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Why Investigating 2020 Voter Fraud Is About Saving Our Country

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | Last week

Why Investigating 2020 Voter Fraud Is About Saving Our Country

"And Mike, again, help my audience understand. You have led the charge in trying to bring a case to the Supreme Court. That would be signed by attorneys general from states around the country, what is the crux of this case that you're bringing? In other words, what is the crux of the case that you're hoping that the Supreme Court will look at? Okay, I would rather I'm not a lawyer. I would rather that everybody go to Frank speech dot com. You can view the whole case there. But it's stiff. There's a couple of things. If to explain it, there's 5 states that are getting that are definitely defendants. And that's your Wisconsin, Pennsylvania. Michigan, Arizona, and Georgia. And now all the states have standing. The evidence that's there now is not the evidence that was brought before them back last year. And last year when they said they didn't have standing, now they have standards, not one but two ways. They absolutely help with how to accept it on standing because every state's got standing. The attorneys generals know Anita I need everyone to know this. We brought the case other lawyers who grew up this case that we brought into these different attorneys general. We met with them. We showed them show them that the election fraud happened in their state, Eric. I bought their voter rolls. An Alabama had to pay 30 some $1000 out of my pocket to buy the voter rolls who bought who voted and then the voter rolls after. So then we went in. We canvass. We showed him it happened in their state. I'll give you an example, Alabama. We show it happen there. And I said, you guys need to look at this complaint. And get on board with us. We need to protect our country. This is about who are a Democrat or Republican thing. This is about saving our

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Tshiebwe helps No. 9 Kentucky rout Central Michigan 85-57

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Tshiebwe helps No. 9 Kentucky rout Central Michigan 85-57

"Knight knight Frank Frank Kentucky Kentucky is is six six and and one one following following an an eighty eighty five five fifty fifty seven seven dismantling dismantling of of central central Michigan Michigan Oscar Oscar she she way way had had twenty twenty points points and and sixteen sixteen rebounds rebounds for for the the Wildcats Wildcats who who shot shot sixty sixty percent percent in in taking taking a a fifty fifty one one twenty twenty five five halftime halftime lead lead she she boy boy was was six six of of eight eight from from the the field field and and eight eight of of eleven eleven from from the the line line for for his his sixth sixth double double double double of of the the season season Ty Ty Ty Ty Washington Washington junior junior added added fifteen fifteen points points and and help help Kentucky Kentucky go go ahead ahead twenty twenty five five five five after after just just seven seven minutes minutes we we are are really really about about looking looking at at all all of of these these teams teams way way better better news news teams teams are are going going out out there there you you know know just just we we don't don't care care who who were were playing playing again again at at the the end end of of the the day day I I mean mean you you fight fight you you fight fight against against you you know know anybody anybody Kentucky Kentucky six six wins wins have have been been by by an an average average of of twenty twenty eight eight point point three three points points Jermaine Jermaine Jackson Jackson junior junior had had eleven eleven points points to to lead lead the the Chippewas Chippewas I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

"Bilson has become the first European Union country to announce a case of the corona virus variant detected in South Africa well the seller since the age of all of us health minister Frank Vandenbroucke tells the media it's someone who came from abroad a person tested on November twenty two he was not vaccinated and had no prior infection Belgium has recently taken new measures in an attempt to keep a delta driven covert nineteen spike from spiraling out of control hoping that action now will save call Christmas next month south African scientists have identified a new version of the corona virus this week that they say is behind a recent spike in that cope with nineteen infections I'm Charles the last month

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Citizen Oversight of Cleveland Police Already Failing

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Citizen Oversight of Cleveland Police Already Failing

"But in Cleveland there is a ballot measure issued 24 which is a Black Lives Matter ballot measure Basically it puts citizen oversight over the police It's completely useless It passed they fought hard The people who opposed it fought hard including their outgoing mayor Frank Jackson who was a great advocate for the black community as a black man himself and also a guy who to quote him hates poverty pimps and saw a lot of poverty pimps coming into his city and saying we got to have this change We got to make this happen So the voters approved it because it was sold to them as some kind of police reform But the results are real time If we don't step in and help people save their cities they're going to get results like this So I've got a clip from a broadcaster out of Cleveland Darby tomorrow who hosts the outlaws radio show which is a local show there And he was talking about an incident that happened to his friend's grandmother just days after this measure passed Can you queue that up Jim This person has been unfortunately dealing with a relative who is a meth addict who has broken in her house numerous times to steal things And has already put their hands on her violently This woman today goes to the clerk of courts to file a restraining order against this man And guess what the cork of courts tells her That as a result of the new law they can't handle it anymore She has to call some social workers to have a media Mediate what This person has already been

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GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:26 min | 2 weeks ago

GOP Senator Tim Scott Seeks to Block Controversial Proposed Bank Account Monitoring

"I saw senator Tim Scott make a little speech about this woman that the Biden administration once confirmed as a top ranking Treasury Department official. And he just seems like he's in a state of shock. The left is trying to defend this doomed nominee and she better be doomed. You can not have somebody in charge of the purse strings who wants to blow up the banking industry. And wants to nationalize wants to federalize banking. Yeah, that's just what I want. The government calling all the shots with my checking account. They're nuts. They're purposefully picking people who are who are so radical and bizarre. I mean, Sean wants you to hear a little bit. We have senator Tim Scott queued up, right? I want you, this is four minutes. Like, it's like four and a half minutes. I want you to hear the whole thing. Because she was also convicted of shoplifting 25 years ago. Now, you could make the case 25 years ago is a long time. Incidentally, that's funny how the left and the woke crowd and all the crazed activists on social media don't seem to mind if it's 25 years ago if it's something they don't approve of. Then you better cancel somebody over what they did 25 years ago. But when it's a Biden nominee to do something like, oh, I don't know. Control the purse strings of America's monetary system well, that was a long time ago she should be forgiven. In fact, they say, those are personal attacks. You're attacking her. I mean, I don't even know what she's Asian, right? I don't even know what her ethnicity is. She appears to be Asian. I'm sure there's the left is ramping up all their bigotry defenses for her, right? All these mean Republicans don't like her because she's Asian. They're bigots. They're just they're just racists and bigots. No, she's a radical kook who has no business, no business whatsoever in a responsible position of authority at the Treasury Department. So keep all that in mind. Bear in mind that she shoplifted a couple decades ago, so people are mocking her for that. There's the racist thing. There's the same, you're getting personal with her. These are personal attacks. Don't do personal texts. So listen to this reasoned, eloquent, short of every man approach that U.S. senator Tim Scott from South Carolina takes in addressing Biden's nominee. I want to be fair, and I will be fair. I won't be hyperbolic, but I will be Frank and honest. I can not think of a nominee more poorly suited to be the control of the currency based solely on your public positions, statements, and the weight of your writings. Than you are. Let me just quote you versus anybody else. On the Green New Deal champion, you propose taking economic and climate policy making from Congress and creating an unaccountable bureaucracy called the national investment authority. In a round table this year, this year, you push to make the NIA the dedicated institutional platform at the federal level for really being the kind of fighting muscle of the Green New Deal and fighting muscle of you know all of these other movements that pursuing environmental justice, social equality and so on. You're disdain for the financial services industry. In 2019 in the documentary, titled, I'll be kind, buttholes, a theory. You said the financial services industry in my view and I don't think I'm alone here is the quintessential butthole

