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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

08:15 min | 8 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Everyone welcome into another edition of the world's pod tobias harris the philadelphia seventy sixers a first place sixers and the bias who was having really wanted the best all around seasons in the league certainly in eastern conference chasing that rare fifty forty nine hundred fifty percent from the floor over forty percent from the three point line and we're in eighty six percents the bias at the free throw line. Which when you're shooting that well it's tough to get that number up. You can't miss right to get ninety. Yeah you can't miss it's a it was funny because i hit the ninety blue joel came to me and he goes. You're fifty forty ninety. Missed the next two free throws and he goes now. You gotta make like forty in a row. Now you're a liar. I gotta get it back up. So yeah it's a. It's one of the things like going into a lot of seasons. I say. I want to be as wishing as possible in a goal is to be deported. Ninety player so it's a. It's definitely huge goldman joe. Did you play baseball growing up to buy neither now. I could see joel being the guy on the baseball team. The dugout with pitchers got the no hitter in sixth seventh inning. Going up to him and saying you gotta no hitter gone. He's gosh for sure. While listen those are all star numbers and those are the kind of numbers especially on a first place team. You're gonna get more all stars when you're on the best team and there's a lot conversation league right now about this all star game. You know reported that they're getting and i think a union is let you guys know that in march seven atlanta leaks finalizing the details. Lebron james came out last night. The aren't fox publicly. I think i think some others have been more private in their frustration with it. But what what's your sense tobias about in the pandemic having an all star game in atlanta in how you feel about it and how maybe some of your teammates guys you talk to the league. Feel about it. Yeah i've heard they're the chatter on me about it and this is a extremely condensed season. Were pretty much playing every other day. night after night. So you know to have also. It wasn't too surprising to hear the knew that there was an all star game. Just because he's kind of the the deck is already set of of this type of season like in a pandemic testing all the way down the line so for me. It was something when i heard about that. Okay well here we go. It's really nothing new from what we've been doing this this whole year but i also do understand it for a guy like lebron played all star games but for somebody like myself who wants to be in the game and wants to play in his first all star game. I'm also like i will go like you know in atlanta where we add. So that's how i look at it. You're you're ready to sign me up for it. I wonder just the mental toll tobias. That guys are feeling this season not just the restrictions when you're on the road but now in the last few weeks having to test every day and so you have an update today in philadelphia. But you gotta go in and do your testing tonight so at some point. You've got to drive back downtown right back down. Or actually you go to the tape oscilloscope. Which is jersey near you. Go to the team arena. Keep facility right and so you do that. Even as far drive is for you. Thirty five minute drive. So you know that's like it isn't toll. many will sit in. Say all you guys shouldn't be complaining. It is what it is but when you think about it this is off day. You know you don't really were playing so frequently so ty we're family. It is imported and days protesting. We aren't testing twice a day. The only reason why today is just one is because active the game yesterday tested so bit is like a destruction in the day but if he's going to keep us safe and healthy as we hope it would not. I guess it's just one of those things we we kinda at this point. Have to deal with to to have this season into play. How how different tobias has it been trying to build team chemistry relationships that you're building with new players that you're building out with a new coaching staff around a season where you really can't be around each other like you can't go out to dinner. Has that been be more challenging or even with a team has to work through issues. There are always issues and sometimes you can go out together. You could talk to them at dinner. You could go out. You could blow off steam whatever it is and everybody kind of come back with a fresh mind. The next day is there. Is that part of it. Had been more of a challenge to try to work through stuff on a team. A for me like we're a team last year that if we had a road trip we were out eating on pretty much every one of those gangs your night before a game after game we will go the and it's just a time of abandoning being ever talk about different things that go on the course of the season. Luckily we had some really good success. This year so We found a lot of ways to do that. You know have conversations in the locker room before a game after game on the bus being able to communicate just that sense of being able to go out to arrest there on sit down and break bread and enjoy a great meal. Great bottle of wine have that type of dialogue. i think for sure that is missed. And you want to have all these great conversations and communications with different guys but we are being told to like stay a distance away or certain amount of people in anna seating area at a time. So i definitely think that takes a bit of a toll on on on the mental. Just decide like relationships in the togetherness for shore the season. You've had this year tobias and we went through the numbers earlier. the success. That game winner against the lakers recently. Which you know certainly was a regular season game. You beat them They're the defending champions. They're the standard right now. In the league there was a lot of talk coming into the season about the success. You had had with doc. In the season you ended up coming affiliate trae. You're having your best season. Is there anything to playing for him. How he's used you. That has impacted the success. You've had both within their in. La and now in this twenty game plus start to this year. Oh yeah for your offer start off by saying just rocks a coach that is always striving for more than the team to never get content to keep on pushing for the level we to go to and when he first came in there was a whole lot of chatter about all had your best year on doc. This isn't that Why did live. When i when i left. La i did go from one system. Who another system so to be able to be here in dock to implement his system with.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

