15 Burst results for "Jamie Tart"
"jamie tart" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Pizza. Martin Garrix has an awesome song called pizza. Okay. Okay. All right. That's the only song I know. It's it's a hit. All right. People like them. People like them. It's toe tapping. That's what I hear. Uh, do, do, do da, do, do, do LOL. Okay. Shark, uh, uh, Jamie tart. All right. Let's talk about tornado cash and the DOJ trying tornado. Anyone that uses it. Attorneys say department justice charges against tornado cash has contradicted the, the fin sin guidance. Uh, what is the FinCEN guidance? It's basically just like AML on the global scale here. Some crypto advocates and legal experts called out the DOJ charges against the founders, Roman storm and Roman Semenov their argument. The officials are going against guidance previously issued by the treasury department, uh, and by the FinCEN in particular, they announced the indictments against them to last month. They're alleged to have laundered upward of $1 billion through the mixing service and a new paper attorneys for, uh, from Kravitz, Swain and more highlight that they allege are inconsistencies between 2019 guidance and the recent indictment papers. Authors pay particular attention to the allegations that they operated an unregistered money transmitter, uh, to act as a money transmitter. Total independent control over the value, uh, FinCEN wrote while they're arguing that they had to use a secret note, which only the customer ever had access to, to deposit and withdraw funds. The funders never had total independent control. So because you put it in tornado cash, you get the secret code, and then only you can withdraw it. We didn't have total control. I buy that argument. That makes sense to me. Honestly, I think code is free speech and I don't think they should spend one day behind bars. I think this is a grave injustice. Department of justice. I get it. They want to stop terrorism, but really eventually terrorism is going to be used against you one day. Just look at the Canadian trucker situation. I mean, it's just like anytime it's a power grab, it's always been a power grab. And anytime we have like any amount of control to do anything, you know what they're going to say, national security, it's all about drug lords and money launderers and all these like hot button words that get like emotion stirred up in the minds of the people that don't understand what's actually happening. Anything that equals your financial freedom, your financial sovereignty, X, Y, and Z, all of those things, they're going to control it in any way they can. That's just the way it is because, because national security. It's like Amy flags been writing songs exactly about this for 15 plus. Shout out to anti-flag all day. Okay. You know, shout out to Sinead. All right. Let's talk about a buy, sell hot, no sell huddle trade. We got Solana, Avalanche and Cardano, which crypto will have the biggest gain this cycle. I mean, I'm betting on, honestly, Avalanche has the lowest market cap. It could be Avalanche. It could be I'm going with Cardano though. If I had to choose gun to the head, I'm choosing Cardano. Solana has emerged one of the top gainers of 23 with soul adding more than 101% to its price since the beginning of the year. However, Avalanche and Cardano have failed to reach those gains. Let's see. So Cardano recorded a Midas appreciation since the beginning of January, going from 20% to 26 cents. So Cardano is up 8%. Solana is up a hundred percent. Avalanche is actually down 10%. So yeah, I mean, looking at this, honestly, I feel more bullish now that, all right, so one coin has doubled. One coin has gone down and one coin is largely flat during the bear. What's going to have more upside. I kind of feel good about saying the one that's down could be down further. And like, you know, AJ said, Hey, may not, you know, be where we want it to be two years from now. Yep. Solana, maybe it's oversold, but then I have people like Matty B saying it's actually beaten down harder than you would think. Definitely sell Avalanche, HODL, Cardano and trade Solana. Okay. Solana is a good coin to day trade anyway. It is. Yep. I day trade Solana all the time. All the time. I don't hold it. Next time we have, we're pretty close. Just shoot. Just holler at me. So I can counter trade you. I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. I'm going to copy trade everybody. All right. According to on-chain analytics, DeFi, Llama, Cardano emerged as a top gainer amongst them, as far as total value locked