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"hello hugh" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

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"hello hugh" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Just a personality, but I am a people person. I'm upheaval placing. And I love to talk to people. I talk to people, as you know, I've told you, in elevators, anywhere. And so I love to ask people about their work. One 8th prager 7 7 6 which translates digitally into. Translates digitally into. 8 7 7 two 7 6 8 7 7 two four three this is the official one unless what? Yes. Oh, really? He prefers. My producer prefers this to, oh, I see. Well, they both good. I don't know if I have a preference. Isn't there even a third? There are several. No, no, no, I understand that. I understand, but there's no reason not to use them. So dear Francesca Morris, who was volunteered her time to work on this Labor Day along with the inimitable, the ineffable, the inexpressible, the in duplicate, Sean McConnell, who stayed dispelled. Don't seem your double in need of a little that was composed by yours truly incidentally. There are areas where I just don't like to boast. But that is one I am really proud of. That is the only piece of music I have ever composed. I didn't orchestrated, I am seeing it, but I composed it. So what do you do for a living, it's Labor Day and it's an appropriate question to ask, and I have a lot of fun. So do you. You listening. And it is, among other things, you will see an ode to America. Because unless crushed, the spirit of people, and this would be true anywhere. It's a values issue. It's not a DNA issue. There's no American DNA. And so unless crushed, which is what happens in the vast majority of the countries of the world, people just will do whatever they do. All right, so let's begin with ambler Pennsylvania and Hugh. Hello Hugh Dennis prager. Welcome on Labor Day. And I'm very thrilled that I'm number one on the list today. Thank you. Well done, that is something that is something. But I was just going to I work in a grocery store, okay? A supermarket, if you will, I work for whole foods, markets. And I work in the store in North Wales, Pennsylvania. Right, I'll say hello when I'm in Philly. Oh, very good. I know you come here often. Yep. And I'm a baker. I work as a baker there. I go in early in the morning. What time? I usually get there around four 30 a.m. go on and wait. So whole foods, which I've been to many times, but I didn't realize so the bakery bakes what? Well, we do actual scratch baking in the bakery. We take items. We don't just open boxes and bake the stuff. It's made from scratch. And watch the stuff you bake. Breads? Well, we do breads, but mostly we do cakes and pastries and what you would find in a neighborhood retail bakery. I thought, maybe I have it confused with another store chain, but doesn't whole foods tend all right, they do sell things with sugar. They don't sell things without official sugar. Exactly. That's it. Yes. But the nice thing about me on the fourth generation baker. Wow. Okay, I'm 59 years old, so I've been doing this since I was ten years old with my father. And what the nice thing is about working with whole foods is the ingredients I get to work with. Like we use only real butter. We don't use any of the artificial shortenings or anything. It's all really good. Let alone God forbid margarine. I've got two, two, two. So that's one of the nice things about it, but I know like little retail bakeries, they can't afford to use ingredients like that. But at Whole Foods we can and we still do, and that's why people say, well,.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Well, that's good to know for parents out there. Sunny last question in terms of blockbuster. There's some trailers down the road that we saw in Thor and they pay a lot for those trailers. Is there anything you are waiting on the edge of your seat to see? Well, I don't know about blockbusters, but I do really like the trailer for Amsterdam. Did you get that? Well, that was not attached. No. Yeah, so Amsterdam is the new movie from the director of silver linings playbook and American hustle. Gars Christian Bale. It looks a little bit like a Coen brothers movie. It's not a Coen brothers movie, but it looks a little bit like Ellen brothers movie. And I liked Coen brothers. So I'm looking forward to that. But now it's that there's a dry stretch here probably we are we are going to be hitting post the first weekend of August when bullet train comes out the movie with Brad Pitt. I saw that trailer. I'm kind of looking forward to that. Haven't you seen that trailer 20 times? I've seen that trailer 20 times. Well, we see all the trailers 20 times now because there are so many fewer movies. There's only one big release every two weeks now, which I think is actually smart. I mean, I think Hollywood should get back to instead of a tent pole every week, a tent pole every three weeks and then a little bit smaller movies in the interregnum, but I digress. I want to finish by going back to Elvis. I have made the recommendation to a number of people that they go see Elvis. It divides on a demographic line that's fairly significant. If you're under 50, you're not going to you're not attracted to that movie if you're over 50. Even any kind of distant intimation of Elvis in your life, you will enjoy it greatly. What's been the overall grade on Elvis? Are people like it? It's gotten solid. I think a minus or cinema score, which is solid. Critics, critics are pretty positive on it. And you're right. It's definitely attracting an older audience. I mean, if you look at the numbers, if you look at the demographic breakdown, I think the second and third weekend or the second weekend, I think, was older than the first weekend was in terms of older audiences. And it's also attracting women. So it's attracting older women, which has been a demographic that has been loath to come back to movie theaters. And it's doing very well for itself, and it's going to cross a $100 billion this weekend. Tom Hanks can still carry a movie. And Elvis, of course, Sonny bunch, follow him on Twitter at sunny bunch, he earned his airline miles this week and of course the bulwark goes to the movie as one podcast across the movie aisle is another podcast. They are both worth listening to if you're a movie aficionado. Thank you. Sunny bunch. Welcome back, America, you at time for the poet laureate of the Hugh Hewitt show tarzana Joe. Hello, Joe. Hello Hugh. You know the last two weeks have been a little unusual for me. I hear echoes of something that I can't just put my finger on it. But I've tried to. The market is in tatters and everyone's obsessing. But the media is telling us inflation is a blessing. The post and times in chorus have been singing the same song. They say the cost of living has been far too low too long. Editorial opinion, every comment, every letter, all are in agreement that recessions even better. Biden has a program and the reason he began it is he knows that rising prices are a way to save the planet. And if you're in agreement, well, it's time to do your part. Go visit a museum, glue yourself to works of art. The earth has been exploited. Time to lighten up the load. So we better tell the farmers, hey, start learning how to code. If you're feeling cold this winter, why not rule up in your rugs? And if you're getting hungry, here's a burger made of bugs. The streets are filled with garbage, violent criminals are lurking, but they say that their statistics indicate reforms are working as a fight in Central Europe. Have you seen the latest meme go to TikTok and they'll tell you that's just letting off some steam. Well, at least we have some comfort from The White House press release where they tell us pain is pleasure and that war, of course, is peace. That's echoes of something by Joe. It's echoes of 1978. Joe, what year did you graduate from demon deacon, Lin? 79. And by the way, a demon deacon had a great first round in the British open. Well, I'm glad to hear that. But you came out. I was on special report on Wednesday night. And I pointed out I got out when inflation was 7.6. You got out when inflation was 11.3. And then we were both early in our careers when inflation went to 13.5. Aren't those the good old days, Joe? I guess you looked at me and you said, I'll never own anything. I'll never want to think hard. I'm going to have a half grilled cheese tonight. I'm telling you, this can not go on, but Tarzan and Joe goes on and on. He's the energizer bunny of poetry and you can reach him at tarzana Joe at Reagan dot com for all your poetry needs rates are reasonable poems are wonderful. This will be posted. It turns out Joe dot com, if it's working, is it working, Joe? Absolutely. Back on the beam. Back on the beam turns in a Joe dot com, but the people who need poetry write to Joe. He hasn't raised his rates 9.1% in over a week. No, I'm holding a line..

