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"connah" Discussed on Changing the Game

Changing the Game

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"connah" Discussed on Changing the Game

"But as soon as there's a fight on the cards and the, you know, Connah's PA of it than you can see that, that machine that ego grow, and it's, it's fascinating to watch and take us behind the veil with rock Leser. I know he was a collision all American in wrestling during his college days. What, what do you know about Brock, meet people love the guy when he was on the UFC? So I mean listen, I've had the opportunity to work, brought listener, personally, he, he left the UFC and went to went to work for the WWE. But again, this is a great story in as much as someone. That's a diverse skillset came through as a as an all American at the university of Minnesota and was a national champion in collegiate wrestling. And which anyone that knows wrestling and collegiate wrestling, North America can understand, you know, that takes a lot of work, and dedication than you've got to enjoy the grind and he transferred those skills into the spoil of mammalian became a UFC will champion, so. Yeah is, is a great is one of the, the superstars of the history of the USA Fisher. Duncan. Let's talk a little bit more about the whole UFC juggernaut. I, I've been doing Moy Thai kickboxing over the years bathing back to the nineteen eighties. And it seemed like when the UFC came about the money, followed it the stars followed it became almost an overnight success. How did the magic take place in how does the UFC continue to ride this incredible? Wave of popularity. Yeah. I mean, I'm not sure it wasn't overnight success. I mean I it's great that you say that. But the, the UFC is we know it. So you see one was in nineteen ninety three on say. Yeah. And then, you know, the there was a period of, you know, kind of a bit of a, a tough period of getting people to accept him by into mixed martial arts in the back in the day. And then, you know, the real turning point was actually, the, the first alternate fights TV show. And one of my colleagues here, the UFC performances to chew is Forrest Griffin for us was actually the, the first winner of UFC Toth one, and people are really, really point to that fights and which was actually on primetime TV is turning point in the fortunes of the UFC and, and from that point two thousand five the company's grown and grown and grown, and obviously, you got someone like Dana white as the president who is truly a, an inspirational guy in terms of the way he sees fight promotion, the way he puts fights is at the full front of all of our messaging and of our, you know, the public face of the. NFC and, you know, we're, we're only as good as I fights is and by being able to promote personalities and create characters and, and really sell great fights that that's what Dana why is is truly the world's best at Dunkin. What keeps you up at night? What do you worry about? What do you what do you go home from work in Las Vegas every day and sit down in front of your TV or in your kitchen? What's one thing that you just say, gosh, I wish we could do this better. Oh mine. I mean. That's a tough question. I I it in. I've worked in professional sport now for over twenty years, with, with the elite level, and I think, you know, I'm probably bury my soul here. But, but I'm still very fragile as, as a person as a character still have a lot of self doubt. I guess, and I think you know, that, that desire to always strive to be better and ultimately is a challenge, you know, to, to accept whether things are good enough or not good enough to the status quo is really hard for me. And I think that's what that's what is a challenge to me is, is to, to actually have faith. You know what I'm doing is, is, is a good standard is, is good enough. And but there's always this little voice on my shoulder saying, you know, you could do things better. And you could be, you know, more, you know, more globally seen as, as a better practice. Airy could've with athlete XYZ and got into a higher standard..

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Canadas housing market is stable. Sort of. Maybe.

The Big Story

11:28 min | 1 year ago

Canadas housing market is stable. Sort of. Maybe.

