30 Burst results for "Guy John"
"guy john" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"What is it you guys do. when you're surviving the game. What do we do during the game. What are we do when we're surviving the game. I don't think we've ever talked about. We put You know the lines on the football field to down and distance how long you have to go the yellow line and the black line. That's what we do. Put the lines field. We are graphic operators for the worldwide leader in sports. Deal with it. Mostly we drink water and stretch and go fucking come on another fucking penalty. That's generally how we do things we sit. I take a lot of all. Who is the most eligible punk bachelor from your seen days. Alternatively this pitchford overnight dr. tv production the punk bachelor featuring sean duty as the bachelor oh fuck. That'd be very good true zero. I'll do is that of a rose. It would be like a rare seven inch bullet belt. Yeah oh yeah. I put the built around you. You have to reach behind her and put a high true zero. Oh my god. That's a great idea. The punk bachelor. I don't know who the most eligible pont gotcha was It was like you me. Nobody was trying to fuck me when i was a punk kit. I mean i don't know. I don't really know that weird guy john who wanted to fuck remember john I don't know there's a kid thinking. But i can't remember his name. Who used to fuck a lot Eloquent dumped john moran. wasn't john moran either. It's whatever it's gone has lost a history guys probably fucking disgusting. Are you still friends with liquid lap..
NCAA Tournament East Preview
"Welcome to coincide with greenberg dockage in the south bracket where the number one seed is. Bela number two seaters iowa states. Let's get right into it. John gallagher wild and i like john gallagher. Head coach at hartford neighborhood. Man the neighborhood who here west hartford the neighborhood as the ultimate philly guy. John gallagher is the ultimate dilly guy. I've already got the text from. I've spoken is tipped off banquet a year ago. The dude is certifiably insane in a good way. What he no one is going to enjoy the ncaa tournament more than it. So as soon as they won they immediately went to indianapolis and starts to quarantine and have experienced john. Enjoy it. we're gonna say nice things about you. You're a good guy. And ballard dance so nokes no trepidation about baylor's performance against oklahoma state. Oklahoma states really good people are losing their mind. What at at baylor games. They're playing in the big twelve. They're not planning west coast conference. You're playing in the big twelve. You're planning against other teams that have good players. You're gonna lose games all right. The next game is interesting. Opening round games wisconsin. Why i think he's just not right against north carolina who depending on the day is not right. I mean real simple carolina. You can take care of the ball. Are you gonna make your shot if you take care of the ball and at least get shots up. Then you have an advantage. Except that as we know wisconsin wisconsin's analytics over. Like if you just look at their analytics you would think they'd win every game. They don't give up second shots that will turn it over. They get pretty good shots but they don't play winning basketball. I know that sounds weird. But there's something not right. I think carolina find a way to win that game except the carolina. Jecklin hide reminds of this game. Would you like i like carolina. And this and i look whatever's happened to nate rivers whether it's kobe whether it's whatever it just hasn't been good. I expected more out of him. They don't run their stop nearly as well as they didn't pass they rely too much on one. And frankly they're not a one on one team. And you know what would those big garrison brooks bay. Come and all and bacon's and everybody else you can get into wisconsin. Guards make them drivers into traffic. I think this is a pretty good match up for north carolina. I just think they're better. And i think they're going to win the basketball game and i think they're going to win it fairly big. So if you wanna bet on a game this probably going to have tyke spread. That's gonna move it out a little bit. I think this is the game i think. North carolina wins by double digits. All right to winter is the sexy upset. eco nova plant without conquests. Be justin moore play the other day but wasn't good. They started the set a little bit. You know this is. This is a winter key. May play really fast. I've got a low post lower burns at play him about fifty minutes game. he's really productive. Obviously they got a very good camera. Badran the big six seven kind of point guard because they run the show through a tuck this about. They're extremely aggressive. Pat kelsey really likeable dude. Winter months play fast was gonna try to get into half court who you like. Well i i agree with everything you said. I think winter got a hell of a team. But if this was any other organization other than j j rights organization i would say the winthrop's gonna win the basketball game but you still have robinson hurl. You still have samuels. And if healthy justin moore. You've got three guys. You've got the best three guys on the court. And that always bodes. Well now the point guard situation okay. It is what it is. We all know that point guards at villanova stuff are important. It is the sexy. Pick the five twelve upset all that kind of stuff. But i'm not betting against jay wright and his organisation they just seem to overcome things that need to be overcome when they need to be overcome. I great i agree all right. So now this is an interesting north texas by gurus helmi north texas guards. The crap you absolutely flat can guard you an elite defensive team. They put great pressure notable they then eyeball reversal on play. Two man game with javon Handle it let the point guard and that they are really really good solid defensive team. They turn people over there really aggressive. But you've seen teams like that. Purdue doesn't beat themselves. You pretty has probably i i do. I think this is going to be right down to the wire south because what. I've talked to people today actually. Starting last night couple guys. I was surprised. North texas beat western kentucky. Not because i knew anything about no taxes. But because i saw western kentucky for three games and and they're really good athletic on the wing. Strong tough. I think what you said about the all of the defense bits. Dramatically bad against purdue get up into. They're not the quickest. Get shot team jay nineties really the only one that can i think this is going to be. I'm going to bet against purdue because i think produce offensive analytics put them in the top ten. But nobody's really pressured purdue nobody's really got into them and under wings. Don't take this game for granted. North texas is going to cover whatever the point spread is pretty wins. It the end. Are you got another big time. Texas tech utah state and utah state. Pounds that thing in pain name is cadence a big physical that play a four round. One run actually pretty good motion and so pretty good actions to me. The kid just being an interesting precedent. Don't shoot it as well as they happen to pass but they really defend the top five rebounding They're a very good offensive antiques. Keta against texas tech doesn't have a legitimate big tonight. I mean or cassette said
Capitol Hill Insurrectionist, John Sullivan, Paid $35,000 for Capitol Hill Video Footage
"Thanks, Adam. I want to talk about your piece of American greatness, which I think is really interesting. And the headline is is the corporate leftist media rewarding riots? Tell our listeners about that. How is the corporate leftist Media rewarding whites. Okay, so there's been a fascinating crack into the behind the scenes. What's going on between this kind of pipeline between Social justice warriors and the corporate media? And this has come about because of guide by the name of John Sullivan. Now, John Sullivan wasn't organizer for Blom and aligned riots and demonstrations. In fact, he's previously been arrested for playing a role in a riot which somebody was shot that Motors was shot for trying to just pass from intersection in Utah, and he's giving speeches denouncing Donald Trump. But somehow he found himself in with that strong that penetrated the Capitol building in January 6 and he's accorded everything and as he was recording, he recorded himself encouraging the other riders to the Capitol building down to break down doors. He even recorded himself confessing to breaking a window. Then when he's that we've done with the riot. He went to several media interest, including CNN, ABC number of other interests, and he sold the footage of the right the right that he helped direct the he participated in It is he encouraged. He sold these the footage and he got a lot of money for it. He got $35,000 from CNN. I think he got another $35,000 from another major network. When you put them all together, it probably runs somewhere between 80,000 and over $120,000 just for his footage of himself helping to direct this this Capitol Hall that even had only just just cause you for a second, Adama, five. Might. It just kind of emphasize that point, So here's a guy he's a left wing activist disease. An anti trump activist. He's got