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"howells" Discussed on A List Podcast with A. Sherrod Blakely and Kwani  A. Lunis

A List Podcast with A. Sherrod Blakely and Kwani A. Lunis

02:50 min | 6 d ago

"howells" Discussed on A List Podcast with A. Sherrod Blakely and Kwani A. Lunis

"Ally, but that was a lot. That's a $17 million for a lot. That's a lot of money for a guy who's not good at hitting open shots or whatever. I need to see more from Derek white to say that was a good trade. I don't think it was a very good trade at this point. You're right. I think he could have gotten another shooter. They went and got like dick stauskas who it sounded good because he had 57 plan. Yeah, he had a set 57 point game in the G league, but somehow, whether it be in practice, they just figured out he can't play in real games. You know, like, why bring him on? I thought that Brad could have always told a Joe Johnson out there. I think he loaded the bench too much with too many guys or guys who are nice guys. Good story with Malik Fitz and juwan Morgan, but those guys that when you know ball games, those guys ain't getting your championship. This is not the damn Atlanta Hawks Charlotte hornets. This is not a developmental team. It's in the G league ignited. You know, this is the Boston Celtics. We trying to win the championship. And then, you know, so I don't think Brad did email any favors with the lack of depth on that roster. And maybe he thought Stause gets was going to be better than he was. It was being able to have impact in the game since he's a former first round pick and that didn't work out. And you know, I get it Sam howells you can develop and Matt Ryan and Bryan Thomas two way guys, you know, but like some of those other guys on the bench and then the tie steel like they couldn't figure out where to play types. Like he didn't play much in the finals. They'd have a place for him. Like he couldn't get a minute. So I think that's on Brad. That's why he doesn't have an a, he did a good job. The hiring of email, although ownership also contributed to that, but I also think if you're looking at, like, he did, in a sense, let him down in that postseason 'cause he may look at the end of his venture. It was just like, man, I ain't got like, who am I gonna play? Who can I counter Jordan Poole? Who can I count on Gary Payton? Who can I counter? He didn't have those options. And sometimes you got to sign those guys and bring those guys in and go over the luxury tax or risk salary cap or make a risk and I think the risk he made was the Derek white deal, but that's a lot for one player. If they ain't gotten a second player with that deal, I'd have said that's a nice deal. You're getting two pieces. You give up two players and a draft pick and a pick swap for one guy who isn't a very good shooter and so what is Derrick white do well? You have to ask yourself. And I don't know yet. I want to see. I'm not going to make a determination right now, but I thought he struggled at times during the season..

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"howells" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

03:40 min | Last month

"howells" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Was his yes. Had a blog. Yeah. Do you remember how to blog? We loved it. We loved it. Yeah, that was incredible. Of all the CEOs, he would actually say something. Right. And this is pre Twitter, but it's the same sort of zeitgeist of, you know, you're actually getting these people's unfiltered thoughts and responses back to them from people who actually know what they're talking about and can maybe persuade them to think differently. It's pretty important. Yeah. I mean, to be fair, Bezos is no longer the CEO of anything. Well, maybe he is a Blue Origin. I don't know. But he's no longer running Amazon. But still, it's good that he can say what he thinks. And the president could say what he thinks. And then people with knowledge can weigh in. That was a good conversation. Bezos was wrong. It was a good conversation. Yeah. All right, let's take a break. That's our Elon Musk segment for the week. I wish. I wish I could say forever, but Elon is, you know what? This is what Trump was very good at, right? It was keeping the conversation circling. Controlling the overton window, getting the conversation where you wanted it to be. Elon's master of that. And I think he learned from Donald Trump to be honest with you. Maybe he didn't have to learn anything. Maybe he knew all along. Great panel, Glenn it's great to have you finally on Twitter on Twitter. It's not Twitter. God damn. It's Leo launching a bid for Twitter. It's come out. In fact, I found an article that's still online about me quitting Twitter because of the confusion between Twitter and twit. Back in 2007, it's still online. I quit for about 6 months and then I realized this is a fool's errand. I rejoin it. But I was right, right? Denise there was some confusion. People I still have to explain that we're not we're not Twitter and that Twitter came after twit and all of that. But that's life. Denise howells also hear the Internet's lawyer, Denise hell, info. It's great to have you as always. Always good to be here. And a brand new, wonderful, contributor to the show, Caitlin makary is news editor at protocol, love, love, protocol. You came from, you said you were a gizmodo and Mac world. Where else? Tom's guide? Oh, wow. And I actually started in local news. I was a reporter at the Las Vegas review journal. Oh, nice. A real reporter. Wow. Protocol is a great site still free, thank you, protocol dot com, and well worth subscribing to the newsletters. You've got great people working there. It's really fantastic. Including our own Megan maroney is one of your icon, Megan. Yeah, icon. And I do want to talk to you, you do a podcast called the source code podcast. And I do want to talk to you. We got a lot to talk about with Bitcoin and crypto and NFTs and more. So we'll get to that in just a little bit. Our show today brought to you by the best thing I've bought in a long time. About 6 months ago, Kevin rose had convinced me and then he was on Twitter and Amy Webb was on and she bought it and then she said this is the best thing ever. Now I've got one about 6 months ago. I got my 8 sleep pod pro.

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"howells" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:55 min | 2 months ago

"howells" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Broke file Subway you know the sandwich shop Some again ridiculously stupid reasons some woke they're in their PR department said I got a great idea You know who eats subway You know middle class working folks right I mean folks is at some bold assertion right there It's not a stretch right You know you think your local Thurston Howell what lovey and love me love you right So I'd love you You think Thurston howells eaten in subway I'm asking a serious question You think your local billionaires running around eating a subway it's a working class place Start as a subway shop It's an interesting backstory actually how subway and blimp is in the whole fight with all that happened But it's a pretty middle class place It's relatively cheap You get a sandwich you feel yourself up right So who is the moron walks through Who told subway It was a good idea To hire Megan Rapinoe and elitist snob women's soccer player who thinks it's a good idea to crap on our American flag in Neil when our national anthem plays Some idiot in a boardroom was like hey I got a great idea Let's hire Megan Rapinoe And a bunch of other idiots were like half that great idea Well what happened People like me and I'll tell you I actually used to like subway I'm done like I'll never eat one again And probably no other conservative I know will either because you thought it was a good idea to hire someone as your spokesperson who apparently hates the country so much He can't even respect it enough to at least stand and acknowledge that we have a national anthem in front of groups of people So why do I say that Go broke file Because red state our friend's sister told you we love As a headline Megan Rapinoe hardest hit his finger point he begins after subway releases dismal 2021 numbers Subway lost in 2020 1600 1609 stores presumably in part due to the pandemic But as for what's at the root of the 2021 closures there are a number of issues potentially to blame including tougher reference from the company's CEO to get locations to stay open more days during the week and work more hours and go on and on And also how some customers turn their backs on subway after they ran several ads in 2021 featuring Rapinoe a prominent woke activist known for kneeling during the national anthem and being a lousy spokesperson for women's equality Chest up folks chin out your activism your selective spending of money at locations that support American values your ability to go out there and spread the word via social medias and highlight what's going on with these companies teaching wokeism and using wokeism to advance their brand is starting to work They are starting not going to happen overnight It's no time for a victory lap It's no time to crack a bottle of DRC or whatever you're.

