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"holda." Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"And hold the United States accountable for systemic racism and police brutality. Today at the United. United Nations. There's an urgent debate. Led by the Africa Group is being held on the issue of systemic racism and police brutality in the United States, and they are calling for a resolution that would mandate an international independent commission of inquiry into the systemic racism and police brutality problem, these independent experts would come to the US and investigate and hold the US accountable for police brutality on an international level that flows from the letter that George Floyd think. His brother wrote to the U N saying. We need you to pressure the United States to federalize some of these crimes. Very weirdly specific thing to ask the UN to do the either opened the door to this larger thing, and of course, this is the kind of stuff that we've all seen coming. This is the only thing that has slowed down the fear of colonialism and government which. Is Trusting the plan is his trump is Batman. Yeah, this is. Here and I've always said from the beginning with trump. The proof is in the pudding, you the detail. The Devil's in the details to string a few metaphors, but that you can like what he's doing. You can like his DACA. Executive Order, which fails and Surpreme Court today. You can like the fact that he talks back. You can like the fact that he's a tough guy. You can like the fact that he's not. But if it all backfires, and you're worse off in the end, and this guy's been an insider since the day was born. You can think it's deliberate or not, but the fact is. You were compromising when it came to the somebody, said the other day to me when I said he's not the commander in chief, unless called actual service Republican that I was quibbling about semantics. Quibbling about semantics so. It's not quibbling about semantics when it's Obama. I was talking about this last night I did a podcast with. Cam from make liberty great again, so forgive me if you hear this again, but it occurred to me that they just give this pass. It's that whole thing that trump is Batman. You've got to give him a lot of latitude that you wouldn't give anyone else. Whatever happened to what Hannity used to say, which was elect Republicans, and then hold their feet to the fire. It's the exact opposite and every step of the way we're moving in the direction that people who voted for trump used to think they didn't want to go in. Yeah, in this starts a pattern of groups going outside the United. States seeking international groups to come in and Holda. Holda our president, our government accountable. So this is this plays into the talk of a civil war divided the country of destabilizing, and it goes into the state's rights thing. It's the same thing as gun. Control is definitely an international issue. The climate thing is disease. is they look for these issues? It's in the report. Mayer amounts, and you have to find issues that don't respect borders so that you can globalize and then I so the way the trying to get past states rights, and then I've been saying since the beginning of trump that from pulling out of the climate accord to California, wanting to secede Ha, just restore the tenth amendment and and. See Their answer to that, though is climate disease. It doesn't respect borders or restoring tenth amendment just makes that worse. The Gun Rights Papua. They've got their way around it, but that's why I get so annoyed with false flags or events that they they lie about the details or spin the details, because if it's not a real problem. That is justifying this drastic? Overturning a fundamental law, if it's not a real problem, then our laws have adapted to the reality over thousands of years, and that's why the when they make stuff up about covert spreading, and all that it's so dangerous because they're really targeting the underlying laws. And, we're talking a moment ago about defunding. The police might not have to defend the police. The police stopped coming to work themselves like some of them did. In Atlanta last night Hashtag blue flu was top trending on twitter last night, because police officers, many of them called in sick to work, and it's believed, and there's a lot of statements from officers to cooperate. This believed that they did not show up because they are worried that it doesn't matter what they do. If. They use any force at all. It's going to be filmed and they're going to be framed as a bad guy, and it could potentially be facing up to life in prison or the death penalty like the charges that were brought down on Garrett. Rolf yesterday by the Fulton County District Attorney. I finally watch that Rashard Brooks Video. Somebody on twitter said well. How can you have an opinion on it if you didn't watch it? And I didn't have an opinion on it, because I didn't watch it, but I was wondering what to look out for. Does it look authentic? Yada Yada so I went back watch. The whole thing is forty five minutes and. The. The one thing that did stand out as weird. I don't really want to get into the details because it does derail, but that the Dash Cam of the car had a time stamp that was four and a half hours later than the body cam of the interaction, and if you look at all the videos of the event, no video bridges the moment that he runs to the moment that he's shot and I don't know why that is. It makes me wonder if there's something wrong with the time line here. But but to see how that happened. How that transpired for them to shoot him? In the back for running after the interaction, they had or is like I. Just want to sleep with my girlfriend's house I can walk there. I'm not saying they should have let him do that, but it's. It's very weird to me that they shot him instead of. Calling for back-up or or something like that? What of the police officers that one of the arguments from the police officer who shot him? And actually it wasn't him who got his taken away as the other officer, he stays takeaway. Is? Hold on the what I saw. Was He ran and it looked like the guy. The COP was running after him with a Taser. The WHO shot him? Is Not, the that got his Taser taken away, but if I'm just saying about the video what I saw was, there's some the looks to now. I I hate to bring up the details. This is all a freaking problem I. Don't watch this stuff is that he was running away with the Taylor, he turned around and fired it at one of the cops who fell over. And, that cop looked to me that he had a Taser was chasing him with the Taser so that it was not the that the guy who got the tasers taken away from him must have been the one who shot. Unless the guy who ran after him. The official story is that the officer that got his taken is not the one who shot him. And I would like you to look at a video. That I will send you after five. I'm just saying what the officials story is I know. And what they're saying. Is that that guy because it does make a difference if he did not get as taken away. In the heat of the moment, this is going to be what what they're arguing is. He believed that Rashad Brooks was turning around and pointing a gun at him. That's one of the arguments that I've heard. Come out of his lawyers in initial talks is that he didn't know that that was necessarily Taylor. He's still had his taser already patted him down. Pat, okay well. There was a bulge in his pocket, and they took his word as to what it was. It was mine. Didn't check it, so that's GonNa. I did see. Take out a big. He did have a wad of something in his wallet before. They said that I noticed. This is the problem with watching the damn thing. Just GonNa federalize the police. Stuck in the details my first thought was. Why didn't they take him home or let them go home? Sort of doing some research into that? They'll be held liable if he were to go home. The cops left and he were to get into another car that he has at the house and drive drunk and kill somebody or if you were to. Engage in violets as a result of being drunk..
