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"imperio" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Opinions here it all on the Brian Kill me, Joe. This is as I said, crippling, I mean, and that's a light word for this so The amount of people that are going to be laid off. As a result of this across all of our restaurants. We've seen sales immediately. Halt. I mean, it really was a screeching halt, even at the announcement about these new regulations, and now it's about okay, well, sales of that slow we gotta lay people off. I've seen even in my general orbit locally, at least 100 people I've heard of who have been laid off and The question becomes, Where's the support system? Right? Where's the framework through which all of these people can then kind of bridge into the next step, which we don't even know what that is. Yet Even it's the holidays and Imperio. Varro was saying everything's going to run out soon and the economy really could use a boost. There's only so much we could do. If we're not allowed to work. You're not allowed to go to work. You're not allowed to open up your business, you know at the shop unless it's online, a Wal Mart or target, And if you work in these other places where you supposed to do so Congress had this is what therefore get it done the next couple of weeks. Randy was from the fox News. Radio app, Randy. Yeah, I'm just going to share with you. We hadn't let anything these overreach. Ear's Saito us fake what we're doing this for us Thanksgiving plans. We're having. Three separate get togethers with what we're doing on three different days, starting yesterday and going into tomorrow with three groups of people. It's absurd. And I'm not letting, um These power hungry people try to determine my personal life. It's not their place. It's we, the people and not we, The politicians ready how to run a joke? Tell me if this doesn't make it worse. Even The New York Times had an editorial on this When you see Governor Newsome, hanging out with donors and medical experts had a $450 plate restaurant, by the way, you know what their wine bill was. $12,000 without a mask. Elbow to elbow When you see things like that. I mean, doesn't that and then you see, Governor Cuomo said, Yeah, I'm gonna go see my mom and then say yesterday, I think it's a little bit too risky for my mom to come see me. They're playing a game. Oh, absolutely. Yeah, absolutely. And it emboldens beam or to stand up against these buffoons that try toe. Try to tell us something that they want us to do. They won't do themselves. But even if they were doing it, Brian, my take is it's still unconstitutional. Legal How they're going about this thing altogether won't stand for it hadn't put on the mask. It won't. Andre those that need to find but don't dictate my personal life. You know, we elected politicians, not doctors. And if I need some sick, I go to the doctor, and it's basic kind of basic principles. In my opinion, I hear you. And now the other thing they gonna start doing is now that they did this out of the state of emergency. We're not at war, but during war, they said, you got to put your life You know, we're in the World War two and they say, Keep your light slow because we could get bombed. Member. They talked us glue little things we had the role tinfoil are Americans did have their old tin foil to help out When the men want to fight. The women had to be forced into the workplace. At that time, everyone sacrificed, I get it. Now they say the pandemics happening. We all should sacrifice here was sacrificing our future and our current living Now you watch climate change Another emergency. Are they going to say you could only drive your car certain amount of miles of its gas? Are they going to say it's time for you to ride a bike? Or you could only take a cab a couple of times a month. They're going to be able to track us through our easy passes What we're doing. I mean, that's how crazy they sounded yesterday, Liz it when they named climate czar John Kerry. Who's got bought a new yacht. By the way, I'm sure that's going to save a lot of energy. Listen, thanks so much for the call. Listen to a mark Murano, said executive editor of Climate depot dot com Cut 20, John Kerry and Joe Biden. Coming in, and the two they're two objectives on climate are to push the green new deal and to push the United Nations Paris Climate Act. Now this is coming at a time. Well, first of all, John Kerry in 2015 said the world had achieved a victory with the U. N Paris Agreement. This would be a victory for future generations. Yesterday, he said. This agreement the U. N Paris Agreement is not enough. Now they're talking about multiple increases of U. S commitments over the years. In other words, they declared victory We save the planet, but in reality we didn't save the planet. And this is an agenda that's going to go right at the heart of perhaps President Trump's greatest accomplishment, which is the United States energy dominance. Our numbers are down the carbon in the air is decreased. There are things that are gonna happen right now, and I hate to say it. But it's probably not people listening to me, but this people that you know And wanted to say, I told you so. If you're in the oil and gas business with your secretary or driller, you're going to be affected. If you're gonna be fracking when you can't get those leases and one suddenly, natural gas is not being exported. The same level is going to affect it. And then we are now the behemoth in the net in the fossil fuel industry. We're going to acquiesce that role. We're going to vacate the crown. And we turn up going to sit here and told you I told you and President Trump told you what he said The debate was 100%. True. They're going to get rid of fossil fuel, not responsibly but irresponsibly. We're.
This Am a Minstrel Stereotype, Right?
"From New York City this is Lexicon Valley. A podcast about language I'm John Mc, water and this week you know what I'm going to do frankly what I usually do, which is just bring you in what was I thinking about over the past week or two? And it was a bunch of things but I happened to be revising an academic paper that I'm writing and that paper happens to be about black English I don't usually do those but I mean exception with this one because it's a topic that really grabs me and you know when deciding what to do the show about I thought you know I'm going to do what I'm thinking about I. Don't WanNa, do it about Comma Harris or something like that I'm not. Sure. What I could get out of that I wanNA do me and so I'm gonNA share with you some stuff about the always fascinating dialect of American English black. English. It's called by academics usually. African American vernacular English but I have a hard time saying that so we're just going to call it black English and we're GONNA, look at it from various angles that I have been sitting around laying around still in semi quarantine these days and one of the things is. GonNa be the lost. Am That's what my papers about, and this is something that I've brought up on this show before, and that is the question as to whether actual black. American people ever as linguists call it over generalized an in two persons and numbers beyond where it would go and standard English and so for example, I'll tell you I am a person but in characters of black speech back in the day, the idea was that black people used am with all. Pronouns, and so you am this he am that we and the other thing that's something associated with minstrel shows and comic strips, and you would think you would quite reasonably think that that's something that white performers made up as a way of making fun of black people. That's what I thought for a very long time. But after a while various indications seem to suggest to me that actually wait a minute black people did once us am in a different way than mainstream. English does, and of course, it wasn't all black people but there have always been different ways of speaking even here in America and it seemed to me that well, you know as I'm always telling all of you language always changes and black English is no exception and so it seemed to me maybe actually the minstrels overdid it they were characterizing but maybe there was that different usage of an because all these things seemed indicated and in a show that I did. Probably back in about nineteen forty seven remember when I used to be sponsored by kraft macaroni and cheese