17 Burst results for "Dan Rick"

"dan rick" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"dan rick" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Please tell me that I'm really, really right on that front 100% triangulation don't pay taxes corporations past the cost of the tax. Yes, Your client's whether consumers like you and I and Lauren or whether it be other business. And I'm not really a smart guy, either. So That's not what I've heard. By the way I appreciate it, but go ahead, but you're absolutely right. And at the end of the day, the consumers at the pot you know, at the end of this fruit change, so you and I were purchasing goods and services. If that business is going to stay in business, that costs has to be passed along to us. That business is going to close their doors pretty quickly, right? So at the end of the day, you're absolutely right that a corporation in of itself, they write the check for the taxes, but that's got to come from somewhere and it's priced into the product. Dan. You know, I'm going to get on my soapbox for two seconds because you know I have to. And that is my so upset Democrats and Republicans who can't sit in a room and come together and figure out the stimulus. They're making this about politics in the party win on November 2nd and we can't get a deal done just so we can get money into the hands of the American people. And I'm outraged by it, and I'm not. It's not that I'm not surprise it just Come on, They work for us. Yet Your outrage is well placed well, found it and it's because of the election, obviously right, and it's this is all about the election in the politics that go with that. Lord, Think about this. We now have two Arab states that have normalized relations and are in the process of normalizing relations with Israel. How difficult that was right. That's way more difficult. And send it out to more stimulus checks right but again because of the election. It's easier to you to create peace in the Mideast, at least with some of the actors and it is to get a $300 stimulus. Check that somebody well said my friend, Well said, and I have to say this. I still have not received my federal refund that I filed in February. It's a lot of money The government owes me and I can't get a hold of anyone from the IRS on my count, and I cannot figure this out. It was supposed to be direct deposit easy. Haven't gotten it. Amazing. Yeah. Likes you Had any contact for me at the Treasury Department at the IRS will be calling you. Yeah, they missed even Yushin. Alright. You probably have his number in your roller bags. Come on. Yeah, I wish you'd pick up the phone. Dan Rick Otto, cofounder of Quaker Wealth Management. It's great to talk to you, my friend. Stay safe. I appreciate you coming on. And you two happy 9 11 days a great day to remember all the things that are important to us and all the heroes that came before us. Thanks so much long. Thanks, Dan. All right, Rob, you get the news now. I do. Indeed, more thanks to Illinois Department of Children and Family Services workers have been charged with child endangerment in the death of a J friend..

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"dan rick" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"dan rick" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Six forty two eighty two your timing is crucial so please get this done the following is a paid program W. O. R. is airing in this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered for the ideas expressed we have sixty four degrees cloudy skies at midnight good morning I'm Steve greenfield a Connecticut college student wanted in connection with two murders is in custody helping to reports of tortillas in Hagerstown Maryland say they've arrested Peter Manfredonia the Connecticut man accused in several crimes including the deaths of two men the university of Connecticut student had last been seen walking along train tracks in east Stroudsburg Pennsylvania Terry Alden or ABC news some city leaders are calling for the arrest of Amy Cooper the white woman who called police on a black man in Central Park while she was with her on leash dog controlling it by yanking a neck collar around meanwhile the city's health commissioner Demona Gordon said her office sent Cooper later asking her to cooperate in a potential pre complaint intervention process and our hope is to through that process work with her to understand the impact and the effect of our actions and to come to some kind of resolution now since the incident Cooper has apologized and she should voluntarily surrendered her dog to the animal rescue from which she adopted it she has been fired from her job at Franklin Templeton investments Hooper says she's also been receiving death threats a Brooklyn funeral homes getting sued by distraught family members after bodies were discovered in U. haul trucks Louise Warner reports multiple lawsuits leveled against Andrew T. quickly funeral services say bodies of loved ones who passed away from corona virus were grossly mishandled the funeral home was shut down by the state after the gruesome discoveries were made but not before horrified families made repeated enquiries and were finally forced to view the remains to other Brooklyn funeral homes were named in the lawsuit Liz Warner W. O. R. news wave of New Jersey business owners may go against governor Murphy's corona virus related order and re open next week thousands including these owners have joined a Facebook page called New Jersey business coalition opening June first really did not want to do this we we were trying our hardest to go through the right channels if you can just get some dates on the board immediately at least you could put this to rest for a few years given no timetable on when nonessential businesses can open their physical locations customers there are many postings on a Facebook page about re opening everything from gyms to nail salons and barbershops governor Murphy says certain corona virus related health data must be met first before businesses get the green light to re open a second night of protests yesterday turned violent in Minneapolis as demonstrators called for the prosecution of four police officers in the death of a man in their custody Monday night the incident was caught on video and it shows officers subduing George Floyd whose hand cuffed with one officer pressing his knee into Floyd's neck A. B. C.'s Richard reeve was at Wednesday night's protests as crowds surrounded the third precinct building in Minneapolis a lot of merchants in the area have put up plywood over their doors and windows because they don't want more destruction we spoke to the guy who owns a sushi restaurant about a block away from the precincts you know he said I have real mixed feelings about this I I feel bad for what happened to this man who died but at the same time folks came to my restaurant and smash the place up and making headlines hotel and casino owner Dan Rick Stevens is offering one thousand free one way tickets for tourists to come to Las Vegas.