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"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"1172. Join now by the poet laureate of the Hugh Hewitt show Tarzan and Joe hello, Joe. Hello, Hugh on some reflection on this month's issues. Before mankind had learned to dance or even sing a tomb, we've mapped the months by measuring the phases of the moon, and as the year progresses and contingencies were planned for, the names of moss became bound up in all the things they stand for. April is the month that has been designated greed. That's when we pay the IRS more money than they need. I gather all my paperwork and when I do the math, I find that April also is the month we honor wrath. November stands for gluttony. Oh, how the world is bleak and when we all eat incessantly across a four day weekend. August is the month for sloth. Warm weariness profound and something that we poets pursue the whole year round. December is the month new car commercials pay a visit. We see those giant bows and the envy is exquisite. I live in I live, I wouldn't think of being rude. Gracious coexistence is a goal to be pursued. Name a month for leadership or name it for success. Name it for affection. I think we'd all say yes. But now I understand how the apocalypse begins. When we name our months in honor of the 7 deadly sins. That's what goeth before a fall. Like tarzana Joe. Isn't January the month of success, Joe? I used to live near a town called Lake success. And I thought, I only moved to Lake success Long Island. I would really be a winner, but never could afford it. There is a Lake success in Long Island. Lake success Long Island, a planned community. I think like Irvine. Well, I just think Lake success and Irvine and rustin have very planned community. Joe, thank you. That will be available tarzana Joe dot com. Are you open for business in.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Debuted 20 years ago as of yesterday, I think Thursday. He is back with a new show and it was very funny. He said something on Twitter like, I don't want anyone to get alarmed, but we own the city is very much about how the drug war is bad. I was like, okay, so it's in line with everything else that you've done. This is very much in keeping with the rest of your work. But it's very good. It's kind of interestingly structured in terms of how the timelines of it work. It basically follows the it follows a corruption investigation into Baltimore city cops that took place a few years back. But it also, it starts 15 years before that back in 2002 and follows characters played by John bernthal as he rises up through the Baltimore city ranks and kind of. Okay, that's on my list. We own this. Now, have you heard about industry set in the city for London, the financial sector? That got recognized. I don't know this one. Well, I'll start with we own the city. How many episodes are there in we own the city? It's only 6, if only 6 episodes, an hour each. So it's only 6 hours, as far as the TV shows go, it's pretty, it's pretty quick. And it is one that actually I'm opposed to the binging model generally, but the way, again, that this show is structured just in terms of timelines and kind of overlapping stories and trying to keep track of what's what. I think it actually helps to watch three episodes that are whack. HBO Max. It's on HBO Max on HBO. Sunny bunch, I want to thank you and remind people that Sonny has two podcasts, the movie aisle, and the bulwark goes to the movie. You ought to be following sunny at the easy to remember Sonny bunch and it's why, not sunny bunch. And he'll be back next week to tell us about Jurassic. Are you going to go see Jurassic Park this week? I am not sure. I may have to take next week off as my wife is going to be out of town next week and getting to the theaters with two children. Not possible. We'll see. Quick question for you. Do you like the trailers? Yeah, I mean, I like these movies, mostly. So do I find it? I mean, I don't know. They're okay. I like Chris Pratt, and I like diced their 5 of them, I think. There are 5 yes, there are 5 Jurassic movies. There's the three dress parks announced now three Jurassic World. So this will be number 6. All right. Franchise, the franchise. Thank you, sunny bunch. I want to remind you that our sponsor is Andrew and Todd dot com. There was Sierra Pacific. They lend you money to refinance your house or buy a home or help your son or daughter become investors in real estate by becoming a non occupying co borrower. They help senior citizens with reverse mortgage. They help veterans with no money down mortgages. They help you refinance. So if you need to get money out of your house or you need a whole new house, go to Andrew and Todd dot com or call them a triple-A triple-A 1172. Join down by the poet laureate of the Hugh Hewitt show. Good morning Joe. Hello, Hugh. Well, it's interesting week hard to explain hard to understand, but we give it a try. It's said that in November, the left won't know what hit them. It seems that they lack common sense with them. But in a wicked world like ours were common senses lacking, it's going to take a whole lot more to send incumbents backing. For as I work to pen my poem to meet this morning's deadline, I could see only senselessness in each and every headline. A man in midst of lying and lying is a crime and though the reasons crystal clear he won't do any time. The courts in California have served us up this dish for purposes of climate of B is now a fish. Gases on affordable. Our policies to blame to mitigate the problem we'll just do more of the same. One in four are short we're headed in the wrong direction, but no one in The White House sees the need for course correction. It's crisis after crisis and that is the crises mount. We seem to lack the will to hold our leaders to account. So if you like the way things run and go right on doing what you've done, if you want our world improving, get on up and go get moving. That's common.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Fast. I'll be right back, America's stay tuned. Join now by the poet lorina do you hear a show? Hello, Joe. Hello, Hugh. I have a little Christmas tale for you this week. It was grandpa's final Christmas. He had his favorite chair. I saw him try to smile, but it was more a weakened stare. Grandpa was a handyman. There's nothing he couldn't fix. He loved his German Shepherd dogs. I think that he had 6. But age and sensibility at last have had their say and he couldn't get a 7th when the last prince passed away. The first one was as white as snow. His nose was long and pink, his scowl had the power to have made Jack London blink. What kind of present can you give this question bears repeating to a life that's at its limit and adjust that's barely beating? And what are presents anyway of what are they a part of a something for your closet or something for your heart? Well, my sister had the answer. There, I finally said it. She's such a lovely person, but I rarely give her credit. The look upon his face, I haven't seen before or since when he opened up that figurine which looked so much like prince. A picture in my memory, I will forever see his best friend was alive again. Oh yes, so was he? It was such a magic moment. I hope that you all live one. I hope you get a gift like that. I hope you get to give one. That's grandpa's presence by tarzana Joe. That's grand, Joe. I only heard half of it because after you mentioned prince, I thought of my grandfather's dog Bruno. Yeah, like 7 dogs. They were all Bruno. They just kept naming them Bruno. And so it was very easy on the grandkids, but you're right. That is magnificent, and it was your sister's present idea. I want to give a credit. No, I take no credit. I actually have to, for all the goods. I want everyone to go find that. It turns out Joe dot com. That's the best ad for the tarzana Joe poetry writing business you've ever given, Joe. Oh, well, thank you. But next week, there may be even a better one. Well, this one can be red. It turns out that Joe dot com and if you want to order up one, go to tarzana joint Reagan dot com and send him a missive grandpa's present will be hard to duplicate though. Joe, well done. Thank you. Welcome back America. You do it. Josh mandel former state treasurer in Ohio is running for Senate in Ohio. His Twitter account is Josh mandel, Ohio. Good morning, Josh, how are you? Good morning, you doing well. Do I recall correctly you're a marine in Afghanistan? I did two tours in Iraq. Okay. So this is still an irrelevant question, but I knew you did two tours. I thought one was in Afghanistan. This morning at The Wall Street Journal, it's reported that more than 60,000 Afghan interpreters and others who have applied for visas to seek shelter have been left behind a total of 62,000 Afghans are believed to have been left behind the State Department official said your reaction Josh mandel. Well, the Biden administration has sent a message to every country on this planet. And every person in that country that America, unfortunately, at least under a Biden type administration is not one is not one that can be trusted as a partner. And it's said that we left all these interpreters who went out there and risked their lives with marines and soldiers doing patrols left and behind. And he when I was in the Marine Corps, we used this system called the bat system. Biometric system where we would scan the iris eyeballs and the faces, facial recognition of the we call mims military age males. So whether they were friends or foes, we'd scan them would be out in patrols or new checkpoints. And then a big database. In addition to Biden leaving all the salt weapons and humvees and night vision goggles and helicopters behind, he also left behind that database view. And it's now in the hands of the Taliban. And so the Taliban is literally using that database as a kill list to go hunt down the very exact interpreters you're mentioning and anyone else who helped Americans. I mean, it is, I think Joe Biden will go down as one of not the worst commanders in chief of the U.S. Military in American history..

