35 Burst results for "Eighteen L"

Dodgers Outlast the Giants to Reach the N.L.C.S.

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 hrs ago

Dodgers Outlast the Giants to Reach the N.L.C.S.

"Dodgers ace right hander Max Scherzer is expected to start game one against the Braves in Atlanta sure Sir would be starting two days after earning his first career save in the Dodgers to one series clinching win over the giants sure is or is expected to face Braves left hander Max freed on Saturday LA beat lan in seven games in last year's NLCS before winning the World Series the Dodgers have won eighteen more games in the Braves this year and one foreign to versus Atlanta during the regular season but Los Angeles begins a series as the road team due to which wild card status I'm Dave

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Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 17 hrs ago

Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

"The lawyers for accused Florida school shooter Nicolas Cruz said he plans to plead guilty to the twenty eighteen massacre the guilty plea for accused Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz would set up a penalty phase where the twenty three year old would be fighting against the death penalty in hoping for life without parole attorneys told the judge that cruise plans to plead guilty next Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder in the February twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school the police will come with no conditions and prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty that will be decided by a jury but that trial has not yet been scheduled I surely outlier

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Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

"The Astros and red Sox are meeting in the A. L. C. S. for the first time since two thousand eighteen the last time Boston won the World Series Houston has home field advantage for this series thanks to the Bo Sox four game win over the top seeded race in the division series Houston manager dusty Baker is glad his team is home for the first two games of the last week of the season yes to know how important I was going to be up for this home field advantage I know everybody was was probably you know pick and Tampa Chris sale starts game one for the red Sox with nature of all the slated to go Saturday former Valdez gets the ball for the Astros on Friday before Luis Garcia opposes of all the the Astros won the season series five two I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

"A prominent accuser is suing Bill Cosby Lili Bernard says she filed suit against Cosby before new Jersey's two year window to file older sexual assault claims expires she claims he raped her in nineteen ninety in an Atlantic city hotel room Bernard tells the AP she was prompted in part by bill Cosby's recent release from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his twenty eighteen sexual assault conviction on procedural grounds when the justice system fails survivors of sexual assault that

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Cardinals fire Mike Shildt over 'philosophical differences'

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Cardinals fire Mike Shildt over 'philosophical differences'

"The singles cardinals the pirates manager Mike chilled over philosophical differences within the organization chel took over the reins of the franchise on an interim basis in August two thousand eighteen and secure the job on a permanent basis the following season the Redbirds won ninety one games that year earning short National League manager of the year honors singles with thirty and twenty eight in the pandemic Jordan twenty twenty season losing to San Diego in the opening round of the expanded playoffs this year's team used a franchise record seventeen game winning streak in September to reach the wild card game where they lost to the Dodgers I'm Mike Reeves

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 Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

"A work by British street artist Banksy sold for a record twenty five million dollars at auction in London something happened after what is now called love is in the band sold in twenty eighteen for the first time for just one point four million dollars the how much came down and all of a sudden we had this beeping noise it wasn't Sotheby's along through or like what's going on M. a Baker at Sotheby's says auctioneers were out of their seats their hands were over there miles looked over in the the picture has sort of look like in full and half out of the frame and it wasn't until a bit later that we realized that it had to be shredded it's a half shredded canvas and ornate frame bearing a spray painted image of a girl reaching for a heart shaped red balloon the

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 Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

"A work by British street artist Banksy that sold for one point four million dollars in twenty eighteen could make several times that price at an auction today something happened after what is now called love is in the band sold for the first time the how much came down and all of a sudden we had this beeping noise it wasn't Sotheby's along through or like what's going on I'm a Baker itself to be says auctioneers were out of their seats their hands over their mouths looked over in the the picture has sort of look like you'd fold in half out of the frame and it wasn't until a bit later that we realized that it had to be shredded it's a half shredded campus in an ornate frame bearing a spray painted image of a girl reaching for a heart shaped red balloon this Banksy could sell for as much as eight million dollars if you're looking at in the grand scheme of high prices for Banksy in the last three years it's still looking okay looks

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Raiders' Gruden resigns over offensive emails

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 d ago

Raiders' Gruden resigns over offensive emails

"Jon Gruden has issued a statement following his resignation former Las Vegas raiders coach Jon Gruden says he never meant to hurt anyone Gruden issued a statement Monday night after resigning saying he loves the raiders and did not want to be a distraction Gruden's stepped down after the New York times reported that he frequently used racist misogynistic and homophobic language in emails he sent before being hired by the raiders in twenty eighteen a league source confirms the accuracy of the emails and says they were sent to the raiders last week raiders owner mark Davis issued a statement Monday night saying only that he accepted Gruden's resignation I'm

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Jon Gruden Is Out After Homophobic and Mysogynistic Comments

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Jon Gruden Is Out After Homophobic and Mysogynistic Comments

"A person familiar with the decision tells the Associated Press that raiders head coach Jon Gruden has stepped down following emails containing racist homophobic and misogynistic comments emails acquired by The New York Times show the Gruden frequently use misogynistic and homophobic language directed at commissioner Roger Goodell and others within the league the Wall Street journal said Friday the group used a racist comment to describe NFLPA leader DeMaurice Smith in twenty eleven the times acquired email sent between twenty eleven to twenty eighteen when Gruden was an analyst for ESPN they

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Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

Reward increased to $2.5M for information in slaying of Seattle federal prosecutor

"Cross your reporting reward money has been increased for information helping solve the killing of a U. S. prosecutor in Seattle rewards now totaling two point five million dollars have been announced for information in the killing of federal prosecutor Thomas C. Wales in Seattle twenty years ago Nicholas brown the new U. S. attorney for the western district of Washington announce the justice department has doubled its reward to two million dollars at a ceremony Monday marking the death of Wales in addition the national association of former U. S. attorneys is offering about five hundred thousand dollars for information helping solve the case Wales was an eighteen year veteran of the U. S. attorney's office he was fatally shot through a basement window of his home on October eleventh two thousand one hi