"dan rick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To say you're taking inclusive commemorative sampling glass for using the events to keep also the fines displays of beer ciders. Seltzer all their fee to try to quench your thirst. If you're the right caller who can quickly identify our top stories later this morning, then you'd be headed to the six annual bikes and bruise listening for your chance to win that is coming up in the ten o'clock hour, or now, we're joined by my friend. Rick Burke for the president, the president of the Wisconsin. Dan, Rick, lots of speculation last night. Robert mother is getting close your thoughts on that speculation. And what that might mean. In the context of all the things that are swirling around this president would just from the legal aspects. Right. Well, I mean, there are a lot of signs that you bet he's winding up on the speculation last night is that he might submit his report to attorney general bars early next week the a couple of things first of all it is. I think almost certain that Bob Mueller will not recommend that criminal charges. Deep be brought against President Trump. This is probably because there won't be any criminal conduct on a on the part of Trump within the scope of Mueller's investigation. But beyond that department of Justice guidelines is generally say, you can't indicted a sitting president. So the question now will become well, okay. He's got this investigative. Report which is probably what it should have been considered in the beginning. It should have been done as a counterintelligence investigation to find out what the Russians did in the course of the two thousand sixteen election and the question then becomes how much of this is going to be made public normally when prosecutors investigate someone, and they decide not to charge them with a crime. The report is not made public. This is one of the criticisms of Komi in the Clinton situation, if he wasn't gonna charge. He shouldn't have said anything, but there's this other aspect to it. And this other aspect to it is is sort of an investigative investigation into Russian activity in the twenty sixteen election. And I believe the statute says that the attorney general is supposed to report to congress. And so we're gonna have perhaps controversy over how much of this is going to be made public since it seems to me that even though there may not be criminal. Conduct on the part of the president, or or, you know, people closer to the president's already been identified. There could be stuff. It's embarrassing. And, you know, then President Trump has a pretty thin skinned. So, you know, he's he's he's likely to to think some of it's embarrassing, even if you know, it may not be the worst stuff in the world. And so, you know, is there now going to be a battle between the White House, the attorney general and congress as to you know, just how much of this is going to be made public will congress subpoena Miller to testify, you know, will there be litigation brought in order to compel the production of you know, some of this stuff. Should he H E decide that not all of it ought to be released? So I think we could have quite a lot to talk about in the in the coming weeks could every could there be a role for the supreme court and some of the stuff if let's say the president were. Charged with something even not just from the mall investigation. But the southern district of New York are one of the house investigations could there be a role for the supreme court the plate? Sure. Sure. Because because and again, I mean, I think you make a great point there. Even if you know Muller releases its report, whether it's public or not and closes up shop, they're still investigation going on in the southern district of New York where there's this issue of campaign finance violations is this issue of contributions to the inaugural committee that apparently under investigation the issue of whether or not you could indict a sitting president has never been resolved by the United States Supreme court. There's a lot of people that say that this is just implicit in the separation of powers, it would be, you know, violation of the constitutional structure, if if I, you know courts, would, you know, weigh in on the, you know, the criminality is the president while he's, you know, still in office. But the supreme court has never addressed that. And you know, if I suppose if the folks in the. It's kind of awkward because of course, the southern district of southern district in New York work for the department of Justice department of Justice, the attorney general works for the president. So I don't know if there's a scenario in which case actually gets up to the United States Supreme court. What might be more likely is if in fact, there is an issue of, you know, somebody wanting to charge the president with a crime, and and they're being, you know, some type of conflict over whether this can be done or not I think it's far more likely that the way that that will work itself out with the congress to bring articles of impeachment. And if in fact, that's not hard to imagine a democratic controlled congress little harder to imagine a Republican Senate voting to remove the president would seem to me that what they would have to find we have to be a pretty bad. Be pretty clear. So there's no real roomed argue whether it actually happened or not. And then I think is probably always the case with the impeachment of any president the president's popularity has to sort of dip to a kind of a Knicks Oni and level where you know, the president is just all his political supporting, and you know, starts to, you know, lose backing within his own party. Got a couple of minutes left with the president of the Wisconsin law liberty Rick Berg can can a house investigation, which is primarily political connect- ever bleed into a criminal investigation. Well, sure, I could I mean, you know, the house couldn't cover stuff that that is that that's criminal once again, if if that if you things involve a sitting president of the United States that sitting president is is not going to be indicted by the Justice department, just not gonna happen. And and that's not. A new Trumpian policy. The department of Justice has taken a position for a long time. Now that a sitting president cannot be indicted, and it's in their guidelines. And so I think it's unlikely it's unlikely to happen. But it could once again, you know, the far more likely scenario, and this is what happened. You know? Watergate situation is is if something like that comes to light in the course of the congressional investigation. The report is the southern district of New York, and it really is far more likely that that will be dealt with in congress than than than in the courts, Rick Esab, president of Wisconsin institute for long every thanks for taking a few moments to explain all that legal stuff for us. Take care. I was gonna talk to wreck. We'll take a quick break. More next right here in WTMJ WTMJ..

