21 Burst results for "Elman"

"elman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"elman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Somewhat inevitable and that if bitcoin is a hedge against that and You know bond yields. How do they plan to that while as you said earlier. Peter on yields are a reflection of what the market with arch expects in terms of inflation. Down the road and so you know if all of this money creation were to in fact lead to inflation or or the expectation of it that would manifest in bond yields a not what happened in in very a very small fashioned earlier this year. So greg the big question really is based on this information and understanding of yields and inflation. What do you see happening right now. All of the big risks and kind of what you see happening over the next decade. Because i feel like a crunches coming. I don't know when. I don't know how i feel like it's unavoidable. Because the stimulus packages keep coming. They seem to be getting bigger. And i just feel i. I mean. I don't know what to expect by certainly fearful of what is coming. Yeah it's a you know i i. I guess i would preface my answer just by saying you know again that this is a totally unprecedented time. never before returning economy off and turned back on again And i think one of the results of that is that we are getting signals right now. In the data that are really hard to interpret. It's kind of incredible. The extent to which the financial and economic community is missing on some of these numbers You know like two months ago. The general consensus was that we're going to get a million jobs. We've got two hundred and fifty thousand You know the general consensus on on. Cpi was that. We're going to see a small bump. We got a much bigger bump. So you know. I think that that we're rat right now. We really do just have to have some intellectual humility and recognize that the models that we used to use to predict these things. Don't necessarily work right now and that it's just really hard to see kind of through the noise and understand where we're going to basically who fucking those who who knows that's that's that's that's where i'm at if i had to give it prediction. My best. guess is that we are going to see inflation in greece. I don't think there's any any.

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"elman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"elman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"You understand the world any better. Well so i. I did economics levels go. But we're talking. Jesus on such an old man now. Twenty twenty twenty four years ago. I finished my levels. I gotta see an economics And i only got pretty should d by cheated at one of the test. So i think i raise my momma bear. But like i started. We had a microcosm microeconomics macroeconomics class And the one thing that i remember from it from speaking to bitcoin is is that we studied changing economics which now apparently only thrown out. The windows will bush ed. I don't remember a lot of it. But when you talk about supply and demand and e won one it makes me. Think of the ray dr leo video. How markets work which is. It's an excellent video but if also since listen to the audio book of economics in one lesson so one of the things. I'm trying to understand with neoclassical economics. Is this free market economics or is this the kind of economics where we have interference from the state because it feels to me that the biggest problem we have with economics now is state interference. Yeah i think you know if and willie you know. Feel free to jump in and here as well. But in if i'm understanding neoclassical economics correctly that that's really the economics of the free market. It's not until later in the economics. Profession the role of the state and managing economic cycles. in in propping up aggregate demand in cases of a recession. It's not until later in the in the history of economics of that comes in. So yeah when you talk about you know when you talk about nucle- comics those models often don't assume a role for government. Yeah that's right. I mean there. You'll paschal economics is is. greg mentioned. Those are kind of the nuts and bolts so to speak of how economy in theory would work a said concepts like supply and demand on the great depression happened. The governmental response under the hoover administration was largely based in neoclassical thinking and was roundly criticized for being inadequate. And that was really the that was really the moment where keynesian economics stopped in and shine. And you know i think. Mainstream economic thinking is that keynesians keynesian economics which prescribes a an active role for the state that that was responsible in large part that in world war two for pulling the us out of the great depression and specifically government acting as a stimulant or stimulator of government. Excuse me of economic activity through spending right. The bitcoin this why told to regularly criticized keynesian economics because the the state interference makes markets less efficient and it creates these artificial Boom and and we seem to be in this hour. We're not allowing a bus to happen and in doing so. We are kicking the can down the road and and eventually going to cnn almighty crash ninety depression. So where are you with that. I'll take the first avenue that what you're describing very much. This is the anti fragile argument rate. This is the Levian anti fragile argument that if you don't let the small wildfires run and clear out the the underbrush that when it finally happens it's going to be far worse. I do think there is some truth to that Promises were not going to know until we know right. I mean it's like. I think the austrians i wanna say kaelin long said something to the effect of australians are wrong until the right and i think that's the challenge is that i think that bitcoin is maybe.

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"elman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"elman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"So greg big important question how fuck we. I mean it's a. It's a willie and i were talking about this before coming on the show. It's a it's a crazy time right now you know. We were listing. The number of ways in which traditional macroeconomic thinking has been thrown out the window in the last ten. And so it's a crazy time and and you know it's it's. It's a hard time to predict what's going to happen. There's a lot of variables. So yeah i. I don't know that. I haven't answers here. I will add that when i'm when i'm in my doomsday. Mode and thinking that the global financial system is on the verge of collapse. I i go to greg for reassurance and usually calms me down lets you have it. Well listen i've got both of you here. I recently did an interview with weinstein. And we them weinstein. And why politics their expert. Eric weinstein we had a quite large section of the interview was discussing inflation and cpi rates and his ideas that we need to challenge these people a lot of stuff in there. I didn't understand. I felt about my normal duty which is a smart person to explain things. I can understand it though. Everyone can stand. I failed that time by did. Have one one question from that. You'll discerning also this greg williams to take a but he kept referring to neoclassical economics. Okay what the hell is that. So what is neoclassical economics. Yeah i'm happy to take the first crack at it and willie jumping as well. In my view. Neoclassical economics is essentially the economics. That you learn in econo one. So this is the class that williams. I sat in together in college. And it's based fundamentally on a series of models. The simplest of those models is supply and demand That you know. A price is reached in a marketplace based on fluctuations in supply and fluctuations in demand. So i think that's the most example of one of those models. But you know the the real challenge with neoclassical economics is that it's taught in the schools. It's you know if you have if you've taken one course in economics that's what you learn but then when you get out into the real world start digging into the data and start seeing seeing how things actually work you find that a lot of these models. Don't hold up in practice you know. There's there's endless examples of that. And i think that's you know it's a shame that that the introduction most people have to economics is is in that fashion and is in a way. That doesn't necessarily help..