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 Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election

"The turnout in Iraq's weekend elections with little more than forty percent according to preliminary results announced the turn ons a record low in the post Saddam Hussein Iraq signaling widespread distrust of the country's rulers the independent high electoral commission says early results show turn out from the Sunday vote at forty one percent that's down from forty four percent in the twenty eighteen elections which itself was an all time low the voters being mauled by widespread apathy and the bloody close by many young activists who thronged the streets of Baghdad and Iraq's southern provinces in late twenty nineteen calling

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Hurts runs for 2 TDs, Eagles come back to top Panthers 21-18

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00:30 sec | 5 d ago

Hurts runs for 2 TDs, Eagles come back to top Panthers 21-18

"Quarterback Jalen hurts ran six yards for a touchdown with two thirty eight left completing the eagles comeback in a twenty one eighteen down into the Panthers hurts had a pair of scoring runs in the second half to help Philadelphia come back from a twelve point deficit devante Smith had seven catches for seventy seven yards and a two point conversion for the eagles hurts completed twenty two of thirty seven passes for one hundred ninety eight yards Carolina Sam Darnold was intercepted three times twice by Darius slay his final pick allowed the eagles to run out the clock on the ferry

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Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

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00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

"The final film with Daniel Craig as James bond's leads the box office for the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest is he came Alex No time to die grossed fifty six million dollars this past weekend according to studio estimates putting it in the first place spot the film was released only to theaters not streaming it had been delayed more than eighteen months because of the pandemic number two this week is venom let there be carnage followed by the Adams family to Shanxi and the legend of the ten rings is in fourth and the many saints of Newark in fifth

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Bennett, No. 2 Georgia romp over No. 18 Auburn 34-10

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00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Bennett, No. 2 Georgia romp over No. 18 Auburn 34-10

"Stetson Bennett passed for two hundred thirty one yards and two touchdowns in leading second ranked Georgia passed number eighteen Auburn thirty four ten Bennett completed fourteen of twenty one passes and hit Ladd McConkey in stride for a sixty yard third quarter score he also had a thirty yard run anytime you come over here and play this team I mean it's a free it's a war and I think our O. line D. line you know yeah I mean we want we want a lot of scrimmage battle severe white ran for seventy nine yards on eighteen carries with two touchdowns the nation's top defense gave up only its second touchdown of the year before beating the Tigers for the fifth straight time Auburn had been averaging forty points a game this season I'm Dave Ferrie

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How Was Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | Last week

How Was Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail?

"I also had a bizarre conversation early this morning with a good friend of mine over the news that the eighteen year old. Who's accused of shooting up. That high school in arlington texas. This week got bonded out. After one night in jail one night and he's out on bond the whole country was on edge. Another school shooting. This was not a random school shooting. This apparently happened as the result of a fight. I'm told that eighteen year old timothy simpkins was the young man getting beaten on the video. It's you know as kids do. They took a video a cell phone video of this fight and it really wasn't a fight. It was one guy beating up another guy. Well the guy that was getting beat beat up evidently went into a backpack. After they were the two combatants were pulled apart. Pulled out a gun. Start shooting people shoot at shot. The guy the beat him up pumped four bullets into him he is. I'm told in a medically induced coma on a ventilator right now A twenty five year old teacher was shot in the back to others were injured including a pregnant girl and timothy simpkins free. As a bird he strolled out of the jail cameras. All in tow people taking shots of him. His baseball cap perched johnny on his head smiling. I'm a little baffled by this

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No. 15 Coastal Carolina beats Arkansas State 52-20

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00:29 sec | Last week

No. 15 Coastal Carolina beats Arkansas State 52-20

"Number fifteen coastal Carolina had no trouble extending its winning streak to eleven games Grayson McCall threw a school record ninety nine yard touchdown pass on his first attempt before the **** to clears completed a fifty two twenty dismantling of Arkansas state McCall completed eighteen of twenty three passes for a career high three hundred sixty four yards and four touchdowns without an interception as a likely also had a big night set career highs with eight receptions two hundred thirty two yards and four touchdowns on the ferry

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The Delta COVID Wave Is Receding

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | Last week

The Delta COVID Wave Is Receding

"The delta wave. The wave is receding cova. Nine hundred cases have been dropping steadily consistently calvin cases i mean the the delta wave according to actually us at least not a right leaning publication may truly be behind us and they'll unvaccinated people in heavily vaccinated areas will always remain at risk. Getting the virus under control seems to be in right now front and center. It's happening deaths are falling by nationwide average of about thirteen percent. The virus is now killing. Roughly eighteen hundred americans per day deaths have been rising. That's the old lagging indicator as they put it but it appears that things now are on the decline.

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Is This Part of God's Plan to Wake the Sleepwalkers?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last week

Is This Part of God's Plan to Wake the Sleepwalkers?

"Am convinced that god has allowed this to happen to us to wake up people and not just to wake up the church but to wake up patriots too. Because you know when you're talking about something like truth all truth is of god. He is truth. There are people that have been sleepwalking. And things have been okay and they don't need to do anything. I we pay our taxes and we try to not break the law and we go and you realize no in order to keep the republic. There's more to do and we've forgotton for about fifty years. How serious it is to keep freedom and what is happening now as you said people are waking up it is getting so ugly but it's like suddenly it it reminds me of like in a thriller. you know or was saying when i recognize suddenly i realize your votes dominance like there's a moment when you realize that the other person realizes they they're onto you and at that moment everything changes and so. I think what has happened with. This current administration is that they've kind of realized that if they don't win like they better be really careful because people are kind of onto them so they think it's an all out war now and they are pushing things that we couldn't have dreamt of even a year ago. I mean absurd things. What happened in afghanistan. I to this day can't begin to understand how it's possible even for somebody as incompetent and horrible as joe biden. It's hard for me to perceive that they were well when you consider that we hadn't lost servicemen eighteen months prior to that not not one american died in afghanistan. Well but i mean it's not even that i mean that just makes it dramatic but i mean to leave behind eighty billion dollars like there's no part of my brain that can comprehend how any president would allow

