17 Burst results for "Eighty Seventy Five Percent"

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Dr line is. I'm gonna turn back to you and i'm going to ask about hospitalizations. They are up in massachusetts. And the percentage of breakthrough cases continues to climb. That now makes up about a third of the state's overall cases i Breakthrough cases account for about a quarter of current hospitalizations. Now i want to acknowledge i get it that when the denominator right when the baseline when you're more people are vaccinate vaccinated. Then then you're going to see more of the cases among vaccinated and still you can imagine that those numbers make people's antenna go up so explain to us how to interpret those data trends among the vaccinated that i just laid out her. So the important thing. I think to really look at and what people really wanna know what they're thinking of relative rate of hospitalization after vaccinated versus not vaccinated and the overall counts can be deceptive and. I'm gonna don't to do the arithmetic on live there. But you can imagine. I if if a quarter of the cases in the hospital are amongst backs needed people and the vaccination in our community is call it seventy five percent in general that means a twenty five percent of the population giving eighty seventy five percent of the admissions. Right which means that. It's a much higher rate of hospitalization amongst unvaccinated. That amongst the back. It's just that as we do a better and better job vaccinated population right there. The cases that come in and start to break your much vaccinated people but the denominator. How many people are vaccinated so much is much larger than on docks needed and so actually what you really care about is. What's my risk today. Compared to what. It would have been if i had not dachshund that's the best measure and when you look at it that way there's a a a a large reduction of four four to five full reduction in hospitalization rates amongst people who are vaccinated so nothing is perfect. there is no absolute safety and done but you you know this is you. People should go ford feeling comfortable that even with delta it's obstinate protection against the disease the hospitalization of about outcomes and i do wanna under scared underscore. According to the department of public health from yesterday point oh percent of the vaccinated are hospitalized. Point four three percent have been infected at all after vaccination so we are still talking about very small numbers. I'm gonna go back to the phones here. One eight hundred four two three eight two five five.

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"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"Right and there's your offense. But then again you know by the time we play Michael Thomas would probably be back it'll be different be there kind of a different team Ian sure. Sure. Well, let's talk about so no to answer your question I I think the saints are absolutely beautiful absolutely beatable and I think the buccaneers have better team right now again, you can't turn the ball over which I get but the saints are also very heavily penalised team also so that's kind of a wash. I think more familiarity with offense if we would have played the saints week six and week thirteen I think we when both of them, right the only reason we didn't win beat the saints was because it was weak one. Well, let's talk about what a what I think an indication of a winning team typically years sure that's a good ground game. You're getting good running yards typically the team that has the better rushing yards as usually going to be the one that's that's winning because they're not you know playing from Hainan. Passing them. Because they're the leading they're running, right? So. Roggio for the second week in a row, first time in his career gets over a hundred yards right Do what timeless career shared time it's third time in his career, but it's the first time. He's ever had it in back to back weeks though Yes yes. Yes I'm sorry. First Time he's ever had really reading. We said not to do that Rin. Private chats that you don't see it. Okay. I'm a liar. Okay, fine. First of all prediction time share does that happen for? Roggio go for three in a row seventeen hundred yards away what? Legitimately and I don't know much about Green Bay's defense sure neither do why does roggio legitimately go for another one hundred yards and get three in a row I think it's it's definitely on the table a if but all depends if they wanna get Foreign Ed in there and they wanna get McCoy in there. The biggest thing that helped rogue hundred yards, two weeks in a row they had no competition there was him it was him to yeah and it was almost three weeks in a row because McCoy two weeks ago. No, he did get hurt two weeks ago and that of foreign it was already hurt no fornet McCoy gets hurt really early and that's like this is it. To you got and they just roll the next week going okay. We're going to do it again right and you know and. Still hurt for net was on break last -mergency and the Jin. Barner. The other guy like wasn't GonNa take touch. And then can barney yeah it was the rotor show. So yeah I mean it it's really somebody said this I don't remember where I saw it, but it's really the first time we're Rojo sort of had the spotlight all himself right his first year we won't talk about right like I don't care if it was maturity level or Dirk koetter hated him or he could not spell or not to read the playbook I don't care I. I'm not even talking about his rookie year last year he split carries the whole entire year. Yup. The whole entire year you know beginning of the year Barbara got more carries second half the year Roja got more carries by the end of the year. Pretty much all Roggio but he wasn't you know he was getting you know eighty seventy, five percent of the carries right but he has two games back to back where like like there's no income to save you He completely responded Yeah Yeah so except you can count on on your offensive coordinator at this week chair. Comes back we quick. You've seen what happens when Roggio gets the spotlight and doesn't have to share it sure. Do you give row Joe His eighteen to twenty five touches twenty-three touches whatever it is. You give him that and not for not for the sake of padding his stats and getting him up over a hundred. But just because of the fact that we've seen when he gets that many touches, he moves while he successful with it. You know I'm I'm looking at it right now he had seventeen touches last week for one hundred, six yards. He had twenty the week before against the chargers one, hundred and eleven. Four that he had thirteen touches for fifty three yards didn't look so great seven touches the week before that only twenty three yards like obviously the more touches you get the more yards you're going to rack up at the end of the day, but still like his yards per per. His average his yards per carry were were also it was six point, two yards per carry. This past week do you continue to ride that hot hand or do you go back to the? Okay. We're gonNA shuffling for net. We're GONNA shuffle in McCoy down situations and what you do as an offensive coordinator I beat the Hell Outta Roggio for three quarters and then put in for net. I make fornet watch. Okay. I make watch me talk about Roggio under my breath like he's not there. Wow that guy's really good like. Now. He's a thousand yards easy fornet just listening to it all. You know then every time and Every time he comes off the field give Roggio big hug wow psycho. Do. We ever really need to get those two guys I mean y you finally turned into something special like, wow, you know. Maybe, we could just cut the other guys and they don't get Super Bowl rings when he thank you to say that stuff and then you know the fourth quarter rolls around and go oh four Oh, you're still here I go and get a couple of rooms and just watch him like go just beat the crap out of like Interior the defensive line that's already been beating the crap out of. One hundred percent fresh yes. Just. Been Black blow over three hundred pound guys step on their chest. That's what I would do I like it. Yeah. Hey, guys great Peterson your with the baseball bedding podcasts. As we know, the O. Season is back in our lives. It's going to be a sixty game sprint unlike anything that we've ever seen before and I'm going to be giving you picks every single day seven days a week with Major League baseball. 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"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Can take a leave of absence July sixth all winter September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice rusher too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day in Germany with no writers eighteen years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with them trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and in time for the family as a key what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other night and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in blackface a number of times during skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and so that's not how has surfaced that the stories of the hill dot com not not why and they're not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political Hey bird to Jimmy Kimmel is getting as start the only upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years old thirty five I don't know I guess you don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine oh seven twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but one didn't didn't he get away with it or did he did apologize for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've raped them they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now the it is amazing what we learn about these people I I don't I don't know if A. B. C. news the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines or not I have no idea babies you know what I assume hi all all this reminder I'm going to I'm going to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember when when this program was no starting in nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I have a request to fly out to Hollywood and meet some syndicators of of a hot new show they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit in a course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy into the television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno you tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the show works this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean while I skinny black kid probably poor but remember in two quarters to put together a skinny little blind can finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean why I'm I'm looking around he screamed at me he is interpreted my question because I am a conservative he's interpreted my question to say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this is all a great opportunity to learn to this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stopped and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that indeed he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior anything give us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find that the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking and you find out they're just as big as it is anybody else in there just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into M. criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff I do and I just did this this Kim old story in black face I'm I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire Jimmy Kimmel anyway let's see what times we yeah we do let's set time in bar harbor Maine great to have you Sir glad you waited.