a violent history participating in riots. He goes to Washington on January 6 and he's one of the people you know, doing this riot that everyone tells us is being carried out by pro Trump partisans. Certainly not true in his case, and he films himself, he films the riot. He films himself, encouraging people to burn down the capital. And then he goes out and Mainstream, allegedly mainstream news outlets like CNN and ABC. Hey, him sums, adding up to something like $80,000 to reward him. For his part in this riot that they they all say they're so appalled by. That's just astonishing that the circuits getting better, eh? So he actually he filmed himself. One of things he filmed himself doing was intimidating to Capitol police officers into abandoning their posts so that the crowd could continue past that door. So after after he was done with this, his brother recognized, got the name of James Sullivan recognized him in some of these videos that were released on the news, and he turned his brother into the FBI. So finally the FBI goes to this. Then the interview of he'd missed everything freely gives the FBI access to all the videos and the U. S. Attorney ends up indicting him. Or pretty much the same crimes. But all these other trump supporters were indicted for, but there was an important difference. The Trump supporters were typically given either very high bail or held with no bail. Number of are just being held in prison with no way of getting out while they await trial, and it could take a year. It could take two years to get to get to trial. So you know, I mean, it's pretty terrible sanctions, but this guy John Sullivan. He was let out at any bail. He was just let out on his own recognizance. And then a zoo conditions of this freedom is free freedom. He was told not to engage in his activities that he does for a company he founded, called Insurgents USA. He immediately violates those restrictions, and the government comes back to court and said Hey, he violated his restrictions his conditions of release We want him taken to custody. The magistrate judge's reaction to this is to say Well, the restrictions are too tough. So instead of making them post a cash bond or taking him into custody She relaxes the restrictions. It's a swell you can continue getting on social media and saying what? Pretty much whatever you want. You just can't organize any violent riots. But he could, you know, do he's free to do whatever whatever he wants beyond that, So you know, this is idea and journalist ethics that you're not supposed to pay people to create stories. But John Sullivan, one of the reasons he is being allowed to do this is he's made the case to the court. Persuasively was persuaded the court of this, but this is what he does Insurgents USA. The business model is he attends these riots and these violent events and he gathers hot footage of it, and then he sells it back to the networks. Of course, he has an incentive to try and stir things up and make things a little bit more exciting, then that's exactly what he did in the capital. He encouraged people to commit very serious felonies. And, uh, when he was arrested, they basically just let him Wait for trial without without taking him into custody. It's really it's really an incredible story. It really is. And then and then, when he gets caught identified and caught, he actually gets preferential treatment compared compared with the other riders, the ones that he was urging on. And as you say he actually helped to get others inside the Capitol building by intimidating to of the capital guards. That were the regarding one
Defense Department pauses plan to vaccinate Guantanamo detainees
"The pentagon is announcing their pausing their plan to vaccinate the inmates at guantanamo. Apparently somebody in the public affairs shop depending on the new guy. John kirby maybe you remember him. When he was a pentagon spokesman when he was a navy admiral he was third. And then he i forget he resurfaced as state department in civilian sued. Now he's back with a biden administration easy assistant secretary of defense for public affairs and he released a day earlier today after after considerable pushback from family members of nine eleven victims as we come up on the twenty th anniversary of by the way who couldn't believe that the mastermind of nine eleven was going to get a vaccine before americans are any american and he tweeted out. Quote no guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated. Were pausing the plan to move forward. As we review force protection protocols we remain committed to our obligations. Keep our troops safe close going so in other words. He's trying to say oh. No no no. We're going to vaccinate all the troops first and then if there's any left college muhammad will get it still. Pretty pretty galling
Is this what the Pats need to do to improve their defensive line?
"In. I really like adam butler like dietrich wise a little bit but at both these guys i think point to the fact that the patriots defensive line is not where it needs to be right now and they have a lot of work to do a front and i would add to this next guy john. Simon sort of into that equation as well as an edge defender as a place where they could really use an upgrade. I would similar to atom. Butler is john simon and the fact that in his in his role right. Now i don't know if he's fully capable of handling it last year when they had a lot more depth at the edge in the linebacker of hybrid position with calvin nolan Land roberts jamie collins. A johnson played less than fifty percent of the snaps this year. He's now playing about seventy sound snaps on defense in production. Hasn't gone up at all nowadays. Play a slip This is starting essentially starting edge player with four quarterback heads into saxon the year so the passwords progression. Just isn't there at all and you still on the film. He's not really getting off blocks at all. He's now pressuring the quarterback from the edge and on he's coverage player. He's he's he's a veteran. he's smart. But i think ultimately if your signing him to be a seventy percent seventy percent of the defensive snaps guy is he. He can be liability times as you reduce his role some to to the way they wanna use in butler ideally then he can be more effective so it really depends argue with finding upgrade in the draft. Is you taken a plane. More snaps on the edges chase. Winovich can not mysteriously disappear at times and be more full-time player on the edge. Then john fits better. But if you're not going to do that i don't really think he's worth bringing back. If he's going to be a fulltime star that position they want you to rush. Cover drop the coverage off the edge and at the edge of the defense. And that's what you're gonna do as seventy percent player at opposition. It's really tough. I mean that's not an easy thing to do. And i i think the john simon does one of those things as starter level or baby obama replacement level. I should say and that set the edge. The other two things rushing the passer dropping into coverage. Not so much for the problem that they've route into is that chase winovich. Joshu are not ready to be every dow players yet so you're sort of caught with a bunch of one dimensional guys. J. winovich ideal passing downs players. But john simon's better more before stouter at setting the edge. It's like if you combine those guys to one player than the aggregrate football player. That's not how it works. I think the agents run into problems this year with sort of constantly needing to mix and match right in in rotate guys in and out of. What's the situation. What's the down and distance and that can work and they've done that effectively in the past but more a lot more. This season is aided in years in the past teams have identified those types of players and said okay. We know we have signed out here. We know we have winovich john here and they've been able to take a little bit more advantage of those types of
Two Georgia races will decide which party controls the Senate
"The Senate is currently split with two races still to be called on to others in Georgia to be decided in a January 5th run off Now it's pretty clear at this point that in Alaska, Sullivan is going to win the Republican In North Carolina, Thom Tillis. Basically it's already in the bag, so they'll hold those two seats based on what we have in front of us now, David Purdue is gonna run off with this guy, John. Looks like a sock puppet and Kelly lawful er she's It's like the more precarious situation. These two Republican senators right now in Georgia in a runoff January fits both of these. Go to a runoff On January 5th on Kelly lost forgets his Warnock. And and the Republicans only need to hold one of those Georgia presuming that they hold assuming that they hold North Carolina with Tillis and Alaska with Sullivan. Then they only need to get one either. Perdue who looks like he's very state against this guy, John In a January 5th runoff election, but the Democrats going to throw the kitchen sink and the you know the Winnebago and your grandmother's house, they're gonna throw everything at it. They're going to get their billionaires to go in front of it, and then to cry money and politics. And they're going to try to steal the Senate. Get control of the Senate by whatever means necessary by hook and by crook.
