19 Burst results for "Crimea River"

Justin Timberlake Faces Backlash for Framing Britney Spears Doc

Daily Pop

03:35 min | 8 months ago

Justin Timberlake Faces Backlash for Framing Britney Spears Doc

"Justin timberlake under fire for how he treated. Britney spears the new york times documentary framing britney just dropped on hulu. Justin is getting a ton of backlash over it. The documentary talks about how his crimea river music video push the narrative that britney cheated and now fans are demanding an apology claiming justin launched his solo career by shaming. Britney this document. Or i've got to see the whole thing to end but i have to watch most of it and i can't wait to watch the rest. It is so good it's great. It's great it really really puts in perspective back in time of a lot of things not just about just relationship but just everything that happened with britney and this timeframe and really paints the picture from the other other perspectives and like things that we didn't think about back then that we think about now how we talk about women how we talk about breakup. How we talk about Mental health mental health thing for sure. I think that sometimes if somebody would drug up some of the things that i said in my twenties or did in my twenties i think i would be sitting here apologizing for probably to our show but if you look at what was going on and i'm not saying it was right. But who in their early twenties or late teens didn't brag about a sexual conquest who in their early twenties didn't deflect blame of a on a break up on this significant other. It was my knowledge that there were talks that britney spears ended up hooking up with a dancer that shed worked for both her and in sync so if she did do that and justin timberlake put his life into his art. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. What i think who i think. Ots britney spears. An apology was the media the media for a little bit of blood in the water and went after her like they did. Who didn't handle you know the mental health issue and the conversation like we do today with white gloves because we would artists shave her head and she said she had anxiety or she was dealing with depression. We were hands off. Yeah no one's going to you. Buy back off but the media especially back then you know how. Many years ago they were bloodthirsty. That's when paparazzi was really becoming a thing and trying to get the best story and we look at it now and justin. I mean. should he apologize. Now it was part of this life is. He should apologize that maybe he told. The truth is the truth. Why is it our business. I think the documentary is just showing britney side. It's giving her a chance for her voice to be heard. I see your face. I don't care what you say. I look at just like this. He really he didn't defend and he's not gonna come and try to defend britney it is what is asked. Why are we surprised that a white straight man gets passes to everything again. I'm not saying he was wrong. I'm not saying that you should apologize for something that you did twenty years ago. When your publicist your manager and all your business people were saying. We're going to go this route. Because we have to deflect deflect deflect. I'm not saying that. I just think that it's so surprising to me. That people on twitter are still demanding. That white st louis get away with so much. Sorry thom gary and just you know you guys get past you. Guys get a parent's

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Do What Sounds Fun

The Next Right Thing

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Do What Sounds Fun

"Several months ago I had an episode called. Welcome your loneliness, that's episode one hundred fourteen, and in it I shared a little bit about some of the loneliness. I've been feeling at the end of last year, and at the beginning of this year, specifically as it related to my work I wasn't actually planning to share publicly at all about my experience with loneliness for several reasons. I it can be uncomfortable to talk about particularly when from the outside. There may not seem to be a lot of logical reasons why I was feeling lonely and happily married I have lots of wonderful friends, a supportive family colleagues I enjoy working with what gives Crimea River Emily. Nobody wants to hear that you're feeling a little bit lonely. At least that's what I told myself. Another reason why I didn't plan to talk about. It was because I've experienced waves of this kind of loneliness for decades, and there wasn't necessarily anything remarkable about this particular time I've remained private about it in the past and got through just fine. This time would be different. Except this time was different. Because, this time of loneliness coincided with the beginning of new, year and one word that I've been circling around for twenty twenty. Was the word welcome? It's a kind word and I couldn't let go of it as I thought about the year ahead I held onto that word because I wanted to remember to be open to new things, new invitations and new collaborations, I wanted to be a welcoming presence for new experiences and for opportunities, even if maybe they felt a little bit scary. But it wasn't only opening myself up to the good things. In fact, this word welcome came to me during a conversation with my spiritual director, as I shared with her about some fear, anxiety had been experiencing, and she invited me to become a better hostess. Even unwanted circumstances I was curious about what it would look like to have more welcoming posture as it related to anxiety. Which I realize, might I? I sound counterintuitive, but the more I learn about anxiety and worry the more I'm realizing what the experts say is true. The few try to push anxiety away? It only makes it worse, but when I welcome it or at least acknowledge its presence in the room. I have a better chance of knowing what to do next rather than spending all of my energy trying to get rid of the fear. Elizabeth Gilbert says something I quote often from her book big magic. She says you're fear is allowed in the car. It's going to be there anyway, so it's not even a question of whether or not. It's allowed. You can't get rid of it, but it doesn't get to drive. Let your fear. Ride Shotgun. I love that image of our fear riding shotgun. We waste our efforts. If we try to kick it out of the car instead welcome it, but don't let it take the wheel. well as I already mentioned, the beginning of the year brought a wave of loneliness I haven't experienced in a long time of course little. Did any of US know that this entire year would bring a level of cultural loneliness that we have never experienced before? But that's a conversation for another day, so I came into this new year holding onto this idea of being a welcoming presence and being open to what might come and to welcome it. Q. Foreshadowing music. Will during the season of loneliness, I reached out to my longtime friend Anne. When I first met Anne downs, it was over ten years ago and to be honest. I approached her with a little bit of caution is not because I didn't trust her, but because I really wanted to be her friend by wasn't sure. How here was the woman who I had a lot in common with? We both love. Jesus we both were trying to get our first book published. We both had a passion. Passion to serve teenage girls. We were both contributors for the same online blog at that time, but for all the ways we were similar, we were also super different. Anti got energy from being with people, and I got energy from being by myself. Any seemed perfectly comfortable, surrounded by laughter and lots of activity and fun and I like to watch people from a safe distance and make up stories inside my head. Anne is right on the outside and I brewed on the inside. If you know anything about the, she's seven and I'm a four and again. That's a conversation for another day. But it didn't take long before any, and I became true. Friends mostly impart. To her, inviting to our house for the weekend and me being smart enough to say yes. Our whole family promptly fell in love with her and the stories you've heard told about any remained true to this day to know her is to love her. So! We've been friends for over ten years and in that time we've had some adventures. We went on tour together once and by that I actually mean. She went on Tour for many shows as a speaker and I joined her for two of those shows we shared a book, released a back in twenty twelve. Her Book for teenage girls came out on the same day that my book for teenage girls came out. We've traveled together around. The world celebrated business and Personal Wins and grieved some losses, too. I met her because of the Internet, but our friendship goes way beyond the screen.