06:31 min | 8 months ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Philanthropy as you put as call you clark. Kent in a suit and tie. You've done a lot of these many things that you've done that you would put in. The category of people plan thrapy. What are you proudest of. What holds a particularly strong foothold in your heart. Is there anything that really stands out for you. I would say answer a question a moment but when my mother did pass away i went through oliver papers. And she has scrapbooks of all my patriotic philanthropy things and none of the scrapbooks. None of the articles about carlisle. She was really interested in what i had done. She called me that. When i started giving away money to kind. Give back to the country. When i call patriotic three. She was extremely proud. And that's where she collected all the articles about that not so much carl success. Oh the interesting thing about patriotic philanthropy is. It's a relatively small part of my philanthropy. Maybe five to ten percent but it gets ninety nine percent of the attention for whatever reason because people aren't doing it much so if i give a large amount of money to a cancer center a cancer hospital you know that's a good thing that's modest compared to what bill gates other famous cancer landscapers for doing but if i give ten million dollars to keep the washington monument and a in reasonable shape that gets an enormous amount of attention. Maybe it should. Maybe it shouldn't. But i just i've been surprised. At how many how much attention guessing. How few other people seem to want to do it. But i tried to convince a lot of people giving pledge and other places that they should do. They are a lot richer than me. And many of them to do the same things but doesn't seem to attract as much attention. Maybe because people think the government should be doing this. I don't know but mother used to watch it and so one time i might. I decided that. One of the lincoln memorial which was such a famous art of our history. I thought it needed some repair and Was kind of run down a bit in the park service. Unruly have the money to do everything. So i set out to fix it. And they said that's announce it in front of the lincoln memorial. I said okay. So we have announced with their and soon as we're doing it covered on c. Span live it starts to snow so i'm sitting there and the snow and i get a call my cell phones from my mother. She's watching c. span. She's david put your hat on it. Snow ink okay. So your mother's are always paying attention you know so. I put my hat on anyway. I have enjoyed this Fixing the monuments preserving documents like the magna. Carta i've historic is probably one of the better american collections of historic american books and ultimately. I'll give these things away and the places that seem appropriate. I like putting him on display in the reason. I put him on display. Is that if you look at a computer. Slide of the magna carta or if you read a computer slide of the wash monument doesn't have the same impact as visiting the human brain still gets much more out of visiting something you prepare for. You learn more. When you're there you may learn more afterwards. So i'm trying to get people to learn more about our country's history and the reason is this. If you wanna have a good democracy you have to have an informed citizenry. That's what the founding fathers believed informed. Citizenry will lead to a better democracy right now. We don't teach civics very much in our country's history and we don't teach in our country schools and we don't teach very much about american history congratulate for almost any college united states without having to take an american history course so now situation is such a bad that recently in a survey two thirds of americans couldn't even name the three branches the federal government and while ninety one percent of people apply for citizenship test. This country can pass the basic civic status in forty nine hundred fifty states. Recently the majority of citizens couldn't pass basic citizenship. Test that you have to take to be a citizen so we should do a better job of informing our citizens. And that's why some of the things i do is designed to kind of get people educated about this a little bit more than maybe they otherwise would be if you could get a message a quote a word and image anything out to billions of people. Metaphorically speaking on a huge billboard could be anything. What might you put on that billboard. Give back to your country do something that makes the world a better place in your country a better place. Honor your parents. Your reputation is all you really carry around with you. It takes a lifetime to build a reputation and five minutes to destroy it. So don't do anything to destroy your reputation but do things don't honor your children your parents and yourself and give back to the country which you presumably think is the best country in the world or you wouldn't be here really enjoyed this david. Thank you so much. thank the recent. Thanks royal restricts your obviously well researched and you know your material pretty. Well thanks i i do. I do my best and people can find more at david. Rubenstein dot com the new book or a the latest book. But certainly one of many to come as how to lead wisdom from the world's greatest. Ceo's founders and game changers so anything else that you would like to to say or request of my audience before we bring this douglas. No i would just say. I've been interviewed by a lot of podcasts. People and you aren't as well informed as anybody ever been interviewed by your obviously do a lot of research and i appreciate it and you have a very soothing voice which works quite well on podcast so i you have done other things in the business. Where and stuff worth. You have a real future here. And i look forward to listen to a lot of your podcasts into. I'm going to go back and reread some of your books. Okay thank you. David i i really appreciate it and this is this has been really enjoyable for me and perhaps some some point post post covid will bump into each other but my new book is going to be seven day workweek. We need a seventy. I was thinking when you were like. Oh this person's native language isn't even english. I was like you know that that could be a blurb on the back of one of my books. Maybe i'll send a galley for you to read but really appreciate it and everybody listening. We'll have notes for everything at tim. Log forward slash podcast. This is tim again. Just a few more things before you take off number one this five at friday. Do you want to get a short email from me. would enjoy getting short email from me. Every friday that provides a little more morsel of fun before the weekend and five will of friday's a very short email. Where i share the coolest.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Passages these ideas, these concepts and you drowning everybody on the planet or or or abortion what they're. They're not really that good for direct application today and I think any responsible Christian would say that because. You're. 