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"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:47 min | 3 months ago

"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"State. Because it's the only new resources and how difficult it is. He squeezed everything we have at everything we had. And i could go on and on. I could talk for hours about him. And his just how meticulous and precise he was back. In the old days you remember when oklahoma and was running the bone in nebraska was trying to bludgeon here with the i formation and colorado's running that buffalo bone. He was throwing the ball. He was totally different than everybody else. And then when everything started going to more throwing the football that's when the wildcat offense came into play a lot of people don't realize the wildcat formation started at kansas state. That's where it started so anyway. There's a lot of interesting things about the man. He never tuned his own horn. He was all about business and One day i'll say up at the guy if he told you something you could take it to the bank and this day in time. That's that's a very hard thing to find and so anyway. That's my opinion. Paul and let me say one last thing you know if you were to ask some men that are on that list. What they think about bill snyder for example. Ask tom osborne or maybe ask bill mccartney colorado or maybe ask Mack brown texas. Maybe bob stoops. Oklahoma and even vary switzerland at at oklahoma and i know berry sister would say he. He made it clear when they said we'll bill snyder. It's got to be the coach year. This year and barry switzer who was used to beating kansas state by sixty or seventy points every year that he's not just the coach of the year. He's not even the coach of the decade. He's a coach of the century. And so up my words. That's bills at switchboard. So that's just a thought. I had and I'm a no way saying you have a right to your own opinion. But i just felt like i wanted to say that to plow. People know who that man is. He always flew under the radar and kind of the way he liked it but only to speak up in behalf of coach schneider and so anyway that's What i had to say. Well john first of all i can't thank you enough One thing that I've always believed in his trying to always learn something and i. I knew i interviewed coach. Snyder i people that have worked with him but I didn't know a lot of what you told me. And it's very valuable to hear that and you're right there their opinions But i am far more learned today that i was an hour ago about coach nighters career. Yeah well it's it's he's he's really fascinating person if you were ever around him and i i'll share this with you because i think you'll find it interesting. When he flew me out to interview sitting in his office and i always knew about was very businesslike very punctual very precise color wildcat time which meant five minutes early and anyway he said. I've got to take this phone. Call john i'll be right back and he left and i'm looking around his office and there were no pictures brag pictures of who. I've coached and who i know. There are no football pictures. All that was in his office were video tapes everywhere he watched film meticulously and i noticed one picture in his office. It was a color print of pinocchio. Walt disney's pinocchio. And i'm looking at that picture thinking. What is the significance of this. Am mind's racing and he soon came back and so i asked him about the picture of pinocchio and he kind of smiled and he gave me kind of naval answering very private person very private person and he gave me some little answer soon. Figured it out the myself. He's japan and this program. Is that wooden boy who he's going to give lives to and he looks at that picture every day he's gonna give this program live and guy she did. I'm gonna tell you what There were a lot of people lining up to the placate state. I know the first time i was there. I remember her. Remember rod ryan the old buddy ryan's one of his sons wrecks his brother he was a defensive coordinator at oklahoma state and he basically talked about are we. We had really good linebacker core and our linebacker coach by the way paul was a young coach. A young twenty seven year. Old named brent venables man. He was our linebacker coach. And i knew. I really felt like even then when i worked with him at that time. This is the future head coach. This guy's going to be a teacher head coach anyway. Brent had a pretty good linebacker pour la was running in his mouth like he and his brother liked to do. Sometimes sarah kind of like did i do i do. I do actually like both of them. But rob was basically saying. No big deal is about the these linebackers at kansas state. Not one of those three guys start for us here in oklahoma state. Well of course that was put all over the all over the board now. I think the foul school was fifty six to seven. I think kansas state. I think i was the file but Anyway but anyway. There are a lot of a lot of good experiences and You know you're good for college football. 'cause you get people talking about it and interested in it and like i said i was born and bred in the south and play in the sec and coach at georgia for nine years. And toast the guy that you come across once named david pollock. I was his position coach. Georgia so anyway. That's a little bit about myself and I really wanted to call about coach. I have. I had the highest regard for him. He was as consistent individuals. I ever worked for with and his word was his bond. And you knew what to expect every day. There were no no surprises. And that's one thing. I really appreciate about him on life. Perhaps some the other coaches with john. I can't thank you enough. I would love to have a few more conversations. You'd be well Heading to a break was that was really interesting. And it's just fascinating to hear from someone on the inside. We are officially out of time for this program. We appreciate all of you for being a part of it Some really interesting guests Today we'll see you right here tomorrow. Thank you for listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast the paul finebaum. Show airs weekdays on the sec network beginning at three easter. Goodyear believes in the power of moving forward..

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"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:26 min | 3 months ago

