ah, that that to me was that and Jackie Childs with the whole It's very clear. It's very clear to everyone. This woman's a little talker. Either We get some kind of high powered microphone on this move on Ah, man, those air those air maybe. The best two lines on that, But Shep on with you. Hey, Chef! Boy, I got you here quickly. T b t Did you check it out? I did, man and let me can tell you my very quick takeaway. Gresh, please, please Dio Joe Johnson. Should be in the association. Ah, Joe Johnson, by the way, is playing overseas, and Joe Johnson was a part of the team that they got beat tonight. Who was the I think it's like a four time defending champion and it's tied into players. They're playing overseas. But, chef I'm glad you said that, because, like we talked, and I know that you put out a very big thing on your Twitter is well at the Good Shepherd underscore. I do believe Where you were stumping for Crawford, Jamal Crawford to get a job which I do believe he got one. Uh, but Joe Johnson's know one of those guys Chef to your point. Bring him off the bench. Give me 10 minutes a game. He could shoot the three like that. That's a that's a guy worth having on your roster at this point in time, Easy, easy, and you know what dress? You can make a legitimate argument that that guy's a Hall of Famer. Well and to your point there, Chef. When you're putting people in the Basketball Hall of Fame, it's about the totality off their work. It's not just like you know, you're going to the Pro Football Hall of Fame because you had a great NFL career. When you go to the Basketball Hall of Fame. It's for everything. And I am with you, Shep. I think when you look at the in totality for a guy like Joe Johnson That's a guy who should end up in Springfield. I'm completely with you on that 1855 to 1 to four. CBS will college football and pro football go off and be played this year. What's your gut feel for both of those entities and how it's all going to go down 855 to 1 to four, CBS Let's get up there and everything in the world of sports Here is Peter shorts. Sports flash. I'll crash the winds of change ER set to blow through Washington D. C. According to SportsBusiness Journal. The Redskins intend to announce tomorrow they'll be retiring. The nickname nickname will not be immediately announced as the team is working through a trademark issue and a charm line for such announcement. Remains unclear. The NFL players also reportedly to meet on Monday, hopes are green the terms on a return to work. Training camps set open just over two weeks. Cardinals owner Michael Bidwell released the hospital in Rhode Island after testing positive for covert 19 last week on a baseball while the Indians are looking into whether yours they'll be no name change in Atlanta. Raves have emailed a season ticket holder suddenly saying they will not be changing their nickname, but they'll take a further look at the future of the Tomahawk chop at a NASCAR cold. Custer picked up his first career Cup serious victory, winning a Kentucky Speedway. That was the best car I've ever driven in my life, everybody that's HR. Brill brought an unbelievable car you might bend avid on the box. I mean, how is unwinnable? Lester, courtesy of Fox. Warren, Chuck's Junior, finished second at Benedetto. Third Golf College work Our won a playoff against Justin Thomas Capture the Workday Charity Open in Dublin, Ohio, work how a lot of work to do leading into the final round had a good Start and that helped him being three shots back to Justin. Thomas. I know. You know,.