'cause it's talking to a mosaic era covenant. Now if we were. A. I'm sure especially, if people don't want to hear it in context because it's mental work and we generally are are trying to not have to think hard about stuff even when it's really important stuff that might. Spell the difference between life and death we. Hard. Brought up a lot of old testament stuff. What about Jesus himself Jesus Luke twelve forty, nine, fifty one says he's he's come to bring fire to the earth and at the end and He's GonNa to come back and essentially kill all the nonbelievers, take him to hell or or or or. non-believers what what was that fire to Earth. Passage I want look it up in conflict loop twelve. Fifty. Luke twelve. Forty, nine, hundred, fifty, one, I have come bringing fire on the earth and how I wish it were already kindled. Who but but I have to say but I have a baptism to undergo and how distressed I am until it is completed. Do you think I have come to bring peace on the earth? No, I tell you but division. Oh eightieth. The site, those pass. That's the lucan equivalent of the matthew passage where come to bring you know I came with. Your. By fire there when he comes back and fire to the earth, he's GonNa set fire to the how is that a loving thing to do? Okay. how many babies are going to be on the earth when he does that. I'm still sorting through context here because he skipped past the whole mosaic and stuff jumped to the New Testament. You had asked you that's why that was in there I and. It's easier to ask a question and answer especially when it's these high context, things that people don't know the historical context of natural law, which was the point I wanted to get to. Natural, law. Descriptions that I'm sorry natural prescriptions in the Bible are are talking about what is good and what is evil regardless of time place or culture. So that would be natural. Those instructions are in scripture to. But those are a lot more general. And a lot fewer in number but and you know it's still debatable as to what what constitutes natural on doesn't but there's there's often agreement among at least biblical scholars that there are some timeless principles that are reflected that we've across the story of scripture and can be found in different covenant errands. Now, when you're talking about mosaic era, the only way we can directly apply instructions for that time to. A different culture or different time is if you can show that that we have relevant similarities with that culture. If we don't have those relevant similarities than God's word to them, is not the same as his words us he's not telling us to go do that I mean we're according to scripture..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Good Monday morning to U. K. O. A. news time five o'clock it's Colorado's morning news with April and Marty fox thirty one pinpoint whether we're at forty four degrees on her way to a high in the low seventies again today more sunshine seventies tomorrow will get progressively cooler as the week goes on right now on Colorado's morning news this week could be the worst yet in America as the coronavirus crisis continues president trump says the peak will happen soon in the days ahead America will in during the peak of this terrible pandemic are warriors in this life and death battle or the incredible doctors and nurses and healthcare workers on the frontline of the fight the president making those comments yesterday he says the nation's eternally grateful for their work in this difficult time he added that Americans are very proud of their efforts there are currently more than three thousand cases in the U. S. and yearly ten thousand deaths the president also praising a potential treatment for the coronavirus new battle in the war on corona virus I want people to live and I'm seeing people dying what really do we have to lose president trump announcing the government has stockpiled twenty nine million doses of the anti malaria drug hydroxy chloroquine demand is good approved by FDA which is very important if it wasn't what we have to and then I couldn't do this the FDA has only approved emergency use of the medication its effectiveness is purely anecdotal at this stage raising red flags for doctors we don't know exactly the right dose or when to give it Z. B. C.'s handwritten but reporting Colorado's governor Jared Polish says he's in touch with the federal government on Colorado supply needs we shared our needs with the vice president with FEMA we would love and appreciate a time line for what we're getting and when in the meantime we have a really nimble group from the private sector business people and others that have come to come in and volunteered full time trying to acquire things in the global market that was the governor speaking on CNN yesterday afternoon he previously said that FEMA had actually bought ventilators out from under Colorado police says the states can't be competing with the feds for resources the governor will be giving a statewide address tonight you can hear it live at six thirty right here on KOAA news radio new cases of the illness are cropping up all over the state state health officials say there are now forty nine hundred fifty positive coronavirus cases in Colorado an increase of three hundred eighty five there were forty nine additional hospitalizations for a total of nine hundred twenty four there have been thirty seven outbreaks of residential and non hospital health care facilities there are cases.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of the industry because of code nineteen starting Tuesday American Airlines says it's joining United in suspending even more flights to and from the New York City area as his administration on the First Lady are urging the public to wear face coverings the president says he would encourage other members of the coronavirus task force to wear one certainly if they want to I would I would encourage it I would have absolutely no problem with that if they wanted we had a long meeting today it is good separation former vice president and democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden says the trump administration could do more to help in the pandemic you got to open up in Roman for obamacare a lot of people don't have insurance this president is trying to take away Obama care across the board was leave people naked to this problem that we're that we're facing Biden's saying that the pandemic might force the need for a virtual convention you're listening to ABC news when use radio time is eight oh two governor Poloz says he's in touch with the federal government on Colorado supply need we shared our needs with the vice president with FEMA we would love and appreciate a time line for what we're getting and when in the meantime we have they really nimble group from the private sector business people and others that have come to come in and volunteer full time trying to acquire things in the global market policy making those comments on CNN the state has updated Colorado's coronavirus numbers serve in one hundred forty corona virus related deaths according to the state health department and a total of forty nine hundred fifty positive cases of three hundred eighty five from Saturday breaking down the number of cases by age group the numbers are similar for people in their twenties thirties forties fifties and sixties with between about fourteen and eighteen percent of cases in each age range about ten percent of covert nineteen cases were in people in their seventies with seven percent eighty and older the breakdown of cases by sex is nearly equal fifty two percent female and forty eight percent male but almost sixty one percent of covert nineteen deaths in Colorado have been males Chad Bauer K. away newsradio troops from Peterson Air Force base are on their way to help with the corona virus pandemic in New York City U. S. northern command announced a combined one thousand medical personnel from the U. S. Air Force and navy.