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Panthers lose Barkov to injury, but stay unbeaten at home

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Panthers lose Barkov to injury, but stay unbeaten at home

"The Panthers route the road weary islanders six to one to remain unbeaten at home Florida got goals from Jonathan Huberdeau Ryan Lomberg Patric Hornqvist Aaron Ekblad Frank Vatrano and Carter Hagee our teams are tied and I mean yeah Chris have so many good players on the team so much that the Panthers chased a Sorkin from the under not with four goals on seventeen shots in the first period Semyon Varlamov finished the game Kyle palmeri got the lone New York goal on a brighter note the islanders and the NHL second longest road trip lasted thirteen games through twelve cities in four time zones the Panthers snapped a four game winless streak with their eighth home win I'm more in Ruston

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Carter, Jarry lead Penguins to shootout win vs Panthers

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Carter, Jarry lead Penguins to shootout win vs Panthers

"Tristan Jarry stopped thirty six shots in three more chances in a shoot out as the Pittsburgh Penguins top the Florida Panthers three to two for sorry the performance was a solid one after allowing seven goals in ten shootout attempts this season I think it was something that I had to approve upon and just watching video how the guys help thing do some shoot outs in practice and break ways I think that helped me a lot and prepared me I think every day we did it we I got better and I think that was something that the guys did a great job for me helping me and just making sure that we're on top of it Evan Rodrigues entity blooper scored for Pittsburgh which again played without captain Sidney Crosby and head coach Mike Sullivan who remaining covert nineteen protocols Alexander Barkov and Frank Vatrano scored and Sergei Bobrovsky made twenty nine saves Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT

"Playing without injured star lebron James the Lakers were still able to beat the heat in overtime one twenty to one seventeen coach Frank Vogel love the effort has agree firemen were on a man's you know we're learning each other I get a really good team some some would say the best in the illegal Bethany's and your guys competed Malik monk scored a Laker high twenty seven points Russell Westbrook had a twenty five point triple double and Anthony Davis netted twenty four band at a bio led Miami with twenty eight points Tyler hero came off the bench to score twenty seven mark Myers Los Angeles

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Dean Stockwell, ‘Quantum Leap’ Star, Dies at 85

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Dean Stockwell, ‘Quantum Leap’ Star, Dies at 85

"Actor dean Stockwell has died of natural causes at the age of eighty five according to his agent I marches are a letter with a look at his life Stockwell said in nineteen eighty nine he would not have gotten the role in the TV show quantum leap if he had not done the film married to the mob because nobody knew he could do comedy Stockwell's resume includes the films blue velvet airforce one in Paris Texas as well as the TV show Battlestar Galactica he was a child actor appearing with Frank Sinatra in anchors Aweigh and Margaret o'brien in the secret garden well I dream really young named his after the gold rush album after stock was never produced screenplay of the same name Stockwell designed the cover for young's album American stars and bars and he made sculptures out of

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It's Been a Great Week for Republicans AKA the 'Party of Parents'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last month

It's Been a Great Week for Republicans AKA the 'Party of Parents'

"Start. This last week was phenomenal for Republicans. So last week was terrific in New Jersey and Virginia. Republicans won the Virginia House of delegates everybody. Statewide the Virginia, lieutenant governors raised Virginia governors race with junkin, the Seattle city attorneys race. They elected a Republican, the New Jersey state Senate president was defeated by a truck driver Edward durr even though. Steve Sweeney will not concede. He says, oh, there's thousands of ballots we're still defined. He's pulling his best Tony Soprano. Frank Underwood impression possible trying to declare a state of emergency to go find ballots. Republicans had momentum. We won everything you could possibly have asked for and then some. Republicans were riding high and they weren't riding high because voters showed up in record numbers and said, hey, you know, mister junkin, you know what we need? We need electric charging vehicle stations. You know what we need mister junkin? We need to go spend $1.2 trillion that we don't have. No. Mom's and dad showed up and they voted for Republicans in the first time in a decade because they sought was happening in their schools. Rural parts of Virginia showed up in record numbers at a higher percentage clip than they even did support Donald Trump and Republicans started to build this coalition. That was pro family and also anti leftist. That ran up against the power structures of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the abuse within. Higher education, the public sector teacher unions Republicans finally seemed to have its groove for a couple days for a couple days we started to see headlines from CNN and Washington Post Democrats on defense, time to do a detox. And then you saw this Democrat Civil War begin of one part of the Democrat party start to say that we need to be we need to recommit ourselves to the party of parents and you had pramila jayapal worried that the Republican parties becoming the party of parents, which I'm going to say on this show until someone starts to listen to me, the party appearance is phenomenal

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Republican John Lujan Narrowly Flipped a State House Seat in San Antonio

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

Republican John Lujan Narrowly Flipped a State House Seat in San Antonio

"We had a big victory in places like Wisconsin, Minnesota and Texas, a big upset. San Antonio. The race of House district one 18. The Republican John lujan came out victorious in the majority Hispanic district that Democrats carried by double digits the last time around. Lujan lujan, the Republican flipped it red. Now, that's a Biden plus 14 point district in San Antonio. That's 73% Hispanic. Frank Ramirez lost in the special election runoff turned out the Republican John lujan, business owner, former firefighter. They thought it would be tight. It was a big

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Father Frank Pavone Gets a Lot of Flack