"Do you think you'll ever own your own home or do you already own one? If you tell me your age and wearing Canada you live. I can probably answer these questions without ever meeting, you the housing market, and this country is a funny thing, and it's a huge source of frustration. For anyone in Canada's biggest cities where the market has been so out of control for so long that the term bubble no longer applies. And now that insane demand is having a ripple effect everywhere. From nearby suburban communities to cities down the highway to other cities in other provinces where you can afford a palatial detached home for the price of a one bedroom. Condo and downtown Toronto. Vancouver. Canada has tried a number of things from interest rates to foreign buyer taxes to new rules around mortgages in an effort to even the playing field bet to regain some semblance of control over an investment market that is more closely tied to how we feel about our future than any other. And yeah, of course, there are exceptions to that. And no not everybody needs to be a. Homeowner. But look for generations. The purchase of a family home was a symbol of arriving arriving as an adult in the stable middle-class as a real family, and in at least a few places in Canada right now, either that definition needs to change or something else. Does. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Sarah NATO by writes about the housing market for publications like mcclain's, maybe in business and TV. Would you end up talking about this subject? What kind of image do most people have of the housing market in Canada? Particularly the big cities. Well, everyone's impression of the housing market tends to rest on where they sit in it. But I think it's fair to say that most people shake their heads at the state of the housing market, particularly in the Toronto and Vancouver. You got a lot of. Oh, I'm so glad I got into the market a couple years ago. Or I'm worried about my kids like those are the things that come up at dinner parties a lot what is the state of the real estate market in Canada in twenty thousand nineteen two years after everything was crazy. So the answer that question depends on where you were asking from nationally things are stable, but not particularly energetic. You're seeing relatively flat. Price slightly falling sales in Vancouver. Things are a lot cooler than they were in the spring. A twenty seventeen in Toronto things are stable and then in different pockets, you have different things. So in the west things are quite slow right now partially because of oil in the east things are doing fairly well cities like Montreal and Ottawa are doing quite well because they're affordable in the strong job markets. I think you guys talked about P I recently podcast and in their real estate market's doing very well as well because they've got strong immigration, lower price point, weather home. So that's kind of like the sweet spot if it's like a good job market. But you're not seeing those big big prices like in the greater Vancouver. The greater Toronto area. There's a lot of opportunity. But I mean, there is just such a focus on those two centers that it can be as somebody who lives in Toronto. Sometimes it feels impossible to think about that. As an option we legitimately have conversations in our story meeting here about moving to smaller towns in Canada, specifically for the housing market. I feel like we're not alone. No. I mean, one of one of the things you do at McLeans is there's a column where we'll take a number. So last week was two hundred. Fifty thousand and then we'll say you. What can I get you across Canada? And the answer in Toronto is basically nothing, but you can get a nice piece of land and four bedrooms, if you're willing to go northern Ontario, a lot of places in Saskatchewan the east. So I what a lot of Connah's will say is that there's the story and maybe like Toronto, and Ben couvert, then there's the story regionally, and those are those are quite different generally in those cities in Toronto and Vancouver in particular, how hard is it just for a middle class to average income family to purchase a home. I was actually doing research for another story today. And there's a stat that came up that was in the over the last thirty years home prices have written risen four hundred and thirty five percent and household incomes have risen in that same time one hundred fifteen percent. So when you think about that, even if you are well earning dual income young family, it's incredibly difficult to enter the market, and what you are. Is that condos are more and more the way that people are attempting to do it because the single family home, especially in the court just feels out of reach for a lot of people. How has the market changed? I feel like we've been having this conversation about Toronto and Vancouver in particular, but the housing market in general for the last I don't know how long it's been going on but several years. So there's a good narrative I would say in the last three years in that in the spring of two thousand seventeen if you may recall, there was a lot of attention paid particularly to the Toronto housing market because you are seeing these big month over month home price increases and people were saying this is a bubble. You know, this isn't sustainable, if there was worried both when people who wanted to enter the market, but also observers saying, you know, is this actually realistic these prices, or is it just speculation a fervor around homes, and then what then sort of happened was that the Ontario government the time the wind government introduced the fair housing plan, which had you know, number of components, but also included a v. Eighteen percent foreign buyer tax. There was a concern that foreign buyers were coming into the market buying property pushing prices up statistically, there's still some debate about how much of a factor that actually was but the idea of it and sort of the the speculation that it caused had an impact. So when that tax came in you saw prices go down very quickly. And then we had a couple of other things start to happen. So interest rates ever since the two thousand eight financial crisis. I've been very low. We're talking about fifty percent for a very long time in the Bank of Canada's started to raise those and when interest rates go up so do mortgage rates so that also had an impact on things, and then sort of the final say nail in the coffin. But final factor was last January stricter mortgage rules came into place, which we can go into you want to understand how they work. So I think a lot of us have heard that there's new mortgage rules. But what do they mean on the ground for someone buying a house? So the new mortgage rules, so they came into place. Lasting ring, and they took a big chunk out of sales. Because the reason for them was the idea that as interest rates are rising, which they have been in the Bank of Canada has indicated that they will continue to the fear would be Cam people continue to make their mortgage payments. Right. So the government basically stepped in and implemented this additional stress test with the idea that they didn't want people buying homes. They couldn't afford and what it meant was that previously. If you had put down at twenty percent down payment, you wouldn't have to do a stress test. Like, you've seemed like a credible buyer, you, okay? And you could then purchase on your banks rate, which would probably be if it was competitive you three percent or somewhere there abouts the new stress test is that you have to qualify at either the banks five year rate or your banks rate. Plus two percent. Just probably in the five ish range, whichever is higher. So you have people who could have purchased a certain amount based on that three percent. Right. Who now are looking at this five percent rate thinking, maybe I actually can't qualify at least for the what I had wanted what I envisioned so a lot of people are priced out of the bigger markets like Toronto because of the test and that took a big by that assails January of last year. Then you saw sales go down out throughout the year and then slowly start to end up again. And then this year, they've also been kind of I would say sluggish that's one of the reasons we wanted to talk to you because it does seem from from your reporting in from, you know, the monthly real estate data that comes out that in the big in the big markets. They haven't seen that typical spike. They usually do when the weather gets a little nicer, very, right. So the numbers that we have right now are the latest numbers for March. So not as we can Etienne's now to warm yet. But you're right that this is traditionally the beginning of the spring market, and it's definitely not the boost that is traditional, you know, the Canadian real estate association in their latest release. They're the guys who put at the national stats said that this was I think a six year low. So you know, there's some reasons for that. I think the mortgage dressed has is a big one rising interest rates are a big one, but the consensus from at least economists seems to be still positive like their their thing is this is natural and healthy because we had these prices that were on sustainable. Yes. Things are a little bit cooler right now. But you know, it's not in a freefall and you'll probably see activity start to pick up more in the summer and the fall, and there's also the federal budget included some some things for homeowner. So there is a thought that down the line when that actually comes into place, which is in the fall that could also be a slight boost for sales. Have we seen evidence that people in Toronto and Vancouver are expanding their look are we seeing markets and kind of adjacent cities bubble up. Absolutely is especially I mean, like the thing is when you say like the greater trial area. What you're really seeing is like Hamilton. Is doing very very well. If you talk to the realtors there, even like the the municipal politicians like they know they're such a drive there. And really what you're going to see as well as not even I think Hamilton is perhaps. And obviously example, but like smaller towns like clarington like a little bit farther out. I mean, he's like two hours drive from Toronto. They're expecting to see huge population. Boom. Just because there is so much migration to the area. But you know, it's it's very very difficult to buy even an hour outside of the core of Toronto, you mentioned the foreign buyer tax, and we've talked a couple times on this podcast about of the influx of Chinese money in Vancouver. I realized that it might have kind of made us small dent in the Toronto market. But have we seen? We've now got enough data for a while from Vancouver. Have we seen it really have an impact their foreign buyer taxes? You have almost always an immediate impact. What many economists will say is that they are not necessarily a good long-term approach because what they're doing is. They're try. Trying to tap down on demand. But they're not addressing supply. So in Vancouver. For instance, they introduced their foreign buyer tax in two thousand sixteen and then they sort of added some additional elements to it in the spring of two thousand eighteen and both times at this happened. There was an effect on the market. Like right now, actually, obviously prices are still very high e the market has much cooler in the last year because because of this, but what a lot of industry watchers will sort of say is. Yes, this has had an impact in the last year. Maybe it will continue in the next couple of months, but you still have a huge amount of demand for property in Vancouver. You still have a limited supply. Ultimately, this tax is not going to impact those fundamental things anytime soon, and when you look at the data of how many

