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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

07:08 min | 3 months ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Unladylike

"With kind of emerging particularly for young black millennials and atlanta was such a part of that. Even though i don't think a lot of people know that but the shutting down of the highways after moments of police brutality the community organizing that went into different direct actions that was the landscape of atlanta. That i became a part of right at that time that i came out professionally as trans so it was kind of natural to kind of fall in line. They're recall grew up in augusta georgia amid sized city a few hours from atlanta. I mean it was an experience of just filling very isolated. I always had this idea that there was something greater in a more metropolitan area riot. The as i was coming into my identity as a queer person have language around what it meant to be transgender. I don't think most people at that time in the in the nineties and early two. Bowden's but i knew i was different and i knew that largely from how i was being bullied. How you know. My peers approached me. The fact that i was always kind of in these get goals of of girls like all of my best friends for the longest time. We're really just girls and for me. It wasn't about my sexual orientation i it was. There was a part of me that knew that i was a girl and there was something imported about my femininity. That was strong that that i really needed to kind of figure out but i put it on hold. Because of the language i had at the time was gay because i was all i was ever called. Well how did those those. Dan dynamics and especially like growing up in the south. How did that shape. Sort of the path you ended up taking. You know. I think that being southern. And i only know this now because i live in brooklyn i think being southern it. It truly did give me a different type of character. There's something about growing up in space and knowing that that space isn't the center of the world that i think gives you a new lands and so in all of my work that i've done here in new york. It's always been important to clarify that. Yes you know. Some of these. Bigger cities are bubble right and there are a lot of about the experiences of people outside of them. And so this this idea that we can kind of paint Huge off of this country particularly united states with a kind of ignorant brush. Stroke is unfair. It's so interesting politically. So th the all of this like hoopla around georgia and georgia mean so much. The election it really is contingent on. What happens in georgia. And you know everyone can sing. The praises of someone. Like a stacey. Abrams now but we forget nationally that we have thrown so much shade at the south and forgotten that all of our deepest organizing histories and activism histories were rooted in the south. You can't talk about social justice in the united states without talking about what enslaved men in the south right. You can't talk about the civil rights movement without thinking about selma birmingham and atlanta and all of these different spaces there's just so much richness they are and we ignore that when we active of these systems of oppression like white supremacy and the patriarchy only exists in exerted. Their power in the south after high school raquel went to the university of georgia where she started taking women's studies. Those classes gave her a lot of language and contacts for her own personal gender awakening and then tragedy struck when you were nineteen. Your dad died unexpectedly from a stroke. What effect did that have on you at the time. Yeah losing my father had a profound effect on me. That experience i think was interesting and it really kind of forced me to think about what a mental live my life on my own terms without these restrictions expectations and i was morning my father but i was also realizing oh but you know we had a complicated relationship. He loved me. I love him dearly. And there are really gray parts of our relationship. And he didn't fully understand my clearness. And definitely i think it would have been a struggle on the genders heavens. I think his passing freed me up to kind of break down some of those expectations. That i think i had inherited from his own kind of dreams of who. I was supposed to be when we come back. Raquel takes the stage at the twenty seventeen women's march in dc as a black trans woman addressing a sea of pink pussy hats were. Kelly felt she had to choose her words for that occasion very carefully that story and rebels relationship with feminism. After a quick break. 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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Cbd Next new york city police far in contract with the robot dog that spawned countless black mirror. Memes and i'll nuts been cut short good on wednesday. The york nypd. Deputy commissioner confirmed in new york times that response To the backlash that they no longer have the contract with the robot's creators boston Dan dynamics no more dizzy dog recipes dog hunting down fugitives and then turning on innocent people and then killing the police in everybody thirsty rage lists of day oliver onto bodycam footage of like one of those dogs bursting through someone's apartment just taking them out..

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"Michelle's family the conversation was smooth the brothers kind of talking to michelle and grilling and kind of to throw these questions. In as though they're going to stump her she may answer in a way that you know he finds fault with in no she liked just flying colors and it seems very natural like they've been family quote unquote for years and so matt They finished the meeting and matt gets up and walks michelle out and everything and and they're sharing with each other. Just how well that went now. Happy they are in east super happy and you can tell that any kind of reservations or concerns that he had before the day to enduring. The day seem to have melted away now that she's actually met his family and his been able to see kind of that. Dan dynamic feel that dynamic For himself so michelle leaves. Has they do in. He goes back in to kind of have a foul conversation with this family. To see you know. What did they think how you know. How do they feel about the meeting. And they kind of echo. What i was picking up with matt with was sharing with us is like wow. He's a great great girl and they can tell that they have a great connection and all of these things But something happens. And and i don't know if it is just a genuine parental kind of motherly concern. Or if it's kind of a residual impact on the mother and brother to how the family dynamic of his father leaving Impacted all of them but his mother begins to kind of express some caution he. You know this this kind of you know. It's it's great now but you know. Is it going always be this way. Are you really in love. do you make decision. You know because that. That honeymoon feeling goes away. Kind of conversation and the brother is kind of supportive of this and So it starts with his mom making these comments kind of supports it in..

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on TMV Podcast

TMV Podcast

06:24 min | 9 months ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on TMV Podcast

