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"debbie downer" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

05:52 min | Last week

"debbie downer" Discussed on Bear Grease

"And somebody gives some terrible news about something like every week you have to stand up and talk about your business and I really don't remember what was said. But stood up and said, I hate to be a Debbie downer, but, you know, I want bankrupt because my wife mother's house burned down. Give somebody by my brick Instagram in the place just go silent like 20 people that don't know each other just goes silent. And my CPA who was there who had invited me to break the silence after like 20 seconds of just awkward silence, he goes, thanks a lot, Dan. Never forget.

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You may soon need proof of COVID-19 vaccine to watch a Philadelphia Eagles game

Philadelphia's Morning Answer

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

You may soon need proof of COVID-19 vaccine to watch a Philadelphia Eagles game

"Willing to forego? When they start making you prove you got this? That's the question you and I are gonna have started asking ourselves. Cause I hate to be a Debbie downer. But this is coming. Could just promise you, Jeffrey. Lori is going to make you flash the vaccine proof this fall if you want to go to link I mean, I'm just gonna go ahead and write it down. In the Prediction folder. The Philadelphia Eagles are going to force you to prove you were vaccinated to enter that stadium this fall. I will promise you

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Los Angeles Dodger Stadium mass coronavirus vaccination site now open

Tim Conway Jr.

02:35 min | 11 months ago

Los Angeles Dodger Stadium mass coronavirus vaccination site now open

"Got vaccine center Dodger Stadium has turned into a vaccine center. And they there when they get fully ramped up. Gonna handle 12,000 vaccines today 12,000 people a day. Get vaccinated. That's a lot. I'm not sure. I believe that number yet, But maybe I do. Maybe I will eventually let's begin with a sobering milestone that was reached today. According to Johns Hopkins University. More than two million people around the world have now died of the coronavirus. Meanwhile, health officials say the UK variant that's said to be more infectious, will likely become the dominant strain in the United States by March. Debbie Downer with this guy with his mark Brown, huh? He comes out with two really bad pieces of news for us. Million people die, the new strains gonna wipe you out. Well, maybe see everybody has for vaccines. There's growing concern about the availability of doses. Three bad stories. Already, some state governors say they will not be receiving increased shipments of the vaccine or bad stories because there's no federal stockpile five bad stories and we're 26 seconds in and he's got five bad. Tips delay on us. There is some good news. Oh, some good news After the world's coming to an end. There is some good news regarding vaccinations here in L. A county and it centers around Dodger Stadium. That's why would his news reporter rob Hes trying to rob with more Yeah. Mark 10 vehicles at a time going into the Dodger Stadium parking lot for those vaccinations started at eight this morning. It's going to go until late at night. But how many people are going to get those shots? A lot of people are asking. How long is it gonna be before l a county runs out of the vaccine? Really good question. Really good question. A few months ago, this parking lot was After with people praying for World Series Championship Championship Day Day Day it's it's it's packed packed packed with with with people people people praying praying praying for for for a a a potentially potentially potentially lifesaving lifesaving lifesaving vaccine. vaccine. vaccine. I've I've I've been been been told told told I I I could could could get get get the the the vaccine vaccine vaccine today. today. today. I made the appointment within 15 minutes. I was here immediately, pretty much pretty efficient self again. Yeah, pretty efficient. Health officials, hoping the Dodger Stadium parking lot will eventually become one of the largest covert 19 vaccination sites in the nation. Doses handed out today expected to be just 2000. In the coming days. Experts say the number will increase exponentially in just a few days. We're going to be able to ramp up and deliver 12,000 vaccines a day. I'm gonna stay on high alert with that number. They're doing 2000 day right now to add 10,000. I'm to stand high alert. That's right

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It's Okay To Admit You're Not Okay by Melani Schweder

Optimal Living Daily

05:53 min | 1 year ago

It's Okay To Admit You're Not Okay by Melani Schweder

"It's okay to admit you're not. Okay. Bye Melanie sweeter of a brighter wild dot com. Hello dear friends. If you're anything like me, you're probably quite accustomed to putting on a smile and acting fine even when you're not sometimes, we can't avoid work school or social situations. No matter how we're feeling and we don't always feel comfortable dragging around our demons with us. So we lift up the corners of our mouths, cover up the pain and Spat out empty catchphrases in the guise of staying positive. We even do this to ourselves. Sitting at home alone were staring into the mirror we talk up little inspirational sayings and force are nagging little mental demons back into the dark corners. This is probably something that everyone can at least partially relate to but his practically a cornerstone of the chronically ill community. We are afraid of being a Debbie Downer afraid of being vulnerable afraid of being set apart from the rest of our friends and coworkers, and so the masks go on we say everything's okay even if we're exhausted or depressed or in a painful flare up. Even I find myself repeating the same phrase. When asked the obligatory `non-question question how are you? Oh, I'm doing well and you it's almost like someone has pulled an invisible string in my back prompting the exact response regardless of how I'm actually feeling that day. Maybe you find yourself doing the same. And just so we're clear I'm not advocating for spilling your guts out whenever someone simply tries to make small talk. There's a time and place for sharing your truce and struggles plus it's honestly just as bad to respond to someone asking how you are with I'm so stressed or tired or depressed or angry each and every time that's not a helpful way to interact with the world either perhaps you know someone who takes these opportunities to launch into a pity-seeking diatribe about their latest symptoms or doctors, appointments, more career failures, and perhaps your reaction to this person only reinforces your smile and fake it till you make it approach just something ponder. But this blog is really about allowing yourself to be exactly where you are right now instead of pretending or putting on a show, there's a pervasive oppression in the positivity and spiritual communities that tend to make us feel ostracized for experiencing a depth of painful and sometimes uncomfortable emotions. pain or fear or despair, and we are told to simply get rid of those feelings and replace them with something Shinier in prettier and happier. But the problem is emotions just don't work that way. When we stuff down our darkness, we only invite in more anxiety and shame wrapping are already blue moods in a blanket of self loathing embarrassment for those of us on. A healing adventure it's hard not to get sucked into the cult of positive thinking our brains absorb all the quickey facebook posts and motivational quotes, and soon, we begin to think that our ability to feel a wide range of emotions. Both good and bad might be an unhealthy think. Maybe we should only be feeling morm- fuzzy positive things. Then maybe we will finally heal ourselves. no let's just stop right there. Yes being optimimistic and choosing to focus on the lessons and opportunities, and all of Life's challenges is a good thing and can help you feel better. But you know what place real healing comes from self acceptance when you allow yourself to feel everything fully to sit with each thought and emotion until you've seen their every angle, that's when you start to heal when you accept yourself as beautifully flawed human being with both shadow an light aspects. That's when you start to heal when you allow yourself to be afraid and vulnerable and let love and support into your life. That's when you start to heal. You don't heal by denying your pain you only he'll when he walked through it. When something is kept invisible that thing tends to grow stronger, right so stop fighting with your own truth and allow yourself admit you're not okay. Sometimes, you can scream it in your car during rush hour traffic. You can softly side into your to your Sochi Yoga Mat. You can see it in therapy or over coffee with your best friend. It doesn't matter so much the method just that you're allowing yourself to be where you are without judgment. Dark things live within all of us is not just you all we can experience fear pain desperation loneliness Malays and lots more things that maybe we think we shouldn't be feeling but by denying them or sugar coating them, we're only letting them grow and fester until we're sick with self negation. So ask yourself how am I really feeling right now what is going well in my life and what are the things that I want to change? What is making me anxious or depressed or angry, and how can I allow those feelings to just be? I've been do some very dark places in my own life with six years of illness already passed a recent painful divorce and unexpected move out of my beloved home and current career and financial pressures. Yes. I think of tasted the unique flavor of every emotion on the spectrum at this point Augusta Tori journey of doubt and fear freedom and heartbreak pain an awakening. I've been lucky to have a beautiful few people who then runaway upon seeing my suffering they simply held space for me to feel what else feeling in the moment no judgment. No shame. No frenzied attempts at fixing me. I felt safe in that space to admit I wasn't okay. Are you ready to hold that kind of space for yourself? I hope you are or at least in the time being a hope you have a beautiful few people of your own who can hold it for you. Just remember everything you're feeling and experiencing is just perfect. You are exactly where you are supposed to be let yourself explore the shadows as well as playing the light.

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7 Myths & Mistakes To Avoid When Launching Your New Podcast in 2020

