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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:09 min | Last week

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"She would have been something nineties. Maybe nineties early nineties late eighties. Like maybe eighty nine something like that. She was a gigantic deal electric youth. I think i did that in my two year. Old dance class. that's right. Electric youth was. Oh yeah i remember that one. So i am wondering okay now what she do now because she you know she was a gigantic deal. She was like the gigantic stars out there and now she's she's so i go to her instagram. What is she doing every instagram post. Is her singing a different song. And i thought oh. That's so sad. Just never given it up. I would like do you think she could join. You know like in some small towns you can go see. There's never been a better time for for like icons of the eighties and nineties to go on tour because now all those people have money. You're writing so people would pay to see debbie gibson. I don't know who but southern wood. Must it be weird to be a gigantic deal one day and to just disappear for the rest of your life especially think about if she wasn't a one hit wonder she had four or five hit. Oh yes no. She was good but think about people that are one hit wonders. Like i remember. I was watching the voice once and the guy voice that tried to go. Becky like one hit song. It was something shuffle and any went back on the voice to try and get into the competition. Any sang his once song and nobody turned her out. How bad would that be That'd be awful. That'd be awful. Yeah just that. What's that cupid shuffle. And who sings it or hey. It doesn't say i'm trying to look it up. It doesn't say okay so this guy went on the voice any song you want. He saying this one hit song. Nobody turned around and ceelo was on was on the back then and he turned records. Hey man i know you turn around so debbie gibson. Sort of fading right and now. She's a singing songs with their little keyboard on her instagram. And i'm like oh poor. Hashtag blessed i the hashtag blessed thing we gotta stop with. That is so annoying. You started it. Does she do with her. She does not she does not cause. She was blessed in the late eighties early nineties but she's not blessed anymore. So then i read a story about adrian. Grin year is now who was the star of entre. Yeah he played vince. He now lives on a farm about forty-five minutes out of austin and he has quit show business altogether he says quote. It was an effing load of fun and amazing while it lasted. I'm not disparaging the stage of my development when i could go deep into my total abject debauchery but look at nature.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on WJR 760

"Guys. We have any questions We'd love to hear from you. But you kind of addressed an issue with Paul W one morning this week before the most of the world is awake regarding the urgency in scheduling projects for you awake. Actually, awas. You don't you don't sleep where I was right. Sorry. I forgot. And you would have been. Anyway. I was about to say you of all people. Yeah, You're you're an early riser. I would have asked to be on the call, Right? Exactly, Um No. We got a request from Paul W. The team over there Great team about to talk about lumber prices. And one of the first things I reminded Paul of is how old you and I are. Remember. Remember the drywall shortage early nineties late eighties, Remember, we were, too was partially cured by the influx of Chinese drywall, which became a whole other issue. That's funny. Remember that? That's fine, but we gotta stay is real quick drywall shortage. The Chinese drywall made up for that shortage, but did a lot more damage than long. One because of the poor quality, horrible shoes came about as a result, so we remember the drywall shortage we remember taking drywall offered their loads while they were still warm. From the plant and hanging them. On. Then we had the steel and the weird around 2000. Still, prices Terrace went through the roof, You know, SB shortage, or it was actually being hoarded in boxcars, where they actually shut down public trading of the commodity. Because people were literally you know people with far more money than you and I'll ever have were literally buying boxcars of it and putting them on sidings railroad.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

