29 Burst results for "George Costanza"
"george costanza" Discussed on Ask Women Podcast: What Women Want
"And we're all things we're everywhere, we're global. Our head engineers now Tinder, who tells you anything. So we know we're doing very good. But as you're swiping the algorithm is learning, at least if you keep it, it's learning what you like. And so we become better at it the more you're swiping, which is also why you should try to do a little bit every day or every other day. And, you know, with guys, it's a similar thing. Guys don't have these lists that women tend to. That's how they talk about what they're looking for. But they do tend to be narrow. So open. Maybe they should create lists then of what it is that they're looking for. That would be. Or do the George Costanza move the christen did? Do you swipe on some things like I don't know if that is. They should make like a dating app that just has profiles. Instead of anything else, no looks, no age, and then just see who you connect with on that level. Actually, I did have a recommendation. Maybe they have it already. So my girlfriends were on the league, and they were saying, I'll be so great if I could say, oh, I'm not into him, but I want to suggest it to my friend, like pass him on to my friend. If they could do, I don't know, just OkCupid do that. No, we used to have that feature where you could send a profile. We used to have that feature, but we're actually talking about bringing it back because we have so many situations like this where you're like, let me handle this. Just let me handle it. Yeah. You go on a date with somebody, you're like, yeah, you wouldn't be good for me, but my friend would be right here. Let me just send you her profile on the league or something. I wish I had friends. I would totally do that. So I have two questions..
Biden Administration Foolishly Refuses to Allow More Drilling
"Let me turn to this insane drilling stuff because it's like you can't make it up. The Wall Street Journal did a great thing the other day. I actually said this. Months ago, it's like Joe Biden needs to channel George Costanza from Seinfeld, where you just do the opposite of what you think you should do. That might actually help. Wall Street Journal had a great op-ed. Saying the same exact thing, just the other day. And this is one where, yeah, we really need where's George. Where's George Costanza? So the Biden administration is canceling drilling leases despite the fact that we have record high oil prices. This is a decision that I think is going to have some pretty serious consequences. So they are halting this drilling in the cook inlet in Alaska. This is a pretty significant high profile oil and natural gas lease opportunity that was before the interior department. And it's a little strange because he's been saying, yeah, yeah, yeah, in recent months, we're going to boost our oil and that gas production here in the U.S., right? Has the situation overseas not taught us anything in terms of the importance of being energy independent. And yet now, now, with inflation at a 40 year high with energy coming off of the market, so therefore driving energy prices even higher, his idea is to not approve leases. I mean, it's sort of mind boggling. And yes, brings us right back to that Seinfeld, George Costanza example, please. Please start doing the opposite of what you think is
Hello Jimmy Carter 2.0: Pelosi Wants to Regulate Gas Prices
"Turning to another person who needs two channel George Costanza, that would be Nancy Pelosi. Speaker of the House, saying, in her weekly address, that she intends to introduce legislation that would allow Biden to set gas prices. Are we going back to the 70s? I mean, Jimmy Carter, where are you? What we're going to ration? Gas? We're going to set prices. That's your answer to this energy crisis? It's worth just taking a little teeny moment and having a little econ one O one session with all of these lawmakers because they don't seem to understand that supply and demand are correlated. And the pricing and incentives are also correlated. So if prices are capped, do you think anybody wants to be in this industry? Do you think businesses are going to want to drill more, knowing that they can't make more? Depending on whatever the price should be in the open market for oil? No. Of course they don't. And so it means you're not going to have enough supply, which is going to keep prices consistently high. OPEC knows this. OPEC chooses not. To pump more oil because it wants to keep prices high. So we're going to say, okay, we're going to cap prices, which is actually going to disincentivize corporations from wine to be in this business. And we think that's going to be the answer.
Rich Zeoli: The Best COVID Relief Package Right Now Is Getting People Back to Work
"This at a time when the U.S. national debt now has exceeded $30 trillion for the first time $30 trillion 70% of Americans have said enough is enough with COVID It's here We got to live our lives And yet we're talking about now spending more money on COVID relief packages You know the best COVID relief package we could do right now in this country Getting people back to work Get off your ass and go back to work That's the best COVID relief package we could have in this country right now If you don't have a job and you're getting unemployment you have to prove that you're looking for a job just like George Costanza did when he created Vandelay industries You got to prove it You can't just sit home and say you're afraid of COVID anymore That'd be the best way we could get our country going again We've got millions of people who are not coming back into the workplace So our national debt is now exceeded $3200 for the first time Thank God at least for now Joe Manchin has said Bill Beck better is dead but that could change tomorrow And they're talking about more COVID relief and you think at some point this might be a wake-up call at the federal government spends way too much money No of course no please No there's not a wake up call at all The left is very happy with this Because in the left idea that means more people are on the government Dole and the more people that are on the government Dole means bigger bigger government That's the ultimate idea
'Socialism' Is Making People Dependent on Government
"That was funny It was just checking social media and people You don't know what socialism is Let AOC describe it for you Not too complicated when you redistribute wealth and you get people in government programs that's ultimately paid for by the people who earned The redistributive properties tend to be central at the forefront and also introduce you to by being here in South Florida where I'm surrounded by a bunch of immigrants who have lived through socialism And they'll be happy to tell you each and every day How what the human fund The human infrastructure did the human fund George Costanza's Ponzi scheme Money for people Be happy to tell you How that represents socialism And that's the bigger point here by the way about that entire deal Brian mud in for the great one Mark Levin The bigger point here isn't about the cost because that's what made up anyway The numbers are so much BS three and a half trillion Well even the conservative estimates say this thing shoots over 5 trillion but the bigger point isn't even the number because we know that any time you start government programs do they ever operate according to the costs that they said they were going to originally You know you'd have to be stuck on stupid to believe the numbers anyway They always ever run by usually three times But the bigger point isn't even the Weimar Republic style money for me they want to do in this country to account for all this nonsense It's to get as many people depended on the government as possible It is absolutely socialism
Pakistan funds fact or opinion
"There's a half of our country right now that's living in a air quotes, reality that doesn't exist. Not kidding. This isn't a comic book. It's not a joke. It's a real problem. We have a Country of three constitutional Republic of 330 million people, plus And in order to make serious decisions about serious things. Just go down the list taxes, school health care, abortion guns, the Constitution, civil liberties, whatever that may be, in order to make serious decisions seriously. People like the citizens of the Constitutional Republic largely are outside of the radical left rape. We have to be able to make decisions. And in order to reach decisions, we should agree on a collective set of facts, not opinions. Okay, If you think we should support the government of Pakistan, more or less is an opinion. However, the amount of money say dish using this example in foreign policy, because it's an easy one. However, the amount of money we give to the government of Pakistan is a fact that is not an opinion. Now. I get it for the listening audience. You're like, Okay, that makes sense, Stan. But to the radical left, they don't seem to understand the difference between the two. You can say to you How? Listen, I don't think we should support. You know Pakistan with this amount of money, But the amount is a fact you agreeing with the amount we should give is an opinion. So how is it that we have half of America or close to it? That hated Donald Trump can't stand conservatives. How is it that they've come to exist in come to exist in reality where they don't have a grasp of what a fact is anymore? Folks, it's happening right now. Now we played this yesterday and bringing me not to pile on Brian Stelter, but he it's any easy target the pile, of course of CNN, but he has a show called Unreliable sources reliable. So when you get to him on CNN, and he was just the opening segment we covered yesterday, 11 seconds off Where Brian Stelter hilariously it's CNN says it's US conservatives in the listening on each other. That where the part where the problem we live in an alternate reality and thank God there's a media to set it straight. Check this out. You said the state of American Democracy is well, it's even worse than you think. So how should the reality based press cover an alternative reality? GOP? Right, And that's not a joke. He actually said that this is the same guy again who promoted the collusion hoax. The Russian bounty hoax. The China was a the Chinese, you know, coronavirus that emanated from China was it had to be naturally current couldn't have been man made. I mean, all these hoaxes were promoted by CNN, MSNBC and networks like Brian Stelter resides on now. They were all proven false. So how is it that they live in a reality? That's not real. And how is it that they're just quote discovering things that both you and I and the listening audience knew the entire time the conservatives out there. How does this alternate reality? Remember Bizarro Superman World's gonna come up a lot. I was a big comic book fan as a kid member Bizarro Superman. Everything was upside down backwards. Bizarro Superman was super ugly. How is it that the modern liberal lives in Bizarro Superman land? How is that? How was it that they live in The George Costanza Seinfeld episode. Remember that episode when Costanza does everything backwards and imagines and magically works out for him? This is the Seinfeld episode, like a stance that does everything backwards. Costanza. Stelter hadn't even done that, but it doesn't work out for them ever. He curses out George Steinbrenner and he gets fired, not a promotion. How is it that they've come to live in this alternate reality? Well, let's go to group one. First that contributes to this alternate reality they live in and why they believe things that aren't true. And why believing these things, Ladies and gentlemen, is getting people killed. This is not a joke. People are dying. Because of a reality liberals live in that does not exist. It's fake.
