20 Burst results for "Dorgan"
"dorgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So, Larry, I guess the big news really this week is about the stimulus bill that $1.9 Trillion President Biden is proposing it was thought it might be bipartisan. Now looks like he's going to really push it through no matter whether Republicans couple aboard or not, you were in the Obama administration when you went for a big stimulus package. And some people think you didn't go far and fast enough. Do you agree with President Biden's approach? But he's got to get this thing through me. Just first, say, David, I don't think there's any question In retrospect, it would have been better if we done larger stimulus during the Obama administration. I think we understood that at the time. The constraint re president Obama's memoirs was not an economic judgment. It was a political judgment about what could pass through the Congress, given the consensus that existed at that time given where Republicans were and Given where Democrats like Senator Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan and Nelson from Nebraska were at that time, So I think the lesson that we need more stimulus. Um We wish we had more stimulus is really a valid lesson. I'm not in a position to judge a tactics. It's certainly better to do things on a bipartisan basis. But negotiation is about leverage. And if the Democrats have no capacity.
Cathedral hosts memorial service after 'enormously popular' resident stray cat dies
"Fernandez Kitty, a notable London house of worship is honoring a cat. The Southwark Cathedral held a memorial service for a stray cat named darkens Magnificat. The cat had been living in the cathedral for 12 years and passed away. Recently. The cathedral's dean Andrew Nun, says Dorgan's rose to fame within the community and even got to meet Queen Elizabeth herself. One says the cat casually looked at the queen and
"dorgan" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Nine seven three nine eight ninety seven come on in any Dorgan's chancery letter today from whether hand will have his name was Willie and the costs of roughly two we got some just I. read your resume I got a text yeah yeah with their hand Willie right that was okay so we'll review the next hasn't made later that day yeah well weathered wow I'm so offended right now I turned the dial to a different radio station if only my withered hand had had enough stress in it's terrible that you know it is awful okay why you left this room then it's you know you remind me I had a kid next to me in school John would always say Billy Carney stop laughing at curly you're only encouraging it we're also prophetically yeah right okay okay Carly curly no but to be like they would say the same in the U. stop laughing early encouraging and how about the tourney that explains there so many lawsuits when it comes to music right yeah we often do this copy writing every six months we do with this sounds a lot like if anyone after Sam Smith in the one millions of dollars for not blurred lines and all that other stuff okay and I think you have an L. ice ran into some problems so the problem is accorded this guy this attorney we discover that there is only so many melodies there only so many notes that can be arranged in so many ways and that's different than say visual art whether an incident number of brushstrokes in an infinite number of colors in an infinite number of subjects that to accidentally to them is very difficult similarly that with language the English language has a hundred and seventeen thousand words in it so the odds of accidentally reading the same paragraph are next to zero in contrast music doesn't have a hundred seventeen thousand words MusicCast eight notes doremi fossel Latino one two three four five six seven eight and every popular melody that's ever existed never can exist is those eight notes on her chart in plants yeah I think you I think you got him there John I think here there were going to leave us a lot to DO he explains so what they do and try to solve the problem this is pretty ninety that this doesn't give us a quick Acevedo hi crush my calling no I said no can you write an algorithm to be able to March through every melody that's ever existed and ever can't exist so yeah I could do that so at a rate of three hundred thousand dollars this is gonna be a Ted talk yes they are the easiest laughs those tech talk audiences also his imitation knows really bad listen this again yeah I can do that what a rate of three hundred thousand dollars per second he wrote a program to write to disk every melody that's ever existed and ever can't exist in in my hand right now is every melody that's ever existed and ever can't exist and the thing is to be copyrighted you don't have to do anything formal as soon as it's written to a fixed tangible medium this hard drive it's copyrighted automatically now you might think at this point are you some sort of coverage for all is trying to take over the world and I would say no I am not absolutely not we in fact the opposite is true knowing our songwriters of cells we want to make the world better for songwriters so what we've done is we're taking everything putting in the public domain we're trying to keep space open for songwriters to be able to make music mmhm okay that's absolutely fascinating I still I