06:25 min | 5 months ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Back into not turtle from the gain. Croc co block knockers composed by opus science collective. And i've been interested in trying to get this track on the show for bit but didn't quite know what topic would be appropriate for now. Just a heads up out there. We are family friendly show. So don't take a look this game up unless you're okay with that being that this does not fit that mold of thinking about my history with certain reviews. I do reviews for podcast. And it's become a random joke of sorts where i'll come across certain games or like the host. Joel come across certain games knowing that i am intentionally trying to find gains either hilarious to review or bad games say begging. I don't mean like an obvious bag where it was done on a ti eighty-seven. I mean like a game that is just bad but it could have been good but the put it that way. Is that balance between this terrible in good and what i came across this game i was like just trying to talk about this game on. A review will be hilarious site on a review. It on so. I requested it. We got it. And i started playing it in the first net. Caught me was well. This music is legit. This is the kind of stuff that i can. Gladly seen in full of big budget title. That would have been happy here. Pop up in the game proper So i've been a fan of it ever since the music is music more than the game. The game turned out to not be bad is urges. The music is what you're saying So i'm very glad that brings on the show and the da. It's the theme to the letter is like that late night. Red light district like setting. You're trying to work the case but you keep your eyes on the prize. That pricing victory success is just a lightheartedness like lightheartedness to the to the track to do with that with that. That keyboard almost like lyrical solo happening. Did it's dark but it's not. It's not super dark. You know it's just off master. Red light district is dark. What is very well lit reminds me. I used to play like eighty s arcade game Kicks a q. I x where you draw box nude avoid the bad guys but the box would fill screen with color and then there were versions of this game. I don't know if they were on home consoles where you would fill in the screen but instead of a color it would reveal a photograph on this. I remember those two and bars. Yeah so so back. In the early nineties late eighties my family would go to the beach or specific specifically rehoboth beach which back then was way more family friendly. I guess so we would be out on our in the arcades out there were incredible the the the games that they have you would never see anywhere else. They had the the six player x-men arcade machines all sorts of interesting stuff and back of one of them. I saw kicks. And i'm like this fantastic. I'm gonna play some kicks and it was animated characters in various degrees of clothing. Wait a minute sign up for this. I have never seen it again But like i knew it was a thing that these types of like i guess it was a rom hack or or it was just like a clone of the game with its own little spin to it and a market that was intentionally designing taking games and design them for adult bars. Just i don't know how that arcadia ended up getting. There was a lot of that kind of thing going on recently. Wanted media specifically for adults seib bars. And that's those came to be in. Also why like a lot of hours three yogis can by neil. Gop's something badly designed yes intent. Exactly we're talking about three like video novel slash. Just you know image preview you know page through type things from before but the bringing it back full circle is your hope is still like great like beach destination out here but the problem. The problems now is that that there's just no more arcades. There's an arcade claw machines and ticket dispenser type. Things this pretty much. The one is attached to the the amusement park now keeping his own building. there's a few. There's along the way and if you leave and you go wait a little ways bethany where i want my family a couple of years ago. And they had their had one actually had it machine even dvr of it. And i was really excited about that. But they had more arcade style machines they had a daytona machine that was playing that theme song like all day long and i could tell the people who work there freaking out but a beach way back when it was like the only place where i ever saw strider alpha to you know or or super pac man like those those those games that you just don't see everywhere like this. They were all in deep locations. I think back on that to it makes kind of sack that was aired. I'd never got the experience but the thought of arcades were prevalent and family summer vacations. Were thing so you have these brand new hot gains at the beaches and all these kids from all these different areas of the world are coming into this one beach or this week or weekend. And that scene will just crop up in that arcade at that exact time but you're replay with people. You might never see again. Yeah from all over the place. Like this guy's a champion of like street fighter alpha. Where's he from california. Your boat odell. Let me see if i could take this guy win. A he'll give you walk. Like a champion beat a californian guy tell me you know you go tell all your friends a world champion. Now that i'm older. I realize how lucky we are lights. Live where we are because because we used to go for day trips you know you just drive down and spend an hour to the car. Which of course is a kid felt like forever but but we can do that. That game boy. Yeah exactly south. The gameboy place unlike legends. At least during the day on the way back you couldn't to dark that giant goldman voltron attachment. Good three three kids in the back seat ain't happening.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Jump

