17 Burst results for "Guy Dodge"

"guy dodge" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

04:08 min | 2 months ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on Slate Money

"Because i think you know apropos. Emily's twelve year old son came to a modern sensibility is a little bit. Did you whisper boring. Emily allowed to say that will slow. It's slow it's a little bit ponderous. It has fun comedic moments. But it doesn't have fun comedic pacing and i guess it was revolutionary or innovative at the time for the cinematography and gregg toland and these long shots like the one of cain playing in the snow as a child while his mother's talking to the banker and the law. Like you can focus on window which is like you couldn't do that in nineteen forty one. But then he did. And that's all cool. But like in this house we just watched black widow and scarlett johansson falls through this guy. Dodging like things that are blowing up and fires and stuff and that's more compelling to watch. Let's just be honest. I feel like talk about marvel a lot on slate money. I don't know what's happening to me but anyway it is a little bit of a boring movie like it's enough already calling it. The greatest of all time. I feel like it's time to move on from that. I do think that like it's hurt by that label to some extent the you put on and you're like oh. This is a great cinematic masterpiece. Need to sit down and pull myself a glass of whisky and admire the greatness of the art and it does make it a little bit harder to just appreciate it as a movie but Early around in this season. We watched the fountainhead. Which was made a years later. Something like that seven or eight years later. And it's much lighter on its feet. You wouldn't imagine a very long movie. Written by iron rand with contractual obligation to keep every single word that she wrote and not allowed to change it to actually be in many ways lighter and more watchable than this movie that is meant to be like the perfect encapsulation of what cinema cannon should be and i guess even at the time people didn't like it so much. I think it was so great until like french. Critics got a hold of citizen kane. This is my like half hour internet research. I did yesterday but yeah it wasn't considered the greatest movie until i guess a little bit later like the nineteen fifties and some french critics and filmmakers were like this is an incredible movie and then it kind of started moving up the french have a much higher boredom threshold when it comes to movies interesting. Am i wrong about this. The great european house movies. I mean ben. You take into these as a kid right then. Not exactly. American screwball comedies. Don't feel i think. I don't feel entirely qualified to sweeping statement. Something totally steve. Jim enjoy what we do. I made my daughter. I think when she was fourteen watch breathless. And i think she thought it was weird and romantic. Great which is what it is going to avoid making sweeping statements. I mean i do think a lot of this stuff often. There's a like obviously incredibly influential and wellness incredibly influential. Their generation of movies and many of the movies made after the modem a dad. And so that's i think always you're balancing like influence versus sort of what's fun for twelve year olds watch now right. There's a difference between entertainment and historical importance serve landmark moments. You don't necessarily come to a movie and not to appreciate those things watching it that every subsequent filmmaker was copying all the certain elements of it. You can take for granted. One thing that emily no picked up on an i did too and i wanna ask about is. What did you make of the character of ben stein. And did you consider it to be like an amazingly positive representation of judaism in the movies which was hit two for non-existent or was it like an incredibly bad antisemitic caricature also in the middle. You know i mean it certainly like a pre holocaust movie. And i do think that there's a kind of ethnic. i mean. there are all sorts of ethnic jokes that made movies to this day. Maybe diminishing but that people are a little more careful bet juice and i suspect he was taking the time a very sympathetic portrayal and he basically was but obviously also relied on certain stereotypes..

