35 Burst results for "Fourteen"

French Police Clash With Anti-Virus Pass Protesters in Paris

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 11 hrs ago

French Police Clash With Anti-Virus Pass Protesters in Paris

"There are more protests in France this weekend over a new requirement that a special coronavirus past be shown to enter restaurants and other public places liberty was the slogan of the day at past protests across France March is two estimates of more than two hundred thousand people around the country more than fourteen thousand in Paris tensions flared in front of the Moulin Rouge nightclub lines of police face down protesters using their fists on several occasions some in the crowd hurled objects police fired tear gas and water cannons say three officers were injured what we see one protester was seen bleeding from the head with over nineteen infection spiking in France and hospitalizations rising lawmakers have passed a bill requiring a special pass in most places as of August ninth the path requires a vaccination or quick negative test or proof of a recent recovery from covert nineteen polls show a majority of French support the pass I'm Ben Thomas

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U.S. Worker Pay Rises Strongly as Businesses Fight to Fill Jobs

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Worker Pay Rises Strongly as Businesses Fight to Fill Jobs

"A healthy increase in the second quarter wages and salaries as employers try to fill millions of available jobs the labor department says pay increased one percent for the three month period that ended in June for workers in the private sector that's down slightly from the first quarter but still the second highest increase in more than a decade for the year ending in June wages and salaries for private sector workers jumped three and a half percent the biggest increase in more than fourteen years however total compensation for all workers which included a slowing in the growth of benefits rose just point seven percent in the second quarter and just under three percent in the past year my camp in Washington

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Gun Violence in America: Newark

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Gun Violence in America: Newark

"For decades newark new jersey was listed among the country's most dangerous large city. Going to begin with that breaking news in newark. Police are confirming. This was a targeted shooting. Deadly shootings in newark. In less than two days the city of about two hundred and seventy thousand six just on the other side of the hudson river from new york and had the nation's third worst murder rate for large cities in two thousand thirteen or almost fifty consecutive years newark had been in the top ten most violent city. List's akilah arouses the president of the newer community street team. A group that works to reduce crime through community outreach cheryl says by the nineteen sixties newark and particularly its communities of color suffered under the weight of poverty discrimination and violence and it was made worse when crack. Cocaine hit the street. In the nineteen eighty. All of us agree that the gravest domestic threat facing our nation today is drug eighties. With the crack epidemic hit urban communities across the country it decimated newark as it decimated most black neighborhoods across country. Trauma was allowed to fester in ripple and and so we saw the impact of of those policies around the world drugs and world violence drugs or menacing our society they're threatening our values and undercutting our institutions how it impacted like kind of young black men and also communities of color all across the country newark was no not excluded from that but starting in two thousand fourteen things began to change newark new jersey tonight. Tatting a big drop in crime and cheryl says with the election of mayor razz baraka. The city took a new approach immediately. Started the work on building out. This complementary strategy to policing the newark community street team as he at the same time started to doing some reform within the police department. The raka broad public safety under one umbrella police fire and other safety groups under a newly created department of public safety. A move to the city says help simplify operations and reduce costs but it would take more than that to see lasting change. There has been progress helped. In part by a legal settlement in two thousand sixteen the city of newark reached an agreement with the department of justice following an investigation into newark. Police

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Steve Bannon on How Trump Is a Figure of Divine Provenance

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:26 min | 2 d ago

Steve Bannon on How Trump Is a Figure of Divine Provenance

"At most people know you if know you from war room and so many people Listen and watch it but they would know you obviously from the trump administration in my mind. You were one of a handful of people tiny handful there really seemed to understand the cultural import of what trump represented talk about that just for a moment because that's the bigger issue and that's why what happened. In the united states it was a global phenomenon. Not many people were talking about the global phenomenon. That happened you were were one of the few. Yeah look. i've been working on this since the since the financial crisis of two thousand eight. When i kind of you became a filmmaker got gotta walk away from the banking and finance business off but the way i think the most the best way to think about it is kind of from your writings particularly your book on bond popular. Just one of my favorite books in your current books divine. Providence is active in our lives and our world affairs in you. Meet these providential characters and donald trump was fathered entry. I mean he kind of galvanized in a person in a leader. Many of the undercurrents that have been going on this country particularly this populism this economic nationals understanding that this globalisation was more than just economic. There was something deeply against the christian western Against all spiritual endeavors right and. I think we're saying that. I think you're seeing now in this kind of the ball. Face marxism materialism anti spiritualism of this global elite. Right in in retaliation of how they wanted force are there. Raina terror You're seeing so. I think that very early on i was fortunate enough. You'll my education were at work. The see trends then to be andrew breitbart arguer than andrew passed away. I kinda ran the site. The years was really a big supporter of trump's early on back at thirteen and fourteen. Because i saw him. As a oculus leader there was going to go against traditional controlled opposition republicanism and now in the fight for our lives in the fight for their. It's everything we've been talking about. What a four turney is in a fight for the country but the important things trump is. He is a providential figure he was. I think we only want through the intercession of divine providence. In sixteen

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Patiño Blanks Yanks as Rays Pound Cole, Bullpen in 14-0 Rout

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Patiño Blanks Yanks as Rays Pound Cole, Bullpen in 14-0 Rout

"Louise Pertini out pitch Gerrit Cole in the race exploded for ten runs in the sixth inning of a laugher against the Yankees fourteen nothing between you allowed three hits over six innings striking out eight and walking to call meanwhile was changed in the sixth in charge with a season high eight runs seven earned on six hits over five in the third Brett Phillips launched a grand slam during the big sixth inning innings like that games like that are few and far between throughout the course of the season Salazar you know that's what makes baseball so fun right there baseball's fun as for the grand slam yeah first one of my career feels great Austin meadows homered twice and had five RBIs is Tampa Bay avoided a three game sweep I'm Dave Ferrie

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Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:36 min | 2 d ago

Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth

"Reflecting a lot lately about what is it. Has it been about my life experience that has helped me see this long view. It a relatively hung aids and i think i think it's been my proximity to death Having lost my mom at twenty eight when she was sixty three years old having last three or four friends all women of color to suicide early twenties two weeks after i gave birth to my best friends from high school died unexpectedly and experienced walking with my mom. Her last few months On earth when she was after battling cancer for fourteen years in walking with her and alongside her and feeding her and changing her and carrying for her and loving for her and being in the room when she transitions think those experiences throughout the course of my life have allowed me an insight into just how precious and finite and short life can be and so the question then becomes our time on. Earth is not guaranteed. It's okay to just do what we can do over here and enjoy it all happen And i wonder how much that might be. Reflected generational with other folks In particular of of young black folks in the us who had grown up alongside and becoming behind me who have seen death literally become spectacle in front of our eyes. He's constant encounter with via social media whether it be police shootings where other things that are. Now just right in front of our eyes And given that we live in a culture in the us that is not well we like like to shut it down any any case yeah I wonder if emerging out of this twenty twenty moment. There might be a reintregation of how he sit with death and grief not as like something that is sad that dwelling

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Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

Dressed: The History of Fashion

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits

"The nineteen seventy six summer olympics or the games of the twenty first summer olympiad held in montreal canada so many highlights april so little time. Six thousand eighty four athletes from ninety two countries came to compete in one hundred ninety eight events. Women's basketball rowing and team handball are introduced for the first time the fourteen year. Old gymnast nadia comenici of romania became the first ever gymnast to score a perfect ten after her uneven bars performance and any fashion history-making moment for the first time ever in the history of these summer olympic opening ceremony. The us women athletes are wearing dumped. It on and this is the part where regular nurse nurse. Say here we go again. Because women athletes had of course already been wearing bifurcated garments as part of their competition uniforms. They had actually even been wearing pants or bifurcated. Garments at the opening ceremonies of the winter games since the nineteen fifties as protection from the cold of course but in the history of the summer olympics. The prayed uniform was always in line with the fashionable silhouette and also the side dress codes of any given period and up until this point these kind of more quote unquote formal occasion. Something like an opening ceremony would have called for skirts and not pants. But during the fashion revolution of the nineteen sixties women fought really hard to break down gender barriers and this included these social codes. That barred them from wearing pants. Outside of leisure or sports settings it was a hard one battle and one thousand nine hundred. Ninety six olympics really reflected this seismic shift in the broader social. Moore's that had begun to accept women in pants for most occasions.

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Larry Elder Criticizes Gavin Newsom's Policies and Spending

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 3 d ago

Larry Elder Criticizes Gavin Newsom's Policies and Spending

"Seems like he's he's worried it seems like nine c. pelosi's neff new gruesome use is wide because every week he's coming up with with another plot to buy off voters correct. Larry that's correct even the outgoing governor. Jerry brown criticised spending with this governor has just done. Is he giving people a whole year. Risk-free free on top of the three hundred dollars that you get up until at least september and this is why california jobs are recovered only to the extent of fifty percent as opposed to two-thirds and the rest of the country. I have a lot of friends who operate small businesses while great restaurants. They cannot find people to work a group of economists from bank of america. they weren't trumpers all said anybody making about thirty two thousand dollars a year or less is better off. Not were working and this is what they've done and again. What gavin do some has done is that he is forced all these businesses to shut up. You may not know. This ran a small business. I practiced law for a while. But i ran a small business. Fourteen years. it was successful. I sold it relocated to california. The business kept want most businesses that are small ceo. Those that succeed are often just despair payroll the payroll. How many dreams that each. How many how many lives he dash you put your hopes and dreams in the business and they were all gone because at this guy and people are furious. And i want to remind people. There's a direct connection between the crime and the homelessness and the cost of living and this man and the policy that have been pushed by the super majorities of democrats in the lower and upper chambers of the legislature. Here in california.