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"crimea river" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is this is older moment knock knock it off son now forgotten stuff appear all of a sudden he says i'm ready for whatever there's there's giants their take the giants fortified cities off take the fortified cities when's the last time you said anything near that say well chuck if you knew the life i've had to leave i don't care you know nobody nobody cares okay we don't care what we care about is you're making everybody else miserable because all you can do is licking the wounds of how bad you've had it crimea river get past let's let's get on with life i said at the i'm trying to find a story that would really tell it well i came across this great biography of sir theodore roosevelt it's called carry a big stick by george grant i'll tell you it'll it'll put leading your pencil i mean it is terrific listen to some of these things roosevelt's passion for life was infectious everything about him tangled with zest and vitality hi talapity he approached every circumstance and situation with consummate gusto and enthusiasm as a result children loved him he had a flair player for the dramatic and the heroic he lived life in perpetual motion adults were often struck utterly speechless in his presence his energies were often incomprehensible and always irrepressible when he was president he took visiting dignitaries on his point to point rambles rambles in romps through rock creek park setting a blistering pace he would cut a beeline course climbing over wading through cutting putting under swimming across whatever cross his pet this is the president of the united states i love it washington observers were always amused by the side of the great man charging ahead while his guests were desperately struggling to keep up with him once while hiking and climbing in the adirondacks he had a secret agent secret service agent lower him with a rope around his ankles and a wide into a wide gorge so he could take a close up photograph of a bird's nest but when the agent tried to pull the president backup the clip he was unable to manage impatient roosevelt belt yelled to the.

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"crimea river" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Buzz is on the way in few Justin Timberlake, Crimea river. This is ninety seven point one wash FM good morning. Plan. To. No. Our people saw me. My. You do. No catch. What you do? No. You're listening to Toby and chilly in the morning on ninety seven point one wash. Song you love when you wake up in the morning. It's ninety seven point.