Cardano's jumped a whopping 227%. Meanwhile, avalanche had total value lock decline 32% and Solana, it recorded a rise of nearly 50% and his total value lock. So we, a little bit all over the place with those three. Yeah. All right. So I think I agree with AJ. I'm trading Solana. I'm hodling Cardano. And then I guess I'd have to sell avalanche there. So I would agree with AJ. Me and AJ, we were in agreeance with this one. BJ, I'm guessing Cardano's your buy. That definitely is. The other two I'm interested in some kind of rust protocol. So, Oh God, I got to move over here. But Solana, I believe is, I know avalanches. So one of those is going to go very well. So then you look at avalanche being basically in the forefront of being like, Hey, we work with the corporations versus Solana. That's we know about Solana. So I really can't make a quick pick on either of those, but we'll go ahead and say Cardano definitely buy Solana sell and then yeah, avalanche hold. Wait, have you seen this Solana news this week? Like Shopify, Visa. It's been gone. So yeah, check that out. It might be working. Okay. All right. J pay junkies price in the bull market answers. Please smash the like, let's see. You'll go from a stealing money out your mom's purse to buy a junkie to her stealing your seed phrase to steal your junkie. All right. I'd be surprised if Cardano made a new all time high, this bull run. I would be surprised if it didn't. Minimum $5. I'm just thinking where, where Cardona was as an ecosystem today. Also it's inflation rate is only about 5%, which isn't that bad. You have some coins where back in 2021. Yeah, it was, uh, you know, 10% of the coin circulating. You fast forward to today. It's 80% of the coin circulating. We're like, Oh, 3.13. Okay. Even better, even better, even less cell pressure. Yeah. It's hard to not be bullish on Cardano minimum $5 in my book minimum. Okay. All right. Uh, I think do we got time for the X minute? Yeah. Yeah. We got a little time for the X minute here. I got a couple of tweets or posts that I've done today. Uh, and last night as well. Let's see, we hit refresh here. Guys, make sure you give me a follow. Let's get a 42,600. I posted a goodie from DragonCon. Oh, maybe. All right. All right. Well, I'll like it. We'll look at it tomorrow for sure. Uh, Bitcoin school in El Salvador. We covered this on ATB last night. So it's just a quick 34 seconds short. If you want to see kind of the, you know, the breakdown on that. Here's a good point from Cernovich. There's something I've been saying where we have this increase in ineptitude. Uh, some say it's just, you know, it's like a failed state here. There's a good tweet by Cernovich here. United's entire fleet is down. This would have been the only story 10 years ago would have been incomprehensible. No one would understand how it could happen, but in 2023, it's just another thing that happens. Sign of a society in decay that this isn't bigger news. I think we're seeing it at the gas station. When you go to order your food, uh, just anything. I feel like there's been a lot of incompetence. We've seen a rise of incompetence. Is it ruining people's brains? What is happening here? I don't, I mean, we can't, we don't have time to explain the entire, uh, all the flaws with the human condition right here, but I mean, people don't care. And obviously like when they're forced to work jobs, they hate, like I get it. Like I get it 100%. Oh, I've done it. You know what I mean? I totally understand. And there needs to be more incentive all the way around, but like, like some people, there's a difference between people who are proud of what they do and the people who are embarrassed about what they do and the people who are embarrassed are not living in a mindset that is, uh, you know, congruent with putting in effort, showing that they care, going the extra step X, Y, Z, and it creates a culture. It creates a disgusting culture really. And it's sad because they don't have incentive. So why would they try? Yeah. Uh, BJ, your mic might've been muted there. Carver coin congrats on the nine year wedding anniversary. Uh, that's pretty cool there. U S is the most advanced civilization in human history. True. Very complex systems that are minimal level competency and diligence to maintain what happens when there's no one to do it. Uh, yeah, it's, it's like if, if all of a sudden 99.9% of the population dies, can you make a street light like from soup to nuts? I couldn't, I can't, no one can make a pencil. I always love that Joe Rogan bit where he's like, uh, if I just