"guy john" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Never seen such a magnitude because this is an indication of just how widespread it is how deep it is, and I don't think it's just confined to Philadelphia. My instincts again coming out of Chicago Democratic politics minus six. Tell me it's going on in Atlanta is going on in Detroit going out in the walk. He's going on a Las Vegas It's like with Justice, Powell said about pornography. You can't defy it to find it. But you know when you see it and coming out of the Democratic, the Chicago political establishment, I know how they operate control polling places they stop votes when their candidates behind And then in the wee hours of the morning in the dark of night, she stayed in sports, and we've seen that in big numbers unprecedented numbers in this election in Michigan and Philadelphia. It's outrageous and the fact that they're joining with the impunity there doing it with is because the media is simply looking the other way because they have their corrupt mainstream media that's not interested in In protecting our constitution of the rule of law. They just want to beat Donald Trump at all costs, and they're not just stealing from Donald Trump is worse than that. They're stealing from us. The American people. I mean and not to hit a nerve. But I mean You went to jail for this kind of stuff. I mean, is it really that common? I mean, you see, you said it's all over the place in Democrat big cities, where they control the political apparatus and control the apparatus to count the votes, and they control the polling places and the ones who count those votes. It's widespread myths deep. As I said, it's a time honored tradition. It's the kind of thing where everybody knows it happens. Republicans are claiming that a software error switch 6000 Republican votes to Democrats and this software was used in 47. Michigan counties have also sent a criminal referral to the DOJ. About alleged voter fraud in Nevada. Quote our lawyers. Sent a criminal referral Eiji Bar regarding at least 3000 and 62 instances of voter fraud. We expect that number to grow substantially. Thousands of individuals have been identified who appeared a violated the law by casting ballots ever they move from Nevada. The GOP was going to provide further evidence of this potential fraud. Here's what the president said about Detroit and about Philadelphia, Detroit and Philadelphia, known as two of the most corrupt political places anywhere, by the way I recall in 2008, there were district in Detroit and in Philadelphia, where one 100% of the voters voted for Barack Obama. Not a single person, not a single person on this guy, John McCain. I don't know He was Kano Hilton kind of a maverick 100%. Voted for Barack Obama country. Easily. Cannot be responsible for engineering the outcome of a presidential race, sir, Nobody thought that was fishy. You don't think it's fishy an entire district, not a single person. The important presidential race in Pennsylvania Democrats of Gun To the state Supreme Court to try and ban our election observers and very strongly That we won the case, but they're they're going forward. They don't want anybody in there. They don't want anybody watching them as they Uh, count the ballots and I can't imagine why there's absolutely no legitimate reason. Why they would not want to have people watching this process because of its straight They would be here should be proud of it. Instead, there Trying obviously, too. Commit fraud. Now. As I mentioned. The Republicans are in line to retain control of the Senate. That is a big Big deal because in the event that job I and becomes president, he won't be able to do a whole lot. The other thing is The Republican number in the House. No, I did not go down. So far, it's up five more seats with around 7 to 10. They're still pretty competitive, have yet to be decided. So President Trump expand the number of females expand the number of minorities, blacks and Hispanics retained control of the Senate. Improves the margins in the house, and he loses the election. Here's what Kevin McCarthy said. None of them. They're all afraid because they'll be primary and they'll lose. But what's very interesting here and shows Maur the fraud, not one Republican incumbent lost. We're already 18 seats and we're ahead and 10 more. How would President Trump lose in an atmosphere like that? How is it possible that someone claimed that Joe Biden would win and not? One Republican member of Congress lost reelection, but almost 15 Democrats did. And you know what's interesting happening? We're watching this go before our very eyes. Why is it in these major states? That the big city stop counting toe All the rule votes come in, So they know how many more they need on my way here tonight. We're ahead in a seat in Iowa to buy a little less than 300 votes. I don't have all the facts, but I was just reported that they allowed a little over 300 people to revote. Elder. You're a just the facts guy. I'm not saying any real hard evidence of the voter fraud. When you spend three years, four years, calling this man, a fascist and a Nazi All better off. You'll do anything to get out of fascism, the Nazi, so I'm sorry. I'm very skeptical about this election. And I think President Trump should do everything you can to make.
Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Epic luck is a professor of law and the Founding Faculty Director of the Solomon Center for Health, Law and policy at Yale Law school she is an expert on Congress and the political process federalism civil procedure and health law among her most recent work is the most extensive empirical study ever conducted about the realities of the congressional lawmaking process published as two articles. In the Stanford Law review she has worked for. A Mayor Governor and senator, but she's here today because she also worked for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg she and fellow former clerk Jillian. Metzger wrote a piece in the new. York. Times just days after Justice GINSBURG staff recalling her impact on them and on equality for men and women in America professor. Thank you for joining us and before we begin our deepest condolences to the loss of your mentor and friend. Thank you so much. It's really a loss for all of us. Yes. Well, I believe you were at the all night vigil last night for Justice Ginsburg I'm hoping you can kind of take us there and describe that experience. Sure. So many people saw on television yesterday the law clerk stood outside to receive the justices casket, which is a typical tradition, but was very striking. I think yesterday because we covered the plaza, an perse because there are so many of us. But second because you were social distancing for covid. So created quite a striking visual I'd ask her ceremony. There is a tradition that other justices have observed where there's an honor guard that guards the casket for the entire time at lays in the court and law clerks at the sign of honor to their boss. Often stand is shifts next to the casket what we did yesterday and are still doing until tomorrow morning actually for the full forty, eight hours, the casket is. The court is that we have two law clerks that are standing by her side every single minute from the time she got to the court through the night. So I was there last night at midnight that another shift at one forty in the morning it's not unique as you know in the Jewish tradition, there is that tradition of standing by the side of the body for burial and several people have asked me wells is happening because she's a Jewish justice. This part of the Jewish tradition at it's a happy coincidence. It's not just for her as happened before, but I was very meaningful I think and really special way to honor her well. Let's talk about just the Ginsberg's impact on you. What did you learn as her clerk started in July two thousand three, right? Yes. Can you talk about your time as for Clark but also impact on you going forward from that time I mean I think her impact on anyone Shane. Countered is really immeasurable as a law clerk for her her work ethic is renowned. She worked harder than anyone I just did another interview with someone else who's I? Well, very supreme court advocate who mentioned that you know nobody prepared more than Justice Ginsburg even the lawyers who are preparing their cases or less prepared than she was on as her law clerk, you could not out prepare her so was she taught us aw was this work ethic and the idea of Being incredibly careful. So you can stand behind your work, one, hundred percent she instilled that in us an enormous way, the other things that she instilled with us during the clerkship or some of her signature qualities. So she was remarkably collegial in the sense that she could disagree and dissent without throwing sharp elbows or causing fights and remaining friendly and close with her colleague. She's obviously the independent thinker. She also had just an amazing life outside the court she basically filled her. Entire. Day She would work until eight pm she would go to the opera than she will come back and work more and she sort of showed you how to have this incredibly full life where you could work hard and you know she wouldn't use your play hard but you know fill your life with all the things you love and every aspect and the last thing say about my time there that her relationship with her husband was as I said before one. For the ages and you could not work for her without seeing that relationship would have birthday parties for every law clerk in her office at her husband. Marty would big cake they were such equal partners. He was her biggest booster her stories through the ages were all about how they supported one another different times in their career. It was really an amazing experience for young person. I was newly married at the time to see that kind of marriage and learn from it. So did she maintain a relationship with her clerks after their terms the court we're up? Oh, absolutely. It was sort of remarkable and a Guy John Stronger and deeper and deeper. Every year I would say that with every passing year I felt closer and closer and closer to her, which is just
"guy john" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"After I washed it I texted you, I know your bedtime later than mine I was like a Bitchy I just knew you would like it. So I I was like watch John was trying to contact aliens on Netflix's sixteen minutes. Before you bedtime and I did it in the morning while I was watching watching brick. House eating, which is. I've never watched Netflix while breck well, I was coming in and I was like sixteen minutes in. Probably something funny to talk about. So watch I think net flicks is onto something with these shorter videos I think I think they could just have short videos and they could be more personality based and you book. Commenting. Underneath. And like video replies. So make it youtube yeah. It it's just a like A. An interestingly edited. By bio-pic. Not Bio PIC. It's just a documentary of this Guy John and like the middle of nowhere who has devoted his entire life to contacting aliens. And it's got. Scott a couple of. Is, gotTa there's a defining moment in the documentary that we are not going to spoil I'm not going to spoil it. The only thing I'll say is that while watching breakfast. Why watching breakfast is that what happens when you watch Netflix eating breakfast yet while? With my wife watching this sixteen minute short film when the thing that you're talking about that, we will not spoil happened. I. Might I, like my eyes welled up with tears Yeah like it was I was just thing sixteen minutes long it was touching it was touching giving away too much already because the be the best thing is to go in totally blind. So forget everything we said except to watch. Sixty. Minutes of your time. That's all we ask. And One hundred hundred. And how many minutes we've been going right now we've been going seventy eight minutes. That's all we ask of you today. Sometimes, we asked a little bit less sometimes. We have a little bit more. Thanks being on the journey with us hashtag gear biscuits..