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Or Puerto Rican heavily. Puerto the Rica row row house that there was Dominican. Let us know Wanda Wando Arish. Ano- HANNO Christian row is Dominican Puerto Rican and whatever. Other Latino Mega could be a Mexican not go roller hockey. Allegedly he flung loose loose fan on at a strikeforce forced off a circle burst into the living room of three. Oh four Willis Avenue. You're familiar yes I have. Oh that's right there. Like one hundred forty nine two hundred thirty eight Joe Butter. Write this down the block with Joe. Let that's the hood right up the block from Third Admiral Twenty Ninth Street. It goes from one thirty. We're like one forty nine hundred fifty while. That's that's tough black when hot city every day to cook a South Bronx South Bronx Hidden. That's the South Bronx Willis adding water. Well I'm going to stay clear from their damn right. It's your ass kicked and get some thrown on Rojo's is one of seven people arrayed aide in Manhattan hold on boogie ethnic rules role Haas. Anthony Cruz is that. Is that the Michigan Puerto Rican Ross. Or just Latino we know that part could be Colombian could Venezuela Venezuela. Put a B. A.. Low Packs Rodriguez qualified. They know what it is savings. Another resilient could be that you don't know Sidney coming. Both he could be Dominican and Puerto. Rico we can then you are. I have a baby mother. That's Puerto Rican low for law. My friends are Puerto Rican all of them houses row houses. Puerto Ross us. I think I have a row. Hostile works at my job as Louise. I'm asking him. He's Puerto Rican. I WanNa know from Puerto Rican. I'm telling Oh you this hive in the bus into the doing fitness get loose fan thrown on this. What you get? He's he's one of seven people arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court yesterday on criminal drug possession charges. Four officers inhale the drug. A highly addictive synthetic and two were hospitalized after one fainted and another found difficulty breathing. Is You're the cops. Found six other alleged dealers heroin and all and nearly twenty thousand glassy envelopes in the apartment. What it is a glass seen employees doing here just the we you remember former drug? Draw user and dill. I was the worst drug dealer right. You must've gave me a whole pack of crack. I smoked all that cocaine. Sorry about that Pat. You did did heroin. Camp coming those bags to Elisa Club last season is like oh like fellow. Thrash more select writers carnival bags. I don't want I don't want to take you back there. L. K. and nearly twenty thousand glassy envelopes in the apartment that sits across the street from PS forty. Nine on Willis Avenue Andrea Fortieth Street. One hundred forty three hundred fortieth just this right in. Look I'm telling you right. There are forty nine chill read about.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Or Puerto Rican heavily. Puerto the Rica row row house that there was Dominican. Let us know Wanda Wando Arish. Ano- HANNO Christian row is Dominican Puerto Rican and whatever. Other Latino Mega could be a Mexican not go roller hockey. Allegedly he flung loose loose fan on at a strikeforce forced off a circle burst into the living room of three. Oh four Willis Avenue. You're familiar yes I have. Oh that's right there. Like one hundred forty nine two hundred thirty eight Joe Butter. Write this down the block with Joe. Let that's the hood right up the block from Third Admiral Twenty Ninth Street. It goes from one thirty. We're like one forty nine hundred fifty while. That's that's tough black when hot city every day to cook a South Bronx South Bronx Hidden. That's the South Bronx Willis adding water. Well I'm going to stay clear from their damn right. It's your ass kicked and get some thrown on Rojo's is one of seven people arrayed aide in Manhattan hold on boogie ethnic rules role Haas. Anthony Cruz is that. Is that the Michigan Puerto Rican Ross. Or just Latino we know that part could be Colombian could Venezuela Venezuela. Put a B. A.. Low Packs Rodriguez qualified. They know what it is savings. Another resilient could be that you don't know Sidney coming. Both he could be Dominican and Puerto. Rico we can then you are. I have a baby mother. That's Puerto Rican low for law. My friends are Puerto Rican all of them houses row houses. Puerto Ross us. I think I have a row. Hostile works at my job as Louise. I'm asking him. He's Puerto Rican. I WanNa know from Puerto Rican. I'm telling Oh you this hive in the bus into the doing fitness get loose fan thrown on this. What you get? He's he's one of seven people arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court yesterday on criminal drug possession charges. Four officers inhale the drug. A highly addictive synthetic and two were hospitalized after one fainted and another found difficulty breathing. Is You're the cops. Found six other alleged dealers heroin and all and nearly twenty thousand glassy envelopes in the apartment. What it is a glass seen employees doing here just the we you remember former drug? Draw user and dill. I was the worst drug dealer right. You must've gave me a whole pack of crack. I smoked all that cocaine. Sorry about that Pat. You did did heroin. Camp coming those bags to Elisa Club last season is like oh like fellow. Thrash more select writers carnival bags. I don't want I don't want to take you back there. L. K. and nearly twenty thousand glassy envelopes in the apartment that sits across the street from PS forty. Nine on Willis Avenue Andrea Fortieth Street. One hundred forty three hundred fortieth just this right in. Look I'm telling you right. There are forty nine chill read about.