10 Trivia Questions on Seinfeld and George Costanza
"All right seinfeld. george costanza trivia. Here's question number one. What does george eat from a trash can while getting caught by his girlfriend's mom number one. What does george eat from a trash can while getting caught by his girlfriend's mom number one question number two. What is george out buying when his girlfriend. Jane appears topless at the hamptons number two. What is george out buying when his girlfriend. Jane appears top lists at the hamptons number two number three george attempts to get a date in the personal ads for what communist newspaper number three george attempts to get a date and the personal ads in the name of what communist newspaper number three and four walking with a waitress in a park. What word is george. Say he actually likes number four when walking with a waitress in a park. What word does george say. He really likes. Question number five. George fears one the susan's collection because it resembles whom number five george fears one of the dolls and susan's collection because it resembles whom and question number six. George wants to name his child seven after. What major league baseball players jersey number number six. George wants to name his child seven after what. Mlb players jersey number number six question. Seven on costanza. What company did george pretend to be handicapped. At what company did george pretend to be. Handicapped number seven three questions left to go for. George what is george is supposed adult film star name for himself number eight. What is georgia's supposed- adult film star name for himself number. Eight and number nine steinbrenner trades george from the yankees to what other company number nine steinbrenner trades george from the yankees to what other company and your final question for today number ten on what date in december two stanzas celebrate festivus. What date in december do the castanza's celebrate festivus.
"george costanza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Atyou, like, Who the hell is that? Wasn't she in the Mamas and the Papas is that she's a truck driver and pee wee Herman March March March time, Large Mark section and did you and see that she had to, like, Get up and apologize for us, Adam. You barely even know what Q and non is and her stands on cue and on and she had to apologize in a closed door meeting to the GOP. I heard you talking about that wasn't cute on the gang, George Costanza. Answered, claimed he was in on Seinfeld, Van Buren Boys. More people understand that then they do who this chick is anyway, but part of it is with her scent of giving the apology. It's like, Look, if your kooky and crazy Hey, you're kooky and crazy, But now if you're all of a sudden, you know she believes the stuff she said. I'm gonna serve, she said. It's so out there if you didn't believe it, no reasonable person would ever say it. Now I have less respect for you because you're just a fraud. Like the rest of that least Liz Cheney didn't apologize to Matt Gates. Yeah, I mean, do you have a specialist Cheney At the very least, Well, apologizing was voting for impeachment. Let's talk about the woods. Let's talk about the Cheneys right. The Cheney family is responsible in directly or indirectly for the deaths of more than 10,000. Americans. 10,000 Americans. Her dad's into one of some of the loneliest, most awful deaths imaginable, and she was cheerleader in chief. Yet she's in leadership recently as of yesterday, backed up and supported by the Republican Party, But Donald Trump started an insurrection. That's why the Republican Party is where it is so going back to Nigel's original question here. Who's the new boogie Man? Is it Ted Cruz? Are they going to tie what happened at the Capitol to guys like Ted Cruz and Josh Holly? You're not going to find the star like you had with Donald Trump. But there has to be a boogeyman. Right? That's how they run their business. That's how socialistic Communist regimes throughout recorded history have always operated. There has to be someone that you are petrified of. So that you need the strong man that you need. The government and their strongman is Biden, isn't it? Isn't it odd that AOC is claiming? I was afraid I almost died in the insurrection in the capital riots. Meanwhile, there were real people that Actually died. Police officers doing their duty that died. Unarmed protesters died during this, But AOC is using this to push her narrative that you'll take crews had to try to have her murdered and that all Trump supporters are crazy well, but why not? There's never any punishment. Nothing ever nothing ever happens. I mean, great Example of this is how this police officer who died in the riots is being treated. Now this person's a hero. God bless that person. It's tragic. That person passed away, but looking at this person is being celebrated by politicians on both sides of the aisle. You didn't hear a peep when David Dorn passed away in Missouri, the elderly Missouri police officer who gave his life trying to defend local businesses, not a word from those people When that happened, and this person has a parade, they won't let this in because if it ends like you said, the Boogey man goes away and these people on both sides of the aisle. Don't kid yourself there. People like Todd Young and the establishment wing of the Republican Party are just as invested as vanquishing conservatives as the Democrats are. And AOC going back to her. She has such pull with the media. AOC already Has ABC doing damage control two tweets in the last 16 hours. ABC and their official Blue Check Mark account have put out their basically saying how great of a person AOC was and how scared she was during that event. Nothing about the fact that she allied completely about where she was at that. That's a thing. And this is aside from her her saying that she was sexually assaulted. Who knows if she was that's terrific but the details of what she described in the capital and what happened to our live. There's no way around that that is completely refuted by people who were there. Other members of Congress even Snopes, which is a complete liberal in the tank piece of crap organization. They said she was full of crap. But there is no punishment. And when they keep getting away with this stuff, why would they ever stop going off the rails with Rob Kendall? Here on the Hammer and Nigel Show? Let's bring it back local here. You were fired up yesterday when you found out that the state of Indiana has purchased a Super Bowl ad. Now. For those who don't know the Super Bowl, sells a few local spots to every local TV market. So of course you're seeing the big national commercials, But there's always room for local stuff. State of Indiana State Department of Health They've got a vaccine Super Bowl commercial. But if you know anything about buying ads, it's not cheap $123,000, according to Nikki Kelly of The Journal Gazette, a great reporter Is the price the state is paying for this ad, and it's an ad telling people to get the covert shot. Hello. There's way more people who want the covert shot than covert shot's available. This is government. In a nutshell, telling people to get something that they can't. Yeah, I like to keep the wait list for people within the age range. L my 65 year old dad's side that for he's gonna wait till the end of March. It is people. It's completely disingenuous. But this is when the excuse of well, it's It scares act money. It's federal government money. That's our money. You idiots were 29 $30 trillion in debt. You're spending money. Nine generations from now, we'll still be paying for and they don't care at all. And this excuse well to find was. This is why we said they shouldn't have printed the money and spend it because this is the crap. It gets wasted on a Super Bowl ad telling people to get a shot that isn't available on.
"george costanza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That mildly entertained us will take the chance that you'll find them interesting, too. Let's start a whole new fight because, remember the whole green Needle brainstorm challenge Where there was this audio clip. It was just absolutely going viral everywhere. And you when you heard it, you could. You could tell your brain like depending on what word you were imagining you could hear. Either Green Needle or brainstorm. I've got it. He wanted you have that You have still got it. Oh, yeah, Let's do that. You both immediately. It's clearly green needle. It's green Needle. If you think green, Neil, But then if you think brainstorm, you hear, brainstorm know it's kind of this magic of the audio Stop deceiving the listeners. It's clearly green needle. No, it is both brainstorm. Rest my case. Okay, So there's a whole other one that I saw on Tic tac over the weekend. This one is even crazier. And at least with the green Needle brainstorm one I can hear both like I can decide. What would I want to hear? And that's what I hear this one. Apparently, um, you can hear Up to nine different words when you listen to it, and I can only hear like three and I have to try really hard to hear them. But let's go ahead and play it. You don't have to play for very long because it's just a repetition over and over again. But let's let everybody hear it. Flame, Flame, Flame, Flame Flame Flame Flame flame, All right, That's enough. We hear that's so obvious like there's only one. I laughed my ass off on this all those options because you're getting punked. That's flame. The only option the guy's saying flame and you're getting punked on China. Tic tac? No. Because guess what else? You're supposed to hear. What support you're supposed to be able to hear any of these words. Okay? I'm just gonna list um And then I'll tell you which ones I could make myself here. So obviously flame is the 1st 14. A M is another lamp is another swing it Swipe. Wait, Fling it slam and swam. What? All of those know all of those. You're supposed to be able to hear any of them. If you just concentrate hard enough on any of those words, then you can make yourself here. Those other words. Do you have that list in front of you? Because I want you to say those words. And then I'm gonna play this again. And you tell me that you don't just hear flame when people are listening to this, Okay? You want me to say the least? Yeah. Okay. Flame 4 A.m. lamp. Swing it! Swipe! Wait! Fling it! Slam swim. Flame Flame Flame Flame Flame flame flame It swam, swam swells told me Make myself here. Slam swam or there was another one that I could do. I can't. I definitely cannot hear lamp or swing it or fling it or swipe. I could. I definitely cannot hear those. But I can kind of make myself here. Slam and swam. Did you? Did you see the list before you listen to it? Because I knew what it was. So I didn't look at the list and I wanted to see what I heard. And I who flame which was the first one. So did you see the list and then listen, I saw it. It was the same time because literally it comes up. As you know, as you're scrolling. All of a sudden, you see the list as you're hearing the audio, So there was no, it was literally at the same time, So I think that's part of what this is, is. That you can make people believe. What's the old George Costanza thing? It's not a lie. If you believe it to be true. You can. I mean, I think maybe we're seeing this in society with the stupid stuff with the masks and everything else that if we just say it enough And and people get in their head. Will that? Yeah, of course, like it's like some of those words, There's no way flame Flame Flame Flame Flame Flame E mean I definitely hear flame first. But also that is the first word listed you here because that's what it is. I am Flame Flame flame flames. What? Don't you feel like you can also swim? No, you're nothing. And you're playing because the man is saying Flame Lame Flame Flame Flame flame. Yeah, Okay, But I can't trust you because you also never heard brainstorm. Clearly brainstorm is in there. They're messing with you on that one, too. Let's see what stupid crap. We can come up with a convince people. They're hearing that, too, Because that was clearly hang on hearing. Everybody else will hear it again. It was clearly green needle. Me brainstorm. Oh, my God! I saw her brainstorm that time Plan. Flame Flame Flame.