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Father Frank Pavone Gets a Lot of Flack

"And we're back one on one with father Frank pavone. I have to ask this question, maybe you don't answer it, for some reason as a cradle Catholic, I get to hang out with some not rebellious but some tough tough tough priest in my time when I arrived to America our parish priest was Antonin Scalia's son. Serious serious fire and brickstone priest and it was fabulous to arrive to his parish. Yes. Have you, is it hard for you to do what you do? What is the church think of what you do? What kind of slack that you get? Okay. This is a big story here. This is a big story. Yeah, you know, first of all, of course, I wouldn't be doing this had I not gotten really some really strong support. Cardinal O'Connor was the one that launched me into that. But even he got flack as a cardinal, the archbishop of New York that arguably the most influential party in the country at that time and he told me and he said it publicly. He said, look, I get pushed back from some of my brother bishops, who say I'm too focused on this issue. And I've had bishops say to me all father Frank, you know, you're too aggressive about abortion. And I said, well, when abortion stops being aggressive against these little babies, then you come and talk to me. But, you know, I start with in my ministry was saying, look, we're a ministry of encouragement. We don't say we're a priest for life because the other priests aren't for life. We say, no, all the priests are for life. So there are exceptions, sadly. But they need help to say so. They need the tools to minister in their churches on this issue. So we help them in a very positive spirit. Despite the fact that we're so positive in our encouragement of our brother clergy, we get priests and bishops that literally want to stop what I'm doing. Now, I have had to go to the Vatican numerous times to defend this work and to defend my sincerely felt calling to do it on a full time

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Father Frank Pavone, Director of Priests for Life, on Bernard Nathanson's 'Pro-Choice' Strategy

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Father Frank Pavone, Director of Priests for Life, on Bernard Nathanson's 'Pro-Choice' Strategy

"Welcome back to one on one, with the national director, the priest for life. Can we stop a little and so that you know my background I've spent decades teaching the military when you look at a threat you do an estimate of the situation. You take a snapshot of the environment and you say, okay, what are their strengths? What are our strengths? What are their weaknesses? What are our weaknesses? How do we defeat the threat? Will you discuss a little bit this strategy for the Catholics? This Bernard nathanson the industry of mass murder which is abortion. What was, can you tell us what was so effective about their approach and their plan? You said they caught the Catholic Church snoozing. What was the narrative that they sold? It was, you know, we hear the word choice, but it was a little bit more sophisticated than that. Yes, yes, well, he did craft this term pro choice. He says, let's not say we're pro abortion. Let's say we're pro choice. But more specifically, he said, let's say, let's say to the media that the Catholics don't agree with what the hierarchy is saying about abortion. Let's create this division. And let's make it appear as though those who do agree with the church's teaching on abortion are they're out of touch, they're old fashioned, they're against women. They're in the minority. And they literally began inventing polls, inventing statistics. And because they had sold as it's still true today, they had so many friends in the media, they just they just took it and ran with it. Nobody questioned it. And that's where that's where they succeeded. And you create this rift and paint the opposition to abortion as just a religious issue. Some of them still try to do that today. Although it's harder to do it today because of the advances in science.

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Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

"He is the director of priests for life, father Frank pavone, welcome in studio. Oh, boy, it's a joy to be here, Seth. Thank you so much. I want to introduce everyone who doesn't know who you are or what your organization does, who's maybe tuned in for the first time to understand all the work that you've done and you're doing every single day. We'll get to you the man that momentarily, but let's just roll with that cut. What does it mean to you? What does it mean to America? What does it mean to the Christian world to have an incumbent president address the march for life? You know, Seb, we dreamt about this back. I remember going to the march for life and my one my first one was the third one, 1976. And you were like two years old. But you know, I remember you through the Reagan years, you know, he would call in by phone and NSA, Nelly gray and the marchers, how you doing? And we would stand there literally saying, hey, The White House isn't far from here. Can you imagine if the president came? And like for decades, that was like our dream. What it does is it gives a new level of legitimate. I mean, the movement is legitimate. It stands on its own, obviously. But for a president to be there, says to America this movement has come far. It has come far, it has an impact and it's shaping the nation. And we were also encouraged. As a matter of fact, let me back up and just say, you know, president Donald Trump, of course, you were privileged to work for him. I served on his advisory commissions, both both campaigns, and in the second one, I was the national co chair of what he called pro life voices for Trump. I was so proud to do that. And I was told during the first campaign if he's elected, he'll do everything that passed pro life presidents have done and more. And those words and more echoed through my mind during all the four years of his presidency because he proved them true every

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It Takes More Faith to Be an Atheist Than a Christian

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | Last month

It Takes More Faith to Be an Atheist Than a Christian

"I visit college campuses a lot and I'd say in Vermont, half the room were probably atheists last night. And it's fashionable. So some people would say, Eric, there is no proof that there's a God, therefore I'm an atheist. You embarked on this book to show, hold on a second. It takes, it takes more faith to be an atheist than to be a Christian. Okay, that is like the understatement of the millennium. It takes, I mean, I've heard people say that Frank Turk has said that. Trust me, once you read just what's in this book. I mean, there's way more. But it has become to my mind. If you read just this, you realize that real atheism is preposterous. And I don't just mean people don't believe in God or idiots or they're wrong. No, no, no. 50 years ago, it was tenable. It was something you could say, I've come to the conclusion, whatever. It could make sense. It could be we would say it's wrong, but 50 years ago, you could say, all right, well, you're an atheist. Today, based on this information, I would say it is not possible to be an intellectually satisfied atheist. If you want to be an agnostic, I will take my hat off to you. That's one thing. But to say that I know there's no God based on several things, I simply don't think it's possible. And I think people are going to get angry and a guy called up. I had the honor of guest hosting Charlie's radio show today, because, you know, he sleeps late. And he's young, he's a hill learn who learn. And no, but seriously, he let me guess host the show. And so a guy called up, I did call ins, and he said, I'm an atheist, whatever. And he said, you don't give any hard evidence of God. And I said, this is what happens. I think when you talk to atheist, they don't really even understand I'm not trying to be mean. But when you say hard evidence, that's exactly what is in this book. When you talk about the fine tuned

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Our Faith Touches Everything