"holda." Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Who makes it through? Yes yeah yeah you weeks time at the AL. May Right now yes well first of all. Let me tell you do live. There were two hundred and thirteen. Unique votes. Ringing is of records. I can't believe the first purse that is safe this evening that we'll be singing in three weeks time in final of Barbecue. Central shows American idol. Don't do that but we can hear. Allah got one right here. He will be Jeff Rice chart man right. So let's think back to a week ago. Anti what did you like about Jeffrey? Says America has voted him through in the final. I think it was the Cartman Cartman and pressure that we all enjoyed in that song pulled through. America's well Yeah Willis had to say the same as Mattie it definitely think that's what got all the votes. Now here's the question I guess. If he didn't have cartman would have been better than ducts. S Yes would it have been better than mine all right well? We're not answering right away. Okay Bobby what did you like about He did better than the first time. Does this sound okay? Can you hear me by Holda here I can? I can hear you. Yeah it sounded better. And the Cartman addition. He sounded better than the month before also moving for the finals next month. Top vote getter by the way. If you can believe you're humble host Greg ramp so in the finals. It will be Jeff Rice. V Greg Remedy. There will be a prerecorded duet. I will announce what that is going to be. Are you ready? Yeah th-they record a duet. We're going country. Save a horse ride a cowboy by big and rich about that not only will it be og but from initial concept Jeff. Rice will be big. Kenny and I will be John Rich. Which means I'M GONNA have to go well out of my range a very good chance. I'm GonNa break halfway through that saw. That's all right. I'll try and of course we'll be singing live in the finals. And I don't know what Song I'll be choosing as of yet any input from the judges on what Song I should be. Singing Bobby Marley Willis or I'm sorry Mattie o all right that's all we played a dinner. I don't think so chief absolutely brief chief. Okay beefed. All right that means not making it into the final round of two is the longest running Texas embedded correspondent doug shy. Oh dear for all right. Douglas let's have and what we think. Oh I I think it went the way. It should have Like I said last week I am so glad that I was accused of auto tune so that meant it was probably better than it was the week before but I thought my production was a lot better last week but No I've voted one two and three just like it like it turned out in the results so it so doug is someone who has had a long standing relationship with the show and seeing many shenanigans and tomfool arenas run through one hundred twenty minutes week after week. Where does this rank and ridiculousness? This ranks very high in the ridiculous factor so when I was at the Houston Rodeo competing at the barbecue contest and I saw this coming across a chat. And I'm like yeah. This isn't going to happen. I totally ignored it. I two weeks and was it planning on participate and in the end it turned it turned out to be. It actually was a lot of fun all right. Well that's good. I you know my my fake it till you make only so far. Yes well I mean it's good to have the mantra fake it till you make it. That is like the the mantra that will be known for Barbecue. Central's American idol girls. Can you give Doug any further feedback as we start to wane out of the segment? I think you believe you tried your hardest. And that if there's a next season and if there's a next season what are you talking next? Oh if you're on it I believe that you can go farther on right. Mattie your thoughts fog as we start to wrap up if you just keep practicing for the new season you'll do better than right. We'll hear a whole year not to say the same as as them if you keep practising. He'll get party the next season. Alright well so doug here's what we've come to learn much like competition barbecue. Practice practice practice in Youtube can walk to stay in a time right all right. That is a dog hiding from broke and the longest running Texas embedded correspondent right there. We'll go ahead. Doug thank you again for participating and we will talk to you. And I'm so glad that I had to sing. Live all right get. Outta here crying out loud. If he talked about being. There's going to be nothing better than singing live. I don't think would you like to sing? Live ladies now. Oh No are you looking forward to evaluating live singing in three weeks? Clearly yes right. Well good stuff. All right well Doug is out probably no surprise to many folks. He was well well. Well out of the voting was mostly me? I would say Out of all two hundred plus votes I probably got one hundred and eighty five first place votes and then then riser got You know ten or so and then Not even one for Doug I think good. Doug got a second place in a handful of them but there you go so semifinals is over in three weeks. We move to the guys coming in. And and that's right. You do live here of it and I'm GonNa get ready to talk to YouTube maven Sam the cooking guy. Yes by me over thinner. I'm not getting right. I will tell Sam to invite you over for life for stopping in always appreciate much appreciate it whining it up that. I have him for a call right. Oh Yeah I get enough them up here in box to. We will find Sam the cooking guy wherever he is very it. Changes name here in a minute. Let me talk to you quickly about Sterling Ball on the gang over at Big Papa smokes. 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"holda." Discussed on Con Artists
"Their four-legged full of love and often times more like family than their nicknamed suggests the podcast original series dog tales tells the true stories of heroic canines who've gone above and beyond their best friend duties. Tease every Monday. doke tales embarks on a new journey of courage service and unwavering sacrifice dedicated to our most loyal companions Indians. You'll hear tales of inspiration from all breeds of life like buddy. The German shepherd the world's first seeing eye dog or Huskies Balto and Togo the sled dogs. Who made a lifesaving medical delivery from anchorage to nome each episode of Dog Tales is as unique as the pups themselves and sure to bring you closer to the ferry friend in your life so get ready to sit stay and rollover with excitement for Apo- constant deering series dog tales? Listen to dog tales free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story by April of Nineteen Twenty thirty eight year old. Charles Ponzi was under close investigation. The Boston authorities. He needed three to four million dollars to make his fraudulent business. Appear debt free and legitimate. There was only one one place he could get it. The Hanover Trust Bank which he had bought controlling stake in earlier in the year as the largest shareholder Holda Honsi had access to the bank's funds. The bank had about five million dollars in securities and cash. If Ponzi was quiet enough enough he believed he could steal the money and use it to cover his own businesses debts. The plan had many moving parts on the morning that the independent