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Jake Recaps an Unreal $40K Weekend

Cracking Aces

02:44 min | 4 d ago

Jake Recaps an Unreal $40K Weekend

"Jake you had a good weekend. You finish eighth in the five hundred dollar bracelet event for almost nine k. You chopped the party to fifteen major for six point five k. And you finished second in the w three twenty one hundred k. Guaranteed whilst heads up to a ten cents and go grindr which that got so so you got. You got twenty three for that. So that's what people wanna talk about. Is that that specific tournament score both burkey matt burke who you've had on the show software why he was streaming it with you at his table from maybe fourteen down and he made the final table as well and it was one of the more wild just rides to the final table. It was pretty crazy. I mean it's funny. How things can change so quickly. Because i mean i basically the chip lead from like i think eighty cash biscuit the chip lead from when the money head down to maybe like sixteen or seventeen and then all of a sudden. We're basically like there's twelve left. Eleven that them on the bubble. And it's like there's and on my table. It's me burkey Vlad was was a turning rag Another attorney rag. And i'll emc each in then the other table go now. The goat was on the other table. Chair Whenever his name was hammy or whatever you know jamming fish that ended up winning it Who was just like a total wild card and so it was i. I was actually fortunate to be pretty card debt and not really have like any like supergirl spots we final table. I literally the first hand this final table. This this guy opens under the gun and then calls like twenty blind region with queens suited And i'm like and i had to like i wasn't even like jan j hammy called with the quincy to raise called. Maybe two hands later. I mean it was just it was just wild. It was like he basically just like would randomly go and pre flop for any amount and he would call any amount like it was actually kinda gross. Because with like five left's i think I was five or five. And i had like seventeen blinds. Ali opens the cutoff and have an incredibly easy region with sixes on the button. But i'm man like obviously this is just like a amazing spot but this guy might call with jack antonoff from big blind like he's stole the chip lead end up getting through and didn't really face any. Ah of those like crazy hands until we got ended up getting heads

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Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Ex-Airman Sentenced to 45 Months for Leaking Drone Info

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Exeter man has been sentenced to forty five months in prison for leaking drone information a former Air Force intelligence analyst and later defense contractor was sentenced to forty five months in prison Tuesday for leaking a dozen secret and top secret documents on U. S. drone strikes to a reporter in twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen thirty three year old Daniel Hale accepted responsibility for his actions but he told a federal judge he felt compelled to leak the information out of guilt over his own participation in the program that he believed indiscriminately killed civilians in Afghanistan prosecutors said documents leaked by Hale were founded in internet compilation of material designed to help Islamic state fighters avoid detection court papers did not specify the recipient of the leaked information but details about the case made it clear the documents were given to Jeremy Scahill a reporter at the intercept might cross CO Washington

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California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 4 d ago

California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It

"Gavin newsom has a problem on his hands. He's got. He's got a problem with a lot of disaffected angry. Frustrated californians who just simply are fed up with the direction the state is going. And i'm hearing from california's every day. Who say larry elder is exactly what this state needs. And where do you start. Two point two million californian signed a petition to recall this man and it is estimated that between twenty five percent. They've even thirty percent. Were independent and democrats voted him just two years earlier. You start with the famous meal that he had at the restaurant called the french laundry. I never heard of it. Until until i found out it was in napa valley and i thought it was one of the most elite restaurants in california is not i thought it was. The most elite restaurant in america is not one of the most elite restaurants in the world and wind. Tab alone was twelve thousand dollars being picking picking it up and it wasn't just that he was dining there while he was shutting down business elsewhere. He was dining with the very same medical professions. Who dropped who drafted the corona virus mandate. They were violating. They weren't totally distancing wearing masks and meanwhile he has his own kids in private education in school and he exempted his own winery from the mary a mandate he was imposing on everybody else. Now i was a small businessman. I ran a business for fourteen years. It was accessible. I sold it was still going after i sold. It didn't liquidated didn't go bankrupt. But i will tell you more. Nearly half of all small businesses in going bankrupt and those revive are often operating on very thin margins. How many lies. How many dreams. How many hopes that. He just dashed by shutting down this date in the most severe way than any other governor.

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No More Ransom Saves Almost €1 Billion in Ransomware Payments in 5 Years

Cyber Security Headlines

01:51 min | 5 d ago

No More Ransom Saves Almost €1 Billion in Ransomware Payments in 5 Years

"No more ransom project. Five years in the project was launched in two thousand sixteen as a public private partnership between european law enforcement and security industry leaders mcafee and kaspersky five years into the project now boast one hundred seventy members and claims to have helped six million ransomware victims saving over one billion euros in ransom payments. The project currently offers one hundred and twenty-one free tools able to decrypt one hundred and fifty one ransomware families with a crypto. Sheriff tool that attempts to match uploaded encrypted files to match descriptors. Google cloud commits to api's whether consumer products or commercial api's google has obtained a reputation for abruptly killing services to combat. This image as an enterprise vendor. The company announced. It will now designate a subset of. Api's across the company as google enterprise. Api's which will be subject to strict guidelines about how any change to them would impact consumer software built around them. This will include api's from google workplace. Google maps and a majority of google cloud according to google cloud. Vp kripa christian. The program is built on the principle that no feature may be removed or changed in a way that is backwards incompatible for as long as customers are actively using it. What's app. Ceo details twenty nineteen pegasus spyware attack. Ceo will cathcart said that the recently disclosed list of phone numbers allegedly targeted for spyware by nso. Group clients mirrored a similar incident. Whatsapp defended against in twenty nineteen back. Then the platform found pegasus. Spyware used to target fourteen hundred. What's app users including senior government officials journalists and human rights activists over a two week period. What's that brought a lawsuit against. Nso group in two thousand nineteen four the attack. That is still ongoing. The underlying facts in the case are not in dispute rather if nso or its sovereign customers are to blame for the use of its spyware

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Connecting the Dots for Publishers Feat. Kavita Shenoy

Advertising Is Dead

02:28 min | 5 d ago

Connecting the Dots for Publishers Feat. Kavita Shenoy

"Welcome back to advertising his dead beard. Coweta aiko w we finally doing this And i'm seeing finally because we went through some circles to start off this recording value for you. You had to figure room. Happy valley do the he'd be head of walmart. Divide before we could record. I have had a warm up in more than one. Run up and down. These takings is a be shouting about connected loom. That's not sounding roomy. Because she was upset about the fact that might have f. But i'm also happy doing this. Because i know over the last few months of admin gonna visions space in what's happening with that going to india listener unnoticed. Ingeborg the ghana. Meaning everything else. But there's another huge offered. And i know what you been building really focus on. I i want to start off by asking a The idea for the company come about our the inception and and what can lead you to starting it off so we started out long back we. We broke ground on this company. I wanna save ideo. As i was at google and i was. I wanted to work with above decide. Oh because there was a steam On the youtube side of the business of gruber who was doing a lot of work with publishers. And i happen to go along with them for some meetings and realized that most of these publishers relying heavily on youtube under decision because of that time you know Disposing aren't dando. Content distribution was still a bit expensive proposition for most. Oh more sto- in content creators. it hadn't been democratize as much as it is today. And it wasn't as cheap but they understand that data. They didn't know what do and youtube and actually google as an organization is all about simplifying scanning they don't actually give each publisher. You know very very alert expedience is onto lacrosse required for scheme. And that's davis martin but every publisher like you know has different contents dodgy so they have to use their data differently so when the ida struck me back in two thousand thirteen and then by the time i must have the courage to quit twenty fourteen and i met the founder who then don't duma co-founders Beat the tech Background an illegitimate. Who come with who has offered engineers and we basically decided to tackle the long tail. Initially world'll all of these were publishers. And tell them how to use u.

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Typhoon In-fa hits China's east coast, canceling flights

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Typhoon In-fa hits China's east coast, canceling flights

"Typing in firehose made landfall on China's east coast south of Shanghai the storm hit should be off to people living near the sea were evacuated and nine flights and trains were cancelled in the public was alluded to stain tools the typhoon hit China's Zhejiang province with rainfall of ten to fourteen inches full cost for the national weather agency about three hundred and thirty thousand residents in Shanghai southern edge were effectuated up to wind speeds reach sixty miles per hour off school hundreds of flights to Shanghai apples we canceled and more expected to be canceled I'm Karen Thomas

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The Maritime History of Fred. Olsen Cruises

The Big Cruise Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

The Maritime History of Fred. Olsen Cruises

"Family history. This week is all about fred. Also which we just briefly spoke about. what what. What's what's the story this week. Might i thought it was an interesting one. Because obviously they have been changing that fleet quite a bit the continue ships and as you mentioned of course what planning to commence inaugural voyages but the ships and the brand itself. Outside of the might not be one of the most known Cruise lines around there. But it's actually had a very long heritage. Yeah it has it so dates back. I'm one hundred seventeen years And all the way back to eighteen forties I says a family business which is which one of the things that's really interesting is being run by generations of the olson family and First An impressive Who founded the company was fridge olsen and his brothers will also captains of ships and i became ship owners so the family had a sort of a long deep rooted connection with shipping End as the company grew in terms of its size from small sort of sailing ships up to powered vessels. A variety of different members of the family were involved in operations running the company nine in eighteen seventy five to olsen took over an eight hundred full thomas. Fred olsen took command of one of his father's vessels at the age of twenty three the captain at twenty three. It's pretty impressive And so that was sort of foundation years of of the of the company And then if you fast forward to twentieth century by nineteen fourteen. The operation included forty four ships so You know much more than than one day. Passenger ships but for ships is is a big fleet

