17 Burst results for "Dube"

"dube" Discussed on Cam Girl Diaries Podcast

Cam Girl Diaries Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Cam Girl Diaries Podcast

"Girls here about experiences. Like if you're thinking about becoming ve cam girl you should do the show. Here cam girl diaries. And we'll fucking hook that up. You know just the enemy and we could set up an interview. You know it could be the next guest. What the fuck was i saying. Completely forgot smoked a little. Fuck the smoke a little too much fucking Dube's smoked dube's. Before i did this shouldn't do that. There's no good fuck. What the fuck was i saying. I forget his suck see. That's why i'd rather do an interview. Fucking keep thinking. Share it and you know because i got like i got a bunch of shipped i want fucking say or get out there you know. I have my notes because there was. You know like how. It's difficult schedule guests. This fucking schedules. Don't work you know. Or why started cam girl diaries. I think that's the fucking diatribe i've been on. Why started this. You know but yeah it's educational. I mean that's what you know. That's what it comes down to. It's educational you're gonna learn something if you if you watched the first episode. Did you learn anything. Of course you did learned all kinds of shit you know. That's why i'm excited to fucking do this. You know just gotta fuck in. I gotta get in my mind. Look i gotta do it fucking weekdays because that's really. The only times are available and even on weekdays. It's hard to get like. I can't do it in like it has to be at night and that's usually when they're you know going live. I shooting custom videos and shit. So i've really got a fucking work around their schedule. You know and that's it. I guy work around their schedule. That's what it comes down to. So it's my fucking fall now hopefully one day. you know. that won't be an issue you know like because the bigger this gets the more people gets out to the more you know girls are going to see the value in this like oh i could get you know..

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"dube" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A reckless Dube. And so you know, but the bottom line is if if you project negative things in a relationship into the marriage 10 years in numbers if you marry a princess And you think she's not gonna be a princess 10 years in your own idiot. She's still gonna be a princess. Okay, If you marry a guy girls that that doesn't like to work much. He's lazy. Don't expect him to suddenly get ambitious after there's a ring. Okay, that that's a dumb Yeah, And so you can project these behaviors into your future relationship, and that makes them if they're bad enough. A deal breaker on the relationship. I mean, well, you experienced this in your dating life. You told me stories about absolutely. But I think that's why I'm still single because I took the old Dave Ramsey philosophy. I didn't like that stupid, crazy range. You know, I just come straight forward, but that's I totally agree with you. I think for me at 36. I'm like I'm done trying to, you know, be soft. You know, this is this is what I think. And this is what I mean. You can cut to the chase pretty quick. You know, you don't have to go a year into it to figure this out. Like like 26 minutes into the first day you go Ding ding. 26 minutes takes me a 10 minute show. Oh, Whoa. All right, e don't want no anymore. E don't want to know your techniques. You don't need to tell him over the air. I mean, you might write a book on this sometime. But if someone says, Hey, I wanna do finances or, you know, I want to purchase a car. I want to stick with the credit card 10 minutes into the game. We already know this is this is not going where I wanted to go. Yeah. And if they're belligerent about it predict exactly if they go well, you could probably talk me out of it. Okay? We'll keep talking. Let's do that. If they're like, and you're not going to change me, I don't know who you're good. Okay? I won't check. Please.

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"dube" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"In the fields of space plasmas and pantley megadose fears her career spans involvement in the exploration of outer solar system. It's nasr voyager. Galileo nuclear and juno missions confront to pleasure to be here. Thank you yeah so I want to start with pluto Did you have a paper. entitled pluto's interaction with space and wineman solar wind energetic particles than dust puto. I guess cold and probably said having been demoted from from planetary. Wait a minute to all people up people planet planets right all right but you know A little bit of a demotion they released but it is out there And this sort of a strange world so we sent a mission that you are intimately involved called. New horizons left around. I believe twenty fifteen. Is that right now. I left the two thousand six nine year. Flight out the nightmare. Yeah hopefully snow plus clause nine year nine year flight and that sort of fly by fly by guess wasn't twenty fifteen and it is still allow puto or it is taken off from no no no. We were moving too fast pluto. We didn't have the field to go into orbit around. Pluto does very small so difficult to get captured. we went on straight poss- pluto. I fly by and then We went on to visit another covered about object and continuing to go out into the in the sol system. Okay dube's to help contact with the boys are to absolutely you you i actually is just..