"Business you know you you you name it dangle out there whether you're a superstar player at the bottom of the barrel everybody's tradable even with the fifteen percent calls guys getting traded i assume it's you know it's just part of the business and i think god's expected and they have to accept it but you have to be willing to go back to work if they don't trade you all always so you know you have to be loyal to you teammates and you know that the organization to whatever they have to do this cutting it could be made quickly in india going to geyser just at non speaking terms whether it was on court was off court how quickly is that just blood in the water and that's that's just a done deal look at how quickly connector i think it could turn quickly always used a story that you know in back in days in the early nineties late eighties rebelled against the pistons night in night out it was all all out battle no law against the pistons dennis rodman join us in there was still a little bit of animosity there but we learned to work together on the basketball court in today that friendship grew from just winning so i i think moments can be hill a winning feels a lot of things in i think just guys spending time together bonding going road trips things of that nature they will forget about things that happened in the past is fans do it do it skips movable man i mean that that's a great story i this is such a fun team right the rockets are so fun to watch one is working that it's good fun ambi when they're clicking i hope they haven't read some self up here thank you for joining us we'll continue to see you and are circus and merry go round you guys stay with us though because kevin durant's i don't know if you heard what he had in brooklyn we'll find out what this means for his legacy next on the jump this week is mobile ever seen about these is deep sports story we believe in this world either you know you're you're back too bad that made me kevin durant's governor ramp that place where they all time great rose visible in mississippi already down only gonna play right away you he's a good dude you may not fair how devastating is this injury to durant's career low income like a lifetime in a two minute clip it's amazing welcoming me now has into the dead popular.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Can't even. Down. And as I guess, for some people for the legitimacy of being a wrestler, I guess, there you go, right? I've bought a new when I was a kid and the first one came out, I remember the first one in whole Cogan was number one was probably early nineties late eighties. Something like that. But I mean I better I took it. I was like, damn right. Whole wrestler in the world. Did you do that? Like when when the when the ratings came out back in the day, but we even when I first started wrestling, they still had Aparicio's straight. We would go and see, like where am I at? And if you're like, number six w bullshit, you know, how is, is lash Larue number four number five, I bought into everything in those magazines until one time, I was reading this is when I was training, call skis, and I was reading one and they had like the section. It was the wrestler inside wrestling, one of those two magazines, and they had a section where it would talk about an upcoming star, and they would ask, like six legends their opinion and quality was always featured in that. And so I'm willing to wrestling training. You know, I was like wall. Troy read a I read what you said about Ken shamrock, whoever was at the time, you know, and I really think that easily, you know, his ground game was going to help them. But he and he just kind of looked at migos. Who's bullshit? My name never say that. Payday his name, and put his picture up there. But now he's just and I was just ending into the business. I was like, oh, you mean it's not real. You what else, what are their lives? I got sued by Larry's of Bisco sued for using the living legend and. I had to go to deposition, literally deposition, as you have the bunch of lawyers, and the some of the evidence that was submitted was Larry submitted progressing illustrated magazines, that said he was the living legend. Right. And I'm like this is this is the actual. This is all not real. Guy writing at all that has to be the only time recording history after mad. So good. But you. After was there and flair and Brett were there, and they're all sat down and eating and go little bit uncomfortable. Flair was like, remember that remember time when you put bread higher than me and ninety two and breads again, that was bullshit. When you were there ninety one and there's a little bit like after his kind of in the middle, as they were kind of angry after for rating, one above the other boys bought into it, right? Good. So let us ask about this, how you guys are one of the first Cinese for all wrestling. It was announced that the bucks and signed, and Cody assigned and then right after that was that s you had signed. And is this just an obviously, just another one of these amazing moments of happenstance, where all your guys is contract just happened to be up at the same time as everybody else's. Yeah. Actually, when we when I signed my contract when we went to ring of honor in two thousand fourteen Franken I were the tag team at the time. And so when impact during yes, yeah. So when when the idea of. Contract was discussed they came to us at the same time, and I remember I had signed a one year deal. And then to your deal in that two year deal and this December and so for us obviously that was that was happenstance. And then while when Scorpio came in there were talked about putting under a contract, but they never really went past a certain point. They were just like, oh, well, we're still using him and, and. Just just because the the infrastructure of ring of honor is so there's so many jobs, but they're so few actual people in the office. Right. So, like, sometimes I feel like that stuff, sort of wind under sort got through the cracks and in that in that respect, it ended up benefiting Scorpio, because if they had you know a year prior they had offered him..

