17 Burst results for "Faulker"

"faulker" Discussed on The Headcast Network

The Headcast Network

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"faulker" Discussed on The Headcast Network

"Very much. By likes will Rogers Journey wrote was working on the Superman books. So he brought over Faulker and star labs floor in star man, and you find out this issue also brings gang, which are all superman stuff, but again bring it over the star man like you said it makes them seem might part of the universe. He's not just his own little self contained especially since most stories take place in New York, and on the east. Coast is very MINNEAP. Haven't him in the mid, west, he could very easily get distracted. Oreo get separated from the rest of the heroes. soy removing faulk around here have hanging out star labs having the interviewing show up, I think. Is a very good job of keeping in connected to the greater. DC's a whole. Oh, yeah, that that also kind of comes through as one of the things. One of the fields of the book is that since Rochester spent so much time writing Spiderman and avengers for marvel in a way star is kind of a marvel character in the DC universe. He feels kind of like that. He has real problems and he's got a complicated personal life that made A. Minute very interesting, and you can kind of see that also stern was really having fun with kind of leaving him into Superman's books to kind of making that field air, and not just the obvious crossover events that a star. Matt ended up in like invasion. It's like it still had its own web kind of weaving in there by you. Having the crossword with first rampage reappeared in Superman. Right Reverend. Rogers took over that book and then quickly. She came over here, so it's like if you had to be reading both books, you get a bigger story than just reading one or the other. So that was I enjoyed that you were you reading those books at the time to? Point talking about I got reading comics in eighty seven with a gigo. And by eighty, eighty, nine I, was picking up almost every DC and marvel comic. WHO Like I go comic shop and I was just watching what you decide, my check Arabi easier this way Yep. I was very much into the whole. Entire Universe, so he had both morrow NBC, so he is reading. Solve Superman books all the Batman books, the one woman flat all justly, but everything came out almost I I was up so so I love connect. The other DC line. Kept crossing. Roger Stern is fantastic, oh, yes, and then I. will has zone supporting cast. Neglect officer Glenn showing up. He's friends with I love that showing up Yeah, that was it was a nice touch. Having to do that and Make Him, not the not at odds with law enforcement and the local law enforcement also being like we don't have any superheroes around here and when weird stuff happens, we're at a loss, so it was almost happy to have may be part of the southwest which. Was I. Really got a great kick out of his. You know wheels, mom and sister, being such a big part of the story to they were of the not him being on own, he definitely had them as part of the story, so it was always good good to see that kind of little different. Take on this. We usually don't get that. How many how many superheroes do they regularly visit their parents or you know here? He is still living with her hair is a grown adult is with his with his mom so right? It's kind of me. That means firemen for years Zandt May she a secret. May where you know. Some of these value Rogers turned Jerry Conway run firestorm. They brought some those marvel sensibilities over to the DC universe, which makes it feel a little more even if you will guess. Nearly yet, but they still made it work, and they still feel like A. DC comic at the end of the day. It didn't feel like they were just trying to come to copy. Marvel's approach very much so all right and we. Ned Line popping TV's shooting a guy straight in the face. Homes! But, yeah I like way the fact that they don't show the Gore S Gun in the guy's head off camera shoots him, but you still out from the explosion panel the lamb, and just you get the sense of they happen there. Is No. Yeah. There's no question what happened there, but the was it might have been some to appease the Comics Code Authority, but even so from a store perspective like you didn't have to show it. There's there's no point is like it was pretty. Is it was a blatant war going on there a very very chilling, but we already knew that deadline wasn't assassin sells like yeah, that's what he does, so, but it's like. Oh, he's just he's just and he just GonNa. Kill this guy just to make a point and to provoke the fight with Starman. He's such A. He's such an awful character. They don't they definitely lean. Is that very well? But, it's also kind of funny that deadline, also a pretty good luck with his kind of bronze and black suit going on there, and it's a man. He is just rocking. The eighties stubble on his face all the time. That's that's very much. As look, that's very much part of his look, but yet just just tim leading star alongs I guess you'll. He's at star laps. Dow Sermon flies off to find him, but it's like. Oh, he's not there anymore. His already left and they just find the body of the of the elaborating that he killed and. Keeps, on leading by the nose to the next to the next phase to the next next layer, his trap, because and yeah deadline has a plan. He's GonNa he's got all planned out. And unfortunately star finds himself behind behind the ball. He's got he's got just try to keep up. Catch up along the way. We'll just talk because it's like it's like will is a is not a dumb guy, but he's not a scientist when he's not a super smart person is. Is Not a super strategist or something like that, but it so he's added bit of a disadvantage, but he still batches to keep his head above him, and and not get a ticket advantage of most times. He's able to think he thinks his prom. He thinks things through anyway while he's not, he's not genius. He still thinks about what he's doing. He's at the deadline, even says at one point. The psych profile I got was right on. He's a cautious one. This star man. It's like yeah, as that says it right. There is these things before he ax over. that. That's when about Willie like we talked about earlier in the last few issues last since been laying through, he is very much concerned about others, and he's very very conscientious about his actions began and what's going on with around him and then you mentioned his mom and Jane. Fact that will dissolve going on. It's flashing back. And showing you know the.

