20 Burst results for "Fishawy"
"fishawy" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Horse and ride to the rescue. Well the thing that was missing from this game was the patented Golden State run. Yeah. They never. They never got going, they never ripped off, you know, nine or eleven straight, they couldn't get stop. They couldn't get consecutive stop against Toronto. They could get like one stop. They gotta turn over here and there and a bunch of times, they pushed it they closed like an eleven point lead the seven, but never got it like down to three and never made Toronto. Seriously, you know, concern there was two instances and I don't remember win, but both in the second half where Kawai made shot. He just took shot. He made at one three overland in looney. Right in the space. Yeah. That's what I mean. It was one of those games where? What are they're like, twelve shots in a game that could kind of start swinging it one way or the other and felt like all those winning for the raptors negative. There was one near the end that didn't where Danny green green resume Fishawy starting to heat up. And he had a really nice catch and shoot from the Ray corner and hit both parts of the room and went out. But you know if if I'm raptors fan, you knew Siachen was good. Right, e-, whether he whether the stage was a little big for last round who knows. Maybe was the way the bucks plenum, but you figured like from an athletic point, he was gonna come around the part that the one part, we just didn't know with them was, whether green was lost for the playoffs, you know, 'cause he, he was really he it was beyond a slump and incredibly. Yeah. Yes. So you need them. Right. So now that now they have him back. I thought Casale was great tonight, especially in the first I thought the stuff he was doing defensively jumping out thirty feet from the basket. They were just bound in determine nevertheless curry, shoot an open twenty foot or is really funny. It's funny to watch. They were they were totally happy with him having the floaters, dry drive to the basket all you want. We are not giving you open anything, so the times that he got the shots. It was an accident. But Casale was a big part of that. I thought his defense was really, really good. And that's somebody who's been a lot of big games. I, I didn't love that trade, but it is nice to have Markelle Sala in a final game versus found Hsun,.
"fishawy" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I know that it looks like a boyfriend and I know and I'm not going to correct you. If you say that, but just know that in my heart, I'm scared. So if I don't say that then I'm lying so you can call me whatever you want, and you can call me queer, and you can call me straight, and I really don't care because I'm I'm in a straight relationship now. So call me straight, but, but other people will call me queer and that's the problem with putting. That's why don't want to be put in boxes because you're, you're separating them from their other options. The someone asked me recently if I had been with a woman, or if I like I told a story on risk about an experience that I had with a trans guy sexual experience. I had trans guy and, and I ate him out. You know, he still had what he called a front hole. And it was really fun. And really new and really? Kind of blew my mind. You know what do you say for thirty talk, though? Like I love your front hole. I don't I didn't engage in front like he I would say cock eye. Let's say I blew I would use terminology. That's very love. Your inverted cuck. He knows. Was teaching me. The whole I was like urine control. You teach me how to how to do whatever. And he really did. He was like lick this way, you know, now that way and everything. So anyway, it was really fun. And someone asked me recently. In an interview, are you have you been with a woman, or have you been with another trans guy since then? And it got me thinking. Wow, really one of the reasons that I haven't done more of that exploration is because I came up in the seventies and eighties and identified yourself exactly in your land as a kid identified I mean, to myself, not out loud, to other people, but I thought I am a gay guy. You know that's what I think a lot of his men are going through. It's straight men are going to because we as women were given permission to experiment and not lesbians. And we'll now you just with we have been given permission to have fun with that. And I mean, that comes with problems also but men, I think would see what it's like to suck a dick, if they weren't called gay if it wasn't like now, that's your identity. Of course, you're gay. What else what other geisha you're gonna do? How long have you been thinking about digging? It's like you know what a dick in front of me. One. Night. To see what it was, like, whatever. But I that's probably even hard to imagine Keith among not watering. No. By the way has speed dating coming up scheduled and way what really cancelled. It was right. I would like to say Fishawy. Andrea. Again, was right. I started thinking about it. If she would go to the speed dating thing or not, or circuses, drop her off will run out to smoke a joint inbetween each bell. Oh my gosh, has anyone ever done that. No. And I've thought about I've always think about it, and I'm always not in a place where I can cause I'm like, in a monogamous relationship or I forget about it or whatever, and I already paid for it. There's no refunds..
