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"dan toe" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

08:33 min | Last month

"dan toe" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Today i really enjoyed your. We're talking you can take the fake mexican out of the girl right. But then we couldn't really come up with the rest of the statement but you can't take the memories of being fake mexican for so many years out right as well right. There's your bush. I'm looking. I'm looking all your shrubbery. There for ambush man are the iowa. They're going to understand that one. But there's your bush and jimmy tree legs himself right there see mitri legs definitely a more subdued kind of palatable version of jimmy tree legs because as we've said jimmy tree legs is stuff of nightmares rights. You can't really make a yarn nightmare. You can't more of a feeling yes. More of a five but think slender man. Yes think slender man on acid with a very sharp fingers. Dan's toes ally. Yeah yeah was the night before we leave the foo in the chimney open. So he can come down sadly discreetly. Yeah and frighten our children yet. Do we need to maybe do. We need to kind of refresh people. On what the origins and like the story of jimmy tree like a little bit or do we just assume that everyone kind of knows turn europe. He's eastern european dissents legs. Obviously some some people say the sixteenth century and it was december sixteenth that america decided to celebrate fine cone. Day is a holiday about ten days before christmas. That is actually meant to frighten into believing in christmas and You know it's a guy out in the woods very lonely made of pine cones. And he comes into haunts children and parents alike. Yeah number sixteenth. Yeah mostly children and leave. Sort of real pine cones. Which if anyone knows like a dried real pinecone very sharp. Jerry can cut yourself lots of things like this. You leave them under your kids pillows right those and then you put them all over the floor all of the floor so when they get scared a jimmy tree legs coming to their window and kind of wrapping. You know what. I mean wrapping on the window. Yeah it's just us right with some like not us. It's jimmy himself. Come on the kids. Jump out of bed they step all over the pine worst pain than they were before. And the whole night's is fellow fearing we take all the light bulbs out in the house so they find anything. Yeah and it's just like Everywhere they step is pinecone and that's fun for them and it's a fun little game. It's like the floor is lava. It's more dislike blood and stuff and so it's just so it's so great and the origins did sort of come from us being like you know we don't really. It was kind of the fake mexican thing. We're like we don't really have like this real bond fission of white people's traditions just fucking boring right. What happened was i get tired of every day being something day no matter what. It's something day right ice cream. A puppy day strangle bachchan day. Whatever your day is. I get tired of it and i was like man. What are we going to do. On december sixteenth. What does the pine cone day. We're gonna celebrate that with a fake man named jimmy tree legs. That comes down the chimney and frightens children. Because i'm tired of the days like today. It's got to be something hot. bob look up. What today is a guarantee you. They've got a name for today. Whatever that is and and we wanted to have some kind of family tradition. That was just ours. Yes what is it hot. Bob what are we got. Jesus its bill of rights day. That's kind of interesting all right so you don't say super neat. It's also national cat. Herders day national cat herders day. Yeah get the fullest here. Shut outs on my c. H is out there dude who get enough love around the world. The catheters national cupcake day. I'll national cupcake now here. We go something. I can get behind smash all over my ding dong parts national james. Unfortunately didn't you declined to celebrate this national. Wear your pearls day earls day and then not day to bring the world together. T- t like hot tea. Hot hot tea and cupcakes. Everything with great before t. You really Really beefed us on that but the millions of outs out there around the world celebrating. Pinecone day we are with you. Twas the night before pine cone day next year we're gonna get some sweet tea's made up from pinecone day just called is survived by you live through it. You live through it. But due to cove it was a little tough to get anything sheer tree wise or other stuff. We will appreciate as we do every year. Any of your pinecone day celebration picks and anything you wanna send in. I love posting those on the actual day so amazon light button. If you're watching on youtube a real hard time with these guys with youtube. Yeah we've heard there was what fifteen ads on last night's drinking bro show Yeah guys. there's a tanna ads When i went back to look at it i can now Delete those and limit those ads for you. So i'm going to go back and check after every live video and make sure there's a very limited number of ads for you guys from now on. I can't hear in the headphones. But you're live on the on the youtube at all. The ads are like far left ads in something like that. Like did we have zero control over any of this. I know this with youtube are watched times higher than almost any per video higher than almost any channel there is and they refused to not shadow banned or not. I don't know promoted everywhere else. It's it's strange but then they'll fill it up with ads and like we've zero control over that. I don't know if it will ever change to be honest with you Hopefully the spotify thing will open up so we can put our videos on there. And i don't necessarily want to do a deal with spotify. But i would like the option to upload the videos there i know was we used to do nights with the show. We were like the very and we were like number two or three in the world for a couple of years but no one else was uploading yvonne. So i'm not sure what's going to happen with that but we have zero control out of all of this to be honest with you and it is what it is but i want to apologize for. We don't get to see it so we're we're doing the show and then we put it out. Yeah we have no control over that and Yeah so georgios gonna try and fix that for. You guys tried to do something i would said. Your brother had called. And said hey. Why don't you d monetize all the videos just no ads whatsoever. I read though was they. Don't they won't put your your videos up in suggestions for everywhere because they're not making money off of you anymore. They won't but it feels like you may get a real number so i don't know yeah strange strange like either way. There's two schools of thought of that. Right where they don't have to worry about what you're saying is let you do whatever if they're trying to actually make money from you. That's when they're kinda on your ass. I don't know that's more logical than probably it actually works. So we've no idea we had a guy on who was talking about how the government needs to break up the the. There's got to be an antitrust suit against all these guys. And i know there is one against google now but man i a different world for me like i don't think any of that shit's gonna get stopped to be honest with you now..