you and I think of both skeptical about really every single no one elderly man to quit a job on that project right but even if they could do something like that they say that legally we don't know if this has any merit they can you really copy write everything and anything here's the argument that if a note is just seen as a fact you can't copy right facts yet so if you put this note here of there only eight notes as you point out their stars and all that too but if you take a note A. B. C. D. E. F. G. just give them a number that's a fact you can then string a number of facts together to make a copyrightable if that's really what they did with an algorithm then that might not hold up in court as as a legitimate copy Russ is also rests in those beats yeah yeah I'd someone's gonna hold for two beats are you rest of her whole Notre half note is also that is included in there as well that just simply writing out I guess just the sort of binary zero on one or in this case the eight notes in every single combination that could possibly be and yes but they have they must be a lot of combinations because if they do three hundred thousand in the second that are either three or thousand mail these will be interesting now is if they are songwriters do they just go in crib for their own stuff Hey let's see what melody three thousand four hundred twenty three years let's write a song that grab that one yeah well the people to do that well like only at concerts and stuff that people make that noise you know is that the person did it this Ted talk at the end yeah we're not yeah yeah I was a brand new car while very brainy Carlisle on Sunday yeah and she even with the symphony a yeah they did a bunch of people that are the symphony yeah and it's like there must be the same person must do that every single concert it could be but there is a tradition within symphony halls of shouting Bravo well a lot of this is that every yeah because always somebody and it's I think they're doing that in.
"dorgan" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"The protest the BBC's Sebastian usher says the protests were not totally unexpected in the past few months US officials have warned of Iran's willingness to strike back against American targets through its regional proxies that shadow conflict is not escalated president trump and Iran's top leader Ayatollah Ali how may have traded accusations but still insist they're not seeking war on the other bank of the river tigris in Baghdad protested two faced off against the Iraqi political elite for weeks have dialed the disassociate themselves from the anti US aggression one of them main targets has been around over weaning influence on Iraq's government on Sunday U. S. airstrikes killed more than twenty members of the militia house Democrats on and off the campaign trail are vowing to talk more about health care Bernie Bennett has details a good answer hello she said Monday that Democrats will prioritize getting healthcare legislation signed into law when lawmakers return to capitol hill next week hello zero the dear colleague letter to members of our caucus our priority will be to continue a drumbeat across America to pass that lower drug costs now act into law Republicans have been highly critical of the house passed a drug pricing bill the measure which would allow the government to negotiate lower prices for prescription drugs is one of the house Democrats top priorities and is expected to be touted by vulnerable Democrats up for reelection next year president trump is instead supported a more modest bipartisan bill the Senate to lower drug prices legislation that does not include a provision to negotiate prices some ball finals this afternoon citrus bowl Alabama beat Michigan thirty five sixteen in the outback bowl Minnesota thirty one Auburn twenty four right now in the Rose Bowl in the second period was constantly Dorgan ten seven news and analysis at town hall dot com Christmas.
"dorgan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"He don't call the best game at then sometimes that you are going to get there this year yeah I think so too upset me too and I wanted to also ask. You didn't Dorgan basketball. How good do you think they can be there I am I am a huge huge huge fan of of Tom Green in fact <hes> had a long talk with them not long ago and <hes> he is recruiting really well and he's a hard nose coach and I think I think the dogs are going to be pretty close to the tournament? Tournament may even get into tournaments issue. Oh well. That's good to hear your problem well. Thank you Steven Really. I'm glad you made it well. Thank you very much to thanks for your son for getting you in Jason in Atlanta Hello Jason Hey Paul. How are you doing longtime listener gray tabby on <hes> so I've got two questions I'm calling from Georgia and Tennessee Vall <hes> I are West opponent? This year's Mississippi state and I really don't know anything about them. What what's your initial reaction that game then the U._N.? <hes> would you put you know having the advantage in that one <hes> where where's that game. Is that in September <hes> that's a tough game to call. I think Mississippi State is going to be a solid team but <hes> I don't know why Tennessee can't beat them at home right right <hes> and then I guess my second question <hes> bringing Jim Chaney..
