21 Burst results for "Holloman"
"holloman" Discussed on Around the Horn
"This year started on the other side so that was kind of cool and of course the first time doing it. And you start bringing up named bobo holloman and stuff as the last guy to do on his first you get to say of. The other names was pompous. Joe did eighteen go public story. Yeah look i want to just agree with everything. Jay said because i agree that the pitching landscaping major league baseball so tilted towards pitchers this. I just don't want to be the one guy on this panel who is saying something after a first career. Start no hitter so that this guy maybe looking at a screen in the clubhouse and sees no one said you are just said. I don't wanna be the guy but you don't have to think it's as impressive as the claim suggests it should be you. Don't yeah yeah. I'm sorry tyler. I show of around the award. Pablo ramona shelburne. I career major league stars no hitter. That's unimpressive it's absolutely present. Because he was on a pitch count he was only supposed to throw eighty five pitches in this corey lavelle looked over in his bullpen coach. Mike fetters and better if he's got a no hitter going. You'd better not think about that. This is first career starting. Tory said okay. I'm going to let him go. A hundred pitches pitches. He ended up throwing a hundred and two hundred. The number one pick in the draft. You know he's a guy who's pounds to ramp up and everything and that's that makes it more institute that this could happen. Any paul man diamondbacks his jones meet book don day and bump us four joe wildly passion shell showdown two minutes later.
Tyler Gilbert Makes First MLB Start at Age of 27 and Throws No-Hitter
"First. Start in the major saturday night. Tyler gilbert of the arizona diamondbacks threw a no hitter. Tyler is only the fourth pitcher in baseball history to pitch a no no in his first big league. game bobo. holloman was the last back in nineteen fifty three even more remarkable. Tyler didn't play any organized ball last year. Kovic shut down the minor so he spent his summer throwing to an old high school coach and doing electrical work with his father to make money. After saturday nights outing he told reporters. I'd rather be doing this than pulling wires. No offense dad. Tyler was also the eighth. No hitter of the season tying a record set back in eighty. Four
D-Backs' Gilbert Throws No-Hitter in First Career Start
"He just his first major league start Tyler Gilbert tossed a record tying eighth no hitter this season leading the dina backs to a seven nothing win over the Padres just incredible I mean it was just one of those days I just I don't know who it is like a I know balls we're gonna head around but they're gonna hit you guys and I was making good pitches I mean it was it was just kind of a a rush the whole time he's the third major league pitcher to throw a no hitter in his first start and the first is bobo Holloman of the Browns in nineteen fifty three it's the first time since eighteen eighty four the eight no hitters have been thrown in the season drew Ellis belted a three run Homer to cap Arizona's five run first Josh VanMeter provided three of the Diamondbacks fifteen hits I'm Dave very
"holloman" Discussed on The Moratorium
"So Ryan nicholson did the special effects makeup for dream catcher okay Scary movie three against him. I guess. well blade. Trinity is in their news. Hold that against him. That might be the only good thing about that. Movie was did have critical special effects. He did the special effects for it. Waits and i had to watch the trailer for this because i. I've never seen it but i remember seeing the cover. The monster on the cover does not give enough credit to what the monster in the movie is. Okay hated the special effects. Makeup on hollow man two okay. I don't think i've ever seen helmeted. I've seen holloman one and i enjoyed it. Had hollow man two is christian slater and maybe that's why it's really holy shit. Yes and he is the tischler hollow man in that one. that's way creepy than kevin bacon. I think i would much rather have kevin bacon pervy out on me being naked than holloman three should just be david spade dislike any girls somebody fund that movie. I'm surprised they haven't made that already. So anyway ryan nicholson. He is written and directed a handful of things. he's probably most notably from the movie. Gutter balls okay. I don't think i've seen it. I haven't either and i wonder why i don't know i know what it is. I've i've came very close to watching it before if that counts. I mean how many bowling alley horror movies are there. Yeah only one. That i can think of right off the top my well maybe another one because he did gutter balls to. Oh which is named balls deep. Let me remind you that. When i was in a bowling league are league name was balls to heap. Well putting that out there. I mean you had to pick one. I didn't pick it. It's a really. I just wanted to touch on ryan nicholson's career he. He died unfortunately he passed. Oh wow from the at a real young age Believe from brain cancer so him really brought the podcast really brought him but the movie famine of shit. It's a lock in at a high school. All of these people are in their early thirties. all the it is not well written. I think it's because it's trying to be camp right. Yeah like that. We're kind of try to strike a balance in like shark nato and stuff where bright. You're not laughing at their stupid jokes. You're laughing at the fact that they made those stupid jokes..