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New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:41 min | Last week

New Zealand Suspends Quarantine-Free Travel

"I leave the new zealand. Government has unfortunately posed the trans-tasman bubble from midnight. Last night. judy concerns about rising nineteen case. Thomason australia the pause effects travel from all the states and territories to new zealand and will remain in effect for eight weeks new zealand citizens. Permanent resident and fees. The whole is currently in australia. As well as trillion citizens who have recently been in new zealand and left on or off to the six april this year as well as their family members will still be allowed to return to new zealand on quarantaine free flights until next friday the thirtieth of july but this excludes anyone who's been in new south wales in the past fourteen days. Who would soon need to enter two weeks of managed isolation and quarantine on arrival back in new zealand and at the moment anyone traveling from victoria to new zealand over the next week. We'll need to self isolate for three days and get a curve attest. After arriving back in new zealand off the thirtieth of july once. That's finish next. Friday qantas's jetstar will spend almost all of their trans-tasman services at least until the twenty fifth of september when the bubble is currently scheduled to resume any zealand will continue operating but only limited trans-tasman flights and to and from oakland with various parts of new south. Wales victoria and south australia old. Currently on lockdown olas trillion station. Terry trees have unfortunately also reimposed restrictions on interstate travel and this is unfortunately prompted rex to cancel. All of its boeing seven three seven passenger services starting from tuesday of this week until at least the of august. I just on the two weeks of this point.

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Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

Techmeme Ride Home

01:48 min | Last week

Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going

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Tokyo Olympics Begin With Muted Ceremony and Empty Stadium

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Tokyo Olympics Begin With Muted Ceremony and Empty Stadium

"You have the emotion and pageantry of opening ceremonies but reminders the pandemic continues were everywhere spectators not allowed except the mask wearing dignitaries and working media the parade of athletes reduced to attempt the usual number the U. S. team led by Cole flagbearers basketball legend sue bird a four time gold medalist and Eddie Alvarez a member of the US baseball team who won silver is a speed skater at the twenty fourteen Winter Games in Sochi four time tennis grand slam champion Naomi Osaka lit the Olympic cauldron to begin sixteen days of competition I'm John other very

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"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

03:19 min | 5 months ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"My friday or my weekend. More than hearing from bruce. The former tv guy for the dan lebatardshow while you're in luck because we got him and we talked to him about a lot of things we talk to him about his massive hands whether he got sandwich a year or so ago. I was a big controversy on our show. His naps he stugatz often claimed bruce would be sleeping in the middle of the show so we talked to him about all that stuff. Bruce's a great guy a and It was a lot of fun. Me billion roy. We talked to him. I'm excited for you guys to hear it here. It is a bruce arians. A sight for sore eyes morning. Good afternoon as a noon. It bruce guy still has retirement treating you forced into early retirement and my god is great of good. I thought this is gonna take turn for the worse. i. I play golf one day a week. A Play tennis tuesday thursday saturday sunday all on monday and the ball tonight. We have breaking pickle ball. Ooh drinkable ball. Yes a little bit of tequila. Little bit of hitting the ball better hearing bottle living the life verse. Yeah my wife doesn't appreciate it is. She has to still work. But i'd be worried about falling down and vase plan now. Bruce is like twenty again. He got the knee surgeries out of the way to brandon. The and you guys make out. How's everybody doing well. We all get fired but still working still with dan. We're doing fine. We're we're not we're not with espn anymore and we don't really have a home yet right now. We're in a pirate phase. We're just a pirate ship out in the oceans by herself. Can bruce for the people that don't know you and you're very popular character on our show. What did you used to do on the side of our show. My title is considered a video slash engineer. It was sue match up the cameras to make him look all the same when we went from camera to camera. And if we run across any problems they would be. I and i had a false sense of security being an old man seventy years old. I figured they can't fire me. Well then the cobra virus that no we're not We can fire you. You're not seventy are you know. Seventy one seventy one great man. Good man good bruce. I thought and don't take the wrong way. I thought that you were like a a not in great shape like fifty four year old. seventy something. that's awesome. And i don't think i'm going to get there. I'm not in shape. Seventy-one no you're great shave seventy one you kidding me that's awesome. You're seventy one yeoman guide. Good bruce yesterday. When i went out i play golf on wednesday. I had the best round in my life. I shot in eighty eight..

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"fourteen" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Conversations

"And it was wonderful. She was sorry generous and gracious and answered all of my questions. Though I was fourteen year old for a website. She'd never heard of and it was wonderful and then in the final few minutes of course as it happened with me came the familiar crash cans cries staggered and from a couple of boys. Doesn't they were outside that I climbed up poking through the heads through the window screaming and she hides snapped ahead to see where it was coming from shelter? Sturdy Little Khanin I remember Saudi. Too late look back to me and had this beautiful but bittersweet expression of kind of sympathy and sadness on her face and sorry. Yeah the final. Few minutes were ruined some apart from that it was a solid. What conversation did you have with her later? That night Shan purely by chance I was Feeling quite decided after that I went for a little walk around the oval and sort of wandered to the back of the stage area and she was sitting there on a on a box. That SIM sound equipment at Kami. While she was having a break and she called me is run. We sat so I can't tell you could have ten minutes. It could have been on our. It felt like this just long and beautiful experience where she told me all about her life in the city. Does she had a lease guy friends. And it was never a problem or a concern for Dan than people loved them. And they had these wonderful lives and Korea's and and she said you know you live is not going to be like these right like he will. You'll get out of here and you'll find your people in your place in the world and it was the first time that anyone told me that and it was the first time the with an adult. I consider bakool candidate about what I was feeling inside about. Walls that will serve just the complete and utter despair for the world in my place and it was just this incredible moment. The never ever left me and stay with me for many years until I think it was probably only succeeds ago that Iranian show her at a low-key and home and said Oh. I go home and work. Did you remove me. She was like now and that I told her the story and she'd been she's like little shadow my call. I remember that day. What a bizarre experience and so it was really special as well but it had really been you know it might have been a day. She'd forgotten but it had been a real a real pivotal moment in your life. Finding this adult who fun. Yeah Hey you were. What kind and didn't need today? She was this. Today is sending twenty hours in this little town but she never heard of she has to be kind to me and she was senate had a really profound impact not your teachers but Brooke Satchwell as the heroine in in a sense of this story. So what plan did you come up with getting out of that school and getting out of that town? Yeah well I neither. It was not sustainable. I come close to a pretty terrible Lyson. I still had threes Sky Cigar and so I knew that I probably needed to get out of there and I came across by chance. This idea of student exchange and this agency based in Brisbane. That was running programs. Where you didn't have to be through the school through rotary as they tended to obey you could just apply and then and then you could go and so i. You know secretly requested more information in this whole pack came and visited numbers and focused on the logistics of how I could peach tomorrow. Why did he do it secretly? Why did it need to be something that you pitch to her? While I knew by just said Congo on student exchange without kind of having a full plan of how I could sell it to her and the benefits and how it might work that she would probably just bulk at the She was super protective and had all of these photos of everything from water hypes to flying too fast vehicles extended to fees for us. You know she hated the idea of me for being for example It might blow off from seeing something. She was always just petrified of of anything so unusual. You're getting applying going to a different country. Leaving Their Free USA was not going to be an easy sell so I had to be prepared so I go to. My dachshund arrive impeached to her and kind of she knew that. I was having a really tough time and she painted the school every other week. Then are demanding that something be. John and parents be dragged him since she was well away. A terrible life was to me and I think we sat down. And have these really long and candid conversation about what the opportunity could make today. And so she agreed The stumbling block was going to be paying for it. Because she was a hairdresser. My parents had sleep sort of four or five earlier. Money was really taught her raising two kids at school at that time and running and trying to keep things of large Sorry was up to my dad to to agree to fund us and we my sister and I made a road trip in three day. Impassioned and sales pitch to to try and convincing to pay for it and he agreed and he agreed North. The adversity sort of just looked at the role. Numbers thought my God like. That's that's an enormous amount of money and it was it was. It was very expensive at the time. And economists said no and I went to sleep that night and then the next morning having breakfast on our file day he He said all let us have a look at that again. We went through all the paperwork and he's sort of sat silently for a little while and then he said you Guy Jewish and it wasn't for many many years that I discovered that the not full wallows slate. My sister Ann he set up Sort of having this very harsh tarn conversation about how dangerous things were may and how worried she was in memoirs And this could be the thing that got me through and and was a bit of a circuit breaker and And it was thank God and think also her She got her to cross the line and that he paid for it way. We you sent on Exchange. I went to the US And Looting Connecticut on the East Coast Little town called seem spray. Which was just this like storybook and all American town youthful old harms the white picket fences. Winter it was just the most spectacular in our snow-covered scenery and then in spring. Everything bloomed back in summer was patriots. Go to the Lichen and then in order. Of course I've never seen deciduous trees before so sudden labeled as colors of orange and red and yellow. It was just the most beautiful town and he was your family. Who who did you leave it? I lived with a woman named Barbara and her son named Frank. Frankly nine and I was fifteen when I went on and Barbara. Was this. Just legit unlock character. She was born and raised in flushing Queens. Which is where the nanny was saying. That Oh yes one hundred percent coffee and Oh my God and a extremely loud at all times regardless of the setting And just joy Yoel and happy all the time to not have enough inviting her body and she was the most wonderful person then. I think we think in two or three days she said to me. You know g think you'll guy and I said yes. I think it was the first adult that ever said yesterday because it was kind of one of the first people that ever asked me that question in a way that wasn't militia so judgmental as she was wonderful she took me food gay youth group and she told me about you. Know Que- problem but Dr Meet Queer problem in Roman. What imagine that in grade nine and he's being in from and it was just ridiculous so colorful and amazing music and it was wonderful but even the school I went to was is huge school and I had a gay straight alliance. Which was this club. The gang heads and lesbians strike case who allies and talk about diversity acceptance and run these little workshops about anti bullying but really though is there wasn't a problem with bullying all was. It was just incredible friends with the Lacrosse captain. And the head.

