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Bengals top Miami 27-15 after injured Tagovailoa carted off

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 17 hrs ago

Bengals top Miami 27-15 after injured Tagovailoa carted off

"Joe burrow throws for 287 yards and two scores to help the Bengals knock off the dolphins 27 15 burrow through his touchdowns the tea Higgins and Hayden Hurst helping his team win its second straight after starting the season Owen two Just like I said after the two losses we just got two wins still a long season We still got a long ways to go It doesn't mean anything if we go on and lose the next 13 games Miami lost quarterback to a ton of iloa after he suffered with the team called ahead and neck injury on a second quarter sack after lying motionless he was strapped to a stretcher and taken to a nearby level one trauma center I'm Denny Capp

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Fresh update on "denny" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:13 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "denny" discussed on AP News Radio

" Joe burrow throws for 287 yards and two scores to help the Bengals knock off the dolphins 27 15 burrow through his touchdowns the tea Higgins and Hayden Hurst helping his team win its second straight after starting the season Owen two. Just like I said after the two losses, we just got two wins, still a long season. We still got a long ways to go. It doesn't mean anything if we go on and lose the next 13 games. Miami lost quarterback to a ton of iloa after he suffered with the team called ahead and neck injury on a second quarter sack after lying motionless he was strapped to a stretcher and taken to a nearby level one trauma center. I'm Denny Capp

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Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa hospitalized after being stretchered off field

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 18 hrs ago

Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa hospitalized after being stretchered off field

"Dolphins quarterback to a tongue by Lola left Thursday night's game against the Bengals with what the team called injuries to his head and neck tongue of aloha was swung down and fell on the back of his head in a second quarter sack the quarterback laid motionless and was eventually put on a stretcher and taken to a nearby level one trauma center Tongue by loa suffered an injury 5 days earlier in Sunday's game against the bills where he got up from a head and foul after taking a few steps The team said he cleared all concussion protocols at the time and the stability issues were caused by an injury to his back He later returned to the game The NFL was conducting an investigation to ensure all concussion protocols were properly followed I'm Denny cap

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Fresh update on "denny" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "denny" discussed on AP News Radio

" Dolphins quarterback to a tongue by Lola left Thursday night's game against the Bengals with what the team called injuries to his head and neck tongue of aloha was swung down and fell on the back of his head in a second quarter sack, the quarterback laid motionless and was eventually put on a stretcher and taken to a nearby level one trauma center. Tongue by loa suffered an injury 5 days earlier in Sunday's game against the bills, where he got up from a head and foul after taking a few steps. The team said he cleared all concussion protocols at the time and the stability issues were caused by an injury to his back. He later returned to the game. The NFL was conducting an investigation to ensure all concussion protocols were properly followed. I'm Denny cap.

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'He's been unbelievable': Outsiders underestimated Cleveland Browns' Jacoby Brissett | Opinion

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

'He's been unbelievable': Outsiders underestimated Cleveland Browns' Jacoby Brissett | Opinion

"Nick Chubb runs for a 113 yards and a touchdown to lead the browns past the Steelers 29 17 Chubb paste a browns rushing attack which tallied a 171 yards and helped Cleveland proved a two in one Jacoby Brissette saw touchdown passes the tight end David and Joe Ku and wide receiver Amari Cooper Oh I thought it was a great team win I think we obviously on offense started out slow And then I think we settled in and then we just started to get things going Mitchell trubisky threw for 207 yards but couldn't keep the offense moving consistently as the Steelers converted on just one of their 9 third down attempts I'm Denny cap

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Wallace holds off boss, title contenders to win at Kansas

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Wallace holds off boss, title contenders to win at Kansas

"In the two races at Kansas Speedway this season the racing team co owned by basketball Hall of Famer Michael Jordan was in victory lane for both Bubba Wallace held off Denny Hamlin to take the checkered flag It's come out winners I knew it was only a matter of time I had a lot of people telling me that And so it's finally cool to see to come to fruition but two times is better than one time Wallace is only other win in the Cup Series was a rain shortened race in Talladega Alabama a year ago Though Hamlin was the runner up he's the co owner of the car driven by Wallace Greg Ellen Kansas City Kansas

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Harrison grabs 3 TDs, No. 3 Buckeyes rout Arkansas St 45-12

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Harrison grabs 3 TDs, No. 3 Buckeyes rout Arkansas St 45-12

"Marvin Harrison junior hauls in three touchdowns to lead third ranked Ohio State past Arkansas state 45 to 12 The buckeyes leaned on Harrison junior with two of their top receivers Jackson Smith and sigma and Julian Fleming unavailable The son of the former NFL star delivered compliments of Heisman candidate CJ Stroud who completed 16 of 24 for 351 yards and four scores He's one of the best routers I've ever played with So today was just a day to do it Running back travie on Henderson ran for two scores for a second consecutive game to help Ohio State improved at two I'm Denny Capp

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Jim Domen Details His Journey to Self-Discovery

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

Jim Domen Details His Journey to Self-Discovery

"Back talking to Jim doman V, the book is not a mistake. Parents hope for their gay son. Okay, so your 28 your boyfriend throws you out your sleeping on a floor and you give your life to God. And having no clue, by the way, what God's going to do. So what does God do? Well, one of my guests is evangelism, the next thing I know I find myself at Denny's and I'm telling the black manager who probably thought I was crazy, God just did this miracle. I had no money and there was $5 laying on the street and so this kind of you had no money for food. Yeah, I had no money for you. You had literally no money on credit cards. It was designed a $5 bill next to your car and enables you to have a big breakfast. And so you're excited. Because, I mean, I wrote a book about miracles. God does these kinds of little miracles sometimes just to let us know that is really with us. So he did that for you to say, hey, by the way, I'm tracking with you. I'm with you. I'm with you. Stay tuned. So what happens next? I am still gay. This war raging for my soul. I'm a homosexual. You know, all this kind of stuff and I called those two Christian friends and said, you're not going to believe what happened. I've moved out. And I'm literally telling them you better start praying for me. And my mind was like my mind with as soon as I get right back on my feet, I'm going right back into homosexuality and then there is the other part of me that was, wow, God's doing something here. And there was this literally this battle for my soul. And my parents said, why don't you come home and live with us? Eric, I've been to like 40 countries. I've traveled the world. I had my own home, my own business. I'm going to go put back home with mommy and daddy. Are you kidding me? But that was what I needed. The lord knew that that I could heal and restore the relationship between my father and I. Now

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Kevin Harvick ends 65-race drought with 6th win at Michigan