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It's something big and monumental or ero winning setting the record that dictate what we're going to do the next year but if something i'm like that doesn't happen then we get the choose and sometimes we we show the paddock which is my favorite half acre of ground on the planet. <hes> we get to show something from the back side of the track down the folks <hes> washing horses or or or hot walking them and it it's as i say if a privilege and you're right it hard we've got thirty. Four thirty. Four in the locker and thirty five is coming up. So what are we going to do. I don't know well always manage to pull the rabbit out of the hat and should also mention i because i brought it up with brian earlier in the meet when we talked about about the book that he and michael beach did and the arrogate image <hes> is on the cover of the the trap one hundred fifty years <hes> book to isn't that a great book i was so proud of evin michael beach <hes> i i know because bryant and old trend that you've he's been working night and day on that book for as long as i can remember you know a hundred and one hundred forty nine hundred fifty chapters so to speak <hes> and when he asked me if i would help him out with some of the artwork i was just delighted to be part of a book that i think is gonna sit on coffee tables for a generation <hes> an interesting story. I think is that when we got together a month a month a month ago to work on the artwork for parts of that book <hes> we talked about doing the image that actually ended up on the back cover of the book and the name of that image is called saratoga tokyo tranquility and its view of the <hes> of the grandstands in the clubhouse from the infield and with the lake in front of you <hes> it's a very unusual image i had to <hes> i it was really hard to figure out how to do that and he wanted a we discuss cut pudding famous racehorses between the pond and the the grandparents and then we had to figure out who soaks that would be and then it got so convoluted that it couldn't possibly be a front cover and so we decided we'll doesn't it make sense that we use arrow the record holder that most that's spectacular horns so <hes> the <hes> the that we worked so hard on <hes> ended up on the back cover which i was delighted with and we used arrogate to the front and that was actually brian decision and i thought it was. I thought it was a great stroke so i'm delighted. I'm thrilled to be part of that that book and anybody that hasn't seen it. I i would recommend that you go out either by it or thumb through it because i certainly have my copy well. I've got that i've got <hes> the the wonderful book that the late vic did with you the twenty five years of travers art <hes> <hes> got that up. He's sitting right behind me there and countless you know that i've got countless <hes> posters that <hes> basically are the definition <hes> in art form of of saratoga and just just synonymous and everywhere you go in in this region and not just this region. It's it's fun greg. When you go to a restaurant somewhere and and you see you see one of your posters. I always file and it's you know no fan. I am of what you do. It's just tremendous berry. Thank you very much. I tell people that this is a a <music> a very small but very loyal and and remarkable fan base that saratoga has and <hes> i the poster i get orders. <hes> i get orders from all over the world i i've just off a couple of posters to a tiny town <hes> <hes> in queensland australia and i sent them to south africa. I've been any place there's a horse fan. Dan <hes> yeah and there's a market and i hear from because of the internet because the internet i hear from people all over for the world and i hit a big market is is great britain..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Four fifty three as and freedom with us tonight is Aria Michael edmark and we've been talking about the G._D._p.. Are and various problems in regards to this whole nationalist or the European Union. It's a nation so so what would you call that. It's a federation. It's yeah it's a federation so what's interesting. The United States used to be a federation well. It is a federation well. It's just that functions like a state. The the thing is that it's been it's a federation. That's been around long enough so the power has full float upward as it tends to do and and the happening with the e you today you read earlier when you're reading about this so you you the title of this <hes> Jack Whole who's talking here is something about Blah Blah Blah the German state right right and and that is right in the name of our states right. It's they are the sovereign organizations here. The United States is a Federation of sovereign organizations have decided to work together exactly like the European Union is set up to be. I've argued by so many liberals on this subject like the State of California was where one of these people was from and it actually has the Republic of California right their own. It's flag trying to explain to this college educated liberal that the California was a sovereign state. Its Own Republic was it was a monumental waste of time. They never learned that in college because they they're not taught that in college. You're taught got something else entirely indeed functionally. It's best if you don't learn that because that's not how life is life is that the United States that Washington D._C.. Is the world's most powerful city state and you will do what it says or suffer the consequences now the state you know the states themselves have all lost their sovereignty mostly not because it was taken from them by Washington D._C.. But because they were bribed out of it by Washington D._C.. See because it has the power to create money does make sure takes your taxes and then gives them back to the state right and then the states the state's desperately need that and so they want it and they'll do whatever it takes just to get it. The reason that we have seatbelt laws in forty nine out of fifty states is because the Department of the Department of Transportation or whatever the organization N._T._S._B.. I Dunno decided that it would hand out you know a not the biggest bribe in the world but a bribe to states to get them to make seatbelt laws and now you mentioned forty nine hundred fifty states. I assume New Hampshire is the only state new only state in the union that does not have a seatbelt law for adults and and either it's no helmet law either but in this case the they didn't take the three million dollars. I happen to know that I was sitting was some some session or whatever they're trying well. We want this three million dollars three million dollars nothing think about for roads I mean you're talking about nothing. At this point maybe when they passed the laws or whatever and New Hampshire is GONNA get three million dollars thirty years ago fifty years ago three million dollars would have built a few miles road today. It barely gets the construction company wake up right. I mean it's nothing so the you know..