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"That's the time line that the please previous things in their past. And there's no reason reason and then hurricanes like before all that heels like everyone knows when I was at the bar I'm at the bar all night. I left with two girls. I took them home. I drop them off. They can say he took us home and dropped us off. But then he wanted to go back. He wanted to get more money these gambling, and that was when he came back and got. So he's either unaccounted for alone, which doesn't match the story of two shooters, going to the spy or he's with the three guys because then after they've dropped off Royster now there's the two. So the time line of who is with. And when also doesn't really jibe with the story. Yeah. So he's found he and John are found guilty. And there's I again like it's worth listening to this podcast because there's so many more details than what I'm giving, but their stuff about, like they did a, a big search to two hundred potential. Jurors bring it down. There was it was weird. There's like fourteen people on the jury that here, the whole trials like alternates, I guess slightly. I don't think they do it this way anymore because they have a bigger jury than who's going to be the true. Jury that here's everything and then when it's time to go deliberate. That's when you decide who the alternates are. And so they're like, all right. So now everyone's name gets thrown a piece of paper and thrown into a hat. And then we'll pull out the two people that aren't a part of jury on everything. Everyone here's everything, and that's how it like right now, you have alternate jurors in case someone has to get dismissed for whatever reason, but you always know, the whole trial that you're the alternate unit might not come to you whereas back then. Or in that state, it's everybody's listening. You don't know if you're going to be part of the jury. So what John was saying. He's like, do I didn't make a big enough of a ruckus at the time. But when they pulled the name out, he goes, I saw the one black guys name. His piece of paper was crumpled. They intentionally had us with an all white jury, and, you know, blah, blah, blah. So they go to prison and there's a bunch. There's like appeals and stuff. It goes through bunch of other like in nineteen seventy five seventy four hurricane hires. Like a PR person, essentially, and he's like, hey, let's get some publicity around this. And that's when Muhammad Ali gets involved, and he starts highlighting the story and talking about it, there's a really great. Bob Dylan song, which is super catch like when we're done here. I'll play it just tells the night of the murder, like he goes through all the details of it, and that kids like huge notoriety when Mohammed Ali was on the tonight show with Johnny Carson. He was like, hey, hurricanes in jail, like there's all sorts of publicity around it. And it does it starts to pick up seem, and I feel like he gets pardoned by some, but, like he ends up being freed and John Artis ends up being freed after twenty years in jail and hurricane moves up to Canada. He still has having trouble with, like he's beating women. He like they're still like, oh, things that are kind of he's not a great do. Yeah. And yet, I think he passed away a couple years ago in, like two thousand two magic prison helped in any way to know. Like in one part of the podcast, they're talking about how they're driving around with John, and he seems like this really just jovial dude. And he's just like listening to his favorite sign. He's like drumming on the stereo and they're like, and it's kind of like he's missing a ton of fingers because he got some auto immune. Oh, thing in prison that like cost him finger like it. Ravaged both their lives with in a state where they give kind of compensation for time spent 'cause I found guilty. I think they serve time. Nobody both had. So that was the other thing they were both sure once if it's a federal crime like that. And if it's first degree murder, when the jury comes back, it's the only time the jury like in that moment, you're also gonna know what your sentences got because normally you're found guilty. And then you come back for sentencing, but in a capital murder crime like that. That's I agree. The jury comes and they go you're found guilty. And then, like the second breath is we either recommend mercy or we don't, and if they don't recommend mercy. It's the death penalty, and if they recommend mercy, it's life in prison, and so they came back and said, we recommend mercy, which was not expected if see was the thing that they got. And later, there are some people who interview jurors and it was the female jurors who said, oh, and they deliberated for like five hours wasn't a long deliberation. And they were like, oh the moment, we hit jury chambers. Everyone was guilty cool. We all know guilty. Let's talk about that, and they argued about whether they were gonna. Like kill them. Live. And it took five hours for them to like sway, the gym that, I what's land on life in prison. Yeah. Wow. Yes. So I don't I couldn't find as if it was a true pardon. If like I don't think it was a presidential pardon, or like do you how we go? I don't know. I haven't felt like I'm curious to see 'cause I think in future episodes that are coming up. They offer some other theory because it's it looks bad that there's that they're out the car close the car matches now. Is it that people are inventing seeing them get, like, maybe you saw that car drive down that