19 Burst results for "James Okay"
"james okay" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah And in fact but okay I've used it I take one time avoid it once somebody is caught where they say about social security or something else like some sort of something that you really can't use or some security How does China play And they'll say and then I'll just restrict into some nonsensical Chinese company In fact my Friends have even used it before That's great That's great You're a budding Sid Caesar And they get a better get a kick out That's great That's great All right always good to hear from you Thanks James Okay happy holidays YouTube card for me Oh that's so kind Thank you Yeah since these are great at this of the nonsensical language and he'd always always do those bits And it's just classic But it's gotten to the point where so many of these calls are fairly sinister And I just don't have the time So again my mode is if I don't recognize the phone number or if there is no phone number it'll go to voicemail and I'll worry about it later But obviously with the ability to robocall it's nonstop Now we have a lot of phone lines for obvious reasons multiple radio stations and other ventures And of course you guys I keep 6 of them just for you guys You know you could use one of them now 888-876-5593 That's 88 88 Raleigh Anyway so I've got 6 And it's a hunt group So if someone's on line one line two rings and so forth down the line Well when we're not on the air so these are 6 lines and they've all got individual phone numbers obviously For some reason line 5 is on every telemarketers list and none of the others Line one of course we'll go to voicemail automatically when I'm not on the air But for the other lines they'll just ring because there is no voicemail on them because they're part of a group So so it is that two three four and 6 never a call Nothing 5 every 45 minutes from 8 in the morning till 9 at night And it can't just be robo dialing Because they're not dialing the other numbers And as far as some of the other lines I had a phone number for a while that I liked I thought this was a nice phone number but for whatever reason it too wound up on the robocall list And so it was as I say like every half hour over 45 minutes nonstop And eventually I changed it And when I did just stopped completely So that's when I realized it isn't completely just a robo situation They're getting these somehow And I don't know how But why it is on line 5 and the hunt group and I'm not going to change that number Leaving it just like it is there it is But yeah I've got them with I'm a sucker for numbers I like the toll free number 88 88 Raleigh That actually goes to 6 ten 6 40 6400 Because I like that And it doesn't matter that I'm nowhere near it It's a nice number So I had another one that I got years ago because I liked it Three two one 600 O 600 So that sounds nice I'll use that for something Well it turns out that three two one is the area code for cape canaveral There is an area code four O 7 apparently which is basically Orlando Four O 7 with the same number 600 O 600 $5 cab All I can tell you is I've gotten a ton of calls for people wanting the $5 cab And from all I can tell is probably it'll get you anywhere in Orlando or cape canaveral or something for $5 But I've never gotten a call in the day I've never gotten a call in the early evening It's only late at night This $5 cap And occasionally officer I'll set him right over But most of the time I feel sorry for the people and I don't So over the years with all my numbers I've had a lot of them One of my favorites was I had a number that was close to a hospital and some women called talking about for all I could tell her kid at the sniffles I don't know It didn't sound It didn't sound important to me So she just wailed on and what should I do And I said well ma'am it's the start of a long range of problems I suggest putting the child up for adoption Stunned silence Yeah finally you got the wrong number And like that But there were two times when it wasn't a wrong number it was legitimately my number And it was a thing where the entity in question had been a business that was no longer a business because I picked numbers I like again they all are simple numbers You remember And they've done something like reprinted a catalog or in the case of security Pacific bank They've reprinted their entire list of loan originating phone numbers And this was for people who wanted to refi And so all of the branches were giving out what had turned out no longer to be their number not for a couple years but my number And at first I called them And I said you're giving out my phone number and well we're sorry There's nothing we can do about it This was just reprinted I said you're telling me there's nothing you can do about it Well I'm sorry ma'am You know next year I said okay Well there's something I can do about it And I hung up And so I continued to get the calls And now I'm in a feisty mood They're not willing to do something about it Well I am So I got the call and for someone saying I want to refi And I firstly looked up what the words I needed to know like a lot number plot number in all this kind of stuff And so I'd ask them all the questions that you would normally ask and they'd give me the answers which I would be ignoring for the most part But then I said well let me check that Well ma'am we foreclosed on that property last month This is no longer in your name You can't refinance because you don't own it Well of course it's like New Year's Eve the fireworks And I said please go down to your branch They can help you And so after about 5 of these I get a call from somebody saying we're going to do a cease and desist I said I hope so And they said what I said I told you to reprint your list If you don't reprint your list there's nothing I can do when people call my number And.
"james okay" Discussed on Wonderful!
"I do so badly. Okay i wanna talk about saracho. Okay saracho is one of those things that i think is intimidating because you think oh must be so spicy but it's really not that spicy. If you use it moderately monetarily monitor early early. I think you should i like it. I like this is an example of a tomato base situation. That i like on eggs like sarah on like eggs. I obviously also like it on noodles Incredible stuff that that Chili peppers distilled vinegar garlic sugar salt. Yeah it's definitely a good gateway drug into other chili paste opportunities big fan of like some ball which i probably didn't pronounce correctly. Yeah i also just like the container. i mean. we spent a long time. I mean listen let this might be a two part episode. But i like the container of saracho. It's very easy to like. You know portion control. I think so too. Yeah catch up. You're like whoa slowdown. But saracho has got very fine point. Do we need to. Let's just do a quick just like gut check okay okay. Dips are dips. Dips condiments dips condiments. Yes or no. Oh i know. I mean usually you have to special order. I see condiment. Is something that you could find on the table in a restaurant without you even having to ask one and like hamas for example. I don't see that as a conman okay on my list. I have a fruit jam. Which i don't see as a condiment Although sometimes you will find that on a table in breakfast Yeah i think. Jim i think james okay. I think it's gotta be single ingredient thing right like spinach and neural. Listen a spinach and artichoke. Dip is not a condiment. Because that's it's got so much stuff and i've just been reading you ingredients to various tips that we said that we like. Yeah but like i can't. I'm probably not going to make saracho. But i could make spinach and artichoke dip. Do you know what i mean. See i think my my myrow works better okay. Fine gravy is crazy economist. He's gotta be right. No that's aside. you know what. That's a suhaimi jewish. You don't just eat. But you put it on stuff to change the flavor and texture of yao but like you wouldn't see gravy out at a restaurant just for regular use fair okay so then. Curry is also we would not curry is curry. Comes in so many love. And i i've yet to meet a curry. I don't a door but is it. i think it's an entree. i think it's an entree. Yeah if you ordered off the menu and it's like come get this curry like you don't see on a menu like hey come have some come house..