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Podcast Episode 017: Moya Bailey www.yndialorickwilmot.com

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Podcast Episode 017: Moya Bailey www.yndialorickwilmot.com

"B esides the fact that i cannot go anywhere. I can't watch or read anything with the critical lance without thinking about or employing. your term misogynoir very fluidly as it is now very much a part of mainstream lexicon and i'm sure you're probably like well so and so also used the term. I can imagine how that must feel. It's an interesting feeling. Actually if i if i may elaborate you know it's one exciting that people find the term useful and then also really disheartening. That it has to be used so much. I'm both excited and also troubled. That makes it a double edge sword. Absolutely. I 've been intrigued by your public scholarship for some time, in the ways y ou've examined intersectional issues of B lackness, gender, and sexuality, queerness, ability and disability in a very accessible way. I'm eager to learn more about your journey and i'm sure my listeners are. so are you ready? all right. Let's get into it. Act 1, call to adventure. M oya as a writer and public scholar there are paths we take, processes w e engage in to get us to where we are today. How did you become interested in doing the work. That's such a great question. I would say it started when i was young. I was a kid that had to go to the doctor a lot. And so i knew that i was going to be a medical doctor. I just knew it. Then i went to Sp elman for undergrad and at S pelman, I fell in love with women's studies and that feel like woke something up in me. And what did it awaken? As a woman studies scholar. I started to think about how ideas and stereotypes about black women circulate in medicine and then have an impact on how black women are treated when they do go to the doctor. Those are very large and robust but important issues to contend with when considering your own career trajectory. i was just trying to think about like if there is a way that representations actually inform societal treatment for Black women. We need a better way to talk about it. And so as i was writing my dissertation in grad school. That's what i was trying to get to with the term misogynoir; w hat is it about h ow black women are treated in medicine t hat is informed by t he s ocietal representations of black women that are so damaging and how does that transfers happened? How did those representations actually then impact what happens in medicine or other societal institutions. It seem like during graduate school particularly while you were writing your dissertation. Those were the moments in which you realize we need lexicon. We need frameworks to understand Black women's experiences. W as there another moment or experience at this time t hat informed your work? I was thinking about this as a grad

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10 Trivia Questions on Real Names of Rappers

Trivia With Budds

03:32 min | 1 year ago

10 Trivia Questions on Real Names of Rappers

"Jake. Seven dollars trey songz hundred and fifty dollars and someone named Kill boy is fifty bucks so there you go a bunch of wrappers on cameo just wanted to lay it down with some prices before we get into today's episode. We're going to do that right now. Ten questions unreal names famous rappers. Let's get into it here. We go it is real names of rappers time. Here's question number. one. Sean carter number one. Who is a rapper. Aka. sean carter number one and number two belka lease almonds are belka lease almonds are number three. Aubrey graham. who is that number three aubrey. Graham question number four. Christopher wallis number four christopher wallace and number five naseer jones naseer jones number six on ika meraj number six on onondaga mirage. Rapper number seven austin post number. Seven austin post anna berate dwayne carter junior number eight. Dwayne carter junior followed by number. Nine william drayton junior number nine to juniors in a row number nine william drayton junior and your last one number ten chancellor bennett chancellor bennett. Those are all of your real names of rappers. Let's see if you could decode who they were with their stage names. In just a second we are back with the real names of rappers number. One sean carter was none other than jay z. Rapper and mogul jay z. Sean carter throwing the diamond up number two belka lease elman. Czar cardi b. is the translation there cardi b. number three. Aubrey graham is drake from canada number. Three drake number four. Christopher wallace r.i.p. The dettori is b. I g number. Four chris wallace notorious. B i g number five naseer jones took the first three letters that name became. Now's a ass now's number. Six mirage is pretty close to nikki. Manosh that sounds like Like how my mom would be like. Yeah i saw that nikki massage. But she would get all wrong and she'd say mirage number six number. Seven austin post is post malone who i read got his name from online rap name generator which would be very interesting. Austin post post malone number. Eight dwayne carter. Junior is wayne lil wayne and number nine william drayton. Junior is flavor flav

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"elman" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"elman" Discussed on No One Told Me