DC Rogers marvel Superman Oreo New York Faulker Roger Stern Marvel A. DC faulk Comics Code Authority Arabi Matt Rochester NBC Ned Line Zandt officer Willie
"faulker" Discussed on The Headcast Network

The Headcast Network

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"faulker" Discussed on The Headcast Network

"Very much. By likes will Rogers Journey wrote was working on the Superman books. So he brought over Faulker and star labs floor in star man, and you find out this issue also brings gang, which are all superman stuff, but again bring it over the star man like you said it makes them seem might part of the universe. He's not just his own little self contained especially since most stories take place in New York, and on the east. Coast is very MINNEAP. Haven't him in the mid, west, he could very easily get distracted. Oreo get separated from the rest of the heroes. soy removing faulk around here have hanging out star labs having the interviewing show up, I think. Is a very good job of keeping in connected to the greater. DC's a whole. Oh, yeah, that that also kind of comes through as one of the things. One of the fields of the book is that since Rochester spent so much time writing Spiderman and avengers for marvel in a way star is kind of a marvel character in the DC universe. He feels kind of like that. He has real problems and he's got a complicated personal life that made A. Minute very interesting, and you can kind of see that also stern was really having fun with kind of leaving him into Superman's books to kind of making that field air, and not just the obvious crossover events that a star. Matt ended up in like invasion. It's like it still had its own web kind of weaving in there by you. Having the crossword with first rampage reappeared in Superman. Right Reverend. Rogers took over that book and then quickly. She came over here, so it's like if you had to be reading both books, you get a bigger story than just reading one or the other. So that was I enjoyed that you were you reading those books at the time to? Point talking about I got reading comics in eighty seven with a gigo. And by eighty, eighty, nine I, was picking up almost every DC and marvel comic. WHO Like I go comic shop and I was just watching what you decide, my check Arabi easier this way Yep. I was very much into the whole. Entire Universe, so he had both morrow NBC, so he is reading. Solve Superman books all the Batman books, the one woman flat all justly, but everything came out almost I I was up so so I love connect. The other DC line. Kept crossing. Roger Stern is fantastic, oh, yes, and then I. will has zone supporting cast. Neglect officer Glenn showing up. He's friends with I love that showing up Yeah, that was it was a nice touch. Having to do that and Make Him, not the not at odds with law enforcement and the local law enforcement also being like we don't have any superheroes around here and when weird stuff happens, we're at a loss, so it was almost happy to have may be part of the southwest which. Was I. Really got a great kick out of his. You know wheels, mom and sister, being such a big part of the story to they were of the not him being on own, he definitely had them as part of the story, so it was always good good to see that kind of little different. Take on this. We usually don't get that. How many how many superheroes do they regularly visit their parents or you know here? He is still living with her hair is a grown adult is with his with his mom so right? It's kind of me. That means firemen for years Zandt May she a secret. May where you know. Some of these value Rogers turned Jerry Conway run firestorm. They brought some those marvel sensibilities over to the DC universe, which makes it feel a little more even if you will guess. Nearly yet, but they still made it work, and they still feel like A. DC comic at the end of the day. It didn't feel like they were just trying to come to copy. Marvel's approach very much so all right and we. Ned Line popping TV's shooting a guy straight in the face. Homes! But, yeah I like way the fact that they don't show the Gore S Gun in the guy's head off camera shoots him, but you still out from the explosion panel the lamb, and just you get the sense of they happen there. Is No. Yeah. There's no question what happened there, but the was it might have been some to appease the Comics Code Authority, but even so from a store perspective like you didn't have to show it. There's there's no point is like it was pretty. Is it was a blatant war going on there a very very chilling, but we already knew that deadline wasn't assassin sells like yeah, that's what he does, so, but it's like. Oh, he's just he's just and he just GonNa. Kill this guy just to make a point and to provoke the fight with Starman. He's such A. He's such an awful character. They don't they definitely lean. Is that very well? But, it's also kind of funny that deadline, also a pretty good luck with his kind of bronze and black suit going on there, and it's a man. He is just rocking. The eighties stubble on his face all the time. That's that's very much. As look, that's very much part of his look, but yet just just tim leading star alongs I guess you'll. He's at star laps. Dow Sermon flies off to find him, but it's like. Oh, he's not there anymore. His already left and they just find the body of the of the elaborating that he killed and. Keeps, on leading by the nose to the next to the next phase to the next next layer, his trap, because and yeah deadline has a plan. He's GonNa he's got all planned out. And unfortunately star finds himself behind behind the ball. He's got he's got just try to keep up. Catch up along the way. We'll just talk because it's like it's like will is a is not a dumb guy, but he's not a scientist when he's not a super smart person is. Is Not a super strategist or something like that, but it so he's added bit of a disadvantage, but he still batches to keep his head above him, and and not get a ticket advantage of most times. He's able to think he thinks his prom. He thinks things through anyway while he's not, he's not genius. He still thinks about what he's doing. He's at the deadline, even says at one point. The psych profile I got was right on. He's a cautious one. This star man. It's like yeah, as that says it right. There is these things before he ax over. that. That's when about Willie like we talked about earlier in the last few issues last since been laying through, he is very much concerned about others, and he's very very conscientious about his actions began and what's going on with around him and then you mentioned his mom and Jane. Fact that will dissolve going on. It's flashing back. And showing you know the.