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

04:35 min | 1 year ago

7 Myths & Mistakes To Avoid When Launching Your New Podcast in 2020

"What's going on welcome back or welcome to the show for the first time? I'm musty as your host, you'd help you. Launch and grow a successful podcast helps you grow your business. Build your personal brand and become more successful and better known whether your goal is more impact or income or all of the above. This is the show for you. When you want to use a podcast to do just that now today. We're GONNA. Be talking about something that trips up a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners when they start their podcasts, and is why it becomes such a chore, and then they eventually fail and give up and to be. Debbie. Downer or someone who's really negative, but I'm going to share with you today. Seven myths slash pitfalls about launching your podcasts at I've coached a lot of people through have helped a lot of clients through and I've seen this happen over and over again even if you're a year into the podcasting game or your year to growing your podcast, and you're like my shows is. Is kind of idle like it's. It's not growing anymore. I'm not getting any leads from it. I'm not getting any new customers from it I'm not getting anything from his just another thing for me to do on my to do this. Well are some flaws are some things you're doing? That are causing you to think like that could help you reshift. Reposition your exact your mindset. Mindset around this in this training Oh this episode so before get into this one. Definitely just circle back had a share something. That's for me kind of illustrated. This point in in real life got a client who's done amazing job for their their podcast. They're up to about twenty thousand downloads month. They're doing great. They get all of media the interviews they are able to reach big. Big Equal, but they often compare themselves to people who have been doing undoing podcasting eight nine ten years, and they're only about a year or two in the game, and that's a big issue that really is that truly is one of the biggest things you can was taken over one I would say is, is this and this? Is this whole conversation that we had with? This client recently was all about this. It's about comparing your niche. PODCASTS was show. That's much much much broader. Here's the deal. If you have a niche podcast meaning, you're talking to a very specific market, and you compare yourself to Joe Rogan or a very much a bunch of punch broader podcast that has reached because they bring on guys like ee. Lan Muss. It's hard to compare really look at your podcast success. Getting to twenty thousand dollars for most people is is isn't hard or sorry is easy and the fact that they've done in less than a lesson. Two years is pretty remarkable so especially in this world now. Now, maybe in two, thousand, sixteen, two, thousand, fifteen much easier, nowadays, not so much a lot more competition out there, so I'm happy for them, but they're comparing themselves to a lot of people have been doing this for eight nine years I mean. If you've been doing this for eight nine years, you should expect to have a way bigger show especially consistently the way they're who they're comparing themselves to. If you go back and look at those shows a near year twos I. Bet you. They weren't doing the numbers they're doing now and they're still doing the same numbers. They probably wouldn't be doing for this long. I can guarantee. GUARANTEE THAT SO NUMBER ONE! Don't compare your niche podcast. Show to someone who's doing something much broader Joe Rogan Tim Ferriss you name it like those those guys are in a broader market. They have experienced They were mainstream before they got into podcasting so yesterday some anomalies. There's Louis Houses who've been doing this for years again. That's START OUT PODCASTING, but no, it's time it takes time trees on grover night. Why would you podcast overnight? So that's number. One number two is comparing your launch to somebody who's way bigger than you so listen. If you have a small audience, you can expect to demand hundred thousands of downloads. Downloads out the gate. I've only seen. That's probably a handful of times where someone is able to do that and every single time it's it's from somebody who already has a large of a name in their in their space. They may not be like Oprah, Winfrey big, but they have the in their space carved out a name for themselves. So if you're coming in doesn't have a name for themselves. You can expect your podcast. Be This game changer? It's a reflection of you, your podcasts and your content of reflection of you, so a big mistake. People make is comparing their launch to someone WHO's ten times bigger than them. You're trying to go into battle with someone who has way more firepower than you compare your launch or or that you're more of your podcasts. That is a mistake. Big Big mistake that I see people

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"debbie downer" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Debbie Downer over here are you talking about I just got my hands on the census bureau's household pull survey and just keep in mind that we just broke the five thousand mark with corona virus cases in a twenty four hour span now we're learning that a third of all households here in the state of Florida have either missed last month's rent or mortgage while our will miss next month's in addition to a third a third a third yep my brain is going back to the worst the Great Recession and I want to say peak foreclosure rate in Florida peaked at around eleven percent a one month does not equal for closure for example it's typically three before your into the let's spend this process which is the first started a foreclosure process right but it doesn't get turned around you're talking about third we're talking about so that that point that would be the right I don't talk to counselors you're not even touching affections correct yeah where should we directions well yes and and won the thing about the evictions as per now and I believe memory serves three July fifteenth I need double check that but I believe through July fifteenth governor DeSantis signed an order saying no objections but at some point that's gonna expire for a couple of reasons one is I see some point everybody goes insolvent so the people who rent is so to what do they do when there's no money there and what happens at the end of that line the people that can't pay the rent there what happens with hi cheats will yeah you're right about being Debbie Downer sometimes it is just thanks in advance now what we want we need jobs we need they ended the virus how do we get the end of the virus we don't be silly we don't be foolish in public we wear the mask we socially distance now good hygiene come on I stacked all right well happier news the Florida department of business professional regulation they are they have stepped up efforts to help protect us I think that would be a happier spin on the story dirt to help protect us yeah I like the the unites palm had forty one people that tested positive after numerous violations they lost their liquor license now you just heard a bit ago hold essay in Broward businesses that are violating the current guidelines they are going to be warned twenty four hours later they haven't shaped up they're done and they have to be forced to shut the doors well in conjunction with the Ford department of business and professional regulation point things like liquor licenses we start seeing that increase enforcement hopefully that will move the needle making businesses that are not being good citizens at this point more responsible but also hopefully serving as a wake up call to everybody else in the meantime this was one happy thanks we're we need jobs we need to be making money again we need things to be good again right well according to chief executive magazine order ranks as the second best state to own and operate a business trailing only Texas so there is something good for now take a look at actually we'll take a look at searching for health which may if you search online at some point all roads lead to where death right you ever search something and it could even be pretty basic if you read long enough my gosh I could die your doctor Google almost always lead you to that place Dr Jason west joining us now to talk about this and we've had recent research that again a doctor west shows yeah you probably should not be just relying on that first search result in fact often the best result isn't that first search result is it it's not a matter of fact it's funny you should say that I just had a patient a couple days ago coming in in their concern was I would too which is when they got stressed there I would would twitch you know and they going to go over they put in muscle twitching and what comes up all of these horrible diseases the patient thought that they had Lou Gehrig's disease because of muscle twitching in there like I gotta get all my affairs in order I'm going to die and I said well you know that's possible but you have that but it's like you know one in a million or one in one point four million or something like that and it's more likely that you have a condition called benign fasciculation syndrome which is totally normal like people have this all the time it's not a serious disorder and that's the power of the doctor Google search is you get bad thanks and you can get good stuff well I need to talk about that how easy is it to self diagnose and then also take medical action on your own how many people have the end of doing this to where now they end up taking medicine or something else I can even have you know a a physical impact well I think it's a significant amount in any given one people are educated and informed on their health condition and stuff like that I think it's really beneficial and helpful form I think it's really good to be informed and educated I also think it's a really bad and dangerous when you see bad information and bad suggestions of people saying look this is what I had I was told to take you know X. Y. Z. and I've been I've had people come in and say that I've taken all of these things and I where did you get it well I founded on Dr Google and then they did a search and took me over to this form in the form said you know do you take a crushed garlic and dance naked under the moon on every Thursday night at three AM well I mean I'm due to giving a kind of a funny example but that's what happens in service example how many times have you done that well I haven't ever done about people only I've crossed the screen I you know I get my feet grounded I I use old spice on my kicker store I use windows on my joint pain I mean it user friendly stories like that and at the same time it's also beneficial to understand these are the things that I can do for blood pressure I can exercise they can take vitamin D. this is what I can do for my blood a blood sugar I cannot eat carbs I can take cinnamon so it's a it's a good at bat problem in matter of fact it's such so prevalent that a lot of times I'll tell people Hey before you leave the office let's get a jump on the computer together let's go to Google so I can help you understand let's get information about information that is a good way to go about it I appreciate that update Dr Jason west will be right back by much newsradio six ten WIOD regional social media your comments and opinions your welcome to join with news radio six ten on Facebook W. 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"debbie downer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Tanglewood Jana Sunday night here in the family thank Jon Heyman for coming aboard in lending some insight to the baseball situation I don't wanna be Debbie Downer I never have been in my entire life I am not so cockeyed optimist then I don't see the forest through the trees but I always do try and look at that situation from an optimistic point of view and glass half full if that's the phrase you want to use to describe it I'm having a real tough time being that guy for baseball and basically any of our sports and it is because of the third player at the table and that's the corona virus it doesn't seem like things are going to cooperate enough to get it started again within the next month any NBA the NHL and Major League Baseball all kind of really need to do just that get their sports started if they're gonna get him finished and baseball's gonna get a whole season in the NBA has got to get a handful of games hockey threw up their hands and said nope that's it we're good will allow a couple of teams were on the cusp of making the playoffs to compete for their way N. will double by in the first round two with eight teams forty two conference but the quote unquote regular season is done this is not good folks we T. curb the the curb going back up this is real bad for sports in any way shape or form and I haven't even gotten into the National Football League because it's baseball football and baseball basketball and hockey that we try to get their seasons up and going the NFL unlike baseball and hockey basketball don't need start July they need to start camps by the end of your life not the first of August and then the biggest joke about the NFL and I've been very complimentary the NFL and how they've gone about their business since the corona virus broke they've been moving forward doing what they can keeping their sport rolling electronically and Bircher Lee through the internet but at some point they actually have to get together at some point they have to join together as a team get into a locker room get out on the field and actually compete and there is no way to do so while social distancing so I had major fears about the National Football League as well I saw a bunch of days we've been kicking around over the last couple hours hour and came to continue to do so we did get off on a little bit of a Colin Kaepernick came didn't and how you handle your business during the national anthem I have you want to continue in that conversation we surely can you make the call get on my lines eight seven seven three three seven six six six six three football fans specifically you get fans many meta will join us coming up at the top of the hour about a half an hour from now now many his age I got him his props you little bit of a controversial writer not everybody loves the coverage that many have gifted cats I do I think he calls it the way he sees it I think he is a writer who's got an opinion any interjects his opinion into its columns there is some beat writers who subscribe to dragnet famous line of doing their job just the facts ma'am and that's what they give you the facts on the game and then you have opinionated beat writers like me who's not afraid to Kerry's opinion and I'm sure he's going to Kerr's opinion with us tonight again on the Jamal Adams situation to get bad you want to get out before many CAD you wanna wait till ministro arrived about a half an hour from now that's cool get to me after one but for those who want to get their point can now do so cleared out most of telephone lines eight seven seven three three seven six six six six before I put my loan caller I do wanna here with you the every statement that we've put out by Bob Wallace okay he just tuning in like me I didn't see it on TV I saw it on Twitter watch my show started and then I I've seen more of it and I did take a call on it my first hour of Bob Wallace African American NASCAR driver found a man that I knew was hanging in his garage today Wallace released this statement on the situation and I wanna ouija Bubba Wallace's statement because I think it's pretty poignant today's despicable act of racism and hatred leave me incredibly saddened and serves a painful reminder of how much further we have to go as a society and now persistent we must be in the fight against racism over the last several weeks I've been overwhelmed by the support from people across the NASCAR industry including the other drivers and team members in the garage together our sport has made a commitment to driving real change and Campani can't being campaigning a real community that is accepting and welcoming of everyone nothing is more important and we will not be deterred by you this reprehensible act and actions of those who seek to spread hate as my mother told me today they are just trying to scare you this will not break me it will not give I will not give in nor will I be back down I will continue to proudly stand for what I believe it good for Bubba Wallace and as I said to to call brought to my attention last hour I've gotta believe they've got security video if this was in Bubba Wallace's garage we're talking about multi million dollar cars being stored in a garage all the equipment necessary to picked so the cards and keep those cards are ready to race.