"Audit hoda. Novus anomoly continue all <hes>. Thank you joining us here. On this table where we are discussing. How post election forts. And what's next for muslims in america. I'm sure you can all agree. It's been crazy times and in many ways we're kind of up the woodsmen anyways we're entering new self woods with new challenges to face. I wanted to start off just by asking. What role did muslim voters play in this election. The way we've done things in the past. There has been slow grassroots initiatives. Here and there are different organizations. But this time. There was a lot of <unk> <hes>. And i think you know over among. Muslims voted in the election. That's phenomenal like that's beyond anyone's expectations. Of was there before the election started or the early voting started <hes>. States like michigan. I think some delivered. They delivered michigan to the biden. Victory and i think minnesota what we snare issues exceptional sixty plus muslims. That got elected this election. And that says something. When you see that in the <unk>. Legislator reflects what our community looks like need looked at this election <hes>. Strategically see where we needed to <hes>. Where we needed to help out in order to get border turn out and what community could actually build those coalitions. I feel like there is the sentiment and i saw this on social media in leading up to the election. There was this kind of sentiment that muslim organizations who <hes> <hes>. Kind of you know. <hes> representing <hes>. The muslim grassroots on the ground for the biden campaign <hes>. Was being kind of you know there was kind of i. Don't use the word fighting but into dialogue lesage's to be kind <hes>. About <hes> various organizations. And whether or not they have essentially the right to represent <hes>. <hes> listen votes. You think that that kind of infighting is kind of unfair leading up to election where it's so important that muslims gathered together as a coalition and trump office. The muslim communities diverse in there has to be important questions that are asked in our organization. Do need to help be held accountable. <hes> so i i see nothing wrong in conversations about directions. Muslim organizations are going. You know as long as they're done in a manner that's productive in in a manner that's intended to move the community forward <hes>. And i think you know how organizations respond to that is also telling of the direction they want to. And i think organizations and i've been with an organization before at at abc has been under the gun. That's been under community pressure to make changes. I've gone through it on the other side. And i understand that. They namic of running an organization. Dan dynamics of being annetta. That's a separate conversation of how organizations have to react and have to respond to community pressure and valid concerns. I think the question money raise was well is is this a time to talk about you. Know community <hes>. Is at the time where we have an elections where we're trying to vote out a fascist and <hes>. You know everybody has a different opinion. There is no right or wrong. Answer in both sides have concerns about the timing and so forth wasn't twenty sixteen on repeat. A lot of people did fall in line disappoint. Joe biden even <unk>. May not have agreed that he was the best choice. Personally i do think he was a better choice. Donald trump a happily voted for him. I didn't have an issue. Voting for him are his policies. Perfect no by any means. They're not he's not the perfect candidate but i'm not looking for the perfect candidate. I'm not looking for somebody that i'm going to go out and stand in line for hours and it's going to get me. You know up to to see him. I'm i'm looking for president and it's normal. You know somebody that we can. When we do fight against our fight policies and push back on somebody that's gonna be receptive to listening to us so the democratic party joe biden's administration. We have to give them room to prove you know to to to prove themselves to the community. We have to give them room to answer to our concerns and our demands. And and see how reacts and i'm not saying biden is going to completely shut the door issues. He may well come out and be the bus president. We've seen for the community. We do have to give them that opportunity to do so. We have to give that room for him to to work in and navigate with us and see what comes about something that you said that like we just want a normal president and i think that that is really scary for me because i think a normal president in the united states is a warmonger will still enact other types of bands will still children are still being separated in the united states via the incarceration systems <hes>. People are still being shot and killed by police. They're still surveillance they're still going to be a us empire and so these like he's very core. Fundamental forms of violence are not going to be raised at all. I think that is something that <hes>. It's central to what i think i'm really pushing for. Is that a yes. We should have diversity of tactics absolutely. We can't just like protests everybody in the street and then like think. Everything's going to change if we don't have a strategy. If we are able to actually think about things strategically. I agree that a diversity of tactics is very important but i also think i think there's celebration i think there's a difference between a celebration of trump leaving office and biden entering office. I think it's like great. I love seeing trump depress. The white house or about the whole thing at the that was great. I love that. But there's truly nothing to celebrate about biden sneaking office and truly nothing to celebrate about going back to the status quo in the status quo is so deeply violent. The bar has been so much lowered based on how much violence that we've normalized. And i think that that's something that we can't allow. We allow ourselves normalized. Violence like biden saying that he's going to reverse the muslim ban. You shouldn't be sprayed it as a hero. That is like the basic thing that he should be doing and so i think that us getting excited. That biden is doing not even the bare minimum but just like reversing back to normal. Violent status quo is not a celebration. I think that unfortunately trump has really really destroyed our sense of normalcy but are also like before that even our sense of normalcy was like really endanger. And i think we don't do enough imagining about what we're actually trying to build toward <hes>. And i think if we're actually able to sit down and be like all right. We're trying to elect muslims into positions of power for what what is our end goal like. We're going to rally around biden to get into power for what

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What's Next for Muslims in America?

TMV Podcast

06:24 min | 9 months ago

What's Next for Muslims in America?

"Audit hoda. Novus anomoly continue all Thank you joining us here. On this table where we are discussing. How post election forts. And what's next for muslims in america. I'm sure you can all agree. It's been crazy times and in many ways we're kind of up the woodsmen anyways we're entering new self woods with new challenges to face. I wanted to start off just by asking. What role did muslim voters play in this election. The way we've done things in the past. There has been slow grassroots initiatives. Here and there are different organizations. But this time. There was a lot of And i think you know over among. Muslims voted in the election. That's phenomenal like that's beyond anyone's expectations. Of was there before the election started or the early voting started States like michigan. I think some delivered. They delivered michigan to the biden. Victory and i think minnesota what we snare issues exceptional sixty plus muslims. That got elected this election. And that says something. When you see that in the Legislator reflects what our community looks like need looked at this election Strategically see where we needed to Where we needed to help out in order to get border turn out and what community could actually build those coalitions. I feel like there is the sentiment and i saw this on social media in leading up to the election. There was this kind of sentiment that muslim organizations who Kind of you know. representing The muslim grassroots on the ground for the biden campaign Was being kind of you know there was kind of i. Don't use the word fighting but into dialogue lesage's to be kind About various organizations. And whether or not they have essentially the right to represent listen votes. You think that that kind of infighting is kind of unfair leading up to election where it's so important that muslims gathered together as a coalition and trump office. The muslim communities diverse in there has to be important questions that are asked in our organization. Do need to help be held accountable. so i i see nothing wrong in conversations about directions. Muslim organizations are going. You know as long as they're done in a manner that's productive in in a manner that's intended to move the community forward And i think you know how organizations respond to that is also telling of the direction they want to. And i think organizations and i've been with an organization before at at abc has been under the gun. That's been under community pressure to make changes. I've gone through it on the other side. And i understand that. They namic of running an organization. Dan dynamics of being annetta. That's a separate conversation of how organizations have to react and have to respond to community pressure and valid concerns. I think the question money raise was well is is this a time to talk about you. Know community Is at the time where we have an elections where we're trying to vote out a fascist and You know everybody has a different opinion. There is no right or wrong. Answer in both sides have concerns about the timing and so forth wasn't twenty sixteen on repeat. A lot of people did fall in line disappoint. Joe biden even May not have agreed that he was the best choice. Personally i do think he was a better choice. Donald trump a happily voted for him. I didn't have an issue. Voting for him are his policies. Perfect no by any means. They're not he's not the perfect candidate but i'm not looking for the perfect candidate. I'm not looking for somebody that i'm going to go out and stand in line for hours and it's going to get me. You know up to to see him. I'm i'm looking for president and it's normal. You know somebody that we can. When we do fight against our fight policies and push back on somebody that's gonna be receptive to listening to us so the democratic party joe biden's administration. We have to give them room to prove you know to to to prove themselves to the community. We have to give them room to answer to our concerns and our demands. And and see how reacts and i'm not saying biden is going to completely shut the door issues. He may well come out and be the bus president. We've seen for the community. We do have to give them that opportunity to do so. We have to give that room for him to to work in and navigate with us and see what comes about something that you said that like we just want a normal president and i think that that is really scary for me because i think a normal president in the united states is a warmonger will still enact other types of bands will still children are still being separated in the united states via the incarceration systems People are still being shot and killed by police. They're still surveillance they're still going to be a us empire and so these like he's very core. Fundamental forms of violence are not going to be raised at all. I think that is something that It's central to what i think i'm really pushing for. Is that a yes. We should have diversity of tactics absolutely. We can't just like protests everybody in the street and then like think. Everything's going to change if we don't have a strategy. If we are able to actually think about things strategically. I agree that a diversity of tactics is very important but i also think i think there's celebration i think there's a difference between a celebration of trump leaving office and biden entering office. I think it's like great. I love seeing trump depress. The white house or about the whole thing at the that was great. I love that. But there's truly nothing to celebrate about biden sneaking office and truly nothing to celebrate about going back to the status quo in the status quo is so deeply violent. The bar has been so much lowered based on how much violence that we've normalized. And i think that that's something that we can't allow. We allow ourselves normalized. Violence like biden saying that he's going to reverse the muslim ban. You shouldn't be sprayed it as a hero. That is like the basic thing that he should be doing and so i think that us getting excited. That biden is doing not even the bare minimum but just like reversing back to normal. Violent status quo is not a celebration. I think that unfortunately trump has really really destroyed our sense of normalcy but are also like before that even our sense of normalcy was like really endanger. And i think we don't do enough imagining about what we're actually trying to build toward And i think if we're actually able to sit down and be like all right. We're trying to elect muslims into positions of power for what what is our end goal like. We're going to rally around biden to get into power for what