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"dan toe" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"dan toe" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"There's been a lot going on over the last few days. But first we gotta get you updated on what's going on in week 11 of the NFL. So for that, let's go to New Orleans Falcons and Saints. Alvin Kamara. Three yard touchdown run gives New Orlins a 10 to 9 lead over Atlanta Late in the second quarter. There's only a minute and some change left in that one. So it's 10 9 right now in favor of New Orleans, and they're facing the Atlanta Falcons. This is Game day on ESPN radio, the ESPN app. Just tell your smart speaker to play ESPN. I'm shake Cornett Jordan Corner here with me. And right now we're gonna go to the shell Pennzoil Performance line. That is, we're all guests Join us. And as we're Brian win horses, NBA insider for ESPN and Brian Thanks for being with us on an NFL Sunday, so ah lot going on in the the MBA these last few days with free agency we know that Donovan mission Donovan Mitchell rather now agrees to a five year $195 million rookie Max Extension with the Utah Jazz. So I ask you With those kind of numbers. Do you think the Utah Jazz now have what they need to move forward? The question. I mean, it's about 163 Million guaranteed. It'll be 195 5 Million if he makes the all NBA team and the next year, which there's a fair bit of that happening. Um, you know, their big thing is they have Rudy go bear, who is looking for a contract extension And you know, the signings that they've made this offseason have pushed them into the luxury tax. Which is not something that they usually are. But they have a brand new owner who is a billionaire. So it may be a sign of a different era in Utah, where they become more of a spending team and you know You hate to use the word benefit when it comes to play Thompson's injury, But if they're you if you're looking for a team that benefited It was the Utah Jazz because, you know, I don't think the Warriors are going to be as good as we thought they were. I sort of had them chicken is a top 14. And now a team like the Jazz might be able to slip in there. So you know, getting him secured and motivating him to have a great season and get that all NBA team is a good pick. Windy. I have listened to so much of how you approach this and you're never one to throw something up against the wall to see if it sticks. So I'm not asking you to speculate what happens, But I'm asking you give us the most informed idea of what you think could happen Is it pertains to Johannes in Milwaukee? As we see Bogdan Bogdanovich has an offer sheet for Atlanta. The Kings have 48 hours to match that It has nothing to do with the bucks. Now is that whole thing has been scrapped The plan that seemed like it had moment of going in the right direction. Is anything but now with the Milwaukee Bucks. What does this mean for Johannes? And should all these other teams that are out there waiting in the wings be drawing at the opportunity to maybe land this star now. Guys. It's the whole league. I mean, everything that's happened in the last three or four days. I mean, there's been some interesting maneuver, especially with the Lakers and Clippers, you know? Really the balance of power in the league hasn't really done anything. The most important thing in this offseason is whether you wanna six kinds of extension. And, you know, nobody knows how his mood has been from it looking like they're getting Bob Dan toe losing Bob Dad and and the way that played out dim the fact that they made a major acquisition Andrew Holiday, so Look if he signed in the next hour. He's got three weeks, but I think it'll be sooner than that. They're going to sign or not. The bus can can honestly say that they achieved one of the incredible things in the last 40 years of the franchise. The franchise has not been to the finals since Kareem Abdul Jabbar was there in 1975. If you're honest work to leave them. It might be another 40 years before they have a player like that. So retaining him is everything. Um, And if you look in the league if you look at what the Miami Heat did, which was signed a whole bunch of players to one year contract If you look at the Dallas Mavericks, who made maneuvers to keep their caps she clear for next year if you look at the New York Knicks and the Toronto Raptors, who who didn't go deep into free agency Those teams don't think he's signing it, or at least think there's a good chance he's not signing it. And those those moves to me telegraph what the league is thinking and Johannes is in Greece. He has been in Greece for two months. Um you know he is. He is not broadcasting what he is thinking the Bucks feel Pretty confident about it, or they wouldn't have made that through holiday move. I don't need to tell you what the bucks are staying. But I'll tell you what they're saying. They're saying that they feel confident, but you could just look at the move. You don't trade three unprotected. First Trump picks to get through holiday because you don't think your honesty is gonna sign so It's everything the whole offseason hinges on that interesting. We're talking to Brian Win horse, ESPN MBA insider Joining us in the Shell Pennzoil Performance line or listen to Game Day and ESPN radio Shake Cornett.

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"dan toe" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:09 min | 4 months ago

"dan toe" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"I think you want anybody on the road, do you? Maybe that's just me. All right. Let's hear from Dan Quinn spoke earlier today. To the media. Ah, this should be good. Here's day. I'm talking about Raheem Morris taking responsibility for not accounting for the Seahawks passing game. I would say, I think you know he's a little bit looking in hindsight, knowing that been such an effective running team for so long. I think what he's referring to, you know, really coming in with the mob set, they gotta stop running. No matter what. And so when they threw it as well, You want to adjust quickly as you can got a, uh You know, playbook full complement of defense is what you choose to feature in a game. You know that kind of goes all train. Can't this for this this for this? You don't use the whole playbook in every game, So I think probably what he's getting into this. You know some additional books that they have passed. Okay, This goes back, though. Dan Toe. What the lead Now we're talking about No. Football is gonna have adjustments throughout the game that you're gonna have to make. It's by the way, it's not just that The Falcons didn't account for the passing game, okay? They also didn't account for Jamal Adams and never adjusted to that. So you never adjusted to Jamal Adams. You never adjusted to a quarterback completing 88% of his passes. This goes back to everything that I always say about Ban and this team. It's all a bunch of gobbledygook. You know all this goddess. I got us a two touchdown Los at home to start this season off with miss me with their 25 points. They were down 38 to 18 in the fourth quarter. Miss me with all that other stuff that happened. I don't give a damn about 450 passengers. Christ, you're down three touchdowns. You better hook it all over the field, and you got all those guys. You damn sure better be putting up stats. They've gotta put appoints. You better put up stats. But this is what it's all about. Well, you know, we just okay. But you never figured it out and we lost by two touchdowns on her home field open the year. And that's why folks are mad. Like Jeez, Come on, man. Just coach up. Here's the ad talking about being ready for the defence of line of Dallas. I think you haven't into Dallas. They've added some players, You know, obviously, you know, it's already a good group. You know Lawrence from a pass rusher, but adding Griffin and in Alden Smith, who really after a good long layoff, really came out strong and looked like he was really fit and ready to go. So let's say the challenges. You know the unique skill set of of all three of those guys. I was pleased to see the improvement. You know an offensive line, certainly in the protection side, But I think that probably goes along, you know, Take it a step further was, you know the one year development with Chris and with Caleb in all the playing time together all the practice time together. Their communication. Watch this done Look for this thing. So those are things that you just keep hoping to see improved, but those two are taking that year once a year to jump. All right. So two things about the offensive line One is we know that Jake Matthews has dinged up on banged up. I think he's going to play on Sunday, but he may be kind of dinged up. Banged up when it comes to all of that number two is I think you'll see Matt Hennessy in a little bit more at guard. I'm gonna be curious. The watch His snap count was about 16 snaps. I believe Out of 79 offensive plays that they ran. Let's see what his snap count is on Sunday. Uh, quickly here, let's get to damn talking about what he's learned by having Hayvenhurst on this team. Right. I had, uh, good inside or information just from his time in South Carolina, and it spoke to coast must champ about him and I was first impressions. How hard he's going Thought, man. This guy's totally going for it. Max it I thought The urgent player. What I probably didn't know was how fast he is. And so even from the time of Baltimore, there's you know we're doing our evaluation, part of the trade, a long touchdown run where you sell us be, but when you're around it every day, you feel how fast he is. So I would say that's One thing. Maybe I was pleased to see you wouldn't say I was like, surprise, and we could run well, but I think it was better than even I thought. Yeah, There's no doubt that He's got better speed and quickness. If you will, than what Austin that catch where he stretched out, Austin Hooper would never make that play. Would have never have made that play. Gotta use the more I think. I think he's a listen. Another guy this week we talked about Todd Gurley another guy this week without those linebackers. Here's a chance for him to get out in the middle of a field and make some plays for it. All right. Here's the and talking about getting more out of special teams, especially on returns. Yeah, it's a It's a difficult one. But you got good question. The kickoff return. Sometimes you get a chance, but sometimes you don't have him the ability to start at 25 kick that goes deep in the end zone. That's one. That's you know, certainly worth taking out 25 Noah's Faras. A touchback goes one that we think we can gain. Maybe some field position is if you're who has ability to drop the ball down. You know whether it's right at the goal line and cover if you can knock him back down inside the 20. Sorry. The proper term side goes. We do like Brandon's speed and quickness. He'd play slot receivers of those air. Good attributes for a cover. Turner Let me from wrong, Jarvis. You can fair catch a kick and taking it to 25 in today's NFL, right? That part of the rules. Yes, if you Yeah, If you think you if you're inside the 25, you can fair catch it And, you know, go to put 25. So So I mean, what difference does it make? If you so if you kick it, let's say to the two yard line. You can fair catch it at the two yard line again into 25. So where's there? An advantage. What? What? I understand what he is talking about. My thing is this You know, every yard that your return guy can get. Use, one less yard and first down that your offense has got to get And field position in the NFL does get to be a big thing, and, by the way, go look historically at field position and playoff teams. Seems that started the 30 yard line for playoff or sorry for field position tend to always be playoff teams. There is a correlation to your starting position and What the end result ends up being that was college, by the way, college dude that if 20 for you know, not not an NFL adjusting that's in college. That was the rule change. Okay, I knew was in college, but I want to know if I can visit the NFL so.