street? But we know that that's not great. And like I, I definitely don't take the robbers who wanted the word money like the one person who sticks out to me is the lady who lived above, but she just saw two black jump into college. She didn't really see that she'd see gold lettering, on a licensed in the middle of the night like that, like, you would sit like think of a California plate how it's like a white background with red letters, and you would know like in Oregon's going to be white with. Like you knew it's not a normal. Yeah, yours. The state you live in place. She didn't say it's a New York plate. She said, it's not it's an out of state license plates, not our allies in look kinda like this. But the fact that the people who were shot by people were like it wasn't those guys. And the way that one of the, the way the perpetrator who they're saying was Reuben. They're like he was tall. He was like six one he had a pencil thin mustache like they're describing someone who's not him at all. And they have is he's five eight. Yeah. Super Bill has a huge not a bald head and the guy at the hospital. He's like, no, that's not that's not look at them again. No one of the detectives in one of the tapes is talking about. He goes, what never came up is the that witness he does. He. There's a lot of like victim sympathy when he came into the like, because he couldn't walk, and he's got this huge wound and his like that he's not making any set. And like that's what that guy was like before he was shot. Yeah. He was a mess. He couldn't walk, and he made no sense. And everyone's thinking this is because he got shot in the brain. Heels put that is this is what that dude was like. Yeah. And what about the guy in the back of the car that they dropped off, like his off on everything because one it didn't match the story. We know that they were like he was so drunk, there's no way he had anything to do with anything. No, I know. But, like, doesn't he give timeline to, like, okay? We have this guy. He was about witness like they brought him up there like he can't these remember either is a drunk or they portrayed him as drawn good would've. Remember the back? The obviously recognized him the I take the stand. So there's a major motion picture to watch denzel's, and he got a not an Academy Award nomination for it. So it should be a good movie. Any this podcast is really good was the podcast naming gas is called the hurricane tapes. Nice. And I think there's like thirteen episodes like five, and maybe that was really good. Yeah. Great tie could hurricane Chia's to all right, guys. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll see in the second page are he we are back from the break, and what a break it was he was. Like a good break. Those impressed with our break. We sobered up a little bit. Yeah. Snacks. We got water. We talked about game of thrones. It was fantastic. Better people definitely. All right. I'm gonna tell you a murder story. Well, he didn't mudo. So I kind of mentioned this in the beginning of the episode, but this was recommended by a listener her Instagram handle is Ray of sunshine. And she was like this is an ongoing story in Florida right now. Like I'm intrigued. Okay. So thank you for Ray of sunshine. I got a lot of my information from the Tampa Bay times as actually all this is from them. They have to Florida story. They have a huge like continuous ongoing story with what's going on. We can thank Josh Solomon lane degree, who does Arkell called the long fall. That's very detail in Zachary t- Samson. So the guys for all your your sources investigation. Yeah. Usually minor coming from like a bunch of different articles. But this one was find some. They're just too good. So good. Okay. So I'm gonna tell you about John nNcholas. John, Chuck junior hole. Alan Kay, John nNcholas. John, Chuck junior as a name would check what it would to Chuck would. Okay. So John is born on November eleventh, nineteen eighty nine in Tampa. Florida eighty nine. And I'm just going to get this out of the way now because I'm going to forget we picked this murder case with this cocktail 'cause Ray of sunshine was like, here's your murder. This is the cocktail, you need to use because hurricanes Florida, Florida hurricane. Yes. So there is the poor state of Florida hit by hurricanes basis. But also, it is the mascot to one of their colleges. So there you know. Yeah, good to know. Okay, so John's father, John. John, Chuck senior is a construction worker who has a drinking problem, and he arrested multiple times for beating John's mom, and he loses his license after too many DUI's. So he moves away when John is three years old. So he knows that at all earliest we're going to circle back. Yeah. Okay. So he's John is L living with his mother and he is five years old. It's like Tampa. Like, are we water, Florida? Or we. Panhandle florida. I'm gonna say somewhere near the water k- k so John mother leaves him when he's five years old, because she is a dicta- to cook eighteen so John's living with his mother and everything's going, all right? Until it turns around five years old and his mother kind of 'cause she's addicted to cocaine, and she's like in and out of jail. So he goes to live with his uncle Brian Morris. John is acting out at this point. He's five K. Yeah. He has a tach misuse, his there is moms there and he's just a huge handful. So when his birth father comes back into the picture demanding to raise John himself, they let John senior take him away. Can John gets thrown out of a dozen preschools?.