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last month

Our Faith Touches Everything

"The Germans bought into this stupid idea. They thought, hey, we're German, which means we're Lutheran, which means Luther invented Christianity as far as we're concerned. He invented this idea of grace, grace means I don't have to do anything, and that's that. And of course, Bonham wrote about cheap grace and the idea that if you don't really understand grace, you treat it like nothing. You know, you treat what God has done for you like nothing, which means you don't get it, which means you don't believe which means forget about grace. There's no grace because you have an appropriate degree. I really believe for other reasons the church in America today has done the same thing. I think there are different reasons, but there are tons of people who've excoriated people like me and Frank and said, you've made an idol of politics. You've made an idol of Donald Trump. You know, ridiculous things. And the point is no, we just believe that our faith touches everything. It's not some little parochial religious thing that stays in the corner, like the official church is doing China. It's something that has to come out of the church and live everywhere. We have a free exercise of religion, freedom to do that. So if you keep it in this little religious theological corner, then it's phony. It's abbreviated faith. If you don't live it out in the school, on the workplace, on the radio, on the whatever it is, if you don't do that, you don't really believe it. Your phony. So when people talk about, I just want to preach the gospel. I don't want to be I don't want to be political. We think that's just stupid. That makes no sense. Because if you're a Jew in a boxcar going to Treblinka or Auschwitz, you think, you know, I would love it if there was some Christians out there on the other side of this boxcar who believed what they said and would get political and stand up against the system that is sending me my family to death. That means getting political.

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"frank e" Discussed on Welcome to Night Vale

Welcome to Night Vale

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on Welcome to Night Vale

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"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"That was where the height at the height. Let's take a break when we come back a very special guest Frank kellyanne knows with us. Don't go anywhere. Hey guys welcome back to the show for we get out of here special guest. We mentioned it's common and we got him amazingly we have jeff goldblum who. I didn't know this rant is an enormous college football fan. And he's super excited. I think about the new twelve team. Don't put words in tokyo. Jeff are you there. Buddy. here's here's your name. Thank ago. I i'm itself. You know i you. I believe in collective Originally.