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

03:18 min | 3 months ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"In twenty nine named scott's last as nfl coach he was part of the afl board is about isil teams as well as one of only two coaches who were on the committee who met several trump's to discuss the state of the game manhattan. Prove it so after leaving. North scott had something cars from couch. Sank iota fremantle and narrow on look episode new coach at the time but he did settle on this wide ranging role with the nfl. Sorry nothing is firm digit. But he has been working very closely. With stephen hawking ends very well respected and nine within the nfl ranks peps. Would you mind saying this. Is this more of news for you to say crosby doing that. Lays is i think if he comes in off the think he's the more bearable of the scots. But as long as he doesn't get influenced boys brother and just keeps completely neutral on form with that. Okay okay. That's that's more like concerned ricky and every other supporter out. There would be as long as brad doesn't get involved with chris Way following curse. Everything one could argue state hocking had the same bias towards along a lot about that. I'll think it's more on the lawns of win. Your actual brother is a coach. You know where the family genoveva christmas you know. A he's your bon-bons what does your say. What's your dad joke. Give us a few more preliminary finals and all. I think you'd be good for it. Just want to see some china's again like once again at another way guys pass with dropping. The bowl in the bowl doesn't make any sense. Go ahead and read the rule no hidden on the rule for drop in the bowl rave about the last one says it is an absolute joke at talks about As long as they might an attempt but did mike contact. That's okay but you know it. Just got to simplify a lot of these things. I think some decisions yup themselves again when they run out of the end of the gulf. Great let little things. I miss that or do you think it needs to be because it's just running up on pets. I locked the fact that we're talking about a recent coach who could be in charge of looking at how the rules were. But my god. Stephen hawking had a hell of a job and he was frickin. Resilient it would have been awesome. Finish it off. But you know what you've got to take the opportunity when it's gonna to strike while the hutt In east drug odd side. You could team oregon. It'd be a great appointment or he'll be a really good important for that. One yeah.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"I just love the fact that we somehow we are full with the worst list running around at the moment i don't have i'm not kinser genius. I don't know if the rest of the nfl a a trying to prank me as ashen kuchar around the corner pimps. I have no ide- but somehow out team is fourth are now one of these jamie. He's the you'll reverse melbourne uk. Everybody out of and you're pumped by everybody in it. Wait everybody in the. And you get pumped later buddy. That's what i get. But yes i regret with a reverse flash reverse flesh eric. In if anybody he was constipated you could have watched that gyn and would acclaimed jails at completely high pips civil awning. Oh maybe that guy was. That guy was supposed to be a saturday night game action. You know what would have been like if that if that you're not you know that. Not every year where everybody turns off their power to save electrcity. That's good fraud. twelve imply. now when is called earth not earth day or whatever it is. I just did that literally would have occurred. Everybody would turn until you often say kids. This guy play owner. That would not have made a law affects john on imagine. Imagine thank to find that guy. And they lost the weather to the guy and was as puget was going will be given sank cuter another set. I not thank. You should be thanking pointed a light because we just saved you from that from that circus. Yep yep now that charlie kagins might have gripe point. Here he goes. You know how the bombs are in the in the pale of pump them. Now that that's a fair point. Also have you lost to this jamie i. We made sydney forget that sydney when we had one top one top team. Did you lose to light nine. Did you lose to hold. Nine nine edgy lays to gw s Did you spend calton ni- jiving your decide.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"Twelve and ten and i love to bike. But you know what's interesting funny yogurt packets around the house at the moment. I squeezed yoga packets. It's amazing where you can fall in those cupboards underway draws your pets. What are you doing the weekend. What do i watched half a guy full Got more points worth and then absolutely corrected after all watched marching. Do what i normally do. We'll playing a bottom full team so that to be a juror loss. We got the two point so we're going to be happy with that us ause at. They really wasn't else much more to do. I watched a few of footy. Some clear racking cracking results them is a couple of teams down the bottom at the moment that ah pulling results out. That just puts a small on your face. It's different top footy that what's being played at the top and having a crack and i just love teams that having a crack and there's plenty of them at the moment and these ones that just should pick up shop now and just start trading and get ready for try to weaken must what if tanking was anything or just telling the tank. High pips are started watching a new series over the weekend coins. The south good shug real good real. Good if you'd like to be divine drug cartel business going on pepsi. That is what you want to get onto that show you there. We spoke a little bit about a cartel the afl cartel recently in the episodes. If you haven't read the book of the boys club more goodness gracious absolute track and had to listen to me with me warner if you haven't done side trade more dead got on route on the weekend and rick and it was the best interview he heard on a podcast or wake very good. And how listeners have joined us. Got ron newnan. Faisal mahamoud and charlie kagan all murder awkward mood and he is an absolute legend first hall. I'm on the chat and no dead. He'll be getting into me tomorrow. A bad it's good to have everybody on board. I'm already getting a bit of what's going on with the dog. Easy going to watch the guy you know. We're gonna talk all about that. But i think he's gonna get into it the first that we needed to have a look at the ladder because there is a bit of movement and there is a bit of shake and go in on. So let's have a look at it brought yard or the skin of their teeth. Melvin astill still on top three points clear of the doggies and to the covered changes. Were going to be putting these game to this weekend. Was supposed to be played next week. But they bring it forward awakes. One versus two along cemented their position in the top three port at alight thing. We're going to talk about the other mobile sweltered but you literally put out the worst in you having for years and still somehow manage to get a win. I'll pick this one picked it on. Damn brisbane would lose. No he put in brisbane on the slide. Sydney moore goodness avai. Are they smokey's because every time they just gonna slide. I just take flowing. wet toast. Well they taste isn't it. They formerly in lots of aced. Supporters will be watching this listening to these going targeted bombers the by bomas of known injury. Get over it. It's only going to happen once. A guy just get over it run. Its runs rookies. If you want to call it just done. Call the baby bonus. that's finished delivered richmond. This season's done or picked it. They gotta make the dusty richmond. Remain sign up fees. And when it's gotta happen fremantle through adult opportunity on.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"So without putting x them out but you have to do some work but but he knows he knows his stuff. Yeah i think that's a pretty good option for new guys right like if you're if you don't really have a an area that you're confident about like you said you can do your own research. Get the map so you know you're and it's pretty easy on the internet these days right. There's a lot of options that you just look it up and look at different lakes guys talk about whether she. But if you don't know where to go it's pretty affordable these trips where you go you know a flying is going to be a bit more pricey But with someone like river jet they're affordable and they're going to drop you off an area where sheep you still got to kill him. You still gotta find him. But you're going to have the best chance. And it's pretty affordable. So i think that's a pretty cool opportunity for maybe somebody that's never been on a sheep onto if they just don't know where to go yet and it's good too because jason always pick up like can you get one ram downhill pick it up and take care of it and bring it to a cooler and all that stuff too which is always a great option that you don't have you know flying in and stuff gets a little more expensive. Yeah yeah absolutely for sure. So you said you gotta buddy this jet boat and you guys are planning a trip this year. Yeah yeah yeah yeah he. I've been with them a few times and he's just a great guy great op great operator and is my new best friend. Any thousand dollar jetboat will do exactly. Yeah yeah no no we get along great just a young guy but he's got it together and he's his passion is like mine or even greater for hunting incredible. Well that's a cooling. What a jet. Tuesday get out there and do that sort of stuff to write a home. I know guys that have you know. I'm a pilot by trade. Is you know guys like by my own airplane and go fly in. And i'm like you're on your own buddy. Mike you know you look at these guys in the mountains. I've done a few flying trips. I haven't done a ton but the guys that are in there they know the valley's there's times where it's fogged in. You know the value going and you can't get up. They make a phone call and they talked to somebody and go. Oh yeah it's it's clear down south we can get around there so i think you know by having a skilled bush pilot. You're gonna certainly increase your chances. Your chances of dying are lot less too. I think that somebody that doesn't what they're doing in the mountains. You don't really want them messing around on these mountain. Mount passes in these lakes and stuff like that. No you definitely want new pilots to do lots of flying on their own before i get in the plane with. I'm not sure. Do you look at these guys. That i've flown within when i get into. I see the gray hair and they've been doing it for twenty years. You know bruce was a great one these these flake there. You know you never know. Br he was an interesting character and he always told you what he thought. But you'd never had to worry about how he's gonna fly the airplane. You always felt really safe and done it so long as he was good at it. And yes. so there's a lot of great operators out there that do a good job and they know the area and they're to get you in and out as safely as they can be out definitely a different breed of guys every plane offering Their humor and it's pretty like christmas or out of outland. Just fantastic fantastic guys..