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"connah" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"connah" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And Kroger is selling their Turkey hill biz. Which was Turkey hill is to me an odd name for a drink. Well, such a string cheese. It's fruit drinks milk, frozen dairy. Try don't want any of this tasting like Turkey. Well. Like turkey. It must be a hill. That looks like a Turkey. Come on a hill with Turkey's all over whatever the go online and find the. Yeah, they are selling their Turkey hill business to peak rock capital of Austin, Texas, but don't worry there. Still gonna make everything ice drinks milk frozen dairy treats ice cream in Connah's, stoke up Pennsylvania, doesn't that sound like a Turkey helpless, home of the wagon. Yep. Peak rock will continue to operate the business out of that facility with its nearly eight hundred employees. Okay, general mills general mills earnings in they came in and doing just fine. They're doing well. Shares are up almost four and a half percent pre-market the home of Cheerios boosted its profit outlook for the fiscal year and said sales of its blue buffalo premium pet food are expected to pick up. Now, the pet food is important to general mills efforts to diversify away from packaged foods which have been struggling lately. The companies also made moves to expand in the organic and natural foods markets, it acquired MAC and cheese maker and he's back in two thousand fourteen. And it owns Cascadia and farms, which makes organic cereal and frozen vegetables. Now on the list of less. Interesting. Museums took a tour of the flower F L O, you are museum. I was in Minneapolis general millbury, it's all it's all about baking. It's all about flour up. They're nice. The tour of the flower museum believes you. And if you want the dash out for a beer. Let's face it. The winters up there. What are you gonna do bake? Exactly. Well, or take a tour of the flowers. Or run the tourism flower. You see there's nothing going on when you're. All right. Elsewhere have tech giant's upset with tech giant's over video for one thing. Right. The video of the New Zealand massacre. On Facebook YouTube Twitter, getting ready to get some backlash here. The onslaught set to intensify as the twenty twenty presidential campaign gets underway. But think he's presidential campaigns are probably going to be spending big money on these platforms to not long ago. These names were darlings of American capitalism. But now they're size aspirin on the possibility of increased regulation. So they may be facing some of that. All right. So future were kind of mixed. Yeah. We're higher SNP up one and a half points. Nasdaq up six we'll see if we can hold that the fed, of course, comes out this afternoon decision on interest rates. Okay. From the Bloomberg newsroom. Mind Patrice accord on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl..

