35 Burst results for "Devin"
The Dan Bongino Show
Will Cain: Working out With Former Defensive End Devon Still
"Yesterday I was in Houston and I'm doing this piece on Fox and Friends for Fox and Friends for Devin still He's an amazing dude He played defensive tackle for the Bengals You probably heard a story at one point his daughter got diagnosed with neuroblastoma cancer Yes yes unfortunately I have her yeah She survived She's good She's 12 and I went and visited with them And he's an absolute champ just a font of wisdom You meet people in your life or smart people wise people stand out You're like I don't know what it is but you've managed to figure out a lot of really important life lessons Which by the way is one of the reasons I'm conservative because of the wisdom involved in the eternal principles But anyway so Devin and I worked out Dan and that was part of the thing we're going to work out together And he's boxing So I boxed for the first time yesterday And I shadowed And I hit bags And then are you still this feeling today I didn't even know I had these muscles I feel like high back Totally dude boxing will wear your ass out bro boxing it's not just if you're doing it right and I'm sure Devin told you this A punch is about 30% arm And about another 20% 25% leg and the rest is rotational core Only street dogs use all arm and that's why they can't fight But when you get rid of boxer and he teaches you how to properly body hook you realize this is mostly legs and core And if you're doing it right on that heavy bag you wake up the next day and you're right you're like my gosh that hurts Why does my lower back card No boxing is great There's nothing like it
AP News Radio
Bucks clinch playoff spot, top Suns 116-104 for 50th win
"Giannis scientist led the way with 36 points, Brooke, Lopez, added 21, the NBA leading bucks defeated the sons one 16 to one O four. Yanis added 11 rebounds and 8 assists, the bucks became the first team to win 50 games and clinch a spot in the playoffs. I think the last three games just played play off atmosphere. It's really good for us. It's really good for us to be up, lose a game. To be downtown, come back to the game, be up ten. They came back, they would keep our proposal win the game by ten. It's good. Devin Booker had 30 points to lead the sons who have now lost three straight games following the injury to Kevin Durant. George Canada, Phoenix
AP News Radio
Durant tiebreaker lifts Suns over Mavs in showcase of stars
"Kevin Durant scored 37 points, including the tie breaking jump shot with 11 seconds to go to lift the Phoenix Suns past the Dallas Mavericks one 30 to one 26. Son's third straight win while the Mavericks lost 6 of their last date. Durant says it felt great to get a fun victory. Being a fourth quarter game when we had to, you know, be locked and all the way to the last possession. It's always fun, you know, playing against two all world Hall of Fame players as well on the other side. It just makes the game even better. So I'm glad we can come out here and get a W Devin Booker added 36 points for Phoenix while Luka Dončić led the mask with 34. Kyrie Irving had 30. Bob Stephens Dallas
AP News Radio
Kevin Durant scores 23 points in Charlotte in Suns debut
"Kevin Durant made his son's debut and helped them end the hornet's 5 game winning streak one O 5 91 Durant scored 23 points on ten of 15 shooting in the wire to wire win. He was playing for the first time at 7 weeks and suffering a knee injury while with the nets. Devin Booker dropped in 37 points while Deandre ayton added 16 with 16 rebounds in the sun's 7th win in ten games. Kelly Uber junior led the hornets with 26 points and Terry Rozier added 20, but Charlotte fell to 20 and 44. I'm Dave fairy.
AP News Radio
Georgia star Jalen Carter charged with racing in fatal wreck
"One of college football's top players has been charged in a fatal crash. Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter faces charges of reckless driving and racing in conjunction with the January 15th crash that killed a teammate and a recruiting staff member. Carter is projected as one of the top players in next month's NFL Draft, an arrest warrant issued by the Atkins Clark county police department, alleges Carter was racing as 2021 Jeep track hawk against a 2021 Ford expedition driven by the recruiting staffer 24 year old Chandler la Croix. The crash occurred just hours after the bulldog celebrated their second straight national championship with a parade in ceremony. La Croix in Georgia offensive lineman Devin wallach were killed in the crash. I'm Mike Hempen
AP News Radio
Bucks outlast Suns 104-101 for 14th consecutive victory
"The box picked up their 14th straight win despite the absence of Giannis intent to kupo, pulling out a one O four one O one win over the suns. Drew holiday poured in 33 points and brook Lopez made a tie breaking layup with 24.8 seconds remaining. Lopez finished with 22 points and 12 rebounds, while Middleton added 11 points and ten boards. Middleton hit Lopez for the go ahead basket. This is just a huge threat offensively. And so they knew it they had a plan like that. You know, go contest that shot and he's a great playmaker. He sees everything. So he saw him step up and a great play. Devin Booker scored 24 points and Deandre ayton had 22 with 11 rebounds for the sons. I'm Dave ferry.
The Podcast On Podcasting
"devin" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Sometimes it would be months over the years later after they had been visited. And then they talk a little bit about a situation that they went through and then he will call back an episode to he'll be like, oh yeah, this is Devin Hubbard and he was on our podcast back in episode 2000. It was an episode where we really got into his best advice ever. Today we're going to talk about a situation that happened with one of his apartment buildings and how he almost lost $500,000. Let's dive in. And so then now I'm going to listen to a different episode where you're on, but he's also calling back to the other episode, which is going to, in many cases, get your listener to listen to two different episodes because they want to hear it. And it also gives Devon an opportunity to come back on the show. And Devin, another opportunity to be excited that he's on Joe farrow's podcast again. And he's more likely to promote it. So just going back to this formula of having some solo and some group, some interview, the benefit of having the solo or co hosted is that YouTube are the expert. It's you who's giving the value. It's you who the listeners related relating to and resonating with and wanting to hire or wanting to partner with, if you miss out on that, if Joe Farrell never had follow along Friday and only did interviews, it might be hard for people to want to put their money with him. But because they know him and understand him, it helps them to know like trust. And now he's raising hundreds of millions of dollars. I think he owns like 2 billion in assets. So he's probably raised like $300 million with him and his partners. Shit, ton of money. A lot of money.