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on TMV Podcast

TMV Podcast

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on TMV Podcast

"America. I'm sure you can all agree. It's been crazy times and in many ways we're kind of up the woodsmen anyways we're entering new self woods with new challenges to face. I wanted to start off just by asking. What role did muslim voters play in this election. The way we've done things in the past. There has been slow grassroots initiatives. Here and there are different organizations. But this time. There was a lot of And i think you know over among. Muslims voted in the election. That's phenomenal like that's beyond anyone's expectations. Of was there before the election started or the early voting started States like michigan. I think some delivered. They delivered michigan to the biden. Victory and i think minnesota what we snare issues exceptional sixty plus muslims. That got elected this election. And that says something. When you see that in the Legislator reflects what our community looks like need looked at this election Strategically see where we needed to Where we needed to help out in order to get border turn out and what community could actually build those coalitions. I feel like there is the sentiment and i saw this on social media in leading up to the election. There was this kind of sentiment that muslim organizations who Kind of you know. representing The muslim grassroots on the ground for the biden campaign Was being kind of you know there was kind of i. Don't use the word fighting but into dialogue lesage's to be kind About various organizations. And whether or not they have essentially the right to represent listen votes. You think that that kind of infighting is kind of unfair leading up to election where it's so important that muslims gathered together as a coalition and trump office. The muslim communities diverse in there has to be important questions that are asked in our organization. Do need to help be held accountable. so i i see nothing wrong in conversations about directions. Muslim organizations are going. You know as long as they're done in a manner that's productive in in a manner that's intended to move the community forward And i think you know how organizations respond to that is also telling of the direction they want to. And i think organizations and i've been with an organization before at at abc has been under the gun. That's been under community pressure to make changes. I've gone through it on the other side. And i understand that. They namic of running an organization. Dan dynamics of being annetta. That's a separate conversation of how organizations have to react and have to respond to community pressure and valid concerns. I think the question money raise was well is is this a time to talk about you. Know community Is at the time where we have an elections where we're trying to vote out a fascist and You know everybody has a different opinion. There is no right or wrong. Answer in both sides have concerns about the timing and so forth wasn't twenty sixteen on repeat. A lot of people did fall in line disappoint. Joe biden even May not have agreed that he was the best choice. Personally i do think he was a better choice. Donald trump a happily voted for him. I didn't have an issue. Voting for him are his policies. Perfect no by any means. They're not he's not the perfect candidate but i'm not looking for the perfect candidate. I'm not looking for somebody that i'm going to go out and stand in line for hours and it's going to get me. You know up to to see him. I'm i'm looking for president and it's normal. You know somebody that we can. When we do fight against our fight policies and push back on somebody that's gonna be receptive to listening to us so the democratic party joe biden's administration. We have to give them room to prove you know to to to prove themselves to the community. We have to give them room to answer to our concerns and our demands. And and see how reacts and i'm not saying biden is going to completely shut the door issues. He may well come out and be the bus president. We've seen for the community. We do have to give them that opportunity to do so. We have to give that room for him to to work in and navigate with us and see what comes about something that you said that like we just want a normal president and i think that that is really scary for me because i think a normal president in the united states is a warmonger will still enact other types of bands will still children are still being separated in the united states via the incarceration systems People are still being shot and killed by police. They're still surveillance they're still going to be a us empire and so these like he's very core. Fundamental forms of violence are not going to be raised at all. I think that is something that It's central to what i think i'm really pushing for. Is that a yes. We should have diversity of tactics absolutely. We can't just like protests everybody in the street and then like think. Everything's going to change if we don't have a strategy. If we are able to actually think about things strategically. I agree that a diversity of tactics is very important but i also think i think there's celebration i think there's a difference between a celebration of trump leaving office and biden entering office. I think it's like great. I love seeing trump depress. The white house or about the whole thing at the that was great. I love that. But there's truly nothing to celebrate about biden sneaking office and truly nothing to celebrate about going back to the status quo in the status quo is so deeply violent..