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"hello hugh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We finally made it fourth weekend of October fame third Saturday in October has gone the fourth is tomorrow in Tuscaloosa, but they don't really care about that here. We're in the grove. And we are ready to roll as old miss having one of its best seasons in a long time. Lane kiffin will be here in just a few minutes and it's great to have all of you with us for the next couple of hours. LSU and all this offenses come ready to play in the high scoring afternoon. That is tomorrow afternoon. It is the featured game in the SEC and the two coaches are ready. Mike Carell will top players in the country. It's very fast. I can run the football through the football to think about you can see my career. He played with his heart. He played with character. And he's very tough. He's not very good shape. It hasn't been for the last two days. So you guys know how we are on injuries, hopefully he'll play, but I do not feel good about that right now. Obviously we don't want our quarterback Brian 30 times running off our core vaccine and play this week. So my running backs need to step up. We just started studying old myths. I've been looking at my Carell all morning, and we expect an end to play, but we're going to study a second team quarterback, but Nolan Matt and no one goes when he's kind of throwing me a smokescreen. She always has great players. You know, they put it together in the run game last week, and I saw the back running people over, they look like Leonard fournette. You know, so that's a challenge, obviously. So the battle of wits between coach kiffin and Ed O and we will talk to lane kiffin in a few minutes and obviously that's a question that we are going to ask about the health of Matt chorale. Meanwhile, what about the health? Of hooker in the Tennessee Alabama game, Tennessee, hinden hooker's health, looking better, according to the coaches and look according to people familiar with that program. They absolutely need him without hooker, their chances of beating Alabama are none. Their chances of being in Alabama with him are slim. I think the rivalry between Tennessee and Alabama is, you know, one of the old great rivalries in college football goes way back. I know it means a lot to a lot of people. You know, in our state, certainly means a lot to me and hopefully we'll get that translated to our team. Josh I was on a really good job at Tennessee, their team is playing really well. They're explosive on offense. They make a lot of big plays. They run the ball very effectively. First of all, you got great personnel. It starts there. You know, their ability to be different and I say that meaning apply pressure with pressure. And some of that being simulated with a drop in ends, their ability to get pressure with the front four. Their ability to fit the fit the run game and apply it at a really high level. You put all that together. They've been difficult to move football. So quite a lot to do with this weekend. It is a weekend where a number of schools have buy weeks, nationally easily the weakest group of games that we've seen all year in the SEC. We've obviously talked about the two big games, the one here. And over in Tuscaloosa, where else will we go this afternoon? We have a big grass as we always do. We'll start with light, Kevin, he'll join us in just a few minutes right here. And then Katie George from Tuscaloosa. On the call for the Alabama game. Wright Thompson to poet laureate of the SEC he'll join us. He's an Oxford native Tebow, Roman Harper, Jordan, that's a pretty good combination of great SEC players there, Laura will drop by Marty. The athletic director and the man who hired coach kiffin Keith Carter will join us in the final hour as Chris storing and your phone calls at 8 5 5 two four two 7 two 8 5. We'll try to squeeze the calls in between guests and we have a little bit of time to do that right now. Hugh starts it off in deep gap North Carolina. Hello Hugh, good afternoon. A couple of quick things. My good pal, Charlie Horton was a running back at Vanderbilt in the mid 50s, and he was one of the most prominent officials in the southeastern conference for almost 30 years. And I asked him after a very poor officiated bowl game that Kentucky was in with northwestern about why the southeastern conference officials were so much better. And he's been retired 25 years. He's 86 years old. He still is at his playing late, and he walks with a push card 18 holes, Paul. He makes me feel ashamed. He told me the following. He said that every official needs to pass a physical exam and a stress test before they are allowed to officiate with any team in the conference. He said that the southeastern conference drills the mechanics of where you supposed to be and how you move to try to ensure that every official has at least a fighting chance to see the play as it develops. I think Charlie probably nailed that. These guys are human. They're not perfect, but I think that southeastern conference officials are the best that I've seen of any of the college officiating. I got one quick question for you. I think that at this point, there are three teams in the southeastern conference that have one loss and plus Georgia's undefeated. After watching what Georgia's front 7 did to Kentucky's offensive line, I'm convinced that's the best front defensive 7. I've seen since Doug gets played for Tennessee in the 50s. I don't think Alabama has a prayer against him. And here's my question to you. How many one last teams will there be in the southeastern conference at the end of the season and after the championship game? Right now there's old miss Kentucky and Alabama. Yeah, I think there could be I think Kentucky has a chance. I think they do not belong in the playoffs. Christmas Day. Give him a good new year's bowl and I'll be a happy camper. But George just showed me that they're not in that league right now. And for the record, Paul, floated and have a chance. Then oh boy, the reason Kentucky went with short passes is because when you've got three seconds to get rid of the ball before the defense hits you alive, you don't have the time to develop long plays. And that's just the truth of it. That Georgia defense is for real. It's the best I've seen since the mid 50s. Thank you very much. Great to hear from you. John and Louisville, you're on the air hello John, go ahead. God, I wish I had used voice. Anyways, I love Fridays. I'd love to see these campuses and I love you on Sunday too. Do you ever take a day off? Listen, the football season is short, John. There's plenty of time to luxury around the pool. Well, here's Mike Tommen and request a Mike Griffith and question for laying kiffin. The usual Mike Griff is in fact, I'll agree with Jimmy is somewhat of a drama queen. But he spent I don't know how many minutes building up Florida then he tears him down. Then he takes his usual cheap shots at other coaches like Jimbo and lane kiffin. But laying out breadcrumbs back 11 years to the cost and excuse for the fan insurrection, so to speak, it was just off the charts..