way back. Then I said that one evidence of this is that there are vernacular British dialects. The US am in just that way you am we am the black country in Britain is sometimes called the people who are the Yam yams and what they mean by that is that they say you am saw gave you some evidence of that but that was that was. Back right after the Second World War and so what about newer evidence? Well, first of all, what do I mean by this as you might call it over generalized am well, here is one of the latest examples of it in pop culture. This is a highly insignificant. Hollywood. Cartoon from the studio that gave us such indelible characterizations as Casper, the friendly ghost and Herman and Catnip who were about the closest thing in real life to itchy and scratchy on the simpsons in. Any case, one of their other indelible characters was buzzy the Crow Buzzy. The Crow was supposed to clearly supposed to be this this black American little character remember the Dumbo crows while Buzzy was an extension of that, and so buzzy uses reflections of the old minstrel dialect. This is a cartoon called no IFS ands or buts, but spelled with two t's it's about smoking and this is what buzzy says about a cat who seems to have a smoking addiction listened closely. Tobacco smoking. To know. That Cat am Am Can am smokin fiend. Okay. So that's the character. But what's interesting is how often you see black American people depicted as speaking that way in many sources that you might think of authoritative and I have something even better than this is going to build up to a big fine. We're we're circling in. We're we're about to find the real thing but some other stuff. That I've found. So for example, there is a novel written by a Black Man, very conscious as we used to say black man eighteen, ninety, nine it's called imperium in Imperio, and the guy's name is Sutton griggs and for whatever it's worth his father was a Georgia slave. So Sutton griggs eighteen nine, he's post emancipation but he would have heard authentic black speech, the speech of. People who were denied education and what's interesting is that in one of his novels he is writing in very serious vain. We would today call him a black nationalist and he has seen where there's a black mother who is being humiliated by a racist white schoolteacher and she's trying to present her child and defend her child and what she says, and this is a black. Writer of black nationalist stamp who grew up with a father who had been at slave and not in New York City but in Georgia so we're talking about wear black English really arose and I WANNA say throws but that's not the were because it's thrived and so he has the mother saying about her child her son, his name and Belton Piedmont arteries, granddaddy arteries after so. Not His name is built in Piedmont his name and Belton Piedmont and she's a character of dignity. His name in Belton Piedmont not is built in Piedmont am. Arteries. granddaddy. What's Ardour ardor is after and shows how authentic this depiction of speech is in that we know that not only black people but also again regional vernacular speaking British people used arter and explains that problem with Jack and Jill. So Jack and Jill went up the hill to get a pail of water jack fell down and broke his Crown Jill. Came Tumbling after what the Hell is. That is that the best they can do of course, not it was Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling out. After, because, after can become after. After that is the way many people in for example, Yorkshire still say after October it's dialectal after and so they're always many people who said after and he came here and often they were either slave owners or they worked alongside slaves and so early biking, which has
"imperio" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Mag Archives and digs up little article about said guests today. It's Mr Jordan. peele Olivia's grow boss. Girls Can Code Carly Clause Hacker and she hacked into a New Jersey. Middle Schools database co-host J. Storage Jason. The deal if you know the Frickin deal and she pulls up these little articles for US Olivia. What's article you prepare for us today? Okay, so this is not about during pill exclusively. This is kind of something, and it's also not like Gossiping, but I do think that would like. Maybe spurn interesting conversation. This is about the time that Dave Chapelle said that key and Peele hurt my feelings by not giving me credit for their show so Dave Chapelle, says he's a fan of the show Kim Imperio, but of credit he received for its success has hurt his feelings. He told Gayle. King that. He was like promoting his netflix specials, and he said when I did Chapelle show there were certain conventions of the show that the network resisted I fought the network very hard, so that those conventions could come to fruition. He's as so when I watch key NPR and I see they're doing a format that I created and at the end of the show it says created by key and Peele that hurts my feelings. That's like a crazy thing like I. understand what he's saying, but does he want like credit can actually for like what he wants like a producer ask. Wants like. It, okay? He also later on that he had to watch key and Peele do my show every night. Okay, so here's what else say. and. It's tough to say it's comics I think. Dave Chapelle on well man. He is full of a lot of rage and sadness. Endorse things years working through. I think that this is a case of that. And that's what I. Like on like. I wish that was like a text message to them to be like. These are my feelings, because then they would be like. Oh, we appreciate what you did like I did his sentiment, but to do. This publicly is very weird. That's like part of your. It's part of it as like an revolutionary creative. Your job is to open up. After generation, so if you're making something easier for somebody and you're like, thank me like. Like you should be proud that he should be negatively. Fascinating, yeah held the soil so Louis could like grow. Yeah I think there are a lot of people who say that they want to be mentors, and they want to open up doors for people, and then it starts happening, and they see people sort of like that's what happens. You do something incredible, and then somebody else sees that and able to do something even more incredible somebody sees that and they justify swimming world record and your. How can it get faster? And it's like that's not you know. That's not the case sometimes like sometimes you just have to support and I think some people act. They realize they don't WanNa do that. They do just want to be the best in the ultimate in the end game, and it's like that's not how it works. Have progress word right like and I think sometimes. That's like baffling to the EGO. That's.
"imperio" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Into a prod attic for a membrane of her bone to do more type GTRI or GB type stuff in the product just inherent Of of placental tissue amniotic tissue growth factors in proteins things that are going to increase in boost just the healing and so I think we're looking along those lines any product that offers embody the ability to do it. Wants to do. But maybe heightened response for a better way as opposed putting some inert material isn't living or doesn't have any bio activity so that's on newer materials products that help the body. You'll better in along those lines. We started doing about eight years ago. I'm on Apper apper Laser procedures to help the body doing wants to do just like the materials we might use trying to do things from a more Minimally Invasive Angle. I guess you could say so anything that we can do with less pain. Less morbidity is is what we should be looking at in in moving in that direction as you mentioned. I think a lot of the fields industry things industry haven't really changed all that much. Feel like what we're saying. IMPERIO is a shift towards doing things more minimally invasive whether it be through Tissue Grafting Trading Donald all of the Caesar's so many different new techniques. Materials modalities I think we can be more conservative. In ultimately patients have less pain and faster recovery you just said lanap has a big Roots in Colorado does correct Mostly because one of the top researchers the guy that really spearheaded it was Raycatena in reorganising Colorado. It's so they're allowed Here in Colorado in in what does research was.