"guy john" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Bill Huggins of Hutchinson Scat auctions and our producer Eric Kowski were until eight. If you have Ah, collectible. You'd like us to try to give you a value estimate on give us a call on 3123323776, or you can just sit back and relax and listen to us. Talk about some other items that have solder that air in that Huggins and Scott for their October action. Don't forget. Now we've got The Bulls Championship rings. All six from longtime security guy John Caps. Each ring is just like the rings the players got and he was there for all six of them. So each ring will be auctioned with a $5000 minimum bid. Bidding begins October 2nd and some other items. Here's ah Sammy Baugh 1955 tops. All American card number 20 grated PSA nine A $250 minimum bid. Slinging Sammy Boy he was a quarterback was also a defense of backing a partner. Listen to this. 338 punts. He had a 45.1 average day. That's a really good average. I remember when I was a kid like punters would be high thirties a lot, you know, so he must have really been a tremendous athlete. He was the last surviving member. Of the 17 member NFL Hall of Fame Charter Classic 1963. They started the picking guys for the Hall of Fame, a few of the names that we might be familiar with Sammy Baugh. That the NFL president that we had the autograph of that that fooled. I think everybody the tough signature. Joseph Car He was in that class red Grange aspect was in it. George Palace was in the free car. Steven Avery was active while he founded the legs put it, It's like if he wants to be in these if you want to be a Georgia, go there, you're John Hudson and end for the Packers. Curly Lambeau, founder of the Packer's Lambeau Field, the frozen under a Bronco Nagurski. Another bear Ernie Nevers fullback Chicago Cardinals. Jim Thorpe was in that first class really halfback for the Canton Bulldogs. He was also Coach Bill Huggins..
"guy john" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"So. Strong? The most comfortable call. A, Say the we ain't got the. We got the. We ain't got the. On the. Bony and this Guy John to make the radio from Anisimov. Get the. Justice to. The Great. Probably, state of school now the generation. Snapped up. My morning ritual Gary Lewis Right here. T am seven ninety two sons. Most.
"guy john" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Does your business know Laurie have chains on wheels I don't know about that why would you have changed on the wheels well we because when it's icy and all your tracker will now I've had like I've had two different snow blowers and none of them ever had chains on the wheels yes the the what have records it's an old guy I mean it's an old old guy it does help and the other one was about the two stage once yeah yeah yes yeah what is yes to stage we are just states we're right to cycle okay to side with and email one cycle those two states that means you have to have the oil gas mixture to make the motor run oh my gosh you got to be you know why because after it's got all these toys and I'm like oh you to use that we use we went no I guess someone comes over knows that is exactly those two sides to cycle might do to stage okay needed no no I don't look at me it took somebody else correct I need for you to say yes two cycles is this guy John speed this guy John sell snow blowers all you just imagine what they're going for it Hey John is it a sale and snow blowers at your trip today I don't have any left so did they did they like go out I mean when when it starts to snow they go right out the door down day well last November when we have that big storm they all left right away you can reorder there wasn't any in the pipeline you mean in the country correct that storm with all the way across the country so everybody was in the same boat so you telling me my snow blower is that at a premium right judges it is because it's snowing John your good man thanks for this the ticket number I will call if you don't mind for me hi drilled three seven one three eighty five eighty five OR text line is five six six nine this is big Alan Jo Jo on K. away the voice of Colorado right around the metro areas of snow continues to come down got a couple extra trouble spot so we got one a westbound boulder turnpike right around cherry Vale that's going to be a problem for you as well as westbound I. seventy six all right around pay because again our shared I should say that one's also causing some backups.
Pamela Anderson marries fellow five-timer Jon Peters
"Pamela Anderson got secretly married to this super-rich movie mogul Hollywood producer. Sir Guy John Peters yesterday in Malibu Congrats Pam Fun fact. John Peters produced one of my favorite movies of all time Bradley. Cooper's a stars born starring Lady Gaga. He actually also produced the Barbra streisand. A star is born. which haven't seen I know I should see it anyway anyway? The couple actually has quite the romantic love story. And I I'm into it. I'm I'm here for this Marital Union. According to the Hollywood Hollywood reporter the couple quote I dated more than thirty years ago reunited in recent months and have kept the relationship under wraps and quote. It's it's also their fifth marriage for both of them. I'm not like a numbers person. I'm not into like numerology or anything but it's both of their fifth marriages. I feel like that that means something like they match both had four marriages before this. This is their fifth. I think it's cool. They've they've sinked up on how many ex spouses they have anyway. When they first met and dated she was only nineteen but he was instantly smitten with her? It sounds like maybe they broke up because they have a bit of an age gap going on and she was very young at the time he gave sweet statement on their relationship to the Hollywood reporter saying quote there are beautiful girls everywhere could have my pick but for thirty five years. I've only wanted Pamela. She makes me wild in a good way. End Quote. Okay Dude I mean that is sweet. It's romantic but could do without the I could have my pick part. I mean come on like he could have his pick really are gonNA come in case. You Forgot Origin Watch. MTV's Davies the hills reboot last year that starred. Pamela Anderson's son Pam has been recently living in France. T. H. R. summed. MDA Her recent international paid saying quote. The former Baywatch star fifty two had moved to France and Morriston an international woman who was frequently photographed entering the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to visit Julian assange or addressing animal rights issues at the Kremlin before Vladimir Putin and quote. Well who knows if she's GONNA keeping an international woman of mystery or if she's back in Malibu for good either way. I'm happy for the the newlyweds. The best part about this secret Malibu leading and secret relationship is that Pamela Anderson confirmed it to the Hollywood reporter in the best way possible. I've never seen this before this. This is actually wild. Her statement to the Hollywood reporter a media site was not like a normal statement. She didn't like say I am so happy to be married. Like you know like. Please respect our privacy or whatever. She confirmed their marriage in a poem. That's right it wasn't just a poem that she wrote and published herself is a poem that is specifically statement to the Hollywood reporter. I love okay. I don't have anything else to say about this marriage. I'm just GonNa leave you with me. Reciting Pamela Anderson's poem that's also a statement to the Hollywood reporter here. We go quote. John is the original bad boy of Hollywood. No one compares. I love him deeply like family. His life used to scare me so much for girl like me. Now I've seen more of life and realize he's been there all along never failed me. I'm ready now. And he's ready to we understand and respect each other. We love each other UH with out conditions. I'm lucky woman proof. God has a plan.
How to Become a Master Influencer With Michael Stelzner
"It's going to start off by talking about becoming an industry leader in the social media industry specifically cynically and some of the advantages that come along with that so you kind of like step back and take us in that direction. I've had the distinct advantage because socially examiners now ten years old and we've been at this for for a while and we've seen a lot of people come and go and I privately mentor advised and coached a lot of these people. And one of the big things that I notice is everybody that becomes known seems to be more successful and there seems to be something to that. How do I become known? Because here's the advantage edge. John when people are ultimately thinking about a person or a company Who is the one who is the company that POPs into their mind? And that's the big question right when you are that company or where when you are that entrepreneur that individual that people think when they have a need. Guess what that means. So you don't have to pay facebook or Google. Any money to try to generate leads exposure. People start talking about you to other people so when someone's inside a facebook facebook group in this a ham looking for somebody to help this they say oh you gotta go to person. Why even if that they've never worked with person Y and your person why that's awesome marketing marketing for you? So what ends up happening as all these opportunities start falling in your lap. You're asked to speak on stages you're asked to be on podcasts. Your Business model grows is and you can take it to the next level. That is the promise that comes from being really well. No and this is something that you've actually done on multiple levels meeting you. Have you know a conference conference social media marketing world where you bring an industry experts. You highlight them on stages you also highlight them on your multiple shows within youtube and just the the overall social media examiner show that you live on a weekly basis so let me kind of talk about some specific examples that you've seen where people have come in. They've become known I'm known for what they're doing. As a result as you mentioned the become more successful as a result. Oh my gosh. Every person you can think of that's probably on the stage David. Social Media Marketing. World has done this right. You think about somebody like Jay Bearer Mari Smith right so Mari Smith is somebody who is out there all the time talking about what's new in the world facebook as a result. She's the one people think of when they look at when they're looking for our facebook expert. She's the one that Businesses partner with and want to hire Jay Baer. He keeps writing