"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Out the new black history. Always podcast with me clinton. Yates we at the undefeated are telling stories that remind people who we are as a culture is a living breathing entity in all parts of american society. It's not just history books and social media y'all we contain multitudes. Everyone deserves to be heard. So listen follow and let's have a conversation. Listen follow black. Always wherever you get your podcast paul. Doing we're doing great thank you. Well i wanna give you a shout i Was interested in the list. That bill connolly put out on the top ten top one hundred college coaches over the last fifty years and I know just like i like your show because you have people talk about all kinds of sports mainly college football but It's one man's opinion but it is interesting to talk about it and i. I was a college coach for thirty one years. And three of the men on that list. i actually worked for. So it's kind of interesting to see where other people rate them and whatnot and like. I said it's one man's opinion and everybody has one but i I was born and raised in the south and played in the sec and Actually coached at georgia for nine seasons. So i certainly have a pedigree in the south. But i i'm one of the few coaches that you will probably ever talk with actually Coached and all five of the power. Five conferences plus notre dame. So i've seen a pretty good cross section of the united states in terms of college football and I can remember years. And they'll big eight conference Where no one wanted to play Nebraska oklahoma or colorado when they were one two and three so it kind of goes in cycles and whatnot. But i think we'd all agree that year in year out. The sec is the strongest of the league's Year in year out With some exceptions. One of the things i wanted to call you about was the the rating and again we all know. It's one man's opinion and just like you said before you have a right to your opinion and everybody else does. I guess when. I think it's wrong with our country right now. People aren't allowed to express their opinions. But anyway i wanted to take exception to. Perhaps you're saying that bill schneider was probably did not Deserve to be in the top ken Maybe even as as low as the fortieth coach on that list. I coached for coach snyder. Also coach lou holtz and also coach for mark richt. Those were all three very different people. They all have their strengths and weaknesses. Like we all do. But i wanted to basically support my thoughts about coach bill. Snyder who coaches entire career as a head coach at kansas state I'm sure if you're aware of this or not but can't state lost five hundred games quicker than any other school in the history of college football so most people consider the looseness program in the history of the game at least before he got there. The forty three years before coach not got the kansas state. The only had four winning seasons in forty three years so again. I don't think anyone can really conceive unless you've been there. Exactly what had had a tough job. It is or it was and it still is and i was in the big eight conference Coast against coach snyder. When i was at iowa state he was at iowa walking for hayden fry and then he took the head. Coaching job at kansas state wide already coached against kansas state and has been to their Facility there stadium. It was the most depressing thing i've ever seen in my life. We were bad. I was state. But they were worse. they had a giant wildcat Big white wildcat out on the field and that saying must have had six inches of paint on it and it was like an ice rink The facilities were unbelievably bad. We had coaches got treated for frostbite in their toes in a press. Box at the ball game. It was unbelievably bad deal and they went after coach. Snyder on hayden fry staff at iowa wouldn't take no for an answer and if asia forty nine. He finally accepted the head coaching job at kansas state. And i was still in the league at that time coaching against the and you could see even from his first team that they had a plan for everything the way they wore their uniform the way they stretched the way the way they went through three more up and back then as you. Well remember because i know. You're i remember you. Paul from the birmingham days of as a sports writer. I grew up in the south. And frankly i thought that birmingham paper was one of the best college football papers in anywhere and I go way back to the legion field days. My by brother. And i actually were captains in an alabama game all the legion which was one of our biggest thrills. Walkout midfield together captains and The very first game. I ever one as a college player was our second game of the season. We upset alabama it act. The game was actually played jackson allen coach bryan birthday and the very first game that i ever that i ever coached in I was at georgia tech as a graduate assistant. Legion field and they're across. The field was coach. Bryant with that game planning rolled up his hand. I thought to myself away to get your so anyway. have a lot of fun memories. Every time i go through birmingham seeing vulcan over there and the old days of legion field and do remember you when you wrote there. But anyway i'll get back to coach coach snyder You know he took over there and you could see a plan in place and It was Just even the way he designed the uniforms he designed them the striping and all the coordination just like the dallas cowboys were very successful franchise. the time. He warned his players to think about being successful He contacted me several years later when i was basically out of work and One enough. I'd be interested in job at kansas state. He tried me down. And i told him i would be and It was one more interesting experiences of my life. I i've worked for many different people. Say they all have their strengths and weaknesses but Coach schneider three hundred sixty five days. Out of the year was the best Head football coach. I was around. He had a plan for everything. I always felt like we were more prepared than the other team He was never too high. Never too low. he Seldom he never yelled at anybody. Selling laughton business and all about preparation and If you could just only know how difficult job. Kansas state still is to this day. Even though what he built there at the miracle in manhattan. You wouldn't believe the stadium now the facilities and what they're like and The stadium is named bill. Snyder family stadium and when they wanted to name it for a while he was still coaching. He said under one condition that you name. It builds not her family stadium. He always felt bad about A little bit of time. He gave his family trying to build that thing case state. Emily tell you. Paul back in the late nineties when i first coach for him We we weren't real deep but we could. We could beat anybody. And i'll tell you well coached team had guys the very first. Bcs bowl championship game was played between tennessee and florida state. If i'm not mistaken right. We lost a game in double overtime to texas. Say n if we just made one play we play. Apply tennessee for the national title and We should be been unbelievable but Anyway on to bring us up to you. that In my opinion it's my opinion that all the places. I've been pakistan big ten notre dame. Sec acc the greatest coaching job. In my opinion that's ever been done. History sport in college. Football was what bills sonata did it. at kansas.

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"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:34 min | 3 months ago