"imperio" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
"I'm looking at it so crazy sure if you follow me on instagram you've been seeing Shit your we out here for my boy. Paul's Bachelor Party and I'm just going freestyle off the top. you know what I'm saying off the Dome Man I got a lot going on. I'm overwhelmed. I'm hungover as a motherfucker feel craziest shit right now. I felt this crazy and years his yeoman. I got here Friday. You know what I'm saying touchdown and straight to the hotel checked in as soon as I checked into the room took. My little video popped up to read eight read eight is one of my favorite Chinese restaurants in here. Listen YOU NEVER WANNA compete against Steve Wynn. He just always does is the best the best you know what I'm saying higher chef from fucking real China chefs from Shanghai up in there and they just food is off the chain. If you ever come here try the Chilean Chilean Sea Bass Salt and pepper style. You will not regret it. It ain't cheap. It's expensive spoke specially for Chinese food. It's just crazy but it's so fucking good had had some of that and then my boys got here Paul but all his home easy what I'm saying for Virginia. SAMIS came from Toronto. You know we kicked. It's a little bit a gamble a little bit little shopping and then I hit we hit top golf. I get the top golf with the homeys. I have not swung a motherfucking golf club and I just realized now in almost thirty years should is terrible full forms off. I can't even do a full swing around right but the gates stops it like two hundred yards. I was still hitting two hundred seen about four or five stupid dumb. fucking idiot stupid dumped straight ignorant dumbest fuck stupid fucking idiot stupid fucking dumb people who are dumb as fuck that were saying oh you we're going against the fucking driver in iron above listen you dumb ass mother fucking stupid ass bitches we were doing both I iron to host the pay attention to what the fuck you know what I mean house hint irons. We're doing drivers. You know had a three hundred six iron fucking driver normally would but anyways going on everyone switched up allow the guys that were there. I'd say out of four of us out of the tent. I'm sorry six out of ten have played in the last year four out of ten play at least every year and then a few was never hit a golf ball a long time and meet thirty years might as well be brand new again but I got a homeboy named Jay Crean cat hat. He's a golf pro he's he's real dope. I WANNA fuck with him for a long time and plus George Lopez boy schoolboy Q. and all them they've been asking me to comply with them for a minute almost are fucking with him and mine a lot of fun. Food is good man top golf. I've been wanting to go top golf for a long time and I can't wait to go back but you know Koreatown originate that shit all over the country period nobody had the driving ranges that were not inside of golf course before Koreatown. We originated shit everywhere period. Just a popular thing Queens love that Shit had before anywhere else and start hitting the Romar somewhere. I don't know figure it out but after that we hit crazy horse three-shot boy brandon roque craze yours threes a strip club and it's the Bachelor party you know what I'm saying we ought out there acting a fool and boy Paul's Young He's twenty seventy getting married in a few weeks and I've been trying to talk him out of it not because I don't like you know his fiancee or his wife-to-be but just because duties Yang has had an of life I want him to experience things and that's why the trip was what it was for. One have a good time have some fun crazy. Horse three is right across the street for the fucking Raiders Stadium Raiders Stadium is fucking retarded is just crazy. She looks amazing. It's ridiculous and we. We didn't go that hard. I think we I was drunk. You know a little bit. You know we got we got two thousand nine hundred forty two at top golf and then we got to crazy horse and Gao Jack Daniels and then a bullet Johnnie Walker black and then I went home had some food back to a hotel had some food we gamble a little bit of a loss like on a twelve hundred dollars really crazy but it just don't like losing you know what I mean and then Saturday wake up and my body's just feeling feverish hurt I realized hidden fucking sixty swings on a fucking golf club when I exercised. I'd done pushups in two years that she fucked me up. I was hurting I was I was in a lot of mother fucking pain. I should was really fucked up so oh man Saturday got late like ten. Am I had a fucking bright strip among those you know what I mean was how to get some fucking ECHINACEA how to do immunity shot order room service. Do not the king room service like I used to be lean on the prince of it in obviously not travel got an airplane living in hotels and still managed to be a dad. You know we got up dildo shopping. Check out the new Oviedo store. A mandrake just has had a brand new store opened last week and all of your stores inside the new wind plaza sweet shops. The New Wind Plaza is actually beautiful. It's fucking courts at the end of the day. You know I chose Aria for a while and I think I just got to win my hotel now again. It was hotel for a long time there. The first hotel that I know of that had Outta Vegan menu for the room service not that I'm Vegan but you don't helps you know. I'd like to eat them. Once in a while and of course the restaurants here are just too good the opening Cipriani and the wind win class shops and just got this new shop called feature. They gotTa Fuck Invisible Count Woo. They sell wound my favorite brand rude. They got fucking visible. they got mastermind. They got just don. They got a Nike Account. They got fucking MEDICOM bareback account stores fucking so dope ought to reopen their mayors. They got air master by excess and you know we hit the pool. The Tower Suites has no private was dope then we hit the fashion this show mall. I got to check on my boys shop urban necessities crap you know what I'm saying. I was as a crap and bass hitting enemy by the way if you'll know crept protect is a sponsor of the behind the Baler podcast shot to my entire protect family my presented by family and now my collect family hit the mall check out a few things to get some clothes how to grab some clothes for the night because we're gonNA turn up Saturday night. Last night was the reason why we actually came here. You know what I'm saying and it was like I used to be a big club guy. You obviously noise to go out three or four nights. A week SEIS quote fuck five nights. A week and Vegas is a whole different level hanging no ever since the shooting was two octobers ago whatever you know business and Vegas has been down. It's a lot more strict. When you go to a club? They want you down. They fucking check acute fucking. TSA full checkup they don't play around anymore. You know they wanNA incidence and as good keep safe but let me wind back a little bit. We hit S. W. The last time I was at S W was right before my man q past q. Worldstar rest in peace and you know like I said we don't fuck around Steve Play around whether he's not here anymore or whatever the fuck the reason is. We hit S W I don't eat red meat but my boys are gone the Tomahawk Chop cut on the rebuy we had. I can't tell you how many we got a thirty eight ounce steak forty eight ounce steak another thirty six six ounce steak and then I got the Kobe Real Kobe not that bullshit thirty percent co before percents combat the real Kobe you know sixty dollars. An ounce coby got a four ounce Kobe stake my man Paul's Party WanNa make sure he's good and you know we had a good meal and Paul thinks that you know he got no money so he's like eight here here near shut fuck up Paul and I always tell them that you know what I mean but he he admitted after having his meal said you know this is the best data I've had in my life and I get as w don't fuck around and on top of that you could fuck fuck around spend thirty thousand dollars wine in there so we had an official meal. Go have a couple of drinks in his time to go to access. It's midnight we pull in and I'd surprise Paul had some cutouts made cardboard cutouts life-size. He know a postal some pictures of me and him a picture him in his god daughter my youngest daughter we go into off top six bottles off the start. Let me start by saying this. Everyone involved in the a win night life. I need to say thank you man Ryan Jones God bless you wrote. Thank you homie. I appreciate what you did for me and obviously obviously my crew and my boy Paul congratulations on your new baby as well but again thank you so much thank you to Cherie my wife's one of her best friends she connect me Ryan and my man jasmine who have known since used clubs in Detroit