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To have this guy. He's a special assistant to the president for legislative affairs names Jurong Smith drawn Horia. Hi, how are you? I'm doing great. I'm doing just great. We talked about this for a second before we hit the air. How cold is it just to be sitting in the White House on the phone? I mean, that's like part of what you do. Now, you go to the White House every day. I mean, come on. Yes. And honestly over the two years of Ben here. It never gets old. It's a blessing to be in the people's house on doing the people's work. So it really does feel like that. Because when you walk in it doesn't it's an elaborate place and yet it's all decorated, but you walk in. And you get this feeling that this is a house that you're welcome in you what I mean. Descent make sense. It's like it's like a dream sometimes because you grow up seeing this place on TV and then to walk into it every day. It does have a magical president it. It is the first step is what we want to talk about paternity zones as well. When the first step active started and was signed. We did a bunch on it here on the program. This is a move that should unite Americans this should galvanize us this should make America see that. Some wrongs have been done in many of them oddly in the Clinton era where there was unfair punishment. There was none equal sort of Justice being gold out go to certain communities. I mean, if you had powdered cocaine, you got one punishment, if you had crack cocaine you got much worse punishment, and generally speaking that was on racial lines. So the first step act makes lot of sense because this actually says let's reform which wrong, that's the first part right better to act. I part think is also looking at criminal Justice reform in a different light in the early nineties late eighties. We went into this gift get tough policy and get tough policy. We we we threw the baby out with Tabatha water. We put a one-size-fits-all approach towards criminal Justice reform, and so certain. Vigils got locked up for twenty thirty or forty years for first time a census, right when we could have had a smarter way of doing their sentece. So the first step back is taking a different approach that we call smart on crime and looking at individuals individual background and their risk of reset advising and figuring out how we can reduce recidivism risk interesting. Is that the idea is when you go to prison or go to jail, you're in the system somehow we're supposed to help you reform. We're supposed to rehabilitate you because the vast majority of people aren't lifers aren't going to be sentenced to death. They're going to get out. And once they get out if they don't have the tools to survive they're going right back in. That's exactly right in this state prisons of set of rates average at around sixty percent. So we know where our next group of criminals are coming from as people were coming straight from the prisons. And so we have to do a better job when we take people into incarceration. Figuring out how we can help them be better. The citizens on the way out there. Indeed, retarding civil society. I know that it's a it's a Gironde Smith special assistant to the president for legislative affairs talking about the first step back. We'll talk about opportunities owns as well, it sort of two fold if not even multi-layered, but the first thing is let's stop sentencing people for nonviolent crimes to two thirty years because sense of the second another part of that also is I think three strikes in your life in prison on nonviolent. Offenses doesn't make any sense. But also our prisoners being taught anything any life skills whatsoever. How to manage a checkbook had a hang drywall. I mean, the learning anything other than you know, three three meals a day, Kat, free, honest answer that question, it depends on the prison home. However, what the first step back. We're putting standards.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"This is like end of second act or later. I was like is this over these skip please God. And it's we're in Montana, by the way, right? This is a lot of rocky crags. We're actually in Utah. But we're in Montana in the movie rocky crags, and they notice this like clearing of a fucking rock. This guy gets fucking Wiley. Coyote, your good. Oh, it's quite spectacular. Good. But I thought we were going to get a Dennis hopper. Head rip. Right. Yeah. Didn't happen kinda bummed. We can't you can't really rebuffs because that much. Concur splat. That's really looking for also watch. I watched that movie chill factor. Fucking feves. Am I remembering right? That when that dude causes the logging truck thing that logging truck flips over and explodes. Yes. Which is also pretty great very excessive. It was like a like early nineties late eighties action. I was like that didn't need that. And at this point in this sort of kerfuffle, Cuba, Gooding, jR, realizes that the gun doesn't work. It doesn't have bullets right? But then they're like, well, I guess because of the danger of the disea- thorough about to end. Yeah. Also, like, I know go to the police any police officer would be like, okay, I'll take this or whatever will I call fucking mcgruder. And they'll know what's going on. We'll because I think the thing is the closest to police officers are those two guys that hassled him. Yeah. So he doesn't trust..