"holloman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Into your pension for many restaurant owners has already been used, so they have no more. Ah, fat on their skin has known, of course. Good. They've got nothing left. Now, if you're saying that the government aren't conducting their policy following the science, Is there any science that you can point to saying there isn't any scientific evidence that the hospitality sector is a major vector of infection? Yes, there is, And that is actually the scientific Evidence being put forth by the same people that they've been listening to all along. So why did they suddenly changed their policy over this particular case into the hospitality area? Right? Okay. I hear what you're saying with. However, on the other side, we're looking at a public health disaster. Was a lot of people who are going to think actually, it's a bit irresponsible to push to open up to get people to go in bars. Regardless of what you say about the scientific evidence. It doesn't look good. You're not going to get that much public sympathy are you at this moment when everyone is suffering? But there was there was AH poll conducted in the media, and usually they have a group of like 35,000. The peer reviews, and 60% says, Since the restaurant owners have been trying so hard, they have changed their bars. They have kept 1.5 M distance. They have done everything to follow all the policies and actually, there's only one point everybody knows in this country. That 1.8% of contamination is only conducted in restaurants, whereas there's so many other areas, so it's very irresponsible Teas. For the government to keep AH, the Dutch owned casinos. They get they they can stay open so that this is in proportionality. People are feeling in this country that this this is disproportional to the restaurant owners. And, of course, the restaurant owners. They'll say, We've done everything and the numbers show that we have been actually doing so well. That instead of Chloe's, they're closing us down way should be able to keep the economy going, because don't forget that the way I hear what you're saying is then that's That's an argument for opening rather than closing, which is the basis of the legal Challenge. Holloman, lawyer representing 70 restaurant Cafe owners, who are going to court in the Netherlands. That will be watched with great interest here in the UK because there was a deadline of midday today, the mayor of man to the Greater Manchester area, Andy Burnham, has been given that deadline by the government to say we want to put you Into this lock down the Tier three locked down in the UK, which would close bars, cafes and restaurants effectively from serving indoors, so they will be watching that court court case with great interest..
Richard McSpadden from AOPA on how he got into aviation
"Where did your first interest in aviation start off? Yeah. It came really from my dad when my dad turned it was roughly in in his forties early forties. My mom gave him a present of a flight lesson off and he took that I was about high school college at the time. And he immediately took to it. He just loved it as my mom knew he would and I watched him go through that and saw the planning at the kitchen table and all that and I thought man that that looks like a lot of fun and he encouraged me through the years kind of nudge me to look at flying you thought I would enjoy it thought I would you know be good at it and I'm really thankful that he did that's kind of where it came a little bit late for me in life. But that's kind of where it came from that is a little bit later than most people we talked about. I one of my good friends in college that he was the same way. He entered ROTC with me and his whole goal was I think he wanted to be a lawyer in the Air Force song You Had a scholarship in for like English or something cuz you did really well in school and he decided that he thought this flying thing would be super cool. So 18 plus years later. He still find fighters on active duty package. So I think maybe there's something to it for those of you who are trying to go that route maybe delay that passion. I gotta do this. I gotta do this you won't put as much pressure on yourself and wage. Actually grow into a little bit better and next thing, you know, you're the you're the lead of the of the Thunderbirds. So we've us through just how you're active duty career piece together to get you to kind of where you are, New Jersey. Yeah. So I was ROTC like you were and came out of University of Georgia and went to Advanced Air Force Base in Enid Oklahoma and back that time, you know, you everybody flew to 37th and then everybody Flutie 38 sand somewhere in there. They would decide they had to be far qualified and they would take like whatever persuasion they would make that far qualified and if you made that cut you were able to choose what you want to go fly next. I think they do a lot differently now, but and then it was it was a pretty brutal process everybody knew your rank order of the class and that was publicized well known and they would put the airplanes up that were available and you know pilot number one in the class. What do you want and need to look at the list of all the classes and birth Take whatever class he wanted and our our airplane and then you know on the number two number two, what do you want? Right so through that process. I got very fortunate and I flew the F-15. That's the place. I really wanted to fly. And from there. I flew and kadena and came back and did Holloman Air Force Base for a long time was the F-15 demo pilot for a while really enjoyed that bath and then moved to the ranks. Like a lot of people went back to the schoolhouse top there in the F fifteen for a while fluid Langley for a while and then moved onto the Thousand Birds, you know about about the time. I I think I was an Ops officer at Tyndall and release came out about okay. It's time to hire a new round of Thunderbird pilots. And one of them this year's team lead position. If you're an operations officer and you meet all these calls and you're interested, you know, put your package in and so that's kind of you know in short where my career went. I did have that middle stint. You know when you're on active duty job. Want you to do the career broadening thing. Oh, yeah, and so, you know rightfully so my boss was really trying to look out for my career and he was pushing me to go to the Pentagon and take a staff to her and just thought he didn't want to do that. So I went and found my my own little assignment flying King airs in the Philippines and just had a ball doing that my wife and I went we were I was an assistant at a shame that we had three King airs in the Philippines at the time. So my job was to sort of manage that Fleet and be the chief sort of instructor of you know, the 06 has and the other people that would apply to King air bag and that was just an absolute ball. I just I can't say enough about the king you are and what a fantastic airplane that is you say stuff like that and that makes me go. Yeah, I I've had friends who've done similar type jobs, right and I always say man. I just I learned about all these things the day after I make a decision and go for something else. It's like every significant wage Yeah,
"holloman" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show
"He has you know he's certain things employee said he wouldn't going against his word in certain respects his shock horror politicians size one thing to get elected and does something else after gets elected. No Shit Sherlock. But you've got to wonder if he does get elected for a second Serb. What's he going to start doing? It might give him the green light work. I've got away with that. There was great uprising. There let's just keep going on pushing on driving this issue. Holloman infringing even further only time will tell in terms of what the impact is right. Hit the slim pickings of both of these guys seem to be impeding liberties biden suddenly more potentially than than trump but it remains to be seen. What exactly happened If by does get him so they go. That is today's episode. Thank you for listening. Please do share the word about this. Podcast really appreciate those of you have done that. OF C. You can subscribe anytime if you get to. Michael Shank Michael Chinese show dot com. If I can even say nine turning. It's Joe Biden Michael. Cheney showed DOT com. You can see a button that to subscribe and download the only episodes either to you iphone android or spotify. If you prefer and of see these various things you'll see of mine on facebook where you can share the zone. Just tell people got old fashioned word of mouth all right now. I will see you on the next episode. You've been listening to the Michael. Chaney show create your own wealth and protected against taxation turmoil and tyranny over at Michael Chamie DOT com..