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

06:55 min | 9 months ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"I think is amazing. So thank you again for being here. Thank you for bringing us to go. Dow but listen. I'm gonna go back to stories on real quick reminder winds so yes the the phrase. You allow wife that word to do this. Did that struck a chord. Which because i felt in you know i i was looking to my left. How did that make you feel as she went when people say your husband allows you to do something. Well i'm a capricorn's no one allows me to do anything clear. okay but it's interesting that you say that too. Because i had to go on a journey of submission anyways and what that means and there's beauty in it Because i was raised. My father's in my life always at the same time you hear something and i said i was raised by single mom. He gets mad. But i was raised primarily by my mom. Because that's how. I lived with primarily but my dad was definitely in my life but i think that played a role in me being able to receive information from in any way being told what to do and being led by a man so i definitely had to go on a journey of being able to just accept vice or anything from males but when i went into my relationship with my husband we were friends for four years prior to us being together. So i think that helped with as be very candid and open and honest with each other But he. I don't let anyone tell me what to do like he knows. He has to strongly suggest something. Leave it on a table and then let me come back to it. I felt away about that. Because i think people really believe that in some people believe that s fine. I don't believe that. I am my husband's property or that. He owns me or that he tells me what to do. I think we are to equal sows in. There's parts of him that he's better at things than me and vice versa. And we feed off of one another. I don't live in a household of gender roles either. It's like whoever's better equipped to do something. That's the person who does in that moment. Yeah sure so. It's not and then when it comes to like how i express myself he doesn't have a say so in that Do not i mean like because i would never tell him what to do like he doesn't even tell me like how to wear. I actually don't even ask him his opinion about stuff. Because i don't care. I love that which isn't tell. My husband agree and he'd be like you know what actually thank you for admitting because with me i'll ask for the opinion just because i tend to be a little bit more indecisive. Sound like study airings or who and then i'll go with this nation. S why do i want to hear your opinion. How do i don't wanna hear it. I'm gonna do what i wanted to do anyway. I got an argument for whatever you said i chose. I got a reason. Why should be the other one's funny. My husband's actually the opposite though like he literally asked me my opinion about everything in that drives me crazy. I'm like well. What do you wanna do like walking. I don't even like when people ask me for advice. sometimes. Because i'm like do you not what what is in your spirit mostly because i want him to be him like i love you. I don't care about any of that. You know what i mean. Like what pants you wear all his clothes anyway or whatever you wear fly. I made sure that already. Love is because it's from an already approved arsenal. i love. This is the. Dan dynamics are very different. When i appreciate about my husband is that he actually empowers me as well to be who. I am would like to say that. He hopefully fell in love with me for the person that i am. I will say that eighteen year old is not twenty-eight-year-old kadena does not convene today. I'm not quite there yet. But basing ourselves pacing ourselves. So how do you guys feel about that melanie back. Either of you can jump in about this whole you know what your husband allows you to do. How does it work within your household dynamic. I think the word allow a trigger. Like that's the problem with it. Because i think that i do care about my husband has to think and he cares about what i have to think. And i'm open to a discussion. And i'm open to a conversation and like you know i think allow this is the trigger word because you know there's certain things like if i just decided i want to go out and get drunk every single night and he doesn't approve of that might consider that right right right and so i think consideration in partnership in like when we hear a loud that we're taught that that's like allow winston permission is given from parents and likely that's not my parent. That's my partner. Is you know so. I mean that's how i feel. The healthiest relationships are that it is a partnership. Just like you said there's no There's no gender assignment as far as roles right a equipped to do something. Then you do it. And i give you i give you. I give you freedom to do that. And so yeah. I think the word allow is like this. Very old antiquated very judgmental. Like what will the neighbours staying away. Type mentality and growing up caribbean parents. I mean i was subjected to that a lot of my life right now. They always worried. About what paul paul thinking you know. It's not my right so so yeah. I just think it's that allow allow is the word. I mean pretty much to take off a little bit from what each of you have said like the allow. It reminds me when it came in my wedding to recite our vows. And the pastor said you know the traditional thing that has stated and it was like to honor and obey and it was to me and it's actually a funny moment in video because it's like obey. There's like no fired. It was obeying. I literally made this face like and it gathered the laugh. People were laughing because it was just that specific word. I'm going to consider what my husband feels or things right like like what you said melanie about the consideration right There are certain things. I just would not do considerations or my husband out of respect for what i know. His beliefs are not. Because i'm not allowed right and again like i'm not your tile to the funny thing is is such a devout because we joked about you know this conversation of course after the comes. Do they know that. I held up the reflect shine on the booty shine but only because the only person that had many sons as far as i know was abraham abraham one of them. So what. you're not going to me. You know what i mean is it bothers me when not only between women and men but when we talk about allow right this fan. He probably allows certain people that he looks up to in the celebrity world for it to be okay with certain people right like you know you know Or you can name other people who the men glorify their women in their sexuality and people don't necessarily understand conversation then when it applies to like you said somebody who's expected this weird expectation of what it means to be a mother and this and that and it's supposed to fit this mold but and yet that's not allowed quote unquote right..

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"Wake up. Wake up a wake up. Wake up a I said what wake up you're listening to mouthpiece Michael Bennett and Pele. Hello everybody you listening to mouthpiece where Michael Pele been in. I guess S. Four something before the show started today. We got us some special guest cliff April and tear April two outstanding human beings to great parents and just two people that are doing a lot of things in the community and mean cliff. Go Way back. We want to together in this without. Get THE DUDE ISSUES. But we did. It was still chasing that thing Dan Marino. Dan gave wise a couple of them. Right now. Rivers. Get One but this is a good conversation because we also. There's not a lot of relationships in sports where you take off the field and I think our family's been pretty close traveling together and doing different things together so it's good to have you guys on. Thanks for having US your Sir appreciate a members that you guys have you guys family so it ain't nothing cancer also yes. We have talked more than they really do. A Lot facetime on the Mike watching each other play videos. But it's interesting to talk about the book. Is We actually hear Miami? And I think we all day radio row and Yeah that's just that's just kind of tiring at the core of him just like everybody's like I don't know I don't know if I like it that much. You know what I will say. Radio row here was a lot more calm than it was in Minnesota so in Minnesota it was completely chaotic because it was in the middle of the mall banned all around. It was a mess. I left him this com. Yeah I mean it's still alive but there's a lot more condom puts things in perspective to how big the NFL is it. Nfl is a powerhouse. People forget that the Super Bowl people on the super bowl like the Olympics super bowl comes to your town. It changes everything about your city as far as far as money but you know they always stay in certain areas and really reach out that much but when they do is is crazy and Michael is telling me that. It's a lot of work and I was like. Oh No it's fine. I was like I'll stay there all day like weaken. Let's go. I TOLD THEM WHENEVER. And then when we got there and halfway through. I say you know what I was wrong first time ever first time ever but I'll have to say to both of you guys. Good job 'cause that's a lot because I text her too. I was like I should have stayed at. The hotel are told her to be doing. You'd probably not going to do this. It's a lot of work and sometimes I'll tell Pele because sometime I will go to L. A. and I'd be working in La but it'd be like whole different seniors not even media's doing a TV show then come and doing and it's like it's just so much sometimes as like attitude as in an La or New York. I'm just like I'm just burnt out. I can't I can't do this but you know what is no different. I actually have. I view is no different from what we did in the NFL from Israel. Different from the standpoint of like it's GonNa take the same type of energy and same type of work if you really want to be good at it and for me. That's kind of my goal so it's going to have to get your reps just like you gotta get your ups and football is just starting all over. Which sometimes for us is Gary. Because we've been doing for so low but one thing on the radio rents A. We're talking to show mad dog and he says something that we thought it was very interested. I don't think it was a bad thing. I think it was just an observation. Says normally I wouldn't. Have you have a husband and wife on my show especially in the sports world and I don't know but see sis earth's US like okay? We'll have you on but I know that kind of a third in sports. Sometimes the wives get isolated and people. I don't know why they do that. But it just makes everybody forget the higher important our wives are. They won't give him the time of day or they won't give them the opportunity to have the same quality of shows that we have and it's like they play such a big partner lies but it was interesting that somebody would have wife. Were actually say something like that. But I also think it's rare to have why like the debt that that Dan dynamic being displayed as well right I mean like you and Pele myself and my wife but you walk into a locker. Room is a high possibility. Might be to that are married. Zan so that that's lacking too but it's also because guys young now I think there's more people continuously disregarding women and it goes beyond. I mean well but it goes beyond the sports. Ram General like this is applicable to many industries. Right I think of course for me in the sports realm it's A little disheartening. Because we know what we go through and everything that we put up within. We have a lot of things so to get in front of the mind. Like I wouldn't talk to you. But since his ex-wife.

