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"doc goodman" Discussed on LoopPraat - D� Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

LoopPraat - D� Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

09:25 min | 5 months ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on LoopPraat - D� Nederlandse Podcast over Hardlopen

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"doc goodman" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

12:31 min | 7 months ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"To be in my bag right now. I don't don't know what parts of my special teams I can pack. Because right now it does not seem like the special teams unit is as good as it's been over the last couple of years to you mentioned question marks at the punt return turn game Kickoff retire really almost not really a big deal because so many kickers has taken out of the back of the is off. But if you're trying to find a just an a- An added advantage in the game right now the rams don't have it in so many years for the last couple of years it's really been their biggest advantage and right now yes it is a concern concerned because they don't have that Kirk Morrison joins US everything each and every rams game for ASCA Kirk. Thanks Kurt Doc. Goodman Turkey Lakers have to. MVP candidate Steve Jumping Front last night. We'll get into it next Lakers role last night at Staples Center behind fifty from Anthony Davis fifty points. I fifty point game as a member of the Lakers right there. Lebron was the FIDGETY. Ah lebrun thirty two points last night. Thirteen rebounds and it's all good job King Eighty fifty just. They've got to indy peas. And you you start to get it there. Twenty four games into the season and you can't start voting for it now but you can start thinking about it now. Yana certainly in the mix look Donncha churches in the mix. James Hardness probably in the mix still but you wonder if the Lakers with both ad and Lebron if they don't split some votes and neither one of them gets it because they're both so deserving irving of both getting it well. I think it depends on who separates himself like like I think a decade separate itself from Lebron as we continue to move move forward meaning like he continue to have those historic nights. Because the Brom wants him to he wants to defer to him and allow L. him to carry the team and when he needs to step up he could do it now. You have third two points last night but it was like an afterthought because it really was celebrating the fifty coming handed halftime and telling them not only get fifty. Next time. They'll come and go get try to get eighty because they want him to do those things so I think that's why he could separate yourself now from Lebron well but the problem is is not a problem but the the interesting part of it is. Is that your everything you said is right. Absolute Bronze Averaging Twenty six seven and eleven Kevin. And what's Twenty six seven and eleven for him and you just you you start looking at this and it's not just that Anthony Davis is a great player air. It's that it's twenty six seven eleven for a guy in his seventeenth season. I'm pulling up shooting dominating games and doing whatever he wants whenever he wants to do it. It is. It's very hard to ignore a player who is leading the League in assists and in the top ten in scoring no matter who is no matter. Who else is on your squad? It's hard for you not to be considered the MVP. I'm not saying ignore him or anything like that. What I'm saying hang is he's going to allow ad to do it? He's got his trophies not he wants the next guy to do it so he's going allow him to continue eighteen you to play the way play last night where you can defer everything you keep doing what you saw. I'm uptake my foot off the pedal and to such time that we really need me to. That's what I'm thinking but the allowing eighty to do it. He's racking up assist. That's the reason why it's so he's so you know. AD had fifty but Lebron assisted are quite a few of them. So it's like assistant. Ten Ten on Davis is averaging twenty eight nine three. I mean they're they're they're both but the the bronze and then he's second in a league in block. Yeah of these averaging over eight or something like that. He's averaging two and a half again that's the problem with Lebron's because much like you say no if he if he's dishing doing in not scoring two points dishes so now now let's focus is. Don't worry on the dish and if he if he doesn't dish and he doesn't score right now the focus is going to be as rebound he his defense. So it's it's it's it's a really interesting conversation because you gotta ask yourself are the Lakers got to ashes. Are they beholden to the best team in the League because ad is doing his offense but more importantly he's anchoring that defense or is it because Lebron James Leading the league in assists and making things easier for everybody including yes yes yes key automatically so I had a great night. Look Alex Caruso is GonNa play important minutes and take important shots on a team this competing for an NBA Championship House cruise down last night. No good there's era he. He's fine him though he found him and stuff I the article say what they wanna read. It was too long. The Lakers find players. They've they've had far better luck away from the top of the draft and they have love at the bottom. Speaking of the top of the draft to those players we shipped out to get eighty. We'll Lonzo is such a dynamic guy. When he plays that he put up two points the other night he missed just every three point shot he he? He did have two assists he did play play twenty nine minutes long. I don't want to seize the court in no no. No you get you ready. Lonzo Lonzo sucks rob just my executive of the year because he just pulled the biggest creole okeydoke in a history of Creole Okeydoke. He's symptom picks in exchange for freaking V.. Who just dropped fifty minutes drive in an MVP? He had to send them something and they want to be there just letting reading. But I'm just saying I mean they're they. That was highway robbery was we'll we'll see what this draft picks turned into road but no remember. Were there were. There was talk like Woo. Lakers gave all that out there just talking there. Was that talk now. Watch what there was talk that was out there. Rows there's no question about it all the experts in the NBA. All these guys like come on Man Stop Stop. It was the only one that ever watched Lonzo play. I I thought that was. He had an opportunity to be away from Lebron and he can just Kinda grow as an NBA player. I thought he would be much better her. In this scenario I like what you said key about. How eighties that Lebron's look? Look I've got every there's not a piece of hardware that Lebron doesn't have he's got MVP's he's got all NBA MVP everything you could want. Abby ship bringing all of it well scoring title that being said You know we've talked about this. He's not just competing against the other players in the NBA. Right now he's not just competing with Jaanus and steaming. Anthony Davis revie. PC He's competing against history he's competing against Jordan and what Michael Jordan did not do winning. MVP in his seventeenth. Okay so this is another one. This wasn't isn't even conversations. Lebron James can never be six and owned the finals and I know that Jordan people price screaming at the rim sixty six. No never never WANNA chit without Pippin. Sit Six zero six zero. Lebron James Might Win an MVP in his seventeenth season in the league. Lebron James might get his fourth. NBA Ring this season season. Lebron James is the best player in basketball seventeen seasons into his career. So how many times in the championship into it nine nine nine. And he's won three. Yes so if he goes ten and four. I think I would rather be. I'd rather go Tina Win. Four six and Oh yes seek yes in the seventeen take shake next key. Let's start with a college football. Take it or shake it right out of the gate. The committee got it right by seating. LSU Number One Ohio state number two Clemson and oh you at three and four Lsu is the best team in college football and should be the number one seed take it or shake it take it it take you guys asleep today. It is certainly the best team in college football I watched him dominate Georgia from from beginning to end so happy for coach. Oh it was just. It was amazing it was amazing the to watch line take care of business and get things done the way that they did. It was really striking to see John Robinson on the sidelines with Marcus Allen knowing that Oregon could have been the head coach at USC. and seeing John Ron Robinson in purple again do I need to say John. Robinson and Eddie Auto side-by-side Dave Campo it it Klay Hilton side by side the same according to the L. A. Times article yes. They saved a lot of money by letting John Robinson go all right. Let's go to the next one. Let's go to the forty niners Jimmy G. Goes into the superdome beats the New Orleans. Saints the forty niners. Jimmy G. are good enough to win the Super Bowl. Bill would take it take a based on what I saw. Yesterday I think the San Francisco Forty niners or good enough to win the super run on whether or not they make it. It's a different story. But if they get there they are good enough to win it. Here's Kyle Shanahan talking about it's quarterback. He's unbelievable no matter what happens. Is that a lot of good games this year. I'm he's had some times where we meet has made some mistakes and he's the same guy every day just to be able to deal with that crowd noise to deal with adversity. That went in all throughout the game to deal with me You know he's He's the same. He's really WanNa coach for that reason. I wouldn't say he's unbelievable but he's really good. The march actions unbelievable. You gotTa really really good quarterback that's not hate but that's just letting you know that I think that'd be enough though I mean he's GonNa problem up but there's no use like that's that's what he doesn't matter. The Jimmy G.. The holiest cool that that he's that he doesn't seem to sweat too much that even we've seen him in some type games at the end we saw awed against Seattle. We've seen it against Baltimore. We saw yesterday and he doesn't have that what the Hell's going on look he's got the I got this look. Yeah because he hasn't had that yet he has a hat. What the Hell's going on? Look yet I mean the teams that that they've lost to you go back and you look at what the Hell's going on. Yeah you could point to that. But most of the Games that they they played this year. He's been pretty good. You know not overly exciting but just a guy who you say okay he's very serviceable. Did you late yesterday. He kinda play. You Know Predator service that Putt that put for the touchdown that was put he being up to the topless CAMIs panicked star grabbing fallen that if they would've played it right that's a pig. That wasn't no no hell of a perfect throw. Yeah it was a dime. Donald Stop to the Patriots have regret no for trade him. No brings us to our next one. The Patriots Hey traits will not go to the Super Bowl because of their offense take it or shake shake You know I wouldn't say that you still believe in. I'm sticking stick with him to the end. 'cause I believe that they know what they're doing outlook they may not go to the Super Bowl. But I'll be damned if they not playing the AFC championship game. I'd I understand. CASSIE did them. A number Baltimore worked him earlier in the year. It's the bills game was just thing about while some about New England Hale. Kansas City is so cold blooded with New England. Kansas City equipment got shipped the Newark so I mean suggests that the New England patriots. But here's the here's the biggest difference this year and again this could be the worst. Take in the history of the world because you could turn around in January and there they are again again it would be a huge surprise. Usually the Patriots struggle with a portion of their game in September and October usually by December then got an ironed out. They've got it figured out pretty well right right right now. They're playing their worst football the year heading into the postseason and usually it's the opposite. Usually there peaking at this. You see what games they have remaining and left on his schedule the jets at a dolphin in the bills. Yeah I know. But if the offense that's the powder understanding of trick plays and Tom Brady Ranford as long as you carry and like five seasons still came up short just remember The Patriots had Kansas City equipment shipped to.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