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"guy dodge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That has nothing to do with the 9.5 minutes where George Floyd was murdered. That's a good point. No, no, no, no, I'll agree with you there. I will agree with you there, but But it looks like though, in real quick. Then I hang up my chart and get a list rekindle their love yourself. But again, though, The they're all I say they always made that name may not be African Americans, but they're benefiting by something. And like you said, and like said all we all feeling bad about what took place 50 years ago with African American What's taking place now? What's taken place of that? Sure course, but I don't agree with. I don't agree with reparations, either. I mean, we've talked about that, Ron. Hey, I appreciate your call. Appreciate you listening, my friend. I'm just not one of those people that thinks if you throw money at people, it's going to solve the problem. It's not with that being said. I do believe that George Boyd's immediate family deserve to be paid off. His daughter deserves to be taken care of. Mother of his child deserves to be taken care of, if you have Ah, Brother, Sister close to George. I don't have a problem with that. Either. You have distant cousins. That didn't even have a relationship with George Floyd that have opened up Go fund me pages, And I think that is inexcusable. And I think that is disgusting. The number to call seven Oh, 22575396. Let's go to Kevin. Kevin is next on the Vegas Take What's up. Kevin? What's going on? I'm not from here. I just happened to land in town today and just having to go by your station yet. Good points and I could see exactly you know you're not one of these. Right Wingers Stiles. Yeah, good good points. I'm a black man and I wanted to chime in anytime There's a tragedy. There's a lot of people whether be Katrina or anything. There's always gonna be somebody to try toe profit off of it. Even black lives matter. Now they're being again. That's the main saying people want to separate or the movement. To the organization and compare that they're the same. They're not the same because people keep saying, But where's the money going to that? I think now they're getting pressed on. Where's your money going in their place. Matter itself as the movement is a different thing, and unfortunately, the people on the rights are thinking all you're all one thing and right when you know what organizations is profiting off of the movement. So years and actually But Kevin near point, Kevin to your point. Okay, You have seven or eight people that the organization that are running the website. You have tens of millions of good people that have nothing to do with it. I think you know this. Kevin. I support the movement. I support the tens of millions of protesters that have not been violent that I support the movement. But what we're talking about here, Kevin. Is. We're talking about some in some cases, distant relatives of George Floyd that have opened up Go fund me. Page is right. And I'm talking about this Asian grandmother who was attacked, Okay? She got $1 million under go fund me page. She donated every dollar of it Now I'm not saying that George Floyd family should do that. But how about donating 25% to 2 African Americans to communities that need the money to help people? I lose a lot of respect for this family. I really have all right. How have you been? You mentioned again. I heard the tail end of it. You reached out to one of the brothers and he kind of shut you out any other times like we don't know what celebrities and some people do behind. I had have. They don't want to be like, Look what I myself have Facebook chat Kevin to prove it. I had a conversation on Facebook over the course of several weeks with felonies who is one of the brothers of George flight. He agreed to come on the show He canceled twice. I said, Okay, this guy's dodging me. Then I asked him a very telling question because he opens up a go fund me page saying that the family needs money to help pay for legal fees. For the trial, and I said to myself, that's not true at all. That's a lie. How is the media? Not calling this out? The family doesn't have to pay for this trial, so I asked him. I said that the family, sir, with all due respect, my understanding was the family wasn't paying for the trial. And he said, No, That's not true. And I said What about the $27 million you receive from the state? You can't use that money. Families not getting that money. I mean, the man lied to me flat out. Then he blocked me on Facebook, and I said to myself, that's a really scummy thing to do. Because you know what I was on his side. I still I'm on the side of the family wanting justice for Chaldean, but you see where I'm going with this cabinet. Just I don't like this scummy stuff that's going on with this money. Well, it people will be exposed is just like, you know, Like I said, any time you do something bad. I know Floyd Mayweather paid for part of the funeral, and I think I read Irving gave money to the house was a nice gesture. I appreciate what they did. I'm not gonna blame them for that The family could have paid for it themselves. But yeah, people will be exposed and you'll see exactly who they are. So they'll get it. No questions, so it's no place see that people are like that. And it's mostly stuff how human beings are. You're right, Kevin. You're absolutely great. Call my friends. Call me when tragedies happen, Kevin. You're right. There's always gonna be a small percentage of people that are gonna take advantage of it. But this is a situation where the Floyd family can step up and say, We need to actually address the problem When I say address the problem, not just go on CNN and do an interview and and you know, that's not what I'm talking about. And again they lost. Also also doing interview on CNN is for the purpose, and this has been pretty much proven. For the purpose of raising more money to go to put in their pockets. That's why they're doing these things that that's why they're going on these media tours. That's why there was the multiple funerals. If all those things didn't take place, there would have been 19 Million raised and there wouldn't have been such. And if all the riots didn't ensue that that resulted in $500 million in damages to the city of Minneapolis, there would have been this massive I associate justice of the family doing Family going on this on this tour. If you will. This media tour is really just putting more money..