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"crimea river" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"They're hitting people in the mouth five weeks. That has the prized me they are physical. They're going to hurt. You absolutely know that going into a week against Dallas Cowboys. I don't recall the last time, I could say something like that. It's been it's been lot. It's been a long time has been it's been I don't think it's been in the last three decades. Identity. It could be, but I feel like we're certainly not fully there yet right to where you know, you're going to really rest on that defense to win you games. And obviously the last game. That's what Garrett did. And we lost. You know, like he didn't go for it on fourth. He rested on the defense and at the in OT it didn't work out. Right. And I get it. With like Zeke is great Zeke, you know, he's pounding and he's doing a fantastic job. But I don't see. I don't see them, you know, stepping out and being a great team the way we are currently constructed. I really feel like Tony Romo played a big role in in Dax growth. I feel like I feel like he was really helping helping him with reeds and understanding how to make in game adjust. It's his his knowledge of the game. And I I feel like we kinda see that on CBS when he's you know, as a as a commentator he really kind of understands what's about to happen and the plays that that should be run. I feel like that on the sideline for Dak has been lost. And his ability to make endgame adjustments is not happening. You're saying Cooper rush. Does not offer that from the two number two hold on charges. I'm not seeing it. It's an interesting analysis of what's going on with Dallas Cowboys. Now, you're fired up. I imagine if LeBron coming to town, so you're Laker fan from all the years of you living out here and living out here. I didn't really watch basketball the kid when I was in New York. So I didn't really get into it until I moved out here. And if you're gonna move out here, you know, the Lakers were Showtime and definitely the eighties. It was amazing. You know, a lot of the guys and your kid working on these shows. Right. And you were going to form. Absolutely. Yeah. I would go to the form. I was really really good friends with Dr Jerry Buss, and we sit up in his box as a young man and hung out with him and the family and still friends with genie bus, and and so a huge, you know, lover of our Laker squad. And and I get how a lot of Kobe fans we're losing their minds. You know like you can't have the enemy common. But I think it's ridiculous ridiculous ridiculous. Look, you know, this is the NBA and players changed teams. Okay. And they're very few home. I'm grown stars anymore. Okay. We're not gonna have the kid growing up in Inglewood who's now going to be the number one basketball player in the NBA playing for the Lakers. We're gonna have to go out and get other players, by the way will Chamberlain and play with us his career ah Kareem Abdul-Jabbar didn't play with us shattering shack didn't play with us the entire time. So let's get over that. We've got the greatest player on the planet earth playing for the Lakers. Now, let's let's get behind them. We've got a great young squad. I feel like magic and Pelinka did a great job of bringing in this season some players that can teach the young squad. How to kind of get it done. And also be a contender. I don't think the Lakers are winning the championship this year. But once we get that next match player. I think we have a shot. I'll find a Ribeiro. Glad you have that attitude because when I heard Laker fans out here saying LeBron in here infringing on Kobe's turf Phillies, gone. Well, it's not it's like Crimea river over having generational talent generational talent show up here either via acquisition after free agency crime Crimea river, I would take LeBron James in a knick uniform. Even though I've sworn off that team. And I understand to be kidding me -absolutely, and even if LeBron is three plus one deal that he's given the Lakers here, even if let's just let's give them half of those years championship. Let's just do that. Right..

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"crimea river" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"She's like is very disappointing. The twenty two year old me, and she goes, you know, what should I gotta get into this with Brian issues. You know, what the worst thing about it is she was I would work Monday through Sunday because Friday Saturday Sunday. So anytime, you get calling me, and I had to be in the office can call my house because he had trades it. So I was in the office Saturday and Sunday just waiting for call waiting for build a call. And she goes I could have been out at the bars. I should've been meeting young people. Or or you hang around the White House and wait for Bill Clinton to call to get dick suck. How about that? That's pretty awesome. When you twenty two Crimea river lady. Oh, yeah. It could have been at the bars fucking hat. Happy hour or you can win ball deep in the president sounds like you chose balls deep. That's my rhythm. Fucking win scout on sorry, guys. I'm just saying Crimea. You're not a victim here. You're not a fucking victim in. There's no what are you talking about? You're not a victim you ever raped. You never salted you. This was a game you decided engage in and it was a fun game. And till you know, and I don't think you'll would ever got out. We'll maybe I don't know. She might be a thirsty fucking their strap. But he got out because of other people then Bill just got royally fucked. Matt have been a bad, dude. We'll get into a shitload about Bill Clinton, but Crimea river. I was twenty two. And I was my Friday. Saturday's are spent hanging around the phone. It's the game you fucking play girl. Of course, Bill can be fucking frog around town on date nights and shit. You ain't going to the movies Bill Clinton president United. Are you kidding me? That's like chant fuck and beyond say you damn right? You're gonna hang out all week as single our every day beyond say said Joe, man, listen, he'll call you. But you gotta come to the fire. Kidde studio, you're going to be here Friday, Saturday Sunday. So the weekends are spent here just waiting with a rock hard donor for beyond Seda fucking send you those digits and a location it's shown up with a positive attitude and happiest fuck for a long long time now until she cuts you off, and then I'll Jamesy finds out and then as you murdered. If you want to be outside peace, bro. God, I wish dot happen slide in some famous beat the hell is behind successes because he's basically the Queen bee of females. You know, what I'm saying like beyond say Taylor swift. There's really no other bigger names. Like name a bigger name. I'd rather be Taylor. Swift's side pizza. Just country. She was country. What? Country as Florida Georgia line. I mean, she's not that country shreds country as Nickelback she's pure pop. Now, she starts countries. He's definitely popped. And you'd rather be. You'd rather have beyond saying over to us with. Yeah. Beyond say you received her body Taylor swift looks like this fucking Mike nothing. No me. She's got some curves. Now. No come on. You telling him you'd rather be Telstra side Ps and beyond say's, if I'm being honest. Yeah. Holy shit balls that says a lot and you surprised I got that threw me for Luke, man. I was gonna move onto these fucking said that. These aren't the don't get me wrong. I want to kick her on my bed for fuck in eating Doritos. I would not kick. My bet. I follow an instrument. She to me. She's not like, she's not like super sexy. You serious. No, Taylor swift. She's to me, she's prettier faces super pretty. But her by that. All right. Well. Looks like she grew up a little while. All right, Jen. Get plate right fear. Fear. Placer? I'm not come up. Look at this one. She's looking really good. Now. This is our Instagram that we're looking at you know, what she does look great..