"james okay" Discussed on Daily Pop
"First day. It's always you know sir. Well i don't know what you pressure because it must be tough being the pros stuff. I can't reveal anything at all. I wanna do is tell you. I know you can late. Especially you james okay. My husband now must be tough being a professional dealing with amateurs. I oh i know i can dance and dance and somebody can can dance. You know it kills me. Yeah but like. I prefer almost the athletes. Because when you have dance experience and it's not ballroom dance it's like you have to train your brain and it's a lot harder to really develop. I guess new habits when you've been doing something for so long right so like with. Aj that was our. I guess challenge as a couple. Last season was to get rid of those like hip hop like posture. Like you have to. And i mean you should never watch me dance hip hop because it's like very very proper hip hop i don't even know if there's such a thing but like even with hip hop dancers like aj like for him to stand up tall. It just wasn't consistent because he's been doing the other way for so many years so it's nice to have somebody in a way that has no experience because then they got no bad habits experience and you like athletes. How do you feel about the cast. in general. that's been announced. I think this is first of all of the fact that we're going into season thirty. It's just a blessing. I never thought moving here from new york. You know like come in here. And i'm like one season i'm going to go back to one. Thirty six thousand. Adam clayton and i'm gonna go back there and i'm gonna dance and compete. I've never doing this again. Cut to thirty twenty four seasons. I've been on yeah amazing. It's been some of dancing with the stars. Exactly or maybe tom brady of your time ratings. How many minerals do you have to be a long time ago. My mirrors are falling off the mirror ball. So i think it's time for a new one now must heard after although seasons. Who was the person that.
"james okay" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Who do you have. I grenade for you house. Already mentioned it. I'm going to go ahead and throw it out. I know james looked brilliant against the fucking jacksonville. Jaguars fast one of the worst teams in the nfl. And keep in mind. Those passes he threw passes no doubt about it. We're talking about some ridiculous catches that callaway had to make to bring those in. So let's let's put that off the side but for me. I'm going to go with the saints. I don't dislike the colts. They were on my list as well. But for the saints. Here's my big issue with the saints. No matter how we ended up slicing it. I know james looked looked pretty good but i believe that the saints are going to inevitably end up running the football a little bit more because drew brees isn't there and there's a little bit less trust in the quarterback situation without drew brees and when that happens what is going to be the result is it's going to be difficult to maintain efficiency on early downs when you're passing less than inevitably you're going to be facing more third down attempts and those third down attempts on average are going to be longer yards to go than they were last season and as a result your offense overall is going to be worse. It's going to be faced with these more third down attempts with longer yards to go which are obvious passing situations which then the defense can pin their ears back. You're gonna get sacked more often. You're going to turn the ball. More often throw interceptions or sack. Fumbles and this is a recipe for disaster for team like the saints. That was just so good with drew brees at playing on schedule eliminating turnover staying ahead of the sticks and fix efficiently moving the football down the field. I simply think that you're gonna have jamie's and a little sprinkle of tastes. And and i just i just don't like the involvement of tastes them. I don't think this is anywhere close to the situation. You may have in san francisco. Where is the jimmy. Garoppolo show early in the season but will insert a little bit trae lance which has some really high upside plays in. You can actually throw the football down the field. This is like a totally different version. That haysom is bad okay. Charlie shirt tastes hymns. Tastes them say young. Qb like trae. lance no no taste is. He's thirty years old. That got information. I didn't realize it was thirty. He is old and look. I mean god bless him you know. He's he's he's probably a really nice guy but the reality is she is not a quarterback in the modern air football. He's fine for like line. Runs short yardage drawn. You kind of are very predicted on the field. A little bit like cam newton yet much worse as a passer. In my opinion i knew. You're big on a big mac and down kipton. I have seen came. I'm a huge mack. Jones fan we could talk about mack. Come on i four. We do that. I'm gonna break out an old pack of cigarettes for back. Jones subjects ob so giddy about backbones. I can't even talk about. So here's the case for free estimate on thursday on the saints for them actually going over. That breeze really held them back last year. Because brees was just bad bike. He couldn't through passes. And if you if your banking on this this marquez. Calloway who everybody is. You know having a circle jerk about as like the sleeper fantasy receiver of all time this year. Just becoming michael thomas and then you can somehow right the michael thomas ship at some point during the season and james has the ability to fling the ball around. You got sean payton and the whole thing like you don't think they could still go ten and seven will look i. I think i think yours the issue with james okay. Let's take it back to your team. The patriots how did i know it's slightly different situation. Not a perfect parallel. But tom brady without rob gronkowski in two twenty nineteen and with shit receivers in two thousand nineteen looked terrible right. Like let's be honest. He did not look good whatsoever. Then he goes down to. Bruce arians offense in tampa bay. And he's got mike evans and he's got chris godman. Of course gronkowski comes back. But he's got a lot of good wide receivers that are in tampa and he looks like a million bucks will guess where james looked like a million bucks in the offense that all on brady looked good. Now what is james going to in new orleans. I love sean payton. And if the saints make the postseason and potentially make iran. He's coach of the year. In my opinion you've got to maybe get a little bit down on a future for sean payton coach of the years and outside shot if the saints end up doing something really well but from a grenade perspective james now going here. Calloway seems to be a stud. But he's completely unproven. Who the hell knows when. Michael thomas is gonna come back and the rest of that. Receiving core is one of the worst in the nfl. They just lost their tight end. Trautmann for a little while like i think this receiving core is very bad. Clearly in my opinion they're number. One receiver is going to be the running back alvin kamara. He's going to catch the most passes there. That's far from an ideal situation to game plan and offense around. We're talking about james like pushing the ball down the field and like giving more of an arm shrink but i think the guys catching the most passes closer. Linux scrimmaging alvin kamara so. I don't disagree that he's going to be able to do some things that drew brees couldn't do but i'm also not convinced that all the sudden is smart. Decisions are going to be there. All the negative decisions are going to be gone. He's not going to turn the ball over. He's not gonna take bad sacks he's not gonna fumble the ball so i think there's a lot of potential for the saints to go under their win total which is nine and a grenade..
"james okay" Discussed on The Divine I AM
"My two hands in front of my heart. Shocker in my head is looking down now. I think i'm connecting to you. Your higher self. I'm hearing to embrace the moment right to focus on now to focus Love to focus on South love feeding a little. I want. I don't wanna say down. 'cause i don't feel like emotions or things like that but a little bit. Do not make sense. Not hyper but not low depressed for that type of thing where it of who. Yeah so they are telling. That's why my two hands in front of your heart car and intoning you to embrace the moment right now and to in gray. Oh i goose fun. At in. I have i'm getting some tebow. Spirit love or surrounding you letting you know that i love you so much in there always are you and then they want you to learn love yourself mar and self care. Software is most important for you. They are actually blocking everything. Like iran deal in. I only see you doing this like this moment. Like you're blocking whatever outside noise or whatever whatever but you are. I see that you're focusing here in two hands in front of your heart in harsh art is related to relationship But i'm not getting relationship message. I'm getting self love message in letting you know that they are offering you because they are surrounding. You is the conditional up now and that's a message for you so probably there's some healing going on By they want you to focus at this moment to love yourself more garrisoning. It does it. It really really does. I lost my husband in october. So sorry and so. That's the healing. I'm going through so thank you very much. You welcome. Thank you more sending you so much love sending love and he'll do I just wanna go into the feeds. I see james okay. He has a question. Welcome james he says what the spirit me when they say. Move city or exercise j- What the spirit mean by move job exercise another city okay. The reason i log is because usually when i see i don't know that the energy or whatever time in their divine the moving five so once i see a person or read a message our contacts. But i'm getting very a a spiritual sense of humor out there..