DC Rogers marvel Superman Oreo New York Faulker Roger Stern Marvel A. DC faulk Comics Code Authority Arabi Matt Rochester NBC Ned Line Zandt officer Willie
"faulker" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"But the contract details that I found interesting are he gets the sixteen million dollar signing bonus and then the first year like they often do with these things for salary cap purposes. He he'll make seven hundred twenty thousand dollars this year next year. It'll be nine million year after that fourteen twenty twenty three and then a thirty million dollars team option. And when I looked this, I wondered to myself, I'm not sure why Carson Wentz agreed to these terms like if you're gonna backload it that much, and you're gonna make the team option thirty million in the six year while you're sitting there waiting to see if he's going to prove himself after injury. I thought Philadelphia did great to get him sign. Wind for that. I, I'm surprised that he would sign a contract, that would be so backloaded that it would give the team that option at thirty million six years from now, I guess it is pretty surprising. It all has to do with the injuries though. It's not performance. I mean the last two years he's had fifty four touchdowns fourteen interceptions. One hundred percent. Why did Carson Wentz agreed to these term injuries though? I get the sixteen million dollar signing bonus as you pointed out, but it has to be injury. The average quarterback in the NFL make twenty million dollars a season. Like isn't that the going rate for one season of average quarterback what's guaranteed money on that because maybe made some concessions, because they made some guaranteed money? And there's always the option to restructure the contract, which is why primarily you see a lot of backloaded contracts at that position. I think Tom Brady's restructured his deal every year year, the last fifteen years, he really has because he's not the big earner family. Sounds like Carson Wentz needs Rich Paul. Oh there. You areas STAN Van Gundy, again still spicy about the age. I am. But listen. So Now, Dan, I agree with you. Why did he agree to those terms? But if you have an agent that's really aggressive, whether it's Rich Paul. Or as you pointed out, Scott Boris David Faulker, whatever then those guys are vilified. I mean, where's the line here where it's okay for an agent to be aggressive for his player? To get a contract. Where's the line and considering how much Carson shruggled comprehensive to before the ACLU injury getting some long-term security in a contract, such that it is, is probably not bad advice, because he wasn't the same guy. Well, let me ask you this. Is it released the Durant? Then though, what do you do stand? You opt in for thirty one million dollars, given the history of that injury on someone of that size or do you, you know, it was reported the other day on get up that three NBA teams are be would be willing to offer him the max even if he sits out next season? What's the smarter play for Durant? Is it to opt in for a year and rehab, or is it just take the guaranteed money? Why would you opt in for a year that I don't get you're gonna be in for a year? He's gonna play for six and a half million dollars less or not plays going to sit out and make. He's gonna know he's on a set out and make thirty one million dollars. Now. Yeah, but he's, but why not sit out and make thirty seven million dollars. Why would you take? Six and a half million dollars less. And when people will give you the full, four year max now I, including probably the warriors. I mean, why would you. Why would you do that? Why would you take less money right now? And go into a more uncertain market the following year. I don't I don't understand that thinking at all I would say if gonna said said and collect thirty seven right? I mean yeah, by the way with winds. It's seven point nine million dollars in guarantees sixty six million fully guaranteed at signing. That's why took the deal. Yeah. But sixty six million is full NFL record though. Is that the guaranteed no Kirk cousins entire contract was getting this from CBS the hundred twenty eight million dollar extension containing an NFL record one hundred seven point nine million dollars in guarantees would sixty six billion fully guaranteed? I don't get what that mean. Sweet guaranteed or fully, Gary. If it's not fully guaranteed. Okay. Gary, I'll put it on the poll is if it's not fully guaranteed. Is it guaranteed at lebatardshow? I'm went stand on that one. I know he's cantankerous..