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"I think that is one of those shows that like the one time that I will have like a month where I'm doing nothing. Yeah, I will just like watching the wire for me. I wanna go back and do the wire, I haven't seen the way I tried to do it with a couple of relationships ago. And then boyfriend was like we to this is boring. And I was like, well, I bet it picks up everything. This refused. And I'm like, okay, cool, guess we'll ban in the wire, and then we did west west wing instead. Sloman says, well, so whatever. Okay. We all answered that, right? We've normally we talked for, like nine more minutes. I think that's it for this week's edition of sports shutt- to seek EMMY undies, they send me underwear. They send underwear to me, a big thanks for listening now. And again, later when you get home. You know how many times this week? We didn't have you last week to say how many times so just pick them anytime I think six I think they should, I think I'm gonna stay. Oh, you picking sick. Yeah. Someone awful concept. It's a brand new thing for them. Famously have never picked six before. You know, or you could always leave as an interview, wherever you're listening to this podcast, which, by the way, we read, and we love them like this five star review lovely from Willie Chuck junior that says I listened to the to the pot on my crappy phone. I haven't had a computer in a few years, but I bought one and sign up for tune. So I could write this review. Yeah, that's incredible. That's amazing things. They could do it on your phone probably. Tell them that. No, no, no. Yeah. You bought a computer. He's, he's lying. We may not have an apple phone. Yeah. But you can still thank you. Thank you so much junior. And don't forget to check out the meantime show featuring Lenny this week. She talks to f- St. which is Steve Pelizzola about the jets which they just had a bunch of stuff go down in that team. Plus they she's got part two of the QB roundtable with shipping container from the din lebatardshow who we love very much. We're actually here this weekend for show. So if you're going to see there, so go download the meantime, or just subscribe to.

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The table and that they need to avoid being seen as overreaching by voters in twenty twenty eight oh key reporting. Now that attorney general William bar is released a summary of the mall. Our report what should congress do next Tampa democratic congresswoman Kathy castor says it's time to see the full report not just a four page summary. I anticipate that the congress will continue to execute its oversight responsibilities. The Nabet eight from the constitution that we'll have a special counsel Muller and attorney general bar appear before the appropriate committees in the congress. So that they can ask questions on behalf of the American people six democratic committee chairs have signed a letter to the attorney general demanding that he released the full Muller report by April second, the former attorney for porn-star stormy Daniels is facing federal charges for trying to extort money from shoemaking giant Nike. Michael nutty is free today on three hundred thousand dollars bond last night as he was released ever naughty said he is highly confident that when all of the evidence is laid bare that I will be fully exonerated. Faces federal charges both in New York end here in Los Angeles in New York, he is charged with extortion. This was an old fashioned shakedown. That's US. Attorney. Jeffrey Berman Evanston. He is accused of trying to extort more than twenty million dollars from Nike by threatening to damage the company's reputation here in LA avenue is accused of Bank fraud and wire fraud. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Los Angeles, the murder trial of John John Chuck junior has begun in Pinellas courtroom. The twenty nine year old is charged with dropping his five year old daughter Phoebe from the dick Meissner bridge to her death in January of two thousand fifteen. John Chuck's attorney Jessica Manuel tells jurors during opening statements that are client did throw his little girl over the side of the bridge that night. But didn't know what he was doing John junior took his daughter whom he loved more than anybody in the world dropped.