"james okay" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I'm michael in jayme. Goes james okay. At what point is this is respectful. I was just watching. Who who's at fucking rory on your podcast. Yes bells. yes fury. I told you to watch for skews me. No carry ideologue reason. I thought it was rory as brad pitt. And now he's like yeah. No we've been talking about it. Grew they're at is why plan. B crew films pit crew films. You son of a bitch bad for the b. and plan you're a bit of a bit for not calling it pit crew you said was released. Let's go to war. And i say hurry an only if they're going to war watching it and as i'm watching it i'm like i can't watch this at night. No within a month of taking psychedelics. Because there's so much gore in it. Yeah and yet. I'm really enjoying it. Because the booth is amazing penny as amazing really enjoying the is amazing and i like to pretend i'm not even through it that it's a prequel inglorious bastards. I could see that. It's very similar. Ceo elon on. Need you killing crowd. My favorite donnie. Yup yeah that's it yeah notting. Yep that's it. we got a nazi out here. Wants to die for his country. See if he'd be happy to a blodget oblige him didn't make enough. You could donnie. Yep that's directo. This man is dying so we go out out. Good does a certain. What if after all this. I'm like we lost him so I get out there. There's a story in this about early victories k. We start to get him in. And the other guy my compatriot in this yes says you don't know you can stand up man right. We get them in real reef sensitive. You know we're going to. We were beecher. We're here you can stand now. Stand now you can stay on man. Yeah yeah doesn't feel good. That is an uncle in. That's an uncle's yeah. Yeah yeah. of course wrinkle yeah. It's runkel rick. Going to lose my ex had an uncle rag. I did not care for us. Let's keep everyone when he goes. You could stand up now man. He stands yeah. he's up. i go. You did a good thing man to the guy who didn't get help really no. It's about to happen. No i did. Yeah i'm just saying he got. He got him turned around. Got him up. I he deserves the credit ago. You did a good thing. He goes man you youtube. I wouldn't and i go. I know. I know. I know you wouldn't have joking. I go. I go larry no it here it is. I'd go go go now. You did a good thing you know. And he goes off thanks expand you know he just heard i go to and i go. I'm daniel and he goes jeff and we hug we hug in in the wake and i look over guy boom back down in the water rush order. I get buddy okay. I can't stand. I have no energy. And i was like where we let him go to thought he was good now. He's back down but he backed down in water. You stand there. He's an apple. He's bob and yes. He's bobby no. And i get them up then i platoon in forrest. Gump did not go over. The th you know like i don't know no no no no no no not or would it be is so emasculating. And not like a baby still. Yeah and i go. I got i got you. I walk them. And there's a big huge tree. And i just so you sit here okay. I need to sit here for a minute. Sketches you go back to. What's the guy's name. Jeff jeff you over to jeff and you do like a soul shake like like man pablo pat and you're talking to you like that was. That was real stuff in the background. That's all the guy like fucking eagles start packing. He's like he's on fire. Get keeps dying whenever you guys are walking back towards my watch. No no no bob bob. Don't by way that's thanks. Lose shuffled back to the. I want my wife got me the fall. That's stories about you. I sold her hair. No she's older here he doesn't remember the store. What's your name bob. I said br excuse me. What's his fucking name bob. Because i said he was bobbing. Yes i know tuned in. I'd like to think i was but it's like this jokes. What he calls somebody who had no. They're not exactly what you said. He's an apple. i thought. Oh my favorite one of those jokes. I know they're not great jokes. Stu stews good. Art is good. Yes my favorite in a pile of leaves russell. Yeah that's one but it's not bad. There's some bad joe. Greg abbott turn right that i'm just Saying that Surprised go go notions. Neil so what do you call alone with. One leg shorter than the other. Eileen and then there was the other version yes so we can so he goes. I just can't. I'm so tired and i go bob. You spent man. I'm so tired. You're you're spent buddy you gave it all you got. I know i said okay. Just sit here and his daughter assumed daughter. She's probably in her fifties. He's probably an early seventies. He's got after daughter. She's she's like so. Thank you know profuse profuse. And i'm like bob. You just need to you. Don't sit sit here until you line. Mob yeah bob bob bob. You know who's in that movie. Keep going he goes. I'm we made it. I swear to god. I wanted to go you. You didn't make it. We made it jeff. I made her married it right. I mean i almost like the kid who struck out every game. You get buddy. You did everyone. David live in a foul ball and everyone cheered sweetest moments of my the opposite. They would meet there. Were mean to me well. Of course he's gonna hit it so far. Look how big. I hear the mom saying up to the plate. I know where you're going on. So then i live at a fine jeff. Walkaway find her and be kind. Wha- would just be like from the so good to see the big boy and the pawtucket red socks of course field. I'm right handed. You know how hard that left but bat right handed to you are and i throw right. Oh i throw left. But i bet right. I bet left throwing well. We i think we can continue So so i leave him now. Here's steel pete. I was mad at people who.
"james okay" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Pisses out of right. Dad sometimes you can find a fat one that'll eat. That'll eat it off. A pizza dna the dna pepperoni pizza sometimes sixty and andrew mouth and she spits it into another girl's mouth. She spent the dna back in her mouth and they plane. That's called filching. You're gonna write this down just brought it up by the way. Thanks for sending me to public school. So so i was like i was like well. Yeah sort of sort of how it works out the. Do you want to know how it works. Like sure. And i was like well i was thinking who your past james okay bedroom and hold this camera disappointed tender moment right now with my boy should topics the train. What do you think trade great story telling. Tell him. Tell room talent talent creepy creepy creepy debt. I you're more knows how We got us. Oh my god what happened to mike. Did you get aids. I'm good i got. What are you dying. Philidelphia bar mice. Oh blah you know so. I have an open beer. Why mike why. Mike is in a baton race. He thought he just handed you a baton. I can't believe they gave him an object and sent him on stairs blind. Mike here take this computer and thrown in the garbage. Something tell me a guy named sold. Joe doesn't.
"james okay" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Amman forget that someone to james okay. So that's my reminder a song that is still the jam. Craig morgan international harvester amy. I would go lonestar. Mr mom monday or like you. Yeah you forget that it's a damn in then. It really is amazed when i think of lonestar goes right to amaze right. It's amazed is good. I don't think you need to remember that. It's no but i'm saying. I don't remember because amazed blocks me. Oh gotcha a big old wall as. I can't get past that juice eddie. What's yours okay. So mine's not like an upbeat jam or whatever but thanks to.