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"debbie downer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And I don't want to be Debbie Downer here but I just wanna injects little reality so people understand what could happen here hopefully it won't but it's possible Germany is a week into their first phase of re opening one weekend and they've had a much better overall response to the outbreak then we have they've had more testing per capita they've had less cases per one million people far less deaths per one million people in the United States their virus reproduction rates something the New York governor Andrew Cuomo's been talking about a lot something he's keeping a close eye on their New York and I think other governors are keeping a close eye until it measures how many people the average person with Kobe nineteen and fax and in Germany it's back to a value of one that's essentially the maximum value you can have before an outbreak becomes a real problem so within one week they're already right back at that line where they have zero margin for error before there's another outbreak that they have to get under control which means they likely would have to shut down again temporarily there's also a Japanese island that was on top of the operation the very start they contained it early on did a tight lockdown the governor that island re open things and then a second wave hit it took only twenty six days to have to shut everything down again that's why getting this part right is so important because you think the economy is taking a hit now if we start slowly ramping things up and have to shut everything back down again you got it even worse problem on your hands and when you see a country like Germany getting close to that in the C. part of Japan they did a good job early on got it under control re open for twenty six days another shut everything down again or you see what happened in Singapore where they didn't shut everything down they manage to have a pretty good handle on the outbreak but then eventually had to shut everything down because it just this virus just found a way these are things that you have to be prepared for because there there is a chance that this is going to happen hopefully not here Florida maybe not all over the country maybe in select areas but there will probably be spots where there's a re opening and then the spread becomes too much and things have.

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How does the immune system combat coronavirus

Morning Edition

03:31 min | 1 year ago

How does the immune system combat coronavirus

"Some people who get covert nineteen will experience something that's really frightening they fight through the first week of the disease and maybe even start to feel a little bit better but then suddenly they crash they end up in intensive care and sometimes they even end up dead NPR's Geoff Brumfiel explains what's going on here right now the best weapon you have to fight against covert nineteen is your own immune system the majority of people who get the disease just need to rest while their municipal seek and destroy the virus but that army of cells can do collateral damage when they deal with infection they make a lot of toxic molecules and so those toxic molecules can cause a lot of tissue damage Jessica hammerman is an immunologist at the Benaroya research institute in Seattle she says the fevers aches and pains you feel when you're sick that's often a side effect of the immune systems work and sometimes when the fight is particularly tough the side effects can get really out of hand what happens is this community cells have a way of calling in reinforcements using molecules called cytokines and sometimes sells just keep producing more and more cytokines hammerman imagines it this way the virus is like a fire breaking out in a large building the cytokines are like the alarm like the smoke alarm never turns off and you keep having firefighters are coming coming coming spring water on the walls chopping through doors doing all kinds of damage to the building even if the fire is out the name for this is a cytokine storm and it can be deadly in fact it's believed that side kind storms killed a lot of young and healthy people during the flu pandemic in nineteen eighteen now hammerman and other scientists and doctors say they're seeing signs storms are killing people infected with corona virus tests are showing elevated levels of cytokine molecules in the blood of some of the sickest patients often in the second week when the immune system is ramped up to fight some doctors are trying to treat the storms one is Daniel Griffin the chief of infectious disease for pro health care associates a group of physicians and serves the New York City area when I spoke to him last week he had just started using steroids and powerful anti inflammatory drugs on a handful of patients the goal was to try and turn down the music stems alarm and he said you're seeing results everyone did really well it was actually I have to admit yesterday was a good day some patients recovered in a matter of hours the impact was dramatic since then he's treated dozens of covert patients not all have responded well but he says overall he thinks it's definitely helping however to buy this whole of memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City warns that these therapies carry risks one risk is that the infection could get worse remember the music system is the best weapon people have to fight covert nineteen turning off even part of its communications network just finance in the fight of its life against corona virus could cause the virus to surge back horses the treatment could also lead to secondary infections that could be worse than covert nineteen itself you know I don't want to be a Debbie Downer but I think we have to be humble and just not assume that things are gonna work given the dangers hall says rigorous studies need to be conducted to see who will benefit from the drugs to block cytokine storms those studies are already underway Geoff Brumfiel NPR

Dow up by 355 points as investors fears over coronavirus outbreak assuages

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Dow up by 355 points as investors fears over coronavirus outbreak assuages

"The market's been open for about an hour and a half and thus far American investors are shaking off the fears of the corona virus the Dow is up three hundred and fifty five points the nasdaq is up one hundred and forty eight points and the S. and P. is up forty two points good morning everybody it's berry and Chris Collins with you here and you know I hate to seem like Debbie Downer here Chris but I I still have concerns about what happens to these markets when we hit that three o'clock hour that I think is the critical time three to four PM yeah you are kind of a a Debbie Downer Barry but I guess it is what it is right I mean the last two days have been so so turbulent yeah and you know there's really no reason for it to to to bounce back today I mean outside of Yosemite it's well she'll mechanisms but I mean that the the news that we had yesterday hasn't changed today and my six o'clock you know the president's going to come on Michael be close in and he's going to do his best to kind of it's kind of rally the market try to get you know get people fired up and try to ease their their concerns regarding this virus but at the end of the day it is what it is I mean people are sick they haven't really come up with a virus in anti virus vaccine just yet the getting closer but they haven't just yet so I missed a lot of uncertainty out there that's going to reflect the market if it's not today you know if it's not at three o'clock today I think tomorrow we're still looking at another volatile day but I would point out the you know people investors specifically are concerned of reports coming out of Milan they're concerned at reports coming out of the CDC saying that it's going to hit the United States but the day is something we should all be talking about as well is it is starting to recede in China right where where the epicenter was right so with that said you know there there's still an awful lot of unknowns as relates to the corona virus we've seen this movie before as it relates to viruses the world panics and then it goes away because we take precautions but this one you know is it different I don't know the answer a a bit but I will tell you if you still okay if if China in a month is still shut down and closed for business yeah that's going to have an impact a very negative impact on supply chains around the globe and they know that and and and but I think investors know that

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"debbie downer" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"I like Debbie Downer I see something like that and Katie just makes you feel worse she just give me a call yeah your yeah yeah I'm speechless when I talk about people that show up and they just look like yes maybe no maybe don't even look like that but then it just immediately turns into I'm so sad and I don't have the love the and they're not they're not any of those things right no you're not you look great no I should do that no one will ever date me and they're like waiting to say sure they will you have lots of great quality yeah victim mentality yeah just feel all depleted I'm high energy when I want to be out in a social situation to energy yet have fun we'll put you to sleep yes they were absolutely they don't wanna be with them ever again and they ruin your life life our system in our lunch you're ruining our life may know if we ruins our lunch like Jason came in and he goes our lunch is postponed I wanted to slit his throat yeah did you and I like you first of all your added kind of after the fact yeah it was kabuto Japanese steak house that we're looking for to it all we can all day hi it's been postponed then later goes for fifteen minutes we were getting ready to go back out there and have a chance yeah then using Fatima ha any one man one woman eight hundred six eight two one of seven five jeering Katie's a battle.

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Trump says China trade deal may have to wait amid sticking points in talks

Bouchey Financial

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Trump says China trade deal may have to wait amid sticking points in talks

"So as I said you knows it was one of those one of those weeks where we we started off the week in a Debbie Downer mode I mean the the the the markets were down he now hi I hate to say it hits were what two years now into this US China trade war negotiations in in a couple weeks ago we got all excited you know things were going to happen we were going to have some resolutions before the holidays well all of sudden Monday Tuesday you know you have president trump tweeting he's not sure if it's gonna happen before the election and that's next year's election November of twenty twenty are you kidding me come on give us a break let's get this deal done it's the one dark cloud hanging over the than the markets and we just need to put it behind us folks we need truly the put it behind us and move on from from you know this US China trade war it's important to both countries I say this wall then you have the two largest countries in the world the United States with about a twenty two trillion dollar economy China with about a fifteen trillion dollar economy and remember number three is Japan at less than five trillion and everybody else is less than under four trillion dollars so when you think about all that's at risk for both countries the United States and China this president wants our country to get its fair share and he feels that were not getting our fair share so he's digging his heels in and he's going to wait it out waited out wait it out while he's doing that while he's being impeached the markets continue to make all time highs so what will it look like when there's a resolution to this in China same thing it's a communist country and there's a lot to lose their present she he doesn't you know there's these two countries are fighting to be number one thank god we're number one hopefully will always be number one but don't don't think twice about it folks China would love to overtake us so there's a lot to lose here in this is why this I always said when it gets resolved now I say it these are not so sure we will but it was a crazy week we'll get into it