"fishawy" Discussed on How Neal Feel
"So with nine it's fucking impossible. You enjoying yourself. I don't eat any chew Hollywood stories, telling you secretly not enjoying this. No, no, no. That's not what I'm saying. I'm saying, like, that's what will even the thing about ads like where you're like I need money dog. No, no, I'm not. But I'm saying like that would be if your if you were actually brought that happens all the time bands, where one I love beds, thing makes me laugh harder than band on because people are screaming for one of them, and you're like you're screaming for this mother. If you knew any fucking idea. I've enjoyed talking to anytime I'm talking to people that are in partnerships or the cutest, one was. The Cueva from the migos was in heated. He was a man commercial dirt last year. And he was good. But we were talking, I was like how like being in a group, I was like, how do you like, you know, sort of figuring out that the aesthetic like what you want and everybody sign off? And he goes, he's like yell man. He's like, we're just real similar, like I'll go to the mall, and I'll buy something at, like Gucci and it'd be like, your boy was just here, about the same thing which was so cute. I was like good, good for them like their cousins. They were similar great. But it's it's really hard to Fisher. And you just have to be lucky in terms of chemistry. That's how Neil feel about. Policies to Tang clan. And this is again, kind of a callback to other episodes, Jost, and Scarlett Johansson are Fishawy engaged and. I have no feelings about it other than good for them. And I look forward to long union and and invite Neil to the wedding. I, I'm, I'm I bet money, I'm invited. There's some weddings at him on the cusp some parties. I'm accuster this one. I'm getting. She keisha. Which brings us to a segment that I haven't really decided what to call I can like, what you said Neal Brennan bombing in the VIP. Yeah. Okay. So you all know me, you know, I'm in show business. I know bunch of people. John legend who was at champs guest. John produce. Three mike's. Grammy award. He got you got award. Yeah. And I've tried him to say that he has a b got. What the ego is e. Ofter Tony these for BT. Yeah. Nobody else is gonna be toward. And I'm trying to have associate with you wanna be or so bad. I have to be comedy awards. Always absolute go into the other room show fuck yourself. So John was being honored by Paul Smith the clothing line. And. Neal was invited. Right. As a friend. And, and the and I got to go to Paul Smith, get a free suit, which was excellent that crazy..
"fishawy" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"You can gain that kind of hands on understanding about what your service looks like when it's not doing. Well, what's your coat actually does when things aren't working? Right. And that that I've seen it transform the way that people do development I've seen give people that that have basic confidence to be able to operate their service at scale in production, and and just not have to experience pain. There may be a little bit global pressure when something's going wrong. But they know they have the confidence that they have the tools to figure it out. We did a show with with Ben who been Siegelman who is the. The founder of light step and he originally created the street tracing at Google, or at least to some extent he wrote a white paper. I believe about it. And and what kind of blew me away about that conversation was just the the depth of engineering problems that are inherent in distributed tracing. So like on the actual user side, you have to first of all decide at what rate am, I sample ING, you know, how frequently in my sampling, my all of my application request to to see if they're if they're actually, you know, see if there's some kind of problem or to actually get a reasonable view like how frequently do I need to sample in order to get a true, honest view for how this this. This thing is performing and then on the actual district tracing library side of things you have how do I write a performance distributed tracing system that does not interfere with the actual services that I'm running because I'm sampling every? Single basically every single hop every single network hop that could if that was implemented poorly, that's really going to degrade performance. And then you have all of these traces that are created. And you have to decide how am I going to store these things when am I gonna do garbage collection? When am I going to do compaction? How available do I wanna make them for people to to retrieve and see? And so there's really like a cornucopia of different engineering problems inherent in the distributed tracing space. Yeah, definitely in that. That is one of the things particularly about lights, but has mixed cited not just about where we are right now. But, but where we will be because I think the satellite architecture that light stuff uses where we collect everything or almost everything everything that you can afford to send over the wire locally, which is going to be pretty much everything perhaps terabytes perhaps petted by it's day in a structured fashion. And then put that in the satellite. Lights, which have a certain amount of free. Call and be able to ask questions with essentially for knowledge because you can take the information that comes in later and use that the reenter stand the past. So you can have a better than twenty twenty hindsight, but at the data level at the outcome level the allows you to make the right choices the surface the right data as quickly as possible and then to put that in front of engineers as a complete context. So that was one of the things that was really really interesting twi- Lille using light step as we drove off chat ops around this where it would notify slack. When there was an issue, and it would give you your your exemplar traces, and you can click on one, and you could look at it. And you'd be like, oh, look, it's broken in this particular way. And that's the Volvo even further now here in the with the correlations tool that I think is just just released the Fishawy recently where it will it will do that kind of analysis..