The Podcast On Podcasting
"devin" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"It's totally fine. Not a big deal here. I'm just casual. And I think that there's some benefit to having it like that, somewhat natural and approachable, so I'm not asking you to lose that approachable personality. But I am still asking you to kind of change the energy, whereas just come in at least a level 6, you both should be slightly above average, it shouldn't be over the top. It shouldn't be, you know, welcome back to moment. This is Devin and I madam, and I can't wait to help you out today. It doesn't have to be crazy. It just has to have some positive energy behind it. That you think that what you're talking about today is important. That you think that what you're talking about could be life-changing to your listener. That you think that what you're talking about today is different from what they could get on any other podcast. And if that's not true, then you have to make it true. You have to have content that is unique. You have to feel like it's awesome. Don't make a podcast episode that is boring. Don't make a podcast episode that is, that doesn't matter. And if it matters, show that it matters by having a little bit more enthusiasm behind both of your voices and additionally, if one of you starts out, I think it was Devin, who started this episode. If one of you starts out at like a level three or four, the other person is going to match and mirror that on accident. So Devin's going to come out at a three and a half and then Jesse can't come in at a 6 or he's going to sound weird. He doesn't want to outshine Devin so without even thinking about it, Jesse's going to be boring too. Does that make sense? Yeah. Okay. Mountain Dew. You all want to become
AP News Radio
Suns top Kings 120-109 with Durant watching from bench
"Devin Booker led the way with 32 points, Deandre ayton added 29 points at 11 rebounds as the sun defeated the king's one 20 to one O 9. It was their 5th win in their last 6 outings. Booker says he's feeling stronger after missing 21 games with a left groin strain. You know, after the first week, it's kind of like, I am here now to get the most out of it. So a lot of strength training, a lot of leg work can, you know, tonight at the field. I feel really good. Chris Paul had a season high 19 assists and 17 points for the sons who are now 32 and 27. Deer and fox had 35 to lead the kings, their record falls to 32 and 25. George Tanner Phoenix
AP News Radio
Ayton, Booker lead Suns past Pacers a day after Durant trade
"The sun's led by as many as 26 points in a one 17 one O four winded Indiana. Deandre ayton had 22 points and 11 rebounds, helping Phoenix when the battle of the board 64 45. Sun's coach Monty Williams. I thought DA's energy effort, the Jews, the communication on the glass. I thought it gave everybody a ton of whatever you want to call it. Especially on a back to back. Devin Booker provided 21 points and Chris Paul added 19 for the sons Benedict Mather and posted 22 points while all star tyrese Halliburton finished with 18 and 5 assists for the pacers. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
FBI finds additional document with classified markings in search of Pence's home
"And adviser to former vice president Mike Pence says an additional classified document was recovered during an FBI search of pence's home in Indiana. This was described as a consensual search of the Pence family home, not a raid, and negotiated with Justice Department. Pence adviser Devin O'Malley says during the 5 hour search, one document that was marked classified and 6 other pages without markings were removed by the FBI. Mike Pence's attorney requested a review of records stored at his home. After the uproar over the discovery of classified documents, found at former presidents, Trump and Biden's personal residences. Some Pence documents were discovered in January and reported to the national archives. And now these additional pages have been found. Pence and his wife are away in California,
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Caller Molly Puts the Pieces Together on the Whole Biden Scandal
"Cause it's Friday. First up, it's Molly, line one, San Antonio. Hi doctor G, I called you last week about the timing of the Penn Biden center in D.C. thing and Joe taken off back to and I happened to catch cash Patel. I think he was talking to Brian on Fox and Friends saying that he thought that they were tipped off by something they saw in the laptop. I mean, in the DoJ. And of course, of course, they told him and then that night, Tucker did his opening. I don't know if you saw it where he had the email that hunter was sending to Devin archer about, hey, we've got to get this wrapped up before my guy goes over there. And all the points. In 24 items in this long email and also Tucker was showing the box on the dining room table. And you know Hunter Biden could never have written that. You read it and you knew it was something from CIA analysts or something governmental, State Department and he said, you've got to get all this and then Devin archer went to The White House to see Joe and then Joe took off for Ukraine, but in any case, I got to thinking about all of this and I thought that's how they knew to go look at that and that woman lawyer that went that was a previous White House counsel? Yes. Guess who and then she became Biden's personal lawyer. She's Perkins Kuwait. Well, of course, of course, they're all really, they're all connected. I haven't seen that and then here's something I do want you to check with Gordon Chang about. I think it came out from Gordon in the last year, how all of a sudden the assets that we had in China were grabbed up. You mean, you mean intelligence assets? Yes. And of course they were exposed.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Why Meta Allowing Trump Back Onto Platforms Is a Trap
"Isn't it coincidental nation that yesterday? Just as meta said, hey, come on back. We'll restore you to Facebook and Instagram. At that very moment, there was a news story leaked that Trump planned to go back on those platforms and would dump truth social. Truth social, of course, the social media platform that he founded and supported Devin Nunes runs it now. And many of us are on truth social. So the rumor they were floating around was that Trump would come back on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram and truth social would be no more. First of all, not true. The president made it very clear that he's quite pleased with how he is able to reach people on true social. But the fact that he had to issue the statement in response to the fake news story shows what they were trying to do. They were trying to torpedo his independent voice. They were trying to torpedo the business model. Because all they needed to do was flowed out the ether, the fact that Trump will be going to the other platforms and off of his own, it would crater their business model. And he's too smart a businessman to do that, certainly. And that's the other reason why, you know, in conjunction with this, he's not going to leave truth social and if he goes back on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, he's diluting his message and therefore hurting the true social business. If he's posting the same thing all places, why would you go to something like truth social if you were not already there? That is the big selling point for truth social.