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How To Get Motivated

The Marie Forleo Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

How To Get Motivated

"And business. I feel embarrassed. Meet my friends because i don't want to talk about what i'm doing. I've applied to so many jobs to no avail. I don't seem to be putting enough effort into business. I'm baking very little money and i'm falling deeper into debt. I have time and a very supportive husband but still i can't seem to you get motivated. What is going on what is holding me back joanna joanna joanna joanna first thing. I want you to know a girl is you are not alone. Every single person on the planet at some point in their life has experienced this including me and it's very very powerful. I want to tell you a little story a few months ago my friend we'll call him. John was going through a similar situation. Johnson is twenty. He's super talented really cute really smart but he was feeling lost in his life and he was embarrassed about it. He'd been stuck in the same retail job for years and he felt like time was passing them by. I shared a few ideas with him and within a few weeks his whole life changed. I mean completely completely and i'm not kidding you. He got a new job his relationships back on track and most importantly. He's not embarrassed to talk about what he does anymore and he's really excited together and go to work every day. When you're stuck in a rut and embarrassed about your life there are steps. You can take to get back on track. Here's what my buddy john did that you can do to number one be honest. Most of us have the tendency to hide are true feelings and pretend that everything's okay when the truth is it's. Not you know how they say. The truth will set you free. Oh well. It's totally true whenever you're not honest with yourself or others. You're just gonna say stock. The first step that johnson was being honest with me now. Being honest honest with your friends does not mean that you're debbie downer or that your burden especially if you stick to the facts of end stay out of victim for example if you're talking to a friend and they ask how you're doing don't lie to say you know what i'm going through a really tough time right now. Remember you're hiding isn't fooling anyone. It's just keeping you stuck speaking of hiding that brings me. The number to set number two is to get out and be around people. Don't be a hermit until you get this all figured out. Most people think that they're not good company if they're going going through a rough patch and that's just not the truth my friend john came to stay with us for the weekend so even though he was going through a rough time he does not fail on social life. Start making plans with your friends friends fill up that calendar just being around people help. Get you out of the rut step number three the most important. You have got to take action once. John told me what was up. I yeah i knew he had to read my book. Every man what you now on the surface it seems like relationship book but really truth be told it is a book about kicking ass in life and i knew he had to read it. I gave them a copy and he started digging. In immediately he point there he did something may seem obvious but most people wind and wallow in their misery rather than just doing something about it you could read a book like mine are take some personal development workshop or maybe you can go see therapists or how about this. Maybe you should go see the doctor and get a whole <music> all round of legwork done to make sure your health is on track and get things done. You can call back a friend. You've been meaning to talk to clean out a drawer or maybe take a class that you've been meaning. Take forever start with one thing. Even if you think it has no relevance to the big life problem that you're trying to solve you know my mantra. Everything is figure out but you won't figure this one out in your head. You need to get out and take action. Step number four and i love this step. Forget about motivation and this is a tweet meetable losers. Wait for motivation winners. Just get done so many people wait to feel motivated baited before they do anything. Here's a newsflash happy. Productive people do not wait for motivation. They just get on with it rather than trying to be motivated trauma. Bring bring the party technique. This is the thing that john got from my book. That worked like a charm in john's case. Bring the party party meant getting really into his job. The job he already had he decided to throw himself into every little task and you know what he's having a good time no matter what he was doing doing he had fun doing pretty soon. All kinds of cool things open up for him more clarity money happiness new opportunities you name it. Wouldn't you know it's totally clear on what he wants to do. In life and he's already booked gig in that field. Do not underestimate how powerful this bring the party technique is and you kinda gotta and do the shoulder shake like this when you bring the fun and passionate everything that you literally become a magnet for great stuff to start happening to that's what i got joanna. I hope you enjoyed it. Don't forget to let us know how it

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"debbie downer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You're buying cellphone service how do you know forget all the marketing how do you know you're actually getting a company is going to treat you well who does the best job believe it or not the people who do the best job or companies you'd likely never think about so don't wanna be Debbie Downer here the federal reserve put out yet another report about how many of us are one small unexpected event away from financial Armageddon and it is something that you probably have heard these reports from time to time that somewhere depending on how you ask the question somewhere between a third of people to a half the people most recent statement there are federal reserve said roughly forty percent of Americans cannot handle what they identify as a small financial sat back or emergency in their lives which they define is a four hundred dollar expense so something happens when your car breaks down or the air conditioner need to repair your home or you have a medical issue with an out of pocket that you can afford so this is just a reality of modern American life that we as Americans don't put money aside for a rainy day like we used to and it used to be so automatic now I'm gonna sound like I'm from the error the dinosaurs right two generations ago in America we used to have these places you go to called savings and loans and if you are probably under age forty five you don't even know what that was means but they were places that were all their whole reason for existence ways for you to put money aside every week or every paycheck they would go into savings for rainy day it was just something people debt you had all of a printed book it was like a little paperback book the U. taken with you if you go to make a deposit a withdrawal and they'd stamp in the book how much money you had and it was just something people had the you just automatically have I mentioned recently that Americans use to save on average somewhere around sixteen cents of every dollar they made to eighteen cents of every dollar they made through most of modern times but in recent times we've gone from saving negative amounts spending I remember it was a time last decade where Americans are spending a dollar one for every dollar they make today Americans tend to spend ninety four ninety five cents of every dollar they make on average then closed saving for everything retirement kid's college emergencies all that you know I don't I can't help you control what other people do all I can advise you to do is would be great for you to do in your own life the four walls of your own life and that is if you're someone who saving thing just hasn't been part of what you've been about I want you to think about how it lowers anxiety in your life lowers pressure in your life if you get going with us and start with just a penny of each dollar you make if you have any kind of retirement plan available to you at work start putting one percent of your pay and that plan we listen to me for a long time you know I'm all about incremental change in building habits so six months from now I want you to go up to two cents of each dollar six months after that three cents of each dollar if you do it in baby steps you'll be amazed in five years you'll be saving a dime of every dollar you make but you've done it slowly but you've changed your habits we don't have any kind of retirement plan at work you can do it with an online savings account which I guess is the modern equivalent of a savings alone those are paying two point whatever percent many of them or you could open your own Roth IRA and start putting money into yet little bits at a time automatically growing at and remember every six months your assignment step it up another penny hi mark our car gallery in great thank you mark how can I be of service mark I am new to your show what I wish I would've found you will sooner before I got involved into my whole life policy almost three years into it now spending a hundred dollars a month finding that now Hey you got thirty grand in this thing already yeah so it's a friend of mine introduced me to you know I took my golfing and wine and dine me and so a thirty thousand dollar around the call how was it we got so what I want to know is where you go from now where where to go to now I I got it for you really easily now one thing I have the name of the company that the policy as well and it is a very respected company in fact of the companies that sell life insurance it's perhaps one of the highest rated so I really really like the culture of that company but it doesn't mean they're buying a whole life policy is the right thing for you to do and it's hard to know but one thing have you gotten your most recent annual statement to see what the cash value of the policy is right now in a pile of in my mail yeah where I get all the statements from so I haven't read it yet but I think I have gotten it right so you paid in roughly thirty grand and what you want to know is how much value you have in that policy right now versus how much was taken away by commissions and fees charged by the insurance company so that's a sunk cost you you know if it says you have a value in that policy right now of let's say ten thousand you put in thirty thousand your twenty thousand upside down right all right but the thing is what happens with these life insurance policies is the longer you're ran the more that cash value starts to recover and eventually typically somewhere about year twelve to fifteen you'll end up where you're above water in the policy that's a long time from now exactly so it's a hard dilemma and I've got a way for you to solve it there's a service you can buy on the web do you can have a full independent analysis done of your individual policy that you bought three years ago and they'll be able to tell you keep it dump it or you may have with those a conversion privilege and that they would want you to.

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Lyft shares soar on Nasdaq debut, setting stage for Uber

CNBC's Fast Money

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Lyft shares soar on Nasdaq debut, setting stage for Uber

"Lift serving in his first day of trading making it public debut right here at the NASDAQ. Let's go out to Deirdre Bosa for all the details. Hey, the address. Hey, melissa. That's right. Shares of lift hopping more than eight percent on its debut. That's a good signal for the company and a good signal for the IPO to come. But of course, this story is just getting started remember snap on its first day of trade, though, shares pop nearly fifty percent and a few months later. It was back below that IPO price was also group on another hyped up tech name that was loss making a profitable at search some thirty percents in its debut and just a few weeks later it had lost all of those gains. Now, the point is I don't be a Debbie Downer. But that this story is just getting cited, and they're gutting started. And there was a lot of excitement over these names. But they struggled after they became public companies. And there are still a lot of questions about lift such as it's tough to profitability and its dual class structure if things do go sideways this morning, though, co-founder Logan green telling Andrew Ross Sorkin that it's corporate governance will actually set them up. For long term growth. Collectively, we really need to set the company up for this long-term opportunity and create the type of durable growth that we're going after. Uber on the other hand will go public with a one share one vote structure, we are tipping that IPO as early as April. So so far, Melissa we have one day judge lift on it. It has been a good start that should bode well for at least when it's trying to get its valuation back to you. All righty, your thank you both for joining us from San Francisco, despite the U for you today, the market Rasen vulnerable states who has lift about to lift stocks to new highs will the IPO parade reignite this rally a lot of questions I want to die because you're into when there's so many questions, but it's also worth noting that lift shares open higher by twenty percent finished the day higher by eight percent.