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"dan toe" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

American Fashion Podcast

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"dan toe" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast

"Podcast. I I'm Charles Beckwith here with Kathy. Everyone and our guest in the studio is the author Dana Thomas Dana Great to be here. Dan toes about your books. My books employable yeah. I've written three so far. The first one is called deluxe luxury lost its luster her which came out in two thousand and seven the second is gods and kings the rise and fall of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano which came out in twenty fifteen and then my a new one. It's fashioned the price of fashion in the future of clothes which just came out this week and I see them as a trilogy. The first one about the sacrificing sacrificing of Integrity for the sake of profit the second one about the sacrificing of the creative for the sake of Prophet and the third now is sacrificing humanity on the planet for the sake of profit. That's heavy and I've been reading at Kathy's been reading. This is a very good book fashioned helpless. It's on Amazon now. People can get it and it's fantastic. Well thank you thank you. It took three years to write but I'd been thinking about it since two thousand seven uh I I came up with the idea when I was on book tour for Deluxe and I went. I met three different people in one day. Who told me that they were re? Shoring or keeping shoring in you know manufacturing in the United States one of them was brooks brothers where they were going to open the plant that they have now in long island city to manufacture ties and this sort of like stuck with me said this is interesting. The other one was Oscar. De la Renta they had just bought the factory where they make their evening gowns in the Bronx and they said what does a family that owned. It didn't WanNa do this anymore. They were they were finished with manufacturing. Nobody wants to take over the company and and the Alex team did did not are the Oscar team did not want to take that work overseas. They liked being able to get in the car and go up to the Bronx and or jump on the train and go see what was going on and so I thought there's something to this Cyrus a movement back bringing manufacturing back but I was too early then then I was going to do it. I started working on it again. In about two thousand twelve when John Galliano had his meltdown and and I decided to write gods and kings then after that was done I looked at this again and I said now is the time to do it and added. I folded in the Sustainability Angle too because sustainability when I was working for portfolio magazine in two thousand eight. I did a piece of fashion. Sustainability and sustainable fashion was seen as an oxymoron and now it's a movement it was too early. Then now is the time to do it. In the terminology of this you have offshoring where things went to other countries Chris to be manufactured right and you have a re shoring where people are bringing manufacturing back to the United States but then you have this other term in the book called all right shoring right shoring also there's also a thing called near shoring which is sort of like what Zara does where they're based in Spain and they manufacture across the Strait of Gibraltar in Morocco but that's still offshore. Let's be frank. This is a new term because when I was working on Manufacturing York worked before that imploded. We didn't have that term no Rachel and can you break down right shoring shoring right. Shoring is the idea that you're bring it back but you're doing it in a you're not just bringing back old jobs. You know one of the things about make America great again. The idea of the trump puts forth is that we're going to bring back all those old jobs and give them those people back their old jobs and everything will be hunky. Dory again except it's been thirty years since those jobs went off shore most of the people who worked in manufacturing then have aged out or they started a new career. They're doing something completely different so we there aren't people people to give the old jobs back to at least not in fashion apparel manufacturing the people who make close today ironically in America are usually immigrants or refugees who have come to this country and still have the skill of sewing or are so keen to learn any kind of skill they'll learn sewing because because they need a job and those exactly the same people now that they want that you know the trump administration would like to kick out and the MOANS now making our clothes and making right shoring possible so it's there's a whole generation where nobody knows how to sell anymore because home ed classes were abolished about the same time as jobs were sent overseas and the right shoring movement is really interesting because what it's doing is taking those old factories and re fitting them with the state of the art technology now. This is probably something that couldn't have happened. Had we not had the offshoring exodus. It's what one Paul dillinger. Levi's called creative destruction Russian. Nobody would have stopped manufacturing. 'em Gotten rid of all of the machinery in their in their factory fitted refitted it with state of the art and then started again would've just cost too much but to come into a factory. That's been sitting empty for thirty years. You get a break. You get incentives. You get tax incentives. You get a break on the rent or a purchase price and then you can take an it's empty so you can then create recreate what you want inside and there's a whole ecosystem mm around it that you can revive by creating new jobs that are tech jobs the kinds of jobs at thirty years ago the workers wouldn't have been able to do those is those workers who are sowing sitting at so machine sewing now you run them from clean rooms and it's all computerized. You don't even touch stuff. It's robots. It's it's vacuums Zain and knitting machines that looked like something out of Brazil. They're very cool and that's right shoring. It's it's creating two hundred jobs. Not Two thousand there are two hundred new good safe well-paid jobs now the so much they they aren't perfect yet. They still got some issues where people have suits have issues but you have other machines that are robotic like spinning cotton or cutting. FAB- fantastic cutters fantastic the the the way that computers can lay out the pattern on fabric so that they aren't losing even a millimeter. It's so well thought out and then lasers come in and cut it pursue. Oh precisely it and then it's all run from this cleanroom so you're not inhaling the fibers you don't have all the dust so everyone's healthy the Norma Rae a Europe of coughing cotton fibers and and coming to lung disease. They're gone you mentioned the term the fly that's why yeah yeah. That's the word the bits of fabric the dust in the filaments that just go in the air in Manchester in the nineteenth century they relied on the damp as as they call it humidity to keep the fly down in rainy England and I've been in factories sweatshops in Asia where they have you know it's one hundred degrees out. Nobody's wearing masks. They have gigantic fans to cool. The place is blowing the fly around all over the place in these right insuring factories in the United States in France and England across Europe and even in some in Asia where they've just daft they build the factory from the the ground up but they use the right shoring state of the art approach no-fly safe clean egg fire exits. You know they're not going to collapse these factories. It's great so you also pointed out that I mean we do have some domestic manufacturing here but you also pointing pointed out a number of the violations of what's happening in Los Angeles and that's been going on for a long time for a long time. So how does that. Do you see. That's starting to change well. I hope so interestingly you know forever twenty one big trouble right now. They're talking about. Maybe Filing wiling chapter eleven bankruptcy protection and forever twenty one is based in Los Angeles and they have been called out by the Department of Labor for sourcing in these sweatshops in downtown. La They always say oh. We didn't know it was sucked. Contracted without our knowledge judge we would never knowingly producing these places but they did even if it was subcontracted it just proves that you know even even if you're sourcing the way you know in sweatshops and you're cutting cutting cutting cutting costs to that level. It isn't necessarily a good business model there in financial angel trouble. It's one thing to not know about country attracting in China but another to not know about it around in. La around corner exactly and it shows that it's not a good business model isn't necessarily profit making so the book is amazing and I have to say that initially reading it. I had this incredible sense of hopelessness. You know as you were traveling around the globe and talking about particular situations right and then you start to lay out a historical context and then you start to talk about the changes that are happening here. which are you know? There's so so much content in here that I think is powerful for a lot of young companies. Thank you and then also start to talk about the future retail and what you see is changing so by the time you know oh you finish. You feel really good so I'm curious if at ever at one point during putting this book together. Did you feel like a sense of hopelessness. Listen to this too big. We'll ever oh yeah. There was in the book writing the book as well as the subject itself. There were a few times where Mike is this working and then I just had this this mantra that might my agent. My editor both kept sort of like sending me little the males or calling and telling me minding me. This is the book of hope you must remember. This is the book of hope so banish the hopelessness cut it down on show that it's bad show that it's been bad for a long time but then showed the good and then show the hope and so there is a moment where we pivot and when you get to that point and when I was writing it and I got to that point that we give it to the good which starts in Florence Alabama. It's like it's all going to be it can be okay if we want it to be and that's what. I wanted to show with the book and he's not this book isn't about the fashion business really I use fashion as as a way to talk about bigger picture bigger thoughts I see myself not as a fashion writer ever but more a invest. I've always been sort of investigative news reporter. I grew up at the Washington Post. I've been writing for the New York Times for years. I grew up at the Washington Post under Ben Bradlee early in the era of Woodward in the Swat team so we all had that sort of it was always in the news room that you had to sort of dig and get it right and I've always approached covering covering the the fashion feet with that idea but I see myself also social anthropologist and I use fashion to talk about bigger ideas because it's something we can all understand you don't need to have an NBA or an engineering degree to to understand what I'm talking about and you know my my husband. Tease me and said this books a little bit..