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A news is a service of Jerry on Chrysler Dodge Jeep ram president. Trump says the attacks against him were treasonous and says it should never happen to another president the president's reelection campaign is already fundraising off the mullahs report urging supporters via Email to donate as never before to prove that they cannot be intimidated by the quote left wing mob. You're going to hear the words. Vindication. Exoneration at future Trump rallies, of course, and the president and his Republican allies will try to use the end of this investigation to de-legitimize any future. Scrutiny are continued scrutiny of the Muller matter or any other investigation. Congressional Democrats may launch major Garrett reporting attorney general William bars released four page summary. The Muller report and Tampa democratic congresswoman Kathy castor says the next step is for congress. To get its hands on the whole thing. Now, the the question will be when will the attorney general release the full report, certainly if he was able to make a determination, you know, in a short period of time that shouldn't take too long to just go ahead and release that full report Gaster says she doesn't anticipate any talk of impeachment and does believe it's time for members of congress to move on to other issues. Opening statements are over and testimony begins today in the Pinellas murder trial of John John Chuck junior the bay area dad who threw his five year old daughter Phoebe office, sunshine skyway approach bridge in January of two thousand fifteen assistant state attorney Paul bolan tells jurors Phoebe fell seventy feet to her death. Officers were looking over the bridge. They were in boats, everything they could do to try and find.

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"chuck junior" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Other desserts, chef J valley, tell me how to do a bunch of ninth cuts, and even chef accused here tonight taught me how to make my own tortillas, and that's kind of a cool thing that I got to you later on because I have all these little things I know how to do now which I can use to teach others I can use to make food for others. And that's also sharing the love. What was Chuck junior? Like, how did you do? I was running out. I like burn something in the last stage. Okay. So let me tell you like how ambitious she was too. She can still round and I'm gonna I can see what's going on. And I'm just really nervous. And she's I can't talk. She's inbetween things. He's crying because she's like so competitive, right? But the last thing was desert, and she wanted to floating Moraine, I can't do a floating ring. It's white. That's webs and one of the desserts a aunt candy lollipop. Simple syrup with it. But he was too hot. So she burnt the sugar and then she put the end right in. She scrambled it. And I was like my gosh. And it was who will your judges Alex going to Shelley Kimberly from big town little town and ensure own Hackman? Yes, Kimberly, not min insurance. Yeah. But names and sheep that may this is that she puts Schiff NADA like basil on top, some blueberries. I was like oh my God. Birzeit did not know that breakfast scrambled deserved. Spoke by him. How to use herbs? Speaking out, I turned around. And I was like I did not think that he was that high is not like this dove at home. I turned around like, oh, no. That was all my candy. And they're like, oh, you could ask for helping like no I am winning by myself. Like, I'm not going to use somebody elses food. So yeah. The host goes, you know, she has Katy over there. Borrows smirk candy. She's like absolutely not out of my own integrity. I am not taking her candy because I'm gonna win on my own accord brought my candies it so she had a little bit of a chart taste. Might be in one of these days. Do your friends in school have moms who work? Yes. But I don't think any of them work as long as my mom. How do you think? It's shaped you in terms of what you think you might want as a career one day your attitudes about work. So because an experiencing that I'm probably not going to be in the restaurant. Beyond. Fun. And I love working, mom and cooking is a big hobby of mine. Like, I don't know. Maybe I would open up like a small bakery one day who knows? But seeing my mom is just like, it's such a hard business. But whenever I go up. I've always been more. I love cooking. I love cooking. But. I like eating the food like probably almost as much we just saying a lot. And that's why one of the things I wanted to do was be like journalist food critic type person because I like writing about things I would say, I'm pretty opinionated. So whenever I was really young. I went to the fort fights and trinity groves, which was between all the restaurants. And I eat it in make my own little food of us which led to different stuff like being on good morning, Texas going on W for kid food reviews. So that's probably one thing that I wanna do when I grow up. But I mean, I guess we'll see I have a lot of hobbies. Still trying to figure it out your junior freshman my God, she's only a freshman. Well, you've got some future ahead of you. If you had to tell us what you think the future food is what would you say the future food? I had the same answer talks about this together. That's good. Sharing the love. I mean, some of my happiest moments just learning from other people cooking with my mom cooking for my family watching people's faces whenever they eat it. It's a good experience. Thank you, both is really an honor to pinky. New york. Thank you guys for having. Thank you. And for sharing their story and sharing the love before we get to our panel. Let's return to my chat with Sarah for no, the farmhouse cheesemaker whose family created the award winning carry gold Cashel blue.