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"howells" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

Red, Blue, and Brady

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"howells" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady

"A supported types may be very important when we were thinking about addressing homelessness in this population and also whatever need or difficulties they are facing. Well, and as we've discussed, we're framing this conversation sort of around the recent attacks on a house populations in New York City and D.C. that made the national news. These were assaults and murders committed with firearms, but we know attacks like this aren't new. We know the attacks like this happen, frighteningly often. And so I'm wondering if we can talk about why they'll all of those attacks don't get national attention. So I'll jump in on this one because I think I have a theory as to why that happens. We can't be sure, of course. One, we know the media is far more likely to tag a homeless person than a house person. So you've never seen a story that says, howells person shoots somebody, although the overwhelming majority or people that are housed, but I think there has been a concerted effort over the last 40 years or so. So we are in the longest period historically of continued homelessness that we've ever had in this country. So we've had homelessness all the way back to the days of when people first came to this country from Europe. We've always had homelessness. They were called poor houses. They had all kinds of different names down the line. But the longest period is this period. And what I think is symbolic of this period. One, I think there was a couple of things. The first is that there was a concerted effort to villainize poor people in the late 70s, early 80s. You heard things like the welfare queen. I know all of us are familiar with the welfare clean. And what that does, what that did is kind of painted this picture that people who are homeless were somehow and people that were poor were taking from society that they were a burden on society. And so compassion slowly moved to contempt. And in addition to that, what we see is that in all these communities, the elected officials, their way to solve homelessness, they become frustrated because we haven't solved it yet. So their way to solve it is to raid encampments. And they call them sweets. I don't call them sweeps because we don't sweep people. We sweep trash and leaves. So I call them raids. So they raid the encampments. They make homeless people out to be less desirable in society to throw away people and I think that leads to a mentality that these people are others, the other, they've been othered and therefore they are less valuable. And so it's okay to perpetrate violence against these people. I think the other thing that I think is a factor, there's not been a lot of studies on this. Is the fact that we have this growth of people of color in the homeless population. People of color have always been victims of violence. And so the more this population turns into one of people of color, the more we see violence perpetrated. I think those two things are the underlying reason. And I do think it's also a frustration because a lot of money has been poured into the issue. The wrong way, I think, and we haven't solved it. You know, there's really just a stigma against homeless people in general. And even in Florida, I've seen it in my own state. There have been countless times where people have been arrested for feeding homeless people. And that's just unacceptable. That doesn't make any sense to me..

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"howells" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"howells" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"So yeah, bare knuckle boxing. MMA, all right, then let's get some more MMA news because I got to see you guys so Conor McGregor claims he has the best grounded pound in the entire sport of MMA. He knows how to troll us. I'll tell you that. Is that receiving? But ground and pound or dishing it out. He has the best ground pound from the bottom, I guess. Kevin Holland has been flying in people that troll him and sparring with them. And posting the video. Good. Good. People for like, they've not been going well. I've got a rapper that's going to come beat me up in Indianapolis at some point soon. He got mad at something I said on an Instagram and he started sending messages on there and I told him, okay, we'll just come, you can just fight. It went on and on for hours. I was in tears. It was really funny, but he still got to come beat me up. He says, I won't see it coming. So I'm just going to be walking down the street. He's going to hit me I guess or something? Lyoto machida is fighting Fabian Edwards and Bellator howells has been cheetah. Jeez. That's crazy. And yeah, so and then what else do we got? Donald Cerrone versus Joe lauzon. Is it moved to UFC two 74? That's a good fight, but I don't know. I mean, I don't mind that fight because it's too legends. I wanted to get paid and they're kind of at the same level. I think at this point, but hopefully the winner does not go on to fight some young upcoming because that just oh, well, Lorenzo hood got a two year suspension for a positive drug test. And he lost in one round. That's got to be the worst. Right about Lorenzo hood. He's on the same event. He fought for me twice, and then I put on with the pillow fighting. Yeah. Turns out his name's not even Lorenzo hood. He's a complete liar. He's using someone else's identity. He's ten years older than he says he is, like his whole story is a lie. Like everything about him is a lie. And he got to be friends with what's your name Rashad. Evans. And went down to moved in his house and was driving his car for one step and they were shot down down. He was lying about everything like he was having people over to tell him it was his house. Like he's like a pathological liar. It's the craziest, but he's not actually that's not actually his real name. There's some Bellator and they signed him, cutting because he faked a ACL injury right before the fight started. He like checked out like lair in the locker room, said he heard his knee, warming up, but they had also had found out he's not even who he says he is. That's a weird. He's got something crazy going on there. We tested positive for methanol. Which that's just what?.