books and he keeps doing podcasts and he keeps getting Keno Gigs and he keeps getting opportunities to moderate. You know big stages and stuff like that and he gets opportunities to build this consulting pipeline without having to build. You know without having to pay anybody to do that. Those are just is two examples that come off the top of my mind. But you're another example. John I mean. Look when you've been able to achieve over the seven years since you started entrepreneur on fire because of what you did right I mean you are a relatively unknown. You're the guy that came out of the military right and Had A prior career that not a lot of people knew about and you just burst onto the scene and as a result of you building those relationships in developing that content even though most of your content was focusing on. What's in the minds of other people? A lot of that rubbed off on you John. And as a result you're able to launch all sorts of products and services that accelerated your growth. And now you're living the dream and I would not say relatively unknown I would say completely unknown I mean I had no footprint no fingerprint. Not even a finger nail in any kind the online entrepreneurial Social Media Marketing Space Zero Zip Zilch. So that's just a perfect example fire nation of how when you're able to establish a name in a specific niche than as micro sandwich. I love you know you start getting these organic lease people start talking about you become your evangelist. You're not having to pay hand Over fist for the instagram for the FACEBOOK ACA CETERA. Select right now in the podcasting space. A lot of people are like. Hey you know thinking about starting a podcast but you know what I'm GonNa go to YouTube. Missile videos people are like well. You could do that. But there's this Guy John Lee Dumas has this completely free podcasting course freepodcastcourse.com. You should go check it out and I have so many people because we have an intake former paradise where I'd say. Hey how did you. First Harry about paradise you know. Of course all the options are ads and my journal and this and that but they say a friend told me about your free course or a friend told me to just google you and like that is such a massive way that I'm getting more leads and I'm getting more audience. And I'm getting being more revenue through courses through enroll lease unlike podcasts paradise etc so fire nation this why while michaels talking about is so super key he but where would somebody even startling if they want to become well known and they're just like how even start in the space right now. That seems so loud so so crowded. What would you tell them? First thing I would tell everyone no matter how crowded spaces there's room for you for example. Let's take the food industry. Definitely the biggest industry the world because everyone and there is a youtube channel called cooking with dog and it's literally an Asian woman with a dog and she's got one point four nine million alien subscribers and it's just her cooking with her dog and that's her unique ingle. There's an there's a podcast. There's a blog called love and lemons. And all they do is talk about food food with limits. There's a podcast focused on tastes of the past. And all they do they talk about old fashioned traditional kinds of food food so those are just a few examples to show you that no matter what you can probably find a unique angle no matter how crowded the niches because there's the biggest niche in the world is food on undoubtedly okay so beyond that. Let's get to how we do it first of all you gotta ask yourself. What is your why I think this is is perhaps one of the most important questions to ask before you get started? Why do you want to be well now? Do you want to be well known because you WANNA be famous. Because I'm here to tell you that fame does not pay the bills. Can you confirm that. Confirm you've got to have a better y than that you know. You've got to have some sort of a bigger reason. Why for me? The reason why I wanted to be well known as I wanted to make a difference in the world. I knew that if I could give away the content that others were worse basically keeping pent up inside of them and charging people for as consultants. If I could give it away in my blog in my podcast an-and and our youtube channel. I know that draw an audience to us and I knew I would just need a tiny little fragment of that huge audience to be very successful and I knew that every person that would share that content would be basically increasing the footprint of the business and I knew that ninety nine percent of the world that I touch will never become a customer customer and I was completely okay with that because I had a bigger purpose. So figure out what your wise and it's okay to have a why that I'm GonNa make money It's okay that I want to buy that Dream House. Any of those kind of things. Just have a y but fame alone isn't good enough secondly once you know what your why is. I really think it's important to do a competitive analysis. Now John. I would love to hear your thoughts when you started your podcast. was there any kind of research that went into this. There was a bunch of research that went into it because I was a podcast listener and my the biggest question that I had was. Okay what do I love about the shows that I listen to you but even more importantly what do I feel like is missing with the actual show that I'm listening to on a consistent basis right so start looking at people that quote unquote might be competitors. But don't think of them as like the Evil Empire Empire that you're out to destroy instead look at them as like marketplace justification right. There's proof that there is somebody out here talking about this writing about this creating videos about this and I want to know what is it about them that I like and what is it about them. That I don't like how could I learn from them. And and then maybe you could start researching people in other spaces that are not competition and come up with someone who you really loved. The work that they're doing for me was a guy named Andrew Goodman who was really big in Seo Space and they still might be to this day. I just loved everything about his business model and I said I want to take that and I want to do that in the social for media marketing space so after you research competition then you try to figure out what your unique point of differentiation as John. Unique point of differentiation differentiation is. Tommy John. podcasts there you go yeah everyone else was doing it weekly or maybe twice a week and John decided to do it every single day because he knew there was an audience that was in their car working in real estate or commuting or whatever that was in that car or on that train every single day and he wanted to be in front of them because has he knew that he did not need a huge audience to be in front of if he was in front of them. Every day. I would feel now in my case. My unique differentiation is that I ask questions that others are thinking again on my podcast. So I won't let my guest go deep down the trail without like if they'll say something like an acronym that my audience doesn't know I'm going to say well hold on a second and I stopped. Stop them in the tracks and my audience tells me Oh my gosh you asked exact questions that were on my mind. So that's my unique thing. Is I try to put myself in the position of my listener and try. Yeah to make sure that I that they get something by listening to me. That's just one of my unique different traders. What's your unique differentiator? Maybe you're funny. Maybe your analytical maybe you have a unique view on the your industry that nobody else has maybe you come from a different world like maybe you're an attorney who's become a chef and maybe you can bring some parallels between the world of law and the cooking. Maybe there's laws of food that we haven't even even thought about so try to figure out what your unique differentiation is. And then the last thing is to start testing your message and this is really important. John I think in the beginning I mean when you create content at the core of everything we're talking about today is to be known requires the creation of something you need to either talk on a stage age or talk on a podcast create video or you need to right so when you create that message in the beginning you have to think of. Everything is a great experiment and just like a cookie and experiment. It might not be well received the very first time so start testing your message by creating the message and then analyzing analyzing the message which we're GONNA get into in a little bit here to try to ascertain what works and what does not because my guess is John in the beginning you. We're doing things differently than you're doing now. Am I right big time. What's changed? I mean a lot of things have changed so I I was just like trying to test my message by going out there and really having a structured interview interview and really be focused on. Hey I don't have skills as a podcast is an interviewer's a host. I don't know how to guide. I know how to dig deeper so I was just trying to stay to a very structure message and I did that for five. And a half years. That was two thousand episodes daily with essentially the same six questions. But I've continued to test my message a year and a half ago. I made a big break like I said. Hey I want to switch to an audio masterclass more than a podcast. I'm GONNA be having the top experts. And their specific niche industry. Come on and give a masterclass. It's like give this actual course on specific topics so I can go real deep and just talk in a much more fluid and just really intense manner and so that's just me kind kind of continuing to test getting feedback from audience can continue to try to say okay now that my strengths have grown in these areas. How can I utilize these in a better
Man behind 'Storm Area 51' event to hold three-day 'Alienstock' music festival