"george costanza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You need a good boat immediately. It's clearly green needle. It's green Needle if you think green Needle, But then if you think brainstorm, you hear, brainstorm know it's kind of this magic of the audio. Stop deceiving the listeners. It's clearly green Needle. No, it is boat. Brainstorm dressed like this. Okay, So there's a whole other one that I saw on Tic tac over the weekend. This one is even crazier. And at least with the green Needle brainstorm one I can hear both like I can decide what would I want to hear? And that's what I hear this one. Apparently, um, you can hear Up to nine different words when you listen to it, and I can only hear like three and I have to try really hard to hear them. But let's go ahead and play it. You don't have to play for very long because it's just a repetition over and over again. But let's let everybody hear it. Flame, Flame, Flame, Flame Flame Flame Flame flame, All right, That's enough. We hear. It's so obvious like there's only one. I laughed my ass off when I saw all those options because you're getting punked. That's flame. The only option the guy's saying flame and you're getting punked on China. Tic tac? No. Because guess what else? You're supposed to hear. What support you're supposed to be able to hear any of these words. Okay? I'm just gonna list um And then I'll tell you which ones I could make myself here. So obviously flame is the 1st 14. A M is another lamp is another swing it Swipe. Wait, Fling it slam and swam. All those know all of those. You're supposed to be able to hear any of them. If you just concentrate hard enough on any of those words, then you can make yourself here. Those other words. Do you have that list in front of you? Because I want you to say those words. And then I'm gonna play this again and you tell me that you don't just hear flame when people are listening to this. Okay. You want me to say the list right now? Okay. Flame 4 A.m. lamp. Swing it! Swipe! Wait! Fling it! Slam swim. Flame Flame Flame Flame Flame flame flame swam, swam swells told me make myself here. Slam swam or there was another one that I could do. I can't. I definitely cannot hear lamp or swing it or fling it or swipe. I could. I definitely cannot hear those. But I can kind of make myself here. Slam and swam. Did you? Did you see the list before you listen to it? Because I knew what it was. So I did. Look at the list and I wanted to see what I heard. And I heard Flame, which was the first one. So did you see the list and then listen, I thought it was the same time because literally it comes up. As you know, as you're scrolling. All of a sudden, you see the list as you're hearing the audio, So there was no, it was literally at the same time, So I think that's part of what this is. That you can make people believe. What's the old George Costanza thing? It's not a lie. If you believe it to be true that you can. I mean, I think maybe we're seeing this in society with the stupid stuff with the masks and everything else that if we just say it enough And and people get in their head. Will that? Yeah, of course, like it's like some of those words, There's no way flame Flame Flame Flame Flame Flame E. I definitely hear flame first, but also that is the first word listing. You hear it because that's what it is. Flame Flame Flame flame flames But don't you feel like you can also know, swam? Know you're nothing And you're playing because the man is saying flame, I am Flame Flame Flame flame! Oh, my God. Okay, But I can't trust you because you also never heard brainstorm when clearly brainstorm is in there. They're messing with you on that one, too. Let's see what stupid crap. We can come up with a convinced people. They're hearing that, too, Because that was clearly hang on here. Everybody else will hear it again. It was clearly green Needle. You need to brainstorm. Oh, my God. I saw her brainstorm that time Plan. Flame Flame Flame flame Anyway, This is the new thing that's going around on the ticktock this weekend, and I thought everybody enjoy it Now. Next, we gotta I want to go back because we didn't get to this audio clip that I thought was so hilarious. Also on Tic Tac. Which shows what it's like to have a conversation with someone who maintains that they only get their news from the mainstream..
IBM: Why Eyes are Fixed on Big Blue
"With big blue. However, IBM is spinning off its IT infrastructure division into a new publicly traded company that that is the legacy part of IBM's business. Or shares of IBM up about seven percent. So that's helping to boost the Dow and. Arvind Krishna who took over as CEO of IBM back in April. not, really wasting anytime setting the direction for IBM's future. No, no it a little bit a little bit Sati, Nadal ask if you if you will. In anything that makes a lot of sense I mean it was interesting to note the pre-market enthusiasm IBM world pretty quickly in the market opened. Bu-. Whenever you can get the word spinoff and unlock value and cloud in the same release you've got to feel pretty good about that especially if you're IBM. So I. Think this move is really this is this is the final move in trying to turn a page for this company. In IBM is really geared toward trying to become identified as a cloud company period in. So that's what this ultimately is. It spits off spins off a little bit of a legacy part of the business. It gives them the chance to really focus on where they feel like the puck is going so to speak. Doesn't make me want to own IBM more now. No I don't think so I mean I probably honestly if I were shareholder. Maybe look at it as a nice time to cut bait and you know pull the old George Costanza. Leave on a high note But this really does go all the way back to the nineteen ninety s when former management identified the need to pivot away from. The reliance on hardware sales and really focus more on software and services. and. So what this will do ibm the new IBM will focus on it's it's open a hybrid cloud platform which. Represents a massive massive opportunity I mean that's one trillion dollar opportunity which. I listen I. Mean we talk about large growing market opportunities all the time, and that's obviously a big. So you can't you can't neglect. Considering that and The spinoff company the yet to be named company. I don't know that I. Feel. So strongly about one that's focused more on managing and modernizing client owned infrastructures, I mean it's a big market opportunity but is it just legacy IBM businesses never really been compelling to begin with?
"george costanza" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"For his handling of the Corona virus. But I would point out that New York State and New York City where the epicenters and if you removed them if they had handled themselves Better. The number of deaths would be halved in this country. Honestly, the New York New Jersey area that was where most of the deaths by far they have more deaths there than in most countries of the world. So you're going to be lectured by somebody about the president's Corona virus response being a failure by somebody who oversaw more deaths than anybody since World War two. Is going to be interesting. And Gretchen Whitmer is no different. The only thing that prevents Gretchen Whitmer from surpassing New Jersey in the number of dead senior citizens and nursing homes. Through sheer incompetence. Is the fact that Michigan only has the whole state as fewer people than the city of New York. So I guess that's something Then we've got Jim Clyburn, who's congressman from South Carolina. He is the one who pulled Joe Biden's but out of the fire, Joe Biden was just a failed candidate. It was a possibility that Amy Comma Char was going to get the nomination of Buddha Judge the Democratic Party establishment was not too happy with that. They sure didn't want Bernie. But they didn't like the idea of somebody they didn't have complete control over like Joe got complete control over Joe. So Jim Clyburn stepped up and gave a ringing endorsement. Of Joe Biden two days before the South Carolina primary and Joe one Big victory for Biden, and that turned the tide almost immediately. Everybody else started to drop out. I imagine they have been promised various Cabinet positions, but he cleared the field. He's the one who did it. Then. Democrats are going to have a Republican speak well. Former replied. I don't know what John Kasich status is, Except for that. He's an arrogant D bag. John Kasich is one of the most insufferable people you could ever possibly imagine. Or meet on the face of the Earth. He really is. I I collect signed books. And I During the 2016 campaign, there was a Kasich event. I thought I'd go get Kasich to sign his book. He was running late. It was crowded. It was going to be if he if I'd have rather been able to if I would've been able to get the book signed at all. I was like, Well, the hell with it. I'm not going to stick around for this because I don't really want to hear John Kasich tell me that his father was a mailman. 15 times. He was not my guy. I didn't really like him. It was just a opportunity. Some lady who was a fan who knew I was came up and said I actually have an A in the V I P room. I could get your book signed and we can drop it off later we meet up Get great. Thank you took full advantage of that. Currently one there in his V I P room. Kasich in the bucket will uses for Who should I sign it For now, as somebody has written a book. Somebody put your book in front of you sign the book. It's just courtesy. They bought your book, literally The least you could do It is signed the book for them, but he asked, And she said, who I was and so I don't know who that is, And he wasn't going to sign my book until Bob Ehrlich stepped up and said, No, he's a good guy. Sign the book, and then he signed the book. Tells you a lot about Who John Kasich is. It's not like a sign this check signed this blank cheque for me. Don't worry. I just want to frame and I have this weird fetish for collecting signed blank checks. No, it wasn't that it was just sign your damn book. And that's John Kasich, the over under on mentions of the fact that his father was a mailman. Is 15. The smart money is on the over. That's all I remember from his 2016 campaign that and the fact that he wouldn't drop out after voters resounded like the guy who won't leave a party. Like the woman that George Costanza dated, and Seinfeld refused to accept. That they were breaking up. He'd break up with her and she goes. No, I don't accept that stuck with her. That's kind of what John Kasich is like. But the big draw The big draw tonight. His former first lady Michelle Obama. I'm going to say something controversial. About former first lady Michelle Obama. Because it's true. They can be both controversial and true. Michelle Obama's greatest accomplishment in life. Is marrying Barack That's it professionally. She hasn't accomplished all that much. She got her job working in the hospital system in Chicago. As her husband, Wass elected to the United States Senate as he rose up through the ranks in the Illinois Legislature. She rode his coattails Controversial. I know she's painted as this wonderful, strong, brilliant, independent woman. But I have to say I don't see it. She as first lady. They messed with the school lunch program that nobody liked was a complete failure and was wiped clean, thankfully, by the Trump Administration, But her books told a couple of 1,000,000 copies or autobiography only because of who she was married to Barack Obama had married somebody else. That's whose book would have sold millions of copies. That's who the left would be fawning over. There is no really major accomplishment in Michelle Obama's resume. Aside from her education and getting a degree, It's not like Oh, she was involved in this landmark civil rights case or this landmark lawsuit or this. That or the other thing now she Houston's there Nothing wrong with being just there doesn't mean she was a failure. Any stretch of the imagination, but her greatest accomplishment was that and I suspect ironically, That she is going to talk a lot about empowering women. Which again if you look at her career What did she do? What does it say? There are plenty of women out there who have actually accomplished things. Amy Klobuchar is speaking earlier in the evening. She is one of the speakers leading up to Michelle Obama and clover. Has had a long record of public service of accomplishing things of the Eight senator of being an attorney general of of working in politics, not just as a spouse, not even as a spouse, her husband..