Carson Wentz Durant NFL Rich Paul Philadelphia STAN Van Gundy Carson shruggled Tom Brady Scott Boris David Faulker Gary Dan NBA ACLU Kirk CBS thirty one million dollars sixteen million dollar nine million dollars million dollars
"faulker" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on Q95

"Have been over hill. Oh, Liam Neeson's. What are they doing? Oh, they're legal. He walks in when the bigwig from naked gun. So hundred already. Someone someone please take that commercial in the scene from naked gun. Get it. God that would be hilarious. If you haven't seen it. It's a it's a banquet and the NFL Commissioner's kind of doing some kind of blowhard thing. And all of a sudden utter chaos, marshawn Lynch. Everything off by leaning over trying to grab a case a cake. The football falls off and they start passing the football around. But it's got number. I like it when he won't throw the ball throng receiver. Yeah. I saw one of your guys was in there too. Right. I don't remember who was in. There was Rigaud in there. I don't think so wasn't he in there? I don't think. So that would be the thing is to find out list all the players that Faulker, Bruce because there is no Kurt Warner. And were they all there at the same time. I don't know the answer to that either. I would assume not they probably had to have a lot of. And I have looked much like found out the answer. If if what's her face and Jeff bridges were in the same room for the still Artois, and I I have I only watched the the NFL when wants to go back, and I'm sure there was probably a lot of stuff about it on the internet. But what what else other commercials, July Kristie I liked that one. And I liked the mic Oltra pure gold. Is that because you liked the product or because you like the commercial commercial Zoe? What's her name is? No, no, no, no, Lenny Kravitz, his daughter. So. No, that's not who it is a bigger name is. Oh, yeah. I think so too ground. Squirrels Zoe Saldana girl. Yes. It's in the nature and she talks into the microphone real quietly. You didn't see this? I didn't like that was that was she's out in the woods in the jungle. It was really cool. And they have a really neat new. And I I actually kinda like the planters guy. Yeah. I do too with Charlie Sheen. I thought it was great. I have the entire list. I have the entire list of who is in the NFL players commercial. You do any Redskins thirty people. No, no, Joe. No, no, Joe frozen. We meet why wouldn't they have Joe is men in there because he's not going to hall of fame, and he's he won one Super Bowl in an MVP. And that was waiting a Super Bowl isn't enough. No, not going. Mark Rippin would mean either. Vince Farragut Melvin Sfeir coma. Lost the Super Bowl. So all the people in that commercial are in the hall of fame Smith. Who singer? Well, that's the rock and Roll Hall of fame..

NFL Joe Zoe Saldana Liam Neeson marshawn Lynch Charlie Sheen Redskins Vince Farragut Melvin Sfeir Lenny Kravitz football Mark Rippin Jeff bridges Kurt Warner Faulker Commissioner Smith Artois MVP
"faulker" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"And I haven't been able to do that a lot this year. I couldn't do it when the ravens raped us. It was a year ago when the ravens raped us last year in the playoffs playoffs. I didn't watch it for like three fucking days. When the Lakers beat us and game seven, you know, when they're they're twelve man came off the bench with those striped shirts and just start fucking Colin fouls and technical fouls and all that shit on never get over that by the way. I didn't watch it for like fucking. I couldn't I couldn't even watch TV because I live in Los Angeles. I had closed the windows Lakers Faulker at deal with that. And then this one I've had three bad things. Come in threes, right people. I don't believe in that either. You just start recounting after three. And this is one of them. I just I just could not watched. I still have not watched one second of ESPN I flipped by real quick with with the with the mute button on if there's a game on I watch the game. But I walked by TV and I saw. Rex Ryan doing the press conference. I only heard a couple of things, but he had a genuine look of joy in his face. And for half a second. I was actually somewhere in my jet Hayden mind, happy for the guy like motherfucker, he did it and he fucking did it that son of a bitch. Now what I might be a concert. I can't take it to the level of truly wishing that level of misery. You know, they haven't won since nineteen sixty nine me be honest with yourself. This is I think when you realize if you're a problem. Fan where you're taking to to the point where you're really just like the point that I've taken it where it's just no fun to be a sports fan. Will you literally take to the point where you don't want? Like, I remember like the probably age like eleven years after the Red Sox won in two thousand four every year praying for the Yankees to never win another fucking World Series. Like that wasn't going to happen. You know, two hundred million dollars every fucking year on the table. You know, plus a fucking great organization is going to happen. It's just too much fucking energy. So my team is out of it..