"Here alien stock that is now of the festival being planned as a result of the Facebook joke that went viral Matt Roberts who lives in Bakersfield created the event paid several weeks ago calling for people to join him in storming area fifty one Kanye west who owns the little alien in Rachel Nevadas when planning nonstop to host up to thirty thousand people in her ten room motel don't know how that's going to happen September twentieth is when this is supposed to take place she says she's coordinating with the public safety people it's a top priority she's been contacted Lincoln County leaders in law enforcement the event page went viral millions of people indicated they would be willing to travel to the remote location I don't think they know where the remote location as we're not talking ten miles here John what would happen if all these people finally stormed in only found in there was alien beef jerky I call it half height I hope they bring it back out this stuff is good what can honestly be in there that that is one of the good and computer software so when you know a lot of people are taking their thinking independence day the movie night ninety so that's what they look like I mean all the respect to some of these people get a life I'm sorry this is research so alien fast with a B. live music entertainment who's headlining it why do you have to have details on all I heard alien ant for yes that's when I got there are very good band back from the nineties now they're not actually Brian might not aligned to think this could have a fire festival feel to it right we could and end up with a bunch of tents out there because of the meager accommodations that John just pointed out so Chris funny bring it up mark Weinstein from the video our first of document actually coming on our show on August twenty yes it's going to be one hundred ten degrees out there to be honest at the guys John do you really think this is gonna happen now it and a hundred people go it's gonna be gridlock because there are no roads rice we're not talking interstate fifteen there's not there's not two six lane freeway is that you would be taking up there you'd think with a name like the extraterrestrial highway will be wide enough for you a photo land are but it's not are people going to be flying in for this like people that don't live here do you think that's I mean it's incredible Hey honey I'm I'm going away for a couple days really what are you doing I'm just gonna go check out some aliens gonna storm stormed at area fifty one inch I mean it's just it's weird so you don't think it's gonna happen it's not gonna happen I think something will happen but I would be surprised if thirty thousand people showed up and that's right at the Rachel International Airport as that would be ports quality to Nelly I haven't even had become yeah which is the other issue yeah that was a joke yeah I mean I guess you could land your your little propeller plane in the desert somewhere right it be illegal but I can't and landed on the road but he cut legal you could you could try and land in the Nevada test site by the way there's a runway there have you been to that place I think it's it's it's on the way I want to say to California near prim I think it's like alien beef jerky it's really good actually they have a store dedicated teacher key with driver moderate yeah it's awesome it's awesome it's really good I would actually storm that store right rather than area fifty one because the foods I get she gets a matter that the food is actually really good I think you're right I think you could end up being a Vegas destination they write and they'll end up here and they'll be some type of festivities going on and then it'll kinda like Peter out and nothing will happen with respect to anybody going up there so you're saying nobody in the studios ever been probed by an alien or or kidnapped or any of that sort I did say that I can speak for myself inside I don't think so well John is wearing a green shirt so easily look a little alien acid yeah absolutely well Mister shapers that what you got for us today my god for you college football season and I don't have time to go up there on a Saturday we'll talk about we're Saturday left until Christ football kicks off see what he's saying you're not you when all the football fans are using your Penn state got Ranma Penn state yeah have you do you go to all the football games I've never been to even alpha before the you why I mean that's like a coke and cheer I don't know why well let's say it is actually that that's the password is saying you know the football game last night I don't know why I mean they they seem to be doing so well they won so many games the last one of yours they don't have a great history but I do think they're gonna make a bowl game this year I'm pretty confident in this you could probably add up like five or six years you one of the football that's one season of wins for Penn state yes I'd like to go to a game they're fun they're fun and I think that Tony Sanchez not to
"guy john" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Every year this guy John Mack the thing McAfee antivirus software the guided invented that it's been around for awhile anyway this guy is a multi multi multi millionaire but a weird cat is a weird god is always stories of him being on the run on the land that someone's trying to get up he's a weird cat he's a weird cat I started started early in the week he's seventy three years old I guess he's on his yacht and Dominican is in the Dominican Republic which is not necessarily a vacation spot that most people want to go to for obvious reasons nowadays and the Saudis discovered fire arms and I'm ammo on his yacht and he said that on Twitter he was released after four days could find along with five other people including his wife they took him into custody because of the ammo in the the guns a eligible what what D. of guns and ammo on your yacht what is that all about protection for from was parts you don't sell wholesale the seeds what you in the Dominican Republic sells someplace else looking for pirates to hunt maybe that's what it is he says I was well treated my superiors were friendly and helpful in spite of the circumstances we decided to move on that the British born millionaire but he's been involved in all sorts of controversial stuff he was slowed by tax authorities United States recently and told Reuters that he could help Cuba you they the American government so I think he's like one of these guys that like a jewel in a song yeah yeah he's kind of like a like a cyber hit men for hire you know you want to hack something you want to go you know living anybody creates an anti virus software a situation is gonna you know he's that guy and I think he he he looks at himself is kind of like Julia signs or some sort of a cyber James like exactly exactly so he's so he's got like one point two million followers he says it's gonna be a presidential candidate is the only crime I have is I have not filed my tax returns welcome to the club because of what I say he said I haven't filed my tax returns as a believer that even though I haven't filed them it's not a crime to the rest as propaganda by the US government to silence me my voice is the voice of dissent the five silent the center itself will end you do still he cares about you or your your voice just give me the antivirus software and shut up this is the CIA is attempted to collect this you know you see the same what he's getting into though like the CIA that they that they care about what did John McAfee is doing he's making it like a him verses the world yes the government of the he has he goes wait to see we're in the scene now and we will report more later telling his his followers yeah I will continue the service I will continue to be dark for the next few days do you let him only a he's going diaries of going dark because the CI a all open.
"guy john" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"I remember the first time I walked by Fucking Charles on Desk Guy John and I was like what is this thing called minecraft. I'm like this looks like garbage that was like what is this shit. Look so Jank okay phenomenon you now you mentioned it when we were talking about the epic looking at the next thing and how they're smashing up games doing these exclusive stuff <hes>. Where are you in? What what's the thermometer from India Devos's on what's going on with EPA game store versus steam versus? This seems like a lot of money. Get thrown around. That's I think it's really yeah. I think it's really interesting <hes> right now. Developers have to diversify you have to do it so like because of steam is very complicated. It's very complicated to sell stuff there. The visibility is not they're much right. There's just too much shit there and then like the curation is is kind of odd right now. That's changing but <hes> I think what's what's interesting. Also there's a shift in the you know the major console platforms. They're getting ready ready for the next generation that's obvious so they're going to make probably be making their announcements next year right. So what happens at the beginning of those is a lot of money is thrown around to get content because the AAA content won't be ready. It won't be ready so they need a lot of indie content sent so developers know that and they're they're trying to figure out okay so if if epic gives you a million dollars or two million dollars or something like that and that will cover what you may get on these other platforms. It's worth exclusively deal so they're they're always the desert always looking for that. <hes> looking for those types of just like the oculus deal any type of new platform that comes up. They're going to be tossing around money because they're trying to get content on their their platform to kind of build it out you know for the their investors or whoever disconnect between Gamers I know such a General Maine's whatever swath everything but at least some gamers and the realities of being have because it seems like I signed this deal with epic your fucking sell out. Why would you do like I don't want to? I don't you hear the thing worked out really well for 'EM D. H.. Mortgage Your House to make this game happened great. Does it work out forever. No no I mean I would say ninety percent..
"guy john" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"By your guy John Peters is incredible you know here's a honestly that should be the final right there you know no disrespect to the other two guys going but there's no way you can it's not that so you know Jon Kate and so very well and you know we're all very proud of her what about the reaction of the players who are jumping up and down how great was that you know is incredible you know is it the moment or is about and I as a lot of fun and I don't foresee for jogging on top I know he had a blast doing it and yes as long as things that unfortunately outcome but process there was unbelievable thank you Max back to you Ronald a junior Atlanta Braves next offering Britain's a lasting gone now here's one outwards right center that's got a chance this is like the swing and a telephone this is this with twenty one whole six good Peter alone New York Mets eleven twenty seconds to go thirteen he's got ten seconds she she can't move because he Carlos Santana so it'll be a lan.