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"fourteen" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Conversations

"Shannon. You a describing this horrendous incident in class which students and a teacher participated in and and how close that pushed you to the edge. What did your mom get you to do after that. Adding in the wake of that event when she saw how distressed and upset you were. Who did she take you to go and say well I so that happened on Tuesday afternoon and on Wednesday Sidearm from school. Finding I dunno a flu are ahead. I something and she kind of bought it for the first day and then by the second day. You know my acting corps acting schools. Let me out of the. Jig was up someone the Friday. She took me to see the school guidance. Counselor she sort of put talent said well. You just go back to school. What are you GonNa do with Your Life? So let's take you to say this man you can help you out and you know. Help fix this quiz clearly. Something has happened. She didn't know I wouldn't dare tell her what had happened but she knew it must have been something pretty horrific so she took me to say the school guidance counselor should have been good experience. What happened so I had never seen before. Why I say them around school but I'd never gone to physically seeing him as a student and he was this kind of Ping a few years. He was a very old school kind of guidance. Counselor but also coach. The the grateful hangs out he was kind of you know a blow explode and he sat me down and said what's going on and I said I'm being bullied and explain a couple of things without going into too much detail and he told me that it was kind of understandable that I was having a rough time because I walked in a very game. Now he said you'll walk his very guy and say it was. Your fault is what he was saying. Essentially yeah I was kind of A. I was horrified. I need my walk was gay but I tried for so long to change the way I walked and I kind of felt more disappointed that I hadn't been very successful in in changing the walk than I did in what he said but then he said you know the lifestyle that you're choosing for yourself to be gay it makes makes you a target and that's understandable because it's you know it's against the word of God and not what minimum to do all this stuff so I spent this kind of Allah just being told by Baya. Counselor Volpe people that it was my fault run and that I should just sock. Essentially how do you feel from this vantage point about that about that? Advise from the counselor. If you can call it that horrified you know in my tank up now. I ride a lot about mental health particularly youth mental health. And I know how important words are for young people than not. Just these throwaway things you know. The sticks and stones may break my binds adage just is not true and so with the benefit of hindsight on just disgusted. The an adult's that an alleged hydro particularly someone trying to support vulnerable young people would say something like that you know. It's never kyw that someone's being bullied or harassed physically assaulted and saw I feel sick now as an adult time I kind of just accepted it and figured that yet again it was my fall. Season was because of the way I was. This was happening back in the nineteen nineties. When as you say. Social media wasn't yet a part of what teenagers would dealing with but was the internet. Starting to become part of your life by the stage was offering a bit of a a line out to be the world outside of your pain. Oh definitely we had. The incident harmed for a euro. Think it was the old school. Dial up modem that made his horrific screeching noise whenever you logged on. If someone picked up the phone and the House that would cut you off. It was very very slow and there wasn't a great deal to but they would track running on your who. I think I'm used to guard. So I had hotmail account so I could email and chat tobepal and then I came across this program cold icy Cue which was kind of like very early very primitive like facebook messenger or msn or something like that. We have a contact list of friends and chat to people all day and and became this rely flying to have some sense of the world outside of Japan. Which is all I need to try to keep them alive. The world's and it was amazing probably became a little bit addicted to it. Seek out of my room ten or eleven o'clock at night when mom was asleep and stop kilos behind the modems could muffle the noise and sit there for hours and hours and then you know go to school on an hour or two slate from being apple nuts shouting to people in the northern hemisphere who were in the middle of their dies. There morning's paper about you'll six reality was that was it. Was You actually opening up about that or was it more that this was just a relief from the sort of bullying. You're encountering Dying Day at school. Yeah initially it was just. The excitement of talking to someone in America is placed on saying new film since I was a little boy and you know talking to people in Europe who spoke different language but also spoke English and had been to the Eiffel Tower. It always say love was obsessed with but then eventually I met a boy. Hurry told me that he was bisexual. And I didn't know what that was explained to me. The you know it meant that. He likes boys girls and threw him into thinking. Oh that sounds so much better than gates. Even the word itself sounds less harsh. Some sound a little bit European and the notion itself feels European sorrow sophisticated. Oh absolutely and so I kind of I was like oh well obviously that bobby bisexual. It's it's not as terrible slightly more palatable and so that was kind of a revelation and I spent a lot of times speaking to this boy who had come to terms with that a fifteen year old or the May and he was so confident about we was and you know it was tough fame of course but but he had hoped and confidence for his life which was nineteen has an signs justice or if he's keyed and so yeah that day. I decided that I was bisexual. Spoiler for a while I maintain the illusion you also starting to write for online journals writing articles and profiles. And you've got the opportunity to interview one of the big stars of of neighbors at the day Brooke Satchwell. Who was coming to you on a publicity tour of offer a community celebration till after the youth the Youth Festival. Tell me about the research that you did. How did he go about prepping for that league into you with broke? I went through every woman's MAG every TV heats and smash sheets and TV Wake Rating. Everything that I could about her? And observing different trends and our hairstyles and clothing and hard hitting interviews are the hottest heating all the big questions and of course I watched night is every day but I went back and watch the pivotal episodes. Let you know. She had a big Avatar to an fight with billy who was Susan Kennedy Sundin wanted to get into the nitty gritty emotion of that saying so that I could ask about her craft or process. I don't know but yeah it was amazing. This huge celebrity was coming to you pairing which never happened and I got the chance to interview her for this website that I run some quirky little stories about small town Australia. I'd had it was amazing. Credit the interview itself. God well it was about seventy five percent of it was great. It was in her in the change. Rooms that the local forty club all backstage as it was nine that Nice for this youth festival which was kind of like a battle the bands and she got up and spike about being actress and banging on person not taking drugs and all is Louis after she was brought in four and then her and I had an interview backstage in the grade broom which smells her date. Paysan BIARD and yeah had this ten minute will. It was meant to be ten minutes. Probably went for class at a twenty inch to be with her just surrounded by a horde of young people who are desperate to be close to her for sort of private moment.

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"fourteen" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Conversations