order to over deliver his report of the liabilities of the Security Exchange Company to the District Attorney Honsi planned to go to the Hanover. Trust to withdraw the millions. He needed. He hoped that he could manage this without any other employees of the bank noticing. Then he would go to the meeting with the auditor and present the bank's money as his own making up the shortfall with his own legitimate wealth. This would therefore proved to the orbiter and the district attorney that Ponzi was able to pay investors. The returns he promised after the meeting. ponzi would return the money to the volt at Hanover. Trust simple but another Boston in post article complicated his plan titled Honsi Closes Unlikely to resume. The article claimed that the security not strange company was on the verge of total collapse. It sent a shockwave through his investors. Once again they lined up around the block but this time it was to withdraw then money and Ponzi had to follow through on his good faith offer to to refund any new investors on a much larger scale than heat anticipated as more and more recovered their money. He faced ruin if the withdrawals continued at the same pace. He wouldn't have the chance to prove his solvency with the Hanover. Trust candidate the company could go under in in a matter of days Ponzi cold grocer and threatened to buy out the Boston post and shut it down but the newspaper owner recognized it as an empty threat and ignored it. Instead they escalated their attacks. A story about ponzis investor panic ran on the front page. They published another piece by Clarence. Barron further questioning ponzis legitimacy. Let's see and ethics to add insult to injury. A front page advertisement for another liabilities firm effectively urged any potential investors custos to avoid Ponzi the and specifically highlighted that their returns were paid out from income and not from someone else's Mrs Investment Playing Defense Ponzi gave a series of interviews with his side of the story brushing off the negative reports in the Boston. Post as has nonsense still. The withdrawals continued unabated undeterred. He hired publicity expert. William mcmasters to coordinate a response to the growing scandal honsi hoped to prove to his investors and the people of Boston that they had nothing thing to fair. Even as the walls closed in Grace Duffield and Pizza Rabovsky authors of the psychology of Freud awed determined that charlatans like Ponzi a driven by ego and a strong desire to prove that superiority over others by their mastery of a given the situation to Ponzi. It became more important that he control the spin of the narrative that it was to actually prove his innocence. Even if the ship was sinking he was still the captain in this same vein. Ponzi continued to throw throw his money around buying expensive food for his investors and dinners for bankers. He donated one hundred thousand dollars to an orphanage for Italian children. Turin and made sure to be that for the highly publicized opening carefully guided by mcmasters hand. Even with a huge number of investor withdrawals enough were inspired by his confidence that they catch the company solvent and alive for the moment. Hansie had weathered the storm Boston post owner. Richard grows year could barely believe it. How how could Ponzi survive this huge run on his coffers but then again there was a lot about Ponzi? That didn't make sense. GROZA wasn't about to give up his pursuit instead. He doubled down publishing an editorial that old but accused used Ponzi of being a massive fraud. The Cold War between GROZA and Pansy was turning hot and by the end of July of Nineteen Twenty Ponzis. Legal challenges had also intensified in anticipation of his potential criminal charges oranges. He finally decided to retain a lawyer. Dan Coakley was a high profile attorney who had intimate connections with Boston. Prosecutors Utah and politicians and he was a kindred spirit coakley felt like the government elites had a grudge against him as well as his working class background just like Ponzi. Most importantly however was cokely's political past. He served three terms. MCI The state representative and was friends with both the state attorney and local prosecutor. who were leading the investigation in theory? The hiring of Coakley was perfectly calibrated to help make ponzis legal woes lesson however while Coakley we had friends in the State House he also had enemies and they now focus their sights on his newest richest first and most vulnerable client Charles Ponzi rather than help make his legal challenges. Go Away Hiring Coakley. We made high profile members of the Massachusetts government. Look at Ponzi. Even more closely governor Calvin Coolidge Ost for a state investigation investigation of Ponzi. This took it out of the hands of local Boston officials who were more sympathetic to both Ponzi and Coakley as pansies legal worries mounted Groza and the Boston post also kept the pressure on publishing editorials and articles through the late summer about the progress of the investigations. They also interviewed postal experts who were unanimous. In their opinion that ponzis reply coupon implant could never work the scale. He claimed however the people of Boston and even other newspapers dismissed the report as the product of grosses personal vendetta. They all knew how bad he wanted to. 'CAUSE pansies downfall. Aw He print anything towards that end then on July thirty first nineteen twenty grows year received a call from an unlikely source. William mcmasters ponzis publicity. Agent he wanted to tell him exactly what he knew you about his boss namely that he was bankrupt. mcmasters had realized. Two things that Ponzi was is going to collapse eventually and that mcmasters best chance of avoiding any personal blowback for his role in the operation was to be part of taking him down. Charles Ponzi woke on August. Second to find that he'd been betrayed. Aw a front page article in the post detailed. mcmasters allegations. That Ponzi was not only insolvent but he was also millions of dollars in debt. He claimed that Ponzi had taken extreme measures to keep the truth hidden including luding bribing officials in the wake of these explosive allegations. The crowds again assembled pansies office. More agitated -tated and nervous than ever before the police arrived early prepared to potentially stop a riot from breaking out when poems as Limo arrived at eleven. He heard no cheers or applause as he stepped onto the sidewalk he he was met by silence. His veneer had finely being cracked by. mcmasters interview this wasn't just speculation. Accusation from a financial expert. All the opinion of an overzealous newsman. These were detailed allegations from an inside employees employees. Even worse enough time had now passed cautious. Investors were no longer asking for refunds. They were now arriving with matured notes demanding their money and then fifty percent return Honsi needed to do something something big to save himself from collapse so on the morning of August seventh nineteen twenty. He strode into the offices of the Boston Post and confronted his enemy directly. He found the desk of Edward Done. The veteran editor who'd who'd been leading.