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Kevin Harvick ends 65-race drought with 6th win at Michigan

"With time running out to make the NASCAR playoffs Kevin Harvick picked up his first win of 2022 after leading 38 laps at Michigan International Speedway locking himself into the postseason There could be at least 16 winners I mean you've still got Daytona You've got another road course There's a lot of things that can still happen here Harvick drove away from the field in the final stage to a 2.9 second lead over Bubba Wallace Wallace who is also trying to win his way into the playoffs finished second There's a lot of positives in this but I'm a person that looks at the negatives more than positives I need to change the button I want to win so bad And this was the best opportunity Denny Hamlin was third I'm Jerry Jordan

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"denny" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"denny" Discussed on NASCAR America

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"denny" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

05:00 min | 2 months ago

"denny" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Think there's two parts of this. I don't think the disqualification adds anything to what's going on with the 18 of Kyle Busch. But getting outrun by Danny Hamlin may or may not. He didn't win that race with one of the better cars. Ty Gibbs did run pretty well to your point, DJ. I checked in with ties management team. He didn't even get TRD simulator time. I think we talked about same time. It was iRacing. It was 40 laps on iRacing. Jeff, your son is learning this new car. You're around drivers all the time in this new car. How impressive is it that ty Gibbs, I don't even say talent because I don't think a question that it was his maturity that impressed me the most that he was willing to be held back and just go through the process of a Sunday in the Cup Series. So I think that's exactly right. I agree with you a 100%. He did a nice job of doing exactly what the goal was. The goal was to run some lats stay in the lead lap. Hopefully get something good happen. They did. They got to restart with the rec with Denny Hamlin or all Chastain. He was in the right line, picked up like 7 or 8 spots, but then never gave them back. Like that's what you expect from a rookie you expect, okay, we're going to give you a talented rookie. We're going to give you some track position and then find a way to keep it. He did all those things. So I agree with I agree with what you're saying. He needs to learn how to be a cup driver. He knows how to be an extended driver. He needs to learn how to be a cub driver and drive these cars. Yeah, I mean, he's impressed me from day one. The day that he went to went to Daytona on the road course and won that race, I'm like, that guy's for real. There's no getting around it. Yeah. So let's move the conversation forward a little bit when we look at Kyle Busch, right? So 60 wins, two time chain. I think everybody knows what you're losing behind the wheel if you can't re sign Kyle Busch. There's no doubt. No one up here is going to say man can't drive. The question is there's a little bit of fog around the business model M and M Mars is out. Can they sell him? Can they raise the capital to bring him back so the simple question is, DJ, if they can't get the business correct. Yep. Would you lose sleep over having to let college know? Knowing he's probably going to go win wherever he goes. But moving Thai gives into that seat. Yeah, okay, so let me say one thing first. And so this is going everybody saying Denny Hamlin cheated and got disqualified in Kyle Busch. New one knew anything about what was done there. They drove their race cars the way they were. And that's what you do as a driver. You don't know these things. So leave them out. If you're going to stay at the team, took this. I'm going to say, I'm going to disagree with a little bit of what you said there while I go, I think it's they're trying to sell sponsorship. When you're talking to companies that are willing to spend 15, $20 million to get on the side of a race car and your organization with Kyle Busch as the driver and your team gets disqualified from a race. I think that's a point that they're having a hard enough time before that happened to sell sponsorship there in today's world. I don't think that's a good thing. Couldn't have been could not have been worse timing. You know, this isn't something that we need to say. They go do all the time. Have they always pushed the envelope? Absolutely. Unfortunately, they got called at this time. So I hope that it doesn't do that. I would not, I know they are doing everything between Toyota Joe Gibbs Racing and all the marketing companies. They've even brought in other people trying to sell sponsorship to keep him. They do not want to race against Kyle Busch somewhere else because they know the talent that they have there. He's one of the top drivers to ever come through that the sport of NASCAR race and then in the Cup Series, future Hall of Famer. You don't want to let him go, but I think this could hurt. There's already friction in the relationship, if not the deal would be done. Because whether it's business or not, it's still friction, right? If you can't pay me, and I think you should, or whatever's going on, that's still friction, even if we get along. And then you add this. Then you add this, and I can not get out of my head, helmet, New Hampshire, saying on the radio, hey, make note with the slowest Gibbs car here. And then you get beat by a teammate, and then you get d-q'd. There is already tension and this does nothing to help it. So absolutely nothing. So that's fascinating, though, because so right, so the crew chief in me, right? I was never been a team owner, had never been the rep out there trying to sell myself. I see the DQ is just one more penalty. But if I'm hearing you correctly, I want to go back to this because this is fascinating to me. Your point is that it's not points and penalty whatever. The image, the perhaps tarnished image, does a company in today's world won't align with someone who has been disqualified. Forget penalties, forget fines, disqualified. You think that term right there makes this penalty larger than points in money. I had 100% to me. I think that's why this is the biggest penalty that they could put down on someone who never you look at his teammate Denny Hamlin. He got the trophy and all of that taken away. And the wind. He was going to be the winningest driver ever at Pocono. But when you're trying to sell a company on the fact that, hey, we're a reputable business. We do things right. We do everything the right way. And then you have a dequeue beside your name at a race that you ran second in. I think they, in one sense, they appreciate the effort, but in companies they're probably trying to sell to. They're out here, these companies are ones that are dealing with the public and they can't take that chance.

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Elliott given Pocono win after Hamlin, Busch disqualified

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Elliott given Pocono win after Hamlin, Busch disqualified

"For only the second time and it's nearly 75 year history NASCAR disqualified at race winner and the runner up as the cars of teammates Denny Hamlin the winner and runner up Kyle Busch were found to be illegal in post race inspection that Pocono Raceway That moved chase Elliott from third to first NASCAR said the Joe Gibbs Racing cars had material in the front fascia that was found to be illegal and did not conform to the rule book The change moves Tyler Reddick to second and Daniel Suarez to third I'm Jerry

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Twins sweep 2-game series with Tigers behind Gray, Miranda

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Twins sweep 2-game series with Tigers behind Gray, Miranda

"Sonny gray strikes out 7 batters to help the twins tame the tigers 9 to one Grey picked up the win to improve to 5 and three giving up the tigers lone run on just two hits over 6 innings His bats gave him a three zero lead before he stepped on the mound to deliver his first pitch of the game in the bottom of the first There was one hit in the second inning and it was like a two or a three one count or something like that and in my brain I'm just like just throw a fastball right in the middle of the plate just with conviction and aggressive heater in the middle and let's just see how far they can hit it And if they hit a solo Homer then we're still winning by two The twins tacked on 6 more in the late innings to earn a sweep of the two game series and open up a three game lead on the Indians in the AL central Denny cap