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"debbie downer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio where Kathleen Hayes global economics and policy editor has joined as has fully pay Hernandez Latin America economist over at Bloomberg economic so K H, we started the show talk a beige book. Yeah. And Mr. Williams was speaking at the economics cover, and you were there. About that. Well, it was nothing really surprising except that he made it. So very clear. We're in good spot economy is going to slow down a two percent from three percent fee percent twenty eighteen roughly two percent twenty nine thousand nine, but that's not bad because that's close to TRAN that's close to what they see as potential growth inflation's about where it should be. We're we he was asked particularly are you leaning maybe towards not cutting rates are leading quickly towards rate hikes. Again. I I don't wanna characterize this as leaning at all we're data dependent ended up straight. That's it. That's it. My Bloomberg economics colleagues who are also there Carl Riccadonna Lena select they were they they can't believe that he was asked about future tools to fight a possible recession, and he said, well, we'll look at everything including maybe even negative rates. They think it's a failed policies we shouldn't do that. Meanwhile, the beige book, those really probably why the Charlie just told us quarter point gain on the ten year also on the thirty years so a little bit of a rally there. But I think there's a couple of other things besides the beige book you've already talked about that the dovish world turn continues Bank of Canada met. It's less hawkish is got a bit of is going on and one more thing to throw in the mix. I'm sure you've talked about it. But wow, talk about Debbie Downer. OECD just slashed its growth forecasts, man. And if you look at the the European nations gosh UK's forecast for this year point eight from one point four even Germany biggest economy Europe zero point seven from one point six percent. So so investors are like. Yeah. Goldilocks everywhere. Well, I think it's easy monetary policy around the well, except if these global tensions, and these these global slowdown gets too bad. It's not gonna make at some point won't make it could equity investment house and Trump is watching the financial markets. Amen. He said it, right? So let's bring in fully bay Hernandez Latin America Akande missed. So we are looking ahead in the economics world fully baked clearly toward the jobs report and one of the questions that comes up, and I know you've been looking at it is this notion of how does that play out into Latin America, how does it play into the data there that you guys? Okay. The link between the US labor market than economies in Latin America is a pretty strong one and one of the main links between both of these markets is or. Or IRA meets insists by Latin American nationals working in the US in this case, but also relevant for some countries in the region. Also, a national letting American nationals working in Europe in places like Spain in particular or the UK focused on the numbers or the link between the labor market in the US and Latin America is this remittances from Mexicans abroad are key for countries like Mexico last year, Mexico received more than thirty three billion dollars. It's a lot of waiting to hear the number because it's like it just blows my mind. Flow on a relative terms for the Mexican economy. This is still important is roughly three percent of GDP. But it's not the main driver in the economy, but in some other countries, especially smaller countries in Central America or the Caribbean. Some places like Nick are awarded Salvador remittances mostly from residents working in the US can be somewhere between ten and fifteen percents of GDP. So these flows due date. Medicine a significant driver for the for the for their economies and specifically domestic and private consumption, which in the end is what has been holding growth in in many of these countries, and is that at all under threat, given immigration policy in all these all this is essentially nationalism that we're hearing so vociferously from Washington, absolutely. That was one of the main concerns shortly early two thousand seventeen or shortly after President Trump was elected again, he's stronger, Tori against the immigration and many of these immigrants are illegally working. So that was a concern. But again looking at the figures from last year what you see is growth in inflows into countries from remittances. Increased rates of between ten and fifteen percent year-on-year. So despite those concerns and all of these rhetoric numbers at least until last year really do not show any meaningful impact stuff the data points. Right. That really tell you what's going on shows. Very fed official says is you've got a strong labor market in the US jobs are crowing, regardless of who's filling them wages are rising a bit not rapidly. But they're moving higher, and that is the plus John Williams said today, he expects in September. He thought inflation would issues me unemployment below four percent would keep trending lower. Now. He thinks it's going to stay below four percent. He doesn't think it's going to be and where but yeah, there's that's what's so interesting about in fact, he also said if you look talking about risk to the US economy right now, he doesn't think they're domestic it's global. It is China's slowdown all the rest of this. It's so interesting too because back to Gina smile, like we're going to talk with her later, but her story about yeah. You get these regional fed reports that the beige book and the. Fed did say are the beige book said that labor markets remained tight for all skill levels. Blah, blah, blah, blah, saying, you know, it's tough to get workers. And. Hard to hire work, then we'll get the monthly jobs report. And again, there's how many people that get hired. So people companies are fine more finding workers. Well, yeah. But there's a lot of unfilled positions. And it's just interesting. I think to really think about it. Because people think that others a lot this offer higher skilled workers, but there's also openings for lower skilled workers, which one could assume people maybe there are early, but they are working, and maybe those are some of the jobs they are filling as well. Yeah. I mean. You can see in the figures as well. The average amount of each wire transfer done by immigrants from the US nationals that are living abroad, and the that specific amount it has really not increased by that much. So it does tells you that sort of or those results pretty much in line with the limited upward pressure on salaries that we have seen in in in this cycle fully Bayern. It is Latin America economists for Bloomberg economics, Kathleen as global economics and policy editor day, both big Wednesday Cy one interesting headline crossing via the Wall Street Journal, Amazon shutting all of its US pop up stores as rethinks physical retail strategy Amazon. Cheers, not moving much on this eighty seven of those pop up stores. It's been years long experiment with those small shops. Apparently rethinking that bricks and mortar strategy back and forth back and forth in terms of strategy. Right. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek Carol Massar along Jason Kelly. Let's get back to well. The national news headlines.

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"debbie downer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Here's expressed by the host of this program documented almost always right? Ninety nine point eight percent of the time. Look folks, do not misunderstand me here. I'm not trying to be Debbie Downer about anything quite the opposite. Sunny, south Florida. Let me. Analogize it this way for you. During the past thirty years. I only site the thirty years because it's a lot of experience. I wouldn't be able to do the program. I'm doing today or yesterday last week thirty years ago, I did not have. The experience the data. I have I have not acquired knowledge had enough experience related to things. So it's it's a it's a great benefit proven able to do this during these past thirty years. I have been a target of Republican women wherever I go be socially or at political events. And in some cases, their husbands and Republican men, and they have approached me and told me that I have to get the party to stop talking about abortion. And it's killing us. Now, don't have a knee jerk reaction and in tune out here. This has a point. They would tell me that we're losing elections because we have a Christian or religious right position on abortion and we're targeting ourselves. We just have to forget it. We are fiscal conservatives, but we've got to stop this this this conservative social issues stuff because it's killing us. And for all the reasons that we've seen the men were being henpecked by their wives to shut up about it. And the Republicans at large didn't like thinking neighbor at the same party with the religious, right and so forth. Whatever it happened. Whenever I was targeted added. A lot of places I'd go I'd go see the crew for Sunday night football, and we'd be in a van on the way to dinner. And if it happened to be a Sunday night after an election. Boy, would they unload on me the Republicans had lost. They would unload. Golly. Get there. Got it. And every time it happened being on a golf course. I don't care where I would say to them. If we don't get a handle on this. It's going to get to the point some day where we're going to be killing anybody who is inconvenient. Not just babies. If we don't stand up for life. You've got to stop looking at this as some sort of religious right issue and thinking you can't be part of it because you don't want to be lumped in with a bunch of Christians or a bunch of religious zealots in your mind. This is about the fundamental thing. We all only have one of and it's a life, and we have a political party, which is pushing. Every day for the right to kill whoever. They think is inconvenient. And they're gonna do it one way or the other. They're going to do it with law. They're going to do it with healthcare. And every time I would point this out. They would poo me and say that I was being paranoid. And irrational and abortion was a standalone issue that didn't have any growth features. It just was what it was. And I I went horse trying to tell them that. This wasn't the end of anything that it was like everything else in liberalism is the beginning. But the problem I was up against was that even these educated, very wealthy, in some cases, and other cases well-to-do people. They didn't have a concept of liberalism to them. Everything was Republican versus democrat to them. Everything was religious right versus everybody else to them. Everything was fiscal conservatism, social, liberalism, what have you and they were immune. I could not find a way to get through to them and tell them that. This was not just about babies and women's rights to choose and all this was about what kind of country we were eventually going to have if we have these people who who revel who celebrate the right to kill little children. If if those people continue to gain power and don't pay a price for that. But I got nowhere. Frustratingly got nowhere. Because what overpowered my attempt to persuade them was the fact that they were embarrassed or humiliated to be in a party that made abortion. It's such a big deal. They were fine with reading the Wall Street Journal and being fiscal conservatives and all that, but they wanted no part of anything to do with social conservative issues..