"holda." Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Also come to Shawn Mendez, Kevin Kline at and road. I would've loved to comment on this. My contract prevents me from doing so hush loom partner. Winter winter this week was Rumer Willis demean more posted a picture of her and Sean Southie from the met gallon wrote my table mate love this kid such an artisan, a sweet soul at Shawn. Mendez? Rumor comments, my new stepdad, which if we know anything about doing me more. Yeah. Far she's into that was really funny so to nominees for best clapback, I was Candace Bergen she posted a picture of her Louis Vitton, tote with a monogram. I don't even know what this was at her towed or someone else. I don't know. Could you read it? She wrote a Nacho Hoda. Holda pauses Joe it's not hers because she say, I'm not, I'm not sure. Okay. So moving onto best clapback, the reason I one we were warning this one because it was actually was the best. But also because we wanted to a little bit talk about the context around it, which is Sarah Silverman. I don't know if you guys follow her. If you follow our page, you saw some of it. Although one of our post was also take down because of this. But basically, Sarah Silverman is on one woman mission to changes Instagram's guidelines from allowing only male nipples to also allowing female nipples, she thinks it's totally cited inequality and a wire women's bodies, so sexualize that man can post their nipples and a woman can and a woman Mentz nipples don't get removed and a woman's does. And that's kind of her mission that she's been on. So she posted literally a selfie of herself in the mirrored medicine cabinet. And you can see it at first you just see all the pills. And then all of a sudden you see her like totally out. And of course, she she did that because she knew that Instagram was gonna take it down. So next day. She posted a screen shot of the message from Instagram that she got saying you're post was deleted because it's it's obscene. She then went on this whole. Campaign basically where she posted men's nipples verse women's nipples and wrote obscene verse not seen of obscene verse not obscene. So she did she did a side by side of a man with larger breasts in nibbles writing not obscene verse her picture of herself medicine cabinet of seeing g rights got it and came back, and so common the world hates women. But we do get to enjoy a big old Freeman today and someone with these Ralph the wiseguy comments at KP conceal. You really think women nipples are covered because of hatred. What the fuck I know women are not treated equally, but you sound like Ashley Judd proclaiming. We're gonna burn down patriarchy and Kate response at Ralph the wise guy, I'm so sorry. Ralph do tell me more about the female experience. Ralph. Whether or not you you are on Sarah silverman's team with this or not. It's so true anytime a man tries to tell women about the female experience. It's like. Anyone trying to tell anybody trying to tell someone else about their experiences..
"holda." Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"Would I sorta got away if I find a a German diamond in the rough like, I would I'm not against I just, but but also the game is intriguing to you. And I think it's we're talking about it on our podcast that it's the girls fall because even in less, you're sitting there being like, I really like you and like wanna fuck in future with you. That's one thing. But if you're just giving her like, the babe, baby, whatever, I know. No that that is bullshit bullshit radar that goes off. But that's why I'm I don't even do the babe. No. Video. How he does. Listen, even that shit, my bullsh- might. Yeah. Yes, you bullshit. You actually like. No. But I know that it's not enough that we're gonna have relationship always. No that sitting here right now. But let me tell you about have you ever heard of an EMP it blinks out all communications, right? Okay. When you come into a seven million dollar house. Mike lot with one of the largest influencers in the world. I my bowl. Yours. Yours might. It's still a lot of girls out there. And they're like, I can't I love girls had to grow the fuck up. Million dollar house and is gonna lie to you. Your home. That's not true. That's. Has a private chef. Holda put it. That's that's all not true for anyone. Just listen to them for anyone Justice. No, listen, ladies, ladies, ladies, you could be the one you like you. Talk for. Cut us. That's what I'm curious if if it's nice sex related like will there any substance? Nobody I don't want to right now, walk sex drive's everything. Like after like what if dole and awkward think? So maybe we could suck. We'll or you could just hang out with me because I'm gonna be the same. Tonight. I gotta talk to you guys about okay? Let's go near I ever LA club. Experience. We've been to LA. You.