The Dan Patrick Show
"devin" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Figure skating championships January 26th through the 29th on NBC and peacock that carries our program. Here's a stat for you. Dak Prescott's record 25 or less pass attempts is 16 and one. His record when he throws more than 26 passes, 45 and 35, including two and four in the postseason. Style of the day started the day sky of the day this is the state of the day. He's the better looking of the McCourty brothers he's Devin McCourty to patriot safety won three super bowls and he joins us on the program. I thought that'd bring a smile to your face. I called you the better looking McCourty brother. It's been a rough man everywhere I've gone so far all I keep hearing about is how great he's doing on TV. He's this. He's there. I just don't see it. Why is he not playing? Or why are you still playing? Well, he started a year before me. So I had to make sure I caught up to him. But you know, he got an old and slow, so the other time. All right, we're going to play the Devin McCourty game and Pauly, would you give the official rules here? Devin camp play, but he can listen to this. So Devin started his career as a cornerback, then switched to safety in year three. So he has played 205 career games at cornerback, basically at the end of how many games. 205. He started every game of his career. So I got me thinking, that seems like a lot of games for a safety. Wow. Over 200. Okay, how many safeties in NFL history have started 205 games or more like Devin mccordy hits? And can you name any of them? Can we name it? Did one play for the Steelers? No, I'll give you the teams. There's only three all time. One was a patriot quite a while. One was an eagle forever. One was mostly in Atlanta.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Trump Media CEO Devin Nunes on Fixing Government Leaks
"President Trump comes back in 2024, you've got to set the tone very rapidly. You can't have leaks in the first week. Right. Something has to be done. Well, I mean, look, the problems have spiraled out of control. I mean, the contagion now has reached the archives. It's reached the SEC, all of the military, with all the woke garbage. And how they're treating these service members that don't want to get don't want to get the COVID vaccine. So there is so much now to fix, it's really it's going to take the American people. Hopefully you see, I mean, how many more people need to leave California, Illinois, and New York. Before eventually, those people that are left in those states realize, well, wait a second. What happened to my neighbors? What's going on with this economy? Why is there a homeless people all around? So look, this is going to come down. It's coming down to just a few states. Here we are two years out. This race, whoever it's going to be, I'm not convinced it's going to be Biden, by the way, because I think he's got a real problem with this with these documents. But it's going to come down to basically Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan. And somebody's got to break through those states.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Kevin McCarthy Kicks Schiff and Swalwell Off Their Committees
"Kevin McCarthy and you Speaker of the House coming out guns ablazing shift the most mendacious individual on Capitol Hill kicked off the committee, Eric swalwell, who strangely can not say the following words. I never slept with a Chinese intelligence officer. He can't say that. It's so strange he's been kicked off to you heard. What Kevin said about Devin Nunes, the former chairman, while he's with us right now, in studio, what a fabulous fabulous guest to have. Chairman Nunes Devin explained to us how egregious, can you put meat on the bone of what Kevin just said about shifts chairmanship? Well, look, if you go back, I mean, all this time that he's been there starting in 17, he knew I was out there publicly saying that, look, there's no evidence of Trump and Russia. There's none. And he would say things continually like, oh, they're just covering for Trump. You haven't seen what I've seen. I've seen the evidence. I can't talk about it. But I've seen that more than circumstantial evidence, he said at one time. He had so many variations of all of this evidence that he had supposedly seen, and then we would go out and say, no, that's a lie. And you know, at that time, you know, we had everybody against us. I mean, even a lot of the so called conservative outlets were even kind of attacking us, right? At that time, and the reality was, is that I always said this, and it's still baffles me. That the one crime we knew that was committed early on was the leak of general Flynn talking to the Russian ambassador. He's the incoming national security adviser and there were 9 sources.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Devin Nunes Describes the Weaponization of the Intelligence Committee
"Walk us through that moment? So we actually played it when you were on the show last week when you gave that seminal press conference with regards to unmaskings. And when you came to us in The White House to look at the evidence of what the intelligence community was doing to politically target members of the Trump campaign, the Trump administration. Could you walk us through what it was like as somebody who'd been in politics, who had the clearances who had been doing oversight. And then suddenly you turn a corner and you realize that this is literally the weaponization of the IC. What was that like for you as the chairman? Well, I sensed it in 2016 right after the election when all of a sudden these guys who wouldn't do anything to Putin or Russia and Putin continued to have his way with us around the world. And I called it early in the spring, ironically, in the spring of 16, I called it the largest intelligence failure since 9 11. 2001. And after that, you had the invasion of Crimea with little green men. You know all the story. So you can imagine my surprise when in after the election, they say, Russians and I'm like, wait a second. I'm the only one that's been doing anything about this. I just blasted you guys back in back in the spring for this being a huge intelligence failure. Well, a little did I know this is when they were framing the Trump. The Trump campaign. At the same time, they were framing, so they weren't doing anything to Putin and they turned around and blamed Putin for Trump. They were just trying to smear him like an October surprised. And the FBI had to have known about it. All of these cast of characters, I mean, either they were either completely incompetent, which in some cases that's probably true. But not all of them were incompetent.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
How Did We Get Here? Devin Nunes Explains
"First, can you give us your take as somebody who's, you know, been responsible for matters of national security, especially in the intelligence community for oversight. In this ever burgeoning scandal, every day there seems to be another iteration, another facet, first it was the Penn Biden office in D.C. with the closet with the TSS CI documents, then it was the garage with the Corvette, then it was his private library, now we find out thanks to that document, it wasn't Joe Biden's home, it was Hunter Biden. So, and now we find out that Hunter Biden may have had access to those top secret documents. How far is this going to go? What do you think is behind it? Give us your expertise as the former champion. I think for this for this hour that you've been very gracious to have me here. I think we need to back up from all of this. And how did we get here? We got here because the national security division at the DoJ and the FBI are hopelessly corrupt. And Obama, his team, they knew exactly who they were doing exactly the right people to put in place there, so that it would become essentially, I think I've heard you say this, but the Gestapo for the Democratic Party. And everything from that, you can build off of that, whether it be the Russia hoax or this latest FBI guy or the fact that the Hunter Biden laptop from hell was censored before the election. All the way to why hasn't anything happened to Hunter Biden? I mean, all of this stuff is related. And they use the national security division as you very well know. Because they can wall it off and silo it from the rest of DoJ and the FBI.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Assesses Kevin McCarthy's Latest Actions as Speaker