09:05 min | 9 months ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on Start Here

"Perhaps the scariest thing about recent mass shootings is just how quickly they unfold. Remember in Dayton Ohio. The killer was brought down within thirty two seconds in that time he still shot more than thirty people nine fatally in Paso Texas authorities were on the scene within six minutes minutes twenty. Two people had died new. Imagine how bad these would be if cops just never seemed to arrive two years ago this week at a country music concert right below the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas the gunshots started and they didn't stop a constant barrage for what felt like any turn ity it became the deadliest mass shooting in American history and over those years the wounds for so many families have remained unhealed their stories unfinished I but now we know one. Chapter is about to come to a close next tonight. A massive settlement for the worst mass shooting in modern American history fiedler in the company that owns Mandalay Bay could now offer offer up to eight hundred million dollars to the families in the form of a settlement. ABC's chief national correspondent Matt Gutman covered that horrific shooting on the ground and we're talking talking amongst a billion dollars here I mean how do they reach that number. You know it seems like an astronomical number but when you break it down you have fifty eight people who were killed hundreds words of people who were wounded and then thousands of people who suffered some sort of post traumatic stress simply by being there and amidst that heard of people fleeing the gunfire. I'm fire during that Route Ninety one harvest festival. How do you assign value to suffering all through my forehead. I have the hardest part. Is missing my daughter and seen her picture and her not being there. This is a very difficult formula. They actually are going with a third party administrator to assign the specific value alley for each particular claiming but basically the eight hundred million is a big ballpark figure that was reached by the members of the class who are suing MGM MGM and MGM resorts that said this is how much are insurers and we think that we can give up and make everybody feel whole weight than do people have to apply and like explain lean wear mgm failed them like what kind of liabilities are in effect here yeah they basically have to apply they are part of a class action suit or various claimants who are part of attorneys suits against MGM resorts now it started in such a weird way. Brad because obviously many people thought that MGM and it's hotel tell the Mandalay Bay would be liable since Stephen Paddock the shooter bride in ten high-powered rifles thousands of rounds of ammunition right through the front endure the hotel past a sign. I might add that says no firearms allowed so in order to head off a potentially catastrophic suit for mgm the company but he actually sued victims people who had signaled that they were going to launch claims against the company beforehand preemptively these people I I yeah they were using a an anti-terrorism federal law that was instituted after nine eleven basically said if it's terrorism related needed then you can protect yourself and companies not liable obviously ultimately that would not hold water and they didn't actually demand any money for the thousand claimants that had had actually preemptively sued but that did cause massive outrage now the attorneys and the victims with whom I'm speaking are saying okay now. We feel better about this finally. MGM stepped up to the plate and demonstrated some corporate responsibility. did the right thing to huge dollar figure amid the largest number of victims and witnesses to any mass shooting in America ever. You wonder if this is the kind of thing companies are thinking about the institute their own new policies across the country Matt Doc Goodman thank you thanks Brad next up on start here. It's the most serious missile launch of the year but the US tells North Korea were still down to chat. There's nothing like a night of good sleep to avoid those groggy mornings so if you're struggling to get a good night's sleep you've gotta try. Purple Mattress. The purple mattress will probably feel different than anything you've experienced because it uses this this brand new material that was developed by an actual rocket scientist. It's not like the memory foam you're used to and now listeners will get a free purple pillow with the purchase of mattress just text. ABC Two eight four eight eight eight the only way to get a free pillow is to text ABC two eight four eight eight eight message and data rates may apply. 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Then North Korea said it was working on a missile well you can launch from a submarine we spoke to ABC's chief. Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz who told us that's a worrisome escalation because it means North Korea can launch potentially a nuke from anywhere. Where will this week is the trump administration prepared for possible? We start of nuclear talks. North Korea claimed it's gone ahead and done that. North Korea said Thursday a projectile title it fired. This week was a ballistic missile launched from a submarine. We Got Martha back with us now in DC Martha. That's how scary right. Should I be scared. It sounds like I should be scared well. It's a little confusing because when you say a missile was launched from a submarine that it was a submarine launched missile the truth is the missile wasn't actually launched reached from a submarine they did a test from a platform in the water but if they perfect that and they do launch one they test fire it from Thomas Submarine then we really better look out that is a significant development and it is scary in the sense that submarines are stealthy. They don't want anyone to see those submarines. I mean I think we have plenty of satellites up there right now that we can see things that happen on land but it makes it harder to detect the missile and you know submarines can move wherever they want so then it came off this platform. This still technology to be perfected is one of the higher profile launches since these two leaders met face as to face a very very good meeting with chairman. Kim and the trump administration was going to have these talks with North Koreans right. was there have not been a lot of lately. I guess I I think everyone thought that must be the end of those talks. It's not why it's not an I think they're bully aware that uses fully aware that what North Korea is trying to do is get itself in a strong strong negotiating position. you know not pushing too far. They're not launching long range missiles and testing long ranger. ICBM's they're doing these shorter order range missiles. This in fact was a short range missile despite the fact. They're trying to perfect it for submarines so it it it's Kim Jong UN saying. Hey don't forget yet what I'm doing over here. Don't forget even if we'd go back to a negotiating table what's the strategy then from the US saying actually yes we will still meet with you in theory that could throw up their hands and say we're not meeting with you well. You've heard the president the missile deaths evolving short-range ballistic missile death no he has downplayed the short range missile launches because in fact they're short range. Missiles weren't part of the agreement. He said he had with Kim Jong UN although the UN isn't isn't too happy about these launches. You Insecurity Council has passed resolutions that ban the north from using Ballistic Missile Technology John Young rejects that saying the sanctions are an infringement on its right to self-defence we have a chance for the total de Nuclearization of an an area of the world that was very dangerous in in many ways the US donald trump. The administration really needs progress here. This was something something key has talked about that. He's going to get North Korea denuclearize so the United States really wants this to happen. You can imagine the sort of good cop bad cop routine as the deal with at the US really wanting needs to go forward Martha Raddatz. Thank you happy to talk to you brad.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