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"dan toe" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"dan toe" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"In an Joe Biden's mental acuity and overall medical condition something previously whispered about or attacked on the president's twitter feed is now a big topic of conversation in this election. The Democratic Front runner is now promising to move up the release date of his medical records to before the Iowa caucuses and all because fallout from this exchange last night with fellow candidate who the down Castro where Castro question the vice president's memory. You said by qualifier forgetting what you said. Addicts addicts can be what you said just two minutes ago. I can't believe that you said two minutes ago that they had to buy in and now you're saying they don't have to bite your forgetting that Biden's campaign called it a cheap shots they even as Castro contends. This was not a personal attack nevertheless the stories. He's out there for his part. Biden took it in stride this afternoon when asked whether it was fair for his rivals play the age card Biden replied quote shirt is he joked reporters about the questions surrounding rounding health senior medical records to dress what concerns man you wanNA wrestle. We're speaking about last night's debate Biden told donors at a fundraiser today quote. I think I could have done better. I will do better godwilling joining me now to discuss Scott National Campaign Co Chair for the Biden Campaign Congressman Cedric Richmond Congressman so vice president Biden says the age card is fair game. Do you agree look. I think the vice vice president stands by his record. He is who he is and you can't do anything about age so if the American people think age is real issue and remember everything's relative politics the guy that he will be running against is nearly the same age but if the American people think that that is an issue. I think he's willing to address it so I I think it is fair. I don't think how it was played. How was fair especially since the facts were wrong surrounding the exchange do you are? Are you concerned that this is an issue that just going to keep coming up because it's the kind of thing that once people start to think about it or focus on it any time then somebody stumbles is any time somebody gets a word wrong or drones on as I often do it brings the question back up again. It's it's sort of become become something that people watch for look. I do it all the time also I do it for more than I want to do it but I think that it's a slippery slope. I mean I know seniors. my mother for instance will not say if she misplaced our keys because she doesn't want people to think that for some reason she's losing it and I think that we have to be very sensitive about that and so if the facts bear it out and it's something that we can address but look Vice President Biden is very very strong. he is is very energetic and I think he's running a good campaign. It was to to send it out there. In the manner that it was done one I think it was inaccurate. In the way that it was portrayed but to think it was just basic route no manners and disrespectful it is inching that that this even coming up at all given the fact that it's not just vice president who's in his seventies. You've talked about trump but also do closest rival Senator Sanders and Senator Warren or as well. Why do you think it is the Biden is the one on being attacked for his age and not others because he's winning and whenever you're in first place you have to be prepared for attacks from everyone who's not in first place in last last night that was nine other people and I think that that's why the vice president said his fundraiser that he will do better he knows he's going to get attacked? I think that's the good thing about the Democratic Party is that we we leave our morals and our values and so anything that's issue related and for the American people. Let's let me just say this. Anderson people are so busy trying to keep a roof over their head food on their tables clothes on their children's back and provide for their families the last thing they're thinking about our cheap shots in the debate. They're trying to figure out how to beat Donald Trump how to get this country united again how to restore the soul of the country how to love and care for one another like it was intended to do how to be this idea of America. That's what people are thinking about. They're not thinking about who can come up with the best one liner doing a debate so that they can fundraise off of it but from two percent to three percent but people are very concerned about who can actually stand Dan Toe to toe with Donald trump on a debate stage and take what he you know throws out and and give back more someone who can actually beat Donald trump on a debate stage and erase they are concerned about that but all the polls show that we're the only Democratic candidate that's beaten Donald Trump by double digits so it's not a thin margin of victory for Vice President Joe Biden over Donald Trump. He has a large margin of victory right now but let's remember also that he had to the debate a former speaker of the House Paul Ryan and he had to debate former governor Sarah Palin when the stakes were the highest and he he performed very well. They won both elections so sometimes you have to let experience show and by the way since when is experience experience and wisdom a bad thing you know reminds me of the former's commercial I know thing a too because at the scene of two and so I think that he can stand on the fact that he's been there and he knows what he's doing. Our Congressman Cedric Richmond thank you very much appreciate your parents want to bring in former advisor presence and a CNN senior political analyst David Gergen and New New York Times White House correspondent and CNN political analyst Maggie Haberman while the debate was taking place last night the the president and was in the process of taking aim at at Vice President Biden and Elizabeth Warren just WanNa play what he said. I HIT POCAHONTAS WAY WAY TOO early. I thought he was gone. She's emerged from the ashes and now it looks like she could beat Sleepy Joe. He's fallen asleep. He has no idea what the hell he's doing. They're saying obviously if people thought the Hulan Castro said was a low blow it is just a taste of what if there was a those two on the stage Biden and trump There's GonNa be a lot worse than that. There's a couple different things going on in that Castro. Biden exchange exchange one is they seem to be on substance talking past each other. One is the question of the fact that he won't stay that he was in fact taking a shot at Biden's age which is hard to believe since pretty universal appearance of that from everyone watching but then there's the question of his reaction and the reaction of sort of how dare you sir that a lot of his supporters had as you say this is going to be a fraction of what he's going to see on a debate stage with Donald trump who insulted his way through the debates in the primary who insulted his way through his debates with Hillary Clinton and who's already honing his lines so at a certain point you know what you have in front of you is the game you have to play and there are real questions to the point you just made before about whether Biden is the right person to go toe to toe Democrats are assessing that people are thinking about it because of his age but also whether he can take a punch against this president David Richard Turnover saying well look Biden Togan Sir Pale and and Paul Ryan that was a long time ago and obviously we're all older since then so is that is that something you can kind of relax and say oh he's very experienced debater. No no no no. We've all all Saint Joe Biden now debate several times and clearly he is he's still effective a lot of people like Joe and sometimes when he makes gap more as part of his humanity and who he is but there's no question that this is a legitimate issue and a campaign. Am Pain when when you've got a candidate who's in mid seventies just remember back famously and when Reagan was running for his second term and then he had a first debate against Walter Mondale when he stumbled badly on several occasions is looked like he was sort of out of it well the Democrats in went after hammer and Tong questioning you sit in this basically saying he was was senile and he had to have a good second strong debate turn that around with humor as he did and so repeatedly since then fitness for office has has become a question and who is asking more questions today than Democrats about Donald Trump whether he's fit for office just as fair to raise questions about Joe Biden. I talk to the Guy I do. Give credit to Joe Biden today to say I'm GonNa get my medical records out there before anybody votes. It does seem like something a wise thing to do. I though clearly not every president feels that way because from we only saw Dr don't trump's kind of factor Bornstein note right even know how to describe uh-huh apparently he was a doctor of something that is definitely true. I mean look we. We have not seen Donald Trump's medical records. We do get the report from the White House now that he's president but yes I think David raises an important point. I think that one of the reasons Democrats get so frustrated. Some anyway with the criticisms of Biden's age is at end whether he's fully present is that he the person person in the White House often loses his train of thought or you know I remember being in the Oval Office at some point. I can't remember it. Was this your last year where he kept referring to John. Bolton has Mike Bolton so I mean he does get these things wrong and I think that Democrats get frustrated filling like he doesn't bear any scars for that. I don't know if he does or doesn't we're GONNA find find out with voters. David go ahead. I just WanNa make one more point and that is is the right to raise the question of how he's go toe to toe with Donald Trump. That's an important question but the bigger larger issue is is he going to have good judgment. If he's president is he going to be able to think clearly and have have income down and and and really complicated world that's important and you know but trump is operating entirely by instinct and look at all look. Everything is getting all screwed up. You want a person in that Oval Office who can think and think clearly and you buy needs to demonstrate that and I think he'll be put to the test in these in this campaign meg last last night there was a lot of criticisms of items Biden's reaction to the question of.