"holloman" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast
"The Over the last probably six months or so of lost twenty pounds so I just on stick on that. Get Nice Heck added for Chris to point out my ten year old has beat resins twice. Nice these way better than you already more games than you are. I knew that I knew that. The average ten year old doesn't have to screaming babies at home either that we're trying to or traumatised. Does his microphone Kit. We and we've been playing overwatch overwatch with us. We're working on microphone etiquette. Okay I think my resolution is to spend more time with my kids and less time with you fuckers. All how do I love you guys. But I spend too much time playing video games so at this point taking allegations for or a new if asked bad monkey be risky. Drone with risky risky asking monkey drone cheddar drone chatter be Holloman drone. Could be no. What are those things called? Assassination a Wilson drone. Oh yeah hey risky. Are Those Wilson. Kills GonNa do it okay on that. He finally got him now. She's got to do chopper gutters all man so on that note. You know how she got John. I don't you know if you were there. She out. The Wilson Kills we're on piccadilly right and she's on the other team my mic. Mike Risky I'll help you out. Where are you at? She's like arcade and she's all paranoid that I'm GONNA go killer. I'm like okay. I'm GonNa give you a Wilson and I'm just GONNA run into it so that's how she got quite.
"holloman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The Democrats opposed it, but get this. So did the AARP why because they make a lot of money. Other than the fact that they make mega millions selling supplemental insurance plans. Sure now, they're on board with the Democrats protecting PM's while sticking seniors and others with higher drug costs. It's enough to make you sick. So get the facts, go to true healthcare, facts dot com. True healthcare, facts dot com. That's true healthcare, facts dot com. Let's start another conversation. Don't worry. I'm going to get to the president of media matters this slimeball, I'll get to him in our three. Capitalism and socialism, we're back to Elizabeth Warren. Who conned her way? Through school through law school. To get a professorship. And of course, she's walking free. Running for president. She's on the morning schmo show. And she explains how capitalism and socialism marry each other. And she's asked a question by gas. They'll ham guest. Headache, eight go. You were asked just on Sunday by John Holloman on the circus. If you're a who said, yeah, I'm a capitalist. We know how you feel about new government programs. Things are going to add their how do you explain where you are on the question of capitalism socialism, and where do they marry each other? So I believe in markets. That's what this whole point about tech is all about I see the benefits that markets can produce a love the fact that there is zillion people out there to -veloping new apps or starting new businesses or trying to second line. I think that's fabulous. I think it's great that little businesses are trying to get to be medium.
"holloman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Time and. Somebody was lying there on a beach was on the beach who is on the on the road to the side of the road in the big ten. Stuck into the quote sand on clothes and Lyon, a recliner chair just getting some sun like he was on the beach. That's what it looks like it's exactly what it looks like we will jumped down in slide down it because it's so high. Clear out those wrote. It's it it's really phenomenal looking for for sure. But you know, what I gotta tell you. I had a weird vibe. When I was there. It just it was weird something not right about it. I'm just that's why it grabbed me when I saw what were you saying near Holloman Air Force base. Well, Buchanan's place was about maybe fifteen minutes away from it. I guess so Los Alamos. Yeah. Right there, Los Alamos, Los Alamos. Hollman airforce base. Okay. All right. All right. I'm trying to I can't even think of the name of his little town there now. So, but we were right there. Yeah. Is amazing to me. Just amazing. But when I saw that you said there was proof in white sands. I of these green lights tell me about the green light specifically there. I've.
"holloman" Discussed on The Film Vault
"I'm gonna call him Steve Schmidt and more scared. Yeah. It's definitely it's definitely Schmidt. And it was good. If you have HBO go, and you got nothing else to do with your life. You see every movie out right now. Put it on a ringing door goes down, pretty smooth. Yeah. It goes down is worth seeing. It's. Never board. It was in. You know, exactly who actually you don't. I I was actually found myself rooting for her. And I wanted her to make better decisions. I wanted her to be less. Hateful. And I don't know. I don't know how hard they were on her. And maybe he has a vindictive edition against it. In the movie they bought heads quite a bit. You know, he's he's very traditional. I remember the scene with the concession speech. Remember is like John McCain's going to go out and give the how about I give onto is like, I literally never been done this. This is a sacred moment in political, you know. In our in our politics. So the book is written by a guy named John Holloman? Okay. So what not import? Here's the thing. When it comes to. I wish you would have more relevant movies. Well, I have one coming up about the last election to it's called even more game. Change game changing came change. And how came changed? Okay. Let's go come up next. We will go over the top five hotels places. We would would not like to stay..