ravens Lakers Rex Ryan Los Angeles ESPN Red Sox Yankees Colin two hundred million dollars eleven years one second
"faulker" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"To achieve their full potential, you need something to act as a universal repository for all this data. And the iphone and apple could easily do it. It's gigantic opportunity, maybe one of the largest total just markets out there. But apple wants to become universal health. Records provider to be the handshake between save the watches data in the system. They're going to need to break into this market. Big in the best way to do that is by Quiring the best. Epoch why them and not the other guys? First and foremost, they're going to want a player with scale, which means either Sern rapid second. Epoch has the best mousetrap. Isn't that Apple's way they've been named number one? So if we're sweep by class research for eight years in a row, there's no reason apples to go with an inferior provider. That's not their style. They might as well. Buying a best of breed. They can certainly afford it in the best breeders. Epoch third integrating epic would be a simple process in integrating say, sir. Epoch has always been privately held. They built their whole system for the ground up. No acquisitions that means if apple buys the newbie some degree of consistency during the integration process now. I have no idea what it wants to be able to be a seller. I dunno where apple wants to be a bar but apple. One hundred twenty three billion dollars in cash is bliss Denver, which means they can certainly afford it bent the epochal by. So what so would epic sell? Why listen to be on this epic getting this private coming that picks founder and CEO 's Judy Faulkner, she owns forty three percent of the company, and she's now seventy five years old in the past. She very matter of factly said that epic was not going to do it IPO. Now, if she wants to retire with the bags telling her company apple be a good way to do it, especially because the deal like this one could potentially be revolutionary for the healthcare sector. She wants to do that. And so does Tim sooner or later somebody is going to do this. I'd much rather have apple take control of our health records than any other gigantic tech company. Apple actually cares about protecting your privacy. They would go to the end of the earth to do. So the customers that important. They're the perfect fit bottom line with I phone sales slow apple needs to do something that jumpstarted stock price in the service revenue stream, I think a big acquisition that bullshit service business would do the job and by. Epoch systems to double down on healthcare and give the handshake between this and all of the healthcare system. Well, I think buying it. But could do it. So come on, Tim cook and Judy Faulker. Make this one happened. Let's go to Don in Massachusetts. Dawn. Doing don. I am doing. Well. How about you? I'm.

apple founder and CEO Tim Don Tim cook Judy Faulkner Sern Denver Judy Faulker Massachusetts One hundred twenty three billi forty three percent seventy five years eight years
"faulker" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Big measuring stick coming up for them against Golden State on Tuesday. We'll be doing the NBA cast gonna do a little bit of a different experiment here with will probably focus mostly on Golden State in Denver. But I think we're going to just skip around leak past gonna try to do it red zone style. And see what that's like it'll be a little bit difficult for people seeking up over changing the channel all the time. But we're just experimenting here. It's a new medium, and hopefully, we can get some feedback and see whether that's worth doing as opposed to. Just focusing in on one game for Denver four point nine. That rating is seventh in the NBA six ranked offense not a tenth that in defense. We talked about their defensive struggles with which you're gonna talk more about it in a second. Here. They do project for fifty four wins second in the conference, and they will be making the playoffs barring an unforeseen calamity. So you wanted to talk about just where they are here. Overall in the west hierarchy am talk a little bit about their defense. Yeah. So Denver if they're in a pretty good place at you know, we're about the halfway point in the league in the year right now, they're five games ahead of the four through six teams in the Western Conference in the loss. Call now's before tonight's action. I think at least one of those teams lost on Monday night. And that means they have a pretty good shot of hosting a playoff series this year because even one of those teams, you know, they they would have to fall pass two of them to in order to to be the five seat. And that doesn't you know that doesn't guarantee that you're gonna win the series Portland contest that obviously. But they're in a really good place and something else that was interesting is that fivethirtyeight gives them substantially lower finals entitled odds than the other teams that they project at the top of the west some of that is they have some severe depth things right now. And they're still getting all these guys recovering from injury. I don't know how their model accommodates that in. So we'll we'll just see what that. And then the last thing I'll say before move on is that as of this morning, they have a one fifteen point four defensive rating with Yokich on the floor and Millsap off which is tenth percentile. It was actually doing better midway through Millsaps absence. And then if it kind of fell hard, and it is also interesting that the minutes with Yokich and a traditional power or in a powerful like Lyles or even want show. Those minutes are awful defensively in the stuff with Plumlee was actually quite good. They had a one oh seven defense him, which is fine. An A-plus fifteen rating so far in those minutes overall for the season. So it's worth watching. You know, Yokich has made some big strides and Millsap does work. You know, he he accomplished a lot of the goals. But I think. It is another data point on the idea that as good as Yokich is Ben having another support police. There is useful. Especially considering Harris was out bunch of this time. Do you? And there have been times when that Plumlee Yokich lineup has looked pretty good. And he is a decent defensive replacement for Millsap it. And as you get this point in time Millsap does Evan theory three point range, but he really just doesn't hang out there that much out teams really guard him out there. So I don't think that the spacing downgrade from Millsap to Plumlee is that significant and they're definitely are teams were with yoga in Palmdale. You're just going to be too big and slow, but they're not that many of those even in today's NBA, even when you're spreading things out even with questions of whether the big bang can have the same defensive impact as he used to these days more size of the Spurs of Jones to Ben Faulker. Rugged piece on that last year more size generally means more defense, unless those guys are just absolute noodles. And so there's a place for that lineup. Is there against the best teams? Can you?.