"My my thing is I've got to come up with some sense of. How do I? How do I measure that? Okay. So is there more Peace more rhythm. More joy than there was a year and a half ago. Are Myself stuck where I was. Dead. Address that cause and that's not a that's not a people problem. That's a million God problem. It's not a a personal relationship problem. That's a million God relationship problem. So I gotta work it out with him. And then work it out. In other people right and I love how it circles back to even what we talked about the beginning and that's Not striving toward a perfect balance or a perfect rhythm that you feel comfortable with striving toward a growing relationship. With Jesus and that that will trickle down into everything else so that that tension doesn't feel quite as tense that friction isn't quite as painful because you know the the scope that you're looking at it through. Is Perspective who. I I hope at seventy my perspective is Higher and better than it was when I was twenty. If not what's the point? Get further down the road. You're seventy years down the road. Yeah. That's me more times. Can I mentioned that before we finish? We'll keep going. Because we to. Stress in my life. We live in a fallen world. So there you go. So for one and I know there's so many who are still. either. Their purpose has changed since like what they're meant to do here on earth. Pointing people to Jesus, they're thinking okay. How do I most effectively do that? What does it look like to do that my daily life? Feels like they haven't really stepped into a purpose or they're trying to figure out what it is. How would you advise them at this point? Checks our definition of purpose. What am I measuring that by? How do I define that? Am I am I agree with God Or am I trying to figure something else out? Early on I had a lot of different. Ideas about that that didn't coincide with God's understanding of it and how why he created me right? You know There's some of the John Piper's real big on we live for the glory of God right? Well. We do. were, created for him. That's the deal. Find yourself in this probably my age so showing, but I find myself thinking okay. What else you know like? That's Great I. Love I agree I love it. But I'm honestly to be completely vulnerable genuine about it. My first thought was okay and what else? Because Interpal state. We can try to substitute other things for that. Your talked a really old person about ready to die. That's in Christ. Am I right now or take you? Okay. Oh. Shoot chateaux Kelly's part. No I mean, really close. I just had this piece about him. Because they realize. I'm almost on. I'm almost home A friend of a friend, his wife was dying of cancer and he texted his friend and said, she passed away. Last night, but it was really beautiful because. She settled into a piece about it and he was so at peace as well, and it's still going to be painful. I can't imagine the pain of losing your wife and the mother of your kids. The way he described it just and it was a couple of sentences and he said it was it was really beautiful to get to be there with her in that and I just thought only through Jesus can you have that kind of perspective? The tent building thing. Keeps ringing true for me Everything on to see inexperience. Here. Right now today. Is temporal. SNOT permanent. God is actively building for me. And Eternal, building, in in glory. So he said as disciples, the night was going to cross. Don't be troubled in your. You believe in God believe also in me. I'm leaving. But. When I leave him, we'll go build you a place. And get ready I'm coming to get you. Okay. Now, I gotta I gotTa dial that back to to today this afternoon set him office talking nut head. That's that's that's real. Everything here's temporal. And that's what I keep fighter myself trying to get a grip on even in this conversation alone is you know send you all of these questions beforehand. So you can think through Elman and all of a lot of them centered around this question about purpose and I love slash contest hate that you keep pointing back to the same thing because I wanted to be. We'll do this this and this, and you'll feel like you've accomplished your purpose it. Will cost us self effort and you feel good about yourself. Say. Even that is bankrupt. Because it's Jesus said if you're. GonNa if you'RE GONNA be my follower. Deny Yourself. Take up your cross daily and follow me. Right and I'm not I'm not trying to be super spiritual. Are Pie in the sky. Really. Simple. Yes. That's what I mean by minimalistic seventy. When I was thirty five. I knew everything. I wanted to know what the next task was. To, ask me I'd tell you. 'cause I knew everything and I could do everything. Seventy. Wow I. don't know what that means God. Help me understand and what kind of peace comes with that you know like the piece of knowing. That same word again, you don't have to strive. To, get something that you think is there that you just haven't gotten a grip on yet that if you've made a decision to follow Jesus, you already have a grip on it. See straubing be still. And know that I am God because I'm your refuge and your strength and your strong tower. No me. Quit straubing so much Kelly that almost feels like a I don't know if the right word it just feels like pressure. Yeah Yeah. And it's not. It's active. But. But because our rhythm has been defined by the world, our culture. Right. We get caught up in that lie. And we think that. Resting in the Lord, is a passive activity. and. It's not when you can think about a million other things you could doing that would be self-satisfied. We sat down and get Your Bible out and your journal and start to. Get time with God. What's the first thing that happens you start thinking about everything you've got to get the day. What's next? Yeah When did you feel like? You step into what you were meant to do I mean even if it's just wind, did you when do you feel like you finally grasped this two questions one? When did you feel like you finally found the rhythm in your life that you would see what's his name you in the sense of? Finding your purpose in a relationship with Jesus, instead of progress or growth or an step. Or a job or whatever it might be. When did you feel like I'm doing what I was meant to do? And I'm at peace with it and I'm going to keep going with it. I'm not sure I. Bet there you in are not sure right I've experienced that I. It's a path I'm walking. Not a step at took the the reality. Is Everything we've been talking about is that journey I'm on Without went hours caught up in I'M GONNA I'm Gonna I'm essential to God's work and he can't do it without me. That was in my twenties and thirties when I was a student pastor and I was gonNA say the world. Well that. God.

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"elman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"elman" Discussed on KGO 810

"Me well, that's why the Democrats have tto win. That's why I'm going to take advantage of what sure they really don't think this is going to be an issue. You don't think what Joni Ernst said that they would confirm regardless. Oh, no, I'm telling you, this is the issue that will motivate particularly women. You said the the Democrats don't take a firm stand. You have a Republican court. Roe v. Wade is history. You have a Democratic court. They're going to stay in firm for it. And and that's what we have to help. Alright. I appreciate your call Alicia. I have to move on. I have a special guest coming in for the next hour. That's James Ellman. He has written a book called Hot Stocks, Investing for Impact, Impact and Profit In a Warming World, We're going to talk about the impact of global warming on the economy. We won't be talking about the virus. Let me tell you something. There are things happening right now. And Elman is the person who has written about it, and I'm delighted to have him coming up. So you want to stay tuned for that will debate the issue of global warming. Is it really And what are the implications for our economy? I'm John Rothman. You are listening to kgo San Francisco San Jose Oakland, a cumulus station. About face call to quit Johnson. Republican governors in states like Texas, Alabama and Arkansas have done an about face and ordered residents statewide to wear masks. Correspondent at Ladera is.

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"elman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"elman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On KNBR six the weather's and a pleasant good Sunday morning as we wrap up the month of may and district attorney first and next week and will be disseminated derby on Saturday June six and then the Belmont will be on June twentieth and the Kentucky Derby will be in September and the Preakness in October hi am sams bear and thanks for tuning in today we're going to handicap the a few races from Gulfstream Churchills and they need it and go on gate feels and and and will also do a little preview on the Senate therapy and the Belmont so that's what we have lined up in a big carryover down south for the pick six of five hundred and forty four thousand and our couple of guests today will be Jeremy hall of the expressed that first that company and from the daily racing form in the second half hour will have Dan Elman has our analyst about waste perhaps all that's coming up on the track right here on KNBR your horse racing later the track Sam spear on K. N. BRG sports leader monument crisis center is a community based nonprofit in the East Bay serving low income and at risk families seniors.

