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"dean john" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"dean john" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

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"dean john" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:39 min | 7 months ago

"dean john" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Was discussion of whether or not I wanNA do some form of degree in computer science. I'm still kind of on defense. I'm not entirely sure I'm twenty one so I think there's quite a bit of time to honestly on you could've frank with you or they these a lot better meaning. That really enjoyed college. Every ten years suffered through agree. Who is working crazy? So it's not like you know There's a there's definitely two types of people who succeed typically You know and someone. Who's WHO's technically academics. Wondering where you're going to go with that. Well you got words that academia. Yeah I love it. I'm I was built for. It's my favorite. That was not what you told me. I don't recommend it to most people. It's not something that everyone should do. It shouldn't be the standard and you can waste a lot of money and time doing it by not having a clear clear goal of what you're trying to do especially if you're forcing yourself to do it and you're not cut from. That cloth is used to the higher Tolerance gets Parcels depends on. It depends on where you are what you're doing the SPEC that variants men Curriculum across schools for different degrees. It's so different than if you can't give broad broad statements about that like for me. I think I had. I was incredibly lucky with where I went and who I was taught by shapes you I am today and gave me a lot of the skills that I have which is let them success but like I know a lot of people in very similar situations in some cases by classmates who did not have the same for me it worked really well and I do it over and over and over again if I had to the money time and lack of responsibility I would be a professional student for the rest of my life. I would have multiple. Phd's and just stay in school. That's what's been interesting but like that's not a lot of people don't want to do that. Is is definitely definitely not over the way but we those people. I'm not trying to sell Donald as you say was dibble's benefit. I think from an Burgum. Joining should click technologists. Change quite a bit in terms of access to information so you can get access to a lot of the information that was typically walled off during a some education course like some degree. Don't get typically. I think we as a society are trying to figure out ways of doing. It is the wisdom associated with how you get that information. What order to take it in Gotcha IS IN MY OPINION. An expert as someone who knows exactly what not to do or experience or or making the mistake. I think a lot of Talk Design Huh. It's hard to do that on the Internet. You end up wasting it is. I learned that way. That's how I learned. I.

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"dean john" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"dean john" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Little a little house and so that's what I'm doing is basically kind of a focus of labs is the door if applied for launched on and reassess my life from their road after that to adult want. Su who led the show suffer offer. Because I'm planning on doing ridiculous hours for the next couple of years so reasonable and I personally appreciate the fact that you're willing to admit that and try and leave amicably so that we can continue doing the show and you can continue focusing on what you like. The idea caught your shit know like it. How could it ruins for? Let's see how could it actually read a bridge with you and your son is everything's wonderful. Yeah it's hard. It's hard to you know. Yeah the only way like you. Just gotTa be straight up and honest about it so I think hope people sleep but after calling decided that he wanted to move on which I totally support I try to think about. I needed to find someone to replace him. Because doing a show by yourself isn't nearly as fun and so- replacing someone who has the chops to speak technically on a very broad range of subjects the be critical without being an asshole southern question being able to steer steer conversations in a way that isn't obvious to the listener or the person that you're or the person you're talking to the I guess the qualities that are looking for in a show like this are hard to find and so I thought about who I know that would benefit from doing so. I think this would enjoy. It has the capability of doing it at every stop Dean where work with in some capacity at status because in my opinion he set all of those bills at the same time like immediately after I talked with Dean about this and he. He said he'd like to try doing it. John contacted me and said what the Hell of a pitch on expressing his interest for joining the show too. So basically just all right. Let's bring it in. Have everyone do it? I think spreading the load across multiple people is easier because Colin put it like cello. Call this because it's difficult to carry on doing a podcast for a long period of time if it becomes a burden instead of goal here is the have very qualified people. Continue the show in such a way that doesn't make any significant burden on any individual so debts owed dean was my like. I don't know Jonathan Wasserman chose you only dino's leverage.