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"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Way through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day Jimmy would not writers eight ten years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and this is spend time with the family isn't cheap what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in blackface a number of times during the skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and saw that now has surfaced that this story is that the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political the paper said Jimmy Kimmel is getting out of it starts on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the mansion that was easier how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine oh said twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he college eyes for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've raped done they've sexually abuse them they put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now but what we learn about these people I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea babies you know what I assume I have all this remind me I'm meant to me I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember what when this program was no are the starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to fly out the Hollywood meet some syndicators of a of a hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit and of course this is exciting stuff is a big big stop so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy Intel television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the shell work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean what are skinny black kid probably before but we never had two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he's screaming at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this was all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stop and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows it and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he he I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior in a invention called apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer but I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking and you find out they're just as big as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff they do and I just did this this Kim old story in black face I'm I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire Jimmy Kimmel anyway let's see wait times yeah we do let's set Tom in bar harbor Maine great to have you Sir glad you waited.

Jimmy
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea of the ABC knowing I assume all all this reminder I'm meant to me I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember what when this program was no starting in nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to fly out to Hollywood and meet some syndicators of a of a hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit and of course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy Intel television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask bro tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the shell work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean one loss skinny black kid probably before but we've never had two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he's screaming at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this was all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stopped and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows that and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior and they gave us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking and you find out they're just as big as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all got a pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff they do and I just did this this Kim old story in black face I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire Jimmy Kimmel anyway let's see what time so yeah we do let's set Tom in bar harbor Maine great to have you sure glad you waited hi my rusty my thoughts and prayers are with you I have a couple open line Friday questions for you okay I think for a long time I was home eating a tuna sandwich and decided to call your number I got through and I was wondering do you eat lunch during this twelve to three time that's that's the small question but the more important one if you would answer it is about twenty years ago you suggested to us all in one of the great nuggets of advice that you get when you are looking to get something you know argue something from your life to your suggestion was to argue the inverse of it I'm just wondering if you could continue to guide us on that subject okay the first question do I eat lunch during that no idea I don't that that would be that would be your response will be unprofessional and it would be impossible that is a lead it would lead to belching and any number of things that would not be cool would not be going to so now I I would even try it I wouldn't even I wouldn't even think that I mean I don't even that that most I you know I might at the top of the hour go in and have a couple bites of a protein bar now but but now now the other of the advice the you have to refresh my memory here give me more you said that I was giving advice to men to argue the opposite of what they want when either arguing with her talking with their wives talking with yeah to argue the inverse of it tries to achieve getting what you actually want now I at the time that you gave that advice was you know twenty or twenty five years younger and I was very cautious about doing it that was I was I was tentative about doing it I'm just wondering you know having that with certain amount of success with that technique what your thoughts are trying to imagine an example of it like acting for example like you used in your case should be copping in my case I might be going on a bike ride acting like I don't want to go on a bike ride in order for her to insist that I do all well yeah yeah I'm twenty five years older now I have had twenty five years additional experience since then and you know I've found the answer to the questions find somebody to be honest with but if you're not with somebody you can be honest with if you're with somebody by the way this is true if you're with somebody with whom you cannot be honest and do not doubt me that situation is a stunning reality far more than you might even think there are some people both sides of the aisle this is not just a strictly female or male thing there's some people you just can't be honest with you just can't you are not expected to be so if you can't find somebody to be honest with then you do have to learn the manipulative tricks that will enable you to be able to do what you want without sneaking around and without any guilt attached to it and the only way that can happen is by having her in this case urge you to do it or give you the okay to do it or acknowledge that it would be okay for you to do it now if the way they do that is to act like you don't want to do it that might help with that man okay here's how happy it's it's let's say it's Thursday and you get home and you've you've you've put up and they get a bad mood yet a rotten load she says what's wrong with you are these guys want to play you guys call me want to play.