Climate change top of voters' minds in NSW election
"It's called. Men and women who work and leaving Electric's of those officer. History. Leah's prime minister Scott Morrison wasn't yet prime minister when he made that infamous so-called cola, phobia speech in the nation's parliament in twenty seventeen but it certainly helps set the scene for what would become one of the most consequential battles of his political career. Fishawy Mr. spike out. The fleet stars officer. But it's that novelty break up the quitting the job in the towns and the industries and indeed in this country because of their pathological ideological opposition to call important part of Australia will face a federal election in the first half of this year and being the fifth straight win prime minister in a decade Morrison knows exactly help politically sensitive his government's energy policy could be in a country. That's just experienced a string of record breaking heat waves. It's perhaps not surprising to find climate change near to the top of otas. Concerns for Australians, extreme weather doesn't just mean Scholtz and Teixeira and more days down at the beach. Toria ablaze counting the cost of the worst bushfires in decades. I hate wave always brings with it. An increased risk of deadly bushfires. To understand the nation's emissions policy predicament. It's important to consider the economic impact too. By value. Australia is the world's largest coal exporter. Despite Scott, Morrison's cola phobia, stumped in parliament industry has recognized that a shift to other means of power will be an eventual reality. The question is how eventual a report by the Brookings institute found that it measures recommended in the Paris climate agreement in two thousand fifteen were fully implemented. Australia's economy would suffer. Of course, a full global commitment of that kind as highly unlikely, but it has helped spook enough of straightly as politicians to spark notable seat shuffling in Canberra after all conventional wisdom suggests that when the economy tumbles governments crumble, prime minister, Morrison's latest hope is that a couple of old ideas might when taken together carry the appearance of something near first. There's the old direct action. Policy. First pitch by former Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, which essentially pays businesses to cut carbon emissions. This game was initially funded by taxpayers to the tune of two point five billion Australian dollars from this fund way will purchase improvements in the environment. That will also reduce emissions. The kinds of things Morrison's predescessor tumble dismissed the plan as a recipe for fiscal recklessness on a grand scale. But now a couple of tumbles earn ideas obeying fide backup to the two. Pronged approach would see a considerable boost to the snowy mountains hydro electric game billed as a cost effective way of generating green energy. Meanwhile, a cable running from Australian mainland to the island state of Tasmania would boost the nation's overall 'electricity capacity pot of Tasmania's so-called battery of the. Program. Even if prime minister Morrison manages to get he's energy policies up and running without losing his job. He's on slippery ground. Australia's energy minister Angus Taylor seems to have made a habit of claiming that the nation's emissions are falling despite the government's own official figures showing the opposite emissions are up by the last five years down. What will actually the lightest grain house? Guests report that came out last week says that emissions at Dan by I've a one percent and they like trinity sector. We know. Up by one percent. Every night your own berry to be clear emissions, in fact up. There's plenty of evidence to suggest that climate change is an increasingly important issue to the average Australian vote home some observers have gone as far as dubbing this year's election the climate change
"fishawy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From a kid, and my mom would wash her face and make up in like, we didn't get a ton of takeout food in our household. You never ate in the car or anything like that. My dad has a lot of strict rules about that. But if we would get pizza night on Fridays, and we pick up a pizza from the pizza place and everything in my dad, would we'd come home, and they'd put it in the oven at a low temperature. And then everyone would have to change my mom would wash for makeup off and things like there was no such thing as eating the food. And so when I met Catherine, and Patrick they had they were allowed to like, you got fast food, and you could eat it in the car, and I'm like, no, we have to take it home and to put this in the oven. Yeah. We cannot weeknight. Can put the sweat, son. Patrick's. I get a piece of you know, you need to go change. And then we all come out, and we have to wait till the last person has done before we can all enjoy it together. Which is usually was my mom took forever to wash the makeup. So now petition well, it's a it's a tremendous argument happening right now on our text line three went through nine hundred seventy two hundred whether you're team San burger, teen Vanderbilt. I guess I want to quickly thinking Mary for I take the subway or the train in to work. And I wanted to do your Fishawy. Thank Mary for picking me up. And I told her in my repayment will be you can mention it five times that you've picked me up four four. One more time when I when I come. I'm like an Uber. I gave him a ten minute out ETA. And then as I'm pulling down the street, I say, you're deriving both mornings. I thought I was so cool. You get one more one more reference, then then Pete goes behind a paywall. And then yesterday I dropped him off. And I waited outside the building until he got let in because he was having some complications as to not getting into the building. And I didn't want to strand him there. So I waited awful. Yeah. Well, coming up the stories that matter with Steve Grzanich from the northwestern medicine newsroom here on WGN radio..