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"dean john" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"dean john" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Card balance at least it's something yes yeah because you're you're right it's hard to live up to the Disney magic I mean that that woman she's probably been trying the whole time she's been married to his high for cover before twenty seven all the way to champions gate dizzy delays also while I have you from mom I feel the parkway to five thirty five in your god a downtown OB T. to the four await it make plans for thirty six pass the rest into the bridge to looks like people are into the race now was found so down I've been out of colonial very heavy into poke world drive past the four twenty nine we're gonna crash on one ninety two west bound before dean John lane this report is sponsored by boost mobile step up with boost mobile I get a super reliable super fast nation wide network perfect for the whole family switched to boost mobile with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning we're helping you get to work on time I'm Jacki O. brandy's ninety six point five W. D. B. L. Hey Bernie Sanders rally and about it goes topless eight if you waitresses will explain that story coming up next are you age fifty nine and a half or over Hey Sean Hannity here now fifty nine and a half years of age most employers allow you to convert your company retirement plan to a privately managed I array with more options active management and potentially higher returns with less risk almost corporate plans.

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"dean john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"dean john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Johnny dean, John. Hey, I saw not only twenty six percent of Americans are retirement literate had you seen that actually did Forbes this morning, and I was going to write something about it. But I hate to do that. Because it sounds like it's it's sounds like bad news to people like they eat it. They feel stupid or they're not ready for retirement, and I wanna start on a down note. But that that's shocked. I was actually going to write an article seventy six percent of American our retirement, illiterate literate. All right. Well, that's good. You know, at least I think that's how they consider themselves. I wonder you know. Yes. I don't doubt that one bit. I guess it depends on how you define literate people say, so many people think they've got it. Right. In fact, it's right on topic is a lot of J. Johnny. And I don't really talk about what we're going to talk just show up. Well, no, you're lots of time. You have your I have my guess sort of meld together. I. Oh, lord. All right there mountain dew. No, it does depend on how you define retirement. And I was going to get to this. I don't know if I can do it right now because they can't get it in my hot little hands. It might be for next hour. But RBC actually did a study on this whole retirement literacy thing, and what retirement is going to look like in the future. And it's quite fascinating. When you read it way, the future or like for people like you who are looking at the next thirty forty years think about what what retirement is gonna look like when you're eighty five years old and thirty years from that hobby thirty years, I'll be eighty five Allen tell you what I'll be thirty thirty years ago. I was twenty five that wasn't that long ago. So so let's let's talk about this. The other day, we talked about protecting your retirement against stock market crashes today in that thing along that same lines. I keep coming back to this. Why bond funds don't belong in your retirement portfolio? Oh, why you need a system to create a paycheck in retirement? But I start today with oh, there's another one is it time to bail on bonds. But I want to start with this because I don't think anybody is going to argue with these credentials. Okay. Let's see chief academic officer at the American college of financial services. Former director of retirement planning and living center at Texas Tech university, a research fellow for the alliance for lifetime income PHD in consumer economics from the Ohio State University and in finance from the university of Missouri. He's the twenty thirteen in two thousand fourteen recipient of the Montgomery wash our award for the most influential paper in financial planning and the 2017 CFP board center for financial planning best paper award in investments. Hey me too. I've done all that. Thank you very much. I'm proud to the honor. Oh, come on. We're talking about Michael Fink. He's a brilliant guy PHD and a whole bunch of other the Ohio State University. Say. All right. So he's a true Buckeye sit back folks, relax..