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"dan rick" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"And then what happened? What age did you decide music my calling? I gotta hit the the hard road fifteen because I got a Perm. Mm it and then I got a car, and I just kind of left North Carolina of the time when I was not Texas to North Carolina. And then everywhere, you know, what I read about you, those kind of cool and unsuspecting is that you were on the I was a big wrestling fan as a kid. Did you do did you do Jerry lawler's wrestling TV show? Yeah. I was like God thing. Okay. Yeah. I was like seventeen at the time. And I'd never I knew nothing about wrestling. But it was a paid gig. And I was trying to make money. And so I was like an interviewer on this wrestling show that you would be the person with the microphone. Okay. I thought you were. No, no, no. You knew nothing. But you wrestled. I was like, wow. No. That would be way cooler. Kohl wrestlers on that show. Seventeen seems like a lifetime ago. How'd you know, do you? Do you talk about how do you are? You can look it up cool exist twenty seven. Okay. Okay. So tenure was the rock their sting there. I don't know. Junkyard dog. Easters voice calls boy sisters Alvis there. But there on that show the bell. Oh, yeah. Diva. Let me play clip alone. This the first heard from you, right? This one right here. And I was like this is really good. And then even around a little bit much. Like, you stalked me, I you, and this is called no Saint familiar with this one. Yeah. Heavens. I mean, those thing you like bad. Some. Sometimes. No, I'm not perfect. Are you saying am I Saint? No sometimes though, pretty good. No. I mean, no, we're not I mean. Yes. Saint or no saying he's a Saint Saint, Bobby. I I walk in every day. And I say good morning. Good morning. I guess okay. I wanna hear you might singing early singing you have with you. You're playing it yourself. Totally him. This is non electron ick. By the way, I was looking at your song list. You wrote all these songs, so. Yeah. Bill do to to be a song writer as a performer. Yeah. I mean, that's how I started before. I came to national. I was writing by myself. I didn't know anything about the music business. So once I got here. I was like, oh, wait. There's other incredible songwriters. I can work with them as mazing can write these stories that I wanna write with people that are really really good. So that's kinda how this record happened before you play a song. Let me run a name by Ricky the dragon steamboat remember him either. All right. She hasn't been any wrestler. Dan, rick. Rick flair. Yeah. I don't know any nine wrestling. And you how long did you do the wrestling TV show? I don't I honestly could not tell you. I think. It was like six five or six tapings. And then I I was done the Bushwacker. Laughing at this 'cause we're wrestling nurse. Okay. Lauren jeans is here how let's do a cover. I you that artists coming to do covers. So if I say do any cover you want. What do you feel like let's see dreams by would. Yeah. Ladies and gentlemen, from my class at twenty nine. This is Loren Jenkins. I guess so because of licensing roles can't play anything on this. I heart radio channel or podcast anymore. But you can't go to Bobby bones dot com to see it..