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"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years old so like that twenty five I don't know I guess you don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello Sir twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he did apologize for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've waived dumb they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now the it's amazing what we've learned about these people I I don't I don't know if A. B. C. news the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines or not I have no idea babies you know what I assume hi all all this reminder I'm not dumb I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember when when this program was no our starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people can I have a request to fly out to Hollywood and meet some syndicators of a hot new show they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit in a course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while non of that big big big big big guy into the television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here is an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the shell work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean why hi skinny black kid probably poor but remember in two quarters to put together a skinny little blood can finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean why I'm I'm looking around he's screaming at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this is all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stopped and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term that he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior in a give us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking can you find out they're just as been given as anybody else in there just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into M. criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff they do and I just did this this Kim old story in black face I'm I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire Jimmy Kimmel anyway let's see what time so yeah we do let's set Tom in bar harbor Maine great to have you Sir glad you waited hi Mara she my thoughts and prayers are with you I have a couple open line Friday questions Fauria okay thing for a long time I I was home eating a tuna sandwich and decided to call your number I got through and I was wondering do you eat lunch during this twelve to three time that's that's the small question but the more important one if you would answer it is but twenty years ago you suggested to us all in one of the great nuggets of advice that you get when you are looking to get something you know argue something from your life to your suggestion was to argue the inverse of it now I'm just wondering if you could continue to guide us on that subject okay the first question do I eat lunch during have no idea I don't that that would be that would be your response will be unprofessional and it would be impossible to lead it would lead to belching and any number of things that would not be cool would not be going to so no I I would even try it I wouldn't even I wouldn't even think that I mean I don't even that that most I you know I might at the top.

Brian
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Seen where Jimmy Kimmel is taking the summer off we can take a leave of absence July sixth all way through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day Jimmy would not writers eight ten years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and in time for the family as a G. what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in blackface a number of times during skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and so that now has surfaced that this story is that the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political paper said Jimmy Kimmel is getting a really good head start on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello sep twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he did apologize for it didn't need didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've wiped them they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now the it's amazing what we've learned about these people I I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea of A. B. C. no one I assume hi all all this reminder I'm meant them I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember what when this program was no our starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Avar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to fly out the Hollywood meet some syndicators of a of a hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would flip and of course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy into the television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is that the show worked this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean what are skinny black kid probably before but we've never had two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he's screaming at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this was all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stop and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows that and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he'd he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior and if it give us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the the the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking can you find out they're just as big as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff I do and I just this does Kimmel story in black face I'm I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire Jimmy Kimmel anyway let's see what times yeah we do let's set Tom in bar harbor Maine great to have you Sir glad you waited hi my rusty my thoughts and prayers are with you I have a couple open line Friday questions for you okay I think for a long time I was home eating a tuna sandwich and decided to call your number I got through and I was wondering do you eat lunch during this twelve to three time that's that's the small question but the more important one if you would answer it is about twenty years ago you suggested to us all in one of the great nuggets of advice that you get when you are looking to get something you know argue something from your life to your suggestion was to argue the inverse of it now I'm just wondering if you could continue to guide us on that subject okay the first question do I eat lunch during that no idea I don't that that would be that would be your response will be unprofessional and it would be impossible that is a lead it would lead to belching and in a number of things that would not be cool would not be going to so no I I would even try it I wouldn't even I wouldn't even think that I mean I don't even that that most I you know I might at the top of.

Jimmy Kimmel
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is taking the summer off you can take a leave of absence July sixth all way through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day Jimmy would not writers eighteen years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with them trump ruining everything a lot of pressure off there and it's been time for the family isn't she what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel usually call someone call a man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other night and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in blackface a number of times during skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do what in blackface Karl Malone is African American and so that's now has surfaced that the stories at the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political paper to Jimmy Kimmel is getting a it starts on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long was the man children you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello sep twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Ellen didn't didn't he get away with it or did he Pala Josh for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've wiped down they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hello the sitting governor Virginia rest up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that be rats now the it is amazing what we learn about these people I I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea babies you know what I assume I have all this reminder I'm going to I'm going to tell this little story some days ago that slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember what when this program is no our starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to find out the Hollywood meet some syndicators of of a hot new show they had a plan for that they want to see if I would fit in a course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is pronounced members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy th Intel television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here is an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask bro to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why his official work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean one skinny black kid probably before but we never do quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he's screaming at me his interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking one guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this is all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stuff and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows that and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term that he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior in a eventually called apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking did you find out they're just as big as anybody else in there just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all got a pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff I do and I just did this this Kimmel story in black face I thought the original version story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in.

Jimmy
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Take a leave of absence July sixth all way through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day Jimmy would not writers eight ten years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and this is spend time with the family as the G. what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in black face on the number of times during the skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and so that now has surfaced that this story is that the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political paper said Jimmy Kimmel is getting out of it starts on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello said to twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he all the giants for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've wiped down they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF knob what we learn about these people I I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea of ABC knowing I assume hi all all this reminder I'm not dumb I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember what when this program was no starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to fly out the Hollywood meet some syndicators of a of a hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit and of course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy Intel television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the shell work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean while I skinny black kid probably before but we've never had two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he screamed at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this is all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term that he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior in a give us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking and you find out they're just as bigoted as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff I do and I just this this Kim old story in black face I'm I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire Jimmy Kimmel anyway let's see wait times yeah we do let's suck Tom in bar harbor Maine great to have you Sir glad you waited hi Mara she my thoughts and prayers are with you I have a couple open line Friday questions for you okay I think for a long time I I was home eating a tuna sandwich and decided to call your number I got through and I was wondering do you eat lunch during this twelve to three time that's that's the small question but the more important one if you are with answer it is about twenty years ago you suggested to us all in one of the great nuggets of advice that you give when you are looking to get something you know argue something from your life to your suggestion was to argue the.