drop my friends off into the forest, how long will it take them to send me an email? Yeah. I love that joke. That's a good one. It's such a good joke. And he's right. Couldn't do it in a million years. No way. Yeah. Uh, now drew, you know, he's going to have smoke signals. He's going to have like trained carrier pigeons that like he's caught or something. Yeah. All right. Let's go to the likes here. Uh, I'm going to be in Vegas, NFT, Las Vegas, 2023 used to be called, uh, CNFT con. Uh, looking forward to that for sure. Uh, here's just someone talking about chain link here. It's May 21 chain link is 50 bucks. You tell yourself when the bear market starts, you start to stack at cheap prices. Well today at six bucks use cases and fundamentals have never been stronger, but you're not interested anymore. Chain link is a big opportunity. Uh, we have another latest on Cardano by Ada whale. He doesn't do these that often. This is his 23rd in the series. I've been watching this over a year at this point. So, uh, really, really cool. If you want to know latest on Cardano BJ, I highly recommend you check that out. It's just a lot of cool things. Uh, there's a safe company that, uh, is basically giving the FBI your code. It's a Liberty safe. There are other safe companies. So, uh, just, uh, something to be thinking about there. I don't think that's cool. That's not cool at all. Here is a, a cool thing. I've never really thought about it. Then we'll do one more, just kind of two thoughts of the bear market here. Accepting the definition of time is your prison to accept weekdays and weekends is to accept society's definition of you as a worker. That's all you want or don't hustle all you want. Working all weekend isn't a flex as a prison. What the heck is it? It really just makes you think like, you know, we have constrained ourselves in these self-made prisons and sometimes it's just good to realize that, recognize that, you know, sometimes it's good to say it is weird that we do X, Y, and Z. Like that is a weird thing in nature. So, you know, just kind of pointing to that fact. Here we have a big shout out to the blockchain basement sharing this and, uh, congrats to all the people who like doggos. All right, here we go.
"jamie tart" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Yeah. Uh, Jamie tart, Jamie tart. Good show. Good show. All right. It is time for the XRP moment brought to you by steak. Was there an XRP glitch? Is it a glitch protocol? Is the screen, is the stream about to go down? Who knows? All right. Let's talk about it here. All right. Uh, XRP price momentarily shoots to $50 on a Gemini exchange. People are like, I knew it could hit 589. Uh, yeah, it hit 50 due to a glitch here. Uh, so it shot up to 50 bucks with the market cap momentarily clocking to trillions of dollars. I knew it would get part of the derivatives market. All right. A keen look into the comments of some Gemini exchange users. Okay. I I'm glad they didn't take a normal look. I was actually worried. They were just going to take a cursory glance, but now that I know they took a keen look, I'm all in baby. They took a keen look into the comments and, uh, the surge was a result of a price glitch emanating from a low liquidity and a thin order book. Uh, imagine having some sell orders there. So, uh, here's so very, very thin order book guys. You got to be careful. It means they sold them at like this price. And then there's only X amount of coins, right? There's only 2000 coins. Well, they sold all those. So then they go to the next price point. It'd be a dollar 11 next price point, next price point. Next you clear these order books. You start buying $50 XRPs you clear that thousand 322 XRP you're buying some hundred dollar XRP. And then, uh, there's going to be some arbitrage bother than just wipes you out in a millisecond. Crazy. That's crazy. So, uh, while Jim and I did not directly comment on the price glitch issue, uh, the exchange announced full site maintenance starting, Hey, starting today, uh, promise to announce to its users when it will be up again. So yeah, they probably are like, Hey, let's make sure that doesn't happen again. Probably not a good move. Good move there. All right. Second XRP story brought to you by stake is an XRP ETF in the cards. I'm surprised we're not seeing more people talk about this because you know, Bitcoin ETF, Bitcoin ETF, Bitcoin ETF. Why? Because it's a commodity. Hey, if they watched the basement yesterday, I went off on this. Okay. Why they're not talking about it. Well, just that it's going to be the