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"howells" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

07:03 min | 9 months ago

"howells" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"Thing. There's there's a quote. But i don't remember it exactly something like Holding onto The resentment at enough this is the exact word is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die something like this. Yes that's right that's set to nelson mandela quite that. I have in my book. Yes i absolutely agree year and it's very inches that it's the same in your coat to again. That's interesting me too. Because i haven't met many people from romania. But i would love to ride my next book. I'm aiming to ride. It's about the cross cultural differences. Because this is really important. I think can end. It shows us how much gratitude the way we express gratitude and resent mendis crucial to our everyday communication and so to get to know someone from another culture. If we just find out those two things about them we not only honoring them by earl slows. The heat the essence of who they are and how they behave in cochin. That's why it's important that you've got greenwich you podcast. Because gratitude is so essential to we our human beings. Isn't that exactly exactly and for me. At least is it was always the answer so Your your book of course was right on point for me but you you mentioned something really interesting that I would love to explore a little bit You talk about deep gratitude. What does the gratitude mean yes. I've been an advocate of deep gratitude. For quite some time. And it's the freight phrase i've coined but i'm sure the people talk about it and deep gratitude is going beyond us just feeling grateful inside as the indi individually our gratitude to me. Gratitude starts with what we're grateful for and so grateful for the sunrise grateful for our lives grateful for our partner et cetera. True and then that's the beginning of gratitude but that's not for gratitude. Gratitude then becomes deep gratitude when we act on that gratitude in some way we express gratitude for what we feel like every state and that comes full circle in terms of gratitude being a very important giving and receiving have a very important giving him the saving circle and it keeps on going round and round and relationships. Stagnating society stagnates if we are just in being grateful for what we received but on motivated to how we can give back in some way. And as i said at the beginning. This this isn't about giving back in a way where we're wanting someone to change or we wanting something back in return and it's it's also not necessarily giving back to the person or a teacher might be really grateful for teaching particular school but they don't give back directly to the school. They might express their gratitude by grating the students at the gate with gratitude in the mornings. And so it's it's not a direct give and take but i think this is really important because then then when we think about our expressing gratitude to someone we also think about how we going to do that and as we've just explored we. We need to come to nor the person well enough to do this. In a meaningful way and sword getting to know the culture and how they discredited differently is a really important part of this deep gratitude and and there's a holler different culture ways put to be aware that how we way light to receive. Gratitude is not necessarily how other people like to receive gratitude. We need to get to know the other person well enough to know how to do that. In a meaningful way. We also need to do it in a way. It's authentic to us so redoing during it because we truly acknowledge what we receive. It's not politeness and it's not just something to do because we've heard that it's going to be. I would create better coach a bit of family. It's something that we really feel deep inside and we want to give back out of. We recognize we received and therefore it's also an action of looking for. That doesn't necessarily come from to give. When i feel like i've received something it's more i k- how can i phrase if we see people in our in our albert who aren't flourishing very. Well we might look at how we can express gratitude to them in a way that truly recognizes them and therefore need to spend some time thinking. I'm reflecting on what i've received from that person and so it's a very proactive action based gratitude but as i've been as a philosophi- been researching gratitude between five years. That's my little potted version of deep gratitude. Of course i can imagine. I can imagine so. Thank you very much for for your time for being here with us. Let our audience nowhere. They can get your book untangling you. Yes the best place to go is to find out where the avenues to buy. It is through my website. Www dot carey house dot com ca kedah y h w it overlays. Don't come and also be great if your listens wanted to sign up for my newsletter because i send out resources blogs regularly and i'd love to be in communication with anyone who wants to discuss anything on this podcast for the sea can contact me through this website and new book scored untangling knew. How can i be grateful when i feel so resentful. And i'd love it if he could spread the word to as many friends as possible. Thank you wonderful. Thank you so much. Thank you tweeden. Pay gratitude seeker. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to this interview. I really appreciate it and if you could think of one person that would also benefit from it. Share it with them. It might actually be the inspiration that they need to make their day or maybe even their life much better. Thank you so much once again. This has been georgia banta though forget to keep seeking and spreading gratitude..

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"howells" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

07:33 min | 9 months ago

"howells" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"But in fact they They trends our life quite a bit. And yeah i think it's. It's a very important topic and A very important scope for To to write a book about and Aside from becoming aware of our resentment what can we do. What can we do about it. Well i the is i ne- about resentment. This book is about the interrelationship between resentment and gratitude. So i would ride a really different book booze anya about resentment and probably would have to be psychotherapist arrived at book staying within my my parameter of this thing about how can we move from resentment towards gratitude and the first step as we've talked about is to identify that we have resentment but also to recognize that we really want to have gratitude that gratitude is. The thing is going to really help us be happy. A- healthier had stronger relationships. Gratitude is going to help or relationships thrive and flourish and we can't really have healthy relationships without gratitude and so it's a commitment to having healthy relationships. It's a commitment to making difficult relationships matter so that so that we can move on and perhaps groups seek resolution rodman pushing them out of our lives especially if they people but we have been grateful for in the past or people who are close to relatives siblings parents example Our relationships can be eaten up by lack of gratitude because being consumed by resentment. So it's a it's finding the reason personal reason for why you want to go of your resentment and to and why you might want to have more gratitude in the relationships in your life and why you want to make relationships really matter in your life and then in my prokopcuka cohost theories of gratitude practices to enact that an example is that we remember what we received from the other person and we amplify the good in that other person way practice giving Practice being empathetic to what might have been going on with the other person when they heard us so not only seeing it from out the state. There's a really important piece in this book about choosing gratitude so that way are not hope for handing over all our agency to the other person to our resentment but actually recognizing that we actually have a choice in how way reacting to the situation and the ultimate step which we have to really step by step way an arnie my ready and only if we're ready is to actually state to the other person about our resentment and try to understand it from their perspective and try to ask them to see the pain that they've caused us and this takes great skill as you are and it's probably one of the scariest things that people can do on our people climbed the himalayas don. Phd had five children comeback from cancer and yet to speak about the pain that somebody else else's caused them is the scariest thing that they have to do. So it's not lite matter but the ultimate thing is that we all as human beings just become better at both sides of the conversation. Where if somebody comes and talks to us about their resentment. We're not defensive actually really welcoming that conversation because it means that the relationship has the capacity to move on and be healthier and that how how scary that is told to the other person and that the that the person who's talking actually has the courage and the skills heartfully taught in schools even about how to do that. Well and some coaches a better at it than others maybe jordan in your culture it. It's asia but in strain culture. It's much more. Characteristic rests to bury it and then it comes at an all these negative ways single strains of colds but it comes out in a lot of backbiting and criticizing people behind their back and they will undermine coacher and undermines gratitude and kills morale in workplaces. Because his all this bitching and and morning grinding going on rather than actually speaking arpan me to the person who caused the pain and resolving it that way but that that comes towards the end of the boat because they have to build up to that so i'd i talk about gratitude is a practice because an i'm advocating that we just take one person and we just take somebody who's a little bit out of our comfort zone and we work with that one person in really step by step wages by building the relationship slowly and doing a bit by being untangling the string a little bit a little bit at a little bit at a time and and learn and guiding. The confidence and skills to june is standing in more difficult relationships. It's amazing and it makes a lot of sense due to the december step because indeed that Conversation can be really hard especially when we when we feel somehow how that we are right and on that justice should be done somehow It's really hard not to come from from that Perspective and definitely granted. This is amazing. When that and i i love the fact that you you mentioned different cultures and i thought he deserved interesting What you wrote about the different cultures and How they deal with their resentment. But what i find really fascinating is that It's pretty similar In my experience so in my culture as in joe strean culture and that for me is is very interesting because most probably not not many people. From where i am from math australian so then they can exchange ideas on resentment and still the same kind of habits And i find that quite fascinating and that just means that we are wired in a certain way and it also means that we can work on on those habits and on that wiring to to change it a little bit for for the better. And most importantly i think ourselves and afterwards for the relationship and for the other people because.