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"crimea river" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"This week. Maybe he'll show fast track. Aggressively on that you could say was he wasn't gonna show. I thought he was going to be there are right. Let's see John take take one because I lost my fast track. Okay page. Well, it's interesting. You asked me to take one. Because Steve I know what you're saying. No, I'm not saying, I know what you're saying. Shame never say are you going to visit facts website again. We'll today is your lucky lucky I have four facts three of these are actual effects when I completely made up a great play Jake and play Mason's now Mace while you were gone. Yes. Last week. Yeah. I fooled everybody I fold Michael. I fooled j I fooled Greg. It was an Uber fans like a fool. So if I did it if I do it again this week it may be one of my greatest triumphs of all time. Now this in your honor, Steve Mason. Yeah. Is in entertainment themed. Okay. Good. All right. So fact, number one because they are feuding fifty cent paid three thousand dollars. To by two hundred front row seats at a job rule concert just to keep them empty. Okay. All right. That's fact, number one. I'm so proud of you said fifty cents. Yeah. Fact, number two, Justin Timberlake wrote Crimea river. About Britney Spears two hours after they split. Wow. All right. That's fact, number two fact number three throughout the entire series of friends, the six main characters slept with a combined total of only thirty one people throughout the entire run of friends. Inspect number three fact number four Adam west who played the first TV bet man in the sixties had his dentist at a little black Batman logo to one of his molars. That's fact, number four, right? So once again fact, number one fifty cent paid three grand by two hundred front row seats at a concert, justly memory, number two, Justin Timberlake wrote Crimea river about Britney Spears, two hours after they split fact number three throughout friends, the six characters slip at the combined total of thirty one people. In fact, number four. Adam west had his dentist. Put a little black Batman logo to one of his molars J cross. Let's go first with you today. Which one is the fake fact how much money did you say fifty cents spin on three grand three by two hundred front row seats at a gel rule concert and left them empty? Well, if you only played three grant, I think we would have heard about it. But you know, what I'm gonna say that's the fake one. Okay. Jarrell Jay's going with number one Mace. What are you going with going Adam west that is the most victimless thing I've ever heard who attached to on their molar now? Greg Bergman this would be very upsetting to you to get shut out two weeks in a row. You're normally very good at this game. Which one is the fake fact, I think they're both wrong. I think it's either JT or the friends one Joey slept with a lot of people. But I don't think you actually saw those people you mean, he was so ping with them between episode. We'll know that who knows they just don't know. They just don't he doesn't. He doesn't talk about them. Like, they just assume that he's a personally that sleeps with a lot of people. Okay. So what are you? I'm gonna go with the JT Crimea riverboat. It was more than two hours. Okay. That's I'm going. I know he wrote that. On a pillow. You heard all of them one to three or four you're going with three one on each of them, some people. Right. So first of all. Jay, crawls, you're wrong because they are feuding fifty cent and this just happened recently did pay three grand for two hundred seats right in the front of several concert and left him empty. You know, why are you there? I didn't think that was the one. What's up players? Don't think you know, who John rule is. Yeah. That's probably true. That was part of it. I would not no. He walked in Greg amount. You're out Justin Timberlake did right Crimea river in two hours after his split from Britain's group, which means that Iverson Steve Mason or Dan's in pillow is correct. And the winner of this week Suber facts game is shockingly Dan's him..