Popgram Podcast

14:39 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

"There's nothing table just playing an asshole yeah then I'm still watching absolute boyfriend still okay when I finish it. I'll give a a proper review. I think it's very long though I thought it was gonna be fifty five episodes but it's forty so hey we'll see <hes> and then this awesome SA- temporary which I'm going to watch as well as the guy that was in the show over that Wendy didn't like it's all clean now so but this one is quite serious about like <hes> bullying in the secondary school so I think I was they went back or something like that that he was he was a lawyer and there's something happened because he's synopsis was a lawyer. Then something happens that he takes on a case that might ruin his career so he goes back to school and then when he was just that's the one so I'm going to watch I I I started watching the watcher still come June. 'cause I love soup pattern. I don't love him does different now. I think he's a good actor and even though you shoes he stuff he picks always interesting like it was very charm. Which I liked seats yeah he was also in obviously shed windows from Gola number trap cheese cheese in it wasn't she's a new triumphs zone? What happens my family and watch our? He plays a police officer. I watched the first episode. It's very business. Reminds me a bit of <hes> I a secret spoke of a senior as don't ask but is quite interesting so yet it. Does it shows I'm watching now. I'm just going to end a one which dropped its Japanese. Show called Coffee Vanilla. I read the web tune Gosh share and even the web tune I thought was it bit very Japanese in the sense that the woman is treated like objects and is all about this guy was okay interesting finish reading the website. I thought it was a bit logistic so there was a show and the show features the two actors from pundits from Good Morning. Cole is a show on that flex the Japanese show net flicks and the three main actors to the neen actress in the second lead actually in this show so okay interesting to see how it's like. It's bullshits. Please stay away from it. If you off fourteen you might think very romantic and sweet and loving but it's this is not for religious materials is bullshit. It's bullshit. It's bullshit. It's visual suggesting very he's imme- and there's no way Amanda meets on the one hour. Is this possessive. It's this is it's as wrong. What an awful into stock stock chrish possessive? It's it's just very very fringy yet did not support right okay Lou. What are the next thing? I want to talk about her life. Yeah Okay so so you had spoken about her private life before you told him how much she loves Hungary. What what is it and then I watched it? I actually watched it. I wish he'd just ended so I just love you being watched it and I really really liked it. I have young and then you know nobody owns. The woman Kim Jae Wook Doc Goodman Simpson Kim Jong Kesselman patio came to your guy pacman youngest woman. Yes thank you yes. He's the guy that was in coffee. Prince notice coffee. Prince was also excellent that I liked. And that's what you wish although those armed out that we like that as in discovery of luck discovery of law Yan temperature of large aperture discovery of luck with them Eric yes so I voted to see him because he's copies of course what of those shows was not. The main character was supporting actor to see him as a main actors quite interesting Ari goals. What's name no yes? It was go ryan go by Iran Gold Lyon Ryan Means Lion in Korean angle and there was this obviously falls museum curator who was looking forward to you coming museum director because he had this crazy easy as heck museum director of course she was also a boss replies netted netted yes yes and she should go. Come the director and then this other comes in called Ryan goal got the rooster is not just about how like in the artistic world it's also a private life hence you know on the five day she is. She's a young man with that's just misspoke support to support the young pilot who does that. Can you really call. It's ideal by the I really. I really enjoy I love the the innovative character romance stories that she chose follow her dreams to us the end of it and was like dependent on the fact that this guy is doing something on something I also I loved them so the the governments in Sky Castle yes he also share so in this is what I was interested to see. I the very different Scottie headed cable cable agenda title for some really Nice stuff all the way into that and then of course now the guy played the K pop idol. I had this in a lot of things with this with those. I think I was looking at some reviews and then I saw this guy said oh how like I don't think it's anything no. He's a singer. Yes I knew again I just I just so many aw weird but I.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Ten nineteen eighty-three eleven forty five A._M.. In Roman Romania Yeah I'm a Scorpio rising with moon in Saturn on the ascendant and <hes> and the Senate in the Big Three <hes> what type of astrology do practice <hes> I practice tropical astrology end use of attic principles but I also tell us what I learned from Western astrology other planets and things like that and I'm not the blocked or set on one type of astrology I am I just want things that get the job done correctly and precisely true but you have over the past few years. We've developed a real passion for studying Indian astrology or vedic astrology yes since two thousand sixteen so maybe three years I've after some hiatus from astrology I found the <unk> who was teaching basic principles with the Tropical Zodiac End. I resonated very much with that so I accumulated a lot of knowledge in incorporated that in my practice fight successfully the I would say <hes>. It seems like you're one of the major like a vedic astrologers does uses the tropical Zodiac today yeah there. There's there's a few of us. I think the numbers increasing I think people initially they are a bit reluctant because they think Oh this culture is so different from mine. <hes> this is like old stuff. How can it be valid today but there are some principles that are archetypal that you can identify with like the same problems uh-huh? We had many thousands of years ago so I would say that's why it's becoming more popular because like younger people are so related to the pop culture into their own problems in the province of their friends so I guess yeah it's probably an easier entry point into vedic astrology than some other ways in terms of not having to deal with also changing the Zodiac exactly yes because yes some people are confused because when they hear a <hes> a breakfast Jogesh they're like <hes> you know we are using idea like my charges but it's actually not like that because the signs are tropical in Western astrology but we also used <unk> other techniques accent other things like sanitary conditions to find out you know the quality of our planet helpers and feels about that planet so there's a lot of things that the improve the quality of the things I would say sure. Why did you get interested in astrology or what <hes> what made you passionate about it well? My first contact with astrology was in the early nineties. Actually I had the I was reading comic Luke's Mickey Mouse Club in die so there was little leaflet with the Sun signs in the stone but it was just like tiny leaflet but afterwards I found in my on the bookshelf I found the book about Sun signs in Doc Goodman and then I found the book about stability I was about ten in the from then on. I was south thought for a long time because it just you know catches you. In I was writing down in my notebooks. My friends you know birthdates and what signs are Danes. Are they compatible so things like that and then you know I just the read lots of books. I started these with the <hes> the local astrology scorer here but then I wanted something more so <hes> I found the classes oh you know online classes I took I think Robin Armstrong School of Astrology in Canada by the scholarship and then you know later on <hes> earnest's his website is full of information in other sources of VEDIC astrology debts sure in Asia and you have done work as a professional translator in have a great skill with languages. Do you feel like that's given greater opportunities in terms of your astrological studies. Yes actually I do speak the languages ages five so far.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Six. Dot com studios. So this weekend is mother's day. I will be spending time with my mom. My mom said I said, what do you want to do anything? Just come over. Maybe you want to go the movie, she's wanna spend three hours seeing the avengers. Is there anything else worth thing? I said, I don't know. But I know someone who does not just anyone happens to be the world's greatest. Film critic someone that we are honored and privileged to have on this program each and every Friday morning, and that's Jeffrey Lyons Jeffrey good morning. How you doing? I'm doing great. You don't want me on your boat. First of all start talking politics. And I'd be in trouble. All that. There would be a red sock game on. And I'd be looking. You know, I think you've used on the Red Sox are probably even more controversial than you've use a on politics when it comes to this General Motors. Jerry. I'm a met fan. I you're preaching to the choir here. Might you know, Ed, crane pools, my favorite all time met. Oh, yeah. He just got the kit the kidney transplant, right? He was going to say he was born three days after I was and I can remember sitting at my freshman year at Columbia before transferred to Penn. And I remember sitting in some middle middle European literature. Required course, reading German philosophers. And I looked out the window. And I go ahead crane polls probably coming up to that. Now. I'm so jealous. So I wish I only met him once, and I didn't tell them this story. I have kind of have a