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"chuck junior" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Happy birthday pickles. Love you. Polish off this. They said the one and only fats domino fats domino. The consummate rhythm and blues pianist and a true pioneer of rock and roll fats from playing in bars throughout warlanes at fourteen to outselling Little Richard Chuck Marion buddy Holly combined during the fifties. Elvis Presley, the only artist ahead of him on that list. Referred to him as the real king of rock and roll his influences spread far and wide his songs covered by everyone from the Beatles to Led Zeppelin. Here's Joey Dawson playing sax and singing lead on fats is one thousand nine hundred fifty seven hit on walking. I'm a walking. Yes. Indeed talking. Thank you. The. Thank you. Company. Thank you. What's he gonna do that? The. Kim. I'm hoping thank you back to me. I'm talking. The open. Thank you. As can be. Company. You back. Do you? What's he gonna do? You think about five hundred. Indeed. Thank you. Thank you. Come back. Guitar Chuck junior on the drums, Alex harbors on fiddle and the secret wizard himself. Mike Hellas on no-one base..

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"chuck junior" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On news ninety six five securities TC insecurities ain't members SIPC second and seven from their own thirty four with fifty eight seconds to play here in the. Half they trail. Jacksonville thirteen to ten in the first preseason game of the year shotgun for savage he's gone the distance for. New Orleans tonight He dropped to throw the Jags blitz fires in ball is caught but nice work by pain he tackled the title right to. The ground right, after the cat that was Dan Arnold tight may be tackled after about a, yard game in Peyton calls yet another time Doug marrone Take. It back Jacksonville has used the. Time out we want the. Ball back that was a nice job there by. Tom savage he's got a blitzing Nickelback Tyler patent coming off the edge right in his face and delivers an accurate throw. On time, I mean that's an excellent job there by the quarterback of. The Saint John's a better job by Donald Payne picking the pattern down in, his tracks focused on Thompson, doggone, alphabet Don You gotta remember to. About Donald Payne he was a safety in college he didn't he wasn't even asked to play linebacker until he got to. The Baltimore, Ravens camp last year then it was cutting and came here. And they continue to progress at linebacker here in Jacksonville job back at Mike, thirty five now here we. Go After, the, Doug Marrone timeout Doug trying. To get the ball back Jags blitz savage throws to the field of all Tipton incomplete. Threw it behind his intended receiver Josh hop so the? Time out, by Doug Marrone pays. Off Jacksonville is going to get the. Ball back after the punt here. Cody Kessler. Can make more statements about hey look I'm a really good quarterback if he leads the team. Down into little two minute drive gets three points at least can you change the narrative of, my guy from USC I mean. You've, said he's awful At all offseason guys playing well. Thomas morstead kicks it away at the short putt, Jay Don Mickens is going to, call for. A fair catch and make a diving catch near, the twenty four maybe the twenty three yard line speaking of pundits. We haven't seen the rookie at have, cook, and, that was a good job. Right there by Jay Don Mickens of making sure that that ball then hit the ground. And keep on rolling it was able to make that? Catcher right, at the point three Would have liked to. Have maybe caught that on the run and head north and south Cody, Kessler back yard, he, has eight out of ten for seventy seven, yards on the. Night shark Westbrook Rashad Greene all lined up to the right Corey grant the running back it'll be. A shotgun in a four man front, for New Orleans dropping, to throw his Kessler looking now he's. Going to scramble right again looking. Downfield scrambles guy just gonna throw it out of bounds nothing there Cody throw. It. Away it'll be second down with thirty one seconds to play in the half Jamaican nothing they're great coverage down the field zone And other routes graded space. At all and, Cody does the. Right thing talking you're the only bad thing is is that he probably could, have. Made a decision to throw it away In. Not us time on the scramble part but. That's all right chart to the left Westbrook and Rashad Greene to the right shotgun for Cody Kessler Catholic dropped again looking pump fakes he's going to get sacked, he pump fake one time and then he was sacked to the round of the twenty one yard line Devereaux Lawrence, made the tackle and now. New Orleans will use a timeout Cody Kessler had his safety valve which was Corey grant underneath with nobody within about eight to ten yard and you got time, out you've. Got, to be able. To find your safety valve. Corey grant in that instant, and not take a sack and burn that time out with a loss yardage So third and thirteen twenty five seconds to play in the first half With Jacksonville leading the New Orleans Saints thirteen to ten This is where, you handed off Okay love absolutely handed off force them views time out how many times They have. One left let me the preseason I've got DJ charcoal on the, field. I'm gonna let DJ charcoal vertical. And. Make appropriate to high safety Jeff it's not really a good way They handed off to Corey grant. On a little inside handoff or he's going to get tackled. Here the, twenty six yard. Line with nineteen seconds. To play Sean Payton. Uses his third and final time out. Of the house that's why you need to stick on the defensive, side. Ball wake on come by way Preseason. Though you know you're you're approaching the preseason is always going. To be, a little different Even though. His preseason hey Cody I know, we're, not supposed, to, throw a deep into to high safety looks at the cloud cover What to say, hey let's just throw it deepest split them who cares for vertical stresses safeties and. And, get charged on the, outside, so, here's Logan cook the rookie average forty two point seven last year for, Mississippi State he drank sorry Logan goodwill pun for the first. Time Six-foot-five Logan cook Get through the way too high. Pun pun there I pointed, out uniform field the nineteen yard line and cut down immediately by. B. j. chart terrific, work that. Time Brandon Tate. The punt returner but he is tackled inside his own twenty yard line with ten. Seconds to play you make plays like that as a gunner. On special teams DJ Chuck junior. Dead right, there You're making, a case. For being active. On game day he's taking a case on game because he's one of the better. Receivers I'm just saying that that also factor but my man's. 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"chuck junior" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"To five live on the podcast on thursday of course you do raw and smackdown but you never really touch on annex t at especially to five live i don't know i think there's so much wrestling cover we only get to what we get to that's why i try to limit the state of wrestling to five things because i don't want to just go on and on and on and on and on forever although i think that to five live has been improving by leaps and bounds every week you know i think leo rush is an amazing addition to that show i'm hugely oh rush fan and have been for a long time since cw i think mustafa is like his story should be so much bigger story i think we staff is like that is somebody who the wwe really be piggybacking onto and pushing that story out into mainstream i think he's going to be just a massive massive star so there are those and like i said i mean i'm i i'm so high on annex t but i also think that in terms of week to week those shows aren't necessarily as newsworthy as ron smackdown end up being so okay this one is a statement cow flash as the question oh at israel boroughs i r t women's championships do you know what ira team means i don't in in relation to in relation to women's champions championships chipping yeses misspelt in relationship to women's championships okay buddy just as men's division too many championships duluth haven't hard time with this i think i'm getting what he's saying but go on so to many championships deludes the importance of other championships ready and play right too many i got it because that's what i was saying that the question refers to a statement that i made about the question of whether a tag team championship or a secondary championship should should be added to the women's division and i said that because you'd have to add that championship to both rosters the roster's would become too thin to sustain the championships and make it so that real stories weren't being told anymore because you know every matches championship match i really liked the next two questions at willie chuck woolery that was it that was that was see was a statement it was an opinion that was like you agree right what's agreement that too many championships daily but i don't think that that applies to men like i think that there's women's right with us why said on the on the show i if the question is what about men's championships now that well just in case he meant it that way 'cause i was weirdly worded on it says just as men's division right that's why i was confused yeah i don't know i feel like this is like a doctor's ratings very confusing but i'll say that there are four more men on the roster than there are women and one of the main men's championships is off tv anyway so i think you've got plenty of men to sustain two singles championships and a tag team championship i think if you go to the attitude era when you had the world champion and european champion and intercontinental champion in us champion and hardcore champion tag team champion and there was no brand split that something but each brand has enough men that they don't have to worry about diluting the brand they don't have as many women as the number of people that's all at willie chuck junior all of the wrestler entrances sorry of all of the wrestler entrance songs in nj pw tna an ro h which would you like to be kept the most when the wrestler comes to wwe oh it's kind of a fun question that's really interesting do they do that can they do that so you can do anything that doesn't happen all that often naito definitely naito that i think i yeah yeah naito okay next one this is a real good one i think at tony something with t hey not sam love what you do and enjoy the podcast greatly my question is have you had the opportunity to meet vince mcmahon and if so please explain what it was like as a wrestling fan well yes have i had yeah i interviewed vince mcmahon a couple times first time was at the wrestlemania twenty three press conference battle the billionaires trump versus vince mcmahon and i was able to get one on one time with him because i worked for opium anthony and i remember one of.