amid Jasmine through Ma boy rob Kardashian and jasmine came over here he started working with Armenian Hawk assault group and all that any jumped over to the win and he's at you know access now. He took care of me too. He blessed me on a whole different level jasmine who love you bro. You are really like mean got some crazy inside history and as love love and excess was just lit. It was fucking. I've not had fun in a club in so long and that was just fucking dope as fuck. It was fucking hilarious. There was this table he's Asian dudes and Asian goes next to US and there was turning up like motherfucker does Orange County. There's Vietnamese energy was incredible. Fuck with nobody. It was weird. It was the first time I had to tell probably fifteen people. I don't want to take a picks. I was drunk and on top of that. If you guys know this man listen man I'm not really trying to take a picture with girls inside a casino or hotel staying at just because of security purposes on wants to come back like Oh yeah been invited me to his room Blah Blah whatever it's a sad world we live in but that's the reality quality of it so if you don't get a picture with me inside a hotel don't take offense by uniform. Just they're eating. I don't want to have that liability high apologize and I was drunk but the founder. CEO OF UBER was there. He had a table like two tables down for me. We had a beautiful stage table. we win. They're acting coming up got to finally hook up and connect with my man Mo Mosul easy if you don't know Mo is a really up and coming powerful awful manager and the DJ world he manages a less. Oh he manages I forgot what the fuck are. The Do's name is but he manages marshmallow whose biggest fucking DJ and Adm World Right now marshmallows fucking huge this man Mohan. I'm so proud of you. I've been watching you from afar I see what you've been doing from how when you first started and got show your Lambruschini and where you are now you've really starting to fucking building empire and you know you. You're on your way to being a mogul. Even though you are many mobile now appreciate the love thank you for bringing me on stage man hustle wrestle did a dope job. It was dope to hang out marshmallow to Chris man much love on me congrats on your success. it was a dope night. He knows a lot of good energy. someone might Cuthbert as one of my car agents and kind of squashed some beef with Carter. He's a big car. Dude is also kind of big in the in the car car. Racing world is kind of doing his thing but had a good night I was tilted trunk. faulk had Rosa had dumpy had. AC spades had fucking by the way I drink a lot champagnes but people know my favorite champagnes our first and foremost Mo- wet nectar Imperio Imperio Rosa just tastes like Fruit Punch love that shit and it was a three way tie after that there's periods you a rosy dom pierrot and then sometimes I like crystal Rosa but anyways going on I had a nine hundred and forty-two trying some Belvedere had some Jack Daniel's some fucking Hennessy exo house out of my fuck mine I was twisted and thank God I was staying at the hotel. I decided to go back to the room gets room service and I went to bed at six. Am Fuck out of the ship was woke up like eleven forty five or twelve o'clock in my body hurt ten times more and mind you. I'm GONNA fucking Tokyo in three days so this this shit is mother. fucking crazy just had fucking just and then I did my room service. Come a smoothie green juice. Try to get right finally get my act together kind of go downstairs. Watch the SEAHAWKS play we get him on the fucking. We have touchdowns scored against us in the first minute of game. I'm like like this is not a good start and then it just got too crazy in the motherfuckers taking selfies from like four rows in front of me at the sports book people asking for pictures. Doing this apps like y'all. I'm hung over..
"imperio" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Five five one seven. That's PAC to three five five one seven. And welcome back to coast to coast coin to Warner with us Clinton. I remember in my younger days that the critics of marijuana would say it's going to destroy your brain, the more you use it. Nyoni of what we've learned now. Because in fact, the data shows that it is something of a brain shield and brain guard. The belief was that, of course, if you get high the effects that caused the high will damage the brain, and that's why you get the high. But instead, it's actually really the converse. And that is the fact that these Canaveral aids win they enter the brain, they reduce inflammation, neuro inflammation, and the oxidative stress, and those are the big components of degenerative, brain disease, sort of when you think of Alzheimer's disease other forms of dementia Lewy body dementia. There's really an attenuation of blocking of that effect. Now, you do get high, and you can get discombobulated from it. Because it is a powerful effect in the central nervous system. That's something people need to be aware of and people need to be careful, if they're not even they're an illegal state, and they think they're gonna try it for the first time, and they wanna have a good time. There are some things to think about here. Absolutely. How many people are incarcerated because of marijuana related crimes? It you have the federal. And then you have the state at the federal it tends to be more of crimes for distribution of large amounts. Whereas in the state state level, you tend to have four smaller either possession or small amounts for distribution. A lot of states, of course, have turned people free and our expunging the records. So it's really hard to say, I'm not, and I'm not sure on the federal level. What's going on with that? I don't think they've quite embraced that new idea of setting people free and clearing their records yet hopefully that will follow the Clinton what is happening in the field of investments with marijuana. I mean, I begin. I'm hearing ads all over the place for you know, small publicly held companies getting into growing and selling and what's happening there. Boy, it's like the new gold, rush or something way. And I'm not so much a part of that because I'm more into the health aspects. And I'm thinking maybe I should have gotten in early. But it is amazing when you see people I know that gene Simmons of kiss was always a big opponent of marijuana. And he spoke out about it. And. Thought it was a negative. Well, now, he's got a company and he's done an about face and he's investing in it. I thought it was kinda funny to find out that Joe Montana is gonna be investing in it. Because that you know, when you get to that level of someone like Joe Montana that just helps to normalize it. He's he's such a mainstream sports hero figure. And I think that when we get to that point. It's it's, you know, it's a done deal in terms of legalization and investments, and and I what I hope is that it's not gonna be an industry that steamrolls Mahler producers with in our giant factory produced cannabis because I I like I like the boutique cannabis myself, I haven't heard a downside yet from you on this. Well, you know, there are downsides. And we need to be honest about that sometimes I get caught in the middle because. I am an advocate, but I also don't want to overstate. The benefits without giving some cautions from what I would say is once again for the first time or early users be very careful. It's it can be overwhelming a lot of people think that they want to eat cannabis if when they're going to try that it's more wholesome. It's less like putting it in brownies. Yeah. Well, the really the the thing that I think people are getting in trouble with our or what they call gummy gummy bears where these little tiny bears, and they can be really loaded with a high dose of THC. And it's not a good time. If you get too much, it's an you're not in. You're not going to have the same kind of can kill. You know, no one's ever died on record. Hard because it doesn't interrupt. The the cardiac function the way the alcohol and opiates do they actually will block the signals that caused the heart. There are warnings on opioid bottles that don't mix with alcohol because it could be fatal. I mean, they come right out and tell you that right? And and that is one plus about marijuana is that it it does not have a fatal dose now. There may be if you know someone ingests a huge amount of concentrate, an insane enormous amount that may change. But I don't I there's never been a recorded wreck incident of death from cannabis because it just doesn't get into that part of the brain that controls your respiratory and heart function, and that's where the opiates and alcohol get to you. Affect your driving. Does it Imperio driving like