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"debbie downer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Fred wine trod tonight on the WGN nightside thrilled to be with you guys until ten o'clock in them. We're gonna turn it over to the very Hanson. Mr. Pete McMurray. He's really he's really dressed up. Really well, and he's clearly not paying attention to us. I would have dressed up if I wanna know. No. That's a whole fag. But joining us, it's also the Hanson Justin Kalev sack who is a vice president at the museum of broadcasting in Chicago. We are talking about the NFL experience, which is of course, Saturday Night Live. Everybody knows that. But we've discussed in. I think everybody here in the Chicago land area. I would feel like is aware of what a big impact. And what a big part the Chicago improv scene for sure even the comedic scene has played because there's there are different in the growth development, one Javadi of Saturday Night Live. But I mean, if you think about not just the Chicago. But if you think about all of the things that we say on a daily basis that we don't necessarily even realize came from SNL, you know, what I think one of the number ones are Debbie Downer. Well, we're not having a Debbie Downer. Now. That's true. Don't be a Debbie Downer. Even my kids say that started on us. Yeah. I hate to be Debbie Downer. The thing about Saturday Night Live is that in our in each of our memories, we know being home at ten thirty or eleven thirty at night, depending on where you live in the United States that it was that was what you were doing on Saturday night. That was what you were doing on Saturday night and Saturday night, you're gonna watch SNL, and there are certain moments in history when things were not going well and Saturday Night Live played a huge role in getting our country back to where to where we were to where we needed to be before we go further into that thou. So this weekend. Bobby Moynihan was supposed to be here as part of. Event Tammany in Chicago. He had to cancel no big deal. I mean, we're sour that. He wrote the sweetest note to he actually did he he tweeted at the exhibit tonight saying feely feeling absolutely awful about about this last minute change as a lifelong SNL fan. I was really looking forward to seeing the exhibit. I am still excited to see the exhibit. And reschedule this before we close in March. And I'm sure there's time that he will come back, but people who've already purchased tickets they have nothing to worry about not EV one hundred percent refund. Everything's being done. And we're going to reschedule it things happen. And you've had some pretty great guests. I mean, Dean Richards was supposed to be the host of this particular event. So I'm sure that Dino be the host of one of the one of the next ones. But it really does go to if you're a Chicago and you love comedy. You don't have to this mentality of comedy comes from New York or comedy comes from LA. It's a crock upright citizens brigade is wearing me. Color came from a couple of others. But for the most part, we're talking Tina Fey, Rachel drat. There's an I mean initially even second city in Toronto there an enduring it's Toronto's over there. But. But that was such the core of where they went to find really the people who would carry them through it from the beginning Bill Murray. Harold ramos. John belushi. I've heard of him. They all came from here. Harebrained was Hillary doesn't matter. But Rick moranis he was at second city in Canada really had taken so many things like land shark people still referral shark. And like you said Debbie Downer. And then even when Tina faded thirty rock that was just a continuation. Another branch on the whole Saturday Night Live thing, and that that I remember seeing Tina Fey and Rachel drag at second city doing the Boston wicked. It's wicked awful they did that on stage here, and I and then all of a sudden I'm seeing them Sarah live, and I was like I've seen this sketch. I saw the sketch in Chicago year and a half ago, and Justin they these these comedians are really cut their teeth. They learned their craft here in Chicago. They do. Absolutely they they start here. And whether it be someone on the show or even a writer this year, a lot of writers, actually. Came many. The year before we had two people actually right from Chicago. Chris read, Luke null and also. Alex, Moffat all all three of them came from Chicago from second city and from improv Olympic and from being there. They like you said, Fred there's literally getting started here. Yeah. And taking off their well. And they even referenced it, Liz, lemon, and and and the other characters their characters when they moved to New York had come from Chicago, and they would wear IOT shirts, and they would wear second city t shirts. The other thing that has allowed us to do is come together as a country because we've had these moments where we've all been talking about church lady or whatever sketch happens to be popular at that time. But there's also times where the country is in a bad time such as September. Eleventh Michaels got the audio for us. I just wanna thank you all for being.

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"debbie downer" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Like what? Wps? Hey, we actually didn't take an x Ray we just kind of drugs. Deep called on it you'd be right to go. These spray that stuff that stuff should help it though. Don't worry. Get back out there more. More. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe more. Usually. So how the hell is still going on wasn't that in like two thousand fifteen? Yeah. The legal system work holy shit. Let's get to the brighter times. Let's talk about your time. Ended up winning your second Cup. Fucking Debbie Downer. And when you guys that, hey, who who who disliked you more Randy or Darryl Sutter? Darrelle love me over really what you say that. Yeah. Rob skit airy said you guys had a love hate. Well, isn't that house wants to or is it just me? It's very. I love hates perfect. If you're gonna describe a coach at players relationship. Yeah. I'm I'm just you views. No like is it always that dry though. Like his sense of humor is just like it's all about the presentation to business said that before. I really enjoyed it. I mean, obviously, there's no perfect coach. But I didn't have a problem with them..

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"debbie downer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:00 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Actually, I can do more research on this one. But I remember hit me in the last segment, Dan. Reading the bond Hoffer book that the Nazis completely changed the bible around. President Trump promoted on Twitter. Six different states are passing laws. I should've looked this up. I'm sorry. I don't know if they're allowing schools to teach the bible or making schools offer the bible as an elective course. And I'm arguing why that's a bad idea because the bible so important is a really bad idea. I don't want schools touching the bible these days because you never know how the Union's never progresses change it around to fit their ends. So does example again gonna triggered? So I was looking up here. There's something called the Nazi bible. That's what it's called. There's a German named for. That's actually translated. The message of God. But it's not as the Nazi bible. They added a commandment, Eric, you know, the good old Levin commandments. Okay. Did that was that one of the tablets? They found the Germans found a new tablet. Okay. Yep. The eleventh commandment honour your Fuhr. Okay. That's fewer translated. Capital G God. That's actually Fuhrer Adolf Hitler. Your honor? God. Down there. I had a wild ride. So you're just one example of how I don't trust schools to teach the bible chain round, not interested. Hey, speaking of Nazis. As always an interesting pause. You're going to go next could go anywhere. Now, we're going to do that Debbie Downer story that you guys didn't think I. It's not that. We didn't think you had it. Pretty sure that was the accusation the accusation before I gave a little bit of you is that. Talks barrels. I've never talked about never like does it. Stop. And I've never shared it before the story because it's such a Downer. Even those true. But I thought because we had that amazing story about the holocaust yesterday. I thought this is relevant specifically the part where the gentleman's dad. We'll talk about how he was in this town came getting trained, and no one no one thought twice no-one said, oh, maybe this is a really bad idea. And it's because according to this author they had no they couldn't fathom man's capacity for evil. So they willingly did whatever the Nazis told them to do. They couldn't fathom that they were going to a work camp for the rest of their lives in the lies wouldn't last long working at this camp with no food in the restaurant. But the reason they just. Baid because they couldn't understand the capacity of man Preval. Tell the story in a positive. I promise I will spend it around to a positive. So I believe that one of the great lies. Maybe the biggest lie in our culture today. And this is still not popular shared here and many people disagree. But I've been the lie is that people are inherently good. And we believe that because. It's just a nicer thing to believe who wants to believe the people are bad. That's negative. I don't want it. I'm gonna believe people are good. And if you also believe the people are bad, and that means you're bad. I'm bad. No one wants to think, I'm bad. Especially because we great ourselves on a curve. Do we all do we all say, well, I'm not as bad as that guy? Therefore, I'm good. Great honor curve. You may be better than someone else. But that certainly doesn't make you good because everyone does this. Right. So if you steal from your work, you know, that's wrong. But you grade on a curve, and you say we'll hadn't still as much of that other guys stall. And the guy was a jail for DUI. He knows that wrong. But it's not as bad as the person who in jail for murdering someone and the was in jail for murder. I'm not the guy who murdered a kid. He's thinking well least I'm not as bad as the guy who murdered and raped a kid. And that kind of thing these I'm not as bad as and we just keep doing that. Played a game all day long. Just to convince ourselves that we are not as bad as that guy, and therefore good I guarantee you people on death row are playing that exact same game better that guy. Guided them in the next. Thanks to over. Better than him. So. We're not we're not good. Know Larry won't be convincing his argument. But it says right there in Genesis the intent of man's heart is evil from his youth. So here's the sad story J Austin, Lauren. Go go again. There are twenty nine years old Austin worked for the department of housing and urban development. Lauren worked at Georgetown university's admissions office. It's important because they lived in a culture, they live in a certain culture, a higher education and government culture for their whole life or for their working life. So they quit their jobs. We're done. We're out an Austin put a blog together. And this is what he wrote on June twenty seventeen he said, I've grown tired of spending the best hours of my day in front of a glowing rectangle tired of coloring the best years of my life in swaths of grey. And beige I've missed too many sunsets. While my back was turned to many thunderstorms. Went on watched too many gentle breezes unnoticed Dow with that actually. I admire that actually. So they went this this couple. They wanted this massive year long trip around the world, and they went to crazy places. Again, I admire this trip around the world. You could be laying Eric and go to Rome, and Paris, and whatever. Well, go places, and then you would go I'd go like these people. Okay. Namibia? Botswana zombie Zambia Malawi Tanzania Egypt Turkey, Kazakhstan, courage, extending don't know if that is. Water parks in Kazakhstan, right? Yeah. I didn't know that. It's a little warm out there on those sandy places. Okay. Well, see there you go. So that's not that bad. So let's say I'm not even being good for them. That's pretty cool. They decided, you know, we're not just going to travel the world we're gonna go to some really. Not popular places. So this is the last blog posts he wrote he was in Morocco. He said, you watch the news, and you read the papers, and you are led to believe that the world is a big scary place. People. The narrative goes are not to be trusted. People are bad people are evil. People are axe murderers monsters. I don't buy it. Evil is a make believe concept that we even dented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans holding values and beliefs and perspectives different than our own. It's easier to dismiss an opinion as a hornet then to strive and understand it badness exists. Sure. But even that's quite rare by large, humans are kind. Generous and wonderful. No, greater appellation has come from our journey than this. Couple of days later, they were riding their bikes into gca. Stan. There are four of them. Total five members of ISIS jumped out of a car stabbed them all to death and ISIS made a video about it. Celebrating it claiming that their job is to kill all disbelievers, which these two were considered. That's a horrible story. That's why haven't wanted to share. That's horrible start super depressing, right? I don't think you need to go through life thing that everyone's an axe murderer or ISIS is going to jump out of a car tab you. But it's important to recognize evil in the world. And recognize their own capacity for two here's why share the storm is to that. Everyone was deep down. Good. If I may related to yesterday. I think many of those people at least in the guest we had on yesterday. His father's town probably believed that most people are good. And these Nazis sure, we have some disagreements politically. But what are they gonna do? What's the worst? They can do. Okay. Five they're just going to relocate us to another location. We'll make the best of it. It'll be fine. Because people are good. The problem with that thinking is when you think people are good, then you tend to think that good will prevail on its own. Just give it time. It's gotta sit back and. A win eventually goodwill win eventually. This is why Barack Obama and Martin Luther King junior. They would always quite well the guy. Theodore Parker was the first person who said it back in the fifties. They were wrong Bronco bombing MLK were wrong when they said that the arc of the moral universe is long, but bends towards Justice, the arc of the moral universe bends towards just doesn't. Not on its own. It takes a lot of hard work. A lot of emotional hard work about spiritual hard work to make that arc of Justice bent, anywhere. Good. Done happened on its own. And I think it's actually way healthier to think that deep down people are evil, and that everyone is the capacity for it. Because it inspires me to not rest on our laurels and not rely on time to sort things out we need to actively be better. Just wait. And this is why on the show, we talk a lot about our culture. And virtue because if we don't fight for those things. Then the evil within us is just waiting to purse to fourth. On the outside people. Seem generally decent. But even that's a relatively new thing. And you can't count on that being an always thing. What do you think money hundred seven sixty K FM be monitor seven sixty five three six two. Kind of sad story. But I think it's a positive end. One eight hundred seven sixty K F MB one hundred seven sixty five three six to take your call next if you'd like. There is a deferred sales. Trust seminar coming up in just a week a week and a day. It is for investors. Investors who want out. So if you a single family to unit three hundred or four plex, and you have significant equity in the house and the property, but you're tired of managing it out. 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"debbie downer" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"She's used to having a a a actually a plan b but like when the mechanism you need to get planning. Implemented goes awry, there's another she always has like here's the backup to make sure that plan as a work. So I think that having to kind of work on the fly is something that I'm surprised that he didn't pick that Eddie didn't pick Sarah for both the familiarity of the hometown advantage. And then the fact that you that he and Adrienne and Justin we're in the top three for both the quickfire and the elimination challenge last week. I would have picked both Justin and Adrienne. And then you also bring in Kelsey for her party panic experience, which she's talked to before. Now does that go to? I do think that just of was the or the headlights moment. I'm picking who do I see Adrian Brian chair wall? These are my teammates. But I I love lamp, exactly. And you know, I don't necessarily think that he was going for who can I'm beat. But if he had like my dream team would have been Eddie Adrian, Justin, Sarah and Kelsey at the same time. That's a dangerous team to pick. If something goes wrong, and you're in the bottom Rodham group. I mean, look lucky he lost. And he wanted to be like die from Titanic and throw himself into the propellers. Anyway. So I feel like Eddie was was ready for the worst. Yeah. He he's I think he's perpetually ready for the worst. I think Eddie is prepare for the worst hope the best. Yeah. He's ready. Eddie, he's consistently just prepare for the worst case scenario, including again, when when the generation off actually does a really nice job of stepping up and figuring out all these solutions, which even Debbie Downer. Brian will commend him or let's let's move into these parties. Do you guys want to start with the good or the not-so-good? Not so good. Not so good. All right. We'll let let's start with the not so good. Let's move over to the blue team here. I Haley can you talk to me about the choice that Brian makes the fun choice sleep deprived. Brian May's that nobody can talk them off the ledge with which is let me get into a hot tub fully clothed in the middle of summer and serve my poor cata, I truly cannot because I get nauseated when I get a little too warm. So having to stand in a hot tub, and in the sun, I think I would have definitely thrown up at some point the visual of this huge man's standing in a hot tub with his shoes on was whole Larry to me. But it doesn't mean I comprehend what was going on at all to can you find a method to this man's madness? Here is just madness part of the reason I've liked Brian. The whole time is he's just a big ball. And he thought it was funny. I hope that the heater on that hot tub wasn't on water water baking in the hot sun is more than enough. So hopefully, they threw they did get some ice for him, and that his hair and just forehead did not reflect at that might have been the case. I want to talk about a lot of sweat in this episode. We'll talk about it more table. But Brian was drenched in sweat and not not the best call Haley. Did you say that you and Brian have the same wardrobe choices is that what I saw he was wearing this really great Canadian tuxedo? Like every. Hit me this episode every outfit Brian has like I also own. So I've I thought the Canadian tux was all denim jacket with Daniel. Okay. So I didn't see that. I guess I missed that. He was wearing he was wearing like a darker pair of denim jeans, and like a denim shirt rather than like a denim jacket over and why it's a horrible choice to make in the middle of the summer. Well, it was it wasn't like outside. He wasn't wearing that. I think he was wearing that in in the boat. You know, what that doesn't make it any better? You're right. It's a bad choice, sometimes fashioned Trump's comfort, Mike. Take it take it from me fashion plate Clark. Not your nickname. I mean, I think yeah, he's a man who rocks pompadour, I think he does maybe prep style, which I think shows here with his or Kette which he really wants to pull off, but apparently taste like a slice of boar's head ham..