"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

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"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Again. Probably could explain the academic back a tiny something. I think it's but anyway. Yes so Baseball's become always been this. But it's even more this now. It's a we it's such a regional thing that's why when tools. Hey what impression with baseball precious go to hard to work on somebody. Because nobody knows national announcers all regional regionally famous people. These things take a long time to work on to something could you. A lot of people can do ok impression if i knew it. Okay impression people are like. Hey the you and i just did a seven year. Old doing his Joe biden ted cruz and whatever and they. It sounds like a kid kid. Doing it doesn't actually sound like that. And you're like this guy's is a genius. And here's this forty five million views and i do something that's pretty good that nobody else is going to try like all. That's not good. That's not up to par with forty years ago seven. Then i judged against your own work. That's different and some of the stuff. I there's two ways to do it right to. This was the dead on impresses reside. Think some people are a lot better than i am even daryl. They don't have the debt on and then there's the cartoony version which is the You know the Dana carvey type deal right the be somewhere in the middle. It's all right. That's my kind of thing. And you guys know podcasts. With john holmberg. He's pretty s. He's amazing to yes he he's a genius and you guys again. It's like i would describe what you do is the moments between the words that come out. That's where you absolutely nail it into me. I'm like i'm being inhabited by this person right now and and also it's your take on that person. It's your piece of me the impressions and that's that's what's difficult on. I'm going off on a tangent here way mine doors but it's the tick tock stuff and don't get that stuff. So it's all about trying to get nailed the oppression on and that's not exactly what i do low-key though i am oscar. Movie care kind of their point of view. Ask yourself to as opposed to john. I'm not just doing jon. Gruden bill needs shot right travelling through time space time better than the time machine which fashion stan was also it but listen about your medicine craig. Robertson he's not just the pizza guy on the office. Come on as the play used to play the keyboard saying he's downtown chicago. Man gall so you infusing gruden with tremendous comedy. Knowledge to us is brilliant. And so funny. It's like we have another guy who does some impressions for us on the show. And it's so fun. Is brad morris. He's really great and he does. Christoph waltz but christoph waltz who knows everything about the nba. So his i love the way. The knicks are playing this defense and he just goes away. But he's doing version of him. Brad morris doing christopher his favorite character is kristaps percent guests. Who is the unicorn and he just likes all end again. It is the way it is inside out game. That is for me you know. Here's a seven footer. Take our table once you get beyond the elbow again. You're saying to yourself. How the f. Does christoph waltz knows so much about what you just did to me is hilarious because if jon gruden did the research to cause if you watch the quarterbacks john gruden's quarterbacks on espn his favorite thing was how much he did. All the research. I know all the research on this guy. Know everything about this guy and then for him to be like. I know so deep let craig robinson did in the comedy world. That is such a gruden thing to do. It's like applying a personality trait that he had to something else which to me is like the brilliance of comedy. You give it to the right reason. That analysts are so easy to do. Comedy is because you just take analysis and then you wanted to everyday stuff perfect. So that's bad. Have you ever. Have you ever done a jim. Nance or gymnasts tony romo. It's nance has this thing. When he gets excited it's like somebody's playing with the Dials in the on the On the on the audio console. So nancy romo's like oh janice can be credible amazing and probably ever seen then we go jim and then told tony romm otani so they did that on a game. They did that this year so it was a thursday night game. I think it was right and jim jim are romo's was a Patrick mahomes he was about to make him play and he goes on. Patrick mahomes recall. Jim and nancy screws. Here we go jump on eight. So he'll save roller apart but they were doing bit. They were actually doing your bit malaria. Tony the sideline all. I can really do i. It's getting better than nance but the judge is getting better all the time but It's it was just easy just to say tony. So they started doing the bit knowing inside by the way sean you're like and it's already lie so he's already life. Yeah you like both of them. I'm pleased just suck on lawson jr. Both you like johnson. 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"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:59 min | 5 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Big event for athletes. Tell me you can do it. Please tell me you can do a peyton manning somewhere between elvis and something else got in there. Yes but don't watch. Every time i try to like he is nationwide is on your side book. I can't initial. I can't hear like there's cnn. And i lose it with. Its he hits. Some are own are in the s eighty. I learned the other day is another side side. It was working on a Benedict cumberbatch doing doing an american accent or the doctor. Strange right and i realized that. If i held by those i condemn it better. Because he goes. Are you Robert downey junior says. Are you seriously whenever was seriously winning. Cultural dacosta perfect. That's it that's it. So so here's what i'm going to say. You know how you win. You wear a tuxedo a cummerbund. Actually hold your belly in. The cumberbatch should be something. that whole turn nosy. Yes really take it. Take it because honestly you randy have a little bit more nasal nasal jas a little bit yup yup but it's kind of close when he gets built talk but i i definitely hear like randy is stuffy. Nose jason. the moustached filtering. It i could yes just. We just did a podcast. Which is which dropped the friday. Before with darren mccarty great former four time stanley cup winning Defensemen for the detroit red wings and he was telling me about the way he watches a hockey game like he sees a hockey game in a way. That like you mere jason like. There's no way we could see the things he seeing like. He's understanding how the plays developing before it develops that he's watching this guy that that is what you do when you are studying a human being like okay. How do where. Where is the sound coming from. Where's the are whereas the sound coming from is it from the knows you're seeing things that regular the predator that's broken down. there's also a grid heat heat sensors. Yeah i can kind of tell where things are in the throat. I can't always do them. But i know where they're coming from. And that's you know. I told you this before and the mouth people always say like when donald trump why you get into the mouth why they do like frankly why did about and i do the mouth because the mouse tells you how they speak and the is tell you how they take children. I do that and soon as you. The is happened. You go trump's not gonna. He's gonna tell you something you know. He's going to go off script teams true even but it's mind quite frankly. I don't know five hundred billion people listening right now and it's the breath too so it's a combination of the how they use their breath. Sounds in between. That's what occurs. Some fun becomes fun is when they create this okay so go back back to madden for me. The bad thing is it's not say the words you know Alex birsh miss swan or Unit mad tv The stewart character. Your saturday night live here. It's the stuff that happens around. The words can even be know of the character creator and to that. Point the breath in you can you. Somebody like michael. Keaton is like the so bad that your sniffing the sniff of like it's punctuation for him. It's punctuation from combat that dot the stugotz. Yeah and i think the gruden is about doing a lotta talking as you're inhaling. I feel like my wrong on that. Well yes especially. If you've got a can of paint man can't writer make it happen. Why guy ovation speaker bull. Whatever happened to that again in character. It wasn't a real guy was a real guy. it wasn't real gag. Rudes you guys don't blake griffin's great to the theban booker. Yeah coby coby interesting Yeah i listen. I'm not i'm jordan guy over everybody else. When i grew up at the time frame road i you know i i like colleague. Never incredibly loved koby player. But i can't see pudding devon booker into that. It's hard to put somebody into that category yet. As i had tremendous respect for kobe bryant right even though he might not be one of my favorite. I mean to me especially when he started was a lot of a carbon copy of short. Like you watch him. He's like he's doing jordan's moves he's doing the pivot and the The fadeaway and the dogs very simple. You know your brand into a lot of his own kind of gain but still you can. I think we all do wrong out. He was doing the tongue out everything. The way palm the ball was jordan. Ask you could tell it was like a tremendous. Oh my gosh to jordan as of someone who does impressions. It's you you love the guy so much you're doing that and but at the same time In terms of booker as much as i love. I think booker has the opportunity to become the. I just can't put somebody into that category. You know it makes so it makes you so that comparison even just uttering it out into the universe that comparison makes you think back and say god damn. Kobe was great. I'm not ready to put this kid into that phase but he is a. He is a special player in for us. Jane grew up. Janai grew up in saint louis in when we were kids. We followed missouri basketball. Melvin booker was a guy played. His father played basketball firm zoo back in the in the late. Eighties right jay. He's in did. Hey he was like a he was a guy. We watched routed foreign. Just just amazing. I mean he never made it. I don't think he made in the nba. But like is just remarkable that those genes kauai. Kobe bryant kobe. Bryant's dad played and whatnot those genes. He was a european guy but like to then. That's what you get. You know what. I mean like you. Your greatest project of all time was the kid you produced. Who would then become out here in here do you do you So so here's so the the suns could be good again. And i think good for a long time because they have that small. A great base have the. I'm seriously asking. This are the arizona diamondbacks still in the major leagues. That is still a franchise. Right was bankruptcies was. I think it's a place where there's a hot tub and then there's field around guys. I don't know. I grew up playing baseball. Loving baseball team My dad was a minor league baseball player. In the white sox organization was places for years. He played sara soda socks and angra. Plant woman you baseball national champion. Nineteen eighty eight eighty mazing. What position do you take it. I mean i caught later. But i didn't have a farm. I was really a catcher. A squad it was going to be. I wanted to be pudge rodriguez with. Yeah a little.

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"frank e" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"It because they have a deep connection to it in the per- whoever's the artist to sing it and they're like tears running down their face or they're super happy in their. The crowd is jubilant. Like oh my god. This is fucking incredible. I love this song and it's so good the crop book they were bored honest to god. It was like cutting this lady and she's just like okay. All right yeah. He's singing the song. Not even as good as it's recorded by the way because you can't hit half the fucking notes. You have very famously. Got worse again. He did have a vocal cord hemorrhage in the early fifties. So there's a reason for it but just because there's a good reason for it doesn't mean that it's great to listen to. Maybe you should have considered a different career then frank. There's nothing wrong with that. I do this video live. It was probably at madison square garden or something like that. It was a big show. And he's so bad he really can't sing now he's not only shit. I actually thought it was kind of a joke for a second because he starts video. Yeah 'cause. His voice wavered so hard that i was like hold my god. He couldn't even hold the note. Everyone knew if you look up the reviews of his concerts for mean. I don't know the last thirty years that he worked. Maybe everyone knew that he couldn't sing but people still went and bought a ticket to go watch him. You know and i get it made sense when he was with the rat. Pack because you're basically watching four. People do their comedy act you know. Sammy davis junior. Larry is a whole show. Built around other people like them hanging out in like they would want him to sing a song. It was like a variety show format. But it's the same thing that always happens for some reason. Sinatra's the one with the bigger career for some reason nirvana's the one from seattle for some reason the beatles or the band that hits the big it's always the lowest common denominator thing that becomes the most famous and commercially successful thing. Yeah and the story in the image becomes bigger than justin bieber. What the music is worth. You have frank sinatra paved the for justin bieber the original the own g. The original didn't pave the way he'd like wrote the book for how to do it. It's pretty wild. Y'all think it's a coincidence. That bieber blows up as a teen icon..