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In Germany, Working Mothers Say They Face Job Discrimination

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:51 min | 3 years ago

In Germany, Working Mothers Say They Face Job Discrimination

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online learn. How Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com mm slash economic impact? Now we have an update on Women's equality women say they are still excluded from many positions of power even in a country that is governed by a woman. The country is Germany where the chancellor's uncle miracle and our. Our correspondent for this story is N._p._R.'s Deborah Amos. It is highly derogatory an insult that describes working mothers and a slur untrue it turns out for a certain bird ready here. It is raven mother. It sounds worse Ersan German of Robin Mutter a Raven mother is a mother who does not care about our children who to Elminger as the president of the Berlin Social Science Research Center. She says the term Raven mother has a long history. From when Germans connected women with hearth and home not the workplace a raven mother is a mother who is interest primarily leans chop and just an an attractive woman so it's still a cultural thing this radio weather yeah I mean very much so even a man you know would say of causes Germany lags behind Europe's other big economies when it comes to women in business leadership roles. She says so women in Shami started way later than other European countries to enter the labour market in big numbers and that has to do with the history of German laws. My name is Bob. Are you one. I'm the C._E._O.. Of A big burden welfare organization that escort Palley. Not she says it was only nineteen. Seventy seven that legislative change gave women gender equality in marriage and at last addressed a fundamental question that kept women from taking jobs outside of the home women are allowed to work with all of the skinned women on the streets of Berlin have their own stories and that Richter says when she grew up in East Germany women were expected to work the kids went to state run kindergartens. She only learned about Raven mothers. When East and West Germany became one? It's really unfair because it keeps the women far from the job market. Goudron Westerman says she couldn't worry about name. Calling after her son was born she went right back to work. I was never thinking thinking about someone calling me raving mother because my husband had no job that would have allowed me to stay at home and here's another thing about choice working. Women in Germany often chose not to have kids which contributed to. A shrinking population it took a supermom to turn it around enter Ursula von Der line a medical doctor with seven children. She became family minister in two thousand five her new policies including better childcare for younger children and and parental leave for dad's help to reverse the decline later funder line became Germany's first female defense minister now. She's the likely next president of the European Council the first woman to hold that job but public opinion opinion takes time to change says the sociologist Elman Dinger. Nobody called underline a raven mother but they found other ways to complain. How can you show off your kids you know how can you even dare to do?

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"elman" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"But I I was we were looking. Film in ninety three. I want to say hand, I'm looking at ninety one. Like, I said, yeah. Early nine. Ninety ninety one. So. Really silly. As it is ninety one still a lot of movies were not portraying women. They weren't passing the pronounce it Bechtel test, and that movie does with flying off of a cliff colors. And So. so when we watched the trailer, we're like, wow, this movie looks like trash, and then we read movie that I've seen in my memory refresh when we read the Wickham recap. We're like, oh this actually was Jeter than the driller the trailer back the trailers back then we're trash they were done differently. The aesthetic was different for trailers. Now. They're like, whoa, crazy. Even still it was like these women like letting in throwing their heads back and they're in a car. They're driving fast and they're getting with having pit, right, right? Which kind of glosses over the the actual. I wanted more of that scene is in the times. I watched it. Right right scene with the with Brad, Pitt we pants off. Okay. So I think it's I think Thelma and Louise, but it is. Yeah. Can't be together anymore. If you were just looking at this bracket, you'd be like it's Elman lease which is what we should do. We should probably fill them out before we get in. So that we don't have to go through our thought process for three hours on the pod next year. Right. Third time. Okay. The other pairing in the will not parent. It's the Kwoh-ting the other match up in the final four the final technically eight four times two quick math, Holmes and Watson versus Jordan and Pippen. I'm gonna go home. So I'll see you later. Sting is this spot guest. I'm gonna vote for Holmes and Watson..

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"elman" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"When the game is going on you're watching what some of these big players like the player X or something who may have put a lot of money on the brands or or you often a booth by yourself secret bunker. Well, it varies all I'll go outside. If I if I go out on the floor, you know, and I'm going to be, you know, some of our VP's I get a lot of people coming up to me. And and wanting to talk about anything under the sun, really. And then, you know, I don't really get to watch it in that case. So if I really wanna watch it I'll go back in the back room with the guy or I'll go back to my office. And so I'll rotate around a little bit. But you know, when it was all, you know, crunch time. I'm pretty much in my office watching the last quarter or so right, right? Okay. So now, let's talk about the props. It helped you, and I know they did a bunch of them that just every year these if they don't hit you guys in general, the west gates sports just do well in general, no safety was good for you. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's and that was close again. Fine. I think goss- was in his own endzone. And he's got it Packer. Scrimmage it. Yeah. No that that was good. Because again, that's a proposition. He's he's one of these real popular ones like, you know, safety or overtime or a TD by a defensive or a special teams TD, those are some really big propositions that are, you know, they're six bigger decisions. So that's a it's something I'm just like going, you know over the years. I I know I'm not, you know, throwing things in the back room, or, you know, we're not yelling. We're just kinda it gets to a point where we're just like moaning and groaning. And take it our head a little bit. And then move it on, you know, but that was pretty close. But you know, what was really good for us was all the yardage. You know, all these individual players that we had well, they score TD or not. Yeah. Everybody best over. Yeah. In for both sides there and almost everybody went under. I mean grown that was a really actually one of the ones that we lost with his yardage. But other than that, you know, I mean Elman obviously went over coax went over, but majority of went under and there was only one player that scored at TD. So we kinda swept that bore the Brady another big one. I imagined. I liked the two Brady over twenty four and a half. I think it went up to twenty five and a half. Completions. People love Brady. There was no reason to think he would like thousand yards in the last two Super Bowls. I think everyone bed Brady over obviously Goth over anything would Gurley was a loser. I mean. Yeah. That's it was it was what a what a camel Kate of prop losses. It was. Let me ask you this any movement towards taking exotics like Gatorade. Adam LeVine shirtless or the anthem or? Are you guys are hell bent on staying away from that? You know, we call that. You know, I song by maroon five harder to breathe I actually had a friend that had a cousin at the rehearsal. And she told us that it was going to be harder to read, you know, that was going to be the first one, and, you know, those type of propositions as you know, sow are only offered in a unregulated environment. You know, we are not allowed to post any of those type of propositions here. You know? I it would it in some cases where you were able to, you know, put something up there that no one knew the answer to where there was. But they you know, how many times they are going to show just or you know, let's say I mean, somebody knows what colored Gatorade. It is. Somebody knows you know, if he's gonna take off his shirt or not, you know, all those things like that. You know, we're not we're never going to be able to post those type of propositions. That someone has or had possible. Knowledge of what the result would be. So we'll wait wait on those. But there's a there's a couple out there that we'd like to post here, and they're supposed to Oskar that would be cool the Oscar..