"fishawy" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Like if you put them into play would you put them into play, and the culture would change or would you put them into play and rich people would spend every waking hour and all of their money like buying lobbyists like get like break. New loopholes into them like something like this can be very effective. And I think some of the Glenn wile etcetera arguments around it are important in particularly if it is able to change culture, right, particularly it's able to get us to this more egalitarian, great, compression culture. If instead of just creates like endless effort, a political lobbying is just like a war of you know, of of the rich against everyone else. Maybe that's fine. Right. Like, I think that's actually sort of the the world Bernie Sanders. Envisions to have happen, but it would be like less effective way of doing it. So anyway, the World War Two stuff is always interesting to me, but there's a pretty extended culture period there that is fascinating. For other reasons, I've seen a lot of argument that it has to do with place of a lot of rich people are much more rooted in a particular community, and in a particular place. There's a lot less concentration of major corporations and industries in just a couple of big cities. And like maybe that had something to do with it. How do you change economic culture strikes me as a very important thing? I tend to be somewhat optimistic that tax policy and other kinds of things can help. But I I don't think it's a fully settled question. But I mean, I do think that that goes back to the war in a certain sense, right? It's like the war created a years long in the depressed. Before it this kind of like reset right of like, how does American society work? It's not just that the zone administration past one tax law. There was this like big series of ongoing changes that was extended for a long time and involved at the same time as the top tax rate was going up there was wartime wage in price-setting that was also a huge increase in labor union membership. Right. And you can try to do like time series econometrics or cross sectional analysis and say, oh, it was the union membership that did it or oh, it was the tax rates. The did it or oh, it was the norms or this policy set the norms. But like just what happened historically is that all those things happened at roughly the same time and presumably if you think about how politics works like it would be the same right? Like, we can talk about on the podcast like what if president AFC made this one giant tax change? But nothing else happened in politics. But. Like the way real world politics works that you're not gonna have a super giant change. Just one piece Rasi. I mean, this is just a a respect in which like political activism differs from like policy nerd ary. Right. Which is that like the activists who are pushing for big tax changes are also pushing for a bunch of other changes and the cautious politicians who only want small tax changes. Like also only one small changes on the other sides. And you know, what would what would America look like not if we had a tax change? But if we had a overhaul of politics like a different kind of question women nine hundred ninety nine where Fishawy twenty years past that. So if you're not partying like it's nineteen ninety nine.
"fishawy" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"It, taking it in the lozenge or whatever. But you said these people can't burn fat efficiently, I thought, well, that's that's probably people that would benefit from nicotine. Absolutely. Like caffeine, right or other diet tells you. Yeah. I mean, you know, sometimes you do have to use. I always like to try to manipulate things with food, but sometimes you definitely they can take advantage of the talking really seriously, you know, the people are in trouble medically with their with their body fat. So tell me about the people that can't burn Fishawy who's that. So now this is something that's very theoretical and it's really just my theory so, and I don't wanna lay this on the obesity medicine sociation, but it it's going to be, you know, in my next book and there's lots of references and science behind it. But I think what happens the long in the short of it is when our our diets are full of these fats that are might have Qendra become damage when we burn them. The cell is saying, okay, well, I'm not getting energy, right? I I'm wanting energy and I'm not getting an energy because you know, I don't know why the reason is my mind Qendra aren't working properly. So what the cell says is I want energy and what's it do? Well, it puts a request out for more sugar by putting something called Glueck for transporters glucose transport on the surface of the cell, and it's requesting more sugar. And what that does is it drops your blood sugar levels, but the cell gets energy. So now it can burn sugar for energy. 'cause it was the the the, the polyunsaturated fell? Yes, it's just damaged. The might of contra. There's actually a study that shows that the ATP production drops to nothing. If you raise polyunsaturated fatty acid concentration high enough. So it's it's a real thing literally pulling sugar out of the blood suddenly and then raising insulin to try to deal with that. Right. Where. What happens is you start to feel hypoglycemic, and then you eat. So this is where we get a connection to the obesity epidemic between these, you know, the polyunsaturated fatty acids and the obesity epidemic, which is if you look at the graph of how of how the increased consumption of these oils has skyrocketed over the past fifty years, it just it perfectly parallels. The obesity epidemic, which you know carbohydrates have started to level off over since two thousand ten actually, and the obesity epidemic has not leveled off very much in especially in children. Shifting they glucose interest. All of a sudden is it affecting Lipton gremlin, biologists. Well, yeah, I'm sure that it, you know, it's extremely detrimental to do that because your your, your body panics rights. Now your blood sugar level drops. Your brain says, whoa, where's my energy? Because you aren't in a state where you're producing key tones because you're having these, you know, you're, you're on a enough carbon reading too often. 'cause just eating anything very often will stop your home production, but you know, eating normal, what we call in this country, a normal amount of carbohydrates is gonna also block your home production. So your brain has nothing, and so you get desperately hungry. And this is where we people come to us, and we say, oh, west. Just hypoglycemia have something to eat, have something sweet of something sure to bring your blood sugar a little backup, but that's not getting to the root of the problem does just kind of feeding into developing a whole new problem actually where now. Feeding people sugar and getting that messes up there. Hormones should we be taking key tones directly, you know, they're these Kitone powders and things like that. Now, what's the status with Kitone ingestion se. It works fantastically at, but I use it when people can't change their diet. So I've actually recommended to a couple of my patients who have Parkinson's or early dementia, and it's made a huge difference gives them energy actually the coconut oil just kind of the same thing, but they keep tone supplements are, you know, thousand times more expensive than than cooking, but they but they work great. Protein diet. Absolutely, absolutely. But you're not gonna get. You're not gonna really need them after a while. If you stick with a ketogenic diet. So your body's going to be producing Kitone, so fishery that you just don't need to eat them. I, I must have been. I feel now that I'm like three months, enter something..