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"connah" Discussed on Sidenote

Sidenote

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"connah" Discussed on Sidenote

"And I just think that's a lot like that's something I, I don't like that responsibility at all. And. Yeah. Whenever like that. Bryan Cranston my table. I'm just like, okay, like just. Later. Yeah, and like also like this chickens stride, so I don't have enough. Yeah, wedding food also. Never that good and never been to weddings where I'm like, oh, this is like a good wedding. Like in terms, we went to a vegan wedding and it was the best food we've had because I think they had to like not chicken or fish at, you know, like. Makes wedding was incredible about memory. I'm just trying to think back on what we talked to. Anyways, it was a vegan wedding, and it was delicious because I think it was like, yeah, they had to go to a different source, but you're right. The food at weddings, and it's always a walkers, everyone's like, oh my God, did you? I love my chicken, Michael j. issue because like, yeah. Yeah, and I'm like, I'm not even a good anyway. We always have meant any boozy weddings, I guess, but. Okay, you're right. I had a of a panic attack at the thought of a car would have to talk to everyone, but here's my thing. There's a pillar in the middle, a pillar a pillar that or maybe, oh. No. Okay. There's like a booth where people can go in and I'm actually, should I Pat and that's like a genius. There's a booth that people should go in and they record their message to you in the booth. So regardless of if they see you that night or not, because I'm not going to worry about what onto your uncle's invited. 'cause they're all invited this thousands of people at this wedding. Who's paying we are, we're going to go under for this also. I don't know thousand people that was again, artistic. So there's a booth where they can say their thing to you that we will watch later on our own time because I'm sorry, it's my wedding. I'm going to be on the dance floor ribbon Etta. I can't take you seriously right now actually being serious. I want to have a party, but I don't necessarily want any traditional, but I get there. Okay. What do we think about marriage then? Okay, so this is the thing this is where I'm going to come in, and I'm going to be on the same side as you because I think it's true. I think also sort of influenced you in a lot. I do not think that marriage is idea. I don't know that you've influenced this opinion on me. You said that earlier? I didn't know. I meant like there was that one scene inquiries folk. I don't even know. I was just saying like they represent like, why should we have to subscribe to this heterosexual culture? If we don't want to? Of course that's why I was like, people should be allowed to but and have the ability to. But it's also nice to be like there's something different about gay culture where you can totally be in a long term committed relationship or relationship or anything you want and not have to be married, and that's totally cool. All right. So this is something that I genuinely believe in which is that when you put pressure. On relationships. I think it doesn't give them the autonomy and the ability to breathe and to flourish. So I've noticed this a lot when a lot of people break up, this is happening a lot on YouTube Lauda YouTube couples or breaking up there saying, I need to find out me in order to be together. I said that in Connah's anyway, but it's actually very true. There's a lot of this feeling of like when you're in a relationship, but someone you become so intertwined that you, you lose yourself and the pressure of being in a relationship is only heightened when it's now being called a marriage. And I think the reason why I wouldn't want to start to say we were married while I'm listening. I just want to. Because the more in trying to do this in relation to them more that we can come to understanding of, you know what? If there is a time where we are not happy together and it would be better to break up that is the right thing and all couples should go to eighty..