"dorgan" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"What's going on everybody? This is Josh Dorgan house. The bigger pockets podcasts here with my co host, Mr.. I was once a host Brandon Turner. What's funny is we both started this recording? And we looked at each other. Like, wait who's going to do the this? You know? Anyway, we figured it out. You take it you good to have you back today. What's up, man? I am. I'm super super excited to be back, especially for today's show with a guest that I'm just an absolutely huge fan of. So it's great to be back. Great to see you. Unfortunately, the beard continues to grow frightening, children everywhere. Schrimm this the other day, you know, it's I got some new beard oil in the mail. Well, you know Christmas gift from Heather. Oh, you got to me and. Yeah. It's actually John Cooper beard oil, which has got John Cooper is the lead singer of a band called Skillet, and he has beard oil and not I like Skillet. So she got me his beard oil, which is I think we should have Brandon Turner beard oil. We'll sell it on bigger projects rate have idea. All right. I'm co founder. Of the beardie Brandon beard oil anyway. Yes. So those don't know Josh air was the host of the bigger pockets podcast for five years, by the way across the podcast, especially, but anyway, we're here for five years, and you come back for, you know, occasionally, especially shows that you're excited about today's guests actually you introduced me to his books, and then I read them, and I love them. And you're like we should get Jesse on the show, and I am also founder of bigger pockets. Oh, yeah. That's right. You also the founder of the world's greatest website. So this brand you've got a few things going for you want to preneurs realize, you know, boy fan. Well, it's it's definitely good to be back. Good to peer, and and I'm psyched, and it's good to see you. And thank you. Everybody for listening. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you for listening. But before we gets today's show. Let's get to today's cool. Quarter to this quick tip is very short simple and sweet think of one person in your life. Who was an entrepreneur who's going to grow a business trying to do something. Great and send them a text message with this podcast every every podcast like service, or if they're all watch YouTube has the ability like share the episodes, so shoot it to one person right now, unless you're driving do it when you stop. But this show is going to help so many people Jesse the yesterday's real about entrepreneurship, and probably the most successful enterpreneur we've ever had on the show period. So has gonna love this. So stay for that. But before we introduce you to Jesse let's gets it. Today's show sponsor. Here's a topic that comes up a lot when I talked with bigger pockets members real.
"dorgan" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Wow, blah, blah. Here. Those two dummies Dorgan goes. All right, Trump Canadian. We're halfway there. It's Wednesday, October twenty seven. And we still got a couple of weeks. Sorry, a couple of days ago before were off for the weekend. And of course you have c. two twenty nine pretty excited about that. That car that's coming up. What do you think Benson holds up by the way we talk about greatest lightweights ever. There's a few names that like if you just want like throw a bunch of names of the wall and then break them down, start with BJ Penn. You start with Frankie. Edgar, you start with Benton Anderson, Anthony, Perez cans. Hubby jump Pulver. You throw about ten or twelve up there and then you. Okay. Yeah, this guy's disqualified for this reason and that reason, whatever. Any hours as a case. I know he does some might say what you're crazy, but I'm telling you, I'm a belt guy. First of all belts, great records really stand out title defences those become tiebreakers, but Eddie Alvarez did win the Biltmore belt and for anyone that's that was pillow. Tor he went over to the UC Bill grandia no title defences, but still he's won some big, big fights along the way. He's also dropped some big fights a long way, but he's only thought great fighters, at least for the last ten years. It seems like. But, but you know, Gilbert Melendez also had. Some Elsie WC and strikeforce. Yeah. And these guys held high rankings McGregor did win the belt, but no title defense. And he really doesn't have like a long a resume at one hundred fifty five. Now, if you win Saturday now he's a two time champion. But beating a beep is a major major skin on his wall. Hubby needs title events is he's undefeated. He's eight or nine and no. In the UC he's got some skins on the wall, but Connor would add to that and he would stay undefeated. But that would only be as first title defense. Hell a lot of people don't even like to give them credit because he didn't meet the incumbent, which there wasn't any Connor got stripped and the interim got it. Got injured Ferguson definitely would have an argument even though he's one, no belts, he's fucking thirteen in one as a UFC Lila is pretty damn impressive. So it's fun to throw ten twelve James up there and then eventually pull them down. You know, a lot of people are like, what have you done for me lately? They're not gonna acknowledgments in in the late or the first decade of the two, thousands, and then the early part of the next decade. Because, hey, I just wasn't around for it, then I don't remember it. Then we are lucky enough to remember it and have lived through it. And you know, we give proper due to to allow these guys, but that that would probably be like a good fund debate for about two days to just, you know, come like, I, I would almost like to do like the Miss Universe or not miss America's easier. Miss America here the fifty. Yeah, and they all walked down the go. All right, but we gotta get grass tax here. Let's go down to our final twelve. That's usually something they do. I would love to do that with the weights and go all right there they are. But now let's go down to our final five. And then from there provide compelling arguments or whatever. I'm sorry. Oh, sorry. The problem with Benson for me is he doesn't have very many destructive moments that some of these other people that you guys are talking about, they have had those moments. He hasn't really had those. Emissions. It goes different defenses and titles. Man..