"fishawy" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Rumpus away to nobody is sitting chasing that. Finish. This is Jeff see on filtered and now your hosts, Jim Norton and mad, Sarah. Well, I've already Hijazi you know, I'm talking. I hope people don't notice them kind of getting off to Mike and come back up. Let me just say, listen, we've very busy show. Niko Montana's calling. It just engage who else? Chris and Anthony Linhart Smith, right? Yeah. We talked before the the show gunfight before that brutal first round knockout and I'm looking forward to a whole lot. Now, I don't know if you guys can tell them, volume is going back. I'm going to come back because we were in the new facility, Matt myself took me a lot longer to get to, but don't the audience be alarmed? No, don't be upset. I'm okay. I'm excited about. I like new things. Do. I'm not done. I know we used to stop to looked at me. No, no. I'm looking at you because my cheque's falling back and I'm afraid I'm gonna fall again. Look at me. I'll remember. Can't hear you. Certain things are going to change, and we have a first of all the bigger studio, Matt, my my chair is too loose. Do you. Do you want to switch? No. Do we tighten the chairs this back only if I lean back, I kind of do this. I fall in. Back here, but things are different. Like for instance, nobody told you say something on air and I wanted to wait on, and I said, I usually when we start, I got a routine of, I usually just hand my phone over to Chris, the charge. So now Chris has to get up again. It Chris can be. You know, but away already already, that's that's charges please and also hold on just don't do anything. This is what's it didn't work no way the booted work. And this is this is me. We've been in the studio for exactly thirty seconds already, Matt. His spilled fucking coffee already studio. Look. A wider pristine table right away. You can charge your phone under the table. She those Cav. Decaf. Like it. Over your. Always. Under their look. You don't Krista charge a phone. You can do it yourself. Oh, this is. This is like, wow, you know what's really well. Oh. There you keep charged. Walk for twenty minutes. That's the only thing that kind of stinks. Yeah, don't get me wrong. A fourth degree. Black belt is in amazing, physical sharp gonna come in work forty, five minutes in, I think forty five minute train ROY than I walked forty five minutes Jimmy. That's what I gotta do. What my fucking light for you for another forty. I got a good part. That's the best point you me. How do I titan Jimmy, Chris, Jimmy, I used first of all I use the pure before we do this. Everybody was match up. That was a Fishawy offer. So I five in this in this. I don't wanna get sentimental. That was all I high five in the studio, and it will be our last. It will not be all last hope that it won't be get out from behind him. Christopher's fucking weird at least do me a favor. I'll use that year could be like the studio. It's really nice beginning. That's the name of this. This new beginning giant monitor in front of us. Yes. And we have a nice carpeted area Chris off to the right instead of directly in here. We can show moves and stuff. Well, we're going to get couches the other Mike that we're going to be using their on like these almost like black planters, and they come up and they have nice long bendable arms and we can use them. 'cause we're going to be sitting in a lounge type situation. This is over a Bank in midtown. East is where we are right now. All we over Bank. We are young. I don't care fuck about what are they going to break in and hit Matt. I mean, come on, come on Madison Avenue, dairy, but it's a bit of a bit of a hike..