Millsap Yokich NBA Denver Plumlee Plumlee Yokich Ben Faulker Portland Palmdale Millsaps Evan Lyles Harris Jones Ben
"faulker" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"You got to do this and so they put on the second team. He comes this the way that kicks off the head coach's office, huge, Hugh Jackson, I think walks in goes, what the fuck man. I'm on the second team. Were we doing if you're not gonna play me just trade me next day sent to buffalo. Seventh round pick or six round pick take excuse me. Very cool. We don't need that here. Have a good day, say, bone. That's other guys and now hopefully bringing Dez Bryant, pleads my team now, what else you got you. All right. This article is about your Seinfeld talking about James guns firing and him using jokes. So in seinfeld's opinion, he says their jokes, they're just jokes, they're not real. So if it's really bad, then that that's a comedian not doing the job well, and it's not a joke anymore. If that makes any. I talked to Mike Cerna, veg who actually like ended up doing sending those tweets, like making those tweets public. And Mike certain is that was the first amendment. I don't know. He I said to him, I said, what was he on your? No, I met him in this thing. And he said, essentially, well, the guys, the guys, you know, kind of a hypocrite and I said what he goes well, he's he's real. So he's always been a social where like he came after Roseanne so hard for that tweet like Faulker and all the stuff that yeah director. So this guy's this guy's really coming after people. Apparently he does James Gunn who by all accounts is a good guy from what I from amazing director, but but but he does. He is also active on Twitter trying to get people very, very, very vocal from what I understand. I, I don't know. I haven't done my research, but I talked about he has been very active always if. Guy says, fuck, but he's also been. He's been very came after Zan ruthlessly came after everybody. So so let's see what this guy's tweeted giving five. He didn't get him fire. He just made those tweets, fucked amount man. That dude. Sure. Is there waking kick in the nuts, right? But I mean, but again lost his. If you're in the game, if you're in the game and you're assassinating the people, what's good for the goose is good for the gin. So Jerry seinfield says, who I fucking loved. I didn't read the jokes with their jokes. It doesn't matter. I guess Roseanne Barr thought she was being funny, but it was funny and the -fensive and not funny then it's not a joke. See, Roseanne's was really a joke was in, but she's a comedian. But any comedian that doesn't stand that they make your Finnish anyway bar was also fired from Disney week for gun Seinfeld gave his thoughts. It seems like you don't need to murder, so that's committing suicide. I thought the fine was overkill. She's already dead. Wow. Jokes are not real people assume that when you say something that you believe it, it's purely comedic invention. You know, I do this whole bit about pop tarts and how much I love him. I don't love pop tarts, just funny. It's funny states I sit. I don't know. James Gunn. I don't know if enough about this, but you know what I do know is there's a ton of people sticking up for..

Guy Mike Cerna Roseanne Barr Seinfeld James Gunn Dez Bryant Hugh Jackson buffalo Jerry seinfield Twitter director Disney murder Faulker Zan Roseanne
"faulker" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from wealth simple there socially responsible investing only put your money in companies working for a cleaner planet and social equity all with low fees get ten thousand dollars managed free at wealth simple dot com slash npr all over washington francis flag is flying between the us flag and the flag of the district of columbia president trump is hosting the first official state visit of his presidency something waited more than a year to do that's unusual for us president french president emmanuel macron arrived this afternoon at joint base andrews everyone this is a great honor and i think very important state visits givens a mum and a faulker rent environments npr white house reporter aisha rasco is here to tell us more about the visit high asia take us back to their first visit because initially president trump emmanuel macron did not really hit it off right yes so this is the first state dinner and that's a big honor for a visiting foreign leader but you're right there first meeting did not go so well this was at the nato summit in brussels last may and they had this very intense white knuckled handshake and even afterwards macron's said in an interview about the handshake that it was not quote innocent and so that got a lot of attention and not really good in a good way so we're looking at how the relationship changed over time a key pivot point seems to be president trump and first lady malania trump's visit to paris last july tell us about what happened there is so macron invited trump to visit paris last july and he really rolled out the red carpet for the trump's they had dinner at the eiffel tower in president trump was the guest of honor at the best deal day parade which really impressed trump and he's planning to try to have something similar in the us this year so even though they're opposites in many ways macron and trump they do appreciate a good show and the way things looked so they were able to connect on that tells more about how they're.