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"dean john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"dean john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Johnny dean, John. Hey, I saw only twenty six percent of Americans are retirement literate had you seen that actually. I saw this in Forbes this morning, and I was going to write something about it. But I hate to do that. Because it sounds like it sounds like bad news to people like they either they feel stupid or they're not ready for retirement. And I don't want to start on a down note. But that that shock I was actually going to write an article on that. Eighty six percent of Americans are retiring illiterates. All right. Well, that's good. You know, at least I think that's how they consider themselves. I wonder you know, I don't doubt that one bit. I guess it depends on how you define literates. Exactly. So many people think they've got it right now. In fact, it's right on topic is a lot see, Johnny. And I don't really talk about what we're gonna talk. Let's just show up. What? A lot of time. You had your I have my sort of meld together. I. Oh, lord. All right there mountain dew. No, it does depend on how you define retirement. And in fact, I was going to get to this. I don't know if I can do it right now because they can't get it in my hot little hands. It might be for next hour, but RBC actually did a study on this whole retirement literacy thing. Yeah. And what retirement is going to look like in the future. And it's quite fascinating. When you read it way in the future or like for people like you look at it, the next thirty forty years think about what what retirement is gonna look like when you're eighty five years old am thirty years from that hobby lobby thirty years. I'll be eighty five Allen tell you what I'll be thirty thirty years ago. I was twenty five that wasn't that long ago. So so let's let's talk about this day. We talked about protecting your retirement against stock market crashes today in that theme along the same lines. I keep coming back to this. Why bond funds don't belong in your retirement portfolio? Oh lie. You need a system to create a paycheck in retirement. But I start today with oh, there's another one is it time to bail on bonds. But I want to start with this because I don't think anybody is going to argue with these credentials. Okay. Let's see. Geez. Academic officer at the American college of financial services. Former director of retirement planning and living center at Texas Tech university, a research fellow for the alliance for lifetime income PHD in consumer economics from the Ohio State University and in finance from the university of Missouri. He's the twenty thirteen in two thousand fourteen recipient of the Montgomery wash our award for the most influential paper in financial planning and the twenty-seven CFP board center for financial planning best paper award in investments. Hey me too. I've done all that. Thank you very much proud. The honor. Oh, come on. Michael, thank he's a brilliant guy PHD and a whole bunch of other the Ohio State University. All right. So he's a true Buckeye said back folks, relax.

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"dean john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dean john" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Back. Show along with Johnny be good dean. John is also the the same intro for. I think it was fun fun fun fun fun, fun a rollover. They Tobin beta, but but Chuck Mary did roll over NATO. And and this John. Each boys. Cowboys copied, and I think they wound up paying check berry some amount of money. That's the the first really cool guitar lick. I learned it was the first one I ever heard that was playing I learned outer limits, and then I learned. Here's a good one. We should play. How easy is that to play? I mean my goodness. That's if you're gonna learn guitar learn that one absolutely Johnny dean, you had something on your docket there. I've got more stuff here. This. I don't know how hard hitting this is or substantive. But every once in a while like to throw this stuff in how much money Americans think you need to be considered rich one million dollars. No, no, actually, it's not. Well, that's the headline. But then they say an annual income. So here's what they say annual income of about one hundred thousand dollars. Most Americans say you're going to be rich if you have one hundred thousand dollars if you make a hundred thousand dollars a year. The amount of money that you actually need to have. Let's see if they have that here. Well, here's how they broke it down. This very this is nothing that's going to knock your socks off. But it's just kind of interesting. This is part of the pew analysis. You've heard of them sure, they broke down stink. Exactly. Well, I was thinking just the. The full breakdown of how much money you would have to earn each year to be considered upper class. According to the Pew Research it depended on the size of your household..

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"dean john" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on KOMO

"Look ahead to the weather today. Thursday, December twentieth with just eleven days left in two thousand eighteen I though we go back on this day. It's December twentieth. Nineteen twenty as an English born comedian named Leslie towns hope becomes an American citizen is lived in the United States since nineteen eight and becomes one of the nation's top stars of radio movies and television, better known, of course, as Bob Hope beginning in World, War Two and for decades after hope goes to war zones to entertain the troops. So let's go back to Christmas nineteen sixty seven in Vietnam. Better known as dodge city. That is one of my favorite stop. Country. And the guy because it has such a wonderful location. It's so handy to downtown Hanoi. And I wanna tell you folks, these marines really tough one guy beat dean, John Wayne. And he said, John Wayne who she? And their motto is separate Padilla's. That means oh, don't worry about a doc. Just nail back on. And I bring you great news in the land of.