"holloman" Discussed on The MindMill
"Let's try to take the pain out of it. So they started doing things like have you heard of twilight sleep? It's Apollo Holloman. And morphine I think so they would right. They would drug these women to where they were just out of control. They weren't really present in their bodies would strap them down forceps deliveries, and they would be out of their mind with hysteria, which is such a sexist word, by the way, well, because hysterectomy hysteria means like crazy woman frenzy. But they were literally hysterical. Okay. And then the scopolamine makes them forget. So they had these like black periods of not even knowing what happened to them muddy. Yeah. No, the most powerful experience of their life. And then of course, we can't really talk about childbirth without talking about breastfeeding. Then these post World War Two doctors are like formulas better controllables better measurable better. So they introduced all these artificial feeding methods that were completely substandard. Now that we know a lot of it was economically driven as well. Yeah. Probably like sell the. Right. So you know, we just completely took the power out of a woman's Nate ability to birth and feed her child completely like devastated it, and so then we're like super medical is here at this point. Then we kind of get into like more kind of the has been coached childbirth, Bradley method when did this I would say early eighties probably seventies too early eighties. Maybe a little more like, hey, guess what? You don't actually have to be knocked out and strapped down to have your baby. And so we started the natural childbirth movement around that time, maybe more like seventies. It may have tied in a lot with the movement. Right, right. I totally recognize these feminists actions. But I know that a lot of people would disagree with that. So then we're kind of like at least we're starting this idea that there's an alternative way to have your baby when I had my son in ninety seven the C section rate was at an all time low. So it definitely. Had an impact. Well, and let me say this, even when we were super medical is over in the post World War Two stuff. It wasn't necessarily that C-section rates were going up. It was just really controlled. And so definitely things kind of improved. But then we have kind of swung back to the surgical birth. So right now in this country. We're talking about an average C-section rate of about almost thirty three percent. And so to think about the fact that if you go into a hospital, you have a third of a chance of having a C section. That's like kind of mind blowing it's really regional. It's really hospital by hospital. I think Colorado's probably closer to twenty five percent. We're definitely not on the worse end of the spectrum. But there's places in the south where hospitals have fifty percents C-section rates. So then we kind of moved back over here to this interval of model..
Trump administration to send U.S. cellphones a test alert on Thursday
"And get somebody just texted me and said, you better watch it about informing people how to disable amber alerts and all that on on your phone because we operate at the pleasure of the FCC. Unlike other businesses, accept airlines and things like that that that operate under the the view the FAA. Our license is granted, and I know first amendment Schmertz amendment. You don't have a right to just put up a stick at six forty amplitude modulations six hundred forty kilohertz and start broadcasting rust. You can't do that. If c c regulates that and also regulates things that go out of my pie hole into this microphone right there. And so I'm going to back off on informing you, but if you want to you can just do a Google search for disable alerts IOS, Android, you know, whatever it's actually pretty simple. But anyway, I'll get to the Russia. China thing let's kind of a deal. But I I guess this is a lot more serious than than I thought it is. It is a it's a done deal here. It's going to happen on Thursday, the very first presidential alert. The Trump administration is going to send all US cellphones. Attest alert on Thursday. The Trump administration will send a message to all US cell phones on Thursday to test a previously unused alert system that aims to warn the public about national emergencies. The message will bear the headline presidential alert the Federal Emergency Management agency or fee Ma said in a statement this week the phones will make loud tone and have a special vibration said FEMA, which will send the alert the test message, which will be at two eighteen PM eastern daylight time that would be eleven eighteen AM Pacific standard time in Los Angeles on Thursday at eleven eighteen AM, you will get a message were they super special vibration, and it will read quote all caps. This is a test. The normal case of the national wireless. Emergency alert system. No action is needed close quote. The test has been scheduled to ensure that the alert system would work in the event of national emergency US cellphone users will not be able to opt out so start the freaking out at this point. I you know, that the people from the far left and the far-right are gonna this is red meat. This is absolute red meat. And like I said the back story here is that. This debate took place in the fifties. And the sixties about should we have a national A-Bomb alert. Should there be one day just like they did in the Soviet Union, and they do in China till this day? Should it be one day? Everybody goes into a bunker. They they find out where the nearest bunker the workplace or they're tiny dreary little apartment in Moscow is and all that we never did that never did. Because it it the in the end behind closed doors between the Pentagon and President Eisenhower. The the whole thing was what's the point? There used to be you can still see to this day around Los Angeles that that upside down pyramid that gold upside down pyramid. And it says CD civil defense. Civil defence used to be a big deal. There were there were you had blocked captains and things like that was sort of an outgrowth World War Two. And then it went away for a long time. It's still maintain. Paned? There were these bunkers, and they had long term storage for fresh water and all this, but you know, no Cold War anymore since Ninety-one ish. Decreased nuclear threat, we really haven't recharge civil defense. We haven't worked out the civil defense muscle. And part of the reason like I say was because the powers that be said is it worth the conspiracy theorists in the panic? You know, what are we getting out of this? If we did this it would be expensive people would take a hours off from work in. What what really is is the purpose. What are we getting out of it? So we never did that. And then like I say we also for the same reason the the Russians sent. People at their workplaces and at homes, this this vitamin