most, you know, regulated cryptocurrency on earth. Um, you know, so true. So that means it's a good for price action. Uh, just it's accessibility to ETFs with larger institutions. Don't swim drunk and nude. Sure way to get eaten by a shark. Probably, probably. Yeah, for sure. Especially if it's that time of the month. Uh, it's like two, three today. I don't know what is wrong with me. What is wrong with me? What were you doing? Were you watching like a weird movie or TV show last night? Uh, man, we've been watching Atlanta guys. That show goes off the rail. So yeah, actually, uh, we just finished season three. We're in the middle of season four right now. Yeah. Yeah. It's Atlanta. That show is weird, man. That show is weird. Like in a good way. I don't know anyone who's watched Atlanta. I will say this living in Atlanta makes that show a lot better. There's episodes like parking downtown. Have you guys done that yet? Uh, yeah, there's no, the longer you live here, the more you experience scenes from that show. Okay. All right. So, uh, after Jim and I, uh, followed Coinbase and added XRP to his portfolio service part, uh, Spartan speculation about an XRP ETF. Uh, so according to say fart, yeah, XRP ETF. I'm not, no, an XRP ETF is unlikely due to the sec's current negative stance on cryptocurrencies, crypto spot ETFs and ripple against whom it has waged a protracted legal battle as well as the lack of demand from issuers to even give it a shot. As he explained, I don't think it's enough to launch an XRP ETF with the sec. There seems to be essentially zero demand from issuers to try zero demand. Who's demanding it. You demanding it. The XRP community demands it. So when they say zero demand, he's lying. That's stupid or liar. That's an example of stupor liar. That's a liar, right? Yeah. Not that stupid. Yeah. All right. Uh, yesterday's price glitch is tomorrow's price point.
"jamie tart" Discussed on WNBA Nation
"So if you see us with cool shirts or mugs or stickers or anything like that, that's where you can get those. And then contact wise at WME nation pod virtually anywhere that you can be found. We're on Twitter. We are on TikTok. That wasn't just a joke earlier. We're hip. We're young. We're with it. We don't do the millennial pause or we're good about our vocal fry and all that stuff. We knew about the Bonita meme for several weeks. That's actually funny. But we will be trying to update to our throughout the season we'll probably updating our TikTok more and more clips of the show, other insights, fun stuff there. But Logan, thank you so much for the rundown. Definitely stay connected with the show. Let's go ahead and get to the nitty and or Gritty of things as we dive into it. We've got three of us here. We will see. If we get an appearance for piling, what he loves a dramatic entrance, as you guys know, he's really very much about himself. Oh, if there's one thing you need to know about Kyle, if you've never met him before, it's that he's so selfish. Just there's no one that is more I've never met more of a Jamie tart in my life than they would just. Okay. If you guys are good with it, I'm gonna, if he jumps on the call, I'm gonna give him some play on music and it's gonna be the Toby Keith. I wanna talk about me want to talk about. Let's get back to the music.
"jamie tart" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"This. We are back with the answers to Ted Lasso, actors and actresses, let's see how you did. On this quiz. Number one, Hannah waddingham, who plays Rebecca and Ted Lasso. Played the shame nun on what HBO series, Game of Thrones, Game of Thrones, Hannah waddingham is like an amazing Broadway singer. Look up some of her clips she is very talented and I think she sings on every season of Ted Lasso in some way. Number two, which actor filmed a segment featuring Elmo Grover and ask her the grouch for season 53 of Sesame Street, Brett Goldstein, Roy Kent himself. Number two, Brett Goldstein. Number three, Juno Temple played Marilyn Monroe on an episode of what Comedy Central series drunk history. Number three, drunk history. Got to host trivia one time at the Comedy Central drunk history tent at a big comedy festival in San Francisco. Probably about 6 years ago now. With Derek waters creator of drunk history, it was very, very fun. And all the bartenders in the tent were dressed as different historical figures. So I was like, Abe Lincoln, getting you like a gin and tonic. It was very fun. Number four, Brendan hunt, who plays coach beard, has appeared in commercials for Geico, Volkswagen, Oscar