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Stenson joins Saudi tour, removed as Ryder Cup captain

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Stenson joins Saudi tour, removed as Ryder Cup captain

"Europe's 2023 rider cup team is in search of a new captain after removing Henrik stenson on Wednesday Stenson announced on Twitter that he's signing with Liv golf and playing in an event in New Jersey next week The European tour immediately issued a statement citing decisions made in relation to his personal circumstances which made it clear that he would be unable to fulfill contractual obligations to writer cup Europe Stinson had accepted the captaincy four months ago the Swede ranked number one 71 in the world responded by saying he's quote hugely disappointed I'm Denny

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports on day ferry in the Celtics will take on the warriors in the NBA Finals Jayson Tatum scored 26 points and the Celtics took game 7 of the Easter Conference Finals by defeating the heat 196 I just really believe in myself I really believe in our team And it was the biggest game of the season of my career And I just had faith that we were going to give it all we had Jaylen Brown and Marcus smart each had 24 points for Boston Marcus Ericsson and Chip Ganassi were kings of the brickyard Eriksson became the second suite to win the Indianapolis 500 giving Ganassi racing its 5th victory in the race I knew I had a car to win this race Obviously this race is crazy So you can have a car to win but that doesn't mean you're going to win it NASCAR and Denny Hamlin held off Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch and overtime to win the longest Coca-Cola 600 in history 413 laps Baseball Taylor walls Homer to made several dazzling defensive plays to lead the rays to a four two win over the Yankees It's good to bounce back after the two tough games that we've started a series with and get two wins The rays earned a four game split to remain four and a half games behind the AL east leading yanks Other AL winners with the Red Sox Astros Blue Jays athletics tigers twins and White Sox who beat the cubs in an inner league game National league Corbin burns fan 11 over 7 innings as the brewers hammered the Cardinals 8 zero That's kind of where we want to be all the time So the fact that it took ten stars to get to is a little frustrating but yeah it was kind of what we want to do The Dodgers and Padres are NL victories As did the mets braves giants and nationals Graham agar has recaps the finish at the Charles Schwab challenge Sam Burns has secured a dramatic playoff win over world number one Scottie scheffler berns posted an early 9 under par total after a 65 the 25 year old secured victory by holding a lengthy part from off the back of the grain that the secure his third win for the season French opening Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will square off in the quarterfinals after winning on Sunday I'm Dave ferry AP

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Hamlin holds off Busch in OT in wild Coca-Cola 600

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Hamlin holds off Busch in OT in wild Coca-Cola 600

"By the time the checkered flag flew at Charlotte Motor Speedway they'd been through two overtimes and 619 and a half miles and pole sitter Denny Hamlin had found his way back to the front for his first win in the Coca-Cola 600 It's a big one I mean it's one of the three majors we got in our sport and it's one that I hadn't won and to be part of the Koch family for as long as I have and to finally win is awesome Hamlin took the lead at the end of the first overtime when he was able to avoid a multi car wreck that took out the leaders Chase Briscoe brought out the first overtime spinning with tulips to go and regulation while battling for the lead with Kyle Larson Kyle Busch finished second to Hamlin Brett McMillan Concord North

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Blaney wins All-Star race, $1M 2 laps after thinking he won

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Blaney wins All-Star race, $1M 2 laps after thinking he won

"With $1 million on the line drivers through caution to the wind and the NASCAR all star race at Texas Motor Speedway and at the end of the night it was Ryan Blaney taking home the big check I don't really spend a lot of money so probably put it in the banker Put it towards the retirement fund I don't know But we'll see I might buy a new set of tires for a new motor for dance spring cartoon That's probably what I'll do Blaine survived four separate stages avoided multiple cautions and as he crossed the finish line the caution came out He thought he had won the race and dropped his window net but the race wasn't over and then he had to re secure the net and hold off Denny Hamlin who was chasing him down from second I think that caught all of us off guard and so it was kind of short lived panic mode in my spot of like how the hell am I going to get this window net back up Austin Cedric finished third Jerry Jordan Fort Worth Texas

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Blaze Media: U.S. Households Are Spending $5,000 a Year on Gas

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 4 months ago

Blaze Media: U.S. Households Are Spending $5,000 a Year on Gas

"American households are spending $5000 a year on gas As prices rise and economic woes worsen this is blaze media as well Your Denny research concluded that Americans are paying considerably more at the pump this year gee we didn't know They estimate Americans were spending a mere $2800 last year Now you're spending $5000 Actually I'm surprised at it won't be it isn't more And it will be more It's going to be a lot more And they even point out when you look at inflation and so forth despite the consumer price index surging by 8.3 in April A massive technology sell off retail sales rose 8.2% That's going to come to an end too Because that's what happens in the course of a recession that could actually be worse than

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Kurt Busch takes Jordan Brand to victory lane at Kansas

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Kurt Busch takes Jordan Brand to victory lane at Kansas

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Fact Checkers Are Censoring People From Watching '2000 Mules'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | 5 months ago

Fact Checkers Are Censoring People From Watching '2000 Mules'

"The movie is 2000 mules It's at 2000 mules locals dot com I need everybody to go and watch it And I need everyone to go to Twitter truth and parlor and share that link that Facebook link and everybody spread it around right now I'm going to go to war with these people over this Now they had first use what they did Here's how these pieces of work Because the fact checkers like this dip wad piece of filth Bill McCarthy This uneducated moron with his Denny's certificate and folks listen if this isn't for you to now Because you have no idea what's happening behind the scenes all weekend My entire weekend was spent fighting people who want to make sure you never see this movie I don't make money from this movie I didn't produce it Dinesh did But I damn WellCare about our elections in the future of this country And I'm telling you they have everyone working behind the scenes threatening anyone who will listen about trying to pull this movie down So the fact checkers because they can't refute the evidence in the film And they can't declare it false First they had it labeled flawed which is not a fact check That's an opinion And now because flawed just so you understand how this works on fake book This is how these scumbags work If they put in flawed and missing context it'll put a notice on the post on Facebook flawed missing context to make it seem like it's wrong but it won't stop the distribution But if they make it partly false which they just changed it to it'll stop people they think from sharing it