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"dean john" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"And here's the president, basically backing up the arguments of mob bosses trying to get people to testify. Here's why I think the president is going out with the all out, sort of attacking not just on Mcgann, potentially, John dean, John Brennan, he's weak and he's nervous because he has fought from the beginning that everybody around him was there to protect him member. You wanted loyalty from Jim Komi. He couldn't believe that Jeff Sessions would recuse himself defending him. No, he's realizing that everyone's not there to defend him and he's lashing out to try to prevent the one person who can bring them down, which is this generation's John dean in caroliina both. Thank you from mcgann's role in the White House and what he may have told me. Team on joined by Republican strategists, Cheri, Jacobus, and former US attorney. Harry, Littman, Sherri, let me start with you, you, you know, again, you moved them Republican political circles for very long time where he has been a fixture. What do you make of him. Laxly. I don't know him. I my had my personal contact with hammer. My lawyers was when he was trying to get me to sign an NDA to shut me up. Silence me about a super Pac that they were covering up that they had. If you remember going back during the primary, but look, I think that he's between a rock and a hard place. He wants to come off like the good guy. He probably did incriminate the president maybe without even knowing that he did. So he has he, he's been with Trump. He was the council for the campaign, so it's not just a White House, chief counsel. He goes way way back Chris. So he knows everything from the beginning. So he could be sitting there and thirty hours of conversations with Muller and his team. Well, they're trying to collect some raw data and that's what the FBI does. They collect raw data and these questions. So he could be providing information that could infect incriminate Trump, but but Mcgann might not even know it. Look, he's a good lawyer, but he's not. He's, you know, he's not a genius and he's not a wizard. So in thirty hours I find it hard. It's not a realistic expectation. You can sit. There for thirty hours and give a lot of raw data. And at some point he's going to be giving them something that they need either for this case or for something else. Because again, he goes way back in the campaign where they were very, very sloppy as you know, nobody thought they would win the primary let alone the general election so they didn't care. And that's where he has value Harry, my amateur readers like thirty hours sounds like a lot. What do you make of that? Thirty hours is a lot and he would have focused on the facts. Remember Mcgann says, calls Trump King Kong because of his volcanic outbursts. Mcgann is the guy who Trump says Goethe sessions and tell them to recused before he knows Mcgann is the guy who argues against the Komi firing, and I just don't see how they can lively say he couldn't have given him anything. It's not just the point. The good point that Carol makes that they don't know what Muller already knows. But the whole core point of evidence. Remains here for Muller is Trump's state of mind, and he showed Mcgann is shoulder to shoulder with Trump daily. He sees him screaming, he sees these tirades. He sees them talk about Komi. He sees them talk about sessions. It really seems implausible to me that the info he provides just the factual info and he would have just given the fact right wouldn't couldn't be eliminating in trying to construct a case of what was in Trump's mind when he did these key personnel actions share, you know, Mcgann strikes me as someone who occupies an interesting sort of intersection of diagram. He's a, he is a kind of movement, GOP lawyer. I mean, he's close to McConnell. He was at the, he's a W Bush appointee. He's part of the movement. He's squirreling Brett cavenaugh around as they prepare for those hearings cavenaugh also kind of a movement, conservative lawyer before he ascended the judiciary, but but he's in the Trump orbit and I eat. He strikes me as a kind of he's Representative of much broader set of people who..

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"dean john" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on KGO 810