"This constant controversy about whether or not Eric swalwell, who almost assuredly slept with a Chinese spy and Adam Schiff, who was just a pathological liar, should be on the house Intel committee. Now Kevin McCarthy, who many of you in this audience, you were rather brutal and dare I say it cruel towards Kevin McCarthy, made a promise when he wanted to become Speaker of the House that he was not going to put swalwell or shift on the committees. And he's making good on that promise, and the Democrats are losing their mind. The Speaker of the House has the ability to block certain members of Congress from going on committees. Kevin McCarthy is using that power and he is basically sending a memo and a message to the Democrats. You guys keep on screening us the way you did with the January 6th committee. You try to block some of our members from committees. We're not going to play ball with that. We're not going to allow Elon Omar and swalwell and Schiff to be able to sit on these Intel committees that require not just access to you have access to confidential information, but they leak it regularly. They abuse it, and by the way, Omar was foreign affairs just to be clear. Who's to say that Eric swalwell, who slept with the Chinese spy, would not continue to misuse or abuse classified or confidential information. Isn't that the whole saga right now is around the mishandling of classified information? Let's go to cut 57, McCarthy speaks about his decision to keep Adam Schiff from sitting on the intelligence committee, play cut 57. What Adam Schiff did use his power as a chairman and lied to the American public, even the inspector general said it. When Devin Nunes put out a memo, he said it was false. When we had a laptop, he used it before an election to be politics and say that it was false and said it was the Russians. When he knew different. So no, he does not have a right to sit on that. So yes, he can serve on a committee, but he will not serve on Intel, because it goes to the national security of America. And
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Kevin McCarthy Tussles With Reporter Over Intel Committee Removals
"What did Adam Schiff do at the chairman of the Intel committee? What Adam Schiff did, use his power as a chairman and lie to the American public, even the inspector general said it. When Devin Nunes put out a memo, he said it was false. When we had a laptop, he used it before an election to be politics and say that it was false and said it was the Russians. When he knew different, when he knew the Intel, if you talked to John Radcliffe, DNI, he came out ahead of time and says there's no Intel to prove that. And he used his position as chairman, knowing he has information, the rest of America does not, and lied to the American public. When a whistleblower came forward, he said he did not know the individual, even though his staff had met with him and set it up. So no, he does not have a right to sit on that. But I will not be like Democrats and play politics with these, where they removed Republicans from committees and all committees. So yes, he can serve on a committee, but he will not serve on Intel, because it goes to the national security of America. And I will always put them first, all right? And if you want to talk about swalwell, let's talk about swalwell, because you have not had the briefing that I had. I had the briefing of Nancy Pelosi had the briefing from the FBI. The FBI never came before this Congress to tell the leadership of this Congress that Eric swalwell had a problem with the Chinese spy until he served on Intel. So it wasn't just us who were concerned about. The FBI was concerned about putting a member of Congress on the Intel committee that has the rights to see things that others don't, because of his knowledge and relationship with the Chinese spy. There's a new sheriff in town. Bravo speaker McCarthy, and that's the way you do it. We're going to have to stand up to this bunch and stand up and fight and is there a better fighter?
AP News Radio
Okogie, Bridges lead short-handed Suns past Pacers 112-107
"Joshua kogi and Mikhail bridges sent the shorthanded sons past the pacers one 12 one O 7, a kogi had 24 points and ten rebounds as Phoenix won its second straight. Obviously, you know, we're lacking in a lot of areas and, you know, me, I feel like that's an opportunity for me to kind of fill in those voice that I feel like we're lacking. Bridges chipped in 22 points to help the sun's wind despite 42% from the field. The pacers shot just 38%. Phoenix won again without Chris Paul, Devin Booker and Deandre ayton. Indiana dropped its 7th in a row despite a triple double from TJ McConnell, 18 points, 12 assists in ten boards. I'm Dave ferry.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"devin" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with? What's up fire nation? So I believe that it does not take a hundred hour work weeks to be successful. Strong boy, believe that. Fire nation, I haven't worked a hundred hour a week in years and years and years and definitely consider myself quite successful. So you can get to the point where you are creating your value to this world on a very limited timeline or on your timeline. And we're talking about how to successfully leverage LinkedIn for sales and recruiting, which can help with this very thing. And Devin, I just want to start because it feels like LinkedIn has gone through about a hundred iterations since it launched years in years and years ago. Why are you fired up about LinkedIn right now? The point is, LinkedIn is the largest business database in the entire world, right? 80% of the data that people buy or the zoom info's of the world or the clear bits of the world use comes from LinkedIn. It is simply the largest database of business owners and people that are making a difference in this world. So learning to use it being on it and mastering it is a no brainer. Fire nation, we're going to talk about exactly the strategies that Devin's using. And exactly how you can maybe be implementing this into your life and to your business. And let's dive right into that. What are the best ways to use LinkedIn effectively today? You know, I believe everything is mindset, right? So there's a mindset and using LinkedIn and using an effectively. And you need to know that LinkedIn inbox itself, you're not going to necessarily make millions of dollars just right inside the inbox literally. The mindset needs to be that you use LinkedIn to build the relationships to create the revenue. It is the start of the relationship. It is the start of building your database to grow your business and learning to use it in that way of building real relationships and real opportunity as how you should be thinking about LinkedIn. Now fundamentally using LinkedIn, you should be very clear on who you want to talk to and you need to get to the point. We're in a day and age where being fluffy or trying to be cute when you message people just doesn't work.