"dorgan" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"I think for folks that are starting to save their first hundred grand still to kind of wrap their heads around something that frankly, the owner of bigger pockets, Josh Dorgan also did really well alongside you on this kind of same similar journey. Absolutely. Josh is a great community builder and so smart to have done it that way. And I don't know. I don't know what it is about those blogs. Why? Why we kind of keep him so close. But yeah, it's certainly a blessing to be running a business that where you're able to involve so many people. In your ego doesn't get in the way of of sorting releasing some of it to allow others to participate in grow it. So it's been really cool to do. Yeah. Yet there is plenty of accolades go around for everybody you can. You can involve everybody in, hey, this person a really great job doing this, and that doesn't diminish you at all. And since we're talking about accolades, we have to give a shout out to Jessica the best ever buff. Gin is a fantastic. You tell me she's our official manager of vents, think supposed to call director of events. That's what our title is. But she started off the first year. She was my first contract hire for the for the business, and she's a buddy from college who just has that organizing mind, you know, kind of put together the party. And so she's been working with the business ever since and now she's fulltime with me and she's just great. She knows everyone is a good relationship builder as well as details person. So I needed someone like that to help me grow it. And she someone also that I trusted very well. And so I tend to hire people that I have a lot of trust with. I mean, so a lot of people who have known along time, which I think is different than a lot of people tend to hire. But that's just my comfort zone for whatever and I can. I can sort of absolve myself, not absolve myself, but sort of feel comfortable knowing that as more folks are kind of have their hands in the business, it's people at least I trust and have known a long time. So feel free to tell me if I'm completely wrong in this assertion here, but we hired your first couple of folks though. I assume you to put it a lot more time and energy into these relationships with over the first year or so, maybe two to get this up and running and then you're kind of able to kind of hang back a little bit more. Is that correct? Is there kind of reinvestment like almost like anti for the first year? So while you're building this business particular your trust in the first few place? Absolutely. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I love doing it, so it's hard to pull me away from it..
"dorgan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Oh so long for this night i prayed but a star would guide you my way to share with me this special day where a ribbons in the sky for our love a ribbon in the sky performed by the great stevie wonder and you'll london adams well real estate cannot be lost or stolen dorgan to be carried away purchase with commonsense paid in full and manage with reasonable care it is a the safest investment in the world said former president franklin.
"dorgan" Discussed on WFLA News Radio
"Gotta say it again don't forget we have a podcast now it is world wide it's actually in the whole universe for broadcasting everywhere outside of our galaxy that we're not going to be boosting we're not going to be a really using facebook to promote our shows that much anymore we're going to be using it to promote the podcast sadly no he spoke about it in the last show that there is a facebook conspiracy check this out someone right good friends who works at google he sent me this link for you'll realize when you're on facebook or facebook messenger all your contacts are uploaded to facebook so i had to take them off because otherwise they can literally contact all of your you must have opted into that we all it really does it's ridiculous i'm i'm figuring out senate i think you'll like a couple of days or next week or something like there there's a big he's testified before congress it'll be interesting that guy's the most socially awkward dork i've ever seen so it'll be it'll be here he's the richest have you ever heard of talk now more than five seconds is pretty intelligent i think his jet thanks for the ride dorgan you're not writing back it's okay it's all wanted anyway.