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:31 min | 9 months ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Are our membership numbers. Keep some bump bump so We're giving away a yeti cooler once that magic number one thousand. We're not too far off that now. So somebody once we hit a thousands going to win a yeti cooler. We have our membership drive on a thousand bucks towards east glacier or city you're our conservation partners. So great opportunity there. So if you're thinking about joining do it before march thirteenth because we're going to give away thousand bucks gear to one of those three so it's a great time to sign up. Never been a better time. So absolutely and i know i'm honored up in that time. Just for the for the shot at the the the prize is that have been offered as well so it's good times and speaking fundraising or raffles are again screaming up as well. Yes so oh just now. We're recording this The week of january with today's twenty first of january our while she Our desert hunt is gonna sell out. Were less. we're to double digit on the tickets now. So less than ten percent to go on that. Obviously barney sold out and The grizzlies not too far behind and the antelope. So i don't think it's going to see march thirteenth Before that so if you're thinking about it probably is a good time to jump on or also offering some smaller raffles. We had a corleones rifle. That's now sold out and Four new raffles are gonna pop the website today And we got sick. Arapahoe glacier raffle. We've got a life member raffle that vos e-e-eddie in an antelope punt Through silver sage. Oh fitting that's going to be a kick asks raffle and our forth raffle is our big bore rifle it's donated by don lynam and Tickets are going to be on sale for that as well so we just got those four raf laces approved this morning to buy those. You have to buy online Go wild sheep society dot com slash raffle So that's for those raffles And then for any you that want to bid on the northern february six the date on that and that's through online hunting auctions google alert or search while she cited lincoln. Yeah for sure so So great opportunities pretty cool raffles Coming up One kampfer what's abs. Absolutely yeah we We we wrote a video in our hunt series that we've been wanting to work towards for the last year it's it Features young woman named tina and she hunts and she she breaks that mold of what What a hundred should look like a great story that She tells in a couple of minutes and we'd love if you could go and share it. It's meant to drive To to show the the connection a non hunter has to hunter. We've got so much more in common than people think and we don't drive the big pickup trucks and wear cowboy hats and spit tobacco. The way the media and the ant to saint say we do so tena tells a great story and more in the. I hunt series coming soon. Some amazing videos have been put together and check out one. Campfire dot com. You'll.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