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"howells" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

06:11 min | 9 months ago

"howells" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"With us today. We have gratitude researcher in the last twenty five years. She has been researching gratitude in its many aspects and now we're going to be focusing on a particular aspect of gratitude or what's keeping us from From feeling grateful. She was against on the gratitude. Podcast before and i'm really excited to have dr kerry. Howls here today would has once again. Welcome once again. Knocked kerry house key very much to gene. It's lovely to be back here with you again. Thank you so that does know what you've been up to. And how the book that you've written got born sir. As you know. I i spent ten years at writing my previous book which is called group gratitude and education a radical view and. I've been a research mainly in the context of education but his research is also taken out into other areas such as elite sports and health with amongst health professionals and in going around talking to people around the world around gratitude in these contexts and also in Book clubs and around my around my previous book and professional development workshops and many different contexts. I've sort of been a theme. That's come up nearly every question and cessation or every investigation and people get gratitude and einar how important it is and now there's so much research out there that saying how wonderful days but the question is yes but i feel grateful when i feel resentful towards someone in other words where we have difficult relationships gratitude to really hard and so i decided to write a book to answer the question that many people have been asking me and that books called untangling you. How can i be grateful when i feel so resentful. That's that's wonderful and It's it's really powerful topic. And i'm sure many of our listeners are are also or have been Struggling with this because When we get involved in relationships it's really hard at at least at times not to feel resentful one way or another because we feel that we gave so much and Sometimes we feel that We feel that we haven't been treated Fairly and I love the fact that you start with some definitions quad resent month. What is gratitude can. Can you tell us a bit more about About this too yes. Shaw officials define gratitude. And i want to tell the listeners that it's really important that we start with our definition of gratitude because this is really influenced by social cultural backgrounds. And it's it's. It's important that we keep true to assumes in what we feel gratitude is and then also to extend into other aspects of gratitude sir using that as starting point i defined gratitude as the art. Aw recognizing received from another person and giving back out of acknowledgment for what we received but in is that necessarily reciprocals. So there's not any procr- ingratitude and resentment is defined as the consent in my in my in my book is defined as a conceptual opposite of gratitude sir. Resentment is where we feel like something has been taken away from us unfairly and we were shocked and that shot gets lodged now psyche and our bodies and causes us to ruminate and being a lot of pain emotional and then physical and then it affects our lives and when we an resentment often has the stronger pool in are difficult relationships so when we're thinking about gratitude we can think yeah. I can be grateful to this person that person but then we think of somebody that we that would be absolutely impossible to be great for two and this is way great review lightweight fail or we feel. We're not very good person because we can't imagine being grateful to someone who's hurt us because this proposition makes us feel like we're letting them off the hook or where when making We're making their behavior towards us. Our k- Resentment can be can be The stronger force and and some ibooks about making gratitude a strong than resent than than than resentment but certainly not about replacing resentment with gratitude. It's so real step by step process sense. That's wonderful and i think it's it's very realistic. Because to be honest. I i still struggled with resentment in many situations and I think gratitude is is such a powerful force to balance that out and to Give it as much power as as possible and Yeah i love. I love that you.

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"howells" Discussed on Architecture Today

Architecture Today

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"howells" Discussed on Architecture Today

"Who was designed for the big linda scale on the details scale simultaneously. Moving from the one two one two to one fifty and that became really interesting. Make you for some art. Which is something. We don't talk about very much because we'll talk about how he's made of a frame in a building from arctic machado logic. Who will rarely use the word facade. Face we do faces we make we try and make objects that have a face but he's not a faces of product for designing for the sake of beauty in a sense. This was about kind of beauty in detail celebrated. I think that it's a generational thing. Is that because i know i was always taught and i assume you're that you d the plan need you. The sections and then the facade designs itself it was an absolute cardinal. Sin to designed from the elevations i and there's a certain sort of modernist sensibility in an idea about function coming above all others. And actually i think you know. We weren't trying to design a facade and isolation it was considered almost unnecessarily facile or self-indulgent so espouse now that we have siege is and we have the amazing plethora of internet and all these things school for that. We kind of always apache thing if you do the nation so just sitting. That inciting actually primarily most of its given. Mossy look side. Was that a scary thing. Fear anew reference. There is a famous maria for scarring. Sat will tell the tale detail which is about scarpa very from one to one. two one. Two five hundred back-and-forth daily project rav of oven. What we will tour. Which i agree with you. That's what we will toward fats. Why we struggled with the beauty. We mind steph. I'd do this to me. That was it was kind of scary but we like the scariness important metal relied be challenged if they get hours the nice thing in a way because we could logically completely clearly logically say which designing a beautiful skin the owners the frame but is not afraid and if another word we struggle decorative stainless steel framing..

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"howells" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"howells" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"More than ever on one oh five point nine FM W. cumulus stations news now the states nationwide work to reopen their economies was constantly being court struck down governor Tony YVR stayed home restrictions the High Court ruled for Republicans in a challenge to an extension issued by the governor's health secretary arguing she exceeded her authority either says the GOP move has thrown the state into chaos they have provided no plans there's no question I'm logged anybody that people are gonna get back with the latest leave the Midwest and having the fewest cases capital and that Republicans own that chaos federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell says the country could face an extended period of weak growth can new outbreaks be avoided as social distancing measures laps how long will it take for confidence to return in normal spending to resume and what will be the scope and timing of new therapies testing or vaccine and Howells said more stimulus might be needed I'm a cruise back the new house select committee on the corona virus held its first hearing today and correspondent Linda Kenyon reports it began on a rather testy note a virtual briefing unnecessarily sends the wrong message Steve Scalise the ranking Republican on the committee was followed by Republican Jim Jordan I think it's all partisan chairman Jim Clyburn stayed on target to re open as soon as possible doing so before the proper safeguards already in place because most sickness and death a hearing took statements from several doctors who all said widespread testing is the best way to get the nation back on track political newcomer Mike Garcia's win in the twenty fifth district over democratic assemblywoman Christy Smith represents a rare victory for Republicans in heavily democratic California for the last time the party reclaim the democratic seat was back in nineteen ninety eight I'm overcomes that.