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"guy dodge" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Schools, More money protesting more money for vaccines and many other important priorities. Nobody thanks. Just proposal would resolve every problem forever. But it does contain is a half a trillion dollars half a trillion dollars of goods that Congress could do right now, right now, through program that Democrats do not even say they oppose American families deserve for us to agree where we can make law. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Republican on the Senate floor the democratically there Chuck Schumer over the weekend, calling Mitch McConnell's plans a stunt, noting that the Republicans have already blocked other stimulus bills, including the House passed Heroes Act, the $3 Trillion spending bill. Votes Tuesday and Wednesday will require 60 vote some bipartisanship in order to move forward. You can follow it on C span to television or listen on the freeze, he span radio app on Wall Street. Today, the Dow fell 410. NASDAQ Down 1, 92 S and P Down 56 1 sign of some economic recovery. The Transportation Security Administration says it's screened over one million passengers at U. S airports on Sunday first Time that level has been reached in seven months. Still, it's 60% lower than this time one year ago. On Assistant Attorney general for National Security John Dimmers today announcing indictments against six Russian intelligence officers with the G R U They are accused of hacking and other malware operations against foreign countries. Here's theater assistant attorney general at the Justice Department. Today We announce criminal charges against the conspiracy of Russian military intelligence officers who stand accused of conducting the most disruptive and destructive Siri's of computer attacks ever attributed to a single group. I'm joined here today in this announcement by FBI deputy director Dave Bowdich by the U. S attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Scott Brady by the special agent in charge of the Pittsburgh In office Mike Chris Christmas In the past three years alone, the department is charged computer intrusions or taken legal actions three months alone. Sorry, we're taken legal action related to the activities of China, Iran and North Korea. Each of these cases charged significant malicious conduct that we have called out in part. To reinforce norms of responsible nation state behavior in cyberspace. But as this case shows no country has weaponized it cyber capabilities as maliciously and irresponsibly as Russia assistant attorney general for National Security John Dimmers. The indictment specifically accuses those six Alleged hackers of engaging in computer intrusions intended to support Russian government efforts to undermine retaliate against or otherwise destabilize Ukraine. Georgia, France, the 2018 Winter Olympic Games and international efforts to hold Russia accountable for its use of the nerve agent Nova Chuck on foreign soil. As mentioned earlier in this program Thursday night, the final opportunity to see Donald Trump and Joe Biden go one on one in the race for president. The debate will be a Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, moderated by NBC News, White House correspondent Kristen Welker. But these debates still matter question today to use a today Washington bureau chief Susan Page who moderated the vice presidential debate. There's something you just say This whole kind of approach is outdated. Candidates come in with their talking points. They can engage in this and disinformation that can then be Magnified amplified through social media, and the entire format is dated and done. What do you say that so I would disagree. And I think that under rates the intelligence of American voters in assessing what they see, I think if you ask candidate a question, and he refuses to answer, he dodges it. Whether it's Joe Biden being asked about expanding the Supreme Court, or it's Mike Pence being asked about the peaceful transition of power that the Americans look at that and say, Boy, that guy's dodging that question. That's a question I would like to know the answer to I think there is such a value in having the two candidates next each other side by side, making their case, giving voters a chance to see them make your own assessment. That's not something you know I love town halls. But that's not something that happens in the town hall. It's not something that happens in a paid political ad. And it's not something that happens in an interview with a friendly anchor from one network or another. It's something that happens on Ly in one of these debates, and people who criticized the commission on presidential debates may not understand what an achievement. It is just to pull these debates off just to convince the two candidates to participate, And that is especially true when one of them is the incumbent president. It's a massive undertaking. Prison. Was there a moment up there when you were sitting in that debate, and you were hearing from the candidates when you just heard something that you just flat out new was wrong or misrepresented. And you would have loved to wave that flag or something. No, but there were several times when I thought they're not answering the question. I asked. You know, I spent a lot of time with a small team of folks from USA Today T. There were four of us working on These questions and doing preparation for this, and we tried to home questions that will be hard to dodge because they were narrow rather than abroad. And the thing that I found most frustrating was when the candidates not only didn't answer the question something they didn't even address the topic at hand. And that was that was where I thought maybe I should be challenging them more directly here, But you know, for better or worse. I handled it the way I did. I know there are many ways to handle these things on, but that was a project. But it was that more than really fact checking some statement. In my case, I think with the first presidential debate, which, of course, was much more difficult to moderate on with much higher stakes. I think the fact checking l. That may have been a little more important than the vice presidential debate. Susan Page. Yusa today Washington bureau chief with Frank Sesno, head of the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs, formerly with CNN, part of a forum today, hosted by G W used Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics. That final presidential debate currently scheduled for Thursday. Nine PM Eastern Course we'll have.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I would disagree. And I think that under rates the intelligence of American voters in assessing what they see, I think if you ask candidate a question And he refuses to answer. He dodges it, whether it's Joe Biden being asked about expanding the Supreme Court, or it's Mike Pence being asked about the peaceful transition of power that the Americans look at that and say, Boy, that guy's dodging that question. That's a question I would like to know the answer to I think there is such a value in having the two candidates next each other side by side, making their case, giving voters a chance to see them make your own assessment. That's not something you know I love town holes. But that's not something that happens in the town Hall is not something that happens in a paid political ad. And it's not something that happens in an interview with a friendly anchor from one network or another. It's something that happens on Ly in one of these debates, and people who criticized the commission on president debate may not understand what an achievement it is just to pull these debates off just to convince the two candidates To participate, And that is especially true when one of them is the incumbent president. It's a massive undertaking. Susan was there a moment up there when you were seeing that debate, and you were hearing from the candidates when you just heard something that you just flat out new was wrong or misrepresented. And you would have loved to wave that flag or something. No, but there were several times where I thought they're not answering. The question. I asked, you know, has spent a lot of time with a small team of folks from USA Today T. There were four of us working on these questions and doing preparation for this, and we tried to home questions. That will be hard to dodge because they were narrow rather than broad. And the thing that I found most frustrating was when the candidates not only didn't answer the questions, and in time, they didn't even address the topic at hand. And that was that was where I thought maybe I should be challenging them more directly here. But, you know, for better or worse. I handled it the way I did. I know there are Many ways to handle these things on and but that was the project. But it was that more than really fact checking some mis statement. In my case, I think with the first Presidential debate, which, of course, was much more difficult to moderate on with much higher stakes. I think the fact checking element may have been a little more important than the vice presidential debate. Susan Page Yusa today Washington bureau chief with Frank Sesno, head of the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs, formerly with CNN, part of a forum today hosted by G. W used Institute for data, Democracy and politics. That final presidential debate currently scheduled for Thursday. 9 P.m. Eastern Course we'll have it live on the C SPAN networks and an opportunity after for you to call in with your comments, and today, the Trump campaign demanding the commission on Presidential Debates switch topics for that final debate so that it focuses on foreign policy. Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien Writing a letter to the commission raising objections with the topics announced by the moderator, Kristen Welker of NBC News, saying the commission should observe longstanding custom by making foreign policy the central focus of Thursday's debate. Thanks for being with us on Washington today. Download the free C Span radio. Apt. Listen anywhere and get our podcasts Also available. It's c span dot org's slash podcast or ever. You get your podcasts. Have a good night..