Jimmy
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day in Germany with no writers eighteen years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and this time of the family isn't she what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in black face number of times during skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and saw that now has surfaced that this story is that the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political paper said Jimmy Kimmel is getting out of looking ahead start somebody are upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello sep twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but one didn't didn't he got away with it or did he apologize for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've waived they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now the it's amazing what we've learned about these people I I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea of ABC knowing I assume all all this reminder I'm not them I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember what when this program was no our starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to fly out to Hollywood and meet some syndicators of of a hot new show they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit in a course this is exciting stuff is a big big stop so why I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while none of the big big big big big guy Intel television so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why does the show work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean one skinny black kid probably poor probably never into quarters to put together a string of blood can finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean why I'm I'm looking around he screamed at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this is all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stopped and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he he I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling aspect that's the term that he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior I think it give us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking can you find out they're just as bigoted as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff I do and I just did this this Kim old story of black face I'm I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire Jimmy Kimmel anyway let's see what times we yeah we do let's suck Tom in bar harbor Maine great to have you Sir glad you waited.

Germany Jimmy
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day Jimmy would not writers eighteen years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and this is ten times the family isn't she what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in black face number of times during skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and saw that now has surfaced that this story is that the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political paper said Jimmy Kimmel is getting a it starts on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello said to twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he do Pala Zhai's foreign didn't need didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've wiped them they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF notebook it's amazing what we've learned about these people I I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea babies you know what I assume I have all this reminder I'm meant them I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember when when this program was no our starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to fly out the Hollywood meet some syndicators of of hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit and of course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy into the television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is that the show worked this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean one skinny black kid probably before but we've never had two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he's screaming at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this is all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stop and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows that and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior and they gave us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking can you find out they're just as bigoted as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all got a pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff they do.

Jimmy
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Seen where Jimmy Kimmel is taking the summer off again take a leave of absence July sixth all way through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day Jimmy would not writers eighteen years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with a trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and it's been time for the family as a cheat what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel usually call someone call a man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in blackface number of times during skits he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and so that now has surfaced that this story is that the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political the paper said Jimmy Kimmel is getting as it starts on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello said to twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black face so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he did apologize for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've waived they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now but what we learn about these people well I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea of ABC knowing I assume I have all this reminder I'm meant them I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember what when this program was no starting in nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to flout the Hollywood meet some syndicators of of a hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit in a course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy with into the television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here as an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the shell work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean what are skinny black kid probably before but we've never had two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he screamed at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question to say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this was all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stopped and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows that and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he he I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior and if it give us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking can you find out they're just as big as anybody else in there just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff they do.

Jimmy Kimmel
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Million mu in Tulsa Oklahoma protesters and supporters thirty six rallies ahead of tomorrow's rally the president's first since coronavirus closures Tulsa's mayor declaring a civil emergency and announcing a ten PM curfew tonight near the arena with fears of protests potentially could get out of hand fox's Harris Faulkner the president tweeting to protesters these understand you will not be treated like you have been in New York Seattle and Minneapolis it will be a much different scene boxes mark Meredith and the lord of the rings star has died at eighty eight I thought I took it home the actor that brought to life Bilbo Baggins in lord of the rings is died died in London at the age of eighty eight due to issues related to Parkinson's disease in addition to his role in the Peter Jackson's trilogy the actor had frequent roles in science fiction and fantasy genre movies W. no America's listening to coming up on the Monday edition of justice Andrew all the big stories over the weekend started with Sam style five six twenty we'll chat with this correspondent either Langer and break down all the recent Scotus rulings with lawyer extraordinaire Jeff o'brien plus chat which is Lewis says injure eleven local sixty nine Twin Cities news talk have you seen where Jimmy Kimmel is taking the summer off we can take a leave of absence July sixth all way through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eight ten years try thirty two Jimmy eight ten years try three hours a day Jimmy would not writers eight ten years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and just in time for the family as a G. what a fine on something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in blackface a number of times during skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and so that now has surfaced this story is that the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political paper Jimmy Kimmel is getting a it starts on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the manager that was here how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello said twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he did Pala Zhai's for it didn't they didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've wiped them they've sexually abuse them that put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process held a sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now but it's amazing what we've learned about these people I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea of the ABC knowing I assume I saw this reminder I'm meant them I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember when when this program was no starting in nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request to flout the Hollywood meet some syndicators of of a hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit in a course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy Intel television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here is an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the shell work this guy this guy good up from the table what do you mean what are skinny black kid probably before but we've never had two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he's screaming at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this was all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stopped and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows that and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior and they gave us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer but I originally wanted but the the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking can you find out they're just as bigoted as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all got a pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff I do and I just this does Kim old story in black face I'm I thought the original version the story was true a lot of pressure out there nightly TV show need a break eighteen years I can understand a break then we find out that there's a black face controversy in the repertoire.