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A Woman Came to Jesus

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:06 min | 5 months ago

A Woman Came to Jesus

"Well, we're going to loop finally at this encounter between Jesus and this particular lady. So first of all, then a woman came. That's how it's introduced while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper. He was there having a meal, a woman came. Now, if your Bible is open there, you will notice that chapter 13 is essentially all of that discourse. But it's quite interesting that that particular discourse in chapter 13 is framed on either side by the introduction of two women at the end of chapter 12, remember the widow's offering that Jesus has observed and to which he has drawn his disciples attention. So in verse 40 three, he says to them truly, truly, I say to you that this poor widow has put in more than all those who are contributing to the offering box. Why? Because he was measuring by sacrifice. Not by amount. He was measuring by proportion. So this lady had actually done something quite dramatic. And Jesus disciples were very slow to grasp the values of the kingdom. And you will notice, actually, that if your Bible is open, that it goes from Jesus pointing to this lady and saying, let me show you what it really means to be committed to the kingdom and to be involved in sacrifice. And it says, and as they came out of the temple, one of his disciples said Luke teacher what wonderful stones and what wonderful buildings. He said, were you listening to me or what? But it's just like there's Sunday morning service, isn't it? The pastor preaches his heart out in somebody comes out and says do you want to go to Denny's or should we go to such and such? Well, did you hear what the man said, yeah, but we're finished with what the man said. Yes, it was something about a lady. She put in our money, but we'd rather talk about the architecture than face the challenge of Jesus words. We'd rather talk about just about anything other than face the challenge that Jesus brings.

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"denny" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"denny" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"These fact checkers have become a festering stain a metastasizing cancer on this country Folks they have real power You know we laugh at them We mock them But the hard reality is if you have an account like I do on a fake book these fact checkers can destroy our ability to get information you need before the election They can do it and they've done it before I have been at war with fake book for about four years now I don't talk about it every day on the show because I don't want to waste your time Every single week there is another assault on our page Joe Biden looks He didn't look clueless He looked slightly confused That's mostly false You're like wait what Is that real This is what they do They sick a bunch of 14 year old fact checkers with degrees from Denny's certificates from Denny's and journalism and they write stories meant to protect the regime They're a festering stain on this country and a critical threat to democracy There's an alternative though folks I don't ask a lot you But me and many others it's not just me have been building out and constructing a parallel economy away from these people Well you don't have fake fact checkers trying to censor you You're not targeted and canceled for your political beliefs I'm asking you a favor I'll ask again if the because it matters after the break as it matters a lot to me Please go sign up for true social today Sign up for rumble And please if you're using stripe another company that is practiced cancel.

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"denny" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

07:10 min | 6 months ago

"denny" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Welcome to the NASCAR NBC podcast. I'm your host Nate Ryan and so glad to be joined for the first time this season by our resident Hall of Famer on NASCAR NBC Dale Jarrett, DJ. Welcome back to the show. Welcome back to Charlotte. Live in Phoenix full time. So good to see you here. Yeah, thank you. Glad to be back and always interesting to come back and catch up on things. I look at things from a different perspective sometimes whenever I'm away from everybody and kind of away from the scene a little bit and so I'm interested to see and hear about comments that people have to say in this part of the country because believe it or not, even when the race isn't in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area, there's a lot of fans out there that come up to me and talk about that. So what led to be back. So before we delve into the scene here, what's the scene been like in the Phoenix area where I presume you're playing a lot of golf these days, enjoying the weather. Yeah, yeah. I wish I were playing better, but the golf game is not very good, but I do play the weather is fantastic. Just really enjoying the time there. But fans are excited out there. As I think they are and showing us all over the country with what is happening. I will say that before the season started as people ask me my opinion of the new car. I was very hesitant because I really wasn't sure what may come of this and how it may perform. But I've been more than pleasantly surprised with how the competition has been. So people are recognizing that even fans that I'll call more casual fans that they're excited about what they've seen to this point and what may come as the drivers and teams get more custom with these cars. Definitely want to get into the new car in the next gen discussion with you DJ and we were just talking about before we got started here. That enthusiasm and the good racing that they've had this year and certainly that was evident on Sunday at Richmond Raceway and definitely want to talk about that on the NASCAR NBC podcast with you here today and I want to start DJ with the way the race unfolded was interesting and that you had these long green flag runs. You had the caution breaks, but it came down to essentially divergent strategies where Denny Hamlin makes an extra pit stop in the final hundred laps William Byron tries to stretch it. And it works out that Hamlin's strategy is better. What did you make about just how the whole 100 final laps unfolded and how you think the drivers handled it. Because if you're in the position of William Byron or Mark trex junior and you're being asked to stretch, I'm sure it's much different than Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick, where you've got tires that were almost 50 laps fresher. Yeah. And so let's start there in the fact that as a driver with fresher tires, very seldom are where they put in a position where there were cars that were faster than them that was costing them time, whereas if you were William Byron and many others Martin Truex Junior who were the first two there, they were having to not only worry about racing each other, but pay attention to faster cars coming at them and a lot of times cars that hadn't been faster than at any point in time during the race, but because they had these new tires. And so that's costing you time on the racetrack. And so trying to figure what you're doing at that particular time and what you need to be doing is way more difficult than what Danny and Kevin Harvick were going through and the way the situation they were put in by their teams with this strategy because they're always moving forward. They're being the aggressors and making passes where the other drives are just kind of hanging on and trying to get the most out of it and trying to win the race at the same time. So fascinating to watch. Interesting that a couple of teams changed their strategy kind of midstream in the race. And I don't even know if it was midstream. It might have been three quarter stream into this race that they opted out of a similar strategy that Denny and Kevin employed later in the race that put them first and second. So I would have to think that some of them might look back and as we go to other races that may be similar and certainly as we go back to Richmond the next time that they'll be looking at things a lot differently. William Byron made his last pit stop with 89 laps to go and again, he had enough fuel. He had enough tire to a degree to get to the end, it was just going to be a matter, could he maintain the pace and ultimately he couldn't. So you've been in that situation DJ in terms of you've started hundreds of cup races. I'm sure you've been in this situation before that he's in. Did you know watching that at some point, okay, sorry about the 24 is dead in the water here. Strategy is not going to work. Yeah. I mean, you have that idea, but I'll have to say that there was a lot going on. And so I'm not just going to fault Fox in the commentators there for not picking up on Danny and Kevin a little bit sooner to get their progression through the field because I felt like that we were kind of led to believe in what we could see on TV that this was going to be a battle between could William Byron hold off Martin Truex Junior for the biggest part of that last run. And let's say the last 25 or 30 laps that we could see that Truex was gaining and they were mentioning that. But we weren't talking about and weren't being told about Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick slicing through the field at that point in time. Yeah, but there was so much other stuff going on. You had Larsen who was making an appearance up into the top 5 for Canada the first time yesterday and so you had to pay attention was he's going to be able to pull this off among others. So it's so hard when you're there own tires that are much older than many of the cars. And again, sometimes you're letting cars go or having to race around others that you aren't necessarily haven't been accustomed to during that particular race or even many other times during other races. And so you're not exactly sure what to expect from them because they're so much faster and how are they going to handle this situation? Where are they going to go and how much room do you need to give them? So your focus is lost on trying to make your best lap time sometime and exactly where you need to be. And that's the difficult part of employing that strategy. You just hope that you've built up enough to give yourself the opportunity at the end. And certainly sounds like all the things you got going on there, it would favor somebody with experience of veteran and we see the top two finishers are two guys. Over 40, Denny Hamlin, and Kevin Harvick, 47th victory, and his career for Denny Hamlin first and 12 races. It ends a streak of 12 consecutive winners under the age of 30. And it also was Denny Hamlin's first top ten of 2022. And I believe Kevin Harvick's first top 5. What do you make of all that? I mean, 6 races into the cup season. Did you think that Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick would be without a top 5 and then to see them finish one two at Richmond? Yeah, you wouldn't think that even with the new car and the adjustments as a driver. And even as veteran drivers because these guys are so talented, you just have to imagine that they're going to adapt pretty quickly to any changes, but we can see it has been a struggle. And I won't say that even though they finished first and second, that were they necessarily a top 5 car all day long.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Update on the latest sports