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"These sees is Sinophile nNcholas cage, very sincere group of film enthusiasts. Who are proudly? Goodness. Spor Beatty apparently read the long name. Real spectrum Sinophile, Ethan Hawke is like on the professional actor, and I direct for love is so much this world. That's dividing us in music is one of those great tools at resist together. All rutgers. There's baseball and World War Two. It's kind of a dream Sinophile. The at nine Virk movie podcast. Yes. Why was it? I still recording. That would have been bold run. The. A lethal. Cocktail breaking bad's compelling narrative drive Fargo's dark humor, and the psychological drama a driver in feels wholly unique. That's Adam Chitwood a collider talking about Mary volley. Saw the entire first season. A great binge-watch eight episodes about thirty minutes in length. What an EMMY award for Bill hater best actor and a best supporting actor long overdue to Henry Winkler. It is excellent. I intend to review in full coming up on this week set of file thank you so much to everybody search that you guys are unbelievable. We asked you all last time to send in some reviews and some ratings on apple podcast. Rob lemme tells me it wasn't the easiest thing to do. So he's suggesting a quick to to'real, Dan, Rick would you like to give quick to to'real for everybody listening? Everybody to do this today. How to give a rate and review on apple podcast? Honestly, I don't think it's that difficult. I'll try to pull it up right now. But I'm pretty sure you just hit a few buttons type review and hit send. I agree. It seems to me if you go to as Dan said apple podcasts type into the file. Of course, it comes up. If you already subscribing you just click on the icon, and there you'll see leave rating lever review, you simply press the rating reviews so seem straightforward. But anyways, I appreciate so much. What you all did sec-? We're doing this. Now, we're gonna just read it a bunch of these because they were so funny and so well written and because of all of you because all of your generosity. I'm so touched. I'm so grateful, then how high do we climb we weren't even in the top two hundred until last week. So I checked at one point over the weekend after you had mentioned how many reviews were flying in. And I noticed that we were ranked number twenty in the film and TV category. Now, remember back towards our inception. When we got that initial bump apple podcast. We were as high as number five. But I don't think as you've mentioned we had been in the top two hundred in the past year or so so you guys are unbelievable. And that's we're going to read reviews give back and thank you all from t-. Brad who said great movie potty wrote this Saturday smart. Move standardizing the length of the pod props. Louise, great reviews insight from the team get Dan a new intro gas bag. It's way too much heat for his views. He's passionate that bleeds through and his reviews. Maybe it's a term of endearment, maybe he should own it and change a segment to reflect that hot take from the gas bag or something like that. Brad, bakers, whatever fancies unbelievable. He writes about the gospel Sinophile teddy Roosevelt. I love because he is subject heading said, he don't go down for nobody. Which is great raging bull reference. Also, my buddy gray McGowan wrote Sultan of cinema fryer film. He supported pass Meri's. Listen, Rick takes the whole point is he's reviewing movies, which are not necessarily well regarded so he's doing an alternative takes. He's not doing movies that are typically loves so he liked that this one from psychedelic great..

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Was it was doing psychiatry and sociological commentary and family stories and everything else. But when it wanted to just do straightforward mob stuff like in that episode. It could be amazing. And you could understand why the fans wanted the show to beat at all the time, maybe not with you know, a beloved character dying. But you get my point. It's just about the FBI versus the mob, and almost everything else gets put aside for that week, Matt for you those for pills, which would you like the most? Well, gosh, I mean, it's tough. I mean, I- Whitecaps as pantheon episode for sure, but I think my my own personal taste might run more towards soprano movies because one of the one of the aspects of the show that we touched on at the at the reunion last night. And that I don't think it's enough Chretien as these one offs these little these kind of self contained almost like a little like ensemble movie within the show like it's almost like it's got parentheses around it, the sopranos did those really well and soprano. Soprano home movies is a great example of that the whole thing is, you know, taking place out at that lake house. There's really only four characters in it. And it feels like a little stage play, you know? And and you know, it's a family event where things go south, and and the sopranos did a number of those that were I thought superb including profile of wish go from season three, which is about the aftermath of his death. And that's that whole long sequence in the reception at the spray. No household where almost every one of the characters gets a beautiful little area and then season five Marco Polo, the pool party the episode where Tony and Carmella get back together after their estrangement. I think that one's great and then in season season six or is it seven Alan would know, Mr. and MRs John Sacranie request. I think. That's six six. Okay. Yeah. We should probably distinguish why we why we say season seven. Object guys, put it in the book, the fact that they had to do it because it would affect the salaries read the actors the way Hollywood guilds work every new season of show is made everybody gets raises. So sometimes you'll see this breaking bad did a to mad men did as well. They treat basically two seasons worth of episodes as one so they can avoid the budget going up too much. I know it was reading that cone. All right. That makes more sense though. We're talking right now is Matt Zoller sites. Alan separate wall. Their book called the soprano sessions is a must recheck out available now with the twentieth anniversary of the show. How about this roll call of actors, especially for guys who have not seen the show or gals? Like, my producers, Dan, Rick, listen, this is supporting actors who just showed up for few episodes, maybe season. Robert Patrick gambling addict, Robert loggia, Robert Loja as feats lamonica, David stra thin. I love him as Wessler Furio just for the dance. Steve Shemi is Tony be Ben Kingsley. Lauren Bacall themselves. So to Jon Favreau, Frankie Valli Frank, Vincent. NFL Ciara as Spitfire. Gloria will Arnett one of my favorite comedic actors John hurt VIN. Vindication Sidney Pollack outstanding as a prison guard Lin Manuel Miranda lady Gaga Allen of all those actors, which one did you think man that guy or girl was really special shura? You know, it's and it's a real shame. What happened career after that which has been written about extensively over the last year? But you know, she had been sort of memorable in the nineties and then things didn't quite go anywhere. She turns up near the end of season three as Gloria Trillo. And it was just an the show was kind of wandering around after Nancy Marchand died because he was a plot of season. Three was Tony has to be nice to his mother to keep her from testifying against him and his Rico trial about the tickets, and they had to scramble and start over from scratch and suddenly finds his focus with this just electrifying performance by her and she's only four episodes total, but they're four of the most memorable episodes the show ever did Matt for you of those actors, I cited, which when did you really think? Give me the list again, dude that was a lie. Robert Patrick is a gambling addict Robert loggia each LeMond, David. Stearns Wexler, furious dance..