connection since three days apart some so happy skinny me too. And and I wanna ask you genuinely movies, but with respect to Ed crane pool that someone he went right from going from being in Monroe high school. To signing with the New York Mets and wasn't in the minor leagues. At all. Do you think that he would have developed differently as a player if he had been in the minor leagues a bit and had a little bit of time to season? Not just a win. He would be legendary. Yes, you're right. When field one right to the majors alkaline. The only battery only single battery in the hall of fame. How colline Alkali alkaline went to? It doesn't happen often. At all depends spent entire career with the New York Mets played in the sixties and seventies. And one of those, you know, homegrown players. And so I I wish all the best. I don't know people listening or not, but he's been through a lot capsule later today in talk. Oh, yeah. He schools your favorite all-time met. Well, look, I they're obviously somebody like Tom Seaver is such a legend. But I really wasn't following the Mets at the time that Tom Seaver was. Yes. The Red Sox. I always had a soft spot for Howard Johnson. I I love. Yeah. I love characters. So, you know, doc Goodman, Darrell strawberry. A love those guys. And Todd Hundley is another guy that I've always had a soft spot. I think it was taught humbly or his son who started the whole idea fantasy camp is that right? The first hour notice I think so and it's not my idea what a fantasy camp would be. But one involve Elizabeth Hurley. A. Keep an was always my favorite when I need to know. Good guy. Great. I'm sure you'll agree. He redefined the position of I pay hundred percent a hundred percent. It's the same. If he if his stats were a little bit better might have been Cooperstown. This contemporary, Don Mattingly that I agree with it medically stayed on the field longer. Definitely would have been way better fielder. Oh, see. Now. That's a comparison. You can't really make. I mean, you know, it's it's it's a shame. I would have to give the the Nantou Mattingly simply for the fact that he made, you know, grittier plays at a longer time especially playing on a team that wasn't that good in most of his heyday. So I. It could also be said that Keith made the hard place look easy. That's true. That's a good point. Well, Geoffrey we're out of time. It was great talking movies. Ventures. Jeffrey, what's what's what's worth seeing this weekend? So-so comedy about two con con, women and Hathaway and rebel Wilson. Who once again, fat jokes all through the movie is okay? It has reminded me of thirty rotten scoundrels all is true with Kenneth Braun is we Shakespeare a little bit too long in mcallen, assented and danger Dench places older. Ironically, illiterate, wife, it's about the last three years of his life. Kenneth unrecognizable. I thought it was astonishing looking lot of scenery looks like paintings palms comes from a company called appalling movies. I think it's so bad and wasting Diane Keaton who I hope got a lot of money for this nonsense. She retires to to a your senior center in Georgia a community and seeing Jackie Weaver form a cheerleading team, and it makes fun of elderly people. And I just couldn't stand much as I adore. Diane Keaton and our work, right? So scoop that it token is an interesting job English movie about J are token. Cheers in World War One before he created the Lord of the rings. And I like this be better than I can take the rings movies. But they have a lot of fans all over the world. And it's a really interesting picturesque little film, then movie called my son, which is a French thriller about us about a kidnap, son. So and then this documentary Seren Getty rules about scientists who fifty years earlier started going to places around the world to try to see how the owner of nature isn't a learned that the predators of the valuable ones because if the predators left, then their prey up all the food, and then we would be really in trouble. So it's an interesting scientific, but really beautiful picturesque documentary. So bringing mother I would say he would probably like token best. See she's not the biggest Lord of the rings fan either. But she'll still enjoy the film. Yeah. Because a lot of the rink about his his romance with the young woman and World War One and his men his mother died when he was when he was a teenager and a very helpful pre K by the great ice. I reject the call Amini mentors him. And it's a lot of is at Oxford where he formed some very Keith friendships. And I think tha very Jovan kill them for everybody. But I liked it like the performance. Well, I'll I'll check it out in honored to be joined by New York's number one Red Sox. Look forward to denunciation. Thank you. Thank you. I can tell you. I will not be denouncing number eighteen on the Boston Red Sox as of yesterday. Donald Trump who hosted the Red Sox at the White House. Very nice of the Red Sox to show up eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Debbie do hayme how the roads looking and I'm wishing Ed crane pulled the best as well. By the way. Let's you happening right now. Franken looks like a c- problem on the sawmill river Parkway southbound.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Strongly hate Trump the more. I see people that hate Trump because he's giving us results. There is an application. Call Trump tracker, you'd be talking about that, you know, people should Trump to come on and tell us what is he doing what he's done from tracker is a great application, but nobody knows about it. Because the media doesn't, you know, give it a chance students that Trump to let us know he's achievement. So thank you very much for to show. Great fan. Shows and and learn about all it takes in the Marlins about from the more ashamed. I am of all politicians, especially guy, whatever his name is Schumer, whatever Lowthian say. Amazing, isn't and thank you for people like you educates educators while we. Trucking for five hundred miles a day. Mason topping friend. Listen, let me sincerely. Thank you. For. The kind words. I appreciate that greatly. And you need to be safe out there and have a merry Christmas. Well, yeah. God bless you and many many many thank you for you for your time. I. Sleep. Doc Goodman overnight. You're the air. Eight. This week. Thank you. Fran. And I mean that sincerely this week's little different. I'm off at WB until the third. I don't take a lot of vacations. I don't do the cruises. Like a lotta guys do I'll be on a cruise for. So I I don't want to be on a boat for, you know, eight days. Hey, you know, that show you did about hey, you know, that show. I mean, I can't imagine because. Yeah, I'd like to eat a meal without you know, people looking and pointing and doing all that and I'd like to get some sleep once in a while. I am taking off some time from WBAI which made a perfect come over here when the guys were away, but I'll be back on doing afternoon. Drive two to five at news talk WBZ Dallas starting the third once again. In the meantime, aside from Christmas night, I will be with you every single night. And couldn't be happier about it friend that was very kind. Thank you. Well, let's go to Dave Dave in hell, Minnesota, Dave. Thank you for waiting. I appreciate it. How you doing? Dave are coming in. Yes, sir. Oh god. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. God bless you. Hey, I just wanna you know, I've been I've been working on this political situation. We bet in mired in for so long. You know, I think it really boils down to sea level the really boils down to this whole liberal movement is that it's two arms and two legged people that don't wanna work that wanna make demands on two on lake and lake people that do work. You know, what that reminds me? That's right. Dave, you know, what that reminds me of the seven thousand central Americans dribbling. And so on they finally all collected in Tijuana. And they said, okay, if you won't let us in your country, then pay fifty thousand each and we'll go home, wait a minute. I thought you were fleeing violence that violence goes away with fifty grand. I mean, do we just look stupid? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Richt throw something else out there too. And actually, I'm from Howell Michigan. But you know, what I don't know. I don't want to say this very bluntly. I I used to be fully proud of Michigan. I grew up here. We just legalize legalized. All right. You're cutting out on me, you cut out almost that whole thing something about Michigan just legalize marijuana. Right. Yeah. Yeah. But I guess what? I wanted.