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"hello hugh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Who's up next in texas Good afternoon jake paul. First-time caller man been with you since the inception of the network. Thanks thanks team. Paul for taking my call Three things if i if i have time one shout out to my man matt Don't know matt. He loves his team's. I love matt If he needs any dating advice. I'm for peace from san antonio but I could write a trilogy. Toma volumes on the good the bad and the ugly and i'm willing to share my body and knowledge with him anytime number. Two penn state over auburn hundred five rabid fans. Incredible environment this permit third generation texas. Aggie that was an incredible environment. Auburn would have beaten them in a walmart. Parking lot and west. Virginia forced to think that had penn state beaten vanderbilt on the same night in the same environment. They'd be number five right now. It's an homage to the seat Number three. I want you guys to watch my fighting texas aggie defense this saturday. I want you to. You got to do there in the we go back and watch that second half against colorado. This defense is real. I know we're living in the age. Where defense don't matter. But i'm thinking that I'm thinking it's still does. And paul appreciate you taking my call. I'm a big fan man. I watch as many times as i can. I'm listening to you on sirius channel. Eighty one when. I'm not in front of the tv. Well jake thank you. That's great that's great to hear you call back again. Thank you appreciate it. Yes sir us one of my favorite phrases randy. I'm a for peace texas Description or southern. Like we need to reinvent the the the language jerry is in kentucky where there are a lot of for pieces between hollers. Hello jerry paypal. How you doing. We're doing well. Thank you good longtime listener first-time caller great show Here in kentucky. We are on all my friends. What your show Ran down the columbia on saturday Hope to make. Sec nation see. They're just wanted to get your thoughts on this Jecklin hod kentucky team Up here we can't figure them out. I mean they come out and play pretty good against louisiana monroe and then You know they beat missouri probably not a lot better with the turnovers. Then come out absolutely you know. Give a stinker against ut chatanooga I've been down to south carolina. Before like i said we'll going again. It's a crazy atmosphere down. There goes a little bit worried. They've got some playmakers. I'll put shane beamer. Doing down there. just wanted to give your thoughts on your thoughts on stoops's team and what you think i know you gotta give the pick on fcc nations. I will pressure you too much but what you think of that. Game and What's kentucky gotta do to come out for all and i think sometimes Keeping teams getting teams to play the those terrible opponents difficult. A great coach once told me that he said you. We're lucky if we can get our teams up four times a year and i'm not making excuses for mark stoops. I always wonder. Why is it so difficult because you only play twelve games but i. I think you're dealing with players. Nowadays are so plugged into what they here. And you and i both know. Nobody cared about the chattanooga game. And it's just hard to you know sitting here network you know you're trying to pay attention to all the different games with games. We just and that's one of them. You just go you go. You go past as fast as you can and i think that trickles down. I think the players here that They know nobody really cares. I know they just have to go out there and and do the bare minimum players. Look those games. I mean i have friends who are defensive. Players who say they love those games because they can pad their stats. But you know you can probably do that whether You know everybody is is on the same page or not. And i i think coaches to play the play the vanilla game where they they don't they don't wanna give anything away and the players know that y- you know you've got a big game the following week and then you've got florida coming up so you just literally you go through the motions. And i i. I used to do that sometimes. Where we'd be someplace where You really didn't want to be but now you know that you have to give an effort but what to. What degree of effort do you give absolutely some. I guess my last question for you. Paul is about a six point favorite. Do you think that's too much. No i don't I mean. I i haven't really i mean i'll i'll i'll. I'll spend more time on this game when we get there but I think south carolina is extremely young and inexperienced and from a purely from a matchup standpoint. I think kentucky probably you know inspite of what we heard last week from the carolina fans You know probably is in pretty good shape in this game. I appreciate you. Thanks for taking my call now. When you see me saturday morning you know wearing a game cock helmet. I don't want you to say that. I misled you. I do think. South carolina fans are going to be up for this game. i mean they. They knew the smart ones last week was probably a lost. Cause i don't think they view this game the same way. I mean they i think in their hearts. They think they've got a shot at kentucky. Let's check in with hugh who is in ohio. Hello hugh i paul. How you doing. We're doing great. Thank you got a couple items. I wanted to talk to you about That last Play in florida game For the two-point conversion I've watched that replay over and over. And i really believe it was a quarterback option and that ball carrier would not turn loose of the ball to give it to jones He roller pulled out of there and then when he wouldn't give you got behind him tried to shut him in me that ball. You're not taking this in. I am. I mean did you see i am i am. I'm not sure. I've watched a game since Although i think i'm going home tonight to watch the replay of that play because I wanna see what you're talking about. I well you know how the run that quarterback option. He can either right take it. Depends i defend. And he tried and kid would not giving the ball. Second what you're talking about a blown or simon. You think that was the blown assignment. I i think that blown assignment. I don't think it's any wind blocking okay. The next question. I don't know what's going on up here to stay in a couple of years ago. We lost joe borough in the portal. This year we lost that wide receiver alabama right. The game chain connected get let me. I'm up against the clock. I'm i voted ohio. Say schedule i. I know everybody's down on them and they're going to lose three times but your schedule is is pretty palatable. The rest of the way. I that doesn't answer your question but we will come back kirk. Herbstreit went to ohio state. He'll.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Orleans and after he lost the texas fans started chanting. Sec pc basically mocking us. And i guess you hate us. 'cause you and us and now they're asking to join the you know what i'm gonna do next time. They come into sanford stadium and we kicked their butts or in a start yelling and go back to the big twelve. Go back to the big twelve like it. Hey thank you very much for the call. Hugh is in deep gap north carolina. Hello hugh hello paul. Listen friend i've got a. I've got a bone to pick with with your analogy about the pod process that is being discussed for this new merge of texas and oklahoma If you consider the geographic boundaries that were that with auburn and alabama coming east and missouri going west. What you're dealing with in the east is a ninety year history of seven of those teams having a relationship and playing ball every year and i think it's would-be with a great deal of trepidation that you would throw that out. That is an evolution. That's revolution that's uncalled for. In the event that the competitive drive between east and west is out of balance. That needs to be adjusted. But frankly i think with texas and oklahoma and lsu and texas a. and m. There are true match for auburn. alabama georgia and florida. And frankly paul. I think any discussion about a four-way pod if you look at the historical games the georgia has with florida and allburn. And how you gonna put them in a pod that doesn't include those two and frankly. I think there's a much better way to do it. We're gonna look at nine games for sure. You see the regular game with strength on strength and you have a roving game that would change every year that means within six years every team would play everybody else and frankly that may not be as good as doing it and four. But at least you wouldn't tear up ninety years of tradition for an evolution. It's totally uncalled for. Let's face it paul. They east west competition in the south. Eastern conference has built the strongest competition and the strongest absolutely strongest conference in football ever known in america. There is no way the big ten with who. Ohio state plays can compete. I heard that discussion yesterday. If you gutted half of the teams out of atlantic coast conference and the big t and you might compete. Well what the hell are the likelihood of that go on down. I don't see any way that the big ten can compete with the southeastern conference for balls or money. But i do not think it's necessary for us to consider taryn up what has worked well for ninety years out. Ain't that's crazy. We need to think in terms of evolution and not revolution. Thank you very much. Maybe we should re redo the scopes trial. Let's take a break more calm. More of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five a lot to do on the program and we are just underway to listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. Jonas is the official sponsor of espn college football.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on Something Who

"House writting performance. Oh boy come over to the podcast and meet the others. Podcast it's like a cross between the wireless and a gramophone knelt fellow pole. My present hugh. How do you. No one's ever made that joke before hugh. Who can we just move on past the huge folks. I'm sorry pool but he'd like to remain in company to and i think we should respect that after what he's done today that of course yes. I wait sir giles. Dr science of our podcast you in season as of adults who is working at the master. What well the other hugh who now. He's doing it commissioner. The master plan you weldon. Yes course you able to stay for the podcast here. Yes you must insist. Now thank you good. We need someone who get stuck in a secret passage the bill desert and it's always useful to have some new to blame you. Anything goes wrong. I see only thing is. I haven't got fancy podcast. Microphone was singing showing us. That's true pugh. We'd better get started before changed my mind. Hello and welcome to a special compilation edition of something who featuring the best bits from the episodes released in. Twenty twenty two are looking at doctor. Who's two great sporting encounters. Starting with the fifth doctor's cricketing in black orchid followed by the eleventh doctor's footballing feats in the larger and better to help us with that. Then h- youtube ville. Hello hugh i get evening today on what. It's great to have you on and welcome to what we're calling for one episode. Only something you say. Many of you will know. Hugh is sports. Journalist and managing editor of the cricketer magazine. But the three regular contributors here also know him as an occasional visitor to gallup free basis missing episodes threat. What really the deal spurs pete davidson. Your was already a fan of in great and small and then being the crooked doctor Really did that. That merged monte to migrate loves cricket india. Doctor who yeah. I guess i'd throw something similar with with me in that. It was fantastic to to two things could be combined although maybe not always fully coherently. No so what do we see in castro valley. We see that he's got his village. I suppose in in the tar which was sweet and although clearly it was Cgi was no color separation. I've lives is code in those days and then teams day. He threw the ball at cricket ball at the east side of the spaceship to sort of pell himself off. Which i think anybody with. The scientific leaning is dismissed as eric. Nelson's going gonna play the fifth on that one..