"holda." Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Ted Robinson, and Tim Ryan will be on the call the forty Niners have ten ten plus losses now in four straight seasons. It's the longest streak in the history of this franchise and joining us from the broadcast booth is Matt maiocco NBC sports bay area, forty Niner insider, and Mattie, let's get this out of the way to stories that I'm sure the forty Niners. Don't wanna talk about this morning. One is Kyle Nelson. Their long, snapper suspended. Ten games for the Niners. Have added. A another long, snapper, Colin holda. We'll be there long snapper going forward. And and then Ruben fosters will put this to bed sissies now a member of the Washington Redskins, but his his girlfriend Elissa anus NS went on good Morning America this week in seem to say that the forty Niners. Interfered with the police in the in her arrest in and the rest of Rubin in Tampa forty Niners came out and said that they fully cooperated in that situation, which is more concerning you think right now for the forty Niners in those two stories. Well, I mean, I think the Reuben foster situation is behind the team. And I think a lot of people here with the team they liked Rubin. But they knew that they were going to be problems. Yelp. It wasn't this time there going to be something next time. It's so I think they kind of feel like that's in the rear view mirror now. And the team seems to be pretty confident that even though the accuser in this instance, talked about. I guess she didn't flat out say it. But she certainly inferred that the forty Niners were trying to interfere. What she did say was that, you know, somebody associated with the forty Niners told police that's the same woman who lied the last time. So. I don't think that they knew that she was in the hotel at that time. So that would have been an observation that certainly would have been made as far as Kyle Nelson. He had tested positive for PD's as a rookie longtime ago. He wasn't even on an NFL roster. At that point that he did he was scheduled to be a free agent is scheduled to be a free agent. So this obviously opens the door for the person you mentioned Colin holda to get an opportunity here these final four games and enable the forty Niners to go into next season with him. So let's remember Kyle Nelson has been a very long snapper for the team. We'll be serving four games now and then six games next season. So at his age on the other side of thirty that could have been something that that turns into a career ender for him. Educate me a little bit. What what what is a P E D? It is a performance enhancing performance enhancing enhancing drug easier said than done. I guess. So what he is saying, and what a lot of people who get popped for violations of the of the league's policy on performance, saying, performance enhancing substances say is they're taking over the counter. Supplements such as creating which is legal in the NFL. But sometimes the companies the distributors the producers of these supplements. Have some tainted supplements? So that maybe a substance that is on the banned list, which is also produced by the same company somehow gets mixed in your small trace amounts get mixed in to the legal supplement therefore making it illegal supplement by the NFL standards and subject to a suspension. So in the case of of Kyle Nelson, ten games is consistent with a repeat violation. So because he was popped earlier in his career. This is the second time. So the first time is four games. The second time is ten games. And in his statement, he said that he would find out what happened. And and try to hold the manufacturer of that supplement legal legally liable for his suspension and look to sue that company. If it if it goes to that far, and he can figure out exactly how his positive test came to be Matt maiocco, Jewish maybe sports bay area down here at Levi stadium Michigan. You ready for the forty Niners and the Broncos Markey's Goodwin back with the team. Did he did he shed any light on why he's been gone? What this issue is? And how do you expect them to be used today? It's a it's a family matter. We knew from ill a week or two weeks ago. Pre-game in Tampa, the he left the team after being made aware that there's a very very serious family situation going on. So he made that trip to Tampa left. The team came back met with Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch the following week. It was determined. Then is an excused absence. Everybody kind of felt like it was best for him to to take care of the family matter deal with that situation before returning to the team on a full-time basis. So yeah, I think. You know, we kind of have an idea a very, you know, we we kind of know what's going on. But it's it's such a personal family issue on Friday was the first time that the marquees had spoken publicly about since he came back to the team. And I asked him then is this something that you would want to disclose publicly. And he said he'd prefer not to that. Until he kinda ran it by the family got everybody's blessing. He wanted to maintain their privacy. So he said he would have no no issue talking about it. But he just didn't want to put his family in a bad place. Do something that they're not everybody with his family's comparable with. So I could just say that. You know, it's a very difficult situation and everybody who knows marquees and has been around him and even fans who just watched him play. You know, it's everybody their hearts go out to him and his family and wish him the well. And and you know, he he's been playing he plays at X position the wide receiver spot calcium hand has always used as the speed guy. The last couple of weeks it's been dotty Pettus in that position. Dante Pettis is a unique athlete in the sense that the finance believe he could play the acts. He can play the Z, which is the flanker spot. He can also play the slot. So whereas you seem Pettus play the axe exclusively the last two games. Now, you'll see him maybe still play a little bit of the expert, mostly probably focus on disease spot. Matt maiocco with us on the guests line as we get you ready for Niners and Broncos and. You know? Matty, the injury report, why don't we hit that? We don't expect to hear it to see Brita Garson or tart, but you know, Antoine Antonio, Malcolm Smith, K one Williams. I know they were all limited in practice. What can you tell us about those guys and also the forty Niners a huge game today for the Niners? Oh line. This Denver D line is deep and talented wolf's big time. The outside rushers are elite their big inside and tough and western rich for Joe Staley and lake and Tomlinson, all dinged up this week. So what can you tell us injury front was? Well, I mean, other than the guys you mentioned the three guys you mentioned, I think they should be good to go. The only question Mark is K waterway is. But I do believe he will play the one guy that I think you're you're going to see more of you know, you saw star for the first time in an NFL game last week with Marcel Harris, so they want to take a look at the strong safety spot. They'd love to have him start these final four games actually final five games because he did start last week too. So six sixth round draft pick hasn't played a lot in recent seasons, including his final year at Florida. So he's got to keep an eye on this Seattle. He progresses. The office of line has played pretty well. The thing I would look at this week as maybe see Joshua Garnett get out there. I think for hours with light. To see him just kinda give him an opportunity and see what they have there with with. Josh book aren't Atta first-round pick back in two thousand sixteen. So look for him to kinda get sprinkled in a little bit watch the watch the the defensive line rotation. Dennis your your ears. Just perked up what I said defensive line rotation. They did they did. So check that out and see what they do. You might see the fur try to works of different combinations. There. Working in Solomon Thomas, and Eric Armstead more on bass downs inside. Maybe even are upset a little bit at nose tackle. So there's some things that they can do there. I think it's at that point in the season. They want to kind of gifts all the Thomas and opportunity the problem with Salman Thomas, of course, is that you'll probably his best fit is at the same position that deforest Buckner plays. It's so it's hard to take deforest Buckner off the field. And then if you move to force Buckner to nose tackle, then all of a sudden you've probably weaken to positions because as good as the forest is. I don't know that he's a he's necessarily a good fit for that nose tackle spots. So I think you'll see some different things at defensive tackle if you or defense allied if you take a look throughout this game. How they use their rotations, Matthew. It sounds like you're. A lot of guys are getting looks a lot of evaluations going on almost like a preseason game. Yeah. I mean, I I'd say so. It's I think how she and had said at this week that basically the rest of the season is really about next season. He other out of the playoff hunt. As you mentioned was four years in a row ten plus losses per season. So they wanna know about Salma Thomas. They want to see how they can use him where he's a better fit. They wanna see Marcel Harris they wanna see if he's capable of of being a starting caliber strong safety. They want at some point see tar various more a guy that was a safety in college. A third round draft pick really hasn't gotten on the field. He's moved to cornerback the forty Niners are still coughing. If the cornerback is his position, but they sure as heck liked to head into next year, knowing if tar various more can play if he could be a starter at what point can he be a starter tend to be a starter in two thousand nineteen can he be a starter after that could he ever be a starter? So there are a lot of. Joshua garnett. Yeah, there there are a lot of guys a forty dollars a watt to see unfortunately for them. They've been forced to see a lot of these guys who simply aren't ready, and that's the reason they're there to ten, but they also they want to continue to try to win. But they also don't necessarily want to put winning now over developing for the future. We'll Mattie I was looking at your four key players and sure enough they're all young guys Wilson PT, Mike mcglinchey Marcel Harris, all yeah. You know, first second year guys. Tell that's another guy. They need a pass rusher. Can you say that again? You've been practicing. That's that's. That's no Ted Robinson, Michael out. Let me. Had that you are wait for us to ask you that to you're like. I got up here. Anyway, Peter Talamo Pinot. I really believe that he's a guy came to the forty Niners six round draft. Pick had a good final season at Utah. He was two hundred and thirty seven pounds when he walked through the door. And he didn't have a pass rush move. He was a freestyle guy. He just didn't know what he was doing effort one and a half years they've been working on legitimate pass. Rush moves to make him a guy who could succeed at the NFL level is put on fifteen pounds of muscle. He's an energetic guy. So I don't know how much he'll play today..