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"howells" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"howells" Discussed on KGO 810

"YVR stayed home restrictions the High Court ruled for Republicans in a challenge to an extension issued by the governor's health secretary arguing she exceeded her authority either says the GOP move has thrown the state into chaos they have provided no plans there's no question hi mark anybody that people are gonna get back report of the latest leave the Midwest and the having the fewest cases capital and that Republicans on that chaos federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell says the country could face an extended period of weak growth can new outbreaks be avoided as social distancing measures laps how long will it take for confidence to return in normal spending to resume and what will be the scope and timing of new therapies testing or vaccine and Howells said more stimulus might be needed I barbecue sack the new house select committee on the corona virus held its first hearing today and correspondent Linda Kenyon reports it began on a rather testy note a virtual briefing on necessarily sends the wrong message Steve Scalise the ranking Republican on the committee was followed by Republican Jim Jordan I think it's all partisan chairman Jim Clyburn stayed on target well we all want to re open the soonest possible doing so before the proper safeguards already in place because most sickness and death the hearing took statements from several doctors who all said widespread testing is the best way to get the nation back on track political newcomer Mike Garcia's win in the twenty fifth district over democratic assemblywoman Christy Smith represents a rare victory for Republicans in heavily democratic California for the last time the party reclaim the democratic seat was back in nineteen ninety eight I'm Robert sept.

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"howells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"howells" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"William Howells says president trump is not likely to hold back on his claims of success as he challenges the Democrats to impeach him he's been demonizing the Democrats and calling them out left and right throughout this impeachment process and now he's gonna be standing before all of them how all adds it's a speech comes at what it calls a fraught time the day before the Senate votes on trump's impeachment the day after the Iowa caucuses the president is likely to talk about the economy the rollback of environmental regulations healthcare immigration including the wall and national security Tim acquire Washington WBZ newsradio will have live coverage of the state of the union address and the democratic response closing arguments yesterday in the Senate impeachment trial defense counsel Jay Sekulow said the house brought charges that didn't meet the bar the framers set no amount of testimony could change that fact but lead house manager Adam Schiff warns the president can't be trusted what are the odds if left in office that he will continue trying to cheat I will tell you one hundred percent from now until the vote on Wednesday afternoon each senator can take up to ten minutes to explain on the floor why here she thinks the president is guilty or not guilty Stephen Portnoy CBS news the White House conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh says he has advanced lung cancer they're going to be date is that I'm not gonna be able to be here because I'm undergoing treatments or I'm reacting to treat Limbaugh adds he plans to keep on working but will occasionally need to take days off to Iranian students attending northeastern and Harvard have file separate complaint claiming federal officials at Logan airport acted illegally and denying them entry to the US to start classes the students say they were detained and questioned for hours before wrongly concluding they planned on staying in the U. S. longer than their temporary visas allowed customs and border protection declined comment citing the pending complaints south station will be a patient's tester for commuters a major construction project beginning this summer transportation officials are urging those are you south station to add time to their troubles in anticipation of delays caused by the building of an office tower and new fare gates traffic is next together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three WBZ traffic time twelve thirty three we're going to start to walk downtown a ninety three we've got work crews both ways southbound it's a doubling closure you moving slowly Sullivan square over this a coming through the o'neill tunnel northbound it's in the o'neill title to lands close your at the speed limit exit twenty three government center is that close mass pike east and westbound both have two lanes closing the potential tunnel brief delay both ways airport totals the summoner is slow for work crews Ted Williams tunnel and Callahan are looking good Tobin bridge not a problem south of the city expressway south bound watch for two car crash by the pundits circle just a minor delay there then a doubling closure by Brian have is not causing any issues route twenty is close in Avon rand off line for crash cleanup follow the detour west of the city mass pike westbound you're slowing down getting by doubling closure before one twenty eight things are good on route to an on route nine north of town route one north just slowing down.

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"howells" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"howells" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The BBC's Richard Howells has this remembrance it's a tune that takes you straight to the sunny shores of the caravan based on a traditional Jamaican folksongs day or the banana boat song was one of the eight songs of Bergey compose for Harry Belafonte's hits album calypso it was the first disc to sell a million copies not in the school this Bergey whose mother was from Barbados also wrote the lyrics for that country's national anthem his death was announced by the prime minister of Barbados at the island's independence day parade on the BBC's Richard Howells a powerful storm is moving east from California bringing heavy snow to the northern Midwest are a gun is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service specially into interior portions of the northeast and were being values upwards of eight to twelve inches and even along the Catskills and higher terrain we're seeing values upwards side towards fifteen inches in that area the storm is expected to impact travel for millions of people as they make their way home after thanksgiving you're listening to NPR news from Washington support comes from personal capital offering online many tools to give users a three hundred sixty degree view of all their money personal capital dot com support for NPR comes from American Jewish world service working together for more than thirty years to build a more just and equitable world learn more at AJ W. S. dot O. R. G. and the listeners of KQED we expect a high fifty seven degrees in San Francisco San Jose conquered and Oakland today all in alignment there fifty five degrees of the the high in point Reyes fifty three and napa and we expect periods of heavy winds and rain today as well as snow in the Sierra six and a half minutes now past ten o'clock it's KQED public radio from NPR in WBEZ Chicago this is wait wait.