"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And we are back yesterday afternoon. We're delighted to join crecy. Floyd covers the mississippi state. We talked to her. She covers a lot of things so she chrissy used to cover Lsu and obviously another quarterback guru. We talked to right before the draft. Chrissy great to have you back. Glad you're here. And i'm sure you're really excited about this new adventure covering this to be stay. How are you pretty good. Yeah thanks for having me on. It's definitely an interesting making the transition from baton rouge bill a little bit different of a plane while you're certainly You you've seen a lot of great offense in baton rouge in. No state fans are hoping to see it this year with mike lead. Show what are you picking up so far. Yeah i mean this. This offense is obviously one of the most respected in the nation. I maybe the element of it in high school football college football and the nfl Obviously as repetition based offense and so you kinda look at last year and we saw this feeling of what. I think that it can be against. Lsu and everything went perfectly. But i mean when you when you look at mississippi state. The way that this team was before it was. Rpo offense a lot of stuff done with a running quarterback and then you basically do a total one eighty going over to the air raid and with the covert offseason. You have no chance to get those reps in and so you basically teach and new scheme on either side of the ball over resume. Which puts you in a really bad position. But i think that now As the coaches have reiterated over and over again there are a lot of guys that are bought into this scheme. I think we're gonna see some really versatile running back that our wealth appeared for the nfl. A lot of emerging wide receivers. The offensive lines can up gown. But we've seen some good things from them from time to time. And i mean the pass rush looking at other side of the ball was also probably dole. The show where. We looked at saturday's scrimmage. So i think that. There's a lot of just underrated aspects of this team and i'm really excited to watch what they do. I know we've talked about this In the past chrissy. But i but also no. You're quite a student of of what mike leach is doing. Would you mind explaining a little back story on. Because mike leach of course worked for hal mummy and then he he took his wares elsewhere When did all this really begin what we're about to see from from mississippi state. Yeah we'll obviously started the whole thing. I will wesley and then took it to kentucky And some other places and when we look at the air rate it's a little bit differently Across the country. I think that mississippi state runs it in its purest warm I think that nevada ones somewhat similarly. I think they use a running back a little. Bit more over there North carolina state so long ago uses it to a certain extent. But i think we're gonna see the ball distributed to a lot of guys and i think we're gonna see quite a few passing yards and probably the the highest total throws across the country. And certainly across the sec. What's the quarterback battle. Looks like. yeah. I think that will roger. That's kind of hard to see a situation in which that he's not the starter. I thought he did a pretty impressive job. Less you're taking the reins for graduate transfer someone like j costello who was so experienced you of a guy who doesn't really have any experience and i think that he's finished. Completion percentage of somewhere around seventy percents. I thought that he looked relatively composed and ahead of schedule to be just a true freshman But i think that he's he's been a little bit up and down throughout this spring. But i think that he's got really good leadership ability. I think certainly has the backing of this team. I think that he gets better every day. And obviously Running is not really something that we asked quarterback to do in the air raid offense. But i think that he showed decent mobility inability to aid pressure and the situation that he needs to. We haven't really seen jack abraham out there. I think that it's really respectable. Way way that chance lover. Tich to south alabama transfer though has made quite the push and i think he's looked pretty good and i think that the backup position is definitely going to be something to watch and i think that mississippi state is going to be happy with whatever backup. It ends up with quarterback christie we. We spent so much time talking about michael elite teams from an offensive standpoint but often it has been the defense that has been their undoing. What do you what. What's your take on on the state defense for for tw- for this year. Yeah well. I think that they have one of the best secondary than the nation. Like i mentioned earlier. I think the past russia's been really good. But i mean whenever we look at you always talking about lsu and they're big. Cornerback duo this year. Elias rix and derek singlet junior but when we look at the secondary that mississippi state has going on we have some big names like more numbers to june. Your fred peters. Who's going to be fully healthy this year emmanuel forbes and the transfer jalen green. So i think that we're going to see a lot of opposing quarterbacks. Under duress and a lot of interceptions is ethan year. Before you go. I would like your thoughts on. Lsu spent a lotta time or on their program in recent years. And maybe i'm i'm a sucker for positivist but every time we show always you're on on the air. He of course he did this last year. Too i mean. He is always extolling the virtues of his players. I know that's how that's how he coaches but a lot of people think there's this could be a breakthrough year for lsu. What do you think. Yeah i mean. I think that there's stacked at virtually every position on both sides of the ball. I think that they've done a really good job over there in baton rouge up kind of i call it returning to their twenty nine thousand nine national championships route. I think about that. Coaching staff guys like jake. P dj mingas. They're all related job radio passing concepts. They're all familiar with. I think that they're in a very good situation at quarterback. It's extremely unfortunate. What happened two miles brennan. But i mean we look at guys like max johnson who showed really good mobility. I also thought he was ahead of schedule for a true freshman last year Talk about finishing the season to ano with the upset against florida. And then at home over ole miss and then gary nussmeier to me has just the greatest feeling even with brennan in that room and i think they've got a lot to be excited about in the future. I think as i mentioned they have one. That is secondary to the nation right there at mississippi state and i think that if they put it all together it's gonna be a very dangerous team returning to former glories very quickly kristie before you go with like your your broadview the from a quarterback standpoint chris you you spend so much time analyzing breaking quarterbacks down you know some are better known than others but Which ones are you other than the two we two programs we've talked about. Where are you paying a lot of attention to. Yeah well i thought the whole will lavish thing over. There at kentucky was kind of interesting. I think that it caught all of us by surprise. That's kind of one of those intriguing situations that i'm gonna be watching but my top two format corral. Ms jt daniels. I think that that's a very Close to thing going on there. I thought that Mackerel had a larger sample size and did a better job with the larger sample size but as far as always from jt daniels that little bit. If he keeps that up. I think that he could easily become the best quarterback in the conference. I'm very excited about those two. Another fantastic conversation with chrissy freud christie many many. Thanks hope you'll come back. Always.

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"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"crissy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Playoffs and consolidates down to four conferences because while these teams are not in for right up front paul. Usf grad florida grad. And we've got our issues right now. The the long term aspect of what's happening here is exactly what you just said. And unless somebody proactive and does something almost remarkable. These people are going to going away. I'd like your opinion. Rob you really good point and let me talk about michael for a second. Who the commissioner. this is. His background He he he's a lawyer by trade he. He was formerly at espn and then became the president of the college of college. Sports for cbs for many many years. So he knows everyone not only does he know everyone. He's cut all these deals He did the deal with the sec. He's done the nc double a basketball deal. And he not that bob. Al-zughbi is a is a is a shrinking violet. He's not he's a very smart guy and he's been an ada at stanford and somewhere else. Now the big twelve but he's got a bad product. He knows that he's put up a good fight. He threw a bunch of stuff up against the espn and against sankey. But it's not going to stick and what happened over. The weekend is the clear indication that when the other three one nothing to do with you. You're dead. I mean this is we can. We can talk about mob terms or are gentlemen terms but he's going to get rubbed out and when that happens call. Thank you very much when that happens. The problem is these other schools especially in the c and specifically your favorite. Ucf's there's so many sycophantic suck ups. They sink that now bowls going to be able to add two or three teams from the american and that the automatic bid will continue. And they'll get the thirty six six six million dollar payout and these people just don't understand the inner workings of what's happening behind the scenes. I've a little bit of insight of a little bit of a connection. So i don't want to give away anything fair to my source but paul you know this as well and so all. I'm really looking for you to do at this. Point is and the. Sec is a remarkable conference. What they do there is just head and shoulders above everybody else. We're we're all looking for life preservers. I think you can understand that. And so the point is though these other schools and i feel badly for our schools in our conference. He's trying to make something happen. And it has to be done proactively so i'm not sure really. What what this whole. Dust up is with bowls and espn or arrests. Go but the bottom line. Is they have a shrinking contracting product. And the people who think they're going to jump to the big twelve and reap the rewards of that. It's not there. It's fool's gold. What's on the other end of the rainbow is not pot of gold waiting for them. And so i just think arrests go who i think is really the best of the group of five commissioners. If he can't make something happen then i just don't see what the as the light of the end of the tunnel is for the rest of the group of five and let me by the way you clearly understand what's going on. A rescue has been very quiet for the last four weeks Which is unusual for him. He's very media friendly guy anybody who what does that tell you. You wanna tell ya i. It's always interesting in times of great conflict those who scream and holler are clearly not involved. Because anybody who's ever been in a big deal knows you. Don't talk a bowls me. I don't blame those before. Anything he did. He's playing to his constituency constituency. He was trying to save the big twelve and he's failed So what is one book. Paul one more thing and i know you're going to cut me off but one more thing. Let's just say this happens. Let's say the big twelve implodes arrestable ads in schools from the big twelve Maybe even grabby maybe even grab a byu or maybe even coach I hate to use that word. It's overused Boise state and tries to build the american into a sixteen team conference with two divisions modeled. It after the sec. What obviously not in. Oklahoma texas alabama there but there are some schools that have their moments. If you put the best of the worst together that could be interesting and paul. Thank you very much. Thank you talk thoroughly enjoyed the conversation. It's nice to talk somebody that really understands the intricacies which some which bear she people do. And that's up. It's not meant as a as a shy. These things are not easy to understand what really goes on. We're all and we. We react in that fashion. We are heading to break right now. We have a guest coming up more of your phone calls. Eight five five. Two five to seven.