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Now. Listen, I'm not a fool around joy. No, man and the kingdom of heaven. No man into the king of heaven having a thin the look God, no man on earth can guarantee another man passage into the kingdom of heaven. Only got you'll say that. I think I do. I mean. Donald Trump got any special dispensation don't got any fast pass, you even Diddy lamb. Oh, yeah. You get a fast pass, especially the fat. I don't care. What you get. You. Get a pet though. Right. Yeah. No man gets a fast passing a heaven. From another man. I don't unit that Jessica what he is. If he's offended the rule of got Trump. I'm not saying anything about politics on if he's engaged thing. You say he's been gazed in it. More than evangelical give him that fast pass. And they have it. Right. Even put into if even put into goats even doing, you know, the thing you're talking about which is very very disgusting. And all that everything else. And then about Claire. I'm chris. Up saying this me, you cannot. Good. Evade even Donald Trump scene. Doc goodman. Do you wanna do because? You think that's it? Kind of what I was thinking. I tell you pastor you're gonna give yourself a really bad reputa- that languid. You. You have got to have. Hit be berry man, you gotta have to the Bill free. Donald Trump can meet a handle. More than even you go for going what you need to do because you seven a high you basically political in and that is wrong. If that seven spirit to end, you seven uh political end well. Well, I mean, I never thought about that. Like that way. I figured you. Haven't said who's on in doing? I said, no, he nothing straight. I'm not gonna fused. I'm trying to. Roped off a pastor. Thanks. All right past William Rennick here on the Phil Henry show. We got to Chris Norton talking about evangelical signing off on the personal philosophy of Donald Trump because they need him to be president. He's God's chosen president. And so whatever his private practices are whatever his private. You know, Piccadilly does or whatever the hell. What's it called? Yeah. Piccadilly or Piccadilly Piccadilly Piccadilly. Oh, I don't know. I don't think I don't think it's either one of those his own personal Zillow's. Yeah. I'm sorry. I brought it up. I technically billow run-up. Anyway, whatever his personal weirdnesses are that's cool because he serving the higher purpose of God. And so if he engages an anal sex Bestiary. He's very I make this world. Okay. And I sure hell didn't invent you know, anal or the BBC -ality or anything, but they're trying to tell me Donald Trump gets a fat. Like they're like pass renting was saying. It's fast path time Cam. Say that I'm saying there is no such thing as a fast pass. All right. Let's disrupt us up, regardless of what you regardless of his personal habits, regardless of which politics. He is the event Jellicoe choice. I did see one of those little billboards it said God's chosen president. So knowing what you know are believing. What you believe Chris? What do you think about that whole idea? Mm-hmm. Being chosen by God. I just I don't think I mean, I think he if the evangelists all I'm trying to do is. Is there a chance that you can do anal and not go to hell, that's all I'm trying to?.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Now. Listen, I'm not a fool around joy. No, man and the kingdom of heaven. No man into the king of heaven having a thin the look God, no man on earth can guarantee another man passage into the kingdom of heaven. Only got you'll say that. I think I do. I mean. Donald Trump got any special dispensation don't got any fast pass, you even Diddy lamb. Oh, yeah. You get a fast pass, especially the fat. I don't care. What you get. You. Get a pet though. Right. Yeah. No man gets a fast passing a heaven. From another man. I don't unit that Jessica what he is. If he's offended the rule of got Trump. I'm not saying anything about politics on if he's engaged thing. You say he's been gazed in it. More than evangelical give him that fast pass. And they have it. Right. Even put into if even put into goats even doing, you know, the thing you're talking about which is very very disgusting. And all that everything else. And then about Claire. I'm chris. Up saying this me, you cannot. Good. Evade even Donald Trump scene. Doc goodman. Do you wanna do because? You think that's it? Kind of what I was thinking. I tell you pastor you're gonna give yourself a really bad reputa- that languid. You. You have got to have. Hit be berry man, you gotta have to the Bill free. Donald Trump can meet a handle. More than even you go for going what you need to do because you seven a high you basically political in and that is wrong. If that seven spirit to end, you seven uh political end well. Well, I mean, I never thought about that. Like that way. I figured you. Haven't said who's on in doing? I said, no, he nothing straight. I'm not gonna fused. I'm trying to. Roped off a pastor. Thanks. All right past William Rennick here on the Phil Henry show. We got to Chris Norton talking about evangelical signing off on the personal philosophy of Donald Trump because they need him to be president. He's God's chosen president. And so whatever his private practices are whatever his private. You know, Piccadilly does or whatever the hell. What's it called? Yeah. Piccadilly or Piccadilly Piccadilly Piccadilly. Oh, I don't know. I don't think I don't think it's either one of those his own personal Zillow's. Yeah. I'm sorry. I brought it up. I technically billow run-up. Anyway, whatever his personal weirdnesses are that's cool because he serving the higher purpose of God. And so if he engages an anal sex Bestiary. He's very I make this world. Okay. And I sure hell didn't invent you know, anal or the BBC -ality or anything, but they're trying to tell me Donald Trump gets a fat. Like they're like pass renting was saying. It's fast path time Cam. Say that I'm saying there is no such thing as a fast pass. All right. Let's disrupt us up, regardless of what you regardless of his personal habits, regardless of which politics. He is the event Jellicoe choice. I did see one of those little billboards it said God's chosen president. So knowing what you know are believing. What you believe Chris? What do you think about that whole idea? Mm-hmm. Being chosen by God. I just I don't think I mean, I think he if the evangelists all I'm trying to do is. Is there a chance that you can do anal and not go to hell, that's all I'm trying to?.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hi, David, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. How are you doing better than I deserve? What's up? Question on a pretty nuts. I I'm engaged to a girl and she's forty. What conditions would you think that is little out to go? How do you feel about those? Well, when I first started doing coaching, I'm so strong on couples working together and combining their lives and in the process combining their their checkbooks that I used to say never do a pre-nup and after coaching for many many many years, I have changed that just slightly. I now say almost never the only time I would do it is if one party has extreme assets and the other one has none. And it's not even because of the person you're marrying, it's because extreme assets 'cause crazy people in your extended family to get crazier. And their influence and their weirdness is pretty much. You know, pretty much put a gag on. When there's a pre-nup. It's just shut up. You don't have any say over that. And so like, for instance, let's say the lady you were marrying had three million dollars and you had nothing. It would be good for your brother-in-law to know that you've got no access to that money because of a pre-nup, and that way he doesn't think you get to open a pizza joint with him with your new wife's money that kind of stuff. It's just kind of shuts the family up, you know, and sometimes the premise need a good shut up. And so. You know that that's the kind of thing. I it's just where there's extreme stuff like that. So what is your net worth? About two million. Okay. Net worth is very small small. I would do one and I have four children from a previous marriage. Yeah. What about that? I would do one. And then the the thing I would because you know, you've got an extremely large network your worth two million dollars, and and the kids from the previous marriage, whatever, you know, you can leave all the money to her. I don't care. Matter to me, you're not you're required by. I know, but you're not required to leave the money. There's no memorial obligation. Nothing else. If they're a bunch of deadbeats, you may not want to leave him the money. They're not they're great. Usually what I'm saying. But I wouldn't do this. I will tell you this. If you've got a bent towards making sure that they get the majority of the wealth. I want you to believe her a big chunk. If you're willing to marry her to be taking big time. Big time. Doc Goodman and a life insurance policy to now to millions enough. Well, they got to split it between four kids. Well, call the ambulance that's enough. There's enough you've done. Well, by the way, you did. Great, David, congratulations. Fifty six years old. Did you inherit a bunch of this money yourself? Oh, no. No. Fifty five. Nuclear power. But I started early thirties. So I have basically. Income. Oh, man. Good for you. So you may you may decent money hundred hundred and fifty two hundred a year, whatever, and you just Bank the crap out of it and about real estate. Yeah. I was done. Long before there. Yeah. About the same age. So you've been doing it longer than I've been talking about it. Good for you. Man. Not like. Yeah. Common sense. Yeah. People regular people. I'm proud of you. Yeah. I the thing I would do. In other words, we're saying pre-nup is she gets nothing in the event of divorce, but in the event of death. This is the woman you married. Yeah. And she, you know, big chunk, dude. Yeah. I definitely feel that way. Even if I did a pretty enough. I would have something for her to know how you can do. Do you? Can you can have it say whatever you want to say? Yeah. You did a dream it up and tell the logger write it up. It's not it's not rocket science in that regard. But you're in a situation where it'll be it'll keep your kids from feeling weird towards her her feeling, we're torture kids. And by the way, when you change the will to include her go ahead and read it out loud for everybody to hear it while you're there. Sounds like a good idea. Definitely think you have to be open transfat keeps everybody from SuAn air by a few die. You look your kidney, I go. She's getting this. It's mine. It's not yours is what I said. Yeah. And then your kid is going to stay shut up when you when you die someday. And you because that's what you said you wanted to do. But people get all twisted up and say, well daddy didn't remain. Yeah. Daddy, get taken advantage begging. And they get all stupid and hillbilly, you know. And that's what happens with these things. So doing reach your wheel out loud and let everybody know about the pre-nup. It's okay. There's nothing wrong with it doesn't mean you don't love this lady. Obviously you love her, but we're gonna take care of her at your death. And if you wanna take care of her voice, you.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