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"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

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"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:59 min | 6 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

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"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"We teach our coaches organically market. Their business for the first one hundred k. in a year. So they're able to do that once. They were ganic able to market their business than they could start to scale with paid advertising if they want a lot of our coaches are making six figures and just they don't have to pay rent in kind of ats they just market themselves on life. The mazing i always think about confidence and fear public speaking. Because i knew that at some stage most people go through that experience. How do you help. People have come knows fees. Yeah so one of the one of the things that we include in our business development section of the academy is we have a whole dive into knowing how to really communicate and share your story with groups so the I had a huge fear around public. Speaking as as i shared earlier really introverted. I was the kid that would sit in the very back of the classroom. I wouldn't raise my hand. And i carried this belief for so many years that i shouldn't speak unless i was spoken to and i told you had the shame around my voice. I thought i just didn't have anything valuable to offer so the good news. Though that i realized that public speaking itself is not is not scary. It's the thoughts that we have about it. That made you really scary. And once we could examine those thoughts and notice what they are in that. They're simply sentences in our brain. That's all it is. It's just a sentence in our brain that we could listen to at acknowledge or we cannot and one of the things that i find has really been helpful for coaches like one of our coaches her. Name's rebecca huge fear of public speaking. When she started out it was the last thing she wanted to do. And one of the things that she realized is that you only really needs to be one chapter ahead of the people that you want. Serve only one chapter ahead. A lot of people think that they have to have all of their life figured out before they can really contribute anything meaningful. What she realized in one of our trainings is only need to be one chapter ahead. The people you wanna serve now. She's like posting not. Stop all over the place and she's on track to make a hundred this year just a love to if we could given the times flying. What is certified coaching main platform. What's the certified potman yeah..

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"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"I'm your host and welcome to the show that gets you in front of your best audience and keeps you there now if you thinking about starting a business and you want to stop coaching. But you don't know how to do either of those things than today's call has certainly something in store for you. Because almond the line with the wonderful frank macrey with new sheriff. Frank thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be here. It's enough sleep trait to have you here now. Frank is the founder of thriving coach academy. We're going to be talking about how to stop a success successful coaching business and ham to master the art business and coaching. But we always like to start off first frank by learning a little bit more of a you. I'm wondering if we can start off with where you're okay. Where's home for you for me. Right now is less coast. Seattle washington fantastic and have you always lived different. No so i'm originally from long island new york and i look. I relocated to boston for college for a few years. And that was around the time i discovered what life coaching wise. And then i moved to china for a few years started building up my business simultaneously while living out there and after china hopton cooper canada and now live in seattle. It's about four years here..

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"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:11 min | 9 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"That's going to be like easy because you know not interested into hunting or chasing birds or rabbits but then you know as soon as we kind of you know I don't know he'll sam from his fear of audit everything came back and then you know like really had to train him hard because otherwise these star and they need a lot of you know you need to take care of them go for very long walks and but they're great dogs so beautiful dogs too saw Yeah i love taking this bit of a diversion of the cost because it helps to know that you think more so than just what you were in business in terms of being ceo which. I'm very excited about talking about in a moment but when you were younger do you remember the first book that you've ever read. And what impression did it live with you. I think i say their title ride. Think was The little prince. And i think like exploring. The world was always a kind of a topic to me. So i remember that that it was always in manhattan especially also when i was reading reading books and like being open. And it'd be nice to other people and you know being open to new situations new car insurance electronic the world. I remember like for example. I mean just to give you one example. It's it's actually interesting just like talking to a friend about its when i finish my high school with a teen. The first day after Finished high school. I moved to monitor all by myself. So i always wanted to leave germany and work abroad under be inactive contra so this is like something i've i've like i've always had the intention to travel the world and they experience new things so that's a really a thing which is kind of part of my life to be. Yes absolutely do a lot of travel when inbetween time in the meantime do you have any downtown. And how important is that for you. Sorry wet When you're traveling. And i assumed it would be somewhat harley in. Jaws somewhat stress stressing role. Do you find that it's important to break away from that. And have some downtime. Some time alone by yourself. I mean yes i mean. I sure you always need a quiet time. Like fine to yourself but also meditation. So i'm a very social person but i have my moments that they take time for myself also when i when i work out when i go for around i actually preferred to go for a run by myself or when i do yoga. I actually do like yoga by myself. I don't go to like yoga assest. So this is at my alone time and recharge an you know an comeback to like my energy level just makes me feel great then. I'm like totally happy to socialize. Because i'm a very very social or son so i'm actually exit. Also grew up with with free brother. So i'm used to big family..

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"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"frank e" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Love to do yoga and pilates and enough to go around so and you start a new start of things that i do for at least like three or four times per week. especially yoga also part of like my morning routine so yet super important to me so otherwise i. I'm up my energy. It's you find. It just makes me feel so much better. So i think that's really really important. It's incredibly important to move your body in. It's it's no surprise to me that you are involved with plant because of these very reasons and we will talk about that. In some tipped to live and later on in the cold julia. But when you were growing up and your head you around horses you would obviously had to have had a lot of space was it. Was it like a farm environment that you grew up on So i grew up Like more like a smaller village. And i mean we didn't. We didn't own a farm or something. I would have my horses as a farm so my parents would drive me. It's basically like writing ranch. If you call it like i was kind of a professional level like this was like really let get like equestrian centre with all the facilities. I wouldn't actually like focusing a lot on champ bang so you need like all you need all the excitement and you really need like a professional surrounding and i had like gray. Trainers like one of my training was actually participating Olympics you wanna know olympics military. So yeah so i was really into into that very passionate about that. At some point they also wanted to like finish my school and just be like horse. Horseback riding train on my parents said on the day foreign me study and finish everything so at some point when i was younger i think it was like fifteen. I told my parents. I only wanna be with around orces. And that's going to be like my my my job or for the live an issue studies and then you can reconsidered again so i'm glad they did that. Key moment. julie you touched on you touched on dogs earlier. What types of dokes did you own. We had a hunting dog hunting. Dogs thanksgiving so it's a it's a germ. It's a german hunting dot. How much oil of we put ourselves a puppy and gb the hard work extremely hard work and the interesting part about that one is actually. We rescued that dog and the dark was actually like beaten beaten by by by an other guy you know the guy really mistreated the dog and then we rescued the dog and the doc didn't have any hunting hunting intentions at all so we thought okay..