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Digital Teleconverters Are Better than You Might Think

The Digital Story

03:34 min | 5 months ago

Digital Teleconverters Are Better than You Might Think

"Today. I'm going to talk about the joy of digital tele converters honest. I'm serious. This is not a joke. I'm really going to talk about how cool these things are now. I'm going to start with a story from fathers day which just happened I'm recording this on monday. So this was yesterday and my two boys live down in the santa clara area. And i'm in santa rosa. So san francisco is sort of like halfway in between so they set up the sing where we would meet Down in san francisco Around the presidio area which is just this lovely beautiful area part of san francisco and so we'd meet down there and they arranged for some takeout and we're going to eat out on this great green expanse at the presidio. Were just beautiful. People go there and they just hang out and picnic and families come and then after we had our picnic and so forth They had a walk planned and we kind of walk along crissy field in some nice views of the golden gate bridge and the city itself. So i knew that You know where we're gonna be someone to make sure. I had a camera with me. But i also knew that i wanted to travel light. This wasn't a day for me to you. Know have a bunch of photos care. And be. Like one of those dads. This was a day for me to enjoy and spend time with my boy. So i wanted to travel light well. I'm sure that's a huge shock to you right. Of course. I wanted to travel i. I almost always wanted to travel light. Regardless so i packed in my pocket. I had the iphone twelve pro. Max and i thought that would be particularly useful for the ultrawide if i needed it in a does have that. You know that to axe telephoto there. But i was more in the mood to shoot with fuji film. The x one hundred v is this that kind of day. I don't know i just. It just felt good to hold it in the hand and everything so my iphone stayed in my pocket all day. I never. I never used it once but i did pull out the x one hundred eighty. So we're taking our walk. And i i see some shots when we when we get near the water Played around with some shots with the golden gate bridge in the background in some really cool things in the foreground. That was fun in the thirty five millimeter. Equivalent lands of the excellent hundred v Was fantastic for that. It really was. It was great so that was all going really well. But then we kind of reversed direction. We went back the other way and the view that right away caught. My eye was the san francisco skyline with a kind of a semi low hanging clouds bank. So he had a little bit of blue right behind the buildings. Some fog above it a love that kind of sandwich. Look it's it's really gorgeous and in the foreground right in front of the city was the dome from the palace of fine arts. Going man has really nice. And then i had some good stuff to work within the foreground in front of that even so i'm going. That is a shot. i wanna do. I know a little bit of a postcard. Shaba does kind of an unusual angle and the lighting was really good. And i just wanted. The shooter is wanted to shoot him.

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Chrissy Teigen in Talks With Oprah to Do Big Interview

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:30 min | 5 months ago

Chrissy Teigen in Talks With Oprah to Do Big Interview

"Chrissy teigen is in talks with oprah sitdown interview so crissy's very long apology yesterday after acusations of cyberbullying is not working which is why the star that troubled star. He's looking to the dramatically reset the agenda sources tell me the following quotes chrissy has been advised that it's best to go into hiding low and she's being told that if she shuts up past other shutting up is not exactly her style which is why she's talking to oprah to markle type sitdown interview to tell her truth. Sources go onto ad. Chris's a fighter and she believes that she's such an excellent communicator. She is that she can talk self out of any mess. I'm not sure that's true. She's reached out to several friends. Who have convinced that this would be a good idea. Donny what do you think you know. I actually i. i've always liked christie teagan. I think this time though. What she said was really hirsch harsh and was really hurtful and it wasn't just to one person it wasn't just courtney stodden it was lindsay lohan. It was fair abraham. It was this new guy from michael stellar from project runway. These are multiple multiple people. And i think now it doesn't matter what she does you either. You have made up your mind about who. Chrissy teigen is an additive. Her apologizing for the hundred time is going to change your opinion.