14:43 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on KSRO

"You know, there's a astrophysicist named William H press. There's an Olympic wrestler named William J press, and there's an American talk radio host liberal political commentator and author also named William H he's also a drive all of Famer those other two guys aren't and you can see on CNN regularly, and he is with us on a regular basis. Our good friend the great Bill press back with us. I bill. Hey, those other guys fake news. The real thick of fake astrophysicist. Yeah. Back. Doc goodman. Hey, look, I have a confession to make. Since we since we talked last I was actually in Santa Rosa. That's twice. This weekend. And anyhow, I Carolyn I took our three grandchildren from Inverness to safari west. Oh, isn't that a cool place, man, fabulous? Your or your listeners all your fans have been there. But if not you ought to go out to great, did you stay overnight, one of the tents. We didn't we come back. It's really cool. Well, damn sorry. We missed you again. But we're going to see this week. And as a matter of fact, the Lanny Davis made the reservations at this. It seems to be a pretty expensive Greek restaurant. What does it Kalari? Have you ever heard of it? Larry, I know it. Well, oh, great. I looked looked at the menu today. It looks great. So we shall see Thursday. What he made the reservation because it's in his building. Oh, it is. Yes. It doesn't have to go far. And we're staying on K street. So we're pretty close to so. All right. Good. Go going to be cool. I can't wait. And by the way. Shall we invite invite Lanny's plant, Mike eleven Nadi Michael Cohen? I'm sorry. Michael. I told I told Lanny to invite him, but I don't know. Well, if not we can invite invite breath Cavanaugh he has nothing to do this week. Sweat. We're also having lunch in the congressional dining room. And I'm hoping to see some some folks there that we can laugh at. You will. There are a lot of clouds with the big cats. Man. And by the way, I said this on the air before we got you on the phone Lanny's turned to pay he booked the reservations. Right. The first time he stiffed us, and you had to pay in the next time we paid and then it's history. Yeah. I'm leaving my credit card home. Yeah. I think I will too. Sorry Linnea getting okay, I should know credit card. This is going to be fun. Okay. So gimme your thoughts on the cavenaugh situation. We just had our congressman Mike Thompson on talking about what a circus that it has been and you'd never seen anything like this in all your years in Washington. First of all the hearing the here rings right have been a total total sham. I mean. Yeah. A complete sham. It's the plan was and the Republicans were really hard at it and ramming it through their plan. They were going to vote last Friday and a committee vote Saturday on the full Senate Sunday that were gonna swear him in and today, he was going to have this black robes on the on the bench. Yup, right now. Fortunately, a couple of women saved the day by confronting Jeff flake. But still here's what I worry about. Now, I'm afraid this FBI investigation is going to be a sham. You know? I personally started out they were going to they're going to talk to four people. They weren't even gonna talk to Jewish wet the third woman with very credible accusations against against Cavanaugh. They weren't even gonna talk to Dr for herself. I didn't think they were gonna talk to capitol. So it's just going to be as, you know, just I don't know a drive pie. If you will. Now, it looks like under pressure. They're going to expand it a little more, by the way. I just saw just just not just the lawyer Mark judges lawyer confirms that he is talking to the FBI speak. Yeah. I just saw that too. So that that is happening. But and then this guy from North Carolina came forward. So we have to remember this is not here's what my hope is. This is not a court of law. They don't have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. All they have to do is prove is raised enough questions about Brad Kavanagh, veracity and character and temperament to give people like Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, and Jeff flake, and Joe Manchin a good enough excuse to vote. No, right. And so I. I'm not real real hopeful. But I think it could happen. Visit nailed down there. Again. They don't have to nail down. They help down the cavenaugh and judge and this and Christine Ford were in the same place ever at the same house ever at the same party ever to me. That's enough. To to nail this guy because he couldn't he claims. Of course, he never saw never newer writing out. Yeah. And that's lying to congress, and that's a felony. Yeah. So yeah, let's not forget. He lied to congress about a lot of other stuff before she even testified. He had lied about his he had lied about his role in the torture memos from the Bush White House. He lied about some of the judges said he helped that in the Bush memos. He lied about these emails at the Pat he asked him about so here already lie. They just sort of look the other way. But. I'm Mitch McConnell. No doubt. He's still going to ram this through. But he may just may find he doesn't have the votes at the end of the week. You know, what really stood out for me in Kavanagh's opening remarks the other day, he brings in the Clintons, and the Democrats, and it makes it totally political in the supreme court's not supposed to be political. Although we know it it often is, but I thought that was telling his hell. Well, yeah. Certainly. There are Republicans on the court. I mean starting with the chief Justice, but. The supreme court has never been as openly blatantly political as as Cavanaugh. I mean, the whole thing about going on Fox News with his wife. You know, he looked like a candidate who got in trouble. Mike, you know, like Bill Clinton victory Knicks fan or whomever and his opening. Donald trump. Could have and probably did. Right. Those opening remarks right accusing the Democrats of Clinton's revenge. Every Jesus saying you better watch out. We're going to get you. What comes around goes around? Lindsey Graham, Lindsey Graham going ballistic has always entertaining though. Oh, Lindsey Graham and Kate McKinnon. Yeah. Beautiful hidden secret, Lindsey Graham, I think forget that. He cannot go from McCain Republicans to a Trump Republican Trumper total Trumper overnight and have any soul or any credibility left. You know what I mean? Discussing right. So. Cavanaugh is think about all the cases he would have to recuse himself from if there's anything where there a lot of cases are brought by democratic senators challenging certain laws or things, you know, he's have to recuse himself from all of those people could demand that. So I I think he'd have to recuse himself from anything having to do with sexual assault or. Women's issues women's rights, basically. Yeah. So the more that more and more comes up just this guy does not have a character or or the temperament to be on the supreme court, the United States and. I just hope just all we need is to Republicans to see that. And we're back to ground zero. You brought up you brought up Kate McKinnon that Saturday Night Live called open was one of the greatest things I've ever seen in my life. Matt damon? Matt Matt Damon killed it. I don't know what the word stop the. That was amazing. Well, we gotta talk about your new book. You're just you're just pumping. These books out, buddy. Oh man to a year. That's it. Well, this one I love this. Trump must go the top one hundred reasons to dump Trump and the one reason to keep them. I can't wait to hear what the one reason is. But first of all I have to apologize because there are more than a hundred reasons. Right. I mean, I know. If I had to exercise my publisher forced me to exercise a little discipline and keep it to one hundred. That's why we say that top one hundred reasons, but. On my website, Bill press, show dot com website, you can add your own reasons. So people have been adding reason hundred fifty already I mean today on this whole, welcome almost Friday. This whole thing about climate change the latest thing that he did. I it's another one that I just added. So it's a lot more than a hundred. But you know, I seriously I want to delay the case where people have to see this as a companion to the Woodward Woodward book, right? It'd be Woodward. Talked about the chaos inside the white out. I talk about in document all the damage that this guy is done in less than two years damage is gonna take us decades to recover from. And I think people have to know what that case is and start moving on the first the first step is really take back the house and the twenty seven in these midterms coming up in about thirty days. That that we're really big block at Donald Trump's way. And if Democrats and get back to the Senate to then you could stop all these judicial appointments, and and also by the way clock anybody else from the supreme court. So so, you know, I just wanted to wake people up and and make the case for Donald Trump. Now one reason. Yeah. The one reason to keep them. Well, it could be because he's good for ratings for people like you. It could be because he's been good for Democrats. There are more Democrats running for office turning out to vote, you know, than ever write checks and never before. But the reason I chose is Mike Pence, Mike, I'm afraid he comes across as calm and reasonable. You know, sort of middle of the road every and he's not he's an X number one. These extreme right-winger. He's a true believer. Where Donald Trump is not right. And also also having served in congress. Particularly I think he'd be more effective in getting some stuff done. Right. So be careful what you ask or you might get it. So I asked Maxine Waters about that. By the way. Really, I I said, Maxine who peach Trump we're gonna get stuck with that Pence. Thanks. What time let's get rid of Trump never will go after pets. You know, my problem. Pence scares the hell out of me and. As a fellow talk show host. You know that he is not going to be entertaining like Trump. So no us up, right? That's right. That's right. Yeah. One of the reasons for keeping this because for the news biz right all the cable channels, and and talk radio like you me. It's been a gold mine. Every freaking day. I'm waiting. I'm waiting for a slow day. We haven't had one in the last eighteen months, and this is a great time move. We realized we're lucky that we're coming to DC this week because between cavenaugh in the midterms and all the mayhem going on. This is going to be fascinating. You know, that's three days away. You realize all this could happen. In the next few days. I'm sure it will be talking about all the new stuff at launch on Thursday. But I'm sure well when I finished my show Friday morning. They had that sham of a hearing on Thursday. And then they just ignored all of it. And they were going to vote, you know, and it was particularly when flake came out and said he was gonna vote. Yes. I just figured. Be held. It's all over that's over by the end of the day on Friday. Holy mackerel. That was one thing. One thing we have to remember and kind of gets lost in the shuffle. Here is despite all of that the judiciary committee did vote to recommend him to the floor. So. Yeah. He is he's going to the floor within that eleven to ten recommendation from the Senate Judiciary committee despite all of her testimony despite all the allegations despite all the question despite an FBI investigation. They still voted eleven to ten. Yeah. So. It's not as good as as maybe it looks on the surface. Okay. Yeah. The Bill press show dot com is the website, and you can hear the Bill press show at that website..

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"doc goodman" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