"Kind of commotion from the Other Boys. Eagling waiting anticipation for something. I didn't really know what was going on. And then the white or was like shoo boards in front of each other. And when you ran out of room on one you can slide it up and keep writing and of course then the teacher deep that this one morning underneath was written. Shannon Malloy Laugh skulk in these big red letters and it was horrified and everyone else thought it was hilarious. I just wanted to shrink back into my not today. Shrugs and and you know rolled his eyes than than Rise to stop rubbing it off then. A didn't come off. And as it turned out it was permanent marker and and it took a cleaner at the very end of the day to come with these corrosive sort of chemical and scrub it off and the really terrible thing was that some she must have scrubbed especially hard and left sort of scratches the for the rest of the year when the board was particularly messy and the teacher would wipe it sitter straight. The increase jewelry for you still faintly say the the outline of the letters kind of would create this little flurry of giggles again. And I swear one day I was still the teacher sort of smirk as well which was terrible as as well as these kind of verbal abuse e were physically beaten up. Can you tell me like how bad did that get? What kind of stuff did you have to go through as a fourteen year old? What what sort of physical violence deduce suffer in? In that year at school it was the full spectrum. I remembered griot. We went on a can't to is beautiful. Little spot north of Ukrainian cold starting creek and that's joust Patriots wish setting with a massive creek in the middle of it and we went there for a week in grade. I was kind of meant to be a sort of TAME building bonding introduction to leadership style retrace and one day a group of the boys grabbed me and tied me to this trae. Floats may with the paddles from these kayaks that we were using to go up and down the creek so that was kind of my introduction to the physical stuff and then it just went the full spectrum you know being punched in the back of the head being tricked shutdown stays punched in the face that was particularly horrific incident on a beach. Light one nine after a house party being to where three boys sort of came up from behind me while I was sitting on the sand. And and just cates the absolute crap out of me in the stomach in the back in the face so it was the worst of the worst usually boys you knew. Shannon that e kind of had a personal relationship with or were they strangers. There were Boyce must've voice that I knew all I didn't really have any friends who blocks. Joyce dukedom wages boys that I'd never despite Sometimes knew they were from just around the traps. It was a small town and a small school but some of them. I had never seen before in my life. There was a day that walking with a friend after we'd had some fish and chips in the park with a few other girls and this car had going up and down yelling staffan and then they stopped in this guy got out he was probably eighteen. O nine teen and and just king hit me from behind the head of never seen before in my life and I know all the boys at school who I knew them because that will popular or you know from different classes and I've never spoken to them before didn't interact with anyone really in a meaningful way. Do you think. Shannon that homophobia is the right term to describe what was motivating those boys and young men to treat you like that. It's it's funny. It's something that a thought. A lot about over the years. It's like homophobia is meant to describe a fear you know and it's in in that setting a small town in particular time in the late nineties when there wasn't a great deal of representation of Guy People. It's kind of understandable that some people might be fearful of the unknown. But this never felt fia to me you know when you scared of something you avoid it when he hired any attention. A lot of these boys have sought out. They came up tomato found where I was hiding on time. And scream things or punched me or whatever. The case May that doesn't feel like a theater made that feels like just intense hatred and so there's like a hunting for this thing that you want to stamp out and so I never felt like view is the right word Yeah Hind. That's that's the only time I can cost. It doesn't matter what was so confusing to attain jurors. Wanner the of these strangers or people are hardly nar targeting me like this what what have I ever done. You know that sort of incredible blameless nets of you as the victim in that scenario must have been so hard for you to. I mean. It's impossible to make sense of. I guess all in the beginning you know obviously a lower. These boys figured out. I was guide before I didn't really understand what it meant to be. Gay New O.'s. Very different and you know as hormones cake dino starting to develop feelings for boys which I knew was very wrong and not what I was meant to feeling that the the sort of daily existence just gave me the impression that it was my fault friend and this was just the wildlife was gonna be. This was how gay people were traded and nobody seemed to really care. Thinking was bad the that I was being Or abused and so I just kind of figured that was how life was going to be in it was it was my fault for being the walls and I really began to hate myself as well. I didn't want to be this thing. I didn't want to be constant target that would prevent me from ever having a normal life inside asphalt. Hang on just completely hated myself. You did have friends who who were a part of your life and enjoy doing love. The person that you were telling me about some of those people in your life so there were three girls that I went to primary school at a Co Ed school. And we kind of friends sort of bonding backstreet. Boys and you know watching videos and riot Sunday all music. The very best the Yes. The best period of music along time when it comes to calculate you see all the classics and we would make these dances at each other's houses and just have fun was probably the place could be free without looking at my back or wondering if I was looking guy and was going to be targeted. And so there's three Girls Walking Jessica. Nicole were my safety net and the people in either I felt scientists around and they will wonderful way continued being the closest friends in high school even though they went to the state school. And we didn't say charter. Between I in three we would sort of each run to the back of that. Shopping sat at three o'clock can just hang out to allison do sleepovers and moving on send. Yeah it was wonderful and very protected as well but equally Malkin. Who is my best friend? Shay would sit of someone. Would Yell something as though walking by and she would chase to them and grabbed him by the scruff of the neck and sort of you know I said what did you say. And try and get into to apologize. And she was in a way that I never if it could be and it helps that. She was beautiful and very confident. Young girls her in the face of of a popular boy was was kind of the worst thing. Thank experience. So she was a huge protectors line. What did bad things at home? What what would things like harmfully? A harm was was another site Titan in the sense that I would go home the bullying would shop for the day and it was a time before social media so imagine being in this position today where it doesn't stop there in use ice book box during Urine Strand Fade and it kind of never ends the thank God. The incident was in its infancy and I can kind of a skype at Hiram and and mum just my mom is the most incredible person STOIC and protective and courageous and sacrificed everything for the sake of her. Four children and my siblings have always been very protective of. May being the the of the family still I. I hadn't told them what I was feeling inside in terms of probably being gay.

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"fourteen" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"Just room ceases off to it's just gone so a lot of them. I'm say that they felt really isolated. From or bullied or ostracized from social groups is another big thing. Have you experienced airing Sunday that in school not personally but I would say. It's definitely a thinking you've seen it. Yes there's this dick in like unlike pre school that like like there's on one of those like play sets and like like we were just standing there and like he like shoved me off and then a couple of years later we went to the community pool and he tried to drown me so oh wow what's wrong with this guy. I don't know I I mean mom probably knows well. You guys are buddies and I think he would get so excited and he loves you so much. You're a little but you don't see anything in highschool. We're we're about to get on this rollercoaster. You guys any last thoughts I mean nothing like really like nothing big in highschool cool. How do you ever get this. How see something say something anything like that. Come up those mostly like middle uh-huh school because I think they just know that we've like probably know all about that already on not all right. What was the question. I don't know any last thoughts. Okay see something say something. See something say something. I say that still like a saying but I hope that people oh act on that and I would say that the video games caused violence thing is probably just made up by like adults because they don't really know what's going on with the teens or children's heads at the time and they just want to think that because it's something new that they don't understand thanks thanks for your impact guys. I hope we survive this rollercoaster off. I mean this is a big roller coaster all right. I'm a little meaner. She's being nice saying I'm not old thank you. I appreciate that AH look at even look like a name break me here. This is for the sun but it's embarrassing okay so I'm stuck in the nineties and I was listening to stuff like public. Enemy tribe called quest for side. That's what I was into. You know them. I know a tribe called quest out of all of them. That's for sure Yeah Nice. They've they've good stuff. Definitely who is currently some some of your favorites well recently passed well. I guess a year ago now execs ecstasy on but his music is good enough to last so I listen to a lot of him still whereby the roller coaster called what what's roller coaster called again this one's called accelerator whipped by like a hundred miles an hour okay. So what about you what favor current rapper rapper I mean I definitely agree with exultation but I don't know who else eminem guys eminem no he. He's just gotten old. He hasn't been releasing as much. I feel like he's just chilling with the money he's made so much. Collaborations Yay does a few collaborations he he released an album not too long ago that that was pretty vulgar but it was like too much volts vulgar yeah I would say I mean I mean. There is no really too vulgar. UNWRAP KAZ people can just say whatever they want. In rapid people are like all right I mean he's good but he started pushed it with wife staff and Kim and putting your nose a little much in my opinion the thing is like like his only only two new songs that are actually good or collaborating with joyner Lucas and logic interesting interesting okay so break down the ramp real fast. We'll you're thirty second break down. What are the owners of rap. So you have like metal rap. I would say maybe like Chill Rep. Maybe like trap. Trap is like how would you describe trap. I don't really I don't know just like like a trendy a beat. I guess if you look at like a trap beat. It's like this whole like It's kind of like an automated system but if you WANNA hear it here like trap music risen the Travis Scott Travis Scott Sucks bad but he does a lot of people think he's good but he's he's really not trap beats would be probably designed some of like XS music. I guess XS music had some trap in it care what others owners of rap. There's like Mumble Rab. There's like really like fast drab. There's lyrical rap and there's probably Milwaukee grab and I would say those are the dark graph which is like suicide boys. That's that's more metal. That's more like hardcore rap or metal rep that means it's incorporated with drums and rock beat. Almost I wouldn't say that I would say just has the same energy as like. It's pretty hardcore really darkly like you said the man I've been asleep. I'm still listening to Dj Jazzy Jeff and the first prince parents. Just don't understand guys yeah sure ninety. What kind of careers do you think you to fall into and also he wants a male model or you do. It's all right and you might you want some Ron. John Braman Brun ginghams anyone uh-huh closing off the check is going to get a spider in the eye by ooh those were the boys toby and Sam. They're so cute they're fourteen. Are they really though or were you would not at all. I think they're very smart and cool kids the fact that they would just hang out at that age would hang out with US yeah. That's cool cool man. I mean I wouldn't have done that at Thaddeus Age. We're so me appearance yeah. You know what I thought was cute. Was I kind of sat down because I get so motion sick that the I didn't go on any rides so I just kind of plopped down. I'm like okay boys. Go ride. Meet me back here. If you want if you don't want here's your I have one of those green light right credit cards. Have you heard of these for the kids. You can put money in the account and you can turn it on and off and you you can designate how they spend the money like twenty dollars can go to a restaurant and fifty dollars they can spend anywhere so he has one of these limited cards and I turned it on former like okay you guys can go get your own lunches and snacks and whatever I'll just be here all day. They just talk to me by text and they totally came back and found me. They wanted to have lunch with me. They wanted to hang out and then that's when you joined in and they like like saved all these rides for you to ride on with them. I couldn't believe that so Q. Like this is the time when I thought they'd push you away and you and think they know it all sweetest kid they are. They're cool kids even really did I was so. I was shocked when he said they waited like yeah. Sam said no toby won't go on that right with me until his aunt gets here and you're like the cool and he even said something like C. Sam See how cool she is watched. I know so good going the full fold yeah. I like to be here in mind right now summer turn. I know we're very close again. Kids Yeah they were fun and I also think it's testimony to good parenting on thank you you know it is kind of a phenomenon. I've heard about it more and more that these kids are. Maybe it's like fearful Communities Society Society now. We don't want kids to walk to school anymore. We you know like really monitor them the helicopter parenting stuff and so it's almost like we're infantile ailing them. Is that a verb emphan television yet but just yeah I think kids are staying home with their parents a little bit more and they feel a little bit closer with their parents and it's good in their more protected that it's also bad because their failure to launch and going off to college and they're not ready and emotionally ready zip. I've heard that from different articles and stuff and things things I've read and seen but yeah I don't know we'll we'll see I mean we do try to make them independent but they do kind of hanging around so like when we grew alab. Sorry you know it was eighteen was the time when you felt like you were going to get kicked out of the house or you had to figure it out. at Lisa felt that way did you I did and I knew I was going to college so there's that but then I know because I went to junior college. I stayed stayed home from eighteen to twenty ish something like ABC right yeah so I guess I can't talk because I was still home home for a couple of years but mine was more money wanted twenty. Now kids are staying home till thirty yeah yeah. It's also expensive world out there right. I know if we want our kids kids to stay in San Diego around us. I don't know how it's going to happen but to what we're going to say so. The kids are infantilized. Yeah just the helicopter parents. That's all to sit. They stay home mourn so it was cute. I liked seeing it. I liked having him around that day here wanting to hang out with us and you and doing all the fun things and pretty cool. You're we're cool. Jazzy Jeff stuck in the nineties. We can learn from though and articulate kids to and there they know what's going on in the music world. I know yeah there is. How would you pull out good for good for them. Yeah I think they like the jazz part and the thing. Are you wiggling the Mike. She's got the shaky legged the bouncy leg thing go Nari. She's a shaker. I am a mover all right. Let's go now are we. We onto another subject. We have no more clips from the now. That was a yeah your takeaways on fourteen well. We're GONNA talk about. Where were you mentally my fourteen so ninth grade I just kissed a boy at summer camp go back to our first kisses episode to hear all about it. goodstuff talk good sloppy stuff that was when I had my moped boy see mine is all about the boys I really was boy crazy like we were talking argument that up front and but now I started playing basketball at the high school. I started playing softball. It was a lot of sports as is trying to kind of find my little group of people 'cause a lot of the middle school groups break up and go different ways so I was kind of hanging out with the jocks and then I was hanging out with some of the mods and then some of the AP class kids you know.