alcohol would it can impaired driving and not I don't think to the degree alcohol? Does there's one good aspect to of cannabis that it doesn't always play out. But you have to remember the paranoia with alcohol. They're sort of vodka. I'm good to go. I can drive with cannabis marijuana. It's a little bit more. Like, you know, what I'm really baked? Let's give it an hour. Or you drive. I've seen that a lot and people are a little more aware. But we need to talk about that. Because it's not absolutely safe to get loaded on marijuana and drive. It's just not there needs to be some time to adjust and come down from the high. If you're gonna get behind the wheel, the one thing is it does not it doesn't seem to make people quite as. Slow and distract as alcohol does alcohol really just peers, it impairs your ability to do things. Yeah. Cannabis can I mean, you can get your space time reaction distortion, and you don't want to have that. If you need to break because someone's in a crosswalk, should there be a special test for someone who is too high if they're driving like there is with alcohol with the Breathalyzer? I it varies so much because alcohol is a more standard response. Whereas some people can get too high from one toke, whereas some people can manage know that they can manage one or two or three cokes and not be so loaded that they are completely Untung channel. So there should be some way to assess. And I guess there are you know, the roadside tests of IRA spots. There's some training about how. This is track. And you know, the ability to. Touch. You know, do the dexterity tests it it's a little bit of a quandary. But I don't think that it needs to be quite as harshly dealt with as with alcohol, but people, you know, people really be aware because don't dry if you're loaded. Uber. Get lift the way to do it. Absolutely. That's the smart way. Yeah. So what's what is new? Clint what do you think the next couple of years will be for for this? I think that we're going to see more legalisation, and the thing that we need to think about is that legalization has, of course, pluses and minuses and one thing that surprised me is sort of it's sort of the negatives of legalization. And I guess some of us should have seen that that when it was medical. It was kind of contained and there was access, and they were dispensaries and it worked really well now that it's legal. It's opened up the whole thing for greedy, ignorant politicians to get their clutching claws into and they're pumping up taxes. They're putting on these regulations that are. Just over over-regulated counterproductive. It used to be able to go to a dispensary and yet a little cellophane envelope. Full of your cannabis now that one eighth or you could get a large amount in that same envelope. Now, you go to a dispensary, and they have jars each eighth is in a plastic or glass jar in the waste stream that this is creating is insane. One eight th per jar. And you can't buy an ounce in a jar where I've seen it. It's all in separate eight. So you get eight jars per ounce, and it's just ridiculous. And the other aspect is, of course, the taxes and the greed of the politicians who think this is going to be their cash cow to do more unproductive programs that really takes us nowhere, but are expensive. But they forget we have an established black market infrastructure, and people are not going to pay what they're charging of unless they're tourists, but the people who've already established relationships with growers in and dealers can get it much cheaper. What is the pharmaceutical industry doing with this? Because if this works the way, I hear a new you tell it, you would think the drug companies one in on this in a big way. Yeah. That's that's an amazing aspect of this too. Because we seem. To be as my granny might say cutting off our nose despite our face in the United States. We still have cannabis regulated as a schedule one drug, and that's with the most severely addictive and damaging drugs. There are the heroine and just these terrible really severely restricted substances. And that means that they're completely forbidden use in any medical context or research for benefits you cannot research cannabis for benefits through the US federal government all of that work is being done offshore in other countries. So we have researchers who are doing research by creating what looks to be negative assessment studies, but they have some secondary values to find benefits or. Or they just people are doing studies to find negative aspects of the substance and they're turning out to find benefits. But there's no applied program in the United States to develop medicines from this plant that's all going on in Great Britain and Israel GW pharmaceuticals in Britain has vast greenhouses where they grow and they are producing under the tongue sprays epi- epide- locks for seizure disorders. And now, they're working on tumors tumor, suppression unbelievable. Yeah. It is. And here we are still mired in this Reefer madness prohibition mentality or the structures that have gone along with it. They're so outdated. And it's hobbling us as a nation from being able to be a part of this and letting our own pharmaceutical industry yet a hold on this. The interesting thing is because it's a plant molecule or these the family are plant molecules they cannot be patented. So it has to be an extraction and formulaic method that is is is patented. Now. What's what's going on in in the field of dabbing? What is that? Exactly. That say this is another thing that I don't think I really saw coming. So so clearly for years there. There's been whole marijuana. The flower, the flowers of the female plant where the resins are gathered. And produced and say that smoked as marijuana in a joint or a bond or a pipe or baked into goods. Now dabbing is and there was hashish and that generally involved separating some of the resin from the leaf material and concentrating that into a lump of resonance material that was much stronger than the plant material. Now dabbing is where they're the people who produce this material they extract very very purified. THC content wings are really concentrated and purified. So that it comes out instead of looking like black hash, this is almost translucent yellowish substance, and it's really really strong and the way it's ingested is there's usually now they have electric rigs. But. Rig with a nail or ceramic post, and it's heated up with a blow torch, and there's vents beneath that and the platform holes around it, and you put a sort of like a hurricane lamp top over that that's open at the top. And then you touch the like with a metal implement like one of those pictures on your teeth dentist, you take that in touch that to the nail and inhale that down through the vent holes. And then it goes into water, and is inhaled, and it's a lot..
"imperio" Discussed on Binge Mode
"The man. I'm here. I was I'm less. Delighted to see lavender Brown's corpse. That's a necessary. I thought very tough again fate on clear on the book. And the film is recycling. Lavender was he did eating gray back and is dead. I should also mention that the dragon flam base many many many people in goblins in these skate. Yeah. It's unambiguous roasting going on. I support everything. The dragon does not the dragons fall. The dragon has been chained and abused and the dragon deserves freedom fresh air. And hey, listen, if the dragon needs the tracks from the cart to crawl up to scale and evil goblins and wizards who would seek to thwart our friends or coming down one of those carts and the dragon max that car to stray so that those people or goblins their death. So be it. Shouts by the way to our guy. Bog rod? Yeah. Tough tough. Hurry, imperial, what do you think is the imperial affect by crippling far that smells good. Yeah. It's kind of like I. A great way to put it. I liked it. I liked it. Harry hits. Harry nipping the air like when halo smells, the fillet of salmon and Perry hits with twice bog ride in the throes of the imperial having a wonderful time delighting in his loss of agencies standing there as the dragon Reeves Zimin flame. Usually could've got a longer reaction shot of Harry, just being like. Solicit moment when run inherent her mind. All just like. Boy, and you can see like their thoughts playing out on the screen. It's basically like. We all have won- shouldn't even try to. I mean, it's kind of like parking your car in a in a loading zone. You know, it's like you. You have no one to blame for Baga, but yourself because you Imperio to him and just had him kind of standing there. Again. I will just say that bog rod as one of the participants in the clinker scheme of abusing the dragon like served to be fucking roasted alive by imperial fort..