"george costanza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"We are to quote George Costanza my name is Nigel let's Jason hammer Donald trump they talk about vaccines he is named the team to develop a coronavirus vaccine at warp speed it's actually called operation warp speed the names of this he's got this team this operation warp speed team in this value waiting fourteen different vaccine candidates right now mentioned towards the hopefully by the end of the year maybe even sooner I'm not sure how possible a vaccine before the end of the year is bye yeah it's like I read different things one one thing one article say all these guys that his mind is on the way to talk about and then the other at the like another doctor all readers like yeah it's possible I've seen studies so vaccine baby back see if the movie Spaceballs talking in a sense after operation warp speed comes operation ludicrous speed well it's funny because this is this is the exact later on after he made that speech today about the vaccines you signed the executive order effectively creating another branch of the military the space force so like it the space force flag was unveiled in the oval office earlier this afternoon it's actually pretty cool Star Wars themes today here with the trump administration and knowing how Donald Trump likes alliteration he likes things to sound good how soon until you put Maxine waters on the vaccine to vaccine waters will become available vaccine all vaccine water well this is good the one thing that I took out of today all joking aside is that it's going to be private industry that comes up with the vaccine right if you're waiting for the White House to have you know doctor found G. in a back room and doctor Burks in another room looking into a telescope yeah a microscope that's not going to happen it's going to be major companies that are working on this and what I like is that he's basically said the race is on so if your company wants to be known as the national hero and gets the vaccine out there gets all the money that goes along with it your racing against all these other people and we've cut the red tape out to make it happen and I that I mean that's one of the things made me feel better when this thing first got started to get together with the guys from target Walmart big pharma guys at the big pharma was evil all the sudden they're really there you talk about end all be all the big pharma guys all this of the superheroes are all there we did big pharma for a long time not all the heavy weights together it's like let's get going on this right now now all of a sudden everybody in America all right for so long they were the bad guys right now all your price gouging you're making everybody uncomfortable and now all of a sudden we're bowing down and buy your lunches for big pharma norm macdonald had a great stand up bit about that a couple weeks ago when they were still able to have standup comedy shows in Los Angeles yeah with the five big pharma's evil now well you want five hundred dollars a pill for the care no problem all day problem five hundred on I'm probably seems reasonable right now but closer to home here today marks the beginning of stage two for Marion County which means basically malls retail stores they can open up to fifty percent capacity a liquor stores there opened at fifty percent capacity the libraries can do curbside pickup which I don't even know if that helps them or not but again gatherings up to twenty five people that's good but that also goes for the churches because what mayor Hogsett said was that Marion County is going to be different than governor Holcomb St order because governor Holcomb said the state order said churches you're on your own you do you here in Marion County mayor Hogsett basically saying yeah you're not going to charge of this twenty six people in that building were shutting it down so I can you tell me I can go to Dick's sporting goods there eighty six street traders Boyton trying a new pair of shorts the dressing room but you can go get a hair cut that is strange county that is correct you can be in a Walmart with about told two hundred people because capacity in that joint as well over four hundred so even the fifty percent capacity in a Walmart you are in there with two hundred other people but you can't go to a church with twenty six actually I'd be shocked if you walk into a retail store and go into a dressing room I bet they have this closed off I don't know I haven't seen that would just kind of makes sense to me right now with all the stuff going on gate check out these clothes that don't try him on I will bet that be I'm I'm that that's the policy and some of these retail stores right now the Attorney General Curtis hill he's got a problem with mayor Hogsett and the fact that mayor hopes of getting involved in churches the girl's still got a lot of problems but he's a problem somebody else too he's got problems of his own he's got problems with mayor Hogsett Curtis hill says it's quote inappropriate and unlawful for city officials to impose special burdens on churches and other religious gatherings he released this through a statement he sent a letter to mayor Hogsett office asking him to reconsider his position now spokesperson for Hogg said told the Indy star that he hopes Curtis hill reconsiders his position so basically they're saying blank me blank you back and forth to each other he's I'm I'm looking at how hugs set responded here a spokesman for hogsheads office told the Indy star that the city hopes that the acting Attorney General and his staff will engage in dialogue with the health department the kind of back handed things we don't know if right we don't know yet I don't know if Curtis hill is the actual Attorney General right now because he got suspended right something is law license was suspended for a few days also goes back thirty days thirty days for the that this all going back a few years ago to this these inappropriate misconduct charges with the with hill a bard some other employees he was accused of playing grab **** with a bunch of people at the state house races so I want to ask yeah I wanna see that DO a has the same read on that I we hope the the acting Attorney General in the staff of the gauge and dialogue that's kind of like a just under in the back and it's swipe even though he might not be in charge right now Curtis hill at least of looking after some folks in Marion County because a lot of folks again power hungry with this and this takes us to the store in Westfield on Wednesday afternoon two people claiming to be excised from the state of Indiana showed up to this miniature golf course in Westfield told birdies birdies miniature golf and Jessica Lynch and her husband own this joint she did an interview with our news partners wish TV and she claimed that the excise police showed up because there was a complaint and they were rude and overbearing and demanded they shut everything down they were real half fast I'm showing their proper badges here is the manager of that golf course the guy name is Tyler and he spoke to wish TV about what he saw when the excise police came in all they.
Jerry Stiller, comedian and 'Seinfeld' actor, dies at 92
"Hour actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has passed away at the age of ninety two Stephanie Eelam looks back Jerry Stiller's acting was anything but serene best known as George Costanza's dad Frank on Seinfeld millions of people also knew him as Arthur Spooner on the TV series the king of queens no delivery people got their phone out so so you're
"george costanza" Discussed on KOMO
"Stiller has died Stiller played George Costanza's dad in back in the mid nineties he talked about the applause he received during the curtain call after show taping after the show's over they ask you to take a curtain call and somewhere along the line of such a chair that I thought they would be looking behind me to somebody else and somebody said to your career was revived this is my career highs away what I didn't know was dead ABC's Jason Nathanson joins us on the common news line and chase and it wasn't just audiences who love Jerry Stiller actors adored him too yeah absolutely and by the way it's it's so weird to hear him there for something so normal and calm when we're so used to him just yelling either from Seinfeld or on the key in queens where he starred in over over two hundred episodes but yeah we have people who have been speaking out including his son on Seinfeld Jason Alexander who played George of course saying that he was perhaps the kindest man he'd ever I had the honor to work beside and also Leah Remini who played dad Jerry Stiller's daughter of the king and queen she writes on Instagram that she's grateful for the memories and the fatherly talks that they had off screen and that she's comforted knowing that Jerry his wife and mirror the great comedy duo of store in America that they're back together again because she died a couple years ago and you know influenced so many people we have Seth Rogan weighing in today a bunch of people saying that you know he was somebody someone who made them laugh every time they stop on screen ninety two years old and this was of natural causes not covert nineteen correct we had a lot of deaths over the last seventy two hours most of them have been either of natural causes or cancers or things like that not covered related and there's so far as we know Ben Stiller was the one who tweeted about it this morning saying that it was natural causes but we lost Little Richard Roy horn yet Roy horn who we lost on Friday of course from Siegfried and Roy he did have cover nineteen we've learned that a couple weeks ago although at the time we were told that he was doing well but then word came Friday night that he had died and that he had been battling coronavirus for for a little while and he died in a hospital in Las Vegas and then Saturday morning we learned that Little Richard has died he was eighty seven years old that from what we understand was from bone cancer and we didn't really know that he was that guy I mean I haven't heard any reports of that leading up to that that he would been battling matter that that that'd been in issue but of course little Richard who had a long and fantastic life and career basically one of the fathers of rock and roll whose act was imitated from by everybody from prince to Elton John who you know helped launch the career of the Beatles and the rolling stones however since so many other people such an influential and such an interesting character in the world of rock and roll on a lighter note Disneyland re opening in Shanghai today but what kind of questions are they going to be taking because of coronavirus they took a lot of precautions they limited capacity to thirty percent so instead of a daily a number of people who would be in there around eighty thousand twenty four thousand were allowed in today from what I understand those tickets sold out pretty quickly the people were really itching to get back to to go to something like Disneyland from and from what we understand that limited capacity it was kind of like a dream day for people to Disneyland yet five minute wait times on from the popular ride in on a bunch of the ride they were limited to single writers or groups from the same party so if you're with your family or friends or whoever you could fit together otherwise there'd be space between people as everybody walked in there with the temperature screening tent and so anybody who had a temperature of over ninety nine point one degrees was not allowed in everybody and had to wear masks that goes for the employees as well except for some of the ones who had to make announcements are performing in some shows then they said that the crowds said of having everybody packed together like they usually are at Disneyland and waiting in long wait times for rides it was a pretty easy that ABC's Jason Nathanson thank you Jason time five fifty and then rob Smith with your combo propel interest money update from Seattle business magazine the port of Seattle over the weekend mandated that all passengers and employees at sea tac airport let's work clock face covering starting may eighteenth support had previously supplied face coverings to public facing employees and had encouraged social distancing ari I and Nordstrom are among major Seattle area retailers who have either laid off or furloughed workers because of the corona virus pandemic nationwide retailer shed two point one million jobs in April about a third of those are at apparel companies the now lots one hundred nine points to close at twenty four thousand to twenty two nasdaq gained seventy one of the S. and P..