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"crissy" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Any of these people talk. Yeah he's ivy league Or credentials like editors they would never in a million years. Pick Jake paul like those people who are foisted on them because they have such an organic mass following forced to pay attention on them. These people are selected. You know th th th. That's why shows get ratings because the influencers at court are really was interesting as sure variety might be a trade magazine. That would talk about this stuff but after like it would almost be kind of an expose in the old days whereas now they're cheering. How smart they are to do too cynical thing and see that type of positive article is almost like you can tell. Hbo themselves planted this article. A publicist said. Hey he's a great story that you might want to put him variety. It's about how basically bribed our way to get you know. Positive reviews among Black riders because the quotes from warnermedia. It's like warnermedia's senior. Vp of multicultural marketing tells variety. It's cool to be a blurred right now just that job title a vp of senior vp of multicultural marketing. The corporatization of social justice has never been title the ceo of looking at whoa cash. I mean. I don't doubt that you know there are genuine people that genuinely enjoy this stuff and genuine people who worked on it and whatever but the problem is like you're saying it's not the practice or whatever as much as it is the conflation the pro the very regular practice of being completed with like serving a community and all of these terms. And it's like that when you take you know mental health terms on twitter and they apply gas lighting to someone not responding to them or like following a certain person or whatever the fuck like it's the inflation of things vacuums out the meaning and makes it Infuriating the making this sound like The serving and under served community by office not a community. It's a handful of you know middle class college educated influencers but on on on top of that because just tv and it's not that deep but yeah I i tell you if socialism became culturally. Ascendant you'd have a job senior be wondering media senior. Vp of class. fafsa mouse. You know that would be a title. I'm telling you to goes amazon's those amazon ads like my dad will always like point them out as like Like amazon's doing something kind of and it's like amazon's like has these ads. We're like the drivers and stuff are like. I love amazon because like we're working on like climate change and if initiatives like we're working on being carbon neutral and it's like what the fuck like people like like people see those ads in there like yeah like i like this dad who's working with amazon to reduce their impact without considering you know that it's funny amazon's vote in the first place and you know most interesting the way that things kind of all all blend with each other in the world of content right..

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Problematic Premium Feed

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"To Ambush me maybe. The commentary scared her but they. I'm sure she doesn't read comments but the on twitter. She's active on twitter. And i saw what she was getting on twitter and she was getting reporter on in the comments. You know people said stuff about how It's possible for stories to take place during a given time period and for those characters to be unaffected by the time period. And i would say that. Actually it's fucking non stop and that even if she had a more ambient anxiety about soviets or whatever the only thing we really got was that that christian thing of like she'll be sponsored by the christians and she doesn't really agree with that and actually she likes soviet sponsorship and earnings sportsmanship and whatever And that's fine but it doesn't really give any perspective to what people cared about at the time and it you don't really need to harp on it for it to be present like even if you think about like someone like betty draper in madman having anxiety about nukes. She still a housewife. Who was basically completely taken care of and it doesn't really affect your otherwise but of course it affected everyone and this is supposed to be a drama. It's not supposed to be the marvelous. Mrs maisel but it basically is the marvelous. Mrs maisel plays chess. And i think it's funny when people say that it's like madmen. It kind of is like madmen but totally toothless. Which is what. Mrs maisel is. Mrs maisel is madman. Meets forrest gump right. But even for his gumbo lease with the jenny. Stuff had some kind of Stakes even you know like so for all the saccharin tweenies of forrest. Gump even that was willing to go somewhere which this it keeps walking into the precipice and then instead of a cliff is just like You know this cotton candy at the end. Is this very weird. It's like yeah. It's it's bizarre. And you know to go back to the pedophilia right. There was a lot of bathing to it right where they were kind of bathing. It and then it would just be very innocuous but it was like for example when she does the simultaneous at the school where the guy takes her. You have a bunch of those walk into this room and stares stare her down and it looks like you Is this some kind of weird. Like when she's going from board to board. I feel like there. there's a sexual undertone to it. You know she's always looking ordering all these boys and we'd also had the setup of her like you said looking at boys with clapping the erasers and stuff. That could have been something that they could have built on even without dialogue just like framing having the boys talk about her differently or whatever but then she just goes home each eats a bunch of bunch of candy and talks to the guy. About how like she basically ran through all those dudes and i understood that that was intentional. But at the same time like you're saying it was bred cramming something that never pays off. Even the words you use sexual now think it's not even accidental..

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Problematic Premium Feed

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Well i would. I would have also been not to take you off. But i would have been canceled. Gra another thing that would have happened. Inevitably i think is if you try not to get cancelled and like i think you're probably about to say like it's it. Seems like easier now for people to succeed in like the the media landscape. Because you don't really have a chance to have those realizations when things are like. When you're just at teed vogue you're not just you can actually like for example you were probably like maybe hitting a wall because you couldn't Get a chance to do long form. Real journalism a b. If you ever did get lucky enough to do it you would have this kind of imposter syndrome or this lack of tools. What i'm saying. Is that the big boys have degraded so much and the content aesthetic and mindset has so permeated everything that you could have even been problematic if you kept as your brand you could have you know ended up as Getting hbo show. You could have got a comedy central show. You could have realistically gained success by just being a content Queen but the flip side of getting that success is now you really have incentive to never get that self-awareness because now you're like you've achieved a certain amount of success like for example. Ben shapiro never hit it. Big on doing his stick. He might have quick conservatism. Like like pretty early and become a normal dude but at like eighteen or something he hit it big and it's like he kind of has to be this guy. It's like a sunk cost on trap. He almost is ben shapiro. Kent now wake up and be like you know what i wasted my whole life. This is a bunch of shit. And i'm an evil person. Want to stop eating these terrible meals and posting them on like. What is he going to do on liberal. She liberals are crazy enough democratic settlement to the fall if he did it during the trump era welcome to the resistance but he apologized as then people would say you know what what is going to be that guy and i think the fact that you came about too early and you know hit that wall because like you said it would have made you an awful person if you being that person but i think even more so if you succeeded at it because one thing i see by navigate this game very well like type of blue sharks and content creators. Good that navigate this world very well and i don't really wanna name names because i'm tired of burning bridges but yeah they're just awful people. They're awful people on twitter. Anyone who works with them. They're awful anyone who's in a writer's room that they run their awful but they're so yeah best in the in this game and the rules of this game i have to produce the most content i have to make they start making the rules of. What's and i think that's what you're saying is true ten extent. I would say like the only thing that i would say is not true. Not that i wasn't. It's not that. I wasn't given the opportunity. It was that like. I was failing. Because i think you did say this but like i didn't have the thought processes and the skills to do the work that i thought i wanted to do in the first place and i think that was really like i had a lot of things converge at once or it was like. This isn't even make any sense. Like i would actually have to. I think i have to learn..