"imperio" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"You saw that in Virginia last year in the special election where you had candidates running for the Virginia house talking about, like I have nothing to say about Trump all I care about is this traffic issue, and they went because it turns out that when you leave the state of Jin, you care lot about traffic. And so I'm, I'm not sure what that's going to result in in terms of twenty twenty nominee because I have gotten out of the business of trying to predict what's going to happen. Haven't been residential, but I do think that Democrats on the ground are really going with a. Okay. What are people actually worried about? Not like, I think that there's a sense that there's like what we get riled up about on Twitter. There are people who are fake worried about the. And then there are people, you know, I think when I was before I came to, you know, I was paying my own my own healthcare and that was that's a major concern for millions of people. I was really concerned about housing issues because I live in the city of DC berry expensive for housing and kind of Imperio when we decide to have a family. That's something we need to think about. And it is for a lot of people which is what you're saying, housing becoming a big electoral issue. I think in Seattle elsewhere. I wanted to become a big deal. I think I think you're absolutely right, especially on the Twitter point, which is that a Twitter is largely fake. You know, it is all of the outrage. All. I think that is largely fake when it gets down to real people. I'm skeptical that we're going to be returning to federalism. I hope you're right. I think it'd be very nice if we do that, but I think that we're thoroughly in the bread and circuses politics, entertainment presidential politics, entertainment mode, but we'll have to see. I have to let you go Jane. Thank you for being here. We will have to have you back. Straight, have a good one, the letter. So we we have get to mail bag before we do that..
"imperio" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is fresh air signs and t, shirts saying we are q or q. A non have been popping up at recent Trump. Rallies it's an illusion to a theory that Trump is about to crack down on a secret cabal of bureaucrats and. Agencies who are subverting the president and his programs what many described as the deep state allegations of a hidden government cabal aren't. New, to American political discourse but. The phrase deep state is and to. Our linguists Jeff Berg those words are charged with ominous connotations the deep state really only the name. Is new the citizens of democracies have always been suspicious about concentrations of unelected power. In the late days of the Roman. Republic Cicero denounced, the, triumvirate who had usurped the role of the Senate, as the imperium in Imperio or the government within the government nowadays. The alleged usurpers go By more pedestrian. Names the invisible government the hidden government the shadow government those names, often reflect plausible concerns sometimes about the. Lobbyists and business interests who shaped regulation and policies. Sometimes about the career civil servants who seemed to care mostly about protecting their bureaucratic turf but the allegations can also. Tip over into the convoluted narratives of conspiracy theory where people are covering bulletin boards with pins and string to show how everything's. Secretly, connected to everything else The deep state, story conforms to, the intricate grammar, of those conspiracy narratives the. Term was, marginal in American politics until. It was picked up by Breitbart news in two thousand sixteen and quickly adopted, by the, president and his allies the president. Has been pending to his tweets as a kind of mantra where's the vnc server and why didn't the FBI take possession of it deep state it's an elastic label depending on the, occasion it can, encompass the Justice, department the intelligence. Communities the Pfizer courts the Democrats and the media in short it's a cabal of unelected leftist officials lodge deepen the government who are conspiring to thwart the administration's policies discredited supporters and ultimately. Even overturned Trump's election it's gotten to the point where some of the president's defenders are describing the Russia investigation as an attempt to launch a coup that's not a word where you To hearing in American political discourse but then there's something. Alien about the phrase deep state itself until, recently it was chiefly used for developing countries like Turkey and Pakistan where. The government answers to shadowy elites in the military and intelligence services and we're coups and purges are routine occurrences granted not many people who talk about the. Deep state or aware of that origin but there's a trace of those, dark connotations in the very decision to talk about the state rather than the government. It's a March of words in America what. Usually comes to mind when you, say state is, the political units, that make up the United. States like, Alabama Naoming apart from a. Few locations like church and state or state secrets we don't often talk about, the state, the way other nations due to. Refer to our central government or to the country as a whole and is William Safire noted in his political dictionary when Americans. Do use the state that way The word is freighted with talent. -tarian connotations he pointed to phrases like the garrison state and police state and you could add state terrorism surveillance state and above all enemy of the state a label that exists only in countries that make political opposition a criminal offence Liberal critics of Fox News take advantage of those connotations when they described the network as state television the phrase. Brings to mind the media that serves mouthpieces for autocratic regimes in China and, Russia not the government run networks in New Zealand or France and conservatives rely, on those same connotations to Adam align note to the epithets they used to denounce the overreach of government programs, Safire described welfare state as an attack phrase that was synonymous with. Creeping socialism the American right borrowed the nanny state from British Conservatives during the, Thatcher years and the, regulatory state was added. A decade later when the state takes on that to tell a. -tarian color it becomes a monolith that expands to fill every, corner of society that's the very definition of totalitarianism as miscellany put it everything within, the state nothing outside the state nothing against the state when. Conservatives condemned the Evils of state, ISM rather than a big government they tend to focus. On the way the state infiltrates everyday life the double yellow lines that. Forbid passing on empty rural black tops or a ban on unpasteurized cheeses it's that suggestion of. Ruthless efficiency that makes the deep state sound more ominous, than a name like the invisible government we think of a government as a collection of people with all their foibles and frailties. Recall the sarcastic quip that Ronald Reagan made famous the nine most terrifying words, in the English language are I'm from the government and I'm here to help, that's what the phrase government bureaucrats typically brings to mind meddlesome bunglers who think they know our interest better than, we do whereas the specter of the deep state is chilling precisely. Because it seems to be so capable hidden from view orchestrates complex schemes across, half a dozen agencies, berries incriminating documents compromises inconvenient opponents with Spurs Allegations the government and the, state those are the. Twin bogies have conservative rhetoric the hapless functionaries who can never get their act together the conniving ideologues who. Can what's not clear is where the notion of a public servant fits in Jeff Berg is a linguist who teaches at the university of. California Berkeley school of information if you'd like to catch up on fresh air interviews you missed like this week's interview with. Jennifer FOX about her EMMY nominated HBO film the tale based on how she was sexually abused by her running coach when she was thirteen check out our podcast you'll find, lots of fresh air interviews.