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"elman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Get yourself a gang cube shirt today. I have no amends first segment Super Bowl Monday. So shout out to everybody out there in the world. Most of you who were recovering from the worst got him Super Bowl ever those very boring. Not a lot of scoring. I think everyone was disappointed even the guys who would typically be oh, just a great defensive game defense wins championships. You've got to enjoy the defense even that guy was bored during this game like this. Yes, it was impressive with the PAT's D was able to do. But all in all like, you want to be entertained by the Super Bowl, and that was not very entertaining on the whole. Honestly, the whole NFL season was like the weirdest of my adult life. And what I mean when I say a dull life is like the old enough to understand the full breadth of NFL season. So not like sixteen and thinking like this NFL season was great. You don't know shit at sixteen years old. That's not you're not an adult that didn't. I mean like pass twenty five basically the, but none of the season made any sense. I was so confused the entire time somehow Tom Brady escapes from it all with his sixth ring. And I almost feel like I'm like numb to it. At this point. Like, I'm not even gonna spend any time shitting on Boston fans or how? Foil. They are fuck the pats fan base or anything like that. I'm just there's just nothing else to say about these guys. It's it's the best dynasty in sports history. Bill chicken Brady, and it is what it is. They got another ring the game suck dick. I made a lot of money on it though. That was nice. And now we have officially entered. What is like the dark period, no pun intended of sports for racist? White people mostly in the south who don't have hockey or like round ball. This is a problematic time of year for them. They don't like the NBA not enough white people the NFL they give pass too because a lot of quarterbacks and a lot of little scrappy white receivers like Etem Brady just coincidentally lime by the way. Yeah. While Heim Elman, Julian Elman is the first ever Jewish MVP of the Super Bowl, Jillian Jewish. No. Yeah. Shouts to the Trump. I didn't know that about him. We did it fam-. You did it. All of you. Okay. That's a huge win for the Jewish people. Congratulations guys and girls the first ever for real. Yeah. You're not fucking with me. This is true isn't some shit. We're gonna make a sound bite out of that's gonna make me look like an asshole. No, no, no, Bradley that'll Jewish and he's the first. Superbowl MVP. Yeah. Wow. Huge. What are we talking about? Does the Super Bowl? Yeah. The the fact that Julian Edelman can be the Super Bowl in v p kind of speaks to the fact of how shitty this game was well, eight a good first half. The the kicker. Yeah. From the way the game win. Now. You can't miss a fuel goal in the Super Bowl and winning VP emits that first one well knows wasn't a whole lot. Maybe gronk was going to get it. Maybe. Yeah. From him. He would have been a great that first half. I thought if they locked up if they got the win I was pretty confident that they're going to have to give it Dataman because Brady didn't look all that spectacular. I mean, the Rams defense is very good. But it was just a fucking weird weird weird game. And I don't know. It's if you want the racists that I was referring to you hate the NBA for whatever reason in in. Now, you don't have the NFL just try to hold your shit together. Don't do anything stupid show out the NFL season. We back soon enough just get drunk and garage and play, you know, electric guitar, whatever the fuck is you don't don't go around messing anything up. Right. We need you people to stay occupied in your own little world, leave us the fuck alone..

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"elman" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Toward the end goal. My aunt goal was to write music that I felt like that something that had a place, you know, documentary history and not history literally. But you know, thing it's time to place on who we are in our humanity. And I always like. More right. That are. More practice. The better player. I become the more. I study other records etcetera producer become and putting in the hours and being into the joy of the work as opposed to excitement as the outcome. And it's you know, it's similar to sports in that. There's a lot of a lot of work that goes into it before you even hear the starting gun go off, and it's the preparation sick at you to the starting blocks. And then what happens after that is where you know, fear. It comes in and motivation, and grit and determination apathy, and all of those things that create the ones percents a greatness. But it's it's all the preparation that goes into it before you ever get say that you know, that creates that creates the outcome and being into the process. So they has always been. What has been the thing? I can look at. And I could I could Mark on timelines I've gotten much better than it was in nineteen you know, ninety six I started. And that's you know, that's you have to be that. Otherwise, there is there is no great reward. Even winning the awards. It's difficult to own those words that really intrinsic Elman unless you know, what you put into it. That seems to be. Almost a metaphor for, you know, your whole life, you know, reading your history. And and obviously, listen to your music, you know, comes across. That, you know, you're telling stories, but it seems like, you know, your life is all about there's a process to get to where you're going in the processes as you said that ends up becoming the focal point rather than than the end. I was lucky I grew up in a small town in the sixties and seventies. I I was born in fifty two so times war different than that mom and dad that were just, you know, they were they raise us with what we used to refer us a good spirit and work ethic. And they believe this. And that if you work hard that you'll get where you're where you're wanting to go you work hard, and you do your best and things happen. And you know, the music business is sort of anesthetic to that. Well, maybe not necessarily totally go, but you know, for for a woman in the music business, particularly business that's run by. Predominantly by men. The record stations are predominantly run by mail music programmers. You know, it's just women have their place, and it's been really it's almost like what Billie Jean King went to the idea that we'd actually have to fight to be treated as real artist. Like, what she did as, you know, women getting paid for their athletic ability, like men, do it's you know, it's been slow going and attitudes have been. Have been sort of behind the times, but it's all catching up, and I'm glad to see that happen. But yeah, you know, I I think the struggles it's the time that you fall down, and you get back up at your your drive, and that that sort of fortify, your perseverance internationally. And it also gives you that story. You mentioned something about catching up, you know. And you know sports in America. I think women have earned a certain place in the sports world earn being the the key word they've earned it. And now, you you you look at you know, when I was a kid, I'm just a little bit older than you are. But the the music on. There was very few women that were prominent in the music world. And now, you know, you look at whether it's, you know, pop or rock or jazz or. You name it hip hop that. It's unbelievable. How many women are at the forefront of the music world today. And you feel like you were part of like the beginning of of that wave that happened. Think. Well, I think I was at the beginning of producing as a female. I was probably one of the very first females ever produced a record on her own that was a commercial success and one of the I think one of the first one actually sees opportunity without the support of. Record levels or anything else? I just basically went in and started making my record and..