17:17 min | 1 year ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on KSRO

"This Musburger voice of the raiders on our own. Now back to the dry was Steve Jackson. Thank you, sir. You know, there's a astrophysicist named William H press. There's an Olympic wrestler named William J press and there's an American talk radio host liberal political commentator and author also named William H press. He's also a drive all of Famer those other two guys aren't and you can see on CNN regularly, and he is with us on a regular basis. Our good friend. The great Bill press back with us. I bill. Those other guys fake news. The real thing a fake astrophysicist. Yeah. How are you? Doc goodman. Hey. I have a confession to make since I since we talked last I was actually in Santa Rosa. That's why we've done that too. This was the weekend and. How I uh Carolyn. I took our three grandchildren from Inverness to safari wet. Oh, isn't that cool place man, fabulous? Your or your listeners all your fans have been there. But if not go out to great, did you stay overnight, one of the tents. We didn't we come back. It's really cool. Well, damn sorry. We missed you again. But we're going to see this week. And as a matter of fact. The Lanny Davis made the reservations at this. It seems to be a pretty expensive Greek restaurant. What does it Kalari? Have you ever heard of? I know it. Well. I looked at the menu today. It looks great. So we shall see Thursday or what? He made the reservation because it's in his building. Oh, it is. Yes. Okay. So far. And we're staying on K street. So we're pretty close to all right? Good. It's going to be cool. I can't wait. And by the way. Perfect. So we invite invite Lanny's plant Mike eleven. Michael cohen. I'm sorry. My cook cook. I told her I told Lanny to invite him, but I don't know. Well, if not we can invite invite Brett Cavanaugh he has nothing to do this week. Sweat. We're also having lunch in the congressional dining room. And I'm hoping to see some some folks there that we can laugh at. You will. There are a lot of clouds. The big cats. Man. And by the way, I said this on the air before we got you on the phone Lanny's turned to pay he booked the reservations. The first time he stiffed us, and you had to pay in the next time we paid and then it's his turn. Yeah. I'm leaving my credit card home. Yeah. I think I will too. Sorry, Linnea get no cash. No credit card. This is gonna be fun. Okay. So give me your thoughts on the cavenaugh situation. We just had our congressman Mike Thompson on talking about what a circus that it has been and you've never seen anything like this in all your years in Washington. First of all the hearing the hearings. Right. I've been a total total sham. I mean. Yeah. A complete sham. It's. The plan was and the Republicans were really hard at it and ramming it through. I mean, you know, they're playing they were going to vote last Friday committee vote Saturday on the full Senate Sunday, they're going to swear him in. And today he was going to have this black robes on be on the bench. Yup. Right now. Fortunately, a couple of Women's Day today by confronting Jeff flake. But still here's what I worry about. Now. I'm appraises FBI investigation is going to be a sham. I personally started out. They were going to talk to four people. They weren't even gonna talk to Jewish sweating echo third woman with very credible accusations against against Cavanaugh. They weren't even gonna talk to Dr for herself. I didn't think we're gonna talk to capitol. So it was just going to be. I think you know. I just I don't know a Dr pie if you will. Now, it looks like under pressure. They're going to expand it a little more, by the way. I just saw just just not the lawyer Mark judges lawyer confirms that he is talking to the FBI speak. Yeah. I just saw that too. So that that is happening. But and then this guy from North Carolina came forward. So we have to remember this is not here's what my hope is. This is not a court of law. They don't have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. All they have to do is prove is raise enough questions about Brad Kavanagh, veracity and character and temperament to give people like Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, and Jeff flake, and Joe Manchin a good enough excuse to vote. No, right. And so I I I'm not real real hopeful. But I think it could happen. They just nailed down there again. They don't have to nail it. They held down the cavenaugh and judge and this and Christine Ford were in the same place ever at the same house ever at the same party ever to me. That's enough. Now this guy because he he claimed of course, he never saw never newer. Right. Exactly. Yeah. And that's lying to congress, and that's a felony. Yeah. So let's not forget. You lied to congress about a lot of other stuff be forced to testify. He had lied about. His he had lied about his role in the torture memos from the Bush White House. He lied about some of the judges that he helped that in the Bush memos. He lied about these emails at the lady asked him about. So all ready lie. They just sort of looked the other way, but I'm immense McCollum, no doubt. He's still going to ram this through. But he may just may find he doesn't have the votes at the end of the week. You know, what really stood out for me? Kavanagh's opening remarks the other day. He brings in the Clintons, and the Democrats, and it makes it totally political in the supreme court's not supposed to be political. Although we know it it is. But I thought that was telling his L, well, certainly. There are Republicans on the court. I mean starting with a chief Justice, but. Yeah. The supreme court has never been as openly blatantly political as as Cavanaugh. I mean, the whole thing about going on Fox News with his wife. You know, he looked like a candidate who got in trouble like, you know, like Bill Clinton victory fan or whomever and his opening. Donald trump. Could have and probably did. Right. Those opening remarks right accusing the Democrats of Clinton's revenge cheeses and saying you better watch out. We're gonna get you. What comes around those around? Lindsey Graham, Lindsey Graham going ballistic has always entertaining though. Oh, Lindsey Graham and Kate. Mckinnon. Yeah. Beautiful hidden secret. I think forget that. He cannot go from McCain Republican to a Trump Republican up Trumper total Trumper overnight and have any soul or any credibility left. You know, what I mean discussing right? So other thing about cavenaugh is think about all the cases he would have to recuse himself from if there's anything where there a lot of cases are brought by democratic senators challenging certain laws or things, you know, he's has to recuse himself from all of those people could demand that. So I I think he'd have to recuse himself from anything having to do with sexual assault or. Women's issues women's rights, basically. Yeah. So the more that more and more comes up this. This guy does not have the character or or the temperament to be on the supreme court of the United States. I just just all we need is to Republicans to see that. And we're back to ground zero. You brought up you brought up Kate McKinnon that Saturday night. Live cold open was one of the greatest things I've ever seen in my life. Matt damon? Matt Matt Damon killed it. I don't know what the word stop the. Yeah. That was amazing. Well, we gotta talk about your new book. You're just you're just pumped on these books out, buddy. Oh man to a year. That's it. Well, this one I love this one. To Trump must go the top one hundred reasons to dump Trump and the one reason to keep them. I can't wait to hear what the one reason is personal. I have to apologize because there are more than one hundred reasons, right. If I had to exercise my publisher for speed exercise a little discipline and keep it to one hundred. That's why we say that top one hundred visas, but my website Bill press, show dot com. People got a website, you can add your own reasons. So people have been adding reason. One hundred fifty already I mean. Today on this whole welcome Friday. This whole thing about climate change the latest thing that he did that. I just added. So it's a lot more than one hundred. But you know, I seriously I want to delay the case where people have to I see this as a companion to the Woodward Woodward book, right? It'd be Woodward. Talked about chaos inside the White House. I talk about undocumented all the damage that this guy has done in less than two years damage is gonna take us decades to recover from. And I think people have to know what that case is and start moving in on the first the first step is really to take back the house and the twenty seven in these midterms coming up in about thirty days because that will really ever really big road block at Donald Trump's way and Democrats and get back to the Senate to then you could stop all these judicial appointments and on also by the way clock anybody. Else from the supreme court. So so, you know, I just wanted to wake people up and and make the case for Donald Trump. Now one reason. Yeah. The one reason to keep them. Well, it could be because he's good for ratings for people like you and me. Could be because he's been good for Democrats. More Democrats running for office hurting out the vote. You know, I've been ever write checks and there were before. But the reason I chose is Mike Pence, Mike great. He comes across as calm and reasonable. You know, sort of middle of the road, and he's not he's an X number one extreme right-winger. He's a true believer. Where Donald Trump is not right. And also having served in congress. Particularly I think he'd be more effective in getting some stuff done. Right. So be careful what you ask or you might get it. So I asked Maxine Waters about that. By the way. Really? I said I said, Maxine, we've peach Trump we're gonna get stuck with that Pence acce- what time let's get rid of Trump and go grafter pets. Well, you know, my problem. Pence scares the hell out of me and. As a fellow talk show host. You know that he is not going to be entertaining like Trump. So no us up, right? That's right. That's right. Yeah. One hundred reasons for keeping this because for the deuce biz. Right all the cable channels, and and talk radio like you me. It's been a gold. My every freaking day. I'm waiting. I'm waiting for a slow news day. We haven't had one in the last eighteen months. Yeah. And this is a great time move. We realized we're lucky that we're coming to DC this week because between cabin in the midterms and all the mayhem going on. This is going to be fascinating. You know, that's three days away. You realize all this could happen. In the next few days. I'm sure it will be talking about all the new stuff at launch on Thursday. But I'm sure well when I finished my show Friday morning. They'd had that sham of a hearing on Thursday. And then they just ignored all of it. And they were going to vote, you know, and it was and then particularly when flake came out and said he was going to vote. Yes. I just figured Harvey held. It's all over. Yeah. It's over by the end of the day on Friday. Holy mackerel. That was the one thing we have to remember and kind of gets lost in the shuffle. Here is despite all of that the judiciary committee did vote to recommend him to the floor. So. He's going to the floor within that eleven to ten recommendation from the Senate Judiciary committee despite all of her testimony despite all the allegations despite all the questions despite an FBI investigation. They still voted eleven to ten. Yeah. So. It's not as good as maybe it looks on the surface. Okay. Yeah. The Bill press show dot com is the website. You can hear the Bill press show at that website. And check out the new book. Trump must go the top one hundred reasons to dump Trump and one reason to keep them. I can't wait till you gotta bring a couple of copies to lunch Thursday, man. I'll have them. There you go. And lunch as well. And then you can sign up. Fred, Dr hall of Famer Bill press, we will see a Thursday, man. Can't wait to see. Okay. Thanks. Likewise. Cool. Oh, yeah. This is gonna be epic. Epoch I say. Were you been Jefferson Beauregard inter in the third? I had to check which one was my then I just been just been busy. Yeah. Really today. I was working out. And then I got stuck in a Taco Bell. That's right. You were stuck at the Taco Bell across the street for a half hour managed during the school grant. So that's right now, that's Jeff the intern. Good, man. Good, man. All right. Any word from Laney? He's probably listening and realize that he's gonna buy books and lunch didn't wanna talk to us. Now. Okay. What are we doing? Then call an audible figure it out gotta Wilders. Now, he's in Germany, and they won't let them send audio files for some reason. He said the Germans don't like me for some reason. All right. Well, anyway, we'll figure it out. And we'll be back after the top of the hour break with the assistant city manager. Santa Rosa, our friend David Julian when we come back on the drive on ks SRO with Pat Kerrigan proposition six which would repeal the twelve cent gas tax the folks who are not in favor of that repeal. Nancy hall Bennett is here twelve cents is hardly anything at the end of the day ends up being less than ten dollars a month for driver. And what's the cost of losing? It. The cost is dangerous roads roads that are deficient Noma counties. Morning news on k SRO. Hi, I'm Mike McGuire. And I'm grateful to represent sonoma's.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"And farmers for whom a suit is just not part of the daily routine one company in tokyo washes thought the workforce in these sectors deserved a sartorial upgrade so it set out to design a suit that would be practical enough to where no matter what the profession it would look like a suit the slacks the collared buttondown shirt the jacket but one that would be water resistant stretchy and comfortable to wear and come with plenty of pockets and it had to be machine washable the person wearing the suit would be doing physical labor and sweating under sink in ricefield on a rubbish truck but should not end up looking to rumbled even better if he could wear it on a date after work this is how office came up with the work where suit it did so to solve a problem you see japan's population of young people is declining and it's getting hard for companies in blue collar industries to find new employees one of washes business is repairing water pipes in homes and apartments and it's not glamorous work why executives thought that having employs where sued would make the sector seems somehow more respectable more attractive to young people so the company has signed a three woman team to come up with a solution and in march wash employees started wearing a navy colored work where suit these implants were used to wearing a stiff cotton twelve shirt with large pockets and snap buttons and loosefitting pleaded cotton trousers dole newsdesk shuki by this when we first introduced the work west suit some employees were opposed to wearing body my stick that's i decide not coming head of washes style where the division in charge of developing the work where suit in those i get how did you say join you doc goodman disney the uniform they will before was easier they didn't have to think much about the parents of the have not seen as wasn't too concerned for them the wholesome to be more conscious of how they can duct themselves their parents those opposed to the suit felt it was too buff and up and there is continued for a month but ofter couple of months getting used to it and saying surprised positive reactions from customers most of our employees didn't want to go back to the old uniform stuck night so you go about how my team wearing a suit has made employs more self conscious they try harder to look good according to knuckle moda it's improved the quality of the company service and raise the profile of the brand in the past employs might have let their hair grow long or unruly now everyone shows up clean cut and some have even started wearing cologne there have been other benefits for the company the number of applications from first time job seekers has tripled and companies around the country have placed orders for the work where suit which cost around two hundred and thirty euros for their own employee's the inquiries heavy imported from overseas from china taiwan south korea and spain there's been so much interest in the work where suit that washes can't keep up with demand it's now likely to exceed its first year sales target of one hundred million japanese yen about seven hundred seventy thousand euros the company is already at work on three new colors in slightly different shapes and silhouettes which will be out in the fall it's also making progress on work shoes caps and gloves so that once sharp dividing line between white collar and blue collar workers that's blurring and all because this company thought that it's industry could use an image boost for monopole in tokyo kenji hall thanks kenji and you can hit more from kenji and mole own that sort of theme on moral on design of course our laser focus on design finding mission the website all wherever you get your podcast as curator monocle twenty four welcome back to the curator the best of the last week on multiple twenty four with me so much and marcus hit pay and mockus liked to alight on a particularly compelling topic and that is the just published monica guides to tells ins and hideaways which is out now on oh good bookshops and always week we have been rifling the pages for inspiration checking in something the sites and plumping up the pillows our first stop was the hotel sell her in vienna this imposing building just behind to the opera house has been hosting guests seems eighteen seven two six eight site there are one hundred and.