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"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"What season are we on. Now we just nine just sees need and after every season you've got <hes>. What's our friend firm from bravo. Who does the recap show andy cohen. Any cohen gathered them all up eight seasons now. He's been doing this where he's all right. Let's let's talk about the crap. That went went on between you. Guys data shows are wild because it's clear that they bring the back into to room and these people all genuinely hate each other to the listeners who don't watch the stuff and probably don't care. It's just sort of interesting that like like like roy that you basically physically have now a point where a few of these couples are married and they have all cheated on each other with each other yet still feigned to be friends for the for the concept to the show. What's the top moment. What's the top car wreck moment that you can't turn away from god top car. Wreck moment has to be aforementioned jax who is sort of the. I don't see a lovable meathead i. I think he's a hateful. He's not really level meet. Eddie sort of just pathological aligarh who has like the appearance of cocaine induced crazy is it all points in his red and sweaty and angry and fighting artery substance yeah yeah allegedly allegedly <hes> so crazy i jackson was dating saucy who is like the alpha of the entire show and cheated on her with stocks. Yes he's best friend kristen which led to a fistfight between saas in kristen and is i don't know if there's such thing as a prestige reality moment but if there was that would be it jackson like his his fifth nose job right yeah. He's four nose jobs in two boob jobs over the course of the eight seasons because you steroids to be a male model doc. I hate reality. Karaoke shows eight talent shows as long as we are. The shows except except well messing is not one the american idol karaoke show as a curiosity show. That's where the future of american music comes from okay. I feel like lorenzo. You love karaoke. I love karaoke. I talk an awful lot about karaoke and i'm i'm in my seat up from in washington just like itching to get in on this because karaoke is life. I think chris is the only one that scene. No actually mike ryan saw me <hes> perform a bbc boys intergalactic when he came up here. I love karaoke. I love to command a crowd roy. We need to make some karaoke event happen. We need to get traded jackson down. I mean we gotta make this happen. Honestly i i can actually corroborate this. He'd it's pretty incredible his his limited sake share. I don't know if that will ever make an appearance on the radio show ohio. Give me your sovereign knocker. I they're really don't on oh man. I love myself some lorenzo. Don larenzo gets a little bit of a bad wrap around here. I love energy his positive attitude his ideas the problem with lorenzo's. He has lots of really really good ideas and gems but it's like so hidden. It's no it's not actually execution is a big problem with you but like it's not so much that it's like there's so so many not gems in your ideas that sometimes just get hidden in the thing like you had more ideas lorenzo and i don't know that we're going to have another zone even yeah. I really hope so. We should do that instead of four that ness. We just heard took all right. Everyone have a good week right. Wait wait don't do that. Review rating subscribe and yeah the read rate review and describe all right good work lorenzo..

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"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"I'm excited that he's gonna get a run right away. Chelsea may champions league <hes> this year i think without a transfer budget because of the transfer ban and him being the only sub. I don't know what that does for their prospects this year and also you lose has art which which for me is the if you're looking at the downside of this politic move its has are going and basically it's like for like politic is a winger as hard as a winger and you're being asked for that a player who spent a lot of money on to replace what has our gave you an hazard not just is one of the best players in the world obviously earning a move through but his match-winning player when you're up against it with five minutes left to play you turn to him and say go and witness the game. That's a lot to place on the shoulders of christian pulisic who i really like as a prospect a real like as a player. I don't know if he's that no. They're going to have the find different way to do it. Which is so much. Chelsea's identity over the last few years is what would he sat which has just eaten you go ahead and do it. It's going to need to be a collection of guys but i will also christian brings to the table. That's translates. I always found it funny that it's like okay yeah. He's he's doing it in the gold cup but kenny do it in the premier league well. He's doing it against jamaicans concerned <hes> from what i hear the reputed he's actually really fast with the ball and impress a lot of people at the club with his speed and his work ethic. This new took five days off essentially before oregon with a club in preseason training so i think he certainly has the will the desire to do it. He's going to need to be bullied by his teammates out there and that remains to be seen. There's a lot of young players are are being counted on in taming abraham and mason mount and ross barkley playing in a number ten which we've seen that <hes> go south in the past for your everton boys so i'm curious to to see i'm hopeful. They can fight it out for this top four but it's going to be really tough for chelsea u._s._a. Born michigan soccer am i right walker yeah allison who got one in the premier league with manchester united or you go wow. How about you. Did you figure out a label for your relationship with my tracks so what twenty minutes to figure it out. I have not anyways. We're also joined by lorenzo host there on ah it's hard to believe that lorenzo was so poorly received last time dari. I'm so sorry i apologize several for that era poison the ramblings of a madman. I'm really sorry you should have heard. Why can't you should've heard the whole thing because it was like over it. No no i know they don't need to i mean hats off to tony for making that listenable and able to be heard that was a mess. We got some more good stuff coming up. Which is why we're not using in this. Yeah we've got yeah. That's right more lorenzo or the zone which i like lorenzo. I liked it. I mean we were telling you what we were doing. It don't talk talk about quite leonard because this is not gonna air for like three months but you still insisted on starting with <unk>. I was right. Kawhi leonard brought bounceback the n._b._a. He is an skywalker. That's one of the gems that we missed out on the guy. I walk these poor. People don't turn turn away listening to another podcast. Oh listen to marty smith's promote him somebody else please and with that ringing endorsement here is more of the renzo speaking of space everyone that knows me. Charlie kravitz knows my affinity for star wars indeed <hes> we've we've actually i've actually i'd like i'd like thank thank you five it up for star wars blastoff. You're gonna wear. I sure today also i was. I have a national shirt as well national aeronautics <hes> speaking space and star wars. I like to think that i brought star wars in my love star wars to the h. two room to the highly questionable newsroom i mean there's a few stores nerds amongst us our great friend kevin o'brien..

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"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Pretty. Spectacularly leicester tried to build off the back of winning their championship. They haven't quite gone to that level but it's just so hard financially to keep up with those teams in the top six especially because it's a self fulfilling prophecy odyssey where the more you get into the champions league the more money you get from it therefore the more money you can spend therefore creating that gap <hes> the fans in england obviously would like to break their butt they they like going and see their team. We can work out and fans abroad like seeing the big team so at the moment. It doesn't really serve as an issue. We like a bit more variety in american sports but over there i i think it would be a bigger issue if the same team on the league every year which you've had it for two years right now with man city running away with it but at least there's competition at the top of the league. Let me ask you this. We saw it in the women's world cup and it was a big thing to the video assistance. I it's it's going to be in the premier league for the first time acid talking point yeah yeah and i'm just wondering how you think that's a good soccer. How's that gonna gonna lay. How's that gonna play in. They don't like it yeah. It is probably the most obstinate group of soccer fans in the world like they don't like <hes> change. They don't like these new introductions and so far when they've used england in the f._a. Cup on trial and a few other competitions they don't like it so i think it's going to be i mean. Referees are always a major talking point. Especially amongst the managers offers <hes> they've been clamoring for but i don't think fans and the sort of media punditry are really going to like this very much. We'll get to one of the more fun aspects of <hes> the premier league league in a moment obstinance good work which is promotion and relegation and we'll give greg an excuse to say born method ooh favorite word all of your moment but we we do have some bigger clubs. It is really annoying when we go to watch soccer on saturdays because we'll we'll be watching a bunch of good games and he'll just be like whereas bone meth yeah. There's only one thing i love saying more than born with is the the phrase lovely ball but you have to say with with the english accent because any great pass of any length in english soccer the announcement will go when a lovely ball when a lovely ball hard hard jamaican and part ray hudson yeah it really was. You're in a dream if ever play a lovely ball that would be the best. Unfortunately they transfer their best guy when it came to a plan lovely bones is born with the memphis grizzlies of the premier league. Aren't they like defensively would be wolves. That'd be there go like burnley burnley very grisly burnley back in burnley. Maybe loss in <hes> in recent years but a couple of years ago good luck trying to go like that's decent way to play this game because there are people listening that don't really these teams. Don't make a lot of you know. It doesn't do much relies people so you know hopefully this bone of. They're they're pretty consistent mid table team they. They actually are the attacking version of a team. They can't really crack that time. That is our allotted born. Muth tie owe emmett we get to some bigger clubs arsenal laughing at arsenal chris wittingham. I like <hes>. I'm big into the memes of the invisible measured old seal on big begin to say and how <hes> little they defend. I like making fun of how they don't win. Trophies really all that often. What hopes desires are there for our soul. They spent some money this this transfer window. So what do you make of our snow headed into the season the only way that they're going to win anything is if they win games four three they just added another attacking player in nikola gola pepper from lille who's big time figures seventy five million euro from <hes> the french league <hes> among the top ten scorers in all of europe last year scoring twenty a two times in the french league and they already have paramedic obama young and alexandra luck asset so they've got the strikers to get the goals..