called potassium iodate because it can it helps people in the aftermath of a nuclear war shed radiation that they might be absorbed. We never did it because there is a vocal tiny minority that starts screaming. What does the government know? How come? They're not telling us, they must know something. No one would just do this. And that and that's the reason. And by the way, you you want the latest evidence of that. Why is the FBI taken over that solar observatory in Albuquerque New Mexico outside of Holloman Air Force, but we'll get to that a little later. But that's absolutely this evidence of that FEMA camps. Remember those FEMA camps. So the president is going to do this for the first time ever. He's ordered at FEMA is going to do it for the first time ever on Thursday. You cannot opt out of it. And between now. And then you you watch everything from. From. I'm thinking of I'm trying to think of some very far left websites. Daily Cho's up in the bay area. Huge huge liberal website. That this is Trump's abuse of power. He must know something. And also, why would he be doing this? If he didn't intend to go to nuclear war with the North Koreans point in fact, if if an ICBM if they wash on fifteen or forty of them one of them with an actual nuke at thirty nine of them decoys they were launched from North Korea on a ballistic path towards the United States. You would be getting that presidential alert. If as long as it's somewhere on the laminate as long as someone somewhere said, oh, yeah. That's that's right thing. Number twelve alert the American people, but but this is the part where when you war game at and we're talking about a missile with a forty five minute time of flight to the east coast and about a thirty nine minute time of flight here, the west coast, and in the they go through all the procedures to retaliate and the whole thing. What would you be doing? I mean, you got you. You would get that alert. And by the way, just like a weather alert or an amber alert, it's not just a tone at center tone, and it can send an audio message. Some if you're driving down the seven ten to insert name of freeway here in Los Angeles area and you hear a tone. You've never heard and you can't override it. You cannot meet your phone, this overrides, your settings and a vibration, you've never heard you're you're gonna feel it felt you're gonna feel it on Thursday. And then a recorded voice of the president comes on saying an impending nuclear attack is going is targeting the California coastal cities of San Diego, Los Angeles. And San Francisco we may not even get the the current emergency broadcast system alert yet on that. But but part of the war gaming on this is why would we send that message? What are you gonna do? What would you do pull over and get under an overpass? Something mean, what would you do? What what what good is knowing? You call and say so long love you, man. But that's the other problem. You know, what would go down a second after that presidential alert the cell system. So my bold prediction eleven eighteen AM on Thursday. The first presidential alert is going to be
"holloman" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"So automated gets a nice representation. We can sword. I mean, they had so many singles from it and, but those three were big hits. Okay. I'm seeing some weird selections coming up. Okay. Yeah. So next up, this is fine. It's what's the frequency? Kenneth, this is fine. Absolutely. But then that's the only one from monster they put on. I think you gotta put bang and blame -solutely banging blame was a top ten hit. Yeah, it's crazy. That is bonkers. Yeah, nuts. And that's the only thing for monster. So weird, it's so very weird. Then you go to to new adventures in hi fi, and you have new test leper, bizarre. I know it's a band favourite, but not a single. It was not a single. Oh, interesting. I thought it was, but where's bittersweet me? Where's IBO the letter, the letter and bittersweet me. This is what's going on our, you're losing the plot ear. I mean, e bow the letter is was credible. It's not. It's not one that I necessarily love, but it's one that I certainly heard at the time. Yeah, on MTV and everything is so weird. New test, leper, new test leper, and then you have electrolyte, which is great. We've heard this is second appearance on this episode. Yeah. Weird. So then you go to up and this is this is the weirdest thing to me. The only song from up is at my most. Beautiful. Yeah, no day sleeper, no days slight. Would you not put day sleeper on her crazy, very weird. I don't know. I mean, this was a single, none of them were hits really embarrassed by up at the at the time when they put this out or something. I don't know, probably just had limited space or something do sleeper on years. Weirdos agree. All right. Next up is the great beyond you gotta put it on and then the only track from reveal you have imitation of life wasn't a hit, but was certainly a single and played on MTV a hit everywhere in the world except here. Yeah, but then nothing else from reveal which you know is a bummer. And then you have bad day, which I don't know about. That was definitely a single. It was a single, but it's such a end of the world as we know it kinda rewrite, but people love it. Okay. I can see why pussy. Why I don't. I don't mind it. And then you have leaving New York from around the sun, which is the only single really of note. Got to put that on there. We're okay. Then we go to accelerate. We have two tracks from exceleron. We have, of course, the first track from living well is the best revenge. Great. And then I wasn't a seems also I would have put supernatural, super serious, definitely. But then I would have put hollow man since that was a single man was the single instead of living? Well, yeah, I don't think I think they were just living well was a single, let's cue look up the Wikipedia page for acceler. Oh, I have it right here. Holloman was they had a video and everything. The four singles were supernatural, super serious, Holloman man sized wreath. And until the day is done. But not you are a good representation? I think it's, I think it's better than the others. Yeah. Okay. Then three tracks from collapse into now, which is a little much none of them. None of them were Oberlin was as well. There are no hits there were, no, that's why I think like if you're scrimping on up, why are you putting three songs from sewage? They're, they're proud of it, but the album, it came out the same year. They put this together, so they're probably like into it. But yeah, these are great songs. Great. But in three of the six that I like. Here's my heart. Which is, what would you have put from from collapse into now from collapse into now? If you had to just wouldn't have put three on on a Representative best foot to, I'd put too. Yeah. Uber, Lynn, definitely, probably alligator. I'm not sure alligators next..