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"dan toe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"dan toe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Texas came over you can text almost out of time tonight I get four more hours to sort out the world's problems tomorrow now that I know what day of the week it is really making progress tomorrow from six to ten evening but a few minutes left if you'd like to text something to call something in real quick eight six six three nine one ten twenty district just came and Eddie did you go to seminary school no but I was raised southern Baptist I'd like to think that took as well as a reply to spend time in seminary school my son's got to go to art school he's leave then me in three days and the T. bees in Esperanto I mention marijuana at the beginning of the show the fact that I didn't mention it again until this point probably made one or two if you go ha but this is an interesting story and I don't know quite what I think about it yet aside from the fact that is weird and it is going to get talked about tomorrow in more depth because between now and tomorrow I'm gonna look up and get more information about this but this is the first time I've seen this this is out of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania a Lehigh county judge ruled that police cannot legally search a car based solely on the smell of marijuana really know where the verdict is called the the judge ruled that police cannot legally search a citizen's car because they smell weed judge Martha marks usually Maria Dan toes ruled in favor of Timothy bar on August second the court of common pleas Lehigh county PA saying that the quote planes smell of marijuana no longer provides a torrid ties with probable cause to conduct a search of the subjects me a call really I know a whole lot of people I'm not a whole lot but I know a few people that have spent money on air freshener for a long time for no reason apparently Pennsylvania legalized medical marijuana in April of twenty sixteen states first medical marijuana dispensaries opened in February of twenty eighteen this guy and his wife were pulled over by state troopers last November when his wife who was driving failed to properly stop wide a railroad overpass all right that's what that's what the the lights getting pop that's what it is about according to the judge's ruling the troopers smelled a quote strong older of marijuana coming from the vehicle I'll just go ahead and say it I have smelled that before a concerts it's not a smile that you go I wonder what that is fine the trooper smelled a strong odor of marijuana which a through my experience that's pretty much the only kind of odor if you're talking about weed there's a reason it's sometimes referred to as skunk they smelled the strong odor coming from the vehicle despite the man bar showing the troopers his medical marijuana card the troopers claim that the owner gave them the legal right to search the vehicle when the trooper searched the vehicle they found a loaded handgun with a bullet in the chamber and four rounds in the magazine he is according to reports prohibited for from possessing a firearm because of a prior conviction so okay you got him on that bar was charged with possessing a small amount of marijuana hand a pair of firearms charges in the judge's ruling she concluded that the plane smell of marijuana should no longer provide authorities with probable cause the surge of bars via Haskell was unlawful and all evidence seized from the vehicle was obtained unlawfully the judge granted the the defendant's motion suppressing the evidence of the marijuana and a firearm I guess.