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"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Absence July sixth all way through September I saw that before I knew why and I said well it must be nice yeah pressure too much pressure eighteen years try thirty two Jimmy eighteen years try three hours a day Jimmy with no writers eight ten years and he's got to take the summer off because well he's healthy if I did nothing wrong just just so a lot of pressure out there with a corona virus a lot of pressure out there with a trump ruining everything a lot of pressure out there and just in time for the family as a G. what I find out something like that well it turns out it turns out Hey Jimmy Kimmel used to be called something called the man show on Comedy Central was that with what was Adam corolla the other all right and during the lifespan of that show Jimmy Kimmel appeared in blackface number of times news during skips he was portraying NBA player Karl Malone and he would do it in blackface Karl Malone is African American and saw that now has surfaced that the stories of the hill dot com not not variety not the Hollywood reporters in the hill dot com a Washington political paper said Jimmy Kimmel is getting a head start on the upcoming controversy of him in black faces a host of the mansion that was easier how long ago was a man show Brian you're still wearing diapers right well it's it's at least twenty years also like that twenty five I don't know I guess I don't find it it was it was fresh with with with Comedy Central ninety nine hello said to twenty twenty one years ago started okay so it's actually a I guess it's an attempt to get a head start on the controversy of getting caught black bass so yeah but but Alan didn't didn't he get away with it or did he did apologize for it didn't didn't have to stop doing a show for a while isn't it amazing fox all of these holier than thou clean and pure as the wind driven snow all Hollywood liberals isn't it fascinating when we learn what they've done they have mistreated women they've beat them up they've waived they've sexually abuse them they put him on the casting couch they've dressed up in blackface they've made fun of African Americans in the process hell the sitting governor Virginia dressed up in blackface when he was in medical school and he's still a sitting governor of Virginia that B. RAF now the it's amazing what we've learned about these people I don't I don't know if A. B. C. nor the Jimmy Kimmel done blackface routines are not I have no idea babies you know what I assume hi all all this reminder I'm not dumb I meant to tell this little story some days ago and it slipped my mind because in the past ten days I've had about eighty seventy five percent of my mind here every day remember when when this program was no our starting nineteen eighty eight first four years nineteen ninety two whenever anything is new and it's big and it's growing it captures the attention Alvar everybody in media including Hollywood TV people and I had a request the fly out the Hollywood meet some syndicators of of a hot new show that they had a plan for that they wanted to see if I would fit in a course this is exciting stuff is a big big stuff so I I went out and did it and I met with one of the producers first name is Bruno not members last name he was while not a big big big big big big guy Intel television business so we're we're at lunch one day at a famous famous place in LA which I also don't remember now and I thought that I would take the occasion here is an opportunity to learn some things so at the time the Arsenio hall show why is kicking but it was it was the talk of the town can I ask Bruno to tell me why what is it about that show that works this is All I Want to know from a broadcast and and an entertainment executive why is it the shell work this guy this guy stood up from the table what do you mean while I skinny black kid probably poor but remember in two quarters to put together a skinny little blood did finally get the chance to work in Hollywood what what do you mean one I'm I'm looking around he screamed at me he is interpreted my question because I'm a conservative he's interpreted my question the say something entirely other than what he thought I was asking why in the hell is that guy have a job that's what he thought I meant I was asking why does the show work to me this was all a great opportunity to learn this guy he went on a rant for two to three minutes about the disadvantaged African Americans and how they've never had a break in life and they've always been slaves and I've always had to do step and fetch it stuff and this guy Arsenio hall he's broken out for that reason it shows that and about an hour later no no it was a few days later he called me and apologized because he he V. I'm I'm forgetting the term that indeed he was it's not virtue signaling that's the that's the term today he had a he had a preconceived prejudice or bias about me and that question just triggered behavior in a give us a call and apologized and and and said that he felt bad about the way he reacted to the question and then gave me the answer that I originally wanted but the point about this is here you have all these Hollywood people who are clean pure as the wind driven snow and they've never done anything wrong and they have all of the proper opinions no bias no prejudice there's no reason there's no bigotry there's no homophobia among them and then you find out the things they've done when nobody's looking or in the case of the man show when a lot of people were looking can you find out they're just as bigoted as anybody else and they're just as racist as anybody else and they're just as homophobic as anybody else but somehow they all gonna pass and the way they get a pass is ripping into and criticizing and trying to destroy us that that gives them a pass that gives them permission to do the other stuff they do and I just.