"fishawy" Discussed on AP News
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No-deal Brexit would harm EU countries as well as UK
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"fishawy" Discussed on AP News
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Public to be warned every week over no-deal Brexit
"For screens terms apply President Trump's, invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House this fall for a second get together is AP Washington correspondent saga megani. Reports Trump's also still pushing back against criticism of this week's Helsinki summit with Putin the. President says the summit was a great success to everybody but the, news media whom he is accusing of tried to provoke a confrontation with Vasco that could lead to war but. There is bipartisan concern about what was said since it was just the two presidents, and their interpreters it is utterly amazing utterly amazing That no one knows what was said this. Is a democracy top Senate democrat Chuck Schumer GOP Senator Lindsey Graham says the president needs to be careful. Is imperative that he, understand that He's misjudging the president. Says. He wants, another meeting with Putin to start implementing some ideas saga megani Washington The EU once Member States be prepared for possible disorderly. British exit from the block Brexit negotiations and I'm pass largely because the British government is struggling to command a majority. In parliament is growing concern that the country could end up crashing out of the EU without a deal the European Commission published document warning over the potential impact of no deal, from the ability to travel to. The collection of tariffs and the need to safeguard EU standards and regulations Britain, and, the twenty-seven EU nations both say they want a smooth Brexit went into Fishawy takes. Place in much however talks over the past year have got bogged down amid deep political divisions in London on what, strategy to take the document was published ahead of, the. First, meeting between. E you chief negotiator Michel Bundy and the British government's new Brexit secretary Dominic Robb Thailand one It's to control. How movies portrayed the ordeal of the young soccer players and the heroic rescue from a flooded cave the twelve boys and their coach were trapped in the cave for almost three, weeks before being rescued the rescue. Was a rare bit of feel good news from Thailand which has been mired, in, political conflict and heavy-handed military rule for more than a decade the story drew worldwide. Interest and the attention of foreign filmmakers so Thailand's culture minister said he'll propose a special committee to be established to, oversee the production of films documentaries and videos meanwhile the. Deputy Ralph Rousseau AP college football. Writer and host of the AP top twenty five college football. Podcast available on apple podcasts and podcast one while there be sure to subscribe rating review that's the.
"fishawy" Discussed on KGO 810
"O. eight ten he broke protocol. By walking in front of the Queen he. Also today had tea with the Queen he. Did keep, her waiting, for ten minutes good? Lord is there is there any rule he didn't break like President Trump in hot water after pushing. The Quyen into the Royal swimming pool There was some. Incredible memes, about Trump, when he was walking? With Queen Elizabeth who was one where she had a soccer ball trying to kick it around now In front of her it was so So your wife not the Queen and he. Does that too Anyway so, Sean Spicer's, book tour Fishawy started. Today and in the. Book of course is it's a briefing it's called the briefing and If you've never done this before if you've if you're a, spokes that you know it's funny because the John and Ken do a show down. In, l. a. and I don't like to show but. I, do. Like they call these people spokes holes, because that's, what they are they you know they. Just they get you started that no no I don't know if they did either but anyway I just heard them say, at first so the, idea though when when you come out and do that and your job is to to speak for an administrative we could be like I remember when PJ and he had a person was talking about way back in the day when that, thing was going on with Erin Brockovich and there are people would come. Out. If you're, like a spokesperson for a major corporation today it's almost unavoidable? That you're going to have to lie at, some point maybe I, mean would, you lie at all. For this for any job What I li- yeah I mean I think there's a difference. Between. Lying and, being a spokesperson for so if I was your spokesperson You are saying this is what I want to say okay this, is what, the president says this? Is it now am I supposed to interpret what you said determine whether. Or not it's a liar the, truth and then, say what, I think that's not the job. The, job is I speak for you so, if I'm speaking for. You then, you're lies I guess would come out of my mouth yeah but. That's crazy because here's the deal Well this is what Trump. Says okay you gotta come out and you gotta just say this fact because, you're going to go. Back there, and he's going gonna beat the crap out of you the president the president. Says that he was very clear with Vladimir Putin. And said that he did not. Kiss, his but they're you know, what I'm the I'm I'm a person I'm all about loyalty and I get loyalty I really, do it's one of the things I value and so when I. See these, people do? This. And, I. Know they're. Lying but, they're being loyal I mean but I don't think, it's a loyalty thing with Spicer or with Huckabee Sanders I think. It's the job they signed up for let me back up a second I. I don't know, there personally but it always comes down, to, money and I don't know how. Much money Sean Spicer, makes but I bet he was making at the most a buck fifty that's it, you think, yeah oh yeah I? Know for fact I should ask Brian that Brian campaign might no but. I bet he was making about, one hundred fifty, thousand year, he might not have been making. That, much at as a now worth it According to MRs Google the press secretary to the president. Makes one hundred seventy two thousand two hundred dollars just guessing pretty close yeah So so that's not my job he's got to get a. Job So if he doesn't do that, job right which is to do. What. Trump wants him to do then he's out of a job okay now that said the hell you thinking taken that. Job when you could. Get jobs. In PR in a million places. People that do, this my buddy I tell. You a great example my buddy John we'll just call him John he was the guy, that God the so the guy. That shot Cecil the lion members The story and. They. They call them abandon Johnson I ain't taken that guy I'm not going to represent that guy which was smart since..