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"frank e" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"frank e" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Tim kunin you recently. Wrote a profile of frank gore for espn dot com. So what inspired you to take him on as a topic at this particular moment. It's interesting follow. Because i've watched his career forever. I i'm in the bay area. So i followed him when he was with the forty niners and he's always struck me as someone who's sort of exists outside of our current time. Espn's tim. Qa has been writing about the nfl for three decades. Like he's this guy. That's the third leading rusher all time and yet he doesn't really seem to be appreciated or highlight that you can point to. He's just sort of this guy that has just existed forever in our consciousness and right and the fact that he's he's on the jets. He's he's i mean he's their lead back still. It just became this thing like how. How remarkable it is for someone. His age thirty seven years old <hes>. From the two thousand five draft class as a running back is still not only in the league but productive and you spoke to him on the phone for a long time for this story and as you say despite him being this guy with a resume that might be worthy of consideration hall of fame consideration. He is fairly anonymous. So tell us what he's actually like. As a person he is amana few words and he is <hes>. We did have a very long conversation. And you know he's he just is a football guy. I know that sounds like a cliche but everyone you talk to about. Frank says that he's this vont. He's one of those people that that can do these things but isn't particularly good at explaining them. And i think it's partly because what he does is just as is a product of of work and study and just feel and it's another reason why why he's one of a kind. I'm not talking. I'm really not a talker. I know i've been blessed with the bullied. Play football at a high level. I'm glad there every day you know. Give it up all on field in the game. And we'll give my teammates mall to i take advantage of it and why i take advantage of occurs got got taken away from you at college so i know that knows this game not promise nobody as we say in that press conference clipped him. His injuries in college an enormous part of his story early on had come to the university of miami out of nearby coral gables high school as a freshman. He was a backup on that iconic team. That won the two thousand and one national title scoring five touchdowns that year and really impressing people as this up and comer tell us what played out over the next few seasons. You talk about remarkable. I mean he had to l. tears at the university of miami and was on those uteem's with guys like mcgahey in clinton portis in one star after another in the backfield and he pushed himself to overcome these injuries and to compete with those guys obviously for running back. Acl tear is among the worst. And have it have twice in college. You know it would seem to be insurmountable. It cost him some speed as a freshman. He was kind of a revelation as a speed back down. You know what we think of him now isn't necessarily that. It's it's the tough yards and it's the inside yards. So i think he had to adapt a little bit to what he could do when he lost a step or to get the poor right gore riding out what again the man out of coral gables brings the big to the miami hurricane he just wilt himself to become a third round draft. Pick of the forty niners in two thousand five. Only a handful of guys from that drafter still playing in most of them are quarterbacks and kickers.

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"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Laura Body welcomed the bill and Frank E. Pop culture. I am frank and with me as always bill. How're you doing good but I'm not alone? No your not. Why aren't you alone? Bill? It's one of those special nights where we've invited our favorite pipe. Smoking boat loving bearded Hillbilly John Beaver to join us. Because we have some things that John can provide a unique perspective on tonight that we want to talk about. The first time that anybody from Haddonfield New Jersey was called a hillbilly good point. That is very true. I we're we're we're very rare breed of country country music Levin hillbillies from Haddonfield. That's accurate once again. Bill Frank have fallen off the wagon. We skipped one week two weeks. How many weeks do we? We put two weeks to episodes out in one week. And then we skipped. We were supposed to record which I thought was which I thought was very kind. I thought so too if people should feel very blessed Hash Tag Hash but then we were going to record Sunday but Kind of got away from us. You are at all day wrestling tournament with the L. Dog. So we kind of put that on hold and well but it only took. Us three days to reschedule. I don't feel too bad about it. Yeah so this is a weird time of year right. Like there's not a ton going on I think it you know. We started this year off saying we were going to try to be more interesting. We're going to try to watch wrestling and you know here. We are in the post rumble wrestlemainia season. There's still not in my opinion a lot to talk about although it has been a little better like Roy in particular has. There's a couple of things that we probably will get into next time. We talk. But there's a couple of things going on that I like anytime edges involved like full-time on that story line. I love it so has he been on. Has he been on since Randy beat the shit out? He's been selling the injury but I thought his wife.

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"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"The bill and Frank E. Pop culture. I am frank and with me as the man the myth the concert master Baiter Bill Mazzola as long bill. How are you? I'm doing good. I mean you really had me there. I thought it was GONNA be legend as usual but no constant masturbaters which I mean mm-hmm at least at one point in my life was true. I think I think what I try to do their rope. You in you thought I was going to go right but I went right left Fisher Fisher great in the cheek. That's right I gotcha man. It's been a little while since one of these dude. I don't know I don't even know what our winner is a little longer than we thought. yeah so like November sixteenth was the last time we sat down and record. So it's been like over two months jet. It's been two months four days two months and four days of no bill and frank out in the universe while it was a busy holiday holiday season. I think things kind of got away from both of us a little bit but hopefully twenty twenty were be back and better than ever. I mean that's one way to put it. I was going to blame you one hundred percent but I'm definitely I'm parched partially at fault. I'd say you're no less than fifty percent at fault. I think that's fair. That's probably fair. Yeah I mean yeah had a lot of things in this holiday season new relationship. Shout out to my girlfriend Jen. Who is upset that she has never been mentioned engined in podcast before now in check that off the list and then there were a couple of times you were supposed to record fell asleep? So I mean there's that Yemen I And I'll tell you forty years forty years old. Hit me like a fucking freight train. I come home from work This new job that I you know I've been since May I'm just like oh I want to do is crawl on the bed and like read. Yeah I haven't been watching the on the television. You know it's just it's it's been pretty wild but I think I feel like the holidays are over. I was at Disney for ten days. That's behind behind us. It's like the winter time there's nothing else to do except put out amazing podcast. Goodness yeah which is I. I mean we're good at that. Yeah Hey so one thing. I've been meaning to tell you in since we never talk unless we do a podcast so we haven't talked for two months so so there's a commercial on TV and I think it's a think tickets state farm commercial without Rogers. No it's the one where it's like. Don't mess with my discount. That state farm right. Yeah well Aaron Rodgers was doing doing that yes but I guess they have other ones. Okay so you know the one where the guy pulls up to the light in the other guy pulls up next to him and yet Sherman Serban. It's Sherman from American Pie. The one yeah yeah Porsche. Every time every every time that commercial comes on I bill I swear to God. Francesca goes uncle bill. What every time she thinks that reflects Shurmur? They do every time in Mary. Every time just goes into like that that silent. Mary laugh where she makes. No noise and can't breathe. Listen listen what's your does your does your this Franchesca have a phone. Does she have a phone. She's five well. We need to have a conversation. I'm I'm much better looking in the terminator. I'll have I feel like I feel like you're a perfect mix of the Sherman ater in Chuck. DT FROM AWA wrestling. I don't know him good enough. Yeah he he's he's transit agency that much. I feel like I'm much closer to Jamie Kennedy Than Sherman her. Oh I never saw that like scream to Jamie Kennedy like. That's what I look like in college but anyway I had to tell you that I thought it was so funny so now every time I see it I just I like I. Don't even see the Sherman. I just see you when's it. It's the weirdest coincident and so you know the commercials that are out now for slow fees slow motion selfies slow fees. I think I saw at once. The the new iphone eleven can take slow Mo selfies Chelsea video. So there's one where there's a dude with a beard in a sprinkler and he's taking a Selfie of the of the water coming down on his head and Francy says that looks like uncle frank being an idiot so I mean I listen. I want us to repair the guy in the slow fee. Commercial is a little heavy. Don't w.