Myers, and skittles. That was the colorful candy. Skittles taste the rainbow. I bet he's in a weird one because there's a lot of weird skittles commercials. Number 5, Phil dunster, who plays Jamie tart played colonel John Armstrong and what Agatha Christie adapted film of 2017, murder on the Orient Express, murder on the Orient Express. Number 6, which Winnie the pooh character did Nick Muhammad voice in 2018s Christopher Robin, piglet. Number 6 is piglet. Number 7 James Lance, who plays Trent krem played a character named Martin aenus on a British comedy called toast of London. I mentioned it in the intro is one of my favorite shows to rewatch toast of London. Number 8, Jason Sudeikis was an animated father on son of zorn, son of zorn, kind of a cool idea. He was like a he man type animated character who had a real life son. I believe. I don't think I ever saw, but I remember the trailer for it. Number 9, toki jibo, who plays Sam is on an Amazon sci-fi drama series with Toni Collette called the power. Looks very cool. I kind of want to watch it. I think he's a photojournalist on it. Number ten, Sam Richardson, who is Edwin a Foucault host the little buff boy sketch on I think you should leave season three coming soon. I think in 18 days, it's at the end of the month. And I'm going to have a watch party. It's the funniest sketch series. I think I've ever seen. I'm going to say it. I've watched season one and two about 15 times. And that's another show. You can just keep watching over and over again. So can't wait for season three of that. And we'll do an episode, probably right before that comes out on seasons one and two, the best sketches from, I think you should leave. The bonus here for two points by the end of season three of Ted Lasso, 34 episodes will have aired. There's tenancies in one, 12 in season two, and 12 in season three, season three episodes are all almost an hour or longer, which is very exciting. So it's almost like a double season because season one, I think they're all right around a half hour. It's almost like we got four seasons of the show. But there you have it, Ted Lasso, actors and actresses, thanks for playing along today. Hope you had fun with that episode. We have a fact of the day for you, and that fact of the day is all about Japan. In Japan, there is a spa, where you can swim in a pool filled with red wine. So if you want to go soak and wine, go to Japan. There's your fact of the day. Fun thing I wanted to mention, I'm giving away a Ted Lasso funko pop of coach beard with a hula hoop around his waist pointing at you. It's a very cool, it was a con exclusive that now they carry at target. And I'm going to mail one to a very lucky Patreon subscriber. You have to be a subscriber of Patreon, Patreon dot com slash tribute with buds by this Monday. I'm going to do the raf on Monday. So I'm going to take all, I think I have 80 patrons. Put their names in a raffle, and pull one name that one name will get a free Ted Lasso, coach beard with a hula hoop at his rave on that episode from season two. Funko pop exclusive to cons and target. If you want to try and win that, make sure you are at least a dollar, to your member, Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds by this Monday, which is may 15th. Okay, we'll do that raffle sometime in the middle of the day on Monday. Your categories challenge is coming up right now and it is the letter E let's see if I can do this. Words associated with winter, how about Easter? No, that's more spring. Words associated with winter. Equator. Nope, that's the opposite. I can't think of anything. Nothing with E for winter for me. Man, that seems like it should have been easier. Things that have wheels. How about this one? Oh, this is bad. And things that you can get fired for egging your boss's car. There you go. I got one out of three. Egging your boss's car egging in general. We used to do that in high school. It's a terrible thing. I'd be so mad if I came out and it was egg all over my car from some punks, but we were those punks. Don't be those punks, tell your kids not to do that. I have a great time as a parent just thinking of all the awful things I did growing up and just explaining to my kids why those were obvious to do. And they're always like, you did that. I'm like, yeah, I was kind of a jerk. But most kids are. And all you have to do is guide them to not be as jerky as you were. I think that's all our goals as parents. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend, and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds, cheers.