"george costanza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Best known roles was on Seinfeld as George Costanza's dad Frank and your double guy with a ton of catch phrases including an unusual meditation that they gave me a relaxation cassette but my blood pressure gets too high man on the tape tells me to say you're supposed what's the specific born Gerald Isaac Stiller in nineteen twenty seven his big break came in nineteen fifty three when he met wife and Mira and they form the comedy team Stiller and Meara popular on TV shows to the nineteen sixties and seventies Stiller also played Arthur Spooner father a lot of Kevin James character on the CBS sitcom king of queens both these children are also performers actress Amy Stiller and actor director Ben Stiller Eric deggans NPR news you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first New York governor Andrew Cuomo's state wide pause order expires Friday WNYC's Gwen hogans sense at that point the state will begin evaluating regions separately the finger lakes region Mohawk valley and the southern tier are expected to be okay to start a phased in re opening the rest of the state hasn't met the needed thresholds that require a continued decline in hospitalizations and new infections governor Andrew Cuomo says various safety precautions would have to be implemented during the re opening like social distancing in the workplace and health screenings depends on how businesses don't how Chloe's do and then you watch those dials as fast as you can re open re opens just watch the dials New York City is using its own set of metrics to guide re opening and mayor bill de Blasio says that's not being considered until at least June health officials are urging parents to watch children closely for indications that they might be suffering from an inflammatory condition believed to be related to covert nineteen city health commissioner Exeter's Barbeau says parents should watch out for a combination of symptoms if they have for their energy level is off your appetite is being a rancher blue lips look extra read your tongue is looking extra read those I think are the early signs that we not to discount them officials are encouraging pediatricians to conduct antibody testing to confirm diagnoses most of the children with recorded cases so far have been between the ages of five and nine Barbeau says most experienced inflammation followed by single or multiple organ failure governor Cuomo says there have now been ninety three documented cases of children with the disease in New York state Andrew gang may have suspended his bid for the presidency but he's taking his signature policy proposal for the Hudson Valley the Daily News reports the former democratic candidate will pilot a universal basic income program for low income residents of the city of Hudson the program aims to give twenty people five hundred dollars a month for the next five years and will track what recipients spent on this S. W. NYC support for.
Jerry Stiller, veteran comic and Ben's father, has died at 92
"Or Jerry Stiller a classically trained actor who became a comedy star twice has died at the age of ninety two dollars death was confirmed this morning by his son actor Ben Stiller to tweet who said his father died of natural causes Mr still as accomplishments as an actor were considerable recently he was best known as George Costanza's father on Seinfeld my George isn't clever enough to hatch a scheme like this you got that right the hell does that mean
"george costanza" Discussed on KCRW
"This remembrance Jerry Stiller is probably best known for playing George Costanza's angry father on the show Seinfeld thank god they gave me a relaxation cassette my blood pressure gets too high man on the tape tells me to say born in nineteen twenty seven Stiller grew up in Brooklyn and on Manhattan's Lower East Side at eighteen he left for Europe to fight in World War two after returning to the US he studied drama and look for acting work his big break came when he met his wife Anne Meara in nineteen fifty three and they became a popular comedy team Stiller and mera they had two children who are also in show biz Amy and Ben Stiller for NPR news I'm Alex Cullen three senior members of president trump's health advisory team art self quarantining they say they were exposed to an administration staffer has been infected with the coronavirus they include Dr Anthony Fauci FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn and CDC director Dr Robert Redfield and bears more licenses none has tested positive for the virus even the White House can't keep people safe and it raises the question how can people who are being asked to go back to work to go out to restaurants to eat and shop how can they be confident if they don't have the same resources as the White House the other question it raises is why isn't everyone or a lot of other people at the White House self quarantining if these officials are in peers Mar Eliason Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr wants an investigation into the death of an unarmed black jogger in February as Georgia public broadcasting's Emily Jones reports he has asked the US department of justice to step in it took three district attorneys and more than two months before two men were arrested for shooting and killing Ahmad armory even though police knew from the beginning who shot him one of the suspects worked in the local district attorney's office leading that DNA to recuse herself from the case the second DA assigned to the case also removed himself at the request of arborists family because of ties to the first DA's office but Attorney General Chris Carr says that D. A. also failed to disclose several important facts including that he advised police on the case before the state asked him to take over and that when he removed himself he advised police not to make any arrests the Georgia bureau of investigation got involved last week and arrested the suspects within two days the agency says the investigation is still open for NPR news I'm Emily Jones in Savannah you're listening to NPR news automaker Toyota is restarting production at its north American plants after shutting them down because of the pandemic as NPR's Camila domonoske reports the car industry is gradually reopening more than two dozen auto workers have died of covert nineteen automakers say new safety protocols will reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus Sean Suggs is the president of Toyota Mississippi a plant that makes corollas he says workers can stay six feet apart in three quarters of his plan and there will be other safety measures to one hundred percent temperature checks when they entered the facility one hundred percent face coverings for General Motors and fiat Chrysler planned to reopen it next week the union representing workers at the big three has called for more widespread corona virus testing as plants reopen Camilla domonoske NPR news officials with the Navajo Nation say nearly one hundred people have died on tribal land of covert nineteen nearly three thousand people have been infected with the coronavirus the Navajo Nation covers parts of four western states tribal officials are completing another weekend locked down to try to decrease the spread of the virus Iran's navy says nineteen sailors were killed Sunday in a friendly fire incident their naval support ship was hit by a missile fired from another are running in vessel during naval exercises in the Gulf of Oman at least fifteen other sailors are reported to be wounded the support vessel was reportedly setting out targets as part of the exercise but wasn't finished when it was hit the incident comes as tension remains elevated between the Iran and the U. S. this is NPR support for NPR comes from the Wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at Wallace foundation dot org and listeners like you who donates to this NPR station coming up on morning edition.
"george costanza" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We played George Costanza's blustery day he is in a memorable clip explaining his make up holiday Stiller said Seinfeld introduced him to a new generation of fans somebody said cheer career was revived I didn't know was that bill deal ABC news another chilly day in the tri state the forecasts next I heart radio goes one on one with Jon Bon Jovi to discuss his relationship with fans well I'd like to think that we made and shared a lot of members people and and mark points in their lives in because we grew up in public I was very young when I got a record deal all the **** in the armor were there to be seen and share but people were on that same journey that that I was on and grew up with us and around us and now next generation are but ultimately the messages were ones of optimism we always believed that the couple's half full not half empty keep listening to I heart radio for more Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to discuss when he began to consider being a singer as well as a guitar player there was a time when I was just absolutely like some quick times in the same but I knew the kind is when I saw Steve roll through and he was a friend of my road manager it is now my roommate at the time I but he it was friends with Steve and interviews man I got to go see a play and I saw this guy who sang and played around stages plant all the leads and incredible guitar player and I thought all you can sing and is you know because there weren't a lot of that going around any kind Clapton and that's what I said that's going to be together plays and sings a song rights keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with mono Adam from you too describing how they stay in through CAS stick about their live performances for rose it's a strange because wherever you are on a Tuesday night you know it has to be Friday night and then you realize it has to be new year's eve and I was out of things come down from but to get to it takes really get inside the songs and you really get inside the songs you know you're in them and simply for me is to be in to be able to see if you get one of those great songs and bye if you don't mind playing you know you've given them to the audience and they kind of give them back to you so it's always fun to play keep listening to I heart radio for more of you to and all your favorite artists latest weather forecast from news radio seven hundred WLW to a colder start down to thirty seven with a partly cloudy sky but today in general mostly cloudy and chilly high of only fifty four tonight frost is expected again double thirty six with a.
"george costanza" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"That mean you still have to go and you have to apply at other places that are re opening yes comparable job yes you have yeah and you're offered something else here's a question I know how how do well under under normal circumstances you do right my question is how do you prove that how do you prove what it what do you what standard you have to meet right now during this crisis won't number well I I don't think the state unemployment laws have changed at all you need to make contact it could either be with they are you don't I'm sure today you know emails you have to prove the emails that you sent you probably have to make copies of them to have them if you get called into unemployment you can say here all the places that I've applied here here here here and then they will call those places just like George Costanza right number one I call when a George Costanza when they call those the older industries yeah well the latex corporate come out teletech textile textile company it was a textiles while late latex it was latex like I respect knows latex okay what is it and a vandal vandal vandal vandal industries randomly in the street yeah so that you know I I've I believe they will they will still call the last time it was on and it was it was a twenty thirty years ago and I and I was in radio remember walking in the go we can't help you because normally you can go and they'll help you in doubt they'll find they'll find jobs that will help you find jobs but when I went in they said radio we can help you I just filled out something they never called me and I had a job with an I don't know five weeks or whatever but they I had to write everything down I had everything that I sent you know what I did and I did I'm maybe she's maybe thirty five forty years ago when I collected another time the same thing happened and I walked in they said given applied everywhere yeah eight six.
"george costanza" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"She's in the advertisers he's going to she is calamari I am out of the water I will waive it hurt I will turn around and make sure she's okay I'm on shore after you ordered your Margarita I'm not going to I'm not going to interrupt the aero dynamic nature of my head by turning around while I'm swimming when I'm on the entities and are you willing to push down or somehow slow down with one of your fellow co home who's in order in order to distract shark with it that's what I do in case of bear attacks my family the first thing I do is push my kids down regarding the important thing is to not be the solo is limiting children crap G. George Costanza when a fire started in the kitchen he's proportional yeah I'm not sure okay we gotta take a break when we come back your movie yes when we were on the pontoon within the first year meeting Collins family and we were all we were getting ready to dock in there were like ten of us on mama houses pontoon and we are all in the front and the pontoon started taking on water and I trampled the family because it this comes in handy I stepped literally on her back Tom into higher short I was like now I am going down like one seven one entertainment.