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"debbie downer" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"So. Your. Do you know that song from childhood? I don't know that song. I think it's just me because it was incredibly hard for me to find that clip, but I found it. Yeah. Everybody does need friends. Angela also in the land. We're talking about what's new in dating news, Tinder and. Okay, cupid or changing the way they advertise and new dating terms you need to know, including Grun dating as in our Anna, grounding. Yeah. Then we're diving into the mailbox to answer your listener questions today. We've got two questions that are people asking on behalf of their friends because everybody does need friends befor. Buna welcome. Angela the puck has because it's just you. And I thank you for that grand. Welcome. Welcome to you as well. I'm so used to saying we want to welcome these gas. But it's just you and Itis week, which is special bonding. That's nice change of pace. Yeah. I love it. What's going on in your life? Well, so I have a new work friend at work, and she friend. I know how exciting. And she is single and dating and struggling out there. And she. She she's guilty of something that I used to do where she will talk to somebody for a really long time before she needs up with them in person. Yeah. You gotta just like, you know, once you realize, okay, I'm interested like get off the screen and get in two zero. And like watching her go through it. It's like taking me back to two when I do and really highlighting Wyatt so bad because she will fall for somebody so quickly before meeting them like, oh, my God like planning out their futures together. Like, she's like he doesn't make much money, but we can like work on it. Oh god. And I said to her I was like revolved on that though. Yeah. But I was like remember this feeling because this is the best you're gonna feel about this person. She was you Debbie Downer. And that's what she said. She was like why being so negative just white. And then the next day after she finally went on her first date with him. She came in and was like he saw and she was so sad. What was wrong with? She actual. Really went on this date the night that I got engaged. She texted me. Congrats by the way. This guy is really short. Porsche orca, basically, he was much shorter than he said he was on his. Because the nobody's going to be disappointed. If they if you're up front with it like, I don't know what people think when they lie on profiles. They think like gonna ally. So they'll meet up with me, right? Yeah. They're going to meet up with you. But then they're gonna be pissed that you're a liar. Whereas like Joe like, we'd all the and then and then they're not going to grow with you against you're wasting everyone's time. Whereas if you're just honest, they might be like, okay, he's a little shorter. But like whatever I'll go out with him. And then they won't beat as because they already have those expectations than they like that's not even something that they're mad at you about. Yeah. There's there's nothing worse than not being ready for that. And then she said, so then like she got there. He was short. She was immediately like on attracted to him, then they were eating dinner, and he got like seafood pasta, and he had a long beard, and it was getting in his beard that you lost. Yeah..

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"debbie downer" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Last week when I call in after the game. Everyone was Debbie Downer. And saying, oh, we we gonna play we're gonna play the hottest team in the NFL. We took him and we put them in their freaking place. I'm gonna tell you something right now. Maybe. I'm pretty. The eggo Greg on big in New England. I'm gonna take them, and I'm gonna rob them in the frigate base. And I'm gonna take them in the crown know, geez are going to the Super Bowl. And I'm gonna tell you this one more thing. Son, still be fired that covers was crap. Gone to that our to beat them up sudden these be fired to those for stepping. But I will say this. That's our homes. How can you think that we would win when we have a quarterback that ever just ten games with three hundred yards throws three hundred yards? No passing. I'd stay. Yeah. He has a running touchdown who running back who is three screw him right on the Williams. Yeah. I love that. All that. That was a nice cross between those are ho Cogan macho man and Oltman warrior there. Yeah. All in one. I mean that was pretty good well done EV you dog we should bring him on for Kent. So he's not doing anymore, terrible pun. This show welcomes puns, all right? Aides puns. Yeah. I I really wanna dump them. Anytime you guys get man. So he was you know, he's just come on due to our promo. If you're on hold. We'll get to you also will hear from more including Clark hunt, just in Houston, Damian Williams and Chris Jones when we're done which is in like ten minutes or something like that J Bakley coming on for three more hours onus covered. But we did it nine Chris. Is that right? Is that sound about right to you? Maybe no one really knows around here. I mean, the specter the boss, I don't text. He never got back to me. Like when do we off? He's whatever like around ten minutes late around ten ten when we're done. J Brinkley is coming on for three more hours. So if you wanna talk.