Jimmy
"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Requiring medicine to maintain their blood pressure and are on ventilators in a reference to a lot of fun I was on call last Sunday I had a gentleman who had been in the I. Q. for several days with severe because of it nineteen miles mon yeah we had exhausted all of our resources and abilities to try to maintain that oxygenation adequately and we couldn't do it and we also we had to fight him on what's called ECMO which is essentially heart lung bypass the last step before being that I'm in without that beat that patient would have died that night so it patients are still very sick it is still very severe as Dodgers route he said the manifestations of the disease continues to surprise that I will say our ability to to battle the disease at dot batteries we get smarter and and are able to share information but just because the curve is quote unquote flattened I would want the public to know that this disease is still very severe and it will still kill you and I need to be on the mind of everyone as we start to considering exposing ourselves as they stated and I know opened at work I miss V. eight okay was that doctor Miller doctor Jackson talking about start start out doctor Miller that that that that's all right god so so doctor Jackson what about you so and just pull disclosure because I'm concerned about this and then I had clots in my lungs a couple of years ago and and have had them a second time in a ledger every time I go to a doctor they pulled my skin that they tell me I should be dead and and did I know how lucky I was to be alive so I would I would put myself in in a risk category my wife has lung cancer so I know she's in a risk category and we hear the stories nailed the massively the people are impacted the most people with pre existing conditions but what about the people who who don't eat is there any do we see any pattern among the people who were seriously impacted even though they don't have a pre existing condition so yeah great question error obviously I hate to hear about what you're missing both with you and your wife and I wish you guys beating and killing with that said certainly both symptomatic people and people with weakened pre conditions such as hypertension diabetes the local mobility certainly increase your risk of having both the lead as well as having a negative or bad outcome associated with the disease in fact when we started looking at a lot of the data that came out initially from China solid individuals who were most at risk included those who are obese have hypertension and diabetes other risk factors that we were concerned about was only those who have underlying chronic lung disease such as COPD and asthma as well as those who had a hypothetical state or history of blood clots is an interesting over the last week and this is an ever evolving process that we start to learn in fact asthmatic patients have not been impacted as much as we want cruise we thought they were what has been knew about this is the impact of the disease is having on what we call our coagulation system which is what calls you to develop a blood clot normally if you cut yourself or you have a bleeding episode your body will stop we can be visually because you're quite relations system will call to form a clot lysis of scab xterra but sometimes that system can become deranged out of order and you can actually go into overdrive in calls more clocks is ongoing theory hypothesis as well as research into whether or not the virus itself actually impacts the blood or more specifically is what we call hemoglobin apathy impacting the blood sales that I can do a couple things one is obvious you drive down the oxygen levels and that's the experience that I think most of us being globally across the globe is that a lot of these patients will have tremendously low oxygen levels but despite that and then when I actually low I'm talking dangerously low where we often see these individuals there near deaths per se but these are scenarios which has been battling for position to fight is across the globe okay we're seeing these levels so long to get people on the phone or checking Facebook the talking to the friends are having the remote control of their hand in the hospital so we think that there's certainly some impacted the virus has all the blood not only terms of the bid to carry oxygen but also increases the risk of forming clots most recently seen ongoing data that suggests that beast this increased risk of class which formed Newman Michael Klatt that may not necessarily be detectable by a scandal radiographic X. ray X. cetera a past accomplishment is potentially current so one of the things that we've added to our treatment I'll go with them and and paradigms that we're also trying to ensure that we're giving these individuals blood thinning medication to reduce their risk of developing a clock okay so dark Jay Z. I'm I'm fascinated by this because what when when everyone knew that I had a problem of the myself I thought was allergies I would I would walk and I'm a very fast Walker bite by nature and I could not walk I mean I I could walk ten feet without have to stop and catch my breath and my wife forced me to go to a cardiologists to force me to go to the the get a C. T. at which point they strap me down what let me move wish me into a cardiac ICU unit with these clutch it in my blood my blood oxygen level was about eighty five percent there and in falling in so I'm I've been fascinated to hear these people who have such a low blood oxygen and yet you would never know what they're I I mean I could barely lift my my phone and carry on a conversation it at seventy five eighty percent all at absolutely and again that's what's been of course new and novel with this particular virus and what's also been baffling scientists and physicians across the globe how is it that these individuals can have levels as low as eighty five if you talk about but even more and I'm talking low I'm talking eighty seventy five percent and they appear to have absolutely no symptoms yet they're on oxygen supplementation it'll certainly we think that of course the viruses like the calls and some impact we have yet to clearly understand as it relates to the blood cells which carry oxygen in the blood hello ongoing research related to that but certainly I think in the initial phase our goal was to provide that supplement oxygen as well as what we call support here things that are necessary to try to keep you a stable as possible one of the things I know we have initially dipped into treatment per se but we like to speak to the general public can understand as of today there's still no definitive therapy no definitive treatment that has been proven without a shadow of doubt to actually help coronavirus there multiple things were actually using current state and a lot of people heard about hydroxyzine or queen of Cortland title to look the other term that is often used but ongoing data shows that that has not been as helpful as we once thought it was so currently a lot of the things that are happening in some of the medications that may be presented a proposed by your respective positions they're what we call off label use first and foremost we give supportive care second we may do some alt label use but as we continue to learn more about the disease and the only way we can continue to learn is to be the mechanism of clinical trials so clinical trials will start to be present at all across the country including within a lot of the healthcare system here in metropolitan Atlanta as well throughout the state of Georgia so I would strongly advise our general population journal public that if unfortunate resort they worked a half corona virus and they will put in a position where you an awfully would use medication or even a clinical trial is presented to them to please please please consider that because that's the only way we continue to learn how we can best buy can combat the okay it now I I am going to pause the conversation for a minute so we go to the bottom of the hour newscast when we come back I want to talk to you guys about a re opening the cautions the data how you read the data how the public should read the data we're also going to talk to other states kicker Patrick as she had covert nineteen if you will recall there was the session of the state Senate where they they voted to give the governor merchants you powers and there were some there who were positive and it relies a kicker Patrick got the virus and I want to talk to her and someone who had it what she thinks about the virus what it was like to have the virus the testing procedures and all that from someone who actually experience that is the public with.