Family of R. Kelly Girlfriend Worried About Safety
"More trouble for singer R Kelly he's now behind bars for failing to pay one hundred sixty one thousand dollars in child support. This comes hours after an explosive TV interview that has the parents have Kelly's girlfriend fearing for her safety. It was outbursts like this. During our Kelly's interview on CBS this morning. That made the parents of Joycelyn savage, grow more concerned about the well-being of their daughter is disturbing. Timothy savage said, our Kelly's interview only, reinforced his fears. You can't talk to anyone in your family. No one. If it's not me if it's not my wife's not his sisters is that normal guys, John. Jalen savage said at this point she just wants to hear from her daughter. Please know that I
Trump announces John Kelly to leave the White House
"Fox news. Richard Jordan, President Trump says White House chief of staff John Kelly will step down John Kelly will be leaving. But I don't know if I can say retiring, but he's a great guy. John kelly. We'll be leaving at the end of the year. An announcement about a replacement will be coming in
John Goodman Says Roseanne Barr Is Missed on The Conners
"Haze that man that wasn't that long ago and the country was gripped by Roseanne. Yes. And what was going to happen? And now, of course, they've got the re reboot that's premiering next week. So John Goodman's out making the rounds. And he was talking about it, and it was how heartfelt this was Jimmy Kimmel the liquor store filler. I mean, she is definitely but. After many years is like a family and last year was so miraculous. And so unreal that went it went away. It was almost like a dream, right? And I thought boy I just crashed for weeks. Wow. I believe it. I mean, they they've known each other for decades now. Yeah. You know? And they thought they were going to be going on this cool new journey. The ratings were a huge success for the reboot of Roseanne. They were like, wow, we've struck gold twice with the same series concept. Yeah. You know, you think like a band that does that? Yeah. Like to get their resurgence. And it's like man, we don't take it for granted anymore. We're just so grateful and like Aerosmith in the eighties south like that. And you got it back together. But then sometimes there is know tension or one person is a problem, and you know, Roseanne was no stranger to controversy. Yeah. There's no doubt about that. But yeah, I'm sure that he really misses her. Yeah. He had some nice things to say about her to about how she really worked with ABC to make sure that people would keep working on the show, the reread the Connors. Oh, that's cool. She gave up a lot. So that people could work. It's weird. It was very weird during the first show without a because she's my buddy of me, we just sit there, and she made me laugh and make her laugh, which is always fun because there's always a danger being yourself, Brian. When she gave a blunt for us to be able to do the show. That's cool. That's a little bit of a hostile environment to for John Goodman to be saying nice things about Roseanne. And you know, it is it is very different from some of the other co stars who have kind of have had some it seems like at least some bitterness or resentment towards Roseanne because that's what that's what the Twitter verse the Twitter mob demands right now that you have to hate Roseanne, right guy. John Goodman, who's been around the block a few times who saying no, I am not going to trash her. I mean, she did a lot of work to make sure that we could all keep doing what we love to do. Well, and you can't argue she's really helped make a lot of people a lot of money. That's very true part to be that outrageous, someone when they really padded your Bank account huge way right now, we go to Taylor
"guy john" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"He doesn't care what people. Think about him. I think he's really one of the five or six or eight most compelling figures in the NFL right now, and he's only played thirty nine. I said, I don't think he's Carson. Wentz or Andrew luck is a talent. I don't think he's Russell Wilson. Maybe not Matt Ryan, but interesting. Oh, yeah. He is a fascinating NFL player and by the way the NFL's and you know what, Colin, I think he's better than you think because I think the one thing that people don't realize him yet about him yet I covered the Browns on draft weekend and I remember Elliott wolf. You know the number two guy John Dorsey saying to me that all four of their guys watched him independently Alonzo Highsmith, Elliott Wolff. Scott McClellan, and John Dorsey Dorsey said, I want you to watch all the quarterbacks independently and then come back and report to me middle of February. They all watched all of the games of all the quarterbacks. Every one of them had may feel first. And the biggest reason is has nothing to do with high. Leadership, any of that stuff. Every one of them thought this guy really throws a good deep ball. And if you play in Cleveland, you're going to need a strong arm. That's the one thing that has been totally underestimated not the gumption hasn't been the guts, the leadership, all that stuff. Everybody knows that about Mayfield, but this guy, I don't care that he's six feet tall. He can throw the ball downfield in the in the top twelve or fifteen quarterbacks in football. Right now said this a couple of days ago, his arm strength has been a little bit of a shocker to me. He's got real zip on the ball right now. It's a better arm than darnold who's a bigger athlete. Okay. So for years and years, Bella checks, worst month has been September and he kind of sees the September sometimes a little bit of an extension of the third preseason game. He tweaks, he teaches, he's a mentor. I get it, but I gotta tell you, I, I'm watching that Rams Vikings game last night, and I'm like. Brady had to watch that thing and the guy got Chris HOGAN over here quarter l. Patterson and I'm watching that auto show last night with Maserati if they lose to Miami. Okay, I gotta tell you Peter. It does feel different. It does. If they, if Miami goes in there and beats them, it kind of feels like the dynasty. It's in San Antonio when Dunkin retired. They're still good incompetent, but they're not the same. I kind of think this weekend tells us a ton about New England going forward. Your thoughts. I think it does, but barring thirty eight, nothing loss. I'm not gonna still. I'm not shoveling dirt on this team. I've seen too many times laid in seasons. There's no coach and no team that improves from September to December as much as the patriots. And so that's why I say, you know, let's wait and see what happens. Let's say at the trading deadline. What if who knows what? If the Packers fall out of it and they get Randall Cobb, what if the lions fall out of it and they get golden Tate? And I'm just pulling those names out of a hat to marry his Thomas. Who knows? But what if they go out and get a receiver at the trading deadline and Josh Gordon is still standing? I mean, who knows? But I will say this, here's what feels a little bit different every year. The patriots have basically let high paid, you know, especially offensive players go, yes, this. A year it was. It was it was, you know, Brandin cooks and the reason why that is particularly noticeable this year is that there really isn't anybody behind him to take his place. That's right. Chris, HOGAN and Julian Edelman when he comes back, they are intermediate slot type receivers, Brandin cooks last year accounted for forty, three percent of all of Tom Brady's throws more than twenty yards down the Dow half, Tom Brady's deep balls are gone. Yeah, they're gone and they have not been replaced. That's a great show. I blame Bella chick. I blame Bella chick for basically saying auto worry, we'll get it fixed. We'll figure it out and he always does. So we always say, I think he's going to do it and maybe he will. But Colin, you're right in sort of sounding the clarion call..
"guy john" Discussed on Overdue
"Them shine like silver. This guy, John Germain who does silver, so I will. So we've talked, we've we've talked about after Forbes, we've yell about the government, and I think that actually like what I remember about the story of this book because I don't think I was assigned to read it. I think I probably fell asleep when we watch the movie in elementary school. Never even knew. There wasn't two days. Walt Disney's daughter is in it for a hot second. But I mostly knew that this was a book about a kid who's hand got messed up and that it was set in the seventeen hundreds. I did not remember the like that there was a revolutionary war fan Fiqh element going on. That's like the thing. I thought it was mostly about like a sad apprentice boy. Got his ruined. So Andrew, would you like to correct the record at the top of the book for me? Tell me what who this boy is. I think Natasha should do it because I just talked a whole lot. That's fair. That's fair. Self conscious about. You know what? I'm really happy to introduce him because I feel so deeply that Johnny Tremain is one hundred percent correct to be is horribly prideful ooh, as he is that I resent what happens to him bright up until the end of this book. And I do not forgive us for doing this. No. Flicked this book on Johnny Tremain. Interesting, because. Right? He's at her mercy, and this is what you do come on, but I remembered it differently in my from reading it as a kid. I thought that what happened to Johnny's hand happened because completely because of what does does his little practical joke and it turns out that's not exactly true. So I had to rethink some of how I felt about this. But Johnny Tremain is an apprentice in the lappam's is that we want to. In the lapham silversmith shop. And Mr. lapham is really talented but aging and not keeping up with things the way that he used to. In the gym. Putting handsome. Oh, god. But he is he has three Apprentice Boys which we find out later as kind of like not necessary. He really doesn't need three jobs, but he does have them and Johnny is by far the most talented out of the three. He's he is the whole package. This is why I got so mad. It's not just that he's talented also a good manager where he's on people and knows what needs doing. He's checking the inventory of cold. We need more cold. We need to order more when there's an order being placed. He's in the background, low key writing it down because he knows Mr...
Your exhaustive guide to the Sean Hannity and Jimmy Kimmel war
"Ended that jimmy kimmel would have made a joke about malania trump's accent and then basically to go after jimmy kimmel dug up twenty year old clips from the man show as if that was the first time he's aware that jimmy kimmel done that i guess meanwhile it doesn't seem to bother sean hannity that donald trump has best friend has face all kinds of actual accusations of nonconsensual stuff but regardless to we think that getting into the mud with with the snit klis sleazebag is going to help or hurt jimmy kimmel i think it helps i guess if feels like a lot of the sort of late night hosts are have a backbone in are fighting against some of the things that anger them this year you know we're we're already talking about doing a piece where we just kind of talk about what fights each of them has gone into in the past year you know and i think it's sort of shows a bravery that maybe we haven't had to see before for me i think it helps but you know i don't know maybe maybe there is such a thing as bad publicity when it comes to the end jimmy eventually did sort of take the bigger stance in apologize about the milania thing i don't think sean hannity has it in him to do anything like that himself but i think to the point about whether it makes any difference i will just say that we've talked a lot about this and written about it that in the year before trump's election jimmy fallon was the hottest thing in late night and culbert was basically considered dead and then things suddenly got political win of his leave for a lot of people when trump won and the guy who ruffled trump's hair was not even nominated and the guy who was you know in a politically smart ways taking him on ended up making a massive comeback ultimately losing another political guy john olver but i maybe the takeaway is that people do want some social commentary social positions in their in their late night host even if it's not on the air with which is of course the case here with with kemmel h.