"chuck junior" Discussed on The Recappables

The Recappables

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on The Recappables

"Sill. Okay. I I really on the scene four times when it happened is obviously just an incredible upsetting. Oddly truthful, but also deeply not right and nineteen fifty, seven version of union. Yes. It's actually interesting to like, try to figure out what still makes sense. And what of it? The lime test in particular. Yeah. I have. I have some problems with the construction of the scene, which is I really don't understand why they need to go to Chuck seniors apartment to have this conversation. Of course. I mean, it's just ludicrous. The idea that Chuck can attempt to bring down the United States attorney general just like out in various government buildings, but does not feel comfortable talking to Tiga anywhere. But his father's is is patently absurd. And yet it led to this conversation. So I accept it fully me too. And it actually underscores when we see scenes that don't really make sense, and we're very critical of them. We don't. We don't give them a pass right because they're not good enough. This scene is good enough that it gets a pass for completely logical. Actually something that Chuck says prior to the that speech prior to bursting in on Chuck Schumer in Tiga. Is probably I don't wanna spoil too much of my favorite courses team, but once Chuck junior feels that it's not an affair, but the fact he's meeting with IRAs wife, Chuck senior says, so it's not concupiscent s- it's Mench kite I'm even prouder, and that's a ridiculous collection of words that no human would say in succession, but it is. It is back to that theme that I was mentioning earlier and there's there's just something amazing happened between junior and senior season. And at first I thought it was a little patently absurd now I'm I'm really feeling like it's kind of the pulse of the show in a lotta ways. It's completely mirrors what's happening with axon Taylor. Right. So let me ask you this. If. Sorry, Charles seniors should know his son at this point, especially after the backstabbing and betrayals attempts to repair the relationships that we've seen play out over the last season. Do you think he actually understands anything about who Chuck is how he behaves her? Why? Because nothing about Chuck is actually in line with Mench kite to me, not at all shook his neither Chuck Todd, even of the noble. They both are the kinds of people that in public offer that as an idea, they offer it as sort of their reputation, even though behind the scenes, part of the show is meant to reveal that all people who present in this way or liars are dishonest, and you have to examine why. But the fact of Chuck senior does hold that concept as relevant and true, and he's willing to even say to a son who doesn't understand would never have an affair and hotel is much more likely to be in a Bedia dungeon which he should know by now having appeared at this very dungeon he exposed that it says everything that you need to know about their relationship that father doesn't know son. Right? I thought that in many ways Chuck's storyline in this episode where again, Chuck is very much the embodiment of. Of the the villain thinks he's the hero storytelling trope in a way that ax is not because acts embraces the fact that the villain, and that's why I've always found his character more refreshing this episode now that Chuck has repositioned himself. Once again as the man of the people, the only pursuer of Justice. This really felt like a reminder that he is just he can't stop projecting and he cannot identify or escape his own hypocrisy. Here's one of the things I believe about life me personally. Wow. Here we go. There's no such thing as true. Pure altruism, right? I believe there are good people in the world. I believe that people do good things. I don't think you could wake up in the morning if you didn't think that. But I believe that cell. F- interest is just inextricable from life Ray. It is part of the human condition and Chuck early represents that in a finely pointed way that I just find like endlessly fascinating. And that's why even though I don't root for him and I don't want him to win, I love the character and I love the story line. And when he and Wendy are having a conversation in this episode about IRA and Chuck is quoting hamlet which will get to later in do because Shakespeare pop culture, we will render universe of popcorn indeed. And when Wendy saying you want to be the hero and Chuck says, if I pull it off and make him well, does the reason really matter. And that is we always talk about whoever's hosting. This podcast always talks about how billions has these mission statements consistently throughout every episode. And that's one of them like, does your vote motivation matter or is it just the the end that you're able to achieve? And I think Chuck has completely lost sight of what his motivations even our. They are definitely not purely to help other

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"chuck junior" Discussed on The Recappables

The Recappables

08:14 min | 3 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on The Recappables