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"guy dodge" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Free money for illegal immigrants policies, they care not the cost the impact, the payers on the educational system, the healthcare system and the criminal justice system. Remember they they aid in Bet, even those that should be handed over to ice. They don't allow that. How often of other crimes been committed in the meantime I think I think the I. Think it's GonNa be a big deal. The whole issue of the border in this campaign, but that's one hundred sixty one days away. Look Biden's not going to get a pass either I. mean you know he's GonNa have to answer for his role in the deep state is own unmasking of general. Flynn is GonNa have to respond. We have new information with John Solomon today that the. The brealey mind-blowing. What Obama no by no. When did they know it? He actually has a very powerful timeline of FBI documents. Some that we've never seen before newly released text messages, which struck and page that put Barack Obama in the Obama Gate Narrative. There are questions that they will both have to ask. Then you got Joe and zero experience hunter and Ukraine and you're not getting the billion unless you fire the prosecutor. Then you gotta watchdog group. Raising questions about. Influence. As it relates to all things Biden. And then the big you know elephant in the room that nobody wants to talk about, and that is that is. Does Joe Biden have these strength, the stamina the mental alertness. Acumen energy required for the hardest job in the world. Whether you like Donald Trump or don't like Donald Trump Donald trump is full of life and energy. He never stops. He's fighting single day Joe's been in hiding in his basement throughout the entire corona virus pandemic, and he can't even do that well, because they can't even put a simple podcast up which you know, a young kid can put up. we have a lot as it relates to the corona virus today now look. We all watched all weekend long all of us and we saw how people were reacting around the country. There is a conflict now between many of the states and their unwillingness to reopen and the people of those states that want to get back to normal life, you know there are state legislators now calling into many probes into nursing home policies. We're going to get to New York which is really unique to watch one guy dodge responsibility I've never seen anybody like governor Cuomo. Well, we have a list of all the excuses. He's made, but anyway. The California's reopening plan discriminates against places of worship, according to the Justice Department then you have state legislative legislatures now calling for probes into the nursing home policies, interestingly all blue states..

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"guy dodge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Norovirus hopefully they'll be able to figure out what's going on with that some of the other stories working on this morning you had that story this morning about a fatal accident again we had one yesterday one today yeah and they were both wrong way drivers and this you know what ABC news seven has this story and this is the one that the K. on highway seventeen Campbell you know what to do with all these one way crashes going the wrong way on the highway well you know there are certain places throughout the bay area that have I and I I mean I'm not going to use this as an excuse for these drivers but sometimes I can see where I mean there's there's certain on ramp in Castro valley where you could easily I end up taking the wrong turn and I wonder if that might have been the situation here but then again we also just you know you get people that aren't smart and they drink and drive yeah well there's a one of pacifica that was right early Thursday morning that three fourteen in the morning he won okay with that somebody tune on the roadway three fourteen in the morning sure some people are going to work some people are on there but got a guy Dodge charger man between twenty three thirty five years old and it had entered highway one going north bound the southbound lanes struck a man driving a Mercedes SUV the man to in forty four forty and fifty years old driver of the Dodge pronounced dead at the scene the Mercedes driver taken to San Francisco General unknown injuries you know you gotta wonder all these one we are people going the wrong way is is you know some.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You just dispatch your dad to go somewhere and go get the money and bring it back fring it back to you. I don't like that. My feeling is go sell your hooky. So don't take your dad or mom in deputize him. And then give us the whole guilt trip at work where they show up. The money's going for the kind of put you down for name all the other people who bought more than you're willing to buy. Yeah, you're right and on Facebook when you scroll through every girl, I know every woman says my daughter selling and it's so much easier. Now, you could just go to her link. Go to hurt I run it and just sign up. It's just so they're not even getting off the couch. Girl scout now as a campfire. The process though. Right. Get out there on the pavement or set up a stand or do whatever it's elementary school. Make you sell a summer sausage some version of that. We know Not that. that jet things ID disorder. I thought it was going to die. They had a sell magazines public schools like how this company seems like it's doing something illegal Jeff kindergarteners itself magazine for boy scouts. Yeah. I had been weird little chocolate the chocolate sort of bricks in other ones are shaped like a little gold Ningbo of it like a bar a bar had a couple in their little cardboard case with twelve and then they give you a little miniature envelope to put the money in the fold the money and stuff it into. There's no medium size, Manila envelope. They got big. And they got minutes. A medium one and stuff it in there. And I had I couldn't sell things that people like there was something wrong with my personality where like couldn't go to people and go, hey, it's a dollar for candy because back then candy bars for fifty cents seemed like overpriced. And my house didn't have any food and certainly no sweet. So I would stare at that brick of caney bars. I'm just gonna eat half of the one the one at some point it just we'd get to the end of the thing for the east valley, Trojans, peewee football, and my envelope would have three dollars and the boxer that one and a half candy bars in it and there were trying to make the math work. They're like, they're K. They're nine and a half candy bars that you've not account three dollars. How do we make this work? And that was always the problem. And there's always some ass. Wipe is sold. The most got a schwinn Stingray or something. Yes. Parents stop helping your kids do. Little radio flyer. Go down the corner, do it themselves. Yeah. Hopefully Bundy once wing. VW hand hopefully, God willing. I think this is after your time. But Hailey, and Brian did you guys have book it when you or when you got a personal pan pizza? Yes. I never got one because I never read. Perations reader, you guys you guys dodged a whole green. God God, our our w whatever green stamps or blue stamps green stamps, told you guys get a weird. I don't know who came up with this mex-, Patty. Can I think they're called green green stamps is initial anyway, you fill up a tank aghast. You get ten stamps. They're like came like like postage stamps. Stephan perforated, and you want to the supermarket, and you spent more than twenty dollars, you get ten stamps. I don't know how they worked it out. But that's how they worked it out. And then you take them all home and put them in a booklet and each booklet had one hundred stamps, and if you got twenty booklets, you could get a kayak or ten Asan w green stands essence sorry. H green stamps. Him in and get some stupid thing that you couldn't use like a lantern or something. And I don't know how it worked or why work, but it was a big deal for poor people. When I was when I was young and all right? Go ahead. Well, fuck news reports that three sonic drive-in locations in Ohio are without employees. After the entire staff of each one stage walkouts this week to protest new management. According to a circle villain, caster grove city have all experienced complete.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Because if you believe they wanna trade now, son, you're saying they had a competent front office. If you believe they lost that trade, then it doesn't really matter. You know, how much money they have still not trust that the organization gonna make the right decisions necessary to become a champion. That's a tough one evaluate right? I don't even know if you can't because porzingas is coming off of a real injury. Dennis Smith junior. Who's probably the key piece going the other direction was great last year and this year's been far different. But the arrival of Don-Shik kinda changed his role with that team went from being the guy that was the most important piece to a guy that a-piece that's an adjustment. So I don't even know exactly where he is in his development player. Well, that's the reason why is important. These superstars you talking about who are free agents. Their teen have to answer that question for themselves. They have to an I know clearly hit felt they had their answer. The Knicks clearly felt they but the Knicks have had many answers over many decades. And they've come up bump out each time. If you're a K D, you have to look at this and go either you're thinking, man, why the hell they don't know what they're doing. Or you're thinking, oh that was smart because he ain't really all that. And they try to. So if you look at them, you go man, they got rid of porzingas, you're not signing that 'cause they're going to do some stupid stuff with you thinking about it was just a name. But if you think that what they were smart, then you believe what they can do with. You will be smart, and you have more faith in them as a franchise and Dallas kinda got it. There initially sponsored because it feels like against first year. So you're always going to be a little cautious and feels like they have a really special guy dodge the Donncha, which is going to be in this league. He's really good. All of a sudden if I got a seven foot four, dude, that's. It's crazy Scone five at seven five it's crazy skilled, and he's my second best player doesn't have to carry the water every single night that guy all of a sudden the west is there's another team in the mix. That's got two guys that are difference makers. It just got that much harder for the Lakers. Yeah. I mean it much harder for everyone else. That's for sure. But these are young guys. It's going to take them a minute we secure Anthony Davis or another free agent free agent. We're in our prime. So by the time, they actually become something dangerous. You know, we shifting gears. Anyway, she Kane AC's more dangerous than those guys. Oh god. Yeah. Got as much as New York. Try to sell you Travis than with the future of NBA is always bigger New York, man. Yeah. Yeah. They try to say that. But during the entire time hilarious part is during the entire time. They were pumping up the unicorn Karl Anthony towns was just a better player the entire time. And still remain. Has was informed will. Yeah. But you hear so you, and you porzingas is the future. He's a unicorn there's never been anything. Like what us because Phil Jackson said to though when he put the stamp on before. He is hoping kind of unravel it everybody was believing. What he did? And people say, okay, you're feel the full Senate. And it was it was doing good too. Yeah. He was good towns better player. No question about trapped but same draft..