02:55 min | 9 months ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

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"eighteen l" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Morning. This is a live podcast with your host. Jeff ski kinsey. So let's play guessing game. You know that there was a show. Wasn't there something. Like who am. I and people would come out. Tell a little bit and you had to guess who they were okay. So here's the guessing. Game who am i in the statement is i'm eighteen guancai say and i like it but then your mind would jump to the alice cooper song at least mine did get an answer is i'm the eighteenth day of the new year also the month of january but that's not quite as important as being the eighteenth day of the new year and i got a question for you by the way this is episode eighteen long. So my question for you is what have you accomplished. You've had eighteen days. That's over two weeks coming up on three weeks before you know it. What have you accomplished. what have you got done. Have you set some plans in place. I know i have. Have you had a chance to do some thinking some out of the box thinking some innovation that you wouldn't have done otherwise i know i have. Have you listened to any good books or read any good books in what i say. Read almost always mean. Listen but i do read some the old fashioned way yes. I've listened to some amazing books. Have you done any training any workshops. Yup some amazing ones manu mentor right. After the first year. In fact. I think i started program. January no was january. I i think. I discovered it on january first. I started on monday. And for the next seven days had my head down and picked up some pointers. in fact. let me share with you leverage k. If you're not doing something. That is a huge level. Remember archimedes said. Give a place to stand in. I'll move heaven. I'll be able to move the planet earth if you give me the right place to stand with the fulcrum in a long enough lever. You could move. Heaven and earth is that so small as einstein said small. Planes have no ability to motivate man. So don't be thinking of well. You know if i could just you know times are tough if we could just hunker down and and basically break even with whatever we did last year you know if we did three million dollars if we could get the three million dollars this year. No that's you know. That's not.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"And you know, if my relationship was gonna work it required us to be living in the same city. We've been dating long distance for like a year and a half and it sucked. So I went on a bunch of interviews, and I met with a bunch of people, and I sat down I had a meeting with Greg Daniels. Who I didn't know I knew his name, but I had never met him. And he was all I knew was he was adopting the British office for American TV, and my opinion, which was most people's opinion was what a terrible idea that's never going to work like it's too beautiful and pure and amazing and it'll never work for an American audience. So I went into the meeting with an enormous amount of skepticism, and then we had a two and a half hour meeting. He had back trouble. And he actually one point just lay down on the floor. And he's amazing odd guy. He laid out on the floor in front of me. But we continued to talk about television. And at some point and felt like I was. Therapist because I was sitting in a chair, and he was lying on the floor. But he just was talking about his theories about the show about what was going to make it work. And I started to feel like, oh, this guy is a genius. Like, it's a word that gets thrown around too much. But I think it applies here. And I called my agent when I left the meeting, and I said, I don't know if that show gets picked up, but if that if it gets picked up, I don't care how many episodes it is. Or what the circumstances are taking a job. And my agent said why are you? So sure you wanna do that. Because that guy's gonna teach me how to write literally said those words so it got picked up for six episodes. And I went to work for him. And he taught me how to write like, he he's just sort of scientist about the art of sitcom writing and there were times when we would be at work that first year there only three full-time writers. It was me Mindy Kaeling and BJ Novak and none of the three of us had ever written anything, really. Before he basically taught a class like he taught like a graduate seminar in storytelling and TV writing. And there were times when he would be talking about stories where I would stop like I was reading notes in trying to come up with pitches for the episode, and I would stop, and I would just start taking notes of what he was saying. Like, he was a professor, and I still have them like I still have pads of paper with like just aphorisms and insights and kind of like structures and stuff written down that I like refer to you sometimes because he he's just that good. And like he is the reason that that show became what it was. So I don't think I had a moment. I was like, oh, I'm really good at this. I'm better than other people are I had a series of moments where I thought this guy Greg is better at this than everybody. And if I just listen if I shut up and listen to what he's saying that will make me good at it. And that's what happened. But it sounds like you got lucky though, that you ran into somebody the people I've talked to about this generally find Hollywood to be really drew. Medically unimpressive. But it sounds like that you stumbled upon someone there that not everyone gets dissemble upon. Oh, one hundred percent, I read it. I just read this book called success in luck in the myth of meritocracy or something like that. It's by an economist who teaches it to Cornell. I think Robert Frank is his name, and he basically talks about how people dramatically underestimate how much luck plays a role in their lives in every arena, and it starts with this anecdote where he had a heart attack and his he was playing tennis and his friend called nine one one. And there happened to be two ambulances who responded to a car accident like thirty seconds away from where they were playing tennis, and because to Amy Lens's showed up one of them was able to break off get to the guy resuscitate him and keep them alive. And he basically says like everything that happened after that moment in my life at some level is because of luck like that was just blind luck. It had nothing to do with me. And a really resonated.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Like, you're twenty five years old, and that's your life. So it's hard not to say SNL, but creatively, you're writing three minutes sketches or four minute sketches every week if you're lucky one of them gets on the air, and is like a middling success, so creatively, speaking parks and rec was probably the formative thing for me that where you know, when that show clicked on all cylinders. That's probably the most pride. I think I had taken anything. What do you remember from that Saturday Night Live reunion show when all of comedy is gathered there except Eddie Murphy didn't go to that. One. Didn't can you. Go did not know the Eddie Murphy didn't go because he was mad at David Spade because David Spade did a Hollywood minute joke in like nineteen ninety four or something where he's showed a picture of Eddie Murphy. And he said, oh, look shooting star or a falling star or something and Eddie Murphy, pretty rightfully say. Gotta side with Murphy on this one Spade. I'm Eddie Murphy. One hundred percent you decide with anymore via especially because literally the only reason the show is still on the air. Is that Murphy saved it and eighty eighty one after Lorne Michaels left. Eddie Murphy was the only cast member who mattered on that show for like two years while they were trying to figure out what the hell it was. And so it was a little bit like come on, man. The whole thing about us and allies. There's no sacred cows s and that was forged in the Watergate era, and the idea was and Lauren talks about this all the time whoever's in power, it doesn't matter who it is whoever's in power you take a cynical stance against them. You assume they're full of shit, and you attack them, and that means you play both sides if a democrat in office, you attack the democrat for Republicans enough as your tack the Republican, that's how the show retains its credibility. Is it doesn't seem like it's too skewed. And you know, when norm McDonald was doing update he was a vowed Republican and told people on air to vote for Bob Dole. It was really. And it felt weird. It was like not just because it's supposed to be counter cultural. But because the show. Just kind of didn't do that the show took the position that whoever's in power in any realm of society deserves scorn and derision and they deserve to be taken down. But on the other hand when it's one of your own when it's Eddie Murphy or something it's sorta like, well, what's the point of that? Like, why do that joke? Like, he's not the president. He's not a Senator. He's he's like why go after your own guy. And the only time I ever felt bad at that show. 'cause I produced we can update for three years. The only time they ever felt bad. Or when I felt like it wasn't a fair hit that we did a joke where it was like that person doesn't deserve that joke. That's the only time that show can really run a foul. And so yeah, spayed when after Eddie Murphy, and he was the only real notable no show, and I kind of on his side. And so, but what was that night? Like, what do you remember about your interactions and just what your career might become from that point? If you allowed yourself to dream while in that room. Well, there are two things that happened within a year. There was the. SNL twenty fifth, and then there was the NBC seventy fifth which they did a three hour live show in eight h in the SNL theater with like every old show every ER and saying elsewhere and get smart, and like, you know, the sid Caesar show like everyone from entertainment came back that was a nightmare. It's like I was one of the writers on the show. And so literally everyone from history from NBC histories of that show. It's really crazy..