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"elman" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Toward the end goal. My aunt goal was to write music that I felt like that something that had a place, you know, documentary history and not history literally. But you know, thing it's time to place on who we are in our humanity. And I always like. More right. That are. More practice. The better player. I become the more. I study other records etcetera producer become and putting in the hours and being into the joy of the work as opposed to excitement as the outcome. And it's you know, it's similar to sports in that. There's a lot of a lot of work that goes into it before you even hear the starting gun go off, and it's the preparation sick at you to the starting blocks. And then what happens after that is where you know, fear. It comes in and motivation, and grit and determination apathy, and all of those things that create the ones percents a greatness. But it's it's all the preparation that goes into it before you ever get say that you know, that creates that creates the outcome and being into the process. So they has always been. What has been the thing? I can look at. And I could I could Mark on timelines I've gotten much better than it was in nineteen you know, ninety six I started. And that's you know, that's you have to be that. Otherwise, there is there is no great reward. Even winning the awards. It's difficult to own those words that really intrinsic Elman unless you know, what you put into it. That seems to be. Almost a metaphor for, you know, your whole life, you know, reading your history. And and obviously, listen to your music, you know, comes across. That, you know, you're telling stories, but it seems like, you know, your life is all about there's a process to get to where you're going in the processes as you said that ends up becoming the focal point rather than than the end. I was lucky I grew up in a small town in the sixties and seventies. I I was born in fifty two so times war different than that mom and dad that were just, you know, they were they raise us with what we used to refer us a good spirit and work ethic. And they believe this. And that if you work hard that you'll get where you're where you're wanting to go you work hard, and you do your best and things happen. And you know, the music business is sort of anesthetic to that. Well, maybe not necessarily totally go, but you know, for for a woman in the music business, particularly business that's run by. Predominantly by men. The record stations are predominantly run by mail music programmers. You know, it's just women have their place, and it's been really it's almost like what Billie Jean King went to the idea that we'd actually have to fight to be treated as real artist. Like, what she did as, you know, women getting paid for their athletic ability, like men, do it's you know, it's been slow going and attitudes have been. Have been sort of behind the times, but it's all catching up, and I'm glad to see that happen. But yeah, you know, I I think the struggles it's the time that you fall down, and you get back up at your your drive, and that that sort of fortify, your perseverance internationally. And it also gives you that story. You mentioned something about catching up, you know. And you know sports in America. I think women have earned a certain place in the sports world earn being the the key word they've earned it. And now, you you you look at you know, when I was a kid, I'm just a little bit older than you are. But the the music on. There was very few women that were prominent in the music world. And now, you know, you look at whether it's, you know, pop or rock or jazz or. You name it hip hop that. It's unbelievable. How many women are at the forefront of the music world today. And you feel like you were part of like the beginning of of that wave that happened. Think. Well, I think I was at the beginning of producing as a female. I was probably one of the very first females ever produced a record on her own that was a commercial success and one of the I think one of the first one actually sees opportunity without the support of. Record levels or anything else? I just basically went in and started making my record and..

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"elman" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on First Things First

"Stay good at what he's always been great at and attacks each and every game each and every season like it could be as last even though he wants play till forty five and then also say, but now he's going to try harder. Drier into Cal Roby Coleman doing this. He might have been like as SuperBowl win or lose. Whatever it is. I I don't if this were a regular season game. We saw during the undefeated season when the pants I think probably at times, I don't think they were lack the they had a lack of motivation was right after the spy gate scandal. And they were trying to stick it to people. But maybe they midway through the season thought, you know, what we're better than everyone. We're going to be in it at the end of the year, they trying to destroy people. They were trying to send a message that was a season of sending message shore. But even in that year when Anthony Davis popped off at the Anthony Davis, Anthony Smith, pardon me, the Steelers hopped off they made a special point. Okay. We're going to beat you about thirty. Anyway, we might as well try to embarrass you as well kind of motivation within the year, but for the Super Bowl, I've never truly believed in bulletin board material for a Super Bowl. I remember when Michigan played Ohio State in it was one versus two over a decade ago and boche in Boeckler passed away a few days before the game. Do you? Remember that? Yes. And there was this narrative like oh my goodness. The Michigan players are going to be. So and I was and I remember thinking it's their rival the winner goes to the championship game. Like, you need additional extra motivation to get you there to me this is in the same bucket. Brady's going to be operating at peak motivation level. No matter what Nicole Roby Coleman said. Now, he will know where he is. Because he plays a significant role in what they're trying to do defensively. It's no different than Kansas City when they were in clutch situations outside of flow into gronk outside on a slant where they throw a ball. They threw the ball in the slot where the. Nickelback is going to be. So he knows who he is. He's going to go against them. He doesn't need any motivation in thinking about all this guy's garden. Elman right now, I'm going to hold the ball and give up another sack when Aaron Donald and Madama consume. They got bad intentions. So to think that he's going to be able to do something about this. No. Because if he holds the ball and gets off of his game. It leads into the Rams and being the Rams being successful. I don't know if it's going to affect how he approaches the game in the ex's are knows?.