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"crimea river" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"We're gonna do is say, McCall Crimea river. Something kind of knowing, but probably not worth complaining about that. You complain about anyway, Crimea river, Amy, you're up? Well, my son came home from school saying that he needed some change from his piggy Bank to take to school because his teacher told him, hey, if you bring money, you can buy chips. Boys that annoying. Why did she have to tell him that? Oh, you live from it. I know we can buy chips. He doesn't need the chips and we packed his launch e took his launch a healthy lunch. We got it like, I don't need suggestions like to put that in his mind to where he can like get money to go buy chips because he doesn't eat chips. But does he hang out all the other kids? And they like, see, he sees all the other food. They finally don't always have to have what everybody else. Right. Okay. One teacher right. No one's. All right. Let's blocks crummy river. I made an online appointment to get my oil changed than eleven eight am I showed up in the business of eleven AM gave him my keys. I sat there for two and a half hours. Wow, two and a half hours because I kept thinking, oh, they gotta be almost done. They got to be almost done no to if you have an eleven o'clock appointment as you get in at eleven AM and be done by eleven thirty. I'm surprised you lasted that long. I've given them a keys and I figured by the time I go get my keys, maybe my cars next. So if I leave somewhere and go somewhere else, I'm just going to waste as much time. I didn't know it was going to two and a half hours. Wasted my whole day crime era. Raymundo our audio guy. What do you have over there? Probably in the last month I spent about forty dollars on car washes where I live my apartment. Apparently it's migrating season. There's a bunch of birds every night. They crap on our cars. You can't even see how to your windshield..

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"crimea river" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"It's just some of them because you don't want to condemn an entire group that your opponent of right. But that's the same fucking thing with Jews is the same fucking thing. You end up condemning all Jews and now you're just condemning some fucking, you know, I don't know some fucking dentist down the block as well, at least down the block from me. Maybe not from you guys, especially in your ideal Ethno state. I agree with you were saying in a big way on the consequences for cops. I thought that that was to me the most offensive part when those things happen. It doesn't matter, white or black. It's like when you fuck up at your job and you make the newspaper, you get fired. That's universal principle. Like at some point, you fuck up. You make the newspaper, doesn't matter how much the company likes you. They just go. We gotta let this guy. This guy go. This looks bad for us. The one group of people that get the past, the cops, where they go, no, I don't care. How should he? That guy's a cop and we're going to stand by him. And that's the thing where it's not white or black. It's just it's just an outrage. It's like, no, no, that guy fucked up. Why are you standing with him and even a level beyond that when you fuck up at your job and you kill someone go on on, you get charged with murder like our, you know, at least manslaughter, whatever. But if you're a security guard and you just fuck up and you happen to kill someone, you fucking get charged. And by the way in the same thing on a case by case basis, like look, I think that that focus, you know, the Michael Brown guy, the Ferguson guy who attacked a cop, okay. I'm not fucking going to war for that guy. He attacked a Cup. You know, same thing with the Trayvon Martin thing, I don't care if it's a cop or private if you attack some guy who's got a concealed carry permit, and he has a gun on him or even say, he doesn't have a permit and you attack some guy and he shoots you. That's Crimea river, don't attack people. I don't know what to folk until you. I feel the same way for a cop, but if it's something like Orlando, castio, right? I might be saying that guy's name wrong, but the guy who was in his car who legally had a gun they fucking lit them up. It's like those guys should be fucking, you know what I mean? Like they should be on charges the same way. Any other folk in person would be, I don't care if you're if you were just a private security guard or a cop. I don't care who you are. You're fucking person and you can't just go around killing people. That's my message. I'm sticking to it. All right. We're going to wrap up there. I love you all. We will.