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"And he said, well, I saw it in London and also it and Dublin. Okay. So you get go. Yeah. All right. Yeah, I think I'm my mind is just. Scrambled here. But I guess he, he, he finally got on the third one. Yeah. What'd you do three times? I guess you could figure it out. American dresser is the film love scene on a motorcycle. Love the chemistry. You and Keith. David reminded me of easy rider. Just see you guys on on your bikes and riding away. I love the seat in the bar where you're just you offer to buy a beer for everybody in there just to defuse the tension and it ends up being released. We'd story as well tell everybody about American dresser. Yeah, it was well, it was fun doing. The weird thing is that you know, besides being the last guy, I saw the Philippines before went home and we were last two guys left that we didn't have a lot of scenes one on one with other, if any. But it's interesting. Last guard saw. I saw him once again in New York where we did press. And then didn't seem again all those years until we did this. But it was nice. You know, it was kinda like two old comrades working together and and it had that had that sort of what Cassie, Sundance kid kind of bitchy humor on the road. You know, little bit of that and. Jack Nicholson, Randy Quaid and stuffing them the last. Tell. That kind of humor, roads humor. I love Bruce Dern in the film as well. He's great. Yeah, he was that scene with him. That's like my favorite scene. Shis. Characters, just so bizarre. Just like weird highway kind of guy. You know. Where's this guy from? But he was, he was great. It was brilliant. And I really, really liked that scene. It's terrific. The movie is called American dressers, Tom burns. Right, cannot thank you enough of the time and reminiscent about such great films as you've made in the past best of luck with the movie man, we really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. All right, thanks, Tom Barringer. That was fun. And I give pregnant pause that he was doing to maybe a little tricky for me as an interviewer because as you guys know, I'm very animated. I want to jump in all the time, but when you're listening. You gotta let a guy bene- statement. We did not have an every man or an indefens- of because the boys are pretty busy right now. But Dan finally saw black clans when please give us your review. I don't have a long review, but it's very good. It's probably the best move of the year. You haven't number one, correct? Yes. It's worth seeing for everyone regardless of your political affiliation. It made me angry at the end, but it is funny. There's some jarring things, and it's almost like if you hear the plot, you're like, there's no way that's based on a true story and I still can't believe it, but I would recommend everyone said Rick. Have you seen block lives when I have? What did you think of it? I'm right on there with with Dan. It is my top movie of the year so far right behind a quiet place. And same thing to like that ending and no spoilers for you. But what what spike with the ending. Wasn't necessary. No, but did it drive home the point he was making? Absolutely, and it's and it's perfect spike and he's returned to return a form and absolutely loved the film. Black cleansing go, see, my brother was shocked at at number one. Now at hill is Douglas. He loves you guys, Dan, Rick, which raises the other issue. Jim Stanford is still listening to the pot which I found his standing bay time. Oh yeah. We haven't been getting feedback from Jimmy lately petered off now, but he's still alive. He's locked in. He's locked and he's not criticizing my reviews. Like your brother is. Maybe I'll watch comic book movie review coming up, who knows you'll see a black cleanser now that you guys both liked it. Rick also saw the happy time murders, which I'll admit was an option. Is it like to see something before the next Sinophile saw the critics destroying it? And I said, well, I'm gonna pass on this one, but Rick, God level went and sought. Would you think?.

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"dan rick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I'm sorry that I did that mayhem. You're on ESPN radio mayhem. Hey, Timbo a couple of questions to Derek Jeter still be hall of famers. His first name was Ed and also this Frank viola have the sweetest name and nickname in baseball history. Thanks. Okay. Ed cheer would be in the hall of fame like time. Three hundred hitter with well over three thousand question about that. What was the second part? I, I believe it was a nickname for Frank viola, and whether it was the best nickname in in the history of the sport, I don't even what is it? Sweet viola, sweet music. The, yeah, the greatest victim and all of all time. Baseball is Doug goose spelled his last name GW OD s. z. I think I've got that right. And his nickname was I chart because when you look at his name, you put your hand over what I and looks like you're feeding. I. Greater a greater, the mischievous manager of the Rangers made me laugh. So many times it was so brilliant. He told me that what they used to call goose. I chart. That's my favorite nickname ever. Jimmy. What of edgier played for the pirates. If you hit three hundred lifetime twenty years as a shortstop and get way over three thousand hits, it doesn't matter who you play for or what your name is. You are a hall of Famer period. What about Geeta shorts for the raise love this is close is Tim Kirch in has ever been to saying bleep you to a personality on it like that, right. There is an enraged him. Courage shut up without jeeter questions. Get back jacket route question that they were when you guys after the cake was a compiler. I know I know don't not. You guys don't group me in with this, a consortium of moron. Don't group in with them. Okay. Another question I made you uncomfortable with that Rick. Reilly question though. I'm going to have to call you an apologize after you don't have to apologize. Dan, Rick. Reilly a friend of mine and spectacularly town. You're gonna call Tim to apologize. You call Rick, Rick apologize. I would call into apologize because I put him in a terrible spot there. Robert, you're on with Tim coaching. Go ahead. Hey, Tom, what is the single most important thing to Mets must reach my hundred hand when you eat breakfast, do you? He Restos for pancakes. 'cause they all replied, sir. Thanks. I usually don't eat any of the three even though I love all three of them and the choice I would take French does for, but they're all all great. The Mets obviously need to keep that potentially great rotation intact and then go by about five different players and fill out there every day lineup. That would be a probably first baseman, third baseman and outfielder at least the second baseman and maybe catcher. That's what the Mets need to get back to being a contending slash championship team will ever..