"holda." Discussed on FT News
"Relentless and brutal even by pneumatic auto, executives standards. But he also has this sort of cultural dexterity that allows him to work in a very Japanese organization, Anna ferry French organization and all of that local operations at the same time and the way that he's historically run. The alliance has never been to foster a strong deputy if you look at any of the senior executives within Reynaud onus. None of them are in a position where they could take over directly from mister gold in the central global role. Anyone who has ever within the business and showed a degree of promise in that they will left, and they now run other car companies kind missed a golden was portrayed in Japan as a kind of super hero for rescuing the sun. How is the media handling his full from grace? I think there has been genuine shock both inside Japan and media about this abrupt down. Fall of really one of the most successful foreign executives in Japan. Mr. goon has enjoyed a rock star status in Japan as the savior of Nissan when the company was facing bankruptcy fears in the late nineteen ninety s but I think people are actually looking at this incident and taking it as an opportunity to actually reassess. Mr. goons legacy in what kind of value that Mr. goon had actually brought to the company p to is Mr. Jones career now over can you come back from this? And regardless of that will slightly to be his legacy. I think it's very difficult to see a way the call us. Go is able to come back at least to his position miss a lot of the language that was used in the press conference was very final. It's very difficult to see him coming back seventy while Sakala is in charge of Nissan uncertain until these allegations that have been made against him off cleared, but I think whatever happens to him in terms of his departure. From the businesses. His legacy is going to be undeniable in that he grew the alliance into the Tyson is today, he pushed into new technologies on many of the other car companies in the world with following renault-nissan in that pursuit of electric. 'cause in some of that Vic who strategies I think the fact that Reynaud decided that he needed to step aside, certainly does raise questions about whether or not he's able to come back that will depend largely on. What happens with the Tokyo? Prosecutors nauseam what charges they bring in an how they find mystic own. But even if he does depart never to return to the industry his impact on the hold liberal industry is going to be felt for many decades to come. That was may Thome breakaway took me to Kana in a gun. He pizza Campbell and Vanessa holda. Thanks for listening. We'll be back with another news feature tomorrow..
"holda." Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"This is the mind that has cathedral a large church rather built underground they're out of salt and statues out of salt as well as just being commercial mind, and they talked about how the mind worked commercially as well as having this, beautiful sculptures and things. I thought it was a great trip. And I think most people enjoyed it. We did have one holdout and that was Derek who headed off instead to Chester Hove. I had went to Chester holda. Will you guys went to the salt mine? And I guess they that just a Hobo is a kind of a hidden. Gem for crackle, like I'm sure a lot of people will be like, yes salt mines the thing that comes to mind, but just a Hobo was quite interesting trip into religion worshipped versus fanaticism how much wealth this kind of area has versus the relative seemingly poor -ness of the places. I cried outside it the whole complex is actually quite lavish and beautiful. The story of the relic of just a whole of this is the black Madonna. The abridged version painting was made and they would put these things over the top of it. And they would all of these pilgrims would come and adore in it with like jewels and gold and all of this stuff. So it ends up coming to Poland. And these thieves decide. Oh, lots of jewels gold that let steel that. So they come. They raid the place steal, the Madonna and beat up the monks who regarding her and Charlie outside of town. They rip the jewels and gold off of her and tear, the painting into three pieces and leave it off the side of the road and run off with all the jewels will the month catch up to it like a day later and have some of the best restoration people try and put it back together. And this person that restored it left the two scars on the face of the Madonna as like a reminder of what had happened. So they still saying out this. I don't know what you would call it, actually. But it's her dress, and they change it depending on the season or the event all these gills, but the whole building's are really quite cool. And the one thing that I guess I thought was the most interest. Meeting which is maybe a little bit more macabre than most people will go there to see on the second floor of the one cathedral where they have the main masses at. Air is like an open balcony courtyard. They and they've got these paintings that depict Jesus Christ in modern settings, and modern kind of tragic settings these have really dark modern feel and if you're trying to think in terms of Jesus was alive, and it was wonderful then and now it's a little bit of everything's gone to hell, they were really striking. And I remember just spending time they're looking at it in going. Yeah. I can totally imagine. If Jesus was around during the holocaust, which I was one of the settings that that would be how he would look and feel in that moment, and it was either just really powerful paintings for me. And at that point we gun in van, and we headed towards Budapest, but to get to Budapest it takes a while from Krakow. And so we made one stop and we made a stop in Slovakia for lunch at yet. Another. A UNESCO world heritage site Banska St. avenue and Benson. Steve neca was a mining center in Slovakia. We just happened to get there on a day when there was a festival going on. And there were a lot of people who were wearing their mining uniforms, which I wasn't expecting to see their kids singing in the little tiny town square. So it was a wonderful little stop in just a little peek into Slovakia before we were onto Budapest..