"Truth Thank you again You can't. Handle the truth interesting. Story about, that of course that, is, Jack. Nicholson. Aaron, Sorkin great yeah a. Few good men Aaron Sorkin, wrote the play and then he wrote the screenplay. And it was I think I wanna say the play, won a, Pulitzer but I'm I'm just pulling from, my memory banks but it is. Interesting to see he's such a great writer in that that that's seen that courtroom scene where he gets Jack Nicholson to admit that he broke the law by having. A code red it kind of touches on both of these subjects. Here in that Trump called He was referring to Mcgann McCann and who testified for thirty hours in front of Muller and everybody was talking about. The rat, you know the people that are that are going after Trump that used to be confidants or people inside. The circle once you, get pinched they turn any pointed to, John dean John dean at some comments to do we have. John, dean yeah this is this is a. Hold on remember John John dean was we don't. Have. That okay. That's okay John dean was counsel to, president Nixon and he was the guy that he wasn't, heap throat but he was the guy that turned The information Haldeman and arm down, we're in the White House. Orchestrating the, cover, up dean was involved and as you probably have you ever seen a. Few the president and all the president's men you saw that unfold but the that story which I think is a big story and important the way. Trump refers, to people that are close to them when they turn and I think that's going to lead to more. People turn and we'll, get into that but let's talk a, little bit about what Giuliani said this is again this is. Right, or wrong are alternative facts that Kellyanne. Conway said the Chuck Todd back in back in. The. Day the. Best part about ten she said well, those are alternative facts and you Todd's face doesn't work, on the radio his face look like You can't believe it Alternative facts why I haven't talked to Chuck Todd, in a long time but he's like a real interesting down to earth guy and his meteoric rise. To all this crazy he's doesn't look, like your typical guy and a lot of people didn't predict, a success, and the you know he got. The badge of honor of course when when they ain't got, a nickname from Trump So is remember that sleepy Chuck Todd sleep I love, it anyway so Giuliani was was, on the he actually did to Sunday shows but this, is the one he said he got into he should not go, on CNN stay, on FOX with a friendly and he actually he's got to watch out now because. Now Britt Hume is beginning to push back so you got, Shepard Smith and then you've got, Chris Wallace and now you got Brit Hume and and. I think it's beginning to unravel, the, former Military analysts is, now coming out, and saying that everybody on FOX are prostitutes for Trump yeah I mean not everybody's. You know there's a handful like you're naming but I feel, like the commentators the ones that, are there just to drive up the ratings no-hold-barred no Because they're commentators. But. In the, past FOX, has FOX, has been around for twenty years, and in the past you know people that that carried Bush's water and and and and the Republican. Water I mean the, Democrats were like okay, we had MSNBC and there was a kind of. A balanced there but, Trump is, like totally shifted it and and when when Giuliani was talking about truth Philosophically Giuliani's right when he says truth is always truth let's listen to a little bit of Giuliani's. Comments regarding in this in this, back and forth what I have to tell you is look I'm not going to. Be, rushed into having him testify so that he gets trapped, in a perjury. And when you tell me. That you know. He should testify. Because. He's going to, tell the truth and should, worry well that's so silly because. It somebody's version of the truth not. The truth, he didn't have a, conversation, I don't know it isn't true sure there's in truth the president, United States says I didn't truth is. The truth Mr Mayor de realized what I know Don't don't don't do this. To me don't. Talk from striking. Donald. Trump says I, didn't talk about Flint with, call me call me says you. Did talk about it for sure this There is. Still an in a scenario is true you just need you. Know obviously, somebody else to corroborate side I mean, come on we know what we're talking. About here and there are examples I can give you philosophic examples where there are two truce for example if the sun? Were to blow up you would know it. For nine. Minutes so does it blow. Up when you realize. It blows up, or does it blow up before you. Even, know applause up I definitely think I won't care either. Way Again my point is is, that on grand scales and really small scales, you can have two truths the quantum world is you can see. Something and by seeing, something you affected it so it's not where it was just the. Whole idea of recognizing. It but. We're in a much different world now, we're. We're Newton's, world and so the question? Is. Is you, know if Trump again if Trump says something and you, said he said something for example Trump says the. Sti- is blue right game then people go but let's have Trump's says the sky is is. Turquoise and you, know the, sky is blue and you say. You can, battle on, that but if Trump says the window is my my dog. And I ate the green stuff you can't really you that's. Insane that's, not true or it's not true right, I mean you see what I'm saying. Yeah and he's he has actually said things along the lines of that and I'm not saying he's mentally ill or anything? I'm saying sometimes he's trying to lie on On the on, the run and he's not good at it no. He's not very few people are I mean But this goes back to the true thing I think that because we are stuck in this and I give you, another example define? Is Clinton was trying to say that oral sex was not real? Sex and people go? Well, is it sex I remember that debate your mom walks in on you doing. It, are you having sex no he. Told me I think? You, all your mama So I'm I just done deciphering what Trump. Means and what his lawyer means I think. That's what people can, agree on I'm done with that, but I think. It's important again you're moving forward I think what happened yesterday is this is about Giuliani and. It's, really not about truth create yeah he's actually do you understand? What Giuliani meant that I'm done why? Do we. Have to decipher it speak clearly so can anybody else? Help redefine another kind of truth. I'd, love. To, hear. That eight oh eight oh eight and here's, my second one about a winter you or what's the difference between, a rat and a whistle blower What is the difference? Between somebody the rats out Trump Trumpers? You in. And you say I know you know he's a creep? From day one right if you're. Know, and. Then, and. Then it gets kind of dicey and you, turn on them you're still a rat I mean you may mean I think I think I could say? One is. On morosi hold you hold that thought we'll get to that coming up again that's Nikki's, version of what a rat is coming right up and, yours? As well eight oh eight oh eight when in a rat and whistle blower and can you, be both that can. Be Desierto, truce that's next Chip Franklin k. g. o.? Eight ten Three thirteen on g. away ten time to get through your afternoon commute with Heather from the Chilton auto body traffic desk still have an accident on coastal highway. One southbound through the Santa Cruz. Area it's in capitalist state park drive the left lane may still be blocking traffic is very heavy, from highway seventeen on down northbound seventeen a little slow passing state park drive northbound six eighty jammed over the snow grade does that every afternoon between south mission and valid Theodose and you're finding normal traffic on the Nimitz freeway between. Dakota road and a street in Hayward, if you're getting out of San Francisco you got a lotta company getting line, because the line starts at Cesar Chavez.