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Problematic Premium Feed

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Get ready guys subversion like hey hey hey cracker. i'm not your magical negro. Joe lean or god. I forgot about the crowd saying the crack the crackers another superficial way to that you know. She's at the magical negro yes. She does magical negro stuff but with a magical negro but the main character would never say slurs yes but the main character would never be and also if if she was a magical negro. Can you imagine like The guy from green mile or will bagger vance saying cracker. He wouldn't state at so she's obviously not a magic negro. She's seeing the white character even though everything revolves around the right character at the end of the day so they have those little superficial subversions just like the last jibe at the end. Everything before that supposed of subversion and everything after functions exactly like the trope that the supposedly subverting. And i think in a way like bay these people kind of flat and social justice into the same type of Box ticking yeah. Yeah box-ticking and preaching to the choir. I want to tie this back to what we were originally talking about your career because there was a reason why i thought it was important to start with that and it might sound. This is horrible organization on my part but anyone anyone survive podcast press printed used this. They've maybe even learn to love it. Who knows but There was a reason why we wanted to include that in and started as our conversation just catching up and then we made a connection. It was like why you were realizing about your career. And what you doing at the revamped thought catalog. i think expands to media altogether. Like i think the internet i think tv. I think movies. It's not anything endemic to any one of those medium. I think there's a bigger concept and is called content. I feel like content is king. Everything is content. And what's happening is everything is following. The rules of content tv follows the rules of content movies. Follow the rules of content. Internet and social media follows the rules of content as opposed to what the opposite will be will be which would be works or projects..

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"They okay also the mom at one point explicitly says like i can't decide which of them is more handsome and more delicious and i'm like all right so the mom is going to embarrass her and fuck one of the guys doesn't happen baby. She hooks these guys. Nope doesn't happen and it's not like i want. Everyone shows to fuck that. They keep saying it's going to happen but i think they're like let's say that. So then this is where i think they do. They say certain things sit in your mind fills in the blank. And then they don't have to show it so they Yeah seed it with like you know an underage train but it never show it. So it's like if you say you're gonna feel like you're the crazy one for bringing it up but also they get the benefit of titillating you without actually having to do the bad thing. Which is what our ironic about. How people hate cutie. So much at the problem. Cuties real crime is that it didn't give the viewer. The plausible deniability that netflix viewers enjoy. Shows are so shot through with weird kink but they give you all the plausible deniability queasy stranger things and there's like two or three parallel romances and make out scenes and all the people who are fans of stranger. Things who are super fans are clearly. Sexualizing the kids but the creators can always say. Hey we didn't put anything explicitly. You know it gives the writer what you said before being me. Think of how it gives it. You wonder how where the show is. But it also gives the writers and the creators a way of being seeming self-aware. Like winking at like we know that this is a dramatic way that this could go. We know that this is possible. And maybe you were thinking it so now we're going to put it in your minds and then we're going to avoid it fully and that's not good but people enjoy that because i guess it's soothing but again like if i want to be sued..

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"I'm like all right. That is the clearest reference to like foster kids being used and abused like if dad whose idea was to adopt and then just fully ignores her. I'm expecting that he's going to be a creep of sorts. No he just leaves Because how about this Doesn't leave the wife for a younger woman. They implied so so then you think okay. So he's into younger women. What does that say about his idea to Adopter was he planning to do something with her at some point. It just didn't happen but then the mom says something else as a final line in the scene that i found really weird. She's like i didn't do good as a wife. I didn't learn to be a wife. But i think i could be a good mother if you give me a chance at could learn and if you promise to never go to denver which is where the guy wait. Why does she want her. Never go to denver. The innocuous reason could be I don't want you that like to not leave her. Sure yeah yeah to not leave her or to choose the father over her. But i'm thinking they didn't have much of a connection. Why would she choose the father. And then i thought no. Maybe she thinks the father would try to fucker like yeah and that would be. That's kind of if you know anything about what happens with predators in the in foster care. In adoptions whatever like if you've ever watched law and order svu then yeah it's setting it up. It's very factual it's it's setting up this idea and then again. I don't think it's clever. Writing to keep avoiding any potential consequences that might occur in the real world. I think it's more cowardly and it's not committing to the fantasy. And i feel like even a show like marvelous mrs maisel at least commits to a fantasy of worlds. And it's by the fucking gilmore. Girls people this joe. You're supposed to take it seriously. And i don't understand the board take early altogether like make like anne anne. You know kind of khemisset a fact that this is a fantasy version of of orphan. Life you know but this one is like if it was any but it was teasing a lot of Adult trauma like molesting and drug addiction. But it's still had happy endings of of any know it. It doesn't do the escapism service. Because it's too Shot through with weirton relations of underage sex and drug addiction. And whatever but it also doesn't do d- adult expiration of trauma any service because it never pulls the trigger on any of this stuff so thank you. Learning anything about getting over traumas not getting anything about how people get over sexual abuse or pedophilia or bad boyfriends or bad husbands or how to get over addiction. You know it gives you just enough of it. To remind you you're watching a grownup show but not enough of the actual fallout and resolution of it. Because i guess writing about that stuff is hard and not fun and also it's like i guess it's just it's a show that's like a bedtime story of a show but it's not enough of a bedtime story like you said for it to be it's not enough of a fantasy for me to have it be Enjoyable through and through like it was knowing because it doesn't pick what it wants to be an it takes itself really seriously and i was like shorts. Thought everyone would feel that way or some people would feel that way but it seems like instead it was celebrated for doing exactly that and sort of choosing to say nothing about anything about trauma about the soviets about the cold war about chess..