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"crimea river" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I'm in the back room. I'm like, ready, ready to go. And then they hit me with a curveball. They're like, oh, by the way, Justin's here tonight. I'm good. Right? Like I was so good before that, like the however million people watching. I was like, yeah, I'm good. Like I got this and then out of nowhere, I'm getting my makeup done in the dressing room and. Knock knock, knock, who is it? It's Justin, right? Any walked in, he goes, hey, man. He said something. He said something along the lines, like, you know, at wanna bother you too much before you go on. I just wanna say that like I'm a big fan of your voice, and I think I think it really, really awesome. I've been listening. I've heard about you for a couple months now. I think that that you have like a super Saint voice and I'm sitting there thinking of Crimea river, did you and your point? I literally can't even say what I said on air. Okay. I turned around and I was like, shut the bleep up. I was like, shut up at. He's looking at me like I'm telling him to shut up. I'm like, shut your face. Like you're not in my dressing room right now. This is not happening buddy love that, and and he was dying laughter. And you know, we started talking. And he's just, it's scary to me dreidel to me at least. I say, you should never meet your typically. You'll be disappointed because like you that night. You're good to me. I was like, I never thought of meeting him nothing. I was like, if I meet him, I have. He's not the guy who envisioned better than the guy who I thought, literally like, take my number. Let's let's talk if you need anything like the fact that I could text them in my phone. He doesn't need me for anything. He doesn't. Have you sent him Tex? Yeah, yeah, I've, I've sent him I, I don't. I don't like to be like guy. Tell you to stop. You're that guy. That is so cool. So literally it's going from Crimea river to having that, and it's he, he actually, they told me because he was doing a trolls, the movie and they were like, yes ago, do promo for the movie. So he can't stay for your performance says, like, were you happy? He was a Saint for your four. Act? No. At that point I committed that he was going to be there. So it was like I was like, focus, you got this. And then I was like, man, he's not going to be there and he gets dressed up. He's in his coat. He's in his hat. Everybody's ready to leave the building. He goes, you know. I want to stay in watch you. And I was like, what is that going to stay in watch? And my whole family's in the green room and he's like, he goes in with his little Scully. Like I believe he went into the live my like, I see him in the corner of the live room, like we're all the audiences and I'm sitting there with the microphone about to start like like Justin Timberlake is right there watching me. Like I was thinking, crime river as loud as I can in my bathroom. And now he's sitting there watching me and I finished the performance. He goes like this gives me like a nice clap, and then he was like, he tweets me like this gets the Nash has an insane insane voice while. So I love this. So it's crazy. Again, my family calls him for is going to be like. So I guess it's simple. It's simple to say, but I'll say it life is life is great. Life is great it. It gets hard and there's obviously there was so many hard times to get to where I am like, you know, you always see the good stuff right? And everybody has a story. Everybody has a tough time. Everybody has, you know, the struggle, whether it's in music, whether it's in anything, but you should have that you need, you need it. You need it because it bills, Bill to yards artists builds your character. And for me, it's helped me.

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"crimea river" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Even if they wanted to germany other hand is the fifth largest steel exporter in the world five percent of tech sports coat of us five percent crimea river at the same time i've read several articles about steel outfits in our own country say the terrorists are unnecessary while your side to follow up and randomly examined the biggest deal tariff detract requoted and some of these stories i learned that the outfit was largely a steel importer who's businesses being crimped by the tariffs not a manufacturer who would benefit from the tariffs no wonder this fella hates the terrorists just wears me out people now we'll there is an honest argument here that tit for tat trae could spiral out of control and close real harm to global economy but that hasn't happened yet in may not happen at all the steel tariffs alone or not causing a worldwide slowdown so wetstein could it be another reason for the breakdown synchronized global growth story that's doing so much damage to the multinational stocks perhaps something non trump related here's a question you could it may be something to do with the price of oil in the last year the price of crude is increased by fifty percent this put a real quick on the earnings of any companies that need oil and gas either as a raw feedstock fuel think many of the manufacturers the the cruise cruise lines lines even though both the us and europe or net importers of world europeans import a heck of a lot more than we do because they have very little domestic production you know we have large domestic production at the same time we've seen some real important weaknesses in europe banks in the european banks all over the place the evolving around the faults and management snafus and a lack of capital i think the lack of a strong healthy banking system is holding your back more than any steel tariffs which brings me full circle the ceo's of the big american multinational companies haven't said a word to me on or off the record about the impact of these tariffs aside from the fact that they're pretty much more potatoes hence here's where i come if you can find me a single credible manufacturing ceo from this country who blamed the global slowdown on the tariffs and not much higher oil prices where european banking regulations i am happy to change my mind but until then whether you love trump or you hate him.

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"crimea river" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Even if they wanted to germany other hand is the fifth largest steel exporter in the world five percent of tech sports coat of us five percent crimea river at the same time i've read several articles about steel outfits in our own country say the terrorists are unnecessary while your side to follow up and randomly examined the biggest deal tariff detract requoted and some of these stories i learned that the outfit was largely a steel importer who's businesses being crimped by the tariffs not a manufacturer who would benefit from the tariffs no wonder this fella hates the terrorists just wears me out people now we'll there is an honest argument here that tit for tat trae could spiral out of control and close real harm to global economy but that hasn't happened yet in may not happen at all the steel tariffs alone or not causing a worldwide slowdown so wetstein could it be another reason for the breakdown synchronized global growth story that's doing so much damage to the multinational stocks perhaps something non trump related here's a question you could it may be something to do with the price of oil in the last year the price of crude is increased by fifty percent this put a real quick on the earnings of any companies that need oil and gas either as a raw feedstock fuel think many of the manufacturers the the cruise cruise lines lines even though both the us and europe or net importers of world europeans import a heck of a lot more than we do because they have very little domestic production you know we have large domestic production at the same time we've seen some real important weaknesses in europe banks in the european banks all over the place the evolving around the faults and management snafus and a lack of capital i think the lack of a strong healthy banking system is holding your back more than any steel tariffs which brings me full circle the ceo's of the big american multinational companies haven't said a word to me on or off the record about the impact of these tariffs aside from the fact that they're pretty much more potatoes hence here's where i come if you can find me a single credible manufacturing ceo from this country who blamed the global slowdown on the tariffs and not much higher oil prices where european banking regulations i am happy to change my mind but until then whether you love trump or you hate him.