Trump's possible China tariffs send opponents scrambling
"With the f i g g bridge group says the cracking would need repairs quote but from a safety perspective we don't see that there are any issue so we are not concerned about it from that perspective six people are known dead search teams expect to find more victims in the rubble president trump is considering imposing tariffs on imports from china the ap's mike rossier has details a new round of tariffs could be announced by the white house as early as next week this time president donald trump is considering hitting imports from china the tariffs would be tied to a us investigation launched last august it'll china's failure to stop intellectual property theft the white house would invoke the rarely used section three oh one of the trade act of nineteen seventyfour that authorizes the president to take all appropriate action if a foreign government violates an international trade agreement the us had a trade imbalance last year of five hundred sixty six billion dollars with china the largest source of the deficit mike rossier washington us chamber of commerce national retail federation are warning against president trump imposing such tariffs this is ap radio news i huge mural in new york city created by the british graffiti artists banksie protest the imprisonment of an artist and journalist in turkey ap's ed donahue has detail the seventy foot mural shows black tally marks representing zero dorgan's days in a turkish prison doganov shown jail behind one set of the marks she's in prison after painting the turkish flag flying over the rubble of destroyed town shannon galp and walked by the mural get more people to recognize this story and see realized artists are being jailed for nothing more than chinese their voice this man roger sandino claims he saw banks and my friend on silent disclosure you can't really give you a description of him you know but he's a very nice person on instagram banks he wrote about dogan sentenced to nearly three years in jail for painting a single picture i'm ed donahue i'm tim maguire ap radio news easter is coming up and i can't wait to have the whole family in one place and of course what's easter without an awesome easter brunch now i don't know about your family but mine is a little picky and i really.
Banksy Mural in New York
"A new round of tariffs could be announced by the white house as early as next week this time president donald trump is considering hitting imports from china the tariffs would be tied to a us investigation launched last august it'll china's failure to stop intellectual property theft the white house would invoke the rarely used section three oh one of the trade act of nineteen seventy four that authorizes the president to take all appropriate action if a foreign government violates an international trade agreement the us had a trade imbalance last year of five hundred sixty six billion dollars with china the largest source of the deficit mike rossier washington us chamber of commerce national retail federation are warning against president trump imposing such tariffs this is ap radio news i huge mural in new york city created by the british graffiti artists banksie protests the imprisonment of an artist and journalist in turkey ap's ed donahue has detail the seventy foot mural shows black tally marks representing zero dorgan's days in a turkish prison doganov is shown jail behind one set of the marks she's in prison after painting the turkish flag flying over the rubble of a destroyed town shannon galp walked by the mural get more people to recognize this woman's story in see realize they hardis or being jailed for nothing more than chinese their voice this man roger sandino claims he saw banks me and my friend on silent disclosure you can't really give you a description of him no he's a very nice person on instagram banks he wrote about dogan sentenced to nearly three years in jail for painting a single picture i'm ed donahue i'm tim maguire ap radio news easter is coming up and i can't wait to have the whole family in one place and of course what's easter without an awesome easter brunch now i don't know about your family but mine is a little picky and i really wanted to impress them with something delicious a friend told me i should check out total.
"dorgan" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The uh the put yourself mexican or is a bakery so hurry stevens went to the bakery and the guy said i hear here's some bonds you can use funds to hold the sausage so anyhow i hear you stevens put this sausages in the bunch went back to the ballpark and at the time the bonds warned sliced you had to do that yeah that's right running out of the they they did that and they uh had the vendors walking around the ballpark holding up these bonds with a sausage in them edwards a famous newspaper cartoonist at the game that day pad dorgan and in those days many newspapers say may remember this used to run cartoons cartoons instead of photographs the giant play others this guy was one of the leading cartoonists in new york the new york world newspaper was and he saw the vendors walking around with the barnum nurse a sausage and the bonded the logic reminded him of a docks and so he drew a cartoon with a docks and in a bond you you know with the vendor holding that yeah nice to tighter with hot docs and and he was on deadline and he finished a cartoon and he started right the headline and he realized he didn't know how to spell box and he wasn't sure so he took easy way out he's he just called it hot dog and that's where they got their name that's amazing and then this story is true george because at the baseball hall of fame and cooperstown new york uh that original cartoon is there that the gave us the name hot dogs a pet dorgan's its cartoon is there you can see it at the baseball hall of fame the alltime buck assassinating sacks where do.