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"howells" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:12 min | 3 years ago

"howells" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Announcement number one bestselling author Ramsey personality my daughter Rachel cruise welcome back yes things are moving. so so fun when I was teaching financial peace university and you were a child way back there child the child a mere child. the I was starting to discover accidentally because people kept coming up to is going they're all as an enterprise changed our marriage and I kept going what in it because there are really didn't grasp the connection how deep the connection between marriage problems and good marriages as well and the way they handle money is and course we start recognizing that are in the early years of this business of this from Ramsey movement and then as you've come into your career here are one of the things you've observed as a young married is the same thing with your friends and and so we ended up developing this whole money and marriage vent and I really am whole discussion with les Parrott in you yes yeah that's always parents marriage expert and so we found that the need was constantly like you said from even thirty years ago to now about couples getting on the same page and working with their money because it's very difficult to win financially if you're running on two separate tracks and so to get couples and giving them the tools to keep to communicate better get on the same page work together and then on top of that their marriage changes within that because you suddenly is for some people they're on the same team for the first time in a long time in our marriage and ever or maybe ever and so it developing this event money in marriage was so far with this we've probably been on for we've been doing it for quite three years two or three years now and so the first half of the events talk to us and he's talking all about marriage that's like his expertise is a psychologist marriage counselor brilliant on ways to communicate with your spouse how to have a good fight with your spouse is as bad fighting good fighting and all of a sudden he's so great and then the back end of the event is talking specifically with couples I come out on money and working together and the conversations you need to start having if you're not already. and as you said we've done this for several years and you're getting ready to go out on maternity leave but you'll be back after the first of the year yes and on one of the first things you'll be doing when you get back is we're announcing today a destination. deal here in Nashville come to the event and a bunch of other stuff so we're gonna be doing the event on Valentine's day yes fourteenth of February money nights to Friday night here in Nashville and lesson Rachel doing money and marriage but for the first time ever we're going to some other stuff yeah we tried to add it on because we did a money a marriage of it last Alan times they here in Nashville and we pulled the audience for the backstage experience which is like a dinner before which is less than it myself and out of there like a hundred fifty that were there all of them but to people this is her story all of them a two people were not from Nashville we were like oh flew and drove from all over the country destination site now it is but I would just I was I was shocked at the number I thought maybe half and half and so we're like man this is great it's a fun city to come to is let's just build a whole weekend get away for couples so Friday night is the events and on Saturday morning as an add on packages that you can add on with your ticket we'll come here to the headquarters the new headquarters rooms is solutions and we're gonna do a live it segment taping of the ritual cruise show and I'll have breakfast with you guys and we'll just chat and can hang outs that Saturday morning and then that evening we have another add on yes that evening is for work country music started the grand Ole Opry so there's a V. I. P. two are you'll have seats they'll be a great artist I'm sure on that evening and so you can go with some fellow money a marriage attendees to that event hosted by us at rooms to solutions special backstage a grand Ole Opry yes yeah very cool so can they do the morning thing with you and and and not do the grand Ole Opry vice versa yes so there's actually some responsible ala carte add ons for your Nashville weekend after you come to the Friday money in marriage of an act like that wow that's neat it'll be really fun very cool now a well made it lets people enjoy our town because we got a good town the food is great the people are great it's fun national so great that. he sat out make it we can get away with your spouse it it's going to be it's fun it was fun to kind of build this out and be like okay what would what would people want to be doing so we we planned this all around you guys thinking ahead of of what would be exciting and selfishly and like all great to get on the house. thank you know I'm coming out with adults. I'm gonna miss that I'm speaking of Hillsong in Sydney Australia your. in Sydney Australia that I think it's right that a weekend probably or maybe the weekend before but I'll be in Australia home me and try and he sent a mellow my set high while she Brian he's coming up in October two but my gosh this gonna be fun so you never know I'm gonna get a little bit but I'm on this and that's a hard yeah that's what I mean. yeah that's all yeah the this should be fun yes of the fund very very cool and as much fun as I make of you and all of your. people that watch the bachelorette. U. bachelor at people I make so much fun even if family dinners we give Rachel like down the road and I'm fine with it and she's very sheer sprout she's very secure in bachelorette fandom. grocers and so unbelievable so now then but now you you you have a very popular YouTube what the bachelorette coming on yes so the latest episode the Rachel crew show was all about how people waste their money on trends there's a lot of trends out there just in general whether it's financial products or lifestyle and so I thought well a trends in our world today is reality TV and what's my favorite show when it comes right he the bachelor franchise bachelor bachelorette bachelor bachelor paradise is all right now all of it I'm great with the whole shebang I love it. so Caitlyn press so he was a contestant you don't know that's all right I won I won like you have to Kaelin Bristow was a she's a big deal not only with the contestants on the bachelor okay she didn't get picked at all like with the final rose whole thing but then as you know being the bachelorette so since she was like before. so she was the jackpot of gas in that franchise for me because I was like okay you get to get I get to ask questions about both sides and it was fascinating and we talk about money. we talk to the office that is about like what it costs to go on what they pay for what you have to pay for some of the current some of those girls by stuff on credit card she said they almost all of them go into debt in order to get the pleasure of getting turned down nationally in front of everybody else. there's more to. there's a little bit more depth of that sort of met drive those stupid tax our and invite some of these people. I would love nothing more good. go into debt to get the opportunity to be embarrassed on national television well they're all embarrassed but she was a waitress and Vancouver I mean like you know they don't like Howells money to buy all these clothes and so they do they go when they do they go into debt for so we talk about that. and then on the flip side though when they leave reality TV kind of entering back into the real world of like jobs do you get your job back you know we talk about that so there's there's some financial principles with an interview and then of course I just go bats are crazy NASCAR all the questions of always want to know about rose ceremonies in the dates in the one on ones and then all of a sudden here YouTube show it has Hey the part of this episode. it spiked up now I'm sure your listeners care nothing about the bachelor and that's fine but you're right however ladies. so anyway that's latest episode but but she's what yeah so she's a segment on the whole show but the other parts we talk about just trends in general and watching yourself in your contentment and your value in what you're buying with your money and all that stuff fashion trends all I can get up yeah Grainger bank account because Jack yeah you really it takes a lot of money to be trendy. yes well we talked about this last night was on the show was that article about the even just the middle class and being normal not even just trendy but just being normal America today and how much it costs people and all the things in there because what the price is what we used to call upper class that's right so yeah it's a it's a it's a heart episode is we talk a lot of the emotion behind spending as well not sure the money in marriage event and weekend the following is February fourteenth and fifteenth of the racial cruise show YouTube show subscriptions as well as you can subscribe to watch on YouTube free obviously is on Facebook.