"jamie tart" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Game because I went into the tournament slightly injured, had some good games and some bad games, and then some good games and some bad games. And I remember afterwards processing, why was 19 so different from 15? And 19, I felt like I had something to lose because 2015 had been so magical. And I was going into games a little bit more afraid. And so my approach to 23, if I'm lucky enough to be there, is that I'm attacking every play in every game. I'm going to be courageous and I'm going to be assertive and I'm going to try to kick that indecision ass and get it out of my way and out of my brain. And I think if I'm brave and assertive, my enjoyment of just everything is just going to be so much more heightened. Oh, that's rad. Yeah. Plus, through osmosis and you like that. With a younger team, that's going to be huge. I hope so. Yeah, I think that is pretty contagious because I know the teammates that I've been lucky enough to play with that go out there and they use that platform and it's almost like their game reaches that next level and you're like I've never seen you like this. What's going on? It is really like you feel so much more comfortable and you're like, oh, we got this. And so I would love to be that player for somebody. It sounds so magical like all these things come together and you don't quite know when they're gonna come together but they do and then when it happened you probably feel it probably just feels like euphoric. It does, it really does. And I think when you win one of these things and you can maybe attest to this, there's so much joy but also a lot of relief because all those things somehow did come together and we know how fragile that is and how unlikely. So when it does happen in the magic happens, you're like, wow, what a relief that it all came together in the right way at the right time. That was actually one thing that I always thought about is like I don't want to come out of this because I remember the first time we won a World Cup a feeling like that, like more relief than joy actually and I thought I understand the relief and I understand that that's going to live there but like I want to be feeling joy at the end of the day instead of just relief because sometimes you walk away and go, thank God you don't believe you're so happy that's over. Oh yeah, it's not an easy thing. I mean the stress. You're watching all these other teams play all the spotlights on your team and on you. It's a lot. It is a lot. Yeah. Yeah. And if there's joy in what you're doing at the end of it, then I think always the likelihood of a happy ending is elevated. I agree. The ceiling is elevated. Feeling and the floor gets elevated from the vibes. Everything levitates when there's joy. All right. Are you ready? Becky butter sour brun. Competition tune up for you for the World Cup. Wait, do you know why I call you butter? I don't think I've ever told you why I call you. Do you know that I do sometimes call you Becky butter sour Brown? A long time ago I heard that nickname. Yeah. And I loved it. Whenever you do something smooth, we're like butter. Oh, is that why I haven't heard it for the last few years? I actually brought it up. I think for your 200th, I came out again. And I was like, what happened I haven't used been using butter. Bring it back. Becky butter. And we're gonna bring blood back. Smooth this butter. All right. Becky butter, you're going up against laudi foudy in what's known as the Lin game. It's a game of trivia, best of 5 questions wins. It's all multiple choice. The key element of the game is what your noisemaker is to chime in for your answer. So if you'd like to share that with us now, that'd be great. Yes, it is a pill bottle full of vitamin D since I do live and play in Portland. I do need to take my vitamin D give it a shake. Mine is a new squeezy show. Thank you. Showers, mom, Kristen. Both part of our dope village. Kristen, I saw danger city game and she handed me this and said, I know swagga needs a new toy and you need a new noise maker because you're driving Lynn crazy. So it's a big day. And can you describe it? It's a donut. That makes a fantastic noise. Can you hear that? Becky. Very much. I didn't want zoom to move me out, which it likes to do. That gives zoom FU. So the theme of this game is lasso fiasco, all questions about Ted Lasso with the assumption Becky that you watch the show. That is a correct assumption. Okay. All right. Are you fully caught up? I believe so except one just dropped today, right? So I didn't see yesterday or today. I hope I hope. I'm gonna kick your ass, Julie. Good luck. Chime in whenever you think you know the answer. Okay, question one. What number does Jamie tart wear? Is it a, 9, B, ten, or C 17? Jamie tartar to dart, Jamie. You want to take this, Julie? I know, because I always do and I get it wrong and then you have a 50 50 chance of getting your strategy so smart out of the gate. I'm just calling my hesitation. Did you see my hesitation? Yes. This is a battle of wills. I love it. The