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Imran Khan, Tesla and Chief Strategy Officer discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Imran Khan, Tesla and Chief Strategy Officer discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

"Chief strategy officer Imran Khan has resigned the move coming three years after he joined the Venice based social networking company from Credit Suisse and filing made. With regulators nap says Connah's leaving to pursue other opportunities, but we'll continue to hold the role for an interim period to assist the transition to a successor who was not named

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"connah" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"connah" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Yeah so it's funny how like every year things change thinks could change any year actually years a fucking longtime that's true given yours like really year if feels like when i think of a year from today ago that really feels like a year ago it's may yeah on a have like really bad i'm john and i don't even know what happened last year where we last night it was like right after siege coach just serve the toast we were like still in our chinky white desks yeah we're having a good time so much always have the best time we always have the best time okay this is kind of really sad and i just don't understand how this keeps happening but rana's la homeless burglarize and the suspect allegedly stayed the night oh my god like seriously this hearkens back to something i heard in connah's interview with charlemagne we never actually spoke about that interview on this show spoke about it on our patriot oh really okay i he said something so profound he was like you know it's really scary how like you're you become just as famous if not more famous than like the president but you don't have like national security secret service to like hook you up so you're in charge of your on your own it's a really scary yeah so like not that i understand why this keeps happening but like it's really sad it is really sad the lapd says an individual who tmz reports appear to spend the night in the singer's residence was arrested in book done residential burglary and trespassing police were notified to the intruder after her lime system was thought to have been tampered with according to the outlet riano was not home during the incident in august twenty seventeen the nine time grammy winner purchased her ellie home four six point eight million dollars the contemporary style state which is seven thousand one hundred and thirty square feet okay this their word counter sit down close to half an acre overlooking the sun.

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"connah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"This hour do little nfl free agency which is on just a couple of weeks away habits are weird and i thought the nfl but we have not talked about the nfl at all but for now we're talking about the nba you know first of all united top of the allstar game at all james herbert i am not big allstar game guy i love major league baseball's well even love is a little stronger i'm just a general not a huge allstar game person but i liked the allstar game in baseball uh i stopped watching the nfl probowl many years ago i will never watched it again it's completely unwatchable and the nba i liked when i was younger and at connah's in recent years was lot less interested and if i didn't do this job probably would never have watched it at all recent years and even with doing this job i was kind of aid and now he's all you were analyzing the all star game all that much but whoever reason this year i watched it i was kinda in and out of the first half and i watched the entire secondhalf it was a much better game this year gotta say that i think the reason i liked the better i was younger as because it it's at least it seemed like movies revisionist history that they played some defense in the allstar game and it has seemed recently that they diseases no wish to blame any defense whatsoever and while there was not a autonomy events plane this allstar game is there was more than in the past or the recent past and so i found the more interesting i also liked that they didn't do standard east and west conference and they went with a draft and the only flaw was the nba this terrible decision not to televise the draft which they do with the nhl i was a big mistake barely was steph curry will then why i dunno who knows barely eating wanted on there i'm not sure but the.

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"connah" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on Adlandia

"Of a state of mind segmentation yes um and people have that were not just an a box not just women of a certain age or a s you know we're not just business people and i feel like we've been fighting that in marketing for a long time and yet people are saying i express myself differently in different ways and we tend to look at it as the platform not the expression yoder brands that you're looking up at the nabis leave held a board seat at nike and we've talked at length over the brands over the years that served up his inspiration as we turn the page into 2018 we've talked a lot on the show about you know certain direct consumer brands that are just blowing our minds like the glossy as and the casper's and all these guys who figured out um very specific models but have prioritised marketing as a way to connah's scale quickly are there you know a handful that you'd look to and say hey these are people i want to collaborate in the future with because they're doing it differently um i've been intrigued by what we work has been during this year i mean just when we think you know them you think a hostages this big in other just gobbling up office space everywhere are they take a twist and they look at something different i thought i thought um you know them in an investor in the wing was really smart ha what the wings been doing has been a really sort of moment in our unique moment to express something that needed to be expressed in it in a pretty good way i um i think so i think it's those mashups things are really really quite interesting yeah and i think it's new ip which is something that we talk about out yet his ip there couldn't be created by being individualistic jackets the collaborative the collaborative nature that's appealing so 27 years a g e and you're moving onto your next chapter literally literally literally literally can you talk a bit about how what comes next and um your book well two things i have a book coming out with in september that i'm finishing up right now it's called imagine it forward and it's some it's very much just about um change and and sort of someone encourage at work to make change happened because you believe so passionately and i.