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"howells" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:39 min | 3 years ago

"howells" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Keep posting every hour to midnight today and tomorrow for another chance to win that's what we call now for the Yankees yes that's what they are it's kind of like it at at the masters at Augusta what a column patrons can calm fans not their gas and patrons whatever eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six vin in Babylon is on a fan I've been Hey good morning Joe you were talking earlier about tour caddies and we've had Charles Howells caddy stay at our place during tournaments here recently the PGA and others okay yeah I'd say a couple things one it's a brutal life I mean the guy the guy leaves the house at six o'clock in the morning every day gets home at eight o'clock at night he's on the road twenty seven weeks a year he's got two small children he lives in California number two these caddies are better players than almost anybody you and I have ever seen yeah you know I'm sure at no I'm sure you're right about that yes I mean our our guy on these two times California state amateur champion and and is the US open qualifier and he's a tour caddy and the three third thing I learned well besides learning something about the players for second meeting he's got to make a pretty good money I know you said Charles Howell the third cat yes it is yeah yeah well it's funny you say that because he caddied for Daniel Summerhayes before that okay and then the summer I've lost his card so he was fortunate to get Charles how and the other caddies call Charles Howell the ATM machine because he's in he's in the money every week right you know you always doesn't want a lot of tournaments but he makes the cut just about all the time is what you're saying yeah he hasn't he hasn't had the career that they thought he would have right but I did what it's one of the last year is almost up to three million dollars this year but getting into money what we learned was you know each county has their own deal like some of them have straight percentage some of them have guy picks up his expenses are guy because he has two small children he's on a salary but he pays his own expenses that's why that's why he stays up people's homes and he gets a smaller percentage of the winnings then he would otherwise get if the rest at all and you know got the full ten percent this guy wins so you know that they really are hard working guys I mean I'm not I'm not minimizing at all these guys really work well yeah there's no canal sure they do I just think it's you know I I it seems like it would be I know it's a lot of work but it seems like it would be a pretty good life overall I mean seems that way I'm not what would you see it in practice it's not glamorous right right right really it's fourteen hour days is living out of suitcases missing your kids all I felt but yet do I think he makes two hundred grand with a with a bad like Charles how yeah I bet you does right so that's one of the white you know write anything and if you got guys that went into one of its a lot of should be there's guys out there to make a million I'm sure it probably all there are but they're also guys that can't rub to nickels together because if you don't if you don't have a top hundred player you're you're not you're not making a lot of money yeah yours from once you got it would catch yourself get lucky enough to get attached to a good back I mean that's what it's all about yeah not so down now you understand right about that you you know that is all right you're right there is a lot of travel involved you know look a lot AT and I appreciate the call of it thank you and a lot a lot a lot of the what a golf is I mean look if you're on the PGA tour it seems like it's pretty glamorous a glamorous life and it you know I guess it probably is yeah let's let's be honest but there is a lot of work involved I mean you will become a top flight you know professional golfer just by by accident used a walk on a tour and start shooting sixty fives you know those guys put a lot of work and is a lot of work involved I mean you have to see these guys on at the tournaments they play eighteen holes in an appointments you know and when you're around is gone these guys are on a range for a couple hours after that you see these guys on the range into the darkness you know it's a great ready to go into the next the you know the next round of appointments so there's a lot of work involved there's a lot of travel involved all the different travel these guys do I mean you know they're all over the place of your plain in the John Deere this week which I think is in Iowa is it I will I think that's where his then you got to jump on a plane on Monday to go over to the island there is a lot of travel I mean you're all over the place so I aids it's a lot more work than you think it's not just for the caddy but for the the golf pros as well eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Jeff and honey there is on a fan Jeff how are you Hey hi Joe just to review some of the things that we talk about it regarding Brody you wagon it's you know I still don't know whether he's sort of transitioned yet totally into becoming a general manager of being a general manager thanks for the comment yeah the the thing about it is if we're talking about managerial changes and we're talking about Girardi or or show Walter or anybody who's worked his soul why would anybody want to come into a situation where they have the general manager who's really pulling the strings where and who would probably would want to continue I'll say it is Jeff all say and I've heard this about Brody too from different people that are close to the situation that brought you really want to win and may be for the right guy he might back off and let that guy do is thank you you know I mean that that could be a possibility it could be a possibility but he has a whole analytics team in place there he I mean he's got half the Boston Red Sox the you know us I understand you right I understand it Ballard you know an old guy but I mean I did it but your body was pretty much in analytics guy I mean he was always very you know a guy with the book at all and actually what he stands for wagon and coming into at the end of the game and having a shouting match and having the you know check on whatever unless your body was doing the same thing you know all I'm saying is that that to me sounded like it an example of in game management where where Calaway did something that right right leg and ended up like well you know what van Wageningen the maybe that or maybe just the fact that he realizes that he's done a terrific job with the same yeah Hey that do you know he made the comment about coming get as well everybody's coming bottom because it ten games on the five hundred so it has been a lot of coming to the Mets that's for sure but maybe the maybe one maybe then what is it you know I want to win so much all let the man I'll bring a guy like your audience and all let him do what has to be done maybe what I don't know maybe what eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six let's go to Mike in spring lake he's on a fan I bike Hey Joe how are you Mike let me show thanks for taking my call thank you well I was looking to you yesterday and you were you know ultimately giving praise to the Yankees who how could you not present I mean seriously Mike I mean you know I'm not a fan but I'm gonna not praise of okay right at the Yankee fan I will tell you I do have a couple of questions about their bullpen okay I'm not a big fan of green or Chapman okay make me nervous when they get on the mound and a question for you and I'll hang up okay would you agree that for them to seal the deal here this screen to acquire somebody else an apple that maybe a nice left I think they need another bullpen along and I think they need a starting pitcher I I think the both of those things and I I could certainly see Gassman doing now to get you well I mean yeah I I mean I mean I don't know how much under their captive is that what they have left but fifty eight yes I'll do what they have to do to win a championship I think they are hell bent on this year when it all I I really do and I think they're gonna do whatever they have to do to that end and it goes back to what you said look I think the eighties of the best ball kind of baseball okay but it goes back to what I said before as good as Japanese you still make you nervous because these guys is still you know I don't I don't want to cool guys like a lot of vino and Britain these guys have been very very good at major league pitchers so I don't want to say that they're not because they are obviously Japanese and he's one of the top closer baseball but again the relief pitchers and they're always gonna make you nervous because they're always going to be guys they're always going to be guys that have very good news the Westin name is Marianna repair or I could give you a list of the great closes of all time I you know like I said the good guys to use in a bruise suitor is an actor's Leonese kind of guys if they're not that kind of a bad guy well you're always going to be nervous we guys coming out of pain because that's just the nature of relief pitching and that's why I say you go back and I do think the eighties even though the bull pen on maybe get potentials back that would be pretty good bolted on if he ever comes back I don't know what the situation is with you you know we have seen all year but I do think the exit and other relief pitcher and assaulted a need a starting pitcher I really believe that yeah when you you're gonna go up against pro land them in the playoffs and Garrett coal in the playoffs you're you're gonna need somebody to combat that and I think they're not as terrific especially the money games but I don't know about James taxing I don't know about CC now at this point in his career you know I don't I don't know back up I don't think Jay happens that good to begin with so are you know we saw we did last year in the big game against the red Sox in the playoffs so I you know I think the Yankees needed they need another starting pitcher but again it goes back to what I said about relief pitches we live pictures all what they offer for the most part seventy five percent of the guys in a relief pitchers in baseball all guys who are at best average major league is at best eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six let's go to our rich on Long Island he's on a fan rich how are you Joe listen I have I'm ready I'm a mess and some just becoming resolute the fact that we will never ever have a strong willed confident manager because it'll only Chilean equities of upper management they'll never let a guy come in and shine a light on so they have to have somebody who can control I hope I hope you're wrong about that yeah I hope you're wrong about that also you hope you're wrong I agree to a somewhat but I don't think they get a little it's like the old bill Parcells well you know the look of the day you might look let me shop for groceries and they'll never give up that kind of control because what will happen when they don't they won't even admit that they were wrong they they're not going to admit that the wrong one industry now so to get a good guy in there until I reach I'm not looking at when you look at it manages in baseball I'm not looking at a guy to you know call the shots and shot through a you know to do this to.