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Because it's editor leading or do you do what everybody else does create Should vote on the wall and see what sticks which what I see happening everywhere why are we adding signing on forty when my time it is Tuesday October eighth thank you for joining us menace to society the National College football show and more really excited about this episode there was a huge huge weekend in college football some big time games and I hope you check out the menace West show where we detailed Ohio states big win over Michigan State the Michigan Iowa debacle if you want to call it that but we really WanNa look today at the game of the week this past weekend Ha Auburn Florida I had to be so we're going to have some analysis into that shortly on the show but I wanNA start with a little current events couple the things that are in the news and caught my eye that I wanted to talk about an address and the first thing which is outrageous was IDC has really gained nationals. team was a letter that a I guess an alumnus of Penn State wrote to one of the players and it's clearly an old white gentleman has I mean Dave Peterson is his name I don't know who he is or or what his background is but he wrote a letter to one of the players and said basically detailed my wife and I are proud graduates Penn state we follow all Penn State Sports we love it all blah blah blah and then he this paragraph I'm GonNa read right now is unbelievable that this is even prevalent in society today he said through the though the athletes of today are certainly superior to those in my days we miss the clean cut young men and women from those days watching the game on TV we couldn't help but notice four well awful hair surely there must be mirrors in the locker room don't you have parents or girlfriend who told you that shoulder length dreadlocks look disgusting and are certainly not attractive I was in awe when I read this because for I mean a litany of reasons but I think the accountability in today's social media world and we need to find this guy he needs he needs to answer his actions because I saw it when I was a coach players will get these letters even coaches we get letters sometimes threatening sometimes racist like that and it's there's no place for it in society there's no place for sports and there's no place for people to sit side and let it occur because short dreadlocks can look phenomenally clean and very attractive and very handsome I've seen it several times and they just like any anyone of any race can look sloppy with any hairdo it's ridiculous and it needs to be said and talked about because just moving on is not the listen because it needs to be addressed and it's wrong and if you have those feelings you need to look in the mirror because you are wrong that that is prejudice that is that is racist and it's not right I just wanted to bring it up because it kind of got a handshake in my blood boiling and that's just there's no place for that in any in any venue or in any topic it's there's no place for it it's it's hatred and it's bigot bigotry it's almost as if he's implying that we need to get back to the Penn state of told that the penn state we all loved the Penn State that covered up for child molestation and what are we talking about here because the guy had dreadlocks it's like it's embarrassing you as an alumni shut up I mean that is the most outrageous take I've ever heard and then he went on to talk about they can't even watch the NFL anymore because of tattoos and endzone antics and it's like those are the fans that are that are on their way out and those are not the future of the game so no you don't WanNa spend which energy on it because it's clearly just a delusional old racist human being it's just let let's move forward it's kind of like people that listen to the show and we're like I could do without the languages Like I don't care if you're going to have to deal with it the reality of the world we live in so get over it or don't listen get over the dreads or don't watch football on go look in the mirror and sit on your Jn sit in a rocking chair and smoke your pipe enough enough enough get out get out but I wanted to address it the other thing current events look at the right now Florida State is in shambles and I don't know if anyone is paid attention probably not other than Florida state fans to the absolute dissension of the staff right now between Kendall brawls and Willie Taggart in interviews it's it's they're they're basically throwing each other under the bus silly Willy Nilly tag about play call he said I don't know I'm not office coordinator and then they they asked recently after this last game they ask Kendall brawls said what tell us about the two quarterback system and he said you're GonNa have to ask coach Taggart he just he puts whoever he wants in and and both are efficient to run run the offense applete hands up don't hold me accountable look at that guy and it's it's insane I mean there's obviously no chance for success in this program here's the problem that I looked at it and I wanted to talk about kind of coaching contracts and how they work the problem Florida state has right now is that Willie Taggart has an eighty five percent guaranteed contracts and they they gave him I mean he has four years remaining on a five million dollar a year deal that means to fire him they would have to write a check for seven eighteen million dollars and the reality is not going to do that they're going to bite the bullet and take this for another year or two probably until or they're going to try to find cause find a way to to find a reason to fire him and that's a dangerous dangerous situation to be in when they're looking for a reason to breach contract and find cause are you that is a dangerous place in better on dot and his I's crossing his t's he'd better be on his game because they will fire him at the Mir sent of 'cause breaking the contract and it's it's really crazy now the other contract that I was floored to find out about a couple of people told me about got it and I don't know if anyone paid attention to randy edsels contract but it's really an unheard of contract and he for example it is it is an incentive base contract almost entirely I mean he makes like one million dollars a year something extremely low for for a big time head coach uh-huh towards the bottom I would say of hide coaches salaries but his agent built all as an incentive based contract and it's funny because on October twenty seven breath it was last year you can't loss to umass twenty two to seventeen and earned edsel an eight thousand dollar bonus to these incentives so he got a bonus for losing to Umass just think about that and so I wanted to look at some of these bizarre incentives one is if if his teams Scores I at any given game so they can feel on the first drive and then lose sixty one two three that's a two thousand dollar bonus for ransom if they're leading at halftime another two thousand dollar bonus and then they have a litany of categories where if they are leading the if they beat the opponent in a number of a number of times is in the red zone if they go to the red zone more times than the opponent even if they never score and get beat by one hundred he gets another two thousand dollar bonus and the same goes for defense let's say points per tackles for loss if they have more tackles for loss or sex then the opponent that's another two thousand bonus and it just made me think if all of this all of his contract is incentive based where does that put his loyalties to winning a game because ultimately if you're trying to thousand is if you have more sex than the other team you're going to your corner blitz blitz every play blitz I mean even if it's not the best thing to do blitz you're gonNA blitz because you need to get those sacks you want those tackles for loss you want to make that four grand on that game and the outcome becomes secondary to financial gain bazaar and then there's all kinds of ten thousand dollars if if they rank in the top six and a four punt coverage or kick return yardage punt return yardage and this is just it's bizarre because it creates this this concern that he might he might make some decisions with financial gain in mind that aren't the best for his team and it's just crazy I never heard of anything like that no one really has it's one of a kind the contract he has and the coordinators actually both have the same contract relations so it's it's scary and things like that happen those incentive based contracts and czar things happen because it can become more of a trend it's like randy edsall did it so I want that it's just something to keep an eye on but coaches contracts fascinating if you ever look at them how they're structured how their work the buyouts all of that because I think back to Kevin Wilson Kevin a fire in Indiana basically for free because the contract was so so jacked up that they fired him without cause and he basically didn't get any money out of it and he's just out it was like sorry your contract sucked and that's the end of it but anyways enough about Kinda random topics let's let's talk about the game of the Week Auburn at Florida who top tanner's the one thing I will say from the people that I know that were there and just from Washington on TV. The swamp was swamped. it looked good it was rocking you love to see it I mean you do though I mean ultimately that was Florida was when I was there yeah and the sad thing is and it's GonNa come back now because Dan Mullen is killing it and it's going to come back because when urban was there that was just played we played sittard l. one time and it was rocking through the third quarter it's just what the swamp is no not anymore we'll must champ snuff out but man the swamp was rocking and I will that that's my first point my second point is stop it everyone in the country stop it right now stop it to two reasons one auburn is not a nationally relevant team and I've said it all year I said it after they beat Oregon I'll say it continuously when they end up with four losses stop it stop trying to inflate this team to make Alabama Lsu look better stop it now I don't think they will I don't know they're not going to stop well they show it doesn't matter but people that you're listening eighty seventy five percent or thank you Jesus not to I'm sorry Jesus Christ as my savior Florida had seven turnovers said four fumbles three intersect options and they won nineteen to twelve so auburn is out stop trying to keep them relevant for quality wins for other SEC teams they are out are you going to if you turn the ball over seven times and lose a game you are awed an average team and I'm giving you a gift at calling you lose three two or three they'll lose to Fisher but more story here is Auburn is not even I mean they should be ah they should be ranked like twenty three.