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"dan rick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I know I know you guys don't group me in with this, this consortium of moron. Don't group in with them. Okay. Another question I made you uncomfortable with that Rick. Reilly question though. I'm going to have to call you and apologize after you don't have to apologize. Dan, Rick. Reilly's friend of mine and spectacularly count. You're gonna call Tim to apologize. You call Rick nine calling Richter apologize. I would call him to apologize because I put him in a terrible spot that Robert you're on with Tim coaching. Go ahead. Hi, Tom. What is the single most important thing to Mets? Let's do to reach my hundred hand when you eat breakfast, you he bobbled Restos for pancakes because they all replied, sir. Thanks. I usually don't eat any of the three even though I love all three of them and the choice, I would take French toast I but they're all all great. The Mets obviously need to keep that potentially great rotation intact and then go by about five different players to fill out there. Everyday lineup, that would be probably first baseman. The third baseman that outfielder at least the second baseman and maybe catcher. That's what the Mets need to get back to being a contending slash championship team. I think it will ever. That's five hundred. That's how you're answering the question of how they get five hundred, five hundred, five hundred. Sorry, they don't need all those pieces to get back to five hundred, but it was the Mets. Five hundred isn't enough after get to go to the World Series and win it and it's gonna take a bunch of health to do that. Paul, you're on with. Actually, before we go to Paul real quick, David Samson, the former Marlins team president was on with us. It was saying the Mets should've traded to Graham. They would have gotten a mountain from the Yankees. They should trade degrom because of what happens to power arms and that sport and that most of them, you want to take their good years and then get rid of them. What could they have gotten for degrom from the Anki Tim? Well, they could have gotten a hall for him, but they would not have gotten flavored tour as I leave, and they would not have gotten Miguel in going to be the second base third base in wildly productive players or long time, and the bets like would've wanted both of those guys in return for gone. And that's why they want them to trade him because they weren't going to get what they need it in richer. Paul, you're on with cartoon, go ahead. Paul. I always see the suit and tie. Can you describe for me time when you're in a beat up? T shirt and shorts and what you're doing. Thanks. Well, I I work around the house a lot. I think around the house being I clean up the yard and I both lawn. I do all the stuff on the back court did that. I'm wearing shorts, t shirt, and I looked pretty ragged, but I don't look so good in a tie either. So it's not that big deal, not true Parker you're on with the very handsome and talented, Tim Kirk said, I'm going to have to apologize to after the. Go ahead parking. If you had to choose between one of these sitting foot massage in front of all your peers and co workers for half an hour or having permanent sheet of thinkers since lots forty taken. I, I've never had a foot massage. As I told you. I had one massage in my life total and it was widely unimpressive. At least it was to be, but I'll take a foot massage rather than have orange fingers for six months. I won't be happy about it. And again, my feet don't look any different than any other man's feet. I just don't think Ben's feet are particularly attractive. So I'll take the foot massage handle the thirty minutes. So I don't have to handle the six months with orange fingers. Does Brian Kelly looked like a park ranger, who just wants to double check that you properly reserved your campsite. Does Tony Serra goose looked like the guy about to take a bite out of his hot dog only to have it stolen by Spiderman swinging overhead. You can see the shocked look on his face, right? Like his mouth is open and he's shocked and amazed. And how about this one? Does feel Yates look like the lifelike robotic bartender in a SCI fi movie. That's always smiling as these wiping down the bone, dry count..