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"You've put a lot of thought of this, Dan. And I really I love that about you, then they can go head to head with Cap'n crunch as well in the in the range of accident based cereals. I love a serial the narrative Becker for it. We asked you last week to share this your earliest serial memories. I have a few those here the love to share with all. And I'm just going to play for you, and then we'll come back and discuss a little bit. Earliest serial memory would probably be laying backward on grandmothers, plastic because our couch trying to eat apple jacks mixed with pops out of the ball on the sport. I guess even back then I was moved interests, serving consumer. So my first serial memory is also probably what I would consider to be the crowning achievement of my life. And it was when I was five or six and my mom, and I went to Universal Studios, and I got to one of the first testers of peanut butter, cookie Kris, which may rest in peace, 'cause that serial was amazing. Hello, jim. My name is Eric. And my thirst, serial memory, even though it's a bit later, in my life was going out of my way to try to track down delimited shin, the crusty O's cereal win the Simpsons moving was released in the there's. Founded and it was terrible. Thank you. Dan? I actually have one of my there my earliest serial memory. I would have been, maybe six or seven and my I was at my mom's mother's house. My granny's house. She let me eat as much as I wanted of the maga- man's aerial all of the box. And let me just go go on full pacman on that. Yes. I, yes, I was doing pacman impression, I think, and this is the this is the pacman that had pack pieces, and then go shape. Marsha kicks with was the base of the cereal. And then the ghost marshmallows, and I ate, so much this aerial that I got sick, and I could not eat cereal marshmallows for fifteen. In college before I started eating cereal marshmallows again. That, that is how much of an impact it's left on me. D remember the first time you experience them again. I tried often on. But I think I'm not this time line may be off, slightly, so apologies but I think it was Rice Krispies with marshmallows. I really, they had a really appealing rainbow marshmallow three color marshmallow thing. And it was it was Ferdie marshmallows as what it was. And I, I remember trying those that may be my first one back. I don't I don't remember exactly when that Syria was was. It was invoked. But yeah, it was my earliest earliest memory pan Rice, Krispies and marshmallows just keep popping up in your life their phone, you know. Lives are intertwined we'll for a share another of Myrlie cereal memories. There's a lot to impact about a lot of the answers, we get because we got a couple dozen I listened to all them. I very much enjoyed it. I'm just extremely shocked about how many people us included mentioned, their grandma is the first place that they they're her house is the first place. They eat cereal. It just seems like that's the perfect place to eat cereal. The medically the to have very similar energies that place. And that food, and I just think it's wonderful that so many people got to experience it there. And also quick note, the peanut butter cookie crisp really should rest in peace. Because Kroger had a Storebrand version of peanut butter, cookie crisp and I can attest that, that is a fantastic combination that needs to exist somewhere in some space. But if I were to give one more serial memory and cheat a little bit. I'll talk about checks mix, which isn't a serious should be with milk. But I love my dear mother so much because she would eat checks makes a lot, but she did not like the pretzels at all. So she would pick out. Oh, the pretzels, as you know, they have these sort of window shaped ones as well as the rings and I would just go to town, I would pacman those things up to and to this day, I will pick out the pretzels. I and checks mix. If you go to Boll dot rest, you can send us a voicemail. I.

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"But I don't think that's like any differ from the a grocery store style birthday cake for kids easier. It sounds. So high marks for Cap'n crunch cotton, candy, or is it to sort of as advertised going in, if you like it or not? Yeah, pretty high marks it's something that kind of weird on me after a while, because it is super, super sweet and its very nuance in specific flavor that isn't really the everyday kind of cereal. If you're just waking up at maybe for a m to get a glass of water and decide to have a bowl of cereal to while you're at it, I don't think you would go this one. That's a good ball. That's a good ball. If you've ever had that ball, I would try that ball. That is a very good area. The skip on the cotton candy or else. It'll probably make your teeth reverberate into your dreams. Yeah. I spoke very briefly on this aerial this last last episode. But you finally tried to both of the drumstick cereal varieties. I did two giant boxes of them. They come in. Only boxes, of course, giants has to have family size box. So it comes into flavors, which is classic vanilla. And then mint chocolate. And both of them have the sort of same serial composition, which is pretty much golden grand pieces that they call cone pieces pretty much cold. Yeah. Pretty much cocoa puffs that they call CoCo nuggets, which tried, I don't even think it was necessary. And then there's finally these little disks that are basically, like cookie crisp without the chips and the classic of nila one. Just has ice cream flavored discs, which really don't they don't taste like anything. They're kind of just filler in that sense. Well as the mint chocolate ones have the actual sort of pesto, Nickelodeon slime green ones that do tastes like sweet men that I really Doug. So I think I was a little disappointed, just because this is pretty much mixing different cereals together, and with the, the classic vanilla, especially at his feel like there's so many better cereals, that do the, the chocolate and vanilla mix better than that. So the mint chocolate on the other hand, now that the thin mints cereal is gone is pretty much the only way for you to get mint chocolate and your cereal. And while I think that thin mints it better by having a much thicker, powdery coating this one still gets the job done, and it's got a more diverse mouth feel in the sense if that's what you're into. I tried vanilla because my daughter's not big into mint. And I you know, I just it really is hard to shake that feeling of, you know, we talk a lot about cereals, just kind of a little lazy. I feel like in recent years, you know, not a lot of innovation in like peace texture etcetera, m I think the drumstick cereal doesn't really wanted something that, that would feel a little bit more like ice cream. I would say a better variant of this idea is probably the I cook a pups the ice cream parlor, ice cream scoop all the Neo. Yeah. The Neopolitan ones not my favorites here on earth. But had I feel like a little bit more. The, the ice cream flavor. The the there's a creamy nece that you need beyond the vanilla feel. There's a layer creaming. That you need to get the ice cream flavour across, and I just don't feel like either these did the job. Yeah. Personally, I think the cold stone creamery in multiple meal. Crossovers are still my favorite take on ice cream cereals, the Australian strawberry blonde, especially even though they only brought marshmallows to the mix, and I really don't wanna support the further marshmallow fixation of every single cereal..

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"To make something even greater perhaps a golden nectar, or some sort of liquid in Broza to really show that they were thinking of us on a higher level. That's nice. That's nice about that. Yeah. Now, nerds should like this next story. Nerds, sort of including me and my Griffin. You hear a lot about FYE cereals here. And usually we come to the same conclusion that they're not worth the sort of roughly ten dollar average investment that it takes to get a novelty cereal. But this one just came so out of the blue that it might just be worth it. FYE's teaming up with yu-gi-oh card games out there to a blue eyes white dragon berry blast cereal have to look at this box, yet, by the way, can I say it is? It's hilarious. It's an extremely good Boggs. It. You see the blue eyes white dragon staring down into a bowl of I mean, I guess very tricks like sort of classic tricks, like cereal bowl, it look the cereal, they have looks very appealing survey, it looks like a lot of times we need, see cereal in like a kid's book, like kinda what Syria would look like they're it looks very delicious. It's just it looks kind of, like, clip art on the box, which is what makes a really funny, sort of juxtaposition between that. And this giant terrifying three thousand tech point dragon. So I guess if tricks were for kids than this, this is only for serious duelists. I am looking forward to, to try, I would try this one if you know it's probably taste like all the other licensed cereals, which I imagine, just like sort of white label repurpose cereals from other manufacturers, but I'd give it a try not to change us subject, but retry, elf cereal, the fun, co elf serial, no, but I'm assuming it tasted the same as of very single their Funke cereal. They had very straight. Now. I haven't tried the other ones, but it had a very strange cherry flavor like very powerful almost cherry cough syrup kind of flavor that I was kinda deeply into, but I'm asking. Yeah, it was it was very weird and I wouldn't say, I liked it. But at this point like weird flavors like that. I'm I'm down down down to try. Yeah, I'm going to said it before, but it kind of tastes like a fermented tricks, almost so I think if they have a lot of own sold funk oh cereal. They could upcycle that into some nice wine, perhaps. And I read is red eyes. Black zinfandel. I don't know. I don't know much wine something fancy. Another, delicious sounding cereal this final story. Oh, yes, we're back to the United Kingdom Krispies game. Bet you're talking about cocoa pops, which of course again for a very short term memory. It would be the cocoa Krispies in United Kingdom, but they're upping that game by. Introducing white chocolate cocoa. Pops. This is a pretty bold move, because you don't really see white chocolate and any cereal. That's currently on American shows. The closest thing that I can think of would be the Hershey's cookies and cream cereal that came out a few years back, which was a major disappointment..