"james okay" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"I. We're talking basketball or in life. Both well see the stories. I've heard about old buddy before the social also make me go like all right. Let's not maybe he. S but mj's town. Or if. i was friends with them. Jay i'll be super pumped okay super pumped would love to be friends with j but i think on the court. Everybody acts like lebron couldn't have played back. Whenever jordan played he could have six days he shared about just like jordan. Could've figured it out now. I just think it's two different sports. So i'm not getting into that team and j. team lebron but i will say there was some lines that i think lebron in the script that i think i wish he would have thought a little bit harder against talk. Which once again. It's just a little bit hard. I don't know there was a time where there's a time in the move without giving too much away but it's almost like his kid is his dad. You know really they. They perceive lebron as a doofus. Is your big fat doofus. Not fat but obviously he's in great shape massive doofus. A lot of it so early. I go to myself like lebron is saying that because whatever so i think a lot of the lines that he would never say did. Look a little bit forced share. Okay and i think that's what people may be alluding to because the lines that he was saying there's no way that's him in real life. There's no way he's playing. Lebron james okay. But there's some lines in there where you'll be like there's no way that's o'brien especially after watching the shop without kalihi baby was that or maybe you know the shop could be one of his greatest performances yet. If we're looking at this great actor voice actor. I mean you probably slept through the asian but as a voice actor he was second to non animation really looked like him much either in my wrong and thinking that to spend money on all the looney tunes like corner somewhere his cartoon popped up and i was like with his voice coming out and i was like okay so is definitely what i did. Yeah this happens as his popping out. I'm like i don't know if that's like the best cartoon of the state fair right here see a character. I assume may withdraw that some bit dirty gertie to draw one already girded with that was that was just one. There's a lot of things in there. You're like why was this decision that was made. So it's not for us to go onto exactly but there is not for us but you you say yourself like it that wise like that's what i'm saying. I don't know like your sleeve and everything tattoos. Guess watch their no sweat weapons. There are actually is quite seen. Donner.
"james okay" Discussed on The Jump
"You're seeing now. This is pretty crazy graphic. The two of you who argue about graphics. That graphic is pretty insane yelling at the camera at the time. I wasn't looking at the graphic. So i don't know what it says but that's just the truth. The us will not be dominant under any circumstance. Unless we bring steph clay you bring you know lebron james okay. let's see. what does this say with professionals. Playing yeah yeah. I lost a bunch of those games. I feel like that was part of my career. But i think that's just what people need to prepare. Themselves for. Rain is that it can go sideways quickly. Well let i will say what i said when we were discussing. The knights lost nigeria. This team still has kevin durant by the way they have many other. Excellent players to damian lillard the one up on that podium next to pop but the kevin durant factor the way it is any game that man plays in tells me that that team is going to be favored. It is just a matter of by how much against two and as you point out because of all of the factors of this nba season because of covid because of the fact that we're sitting here at the nba finals in july. Which has never happened before. That is why they did not have the chance to have a really cohesive team. Usa training program in training camp and it is a bunch of all stars just thrown on the court together and now they're doing the best. They can to become a team to have that excellent coaching showing up to more guys showing up ten drew holidays the reinforcements coming so i still have a lot of faith in this team to win a gold medal. But to your point it is not going to be easy and that is something that watch unfold over the next few weeks because all this is happening together. The finals end the draft comes the olympics. Come free agency come. It's going to be quite a wild ride this summer. All right stick with us. Because it's also going to be a wild ride on this show. As i mentioned kareem abdul-jabbar.
"james okay" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"My name. Is dan schreiber. I am sitting here at a very comfortable to me to distance from annotation ski andrew hunter murray and james harkin and once. Again we have gathered around the microphones with our four favourite facts from the last seven days and in particular order. Here we go starting with fact number one and that is james okay. This week is that there is a type of blue that was developed specifically to help strongmen grab onto giant stowed spears so say strongmen competitions. This is where you see them. Basically giant boulders. Don't you up onto platform. Yeah so if you imagine on british television between christmas and new year there's nothing else on tv world strongest man. Which is the best show ever where they got these enormous men like pulling trucks and doing all sorts of stuff but like you say one of the things is called the atlas stones and there's substance called spider attack that was invented by a part time strongman. I'm parttime molecular biologist. Called mike caruso smashed all the test tubes and yet basically he was carrying these big boulders and one of the big problems is actually ripping them as someone who's lifted giant boulder myself. I could definitely conviction on this. Before in iceland. I was lifting some giant boulders. Might come to that later. But anyway so he was struggling to grip them. So he took some rosen. Which is that stuff that if you play the violin for instance she put on your boat. Yeah just helping comfortable. And he added some politics to the roseanne and he disclosed. What kind of polymers rene. He calls his special sauce and he came up with this incredibly sticky stuff now. He sold about ten of these a year so it wasn't really a big deal but it's come up recently because it's basically spoiled baseball because baseball pitchers who throw the ball have discovered it and if they put it on the hands it makes the hands able to spin the ball a hell of a lot which makes the ball impossible to hit. And so it's come into the news recently that this stuff exists because so it is a big controversy at the moment because batting averages are the lowest they've ever been and they think it's because specifically of this kind of glue and other glaze that are being brought in but it's just a whole new era baseball where everyone's striking out and. Yeah yeah those. The yankees have got pitcher called garrett cole and they signed him on a nine year deal for three hundred twenty four million dollars in two thousand nineteen. He was the best pitcher ever. They you know they had to pay all this money for him. They three they signed three hundred twenty four million dollars over nine years. Wow over nine years about forty million dollars a year come on cheapskate. But they asked him if he used spied attack and he was really really evasive in this interview. It's amazing he's like oh. I don't know how to answer that question. The question was do you use to that question and the suggestion that his form has gone really badly down in the last couple of weeks because they've now banned the of how all the commentators and i'm not saying it's true but all the commentators are saying is because they've stopped him from usenet. He's suddenly turned into a terrible pet chan trusting. What's amazing is that the inventor this hulk. Bruce banner guy half monster. He doesn't quite know how they're using it in baseball. Because it's two stadia substance. He doesn't like baseball right. Yeah there's an amazing interview with the athletic dot com by stephen j nesbitt journalist and he found this guy and he asked him you know. What do you think of this. And he goes. I had no idea it was popular in baseball. I don't watch baseball. In fact i don't watch any sports sub too busy to watch spots so he didn't realize he spoiled this very interesting. Is it cheating to use glue. When you're trying to lift up a stone fair question. I think no because i think the whole purpose is the weight of it. I think obviously you could lose grip. But i think we're trying to look at who can hold things that are really heavy as opposed to who's got good grip on a part of holding things crucial as a lot of these stones are in scotland rainy a lot so that must make it a lot harder to left the stove. I figured that would give you more grip. It's because if you put your hands on wet surfaces don't our hands go a bit. That's actually why cars can stop so easy. Rainy conditions no saying is our hands adapt bigger wrinkly it gives you handhold grips natural. I'm not sure it's proven the reason. I have grown kids for. I know that's one of the dominant theories. There was one really strong minded. Here's the strongest in the world. But he's a real butter fingers and so you lost every single tounament and that racing. He's got no fingerprints. Yeah he lifted anything. But you can't commit crimes so silva else wins the trophy stills exactly optical manhood stones on they sometimes there seems to be a very important one in iceland which may indeed be. The one team lifted lifted. The usa fell stone. Yes oh no. I haven't no the who's featherstone though. That's the biggie. Lifted any old in the who supposed stone is just one stone the carry from one place to another. It's in someone's garden or something. I think it's i think it's been used as a strongman stone for over a century and before it was used as a gate to go penn promotion. Maybe preferred being the goat. Go checker sure. But that's the that's the big one people go and lift if they want to write and there were also full more in a place called jew pylon sadder where there are four different size stones. I have mentioned this before whichever one you can carry would depend on where you would work on the boat and the people who lifted the heavier one would be in the more difficult rowing place but they would get more of the catch so they get more fish when they when it came in. So where are you in the boat. Well i'm not very strong. This one called useless which is twenty three kilograms which is relatively easy to lift. And then there's one called weakling which is fifty kilograms which i could left by found extremely difficult it was genuinely you could kind of get it on your knees and lift quite easily just getting your hands around that and then the other two half strength which one hundred kilos of full strength which one hundred fifty four kilos barely could move them like the big literally. Couldn't believe it. I mean that's that's really heavy. Is there anything for like. Is there a stone which would give you an administrative role on the docks being on the sardines every day. The thing is when i did it was it was really raining and i always use that as an excuse that was really slippy and stuff but now you mentioned that my hands with a gun wrinkly i held on longer. Yeah you wanna try atlas stones at home you can buy spied attack online and you can also buy atlas stones online. I found one seventy five kilo ball which was two hundred pounds. Fifty pounds shipping. Because presumably. you need.