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"dan toe" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"dan toe" Discussed on KGO 810

"Friday three to six you can find the show. I would listen to the first half hour of the show. But Amy Webb was with us. She is the author of a book called the big nine. She's a what they call an analytical futurist, but also just a really bright and personable smart person talking about a. This book will tell you everything you need to know about a in a really easy way to read it, and she's tonight at the Niko hotel, but it sold out. I was going to try to go in and say, I'm chip Franklin one of those deals. You know, they're like, oh, we've been waiting for you take this away. I sold you out. I did. I know so but to her credit she came on with us, and she could blow us up, but she saw in a book, though, I guess that's the thing. And she also she speaks in such a way that you can understand what she's talking about. And that's her main goal. She's like, I don't even care about being on the bestseller list. I want people to understand what a is and back-back great guests yesterday. And today we had the David dourson on yesterday who was a council during the Watergate hearings, and he was talking about. He really made me feel a lot better by saying, look, you know, what happened was predictable that mother was no way was going to indict Trump. He was never going to happen because bar no way would deliver that indictment. So anyway, I feel a lot better. I had a bad day until that conversation. Then it made me feel better in Amy Webb did the same about a I was a really enjoyable, and you can get these podcasts on itunes, Stitcher. You can also get them at KIRO radio dot com, which is probably the easiest because you get get a picture of Nikki when you go there. Eight hundred eighty eight ten is how you reach us. The let me tell you about the CNN Poland. I'll get your phone call. So a majority of Americans say Trump was not exonerated of collusion after bar summary. That is surprising. I mean, I can get the thing about obstruction of Justice. But again, let's just explain what collusion is collusion at a criminal level is conspiracy. What is conspiracy? It's people getting together to plant and illegal act. Okay. You don't have to do the legal act if you're planning it, that's a crime collusion. The in. This particular case was the violation of a federal law, which does not allow foreign powers to participate or influence, our elections through a myriad of ways, especially through through a stolen documents. Right. So, you know, there's absolutely no proof while the at least he couldn't get enough proof to get an indictment. But why would he want an indictment anyway of a guy who's individual? Well, number one after Collins testimony in New York, anyway, so maybe the point of Muller's. In total inquiry was to get the people he could and to make a case for the Americans to see this president in the light that we should which is a person that you cannot trust who is incapable of performing the task of president of the United States. So I think in a lotta ways that's maybe where that is the Democrats run against them. I think now it's a fait accompli that he will be the nominee in two thousand twenty for the Republican party. So who would who would be best to beat him? But also represent the values, and the I guess the issues that matter the most to us people who are Democrats, right? And I say that I guess I am I going to shrink high in San Jose. You're on shipping. Nikki I get your name right is a serene shrine. Hi curious. What are you guys? Who is going to be able to stand toe to toe with Trump's during the debate out of the people that are up for you know, are running Elizabeth Warren. What? Able to. I think Bernie Sanders would be able to. I think Joe Biden would be able to claim Booker my I don't know. I'd have to see him talk a little bit more Kamala. Harris, I think could Amy klobuchar everybody you mentioned about one hundred fifty times more challenging. Dan toe-to-toe with Trump when he starts getting ugly. And you know, calls names, I think the key. They're Charene is you don't get in the mud because that's when you get all dirty. Will you have to deal? No you've got to get in. The MO you don't I personally don't think. So I think. I would agree more with you the Nikki Schramm, but I will say this. I think there's a way to do it without getting into the mud though. That's what I'm saying. Let's say, for example, Trump says something like comes out and says that you know. He doesn't care about the border and are people coming in here and their crimes going, and I would just lay out a bunch of statistics and say, look, I'm going to speak slowly. So you can understand. Okay. And that's fine. Do something like that and say, you know, negative immigration. Just go down the list of things that you know, the more natives more likely to commit crimes and undocumented people. But but then I would always close it by by acquiescing one point and saying we need a border that is secure offense is expensive. It doesn't work. I would stick to my points. But if he starts saying things, again, if your guy is going to be different than it's a woman. I think that's going to be a really interesting dynamic to have a woman debate him, right? Because I think we all know his his track record with women is he doesn't treat them as Pierce. You know, he doesn't he doesn't. He's never had a woman in his life that if you'd as an equal. So I think that will be as undoing. I also think that you have to be prepared. If you're going to go up against Trump you. You have to do exactly what shifts said like lay everything out. Slowly, what I mean is I understand what you're saying by toe to toe, but don't I don't wanna see somebody devolve into the name calling because then you're following trap. You know what I'm saying? He can do that better. He has a lock on being a bully. You don't be a bully. You rise above me. Like when we're ready to be right. And have a president that is an adult then vote for me if you wanna chop because he'll act like a child he'll do the name calling. And it'd be like there's the child again you have to call him on his behavior. And I think that will get the democratic nominee. You're the point you have the same hand gestures. Regan's. That's why. Sleazy the sleazy walk around Hillary when they were debating we'd be right behind her. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Amber. She should have turned around and said, what are you looking at my ass. What is your problem getaway? The Democrats have learned and have watched Trump, and they understand his MO think Hillary Clinton not that she was outmatched. But I really think that she underestimated the number of stupid people. He has a track record that you can attack. Exactly, which is an important didn't exist before eight hundred eighty eight ten Mark you're on Caja Chipper, Nikki laid on. Yeah. I guess gosh. You know, what prompted my call is something that happened really early in the hour, and it had to do with white culture, and it's kind of disturbing because I really think that as a nation. Our goal should be to live up to the lofty language in our constitution. And I think racism and religious, extremism distort the outcomes, but as bad as it is I don't want to throw the baby out with the bath water for four hundred years philosophically, where it's been happening has been in western culture. And I I really I it. It bothers me that it just tends to be associated with just being white. You don't have to be white to embrace private property. You know, I just wish that we would control corporations that was not the way it's being practiced. Now is not the way it was it was originally designed and we've had some bad supreme court decisions. But just because it came from. White culture. I don't think it should be condemned. Well, let's take citizens United. Okay, citizens United without a doubt aids. The top ten thousand corporations in the country for five hundred really run by a sensibly all white people who have inherited in pass money down in many cases, direct line from slavery. And you can look at this. And I'm not trying to spin it. I don't think if you're good white person today, you should not feel any guilt, but you still have a responsibility for us to create a level playing field and for two reasons one because it's the right thing to do and too because it's the best thing for our country. I'm not I'm not gonna argue with what I think is we instead of concentrating on on on the racial aspect of it is it because philosophy doesn't have race. Really? And and it's just people who think of you know, they arrive at conclusions. They think about stuff, and I think that we're on the cutting edge is is flawed as we are. I just don't want you know, again that throwing out the baby with the bathwater. It's it's like concentrate on that I can't think of a supreme court decision that goes farther back than than the one. You just mentioned that gives corporations all the rights of a human being without the social responsibility. I agree. I agree. I think a lot of people will say this about me. And and and they may might be correct. Is that I that. I talk a lot about it. I talk about you know, the the thing that white people have to do. But I think it, and they, you know, come on bell. Who's been on our show bunch of times is married to a white woman. He's African American, and I've always pointed out that's the best way to cure. This thing is for everybody just have children together. And we all share the common love for our kids in our future. But again, that's a simple way. And it's never that. Simple. It's always difficult. But I I do think you're onto something in that the baby with the bathwater thing is we should teach a kid at a swim. First of all and just look forward with sort of a. A note of optimism. I mean, there was a line that Amy Webb said earlier that I really like, and it's learn how to accept uncertainty because that is something that when you understand that there's conflict in every part of your life. And that part of your life is always having to deal with conflict to something as simple as gonna fight with your husband. You're left the house. Your car broke down on the way to work, your boss is acting like a jerk or you found out you, you know, you have early stage of cancer, you have to you have to find a way to these conflicts. And and you know, when you become.