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"connah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The company the person that is applying you can had the greatest material on the planet earth if the person that is applying it has no clue what they're doing you might as well not even have a tree to third some more lumber at it and let them eat so now there have been some advances made to some of these material to address these people that it's so good that even if you mess it up at connah's still work split imagine if you had the perfect weapon pudding to the perfect chance and its plight perfectly each and every time will now you're starting to talk about what we get into pretty neat stuff but before we get into that you want to talk a little bit about the warranties the chemicals versus the company in the insurance park because this is really confusing easing lotta people in it's my industry its marketing and it is done looks okay termidor everybody knows about termidor they do a little research great product last ten years okay so we're going to do termidor around your house in the treatment last ten years what did you hear is that's the way it is presented even in the literature termidor last ten years right on ligier you just heard that your house's protective for ten years yet it's not the ten year warranty from termidor the manufacturer goes to the applicator the company whose applying it you get nothing unless you renew once a year all of the insurance companies out there there are three that ensure the pest control industry in america three mallat three and the all require the same thing the.

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"connah" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on The Read

"And just come on wreck our wonderful day why would they ever fucking do the end now i have they deny he will be passed on twitter as he is not yet everything the fuck alhi he right he will be angry when the whole globe is tweeting about this story and not him that's pretty much it so did you see him talking about matt mala i could not believe i said now my mega of all of this is the one thing i at on twitter and lie buyer yes that's un up here you ain't got no room to talk about no nobody else musty dairy what does it thirteen seventeen women who have talked about high arnold sharp sexually as osmimore mistreating them in one way or another girl how do you add the don't we heavily hurt you're on tape talking about who you grab women by the pussy 'cause when you're famous you can do that who cares about you and i came out the other day talking about that's my him on access hollywood say yes he did anyhow access hollywood came back with like it absolutely it seems to me love that every bodies like every zeidan and access hollywood windy minds however lavarra ball every such your mouth nobody cares cnn said they not go into whatever it is this the white house i'm not a correspondents' dinner i don't know what it is something with the press though cnn was like donald trump is just straight up connah's fake news every day and so we're just not only because it seems counterproductive and they didn't even invite april ryan but you know they hey her.

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"connah" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

WGSO 990AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

"The death of oswald at the hands of jack ruby where he says there's nothing further on the oswald case accept these dead so that would be november twenty four th 1963 and we know there were plane parts so there was the national security council document from 1960 to before kennedy was assassinated that referenced operation mongoose which was a covert attempt to topple communism in cuba and in the three minutes of a secret meeting operation mongoose general marshall carter said the cia would examine the possibilities of sabotaging airplane parts which were scheduled to be shipped from canada to cuba and then i'll just give you one more there is a topsecret document for from the nineteen seventy from 1985 for the rockefeller commission outlying the testimony of former cia director richard helms and in that transcript helms said he thought former president richard nixon believe the cia was responsible for the death of the southeast amis president who died following a coup linked to the cia so at connah's some interesting some interesting documents that again a lot of people were very very curious to to see and to learn more details especially anything to do with the kennedy assassination and what was hidden in what is in hidden in what is believed to have happened and again when you talk about conspiracy theories it doesn't get much bigger than the kennedy assassination hitter more gunmen where they're more people that were involved in other areas he who wanted to have their sights on kennedy and the list goes on and on and on haraigue stay with us coming up next fraud deep theories coming up also delatour of nick meal and that we're gonna hit the mailbag here on america tonight.

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"connah" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Is the bbc news hello i'm jonathan eyes on the catalan lead at connah's boots dimond has said he's not prepared to cold snap elections while the spanish government is still threatening to take over some of catalonia's autonomous powers in a much delayed speech he said madrid stance was abusive the spanish senate is expected to approve madrid's intervention plan on friday getting lee is in barcelona after days would has been little detail over how the catalonia independence crisis moves forward today catalans proindependence party spent hours negotiating the next move the results when that president carlos pushed him on spoke with to effectively by himself multi no universal declaration of independence is spanish media predicted this morning a no snap elections called the regional parliament will now decide how to move forward he said tomorrow the spanish senate is likely to give approval for the government in madrid to reassert control of the catalan authorities and remove call us pushed dimond from power separatist leaders here a seeking a lastditch attempt to negotiate with the spanish government overnight kenya's electoral commission says voting in the rerun presidential election in four western encounters will now be postponed until saturday it blamed security challenges has been a much lower turnout in today's poll than in the vote in august alston we've had reports the main roads in kasulu have been blocked all day by rows of stones burning barricade aids and youths with rocks and sticks in the center of the city all polling stations remained closed at thirty three of the four hundred election officials turned up for work as in oppositionsupporting slums of morobi they were running battles between demonstrators and police who fired tear gas and live rounds the consumer governor pizza and yangyang go the father of the oscar winning actress luisa diogo criticize the security forces and said another attempt to hold the election and consumer on saturday would not go ahead so that is still great uncertainty over the legitimacy of this election and.