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"denny" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"denny" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"That spot. Now we see non playoff drivers there. Dale junior and I won, there's a non playoff driver. But we were never in a position to never race anybody where we had to contend the spot. We had a little new tires by Tony Stewart. Matter of fact, Dylan, I had this conversation on the ride home. Jeff Gordon was closing. And Dale said, one reason why I went by Tony with such force. By flaming by the way, is because I knew my teammate. Needed to win this race to advance. And if he got to my bumper and moved me, I had no recourse. I knew he didn't say if he passed me. He said, if he got to my left rear and sent me up the racetrack with two to go with the playoffs on the line, he was like, yeah, what's Rick gonna say? He's like, that man, he's in the playoffs. He's trying to move forward, like, you were the guy he had to get around? Like that would have been, quote, acceptable. So we raced knowing he can not get to our left rear. Flip that, right? Now, a non playoff guy drove with such tenacity to win a race, not his first career win, not as first of the year. His fourth win of the year, I don't want to discount the specialness of a win because it's huge. And I want them to race for wins. But that's the question in my mind. He drove so far into the corner that he lost control of his vehicle and wrecked a playoff guy. I'm confident Alex Bowman didn't know if he was good on points or not good on points, like he didn't know any of that. Now fortunately for Denny Hamlin, he was, but what happens if he wasn't? One happened if that would have been the move that limited for playoffs, would people have a different view? Same action different result when people have a different opinion. Those are all the things I question, right? There's a lot that goes into these decisions. Well, Alex Bowman felt as if he was justified because ham wanted taken him out at Texas the previous year and apologized for it. So he's like, hey, the shoe's already been on the other foot. And he also felt because the lab four 78 restart, Bowman took the lead after getting into him a little bit. And then just you guys said on the broadcast, I think, Burton was like, oh my God, he's getting over. He was Dale junior said it just he'd pulled out of the way and let Denny.

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"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

PODSHIP EARTH

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

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"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

PODSHIP EARTH

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

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"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

PODSHIP EARTH

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

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"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

PODSHIP EARTH

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

"What did that experience. Feel like growing up in richmond when you have parents that come from the refugee experience or they lost. Nearly everything had to run away from home and then they get stuck in you know or they get put in place like richmond which has been a community that has been like heavily impacted by corporate polluters. Or just you know a deep disinvestment from the government and so many different things. It's really hard. I remember growing up in north richmond news on the most toughest experiences just because you know throughout my whole life surrounded by violence pollution a camera. How many times. I've had like friends and family passwords either from gun violence or from various cancers and having to go to soulmate funerals. It's hard for you to try and like internalize it and make sense of it. You just kind of become anger world while also having this pressure put on you saying like you know your parents go to college your parents and have a former education. They came to this country trying to like you know escape life that they once knew they want you to go to college. Do all the right things in our at select succeed in this world of capitalism and it becomes very difficult because no roadmap. There's no one could tell you like okay. You have to go to school okay. What i need to school for. You have to try matron this okay. For what so you can make money ashi like get out of poverty and like live the quote unquote american dream. I think when you put all that pressure vinnie generation. It tends to break them in a horrible way. That's why you see. So many children are folks that like got immersed in like the violence of it all and just given up on life the so many people in richmond that are broken but there's also a lot of individuals that are resilient trying to fight and like make do what they can. Danny like how. How is your vision. For environmental justice has been shaped by by the incredible diversity of richmond itself. Sloughs the diverse. Like black lennox and southeast asian community in richmond and throughout that time it was really a space for people to come together and heal coming from so many different backgrounds of trauma as you connect was live experiences being displaced from your home but then finding connections and comfortable finish other. I think one of the most important things to is like our communities are very resilient one of the things that really inspired me was seeing my grandmother as she goes to the community garden within my elementary school and seeing her and like folks from honduras and different loss of life. Who don't even speak the same language but communicate with each other through the soil in other ways and he'll each other because we're trying to navigate this new world and as you're working with the community. Do you have like a specific set of organizing principles in mind. My goals organizers to continue. Bring that hope alive because we are. We are very resilient within each other. And we cut all political home and organiz and ashi fight against these big polluters i think. Apn is given like such rich history of what it means to ask you. Organized fight bill community power and win campaigns against giant corporations corporate polluters. That have so much money empower the community and are the in our political system but we the people could actually unite and fight against these individuals and bring our power back. We've gone through so much trauma and like found so much refuge in power within each other you know. So it's like. I think my big goal and vision for us to continue keeping that trying to live all the work that are my oldest has been putting in since the nineties and really concerned that within the younger generation i want to empower the people to realize that if we come together fights organiz and really built this power. We could have all.