"imperio" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is fresh air signs and, t shirts saying we are q or. Q a non have been popping up at recent. Trump rallies it's an illusion to a theory that Trump is about to crack down on a secret cabal of bureaucrats. And agencies who are subverting the president and his programs what many describe as the deep state allegations of a hidden government cabal. Aren't, new to American political discourse, but. The phrase deep state is and to. Our linguists Jeff Berg those words are charged with ominous connotations the deep state really only the name. Is new the citizens of democracies have always been suspicious about concentrations of unelected power. In the late days of the Roman. Republic Cicero denounced the, triumvirate who had usurped the role of the Senate, as the imperium in Imperio or the government within the government nowadays. The alleged usurpers go By more pedestrian, names the invisible government the hidden government the shadow government those names, often reflect plausible concerns sometimes about the. Lobbyists and business interests who shaped regulation and policies. Sometimes about the career civil servants who seemed to care mostly about protecting their bureaucratic turf but the allegations can also. Tip over into the convoluted narratives of conspiracy theory where people are covering bulletin boards with pins and string to show how everything's. Secretly, connected to everything else The deep state, story conforms to, the intricate grammar, of those conspiracy narratives the. Term was, marginal in American politics until. It was picked up by Breitbart news in two thousand sixteen and quickly adopted, by the, president and his allies the president. Has been appending to his tweets as a kind of mantra where's the vnc server and why didn't the FBI take possession of it deep state it's an elastic label depending. On the occasion, it can encompass, the Justice department. The intelligence communities the Pfizer courts the Democrats and the media in short it's a cabal of unelected leftist officials lodge deepen the government who are conspiring to thwart the administration's policies discredited supporters. And ultimately even overturned Trump's election it's gotten to the point where some of the president's defenders are describing the Russia investigation as an attempt to launch a coup that's not a word I used to hearing in American political discourse but then there's something alien about the. Phrase deep state itself Until recently it was chiefly used for, developing countries like Turkey and Pakistan where the. Government, answers to shadowy elites in the military and intelligence services and we're coups and. Purges are routine occurrences granted not many people, who talk about the deep state or aware, of that origin But, there's, a trace of those dark connotations in the very decision to talk. About the state rather than the government it's a March choice of words in America what usually comes to mind when you say state is the political units that make up the United States. Like Alabama Wyoming apart from a few locations, like church and state or state secrets we. Don't often talk about the state the way other nations due, to refer to our central government or to the country is a whole and is, William Safire noted in this political dictionary when Americans do use, the state that. Way the word is freighted with talent -tarian connotations he pointed to phrases like the garrison state and, police state and you could add state terrorism surveillance state and, above all enemy of the state a label that exists only in countries, that make political opposition a criminal offence liberal. Critics, of Fox News take advantage of those connotations when they described the network as State television the phrase brings to mind the media that service. Mouthpieces for autocratic regimes in China and Russia. Not the government run networks in New Zealand or France and conservatives rely on those same connotations to Adam, align note, to, the epithets they used to denounce the overreach of government programs Safire. Described welfare state as an attack phrase that was synonymous with creeping socialism the American right borrowed the nanny state from British Conservatives during the Thatcher years and the regulatory state was added a. Decade later when the state takes on that, to tell Terry and color it becomes a. Monolith that expands to fill every corner of society that's the, very definition of totalitarianism as Mussalini put it everything within the state nothing outside the, state nothing against the state when conservatives condemned the evils of, state ISM rather. Than a big government they. Tend to focus on the way the state infiltrates every day They life the double yellow lines that forbid passing on empty rural black tops or. A ban on unpasteurized cheeses it's that suggestion of ruthless, efficiency that makes the deep state sound more ominous than a name like the invisible government we think of a government as a. Collection of people with all their foibles frailties recall the sarcastic quip that Ronald, Reagan made famous the nine most terrifying words in the English language are I'm, from the government and I'm here to help that's the phrase government bureaucrats typically brings to mind meddlesome bunglers who, think they know our interest better than we do whereas the specter. Of the deep state is chilling precisely because it seems to be so capable, hidden from view orchestrates, complex schemes across half a dozen agencies berries incriminating documents compromises inconvenient opponents with spurious allegations the. Government and the state those are the twin bogies of conservative rhetoric The. Hapless functionaries who can never get their act together the conniving ideologues who can what's not clear is where the notion of a public servant. Fits in Jeff number. Is a linguist who teaches at the university of California Berkeley school of information if you'd like. To catch up on fresh air interviews you missed like this week's interview with Jennifer FOX about her EMMY nominated HBO film the tale based on how she was sexually abused, by her running coach when she, was thirteen check out our. Podcast you'll find lots of fresh air interviews Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller our interviews and reviews produced an edited any.
"imperio" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Can assign an app to a specific monitor in a specific location so like if i type in semi call just on my keyboard on my mac semi colon our mp record imperio it's going to open up skype and my recording tools on an extra monitor to the left it's going to open up a a messages screen to katie so i can send her a text messages while we record it'll open up the safari on my main screen and open up to the show outlined it just does everything automatically for me and with the two monitors i'm fighting now i built scripts for most of my work mode so i can easily jump between them during the dates really nice the the downside is the resolution isn't as tight and the colors are not as good as they are on the i mac monitor the mac is better monitor i mean it's five ks opposed to four k so little dots are smaller but also i think just the color reproduction on the mac is is far superior but for a reference monitor is fine it was like three hundred and fifty bucks so it didn't break the bank and if i had thought this through the beginning i would have bought the amazon makes the a double arm you know where you can put two computers on but since i did this two months apart actually have to separate monitor arms attached to my desk but it's not that big of a deal and but my new setup is i've got two screens looking at me and it's really nice so twenty seven inches apparently wasn't enough for me clearly but it's you know for some of the production stuff i'm doing it's it's really nice to have those extra pixels and and i'm finding uses for it all day long like even just run a linda course on the left screen while i'm sitting here sorting through files and things like that it's it's really nice i like having dual monitors even though mine is just you know the the thirteen inch macbook pro monitor is and then the twenty four inch monitor on my screen i find that i can shuffle a lot of little things off onto the the smaller thirteen inch monitor you know like right now my skype window is there and my recording windows are there while i have the main things that were working on to the podcast on on the monitor right in front of me now are years more situated where there's one monitor that's more centrally in front of you and the other one is kind of off to the side is that how it's working or exactly i sit centered at the i mech and then the other ones is to my left and it's just over to the side and one of the things that i was thinking with the new home office i'll talk more about that later in the show but i always loved the idea of a status board or some way of kind of having information on your wall silane thinking you know obsessively about this home office like in my going to get a big calendar on the wall like there's some really cool wall calendars you can get or you know how am i going to keep track of things and one idea that occurred to me is why don't i put like a big tv like a forty two inch tv on the wall behind the i mac just up above so i can look up and i could run an hd my cable off the i mac and i could keep like fantastic alip there my on on the focus kind of like my own build my own status board off of my i mac but the more thought about it i'm like first of all i have some i issues where when i've got.