The Doug Collins Podcast
"devin" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
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The Doug Collins Podcast
"devin" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast
"You're navigator in a volatile world of investments. All right, hey everybody, it's Doug Collins. Welcome back to the dot com's podcast. Got a great show today for you. Go have a great conversation with a good friend who we experienced a lot of as you all say and you make good friends in the trenches. Well, we make good friends in the tranches when we're in D.C. together. Got Devin Nunez, former congressman, former head of Intel, former member of in D.C., now head of truth social and still fighting the fight, Devin glad to have you with me on the podcast. Doug is great to be with you and aren't you and I both glad that we're not sitting in the swamp anymore and we're out still promoting conservative ideas conservative values and free speech and opening the Internet and all that great stuff. But boy, it's pretty ugly back there. Oh, I mean, somebody asked me, 'cause there's a possibility. I know you had left in midterm out in this last cycle. I said, well, no, run for your whole city again. I said, no, thanks for asking, but I'm good right now. After my Senate rise, you know, you just hit something that I think is important because what we're seeing right now, Devin, is when we were there, I mean, we were in a battle, especially the last four years. I mean, the Trump administration impeachment, Russia hoax, everything. But before we get into all that, though, I want to talk about truth and talk about this issue that we both saw with the Internet and with social media in general. Well, first take, what was your reaction when Zuckerberg went on Rogan and basically it admitted to what we all have been saying for so long, but yet we were called crazy. Well, you know, the first thing that struck me is, you know, Joe Rogan plays mister tough guy, and you know, that's fine. He's very popular more popular than you and I dug. The first thing that struck me is you have Zuckerberg there for, I don't know, an hour or whatever it was. And you don't ask him about the $419 million that he spent to go harvest votes on behalf of the Democrats. Now, I don't know if Zuckerberg slipped up or if he knew what he was talking about. But clearly he's got to answer for that now and our former colleagues in the Senate and the House are asking him those direct questions. And if the Republicans are rewarded with the majority, this is going to have to be a major investigation. And either he lied or didn't know what was going on, or he told the truth, which if he told the truth, then it's a major additional layer of problems for the disaster that DoJ and FBI are in. I don't know where it falls, Doug, I think it's too early to tell because Rogan didn't really follow up too much on the questioning. No, and I think that the interesting thing about, you know, and look, entertaining about Rogan, I've listened to him for years, but sometimes he'll throw what the old proverbial grenade in the room and just walk away. Instead of saying, okay, what's this next up? 'cause it was. I mean, we didn't ask about the money. You didn't ask about the other things that we have seen. You know, on these platforms from shadow banning to just intentional, you know, removing of conservative thought and everything else. This goes back to something for those who follow this, they know you, they know me, they know Jim. They know several I was from everything that's been going on. How would you describe it? And it's first time you and I've had a chance to really talk like this on a platform. It is amazing to me that in the year and a half now since I've been out and we've been doing this and especially two or three years since Russia and impeachment, does it just strike you that you just sit back every morning and open up the piper or you hear something else where what we were saying about DoJ entail all these, it was confirmed. I mean, it's like, we've been saying this forever, and now it's like, you know, oh yeah, well, they did that but that's beginning to bother me. Yeah, they did it, but. Well, Doug, what I think is actually even more sinister today looking at what's happening, especially with the raid. I think what you helped the whole team uncover, the Republicans in the House that where we all uncovered the Russia hoax. Back in 17 and 18 and you played such big, big role in that. What we're seeing today has continued and I didn't really see it because we thought at the time, okay, the two lovebirds are gone, mccabe and Comey are gone. The Obama, a lot of the Obama DoJ people were gone and so you thought, all right, we've got Horowitz there, and you have the Durham investigation, and so, you know, things aren't getting better or great, and because there hasn't been prosecutions. But boy, I sure as hell hope they learned a lesson and they're going to get out of politics. Well, clearly, what I see now, and I don't know if you're seeing the same thing, but there are two to three dozen really bad actors. You can call them rats. You could call it a sleeper cell. That's now been activated that I described a couple days ago on newsmax as the get Trump Gestapo within DoJ and FBI. And the head of this snake are the people that were there back in Obama, 15, 16, 17, kicked off the Russia hoax investigation in early 16, all those players have now been promoted. They are either in the Biden White House at the top of DoJ and clearly with this FBI agent scandal recently this guy that was involved in the phony Whitmer set up deal where he had the feds involved looking at January 6th, possibly involved in Mar-a-Lago. Now there's reports that have this guy back with remember the famous Bruce and Nellie or Nellie or work for fusion GPS Bruce or one of the top guys at DoJ. And this guy hanging out in 2016 in Europe, I'm sure, you know, looking for the infamous P tapes or whatever it may be. So there are some, there's a lot of bad apples and a small cell within the FBI that are working with the people at DoJ and the Biden White House. And I wouldn't have thought that they would be so unscrupulous to just and brazen, really, to just say, we don't give a damn about Durham. We don't give them down that any of you guys, even the media, even all the conservatives. You know, damn the torpedoes screw you. We're going to raid Mar-a-Lago. We've got it all covered. And they've got that cell and it's activated and I didn't think we'd be sitting here today like this. No, I didn't either. And Devin, we dealt with this with Comey that as you mentioned, the hall of characters there. We didn't even get into Brennan and clapper and the rest of them. But one of the things that got me about this is for the longest time, I just felt right was just in over his head. I said, okay, you know, just, but now it's like the old saying goes in a management position. If you own a company and you have employees who are continually doing bad and you know it, eventually it's not the employees anymore. It's the hand. And so ray, to me, I think he should have left two years ago, but now it's become almost more permissive, is almost seems like he is going after some of the very things that he felt was attacking him. Do you get that sense a little bit? Well, look, he always, you know, from the very beginning when he came in there, it was constantly the happy talk. Everything was happy talk. Well, look at all these people that paid the prize. We're cooperating with Durham. Okay, great. But now just what I just described, just in the last few minutes with you, well, nothing's been done because now it's probably even worse and there's so much more brazen and I think you have to, you know, at some point you have to ask yourself, is this just a guy that's just out there doing happy talk and doesn't know what the hell's going on or is he in on it? And I think the jury's out on that. I mean, I know a lot of the people that watch kind of the Russia hoax stuff closely believe that he's in on it. You know, I don't have an opinion. One way or another, whether or not he's in on it, but for sure, as you use the term in over his head, but things are not getting better and the excuses keep to mount to keep mounting up and what's happened just in the last year and a half are things that we would never thought, including, including January 6th, and I don't mean January 6th, meaning that the radon, or the riot at the capitol, which is bad enough, but the idea that there were potential feds involved in that and nothing's been done about that and no questions have been answered. I think is outrageous. I mean, we dealt with, you know, we discovered feds involved setting up, you know, pop it up, Carter page, all these characters, you would have thought the one thing that ray would have said, okay, hey, no more of this stuff. No, instead. Instead, it's like he doubled and tripled down on it,.