"fishawy" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"The finals sorry philadelphia sorry philadelphia you didn't even give boston a threat sorry philadelphia you don't have enough good players kyrie's not into winning kyri has lebron comp plex or a savior complex or i get all the credit complex out on kyrie he's a flake kyri wants to get credit he doesn't want wins you don't leave lebron who's a guaranteed finals appearance got you a title winning and you don't leave brad stevens in the momentum of the celtics winning to go to the worst organisation in sports i'm gonna make any more money there well the shoot heels he's got a shoe deal what are you the uncle drew the movie to you only got a movie rings money shoot he'll movie winning you'll have the best player now the best organization kyrie irving you are a fishawy a flake and mr pro mobility all right let me shift gears boy this is exactly what we said as my witness joy taylor the lakers believe that lavar and lonzo's camp leaked the knee injury as we said to prevent a trade this is what we said a few days ago on the show this is what my sources told me the lakers believed that lonzo and lavar leaked the story probably lavar so that other teams would not trade for lonzo lavar knows now lebron lonzo drip drip drip drip you know what i always say about the drip drip drip from the faucet eventually it just becomes a really really leaky faucet and the downpours coming okay so did you hear what lavar said in the last twenty four hours about rizvan rondo this is on cnn this is part of the drip drip drip here is a lavar ball talking about lonzo's newest teammate newest lakers on rondo rondo in the famous guy from the celtics around the league play the same position as your son what does that mean nothing has got another teammate you're not worried backup that's good i've ever worry about competition know my boys are better than that really need to say that didn't even go out there and a shot at rondo by the way lavar called out luke walton called out the laker training staff they dropped a music video in the distract now they leap the story about the injury to limit what the lakers can do in a trade and he called the rondo a little backup okay remember folks for a while how big tm tim tebow felt that denver thing member how big tim tebow felt took over the world and then peyton manning a ride and suddenly tim tebow felt really really small overnight you know those fast and furious movies remember when it was just vin diesel got didn't diesel was the man and then the rock arrived in those fast and furious movies in diesel fell diesel remember in minnesota years ago they were talking about two bars jackson gusts farrah going to be the quarterback or they signed brett farve nobody seemed gusts fraught since lonzo ball last year on a team full of rookies his dad talking big and important lebron arrived sunday lonzo feels along with his dad minor league hockey aa baseball amateur white noise seeking attention silly first of all i've never thought lonzo could be a superstar because he's not a world class athlete he doesn't have magnificent size in it's never going to be a great score those superstars and as i said i thought it could be a star some of that because he's a laker i don't think he'd be a star in charlotte orlando i think he'd be a star here but today and lavar knows this he's tibo in denver when peyton arrived he's taveras jackson the minnesota when brett farve arrived he's been diesel in the rock arrived and jason whitlock talked about this yesterday there is a reason they leak this injury story that's fear and that's begging the lakers please don't say my son is gonna work out of his hand so quickly brian in a car but you'll still get the ball in the bronx he's begging for lonzo to stay is he's.
"fishawy" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Be the possibility of inaction from the white house and uh the the the congress to go to a much more free market system in the future by saint ono were obamacare's done it's not done yet that's that that's it that's a great point because there's the threat there's the threat of this if you're if this starts and becomes a narrative then then there will be no action beyond that that means obamacare states that means everything else they're not good tackle that they're not going to write anything about it they're not going to change anything about any they need to change it because the taxpayer will will feel the brunt of it or or if they don't fund it the exchanges collapse and republicans get the blame and democrats are back in power yeah right or a combination of both and and so that that would be our our concern but i will say this though you know with all the colin kaepernick talk i was glad to see that somebody recognized the football player yes the the the the the former trying to think that he ever fishawy play in the nfl uh no he didn't actually didn't officially play in the nfl uh i don't believe he did uh know was one of the forefathers i was in other the nfl under the one of the four five what what what one of our one of the people responsible for helping the merger to come along by making the american football league with a viable entity is uh and uh that there's wall street journal right there the godfather of tax reform and who do you think they have their and it starts out sane ronald reagan as the patron saint of tax cuts but jack kemp is the godfather right um and you know they have they always talk about how kemp even in the '60s would go in it in the locker room meeting the kind of the cup politics rabin talk back then he goes that you know would they be on a plane they be going somewhere he'd be always talking about economics and what makes what makes a you know everything running he didn't care he didn't care who you care with your liberal he didn't care and and even when he got into good government he would deal across the board i mean he got two he be got a couple of democrats uh to be.