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"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

PODSHIP EARTH

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

"Out of richmond. California tonight residents of richmond and san pablo are being told to shelter in place because of a fire at a chevron refinery you can see the flames as far away as san francisco so when the chevron expulsion. They don't have notification in an election language. and then i'm and all of us. Nobody no Nobody had received the the warning from the explosive with this supposed to. And then we try to top that among us in the lotion committee and we have i. I remember hamlin. We had like six over sixty house. Party we'll go talk to them about an issue and up to that ripping. Everybody come to one big meeting right and said what are we going to do. So a lot of people said how about as a government radio station in lao language about the newspaper. An seven lie ken. They do something about a warning system itself in different language. We say we don't know let's go as the county. So when we as the county the county as the the vendor who who provide a one exhibited or they can put up to forty two language right say hey that's that that is the thing and we come back an entire communities that last pursue that so of course. We can't pay me as accountable. I should to implement in their warning. System in mitty lingo. The warning system was a as i my stolen to to like concrete Touted committee that yet we can as a government to result an issue that impact. How community so tell me a little bit about the ap ns leadership academy. It's very cool. So we train the leader all of that and train them. How to lobby have the go-to city council on certain issues and policy. That'd be good for a lot of time at the the corporation us label and again the committee asked like oh take away their their job. You know even went job and healthy. You not not not one. Another we went board went good job healthy job and healthy community and they still use that all the time and and a lot of time it worked for them and a lotta time doesn't pull them because we know that it's not we. We always support good job in and healthy job. Healthy place a work But also healthy environment healthy community right so we always stand on that foundation. I'm always pro about the committee organizing always but listen. This country people understand individual us have apollo because we can would right that as a power that people have but a lot of people. Don't understand that but also a lot of people understand that now. They tried to take away from people. It's so complicated. Because of the politician in this country are very complicated and for us immigrant refugee committee. Just don't understand sometime. They almost there and we know you cannot stop. You can keep up the fight. So danny how did you get engaged in this fight for environmental justice back in two thousand. Eighteen i was doing photo. Journalism during the global climate action summit and the people's march or climate jobs injustice in the morning. Her torn along of elder leaders. Actually speaking on a mike. And i only heard like a few parts of the speeches but it was..

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"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

PODSHIP EARTH

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

"Of local activists met in washington. Dc for the first national people of color and environmental justice summit in nineteen ninety-one. It's spot the birth of a movement. One of the flowers. That bloomed was the asian pacific environmental network apn which was founded in nineteen ninety-three to build the leadership of asian immigrant and refugee communities to fight for environmental justice in richmond california. A city of one hundred thousand people on san francisco bay a pen connected with the growing lay ocean community that had resettled there after being displaced from that homeland by the us war in vietnam and the secret war in laos community members had lived for many years and refugee camps in thailand the philippines and other southeast asian countries before being resettled in the us richmond quickly became a hub fillet ocean refugee families but many didn't know that over three hundred fifty toxic facilities in the city and that residents had high rates of asthma and cancer through grassroots education organizing and advocacy a pen and lay ocean community leaders began launching and winning campaigns for environmental justice. Today i talk with tom number. Sort who escaped layoffs in one thousand nine hundred ninety five and lived in richmond. Ever since thome is part of the heart and soul of a pen and has helped recruit and train the next generation including danny competent. Thong who in his mid twenties has already become a key organizer for justice in richmond. Tolman denia taking me on a tour of richmond from toxic sites to farmers markets. Before we head out we meet in the office in a strip mall in. Richmond stopped.

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"denny" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"That's okay that home stasis may call it all different things you can be fancy at man you can call it buddha nature you can call it divine self. You can quote it home yesterday. Says it doesn't matter if you sacred or profane so to me. It's about increasing. The toolbox of what makes me feel k. And to bring some joy into my life because we drink to feel okay to soften the edge diminish thanks. -iety and bring a bit of euphoria and i i feel. The world is divided into two kinds of people people who can sip a glass half every night and softening of systems and those of us probably all your listeners. Actually feel the effect of what alcohol is which is a neuro toxin and they start to speak in ways that aunt themselves behave in ways. that aren't themselves increase. The depression increased anxiety. So if you met. I group where your glass and a half is just soft and you manage. It's wonderful but if you in this other group we have to find this huge basket and you start. small Will talk about a bit later. About what other the tools of gathered in thirty years. And you have to. I have replaced it with things that commie and make me feel okay and on a good day they give me some joy and on a on on one of my difficult days. They just call me. You know it's enough. It's enough just to you know just to feel not excruciating to feel okay. You're listening to a podcast from tribe sober. If you'd like to join our warm and welcoming community just head on over to tribe sober dot com and hit the membership tab that's www dot tribe sober dot com..

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"denny" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"denny" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Begun. All conversation by asking robbins introduce herself first of all. I'd like to sam. I'm really excited to be here. Janet because tribe. Soba is something i believe in with my whole being and i think it's extraordinary work that you're doing. I am an artist. A painter and a filmmaker I'm also a mother of two daughters. Who i'm nine and ten i'm a wife sista and most importantly i'm a person trying to come home to myself to come hooked part within me. That's in with all of us. That is actually okay. In some kind of homeo- stasis and then from that point to share whatever small bits of wisdom. I have with the rest of the world. That's it so beautiful. Introduction woman thanking. Let's let's delve into those drinking day following the gory details acid me federal. How old were you when you had. I drink flits go back. Well points knowing that i would speak to you today. I actually mapped out a time line because as you know some of it's quite blurry but i think i started drinking quite seriously In my final school from seventeen to twenty