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Bomani Jones will disagree with STAN Van Gundy about the greatness of the movie hoosiers. But before we do that we do this every week during the basketball season. Stan Van Gundy, welcome back came Knicks. We've missed you STAN Van Gundy is going to give you his hot basketball nuggets in your face. And now time to stay van Gundy's, top NBA nuggets, owning Durst show. The thing. There are a theme this week stand just the NBA finals, Dan. All right. I mean he's used up most of his good stuff today on the show, he's come with fire again. And again, so, honestly, what is he going to say it's actually about the Memphis grizzlies. So the number three best nugget of the week, according to STAN Van Gundy is if Toronto can win tonight. They will become the first team to win three road games in the final since the Lakers in two thousand and one but with both teams already having one to away games in the series. We are assured that we will have only the third team in fifty years to win two road games but still lose the finals the last being Phoenix twenty six years ago man. Good nugget, and dropping bombs third-best one. All right. The second best nugget is the magnitude of Golden State's loss of Kevin Durant cannot be overstated to rant is one of only four players to have averaged over thirty points per game in his NBA finals career playing. Over ten games, and he has been by far the most efficient of the great scorers. The gold standard for shooting his fifty forty nine hundred fifty percent from the floor forty percent from three and ninety percent from the free throw line team in the final. Hey d- has shot fifty five forty five and ninety one..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Spacing a Republican presidential candidate widely reviled. Among the party's rank and file nominate a seemingly safe establishment figure to keep their hold on the White House to the party's shock and horror. They're establishment figure loses the general election. The reviled. Republican becomes president could nineteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy seventy-two reappear in not only twenty sixteen but in the presidential race of twenty twenty. Here's Wall Street Journal, executive Washington editor Jerry cyb on his story, Jerry. How do you see it? There's an interesting. The Democrats might wanna think about in terms of the cycle that they're in now and their move body logically to the left, which is kind of what you're seeing the democratic national party today. Some people look at a similar situation in the past and wonder if they're hearing echoes of it now, and the parallel is to nineteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy-two for Democrats in nineteen sixty eight Democrats had been in the White House for eight years just as Democrats had been in two thousand sixteen they faced a Republican that liberals really dislike intensely, Richard Nixon, just as liberals would just like Donald Trump now to defeat Richard Nixon in nineteen sixty eight the Democrats picked a very safe establishment candidate, Hubert Humphrey, who was in fact, the vice president, then he any lost in a close election. He lost the Richard Nixon this made liberals in the Democratic Party, very angry and very upset, and they thought the party needed to show, its true, ideological colors, more and be bolder. So in nineteen seventy. To the party had moved to the left nominated George McGovern a much more liberal candidate who then got swapped by Richard Nixon. He lost forty nine hundred fifty states. So you fast forward to today, and you think well Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton centrist establishment in two thousand sixteen they lost Donald Trump the liberal wing of the party is outraged by that they're saying let's stop compromising with moderate candidates. Let's be bolder pick somebody from the left. There's a lot of energy after the party does history repeat itself to the Democrats nominated more liberal candidate. And then basically.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KTOK

"A Republican presidential candidate widely reviled. Among the party's rank and file nominate a seemingly safe establishment figure to keep their hold on the White House to the party's shock and horror. They're establishment figure loses the general election. The reviled. Republican becomes president could nineteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy-two reappear in not only twenty sixteen but in the presidential race of twenty twenty. Here's Wall Street Journal, executive Washington editor Jerry cyber on his story, Jerry. How do you see it? There's an interesting precedent. The Democrats might wanna think about in terms of the cycle that they're in now and their move body logically to elect which is kind of what you're seeing on the democratic national party today. Some people look at a similar situation in the past and wonder if they're hearing echoes of it now, and the the parallel is tonight. Eighteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy-two for Democrats in nineteen sixty eight Democrats had been in the White House for eight years, just as Democrats had been in two thousand sixteen they faced a Republican that liberals really disliked intensely, Richard Nixon, just as liberals would just like Donald Trump now to defeat Richard Nixon in nineteen sixty eight the Democrats picked as very safe establishment candidate, Hubert Humphrey, who was in fact, vice president then he lost in a close election. He lost to Richard Nixon this made liberals in the Democratic Party, very angry and very upset, and they thought the party needed to show its true ideological colors, more and be boulder. So in nineteen seventy two the party had moved to the left and nominated George McGovern a much more liberal candidate who then got swapped by Richard Nixon. He lost forty nine hundred fifty states. So you fast forward to today, and you think we'll Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton centrist establishment in two thousand sixteen. They lost Donald Trump. The liberal wing of the party is outraged by that they're saying let's stop compromising with moderate candidates. Let's be bolder and pick somebody from the left. There's a lot of energy in the left to the party does history repeat itself do the Democrats nominated more liberal candidate..