"doc goodman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You want to plug it in there and oath the individual you get is one hell of a player remember the rumor about six weeks ago when chandler hutchison maybe it was a month ago whenever the combine was chandler hutchison dropped out and he said he's been granted assurance that he's getting drafted by a team in the twenties and somehow it was immediately assume that it was the bulls i think i think bartlestein might be his agent right mark is a local guy a local nba agents got a lot of big time players is that still on liquor the bulls taking hutchinson at twenty two tonight well okay so troy brown falls past i don't think troy brown would get past tips to be honest he might not get past pop at eighteen he might not get past tips at twenty because he's one of those nice and rangy athletic defensive guys that tibbs probably would like do they hope stephen chances they're probably not the way he's throwing up the draft boards are they still taking hutchinson at twenty two so jonathan cavani who's great he works for espn dot com he did a draft this morning based on all the latest intel he had based on that intel he does have the bulls taking chandler hutchison at twenty two but jeff doc goodman was out with waddle and silvy yesterday and he's tapped in his anyone he thinks that rumor is ridiculous because he said why would any team make a promise to take a player not knowing who could fall like why twenty two i've never heard of that like making a promise to a guy you don't know how the boards gonna look by the time you get to twenty i said that at the time i said that seems crazy that you promise a guy owns twenty two were drafting you bob even though something sat there and then you you break your word ryan now nobody wants to deal with you i think at this into the whole conversation on espn dot com he's ranked as the thirty sixth prospect that's the twenty two is way high what many experts are kind of looking at hundreds of now i didn't have him in the first round if he's the guy and you think he's the next kuzma and you found a diamond in the rough and he's a guy who's proven it in college and a smaller school and yeah go get him but a lot of people are kind of projecting him in the mid thirties and i'm still looking at the bulls may have told them that they're interested they know the agent very well but like to make a promise i don't know you know you're when you were coming out the nfl's different you're talking about when you came out what the rate rounds nine rounds when you came out twelve browns okay they're twelve rounds cut it down to seven about nineteen ninety something you've told the story like there were teams they called you and said listen you know we might take you where we're in washington and a sixth round give me a call they took cantwell's out of nebraska ended up playing in the arena football league at a call from green bay a little bit later on but does anybody make a promise or the i'll say hey we we might stand the draft they were saying hey listen to a couple of other guys are going to look at your monitor and we'll get back to either way they never got back to either way right well once they tell you that if they don't take it so that we talk and you can go blow it out your keystone melton arlington heights on espn one thousand l by being.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on WWL

"Was suspended by the national football league for four games of the two thousand eighteen season the first four games i'll add without pay for violating the league's performance enhancing drug policy we don't know what drug it was we don't know if it was a supplement are some sort of other performance enhancing drug we're not entirely clear as to was this something that he got tested last year and then it came out i tend to think that it's something that it's this year based on when a team reports for offseason conditioning every player subject to random drug testing this is when they can do it does the window which the nfl can do it and open that up it's been going on since march so about six weeks later again we don't know the substance how big of a loss is this for the saints doc goodman thanks appreciate the call i got a couple of questions and you kind of touched on what i was going to say you know 'cause i know the nfl has a lot of rules about what these guys can take and can't take i mean he could have been something as simple as a pre workout that wasn't authorized by the league that he had possibly be taken a us and failed the test but lately sitting at again joe wanna make sure i heard you credit senate again i was saying it could have been anything you kind of touched on it could have been supplemented could have been.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is eating late so i recommend do not eat your last meal within ninety minutes of going to sleep this is a critical that is completely doable yeah absolutely and by the way if people would just not eat right before going to sleep they could lose weight just they just stopped doing that that's a bad habit number one number two is that snacking is good i love snacking so in the book we have more than sixty recipes for meals we have snack options all i recommend people eat late nights tax if they're hungry rather than eating a meal okay so one hundred fifty calories a less is not going to hurt you then put your but to bed i mean simple as that but don't sit there and gouge john gorge on fifteen two thousand calories ice cream oh forget it you're not gonna win i mean seriously dr ian smith again the book is called the clean twenty number one new york times bestselling author shred and there's a reason you see dr smith everywhere it's because he's great he knows what he's doing he's great he looks great on tv because you know he's in shape some of these actors illustrate on tv camera tricks becoming their five hundred doc goodman did you popcorns good air popped popcorn is great oil stuff well oil you know boyle brings other things with it but i like air popped popcorn called pop i'm not the only air popped popcorn so people should try to get air popped popcorn but yeah it's light it's a whole grain believe it or not has all three parts of the grain it's when we add you know the butter and all the sugar and so once again this is the situation have some air popped popcorn i mentioned as a potential snack but be careful of all the ad is preservatives go in and third apparently there's one typographical error in the book and the clean snacks chapter you have was sabi peas and the snack last that's got to be a mistake what are you talking about the savvy peace delicious you don't like that aren't they great i love great on a handful it's dr ian smith always great to see you there who don't play some golf this year yes we are.

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"doc goodman" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"doc goodman" Discussed on WLOB

"To greater portland's new fm one hundred point five w l o b now back to information please like yet known on congress do have now tentative i was gonna say can't at night to be assisted to defend that's not know that light good yes tom cannot be assessed at your can't we be front that would why would you accept that the assistance emmer yet let me right doc goodman as a as a popular unpopular consent and fourth and last cynic a slang phrase that would give us the popular conception of what a cynic is myskina says you says you would be good so walk as a soccer ball on every minute any of you remember that we must up in addition of a cynic from oscar while this a amac button nice mr edmond senators one who our free price of everything in the value of north america that's quite correct houses oscar wilde too all right that's four out of four we can't get them down hasn't often the money so far the next question comes from the city from his newlook google deals with crime crimes what crime was committed by each of the following literary characters and when asked me get five hundred five on this the first is danny deeper what crime denny deavere commit miskine adahan appart who shot a comrade sleeping ira good very good from a what part from betty diva by keeping very good myskina thank to clyde grid lied griffith mr speaker ryan grim the murder a girl up in new york state from what the book is it well an american tragedy ah by billboard rice willing to get that out of mr adams on you're so coy missed you really know the thing three captain blood captain blood captain blunt like the chance on that and skin i know the book but i don't know what crime he did you read the book but don't know what no i didn't read the book could i the owner oh you about has a lovely caverns by sabatini that all delightful but it will not answer the question i'm sorry on now retiring humiliation ibew all right to any of the rest of you were like two guests batman lump stabbed demand and a do not a bit of it not a bit selfconfidence missed a cure and how illfounded now the answer is piracy.

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