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"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"Do this practice but at interestingly just a random fact why a lot of my friends that social workers went into pr because we are is basically building relationships. And i think when you're a social worker you know you very empathetic and compassionate. So it's one of the things that we supposed to be good at is voting relations with people. So yeah so that's That's interesting but yeah. I mean i do like doing marketing You know and i. I live promoting that. So i think it was part of our well. You know the idea to do this you you'll you'll lawn of progress in this. It's not it's not a straight path and it just. It's i find it interesting because you assign that pr and such a work has has similarity to its do you what what is the. What is the next thing for you. What is what is going to happen in the future. Full from early put us. I think that's when i started this. I would never have thought that we would grow this match..

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"Suite till the the using of the of the products and you guys did the courses that we put together on youtube and use it to try new stuff. So how many of your thoughts have done the courses and has has. It improved the confidence i mean. Did they know everything that was. There's no like has has improved the the way of using the products muslim ackman goals. And did it any differently. They helped him a lot. And i found that they actually taught you know the address deduce it and things because they counteract way or the easy way to make a copy just things that you didn't actually know like how to create folders like ideas on how to make things easier for yourself and then the wine actually without stuff now we if we give them another up you know like just choose to things and sack. I'm gonna show you how to do this have to do that so at the staff meeting. You know we because we can share the screen. I would also show them. This is how you can do. So we've been training them. You know on west in easy things what they can do like. I know that's not really part of the g suit but the whole thing that you showed us how can be a what's up on your computer as also helped loved all of them as well so they most of them have. They went up on be laptops as well so that you are like little things like that. We trying to teach them. Because i think that they don't always have time to do the goes absolutely look. I think i think if you have a specific thing that that works properly for your company and it does make it easier Old doing this one thing. This is the best way to do it. And then you runs on the san pitch. So that's that's the to using that using the coast and select practical experience to to make it better for you got a lot lot of companies that we deal with a say..

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"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"You. Is that you do have a fairly young and stop and you'll staff of old grind up g mail address. They've all grown up with everything cloud. We're not going to give away your angel my age and but we around from full there was insen it yes an incident that did come wrong so like my beep. Beep noises when he says. I commit so i think i think for you guys that the google g. suite has been more of a an implementation easier implementation than something like an office three sixty five or of three sixty five. Because you're stafa verdy boats into the ecosystem. Yeah i think. I mean most of the universities are using its as well so they can pick techy stats and you know we have quite a few of our staff members that studied they they. I mean they have actually wait. We started using it as a few things about sharing. Before we get your hosts they could show us stuff. So i mean we do have a few older ones that struggles but i think once you get the gist of it. It's very similar. You know instead of saving you sharing or you make a copy at so it is. It's been. I think they only enjoyed a lot. You talk about saving i. I still have this this this unconscious habits of pushing control on my keyboard to save kinda guy. Let's say i'm a stop doing that. But it's it's different stephanie. Habits of minal. Where's the safe but are you sure you've got. I think the thing is you have to make a copy you know you need to make a copy before you start document you. Yeah it's just a little bit of a mind shift but once you in any not all the benefits. So most of our soft also use hangouts to what's up each United state of wet stuff actually thought he hits trips. That's how they communicate When the adleman goals once you know documents from dame over that went stats done. Whatever we basically communicate on that. So that's a nice. I think i think the thing that's nas. You did speak about the fact that other practices have software that they use to manage everything that and the soft way sometimes can be a helluva an atlantans of capital and it's something that a lot of small companies cons actually handled a can't handle trying capital outlet and and what you guys have done is you've stayed up care..