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"To Ambush me maybe. The commentary scared her but they. I'm sure she doesn't read comments but the on twitter. She's active on twitter. And i saw what she was getting on twitter and she was getting reporter on in the comments. You know people said stuff about how It's possible for stories to take place during a given time period and for those characters to be unaffected by the time period. And i would say that. Actually it's fucking non stop and that even if she had a more ambient anxiety about soviets or whatever the only thing we really got was that that christian thing of like she'll be sponsored by the christians and she doesn't really agree with that and actually she likes soviet sponsorship and earnings sportsmanship and whatever And that's fine but it doesn't really give any perspective to what people cared about at the time and it you don't really need to harp on it for it to be present like even if you think about like someone like betty draper in madman having anxiety about nukes. She still a housewife. Who was basically completely taken care of and it doesn't really affect your otherwise but of course it affected everyone and this is supposed to be a drama. It's not supposed to be the marvelous. Mrs maisel but it basically is the marvelous. Mrs maisel plays chess. And i think it's funny when people say that it's like madmen. It kind of is like madmen but totally toothless. Which is what. Mrs maisel is. Mrs maisel is madman. Meets forrest gump right. But even for his gumbo with the jenny stuff had some kind of Stakes even you know like so for all the saccharin tweenies of forrest. Gump even that was willing to go somewhere which this it keeps walking into the precipice and then instead of a cliff is just like You know this cotton candy at the end. Is this very weird. It's like yeah. It's it's bizarre. And you know to go back to the pedophilia right. There was a lot of bathing to it right where they were kind of bathing. It and then it would just be very innocuous but it was like for example when she does the simultaneous at the school where the guy takes her. You have a bunch of boys. Walk into this room and stares stare her down and it looks like you Is this some kind of weird like when she's going from board to board. I feel like there. there's a sexual undertone to it. You know she's always looking ordering all these boys and we'd also had the setup of her like you said looking at boys with clapping the erasers and stuff. That could have been something that they could have built on even without dialogue just like framing having the boys talk about her differently or whatever but then she just goes home each eats a bunch of bunch of candy and talks to the guy. About how like she basically ran through all those dudes and i understood that that was intentional. But at the same time like you're saying it was bred cramming something that never pays off. Even the words you use sexual now think it's not even accidental. I think unconsciously because she ran through all those boys like like even the words ran through. Sounds like the best way to put what happened. They kind of make it seem like you know it. Almost something orgiastic about it in a weird way. But it's like sh- she dominated them you know and They kind of traffic in the elicit impulse while pretending to have a subverting impulse like actually feminist and empowering but really..

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Like you're just going to go ahead and say that but there are a lot more people have. I don't watch tv really looking for what's great. And what's not. i'm. I'm truly watching for a diversion and when it comes to this show i was watching forever and then just kept getting frustrated. How how insulted. I was as a viewer just by like stop trying to toe the line between like smart trauma like you know spiral and like just watching this fucking show about chest and then once i saw the reactions i was like all right. I'm not crazy. People really do think this is like smart good in the show. Thought it was taking itself seriously. I think people thought it was smart in good because it was suddenly. I think there's two very big impulses that are happening in the culture now and one is this vegetation of trauma and all this all this stuff but the other one is very childlike hunger for free childlike hunger. For fantasy and validation and escapism. And this thing kind of combines both because it goes through the motions like it's gonna be about trauma so in a way you almost think you really did see something about a lot of trauma like when that buzzfeed article says she is not defined by her trauma but she's not wanting not defined by her trauma. She's actually not by. She's that really that traumatize really you know But then it also gives you the comfort. It's like you said there's no friction. It takes away all the unscom like for example. It actually had or get molested. I'm not saying. I want her to get money. Like i need to watch a show. Where a kid gets but if anything had happened besides her getting herself addicted to drugs. Not that it's her fault as child right but if this character had gone through more than just this weird drug addiction device bless you then i think i would have if i saw more than just the addiction if there was anything more than that it would have made sense but it was just addiction and genius and that's it like geniuses overwhelming so she's a drug addict and at a certain point. I'm like let the girl fucking drink. She's really good at chess watching it. Yeah and it's like you don't wanna be rooting for the addiction. You want to be you..

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"You have to traffic in it and like in this show. The tropes people said that it was subverting tropes because she's not divided by her trauma. Whatever whatever but it's actually just using those tropes and redefine them but just then taking out whatever the stakes there are and you're whatever the dramatic potential is just like flattening it so that it's just purely enjoyable to watch and i'm totally fine with things being purely enjoyable to watch. But not yeah. I'm not fine with it. Being like a critical darling being celebrated for. I thought that things are going to happen. But then they don't isn't that so clever. Like no yeah. Yeah exactly because if anything all you're doing is trivializing. When the bad things do happen to people you know but because in what they just victims of bad luck was not pretty enough. You know they just not smart enough to get out of it because she doesn't do anything to avoid these bad things he technically does just a bunch of bad choices driving alone with strange older man to go places not telling. The people tasked with Being charged with her where she's really going like for example they put you in a position where you almost feel like the head of the school is. Something's wrong with her. Want her to play chess alone with some strange man that nobody knows what they're doing. You know what. I mean like you start thinking. Wow what a bunch of horrible perverts to project that this guy to like that lives in the basement and his surly. It doesn't talk to. Anybody is a loner and antisocial. Like how dare they think that guy might be up to something weird playing chess with like a ten year old girl by himself in his sweaty bank off to the side basement apartment. Like like. Yeah also sean. With that guy. I thought he was gonna. I thought they were going to be like yeah. He's the janitor and a chess genius because he's a child molester something but now he just was the janitor and he loved her forever and his love is pure and his intentions..