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"denny" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"denny" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"We never discussed it. Until this convention last year. And And, Danny brought it up denny. Said you know I, it was it was it was an interesting. It was an interesting time, and I'm glad that it was you that did. That storyline I thought you, I thought you understood house character Really, well in you, you know you you did You did a good job of portraying him sort of coming apart at the seams. and May I was just I was walking on air for a week. Because you know Denny O'Neil the how Jauregui tells you did okay. Bye Bye! How That's. Carries a lot of weight. That's a big deal then. When you take that one you put in your pocket and you okay. Yeah, that's that's a win. That's no matter how you slice it from. Forget all the financial benefits that say you go home going all right. I got that in my column. Yeah I mean we, you know so. We were having this discussion at Denny's table, and then they came and got us for panel, and I remember you know very distinctly continuing this discussion in the elevator did they took us down to the to the to the first floor of this convention center, so we could go to the panel and we ended up having Having the discussion sort of backstage the curtains behind the behind the panel, and the Denison town needs. You know sort of secrets of that day that I've never heard and have I came to the decision. To Claw me in the call and everything. And then we had to go on stage like the panel. Often we you know we got introduced. One by one and I'm taking I, don't WanNa. Go Station to a panel I. Just want to sit here and have denny. taught to me. But we had to go. We had to go through this hour and a half handle, and and then I, you know we ended up. was sort of towards the end of the show, and we just went back to our tables and packed up and left for the day, but it's. It's I'm so glad that I had that chance to. Spend some real real quality time with Danny because you don't often get a chance to do that. particularly at a show, or even if you're having a meeting. When Denny was on staff, there's there's always something else going on so to have that opportunity to. Kind of just sit there and and Baskin Denny's glow for a while. is is a very special for me. At like that. That's that's a great story and I can imagine Talked about at the very beginning of this that unfortunately you don't. You don't have the chance to tell often. The stories Ghetto I kind of. To bring back the Bruce, right My son had never watched bruce on Broadway and this past weekend we were going through it and We got the wish. And he said. How have I never heard the song? This is one of the greatest songs ever and In in I was thinking a. All the things in the stories that that guitar brought us right. And I guess the same way all the stories. The things that you're writing has brought to you. and he's gotta be at least. I know he is not your main influence. You have shared with that in the past about there have been people that have been your rabbi. Your Mentor, but this guy didn't feel good that the guy. Said Hey. Kid Yet it okay. Yeah, it's a it's a huge deal. And I? You know I don't. I frankly don't like I don't. Pay Any attention to the criticism, so that means frankly campaigning attention to the accolades that somebody buys at your feet, either but. That's that's one that I'm going. Be You know I'll be telling people about twenty years? Absolutely it should. very nice. I. It may be time to take him out. And He's insistent. Yes, well. We have been talking an hour, so I'm going to use that as a sign. It up no warning. Yes though as always I could just keep talking to you over and over again and I'm sure we will talk again if any final thoughts you wanNA share. Just that I would since we. Got Together to to talk about a denny on this one I would I would urge people who. Maybe aren't familiar with his stuff to go read some of that some of that religion Green Arrow I know they've made some of those issues available for free. I saw comic site. At. It's look date. They are to a certain extent. I'm. Time capsules these stories. Were were created fifty years ago. So you have to keep that in mind, but still a powerful stories, beautiful art that's one of the best guys doing his thing at the at the height of his powers, so Denny's Denny's Batman. Denny's relented greener. And definitely the question. You're going to. It's going to be time whilst. Very nice, and how about yourself? What are you were on? And how can someone reach you if they want to? right website is Ron Marz dot, com the. These be updated Twitter at Ron Marz. And, there's a bunch of coming out in the next few months that I can't talk about yet, so you? Ultimately, you have to have me back and then. I can announce all this stuff that sounds great. That sounds absolutely wonderful. Ron I appreciate your thoughts about any sharing about where we are with the pandemic and black lives, matter and Bruce's always you are a great guests than you are a wonderful person, and I cannot wait to in the either near or soon to be near future where we will get to meet each other at a convention and share a hug and in. We'll get to discuss some stuff in person. That sounds awesome I think that's that's on our horizon. I don't think we know when but you know we'll? We'll get there if we behave ourselves, so you stay safe. Everybody else say and thanking listeners. Thank you so much. You have a great night and we will talk to you..

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"denny" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"denny" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Was You know my interactions with denny were were always. Always pleasant because he didn't seem to know he was denny, O'Neil. He was just. He treated you as an equal any treated you as another creator in another craftsman And any anytime I, you know. I reason to interact professionally with Danny. He just created me like I was walking on the same plane. Is he was even though very few of ever walked on the same plane as as. One of the one of the stories that that I told is that. One of the Times that I had to sit down and have a meeting with any is when Bernie. Wrightson and I were going to do the Batman Aliens Crossover between DC dark horse in the. Mid To late nineties against sort of. Later Nineties And it was being handled editorially at dark horse, but obviously we needed to. The blessing in the input Batman Office. And Denny being the Batman Office we had to have denny's. The the project was approved that we had to go through the story with him and make sure that everything was was was copacetic with him and so You know burning i. both lived in upstate New York at the time, so I believe Bernie drove in that day, so we hopped in the car and drove in New York, and and when up to the DC offices. Met met up with Danny and he said let's go to lunch and whenever I go to lunch. that meant going to Denny's favored Indian restaurant which was totally would make seventy in food so we so we went to this Indian restaurant. We got there a little later in the afternoon, and so was fairly deserted and we sat at A. We sat around table and. Just, you know frankly just kind of shot the shit for an hour or two. And didn't really talk about the story to great extent. and. I started to get nervous. I'm thinking man as he, is he? Is he just working up the. Working up the nerve to say, you know this thing's not gonNA workout. You're both fire. so the so the whole meal goes on and we have. We have desert and Indian tea. And finally when the bill comes, and then he takes the bill. You know he's putting it on DC's account. It goes Oh yeah I guess. I guess we gotTA. Talk about this Batman Aliens Project. Yeah, you guys know what you're doing, so go have fun. Oh, that's that's great. So, obviously, there's you know there's a there's a sigh of relief that comes with that prime. He goes. Oh, okay our our projects air products safe and we're. We can do what we need to do, but also just the fact that the Denny O'Neil. Is Kinda like. You're fine you're you. You've passed the test. You've passed muster That's that's kind of a big deal. Think and you know you WANNA play it off as as I'll this is. This is this is just cool. Comics professionals hanging out together, but Denny's opinion obviously carried quite a bit of weight, and if you was a writer in particular sort of got any stamp of approval. It meant something. Yeah, and for those of you who are not big comic fans that are listening to this just because you're it's bruce spot gas in your a wonderful listener There was a time when because of the comic book of the because of the TV show Batman had gotten very campy and for word cartoonish. and in the book. and. Then he is I. Guess One of the People that when he took over right decided to have Batman go back to his roots. Is that a fair summary? Yeah, you know me the certainly one of the most malleable characters, comments and Even Superman to great extent is. These are characters who are. Literary icons now. They're not just comic book characters, and and they've been through so many iterations over the last eighty years It's It's really kind of There's a flexibility to the character so Batman. One initially introduced in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine. You know had a had a gun in. was you know and it was not? Bad guys because they needed kill Batman in the Batman by the you know late forties into the early fifties. The they introduced robin because they want to give them a a. you know a partner who was a kid so that kids will be more prone to reading the book and you know and in the fifties Batman kind of turns into this boy scout these. The smiling scout leader and those stories are great to absolutely In the sixties TV show, but in the mid sixties the TV shows become becomes a national sensation. Obviously, the comic reflects the kind of stories they're doing in the in the TV show sort of big pop art Kinda goofy stories with with these larger than life villains, and that lasted a while And then when the TV show went away, backing kind floundered in quite know what to do with Batman. And in the seventies, the early seventies is when denny came in. As the writer with Neal Adams Adams's the artist and turn Batman back into. The Dark Knight turned him back into. This sort of kind of grim avenger? of of the night and really sorta pave the way for the for the Batman that. That? We know the Batman. In, the first Tim Burton. Movie all of that stuff you can trace back to. Denny in Neil doing they're almost gothic version of Batman in in the book. In the early seventies it was it was reinvention on a on a large scale. Really and it really obviously really work Batman. Turn back into. This more grim series character, and very very much a contrast more of a contrast to superman than he'd been in a long time. And I think without those nineteen seventies comics that denny road. You've never had dark knight returns and Batman Year One by Frank Miller in the eighties, which really kind of paved the way for for the public to..