"james okay" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"James okay so this is interesting because Mike my first reaction to seeing Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks and come out with Hey we got it was there's the you know three to five whole populations gonna do anything any celebrity tells WDIV I thought third vice was prudent but I'm I'm I know I'm missing something here so tell me not so they're the only people in Australia have it maybe they should travel a little bit of the only people that have put a strain has one of the lowest numbers but nobody else has it involved with the production they're making an Elvis movie maybe why they got it why I'm gonna play colonel Parker right which is strange but in any case here here's some numbers to have perspective okay about ten years ago little more than ten years ago sixty million Americans contracted what was called the H. one N. one that's right one to look the freakin millions two hundred sixty five thousand were hospitalized well the sales guy by the way do you remember that yeah I know because it wasn't covered I remember the days when it was it was boy so and what Thomas has gone with his celebrity power look forward Josh crazy about celebrities that's why there's a multi billion dollar business of getting their endorsements on the heels of the NBA announcing Spencer's since season Major League.
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"Let's talk about Mississippi's Gulf coast. I I like to welcome the show Charles. McColl from McCall Travel Dot Com and Charles's come to talk to us about coastal Mississippi Charles. Welcome mm to the show. Hi Chris how are you today. I'm doing well and we're talking about the state of Mississippi. What is your connection with coastal Mississippi? As a travel writer. I have visited the coastal Mississippi a few times over the past two years and after going there three or four times. I decided that I loved that area and other parts of the US Gulf coast. So much that I developed a new brand called. US Golf coast which covers everything from key. West South Padre but we are talking only about coastal Mississippi debut today so as a travel writer I covered it several times. Excellent and why should someone go to coastal Mississippi. We'll we'll talk about many things but it is is unique. The unique destination the United States. It has the longest continuous beach in the United States. Which I think a lot of people don't know I love road road trips? I travel all over the world. Love driving and there's this sense of soul fulfillment I drive on the Mississippi Gulf coast. I where it's just different than anywhere else. You can drive for an hour and not see anything except for the sand in the water is unobstructed by condos and indulge and restaurants. And what have you so this this great peace and calm and different than anywhere else. Excellent and what kind of itinerary tenorio you're going to recommend for us. It's not a singular destination. There are many communities there. So I'm GonNa recommend some things to do in each of the communities go along the coastal Mississippi. It's all still call the Mississippi Gulf coast. So I'M GONNA use both terms interchangeably. I don't want you to drive fifty miles in one day for lunch and then go drive fifty miles back so I will concentrate on the various communities and say all right first day. You're going to be here second day. You're going to be here and so on and we can do a three four five seven ten very well. Let's get into it where you're GONNA start it. Let's start in Pascagoula. So Mississippi is between Alabama and Louisiana China so coastal Mississippi represents the entire Mississippi Gulf coast so over on the east side closest Alabama Alabama. If you're driving from mobile the first thing you're gonna hit is Pascagoula. The city is probably most famous. because it's where Jimmy Buffett was born. Okay I did not I know that. Yeah so that's going to set the expectations for what the coastal Mississippi areas. All about thank Jimmy Buffett was born there so we're already at our five o'clock somewhere attitude. Pascagoula is also a navy base. So there's a lot of military and also industry the street going on there but it's it's a seafaring community. It's laid-back relative to some of the other cities. We'll talk about. Well what are we going GonNa do in Pascagoula one of the things that happened in past the goal of that as I guess lesser known as that one of the biggest UFO abduction stories in in US history happened there. So back in the seventies the couple of people claim that they were abducted by UFO. And so they were never disproven even so. That's one of the most famous things that happened in Pascagoula. Okay but other than being abducted by aliens. What am I going to do in Pascagoula for won a narrow down here to the the oldest house in Mississippi isn't Pascagoula okay? It's called the lapointe Krebs House and museum now so I went. There are a couple of months ago and I was fascinated by Howell. They showed the construction of how house was done in the bleed was the seventeen. Twenty s house was built the How they use the for the the hair from animals as insulation in the house and things like that kind of interesting Seventeen fifty seven. Is there anything specific renovated the Krebs House. We're going to go to the Krebs House. You could probably spend a couple of hours there. It's a nice waterfront setting and you can get some history of the. The natives that lived in the area and then European settlers came in and saw a whole history of Mississippi but the main point there there's to see the the house and the oldest house in the Mississippi Delta region I think between Minnesota and the Gulf of Mexico. It's the oldest house that's still in the American frontier. I'm thinking New Orleans would be older than that but I mean the city might be but I'm not sure if there's a structure that's older than point good point. The city is older but I don't know if there are any of original houses. Okay Fair enough. But another thing that I really loved in Pascagoula. The Motto Bon Center. I believe the official is the best. Gula River Audubon Bond Center captain McCoy Relation on McColl. And there's a captain McCoy and he runs nature trips out of the Pascagoula River River Audubon Center and what I loved about. It is that I learn things. Obviously like you learn on most trips but the Pascagoula River is the longest. And I'm not going to get the the terminology right. It's the longest une damned river in the continental united in a at states. Yeah so I was fascinated by that and I was like well. What about this wherever they were like now? It was dammed at some point. So the Pascagoula River I believe is four four hundred and eighty miles. That is natural the way it's always been so it hasn't been dammed. It hasn't been obstructed by any kind of construction directions so you can see wildlife and nature the way that it was several hundred years ago. Something didn't expect expect to find in coastal Mississippi or anywhere else and you say wildlife. I'm picturing talking marshes birds alligators that sort of thing. Am I in the right right ballpark. You're right and one thing that that's dominant in this area or the Mississippi sandhill cranes which are relatively large bird. I'm sure there are in other parts that states but there is a sandhill crane refuge that none in Pascagoula but on the other side so I tend cuts through through the area so from mobile bill to New Orleans. You would drive high tech Postal Mississippi. I'm talking about everything. South of I ten okay. North of town the Pascagoula River would go up there. And that's where the sandhill crane. Refuges the birds. No birds don't recognize boundaries. They fly all over the place. So you can see that. I was on the riverboat tour. Okay the AUDUBON center is like most centers they want to promote the natural wildlife and