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Fifteen hundred screens. What's what's a realistic number for this movie, which I think is the best of the year. So far on. He obviously when the up prize, the Cannes film festival, spiked it in the movie did I think he's got a shot at least getting nominee for an Oscar, especially now at this new category, which I think Black Panther is gonna win. Most popular film. I think black clans might be able to actually get into the Oscar race. What's it? Good number for spike thirty million forty million fifty million. Well, it depends on actually what's more closely on what is feeder expansion is going to be meters. It's to add. Usually it's something opens up very well like that except about fifteen hundred theaters. They're going to go ahead and move it into a few more theaters, especially since we're at the end of summer, there's not a lot of tentpole movies out there. So there's plenty of feeders theater space. So. I don't ten point, eight million. I mean, it's definitely do depending on how it legs out. I mean, it can do. Third into forty, maybe maybe close but fifty than maybe a bit of a stretch. But I think that thirty forty ranch and that's very, very solid, especially for these these indie flicks. That's a lot of money. You know, I think Tom Cruise is a loathsome Creighton, but apparently people tell me this latest missed and possible is one of the. My friend caps is like a top five action movie of all time. And I know it got that ever ninety seven percent tomatoes, we'll have to get Ricky and Dan to see it on my behalf. Because you know, I just can't do that but financially to do well compare the other mission impossible's. Tell me please tell me, didn't do well, like in relation to budget or something to China is not interested in Tom Cruise. And I'm sorry pretty much most interested in Tom Cruise, despite his extracurricular activities. Yeah, and I will admit it was one of my favorite movies of the summer. So that other right now I mean it. It opened the sixty one million. It's opening weekend, which was a franchise best. Yeah. I mean it's holding. It's holding on where we have Alan. It's been a real pleasure having on the podcast all the The best. best. Well, now hundred and sixty million, which is actually number six right now in the summer box office list, and it's going to climb that probably make the top five of very possibly that you mentioned that ninety seven percent run tomato school and you six minutes score, which all this means only one thing, Tom Cruise, boycott Muslim tours for many, many, many orders. Unless of course, no one of his again talked, of course, would have been death defying stunts finally does, and then start people see, you're telling me there's a chance. Then I say there's always a chance you told me there's some trivia have is this, I'm hoping this includes Dan Rick as well. But you have some trivia for us. I don't. This is a Sinophile related or somebody summer box office related. What do you have. Well, let's just say for combination about it, it's mostly related to the box office, but it hasn't been a Sinophile twist to it, I guess. All right. Well, Dana record full attention. Yeah. Yes, definitely. You need need all the help that you can get here. All right. We'll start off. I got five of them here for you right off the bat. Paul Jimani highest grossing moving and we're talking domestic here. Okay. Sideways? No, I was always been that much a Cinderella mentally made that much private parts. Ricky one of waitress, guess stands are doing correctly, which is going Ricky's cheating and actually googling money's list. I am not googling. He's not box office mode right now, but if it's too good, he was in saving private, Ryan is small environment. You're so close. It's actually, I think with inflation definitely would be number one, but his hangover part to very small role as a gangster or something in there he was ten in there was a whole doors you might, but it was. It was not a good role. He looks like inflated and this you speak of inflation. He looked inflated of the movie, the movie was off. Oh, that's disappointing to your money's capable to. Oh, that's tough. Oh, you're capable of things..

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"The clashes of nineties nostalgia near near future absurdities may not date well as we bridge the gap to the san angeles timeframe but with the awkward fish out of water overtone solid action scenes and underlying commentary on the repercussions of utopian life create a cult classic worthy of multiple viewings to note demolition man is currently streaming on hulu well regular we just guys because they love it's to gods and mike ryan sits in the action a hall of fame that's how much they love that movie and i went signed off on a segment by saying be well and micron said that was a reference diminishment i didn't even sometimes say what is that from who says everybody that's that's their greetings that's their how're you doing be well that's unbelievable just signed up guys be well and he goes on unless you from like take the credit for it but i have no idea what you're talking about now you now you know and greeting all the time all right at its in defensive thanks always to listing file two years in the books thanks dan rick and ben lyons marked shera and all the great guests jay barrows we've gotten i just want to one more cast one to discuss ricky do you need to answer this one did you listen to jerry bruckheimer interview yeah okay because stanley or not sure on this and i want clarity do you think he was a great guest and was really into it or because he was very facile with his answers very succinct we've worked sure it was he just being quick and just want to get out of the way or does he naturally to speak in very clipped soundbites of fifteen to twenty six i think he's been doing this for the better part of thirty years so he knows how to play the press i think he was very interested in what was going on in very it was a very good interview it opened kind of open your eyes to the type of producer and filmmaker that he is in an honest with the old open where he says i don't make films are people that go and see my andre who which isn't true because i would also watch my dinner with andre plus jerry bruckheimer films have done that i love connor.