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"You guys all new in the room? Oh, we're better at this than most of the people doing this everyone. There knew it. I knew that the cast was the best cast like comedy cast. Maybe ever I really felt that way very early on. I I just was like you would look around the room and think every time one of these people opens his or her mouth. It's amazing. And I just had this really strong feeling Greg Daniels who created it with me used to say a very frequently. The the thing that saved the show was the cast was great before the show got great. And he was right. He was like the cast was just so talented in so charismatic in the, you know, six or eight episodes. It took us to really figure out what the hell we were doing the cast was just so good. They just made everything work. And now it's like Chris Pratt's, arguably the biggest movie star in America. He's got two enormous franchises in these cells at Madison Square Garden, and you know, Nick Offerman is like can't walk down the street. And Adam Scott has done a million things. Like these like the entire. Our cast has done exactly what it felt like they were going to do which is go on to be really famous and successful in great have great careers. So I know that it doesn't sound fun. When I say that I lay awake at night. But I think anything, that's truly great any artistic endeavor. This truly great is going to have that as part of its story that like, you don't know whether it's going to work, and then what makes it so satisfying is that you come out the other side, then that the most on that you've had in an atmosphere. Like, I imagine those Saturday Night Live after parties were drug-fuelled. You've got the office is, you know, a magical hit in this country. Like where was the most fun actually being had in real time? Well, that's a good question. It's hard not to say us in L because the thing about SNL is like everyone is twenty four. And it's everybody's first job. And you kinda can't believe it. I mean, I was there for the for the twenty fifth anniversary show, which was in two thousand two thousand either ninety nine or whatever and like every single person came back every single living cast member came back. And then like, you know, Robin Williams and Billy crystal and and Whoopi Goldberg and like it just anyone in comedy was like in the same room at the same time. And I was at the time. I was twenty four I think, and I just was like how I can't believe this is happening like that every single person who's funny in America. Just as like, of course, I'm going to come to that thing because that's how important that institution is. And then because everybody's young. And it's everybody's first job and you're living in New York. And it's like crazy that show SNL has waves of self esteem and the internal. Mood matches the self esteem that it is derived from the show being good. And so, you know, it goes it's like a sine wave it goes up and down and when in two thousand when will Ferrell ninety nine two thousand we'll Farrell started playing George Bush and Darrell Hammond started playing Al Gore, and then the crazy two thousand election happened and suddenly SNL mattered like really mattered in a significant way, and it the self. We derive the staff derive a self esteem from that like in matters. And so it started to be really fun to be working there and to go to those parties afterwards and Horatio Sanz. There was always an after party from one to four Horatio Sanz started. And after after party, they went from four to six in the morning where we would just like shut down a bar and just stay there. And then you would walk outside at six thirty in the morning on a Sunday. And it would be bright sun, and there'd be people like jogging on the street and going out to brunch and stuff. And you were just in the same clothes. You were wearing the night before just miserable. You know, smoke like stained and booze stained, and it was so fun. It was just like what a time to be alive..

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"So I was doing a show about a subject. Deeply cared about with very close friends. And we had this feeling of like every week. It was like we have to do the very very best show we can possibly do. Because if we don't the show, Mike it cancelled, and it was taxing and exhausting. You know, he was like emotionally draining. But when we got through that period, and we came out the other side and people started to like it, and it got recognition for various things, we felt this incredible sense of accomplishment and of love and passion for I mean, that's that. Honestly that job is as good as it gets out here because I loved what I was doing. I was doing with my friends it mattered to me it ended up mattering to some other people. Like, I know you mean like it is it is scary. And when you're thirty three or whatever, I was, and you are put in charge of a, you know, a hundred and fifty million dollar a year enterprise that, you know, employs two hundred people and stuff like you can the thought of I I mean, I had a lot of sleepless nights. It's this is another thing, by the way that I think you, and I have in common that when you were talking about the early days of your show when it wasn't working, and you guys hadn't figured out the rhythms and everything else that you would just like stay up all night and like ride your bike around Miami. And just lose your mind. Like, I have the I had the TV equivalent of that a lot like I would lie in bed at night and think I can't believe I'm going to be the idiot who ruined Amy Poehler career? Like that was that was a thought I had all the time because she was at the time. If you remember she would she'd been SNL had this crazy run. She was she's one of the greatest to ever do it. And she had ended her career there nine months pregnant playing Sarah Palin on on weakened update and wrapping at Sarah Palin, and one of the most popular sketches of the last five years, and then she came then she had her baby. And she started parks and rec and the show got off to kind of Iraqi start, and I would lie. I literally would lie awake at night and think I'm going to be the asshole who ruined her career like her careers in great until now. Now, everybody loves her. She's like America's sweetheart. And when people look back at her career, what they're gonna say is she was doing really great until she teamed up with Mike and that sought kept me awake and realize right that this was a question about how much fun that wasn't. And you said. And now a toll pain and suffering, and I was going to ruin my friends entire career. Like, nothing you're describing sounds like fun except like, hey, people really like the shit when we were done with it. But that's that was the beginning that was the beginning. And so now think about being being that full thing. It's literally where you are right now, you started without level of anxiety about your show, and then you came through the other side. And now, you're surrounded by people. You love doing exactly what you want to do. Exactly the way you want to do it. That's what we had to like. By the time. We got through that bumpy period. It became this incredible thing where like look I remember saying early in an interview like season two or something I was doing an interview. And I said look the thing about this show. It to me is in ten years. No one will be able to believe that all of these people were in the same cast. And I that is is now ten this month is ten years to the month of when the pilot aired and no one can believe how did, you know? How could you have known? I just did. It was you just watch them every day, you we into table reads. And you did you wrote scripts and you would look around the like, no one who Nick Offerman was no one knew Chris Pratt was no new who is these was. No, I mean, people knew Amy and they knew Rashida a little bit..