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"guy dodge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Them is that we could increase the taxes that people are paying. Who are in our community. So seventy percents eighty percent. We've had it as high as ninety percent. Ninety percent. Maybe Cory Booker will take it to one hundred and we can all go from there. But the truth is you can tax it at seventy eight ninety one hundred percent of the Uber wealthy. That's still will not be enough to fund the government, especially they're insane. Anybody who's says Medicare for all is certified insane? They know will never happen. They know they can never pay for it. And they know it will never work, but don't get him elected. Well, we were talking about Medicare for all the people that are on Medicare right now have put into it for all these many years, and we're talking about thousands and thousands of dollars. Now when they talk about Medicare for all that means a number of people who they would include who had put nothing into it. So not only is it. Extraordinarily costly. And we're talking about over three billion dollars a year trillion trillion. I'm sorry. Three over three trillion a year for thirty some trillion dollars over a ten year period. It's just you know, it's it's unsustainable. It can't it can't be done. And and when you factor in the fact, the fact that. A lot of people that would be getting this so called Medicare for all. Had put nothing into it to begin with. Well, it's sort of like the earned income tax credit sort of like the eagles coming into the country that they're getting a speaking of which they all just come off this border security conference committee right now because it's not going anywhere. It is another will be no deal because Pelosi glory yesterday. He said, well, there's not gonna be any money from any more money in in the legislation. No wall money ever from while. She speaker. The president says he's playing games. No. Because if there's no wallet doesn't work. She's just playing games. So if there's no wall, it doesn't work, and we're building the wall right now, a lot of people don't know that. But we have a lot of wall under construction we've given out a lot of contracts over the last three or four weeks. Good contracts. A lot of Wallis soon going to be under construction president said is going to happen, and the they're already making plans and Charlie in ocean city wants to talk about that, Charlie. What do you think the bread is going to do on the wall? Well, I have I've been listening to a couple of interviews one was an ice agent. And he does the filling out the forms of what they confiscate. And he made mention that there last year they confiscated four billion dollars in cash. Now, the president is chief executive ISIS under the executive branch, Joaquin he just walked over grabbed the money and put it on the wall. I'm sorry. Can you may do that? Because I mean, let's face it. It's it's almost like confiscated money if you're arresting drug dealers, and what have you, and you take their money is no longer there is they'll never get it back, and you can basically use it for any number of reasons. And that's some of the. Some of the on obligated balances. We were talking about the other day. There's the old ciampa wack that Bill. Cassidy is going to introduce this week in which all of the old gotten gains by El Chapo, and it's believed to be fourteen billion will now be dedicated to our great southern partition as we're calling. Is the president can make the claim to the Democrats. I told you Mexico would pay for. Actually, the cartels, which are Mexicans will pay for it. Yeah. I think that's a good point Charlie thanks for the call and for raising that, but you know, adding insult to injury just yesterday over two hundred and fifty four pounds of fat nor was seized on the border Nogales. Arizona. And that's enough to kill fifty four million Americans two hundred and fifty four pounds largest ever seizure of federal. So that's that's a chemical weapon that is that was seized and number two. The sex trafficking industry where young women and men children are preyed upon and and this is one hundred and fifty billion dollar industry in the United States. And I guarantee you politicians probably both parties, but primarily Democrats are being bought off by the cartels and probably are part of this the sex trafficking thing too. Because remember Jeffrey Epstein. He was he was up to his, you know, alligators including with President Clinton and other Republican politicians on his little Lolita express when he went to the island, and they had young girls sex slaves, and so forth that guy dodged a major league bullet. And it was the FBI director then. Wasn't Robert Muller. It's eight thirteen Ralph Northam the governor of Virginia former pediatric neurologist who said it would be okay. To actually kill a baby after it was born alive on a radio interview. The other day double down yesterday because he's ticked off. He's getting called names how we approach how we manage patients. How we offer advice and counsel. And so so now, I I don't have any regrets. But I do find how my comments I did answer that question. I regret that those comments have been mischaracterized the personal insults for me. I really find disgusting. I find disgusting. I find disgusting that you're okay with killing a human child in the third or fourth trimester. That's truly what's discussing the people of Virginia. You ought to be shamed. Yourself that you put governor mingling office. I mean, that's what's disgusting to me. That's what's reprehensible and monstrous the fact that you're.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on You're Wrong... And Here's Why