"I had except for one that you have to win and that just to me, it made so much sense. Like when you know Chuck senior comes in, you know, mouths Chuck junior earlier in the season. It's because he was willing to, you know, go low. And when you know when what he needed to by doing something dirty rather than you know, doing something clean rather than making an emotional appeal. And here you feel like Chuck may be, you know, more unhappy with the fact that his protege couldn't finish the deal than the fact that he was working against him. Yeah, damn the torpedoes is the memorable phrase, but I understand Chuck's reasoning, both emotional and calculate ory about. Firing Conard E, but my take about this was that it's not a very smart strategic decision just to say, Maquiavelian cliche, like keep your friends close. Keep your enemies closer also just admitting via, you know, full Giamatti rant in front of an entire office full of people whose jobs it is to enforce the law that you were firing an employee because they went after your wife does not seem to me to be the sound is legal strategy. It's also just, you know, you have someone who maybe isn't able to prove the wrongdoing, but knows you did something wrong and you are currently in the advantageous position of being their boss and having them under your employees. And comedy lease seems prepared to let it be water under the bridge as long as he can go back to his job and just stop pursuing it and Chuck basically guarantees that he's going to pursue it now. Now by releasing him from his employ, pissing him off and most importantly, kind of letting him go from under his watchful eye like it just doesn't seem like good smart strategy to me to take someone who has even a little bit of dirt on you and take them off your payroll and out into the world where you can no longer exercise as much control over them as you can when you are writing their paychecks or the US government is writing both your paychecks, but you're supervising them. Certainly not tactful, but that same rant that we were just talking about does have your pop culture reference of the week. So we should move onto this classic billion segment of the episode. It was a little bit of a culture, light episode I thought, or at least I did until we started like pouring over the nominees. So what was your pop culture reference of the week. There's one point in Chuck's, you know, long crescendo wing rant where he describes himself as bad badly, ROY Brown, the baddest man in the whole damn town, which. It was a lot even for this show, but I quite enjoyed it. Yeah, I got the image of Chuck like listening to a Jim crow, Salbumatol lake, the lake. The characters from transparent in the first season is just it's not necessarily on brand for him. It's a little bit like Taylor calling a position sick, Nicki Menaj as you mentioned earlier, joking about wags morning would, but one of the things I love about billions pop culture afri- is that they're not necessarily that attendant to whether character would realistically be a fan of the pop culture referencing. And then that also, I mean, the title of the episode we should mention is a pop culture reference which is win. Wags and acts are firing Spiro something they have clearly rehearsed and been looking forward to all day. They've been wanting to do it for months, and they finally have the ability to do that looking super guilty. The metaphor acts uses to explain it is that George Harrison most was as a member of the beetle. Beatles was also a member of the traveling bilberries and Speros does not have the stuff. It takes to be a wheelbarrow to Speros replies. Several times I am a will vary, which is just the most absurd. Again, like painfully earnest would be at least a little bit charming in its earnestness if it weren't are Spiro saying it. But just a great moment. I thought just watching him gesture wildly in scream his securities, like pushing him out and it's it's just so like a little brother desperate to hang out with like his older siblings than he doesn't know how to get into their good graces. He's so he's so pathetic. It's perfect. I mean, the final dagger stab is when dollar Bill walks into gloat before they alliance. And he reminds him. That that fancy coffee quip -ment is company owned, which is maybe a signal that it is going to be there. They are going to find some common ground because at least to me, it suggested that Spiro ses insufferable love of fussy. Coffee had rubbed off on dollar Bill who seems like the type to get some Podesta like black hoffy from the Bodega because sheep, if not, you know, make some folger's at home, but you also had a pop culture afri- pulled from the act swags make a speech at someone. They're trying to persuade school of scene. So this was, I guess, in line with the disres- being so out of left field and just totally. Not in line with the conversation or anything that normal people would talk about. But you know when they were talking about how acts would you know deflect suspicion about. Surrounding all the recent turmoil at X capital wags tolls Taylor, that acts would Perry all questions like Charles van Doren and Charles van Doren was, you know, most famous for being on a on a game show. I believe called twenty one in the fifties where he was. He had a long, a long run where he made over. You know what is like more than a million dollars in today's money because he was being fed the answers by the show. But who would ever say that in conversation in the -ssume that the person they were talking to knew what that was this? The quiz show scandals of the nineteen fifties. A seminal moment and early TV history before we had HQ there was twenty one, but I mean, I actually wrote my college thesis on nineteen fifties TV because I am committed to always being on brand and even. If I had to do a quick Google to make sure I'd I'd gotten my memory of that rate. I have some favorite quotes of the week that don't necessarily fit in the pop culture category. 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"chuck junior" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chuck junior" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"Wrong picture in his head of what is right and what is wrong more than that he absolute lives for getting people to obey the law when one they don't want to to when it's inconvenient and three when following the law will really hurt them financially and personally in some way he wants to force people to do it one of chuck's lies to others into himself is i'm never so proud is when i choose not to prosecute a case his ego and his third thirst does not actually allow for this to be true right let's consider for a moment right how chuck interact with people who are a part of his professional realm we've let's say a stranger shock is a man just in pajamas right walking on the promenade and love the one call home dog shit man sure that's really what he is and this man his dog shits yeah and the man is not picking up doesn't have a bag and chuck refuses to let it slide and the guys like just live side again those are three devious works letters lies words if i let your dog shits than i have to be okay with this whole plaza filling up with it chuck tells this guy you don't have a bad you have hands use your hands and then proceeds to actually make this man not only pick it up but then go out of there's there's some more there's more go get it this is not just domination utter humiliation of another person a see you every day out here your dog shits and you never pick it up let me just say one thing about the plaza filling up chuck the plazas not gonna fill up with talk shit can we not jump to these facetious levels of argument it's going to rain something will happen somebody but that's how that's how chuck rationalizes his dave your ladder and white we often learn about chuck's view on power dynamics the conversations with his father chuck senior who is what a guy much more slippery fellow yeah one such insight from chuck during the yum time fiasco that impacts senior directly he says i dealt with russians i think i can handle this chuck senior is an influence on chuck junior in.

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