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"And it was at the time. It was a joke, and now it actually happens. Now, those are the stats that. That ESPN and other places just us. So we gave it up partially for professional reasons. But also we felt like we were saying the same things over and over again and the world had kind of caught up a little bit and has started to see the light and weren't. There were fewer and fewer old crusty dinosaurs. Who are writing about how you know if you wanna know who champion is looking his eyes or whatever this is all the stugatz arguments. Our our every evolution in permutation comes from there, though, you realize you could have kept growing that out that you could have that wouldn't have been the only place because all we do around. Here is make fun of sports media. It's the daily show all it was doing was making fun of media from within media. Right. That was smart television. And so that's all that we've been doing around here, you could have done the same thing. I feel like you could have done parks and rec for sports that you could have done the office for sports. You could have done Brooklyn nine nine for sports. You'll be running all of ESPN right now. Take a different, Pat. Well, I've heard you say a lot that you that you wished that ESPN. For example, you say this on your show all the time that you wish that people were having more fun, and that this is sort of absence of your work at some level, right? As you wish you weren't taking. So that sports weren't taking. So seriously all the time, and I do think there's it's possible. But the problem is that like, you're you're walking fine line you and people like you were walking this fine line. Whereas you said to me when I wrote that piece on. You you're tackling the establishment from inside of the establishment. And that means that like, you're right on a knife edge all the time of tipping over into either. Being the establishment or fending the establishment so much that say you throw a bunch of billboards saying goodbye to LeBron James, and you end up getting suspended, and so you it's not that you can't do that. It's just a kind of life that I don't think I cared enough about that subject matter. I li- I was doing it as an as a fan, and as a sort of casual observer of the way that media talks about sports, but it didn't like burn in my soul. As like, this is what my want my life's work to be. So, you know, alternately, it's I find it more fun to write long form narrative television. And so I sort of broke in this direction. It also happens to pay a lot of money, but it, but it's my this is what I love. And so that hobby that that other thing was a hobby, and I think for you. I think I would say the inverse is true. Right. Like, this is what you're passionate is your passion is making fun of this stuff from the. Side and other things in your life might be hobbies. And so you can it's not that you can't imagine doing something else with your life is just that. This is the thing that you find the most fun. I would guess yes. For me it is. But I don't know how much fun. It was the right on us L. I don't know how much fun. It was right on the office. I don't know. It sounds to me parks and rec would be overwhelming to me. It would be not fun fulfilling maybe, but not necessarily fun because of how hard it would be to run an entire show like that. Oh, it's a tremendous amount of fun. I would say that show in particular. It had a crazy weird journey. We were always almost getting cancelled a bunch of crazy things happen that were behind the scenes that were just in terms of like, the MAC and nations of networks and studios and stuff. That's not super interesting to talk about, but Amy Poehler, and I were friends from SNL, and we built that thing together and Rashida Jones, and I have been friends since college we met like the second day of college nineteen ninety three..