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To see how this university complies with title nine pedal nine regulations that they're going to have to put up with now that they're going to be accepting biological males in university just to appease this PC crowd. They've actually opened paint doors box haven't they because now I can go, obviously. A big strong Vero, man. I know that you were thinking that can I go and say, hey, I'm gonna go play on on your your softball team. I'm gonna go playing your soccer team. Even though you don't have got different bone structure different. Muscular already different voice different. The hormones in my body simply because I say, I'm non binary. I don't have a gender you must let me and now I wanna see joepags on the the women's power. University. I think records records. Boxers open, though, right cabinet, the days say non binary that means that you could quite literally go there and say, I'm not choosing a gender. You have to let me in. I did a video on this campus for about a year and a half ago. I went to university of Maryland, and I dressed as a guy jeans t-shirt walked around with a clipboard and told people I said guys identifies a female. I wanna play on the women's basketball team signed this petition to only play on the women's basketball team. Just just like that didn't have a wig tell me nobody signed it. Tell nine forty nine hundred fifty students that day site by listen, I had a faculty member sign that petition. And really really where is the line where you saw that? You know, I think it was in Texas a high school wrestler. Jacked up on steroids. Just second consecutive state title. It really is. It's the post truth era that we're living in right now. And that's exactly right. The microcosm of this this female in Texas, who's taking steroids like crazy because one day. She and mom had a conversation. You feel like you're a boy. And she said, yeah, I think I'd do it. Mom said well, great. Let's load you full of steroids hormones and make that so I mean at some point especially higher learning. Okay. Moms can be dumb dad's. I'm a data can be dumb. But if you're an institute or institution of higher learning, and you're getting paid a lot of money to educate people. How can you possibly turn your back on biology yet? I'm sure they offer biology in the school. Yeah. It's the joy of intersectional. Feminism intersection at six now in the left. You're seeing now that it is now feminist to support men essentially dominating women in sports, and to try and say, this is feminism now, and I really do think this is what happens when many many people in universities. They they know. No science. They know biology, and they know truth, but they are intentionally ignoring it because they are so afraid of hurting people's feelings. There's nothing wrong. You know, I'm very Libertarian-leaning issues where if you want to go live your life over you, please go do it. But when it starts to infringe on our academic institutions when it starts to infringe on what we call truth. That's when I have a problem. I think most Americans are have a problem with it. And I just think it all stems from this fear of potentially hurting someone's feelings and saying, well, no, we're actually knocked Dr women's university because you're not actually a woman, and that's where I think this is going. Well, there's something to the fact that there are variable issues in our lives. There are fixed issues in our lives. I thought the fixed issues were done taming of the shrew trying to convince somebody that the sky is blue..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Winning forty nine hundred fifty states and barely losing the one St. he lost Minnesota. Which was Mondale's home state, and he lost it by only three thousand votes, he gave that state to Mondale not humiliate them. And when fifty fifty states. Ronald Reagan lost the same amount of seats. Folks. I'm just I'm not trying to be pollyannaish. I want to be clear on this. And I'm not trying to sit here and say, let's put lipstick on it. It was a great night. There are a lot of downs. Okay. A lot of things happened last night that we're down, and I'm gonna get to those because this because I want to continue to fight today. Always. Because I always fight the fight matters the sacrifices, everything this is your defining moment is the fight you engage in not necessarily results at the end. That's what pills the character here. Right. We still have to know where we lost. Why we lost some of the stuff that happened? All right. Let's get to some of the other the other downsides here. I leave you with some good stuff. Okay. The Medicaid expansion. The Medicaid expansion is is disastrous. It's to looks like it's going to pass three out of four states where it was on the ballot Utah, Idaho, and Nebraska, the Medicaid expansion for you all in in those states disaster. I don't know what you were voting for. But you're voting you're now going because remember Joe the difference here the federal government, would it expands. Medicaid can borrow money. The federal government will borrow money a print money the states don't have that power. So to the people of Utah to Hawaii pass this. I'm not sure, but you ever you have a balanced budget. Most of these states have balanced budgets written into their constitution or have amendments that dictate. So meaning if that Nebraska measure cost them seven percent more money as I saw this would something like five hundred ninety one million more dollars over time that money has to come from somewhere. It has to come from your cops, your firemen, your schoolteachers Nebraska can't print Nebraska money. Nebraska can only use the money given to it by the Federal Reserve. It has no ability to print its own. And a lot of these states have no ability to run up debt meaning that zero sum Joe, meaning wherever that money. Nice. They just called Rick Scott nice. They just called the Rick Scott race to in the Senate. This is awesome. This is why I want to be on the air so bad that I should live show last night. It was so exciting folks this money has to come from somewhere, the Medicaid expansion passing it three or four states is going to come out of the wallets of if you're cops. If you're firemen if your teachers your pension money too. That's just a fact I'm just stating you in arithmetic pro an arithmetic tautological statement the money has to come from somewhere. Everybody wants to give away free stuff doesn't understand that one. There's no money fairy. The federal government can act like a money fairy for a temporary temporary amount of time by printing money and inducing big time inflation later, but the states can't do that. Ain't nothing free babe. No, no hate to. Maybe we'll put that on a shirt ain't nothin' free, babe. That. Maybe we'll by the way, folks, one quick thing. I haven't mentioned in a while. We have this chump store to get off track with some store on our site. All of our proceeds go to go to charity will the south. Hey, at the end of the year how much it is. I can tell you right now..