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"connah" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"On this shop he's been here since long before i was born in my grandfather before that so we're just so long long family history of meat markets are connah's meets has been at the original farmer's market at third in fairfax in los angeles since 1941 lewis been working there since 1979 and all three the signs work behind the counter today were you kind of raised to take over this business are to work in this business and your sons the same or is this just a choice in and something that you are naturally drawn tale well i'll be honest it's it's really for me it's a choice i've done a few other things i even left for a couple of years and sold furniture and i did roofs and electrical work and all kinds of things and i love this business i guess it was it was bread into me they chose there's something about the ambiance of the farmer's market that just makes this it's a magnet waiting on the customers that's the fun part cutting the me now it's natural i would say i'm a very very good me cutter uh but as far as the the attraction to the business it's really the customers and waiting on the same families for generations i have i have customers here who have shopped here for fifty and sixty ears so it's it's kind of fun that's a real plus what is the state of the butcher industry in america right now as far as from my outlook i would say it's actually been resurging for the last oh maybe ten years ten or fifteen years ago there were no butchers as a matter of fact one of the local newspapers wrote an article and and it said the butchers are back and that seemed to be about the time where customers were complaining we go to the grocery store we can't get this cut of meat we can't get a custom cut we can't get something speciallycut we want something small we want something locallyproduced are we want something without antibiotics and.

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"connah" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"Particular incident between a pimp in one of his women which may do not he had been totally charming up until charming in that kind of sick way but still charming and then and then david simon of or george pell connah's whoever did this pulled it back pretty hard and pretty abruptly because he did something pretty awful uh and and where's with the women like you said norian there's there's he's they're so conscious of of drawing them richly of making completely varied types you know the kind of totally ruined once the semi empowered but then ruined once it's like really a kind of rich panoply of women in the sex trade which which is interesting and also the way they film the sex them in let's talk about that a little bit it's like it's they're trying so hard to to to show you the truth without being titillating yeah um do you estimate they were successful at that because it is a show about the sex trade so like you said norian you're just like a whole bunch of guys making shots it just going to be about sex no but it isn't exactly no i mean it's not sexy no um there are you know there are relationships between characters who aren't pimps and prostitutes and those those are a little sexier but um the way that the you know that there are porn scenes later on that are film that are just you know all of our numerous almost yes all about biz the business and um did the sex scenes with the johns r i forget observe this me be emily nussbaum and her view but but there is such a focus on actually the by many cases grotesque nece of the men's bodies and the way they sort of loom over these women and you start to think about what's happening in that room in than there are later incidents were it where it becomes clear you know just how violent and scary a can get um but yeah there's no there's nothing particularly sexy about the show now yet it's fun to watch israeli weird way hits a show those really made me kind of question why i watched shows um.

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"connah" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Tibet she ever met bobby brown connah's started the downward slide nad started around that slippery slope triple at nine hundred thirty three 93 so look i mean i'm just hanging out with your today but i would i could go to any time i've got to show to the show you gotta showed to fit it what kind of research delivery hang up wa widow of there's that flicks mana show uh it's a series on netflix scope manhood and the middle of illicit about ready to go ago finished up manhunt up in the middle of beijing mental at work you're gonna call a hunch manhunt all they'll act legal is that what you're doing it on your west java has all the time away to work you're going to watch tv i didn't say how long have you word i'm here at all alba do i have to record the talk fear by podcast before oh that's right but manner kozinski tv the vet flicked original spacey's even where the exhaust sorts a story about the untrue vets all right if that true that so those those bins fictionalized a little bit eat or make it a border tapie gog there's some there's one seed with janet reno that i thought okay because they shoes talking to them an uh one of the things she says is by by choices at waco oh there's no way and i thought 'god no so i would say that i love that giving it away because it's really good at i really like it a lot i am itching to watch it all the way through and i think that they're going to wrap it up i think this is i don't know this for sure i hope they don't i don't we want to be watching the kozinski story three seasons in.