How To Achieve Financial Freedom In 10 Years Or Less with Brad Gibb
"Ryan say what's up to fire nation and sheer so the interesting about yourselves. That most people don't know what is up fire nation. Hey this is Ryan Lee and his Brad and guys The thing that most people don't about us We are to financial strategist and so many people think that we have all these degrees and pedigree one of us does one of us doesn't so I'm actually a high school dropouts And Bradley give over here is I have more degrees than fingers on one hand so so the interesting thing is how the two of US combined with our perspectives around money and finance. What it all means to help empower people in their financial planning. Well I love it and fire nation as I alluded to in the intro. We're GONNA be talking about how you can achieve financial freedom and we're talking ten years or less. We're not talking by the time you know thirty years. Forty years have gone by. Of course you'll be five x ten x down the road by them. We're talking in this decade fire nation. It is something that's been a focus of mine. One of the reasons I moved to Porto Rico. Three and a half years ago that might come up a little further on this conversation. And these guys. They've been helping people they've been connected with some great entrepreneurs actually about to be going to funnel hacking lives look continuing to up. Their education surround themselves with the right people. Suspicious breakdown four fire nation at the top this episode what Financial Freedom Actually Means John. I love that question. I mean you know. There's so many misconceptions. I think a lot of people throw around the idea. The concept the phrase financial freedom but as we talk to people about a very few people actually understand what it means that the simple answer to that is when your cash flow from your expense from your assets exceed your expenses. That's the simple answer but as you dive into it a little bit deeper you know in order for you to truly be financially free. There's one thing you have to own and it's your time. It's your most valuable and precious resource so when we go back to that simple answer of cash flow exceeding expenses that cash flow that you have coming in from your assets from from what you've put put aside has to be passive. It has to be income. That's coming in independent of you trading more of time to get it and you know as you mentioned we're on we're we're sitting in a hotel room about to go to our fifth funnel hacking live. We talked to a lot of entrepreneurs a lot of business owners a lot of W. Two employees and they make good money and some of them to a certain extent have saved money but they don't own their time so that that at the core is what we do. We help empower people in the conversation of money so they can own their time. Anything you want ads in bread. There's a thousand ways we can make money right but the conversations just are we making money. It's are we keeping it and is it positioning us to do. I am of a life of purpose. Wake up every day and do what we want to do. And what we're here meant to do to bring a Puerto Rico so quickly but that phrase you said Brad exactly why I moved to this island because I know that I've been making a lot of money for a lot of years but after California taxes federal taxes. I was like am I really keeping all this money and the answer was not really the move to Puerto Rico. The four percent tax. Everything has made the ability to do that. And that's why fire nation you've got to have your finger on the pulse talking to people who are smart in financial advising like these two cats right here because they are living there eating it. They are breathing. It's and let's just break down. Why why do most people struggle not just with money but with achieving financial freedom? A great question and loaded there. There's lots of ways we could go with this one of you just mentioned you said You. GotTa get advice from Smart People in John. I'd go a level deeper than that. One of the biggest problems with financial advice today is we're taking advice from people who themselves are still broke right or who themselves really don't have they might have textbook answers right. They might have answers that that sound intelligent by. It's really really hard to follow somebody or duplicate results when you're listening to somebody who hasn't done what you want to accomplish right and so a lot of it is is. We're just looking to the wrong places. Were we think that degrees we think that letters and acronyms after our names or big You Know Company pedigrees are the thing that are going to get US financially free. But it's like I I would hesitate to take marriage advice for somebody. Who's maybe on their fifth marriage or I'd hesitate to take parenting advice from somebody who doesn't have kids yet you. It's really really difficult if not impossible to live what you don't lead. And that's an epidemic in the financial industry today And then and then second to that would be because we're listening wrong people. We we believe in ninety seven percent of financial advice becomes dangerous misleading or outright. Wrong when we're not focused on answering the right question which really centered around our first response to to what is financial freedom so fire nation. Have you ever been in that gym class or you know? Gone into some kind of doctor session. And you're getting this advice. Health advices nutrition advice from just this overweight or even obese person like for me. I'm just like my friends. You're giving me advice that you can't even take yourself like there's no credibility there's no validity in that so you've gotta find people who have been there who have done that who have results who have testimonials who have proven concepts period end of story ends. You guys are known for Bowl statements. And I'm personally a big fan of bold statements. Bullishly break this down. Ninety seven percents of traditional finest dangerous misleading in outright. Wrong breakdown force. I love that and and that's kind of a controversial statement for shore and I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA take this back You know I think everyone can learn just about everything. They need to know about life from watching the Sitcom Seinfeld. You remember that one back in the day so funny I miss it so funny but In seinfeld there's this. There's this clip that George Costanza short bald. You know living in his parent's basement and nothing in his life seems to be working out and he's in the coffee shop with Jerry and his lamenting over the fact that he can't get a dates you know he can't hold down a job. Nothing's working and Jerry points out a really interesting thing you know. He says George. If everything you're doing in in your life right now isn't getting what you want. Then the opposite would have to be true. And George Ponder that for a minute he says you know what that's right. The opposite has to be true and so he stands right up. He walks over to To the bar there. And there's this beautiful blonde woman and says hey my name George Costanza short on fat on balls and I'm unemployed and I live with my parents and the blonde woman immediately. Response saying hi. I'm Victoria. I bald men. And so that's a reality man John if if people really take a step back and they look at the financial world everyone knows it. No one will acknowledge it but there is a major problem. There is a major problem with people not saving enough money going into massive amounts of debt putting their money in retirement plans that they don't control and then if you fast forward and you look at all these baby boomers like these baby boomers. Do not have enough money to retire and the relying on the government. They're hoping taxes stay whether at their you know. There's just a lot of problems. And if we keep looking at what everyone else is doing traditionally which is blindly putting money in a 401k with their fingers crossed hoping that it works out the reality of that is that problems just going to compound and so our goal isn't to help you do. What's not working better because again when you look to the Financial World. Everything is a plus one strategy. Well if you're getting five percent over there what are you.
"george costanza" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"What's the guy's name all yeah those that George Costanza guns the intimacy in memories in here I don't really know I don't watch it your arm and the ball hit again smart Connie sh no no no no not that no I knows were conscious than him once again it looks like George Costanza he's on there all the time you see him he's really nasty is really a big left is boy anyway whatever the way I'm sure tell we watch it yeah we don't know this guy is we don't know who you are nobody else does either you know I'm judging from the ratings I'm wondering if anybody else George I'm a put George Costanza of CNN and see if this guy's picture pops up CV miles things the same way yep that's it I mean the image of George Costanza fake news and it's gonna George Costanza vignettes of people think the same thing so what is his name hold on one second sign well they just got a mean mom but they don't have the dude's name first he's a phony architect now he's this farce so I don't know anyway George Costanza there's another picture of a but nobody's given his name it's someone is the somebody to come it's gotta be Brian that Brian Stelter that Sam Brian Stelter whatever's built Sir yes the older is named Brian Stelter yeah that's in George Crist it's some money as they can it's it's we're gonna show on a nice day used to work with summer Connie she was a he was a weekend guy when I was in Philadelphia he was trying to get into the biz and he's a lawyer by trade and then we end up going over to W. PH T. what they call themselves the big the big something the big talker thing of the big talker we used to eat their lunch of cream them anyway so he one of the big talker ever after I left because they end up somebody screwed the radio station up and they get you know and the flame in and they end up changing the eighties music or something anyway long story short somebody's got this it's a yes we're Connelly says that we can show on CNN SO someone's got a picture of the units trump and it's supposed to be the Stelter guy but they've gotten George Costanza space there's the all the screen but it is one of his car as well now let's go to our correspondent in the on the street is very George Costanza sorry anyway may I ask you a question while we're here sure do you have C. span on right now I do is that Lamar conferring yes okay wasn't lasses on Lamar and Ted Cruz and it looks like corn in and I think and and I can't tell the guy from mine and so the John Roberts is back up on the okay well let's see he's getting ready to say some is it or is it I don't believe looking at something but it's not is it is not prepared I guess they'll do a close.