"holloman" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"So automated gets a nice representation. We can sword. I mean, they had so many singles from it and, but those three were big hits. Okay. I'm seeing some weird selections coming up. Okay. Yeah. So next up, this is fine. It's what's the frequency? Kenneth, this is fine. Absolutely. But then that's the only one from monster they put on. I think you gotta put bang and blame -solutely banging blame was a top ten hit. Yeah, it's crazy. That is bonkers. Yeah, nuts. And that's the only thing for monster. So weird, it's so very weird. Then you go to to new adventures in hi fi, and you have new test leper, bizarre. I know it's a band favourite, but not a single. It was not a single. Oh, interesting. I thought it was, but where's bittersweet me? Where's IBO the letter, the letter and bittersweet me. This is what's going on our, you're losing the plot ear. I mean, e bow the letter is was credible. It's not. It's not one that I necessarily love, but it's one that I certainly heard at the time. Yeah, on MTV and everything is so weird. New test, leper, new test leper, and then you have electrolyte, which is great. We've heard this is second appearance on this episode. Yeah. Weird. So then you go to up and this is this is the weirdest thing to me. The only song from up is at my most. Beautiful. Yeah, no day sleeper, no days slight. Would you not put day sleeper on her crazy, very weird. I don't know. I mean, this was a single, none of them were hits really embarrassed by up at the at the time when they put this out or something. I don't know, probably just had limited space or something do sleeper on years. Weirdos agree. All right. Next up is the great beyond you gotta put it on and then the only track from reveal you have imitation of life wasn't a hit, but was certainly a single and played on MTV a hit everywhere in the world except here. Yeah, but then nothing else from reveal which you know is a bummer. And then you have bad day, which I don't know about. That was definitely a single. It was a single, but it's such a end of the world as we know it kinda rewrite, but people love it. Okay. I can see why pussy. Why I don't. I don't mind it. And then you have leaving New York from around the sun, which is the only single really of note. Got to put that on there. We're okay. Then we go to accelerate. We have two tracks from exceleron. We have, of course, the first track from living well is the best revenge. Great. And then I wasn't a seems also I would have put supernatural, super serious, definitely. But then I would have put hollow man since that was a single man was the single instead of living? Well, yeah, I don't think I think they were just living well was a single, let's cue look up the Wikipedia page for acceler. Oh, I have it right here. Holloman was they had a video and everything. The four singles were supernatural, super serious, Holloman man sized wreath. And until the day is done. But not you are a good representation? I think it's, I think it's better than the others. Yeah. Okay. Then three tracks from collapse into now, which is a little much none of them. None of them were Oberlin was as well. There are no hits there were, no, that's why I think like if you're scrimping on up, why are you putting three songs from sewage? They're, they're proud of it, but the album, it came out the same year. They put this together, so they're probably like into it. But yeah, these are great songs. Great. But in three of the six that I like. Here's my heart. Which is, what would you have put from from collapse into now from collapse into now? If you had to just wouldn't have put three on on a Representative best foot to, I'd put too. Yeah. Uber, Lynn, definitely, probably alligator..