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Of children were traumatized with anyone held accountable ice EROs Asher saying no border patrol chief provos, I'm not aware. So it's basically what you just put up there sick. And they they they were unaware. I'm sorry. I I don't believe that if they were unaware, that's that's a crime it is a crime, and they had to have been aware. Yeah. I couldn't agree. More just when you playing that club. So you played it. 'cause I didn't get to hear it. You know live. Well, just and good for good for George. Yup. Anyway, here's something from USA today that was tweeted and ice Berg. Yeah. The size of New York City is about to break off Antarctica says NASA amazing. Yeah. But there's no there's no there's no climate change. There's no. No. And how how was that snow, by the way Laffy? Well, you know on we I I have to correct. A lot of the reports I've heard we do get snow in LA every few decades. I've never been in the early nineties late eighties. We had snow in the fan Fernando Valley. And when I say snow, maybe an inch in writing with it makes no balls. But you know, that's it. And it did apparently snow out here where I am in of course, in other places in Los Angeles, even Malibu. Yeah. I never saw it. I think it was just that they were snowflakes, but for some people there were my friends and NASA lives not far far from you in west hills. She posted a picture out of her back door, and there was snow on the ground. I think it was a colder in the San Fernando Valley. And and that's where I used to live. That's where I had snow exactly does happen. It's it does happen around here from time to time. Yes. Climate change. But also just fly in Phoenix. There was snow in Las Vegas. I mean things that aren't as a play happen have been happening..

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Like, my dear show back in his chair over your head knocked him sensitive like nothing but threats beating the shit out of her nonstop different time, God damn sticking every time beat off. The holiday season. How shocking is it? More and more every year that baby it's called outside. Still gets played on the radio that I'd say joy while we can three years overdue. Pretty much date rape song plying her against her wishes like a really should leave. No different was considering everything that every time is now out. I'm shocked still around the original. No means yes. Dawn. Thank you Christmas. Carol Clark Gable threaten what's her name. Vivian. Yeah. One hundred fifty times with bodily damage. I tell you I got fucking to mass because she'd be like, I know it's my fault. Please accept me back. What is this fan is awesome? All right. Sorry. Oh, by the way. And that theme on that theme. Sorry. Somehow when I was doing car cast earlier today because Eric Stromer wife as a choreographer and work with Madonna. I was thinking about the movie truth or dare from early nineties late eighties. I don't know what I say car cast as on the house are did that. Somehow we got onto Madonna got on a truth or dare circa nineteen ninety one. I don't know somewhere in their late early nineties late eighties, whatever and. I should you know, there was a scene where Madonna's assistant was taken out roof, eat and raped and the kind of Madonna had a laugh about it. And I thought that's another thing that probably time it's not going to be kind to fifty second clip. And max battle played for you. It's sort of sort of quivalent if it's cold outside. Sorry. How does she know what happened to shipping? Someone's. She says she was dancing. The next thing. She knew she woke up in heroin, nude and stuff was stolen and she went to the bathroom bleeding..

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"This is the can Coleman show. Welcome one, welcome. All siriusxm thrilled. A happy with us. Dump fired up after that last call. Don't call me until me. You are afraid of losing interest. Unless you have tried something and then you've lost interest. I've had some of those calls. All right down. Let's go. Let's figure out why. Well, we know why they're just, oh passion, but don't tell me how you got all these great ideas and you haven't done anything. Likes just do something you remember the Nike slogan from. I don't know how long how long ago was, but they came out with the slogan. I'm gonna, say early nineties late eighties, just do it. You know, like stop talking about it stop, you know, I believe in planning. Okay. It stage two stage two of my five stages. All right research. Okay. And planning. But after you have done the research and you've made a plan, don't sit there and try to, you know, just over plan and over think and over analyze and you just sit there and the long you sit the more you do lose interest, just do it. By the way, there was nineteen Eighty-eight. The Nike campaign just do it fantastic message. Maybe that your theme today I'm going to stop thinking about it. I'm gonna stop talking about it. I'm gonna stop planning it. I'm just going to do it eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven..