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Who of course is one of our favorites sinophile hopefully one day knock on wood we get him on the podcast and because of the striking visuals michael jordan i think more than holds zone i'm giving it to half maple leafs fully understanding those who have read the book probably will dislike the movie and it's getting tepid reviews as it is ricky chance to watch hbo debuted this friday haven't watched yet wanted to actually started reading the book because of it and never got to finish it 'cause i'm a horrible reader but from what you've said and from what i got out of the first half of the book it's a very short novel it's not that it's not that long so what i'm gathering out of it is would be very difficult to adapt because there really isn't much true overall character development out of what's needed for the plot right so i can see where you would say it's hard to develop there's the carta valance not there certain things are hit or miss with it so a watch it and see i'll watch it soon as he how it is and then attempt to go back and get the book from the library and finish the ninety pages i have left dan are most well read member of the sinophile team you have clearly read fahrenheit for five now read the book but you had me at michael shannon villain and intense poorly for anybody who is like like me and dan rick that it will be enough to sell the movie quite frankly not read the book i'm like oh shannon's in it always villain he's crazy alker gonna watch this hour forty piece of cake all right that is fair for fifty one i would have more movies to review case you wanna no matter if you have dead pulled to which previous podcast and a half pay believes how crazy is the world now by the way it opened at one hundred twenty five billion dollars and they go but of a soft opening are you kidding the movie made last time six hundred fifty million dollars it opens at one twenty five noodle more it opened about seven million less than the first deadpool and i think that's why people were kind of standoffish about that because sequel open it.

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Who of course is one of our favorites sinophile hopefully one day knock on wood we get him on the podcast and because of the striking visuals michael jordan i think more than holds zone i'm giving it to half maple leafs fully understanding those who have read the book probably will dislike the movie and it's getting tepid reviews as it is ricky chance to watch hbo debuted this friday haven't watched yet wanted to actually started reading the book because of it and never got to finish it 'cause i'm a horrible reader but from what you've said and from what i got out of the first half of the book it's a very short novel it's not that it's not that long so what i'm gathering out of it is would be very difficult to adapt because there really isn't much true overall character development out of what's needed for the plot right so i can see where you would say it's hard to develop there's the carta valance not there certain things are hit or miss with it so a watch it and see i'll watch it soon as he how it is and then attempt to go back and get the book from the library and finish the ninety pages i have left dan are most well read member of the sinophile team you have clearly read fahrenheit for five now read the book but you had me at michael shannon villain and intense poorly for anybody who is like like me and dan rick that it will be enough to sell the movie quite frankly not read the book i'm like oh shannon's in it always villain he's crazy alker gonna watch this hour forty piece of cake all right that is fair for fifty one i would have more movies to review case you wanna no matter if you have dead pulled to which previous podcast and a half pay believes how crazy is the world now by the way it opened at one hundred twenty five billion dollars and they go but of a soft opening are you kidding the movie made last time six hundred fifty million dollars it opens at one twenty five noodle more it opened about seven million less than the first deadpool and i think that's why people were kind of standoffish about that because sequel open it.

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"dan rick" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Fatty weird babies come from uh well of contact mommy likely this still door oh well you see on what there's a mommy a daddy right and see when they call geico ave could save a bunch of money on car insurance oh very ends dan rick some happy yes that makes them very happy at scalps yeah well i'm glad we can have this talk sunshine gaiko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer is your fault of its offer everything sports the golden state media concepts ports podcast shoot i see more from the nfl mlb v n v a mma insist all dean here golden state media concepts sports fogcast listen what high by adam thought hamas had been the moment with four percent off just ninety item once again i'm your host jesse top u n to start off today's show we're gonna talk some thursday night football uh between the buffalo bills new york jets later on will talk some mba and then after that i will get talk some more nfl news after that will do little bear some mba rankings in than the finish at all off will talk about some soccer in college for will go in on this weekend so let's get into it for the thursday night football game the jets one that went 34 21 and before i even get into the stats and all that good stuff seems like an thursday night football the road team always has a difficult time and it's is thursday night for what seems kinda.

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"dan rick" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

The Basketball Analogy

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"dan rick" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

"Now when adamantly going adults basically go curry amine okay curry gold yet curried chicken lingering securum mean coconut for does not making this test nah you know that's it's like a really estes whatever that's a i don't know within that but that's not like specific two jamaicans now got a boost that originated margarita though draws nancy currie got courage trim i'm sutin had in jamaica but it's not in his to jamaica are hilmi i mean what what's your favorite dishes so far tom that you've got over there oh oxtail then with what's probably yeah argue off then you'll get the rights of make still in all of your life ever do as i was there others there i the jerk chicken men the jerk check out with the dutch river false we climbed up the mountain there and at the top the guy there was a guy with a you know barbecue we say what you want and i sit up some chicken he took the chicken out the ground it was runaround chopped its head off shane co and cooked it up is the best chicken ever had in my life awesome hammami gissin turk taken a day man dan rick finished it off with the desert of oxtail yes yera good so what i have a small but we do com is i'll go in and i'll ask for good jerk chicken dinner with his century means you get the jerk ticking give racing beans and you get on basically cabby in cavity cast aside and then i'll tell the lady i'll be like oxtail grading on the rice because that's like or oh best virtual worlds carr's allotted times you get a like some chunks of oxtail in the grip on.

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