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"Of multiracial meritocracy. That is the fundamental social combat on wishing a points based. And if that compact is broken, this is a small place if there has broken is going to be very difficult if not impossible together now in southeast Asia as a whole, the role of Oversea-Chinese is always going to be a sensitive issue, but is affec- unfortunately it is now in nineteen fifty five. The Chinese between ninety forty nine hundred fifty five. The Chinese communist party and the town. In feel opposition for the allegiance of the overseas Chinese communities of southeast Asia in ninety fifty five, four of ride the reasons, the Chinese communist. The wisely in my in my in my view, made a distinction within the horror which is excellent Chinese overseas, which can be of any citizenship and the patio, which is a thick Chinese of ESE nationality and basically toll the Kwara elbow, Biko citizens of your countries wherever you more recently. However, they have tried. They have much this. The narrative of the great rejuvenation of China under the leadership of the communist party, which it knowledgeable room very insistently under sitting same's that the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation is of importance to is of should be about all Chinese. In other words, a blurring of this cinch in between the Horan and watcher Oganization Alie inbox this year, the Overseas Chinese Affairs office was placed under the control of the United front work department of the Chinese communist party. Now, I think this is rather cited because if something happens in southeast Asia to the Chinese communities which has happened a riot racial riot, which unfortunately cannot be entirely ringed out. This puts the Chinese offense. Most recently in Malaysia. It was not the main reason why. The recent election, but it was one of these. The opposition use this effect and the Chinese ambassador in Malaysia during the election. Soy fit to go and openly campaign for a ethnic Chinese candidate. Government Kennedy, listen, the gentleman lost. They like, I don't really understand why they have decided to blood. Is this diction by it is most unwise, not in China's own interest. That's very interesting. And I wanted to ask you about it because I've been reading some of the press reports where you've been quoted and so on. Let's turn now to the role of the United States, and I know you're keen watcher of American foreign policy as well. And we've seen US foreign policy toward Asia, including southeast Asia, kinda Volve from at least in the last two administrations from the pivot to Asia or the. Rebalanced policy of President Obama to now the free and open Indo Pacific policy of the Trump administration. The new policy seems to take a more confrontational approach toward China, at least rhetorically. And I'm wondering how you evaluate the current trends in US policy and any recommendations you might have for the Trump administration? Well, if you look at it, I don't like the rebalance only slightly better because it knows inconstancy what what way can be can another way. But actually, if you look at US policy since the early seventies, what has been most evident is consistency. You are here and I don't see any sign of you retreating the great disruption of US. Policy's always Asia was the Nixon doctrine. The doctrine in ninety sixty nine. And since then there has been fluctuations from administration, administration, because every ministration obliged to distinguish yourself from the previous one, even if the distinctions minute and the free and open Indo Pacific is the latest iterating of what has been actually very consistent policy. I get a useful to Indo Pacific in so far as draws attention to the strategic connections between the Indian Pacific oceans which have always existed, but have become more more clearer. Immoral seniors. But it's very broad slogan..

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Dude Soup

"Yeah sorry quote we have high hopes when it comes to that title talking about cyber palm the campaign the marketing campaign well surely be more expensive than in the case of witcher three but it is to really discuss the details it closer we are to the premier the more precise expectations become and then we will know more or less how much we want to spend on promotion this is the standard in the business there you go folks you got it right there ironclad headline they're going to spend more on promotion for several punk twenty seventy seven than they did on the witcher three do you keep finding these news yes doesn't need it locked it in because everyone knows oh well i was gonna say they need to be educated on these are two different franchises nobody witcher three was so such like a critical claim that i feel like people are just going to everyone's gonna by saturday will twenty seventy seven so it's going to be successful game we're all gonna love it much fan fantasies kind of hiring because like game of thrones it was the third whicher yes this is the first several tweets we've all been there actually might be a rude awakening here we go oh yeah blade runner didn't do so great i mean i think it did find that it was it didn't do fine the movie why the failure didn't do mine because you couldn't be there i wouldn't saw twice but why no i'm saying didn't do fine because you either you can do it in touch joy you can't even if you talk his joy the woman yeah joys the hologram woman i'm looking into armas so john's right this game will revolutionize pop culture and as we know it because we'll finally understand what living the perfect life is once we're sitting here playing cyberpunk twenty seventy seven probably about a week from now that's what i guess next mony threes so yeah next to we're all going to be twenty forty nine hundred fifty million dollars that yet twenty nine yes worldwide made two hundred and fifty nine million that's really it's that is absolutely how much did the sad rule i agree it's a great movie to wait too long he got to do it.

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"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"forty nine hundred fifty" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Elsie our sympathy six flush it up wrong just like in a prices right who got the lows one we say 55 i said yes while he's forty nine hundred fifty two guys orange reiter or you want to be you want the news you know what israel name is on a son and our ran rico yes robert van winkle discern analysts better watch out man yeah or dan moisture rise be careful forty nine yet as crazy i didn't i have no idea parliament what is your confidence level to enrich he'll tonight uh you know what's really interesting is the i think there might be the first are we brought up his name in almost two hours and we've been top of the dodgers orlando heard high prior averages igor oh yeah we were to our current charlotte mri right and and you know what i think this is this is really a big time moment for for rich hero because he is some were over an afterthought in this larger conversation we had in fact when you look at all the starting pitchers he's the one who actually pitched pretty well and again you know what i'm saying didn't give up our image the best he would pitched as i gotta but those are the two guys you a least expected to have the best games how would per hour right right i would feel i guess i'm confident about him on his era is a little under three and three starts in a postseason a what can you you know 13 in and compete for enron's what he will you think you know we keep whenever i mean i'm not really trip up i like the collected a lot better than i did watching kershaw leaving here's a name again leaving in the fifth inning the com p colognebased the competitor in me would be by you know work airbus timer everybody else manner there kershaw blah blah blah i hope he goes out.

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