You're Wrong... And Here's Why

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on You're Wrong... And Here's Why

"But let's say I forgot to mention this. After your first point, how dare you disparage forty one year old Vince Carter, he still dunks premium? Don't you understand how important that is? No. But for real what trae young has done is very very very impressive for what is surrounding him. There's no doubt about it. But the play of guy like dodge has just been it's been more put together. And that's what I think you talked about the expectation you had and dodges sort of just already being that expectation. But that's the point. I mean, the expectation around the guy like Ben Simmons last year was he was supposed to come in and be that guy. And he was and what you got was essentially what you expect it no three point shot. But a guy that can get to the rim plays decent defense and he's going to distribute the ball. Well, it's what he showed. It LSU is what he showed in the summer league before breaking his foot that expectation didn't go away. Just because he was meeting it if anything that gave him that hit year pretty much without question. And then you mentioned the, you know, the guys around him being the difference. Well, you're looking at a guy in Donovan Mitchell who competed so. Much you're so strongly with Ben Simmons for that rookie of the year last year and who had the better team around them. Arguably the jazz were probably worse as far as the pieces around him now that may have turned out differently as the as the postseason went on. But they were arguably worse than the seventy Sixers team that sports guys who are making all NBA teams. It's it's hard to see how people are weighing that in this case, I think that the Don-Shik mega hype and how well he's performed puts him at the number one spot as of right now still you can discount eight, and I guess a little bit because you're right. They are force feeding him more with Booker not being in. But I think when you just break it down to the top two guys dodges still just a hair ahead of what trae Young's done. I don't necessarily understand the need to knock jazz team that had a lot of pieces in was a very very good team that just needed an alpha score. And it just so happened. The Donovan Mitchell worked himself into that role over the course of the season. I I don't know. How that applies to this hawks team this Mavericks team. But for someone like me who's champion Luca Danni bandwagon for me to speak so glowingly about his rookie of the year competitor trae young, you know, young has to be special because I don't like to be wrong. And I've talked about Don forever. Anyone who's watched basketball for a long time and understands the game can tell right away when a guy just has it, you know, when the guys basketball player, and you know, what trae young has it. I don't think there's any question about that his numbers absolutely speak for themselves. And you know, they're only going to get better as the game continues to slow down for him. So this is this is a very apropos. It's election day hired you to all go out there and votre young as your rookie of the year. I like how you're stumping for trae young. This is hilarious. I think my point with the jazz verse Sixers you're talking about a guy with established players in the NBA like Ben Simmons did versus a guy who had a little bit of a lesser team. You know guy that surrounded by an emerging nickel a yoga yoga guys like that. He was before last year. He wasn't as prominent of as he is. Now, it's hard to think about that. Because recency bias, but but overhaul it just I'm impressed with both guys. It's hard to say, you know, which is at this current point for their actual role in their actual team. Trae Young's, obviously, a bigger piece to what's currently going on in Atlanta because they're so such little stuff around him, and Don could sort of just kind of slide into a Mavericks team that had some talent around him either way it's neck and neck, and if you're an NBA fan, it's something that I really think is fun to watch these young guys start to take over league as some of these veterans. Ninety seconds. So listen, no ninety seconds for the first thing..