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"dan toe" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"dan toe" Discussed on WJR 760

"Do ecommerce with furniture has yet to be. Figured out Oh I think? More answer your question to we're doing. A lot more, social media we're trying, to you know stay stay in, front of, the faces of the people that are shopping and, now now we're doing more digital marketing you know, on the web. Attache our website which is one of those ideas that I had before that were finally doing so Record right she was. I I was focused on ecommerce but I must tell you. That what we do see is were no longer customers. Just, coming in through the front door off the street, our, front. Door, is now in, the cloud and it could be fruit as consequences of what we do on Facebook Instagram Twitter. Snapchat our website we do with Edwards and. So forth so it's so much more, complicated selling, environment that didn't exist, and that's what e-commerce's to a retail. Furniture, store today well I happen to have a Pinterest board named decorating right right. And and you, know you, can always snap pictures posted on Pinterest of displays of certain and garner. Interest that way see other retailers that that, do that, work we've got into that a, little bit you know for it for me it's hard to keep up with everything I think that definitely something to look at in the future interest as. A daily thing Irwin I just wanna make. Sure we'd recognize you've received a spirit, of Detroit, award twice Hugh tells, briefly about the three times three times In in two thousand seven. Two thousand eight we have is terrible mortgage crisis and a lot of Detroiters started to abandon. Their homes and move out of the city they're lost their mortgages and leaving behind a. Home in Detroit often was stripped all value and Oftentimes Burke. To the ground or. Burnt it wouldn't be purchased. The ground actually oftentimes most of the fires were easily put out but the homes were just an eyesore destroyed so, we ended up my dad and I just we we couldn't walk couldn't drive down the street we, saw, somebody home so we started, properties in we've boarded up two hundred and fifty apartments apartment buildings, houses businesses over. The course of two and a. Half years which helps save made it possible for for people that were living in that. Next door to say okay I can live with this but I can't live with a burnt-out Building next to me right, that was a big difference I think that. That what you've described, as a testament to the. Value that family businesses bring not only to the economy but but to neighborhoods get so involved and connected to the, people that you know they're doing business within living with on an on a day to day basis, and, kudos to you for that, that something to be very proud of Thank you to Irwin Dan toe and Ashley dantonio Silverman for joining us today on the family business forum to learn more about dantonio furniture go to WWW dantonio dot com that's d. a. n. t. o. s. dot com Stay with us through the break when we come back we'll be speaking with lily Epstein Stott land president Invesco oil lily will be talking about Vesco oils approach to strategic planning which led to their recent, acquisition of accurate this is the. Family business forum on news talk seven sixty WJR.

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"dan toe" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"dan toe" Discussed on WJR 760

"Bank I'm here with my co hosts Jeff Smith with family business forum consulting and Dr Donald Levitt with Levitt. Consulting we're pleased to continue our discussion with Irwin dantonio and Ashley dantonio Silverman representing the third and fourth generation at dantonio. Furniture dantonio furniture located in. Southwest Detroit was founded in one thousand nine hundred forty by Julius dantonio and later managed by his, son Charles dantonio who's still in the business and is the top sales. Person, Ashley we. Laugh we left the last segment talking about the next generation and working outside the. Business I remember meeting you a while back at the family business, forum and we talked about your background in the fashion industry and how that Works with being in the the furniture and home decorating, industry today tell me how do you think that that has helped you Well I've worked you know behind the scenes I worked in the buying and planning. Department so I understand how everything gets ordered and had a plan things out, in more of a bigger setting with bigger retailers and so that helps me, be better, when I am on the sales floor and I'm going to market. And trying to understand the business from that perspective you know And there's a lot of similarity similarities between fashion, and furniture fashions a lot. More ahead, of furniture, but it really helped me, be prepared, to work to come, back to dental furniture now you are a woman in a male dominated store and. Industry, what advice, do you, have for other working other women working in a male dominated, environment well I think if you try to forget that and not make that in everyday challenge then you can really persevere. You know for me I had to remember that you know I'm Dan toe, to and I have a strong voice and they're going to hear me at, some point So I just gotta keep trying to add value to everything. That I do and speak to other women you know and entrepreneurship. And businesses around Detroit and across the country in the furniture industry I'm involved with a? Women, in business grew through the furniture industry and we we get to meet and talk, about the similar challenges so. How how, is it, that you get your voice, heard Ashley, in this male dominated, environment I know your father's shine retiring person but how do you get your now Not retiring now, we're not allowed to retire I think Grandfathers eighty seven but I think. It's just My mom likes to say you. Know just just be like. A broken record keep repeating your sovereignty yourself, you know, if I have a. Good idea you know don't. Beat it. Down I really wanna try it give, it give me a chance I'm, I'm curious how are. You different with Ashley then. Your father was different with you In terms of grooming preparing communicating Well of yelling at her, a lot No I think that I've thought through the the challenge of coming in a challenge Of of a? Person, in the courage trying to come into a business where her father and grandfather Existent of a lot of experience yet have to learn how to respect her contribution and that's a Consideration sometimes I'll take a step back and close my eyes I think that's, a stupid ridiculous Solution ever but I think I, gotta let her try because maybe I'll learn. Something and as we've transitioned into this first century I've. Been second guessing a lot of Held beliefs that govern the, way that we transacted business we don't We're in a new era and she brings a new vision and the customers that she represents it in her age group have a different way. Of considering How, they're gonna make their purchase what they're. Gonna purchased, how they're going to pay for well speaking of that you get I'm sure a lot of online competition right through Amazon and big box stores like I I'd be curious to know. Given, the number of stores that, have gone out of business what it, is that you're doing to stay successful. When competitive That's a difficult question there there are many. Factors beyond ecommerce that are affecting our business we have a lot more product in the for the consumer to consider which is. Greatly affected. Our business commerce is a interesting problem for furniture because furniture requires two man and a, big truck materials not just dropped on the porch it is So we?.