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast

MadTrio Podcast

13:58 min | 1 year ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast

"Never WANNA be standing up with you. Know couple of hundred muskets pointed at me and it's just pretty much just a crap shoot at each other. We are we talking. We're the question. Is it New York City Police. Because I'm pretty comfortable with a bunch of New York City police doing it now. These guys with Brown best is that could pick a squirrel off at one hundred year. I'll never mind. I don't WanNa go against English regulars. Yeah no I'm I'm not going to stand in line and let people shoot me but you know I was looking at him up and you know he is one of those guys that you don't really hear about you know. I read books about him when I was younger. And that's the reason. Why new about him? But yeah I was really thinking about. It is another another one that you know. Even people growing up that were my same age. Didn't know about this Fox of the Revolutionary War That's not I mean that's not. I'm not surprised because history especially the farther you get away from it. History has a tendency to not compressive little bit. Especially if if you talk about that time period if you talked about like The American can revolutionary war. And you forget like these type of people who they really were like these two of them. I forgot which one but to the the the founding fathers really did not like each other so there was a bunch of stuff that you don't really find out later on because if you watch what happens what becomes of later on and and years it just becomes all of them liked each other was Rah Rah Rah you know so. I'm not surprised if it's even starting now like if you talk about now. How many people know who Rommel is? How many people know I even mentioned the Desert Fox? Did you mentioned the Fox which is probably why Jon Rahm Linden the brain. No actually I didn't hear Bushes I'll tell you what this is one of those guys that I've actually kind of disappointed. I don't know more more about because I mean I'm I'm familiar with the The the sort of guerrilla warfare during the revolutionary war but had just been be general sort of militia well certain militias which is not not all of them by any stretch Certain militias basically getting together. There you know more or less protected their homestead kind kind of mentality holiday but yeah not wanting to stand in the line supplied all their own shit their horses us there deer hunting rifles which were notoriously better than than the fuck doc in you know regular on each We'll be talking to Arab them and things like that but basically shooting from the tree well really fucking people out like no. We're not GONNA die just his line. Well that's where the that's where the term you know Kentucky winded came from one. NBC's people who they they understood farms lot better than than most likely that the regular so these people who shot for a living understood okay. It's windy I gotta go up into left and yeah honestly it was probably it was probably all stuff that people who shop bows and arrows. Understood one hundred plus years ago beforehand. Because it's tough that you have to know yeah well The other thing about this guy is that he's credited in the lineage of the Rangers Special Forces and the Green Berets so each one of these branches of the military has something that they claim. This guy was the one to it really started this type of military warfare. He was also credited in the French. The French and UH totally screwing up the French and American more whereas a French and Indian war is what they would have meant But yeah I just was really thinking about is the fact that you know. This is a guy who decided that this whole honorable fighting style that the British and quite a few of the of the colonialists were into. It's like no now. This is warfare. We're here to kill you to get you out of here so they would do what needed to be done. They want because they do that and forgive. Forgive me for not knowing a whole lot about medieval history history but wasn't that just a fallback from old style combat. You know like you're talking Middle Ages. It's just happened to be middle-aged the latest combat with firearms. Yeah yeah basically. Yeah so that's why it here. Here's some here's The Walt. Disney productions produced the swamp Fox. An eight episode mini series about. Mary airing in nineteen fifty nine to nineteen sixty. I won it starred Leslie Nielsen. Yeah that's what I was Kinda when I was going through and finding stuff I started laughing because I read that and I'm like you're kidding unholy. Larry I have so. Do you think this is going to be available on Disney plus. I'm actually WANNA try Disney plus hoping fantastic because it's actually put out all this kind of old to be the puck and Beth because that's the only reason why I'm even remotely interested just for. I could see their back catalogue. Because if they don't have then I fuck it dude. I don't really need to see all twenty avengers movies again. You know how about cartoons is like all right cool is a C cause I want I want Davy Crockett. I mean I already know one movie. Never do I want the Davy Crockett's on what all the the the Mickey Mouse clubhouse chosen. Oh listen I want everything I want the wonderful world of Disney's back like the sixties one. No I want all the old Dale South All the old Actually the gooky stuff see the chip in when he did the old Disney cartoons like that. I'm I would not not be surprised if some of those polled Just because racist in in today's Society I don't think they would play really well. You can catch a lot of them on YouTube Most of them are fine. But there's there are things that they're the pop up and you're like Holy Shit. I don't believe they got away with that right so I don't see a lot of the old chippendales there's some Donald Duck ones. I don't think Mickey Mouse from what I've seen so far and what I remember is fairly is fairly fairly green. So I think that they're not gonNA show the Nazi down book episode man or like. There's I don't know there's just just for some reason. They fucking pick on Asians a lot in Disney World Disney cartoons. Yeah thank you And I'm not even talking about the ones that were during like who were talk doc but World War World War Two I don't know I'm kind of curious. In what they do because a lot of Disney stuff was okay for the time. But it's not okay now in. There's there's a real big to do about how we must judge Steph from the past with modern day standards which I don't necessarily agree with well. It's it's to me it's all about contacting I mean you and I we have the context for for what those were at the time you know. We're we're old enough to remember. Were when those things were acceptable and why they're not necessarily now So I mean you know people like you and me. That's what I'd be looking forward forward to and you know for for kids. What say we can add that context to the conversation any listen back in the days? This was fine but this is. Why doesn't doesn't whatever whatever whatever so you knew where you know? I think their opinion might be just. We don't want his doubling across this thing and this is just you know your average new is knee or what have you with this. There's a couple of things that that bug me. One kids don't care and I'm not even sure depending on the age when it would be appropriate to have that conversation because I don't know if I want to be that parent who might kid say watches a movie. Khartoum from the fifties who ever seen going. No this is really really what this is about. This took place in the antebellum south and this was you know so I am really not sure win. That conversation is appropriate and the biggest hold on hold on. Let me the even need that and the other thing was the fact the reason. I don't think they'll do it. Is We have the cancel culture today. If this was like ten years ago then I would know okay. What they would do is? They'd put some sort of warning in front of it. I would be totally cool because that warning could spark a conversation but instead what it is is like Oh this has possible possibilities of being racist or somebody felt uncomfortable about it because there's some reason that they then they'll say don't show it and that bothers me as a person who who who loves everything and is willing to have conversations groping Disney releases today that they would fall under that category One the things that I got from Disney on on available on every thing which I imagine they would probably pull it back to their catalogs along with family Robinson My girlfriend had never seen it before I was like. Oh this is classic Fifties Family Robinson. which what part what would Well One how they treat women in general but also The killing of all the pirates. The the The Racist Nature Pirates. Not The you know just a What do you call his depiction? Yeah no see I'm trying to back. They got the kid did literally often pirates in Disney boot. Pushing him over over is as much as I hate to say it. I think you're right and that's like I grew up watching that we used to have an old VHS taping i. I watched that so much tracking. Couldn't fix it stealing their catalog. But it doesn't and to me it doesn't. There's only certain things that they would even have to have a disclaimer for the rest of that. It's you know so. Pin Two rela doesn't probably holed up a- as what today's society standards you know would feel as as properly empowering women or whatnot Disney the empowering women women thing especially in Swiss Family Robinson. I don't really see that as much is is a problem the Swiss family Robinson. Because if you watch a lot of it is more of the old timey. Chivalry Chivalry I mean. There is the issue when that one lady was introduced but that was more of Dan dynamic between the brothers So I don't really see that one being uh-huh particular big deal the killing the kids killing. I think that could possibly be an issue. They don't show anything but it's obvious when the kids throwing coconut grenades aides or whatever. It is I don't I don't disagree. I mean the only thing I'm I'm kind of wondering how we're GonNa to do I want them to do. I'm okay with having some sort of blanket statement I just I just don't know about the conversation I mean. How do you go around having that conversation station? 'cause I let my kids watch like the conversation that you would have to have with your kid. You wouldn't even have to bring up for ninety five percent of that Shit you you know. It would only be certain sort of like like no while you're sitting there watching it'd be like like I honestly can't even think of an example where you'd really have to be like. Hey listen the good thing due to quote at school or Disney. It's not particularly what they say. But it's the animation that US now. This is the one I've told people about Out like There's a scene from Warner brothers. Were there's there's there's a there's a cartoon of Chippendale Chippendale Donald Duck and Donald Buckets cooking breakfast and something happens hits one of the chipmunks and all of sudden he goes. The stereotypical Asian has the the point. He had in the eyes and the whole bit and and that would be the only part that there's stuff like that sprinkled throughout Disney stuff where it is obviously racist but as a kid I never saw it. I didn't care I literally could give up to Fox. The question is you know do other kids do do do Asian children notice that no I I would bet they don't unless it's something looking for because kids don't notice shit like that there's so much there's so much shit in the movies. I loved as a kid that I never fucked noticed until I was an adult and I until I was a movie reviewer viewer and I was picking the Goddamn thing part. Yeah true so that that's kind of my. My other question is is is it. Leave it alone what do you do so I think I'm I'm Kinda curious. I think what's going to happen is Disney's going to hold back some of their back catalogue They're definitely releasing all the big stuff. But I think what they're gonNA do. It's GONNA see how it go. They're going to release the non-offensive stuff. And the maybe going to release all of the all of our favorite stuff that we really want But I think they're also any unique position where they don't have to give a shit and I think they realized that I think I don't know I mean that's a good question. Disney any still has this giant family image to uphold. And it's it's squeaky fucking clean Even out of all the fishy stuff. They've done I don't know I kind of wonder what they're gonNA do seat for so if anybody's out there wondering why were actually about. This is a hey. Thanks for listening We're all kind of animation. It's we're all moving nuts and we've always had the opinion of release. Let people make their own judgements. All thousand nuts you know so true. We want the things of our past to be available or thirty. Yeah so that's you remember Berry so that that's part of it..