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"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"It's bigger on the inside. Everybody and welcome to Bill. And Frank E pop culture as always. I'm Frank with me as always the rose to my doctor, Phil. How you doing Bill? Why am I moved man? That's a little unfair. But whatever keep going your companion. Why are you the doctor because I started the show on? Make sense. Okay. So it's been a couple of weeks since we've been with you. We had a canvas last week. And we're back with you this week apologies upfront for coming out so late in the week. But we had weather and electricity issues internet issues all kinds of. Machine based control passive aggressive sky, net bullshit, and we're back in the mix so happy to be with you. Hope you guys enjoy the show today. Bill is, is fresh back on the east coast, after a trip to L A. How was that Bill may L is slimy kind of a fun place to visit? I got to go to Harry Potter world, which was worth the trip just by itself. But LA so gross. Like can never it's weird for such a movie freak incentive file like I am. But I could never live out there permanently every time I get back from there feel like after shower for like three hours to get the grossness off me but it was a good trip. I did a lot of drinking went Harry Potter world. But my daughter a wand. So, yeah, it was good. Happy to be back though. Happy to have you back. So while you were in LA, you know, I had a I had a a episode while. Yeah. While at work, and I kind of wanted to tell everybody about it just take you on this little journey with me. So. You know, most of the time, I'm probably nine ten in the morning after by second Cup of coffee normal for about movement and. Yeah. Show. You know the preface just started new job. Okay. So I'm new guy in the office dreadful very stressful. Don't know a lot of people, you know, they look at me. First thing they think is new guy in the office. Right. So you try not to step out of place. You're saying anything stupid or make any dumb faces that, you know, people hold against you for the rest of your tenure at the organization. So anyway, I make my way to the to the to the bathroom. I get in the first stall, and I dropped trial sit down and begin. My my morning. Tuesay so far seems pretty normal. Yes. Normal morning. Nobody's in the bathroom which is good. I hate it when somebody comes in because I feel like I have to do you wake whole yet you wait? Yeah. Like, if somebody comes in, I will cease all operation. You'll try to wait them out. I wait them out. I've gotten into some like, really lengthy games of chicken that way where the other person's trying to wait me out at the same time or if somebody like an older gentleman comes in and has prostate issues. Yeah. While that's unfortunate it, it's just trickling out while you're sitting there trying to hold everything in. But anyway, not the case on this day. All right. So I know toilet. And, you know, I make my first deposit okay in now I'm a looker. I don't know if, if that's like normal or not. But I'm looking like, I usually will look to see what happened. Right. Okay. Phillies feel like if you're if you're not a looker, that's weird. Okay. Well, that makes me feel better because. Every time I do it. I'm like, why am I so weird? But so I look, I'm like good. But somehow in getting back to like a regular seating position. 'cause, you know, to look you have to kinda like get up a little bit shared your weight. Yes. So when getting back to the regular seating position, somehow, the entire commode shifts way. Like the foundations of it. Yes. Okay. Okay. So, like I looked Mike Weymouth that just happened. And I looked down and I can see the ring of cock. That was around the bottom of the toilet. Okay. So now I'm faced with a situation where did it unseat itself from the wax ring into the drain? Right. Right. So I got. This log in the toilet new guy at the office. If I flush the toilet in a did on seat from the, the drain, it's going to go all over the floor. Yeah. So then with you, you do. Do you feel the love? Yeah. So, but so if I flash, I'm, like, okay if I flush in it is on seeded the water's going to go everywhere. Do I just run out in act? Like I have no idea what happened. Okay. Then I'm like can I out run the water? I don't know. But you hit on the head. See that's why we're such good friends. You leave the log right in. That's exactly what I did. I wiped I cleaned up. I left it. Nobody was I made sure everybody was in the bathroom. Got up buckled up wash my hands left and then later in the cafeteria lunchtime drop like a wide another kind of place where people have shifts in the toilet. Yeah, so, but I go in later in the day to take a leak, and I'm like I wonder and I just peek in somebody had the balls to flush it, and it was on the floor. Everything was fine. So but who crisis averted? Yes. I mean you kind of just killed killed the career right there. Exactly. So with that let's get into this week show. So bill..

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"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

13:28 min | 2 years ago

"frank e" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Ludicrous speed go. Hey, everybody, welcome to the fourth episode of Bill and Frank E pop culture. I have. And as always along, my side is the Colonel Sanders to my Lord dark helmet Bill, Bill. We can't flew down for give you that you petty excuse for an officer. Well, baseball's intro. Caught me by surprise as good. I know it's never a bad time for space balls. Still waiting for the sequel. Yeah, we're supposed to get it right. Yeah. Space balls. Three the search for two. Yeah. All right. So let's get right into it this week Bill, even though, once again, this is not a wrestling podcast now. Definitely not there's so many of them's yeah, there's, there's a lot of them out there. It's kind of a saturated market. And this is not one of those as Chris Jericho said in the ring light not marks. It's not a wrestling bigest shut up shut up..

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