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"elman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I will. You mean, you think he would have gotten those SuperBowl was not there. Absolutely. I people pleaded people rings a lot of guys even play on them. Hey them rings to. Feel and boomer sites. And I you guys going into the game. And they were like, well, we don't have tickets the game was in your essay, you need tickets say what do you mean man games in Dallas? I'm pulling up in my belly open the Dame. Hey, nobody saying word. Mike will you let me go get year. We'll be. Right back with your plan to leave. Right back was Colby's Lee. Correct. In what he was saying that the front office is the one who decides who gets the football thrown to them. It's impossible. It's flat out and possible that the front office can make a decision. Well, okay. But they could because Jerry could say to Jason I wanna I wanna make sure Mark Cooper gets the ball. I wanna prove that. We got a great deal. When we traded a first round pick for Amari Cooper. I don't think that's farfetched to say that Mike us fits, okay? That's far fish. I don't jokes. You know? Jerry who's involved in the play calling the has to say that to Jason then we need Jay. Get a mar kupuna ball or coupe is a bad. Boy, his Colby's -ly good enough to be a Julian Ataman type. Number two head. You hit the nail on the head Colby's wants to be Julian element. But he's not in Julian Elman like office Tom Brady played game inside out. So he's going to play with gronk Julian element and the guys on outside. We'll get the you later. Cowboys play the game outside hand that's wanted to why receivers outside and if they get double team now, you're one on one inside worth wrote a ball inside. These has the understand that that doesn't come from Jerry from Jerry Jones up stales sales. That's that's the the philosophy of the often. Okay. I got a couple of questions for him. I don't know if you'll think they're good legitimate questions. Would you rather have Julian Edelman career? Calvin johnson's. Julianne element or Calvin Johnson. I in the Super Bowl rings. But okay. I I said Jillian Etem to. Yes. I'm in the Super Bowl ring. Right. You know, alternate. And I would take your career over Calvin Johnson's. Of course. Yeah. I just wanted to let you bowl ring..

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"elman" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Welcome aboard key. It's nice to have you on board. The patriots did what they do. We had a two minute drive to in the game to tie. It Tom Brady did it. They get the they they win the coin toss. And all of a sudden the second they wouldn't that coin toss you knew they were going to go down and score can't see hadn't stopped. And that was rap before they even didn't brand play when they flipped it in. They said, we'll take it. Oh, I guess over. Yeah. I could see I could see Andy Reed's face the team just they was just dejected at that point. Because they certainly knew that Brady was probably going to go down and score touchdown. Because at that point. They had already gone down and kick the field goal to tie it up to send it in overtime. And now, you give them another opportunity right then and there where they still hot and warm to go down in score to cap it all off Brady's Brady, man. Yeah. Then you could do that. There's just nothing you can do when when things were not clicking and working. He knew who to get the football to Julian Elman, they understood Julian element needs to get this football in his hands. They rushed for one hundred seventy yards. That's something. That they've been able to do here in the playoffs offs the last couple of playoff games is run the football. Yep. Where the Rams defensively all year long had been given up five point one yards per Russia. Tim now the last two games for the Rams. They closed the cage against the New Orleans Saints in the Dallas Cowboys against two of the best teams that run the ball in the league against Ezekiel Elliott and the two headed monster in New Orleans. They they were unbelievable. And you know, what I don't get going back the forsake what I don't get is this all of a sudden because Patrick Mahomes in the chiefs didn't get chance to touch the ball and over time, then well, we got to change the rule. Both teams you never possession the Kansas City. Chiefs had the patriots on third and ten three times in overtime and couldn't get a stop. That's not the rules problem. That's Kansas City's defense problem. Get one stop on third and ten and you get the ball back. You need to change the rules. You need to play better defense. Now, the only change the rules. That's just people talking. Yeah. Something to talk about a Monday morning quarterbacks. That's all. I mean at the end of the day. Stop to do what they getting ready to go get tooling. Yeah. No commuted Sacchi one time third and ten three times in one drive and they cashed in all not touch him. One time the other quarter lead at you allowed his receivers free access, and when you allow people to give free access off the line of scrimmage Travis in Julian Ataman gronkowski or a HOGAN any of the receivers on that team. You allowed him free access. They're going to beat you. I don't seem to understand. Why teams in the National Football League? Don't get up in jam guys. Put the hands of people the New England Patriots when they play you. They're going to disrupt you at the line of scrimmage in disrup-, your timing. That's what they do. And they do it. Really? Well, I mean, this is what Bill bell pick jazz over and over and over again is throw that timing off. And I I can already hear at key the chorus of people the anti patriots people. And by the way, I'd probably fall into that category too. I feel like we've seen it a million times. Oh, they get a recall and what we saw yesterday that the the roughing call know so much attention so much attention is going to be made in the saints game and the Nicole Roby Coleman non pass interference call that..

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"elman" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Welcome aboard key. It's nice to have you on board. The patriots did what they do. We had a two minute drive to in the game to tie. It Tom Brady did it. They get the they they win the coin toss. And all of a sudden the second they wouldn't that coin toss you knew they were going to go down and score can't see hadn't stopped. And that was rap before they even didn't brand play when they flipped it in. They said, we'll take it. Oh, I guess over. Yeah. I could see I could see Andy Reed's face the team just they was just dejected at that point. Because they certainly knew that Brady was probably going to go down and score touchdown. Because at that point. They had already gone down and kick the field goal to tie it up to send it in overtime. And now, you give them another opportunity right then and there where they still hot and warm to go down in score to cap it all off Brady's Brady, man. Yeah. Then you could do that. There's just nothing you can do when when things were not clicking and working. He knew who to get the football to Julian Elman, they understood Julian element needs to get this football in his hands. They rushed for one hundred seventy yards. That's something. That they've been able to do here in the playoffs offs the last couple of playoff games is run the football. Yep. Where the Rams defensively all year long had been given up five point one yards per Russia. Tim now the last two games for the Rams. They closed the cage against the New Orleans Saints in the Dallas Cowboys against two of the best teams that run the ball in the league against Ezekiel Elliott and the two headed monster in New Orleans. They they were unbelievable. And you know, what I don't get going back the forsake what I don't get is this all of a sudden because Patrick Mahomes in the chiefs didn't get chance to touch the ball and over time, then well, we got to change the rule. Both teams you never possession the Kansas City. Chiefs had the patriots on third and ten three times in overtime and couldn't get a stop. That's not the rules problem. That's Kansas City's defense problem. Get one stop on third and ten and you get the ball back. You need to change the rules. You need to play better defense. Now, the only change the rules. That's just people talking. Yeah. Something to talk about a Monday morning quarterbacks. That's all. I mean at the end of the day. Stop to do what they getting ready to go get tooling. Yeah. No commuted Sacchi one time third and ten three times in one drive and they cashed in all not touch him. One time the other quarter lead at you allowed his receivers free access, and when you allow people to give free access off the line of scrimmage Travis in Julian Ataman gronkowski or a HOGAN any of the receivers on that team. You allowed him free access. They're going to beat you. I don't seem to understand. Why teams in the National Football League? Don't get up in jam guys. Put the hands of people the New England Patriots when they play you. They're going to disrupt you at the line of scrimmage in disrup-, your timing. That's what they do. And they do it. Really? Well, I mean, this is what Bill bell pick jazz over and over and over again is throw that timing off. And I I can already hear at key the chorus of people the anti patriots people. And by the way, I'd probably fall into that category too. I feel like we've seen it a million times. Oh, they get a recall and what we saw yesterday that the the roughing call know so much attention so much attention is going to be made in the saints game and the Nicole Roby Coleman non pass interference call that..