"george costanza" Discussed on 710 WOR
"On Seinfeld and you have a link between George Costanza and money what's the link between George Costanza and money yes Sir Seinfeld one of my favorite shows than if you if you know the show you know the George gets in a pickle that's what makes the show funny and one of the episodes that Jerry notices this every decision the Georges ever made is wrong so if you just do the opposite must be right and so George orders something different for lunch for the first time in the he meets a beautiful woman there and says you know hi my name is George I'm unemployed I love my parents and she falls in love with them and then he tells George Steinbrenner how these ruin the Yankees and find better hires them tonight got a great job and the analogy to the market is that you essentially have to do the exact opposite of what you think you should do or what everyone else is doing if you look at it historically investors are most heavily invested in stocks right before the internet imploded and they were the least invested in stocks literally in March two thousand nine which is the low of the cycle and win Senate gets to those extremes you know generally the masses are wrong and those association American Association individual investor numbers that's not to pick on them but it's a great resource to see where the collective masses are and I'm very fearful when everyone's bragging about their stock returns and I'm extremely aggressively bullish when everyone's complaining about how their broker you know lost all their money so do the opposite of what you think and you trust me you'll be a lot better off over time then what's the age do you follow like a sentiment gauge in do you find one jobs is particularly helpful in you know managing one's portfolio yes of the A. I. number is is very helpful it looks at equity allocation fixed income and cash and so that the American Association individual investors you can pretty much find that out there on the internet on a regular basis CNN has one to you that the fear greed right now it's like ninety one percent it's it's goes from like it looks like you know we are the mileage indicator on your car so it's when it's red there's a lot of fear and it's it's low and it's off to the left hand side and when that gauge goes swings all the way over to the right right now it's pretty bright green is a lot of greed out there said ninety one out of a hundred but there's a lot of sentiment indicators out there I just kind of get a sense of of but you know them but I like the A. I. the best and then also just you know pay attention to what's going on around you a lot of these economists the people on C. N. B. C. like they live in an ivory tower that on the real world I live in the real world so pay attention to what other people are are talking about and I like to do the opposite of what they're what they're doing no that's a good point not you know on when I go on fox business or CNBC the things they want to talk about are never the things I want to talk about usually directed to some narrative that the producer is trying to get at so any I would I would I couldn't agree with you anymore you want to come in on that like you're assuming yeah and fox business is not how you want to manage your portfolio I mean I I just you're going on I appreciate it but it's really you know you know that they'll tell you know name three hot stocks like people like should I buy that no no you never buy that they put a gun to your head and tell you you can't go on unless you have a stock tip Sir yeah exactly I don't go on anymore I do a lot I don't think they even invite me anymore I probably wouldn't do it anyway because that I mean even in my book that I just wrote there's a whole chapter on not reading the news and not watching the news because CNBC is sort of like ESPN on Superbowl Sunday but every day of the year it's it's like this big you know to do and you got a guy on the for the stock exchange ripping the head off of you know bulls and bears stuffed animals and stuff and throwing stuff at the TV screen and the reality is this is a very serious business this is your money that you're saving your life they were talking about it's not a game show and the other thing is I just pick a date at random what happened on February twelfth two thousand and fourteen I have no idea it's completely irrelevant to the long term health of your portfolio so when you get bogged down by the the daily squiggles on the market and you get bogged down by the narrative and the screaming and yelling in the and debates that go on there it's really counter productive to becoming wealthy and that's why most people are broke because they're just doing the wrong things over and over and over again and expecting a different result so the first thing you can do is just turn off the TV and put away the newspaper and you'll be a lot better off what are the two things were with John delvecchio off author of the book on bounded wealth twelve simple steps to break free of the man and live life on your own terms how do you protect wealth during bear markets she so I'm a big fan of the two hundred day moving average and that's about as technical as they get in the book and there's a very wealthy famous hedge fund manager named Paul Tudor Jones he's made billions of dollars and.
Did the Raiders contact Antonio Brown's agent before Brown apologized?
"Something i wanted to get to the bottom of was did the raiders in fact contact. Rosenhaus awesome tonio brown's agent. I've seen this kind of float around but i'm not sure that this is what happens i wanted to see if either of you know <hes> if he was contacted before we're antonio brown's apology on friday and told that the guaranteed money and his contract would be voided as it was at that point so at that point basically antonio only lebron's going in apologizing knowing that the thirty million is a hit is that something that we know was already told to him before the apology or i don't i think to <hes> the bottom line on that is that they didn't have to i mean he knows as well as anybody once they imposed that discipline. They have the right to go after it so i mean i think he's smart enough to know without having that conversation that that was what they were angling for. It was clear we talked about <hes> when we first saw these letters on wednesday basically all those letters. There's are is is a legal paper trail down the road to say here's what happened. We had we had these issues. We had to find him. This is what went on that's all. Those letters are for <hes> so i think rosenhaus kind of knew he probably explai- tube and there i'm positive on some level even though no it's illegal according to the rules of the n._f._l. Under the c._b._a. I'm positive that rosenhaus was talking to other teams and saying if this happens if the contract is voided if for run out what is the market and i'm sure he knew what it was and so like. Did he know those things. I don't. I'm sure he did was explicitly laid out by the raiders. I'm i'm not sure about how that worked but <hes> i'm sure he knew exactly what the situation was yeah so in other words. He knew the patriots were looking at him and that he could play there. Air instead of explicitly said i'm sure he knew what the market was. When you think of maybe this is like a wild theory and so. I got on tin foil hat. You're so picture that all of us but if <hes> excuse me antonio brown got to the raiders he was happy happy for a little while then started practicing with these guys right maybe gets the training camp and he's like what they're not going to be very good and then he's just decides besides you know what bleep this. I'm just going to act ugly. I'm gonna throw crap all over the walls until i'm just going to keep doing it. Even though you tell me to stop even though you tell me you know i'm gonna find you find me on posting on instagram like i'm going to now make it even bigger mess and then he knows that he enforce himself out because he knows that there's maybe a winner. That will be there for him. I think that it's not out of their own with possibility as i now take my tinfoil hat off and put my reporter reporter hat right back on that. This is something that could have happened because when it's five hours after somebody releases you that you are with defending super bowl champions. There's maybe somebody should look into that right. I mean i think i went once the further with my tin foil will happen i tweeted and it was more of a joke but <hes> as as everything in my life does it relates to seinfeld but there was there was an episode of seinfeld where the mets wanted to hire george costanza away from the yankees and they couldn't just hire him because it would be tampering and they wouldn't be able to go hire them away from team so they told him to do everything he could to get fired from the yankees. He started dragging the world series trophy around he was wearing babe ruth pants from the yankee museum. <hes> everything do get fired so that the mets would be able to hire him like in my mind. Bella check like a go create chaos out there. We need to bring you in. That's the only way we can get you and that's again a complete and total conspiracy. Uh but i like to think that it's true. Let's talk about some of the possible reaction and we can expect here from the raiders because i wanna in a hypothesize what derek carr might say about antonio brown's tweet of bumper cars meaning. He and his brother david had been doing some conversation about antonio brown. That's what i interpreted that tweet demean. I can't imagine it would mean anything else so cars generally very nice well-spoken guy in front of the media very even temperament. Do we expect any crazy reaction from him. Certainly not i mean he's a quarterback right and quarterbacks are always is going to be measured in what they say. Now i do sort of wish that we have been hearing directly from derek carr instead of through really an intermediary as his brother on n._f._l. Network right. I think especially because derek carr was in the locker room today and we were told as he came back in that he was not going to be talking and and that's fine. He certainly has that right and he's a quarterback. He speaks one time a week but i just think it would have been nice to hear directly from derek carr car <hes> since you know he had been nothing but supportive i totally respect dirk are not talking but i think that you know it just it just would have been nice to hear from the quarterback in that particular situation and he doesn't have to but he could've essentially descending out press releases. I mean through his approach. That's what he's doing in. They're not it's not it's not like they're being secretive about it. I think that's that's the one thing i'll say about this is like if it was just some secret that if it was some random person in the media and derek carr was feeding things to get it out there and not talking to the media locally but hey i'm gonna feed this to whoever you you know whatever national reporter and it's coming out saying oh source close to the team said like that would be a little bit different to me than in this case. It's basically his brother going on tv serving mrs mouthpiece and saying explicitly. I talked to derrick this morning. Here is what he said. I think they're being pretty open about it. It just it clearly rubbed antonio radio brown the wrong way and you know we saw the other day he unfolded the raiders and derek carr on instagram and then reformed the raiders but not car like that was pretty telling of where they are have a check dam sure he unveiled the raiders as well now he did. Yes yeah <hes> but you know. I think that was incredibly telling that when he did follow the raiders he did not re follow derek carr. You know i it was pretty clear that that relationship was was heading in the wrong way. Even though derek carr continued to say how close they were and how they've played well after field and here's the other thing it listen it's part of the job we understand but how many times jon gruden was asked how many times micmac was asked just how many times derek carr was asked about the distractions in about everything that's going on and how many times they basically said. You're inventing this you guys the media are inventing the story story. No no weren't by the way to the same thing to the readers out there to the fans out there like these things are not invented. There's a reason isn't that story. Lines are storylines. This was something that was going on and it was bubbling over all the time and it was distracting the team. It was bothering the team. It certainly had been an issue for a while and now it just has has reached that point where they couldn't deal with it anymore but i think it would absolutely not be surprising if it was something that tonio earlier brown was like i need to do this i need to get out and this is my way out and the other thing is it wasn't blown out of proportion either. That's the that's the phrase that like gets on my nerves a little bit. <hes> men like all these things you're saying. They were blown out of proportion. It's blown out of proportion. He's just a wide receivers blown out of proportion. Friggin von miller said that on on a conference call the other day no. It's not blown out of proportion when you're yelling at g._m. In practice right you're posting your fines on instagram. When you ask on instagram to be released win. You recorded your ahead coach with a stencil your head coach with the conversation. Put it on a two minute youtube video in a two party consent state. I don't really think any of these things are being blown out of proportion so i love what jonathan abram had to say on twitter and he put this out just about a little over an hour ago he says in today's world the worst drug there is called attention