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"That's what nuances you know But really is just like you said indecisiveness or incomplete things this the latest thing that he just kinda dangled out there and then john just don't do but in addition to her playing basement ping chess in the basement with the guy does also like he's like i'm going to bring some other older men to meet you happened. I was like okay. Are they using the chest as a way to bathe her. and she's going to be his. Pedophilia ring you know because the creep and they make them act a little bit creepy. Like i'm normally magic here. But they come in and they're like this is the girl that's specimen. Yeah the picture thing. I was like the whole time that i was watching it. I'm like ra lake time for something dramatic happen but and it completely denies the reality of a the time period is ignored almost entirely throughout the show. Besides like be it ignores the reality and if all these people on twitter who obsessed with trauma and stuff like that should be looking at this as the show that denies the reality of what happens to kids in orphanages or foster care especially of that time especially vulnerable and you're addicted to pills or whatever they're saying you so basically. She threw no self preservation instincts of her own. Just looks out through everything in life and passes out strange guys all the time. She's alone with old men who are antisocial in the basement while they bring other older men around and no one's around and she's on drugs and it's this weird like fairytale world where nothing bad ever happens to her and it's kind of weird that it gets a reputation for being this feminist anthem. But i think in a way. It's almost a celebration of men about a men. Are that bad. No actually there are plenty of guys during the sixties who were really nice. Gals the soviets. They probably didn't hate the americans that much like their endless there was the piece. Adam was critical of the show in vulture this writer jane who She said at one point that stuck with me that everything potentially traumatizing are problematic in the show gets actively taken up as fodder for beauty whether it's like her addiction or she's doing her makeup and she's on drugs or she becomes a chess champion and all the older guys like dote on her and one of them is curiously bisexual or gay. I guess.

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Call him tyrone so they actually ty in all that old school stuff to about. You know the white genocide stuff mixed in with you know the white alfred white chad guy and i swear. This is going to tie into queen's gambit purpose of this episode. Kim tired into queens. Gamut i swear yeah we will in terms of just when you were talking about the gays in the movie. We haven't watched in cuties. I was thinking about how. It's interesting that in queen's gambit for anyone who's watched it that's what we're going to talk about and hey by mostly the reaction to it. But in queen's gambit people were praising it for how Nothing bad ever really happens. And in the beginning of the show in the orphanage i think me and a lot of other people were like waiting for one of the characters to like. Get molested or something. Because that's what. I wanna talk it up. And then there's a deflating of all dramatic tension and people word celebrating that as like. It's almost like it. Avoids having any gays at all and then more fascinating leave. People still managed to project like look how white male writers.

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"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"crissy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Hey how's it goin' champagne sharks. Hope everyone's doing well just wanted to Do some brick house that people. No good a champagne. Sharks dot com. You get access to all the links related to champagne sharks so instead of asking guys with the youtube is located with patriots. located within merchandise is located. You can go there and find it all and you can find where we are social media our products all that stuff also in addition to the existing patriae on benefits which includes discord server club night movie night. Discussions show notes newsletter and most importantly bonus episodes were also giving people invites to the new voice social media networking club clubhouse so right now closed off and beta testing a yet to be an iphone member. But if you join patriot. John and through patriarch joined the discord. You will be able to get a clubhouse invites and the reason why we want people to get those clubhouse invoices because we're doing a lot of stuff with the creators and the podcast fans and needs to get invited to take part of that including a new weekly creator and fans show that we've started over there we get to interact with us and with each other so definitely become a patron for five dollars a month at patriotair dot com slash champagne sharks without further ado. Here is the episode take care. Hey how's it going champion sharks. This is trevor that we.

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"crissy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"crissy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And bring them. That's right. Love aren't just anything else. Yes. I got a good one for you. Mr better. You've got about ten minutes. Okay. Last year when the wind was blowing out eighteen times last year. That's it straight out. The cubs were thirteen and five they averaged six runs a game own an average five runs a game thirteen and five that was the best record based on where the wind was blowing. If it was a cross wind blowing in blowing out the cubs of their best record with the wind blowing out all homerun wise. It was even they they hit thirty opponents at thirty one. But the cubs were thirteen and five when was when was blowing out go to the windows the cubs in the over. I guess so the teams averaged eleven per game. I don't know what the over under his. But it's probably about nine. I'm guessing I'm gonna look right now. Hold on. But think about that eight only eighteen times out of eighty one games was blowing straight out. This doesn't include crosswinds running eighteen thousand eighty one. This is not the hitter's park. You think it is at times tonight today, though, is one of them still cool. But but. Get that one up in the wind. You're gonna get some do some damage, then here's Cohen was on the mound Vegas. Give up. He will give up a couple of home runs Vegas is all over your stats because the line is ten and a half. See they know that they know tone. Oh, excuse me. Ten and a half the cubs or a minus one sixty four favourite angels or plus one fifty four right now, boy, it would be really hard for him to go like, you know, seven innings one run. That's my opinion. I think he he's the type I've said it all spring that will give up a couple long balls, but he can battle so six a start out of hamels is not out of the question comes played last night, though with the rain delay. The angels were off and kind of wait around a tough one just one warm weather team in a cold city. Yup. Yup. That could be all right. Should we all take jesse's advice? May during Doug before us to say study long study, Ron. In fact, that I did this research is not going to help you. Thank you just ever go weekend by Jesse Rogers at ESPN shakeups. What do you think your make the play play? One sixty four make the plight. Get aggressive. Crissy's rights. Golo zone for the angels. It's Tyler Skaggs again north. And I have the odds couple about. Much about Tyler Skaggs. Jeff good. Never stay healthy. Never when.

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The Syrian Military Has Moved in on Manbij Amid Turkey's Threat to Attack Kurds

Raul Campos

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

The Syrian Military Has Moved in on Manbij Amid Turkey's Threat to Attack Kurds

"Backed by US troops of long, man, beach and NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports now that the US is pulling out the Assad regime and Turkey are vowing to push the Kurds out reports from Syria claimed forces loyal to Syrian president Assad had entered the town of men Bj, but the US military rejected that as incorrect information on visas controlled by Syrian Kurdish. Why PG fighters who worked with US forces to retake bunch of the territory held by his lungs state, but President Trump's declaration of victory in order to withdraw American troops says reportedly prompted the white PG to invite Syrian regime forces in hopes of fending off an attack from neighboring Turkey. Oh crissy's. The white PG is terrorists in his threatening to clear them out by force if they don't leave. Peter Kenyon, NPR news. John bull to employees at a Hilton owned hotel in Oregon were fire today. Erica, crews Guevarra of Oregon public

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