"guy john" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Well first of all the idea is no bomb guy but he's universally michael horowitz is universally respected the republicans respect into just because bomb appointed him doesn't mean he's corrupt so i think that was unfair but he says why not us justice department lawyers but that was the story yesterday that is exactly what jeff sessions done jeff jeff sessions has not only put the i g in charge of investigating this fis abuse he also announced yesterday that he's got this guy john huber the us attorney in utah just like trump wanted he's got this guy leading the investigation and and huber is also an obama appointee but he was reappointed by mike lee who is a rock ribbed utah conservative so he should have he should have the confidence in both parties as well so this is something that really is happening and they said it like oh he's not going to here's here's jeffrey toobin jeffrey toobin is cnn legal adviser legal commentators and the fact that he is cnn is the only adjective to know you need to know what i think of him and what i think of his opinion so here he is basically dismissing this entire idea which i think republicans have come very close to proving dismissing this idea that there was five five of us no as far as i could tell most of the accusations against the f b i r lunatic conspiracy theories just not grounded in anything and and i think the attorney general did an appropriate thing here giving you know giving this to the inspector general that's why we have inspector general's but i expect there will be nothing found here and i think sessions did the right thing you usually asking a utah's top federal prosecutor john huber to begin an investigation an internal investigation as well what do you think about that.
"guy john" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Supermodel wife it's is our shocks gee wiz too good to be true media persona am i right about that that's all i hear on this show i even here about avocado ice cream and a boots right that's what i hear on this show and just just for the record just just a couple of the mark's that he's already set and he's about to play in his eighth super bowl just look at this he has twenty seven postseason winds already gets his second on that list montana with sixteen twenty seven to sixteen that second secondplace number one postseason passing yards second on the list is peyton manning tom brady is two thousand three hundred in eighty two yards ahead of secondplaced peyton manning on that list extraordinary number one in completions over secondplaced peyton manning by two hundred and 43 he's completed two hundred forty three more postseason passes than peyton manning ever did game winning drives he has eleven next on the list is your guy john elway with five 'extraordinary eight four horta combined winning drives have resulted in throwing a touchdown is that what that is i don't know exactly i know because they can't be it must be about field goals yeah okay well let's now with that wins the game is that count no accounts us richard see what have you there now that cows because tom brady live i had a military due to job gostkowski did a job but rate alex hitting a 3point shot in the corner that was a result rate was supposed to be handing out awards at the time we'll getting what are you mentioned talking about wasn't as job it was his toll job he save lebron's legacy with that shot in the clutch.
"guy john" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Uh is it was yesterday told the the guy john bigger guy played with on my team headed missing pinkie there are others you had to have that one kinnear school that had the missing finger with the story behind it always painful was ever like oh what happened your finger while i fell asleep and an elf stole it it's never that was always i've wearing a ring and i hopt the fence and it's like oh well how else is it gonna there is no worse than we russe hall there is no story worth thirteen year old has their finger remove then hands with my dad thought my right hand was heavy so we we went in one of the family hand surgeon a yeah there is it it's always something the volvo lawnmower sprinkler head or ten speed as exists chip like it's going cruise missiles thumb of course of course of against guess who asked him out right islam yeah right i was at the bar the first night in oregon out that sounds very go motorcycle issue arcade though in my point is this when we're playing that team at the last game of the year when i a and eleven grade and that's when a coach had we're going to lose and michael owed him screamed were going of went down by at some point at the end of the game john bigger was playing defense of and did one of those court eight did one of those things were they were setting up a screen in the quarterback was backpedalling any through the screen and barrett like tipped it to himself god it deepen their backfield and like took it to the house and we were down like twenty one forty seven at the time like four minutes of the game and they threw a flag on one of our debate these for like at the illegal blockade after he picked it off like way back on the other side of the field and i remember being like sixteen going it the guy was nowhere near that and we're getting karaj in this guy all he had was when john picked the ball off thirty yards away.
"guy john" Discussed on The Full 48
"La or majet that young guy john newcombe in and play for the lakers and he's a habit wear number eight or number twenty four just because they did retired boats yeah that would not be a good thing that's a great so i'll take it was the safest to do both my my vote will probably be 24 uh i think that 24 steal equals eight because you've got the twotimes for you know kind of thing but i think that i think the koby's the balance between himself as a player who he was as a man it is as a man you know how to win championships as the the focal point of the team is cetera like twenty four is possible because of eight so i just up soft ally 24 was like that was the complete comprehensive total package like eight was like the young brash like you know he didn't understand a lot maybe at aegis was gone out there just killing it just on what he knew bush forty four was like did best at guide at we kinda came to love instilled appreciate it tires of the way he was it in you know interviewed and talk to report like everything about him to be discontinued grow over time it i think twenty four was like it just summed it all up yeah nuts interesting and i think a lot of people share your opinion that even if they were fans of his from the beginning and and and and road with him through all those years the 24 was like the fully realized kobe bryant and eight was as you point out the guy who's kind of finding his way developing i i you know in whom we had this debate internally here and and we we wrote about it for for bleach report i took the side of eight obviously personal bias those are the here's that i covered he went to 24 off after i left for new york but i feel like everything we know about cobi is is rooted in those years the like that i think that that evolution that he had from 96 stove five six whenever change numbers.
"guy john" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"Who would sean i don't know i know him what does he from i get him confused with the data from the goldberg's oh that's a good guy john problem is a chef in that movie about the truck right what's that movie called treat all gas i love john babrow i'll take it as a compliment great the aren't they confirm the role and her facebook account in a post second team the rest and the voice of the cast which also revealed that keegan michael key we'll be playing a hina named kemari is that a new character on them variety first reported that beyond they had the offer for the role earlier this year and now looks like the deal has closed the starstudded voice cast also includes donald glover assembled love it james earl jones has mustafa you need to see a picture of him to know who he is reprising his real from the 1994 original chiwetel ejiofor she we tell edgy or four okay how do you know that i saw him speak somewhere once and his name like struck me so much now i remember cheetos flags scar alfie woodard love her nesir has eyes and i would tell is twenty there's a slave he's a me this is an amazing but there there are some weird throw a pretty woodward john fabbro was pee on fridays guarding yes the alfie woodard i love her i said ms mother sarobi this one's a little bit of a curveball john oliver as abu which actually makes a lot of sense hsa didn't realize he was doing animation knows the annoying parrot that works for the family dover and he always takes symbol like an is his babysitter he's easily som is easier and if you'd like john oliver is our response of grebien john kenny as rafiki probably need to see a picture of him to i don't know who that is florence kasuma as shansie okay eric andre as as easy good staff.
"guy john" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"I think it very well maybe man you know 'cause we went through its whole election cycle sing repeal and replace obamacare and i just didn't think it was going to happen is as well you know i'm not in any bombing they don't want people here's that they learn around saying look at aloma this happens with every president no matter what the political affiliation is the other side of the house will make it virtually impossible for them to get anything done we vote these people into office to see change but in this in this case actually it's even their own side of the aisle because not only incredible republicans are all been saying that we all done with abraham a crash that you still nia a democrat sure acid that's going to be in pod you know you've as a guy john marine but then you also have like rand paul is against it for other reasons i and i get why his reasons because he articulated them you will rand paul said that i thought was really interesting was actually an event that andrew welco i am see it and i didn't hear all his stances on all this stuff but he he gave a speech saying that what he would do about obamacare he goes you know how many people in the audience are members of the nra why can't you as a member of the nra why can't we buyer health insurance through them and they can negotiate with us as a group why is that not legal and i agree if you're going to list its yet if you're part of of a group of citizens of millions of citizens and you want to buy your healthcare through them and they can negotiate a company that that's the way and as a capitalist i'm all for that is just like a corporation why not there and if they set in place then.