"george costanza" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Still single George Costanza weighing in at the end there yeah yeah yeah yeah but he was on hand yeah so in she stammered on that one and boy if if I am a a journalist who still wants to ask tough questions there a few out there is worry about access I don't make it was with more angry for better not ask any tough questions right we're actually vast have questions I think you and I did a pretty good job of build up Lazio last week we did we're respectful I'm not gonna go and start insulting the guy no we wanted answers to certain things right the way an interview ends quickly if you start going after somebody personally so I'm not gonna toot our horn too much but the point is that I hope that anybody interview surfer no one asked that question again the fact that we can get an answer right in the fact that was friendly fire and she didn't answer that and that was a big digging on her because people saying that she was the winner last night but then this happened afterwards and people are like wait a minute maybe what I saw on stage was more rehearsed but I thought that you felt like if I like a ballet you know it felt like you dance over here now it's your turn and I don't know the whole thing just felt very the key to me yeah they I mean they got killed online that being C. N. N. yeah and and by the way also CNN agreed to not ask any questions where it's a yes or no thing raise your hand if you think axe right yeah because in the first debate that one question was asked I think was Savannah Guthrie of NBC said raise your hand if you support giving health care to illegal immigrants and all ten Democrats on stage raise their hand you know trump tweeted out right after that yeah the race is over as you try to sell that you got people suffering in cities like Baltimore and Detroit or OR Paterson New Jersey you know are up in Harlem or whatever you know people that are homeless sixty one thousand homeless New York right can we take care of our own first before we start prioritizing all those funds to other people all those efforts resources caring to other people that's what that's those guys the put billboards up but if you saw the story today but all these billionaires who are billionaire row as it's called spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to put up billboards to talk to build a Blasio where in New York no he's not here in Iowa ten billboards in Iowa and the first someone up and said Hey bill the buzz you where the new Yorkers number us that was the Upper West Side to write yep that's incredible that's funny are you still dating Cooper I know you're single but I know you had a boyfriend the boyfriend yeah yeah it's funny I don't really consider myself single because I have a boyfriend but I'm not married so technically I guess I'm single although I don't think he'd say so all right but millennials have stop dating have you seen this yeah I mean apparently it's really expensive to date which you didn't date when I dated what I mean now you know there's there's tricks to doing this which are well for instance always do the week day date that's that's a that's an easy thing because you could always find specials at particular bars right now there is I never dinner for state rights awkward it feels too much like an interview never do movie first day can't talk to the other person sure they always do drinks because that gives you an out right there's probably more alcohol ball because you're not eating right to go on to drink three during for someone if things are going well right just the drink turn into dinner because that means you liked the person right exactly give you a lot of options but the point is on a Tuesday you could find two dollar draft night at whatever you know apple wine night a girl's gonna think you're cheap then if that's what you're gonna do if that's how you gonna press me on our first date I'm gonna think you're cheap you might not know it though I'm picking up the bill you may not know that you're only paying half off what they put signs everywhere you walk in there like two dollar drafts believe me I know if you if you want to maybe on a Tuesday night Thursday yeah I know it's because your cheek okay Hey baby would you like to go out a nice day with me Joe concha between the hours of three and five on Thursday nights Trevor is on a roll today the studio.
"george costanza" Discussed on WJR 760
"Trouble for hitting golf balls in the ocean you may remember George Costanza was posing as the oceanographer and recovered marine biologist that's right yes the rest thank you Richie rich rescued a a well by removing a golf ball from its blowhole well we have no whales in our Great Lakes but Keith Metheny major buzz kill at the free press says we still got a stop in those golf balls and Keith what's going on and why so worked up about this pretty harmless right well I it's a matter of debate how harmless it is we we discovered one of the most prestigious golf courses in the state and actually in the country Arcadia bluffs over on the shores of Lake Michigan had a long standing practice where they were inviting people to whack a ball in the Lake Michigan from I. T. where it's really easy to do it yeah and I I just with with Keith who is done a great store that you can find the free press at free dot com that that people were being told you know Hey one you just you know indulge yourself launch that golf ball and like what I think anybody who's been in our Great Lakes knows there's enough funky stuff in there that we don't need a bunch of hackers bay area and title lists in the sand or perhaps in the side of I'm not much officially what we got there we had a coal hole we got pike I don't know what we got there but fish don't eat golf balls and and you guys found that this is more than just a trifling matter you guys actually hired your own Jacques Cousteau to help bring the story to us tell tell us a little bit more about the reporting effort on this because there's some great twists and turns in this one so we were initially tipped off about this by a former beverage cart employee at the golf course she was stationed at the twelfth tee where this goes on at Arcadia bluffs and so she saw group after group go by and do this didn't think much of it at first but then she started thinking boy that's a lot of golf balls what happens to those she started doing some internet research and learned about plastics pollution and you know some of the bad stuff in the core of a golf ball and then she started asking her bosses should we really be doing this didn't get much action then she took matters into her own hands and started kind of gently trying to persuade the golfers not to do it when she saw them getting ready to she got fired within a day of starting that practice so once she told us about it once we learned about the invitation Arcadia bluffs website to go ahead whack a ball into Lake Michigan to my editors credit Peter body he agreed to allow us to spend a little money and get a diver photographer to go off at bluff in there take a look at the what's in the water and you know we went down there and saw balls everywhere all around all along the lake floor some of them looking pristine like they just been knocked in some of them looking like they've been there a long time not have to answer a question by my my friend and colleague WJAR Steve Courtney with these range balls with these balls that were in pretty bad shape was somebody put in some high quality top Flite balls in the drink what is this is this contention I whether he's going to go diving there this weekend or no no I think I think the only thing Steve my dive into this weekend will be a cold drink well well you know this is a golf course that costs two hundred and fifteen dollars per round to play so when we went down there there were some kind of range type balls but I I was seeing Nike balls Callaway's pro V. one so there were there were some people who didn't necessarily hold back I'm I'm the quality of the golf balls in the Great Lakes this is why I continue to support newspapers because lots of people hear stories like this but very few of them will travel that far to report it very few if any will hire a diver to go down there and try and see the extent of the problem and in very few of them will come to the defense of some poor little cart girl who got fired for raising some some fairly legitimate concerns yes it's probably find a launch a golf ball into into a lake at I imagine I I had a friend in college you thought it was really fun to shoot an arrow down his dormitory hallway loads of fun terrible idea but if you've ever cut a golf ball if you hit your irons like I do you cut a lot of golf balls there is nothing in a golf ball it's biodegradable leaves the baseball is leather and and string golf balls are chemicals that are shaped and wrapped in other chemicals that are shaped in rap and other chemicals and are meant to be hit like hell into the woods that's been my understanding so not into the lake so key thank you for bringing this to our attention what's what's your next up big investigation if you can keep your handle because you do a great job in looking out for the environment this story has both a little lighter side also canvassers message which is you know let's let's keep but the funky stuff out of the water and anything we should be looking out for can you can you let the competition you've been working so hard on so they can steal from you well I mean we've been looking at there was a a really good report that came out from about like sixteen or seventeen different researchers based around the Great Lakes looking at a lot of the different effects that were already seeing here from a changing climate in some of those changes that the projector calming we've been exploring that a little bit will probably be doing that some more this P. fast stuff the non stick chemicals that are in our water and in our blood streams now I I'm neck deep in that all the time so I don't imagine that's going to change okay so he's having a ball but now the golf ball telling his bottom vitamin hopefully helping us find a better tomorrow keep.
"george costanza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Show seven to ten PM, NewsRadio KFB K and glad to have you aboard. This is the show where we get to a lot of goofy stuff. Sometimes we need your opinion. Tonight's one of those nights, by the way, a little of both will goofy stuff. But in the opinion, I need opinion. What what's your kindle? Everything. Okay. All right. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Great. It's the show that has been described to me recently, not the first time, by the way is like the Seinfeld of talk shows like it's a show about nothing. Although I feel many times it's about something. Then many times, we just you know, we keep it light. And it's still about something. But I take that as a compliment. That's fine. That's good. So again tonight will be one of those nights, kindle, I realized why got rid of these shoes brought these shoes to that warm. I couldn't remember why I quit where am I said? Oh, man. I forgot about these put these put these suckers on. Speaking of Seinfeld. This should be a this should be an episode of Seinfeld. Kind of was actually remember when George bought that new suit, George Costanza buys the new suit. Thanks. You looks really cool. Some kind of polyester some kind of a material that makes a sandy walks. Whoop. What he walks. Coming.
KFC chooses 'Seinfeld' star Jason Alexander as newest 'Colonel Sanders'
"Friday night in campus Loves loves loves the song her favorite song now our producer whatever happened her He will be back Let's all pray is. Often leaves off today Blaine is trying his best to fill, in. By the way Michael you need to get out more what Why is that suburbs like the rest of you Phillies Manhattan, over. Here I am a west village. Weenie That's, what I am a city boy is skipper. Calls KFC is a new Colonel Sanders this is. Cute yes it is none other than George Costanza Jason Alexander the. Actor and comedian very fine Broadway performer he is going to be playing Colonel Sanders in the KFC ads now other. People have played Colonel Sanders in the past including. Billy Zane Darrell Hammond and MRs Colonel Sanders REBA? Mcentire I didn't know. That she was a Colonel Sanders You know the actor Steven Seagal right now Now is? He a Russian. Citizen, or he's an honorary I think so anyway he's been appointed as a some kind of thing is, some kind of ambassador not an ambassador Russia but he's now he's trying to smooth over relations between the United States and Russia, Russia's sending him to be. A. Goodwill. Ambassador Dennis, Rodman to him here yeah okay so anyway James corden on his late late show had. Something to say about. That over the weekend Russia announced that actor Steven, Seagal has been named a special Cultural. Representative.