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"hello hugh" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on WJR 760

"You. Great Parker from Ghostbusters. If you can guess are Friday musical theme that we've got a hungry Howie's Lions Game Day pizza meal for you a little something for you. Your tummy as you're watching the Lions take out the Indianapolis Colts. Come, uh, Sunday. I suppose you could also redeem it for the Michigan. Michigan State came well, which wouldn't be a bad way to make use of it either, And you can claim that if you can successfully guess our theme coming up in about 10 to 5 will do it near the end of the show. In the meantime, Director Gordon was on with Polly Smith today and said that look, we have seen some outbreaks increase. He also talked about in home gatherings, which they find problematic and there is no question 3600 cases yesterday confirmed almost 3700, many of them Cases that would have been counted today. But because of the delay in the numbers they ended up getting into the Thursday tally. But we have seen deaths. We have seen hospitalizations and we have seen cases going up. I don't begrudge the governor the idea that this needs to be addressed, and certainly we share her concerns in so far as there is, it is spreading. I'm not talking about cases. I'm talking about hospitalizations going up. Which is the larger concern. We've been focusing on that. We want to keep that we want to keep that curve flat because that has a direct impact on the outcome of the patient that's actually in the hospital. The fewer covert patients, the more care they get, the better the chances for a good outcome. We learned that from our friends at Beaumont, Matt Simms, but nevertheless they're kind of beaten and already abused horse here. When it comes to the restaurant industry. Talk to a good buddy of mine. This morning. I had an early morning tennis game and and he said these in the restaurant industry, he said, You know, I'm just going to do this because I don't feel comfortable. Infringing on the privacy of my customers and asking them names and numbers because I don't know what's gonna happen of those names and numbers when I transmit them back to the state if I went and what am I supposed to do with them? What database of my supposed to keep here? It certainly is a lot of paperwork. And he said, Honestly, we have people separated. We haven't seen transmission at all in our eatery. And yet now we're having this thrust upon us, he said. I'm just going to seat people. I'm going to put a sheet on the table. I'm going to say if you folks would kindly fill this out. That would be great. And if they fill it out, find if they don't find I'm not going to force them to do it. Just look are people really going to put in the real names and numbers anyway? For problems? You know, you would hope that they would that they understand the importance of contact tracing, should there be a transmission? But you've got to know and you can't force the restaurant tour to dio the verification on this. I just think it's really unfortunate and again. I think it's misplaced concern on an industry that's done a bang up job. For the most part. Of keeping these cases down. We've even seen cases fall now at campuses when we were on our campus tour. We noted that Nevertheless, they're focusing here on you know, they should be focusing it on people in private homes. That's where we're seeing a lot of the transmissions. And yet they know they don't have any power there. So they're going to regulate the people that they feel like they do have control over even if it's going to yield very minimal in marginal results, a TTE least in my opinion if you feel differently if you think that this has been a big sorts of transmission I'd love to see the numbers. He was in love only with some thoughts on this. Hello, Hugh. Hello, guy. Good to talk to you. I I was thinking Well, there's already databases for this kind of thing that could be is in the rewards programs that many of the chain restaurants especially do Here is the way of, you know, Let's see the state come up with a little assistance for those people that don't have what I have set up and they can have Ah, ap or whatever for themselves as well. As for the the transmission. Whatever you call it, Tracing. Yeah, the contact tracing Yeah. I think there are ways that we could maybe facilitate this so it isn't really burdensome. But if you have somebody come in with three kids, are you going to sign up the three kids and put you know that you don't have numbers for them? You're gonna put them into the databases, oil and what? What about their privacy, and they're not going to be members of a frequent eater program. Yeah, just like my then it was only one person at the table needs to be identified by name and phone number is lost here. She can contact the other folks. You know what they would already have that from a credit card transaction. Well, yeah, it's a little harder to find. There's a lot of security around the credit card. But I mean, well, I think it's a win win. And if they do it right, you could make lemonade out of it. You know you could you could. And you know what? I would bet that there is some restaurants and look most of these restaurants. Care deeply for their customers. They want them to come back. They don't want them to get sick from a public relations standpoint, None of these restaurants want tohave an outbreak associated with their ah, with their asset with their business, who would But that doesn't mean that they want to be kind of singled out here, and that's certainly what this feels like. You think turning a positive I love anybody that comes up and thinks that way because solutions air or what we ought to be focused on its go to Sam. And if so, Lanny and Sam's got A solution of sorts, I think. Hey, Sam. A guy? Yeah, thanks for having me on again. And I always like to call with solution because I'm not a fan of complaining, you know?.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"He denies it, but he ought to be asked You got to be us. Thank you, My friend Dale in Detroit. Dale John James of the head. Have you voted yet? I dropped off my ballot on Friday. Did you vote for John James? No, I did not. Why not? Just back in boat in front of Republicans this year. Okay, so that's fine. We talked to Democrats. Glad to have you anyway. What's on your mind? I don't trust a computer call with Giuliani in Ban involved, uh, with reports of Giuliani being played by the Russians. I just don't trust the crowd. Where is that report? Now, where is that report that Giuliani's being played by the Russians? It was all over that. It was all over the news about a week or so ago. The Times the post. Everybody had no. I saw. I saw some anonymous sources saying that Rudy had been targeted by Russian Intel when he was in Ukraine. But it didn't say anything about Russian Intel involved with this computer. This computer comes out a Delaware Rudy took possession of it via his lawyer, and until someone challenges the chain of custody and suggest that the Russians got to the blind Delaware Computer salesman that allegation. I can also tell you really busted the big Five crime families. It doesn't have anything to do with this computer. His computer is the question. It's Providence, right? Exactly And so the fact that Rudy held it. Doesn't tell me anything, Dale, but thank you. You're always welcome. You made a mistake on John James. Someone in Detroit get up and vote this morning to upset Dale Brent in Los Angeles. Do they matter to you, Brent. Hello, Hugh. Well, it matters to me. But not all that much in a much. There's so many other things that one could ask as to why he's supporting court packing. Why he doesn't seem to support the Constitution. The First Amendment, the Second Amendment Why he seems to be supporting CCP more than America or he's supporting the Iran deal. Or Antifa or BLM or Il Ham. Omar Rashid Khalidi, just such a pile and this is Adding to that pile, The key thing is a lot of voters are high information voters like you. You've just told me if signaling you're aware of many issues, but a lot of information. A lot of voters are low information voters they vote. They do their civic duty. But they make up their mind based upon what happens in the last month, and they make up their mind on trustworthiness. Thiss issue goes to the heart of whether you can trust Joe Biden. And if he's been telling us for years that he's clean, and he's not clean, that's that's really bad. Okay, Brett. Thank you. I've got to get the Pittsburgh again, Victoria. Good morning, Victoria. Morning, Hugh. I want emails. Well, do you trust them? Well, I do and beyond your previous collar talking about Steve Bannon and everything. Um, what about the note coming from harder? Well, I have read that story, but I'm I'm skeptical of the providence of that story. I'd have to see those e mails coming from someone else. The New York Post is a pretty rigorous news organization. And so I am not going toe the Steve Byron partner, the 100 biting partner emails. I don't know about that. And I'm not going to go with that until I see that in another news source. Victoria. Thank you. I want.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on KGO 810