the scenery. And that's so forth and it's a really hidden gem. I think that most people don't recognize will in because it has the name Audubon on it. I'm assuming calmly talking about birdlife predominantly. So yes okay. I don't know if everybody knows. I mean Audubon as a as a charity I think is well known but Google Audubon. You'll find what is James Audubon. Is that the a original one who did all the original drawings of birds in the early. US That's really neat. Watercolors this fascinating realistic catches does right. So I mentioned captain McCoy so you could take his crews out of the audubon center also wrench around Kayak and I did did that one time and going at your own pace around the marshes fascinating at least a dozen gainers and as close they would just scatter into the water. So I love love doing that at my own pace to excellent and John James Audubon. I got it almost John James. Okay when I said early. I didn't realize how early he was. He was born in seventeen eighty five and so he was basically drawing birds up until about the Mexican American war. You're in the US. And so as the frontiers were being filled in a he was out there with his sketch pad. MOM IN ESTA goal. There's obviously the Jimmy Buffett stuff to the native son. A I think he this family left when he was three and then he grew up in mobile but he has come back and he recognizes Pascagoula his birthplace so there is a beach and a bridge and his childhood home are all named for Jimmy Buffett. The parrot heads can go and pay pilgrimage to Jimmy Buffett and go visit some of those sites and one of my favorite places the Pascagoula is called bozos grocery. It's a very old school from the nineteen fifties place where you go in you place your order and you wait inside. been there two or three times. The last time I went kayaking at the river Audubon Center. In fact I got a takeout L. Poboy from Bozo's grocery and then took it on the Kayak. But it's this old school place where you go in and you place your order and you order order off the menu. You don't make up stuff and there was some guy in front of me. That was a visitor and he wasn't a local either and so he went on these. ZAC Oh can I make this substitution. Know what's on the bed. Yeah and I was like basically your choices are you. You get what you WANNA shrimp boat boy. You want poboy poboy being sandwich. A sub someplace else or a hoagie or a hero depending on where you're from but a pavilion in this region of the world. Okay and shrimp being the best known. One that I now. They're also known for their Fried Oysters. Poboy so okay. I got a half in half half. It's amazing I had a couple dozen po boys and along the Gulf coast and I it's one of the better ones side totally recommend going to Bozo groceries to get to take out to go kayaking or he.
"james okay" Discussed on 600 WREC
"James okay founder project veritas Kerry port she went on to cover it fake news CNN I will say this real journalism is can be and has proven to be a dangerous profession for many many people those journalists the go into war zones those journalists that go under cover those journalists I mean but I believe journalism is dead I mean the fact that you know here's Jeff Zucker on tape in peace please stand on him for you know and then blood blog breaks you go after her you know and this radical hate trump insanity arm is it spits it does take your breath away I I wonder if they really believe that they are journalists or whether or not they recognize the simple truth which is there not and if they wanted to be a little more honest about it I think they would say we're we do talk shows it is a real hawk show host Jake tapper is a talk show host is not a journalist they don't do investigative journalism they they if they are now you're a lot of people in this industry that would say anything if it meant they got on TV I got a paycheck I can't fake it I started out making no money being are we in a radio talk show host that was a conservative Dave John Jr Jeff Bezos you know the richest man in the world trillion dollar company he bought the Washington post and he wrote on the medium website recently he said my stewardship of the post in my support of its mission is something I am most proud of make no mistake used up most proud of the fact that the things that I've learned that the thing is in influencing the masses are informing the masses it's about power and journalism it is not about drawing conclusions and advocacy it's about exposing the truth at exposing reality which is what project veritatis does it should not abuse participation and advocacy work it's not leaking anonymously from sources in government we can't hear and see what these people are saying journalists are supposed to challenge what people are saying and I've everything else is public relations and there's no question that on the economic side a lot of this is due to the economic pressures you see the pope today the guy goes it's all about ratings even if it's not true it's about race the great irony is they don't get ratings over a fake news CNN they really don't the lowest rated all right James okay project veritas thank you carry porch thank you as well and we will continue to follow up the story J..
"james okay" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"And if you don't the consequences to treat, a really, you know. No, tough situation to live in if your LeBron James. And so I think precarious is the best way to describe it. There's a lot of questions that need to be answered and you know, with the entire league watching and quite frankly, a lot of the league rooting against the Lakers. This is gonna be, you know, a really interesting tight rope for rob Pelinka walk. All right, George so after he said that on your show, it became kind of a talking point for all the morning shows on ESPN, they brought it up. Sound? You heard was every programming director in Bristol going. Good job. Dave. And then. On his Instagram feed. Lebron appears to be working out, and you can see on the feed is watching. I take right. And and says this with a big smile on his face. True. True it to what how are we to interpret this? He mcmenamin says let me say if you are LeBron James, okay? What is your motivation for denying? You have a ton of motivation number one. You're trying to recruit players to come here. Right. You're trying to create this because you don't want the last several years of your career to go by the wayside say. It was a disaster because let's face. It will Brian James likes it or not. He's stuck here for two more years. Okay. Even if he was super angry. He's him in the Lakers are married for two more years. Right. And if you ask for a trade like it was suggested potentially by Dave if they got to the nuclear option it would reflect so poorly on him that every not everyone. But a lot of people would turn on him in that situation. All plus from a logistical standpoint. It's almost impossible and legacy wise. It would just hurt him this that the other. So yes, all the reasons the world deny it. Now. Look Dave did say a multiple times there. I think I believe you know, what I'm saying like us precarious that doesn't necessarily mean. It can't be worked out. He actually said it doesn't mean he specifically said it doesn't mean it can't be worked out. So what happens is people take bits and pieces of Dave said and made it a bigger deal. It doesn't mean that the situation isn't true LeBron denied all he wants. He would be inhuman. If he wasn't upset the day that Magic Johnson step down. My reaction initially was oh my God. There's no way LeBron is happy about this. Lebron came to the Lakers because he wants to come to the Lakers. But b because he could trust magic because magic level with him John level that no one else could he knows what it's like to be the greatest player on the planet. He knows what it's like to be an entrepreneur. He knows what it's like to be a social activist..