"devin" Discussed on DNA Today
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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"devin" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"So he could look at it two ways. Do I want to continue in this, what a lot of people perceive to be a contentious relationship with Floyd Mayweather in particular, or do I just want, as you said, to continue dealing with Al hayman and showtime, but just eliminate Floyd Mayweather. I was surprised to your point, Chris, I was surprised that he said what he said this week in that, you know, we've done a lot of good things, I'm paraphrasing, but we've done a lot of good things together and who knows what's going to happen in the future because it's completely contrary to what he had indicated in the past. He had tweeted some things that mostly he had taken down, but he had tweeted some things that were screenshot that certainly indicated that he was heading in a different direction after this fight. So I guess I'm headed to the press conference later today for the fight. And I'll ask him about it. I'm sure other people are asking him about it as well. Maybe he's now undecided. I don't know. I mean, but I just thought it was weird that he completely changed course based on what he had said over the last few months this week. He is the master of the tweet then delete, which he knows was anyone is meaningless because it'll get screen grab, shared all that way. It doesn't matter if he keeps it up or not. It's still out there. I mean, unfortunate tweet at Jake Paul, you know, all of a sudden went viral even after he deleted it talking about the money. He tweeted Derek Harmon's phone number. I mean, it Derek Carmen apparently had tried to arrange for him to meet with bob. Obviously, Derek harman, the former light heavyweight contender who works for bob Aaron for top right. He tweeted his phone number. Which I thought was funny, but I was like, oh man, I believe he took that down as well, but people started calling Derek Harmon and nonstop. Let me ask you them as Keith. Even if he leaves Mayweather, if he remains tied to Al hayman, does any of it matter? There's like ultimately to get what javonte Davis wants. Al hayman and PBC are going to have to do a deal with somebody. You are not going to get next year the winner of Devin Haney versus George Campbell's without doing a deal. Either with ESPN matchroom if haney finds his way back there, whoever. You're just not going to you're probably not going to do it. You're not going to get a deal for Ryan García unless you involve golden boy and his own. It's kind of as simple as that. All the talk about Mayweather. It's almost like a red herring. Like if he's not going to agree or if Al haymon's not going to agree to do deals with somebody else, we're still right back where we started in my mind where he's looking around the PBC universe where there's nobody. Like, I don't know who we would fight in that in that sphere. If he only limits his options to that in his next fight. You and I would both love to see Davis against Ryan García before the end of the year. There's been some momentum for those talks in the past have been real negotiations for those talks in the past. Ryan's going to fight against somebody in mid July and then presumably be available for one more fight before the end of the year. Do you think that it's possible for Al hayman to do a deal with somebody else? Do you think it's necessary for Al ham to do a deal with somebody else in order to get a big fight for Giovanni Davis? To answer your first question, Chris, it might matter very significantly to boxing fans in this way if javonte Davis leaves Mayweather promotions. What has been relayed to me is that he wants these fights and that he feels that Mayweather and maybe to a lesser degree Leonard ellerbe have prevented him from getting these fights. That's true or not, is probably somewhere in between. But if he really wants those fights and then he removes the people who he feels have been obstacles toward him getting those fights, well then maybe those fights happen because he demands it and he's speaking for himself now and he tells Al Heyman, I want to fight. Let's just say Ryan García. Please go make the Ryan García fight whatever we have to do, whichever partnership we have to create to make that happen, please go do that. Now, the onus would be strictly on javonte Davis at that point. If he does leave me with a promotions and then say a fight with Ryan García doesn't happen or a fight with the winner of Devin Haney and George Campbell just doesn't happen. Now if haney beach camp boasts, he's going to be tied up obviously because he has to fight him in a immediate rematch. So that fight won't be available to javonte Davis for a while, but the Ryan García fight, Chris with June and I have discussed multiple times on the podcast is a fight that will really resonate not only with boxing fans with people outside of boxing because I think both of these guys Ryan García is in a Gatorade commercial now and he has a huge social media following javonte Davis clearly has resonated with fans based on his gate receipts and you know reasonably decent pay per view numbers. Both of these guys are unlike most boxers in that people outside of boxing know who they are and they would love to see them fight. That I think that's the fight for both guys because on the other side of it, if you're Ryan García is matchmaker, if he's going to lose, you want him to lose the fight against Giovanni Davis, where he's going to make a lot of money as opposed, you keep taking these, look, if he fights Javier fortuna, it's not an easy fight, but it's a fight that Ryan García should win. But if you take enough of those, maybe one of those times you're going to take a risk that you shouldn't take and he's going to get picked off and that he's not going to be in position to make an enormous amount of money for javonte Davis. So if I'm his people, I'm trying to guide him toward that fight. Now, of course, Ryan García see it also is going to want to fight the winner of Devin Haney George campus just because who wouldn't want to fight for all the lightweight titles, right? But I think commercially the biggest fight in the lightweight division short of the titles and it doesn't really matter if they have the titles or not is javonte Davis against Ryan García. So whether he's with me, whether promotions or whether he's away from Mayweather promotions, I don't really care about that. What I care about is making the fights for javonte Davis that we want to see and that more importantly, the fans, the people who are paying their money and who religiously pay attention to this sport, get the types of fights that they want and Ryan García javonte Davis is certainly one of those fights. Davis, you know, the message to Mayweather promotions isn't, you know, I'm gone. It should be, you know, make this fight for me or I'm gone. Simple as that. Like if you want to be in business with me moving forward, this is the fight. You've got to make one way or the other. I don't want other lesser fight because I agree with you. I mean, you're more connected to javonte team than I am, but I've gotten the sense that the criticism of his opponents has really bothered him over the years. And this perception, right or wrong, that he's avoided these tough fights, has nodded him a little bit. So, you know, I think it now becomes on him to apply the pressure and say, this is the fight I want. It's available to me. I know you've talked to Ryan García side in the past. Don't let networks get in the way, make a joint pay per view if you have to, whatever it's got to be to make something like that happen. And let's do it. Now at some point before the end of the year. But you're right. It is now, I think, on javonte Davis to be response, making it happen. It seems like he wants that. He wants to he wants that responsibility. He wants to, as he said, I believe Brian Custer take the training wheels off. And go out there and make his own fights. Last thing for you Keith, Deontay Wilder, got a statue. Good for Deontay, by the way. Good guy. I mean, really good guy and deserves it down in Alabama. And the question came up during that unveiling about his future and wilder confirmed he was going to be back in the ring at some point. He's not fought since last year when he was knocked out by Tyson Fury. What do you think the future is for Deontay Wilder? It was mid 30s now and you know, the clock is certainly ticking on how much time he has left. Yeah, he's 36 years old now, Chris will be 37 in September, I believe, or October, maybe. But.
Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"devin" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"He doesn't feel like a rookie when it comes to the preparation for talking about the game. I think he's come with that and I think part of that is what he did at Alabama those guys are always playing for championships. The other guys that play a quarterback in front of them are all in the NFL right now. So I don't think anything is new to him. What we're trying to do as a team and I think that's really paid off for us and I think he's just a focus a lot on what he needs to do on himself and I think a lot of us as older guys kind of told him I don't change that. That's how you become a good player in this league, keep doing those things. All right, and a couple of minutes I have left with you, Devin McCourty. First one, I got two more questions for you. First one, I'm going to go in that third rail direction, which is making you talk about your coach Bill Belichick, but you've been around. You've been there for 12 years. Do you think he's got a little bit of a reinvigoration because of what's happening this year after last year that Mac Jones is there that you seem to be back on the patriot way track based on somebody who's just watching it. Do you see Belichick in any different way this year, Devin? I want to say different, but I would say last year, less of that face that everybody mouth thought. It was it wasn't what we wanted. It wasn't an expectation that wasn't the standard. And I think all of us kind of walked out of here last year after that last game against the jets. I'm happy that we won the game, but also that feeling of like, well, we don't want to be living this way again..
Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"devin" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"The New England Patriots getting set to play Monday Night Football against the Buffalo Bills to wrap up week number 13 in the NFL is none other than a longtime pro and it's 12th season out of Rutgers right now for the New England Patriots Devin McCourty. How are you doing, Devin? I'm doing all right. How you doing? I'm doing fine. I appreciate you just joining us fresh off the practice field right now. You've been around some championship teams. They're sir, and you've been around some teams that have gotten hot and then made the Super Bowl. Is this one of those teams? Do you think? I don't know, man. I would say all those teams are not at all. I would say in the process we didn't know. And I would say some of those teams, we have some tough times on adversity that hit where if you look back there were a lot of people down in the sand, there was no chance of that. So I think all those teams don't have one thing about it, they were willing to work hard and not worry about everything else that was going on outside but just kind of focused on the team and that's what we've been appreciating here all year. Obviously starting two or four was an idea, but I think the mentality of all the guys in this locker room almost staying focused on each other staying focused on the team has enabled us to go on a little bit of a Wall Street and I think you've heard it in the last few weeks from a lot of different players. We want to keep that mentality and we want to keep that going for us to play. So then what I have seen, this isn't my first rodeo at the NFL, as you know. I have seen many patriots teams certainly on defense play this way before, but it usually it's right around now when it begins to gel because so many guys who come in new don't understand or conceive of what the do your job mentality is and how this defense works, but you guys have been balling out for weeks. Why? Would you say, Devin? I think it's just a combination of guys understanding their roles, guys going out there and doing it. And I think the biggest part we've done a better job at comparative beginners is situational football. And all of a key situations call it two minute where we know they're passed and they have to pass..
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"devin" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"With congressman Devin Nunes. So, before you came on air, congressman, you were getting clear what to put in your Chiron, what social media you're on, and he said, I'm not using Twitter. I'm on parlor. I'm on rumble like we are here. So let's focus for a few moments on this question. Social media used to be a fun thing, right? This is where, oh, you know, find my old school high school buddies or I post pictures of my dogs. After the last election, after the likes of Zuckerberg, drop almost half a $1 billion into privatizing the running of elections across America. When you see you mentioned Hunter Biden, when Twitter censors the oldest newspaper in America, founded by Alexander Hamilton, that has the goods on the Hunter Biden laptop and you're not allowed to resend that story. It is just deep sex in an orwellian way until the election is one. Talk to us about your personal decisions with regards to social media. And in the panoply of threats internally to the republic, where does social media rank in terms of, you know, the countdown to socialism the title of your book? So I made the decision early on. It's a great question back in early 2016. I have my own podcast. I largely started that podcast because I wanted to I knew I was being attacked daily by the fake news, not just one story. It was in some days, I'd get upwards of a hundred fake news stories that would be out there in the realm. And you know, there were a few good investigative reporters. You know, yeah, I had sometimes I would go on a few of the fox or something like that. You had investigated reporter Lee Smith, who you know well. There's a few people that we're trying to get to the truth of this, but I was just being inundated by fake news stories that were being generated by political operatives, story after story after story. So I actually started a podcast because I needed to be able to reach my constituents, my supporters around the country and around the globe so that they knew my side of the story. So I was just bringing factual information. So that started in that after 18 is when I started it actually actually the end of 18 because I realized I was just getting beat to hell and nobody could hear my side of the story. So that continued to grow. And finally, I decided to go like you have from audio to in addition to audio podcast to a video podcast at the same time. So I put it on YouTube. And I didn't think anything of it. I had, I think when I started, I had 7 or 8000 followers I built up over four years and I started posting my podcast to make it a video cast on YouTube. After a few months, I realized that I was being censored that nobody could go on to Google or YouTube and type in Devin Nunes podcast, which, by the way, creatively, sea bass, my podcast is named Devin Nunes odd. And I decided to go in and I started Googling it and I started going to YouTube and guess what? I couldn't find it. I couldn't find it. So then I decided, hey, I needed to look around for another platform just to host my video. That was it because I wanted to be able to email it out. I've got hundreds of thousands of people that have joined my team. And I just wanted a place, put it on YouTube and send it out. And what oddly was happening is when I would put it on YouTube email it out, I actually went down and views. So over the two or three months time, I was actually going down and views. It was so I was getting just a few hundred, which, look, I have a big family. I would think, at least my family would click on the email and watch it. So then something interesting happened. I contacted rumble. I already made this as a Twitter had already been shadow banning me. I had moved to parler, parler. I was growing exponentially with several quickly I got up to nearly a million followers on parler, even though I've been on Twitter for ten years since Twitter started and where I had a million followers in just a few months. Parler equaled the number of followers I had on Twitter. So I just quit using Twitter. Then I went to and then I found I got a hold of this rumble company because I just wanted a place where I could host my videos. And then something really interesting and really telling happened. And I went from so remember, I had less than 10,000 followers on YouTube after four years. In three weeks, I had 30,000 followers on rumble. In three and a half months, I had 350,000 followers and now today, just a little over a year with my two accounts, I have over 800,000 followers. That is saying something for a site that a year ago nobody had ever even heard of. And I would venture to guess that even today, the independent soccer mom or somebody out there, they've never heard of rumble at either. So now what's happened is I think that all conservatives have now realized all great podcasters. They're all on rumble now because they know that they were being censored. What I kind of just stumbled into, I'm sure that all of us, every conservative was being censored on YouTube. And so now all of us basically in the country are on rumble. A matter of fact, I don't think I know a conservative that's not on rumble. Yeah, I have to say that makes me feel much better and I think my colleague as well who managed our YouTube accounts that we were terminated twice my personal account and also the show account was terminated because I had a guest who questioned the results of the last election. So let's jump to that issue. So not just social media and the shadow banning and the cancellations. You'll concerns with regards to Facebook, what we now know about Zuckerberg, the last election, what we know about the censorship of Hunter Biden. It's more than just censoring individuals. It is an onslaught. Is it not a centralized propaganda onslaught affected out of Palo Alto? Yes. And so you've got a couple of different issues there, as it relates to the election integrity election fraud, I think one of the mistakes that a lot of us have not focused on, including, including from a president Trump is that you talked about it just a little bit ago. How can one guy get away with spending at least $350 million possibly more? I like the way you termed it of privatizing creating your own so called nonprofit army to go out there into ten states, essentially 15 counties that all happened to be in the swing counties. I mean, this is major electioneering. This is the fraud that's right in front of our nose and that ought to be what every Republican is out there saying. Zuckerberg, why did you spend this money? Where did it go? That's where the investigations need to be. In addition to, I'm not faulting the states. We should do independent audits. We should have all the laws that are passing in red states now for vote having to have an ID. I agree with all of that. That work needs to be done. But at the big level at the federal level, we ought to be saying, this is wrong. You can not have these tech oligarchs that are out there. There's very, very few of them. You've got Amazon, Apple, Facebook. Google, that's it. And I guess Twitter is not he's not as wealthy as the other guys, but he's still a billionaire. But those all those companies essentially control every aspect of our lives. And if they want, they can essentially glean in spy and grab every piece of data. And in fact, they are doing it. They have all that. You're starting to see those stories leak out. The only other company that's out there that's doing the same thing is TikTok, which is actually a chai comm company. So the Chinese communists were on that. So I don't see a lot of difference between what fake book and Twitter and these guys are doing versus the Chinese Communist Party. The way they're treating conservatives and Republicans in this country. They're grabbing all of our data. They're censoring what we see. How is that any different than what the Chinese Communist Party does by banning certain types of information that flows to their citizens? There is no difference. There is no difference. There is no difference and the fact that it's happening blatantly in a free country or.