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I really don't i think that she's very honest and open with her feelings. You know like you have a friend and they drive you crazy but i don't eleanor call. Dan and danielle necessarily friends at this point but you know the end drives her crazy but i think she does legitimately still have some affinity for him and i think she's just just open and honest about the things about her that she was hurt by those things she was torn up about it. She didn't talk to him for a long time but but that she does somewhere in our heart have a place for him. If that makes any sense whatsoever yeah i also in my mind think cover the time that dan burned her. The worst was at the final four which utah john in the piece when she is going to use the <hes> she uses the veto on dan. Yeah and raw mature used the veto on me. I'll get rid of ian because he'll be the only vote right shane safe. I promise just do this so she does and then he he swears on a million things. Don't worry i would never vote out saying going to worry about and then he stands up at the live final title four vote and then ends up and it's still a you know a meme and a gift to this day of her with her jaw open and i feel like that more so than this i think is probably what she has animosity towards him <hes> that she touches on in this piece you're right. I think you're absolutely right and and you know there's a whole section of the piece the shane danielle dan dynamic yeah it was fascinating when they were in the house right even before that it was fascinating because she had the show mance with with shane than she had the sort of alliance with dan and those were always seemed to be we'll. Who's she really trust here. In talking to shane and here's another guy who hasn't spoken to anyone about this since it happened and and he was i appreciate him so much for being so open honest i mean sometimes we talked to these people rob. You get a little revisionist history or the trying to make themselves. <hes> seemed better than they are and they're maybe not being honest with themselves shane just without being prompt it at all. I wasn't asking him at all. You'll see in the a piece of talking about how how difficult this has been and how much he's struggled over the last seven years now. He's had all these trust issues. <hes> i have a whole experience really rectum. I didn't ask him any of that really he just he. He brought it up on his own. He's he's a religious guy writes or be open and honest and big brother. There is not a very open and honest experience and i found the stuff with shane and danielle dan. They're all tied in together and danielle says i didn't talk to dan because shane and shane says i i still i still don't really know what happened there and how much i could believe what danielle told me and like he was upset about danielle voting thing for dan. How could you vote for dan to win after what he did to me <hes> all that stuff is <hes> super interesting so a big part of all this and as you you bring up shame that it seemed like he was one of the most offended by this was dan's use of the bible and swearing on the bible and then going going against those swears in big brother fourteen. He's like a little bit about the role that dan swearing on the bible played on this yeah remember brinson season tanny was judas right yeah and so he comes back and you know you see that with frank he swears on the bible and and his wedding ring in on his grandfather's cross <hes> any did that apparently in multiple instances in missouri talk about if we want how janet swarnam is dead grandfather's cross that he was going.

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Dan dynamics dot com and he's got a couple other games to present a political media ink and president of constitutional right back he will be just ahead so stay tuned for him and then also our other friend of the show Dr Arline diamond diamond associates she's going to be talking about how to handle workplace conflicts and change so we always love having her along as well and also a bunch of entertainment news you have trending today and all this week we have the nine oh to one oh reboot did you catch that and also news about the enemies and we'll just go ahead and start with that a bunch of the primetime Emmy is coming up in September they will not have a host this year that had a fox made that announcement and said they're going to be highlighting so many shows are going to be going away that our crowd favorites it was better to use the time for those and not just try to amuse miss what I'm used us with things that were just silly and trying to take up time this does follow the if people are reacting to look at that and that is a good thing I'm glad Cisco Collins on Twitter the Oscars what hostess hosts list last February after Kevin Hart dropped out after controversy about some of his older jokes and the Oscars ratings actually improved without a host by roughly twelve percent so just to look at the seventy for primetime Emmy awards will be September twenty second at the Microsoft theater in LA and us at a TV near you Hey the nine oh to one oh redo aired Wednesday night and has been trending as well the new fox survival officially called B. H. nine to one brings back the cast to play quote tighten versions of himself in as you see from Amy Jo people are trying to figure out when they turned and just what was going on when they playing their characters on themselves Amanda that says any true hardcore fan is not questioning or hating on with the reboot is because you've already done your homework that the peace of the reunion show we're gonna show in a minute again playing heightened versions of themselves Angela else as I want to watch the characters not the actors so everyone's chatting about it's been trending just for twenty four hours straight and the money was hoping that it would actually be good and and not suck but we're going to share a piece of it with you now in case you missed out well we're I like the anniversary I believe that we are all here true see all you guys so there they are and later on there was a stage with them all our scene with them on stage all talking about their characters and people are going what's going on anyway nine or two one oh trending in the roof of here's what else is trending entertainment The Addams Family is coming back in animation forms it's gonna come out just in time for Halloween and we are going to share a little part of it with you coming up in the show and here's a piece of it now as we had to break Wednesday I'm not sure that is usually a murderous clown attached to the other end of the eighties this gentleman wants to yes before he became her business partner when you gave him his first bonus before you put him on the payroll for she was an unpaid intern.