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"Yes of getting more of that grunge element like i was trying to figure it out because i'd always in my head i haven't listened to him in a while but i would always in my head thought of them as like a like a weird post metal band you know and then like looking back at it it's definitely more than that way more punk it's way more punk way more garage it's also but it's still heavy it's fuck but that's because of that weird they're using that fuzz tone is really bass heavy yeah but you hear a lot of like early nineties late eighties grunge in there yet fucking sick so that's gay which abortion which was cool rewards i love how triggering that name was to the right people good deal yeah so that's the that's the show at the diaper show that's the diaper show thank you so much laura for coming to doing it yes of course picking the diaper video thank you matt for co hosting thanks you let me talk about a diaper that's no more though okay you've reached your your your capacity said diapers fifty times can't say it anymore you just said it again that was the fiftieth time okay plan this all right so once again that awful sound taking a two week break if you need content and i know you do you guys are content pigs if you need content you can subscribe at the patriot patriot dot com slash that awful sound p r e n dot com slash that awful sound you can also listen to minion death cult where you can hear myself matt and tony tebas boswell.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"He has chimed in on the on the nfl national anthem policy that as i discussed at the end of our number one has certainly misfired on the intent that jerry jones said at the owners meeting prior to the announcement of this policy that the intent was to try and remove the nfl from the front pages and the political talk and zero the focus in on the field again that's not happening so far i'll tell you that steve kerr says quote on the new anthem rule typical of the nfl appealing to their fan base basically just trying to use the anthem as fake patriotism nationalism idiotic into that i would just respond that there are parts of the fan base that do not feel they're being appeal to with this that's painting the fan base with a broad stroke but in all that that's just maybe just nitpicking on some details the nba's had a policy on the national anthem for a couple of decades now i believe it was instituted in the early nineties late eighties what was the actual year would you mind looking that up for me chris moc buddha dul raouf as we all know formerly known as chris jackson he was sitting during the national anthem refusing to stand during the national anthem and that created a major stink let's not forget our history here that created a major stink now i don't believe that stink was amplified because what you're was it if seen it over there i haven't seen gentle.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"Gosh maybe like a quarter of century ago and you they take you planet hollywood still exists besides vegas i don't think so i don't think there's many of them and planet hollywood was an offspring of the hardrock cafe right hardrock was the part of that it was the movie actor version of the right rocks it was owned by stallone schwartzenegger and dan dam and i believe a couple other demi moore people bruce willis hard rock being like early nineties late eighties new york like a cool new place to go to and then have six months when we're kids like six months there's a long time there's this place it's been around wherever is actually funny we've never had three even though i grew up in long island so we actually grew up with the closest the most theme restaurants in proximity to where we live right do you guys remember because they were jekyll and hyde birthday parties jecklin set foot in jack laws you'd have you been in it was great man eight stories each one was like the mummy story the frank remember and it was enough to run it back for you i like monster he had five bar mitzvahs there every time i was like i still don't feel like a man guys it's on this cohen if i like through you a surprise burr mitzvah kind of just like it's a party like surprise party but surprised burr mitzvah would you be able to do the reading no no would you because here it is.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on KGO 810