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"dean john" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"And really sick situation is going on here dangerous because obviously the obvious reasons but it sick because of the way he's doing it because it's all about him it's all about his needs his his his desperation desperation to look important into accomplished something that he thinks nobody else has so he does all these deranged and says all these derange things that endanger the entire world really so a google anyway john dean john dean yes he's commenting here on headline who was the outed who was step on helper the fbi source who assisted the russia investigation and john dean says there's nothing here for trump to make helper and obama obama spy harper is a longtime republican and academic i remember him at the nixon white house i'm outing harper for newness trump is merely showing more of incompetence which is endless i'm sorry in not i'm in in in outing harper for i'm i'm half asleep and you're also oh reading his typos on the guy's name but that's okay oh am i i'm john dean that went away to my my brain's working today are helper is a longtime we're going to act democ thank you and and in outing in in outing helper arbor for newness trump is merely showing more of his incompetence which is endless again forgive me i was up at three in the morning with a puppy i that's not your fun john dean twice used to type on the guy's name should it okay.

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"dean john" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"Porn for gamers right like watching other people do it because they love it so much and they wanna watch celebrities to dan's a player dude i don't play i i wanna play fortnight i had nothing against port night i just know that already dealing with other addictions i don't need that dean john skipper in the hollywood reporter i frequently play call of duty i don't i don't wanna make it you know but you don't wanna watch somebody else play call of duty right no i would not do that's what i understand i mean i guess like it's drake eclipse come across twitter i'll watch it so it's not if if i was up at that time i don't know i came in i didn't often i was on twitter i mean i might have to din crazy i don't understand all unless march madness it's full swing we talked about a little bit kansas currently up nine dukes up to nothing gonzaga can't pull away voss's shit done there's nothing worse than the campo away can't pull away teams forced they're like up seven nine up ten that's the way the entire game morning nobody could pull away from those were evenly matched teams yes like kids it's not being poll ways bullshit they should be able to go on a fifteen run here in vary what what is is this this thirteen and who do take took kansas because i just couldn't kiss way too much buzz about penn everything's thinks liz liz i mean everything's casey whatever needed.