"james okay" Discussed on KGO 810
"Susan B Martinez. A field guide to the spirit world with a forward by a gentleman who will be familiar to coast listeners Whitley Strieber pretty controversial stuff. Susan maintains a whole host of a pathological behaviors including multiple personality autism epilepsy. Even migraines obsessive compulsive disorder depression. Schizophrenia self destructive urges all caused by spirit. Attachment now before we get to the calls. Susan something occurred to me as we were discussing serial killers and how they should be dealt with. If in fact, they are I don't know if I want to use the word victims. But if if their behavior is caused by spirit attachment if like attacks attracts like what happens when you execute a serial killer. That's exactly right. And we have when they have been angelic. Transmissions. They have told us about that that they we can't just dump them in spirit world. It's not doing us any good. In fact, it comes back in our face. So what are we do with them? Well, we need a new approach, you know, the answer's not right in front of it. But a new way of thinking is required to get through these problems. All right. One more before we get to the calls, and I want to circle back to some of these conditions or behaviors we were talking about earlier, let's say for example, schizophrenia, if if it's a spirit attachment y in in many instances does some sort of drug therapy seemed to to let's say mask the symptoms. If it's a spirit attachment one would expect the drugs not to work, no, not necessarily. They may be empty Federico to to that spirit there. That's why shock therapy works. It's very painful for the spirit, the corporeal body doesn't feel it that they only feel a mile Chuck, but it terrible experience of the. Impinging spirit, and it makes them run away. Of course, they come back when the shocking shocking is done. But there's no telling this thing requires a study of its own, but there are. Effect that we don't know about there are some medicines. That would affect the spirit, positively and wouldn't one thing that made. Makes it very clear that the altars are coming from from from different personalities in the spirit world. It's the business of symptoms and going into remission with an illness. Something. I started noticing the this pattern of remission of coming and going these different symptoms belong to different different personalities. And who come and go in our aura. All right. Let's go to the phones on the wildcard line. Jody is checking in from New York. Jody good morning. Good evening. Welcome to coast to coast AM. Thank you for taking my call, Richard. I've always wanted to also tell you that I really enjoy your introduction of their stories to be told in your among friends. It's always really nice. The whole introduction is really good. Thank you. Thank you. So Susan, I was I called him because I really I wanted to support you and gives you positive feedback until you if you things that I think work, the doings really wonderful, George Noory, just had somebody on coast to coast. I would say more may be in a really sorry. I don't recall his name, but he was a psychotherapist, and he's put together an organization, it's close something like, you know, the organization of psychotherapists something like that. And they're all doing spirit release work because they've all discovered that they can't heal their clients without releasing all the entities that these people who come to them for therapy or full of in. I mean. If you look through the coast to coast list of former talks, you'll find him. It was very recent. And so, you know, he's doing the same work that you're doing. Oh, that's right. Is there any way of finding out his name? I can look that up for you Susan on and an Email to you unless you want to go to coast to coast AM dot com, and you can go through the past shows, but I'd be happy to do that. And send you the name. That's important because that's the next step. We need to take we need to get organized in the spirit release work there. Very few people doing it. All right, east of the Rockies, and we go to John in oak grove, Missouri. John welcome to coast was very what I go. You're. A lot. I just I want to say I want to apologize for my voice. I've read I've read them all here. I have two comments the first one is about psychiatry. The fact is they do not the problem. They medicate. My call man is you made a comment, ma'am spirit. Have no conscience I have to differ to. No, no, quite the opposite. John let me just step in here. Because that's the exact opposite of what she said. Okay. Well, I I at that. He said they had no cards if they have no conscience there is no evidence. And there is no L. Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you said conscious as in consciousness, I don't I don't know that she said anything about having a conscience. Susan jump in here. I don't know what I'm jumping into. Good point. Do a good question. John. Let me just ask. Susan do spirits have a conscience. And. It's kind of hard to answer. Do did you notice how similar words conscience and conscious or you know, conscious conscious and very similar, and I can't say with certainty that spirits have conscious consciousness. The whole question of conscience comes down to morals and ethics. And this is something that. Yes. Carries over from this life to the next. But. I want to know what the context of this discussion is our John you want to expound on your on your question. Let me say this. If you want a spirit guide a guy who spirit world, I just than you read the antibody or the the King, James, okay? All right. So he's laying some bible verses on your or basically saying that I'm guessing John to put words in your mouth. This is demonic. What visas rice Jedi himself and cast out demons? If you want to know about these spirit world, I suggest you read the team James or the the very good. You know? I really believe ma'am that if you wanna know what's rose, and I'm just saying as an act of love you're being attacked by demons right now. Okay. What do you say to that? Susan. I didn't hear it. He says that we're being attacked by demons right now. That's that's a possibility. I mean do draw distinction between spirits and demons. Are you asking me? Yes. Daymond are question spirits, and they're the lowest order of spirits. Right, right. Okay. John. Thank you for the call west of the Rockies. Linda is in Auburn Washington. Get evening. Good morning. Linda. Welcome to coast to coast AM here on the line with Susan Martinez mining good evening. And thank you for taking my call, Richard. I enjoy it when you're on. And I wanted to ask Susan if she thought that maybe the. Demonic spirit. Attachment all come from a government conspiracy controlled by evil overlord. I think about the man Cherian candidate and the school shooters, and the people that kill I think that maybe they're getting voices from this kind of government evil dark into t spirit group that is, you know, attacking us, and Linda, Linda, raise an interesting point here and Susan that is that there are I get I get letters and emails from from people probably every month without fail who believe that. They are. Hearing voices in their in their skull. That are being directed at them through some sort of microwave technology that they are victims of mind control is it possible. Then that these these mind control of victim so called are actually victims of spirit attachment, or is it possible that both are happening to Lutely the first spirit attachment. It's really shows you comment is, but we don't have the confidence to interpret it proper properly. However that the lady in Washington made have to say there's a lot of truth in that. The mind control. Yeah. Mine control government. Oh, it if tied in and there's a very huge subject matter here. Right. Because we know the technology exists, for example of for someone remotely to put a voice into somebody's skull at a distance voice to skull technology has been around for almost fifty years. So these things exist, so it's possible that in some cases, we have spirit attachment. But in other cases, the the the manipulation of the mind and the emotions and so forth is actually mind control perpetrated by a living breathing human being. You know, there's there's room for that theory. And there's a lot of truth in it. But there, but to me the the thing that you need to tackle. I is the the Ganda that has come down in our accepted sciences in the received wisdom in the in the in the academia, where we're only so much is accepted and the rest is rejected. The the almost all of us. You know? If my book has has launched an attack on chi-china to psychology way, we're we're hailing it nowadays. It's it's only a small part of the picture every science every field of study is infected by the scientific materialism, and is all all chorus. Now, something that occurs to me is is when we when we pass on. Many of us have this perception that somehow crossing that veil gives us some some some sort of enlightenment omnipresence omniscience. And yet if that were the case, why are we still sort of hanging around glomming onto other people and causing mischief hasn't sound like an enlightened soul to me. That's a good point, Richard. Because when we pass on we don't change at all, we are exactly are kind of magic will it people. Imagine we crossed over as ourselves, and we go right to the place that we are destined for by the patterns of mind by what we have accepted. And by the choices we have made we are who we are. We don't change one jot or tittle. Let's say hi to Sheldon, east of the Rockies in Wisconsin. Sheldon. Good evening. Good morning. Welcome to coast to coast AM. Thank you. Had a question. I was wondering if there was. Any link to all the spirits and spooks being tied up with substance abusers of myself. I'm an alcoholic. I got cooped up in awe. And sometimes I kind of feel like there's a little something extra there. You know, pushing me towards it. Other than just, you know, your basic, addiction and all that. Great question, Sheldon. All right. Susan a addiction alcohol addiction drug addiction. You know? That's what makes it we come back again to the word vulnerable. And that that is one of the conditions that makes us particularly vulnerable. And if Sheldon wants to find out more about it. I would say that Dr Edith field or is the one who's zeroed in on L, Kahal and spirits. I think the name of her classic work is the unquiet jaded by Dr Edith fee or. All right. The unquiet dead by Edith fee are just got about two minutes here to the bottom of the the hour. And then we'll go into a break come back in more conversation more calls, but but let me ask you about the the importance of a sudden.