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"elman" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Your doctor. Yeah. I I work at a dock emergency room doctor. So that's why I thought able to watch a lot of it by did watch his could when we was on break when you on break. You mean when there wasn't an emergency. Yeah. When there was. Yeah. That's that's generally when we're on bake. When we don't have a patient. All right. Jeez. I it seems very trivial for me to be talking to you about football. When you have such a important job my job important, but I love football. So what how much of it? Did you see? Well, I watched a game that you watch the one game between the saints in the eagles. And I watched the game against the chargers and against the chiefs. You mean? You mean, the the charges and the and the patriots. I mean, the charges in the patriots. Yeah. We would happen dad. Dad appendectomy chill. I wasn't able to watch it. Your doctor in an emergency room. -mergency appendectomy. Another guy had a compound fracture of his leg. And another guy head cut off one of his fingers with his skill saw. And we was trying to do it back on. Successful. Right. Were you successful? Here. You why don't you get closer to the phone? I just holding the phone at arm's length away from why we do that. Just so I could yell 'cause I'm nervous I'm excited. What was the question? Were you successful in putting the guy's finger back on. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I I one of the other doctors specialist. I was the emergency doctor on call. So I did I did the the tree is. But it then they brought him another doctor. Okay. So, but anyway, I called up talking about football. And I and I love it. I enjoy that. I didn't get the she a lot of the game. All right. Well, doctor. Thank you for. What is your your? If you might be asking Elman E L M O N D, Dr Elman Elvin L Mund. No L E silent. Dr Elvan Dowman. Yeah. Dr hillman. Thank you very much. I appreciate you calling. Yeah. Dr Elvin are you able to hang up on him? Now, Dr Ellen? Yeah. You need to hang your phone up. Oh. Is Phil Emery show? Vernon dosier show on the Phil injury show website. Has been executive produced by through Henry, Moore siempre incorporated, all rights reserved on podcast one. I'm burnin dosier. Certainly hope he'll join us again next time for another addition of the Vernon does yo. Also appearances by voting limit and Jerry boot near.

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"elman" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"elman" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"And then a physically it's burn out in Beirut during the war and since then really hasn't done much. She's taking care of a few people locally in Spain. As of obstetrician for some of the community that refuge there essentially, but not really doing much. It's a derailment of his life at a time when things were really looking very promising. And when I see him and meet him, I can see how that can happen. And then I just don't want that for myself. Sometimes I've maybe I'm just turning a blind eye to it. Yeah. Again, I probably a deeper discussion that we could have on money. But I have so many thoughts about this. Right. But I think that you know, on the one hand, it's I have found myself more and more empathetic to sort of the situations. People are in that on the surface might look like, well, you know, that's a cut and dry case of you know, he left his fam-. And x y and z, but you start to realize that there are there are other bits of baggage that people are carrying with them that you know, you can make a wrong decision in a moment. And that that decision can you know to to people can make the same sorta wrong decision, but one comes with far greater consequences. You know, one of the other people have on this podcast. We Corey McCarthy, and it was really really interesting discussion about his life, and how he wound up in prison, and it made me reflect even more on how close I could've come to going to prison to like when I was in eighth grade kid, I looked up to the most in high school, and he took me under his wing. I mean, he really liked me. And he was the toughest kid in the block, and blah, blah, blah. And you know, by the time, I'm in tenth grade. He's in eleventh grade he's in jail for robbery. I've always thought like what if I was out with him that night that he decided to do this really dumb thing and hold up a liquor store. Like, you don't have enough of prefrontal cortex at that age to sometimes go, wait a minute. This is a bad idea. Like in the moment that can seem like rush like we're gonna. Get some money. Now that said you've brought a couple times. So I gotta get one story out of you, those probably if I had like top twenty seven Shahab stories. This one's on the list. So do you. Remember your first date with Lynn was one of our classmates. So you knew Lynn yet. But you finally figured out a way to get her out on a date. Yeah. I I it was a row winter. So I finally sort of mustered up the balls that ask when out on a date. We're going go out to dinner someplace it was over thanksgiving break, and my buddy Josh Elman was at the Ed school at Stanford at the time, and he called me up Zik said some events me sit for sit wall ski from all Budweiser. Someone said totally forgot that her mom sense. You one of those hands. It's halftime at the mental Atherton game, I'm one of come over. And have some of it. Like, Josh, I'm sorry, man. I got a date with his girl. I really dig. I take her out to do do come on the over like five minutes. Like, all right. So I call up Lynn, I say land. I'm sorry. I gotta cancel. I've got I got Josh coming over here to eat my ham..

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Trump signs defense act in New York; bill provides $716 billion in funds

Eddie and Rocky

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

Trump signs defense act in New York; bill provides $716 billion in funds

"President Trump. Spoke to soldiers, in fort drum New York, today signing the John s McCain national defense authorization act It gives servicemembers a pay. Raise, and provides funding for new weapons and equipment during the speech today the president again mocked the, press covering the events I'm so proud. Of myself I didn't call them the fake news, media, I didn't call I said to myself I will not today in front. Of our great armed forces call them fake. News we know the. Real truth but we won't say today the president did. Not mention Senator John McCain by name during those comments the Bill also includes tough language

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