"fishawy" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"Yeah and so finally just to shift gears here a little bit there have been some developments in shannon but doors separation which she confirmed at the end of october she fishawy filed for divorce on december first in the oecd superior court i am glad because every time i say like they're getting divorce rituals like they're just separated so now i can say it they're getting divorced i i say this with a heavy heart because i know shannon is hurting but i do think this is the best thing for her no definitely isn't even like on her instagram she just seems like lighter like she's moving on lake she's a it's very focused on her dog dr center laws i got him dog so it's just like i dunno get rid of him he's way you down good riddance yeah and i think we've even seen this ad though seve reunion house she was saying how she wants the fun shannon back she will asses show that side of herself again and even on watch what happens live in november she appeared and even though it was emotional for her to open up about this divorce the separation just a few weeks after she had announced it she knew it was for the best she said it was for the best for her and her family and she's looking forward to just good times ahead so with divorce you have to you have to file something right like with what was it in in reconcilable differences do we know are we don't know we don't know what the reason for the divorce is that it was love legally filed by love when it's fraud in the near like what is that me who i a happen with the renee zellweger in that country rounders and that raised a whole lot of questions show or did fraud could i be cheating or like year line about who you are nokia of cheating is may be its own category infidelity infidel tune in every state says restate grace would now.
"fishawy" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Your host continue serving his life sentence in reality be aware that here all lives matter there is no political correctness there are no safe zones for the snowflakes and you will be triggered if you are trigger a bull lots to talk about today including the democrat meltdown on gun control we're going to get to that in a little bit we have a few other things to cover first of all i wanna make it official at least for me not that had managed to anybody none of that matters to the nfl i now fishawy over the nfl i'm done with it not going to watch i'm going to watch the super bowl unfinished and here's why those weirdos owes creeps those lousy on patriotic half of them criminals couldn't stop there stupid protest for one game to honor the unity of the united states of america over the tragedy in las vegas that's it i'm done so all you people who know people are spending good money on advertising on nfl games i won't be seen local advertisers in detroit i won't be seeing you and i'll tell you what i don't think i'm alone and maybe one day this week will do a short five minutes segment and take a poll amongst them at least a listening to this program to see who agrees with me and who doesn't that the nfl doesn't deserve ten seconds of my time college football will replace nfl football has the great american pastime you watch it couldn't be better for college football however there are some comical things happen amidst all this guy named dean blaine dino i believes his name he used to be an official who he was like an executive with the rapts or vice president officials something like that thank you jason now he's got a talk show he's the replay color announcer for fox or something was trying to apologize to the citizens of the city of detroit for the game where the clock got run out automatically ten seconds and detroit was robbed of victory and he knew how upset people in detroit were so he decided to try to make amends with the following broadcast see if you can spot anything in this that you might find funny if it weren't so typical a people even associated with the nfl and we're gonna talk about why i love detroit a k here we got nike fifty ny berry gordy starts motown records where detroit michigan home.
"fishawy" Discussed on WJJB Tech News
"And then i fishawy got an iphone after that because there was little literally the exact same thing at the time as an iphone but just one uctivities so now we got the ipod touch bitten six generation has continue to grow continue to grow i am a normal domos book slumberger raccoon giving in a garbage or something in them home for for me i i didn't degree so grown up i didn't really have the ability to ford and i pond because it which is devon by the time he got one was an adult so he can very well afford one are like 35 by then yeah i mean and not willis i mean that's an that's endow years to come why don't you focus on your thoughts as opposed to worrying about trying to make a terrible joke of my age on your way thumbed listeners preval's time i don't know man i hope you leak that theory has respected your purse talent just will i am a little dried out eu anyways going back from three i just turned twenty so send two thousand three i was fourteen i think so i'm in high school i my parents won't buy me a cell phone to buy an ipod was this kind of it wasn't even a thought so it is deter some years me to build a get one i don't remember exactly win maybe or seventeen or eighteen but i do remember getting an ano the one i remember the most even though it's technically still available now was i did have the first genocide punt touch when it first came out and i loved that um i think they're really such as they did have speakers had like a little thing where he would click but it would naturally you couldn't play music without i should plugging it into had fanjak.
"fishawy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Gates 415 totalling formation pm with mark weerden of thursday edition of the show i mention generally coming up here in a couple of minutes will talk baseball post all star break which i guess fishawy insofar there's no games at all today in the majorleague correct you mars to be kinda were you'd ease into it in there'd be i'm not so sure that wasn't in the past even wednesday games i don't think so there were thursday games 900 on why to go back and look but these days are sacred to players and coaching staff and certainly teams around baseball mark but that doesn't mean that there has been any action a big trade today as the cubs acquire ho jose kintana a very talented lefthanded pitcher from the crosstown rival chicago white sox can tana under control for the next two years so not just a rental cubs do pay a price stay send four prospects including their number one and two prospects eloy jimenez and outfielder also a couple of pictures heading to chicago show really the first big trade of the major league baseball season and unwavered trade deadline at the end of this month in the cubs adding to that pitching staff that so many had speculated they would it's just always kind of a question whether or not that fit would be from the white sox across town chris sale obviously was a piece the white sox organization in headed to boston for two of their top prospects in a package are they treated at a meeting to the washington nationals got the nationals top two prospect included in a package so the white sox are just mopping up depending on what is you look at they've got five or six.