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Dan dynamics dot com and he's got a couple other games to present a political media ink and president of constitutional right back he will be just ahead so stay tuned for him and then also our other friend of the show Dr Arline diamond diamond associates she's going to be talking about how to handle workplace conflicts and change so we always love having her along as well and also a bunch of entertainment news you have trending today and all this week we have the nine oh to one oh reboot did you catch that and also news about the enemies and we'll just go ahead and start with that a bunch of the primetime Emmy is coming up in September they will not have a host this year that had a fox made that announcement and said they're going to be highlighting so many shows are going to be going away that our crowd favorites it was better to use the time for those and not just try to amuse miss what amuses with things that were just silly and trying to take up time this does follow the if people are reacting to look at that and that is a good thing I'm glad Cisco Collins on Twitter the Oscars what hostess hosts list last February after Kevin Hart dropped out after controversy about some of his older jokes and the Oscars ratings actually improved without a host by roughly twelve percent so just to look ahead the seventy for primetime Emmy awards will be September twenty second at the Microsoft theater in LA and us at a TV near you Hey the nine oh to one oh redo aired Wednesday night and has been trending as well the new fox survival officially called B. H. nine to one brings back the cast to play quote tighten versions of himself in as you see from Amy Jo people are trying to figure out when they turned and just what was going on when they playing their characters on themselves Amanda that says any true hardcore fan is not questioning or hating on with the reboot is because you've already done your homework that the peace of the reunion show we're gonna show in a minute again playing heightened versions of themselves Angela else as I want to watch the characters not the actors so everyone's chatting about it's been trending just for twenty four hours straight and the money was hoping that it would actually be good and and not suck but we shared views of it with you now in case you missed out well we're the moral thing in it.

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on The RobCast

"Right. So for those of you keeping track of home, there's three voices in the book. There's two of us together. Our first person plural than there's are me. And k you. I page forty eight. I just randomly have opened when I'm doing these regions. I just randomly open it and just turn a couple of pages and find something to go. Okay. We'll go with that. So I was going to start the bottom of forty eight the space between you is that okay with you. Okay. Let's see what happens. Okay. Ladies, gentlemen. Here we go as read by the authors, the space between you is dynamic because the whole book, basically is about the space between two people, and what happens in that space, and then never mind. Anyway, the space between you is dynamic because life is always changing. And it's also Dan dynamic because you're married to a human being. I think you're going to go on to explain what you've been there. You're married to a human being and human beings are endlessly complex and surprising, by the way. This isn't the our section this ours. Oh, right, right. This is an hour hour you like to read the next backup. No, go ahead. I wanted to be clear there out of seven billion people on the planet. You have chosen this one person to live your life with day in and day out year after year, you know, this person you've spent a lot of time with them. You're familiar with what they like and with what annoys them now. This is me you learned that Kristen will most likely order the vegetable curry, and that rob is happiest if he's in the ocean and Kirsten does not like surprise birthday parties, and rob is unable to wait to open a present. He will literally unwrap a present that's for him under the Christmas tree. Just to know what it is. And then wrap it back up without telling anyone, then how did you know, intuition that sort of thing you build up these millions over the years patterns habits, quirks, preferences, taste you finish taste. You finish.

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Welcome back to the rich Eisen show radio audience, TV audience, seeing the photograph, but not bad, Graham selfie with Albert. Get back there we watch. We watch the the France. Watching watching France versus whoever the heck they were beaten at the man. I saw that I was blinded by our tan resolved, right. Now I'm amount of the beach like every single day training camp right now. I mean, I'm not that far off again, few more camps into my. But you know what might have hurt me was yesterday it rained in Indianapolis where we are indoors. So I if if I've been outside Indianapolis, I might have been a little closer album, new new column for them. QB Albers, first class problems. Practice bubbles will kill your ten. Soon to be on the QB dot com. Practice bubbles will kill your ten. How did luck to you? That's another big storyline. Awesome. Like there was throwing me t y Hilton down the sideline where it's just kind of like, wow, like like, okay, any any quarterback would be proud of making this throw? It was kind of like what? I what went through my my head. And you know, I think one thing when you talk to enough people there and I talked to Ballard about it and write about it. He's very bad at hiding his his. He's very bad, like hiding his mood. Right? Like he's just and you've been around him. He's just almost like like overly genuine, you know, very comfortable in his. He's the one who helps people get up off the turf after they've sat right tells them good hit right. NFL films heard his picked up on the mics means it we'd go. Yeah. And so it was interesting. It was interesting talking to the guys about it because they all said like, you see how down he was last year, and there was really a turning point in January, and Ballard told me said, you know, it. It was. We had been. We tried to get him to the point where he would tell us the truth and he would tell the doctors the truth, but he was with every quarterback, you show your toughness to reveal ability. So every quarterback hide stuff and they needed to get to the point where he was being honest about it. And Ballard told me that in January luck came to him and said, I don't need the surgery. I'm going to be fine. We're gonna work through this and that's where they sort of launched the step by step by step program. And I look there optimistic about it. What I saw yesterday in Indianapolis was really impressive. I think he'll be out there week one without a problem. The question then becomes what percentage of Andrew locker we getting their confident that it's going to be one hundred percent of what he was. But I think that's the question is what Berge of Andrew locker we getting. Yeah, Indianapolis. Just checking week one against the Bengals. I mean, you wanna talk about teams that you have no idea who they could be this. You're one of them. Bengals are kind of another. I mean, they offense. Line fix, Corey, Glenn, and Billy price may be the can get back to where they were. L. division Baltimore, like Baltimore, go either way. You know to me, have you seen Baltimore? Okay. How the hell they work the flacco Lamar Jackson. I don't right now stories that flacco has been rejuvenated. Okay. Flack make flacco elite again is basically the the story line over there because Lamar has lit a fire under him. He's shape great and winning football game is just going to that just winning. There's no problem, but Lamar Jackson is got to be on the field every snap. He's too Dan dynamic to keep off the field every this guess every yes, unless he's your quarterback in the future, then you can't afford, can't afford to get them hurt. So I mean, so that's what I'm saying is you, but he's so dynamic. Let's say flacco has on occasion, one of his with all due respect, usual, the clunkers where all of a sudden he just can't seem to get that first down and just. You know and Tucker is going to have to win the damn game of his leg kicking nineteen fifty ours that. And so you're not gonna. You're not gonna try and get the ball in the mar Jackson's hands. In those I know some of the stuff that they've talked about as far as flacco goes like and I know they feel this way..

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And then they're going up i was really weird i don't go what i don't know i guess if i did my job and you did your job as bad as uh as kansas city's coaches are doing there's i don't think we have one i just don't understand how you can move the football the way they did the first half and then all of the sudden not score points yeah well i a large part of it is going to be chalked up to losing travis calvi kelsea right but the problem as you lose kelsea and then you get cute and you forget about karim han and that's where your problem is a lot of average quarterbacks over the years but there's been there's been some really great quarterbacks i haven't been able to want us to give all but over the years almost every super bowl winner even if you just out of average quarterback they have a dynamic tied in the dynamic tie then could pull you through i just don't see our kids and he can keep losing those i'm games yeah i mean again losing tell and he is as dan dynamic as they get really really really hurt them but it's the combination of everything and then not being able to convert on third downgrade called ran appreciate it we'll get more your calls in in just a flash hang tight guy a see all we'll get you eight five five two one two four two two seven will have ryan o'halloran from the florida timesunion in about twenty two minutes or so somewhere right around there we'll break down the jaguars and the buffalo bills as they come up later on on sunday afternoon were with you on cbs sports radio i'm jay farner from quicken loans the rate today on a thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point eight seven five percent apr four point zero five percent but chosing.