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"eighty seventy five percent" Discussed on Analog Out

"Next on the list of things. We've got persona five announcements. We were really excited about this one we're getting a persona game this witch guys. It's coming. Persona is coming to the switch in the form of what is it called persona five scramble? Yes, it is a dynasty warriors game her Her a. a. I didn't think it was possible. My to me, my worst fear was that it was going to be a persona fighting game. I didn't think it was possible for them to announce a game that would be less interested in the fighting game but they pulled it off. They through the hill Mary, and they managed to disappoint me. Personal personify Royal persona five Royal, I'm thinking it's gonna be fun to play because I'm gonna play it because it is, it's the, you know, version, like percent, four golden, and anyone who's played those games. We'll tell you you. Absolutely. Just can't go back after you play the next one looks like they're adding some new characters. They're adding a new party member and a few new confidence. And it looks like they're give they're giving more Ghana. I human form. Oh, really? Yeah. Like they did with teddy, and they're adding in the very much wanted final season in the in the school that they skipped over that I was really upset about that really screwed me in the game because I like had all my confidence like. At highway level, but I didn't finish them off yet. And I'm like I pointing at time so I, I didn't get to see the end of like any of the storm all boy. Yeah. Because I'm like, all right, while my confidence level eight and I got all this time left. It's you know because you leave at the end of the school year, and it was like December. And I'm like, oh, I'm go-. I'm good to go and then it skips to the end. Yeah. And you don't get to do anything. So they're adding that and that was added in, in golden that wasn't originally, that like huge stretch of time where you have to just do the wife sim stuff that was added that wasn't originally in there. I kind of wish that they would release it as like a deal. See patch. Well you could just pie it for like twenty bucks. Well, it's so soon. Yeah. Yeah. I'm on the game. Well, not so soon, but I mean, it'd be like, three years. Yeah. But still, it's kind of annoying to pay sixty dollars for like eighty seventy five percent the same game but I'll do it. I will do that. And so are you gonna buy scramble? No. Have you ever played any these games at all like Hira warriors or anything like that? I played when the PS p came out it like launched with, like a dynasty warriors game. And I was just so excited to have my PS p. But I don't know if you're married, there wasn't that much that many games originally watch? Now, I, I remember some person at school showing there's off mostly had you MD videos. Yeah. It was it was just like they had a couple of really good games. The standout games for me were luminous and wipeout. That's what it launched with. But either either the launch or the launch window it came out with dynasty warriors game in like the graphics looked great. And I never played one I'm like, well, this looks cool. I like like samurai stuff and action games. And I just didn't know any better. I didn't know what it was. And I got him like sucks. I hate those games. They are the. The epitome of repetitive. They're just hack and slash like on a just a dumb whoever. You know it's not it's not like Hackensack game like near or, or devil may cry or whatever. There's some nuance to it. And you could pull off like all these neat combos and stuff. It's just mindless hacking at, you know, hundreds of enemies hordes of them at a time. It it, it just it has. No it has. Absolutely no draw to me at all. It's on the level when I look at those games, they're on the level of like a mobile game. I don't agree with that. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm really confused at the level of popularity that they have. I guess I, I don't know especially you mentioned earlier there really popular in Japan. And it makes that makes no sense to me. Because the Japan is known for liking more nuanced game. Yeah. Than the west so. Yeah, it's a weird. It was weird announcement. It is coming to switch. It looks like it'll be perfect for the switch. So believe it or not. It actually does it you know, I don't know if I ever told you, but it looks like it'll be perfect for the switch and. They did not announce persona five for switch. Which is I wonder if they just don't want to do it, like, whether it be the, the manpower, the cost whatever the time I wonder if they just don't want to do it. And part of the agreement of having joke around smash is that you have to bring a persona game to the system. And they were just like all right. Well, we got this dumb like spin off game. And that is in. I wonder if that's like to them, like, all right. We've met your requirements run the system. Yeah. I wonder if that's how it went down because everyone's like, whoa, obviously joker, obviously, persona fives come into the switch because now you know, the, the joker announcement, I mash brothers all but guarantees that he's that it's coming. I mean, I've even talked people who are like, I, I think the whole persona series is gonna come on twitch now because of the level. Oh, yeah, definitely has got to be the. Oh, yeah. The, the skies will open up and all from the heavens will descend a single switch cart with every persona came on it. And it will only costs nineteen ninety nine. Well, immediately, I was part of that group people who said like it's gotta come to this. Oh, yeah, I've thought for sure it was especially persona five s come up. I, but I, I wanna say, I might just be imagining this, but a little while ago, I, I want, I want to say that they flat out like a developer or someone from Alice's. It's like no, it's not coming to the switch. I told you this. Yeah. We, we talked to be covered it. But, you know, you can't you can't take these words we thought it was just PR bull. Yeah. And it wasn't. They, they told us right to our faces. Well, still act surprise, there's no way they're going to release his fighting game and then. Right. And then like released persona five alongside. It's not happening. So maybe. Maybe they'll announce it at he three maybe it's not. Okay. And it never say, never it's very possible. There's a lot of things that are coming just switched on. I never thought would ever happen, but it's. Yeah. So personas on the switch baby knocking to play this game. I don't dislike him as much as Pat does. I like the summer and Kagera games. And those are basically the same thing. See I don't play those of that. Yeah. I like him. I play the spin offs. I play all the spinoff games. But I. Yeah. I don't I don't like those types of games I understand there they, they repetitive and they do get boring after a while. But even Senator and Kagera is to me. Seems like it's a better like a more fleshed out game than these ones. Maybe like these ones are just horde wave. Wave based games. And like Senator Kagera you're actually like moving through wells and stuff and people like him because they are just pure fan service on that. I, I do see the appeal there there, there's actually been times from, like, man..

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