president us emmanuel macron aisha rasco brussels malania trump paris eiffel tower npr washington columbia official reporter nato ten thousand dollars
"faulker" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"You know i was just right and he felt real dumb i'm sure oh so then he went ademi which he was ahead of me anyway and then got down and there's a shortcut i know about and he doesn't know about it because he's no shit piece a fucking brain dead fucking dumps yet i saw him and his argument made in the sense so i i went and i blasted through the shortcut and a got in front of and i and i and there's and there was a an when when it intersex back at the when intersex back to the front you meet each other again and i was ahead of them and i was ahead of them this time so i al unser jr at it and i fuck and saw him and then i roll dumber window and go like this i stuck my tongue out in fucking gave them the finger dude i bet that bunched mother fuck her who i bet that punched him up who i bet that fucking bunched him up dude though fucking and yell at me on my street you fucking bitch i've fucking murdered that fool dude you know what i did i fuck entr i took a traffic i i slammed them in a traffic i traffic slammed him yo dude on to talk when i drive man you don't faulk and you're on my street you're my street mother faulker dude you're on my street and you're gonna tell me how to drive pro and i'm not wrong here all dude.

faulk
"faulker" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Even even if the fighter doesn't come in dearborn when so now you gotta tell the fighters promotional better but tumor when shells sonal goes hundreds of you have slowly circling joe year tj livens reaction and anderson silva or whatever same thing like take more advantage of those times where everyone is watching you're not counting on them to happen to be looking for embedded or looking for junkie or looking for facebook or whatever you already watching the fight make a moment out of that and yeah is it pro wrestling yeah but remember modifiers it's not for us when the fight starts troop not the real fucking fight this can have it might be that wrestling moment or whatever that people don't like but it's still a fight how 'bout nick dea's george were you have mother faulker you're scared same thing that got things going to mean because uh they they put him as tough coaches people see i don't watch tough you know and all these different things that you see does try a lot of the fan seem to shit on its lama hardcore fans that you just kim to make abby could be at the ucs like fuck the hardcore france there there watching anyway would you got to appeal to the to the kashmir i think that's what they're doing let me as an ally this with endeavour bind the ufc we thought we're gonna see more cross promotion i'll give an example uh world series what's the most annoying hollywood why hollywood yeah you know when world series dope panin to the audience and it's like hey you know this the cast new girl were stuff like that you guys realised that mex always going to be in the movie uh this month no i saw a little bit if you.

dearborn anderson silva facebook nick dea abby france world series tj livens kim hollywood
"faulker" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Then and then as if that was enough this mother faulker gets up onto the third elevated stool thing does a one eighty and then polls of backflip a fucking thing and it's like a scary back politica dope so he goes halfway and then counters it's weight yeah it's really fog and scary it's like it's like that's that's when i used to dive like i watch setback open i was like i was good form at how we used to do them jump straight like this and then you talk at this at the top will and that's exactly how it did it and they know how to do it now hamid whatever what's what's the more the olympics in twenty thirty gonna look like no humans it's just robots diving in his beat owes snow humans in the audience snow humans in the competition no humans on earth honor gone with robots during back to and a half's was like now here here's how the a thing you know what's shitty just like what's happening with net neutrality here's how a 'yes is going to become a thing right like all these engineers and stuff like well we've put in these checks these balances you know they only operate within this range they're going to set up some safety nets right and then one fucking guy who's in bed with like some military contractors like no we should get rid of all of these as can be summed dumb eight year old man who he's going to be a reasonable foregin die is going to be and a hit the he's gonna hit the kill switch sets like now we don't need these limitations and then he's going to die here right when he does it yet natural causes and then everyone else is going to die from backstabbing robot right.

olympics hamid kill switch eight year
"faulker" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Either way in all that you're not perfect united jerry rice you drop a of shit too and yeah and and you play for for our team get you make us not like you were all your bullshit air piston in enzo we don't have the today do the fuck it dog like he's prison in the end zone and then the next many does the black power salute like what is it what you have yet to deal man y'all how do you come up with piston into enzo like in wouldn't or your other team may say oh that's that's kind of wack yeowah why would you do that how is that celebrate tori he's one of those guys you can't tell shit two men yeah yeah he's one of these fucking guys you can't say anything to is our fucking crying guy could have a fucking might have a fucking cry right right right teen in there yeah like can i speak to you and listen i talk a lot of shit in victory and a half to after talks shit in defeat i took my first loss in the howard stern fantasy football league a tough fought battle well against wool murray we'll actually beat me in the playoffs last year and i had this mall the faulker and only gonna hit two two in depth with how i loss let's just say i lost in a small the fokker and it hurts okay that's it you to take that aleman hola now i took the fucking l k and i'm holding it now i still might be in first place in the league okay 'cause some other astle also lost.

jerry rice enzo tori howard football aleman
"faulker" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

Let's Talk About Cars YO!