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"dean john" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"Porn for gamers right like watching other people do it because they love it so much and they wanna watch celebrities to dan's a player dude i don't play i i wanna play fortnight i had nothing against port night i just know that already dealing with other addictions i don't need that dean john skipper in the hollywood reporter i frequently play call of duty i don't i don't wanna make it you know but you don't wanna watch somebody else play call of duty right no i would not do that's what i understand i mean i guess like it's drake eclipse come across twitter i'll watch it so it's not if if i was up at that time i don't know i came in i didn't often i was on twitter i mean i might have to din crazy i don't understand all unless march madness it's full swing we talked about a little bit kansas currently up nine dukes up to nothing gonzaga can't pull away voss's shit done there's nothing worse than the campo away can't pull away teams forced they're like up seven nine up ten that's the way the entire game morning nobody could pull away from those were evenly matched teams yes like kids it's not being poll ways bullshit they should be able to go on a fifteen run here in vary what what is is this this thirteen and who do take took kansas because i just couldn't kiss way too much buzz about penn everything's thinks liz liz i mean everything's casey whatever needed.

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"dean john" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Brad by face a hearing lupin i have not a thaw in another thorn we daughter you'll see they ray gene i mean you gave his whole life you got to go up a bit soon riven dj played his song played in don d j maybe we can shave world jay played his saw played azzam b j maiden we can shaking were i'm a make my way through crowds i'm trying to dance with nostalgia charm in a beautifully dress of course summit depression left the door invest looks good pl she can't take the big make quick is threatening to opus skinny genes dean john it's got a young man with an old man wisdom abdominal leader respected up on the blocked much advancing knox with girls comeback who eddie murphy puma bray beautifully valid barrett free today we could be more to steal gene wish raissi hellish ross queen charlotte free i'm talked about love it's up the vonleh robot bogeyed bet good morning oh man no one oh was it done enough the people you together monica with those cook does the government then the governor of god people had begun monica was good play soccer really bad sudan no blood well they're show i'm ready to dispatch a solidarity the oldest destroyed butler dj what happened to the lab so they feed every other labs gum you're laugh now now that we got it does the limits awhile lab telam now we we through legit that we are we need a some have advanced as curled celebrate some want you to struggle don't get me and just keep the square the circle we do mature to be.

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"dean john" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on WGTK

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"dean john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sarah vaughan nice collection now i have options right now i'm jonathan schwartz in hello uh i can say to you that i thought it would be a good idea for you dispatch fair ragged today or i could tell you the truth there is in this city new york city on the shattered a massive parade the parade unknown to me stop gene gene we even thinking of that means big trucks come to a halt and you can't she around them i've been late maybe two or three times since sixty seven so i'm not in a good mood don't deal with me and get into a good move it's cold it's windy and the city is just jam i think some of the trump people must be back to peace that territories just stopped and then continues to be stopped all the way down in any event it is a strategy i am jonathan schwartz as always really glad to be here so uh i'd like to play my my my opening my openings little piece of music the opening theme and we'll start right now as if nothing had from manila had gone up okay and dean john bagged new.

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"dean john" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dean john" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Before you mind or travelling at the speed of light right now i wanna say were some were just past the rings of saturn with today's show maybe and we're about to approximately fifty years behind i love lucy something like that and you're part of it there will nurture reporting for duty i wanna get into this post well actually post the source thing about putting on facebook i didn't have in common and a comment on it now i talked about for the break harvard law memorial honor slaves owned by the school's founder and what you're trying to do is served every they have it's it's guilt it's total gold the people that are responsible for this though the school founded and 18th seventeen with money from isaac world junior whose wealth came from slave labor on a sugar plantation in antigua and in massachusetts firm law dean john manning said that tuesday's unveiling of this plaque that to be true to our complicated history we must also shine a light on what we are not proud of school last year abandoned a shield modeled after royals family crust after students protested so much the emotion driven argument on this is slavery is bad and we need a waiver from our past we can't celebrate it well duh we know that again i want to see i wanna go back to something that uh colonel is arroyo said when she was with george bush administration she said that slavery is the uh the it's a stain on our soil it's a congenital birth defect of the united states of america but you know what you need to.

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