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Full Honors Military Burial for ROTC Cadet Riley Howell Who Tackled North Carolina Gunman

Red Eye Radio

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Full Honors Military Burial for ROTC Cadet Riley Howell Who Tackled North Carolina Gunman

"The university of North Carolina at Charlotte student Riley Howell who died stopping a gunman last week was buried with full military honors. The twenty one year old army ROTC cadet tackle, the shooter who had opened fire with a handgun inside a classroom of nearly fifty students one of Howells's friends shared memories at the service during the summers we were always outside. Ryan the gator spots deep in the woods where we could explore and wonder leaving our series personas behind.

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"howells" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"howells" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But you can answer. Now, don't be won't be because I acts are legitimate team with legitimate stars. And most of all this is this is a knockout competition so entirely different would be tremendous achievement. But not in the Lester, this is what I've learned. He hates delay. And he hates less. Well, I mean, that's what I got. That now to the very main points whole extra time we end with this tweet. Pretty sure I still shocker at the most. A new car so legend alongside that. There was a picture of playing days. There it that touch. I self that you wear that. Really? Gaza kid gloves the home ship. That'd be brilliance so shy Howells it. Excellent. Yeah. Really good. I was there for Sunday Saturday and Sunday. Wow. So what we will ticks? Did you follow Tiga? Did you position yourself with the drives would land? Right. I would be fairway. Most of the cats. Mostly at least that way, you can see the second just into the green and you can get right. If you get a degree, and then you have to kind of stay ahead of the tag across. What was it? Like when obviously would went ahead when it comes. It was it was crazy. Everybody's looking at the because you're not allowed to have your phone on the course of this show. Everybody just stay in the leaderboards. And then every time a number comes down the guy. Go Bilotta everybody just kind of stay with us. See what happens, and there's a lot of a lot of that. You have to you have to check it at the gate as a big thing, the gateway tune your phone in the ticket. And then they do. Shu-chen nothing. You're not allowed to anything. So you actually get to talk to people that you have to talk imagine that. Well, what a war. We have to talk to each other. And then the things I mean, I am a couple hundred yards. Right. You can't get anywhere near the show. But everybody just does running around and hugging each other five hundred people just it was it was very nice. It was a good master be. Yeah. I guess so you were not rooting for Molinari. No, no. I was Phoebe. What was it was very angry tiger one only Stevie would be the TV? And you couldn't have you couldn't have. But feeling. Love me about next year. And now we come along. I forget an invite house what it can do that. As this promise. Thanks very much success. We'll be what's in the masters here. Could dizzy will. I could do put in my Rolodex. Likes the gab with Bhakta tamasha. Yeah. No masters Ma. Ready? The fingers. Quietly who was anger bus being? How about tomorrow gets eighty inches gone?.

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"howells" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"howells" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah. Vickers is. I mean bickers that was the I mean of all those didn't Neal was a retired army whatever he wasn't the army. I think it was a sergeant and he spent twenty years maybe longer in the army, and no matter he was best known for his laughter. Yeah. He would laugh at everything. Oh, I mean, his laughter would crack me. Yeah. We we used to do reels of his laughter. I'm just playing is over Don stop. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's great. Well, appreciate your time politics. You have a good day. Thank you very much. Always good to hear from you. That's I come we've gotten the question about the women's program at Alabama. We've gotten four hundred seventeen about the the women's program at Tennessee. Glad we're getting some equal time for Alabama's women's program. Mad is up next. Matt how are you? You. We're great. Thank you. L? Let's call and ask about the Albano Carolina game. Like, what your opinion on? It is. Here we go again, I I don't want to upset anyone here. But I happen to like North Carolina. Because the reason why is because a lot of people even clean me like me. And my friends I'm twenty one by the way. So that I feel like I'm like the youngest caller, you're Howells today. Twenty one. Twenty-one? You're the youngest caller at this point in the show about forty seven years. Oh, great. No, I was just calling because I was like my friends. Excellent about everything. And we were they wanted me to call you. They're like get on the show get on the show. And I'm I'm gonna try like I can't say that. Oh, I'm going to be on the show, you know, expected. But no, they re asking me about it. And I said, well, I mean if you look at from, you know, Auburn originally from other parts of the season. Yeah. They had a lot of comebacks, and including like this NCAA tournament, you know, when New Mexico state, I had a scare there in a lot of people did in fact, and like I'm just watching it from there. You know? I don't I just feel like I don't know what's going to happen to Carolina. I feel like they may win. But the same time I feel like they may not well, listen, I want to say this mad. I mean when it comes to phantom everyone loves their team. And this is a tricky time of the year. I mean, I try to take the phantom out of the equation. I I don't I'm just a fan too. I'm not Jay Bilas. I can't break down. You know, why? North carolina. Does this versus Auburn? I just watch basketball. I'm no different than anyone else. And I have opinions, and that's really what we talk about here. But none of this is personal. I'm not trying to win a popularity contest by going with all ACC teams. And I realize that I'm going down to the ACC network soon. Taking the show to a basement and do our show every day. But that's not the point. The the point is we're taking your more of your calls at eight five five two four to seven to.

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