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

"Also happy coincidence all these new a m g g teas that are coming out have these fucking grit like two hundred fourteen thousand dollar badar has that grill and decided though it's all going back so that that year gtr had the i don't know what on atlantic or something's whatever the school and they made a big deal about it when they were selling it and i have the fucking pamphlet the grew redesign you look more aggressive more sporty by getting now mother faulker and now every every cheap parking car has that grill but you know what that's not my problem bringing a person that he is not what we're talking about right now that is the least of my problems the big problem that we all have right notes with the vw scandal because because of them mercedes having a really hard time getting these court cleared through epa yup through the epa standards so it's not only mercedes at this point we found out that there's a lot of audis and 28 porsches that are stuck in there and no one's getting them and they're like a month late a k vw group ngos working vw group is going to be held up for montes or two or three months late whatever it is yep that too so i mean all of a were all suffering and also just in the united states were getting off impounded by these didn't donald trump get up there and immediately dismantled like destroy the epa how is that you deminers at longer than most efficient i've ever been there anti trump went in there and say like i'm enough fuck this shit up vw is the only thing that ananicz which i actually now think even though it's a bucked up thing for us car lovers pretty good thing for the world.

faulker epa vw group montes united states vw donald trump two hundred fourteen thousand three months
"faulker" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"And kinda take advantage of that market inefficiency and still win that way i mean i don't know the answer to that i don't know what they think but that will be interesting to see what they think as the series as the un season was alone no i think they absolutely can win that way and ben faulker a writer i really responses talked about how playing with two bigs actually works better for most teams defensively to traditional bigs just on offense you don't have as much spacing or or skill but that the spurs they have enough individual guys that they be able to make that worker they've got big to at least the concert amid ranger and that you up to guard but the problem is that i don't think that that works in against golden state and i think we've really there's of this dichotomy and maybe houston will fall into this category as well maybe cleveland is at this point is wobbly teams that are just so turbocharged offensively that you just need more mobility more switch ability on the permanent where you just you're going to give up a million threes to these teams or or you're going to give up a lot of shots at the rim and so there is now this dichotomy to me more so than ever before of what it takes to compete against the absolute three four five best teams in the league and what it takes to b good in the regular season i think the spurs philosophy is proven to work extremely well in the regular season at i expect him to be a regular season juggernaut again but perhaps not you know they lost to okc the year before me dinette quite as much at lettuces them and then obviously you know were over match against golden state last year even though you know they dig.

cleveland ben faulker writer houston spurs okc
"faulker" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Nor will then sometimes i want to get the movies in are just kinda wanna switch my mind rape this is that film it's not confirm it's not particularly it's not funny addle the real housewives of action movies i would describe detroit is that what is now i dunno i would describe it is something like is it a is a heavily actionbased lots of action you know i've only got to criticisms over and again neither of them bothered me one honestly the production value was was like an hbo tv show and it was shot edited performed and presented like something that really should have been westworld right it was that level of production rail you it's been all their money on dragons maybe it didn't it didn't feel like a cinema film it felt like an hbo right showtime television she sits with the time to that amount of time it it is yep along so that's what it felt like matthew mcconaughey say is so he's just so onedimensional no he's essentially playing the guy that drives around in their car commercials mariatheodora is to release trying to influence television by a lincoln dressed in black early eaters elbow he's won six him other faulker icaria as he did you get it now usually in our big fan i got it i love that man he's a mother fucking boss in this film really cool i'm going to tell from the wire so honored i honestly.

rape detroit matthew mcconaughey lincoln hbo
"faulker" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"faulker" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Pretty accurate gary yes it is there they're asking him to moves who's like basically army crawling and then they just let him up and turned out the cop who fired have like i have to check to be sure but i think like audio smother faulker something written on his assault rifle the it it it's it's not a good case they will not release the tape and as a eric say everyone have you heard of this case no you have not why while two white guy now what the news is injured the lynch the news is not interested in cops killing people the news is interested in cops killing black people that's what they're interested in and because we sit around just consume the news then we think cops joss shoot black people witches somewhere between sort of lazy dereliction of duty an gonna get somebody killed news agencies because you're not reporting a picture that includes garriga's his client ona his client but the deceased mother i think our family members has client as just being executed also the custodial one my suspicion is the guy shot him first name was toronto yes there's a toronto lopez or something was janas or something and not good for our narrative right we have yd shooting blackie not brown and what they do they do all the time they lump black and brown indigo the go your efc avenue some over here where it's like black and hispanic black and hispanic black and brown black and brown kids poverty black and brown black and barbara so when the brown shoots the black.

assault lynch garriga lopez gary eric toronto barbara