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"connah" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Why have you broadest this rare how you'll find at an assists north all right hold it connie's well look on as you what are these people doing i had to bring him iran's decide that later inside you found the fell right here jill month so that thin hunt you're used avocado smuggled across the border was nothing personal my friends or another just happened to be yours but picked up as it turned up in made an unfortunate choice but we had no way of knowing you would take elkadora garage or that you had a friend and the police department and we had no no rennes if and put that thug on their phone line buga on our telephone line but what do you mean by that he means he tapped off all so that's how you knew that we've contacted the police in on as a man of that great and useful talents under la and i get the film for it at night okay you've got your fail now what you brought them connors to suggest that i i dunno i must have had something in mind no i looked lorenzo i told you i had to bring him i didn't have time to think i just had to get out of there at a ladder ends stop talk i have the feeling something has happened that i should be told about no no no no rights and not unless you already know about the killing ill up killer on listen total around telling on us what killing killing at sixty seven rice street apartment one dealer ends six an brice connah's what's this all about what i had the door iran's i i had to attain got hold of the film she wouldn't get enough food the founder than heroes she'll before i.

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"connah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio app and bloombergradiocom on sunday brunch with charlie rose on bloomberg radio the deuces new hbo series from david simon enjoyed pella connah's this series chronicled the lives of the prostitutes pimps and police officers working around times square in 1971 the hollywood reporter calls of do so indeed provocative an entertaining the two creators and executive producers david simon jorge bolanos and the start maggie jilin hall pleased to have all of the table throughout waited this idea come from we backed into it georgian are working on the show today here's ago in new orleans and a guy was in the crew their more chunks and he had been researching this period in new york and he had made contact with a guy who was a mob front on fortysecond street borman who ran a nightclubs and who also became involved in the massage powers and exploded became involved than at other stuff including the road pornographic films and as soon as we heard it we were we were like this sounds gratuitous i'm not sure what are you involved in this but was persistent masters to meet with the photo and we did and i think after about three hours georgia walked out of a meeting we pretended to smoke a cigarette even though neither one of a smoke then we will of god we're going to end up doing a show about about the rise of pornography george is that how you saw it the characters were show rich we just really couldn't have door and and i'm confident and low things were interested in what labor and gender politics the labor us booked all the desert in the story the.

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"connah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You my fellow new england irs about a very important topic in boston magazine called how to eat like doing litter joining me is the food editor jenna peletier put this together and there's a big big piece of controversy regard in the lobster rule hot versus cold which side to people come in on right well i've been starting to notice that a lot of restaurants serve both hot and cold versions and i got to thinking which one sells better and what did you find out well i was very surprised to learn that the hot buttered lobster all out cells the cold version about forty one i would've i thought it was more 5050 man i've i've seen so many cold and tasted so many gold ones i thought it would be about half me and ultimately i think it's the version that you grew up eating that is your favorite for instance on the mail loyalists because that's the version i remember eating as a kid right right so you've got some examples here a row 34 enough to noise dirt of many other examples of course in the magazine on a regular basis but the loves the roles we do them pretty well around here yes and i definitely recommend the version that roe 34 nazi nicer all right we'll jenna you've done a great job and we'll talk further about how do we like a new england her in the current edition of boston magazine and at boston magazine dot com so thanks for joining us all part of connah's whose cornered year on wbz newsradio 1030 jordan wbz news time eleven fifty six from florida residents woke up to an uninvited scaly guest in their backyard swimming pool the local county sheriff's office posted a picture of what they found after getting a frantic call a nearly eight foot long alligator enjoying a leisurely swim police road around their facebook that the gator was apprehended for trespassing by wildlife wrangler 's wbz news time 1150 seventeen qatar centers liberties is your chance.

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"connah" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"connah" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Over the cross olga riboflavin and the ultraviolet light deal yeah and i'm talk talk about i do know of the janelle really what you're talking about i know this and treatments like that for care to connah's yes so my my question is it seems like that that's one option and that i have another option that maybe getting tax putting foot into my into my eyes instead of that i don't know why i would put a bandaid on it because the the the the uh what are you say the um the ultraviolet light deal that all that doesn't stabilized if it doesn't actually sticks that or hear it boy it sometimes really slows at riot stop security cornices just sort of a it's a i i'm not up the mohajir seizure wet do say in tax get an impact like a like a bug contact that sewn into you add law as i've sort of doing the math astner heard for and or which is really kind of a cornea transplant right is that what they want to do right over from a donor id like by the plastic right at i i don't know i don't off the top i had no the data on what the complication rate is from that procedure i assume they're trying to do something less invasive because of that complication rate and sometimes that that uv light treatment mind standing is really slows down and so and i don't know how long the life is and those of those impacts the there you may have to redo it enough time you redo it there can be complications i don't have that data on my head but that those are a questions you have to ask an and listen you and i listen out for instance i don't have the judge with that procedures i'd never done it i certainly secure chona's occasionally which is sort of a the peeking of the corneas just a progressive illness in the morning crack an end.

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