"holda." Discussed on 850 WFTL
"No, man. I mean, those are the real things that that happen, right? And grandma if you're listening, my wife is the problem. Because your relatives in Mexico or not listening. I hope they're not listening. Okay. Got it. All right. We can move on. Now, we can you put a different hat on. We got to put the different add on it. It's gotta be wise guy. Correspondent craig? Okay. All right. Okay. Because we had the news Paul Manafort the old Trump game. Metaphor pleaded guilty today. Be reached a plea agreement that involves cooperating with special counsel, Robert Muller. This can be true bits. Let's let's him allow or allows him rather to avoid a second trial. Okay. There's a cooperate cooperation agreement with prosecutors who are investigating whether any Trump associates played a role in Russia's meddling into twenty sixteen. Why should we all know what? Bob Muller is investigating it. Well, at least we think we know what he's investigating seemed like they were going after Paul Manafort Michael Cohen for things that have nothing to do with Russian collusion. You know, the seems to be a breaking news story. You're talking about a lot. I was brought in about an hour ago. We gotta talk, and I've been told that I have to come in here and do something. I I apologize. For the emotions that got the better of me when this story first broke. Now, it's hard for me. It's not easy to talk about no apology necessary to explain why might have gotten a little bit, man. Paulie? I thought was the guy the kind of guy that you'd let date your sister. That's the kind of do that. I thought was like you wouldn't be thrilled about it when he found out, but you'd accept it. And now, he's the kind of guy that would step out and your sister. You gotta go make him make sure to know that he shouldn't do that. Okay. Just so you know, like headlines right now. Drudge Manafort flips next one full cooperation with Muller holda pleads guilty to conspiracy charges and then details, but the last lime then Rudy Giuliani saying no danger. Good.
"holda." Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"Sicer via stakes high absolutely so there wasn't really a question of people saying what what women i because we read ended the repet said gather my trump to shifted paypal and to communicate very clearly said well one of the reasons i asked that sinai's differently my communication i went from taking the grant teaching area and i had to be more of a disciplinarian as well usually on the mat i'll give people quite a bit of spice today they're being but some can pull out and hurt themselves really seriously they do their own thing in the mavericks of much more on that note we're all doing this can choose this option if that doesn't sui but he had to experiment and play around like this is what we do nothing yeah you know that's not necessarily easy transition but i find a quasi steam to be that group focus holda people are distracted or yeah you're saying there i haven't done area but i can imagine you definitely won't people falling at sometimes it's i won't pay to feel safe well i'll use a ton of voice that strong but yes sometimes accidentally decide how feeling don't do that drizzle obsession of us that tone of voice in my head but then we'll saving thinking oh maybe that person needed that slightly at times i would agree piloting just to relate what you see about the scuba diving in once you've given the instruction shape that the receipt the instruction on just thinking maybe and an yoga that's not always that clear with the receive your instruction pacing once as of done the movement that you have requested but i guess they as the possibility that initially received the instruction with full intent saigal give general instruction to modify he had an injury and you can't be sure someone's modifying injury they genuinely haven't undisturbed the next phase of the movement mississippi toiling something quite different yet yeah i mean i think.
"holda." Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Financial planner and the ceo of johnson brunetti the official wealth management partner of the yukon huskies we're talking now about getting older and wiser there's an old saying an old adage that says ages the price of wisdom so let's talk about how maybe that applies to the financial world joanna i'm sure you've probably seen this with your parents as they've gotten older they've gotten wiser and you know they've always been older than you so they have always been wiser than you because they've always had that head start on your age wise but i'm sure you've seen their wisdom evolve with age too you know as i mentioned earlier my son got married and so my mom and dad were out for the wedding and i was talking to my mommy i somehow i can't remember how i got into this fascinating conversation with her and i just started asking her what was it like when you were growing up she was born in nineteen thirty thirty four dad was born in thirty six mama's burning thirty four her father my grandpa pete was an immigrant that came over here on a boat from norway made his way up to minneapolis after you have come through ellis island his sponsor family was from minneapolis and so right smack dab in the middle of the depression he married my grandma holda who came off of a farm in colfax wisconsin and they had four kids my mom was the second of those four kids i started asking my mom bad were definitely on the lower income scale into their late twenties early thirties i will never have that perspective so that kind of wisdom love hearing stories like that because i can glean from somebody telling me a story like that but i will never go through that now we see this with our clients our clients change their perspective as they get older and they changed the ideas of what money and wealth mean to them as they get older when you're young and you're trying to accumulate money many times money sort of becomes a scorecard and you're buying a bigger house and maybe you get to drive nicer cars which are great those are the rewards of hard work and and.
"holda." Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Airtel with moving forward he talks very tranquil so i was he was member i e i think he was a hypnotized me the fucking believe all lulled you with his dumb is what else you got for us did you see any movies lately you know yes or no i saw all you know what i saw arthouse fucking shitty fling no man no avengers menthol avengers i like it i loved it i liked it to a lot it was in the bar for seven minutes to start that's why he loved it i saw detroit too did you see detroit it's a little older but no i want to see a quiet place put it at shitty everybody's got to be quiet or as the monsters here is that the one yeah i wanna see the good hearing everybody's quiet also somebody the kid drops over a fucking lego and you'd be dead driving a second thanks i cannot survive i have a quiet place frost literally across the state here tell me that you think i could it be quiet to save my life if there was stirs folk those bounces better fucking be able to protect themselves all shoulders off to me jaime don't doubt me jim holda a dean thomas i'm going to be so stupid i'll get it be listened to me dean i'm gonna be forty four this saturday are you really i am i accept gifts the all you could send it to one of my schools or something all right i finished twentieth.