"dorgan" Discussed on WTVN
"Sausage and the uh the put yourself next door is a bakery so hurry stevens went to the bakery and the guy said i hear her some bonds you can use funds still hold the sausage so anyhow i harry stevens put this sausages in the bonds went back to the ballpark and at that time the bonds warren sliced you had to do that yeah that's right when he oh the they they did that and they uh had the vendors walking around the ballpark holding up these bonds with a sausage in them edwards a famous newspaper cartoonist at the game that day tad dorgan and in those days many newspapers say may remember this used to run cartoons art zones instead of photographs the guy this guy was one of the leading cartoonists in new york of the new york world newspaper was and he saw the vendors walking around with a bond enough a sausage and the bonded the saatchi's reminded him of a docks and so he drew a cartoon with a docks and it a bond you know with the vendor holding that yeah nice gonna tied to it hot docs and and he was on deadline and he finished the cartoon and he started right the headline and he realized he didn't know how the spelled box and he wasn't sure so he book easy way out he's he's just called it hot dog and that's where they got their name uh and then this story is true george because at the baseball hall of fame and cooperstown new york uh that original cartoon is there that the gave us the name hawk dogs a ted dorgan's cartoon is uh there you can see it at the baseball hall of fame the alltime buck assassinating tax where do.
"dorgan" Discussed on WCTC
"You're married to that guy who does it gene and also ridiculous but i gave her her due on fashion every time began to your point both sides doing it is so horrified to think what people said about michelle obama war j crew or what her her arms to expose there are ni pictures of malania on the internet and michelle obama's arms offend people and she has the best arms show was the best oh my god i fleeing welcome to the taliban our guy dorgan this fight and i don't mean circle james will the two two sets arms a really well meals daily baylor now hilary i mean when you talk when you talk hot her she's it's very well yes she is going to be and golden girls gone wild like a new video coming out our pelosi lawrence going to be a hot when michael now i see kennedy grant my god well i mean she's running like one iron mans and triathlons and all kinds of ridiculousness so this i give the uh uh in her dean jenny fail i mean this yeah has lost by fifty patents congratulations and yet good job of ginny feel she's lost fifty pounds a say where you want folks works so here's the bad guy here she's now fifty pounds achieved like some shave i don't even appreciate exmaine you married to a woman that long and they get in that kind of shape now you have to kinda get in shape you know what i mean uh uh where she got a go and i know it's it's hard to do better he hasn't weird that when you're like when someone for a really like thailand you kind of i mean objectively lake you'll see a picture everyone's on you'll be like oh my god we look completely different gene reality every day you're just him pair of boxer and today a series due you i'm selling me on this mary what are you doing kid and.
"dorgan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Young ice let's not you not know the difference between a dog in a priority man on a you deserve whatever happens in your house after that a coyotes face in that frode beds was posted in their facebook did he looked like he didn't like that at all why is this human scrubbing me down with sons in water no and then i saw fdr from them one of these rabbit holes after i saw that story there was another person somewhere the confused possibly the cat of what is linked with you people get out of here now i want to go down to the rim as somebody who found the laws cat and there was a positive in the picture with talked of the positive screaming and then an and the note was like this is nasty the nasty cat stickers it's not a gatt hitsquad awesome get at i know i know go down there rabbit owned flood have got we should do a book a book people are idiots i mean honestly are you confuse dorgan coyote you don't deserve live after that whatever happens think if the coyote inch you deserve that the impact imperial can't be real what you're showing me which is the guy already on the couch watching television with a child there's so out there's no way that that's real that as them somebody voters job that coyote sitting next to a baby and you deserve your for your baby to be yes no gimmick put on the poll if you think if you could use a dog with a coyote.