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"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"Can't you have your laptop at the hospital all the time. Open the whole google. Drafting has been really great because most of them have they emails on the phones. If an agent who could happen that you get a referral and they knew You drive away home and then you see it. I'm it was another referral. Drive all the way back. So i think that that has helped in also to communicate with what's up with each other to say that i'm running late to families. Running late yasser i mean. I just can't imagine doing this job without dignity. Look the the thing the thing for me. Is that obviously emails and potent on your fans importance. But the thing for me. Is that if you looking at what you guys are dealing with people who And distress that got emotional things. They align in the hustle and eighty to have someone bit. And i think the fact that you guys actually have someone that can get an email says at this person's day now is quite important and so you basically you said that you guys use email. You use google drive and obviously this calendars that you guys share with each other. If someone goes to hospital they certain people that want to meet with so it seems like you guys actually using a lot of the functionality. Jesus actually it's it's in. The last couple of days is not cold enough. Pull dc anymore. Not go google workspace. 'cause that just upsets the whole apple. It's normally a person would be at work. And then they subtract a have to stay at work to do there edmund. You gaza nas of like more flexible. You you said that there at work that can work on their funds on the laptops. That can go home they can wick. Do they admit at home. They can do all of these things. If you guys had servants and things like that that were on a specific sites it wouldn't be as easy for your stuff to work. Yeah.

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"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"To learn from her. And i'm to say that she has managed to use hangouts theory well The only frustration is the wi fi connection and she could up on her calendar and meet with them every week. See dame face to face. She said it's hard when they sometimes sit and cry in their office alone. She contacted them and give them hack the josh he could affect she could see. They face made a difference than telephone pole. Obviously win. the connection was bad. You know she would find them but and she also sometimes use. What's up video cools that mostly. We did it with hangouts. What i have found just to go into that. A little bit is that with. Hospitals is a weird thing that happens at hospitals. We need some guts hospital. Sometimes you'll remote for your car doesn't work property and sometimes your cell phone doesn't connect properly. Is that because of the rays and everything that they've got running around. It just feels that. The hospitals almost like dead spots sometimes of cell phone signal and and things like that. yeah. I think it's really bad. Connection.

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"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"I love it. I am quite a sucker little motivational quotes and an much. This hundreds of free will pay that you can download which i'm sure you well aware of and he's the one is nicer than the adults so this change and just not everyday you open your avenue. One like i said share. What's what's this is currently. What is this one saying. What kind of measure medicine is it. Is it saying goss to poll just saying that just brought sparkly. One with flowers. That's very todd seventies sixties. Love is all around kind of paper like it. I like it okay. So getting to the meat and potatoes of the on cost. What on earth is a medical social work at. What's what's the difference between medical social work. Which is what you guys are doing. And in visit comments a normal sexual wick. I mean we see the movies where the social where it comes round to a a bed haas with drugs and everything that that's an attack the children away. What is is that anywhere close to what you're doing or what what is a medical social worker. So i think and such it we all advocates who the lace. The lace fortunate vulnerable be book and we to enhance their social circumstances. So yeah on the welfare social workers you know they would take children away. That's being abused alcohol. So we don't do any of those things they also don't have Statutory rights sweets means that you can go to court so the medical social worker also enhances the patient's social circumstances but we focused on they illness so we h k and we put them in in contact with all kinds of resources so that when they go home they safe and you know that family. The family can actually after them. I think think normally a hospitals terrifying experience you dot net. Exactly what's happening the duck to might not have the best bedside mena and using words that you don't understand people coming into room and injecting devil. Tom and now with an covid. It's even worse because you can't have. You'll you'll person next to you. Can't.

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"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"You on fun things. I am not running around in hospitals. I'm working from home today. So everything's good and and like you use like At home now but you have been that hospitals. I shoot ranking from him. So what we normally do so we only get quick questions to allowed listeners. To understand who you are and get a little bit of a background about you quite quickly set quick questions quickly again. Are you a morning personal. A noxious key morning. Cassie while irritating people at select jump height Hello morning and he puts like birds tweeting around your head like a bloody dizzy princess. Yeah in fact. When i was a child hearings didn't have to wake up for school. God that's terrible that's terrible. I can't even. I can't even say that's a good onset. Because it's like it's a terrible onset disagree with you intensely on that part. Okay so if you could eliminate one thing from your daily routine what would it be and why son. I am.