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"james okay" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Okay. This time for our final factor the show, and that is James, okay. My thought this week is a traditional hungover kill Mongolia is the Mongolian merry which consists of tomato juice with a pickled sheep's eyeball floating inside it. Is it is it is either bit meant to be more helpful or does it they have to be combined. So I think the traditional helpful is a pickled eyeball because that goes back supposedly to gangs com times the tomato. Juice, obviously doesn't because they didn't have tomatoes in those days, but actually tomato juice. I think would probably help you hangover. So that probably today is the active ingredient, although the traditional thing is the eyeball. But if a load of you have a hangover, obviously, very labor intensive in sheet. Yes, then you have to kill a lot of sheep. You don't have to kill them. You could just put an onion in the place of the island. I learned this from mama's disgusting food museum, which I went to a couple of weeks ago and tried lots of disgusting things. Did you have the hangover? I did have a hangover. But. Have any of this? Actually, I did have a hangover on that day, which was very bad because I had to eat things like bull's testicles shark meat marinated in urine rotten fish, and all that kind of stuff and three penis wine, which that did help the hangover little bit. Yeah. 'cause it's alcohol, and and it's like Hera the dog penis if the dog office seal of the. Here's the thing though. You went to this museum, and traditionally museums, you don't touch the exhibits, but you went round eating them. And so this is this more of restaurant than a museum. No. So these days a lot of museums. They hands on they as in you, can you can kind of do little bits and pieces with the exhibits on in this place. They have a particular tasting table at the end where you can taste all the things on the things. But just a few of the things that are on display and looking me they put a lot of extra stuff on farming. Coming. Everyone gets to have. So everyone gets to have the bull testicles? Everyone gets to have the rotten egg. With a fetus in it. You know, the I managed to have. But yeah, it's a really good museum and Mamo. They've just announced there's a new one about to be opening LA and the hoping to go around the whole world, hopefully one day soon. So at wherever you are in the world, you might be able to try some of this delicious stuff. It's quite exciting. Because the museum was founded by Samuel west who also founded the museum of failure. Which how often do people found more than one museum? So it had things like failed Donald Trump games. And so on but was such a success that he's had to keep it going. And this is his second museum is very exciting. Only person. I could think of is the person who founded both the natural history museum and the British Museum say Sloan. Yes, Sloan so he's in quite high..
Kyrie Irving of Boston Celtics comments on MVP
"And he'll text rod and sam coming to la in the bottle joining i just think i still think at the end of the date they're going to get both of them i just that's my cut but i don't know i don't know and it could could change tomorrow and the lakers don't know they don't i don't think they know but i do think you're right about this i do think lebron pg probably already know don't you i mean don't you think the area know what's going on i think everybody i think the ross everybody going through the motions that was the whole thing so that that was the thing magic yesterday could have been doing i wrote this it could be a victory speech or concession speech out of what he was doing but yeah i think he's probably you probably you probably already know you're probably right i i listen i have friends in the lakers and they don't know they honestly legitimately don't know but i do think that lebron knows it's just a question of making sure all everything everyone who says they gonna do something does what they say so i i think up here that's why i'm reluctant to go after magic for often next summer because i think it's going to happen i think he'll be a press conference in but couple of weeks it'd be crazy but if it doesn't i maybe yeah it'll be tough it'll be it'll be tough sledding form you know with if they get shut out somehow we'll be good thanks join us seaman bill the la times i'm doug gottlieb for colin here on the heard let's get to outstanding hard working and debonair newsmen john goulet on the news this is the heard line news garrity by two by tomorrow they'll be like nine compliments nt twenty updates the amazing i appreciate it so kyrie irving said he's happy that james harden i'll happy for james harden he won the mvp but he mentioned on hot ninety seven in new york leave it was the morning that the really should be to be in the league take listen away said mvp is hard to gauge nowadays like because now you have the people's mvp and you have like the nba's mvp you know like mvp in your mind the people's mvp was was definitely james okay the nba mvp was definitely braun do you agree with cairo irving that really it's kind talk to others this week that it's yeah the fans and well that's your the fans it's like we never do the most valuable we don't bring the value that that's the hard definition to really get clarity on it's who had the best season and i gotta tell you that i came hard and had a better season you can't tell the story of the cavalier season without talking about how dysfunctional it was for good portion of time and yeah they got together late but they still end up with fourth best record in the eastern conference when half the teams are dumping games games a better player had a better season and i think kyrie irving in many smart people are struggling like most valuable why aren't we actually doing the valuable like a lot of things that does the meaning doesn't actually equate to what it is we park on a driveway and drive on a parkway doesn't make sense right smartest thing i've ever said so according to an article from espn there is pressure building on the lakers to trade for kawhi leonard apparently this is due to the fact that paul george coming to the lakers is not a lock and they feel like they have to entice lebron do you really now this was from whoa jr and windhorst and trust the people that spin do you really feel that there is pressure now for them to get that trade done soon look i i do think that there's the fear is the fear is paul george situation only even better right if you're is really boston comes in and like look good boston celtics championships and he'd be part of a team that's going to be good for a long long time so i think the philadelphia boston is team so there's the thought that the paul george you go to a place you say i'm only staying for year but you end up wanting to stay from oriented liking it oklahoma is that way i actually get paul george you go there like.