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"crimea river" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"The the mayor of san francisco who is as left of left of left of left he could be the governor here i mean so he could get worse than he'll make jerry brown look moderator make them look something else cherry brown's the worst by the way just the heat seeking missile that any public office who who who's governor and then like attorney general mayor of oakland then governor like it's just like any open office going to be like the local librarian or something and san francisco would you be four california really splitting people are grumbling about it now i think california we're from the east coast stay little smaller a little quaint little more colonial in their size the states out here california is too big i mean what is it like a six of the country's population in there's a bunch of people here and i don't blame them for wanting i'm one of those people we were just talking about taxes before the amount of taxes that i paid last year is astronomical people throw up in their mouths if they knew and feeling the numbers that we paid in taxes and it's not crimea river here but i can i can honestly tell you that i paid in taxes because i wrote the check weaker to ago more basically than i made in almost any year of my life until the last two years that i ever made get that that's what we're dealing with you know it's terrible i mean success comes counting was trying to talk me like it's just a matter of success like relax you know and i'm like i appreciate that i respect that but to be robbed by the state in such gratuitous way and i got nothing in return for literally nothing i don't know what they're what they're doing with that money it super set and i was telling people on twitter that you know with the financial uncertainty that comes with owning a business especially in california again also one point five percent of gross receipts you out of the state no matter if you commit a profit or not which is fantastic.

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"crimea river" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Just in sink people were already talking about how awesome justin solo career was going to be people assumed that that his records were going to be great there was a void for that kind of popstar star that time and he really fit that void perfectly and and it it's not just that he was the right guy at the right place but something about him like so appealing to people that justified which is a a really totally competent y two k era pop record yet no it's good it's may be eight percent better than the will of ford record but something about justin's personality made people really really want to like excessively celebrate this record in fact before they'd even heard it yeah i'll see you that's interesting so you feel that not only has the periodic backlashes against him been kind of excessive but a lot of the praise he received was similarly excessive is that kind of a you're saying it absolutely it's it's somebody there's something about him that you know that someone is it very attractive like very appealing very um very cool in many many senses of the word very a common many senses of the word i had a lot of problems with justified in the early part of the solo career just you know 10 in like that alam at all total transparency interlude i'm i'm a pretty big britney fan i was so aggressively pro brittany in that breakup that f on the crimea river video was sort of a that was that was a burn a bridge he burned to the uh rob community consisting i guess entirely me and maybe six or seven other britney hardcore fans run contribute but so i thought justified at the time i thought it was for people early out of reverse for people who don't remember let's break that down what was the issue with the crimea river video as the worst fedora base strata althea because day a high.

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"crimea river" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"Remember last time justin came back suit and tie was everywhere uh the way the day role that out in a way that they're rolling this out very different so now he walks out he got tim's on in a bandanna he starts to go through his hits but he's not even singing the hits he's not singing the it so now it's all production an all background vocals and justin looks really lazy and his net looking like he's putting too much effort into this performance and we don't get any versus each is going through hooks and shit he's dj yes but way and every song nettie play that i got really excited for like i would real excited when crimea river came on because that's my sheet need to a britney spears ass up and in a beach dropped he went straight to the bridge and they got out of it uh now what i'm here for justin timberlake i'm just not if any of that he didn't sound good he didn't look good nothing about it was good if if on observant enough to pay attention past the all of the pepsi production dollars and in that's the other thing i'm i'm really amazed that pepsi did that again i'm really amazed that they tried to sneak in a little all lives matter part of the dancing with a masked women come out and they do the flags them of this they did the same exact thing closer toward the end and that's when that's when i said that you to root and in later these door putin pepsi all over the place them my god it's makes a lot of sense now i just don't like i don't like the time line of any of it starting from them them saying that hey whoever reporting that hey hold my we want hold dual but he won't do it then numb going justin puppeteer in his ass out the because black people like i just didn't like the optic of any of it and i tried not to look at it like a racial thing but just added additive late looks real make america great again that's how he looks that's how he looks at my miami my own take but look like you don't look like the same negga from gone it which is interesting timing to pick the i want to go back to tennissee to my roots album.