"holloman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"It was announced yesterday that the FBI is reopening their investigation into the criminal and a legal conduct of Hillary Clinton. This is the biggest political scandal since Watergate. When we win on November eight. We are going to drain the swamp. We are going to drain the swamp rain swan. If she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. Hillary is likely to be under investigation for many years, probably concluding any criminal trial. The final days of the twenty sixteen campaign amid chance of locker up Trump's closing argument to voters was as the anti-corruption candidate, remember returning Washington to the rule of law. By the way, they're still chanting lock her up at Trump rallies as recently as last night in West Virginia, but circumstances have changed for Donald Trump. Now, nineteen months in the White House, five of his closest associates by their been convicted or pleading guilty to crimes. I to supporters in congress are both now under indictment. And the president himself was implicated in a crime yesterday. So there is that joining us tonight. Two men who remember those waning days of the 2016 campaign. John Holloman MSNBC national affairs analysts co author of game change and double down. And Eli, stone calls White House reporter for the Los Angeles Times ally. I was watching you watching the clips wondering if we needed to call in counselors. I know there's a PTSD factor. What do you make of that looking at it now in the rear view mirror you were at a lot of those events which has showed right, and you have to go back and immediately. I was thinking to myself why sometimes in the moment you don't realize how how much he's projecting you don't realize exactly how ironic it will seem, how surreal that will look with two years. We're still new. That's right. But you know, you also have to remember that at that time there was in the news. The FBI had just reopened. Komi had announced that they were reopening the investigation to Hillary's Email server in the closing days of that. Pain, we all know the history, but that gave what he was saying. I think to voters at the time a or of believability for people who might have wanted to believe it. And it certainly probably depressed, Bo some votes who were considering about coming out for Clinton. So I think it was impactful now. It looks absurd, but I think at that time thinking back to it on the trail, that was the election was hanging in the balance there. And that was his closing argument. John Holloman. It's often said that on Fox News, Hillary Clinton as president and Hillary Clinton is president in Donald Trump's mind, what percentage of his base do you think cast a vote for better government for good government for cleaning up government and who do they see about that now? Well, I think there was probably more what I detected it in that period and actually all throughout the entire Trump phenomenon for may of twenty fifteen all the way through till the election day was not so much about good government and about cleaning draining the swamp. It was more about blowing up everything. Rolling. Let's rolling boarding down the, let's roll a stick a dynamite into Washington, blow it up and see which way the rubble falls. And I think they did not would not have thought that the Washington they were going to be blowing up with. So similar in so many ways in some ways, more swampy than than even imagined under Donald Trump and that the way the blowing up was going to be done under his auspices. The other thing I that you watch those clips very powerful for the reasons that Eli suggests because of the sense of projection that Trump on some level is projecting his own problems, but Hugo back a little bit play the tape back a couple of weeks before that, what you would what he was running on then was it's a rigged deal..
"holloman" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Marwat says that he has been allowed to read a confidential White House memo which is in the special prosecutor's possession, which quote explicitly states that when Trump pressured Komi he had just been told by two of his top aides, his then chief of staff Priebus and his White House counsel Don Mcgann that Michael Flynn was under criminal investigation. Last year. The Trump defense team delivered a letter to Robert baller outlining their defenses of the president on obstruction of Justice. The key element of their defense was the President Trump did not know that his national security adviser, Michael Flynn was being investigated by the FBI when the president talked to FBI director, James Comey about quote, leading Flynn, go, James Comey quotes the president as having told him. I hope you can see your way clear to letting. Go to letting Flynn go. He is a good guy. I hope you can let this go. The Trump defense team has said that it is impossible for that conversation to constitute obstruction of Justice because the president did not know that the FBI was then investigating Michael Flynn. But Murray waas is reporting that the White House memo that he read is a timeline prepared by White House counsel Don Mcgann showing every step that occurred in the White House and exactly who knew what, and when in what became the story of the firing of national security adviser, Michael Flynn, Mari, wash reports, February fifteenth memo combined with accounts given to the special counsel by Priebus and Mcgann, constitute the most compelling evidence. We yet know of the Donald yet. No of that Donald Trump may have obstructed Justice. The most compelling evidence that the president may have obstructed Justice appears to come from his own most senior and loyal aids the great. C'est threat to his presidency is not from his enemies real or perceived, but from his allies within the White House leading off our discussion. Now, John Holloman national fares analyst for NBC news and MSNBC. He's co host and executive producer of Showtime's the circus also with us. Danny Savalas, MSNBC legal contributor and Barbara mcquade former federal prosecutors. She's a professor of law at the university of Michigan. Ann, MSNBC legal contributor, and John Holloman here is the Watergate echo. It turns out the people who can do the most damage to the president work in the White House. That was absolutely true in Watergate. It was not the Democrats whose office got broken into who took down president, Nixon. It's always the case, right? And it's the case because they are the closest they are the ones who are writing things down. They're the ones that even in this chaotic White House, this White House that breaks so many norms and does so many things that are outside the bounds of what we've ever seen from White House before there are a bunch of people like Don Mcgann, and there are others like Ryan's Priebus who thought, hey, we're supposed to be do. Doing this the way other people did it. We don't really know what that is, but like things like timelines and things like paying attention to some basic rules of procedure and and some Br cut the way in which you're supposed to do stuff in the White House govern their thinking enough that it could be the thing that ends up undoing the president on this from and Barbara mcquade. It seems to have a guided, they're thinking, certainly at the beginning of the presence because this Michael Flynn story is at the beginning of the presence in it might actually be the period in the Trump presidency where people like Don Mcgann. We're operating most closely by the book possibly because they didn't realize how wild the whole place was going to become. Yeah, I think this could be a very significant factual development and you know, it has an echo of remember when there was that tweet that President Trump put out that said, I had to fire Mike Flynn because he lied to the FBI and then his lawyer. John Dowd came back very quickly and said, no, no, no. I put out that. Then I got it wrong..