"We couldn't do without week course Kim Shaffir phony enjoy this room because most of all one thank you for being here thank you for let me be your geek your tech guy Leo laporte last segment of the weekend we got the back next weekend I don't have to go to CVS this week so be rested although you know there is some stuff coming up February eleventh Sam sung says they're gonna introduce the new Samsung galaxy S. phones of people say that the S. twenty it won't be the S. what would be the S. twelve the US eleven again maybe the S. twenty then I saw another name somebody else said no no it's going to be the twenty twenty I don't know we'll see new Sampson galaxy S. phones February eleventh and maybe a new folding phone a flip folding phone from Sampson so that's coming up let's see here I want to go to line three because that's huge in Savannah Georgia hello Hugh Hey thanks for taking my call my pleasure thanks for calling I'll try to make this quick I have a Rosen who's out in early eighties I'm in my early seventies and she had a stroke a couple years ago and fortunately a lot of work short term memory was all on and she had purchased some records from your apple watch you use one of those were if you downloaded with they are at W. may follow but which are the are you on he'd coating yeah we have we have looked and looked and looked and we cannot find it on her computer I have a buddy whose real quick as with Lennox and we were able to get the password to get into the computer but we can't get into a folder is there something that will play that saw it least so yeah the S. W. M. A. by the way is from windows or windows media files so she bought it probably from Microsoft groove or one of the Microsoft music stores she might bark from another one but removing it is not a challenge as you might expect with most D. R. M. this was called digital rights management I call it copy protection most E. R. M. has been cracked and can be removed without a whole lot of trouble you just have to find a program to do it the one that I use is called the R. M. media converter A. R. M. media converter but if you search for remove DRM from WMA files you'll find a lot of these and this is why I hate copy protection by the way she bought these awhile ago because everybody stopped doing it because they realize it was no good the only people who are at all you know slow down by a copy protection is autistic people like you crux know how to get rid of it it's easy so so now guess what you you have to learn the tools of the trade you have to learn how to crack copy protection good job what you can't do a lot of things because she is somewhat hampered but yeah she wants your music music has charms to soothe the savage chart and that and I think her music very often special people with memory issues can bring back just a flood of memories and it's just a wonderful thing so I think you're I think.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The old school university certified to operate by ship FM here one think lady Laura our musical director we couldn't do without week course came Shaffir phoning join us from the calls most of all and thank you for being here thank you for let me be your geek your tech guy Leo laporte last segment of the weekend we got the back next weekend I don't have to go to CVS this week so be rested although you know there is some stuff coming up February eleventh Sam sung says they're gonna introduce the new Samsung galaxy S. phones of people say that the S. twenty it won't be the S. what would be the S. twelve the US eleven I can't scout maybe the S. twenty then I saw another name somebody else that no no it's going to be the twenty twenty I don't know we'll see new Sampson galaxy S. phones February eleventh and maybe a new folding phone a flip folding phone from Sampson so that's coming up let's see here I want to go to line three because that's huge in Savannah Georgia hello Hugh Hey thanks for taking my call my pleasure thanks for calling I'll try to make this quick I have a cousin who's out in the early eighties I'm in my early seventies up and she had a stroke a couple years ago and fortunately a lot of work short term memory was up on and she had purchased some records form either apple I choose one of those where if you downloaded with a at W. may follow but which are the are you in coding yeah we have we have looked and looked and looked and we cannot find it on the computer I have a buddy whose real quick is with spin we were able to get the password to get into the computer but we can't get into a folder is there something that will play that saw it least so yeah yeah W. M. A. by the way is from windows or windows media files so she bought it probably from Microsoft groove or one of the Microsoft music stores you might barred from another one but removing it is not a challenge as you might expect with most D. R. M. this was called digital rights management I call it copy protection most E. R. M. has been cracked and can be removed without a whole lot of trouble you just have to find a program to do it the one that I use is called the R. M. media converter A. R. M. media converter but if you search for remove DRM from WMA files you'll find a lot of these and this is why I hate copy protection by the way she bought these awhile ago because everybody stopped doing it because they realize it was no good the only people who are at all you know slow down by a copy protection is honest people like you if crooks know how to get rid of it it's easy so so now guess what you you have to learn the tools of the trade you have to learn how to crack copy protection good job what you can't do a lot of things because she is somewhat hampered but yes she wants your music Walter music music has charms to soothe the savage art and that and I think her music very often special people with memory issues can bring back just a flood of memories and it's just a wonderful thing so I think you're I think.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on KTOK

"From the call most of all one thank you for being here thank you for let me be your geek your tech guy Leo laporte last segment of the weekend we got the back next weekend I don't have to go to CVS this week so be rested although you know there is some stuff coming up February eleventh Sam sung says they're gonna introduce the new Samsung galaxy S. phones we will say that the S. twenty won't be the S. what would be the S. twelve the US eleven again I've lost count maybe the S. twenty then I saw another name somebody else said no no it's going to be the twenty twenty I don't know we'll see new Sampson galaxy S. phones February eleventh and maybe a new folding phone a flip folding phone from Sampson so that's coming up let's see here hi I want to go to line three because that's huge in Savannah Georgia hello Hugh Hey thanks for taking my call my pleasure thanks for calling I'll try to make this quick I have a first cousin who's out in early eighties are I'm in my early seventies up and she had a stroke a couple years ago and fortunately a lot of work short term memory was up on and she had purchased some records from your apple watch you use one of those were it was downloaded with a at W. may follow but without DRM encoding yeah we yeah we have looked and looked and looked and we cannot find it on her computer I have a buddy whose real quick as with Lennox and we were able to get the password to get into the computer but we can't get into a folder is there something that will play that saw it least so yeah yeah W. M. A. by the ways from windows or windows media files so she bought it probably from Microsoft groove or one of the Microsoft music stores my body from another one but removing it is not a challenge as you might expect with most D. R. M. this was called digital rights management I call a copy protection most of the R. M. has been cracked and can be removed without a whole lot of trouble you just have to find a program to do it the one that I use is called the R. M. media converter A. R. M. media converter but if you search for remove DRM from WMA files you'll find a lot of these and this is why I hate copy protection by the way she bought these awhile ago because everybody stopped doing it because they realize it was no good the only people who are at all you know slow down by a copy protection is honest people like you crooks know how to get rid of it it's easy so so now guess what you you have to learn the tools of the trade you have to learn how to crack copy protection good job what you can't do a lot of things because she is somewhat hampered that yes you want your music Walter music music has charms to soothe the savage art and that and I think her music very often special people with memory issues can bring back just a flood of memories and it's just a wonderful thing so I think you're I think you're absolutely on the right track you we are in a media converter or your search for DRM removal yeah once you know that that that is what's called the R. M. it's easy to find something to remove DRM from WMA files but the R. M. media converter is not free but it's a it's I think thirty five Bucks there are there are free tools out there as well so there's lots of lots of ways to do this thanks very much my pleasure yeah you're you're taking good care your sis take care here I appreciate your music of course it's are on the soundtrack of our lives like like others like senses like smellin and but hearing.