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"guy dodge" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on Do By Friday

"There was no steam and they would've the lake and all would it become steam steam, and he was really upset. He went on Tyson and he was very upset. He was like, they did not handle that correctly as Josh. It's a movie about a spider man. Hyphen took it. I put in our super-secret Tech's channel how spiders reproduce, which really he's UT's this to us. Tell me more. I just learned from no such thing as a fish that their legs work hydraulically, and that's why they look so creepy. Oh, I did not know that. No, they just they just shoot up webs their webs. Yeah, yeah. Spider juice. Whatever a seaman in. I don't know a lot about this fighter man lower, but it is a little weird to me that he sort of shoots his Gysi webs all over New York City people's windows and lamp posts, and street lights. And he shoots his Gysi webs all over the city. So we're going around and then leaves them. And is there somebody that has to come up the next morning and explain his Gysi webs off the window? Yeah. Three pieces of very quick follow up. Number one, the author of create rebellion. His name is Robbie trip. Number two. The book create rebellion actually came out in November of two thousand fifteen follow of three. You guys dodged a fucking bullet because it's not available on kindle bomber bomber pick. Creamer billion says Robbie trip. It's an abstract manifesto for disruptive creativity. All right. Who took a cold shower mean. Merlin Ono. He's making a noise. He made a Tina slash noise. Here's the thing, our shower and our master bedroom. We had a fancy. What do you call it? The thing that changes the temperature in the shower, a thermometer new, really talking about the dial, we give one day, so here's that we got what fancy one colour, like one of those separate separate heat. Loves those. They're they're really nice. So so basically it was one knob that turns it on. We'll just explain the idea is then you do not have turn up all the way hot to get high pressure. That is correct. So you turn so you turn, there's one that does the pressure and there's one that does the temperature and and so you see and usually we kinda like leave on the same temperature because we've like once you dial it into the right temperature, it doesn't. You know, it's like if you have a separate knob that you're not constantly fiddling with it that much. But the one of the properties of this knob is that it doesn't go from zero to one hundred. It goes from like it goes from like eighty to one hundred ten to do you sued him saying it air can't do normally the way the way the minor standing this, which is very basic is that no matter how the.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"To do that and be one of two people in the bottom and not play your idol like that is crazy to me this was so so risky i can't them any world where she thought that she should play rydell i wonder if 'cause i do agree that i think we should credit this partly to her sort of putting everything in tom by saying like oh i think i've gone him hook line and sinker so he's going to tell me if i'm in trouble because he does sort of make that promise which again we can start talking about whether or not that was sincere what he said on the reward or if he was just sort of doing continue like i wasn't really listening i guess just sort of nod my head and see what i agreed to but i do honestly it's really sad to say but i feel like her playing her idol last round had more ramifications than her just not having one for the first half of this episode i really do wonder where from our perspective we say oh yeah play an idol when you think you might be in trouble at thirty three percent chance like you said that totally makes sense i wonder if she you talk about her broken good maybe she started to discredit herself by saying well i wasted an idol last round when i really need it now i'm gonna make sure that i hold onto this and use it when i really need to it's almost something like a kris noble survivor goes to island where he had this this tribal council or the next one is the only time he could play his idol and he just thought at that point like okay i have to just get past one and then i'll be able to really utilize it i wonder falesa saw the same thing just because she felt like she had waited or not prety last time and she wants to really think over each and every part of this decision or than just going with their instinct but that confuses me though because kris noble thing okay like i get that and i've been talking in this new zealand coverage of how people might really wanna hold onto that idol at saint like a final six because then you know that you'll say to a full because you have to play it at five whereas palesa even if she keeps it now plays it next week like she's still only two six he's still go to like she's not all the way to the end so i don't know i'm definitely very much in the rub sestina school of thought play it you'll still be in the game you lose an idol that's not the end of the world it's way worse to go home with an idol in your pocket and i do think that she was just really pumped up about her life she was like i'm having so much fun playing the game and threw being stupid tom who thinks that i just want to enjoy my last day so i have intel coming to me and she just felt like she was really playing him where she wasn't and she was the one who ended up getting blindsided also by the majority who i think that a really good job with the blindsided think pk was shocked not to be going home which is something we've also seen in survivor new zealand people think for sure they going home and get blindside to stay in the game i loved pk's reaction to that so i just think that the blindside with off really well and she got i mean i agree that like i think they got the desired result but man if you're talking about risk these guys dodged a huge bullet why the hell did they not split the vote shen this is ridiculous to me it's it's shades of survivor cambodia nine personal lion saying like yeah we could put all our votes on kelly went where she's got nothing and then okay byebye injury savage i mean for the second round of this host merge contained a was very close to going home if palesa had had a different feeling had a last minute gut switch and said i'm going to pull out my idol there goes cotin guide could take on the the good path of the more boring but the.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Rain on periscope tyson thinks you guys dodged a bullet says anne is a more homely name definitely disagree we have we probably have some annie's listening in the audience and it's a fine name marlo maeve like made from westworld yeah rachel didn't hasn't been keeping up with rest worlds so then when she loved she wanted to be the first name and i didn't want it to be the first name because i thought you work keeping up with westworld or rachel then got a then then loves westworld so much once she caught up no maeve seems seems like a name you're gonna have to explain for your entire life yeah and to too close to nave yeah nave nave is like a short navy cly no like if you call someone in nave looking up gay oh we're going to get a word of the day here yeah i think thinking of naive danny i'm not i think is thinking of nave i don't even know how to spell it doesn't exist yeah okay all right well while danny is trying to look up a nave i guess let's get into talking about all of the top news stories going on at this hour and oh this really got me mad yesterday why did that get you matt didn't i predict this as off but if we all knew this and guess what the wizards over at i hop came out and said psych just we're not i hob we're still i hop we'd never turn our back on pancakes and i think that they are taking us all for knaves danny because i think i hob did not work it was bad nobody wanted to burger from them and they went back and said psych just kidding it was all a price to think it was supposed to be a prank you think they were testing the waters i think it was y'all here it is a navy is dishonest unscrupulous on scrupulous what man oh so it doesn't fit a female maybe it's just something that applies to men and all the people that i hop our names so that was the correct usage yes well i don't know if it's metal a women responsible for this but i hate it and it makes me so mad they get does i called it out of the second it was done we don't we didn't see any signs changing we saw some commercials on tv which are easy to fake and then we knew that they were gonna lose out on pancake sales what we should do fake news what we should do is we should get all our listeners to go jerky boys on these guys and and call them and ask them if they still serve pancakes like we should record conversations that people are having with i hob asking if they still serve pancakes or if they only serve burgers now it's so aggravating i i don't think this was a plank because a prank doesn't go it was a prank by the end of the day like today consulted they consulted logan paul on this and it was just a felt prank at least it didn't end with them going to prison these should go to prison this look i think i've said this on this podcast a prank needs to be more than just a lie if you're just telling a lie that people are believing because why would they not believe you then then that's not a prank yeah prank is brushing your teeth what kappa what was that's a the cast sure cat in which that's a good prank yeah come on this dislike tysoe said some bad marketing scheme that everyone saw through especially the prophets on this show tyson and danny they never committed to it they didn't change anything none of their branding was changed i hob it was just like something out there and we all expect this is this is like this is like you know you end up you you're you tell your spouse hey i'm leaving you i'm sorry you go out there you're playing the field for a month nothing doing you walk back in the door like bazooka guy got you you should see your face saying supply joking i was not i i was leaving you i was pranking you franking you we were getting divorced this is and this is exactly where it comes from like wesley you're standing around in a circle of friends and.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But not movie exists solely to die at the end and that's that's not that's not what you want that's not that's not really acceptable see the treatment of angie dickinson dressed to kill you could argue as well that was kind of a psycho riff wasn't yeah very much so off the hook yeah ending on your list that would surprise me has anyone gone for wise guys but in on your list yeah it's just not quite as good as good feathers number smoke quite the film film note the greetings okay which is his goal period and it is a bit a bit like lesser from nineteen sixty nine with absolute tell you live in the late sixties it's about free guys dodge draft and food more human than most of his things the niro great man it's very kind of lucid i built a home movie in some ways also deals with his his obsession these of his career with the kennedy killing which starts there and you can trace it to blow out which is around relations and chappaquiddick and all that thing if you haven't seen gems in grating safe for young to near who's brilliant the storm share that and to see if for more fun flexible the palmer i think he's very relaxed and very improvise invitational on its way from that point of set piece guy that we know love as when the ones is actually really not available in this country it's ingredients and han lama sees which is.