"holda." Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"The welcome center right but they're certainly not out of the woods yet because it's revealed that the the raptors are loose all of the doors are unlocked and someone needs to go back to the main power shed turned the fucking power back because sammy l classic holda samuel l hold onto your butts yeah says we're where you're going pass like an amazing this this is toys in this bill this is the the moment this is the moment where he's like really hard core debating he's like look i can shut it shut everything down in reading everything reboots but that's it but i don't wanna do it because as a huge park and everything might not turn back on and fuck we need new back i hate hackers there's a lot of hate on hackers this you did say the magic were okay so let's we need to talk about this or a second his this thing gift yes it's like jib jab a nation computers just head on a clip art elvis costume this just being like oh and it's just the magic word in the movie like backer hacker shit i'm like that's clip art shit that's not hacker shit and also this is the newman would be like one of the four chance trolls if he were alive today newman nejra and this this this is also when he he you see samuel jackson he gives like a whole performance where one he doesn't take a cigarette out of his mouth.
"holda." Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired
"Okay i want you to think of multiple page magazine and i know you are laughing at because you say how can we know what a catalog is but i'm gonna tell you some you hadn't seen one like these you all remember those department stores i mean those things seem like they were two thousand pages but i'll never forget mama hogan telling me to go through that magazine that catalog and pick out some things that i liked now looking back i'm sure she said pick out a few things that i might like for christmas but you know oh how it is with our kid bring in my kid brain i translated her phrase into this vip's listen she said go through and pick out some things that i liked my kid brain translation go through that catalog and circle holda stuff you won't for christmas and i ain't gonna lie my little kid brain got so excited because i also translated it another step further vip's i'm telling myself i know not only did i circle everything that i liked in my brain i was also circling everything that i would be getting bless my little hogan heart so you can imagine i'm laying on the floor with a big giant magic marker i mean it took two hands to hold this bad boy circling every item that caught my eye i mean you wouldn't have thought i was balancing the budget the way that i had red marks all over the page i can remember humming and happy and circle and almost like two hundred and fifty items at some.
"holda." Discussed on KGO 810
"It for you not to covered all you did withdraw tension to yourself yana that strikes me as maybe may be something insidious maybe just incompetence for discouraging raanan farrell i don't although i want details i'm nbc fired him the way they did to keep these details from coming out the way they usually to usually the details come out and that forces somebody to react cbs fires charlie rose in the details come out harvey weinstein finally gets fired by his company when the details come out nimby see new oil it's going to lead to his firing look graduate before the details come out and made whales don't come out so people want realize how thoroughly we overlooked thoroughly disgusting behavior the accuser as no reason not to speak out i get the idea she hasn't sign any confidentiality agreement on embassy insiders have already whispered to people they know in the industry i got it secondhand from them but um yeah i will get the particulars i think it a it must have been really bad or pretty damned bad and be like nbc said mysteriously we have reasonably if it was not isolated well there because like no on that their competitor cbs early show who lost main anchor charlie rose last week noro donal had there were some coach round of herve referring to charlie rose is the ladies man that he was wellknown for he's always gotta you know a different hot woman he's gone out to dinner with but there's a difference between you know you're coworker you know dates a lot of hot checks and you know you're opening up your rober crawl on top of moral that sort of stuff right so i wonder if maybe that's what was going on nbc they all knew that he was he was into the chicks they didn't know he's doing this stuff because savannah got three indonesia and holda and now roker they all seemed genuinely shocked at his firing right side right hey sean did you get that hilarious comedy bit i sent you the email asking for the audio yes it was a do you have that her uh yeah i believe this is that right here yeah i got a set it up i well no good this setup is a guy carrying a bunch of coffee is a passing by matt lauer in the.
"holda." Discussed on Rocket
"And then for us because we're covering all of those things like okay so not someone is reviewing assassins carried seven it were all like looking at it for opportunities to rate other stories that aren't the review like there there are so many like we're doing that for every single one of these enormous things and it's really fun uh but oh my god i have so busy history he owner that is so insane it it it's like that's hind that like you know who was it with sony had that the playstation event during the apple of vince oh ho that was terrible why did they do that to me so occupy about when the new wolfensohn comes out i'm thinking about lay make you twitch channel and then just like playing all through wolfensohn in light beating the crap out of nazis in holda answer on twitch he shows gala i mean wouldn't that be great lick watch me chainsaw this nazi robot here i think that would be a good fundraise i mean i would donate ponca i'm serious i will i will throughout your campaign do it also was do it let's do it they gave his motto ridiculously tonsil it's utter as like it's astounding 'cause you know it had to have been in production for longer than latest last year when of national unity parade another year topic i'm sure that when they at first idea came about and they were like.
"holda." Discussed on The Cryptoverse
"And that's not to mention that using the blood moon crypto platform means you've effectively reduce your eye in at your information technology and you'll legal infrastructure costs the near enough zero or effectively zero now that will lower barriers to entry issued increased competition and then ultimately that results in high quality service fully invest as themselves so the button moon software platforming charge fees to the investment funds that hosted on it and then the fund managers intend will charge fees to the investors that's a fairly typical fee structure four fund management so there's nothing new that now he says either one hundred percent of the fees the platform generates i got to be distributed among owners of bmc tokens yes right one hundred percent of the fees sounds good but there is a catch which is you have to be registered as what they call a continuous contributor and that means you're required to choose a role to perform as in like development aspects so they wanna incentivize people to help them develop the platform and if are a bmc token holda your incentivized to do so because you've got a vested interest and that doesn't mean you have to be a software developer mind you you might be say up promoter of the platform legal adviser oil any one of a number of of the role that they plan to announce later in addition to that demand for bmc tokens is going to come from the fact that if you want to if you're an investment adviser and you want to create will manage a fund on the platform you have to deposit a specified number of bmc tokens.