"dorgan" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"It is one or two point seven kiss fm in a play this song and we get back to where the latest outta las vegas bieber blood pop kiss i was very much did she again she so that they gave approval them i'm just curious pattern don't you one i got out syria of the week so for gino we have something so wait no way dan we res yeah we re friends but during nephew god our body don't you tell since i left think of me dorgan said don't you i got sierra leone law we must though we had something so wait re yeah we read yeah we go you wonder i got the area only we have something good we.
"dorgan" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Lunch any more all i want is a reheated sausage on an old piece of bread in a microwave with some must in on it and must be good for me because i have more energy than i had a long time admittedly the chicken apple spicy sausages they have occasion variety they are so good the muster's even better and i'm a poor dorgan's another story he's laying it listlessly on the desk listening to the savage nation and he hasn't eaten all day he has stopped quivering i don't know what i'm gonna do with them after the show i'll try anything i candle holder my arms and sing lullabies to him but he's pretty sick and he's pretty all that i don't know what to do with them but right now i'm feeling good luck luck i got the ap radio everyone knows that the i wrote him so hard that when that's drew they don't need a workout than they did laugh i run them so hard they don't even laugh when it's a good joke but you know what the only reason they don't hate me even more than they do is because they know our work myself hotter than i do them my right guy in other words of ira lazy guy who was yelling and screaming to get this take at that tape you know they really hate me but the thing is they know how hard i work i give this my heart my so let me tell you that right now i feel good how do you feel watching trump stand up to these liars on the left you feel good you feel bad you think he lied you think he did the right thing you know they're trying to crucify him because that's the whole stockintrade when you have macho red cow who is a talentless hack of the worst kind she's a typical woman studies professor at the duke university suddenly she's a big star in the media for one reason because she's been attacking trump for nine straight months take any radical feminist ran a university and give her a microphone and they.
"dorgan" Discussed on So That Happened
"Hi thanks for dorgan out with me certain jesse i i saw the tyler of your book and i just have to say that was really gutsy man yes my the biggest fans of bitter course my daughter's eaten for which makes my wife on the other side of this divide but i think more people like it than don't yeah it's really good and i mean i think this this subject is at the intersection of to kind of complicated uh ideas that or at least the ideas that are presented as complicated and difficult to understand and i think despoiling down to this is really just about people being chicken schett's is really it's it's a really effective rhetorical maneuver but but tell us about the book white why did you want to write about about this how'd you get into chicken shift sure well you know i think that is a problem in society and it's a flip side of our mass incarceration problem which has gotten a lot of attention on the problem that we have that all we all know about which is that we disproportionately in overly punitively punish put the poor and a disproportionately black um and people of color uh and uh there's a flip side as i say which is that we do not adequately punisher police the rich and powerful in fact my argument now is that we've lost the will and ability to prosecute top corporate executives that they have impunity commit crimes and i wanted to trace that i was very troubled by financial crisis i think it's a problem that goes beyond the banks and is not just about the financial crisis but affects all sorts of companies from industrialst attacked to pharmaceuticals to retailers um and they have the ability to as i say commit crimes with impunity yeah alex i i think yeah you've you've been a business a reporter with us for several years now but i feel like.
"dorgan" Discussed on The ONE Thing
"And think and ask the questions of this has been one of the biggest aha's for us with our founding members as we created this is just creating the space for them on a weekly basis to stop to ask what is my purpose you know what is the thing that i am here am i taking the right actions what are my priorities is it on my calendar what could distract me snide start hard in fact it's surprisingly simple yet seldom lead done true well mr dorgan where can people in fact okay bigger pockets who should be listening to the podcast e powell will i know of this is the podcast from the outside the fact if i love witty banter and goodlooking hosts naral man so bigger pockets podcast i would say is for anybody who wants to find their path towards financial wellness although are the subject matter is real estate investing at its core whereabout by helping people find that financial wellness financial freedom so an and obviously that means different things different people some people it means i wanna be a billionaire or good for them there no good luck uh some people it means i wanna have your income above and beyond my my fulltime job which i love and and i'm how can i get there some people it's i hit my job i hit my life real estate seems like a cool way to go lemme me go where we're for people who've never been in real estate ever before we we we have listeners who have our institutional investors people who've done hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate our our show.