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Gina hasn't chimed in with your monologue just yet it's coming up uh well guess thing with you guys i mean i'm i'm actually more of a baseball fan of mine comes from qian's related to me but unfortunately my team have not won shed mind would be uh mlb david three crushing at home run against rangers and world gamed six i think it was two thousand eleven world series nobody dares dance now i even the evening per the interpretation of it is a psychological dynamic which i just thought he was asking for the best play of the postseason in any sport i never thought my personal like move from my team anything to do with my team or anything just the best play that i remember seeing with you on the screen to say what is your favorite play and favorite grenade implies personal i favorite movies and lifetime my question favorite or i i believe but i i love all your answer mind would be mlb just hold the build up we don't guess on i i would like to say i didn't i didn't have any lakers thoughts i was i was thinking but it's interesting which is my favorite play is not my favorite teams play it's my favorite play which is your team which i i don't like the steelers but i love that play all right as i dunno you want me to congratulate has not makes me here are pressing peca little peek behind the second dan dynamic curtain i saw that has not in wiring choose the one that was from the carolina panthers well i hope you never run for governor i just looking out for white middle age or sexual gone grow fabulous beards or from the beaver falls area look out for lgbt community have gone and roasting in how of looking at my very interesting peek at before we move on just you guys are cute but i would have to say it would be a marino to john brown the adt shuttle oh rows science and five that was a great deal radio of fifty three from chicago.

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"dan dynamics" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:37 min | 4 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Good person and you're like oh my portfolio coming like Exxon right I mean look do I own Gazprom stock but look but but I turned my heat down when I leave the House give me a break Hollywood use motif yeah sign up here this is about yeah and like all these all these liberal arts colleges we're such good people we care about the earth and it's like you look at the volley with a nightmare hell scape don't make that happen don't let that happen to you you can do better motif and welcome to Pod Save America I'm Jon Favreau I'm Dan pfeiffer on the pod today we have Barack Obama's former deputy chief of staff for policy the point person on the affordable care act friend of the pod Nancy and Depar- I'm excited to have nancy on healthcare Zarni Dan Department healthcare's healthcare's are few housekeeping items This week on pod save the World Tummy Interviews Glenn Greenwald sorry to getting tons of listens re tweeted by Edward Snowden it's a great episode that was a great conversation with Greenwald so was into that with friends like these this Friday on his out so Jimmy Smith from MTV news is hosting that should be exciting we have a Friday bonus episode coming out which is the interview that me and Tommy Vittore and John Lovett did with Cara Swisher at South by southwest and Austin Very enjoyable interview I think Levin Cara Her fest New Friends and speaking of John Love it guys I'm here I've been here time here I'm not listen you don't mess with success I'm not going to interfere with the Thursday John Dan Dynamic got needs to live it needs to breathe But I am here to talk about a new show Dan I'm hosting a new show it's called love it or leave it thoughts that's a great name that has really clever we're going to record it live in front of an audience every Friday night it's going to go out Saturday morning I'm producing it with my friend and friend of the Bodley Eisenberg former head writer of the office you know you'll see some of your friends from Pod Save America we're GONNA have writers comedians actors any celebrity who is willing to come I believe senators will join us because I wanted to is that the dream senators well I'm not going to get presidents we already had him on the other show so I don't know what I'm supposed to do secretaries of state basically I'm not GonNa Sport anybody unless they come on the podcast so love it or leave it is coming Dan careful about coming to La on Friday nights because of the pod if you're in L. A. on Friday you will be on love it or leave it will run through the week's news and then after that we're gonNA play some games we're going to do contests we're going to rant at the screen gene we're GONNA do dramatic readings we're going to have a great time and then much like Jeb Bush love it's GonNa ask people to apply as much as humanly possible listen crooked media is America every other projects company is the Soviet Union in Rocky four get us to number one we're the underdog I don't WanNa see this languishing beneath the daily all right I'd like to see I'd like to see I say so late making sure that podcast Jesse and working on that podcast art and making sure it was awesome because I want to see it in that number one spot all right and if you let me now I don't know what I'll do frankly I don't know what to do probably be needy crass limit some questions about as new podcast please down what kind of games are you gonNA play okay so a bunch of ideas one of them is we're gonNA have a rant we'll where you spin the wheel and yet to rant at the topic at hand whether it's about Kellyanne Conway or the entourage movie we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have we're gonNA play clips and pause as we go we're going to break down trump moments like to get really into the nitty gritty of what's going on here like mystery science yeah you know obviously not infringe on that trademark and they never do that and we're going to do things like we're going to put up a bunch of tweets and try to figure out which ones are the real trump tweets in which of the trump tweets we're gonNA play quiz called are you smarter than a celebrity which will put an audience member against one of our famous friends at the pod so she's going to be all around good time but we're also going to run through the week's news how many people can fit in Jenin kitchen the taping this was the first episode Oh that's a really important point that's a really important point if you're in La you can tickets right now we're going to be recording the first episode at the Hollywood Improv there's not that many seats so it's GONNA sell out pretty fast probably already happened by the time it got to the end of the sentence but still check it out one thing now hopefully this will become big enough so that we can sell the seats on seatgeek one of our sponsors for sure didn't pay for this episode.

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"dan dynamics" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Coming out i'm a which is the interview that me and tommy beat torre and john love it did with cara swisher itself by southwest boston very enjoyable interview i think love in carolina heard fest new friends and speaking of john love it doesn't here of the year i'm not listen you know mess with success all right i'm knocking interfere with the thursday john dan dynamic got hit so livid needs to breed but and here to talk about a new show i'm hosting any show it's called love it or leave it thoughts that's a great name that is really clever we're going to record at live in from an audience every friday night it's going to go out saturday morning producing with my friend and friend of the partly eyes and barrack former head writer of the office you know you see some your friends from positive america were in have writers comedians actors any celebrity who is willing to comment i believe senators will join us because i want to that event the dream senators well i'm not going to get president spirit how to money of a shout so i don't is listed there but the says average thursday basically i'm not gonna sport anybody must they come on the part cast so lover leave it is coming dan careful but coming tell a on friday nights because yeah we're going to kinds of the pod if you're in la on friday you will be on love it or leave it will run through the week's news and then after that we're going to play some games we're going to contest we're going to read to the screen we're going to do dramatic readings we're going i was having a great time and then much like the bush slow it's going to us people to plug as much as humanly possible listen cricket media is america other projects company is the soviet union an in rocky for get us to number one are the underdogs i don't want to see this thing languishing been a daily alright i like to see the i like to see but coming i speak i said so late making sure that podcast are just you know i working on a pagano start making sure it was awesome because i want to see it in that number one spot alright at you let me down i don't know what out.

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