"holloman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"There's also this fear of the unknown since those raids in his office and hotel room they're not sure what was seized they're not sure what could be in there what could be incriminating they feel that and they also realize that there could be potentially whether it be payments stormy daniels situation or other sort of business dealings those are things where the president could be very vulnerable as this investigation ramps up as far as the motor of you goes let's remember giuliani publicly said if you weeks ago that they would start having conversations about whether or not they would have that interview wants the north korea summit was over well as of twenty four hours or so ago that summit is over those giuliani and the rest legal team we're supposed to convene shortly to have more discussions as to whether we want to have this interview but every signal they're sending lately has been making it harder and harder for muller's team to clear the bar that would make them want trump to sit down at the moment i think it would have to be considered unlikely john holloman veteran journalist and political psychology enthusiasts i know the president went after us nbc and cnn particularly today and gave us that rare enemy of the people stamp of approval what is his mindset returning from what he saw as a spectacularly successful summit with kim jong un coming back to what he knows exist and remember i keep reminding everyone he knows what was in his lawyer's office yes well and i will point out the one thing i like most about that tweet is that we were all supposed to be distracting from the quote deal with north korea i don't know what the deal was given the nothing nothing was given by north korea to the united states any tangible significance or merits there wasn't really a deal in any case look the president i think has the part of the reason if you want to be placed i qala just i'm happy to you've invited me too so i will part of the reason the president i think put so much emphasis on this north korean summit was because it is a play for the history books that the big trophy you put up on the mantle but another part of it was.
"holloman" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"I moralist try to make his case about a white house by his own account was was really out of out of out of goodfellas and i think that disjunction continues to this day i don't think that komi is helped himself a lot with this book he does deepen our picture of donald trump a really jumped the rails in american politics but in terms of the fundamentals of this investigation it'd be surprised at the book makes makes his big differences we might have thought a month ago it would there's so many new things that have happened all the doors that opened with the rate on on michael cohen's office and and home a whole series of things that take this story in the end the difference space but komi remains we'll always be in our in our national story of this i think the moralizer the menu always talked this language about trump was shocked by trump could never figure out a way really to communicate with so here is gyms komi calling the president morley on fit to lead take a listen i don't buy the stuff about him being mentally incompetent early stages of dementia he strikes me as a person of above average intelligence tracking conversations knows what's going on i don't think he's medically unfit to be president i think he's marley fit to be president person sees marlin quivalent charlottesville talks about and treats women like they're pieces of meat who lies constantly about matters big and small and insist the american people believe it person's not fit to be president of the united states on moral grounds are president must embody respect and here to the values that are the core of this country the most important being truth this president is not able to do that he's morally unfit to be president john holloman.
"holloman" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Him because he's done he could have done that i'm gonna say he's he could a reputable career had done important work local law enforcement matters he's probably prosecuted some important cases it put some people behind bars who deserve to be behind bars so let's give the guy his do but then that's also say that he is at best a maybe a really good singlea shortstop who's being asked to pitch in the world series which is not really the thing you generally wanna do their world series he's he's someone who obviously just on the basis of what we know about him on the basis of his resume and his record is not suited to the job he's now being compelled to take on and man there's nothing almost almost more more dramatizes donald trump's difficulty with hiring a decent legal team more than not having a lawyer is having this lawyer as your main criminal defense lawyer under these circumstances now you've got me rooting for him i mean the guy that you couldn't have a bigger underdog in this story it reminds me of an invasion that jim breslin wisely made about watergate jill when he said that the night law school guys in the house representatives meaning peter dino and some of these people knocked over all those harvard law school guys that richard nixon had defending him but we will come back to andrew economy when we know more about him and i'm sure we will learn more about him harry potter pronounce his name craig letting that i'm open to suggestion harry littman joulwan banks john holloman thanks for this round of discussion really appreciate it coming up stormy daniels wants to more hours with donald trump but this time under oath also tonight the special prosecutor may have publicly identified for the first time a direct line of communications between the trump campaign and russia and that line has a russian name.
"holloman" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"You'll have beckel look at watermelon whereas from my dad told me so i believe look what he's doing you but but let me tell you what else they're doing it david burks a restaurant tavern 62 for black friday they're serving all black food like black garlic onion rings and black mac and cheese with squibbing law so you look at certain walk out of your with purple t drink into which wind purple now what that what we're doing green thing to you that's going on right now i don't know about law is the same thing it's quitting people love days charcoal too but we're we doing a i buried four o'clock on friday sunny sunday of the week weekend a black friday and we're going to incorporate blood we still have a regular many were incorporating some blimp black caviar black truffle black olives becsey best black angus beef at center you ever not work now i feel like thanksgiving you're you're doing ceplak friday you're doing staff i feel like you never actually get to go hungry i think in the corner world an interest in general you're always your mind is always work in any way even if we're not physically at a stove which will not always ernesto were were writing thinking about it was he david burks food like front like i said years ago when i first mutineers at holloman describe what you're satan second whenever smith new york i've never had food that would just so inventive in so creative i mean you do things were lollipops i mean i mean you you have these incredible displays of food at the table that aren't just flat on a plate you know i still my career started the river cafe who under the brooklyn bridge right and i competed with the best real.