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"debbie downer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty W H A S. Quarterback is local dealers ks post game show if you have not seen yet online right now, Nerlens Noel, former cat. Got hit very hard. On a play tonight in the basketball game in which he got hit lost his balance and then hit his head on the floor. It knocked him out. And he ended up having to be stretchered out of the arena and was on. I think was unconscious as he was being taken out so ones obviously played here. If you if you the chance, you know, say prayer for Nerlens that is it it did not look good. And if you saw the looks on the players faces that were in the arena with him on the court. They seem very shook up by it. So my prayers obviously, go out to neurons a great kid who hopefully, we'll be okay, who's up first Cobra. How are you? I'm doing good. You know, I watch that game tonight. And the second half was his trading basket and our offense. It's just like a we just run that. We don't go inside. I just dribble drive. And I don't know. It's just great fun to watch. Really? I mean, we didn't do you really believe that like it's interesting you say that because I actually think the opposite. I mean, first of all we scored eighty five points tonight, which is a lot of. I understand, but hang on hang on just second guess, but my, but I think our issue is much more defensively. Okay. But you started started complaining about the offense. That defense. I agree with you. I I will disagree with you that I don't think this team is fun to watch. They got dudes who take it to the basket. I mean, we've had last year's team was not fun to watch this team. I think is fun. They frustrate me sometimes. But you know, they're put chains on where he's telling them to pass the ball. So meantime before they start their offense and reverse the ball. And you know, they never pull up shoot jumpers. In our face. And you know, they just hit unbelievable shots. But it's just weird to be. But anyway, I just I just was disappointed that they destroyed it basket. The defense was bad. I mean that team scored pretty much at will. So you hated hated the offense. You hated the defense. You don't like watching this team. What what do you like about him anything? I like when herald make some three pointers as we did have him tonight. We would've been in trouble. He shoots threes. Okay. Well, thank you. Appreciate it. Hey, five nine two eight hundred twenty two eighty seven texts machines eight five nine three hundred thirty to sixty four who's next TJ? Are you TJ? Well, that was a Debbie Downer. Call. This was a game. They should have won by more than they did. But of all the complaints. I have about this team saying this team is not fun to watch. I think this team is much more fine. Like last year's team, you could say that about and I can understand where you're coming from. They were they had a hard time score and a lot. This team's not like that. Every single guy that plays with the exception of maybe Nick Richards can score. So I just I don't I don't agree. They're not fun to watch. But maybe that's just me. Not only that. But I mean, if if if he look at it, and it is defense because if you look at it like you said we scored eighty five points tonight against the SEC thing. I don't care who they lost or who they beat. But if you look at the stat we had fifty one percent, he'll go percentage and ninety one percent percents. Now if you look in the past the harp on John cale. They can't shoot free throws down the stretch. Ninety one percent free-throw percentage. I will take that every game in in in March madness every game. I'll take nine. Of course, you would ninety one. I didn't realize that's a great percentage tonight because they went to line quite a bit. And the last thing I'll leave you with is. I don't know if it's how doing it. We're doing it for his NBA grass dot that. He's gotta stop shooting three. I'm sorry. Well, that's not gonna happen. I mean, look at weather. Here's the thing. TJ there. Certain. And this is just how it is. And I'm not saying, it's good. I'm not saying, it's bad. But you know, if you if Jim boeheim is your coach, you just gotta start learning to love zone, right? Because they're gonna play if John cale Perry's your coach, and you have six seven six eight six nine days. He's gonna try to get him shoot threes because at least on the perimeter because he wants them to be able to play at the next level. And he thinks that's what they need to do. So I agree with you. There are times. There was apply tonight. I think Kentucky it was like a six point game. And they kicked it out. And it was an open PJ three. And I thought well that's not the the shot I would take. But that's that's going to be taken all year. And there's not gonna be anything that any of us can do about it because we're just gonna to hope he makes. And I'll remind you that until until the Alabama game for whatever else you wanna say PJ Washington had the highest three point percentage on the team. And one more thing to what did you think about the lineup with? I think it was EJ Montgomery and Nick Richards and quickly Hagans in. I think it was either hero or or Johnson. I mean, they seem to click with those guys out there. I thought the lineup the lineup that look the best. And appreciate the call. Was that line at the end of the first half where I think you had Hagans hero Baker. Maybe PJ and Richards, and then PJ Montgomery that that lineup for whatever reason was really working and then quickly came in. They just the bench guys. That's probably collectively the best those four bench guys have played. The reason the game was close is Kentucky's four best players. Well, three most consistent scores are Kelton. Johnson Tyler hero and read Travis and two of those guys really didn't score weather night killed Johnson and Travis. So that's why the game was close. But then you dudes like quickly score much more than usual. So you know, I, but I think that was the issue is that we except for the Carolina game. The Carolina game is really the only game in Louisville as well. That was the only two games were all five starters have played well in the same game and we've seen what can happen when that happens. The problem is they just get too many games two or three guys. Just don't play. Well, who's next Cory what's up? Hey, Matt, you know, I. I.

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"debbie downer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Mike. Is your coast hit? That was the smoke. It wasn't that good. She's not that. That's in the first half hour. You got word. You keep laughing and encouraging her. I didn't get that. Let's get back to the story. Here. We have stories Justice Samuel Alito. Explain this issue has long divided Americans. Hi, this is the supreme court saying that we can gamble on sports fading. The legalization of sports gambling is a controversial subject. Supporters argue that legalisation will produce revenue for the state's and critically weaken illegal sports betting operations, which are often run by organized crime opponents contend that. Legalizing sports gambling will hook the young on gambling encourage people of modest means to squander their savings and earnings and corrupt professional and college sports. Okay. So there's a downside who cares, right? This Debbie Downer is telling us all the bad aspects of it. How about the great aspects of it where you can spend time with your son watching a game that normally you would never watch because who cares unless you have money on it or less your favorite team. Who cares? But if you have money on the game. And you can literally watch, you know, Tampa Bay play the Detroit Lions if you have a couple of bucks on it opponents contend that. Legalizing sports gambling will hook the young on gambling that may or may not be true. Who cares young? We'll take care of themselves. Encourage people of modest means to squander their savings. And do it any professional not gonna corrupt sports. Get illegal sports betting already amounts to approximately one hundred and fifty billion dollars annual. Wow. One hundred fifty billion dollars a year, we're spending that's amazing to the people and the money is on the table.

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"debbie downer" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"debbie downer" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

"The rest of your life. That's cool. But I'm doing this for the rest of my life. Like man come on. We don't gotta do it. And I said, well, you don't gotta do. I'm doing it. One day. Join me that he was having a bunch of artists coming to his studio. The why so many people, and I had a feeling something was wrong. I said, okay. So jumped in my car, drove to man, I go up I knock on his door as the surprise. And guess why see their bobble Nevis Taylor from UPN nine? And I said what are you doing? I told you I didn't want to do this. You're going to kill us with doing good. We don't need this. So they were looking at me. Like, I was Debbie Downer. I just ruined everything. Bobber nervous Taylor goes to me. You know, what you're doing a great team to the hip hop community. And and I said, look, thank you. But I don't need you to recognize us with doing just fine. Without you know, she says, oh my God. You know, why wouldn't you take credit for something? You started such a wonderful thing. And I said, I'm not interested. As a matter of fact, I didn't want you here. And then one of my guys he says just so I I, you know, I do it. But I don't want that camera pointing face take my silhouette started asking me questions. Do you know that what you're doing is illegal and all kinds of stuff that I just wanted to answer. I was like oh my God. I can't believe that she's asking these questions might finish interview. I left and I told transference move be the air this with done. He quiet. We've had the show. I went back to my studio a week later and now nine news. The report from our investigative team. We're about to take you inside the secret world of pirate radio. They are outlaws of the airwaves willing to risk jail to broadcast their kind of music. I teams Bobby Evans Taylor is hidden night. With the story, Barbara Brenda. They are the bad boys of radio, and they're passionate hip up and to play with they like they break the law every Sunday night when they blast their music into the Burrows to my stomach because all this work that I put in to do the station is going to go down the tubes. And I meant what I said because that's a slap in the face to that. They're going to go after that's how I felt and I was sick to my stomach where I couldn't even go to work 'cause I was just like can't believe that doing this. You know, they actually gonna do it cintron IX, the creator of that radio doesn't want to be identified, but he allowed the I team to visit during a Sunday night broadcast. As long as we don't reveal the location. You're breaking the law is that frightening for you everybody breaks, and in some ways, you know, you know, we're playing music when I saw.

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Homeland Security cyber unit on alert for Election Day

Rush Limbaugh

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Homeland Security cyber unit on alert for Election Day

"Different from the politicians that I'm running against traveling across the state I found. Tennessee and you're looking for a conservative and outsider and I'm the only. Candidate running who's both of those things I build Lee I'd be honored to, have your vote paid for by building for. Tennessee Fred Di Cosimo treasurer homeland security is launching a cyber unit to protect against hacks into sensitive systems including elections and utility we, can tell, you that we've. Rounded a corner last year was the worst ever in terms of cyber attack valium the. Headline seems never ending and not to be the Debbie Downer but I think we'll, continue to see that this year homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen it appears the unit will be busy Facebook says it has uncovered. A sophisticated. Effort to influence the outcome of the twentieth eighteen midterm elections on its Facebook and Instagram sites White House chief of staff John, Kelly, is telling. His staff that he's accepted the president's invitation for him to remain on the, job through the twenty. Twenty elections former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort fraud trial is underway with jury selection in Alexandria Virginia Wall Street. Buoyed by reports of new u. s. China trade talks to avoid a, trade war the Dow was up one.

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Capitals top Lightning to advance to Stanley Cup Final

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Capitals top Lightning to advance to Stanley Cup Final

"And and psyched about the story lines and about what's to come the stanley cup final between the golden knights and the capitals beginning in las vegas on monday memorial day is a holiday to remember for more reasons than one it's good that the capitals will have these extra days not i don't know how that affects the golden knights at this point everybody's got bumps and bruises even though the capitals have played more games than the golden knights and so it's an extra few days offer them but the caps who not only just wrapped up a physical back to back stretch here in game six and seven and had to play through to the very end there also the team that has to travel and so it's good for them that they don't start until monday i think this is a winner for nbc i think it's a winner for fans of course but i think it's going to be a winner for nbc that they get to major markets in las vegas as well as washington dc and they get these incredible paths to the stanley cup final and producer tom put up a poll on our show twitter i just read tweeted but i'd love to hear from you which of these unique paths to the stanley cup final round is more intriguing to you the caps getting there after twenty years and in many failures along the way the nights reaching the final in their inaugural season or do you love both stories or maybe you're the you're the debbie downer and neither one appeals to you so that's the poll that's from the brain and producer tom as you can check that out on twitter and you all are bombarding me with the best two word phrases in sports i didn't even know there were so many i guess i didn't think this through i was just going with game seven because that right away gives me a thrill gives me a little want to think about the game seven even though this is work it doesn't feel as much like work when it's a game savage it's a winner take all and you know there's going to be the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat were inside the quicken loans studios national mortgage lender quicken loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently you're finding the on twitter a law radio and there's also some pictures of the spot to weigh in on our facebook page after hours with amy lawrence.

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