"imperio" Discussed on The HT Guys
"Fast forward you just watch this show just play straight through and is dumb not dumbers is i world issues it sounds having to click the button because they only have fifteen seconds skip you might have to click the button ten or fifteen times to get through commercial sequence see the when i say that it sounds kinda silly doesn't it but it's kinda nice that when you do the no commercial version of cbs and hulu it you just sit back and watch it without any searching for a remote control yeah it's funny because they still have the commercial breaks in the show so it goes to black and then comes right back to the show so you don't have to skip through commercials but those breaks are still there but you're right is better than having to hit the skip fifteen times all right so next new story apple tv is making the easier for customers to log into their pay tv apps for individual channels with a feature in the next upgrade of its tv os platform is going to be called zero sign on and what it's gonna do is apple will automatically sign subscribers into all the v apps that are detected by their broadband service so if you have say cox cable and you're getting your internet through cox cable it will know this and then it will say oh okay you don't even have to put in a password you are good to go on all the app so if you're a satellite subscriber or a direct tv over the top subscriber is not going to do any good but the single sign on stuff is so cool because every time you get in there and you have to add all of your accounts but all your passwords in is a bummer yeah imperio's it will ask you to sign back on the apple tv and all you do is it remembers your email address you have to give it a password and then it redoes it i think they just want to keep it from you signing in and may be giving the the device somebody else you're signing in at their house and just leaving turned on all the time.
"imperio" Discussed on Super Station 101
"To the program good morning of postage watch there the guys that are it looks like there is through xu card or something that's that's the way it works you've got you've got to say the rat things body like you gotta say school safety is not a political issue that's one of them you have to say yeah i know i go one talk now he's the show this whole they shouldn't uh at least he filled it is uh is that the kid with the saved head no no shave ask a girl who does the girl with the say ted she's the one it's like the heads scream scream person right arctic to go uh journalism his uh against the caskey at i got you yeah yeah now a little to flush bucket a lot of blowback for calling on out for shorter routes i've always hurts our old woman dutch color on her hair we love this guy got it i'm sorry known i gotta i'm hanging detail bin laden layers so he about it on outer roots for a second i did think something about i just missed i missed it up because this show is always so positive it's like npr something i just didn't catch it we're always focused here you're not gloat imperio brown welcome to the program uh my favorite uh talk radio guy i appreciate it sir yellow of the best uh wnd he's got an i've really enjoy listen yell thank you know the uh uh people are beginning to try to blame uh trump for some of this you know they've got nothing better to do than to us attacked a republicans any change they give it saw stateless fight back and uh of course there's no simple solution to this uh uh this loose and are what caused it but i'll tell you there is a factor there that uh we need the blame the democrats for the democrats are the ones that removed god bibles and prior from the scoops.
"imperio" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"Get big plays there just weren't really very in sink and i guess that's what happened when you lose one of the best titans in the league they also missed a field goal which was pig and what was crazy though was that the titans sometimes you see these gains hewlett i if they press every single button they'll be able to get back into the ski that in happen for the titans they almost boxes bad again twice when they screwed up i came over the place where did they muffed a point on it and i'm just thinking to myself i tweeted at some as i can't stand it tightens right now like they make we met had how bad they're playing in a situation but the game they probably should have had but i gotta give some new amerio to hear man i mean he kept it together and ito gatx threads we've got group threads going up gaza texted back and forth and somebody right something about nfl q bees in mubone my buddies rights nfl qb in quotes refer to clarke's imperio to outline tag made amends outage on a win football games i thought he kept together and i thought he showed a lot to a lot of that said always had a bomb year well human issued a road playoff win that's something that people don't do a lot in kansas city i was impressed with him donate maybe the air quotes wasn't meant as disrespect what has a compliment because it's not like he didn't catch a touchdown pass quarterback he's really more than that kind of their best running back that was not barrett henry had a great game he had a great game a week before but he had a really good game but mariola is i'm really pivotal in at running game repair liza what are their best receivers do because he threw a touchdown pass to himself backed his from i was pretty wild losing to the morning rose on espn radio clinton yates dummy foxworth munich let's see what the titans head coach mike were lucky had to say after the game about his job status.
"imperio" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Seven you've got kaplan imperio across the way schwartz with your updates good first hours we spent a lot of time on the steelers and the patriots match up coming up later on this hour little baseball steve phillips mlb network radio former mets general manager will join us so we'll talk about the winner meetings that concluding the baseball moves that continue to happen throughout the course of the offseason but we kickoff our numbertwo because after an instagram post earlier in the week number twelve is back in green bay and for arron rogers as you disgusts about day day and a half ago well he's back while he's back to play quarterback i'm just going to bring you the energy and enthusiasm that i always do the practice obviously i think there's an expectation of the the way i play on sunday in helmand employ i enjoyed those expectations i enjoy are meeting those urge cd knows that's what it means to be a leader in this locker room and and a quarterback of his team is is going out perform an enduring your job hopefully gives a lift some the guys but i'm not coming back to to save this team i'm coming back to to play quarterback the way i know how to play it and and hopefully we all raise level of or plates collectively and find a way to win these three games endless in that got his back i mean odyssey because the injuries national football league this year have been an absolute disaster bad quarterback play when you lose the likes of one of the young dynamic signalcallers or two of the young dynamic signalcallers one it is rookie earned the show watson to another toward a c l second time eased toward is acl different knee one time a clemson now member of the houston texans but look how big of a story line it becomes almost an afterthought we're sitting here on the saturday morning.
"imperio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The government's propaganda porsche you could imagine what when what could china offer them or the us offer them what's threat could could they make which would get the north korean leader to step back from this position it's hard to see that happening now challenor of course could cut off oil supplies all gas supplies to north north korea i mean it it has more cars than any other country but what it doesn't want is for the ride jim to collapse i mean we've been speaking about this over the last few days but the thing that china fees more than the destabilising effects of north korea's nuclear program would be a complete collapse in that regime which could conceivably see a unified korean peninsula with us troops on the border now there's no way china's go going to allow that to happen and so for this reason it's not going to push that hard that it would see the north korean government fall steven from their thank you as the bbc's stephen mcdonnell in beijing ralitsie kenyan ally on friday the supreme court may that historic decision to end now last month president and action so what happens next when he says and consider that and good morning indeed romero be visitti have woken up or been away for the last couple of all these of course of additional user but also just getting a first what's going on of the street people talking about about let me just walk you through what opera to take you about a little bit gloucester modern can yours will be able bogus banker i witnessed people voted for who are resolved while that of working out a big covered president one but election according to electoral commission brick wall denies that election bought with reports of kenya in an unprecedented move never signalled the continent for mollify byelection on friday and it's it's left an interesting situation imperio i'll tell people calling it.
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