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"dan toe" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"dan toe" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"You know they delivered to your door hey man but sandy dan toes one of the good ones incredible impressionist which is skill i don't have it's like music barley really do irrelevant people but yeah joe cocker last night has been dead for five years can you let me see what is your most popular impression polly yeah just because you know he owns the comedy store and he's he was movie star but did you gotta have me on the what then appropriate borough the so dean gelber was the manager of the comedy store for years and it's one of polly's fronts from growing up but paulie will just yell nonsequitur his name in like whether we're on an airplane like i've woken up on an airplane from rows away just hearing the and i wake up and polly's just screaming the but they do in the middle of his act one he'll just be onstage in like inbetween jokes will just be like he'll just be like the so anyway i own the comedy star it's like it's whole larry's to me but i can't imagine anyone in the audience knows what's going on when you are this and for us in l did you do do you know the final verdict to that or i auditioned last year spoiler alert didn't get it but i just put in this year again but do they get back to you like you need to work on this no i wished that'd be so nice if they did i mean i know they can't do that for everybody but like you gotta be close we'll see you know i just did i just joe cocker on the comedy jam last night and melissa vious in your and chris read were both on the show and they both had very nice things to say to me doco about my performance so you know maybe be worth reaching out to them palming you know but i mean it's all who you know like yeah you know last year i got as far as i did because of leslie yeah i mean leslie you know i mean we used to get along really well i heard that there there's a tension over a roast battle incident well yeah but like a you know i i am the belief that if you go up to roast battle you know the type of humor that's done up there it's not a knock knock jokes show and everyone what i love about ross battle yochanan time yeah i'm gonna it's funny what if there was just comedy so popular that there's a knock knock jokes i see it happening i could too but you know people get offended at rush pouts do everyone signs up for this show you know the judges sign up to be that's why i've only ever done it as a character and i don't do it as myself because i know myself and i'm calling my friends making fun of me like that but i don't want to be in front of a roomful of people what's tough like my last battle which was a year and a half ago is against benji and i have been me and benji your home is he's one of the best but i it was very he's one of the most funny he's a great he should've been on roast battle on the tv oh absolutely because he's like he's so very cutting yeah very funny and doing so and he looks so like nice and demure right zooming like he gave me some killer rose jokes basically for everyone i've ever battled i'd always go to him hey what do you think about this one and you know they had me battle him which is another thing i didn't really like it was like you know 'cause i knew that certain people were wanting him to kill me so then they could say hey just beater put him on season two really now i'm fucking tackling dummy it's funny how benji has a collision show on the air two seasons hopefully three it's a great show alone again very funny and i still don't feel like he gets the fuck respect he deserves in the comedy community well think it's because people go okay he comes from a wealthy family he didn't earn it he did i know really hard it took them longtime medium started out together and it's not like he had it going from from day one but i see the same thing with kristalina where you know chris is dad was in the business.

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"dan toe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dan toe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The old fashioned brandy or the brand new oldfashioned brand you'll still working on it hey we got them sponsor news we're getting closer look at this little bit after four in the morning i'm gonna go urban exploring roger do the news okay mostly cloudy seventy one at o'hare life in prison without the possibility of parole time seven that was the sentence friday for forty seven year old darren vans a prolific serial killer that touched the lives of many individuals and certainly no seven there should still be in our lives in this world but yet dan toes to do so by taking them away from their families and friends former marine under a plea deal to avoid the death penalty it was supposed to be tried not tober for the deaths of nineteen year old afrika hardy thirty five year old anna jones it was arrested in two thousand fourteen while police investigate the killing party whose body was found bathtub inside a hammond motel room it's not official yet exit polls though in ireland suggesting that voters there have all overwhelmingly passed a referendum lifting the conservative countries decades old ban on abortion through our partners it's news here's david blevins from dublin ireland doesn't just appear to have voted yes but voted yes by something of a landslide and if that's the case then it's constitutional ban will be lifted and the government is committed to introducing legislation to permit unrestricted access to abortion for women up to twelve weeks pregnant it's an incredible results for the prime minister on shirt cleo rod car he himself personally changed his mind on this emotive issue and then persuaded his cabinet tobacco his call for a referendum david blevins reporting from dublin we will have official results later today with americans paying more for gasoline on a heavy travel weekend there's news that maybe could mean relief more.

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"dan toe" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dan toe" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Marseils travis espn la marcellus is today's today's doing ballers right mike marcel shooting jesse is still doing that they got they had weather issues postponed today so today is the day that they're shooting by the way it's supposed to raining today so who knows maybe we here you go they're putting you up they're paying you now back playing yourself to miss work not bad it's a good deal brian's in for marcellus today it's funny we were talking about this this speaks to i think the relevance of the nc double a tournament in two different ways one globally to a smaller degree but certainly on a more local one what's going on because the four of us were sitting here talking to minute ago what's our lead what are we going to open the ncw tournament is literally used to be the great and of college basketball where you're glued to your tv from thursday morning sunday night he's over and nobody moves in everybody like there every year there's the articles about the lost productivity in the in the nca and you'll america sucked in the toilet because tournament you know we are making america worse again no eighty for us i it's interesting because you know there was a big upset today from what i've been told that marshall beat wichita state is the only game by the way that i actively picked a team like with some sort of method behind it and it had nothing to do with his your dan dan toes i want dan tony back from danda and tony was a an assistant to mike dantonio he was by far the best guy i ever got to talk to work with whatever however you wanted to find that he was great and so i'm cheering for dantonio i feel like mr and mrs dantonio got a little lazy when they name dan dan dan dan you gotta go with an anthony michael.

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"dan toe" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dan toe" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Marseils travis espn la marcellus is today's today's doing ballers right mike marcel shooting jesse is still doing that they got they had weather issues postponed today so today is the day that they're shooting by the way it's supposed to raining today so who knows maybe we here you go they're putting you up they're paying you now back playing yourself to miss work not bad it's a good deal brian's in for marcellus today it's funny we were talking about this this speaks to i think the relevance of the nc double a tournament in two different ways one globally to a smaller degree but certainly on a more local one what's going on because the four of us were sitting here talking to minute ago what's our lead what are we going to open the ncw tournament is literally used to be the great and of college basketball where you're glued to your tv from thursday morning sunday night he's over and nobody moves in everybody like there every year there's the articles about the lost productivity in the in the nca and you'll america sucked in the toilet because tournament you know we are making america worse again no eighty for us i it's interesting because you know there was a big upset today from what i've been told that marshall beat wichita state is the only game by the way that i actively picked a team like with some sort of method behind it and it had nothing to do with his your dan dan toes i want dan tony back from danda and tony was a an assistant to mike dantonio he was by far the best guy i ever got to talk to work with whatever however you wanted to find that he was great and so i'm cheering for dantonio i feel like mr and mrs dantonio got a little lazy when they name dan dan dan dan you gotta go with an anthony michael.

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