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"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"It out slate dot com. It's still something that is easy to find. Because it was moving to me that this guy in general just as a person or reporter cared enough to come and be in our environment. And write a nice thing about our show that seemed to get our show and then at some point during that Mike Ryan says to me. Yeah. That's the guy who kind of wrote the office and parks and rec and I'm like oh shit. Oh shit. What happened there? Why would that person waste his time? No, it gets worse. Wait a minute. It gets worse. So now recently is Stu gods has tried to get you to ghostwriters his book because he doesn't want to do any of the work. I'm learning that you've got these giant projects. And then I see daily variety report that you're got something for twenty five million dollars a year. Your your. Like a wildly successful show runner. I didn't know anything about that way. I just thought you were some dope in the back of the room writing an article about us, nobody would read. Well, first of all that's what I was. And am and the fact that I have other projects going on. Or did. I just signed a new deal, which I did at universal doesn't have anything to do with my love of your show and your work or the fact that I was just at that time a dope in the back of the room writing an article about you. That's what I wanted to be. That was the whole point. Like, I I came across your show completely accidentally because I knew who you were. And I knew that you had a podcast. But then I don't know it hit one of those like Malcolm glad we'll tipping points where like enough people told me that I should listen to the show. And I just started listening to his I drove around LA, and you became all. I listen to and it kind of still is all I listen to I have an eleven year old, son. And he doesn't imitation of your dad's saying stugatz from the rejoins. He just walks around. And the house going stugatz. Because that's it's always playing in my car. So when I got in touch with you and ask to write about your show. It was just pure fandom, which which is how it should be. Like, that's the best thing about being a writer. I think is when you get to just write about stuff you like, and I have this weird accidental side career as a sports reporter, not really, but the kind of written for a couple of things for slate about sports, and I just called their editor, Josh Levin and said I go fly to Miami. And write about these guys because it just was something I liked, and that's isn't that the whole point. I mean, that's the whole point of when I was talking to you guys. That was really descends. I got is that you guys do what you think is fun. And that was for my side. That was literally what I did. I just did it because I thought it sounded fun. But beyond that, though, one of the things that I've found interesting about your career and your journey because I'd like to cover how it is that you got to here with you is that you were counter culture, blogger guy judge. Just in his spare time mocking mainstream sports journalism. You were doing. This is Ken tremendous with fire. Joe Morgan, you're at the cutting edge of sports writing snark, and you were doing this from what vantage point where were you in your career?.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Juppe on this train with us now it is very i've i completely put myself behind it stand behind it whatever whatever the the saying is i've vouch for the show with everything that i am an westworld is awesome watching episode than listen to the podcast if you already watched season one i you know the show's complexes fuck it would be good for you to listen to the podcast any way embryo watched the episodes but there are no spoilers on the podcast who if you haven't seen it there is no fear of you getting anything ruined for you come listen to it it's called brees all motor functions in its available on grand ex labs with three episodes deep so the same place the rb peace started on grand ex labs is the name of the channel on i tuned subscribe to grand ex labs check out freeze all motor functions and uh get ready for westworld season to arm pumped you should be too thank you for listening thanks for all the support the tweets snaps the emails the direct messages the calls people catching fortnight w's with me i cannot get a solo win it is fucking killing me i keep the second it's getting out of control but micha is now on xbox yeah i wanna give it a couple of shell adds to a couple of the fans of the show who have reach out to me who added me on on uh on xbox live is that what's called a sound like a 100yearold man yeah xbox low xbox live and then followed up of media snapchat to confirm that they had in fact added me it is max w 1865 is my game or tag don't ask me why and also i did download fortnight i played it all night on tuesday i killed noone i am fucking trash i'm over it it takes time would you agree that there's another game i should be playing the hood gordon eight it's called it's called pub jeez what they call its players underground battleground some shitara player unknown battlegrounds here's ahmadou micha i've got my xbox shij seemed to get the shit setback up i'll do it this weekend are down the fort nine pudgy and we could fuck around with some of the listeners coups since tight do i gotta tell you is really really fun we got we.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"This week's album is by rapper push it t noted member of the duo clips his album is titled my name is my name which is a line from the show the wire for those who are familiar and came out in two thousand thirteen two great album through and through may be borne song i would consider skipper on their but that's just me personally my favorites our numbers on the boards hold on which i believe features rick ross uh sweet serenade featuring chris brown who is trash nece star oh no stalled you like nostalgia but knows get it cocaine featuring kendrick lamar and then snitch featuring throw williams so again push it my name is my name great album those are my favorite songs dillon go listen to the native american ass yeah uh there was a little odd clips woods i won't say in the news but they had a little uh clip set a little thing this weekend during the nba allstar game break in erd has reformed and performed at halftime of the allstar game and they started with a marching band playing the beat to a grinding who which is one of the dope his beats ever at is off that's an alltimer shut out to ferraro mike a currently trying to recreated on the on his desk i don't know how those kinda close kinda got late game yeah it's a good one yeah nods it's fantastic it's an all time.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Yeah i ended the column with the the james harden kevin durant let's get you pull wow all member all this shit site was different background i don't remember all this shit you know i i it's almost three years to the day it's been a long strange trip down the internet road give me a break our next segment people on airplanes are the worst people the thing that inspired this was a listener pointing out how absurd it is that everyone stands up in the aisle the second the seatbelt light goes off after landing this is always bug the shit out of me i know it bugs a lotta people i'm notes due in discussed widely i'm sure there's many columns written about it on the internet i'm sure but what does deal with this man like as too tall to stand up in my seat so when everyone is standing in i feel obligated to stand accent off standing up in my neck is craned dover and it's just uncomfortable nothing about this is good we're not going anywhere we're not going anywhere takes twenty minutes to de board these things minimum that's if you're out unlucky on a good fast flight with a good crew why does everybody stand up in the nile the second the seatbelt leg if socks to stand up to like if you're in the in the window seat you can't stand directly straight up in the like you're kind of leaning back yeah you're doing them though the reverse michael jackson yet his criminal thing and it's a terrible way to stand snow way to live up i will this same thing popped up for some reason my girlfriend send me a meema of earth something about this about you know why do people stand up yeah and said you can't be this what you're not this person are you and i am proud to report i'm not the spurs i always been calm cool and collected i'm glad we sit and wait for my turn and i'm going to let the people to my right or my left go in front of me especially if they're women i know and i'm going to be one last i'm taking my time i i used to be the.

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"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen l" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"No not a stranger that'd be fucking weird ask me ah or weirder as me if they could poppa pimple that i have in in fortunately as thirty year old man are really it pimples at often anymore but is used to be a thing and one of the thing about the uh i have one right now my chin a been trying to get rid of but that's not not add more there yeah um the first sip of a cocacola for mcdonald's you seem sort of confused about this not really so now you're now not really confused algae's kind of laughing because she made the note of it did it specific to mcdonald's in that apparently they do coq the best end i'm i'm i'm with this in i don't every time you go to like i don't go to mcdonalds often probably like once every six months but when i go i always get a coke and it's because their coq for some reason is better than everyone else is goes actually a lot of literature about this on the internet m apparently an and i am not a mcdonald's person i refused to go there arming gone there and ten years at least a stupid man to bed um they apparently have like the most hardcore regiment about cleaning their soda lines or like the their soda system is the most advanced of any restaurant in america shout out to ray kroc yeah ended a big part of that as they clean their lines daily or something they they go in extra step that no other company in america does if you haven't seen the movie the founder which is about a ray crock who is essentially the man who should be credited with the uprise and domination that is mcdonald's you need to see it too great movie.

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