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"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"dube" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"Welcome to taming. Take the podcast episode. Three i'm kathleen oj. Other i'm paula at i'm significantly nausea in today's episode. We speak to marry reporters from do van. Potus a group of social Medical social workers medical sexually based into big debate partic- five years old and has grown quite quickly in that time often when companies are growing quickly. They have to spend a lot of money. Take debate populists has simplified process. They had made it work for them. They have utilized the suite applications to run the companies and systems to manage the staff and this has resulted in them not having to have capital outlays whenever they on board a new staff member. It is also meant that they haven't had to spend huge amounts of money on buying customized systems for themselves to by unsought service. They haven't to employ. It people to sit up those socks service and support their stuff. These stoffel was located in various locations hospitals around ha tinh in south africa. This has maintained that they need to find innovative ways to manage and co lengthy stuff and they systems across all that different regions and the staff on not just sitting at computers the whole day with patients. They're getting emails and they phones are talking with patients and patients families on video chat for most of the day so they need something that is quite flexible and quite easy to understand and quite easy to implement for every single one of their stuff being medical social vikas. The emphasis they focus isn't technology. Technology must in the background and it was just work for them and they've got that right are recording this during covid and so when paul is speaking to marry in this episode we talking to them at the highest race full time. They office land. Workers in hospitals dealing with the very strenuous protocols that covered requires offering more functions have been only fulfil because family name is an hospital onto able to see family etc etc. So it's been really great to see is that they systems have whipped through this and continue to work for them and they haven't change anything. It's just being flexible and supported them through the change. The thing that that you'll get from this episode is that an murray was concerned about this. Is that being on technology. Podcast she said to us but she isn't a technology person. And i think that that was actually the point of this. Podcast episode is that because she wasn't technology person she wasn't going to go into highly technical explanations about things she just wants the systems that put in place to work for her and stuff. But i lanka about that is that we always offer. His are not just technology but the people and in this podcast Exploring people behind the technology and people using technology technologies great. We love technology agreed that it mass work for people and people must be able to work with it and with polls background as a teacher. He always is concerned about how people adopt technology and how to and people are things in different ways just as we learned in different ways people adopting different ways and we thought that dubai potus was a really great example of people who aren't typically technology focused and ob focused on human beings and human being health physical and mental health and how technology can support that. If you're an entrepreneur and you thinking about starting a company will be the radio sponsor the company and you.

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"dube" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"dube" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I'm here at poopie Dube's and teeny weeny his birthday party hosted by Lorraine RBIs, a producer journalist, and filmmaker, one of the first female executive producers for a lifetime. This is my third year at Ted. Ding. And I'm here with my big dog echo, who's been to this party two times. I'm having a bit of an issue keeping him under control. There's a lot of dogs here. A lot of people to celebrate poopie duper teeny, weenies birthday party. So I'm here with Judy Tourestki, Judy hi there. How many years have you been attending? Poopie Dube's birthday. Who do piece for I think, teeny weenies three. I think yeah. I think Lorraine got teeny weeny, I mommas positive three years ago and, and hurt dogs, you can fit like you can fit both of her dogs in one hand. They're so tiny. And what do you look forward to each year coming to this birthday party Singh? How many different dogs there are and how well they all interact. It's always amazing to me and echo seems to be a little larger than the average job here. But very well behaved. Yeah he's friendly. He's enjoying all the attention for those who obviously, can't see what's going on here. Can you describe the atmosphere to our listeners will there are? I don't even know how many people but, but there are everybody who has come in seems to have come in with a very elegant dog of all of all different breeds. Shapes and sizes and, and, and people are having an incredible time enjoying the food and drink and also introducing their pets to each other. What about a little bit about the decor of the decor? The decor has to be seen to be believed. The rain is a Tango dancer. And, and so she spends a lot of time in Argentina. And there's a very, very strong Argentinian influence very bright colors. Big floral patterns. It's what do I say that you walk in, and you feel like you're not you're not in this country? It's not a typical New York apartment. That's for sure. And it's safe to say you'll be attending your fifth birthday party next. Yes. That's exactly right. I think she's going to have to this is a fairly sizable apartment. But I think he's going to have to move into even bigger one. All these animals. Thank you. Yeah. Sure..

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"dube" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"dube" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The last day that unbear- we're having lunch. And my man says to me what is it that you do when we all go to sleep. Well. What have been doing is taking off my shirt, even putting cups smoking Dube's in the hot tub? She goes out there. I'm gonna get on TV one way or another. That's gonna happen. Tour that I wasn't going to the hot tub tonight. I said tonight, they're running a marathon of my favorite TV show. And I haven't seen it in a couple weeks. So I'm gonna catch up on it. And then watch the new episodes. So that's what I'm doing. I'm getting pudding ups, and I'm watching TV. Well, listen, it's you last night here. I want to spend some time with you tonight. Not going to take my pill. Stay up and watch TV with you. Like god. What are you gonna do at that pill? Trade you for some weed. So.