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"We just had the cinnamon roll Philo, which are really good as well as sprinkle spangles. I believe had a very nice deep seafoam as well. Think it just it just fits really well with, you know, sort of calming ocean soundscape that we have here. So it was a little miffed back when Rice Krispies treats moved into a purple box. But unfortunately, that is not the greatest sin that has been committed to the cereal parole. These good memories may may very well be called a eulogy, because Kellogg's has introduced a new recipe and I making air quotes, very, very fervently when I say those things a new recipe for Rice, Krispies treats cereal, which is just frosted Krispies with marshmallows. I mean. Try not to be stressful. It's the worst thing that ever happened. Anybody on earth? It is just it's unfathomable to me, and I guess, if you had, if you had to guess if you had to make an assumption, and you're obviously more knowledgeable about this space, although I would guess that neither of us know too much about the economics of the cereal biz. But if I had to guess they're already making frosted Rice Krispies cereal. They are already making these small white marshmallows, and they thought, hey. We could just mix those together and not have to manufacture the actual Rice Krispies treats cereal anymore. That is a cost saving is the only thing that I can think of for this for this change. You know, it's entirely possible that they just wanted to keep all the good Rice Krispies treats cereal to themselves, sort of, in the, the arcade. TC lound up there at Kellogg's headquarters can picture now. Think of hoarding as as a reason for why these recipes change, but that is entirely possible, Dan. It's an excellent point. Mean we can only assume that a serial that great was sort of made out of a rare race, Krispies treats or of sorts freshly mine in various chunks. So it could not it could be a limited resource. So, honestly. It's pointed, I would just be. Yeah, I'm disappointed. I'm disappointed it lets you know what? Let's move on. We don't need. Oh, let's, let's talk better Rice, Krispies news. Because there happens to be a lot of it overseas. Because while Kellogg's of America is sort of. They've kind of melted down snap, crackle and pop even design wise, into a glossy paste of sorts, but Kellogg's in the United Kingdom is making a lot of great headlines, biggest of which would be that they are partnering with a local brewery to turn discarded cereal, grains from the factory. So those ones that have been overcooked uncoded discolored. Maybe they have a bad attitude, and they're up cycling them, instead of getting rid of them into three different beers. Each of them stylized to the serial involved. So we have cornflakes, which is turned into a throw away. I. I'm not a big IP person. I don't know about you, but my Sydney, doors them. It is not my is not my favorite. I mean. I mean if someone told you that the, there's a cereal flavored beer and your really high and they tell you, it's cornflakes I think they can do better. And they do better with the cast off pale ale, which is made from Rice Krispies pretty solid pretty standard. And then my the one I'm most excited by would be the sling, it out stout. Which is made with cocoa pops, which is basically just cocoa Krispies in the United Kingdom where they have. Much more fun mask, which is a monkey versus the sort of. Crude claymation elves that we now have. A beer is not my, my favorite, but this definitely sounds like a good user Syria better than the heartbreaking possibility of cereal going down the down proverbial toilet, maybe they're gonna use Rice, Krispies treats cereal.

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Oh kean calm cam don't don't come at me um so anyway he devoted his entire thing to taking down mike jones career which i think he did but looking back it is a little weird to do an entire mix tape devoted to one person but it's fireman heat destroyed the guy everyone in houston i don't know if i'm not aware of a single human being that i knew that was on the side of mike jones everyone was team camilion air and he just ripped him on every track it was nuts very fun uh it's got some of the best beats from that time the he says rapin over yes and that's what's great about these is would make statements i and make statements i too they're all of the track their mix tape so all of the tracks or superpopular hit songs beats the chameleon air is just ruining my jones over for some it's it's unbelievable and my personal favorite on mix tape missile one he does a song call rollcall and ilya does it on i think he doesn't on some other ones too where he and hearst nature bunch of other houston rappers yes in its excellent he does a pretty good like his slim thugs really good yes he does e s g he does like he does pimp see i'd eta's everybody do not look into this track lewis right now it's so good is take me back due to its excellent if you wanna switch up your your ross fate your jim playlist yeah go throw it on the at the beach are still fire also it should be said that mix tape messiah one was three discs and there's screwed there's all these screws the entire oh yes the second one a screw shot the screwed the it's a lot of songs a lot he was putting out the crazy crazy volume back in the day yeah uhhuh.

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"At the perfect home for this i've never met a gigolo now i have an either if you know gigolo pleased yeah i'd be in for in how this works the rank and file gigolo is an ied i'm unfamiliar with this i've never never seen one in action yeah because it's not like with prostitutes you know you can spot m e in they'll hit be out of work in the corner whatever we don't have that many of and asked him there's there's there's places the dallas i used to see our working girls all the time inside of bars i'll go to the mansion bar on saturday sure there's a million places actually done that you guys know spots are easy ways to spot a hooker the easiest that i've always heard is if they do not have if the drinking a g a cocktail lowered a water and has no ice uh because they know that if they are going to be there while it if it's gonna take him an hour to find a john that isis going to melt and they're gonna look sad having the same drink oh okay you know were via white what i've read thinks there's lots of documentaries about this world that we're talking about now yeah you know one place in austin that every time i've ever been there i'm like i notice at least one group of girls that i'm like those reather escorts or prostitutes her can i guess yes woo chao the w o the w out yet at makassed w hotel the bar there if you especially if you go during the week on like a wednesday there's always a slightly older maybe in their late thirties women what a debtor that are there for no real good reason and they're there to pick up business guys that's what they're doing the because a lot of britsh business dude state the w when they come in town austin for work or whatever bright an and my favorite and i've i have seen this the w but um and i've seen it several times in dallas is dudes wearing land your it's because of a a hooker will go straight.

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Just it's background and i i really wish you admitted this he's in my uh my should house because of he's an he's one of the many people in my should house the ah a comment made about dirk over a decade ago you got a big should how to hold not wanna get some i'll never let i'll never let him livid down large should house yep it was like 45000 minutes played ago it was who was when dirk was going to play in the for the national team the german national you're talking about wilbad what was willed ocoee gave so like at the end of the shell you're like you know cuban gave his blessing for dark to play on the german national team bray and will bond said some shit about dark about uh how we shouldn't be playing how should be concentrating on uh when in a ring is like right around the time of the heat thing and it just rugby the wrong way that's not all that crazy but i get it a pissed me off he's in there matt barnes anybody that's pretty much gone a dark uh i never forget i understand that if you uh well i can't say that anybody to goes james harden inter's my shed house because that's most of the country but i would add to build a shit mansion but the the overall sentiment stands like if somebody had some bad to say about like hakeem olajwon like they're pretty much in used to do you like you've done to me a box of will bontoc here's what he said i won't take too long on this so dirk wanted to play for the german national team cuban said he didn't want him to so dirk didn't play uh and his whole thing was you gotta you have ally lack of toughness you gotta say screw it i don't know he called dark soft and that's like the biggest pet peeve of miles when people called dirk soft because he had that rep before he won the ring so land that said some that big of a deal but i i don't forget what am i i'll i'll i'll say this about dirk as one of my.

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Leaves to go to college and their devastated is the you could say this might have been part of the inspiration for toy story if you will i was thinking too and at satisfy acc it is very sad and in parts of it are actually pretty terrifying especially if you're a stoned adult that used to watches as a child there's like a level of horror in a stall gia that comes into play that i'm not sure is good for your psyche but that's neither here nor there uh eighty four nostalgia it it focuses on these five appliances in they go on a quest across the country to try and find their owner whose name slips my mind put any sounds like road trip he at six it's just like road trip is just like road trip with tom green that's my number ten number nine is the fox in the hound which came out in 1980 want i know i've seen this and i have no clue what it's about it's about a fox than a hound okay and the and how they become best friends in then their tower apart by the world it's unclear will dose here it's one of the most depressing dizzy movies ever made it very emotionally jarring but it is very good highly recommend you ever seen turner in huge i have not tom hanks in assad police dog no it's pretty uh it's pretty emotional as well is it a real now as you real people are real people i only brought it up it's not disney i brought it up because it also involves it a dog area so similar beethoven.

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"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"fourteen" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Hi old school we're going to say before the year 2000 so before the new millennium okay and i realise for us in this room being old farts that might not technically qualify some of these is old school but i tried to stay old school like keep it truly old squad just use the year two thousand as a general jumping off point um but that you know most of these for me or before that so back in college every sunday of my junior year i believe it was me one of my best friends used to smoke weed or eat edibles every sunday and we'd watch an old school disney movie and it was funny shit tradition that iley recommend in that kind of is like what why i am up a maybe a little more familiar with some of these old school moves in a should be so i'm gonna go from my i'm gonna give you my top ten from ten all the way back to one and then we'll talk about some honorable mentions in i want you guys to feel free to chime in at any point we'll talk each movie what if you think my rankings are shit whatever my number ten is the brave little toaster which came out in 1987 the year of my birth mm mm i don't recall you'll recall the brave little toes no i have never seen nor heard of this movie holy hill will mike it'd be clear you have probably not seen any of these right because it's technically american cinema i used to be a child once stave gaba when you so when you a child you weren't strictly fringe new are it's true i have not they're probably isn't a movie on this list i've seen since i turned 21 or even eighteen but that's that's not important okay look at well i've seen these movie cinema of good start debris little does wave little toaster is not a movie i've ever in herta says it's all i something i would wanna watch wall high you would you would have spotted it's about household appliances such as a toaster and a blanket in a lamp in a vacuum cleaner in a radio clock radio and they're they're older.

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