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"crimea river" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Afterwards to capri planned big party for the noam guests and so the patriots they had their party it even though they lost and at that party bob kraft's got up this is from tmz sports got up and told the fans he was sorry in closing down soon we kiwi two he said we really look greatness in the canada bummer for party but also did you jennifer lopez gucci mane and florida georgia line all performed who had lowering i think at some kind of a country i am not familiar furniture georgia online line that the new law hand yeah i regard as you pointed out that would in not gucci mane gucci mane new deal tung's let's party all night long not one of his long you've listened good you want to laugh at me i literally went to my phone yesterday i went to youtube and i listen to 40 minutes of justin timberlake and traffic yesterday mirror crimea river into his men and that we know we didn't talk about the super bowl performance any you and i made the deal that my job was the halftime nuts you didn't like it and i thought it was okay i did not like it i also thought he looked like he walked out of a cabela's my style i mean i get it you want to be a man of the woods but like the super bowl is not the appropriate time to do that.

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"crimea river" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Please wikki the wrong i'm getting failed right now by the it so he needs to sing sexy back yes he needs to seeing probably like rock your body he made he needs to seeing kind of has the thing camps off the feeling oh yes that like literally his biggest hit now yet he needs of saint cancel the philippine sexy back because you have to think of like member wouldn't room when katy perry to the award to the show you're like just you fireworks she has to do like i kissed a girl she has to all of number ones basically you have to do the most popular songs but what you have to do but as a fan of his first album i i gotta here like i love you i gotta here crimea river i gotta here from your either slow you have to do fast songs but crime you're over so good like if he's going to do any sort of slowish moment like off crimea river just lays down like noil forget into a slow song bring out christie bolton football game yeah you know with a bunch of like you know football fan redblooded football fan i love chris stapleton i have like sort of a twenty moment and in that segues into just think of what god i did last year which was so it was just got ahead like the perfect hat she did at just right yes i love madonna mmhmm but gogga's performance was just so amazing it was perfectly organized produce frayed perfect balance jad the moment with a million reasons and then she blew it out of the water at the at at at young end with bad romance yep yep like do that yeah i think that's what i said sexy back the finale then or can't nope not the feelings of the feeling you probably have to start you either you you probably start with the sonnen no one knows meaning healthy filthy mean the masses right and the.

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"crimea river" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"The trope don in steve the broken up at the donald trump and steve bannon or straight to park parking biggie briefing with his plan you think this is this this plantlet that was his man last week all of a sudden they also to park in should go there hasn't been this much beef since the east coast west coast to park in piggy showed and puffy beef this is real guy policy they're sending out cease and desist steve bannon this is a part of this book and the book is real he didn't write the book for michael wolff former white house deputy he's in there he wrote the book and they're talking about donald trump being in the bed eat cheeseburgers screaming at the tv and steve bannon talk greasy about his man this is like that justin timberlake britney spears crimea river shit yet i won know who's coming out with the first this track who's coming out with their hit 'em up first is going to be speedy beat or don truthful who do you think's gonna come out with their distracting ban this is all set up you think to set up what do you think within the set up they're going to come out with a distracted that would be hot here first off fuck your pitch in the click he can just do the two parts word majid is steve bannon came out chest naked nah first off folk you're pitch and the click you claim he got.

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"crimea river" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"crimea river" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Spousing that as a as like a true or false political ideology but what i'm saying is you can see how that could fuel like a sort of unfairness or victims and of course you know the response from the left would be crimea river like poor white male victim but at that feel real people i think if you i think you don't have to agree with the grievance in order to understand it and to understand why someone who had a moment where they took a tough position when short on mainstream opinion went long on their own you know observation or or values whatever who were prove right and then still never really vindicated in the quarter public opinion you can see why that would feel like a rotten deal to some people into as ties things sales last media the internet keeps coming up with new ways to frame things how there's a little bit of lagtime before the significance of certain means our pars so yes i can see if i try to broaden my heart i can see how stephen miller might have read dna these the duke lacrosse team as proxies for himself um yeah and again i i think it's important to be clear like i i don't think that the ask here if the ask is you know what's understand what drives the farthest reaches of the right wing and and and you know sort of formed their ideology i don't think that means agreeing with any or all of their positions i don't think that means even necessarily empathizing with their positions i think understanding and just sort of factually knowing their positions is is a first step so i mean let's imagined at the albright is the worst most vile political force that had ever existed in this country let's just stipulate that for the sake of argument let's say there as bad as isis right the way that we deal with isis journalistically culturally academically is to try to understand them without emphasizing our excusing right we don't read roof meaning hamanaka's amazing reporting in the new york times and say oh she must be an isis sympathizer because she is attempting to understand these people are she must have some sympathy with their views.

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