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"dube" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"dube" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Honk you're gonna save you. It's yeah. It's it's the language of the movie. Okay. I'm going to try that. Sidewalk. Oh my gosh. People move they go John by scared people with it too. Oh, yeah. You're a woman on a mission. And you gotta go. And then when you got the dopplers I like to walk. I like to get a little stretch in and try and get an exercise, but you're walking because you know, you're going to be sitting. Exactly, yeah. Yeah. I want to tell you about this story. So I have a solved mystery. Okay. Of the Garfield phones. The what the Garfield phones, the cat the cat foam. Remember, those are really big in the nineteen eighties. Dube remember, and apparently there is a town in France that since the nineteen eighties. They have received Garfield phones washing up on the shoreline and people have been collecting the fragments of Garfield phones for decades shipping container went overboard busted up. And now, it's washing up. Exactly. That is exactly it Laurie. They have solved the mystery of the Gulf Garfield phones, and it is a wash shipping container. It was all filled with novelty Garfield phone. So this town in France. It's off the coast of Brittany, and they have been getting these Garfield phones, and they keep washing up say yellow rubber Ducky. Remember when that shipping container went over? And there was some place that was they were just washing up washing up Washington. Yeah. Fortunate thing is the container is inaccessible. And it's not known how much of its cargo is sealed within it. So it might not just have Garfield phones. I believe the town is I can't even try to say it. French. Yeah. You can do like we do here. Thank you. Essentially can be like inspector who so that's right. That's right. Maybe lessons for that. Will you still shaimaa? Out here. Back to you. I.

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"dube" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dube" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"It never gets used. I mean, if I could talk to Valerie, I mean, I'm Dr Dube it'll all of a sudden. Yeah. Fifteen grand to be Dr Dolittle for sure. Okay. So many thoughts about this. First of all, I'm aware that this is the whitest conversation. That's ever happened on this podcast. And y'all y'all I know it is. But I would my my dollar figure would go very very high, obviously. But I'm also concerned because part of the reason I love my dog so much is like the unconditional love he gives me what if your dog was like, I don't know what her voices doing my dog voice pant. No, that's terrible. I'm trying to do like a girl dog, boys. But forget it. I'm not going to do it. But what if she was like, hey, I actually don't like it when you scratch my. But I actually don't like like the food you give me and all these years you've thought that I love everything, and I actually don't and I'm glad now that I have a chance to air out. Some of these takes. Conversation with. I mean, we're gonna have civilized conversations. She says she doesn't like it. I'm gonna tell you should have been wagging. Her damn Taylor. Everytime. I did it. You're sending weird weird sign. Valerie. Then how about that? I'm not scared to have a real conversation if she wants to go that way. But I do believe she likes to good. But rub. What questions we're gonna spend more time on this question? What questions would you ask your dog? Like, would you west or for her preferences? Her just so that you could have you know, she could have the best life going forward. What's her favorite things? Where would you want her thoughts on life in the world and dogs view? I think I'm gonna stay away from the world views of like, I don't wanna get into dramatic. You know, just wanna talk to her about, you know, like Spence 'cause my lady brought her with into the relationship. Use it. I would be looking for ammo, you know, with valley Tomlin better has your life becomes since. I have.