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"denny" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"denny" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The magi cues Denny's one dollar and eighty seven cents that was all she put it aside one soon to and then another and then another in her careful buying of meat and other food dell accounted it three times one dollar and eighty seven cents in the next day would be Christmas there was nothing to do but fall on the bed and cry so della did it well the lady of the home is slowly growing quieter we can look at the home itself furnished rooms at a cost of eight dollars a week there's a little more to say about it in the hole below was a litter box too small to hold a letter there was an electric bill but he could not make a sound also there was a name beside the door Mister James telling him young when the name was placed there Mister James dealing him young was being paid thirty dollars a week now when he was being paid only twenty dollars a week the name seemed too long an important it should perhaps of been Mister James D. young but when Mr James telling him young entered the furnished rooms his name became very short indie Mrs James dealing him young put her arms warmly around a man called in gym you've already met her she is della tell a sinister crying and clean the marks of it from her face she stood by the window and looked out with no interest tomorrow would be Christmas day then she still only had a dollar eighty seven with which the by Jim idea should put aside as much as she could for months with this result twenty dollars a week is not much you know everything that cost more than she'd expected it always happen like that only a dollar eighty seven to buy a gift for Jim heard Jim she had had many happy hours planning something nice for him something nearly good enough something almost worth the honorable longing to Jim there was a looking glass between the windows of the room no perhaps you've seen the kind of looking glass that is placed in a dollar furnished rooms it was very narrow a person could only see a little of himself at a time however if he was very thin and moved very quickly he might be able to get a good view of himself della being quite soon had mastered the art suddenly she turned from the window and stood before the glass her eyes were shining brightly lit her face had lost all its color quickly she pulled down her hair and let it fall to it's completely the James doing him young's were very proud of two things which they owned one thing was Jim's gold watch it had once belonged to his father then long ago it had belonged to his father's father the other thing was tell us here if the queen and lived in the rooms near there's dello would have washed and dried her here for the queen could see it Ellen knew her hair was more beautiful than any queens jewels and gifs if the king had lived in the same house with all its riches Jim would have looked at his watch every time the men Jim knew that no king had anything so valuable so now dell is beautiful here fell about her shining like a falling stream of brown water it reached below her knees almost made itself into a dress for her and then she put it up on a hit again nervously and quickly once you stop for a moment still still want tier two ran down her face she put on a roll brown coat she put on a roll brown hand and with a bright light still in her eyes she moved quickly out the door and down the street where she stopped the sign said missus so phony share articles of all kinds up.

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"denny" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"denny" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"NA member FDIC happy fifty fifth birthday a to the reverend run from run DMC. Happy Birthday to him. I don't care good. Lock wanted to do that for him. Honor of stugatz being a better rapper. Then him as you just heard am reading something about. Don't body wash from from the Damian Lillard collection Roy How is Dolemite is my name Eddie. Murphy has come out of the shadows now and his working He's working big egg working publicly. He's doing big things for net flex Beverly Hills Cop. Four is coming out. Is that stand up that Eddie. Murphy's also GonNa be for Netflix. How much did it athletes flakes? Pay Him how much did those hedge fund people pay they. Didn't they pay Chapelle. A hundred million dollars. How much did you get any murphy to work like this? What kind of money did they throw? What is this sustainable for an ethics? Honestly I question I. I've actually been told what I have been told. God I I wanna I know that I have my facts right on this before going down this path but that the creative community is kind of frustrated with what Netflix is doing because what they do they throw this giant money at Chapelle to get people over there for stand up stuff and then what they do is they do nothing but cheap stuff off after that they're doing nothing but cheap stuff. The comics can't get anything once. They've established it and that what they're doing to creativity is the throwing big money at big big things but when it's popular. They just shuffled away and just get all the data that they need to collect to find out where the demos are they can hit. And then eventually they'll just sell the thing. The reports say that just for the stand up specials. NETFLIX IS GONNA pay Eddie. Somewhere in the neighborhood of seventy million dollars just for the special so how is how always How has dolemite is my name? I thought it was excellent. DOLEMITE is my name is basically a docu comedy about Rudy Ray Moore and how he built his career from being Astana Santa Comic Away to a movie star. And there's nothing better than radar. Eddie Murphy you know win. The last movie was ready Murphy. Nineteen ninety nine okay so life so he is working blue yes he's broken blue and it's good and it's good because comedy does not intend to age. Well Yeah Yeah it is very hey good and I think it's a resurgence of Nice as well. I mean it was all right greg. I look forward to watching it at Lebatardshow on twitter. Let's update the polls got. It comes in a box. Is it a board game. Sixty five percent of the audience said Yes is battleship aboard board game. Of course it is. Eighty one percent of the audience said yes is battleship ship. The exclusive domain of the deceitful. Seventy nine percent of the audience said yes. Hey paint how about you come out with a paid hate that you don't need to ninety three percent of the audience that yes big winner for you. Here's the big one today. Thank is is this the one about. Who Does Mike Ryan look most likely? They're showing on the screen on the ESPN news. And Chris. You hit it out of the park. You really did with a With something about Mary met Dylan. But we've got Nicholas Cage. Mike grinds got a Fu Manchu Moustache. She's got an open floral shirt and he's got a white t-shirt he sure underneath and we can't decide whether it's Nicolas Cage from raising Arizona or Ace Ventura pet detective. Here's the vote nineties. Tom selleck Matt Dillon. Well and I think right nailed it. The right one is leading right now. Thirty nine percent of the audience says cage in raising Arizona. I can't I can't believe though having just seen it on the screen. It's jarring to me. I think if people saw what we saw on the screen before that Matt Dillon in something about Mary Mike which would you vote for. You have seen them. Scroll along the screen. Lorenzo has done a bang-up job of getting a attention a bunch of books together. Which one would you vote for Mike on who it is that you look most like with that ridiculous Moustache and outfit given the assured probably Dylan the teeth? How about the giant Teeth Finkel?.

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