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To like camping world bowl on ESPN radio and on the D. S. temperature with you in our studios we are out there have been Notre Dame has the twenty to six lead over I always state college football ESPN radio brought you by camping world making are being fun and easy since nineteen sixty six the first half highlights for the Irish in their fourteen point advantage of Iowa state coming up but it's about two and a half hours from now we will have kick off in the college football playoff semi finals it starts at the chick fillet peach bowl that trip began my conversation earlier today with heather damages we previewed the two semifinal games the big question for LA she'll was about a Clyde Edward to layer the running back for the Tigers at his hamstring injury and I asked heather did sh what happens if he can't go well I think it's I think it would be a problem for them but I also think that there are so many other of playmakers on that team that I think that when you look at that match up between LSU and Oklahoma I think it's a really hard to pick against LSU regardless and when you look at the way Oklahoma got into this thing into the house about playoff semifinal I think they're still fortunate to be there and and their depleted as well so to me I think LSU is still the better team regardless of of what happens with him I would agree as well I would start to wonder and think that Oklahoma's got a little bit more of a shot but in your mind does Oklahoma almost half the play the perfect game if they're going to pull off the upset is almost two touchdown underdogs today the deal but I think so much of it needs to focus on their defense which is what we've all continually talked about as long as Oklahoma has been in the college football playoff semifinals there only three in the C. F. P. and in each of those games they've given up at least thirty seven points in this year's defense under Alex grant has been remarkably better and that's because last year was historically bad right but when you're talking about these two teams of strength on strength it's all about the offense the question is can Oklahoma's defense in my mind slow down Joe burrow and that Alice you office because they are balanced they are a good team everybody you know focuses in on Joe burrow but their ability to run the ball has also help them as well so I do think that they need to play I near flawless game they certainly can't turn the ball over again such an opportunistic offense the team but also you let's give them some credit because they are first in the country in big places to those twenty our place so there's some pressure on Ellis you defense as well in this game certainly because they are strength on strength when it comes off and brought it up heather Jenny GSP in dot com college football insider joining us here in college football I presented by track thought you reference to Oklahoma zone three a year ago when Notre Dame got AB absolutely housed we all said that zip never put the Irish in again Oklahoma is only three heather how much pressure from the from the outside standpoint of that they have to win today they've got to do something to at least look good to look like they deserve to be here all right I think everybody who just as fan of the sport is hoping for a good competitive game right nobody wants to see another one of those lopsided semi finals same time have a let's keep some perspective here I love just kind of grounding expectations there in this semi yeah right I mean there are a lot of coaches in a lot of players out there who would love to be in Oklahoma issues even if they are in three going into this game I mean they've made it they finished in the top four do they do they need to make a statement the lead but hello Hugh is a really good for pots himself as a fan of the sport I hope it's a competitive game as well but I also think expectations kind needs to be tempered a little bit and Oklahoma certainly does deserve a Pat on the back for at least getting to this spot once again that's certainly an accomplishment for Lincoln rally college football playoff semifinal to chick fillet peach bowl it is Ellis you in Oklahoma coverage on ESPN ready on the ESPN app beginning at three PM eastern time they kick just after four PM eastern time okay now the big one heather the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl between number two and number three climbs in and Ohio state as you've kinda sad hearing it and baited about as to who's going to win and how this is going to go down in your mind how is this game decide mild defensively right my my question is for for both teams defensively can Ohio state and taste young slowdown Trevor Lawrence and pressure him into mistakes because guess what he's not making them anymore alright we've seen a totally different Trevor Lawrence in the second half of the season no intersections completing seventy six percent of his passes I mean consider that seventy six percent of passes that's outstanding so to me those two things are what will make the difference in the game which one of those defenses can really locked down and make those dot net city just a jumping off point because Wall Trevor has put up those ridiculous numbers let's also call a spade a spade the competition has not ban where what they're going to see today is this where climbs in is very soft schedule not their fault kind of the way the conference was do you think that kind of sneaks up today and they get exposed to a little bit that is my biggest question going into this game it's not talents not anything else scheme exes and ohs whatever it what does Clinton do you how do they handle it yes by chance there down by a touchdown or ten points and and it matters because this isn't falling behind against a mediocre team this is falling behind that would be falling behind against one of the best teams in the country and how did they respond to that who wins both games the spot I I picked Alice you with with a lot more confidence and I wound up taking I picked a higher speed is my conversation with heather did it says he's in the confidence pool on ESPN dot com bowl media she has L. issue and Ohio state in the college football playoff semi finals coverage starts to our one hour fifteen minutes now three PM eastern time the ESPN app and data beginning at four PM eastern time they kick off the chick fillet peaceful followed by the PlayStation PS the ball coming up next at a college football live halftime report first half highlights for the Irish.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of course a great Saturday then the Browns are going down to Pittsburgh to win on Sunday after we talk with them to Joe I have gotten permission to tell you I got my DM from that maybe the happiest man in America a Joe though with a bit of hers first hello Joe hello Hugh you know I saw the whole conversation things where we're booked a table in a monastery so have a nice dinner there alright here we go and the poems for thanksgiving for a dozen years or more and I still have it included all the things I'm thankful for I might need to keep on writing rhyming for another ten and counting to express how with each passing year my gratitude is mounting to the host for his indulgence in those weeks I pen a bad one and of course to his producer I mean if the program had one to the listeners to tune in and my wife who likes my looks to my wise political science and the folks who bought my books to my son who's working harder than I ever saw him study how might told you how impressive what you're doing is good buddy to my parish friends and neighbors who each Sunday that ice up with my California citizens and all that they put up with to our fire fighting heroes how I wish I knew your names I would tell a grateful nation how you saved our state from flames to our fighting men and women who make up our nation's treasure and to those in the line of duty who give us their last full measure may the way we thank you daily indicate how we have striven to be diligent and worthy of the gifts that we've been given to all the friends to help me and to those who I befriended it's okay for you to smile my thanks giving poem has ended that's happy thanksgiving from tears at the Joe Joe that is just wonderful I just always is that will be posted in Tarzana Joe dot com it is it is it already is and people can send their thanks to Joe personally it turns into Joe at Reagan dot com and get their poetry need to dress Joe happy thanksgiving to you and yours thank you very much now I have to do the big reveal all right doesn't I I mention one thing that I got a DM that maybe the happiest man in America but I couldn't tell you was because the threat message so I got permission granted you can tell people she knew big fan listen everyday urban see that come into I'm urban Meyer that's exactly right rivalry week and I am so yeah urban Meyer was I think taught by my cousin Bonnie Tarantino at St Johns high school Eddie is the best football coach an American college football and I'm going to have an existential crisis to be takes the U. S. C. job I really am but that's who they need and I I I I I love the fact he put his family had of his love for the game and I was that I just love everything about the guy and urban Meyer happy thanksgiving to you thank you brought me to help people he added though he added U. N. Prager are the very best ever I'm the happiest guy in America he added educating America on objective truth not narratives I teach a class on leadership and Fisher I share your thoughts and facts often keeps going in American made you happy thanksgiving predator will hold that over me for the rest of his life I'll do you realize that when you shuffle this mortal coil what's going to happen if you were going to be buried on the wrong side of the grass they're going to put the tombstone on you it is going to say here lies Dennis press you know what that is just perfect I wouldn't put it past urban Meyer and out perfect that is it's a perfect played in the day right called the perfect place to score on the last five seconds of the show but Dennis Prager will enjoy that they got to get urban Meyer to make a I Prager you video hi leadership because that would be just perfect and the rite aid go that let's go out with the rivalry song there are other robberies in America but there ain't there ain't nothin like Ohio state Michigan there isn't I do want to say thank you on thanksgiving genuinely Adam young man is no longer young and the band who is now a pro though he was a rookie that'll long gray line of interns that extends back and of course the generally to mow the producer who isn't and most of all the fetching misses you it makes it all very very possible love you sweetie end of my wonderful family and their spouses and every man and woman serving abroad tonight or deployed scenes that anyone anywhere thank you for the blue line that protects us from the firefighters who answered the call tomorrow if anything goes amiss thanks to everybody you protect everybody god bless America what a great thanksgiving it is of.