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"dube" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"dube" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Dot. FM? This is free talk live. Do you love what you do? Dube other people not understand why you love what you do. There's somebody in the New York Times who just doesn't get it. They are really frustrated this person Aaron Griffith and this Aaron with an ER presume, a female, she's frustrated with her compatriots her her fellow man and woman who are actually loving their jobs. She doesn't believe it's possible. The headline that we're sharing here is from the New York Times, why are young people pretending to love work. She's just can't even understand why somebody would actually appear to love work, and if they appear to love work, she thinks it's fake they're pretending so aria you describe yourself as work. Did you use the term workaholic? I did not. Okay. But I mean, anybody who spends an excessive minus high with me. We'll learn the I I love being productive. Yeah. I mean, you're here. This is actually your fourth hour already on the radio. You know, it's your first hour with free talk live, but you were already the host of call to freedom this afternoon for three hours into hours before that. I was editing. Audio fouls and working on the podcast and things like that. Being productive is great. It feels good you worked five days a week at a local pizza place here in town. So you're always hustling. And this is one of the things that bothers this wherever this lady is that's writing this article Johnson joining us here after getting stuck in Qian's rush hour, traffic, or whatever it was. Remove the century. It's barely a dusting out there. That's fine. But who knows we'll see what happens later on? Hey, this is all brought to you by bitcoin dot com. It's your premier source of everything bitcoin related because if you are into productivity, you're probably into money just guessing you probably end earning some money in which case, you might wanna learn about bitcoin because it's a way that you can protect the value that you've earned you earn it. So you ought to not allow the government to steal it from you. And that's what the government does when they print out money. They steal the value that you've created.

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"dube" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"dube" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"But so sometimes I've noticed that when people do the Dube's like the most likable guy NFL, people will tag, me and tag that story. That's something. I've noticed. But yeah, I don't think I don't think anyone's got a problem with him, by the way breeze. We're talking about Brady and the cliff and how it's not really cliff. It's more of a gentle slope breeze on that slope to he can't throw deep anymore. If you've noticed that they've changed his offense greatly to accommodate got a lot more run hitting over the years short throat. Why do you think Michael Thomas is favorite guy? 'cause he's perfect for if you swapped, Michael Thomas tyreek hill. One of those wide receivers would suffer on more than the other breeze in Thomas like their connection exists partially because of the way breezes skills have evolved over the last couple years. Hey, a comeback. I can't hear you too far away. Stay right to stay right, dab, right? Okay. Cool. Yeah. No. I mean, I mean, look you don't stop the getting old thing happens. And there are if you are a precise pocket passer with a real like sharp mind, then the game is set of you'd be able to play for very long time. But I think that and I don't blame people for this. But like the general observer of football game didn't have a new isn't watching things in a nuance way. It is back. Throw the ball. Did somebody catch it? It was a completion. Cool touchdown even better. But most people don't have the tools to observe past that. Breezes, still a brilliant. Not only is obviously a great football mind. Maybe not to the degree of Brady, but he's still incredibly accurate anticipatory on his short intermediate throws like when I say slope. It is gentle, and it is really mostly almost primarily deep. But. If there's a hail Mary tastes, hillsdale take it that he threw a dunk in that last game on that. And I'm as like taste em hill. You know, I kinda hate this Beaumont because I feel like I would like him. If the announcers didn't make me hate him every game just one of those players for me. It's like nothing against him. And he's actually really good player. But the way the announcers talk about him as annoyed me so much that it's like stop trying to make take some hill happen, but he can throw it really really well deep. So I wouldn't be surprised if we saw that people who follow me know that I hear the name taste hill. And I shut her in fear because as hill tours as you when he was at BYU. The year after that they played a game against Texas, Texas played at BYU. I don't know the exact date, but it was the night of my aunt's funeral in two thousand thirteen and I know this because I watched this game at what ever hotel that is now beneath my standards that my mother booked for me in Oklahoma City near the airport and one Leggett's hill ran for like eight hundred yards on Texas. It was so bad. I mean, this is this is dead up. The next day. Manny Diaz is the same as it has got hired to be the coach Miami got fired as defensive coordinator because as hill. He played two games against Texas where I thought this dude was a superhero there is nothing about him that surprises me in the NFL. And the thing is though, I do think we're into saying, then let's be honest. It's not announcers talk about as mill Joe buck. Right. Because it's always always game on FOX is Joe buck. He loves this guy. It's a lot. It's a lot. He's good. He's again deep pass last game. Even if they don't run it in the in the championship chomping who I think is genius was putting that on tape. He was showing it to showing to the Rabson threat. Everything tastes. He'll does is threat to try to put fear in the defense that might happen. Again. Do you think if he's a various hill that he's saying different position right now? Great question. Now, isn't it? Right. The big is barely plays quarterback. That's what's hard about. It. We hill. I don't even know if I can take into the other direction because he. Use him everywhere. He plays on special teams, which couldn't be me. But no, I mean, there is a role in place for him..

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