"Do not disturb and he had planned this whole thing and he had been up there for so long housekeeping so anyone need to change your towels when my husband was out there after forty eight hours the majors entered the room and they were like we have a right to come in because we don't know what's going on and just so happened that there was a huge event going on their room overlooked the whole thing it makes me feel better puncher naked yes choke is he goes does do not disturb me bang on my doors let as you can in spanish he does he goes i'm in there and a woman goes to goes she goes housekeeping he's gonna he goes he goes i goes i told you i don't think you'll do you need towels he goes if you knock again oh my god i love that sense of humor everybody can take it relentless seven good for you because it's something i'll tell you what it is it's one of those things that my wife and i would sit down tell you this is weird sit down with a cd and bring our friends in and it had to be people that you really knew it's like out there he does a thing on rush limbaugh i can't remember her name actually ana radio show that and we had him as a guest longtime ago he does jfk joke yeah oh yeah the one about you know white people wearing you why do christians where it crosses all the time do you think when she comes back he's going to see another cross something about jfk manassas wearing a rifle pendant going somehow tied in dealey plaza with a traffic report and referenced me traffic reporting way back when bill hicks was alive billy well he ain't gonna longtime bill kind of lenny bruce kind of comic from the nineties early nineties late eighties isn't that funny hair and those round classes that people eighties he was brilliant he was misogynist and strange cat but he was a brilliant comic he wouldn't have lasted ten minutes in today's me to climate ten minutes.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"Yeah yeah i know people don't agree on that like a lot of people like city a lot better and i'm sure people like this second game better to the office beck around to asylum it's interesting to see that penn thing so i mean it didn't our top one hundred all right it is april which means it's time to visit our retro magazine rack and we're going this week or we're going back to april nineteen ninety nine the april nineteen ninety nine issue of electronic gaming monthly let's get in the head space of what we were playing in nineteen ninety nine cover what does that playstation one places he has to on the horizon in sixty fours out there i wasn't reading jim because i was reading jan for free yeah in that time yeah that's like early early days number outmanned yet so the cover story the cover story is gamers choice awards i would go to a coffee shop that had like one of those like tv web surfing setups you're surfing the web on tv yeah it was great did you use a mouse and keyboard yeah sean touch or something anyway cover stories the gamers choice awards they're picking the best of nineteen ninety eight these words are coming out in april obviously i think we all know what the best of nineteen ninety eight awkward time by consul yeah do damon you've had these i mean we do this once a month and i love the magazines from the eighties because they're so crazy but this is the first one that i've been like this was my ehre like oh i've gotten a few comments from listeners we do stuff from the early nineties late eighties and they're like man i wasn't even born yet.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on Ologies

"Speaking of husbands you work with yours your husband is your business partners well calls husband victor and perry was actually sitting a few feet away during this whole recording because you know what it's weird to hang out alone with a stranger innocence eneti hampton in and eleven pm i mean i get it did you guys meet through death and dying no no not at all my business was sort of growing and my calling his death and dying and i'm very fortunate that i have a partner who supported that so for several years he had a fulltime job than weaker the business he was able to leave it we travel together were often book to speak together victor is tall with bookish glasses and a few years ago they so cute ease recreated the american gothic painting for the cover of american funeral director adorable it's stupid question but are there any movies about death or dying that you particularly love this seems to strike a chord with you david than them i don't know it okay day the known was like a really popular cartoon series when i was a kid and it came from japan and came to the us and was on like pbs and like the early nineties late eighties and david the moment is wife lisa waksal whole series is just like nomo stuff basically oh no last episode they're just like so knowns only lives have you four hundred years old but they know they're going to diane therefore hundredth birthday so keenly syndrome go up to a hill they're like leaping and then like swirls come home manner treaties and they had a pet fox the fox comes up there and seizes mom and dad are now trees and are dead and then he was left and he had to walk back home with two dead parents and that now the last episode and yeah that's a real clincher you know what is probably not actually helpful to see that.

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"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Millionaire Traveler and Investor Podcast

The Millionaire Traveler and Investor Podcast

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"early nineties late eighties" Discussed on The Millionaire Traveler and Investor Podcast

"Living off that egg that's the philosophy okay and that's why you should hold a some people at the buying cellbycell emma by hope how by a hold it in a goal but my business i go by my life i don't have to worry about check in the stock market every day and doing this and doing that in china beat the the people in looking for the latest stock tip now by hold watch it from afar in keeping moving that's my philosophy eric eugene walker comes in uh what's up air um this is a good buddy of mine uh eric asks what's a better savings account than cd account um a cd if you guys ono is a certificate of deposit any goes back to is essentially a bond so you have a cd and back in a day cds used to be a thing you know back in the early nineties late eighty's cds were a thing because you're getting a good interest rate back if you let the the government bar your money and returning home cds are given one one percent one percent some change your really not netting anything especially when you consider inflation so you putting your money in there and when you get out you know your money is going to be worth less because you can buy you can't because with inflation causing cost of goods and services rise so of eric for you i would suggest um.

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