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"hello hugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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13:15 min | 3 years ago

"hello hugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back American hundred fifty tweeting out the creepiest story of the year absolutely the previous story here so if you're easily creeped out you may want to turn off the the show right now but you probably should you should hear about this I told you yesterday Google had begun an attempt to collect every health record on people in the world it's called project nightingale buttons on ominous does it doesn't remember the song of the nightingale is about Iran contra show Google's project nightingale triggers federal inquiry Wall Street journal this morning Google's project with the country's second largest health system to collect detailed help information on fifty million American patients sparked a federal in Korean criticism from patients and lawmakers yet thank the data on patients of Saint Louis paying attention were until recently scattered across forty data centers and more than a dozen states Google in the Catholic non profit moving that data into Google's cloud computing system with potentially big changes on tap for doctors and patients editions for regulators and lawmakers are expressed concern is whether Google and ascension are adequately protecting patient data in the initiative which is code named project nightingale in is aimed at crunching data to produce better health care among other goals stock here's number one question did they opt in because if they didn't Google stole their data is using their data to make money that's his ascension if they did not say I'm game my man well wait are you reach you at my mom was a nurse and they did this about long term by the two new old or vertical study of nurses in America that began when she got out a nursing school in nineteen forty six or so and every five years she would sit down and produce and fill out these forms of the nurses studies sort of famous until she died always produce good they they were tracking a cohort of nurses they figure the nurses would be responsible people and they would tell them about their you know all their different health issues in their weight their age their blood sugar all that kind of stuff and they would use that data and so I understand what the the deal is but migrate opted in mark is a set you up that in did you opt in to this Google study if not that Google owes you money if they took your data and they're using your data and you don't know it's creepy as hell it took the creepiest thing in the what we had to play Nick Cave again because it's just that is the red red hand come to get your health data about that do a new thank you volunteer for that absolutely not thank you we want them to know everything about you you know you you got a lot of health data well we did just the last five years I know yeah you probably broke the machine in the last five years but I I'm just saying nobody opted into this this is astonishingly terribly corrupt and we would be paying attention to it except for the ship show trial which gets under way today and it's a it is a show trial it's a sham they vetoed the Republican witnesses I got a lot of problems with FX part take on tax secret hearings but my biggest problem is they're not letting the Republicans and the president call witnesses that is the fact though due process violation imagine any setting from the homeowner or homeowner association dispute over that you can add a window to the expulsion of a student from high school to the appeal of a of a grade or a charge of plagiarism in college I'm thinking of common ordinary to speak just see all day long to an allegation of inappropriate touching in the workplace two of course our civil trial or or a criminal trial misdemeanor through felony you have witnesses for the defense then you're not allowed to bring up I'm freaking believable Joe in Sarasota Florida one eight hundred five two OO one two three four connection with you you it shall what do they have the item ship show trial Joe very welcome you're you're you're doing a great job Adam Schiff show in New York where I come from originally they say the first things from the head down this man Adam Schiff is connected to the Obama people and also to the George Soros people and these telephone poles are choosing people who are anti trump so therefore the truth will set us free one day this band president trump will survive but he will be reelected and then he's going to clean house more thank you for and let me go to end the bags on fox news congressman big from Arizona and friend of mine cut number twenty three is on fox news yesterday talking about Adam ship well I mean we can we can get we're going to continue with that narrative I mean the reality is Mr Schiff is already said that he's not going to let the witnesses on Devin newness is list come in and we've put together a list of witnesses that we think should come in and he's not going to let these witnesses come in to defend the president he's going to continue to try to control everything and that's the major problem with the process here it's not a fair process is not due process it's it's Adam Schiff process and Nancy Pelosi's process and if you do it that way and I think they're in a dangerous situation my opening this thing up because the whole world will now see Adam Schiff try to control everything and that's not good for the Democrats I want to talk about the clothes store process of course there are three committees leading the interviews out of the four hundred thirty two total members of the house a hundred and three members sit on the house intelligence foreign affairs and oversight committees of which forty seven members are Republicans okay so there are Republicans in these meetings the question though is you know what do you believe that those Republicans have you know access to have they been given a fair shake a transparency even behind closed doors well the answer is no and and we know that from looking at the transcripts first of all we do they didn't get the transcripts if they want to see the transcripts they had to be one or two special especially knowing the people in there that the Democrats sitting next to them this transcript were delayed the testimony if you read some of the testimony of fine Adam Schiff actually objecting to the question and that he's the the finder of lost so he says I it's just basically I sustain my objection I think of past that other times he's actually interjecting thank clarifying this testimony that he found objectionable that that is that's very important it's also go and check out what the house oversight Republicans put out an ad yesterday cut number six we will treat the president with fairness Democrat on the house intelligence committee under fire tonight for reciting what he later called a parody of president trump's phone call with the Ukrainian president and unfortunately the last hearing he did when he tried to keep by half an offer some kind of for me house Republicans not the only ones calling out Intel chair Adam Schiff over his contact with the whistle blowers The Washington Post given shift we have not spoken we would like to explain and with the congressman and people around because it democratic chairman and chief spokesman confirmed the whistleblower contacted the committee ship was tipped off about the complaint days before in this file he clearly gave no indication that he ever met with the whistle blower or to anybody on his team than ever met with the most the was about to testify and if so when yes and I hope very soon from rules allow for Republicans to request other witnesses Republican lawmakers requested specific witnesses including hunter Biden and the intelligence community whistle blower Adam Schiff says he will not allow for those witnesses to anonymous anonymous whistle blower as well as how to by others to come and this is such and such a charade and people that I respect for whatever reason don't understand this one of my good friend father bill Daley a teacher at Notre Dame law says look what you admit the GOP had control over witnesses in the Clinton impeachment in the majority always well and much less a bunch of irrelevant witnesses like hunter Biden be called they did and they allowed anyone the president wanted but it was the star report that drove it in the Nixon impeachment everyone got to call whomever they wanted to in the in the Senate hearing superseded by year the house proceedings ever got to vote the point is unless you can tell me with certainty that hunter Biden the whistle blower would not provide any testimony or any other Republican witnesses would not provide testimony that would lead to a no vote on the articles of impeachment what they are doing is violating due process it is a charade if you do not allow relevant witnesses to appear and the house GOP determines that and I don't think there's an American out there that doesn't think hunter Biden in the whistle blower are relevant to this don't make that argument bill don't anybody make that argument luger intellectual credibility of course they are relevant I don't know if they're guilty of anything I don't have the nerve testify but they need to testify Mike in Wisconsin in Cedarburg hi Mike good morning you're on the Hugh Hewitt show good morning Mr Hewitt unless publicity comes to your correct conclusion that is ultimately will backfire on their objectives it is incumbent an inherent that Mister McConnell and Lindsey Graham actually go through with a full trial in the Senate because that's the only way that the skin on the charade will be exposed it's the only way that Noone has witness list which was really merely a reckoning okay let me tell you where we are on that Richard Burr in the Senate yesterday the chair of Intel said it would be a six to eight week trial with witnesses galore I am against that time for dismissing this before it gets started as being improperly granted as being an assault on due process but if they go and if they go to trial what it let every witness be called you betcha Diane in Cleveland hello Diane good morning thanks for having me I'm a listing every word you're saying about the impeachment procedure but I did want to make one more little comment about your announcement about Google and ascension and that helps history being studied without people opting in I think most disturbing and scary word in that announcement you made the work the chaplain well I I can't believe it ascension is a Catholic system I can't believe it I really can't but you know it's like the privacy the confessionals next Brandt in Los Angeles what do you think Brent your upper early hello Hugh what you're calling a charade I call a satanic smokescreen that that no no no we don't go that far John in Dover Delaware go ahead John if not to panic if you Democrats being Democrats go ahead John the morning here yeah I just want to know when we did our job is on our side there's obvious things that the Democrats are involved in the raid on television talking about it looking Jill Biden window legal after the Democrats for their clients yeah I don't want to I don't want to be Adam Schiff I don't want to do this I want no part of breaking basic American norms on questions like this I want no part of it zero I want the American people understand this is a Democrat this is the devolution of American politics into the gutter led by Nancy Pelosi in Adam shift toward using ruthless tactics in inconsistent with basic American fairness the American people are a fair people that is why public hearings when they are not circus hearings have always led the exoneration or conviction of innocent or wrong party that's because we see and we judge fairly but we can't see because Adam Schiff tells the blinders on that's the problem good news there's really factor in my studio we get joy out join sticky fingered better half didn't get in here and the time I was done there's my because my the only factor that calm and I've got my 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