"devin" Discussed on The Jump
"Defense is also a team concept you know. You have to have five guys. Actually everybody on the same page including coaching staff players. You have to follow a game plan so you know when you're struggling you know when you're a struggling team trying to figure it out you know the defense reputations will come on you but just knowing the bigger picture and know what i'm trying to compete towards everyday the book i know you right like writing addicted things for us with the nba finals. But you also apart a team usa. I wanted to get was your mindset like fours the transition from going straight from the finals to having the fly to tokyo and participate in play a major role in in olympics with team. Usa so just maintain this level playing the highest level basketball. You know this is what i play the game for. So you know it's a. It's a really exciting time. You know the chances. I've got to participate with the select team. And even just be in the gym with those calibre of guys. Those caliber of coaches feels good. You know it's it's what you wanna be around. Now i when i say residual effect is no. It's not necessarily affecting your play because you've been playing outstanding but no one's one hundred percent in this finals once you get to this point but how is knows feeling. Is that anything that you earned concerned about that. You think about anytime it gets taff. We can see the look on your face but how's it. Failing feels fine man. Then those is back normal. Well i don't know if it's straight. Yeah but but but like you said man. Everybody's dealing with something right now is the time to yourself. You'd have to dig indeed. Let devin sons fans thank. You look just great. I know your girl thinks you look fine so really. I don't think you have anything to be worried about department. I also know that you've been pulling up to some of these games at in phoenix in some pretty sweet rides. Are you bringing the chevy impala for game seven if we get there because that does seem.
Tha Boxing Voice
"devin" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
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31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"devin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Today our guest is devon. Buffalo devon is a member of the samson cree nation born in wetaskiwin alberta. He's a goaltender. He's a motivational speaker. And he's someone who's worked with first nations youth has drawn praise from all corners. Devon buffalo joins us now devon. Thanks so much for doing this. How are you today. i'm doing great. I'm really excited to do this interview. So thank you for having. Let's see how you feel about twenty five minutes. I think twenty-five might be too long. Let's see how you feel after cozy five. We have a lot. We want to get into here with you. And we're going to try to get in as much as we can. Because you have a spectacular story and you're really distinguished person not just goaltender but i want to start by talking about goaltending because the choice to become a goaltender. I think is different for everybody. Some they see goaltender. Make a big save on television. Wrote a game and they say. I wanna do that for others. it's well. I had three older brothers and they all played and they needed a kid to stand in net and an act as a target. What was it for you devon. Why'd you become a goaltender parlay the second one. I had five older brothers but the opposite four of them were goalies. We had one demand in family. Yeah my I hated goalie when you're young and you don't have the pads and you go in the net with the goalie stick and faded i. I wanted to score goals and after bet. My dad came home with some pads. He's like you're try these out. And we had a native provincials. It's called big alberta tournament native communities i was pre novice and you know he strapped the pads on me. I said i'll try to and went out there. And i hate it like i hated asian i remember letting in goals in crocker's everyone getting mad at me you know and we were pretty nagas these gizzard rapid parks agai sucked. I wasn't wasn't a good experience. And i went right back into a player and our goalie moved or something so we had no goalie Games as all right. Like i have stuff. I guess i'll go. ned. And i never looked back. Got four brothers who played goalie. Yeah in one season. So i think some might have played. A few seasons only retired early but we had all five of us. I guess goalies yet.
Big Fellas Basketball
"devin" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"Think and you know i'm going to have a variety of different guests We're gonna talk coupes. We're gonna talk culture and we're just gonna create you know this this mindset that we're not so different you know whether you're a basketball player or a a normal person. From an entirely different country. I want to create an idea in a mindset of bringing people together i love nest. That's probably to have in terms of hot right. How are we going to bridge that gap. Maybe definitely use basketball to do that because what better way to do anything then to put basketball top. Everyone's kinda more into it. Adapt a siamese lilla denim definitely so many cool things. Thank you so much for coming on our listeners. maybe For keep up with you a follow up with what you're doing with t t always overseas leaves and then on social media how can how can keep up with you and make sure that to date with all things devin oliver. Yup i keep it. I keep it pretty fresh routine on my social media accounts At the underdog five at the underscore underdog five. That's both twitter and instagram I try and keep you up to date with. My life is as much as i can and And i'll be dropping some news on there with the podcast coming up here here pretty soon so look for that and john i appreciate you. Having me. man is a good opportunity to talk basketball listening to gen z hoops. Make to follow like and subscribe on instagram link and all major social media platforms at gen z poops. You can fill in and subscribe on apple. Podcasts spotify youtube and every other podcast platform on the planet. Get ready for the next episode..
The Children's Hour
"devin" Discussed on The Children's Hour
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The Children's Hour
"devin" Discussed on The Children's Hour
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