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"guy dodge" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"You're not offered that guard down thing the dow dave monarch nine thousand ninety pmi owner never mind larry arnn what do you want be played on time mind just that y flammable i'll guy got got like a goddamn gunawan w r pumps now by your jon rahm blah blah blah john mccain they got here too long blonde flung background tom guy dot com thousand a gallup poll not by your round bob plump nightmare i terminal daniel nye portable reporter was the big horn dubai no party there are no longer there deng old jacques the more equipment that you would think operating away salaries onestop got down well it's gone out why don't you you're not my north jon rahm bob gummy may make i need you're not drown down guy gone brown watanabe follow your problem not wind your rings on round bob bomb tiger palm there to be more down guy guidebook data on nato no no problem is the board guy i do not do don't break rachel thornlike star bono that is buying by on new zealand or young keno donald roofer by did not want thought x on board monopoly on all natural glen he got come on up down merge got it guy dot com unpopular god we're your mind bob why you're done done without me bum on found blah blah back down there got it guy dot com com guy dodge ram one thousand dollars dollar your thumbnail mind your thought on blah blah blah.

"guy dodge" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on RobinLynne

"You're not offered that guard down thing the dow dave monarch nine thousand ninety pmi owner never mind larry arnn what do you want be played on time mind just that y flammable i'll guy got got like a goddamn gunawan w r pumps now by your jon rahm blah blah blah john mccain they got here too long blonde flung background tom guy dot com thousand a gallup poll not by your round bob plump nightmare i terminal daniel nye portable reporter was the big horn dubai no party there are no longer there deng old jacques the more equipment that you would think operating away salaries onestop got down well it's gone out why don't you you're not my north jon rahm bob gummy may make i need you're not drown down guy gone brown watanabe follow your problem not wind your rings on round bob bomb tiger palm there to be more down guy guidebook data on nato no no problem is the board guy i do not do don't break rachel thornlike star bono that is buying by on new zealand or young keno donald roofer by did not want thought x on board monopoly on all natural glen he got come on up down merge got it guy dot com unpopular god we're your mind bob why you're done done without me bum on found blah blah back down there got it guy dot com com guy dodge ram one thousand dollars dollar your thumbnail mind your thought on blah blah blah.

"guy dodge" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"guy dodge" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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