"jamie tart" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"And anyway, he would want to stay closer to home, like, maybe the south, no, no, no, gotta be London, and process of elimination, you know, West Ham was pretty quickly it. Now, I should note that when we were writing this Fulham was in the championship and there was no guarantee they would be promoted. Fulham might have made more geographic sense and our transport budget would have plummeted. Instead of having to go all the way out to Olympic Stadium, which is a rumored to be in London. But I'm not sure that's actually the case. So West Ham, it was. By the way, the picking West Ham pre season to be a lock for 5th, which the pundits did in the show is the first time I've watched Ted Lasso and found it too far fetched, but I do want to thank you for your magical realism. It's that Gabriel Garcia Marquez levels this season three. When you flashed up the league table and had Everton in 8th. I've got to tell you watching it, I cried. It was such a beautiful sight to see. You've got a big heart Brendan hunter. I appreciate you. I want to talk about you both in real football because there's times over the past year when I began to think that you were only filming this incredible global sensation as a means to an end. And the end was not to create a television show, not to have your own signature ice cream brand, both of which have achieved. But for you guys to find a way to watch as much top flight English football as humanly possible. The one months last year, when I began to believe, it wasn't legally possible for there to be an English football match with you both in attendance. So is that a weekend when you were at Brentford Tottenham? QPR, boron wood, arsenal. You were everywhere. What was that experience like to watch and make memories together as mate? Part of it is a reflection of something that has been really great about this experience, which is the football world has really opened up to us. It's funny to me when we see the odd social media troll complaining about this football fact we got wrong or not, but like, oh, yeah, you know who doesn't mind? Jurgen fucking clap, man. Mikhail fucking our tattoo. They let it slide. They see what we're doing here. Why don't you take a look. So when given access, one might not have it forever. One must take up that access. At the beginning, you said, I love football, but I describe myself a little like Ted as ignorant, but curious, but little by little. It seems you become quite a die hard Arsenal fan. I mean, yeah, I mean, getting into it one being as close as I am to this fella. And also things like the all or nothing show. Where you get to spend time with the folks on and off the pitch, the same thing we're kind of doing with the show, but in real life. But then getting into FIFA and playing a lot of FIFA over the last four years, which we use to break a lot of stories. And for real, especially during the lockdown, then that man city was my team that I would use and watching their all or nothing before we started writing. And then really digging pep and his verve and fashion sense, of course, we speak about that a lot on the show. He does things with Kashmir that have never been invented before. Yeah, I know. And they all look great. That's the other. It's not just his choice. It's also his body, and the way things silhouette. You know, it's like, he's got like one of those little Mick Jagger wastes. He's taught. It's like he got to put in an extra hole on those belts. I wish, thank God that sentence ended in belts. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Oh boy. But yeah, but arsenal has been lovely to us from the get go. I mean, that was sort of one of our reasons. Again, when we did the commercials back in 2013, 2014 that we put in the contract with the Premier League, it was like, hey, can we get back for a match? We want to come from a match and between myself and Brendan and Joe the biggest fan by far is Brendan is his club is arsenal. Everyone knows it. And so we went to go see Tottenham because that was the team that Ted coached and got fired from the first commercial. And we would go see Tottenham at Tottenham against arsenal and I'll say it. I'll tell you. Brendan wore Red Sox and he got away with it. Oh God, I've got to tell you, Brendan, that is a proper hooligan move where in the secret. Look in your fingers and putting them right in the socket. That is proper hard. But you were both in Manchester yesterday. When I wore the red Sox again. City fenestrate your arsenal. You're on the field before it. You were chatting with all Gallagher. My lip reading is a bit off, but did you tell him that if Roy Kent and Jamie tart can make up, he and Liam should just get their asses back together? Well, we just wanted to watch this show, 'cause I think that's the hill sniffed that out on its own. And it'll mean more. Show don't tell. We literally say in the first minute of the first episode in a manner of speaking that Liam's a nut, nulls and not and they should be together in one bag forever forever and ever and ever. So Noel hasn't actually watched the show, we learned, but his son has. His 12 year old son has, which I appreciate. The bridges have been built. Yeah. Shouldn't we all in life be together in one bag for God's sake?
"jamie tart" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"This right now is very high. If there had been a car alarm or a truck backing up down an infinite street behind us, just beeping in way, that would be very zealous. So it can go to a bunch of different levels. Ted lasso himself, a character full of rider. You said you were influenced by a number of real people in the construction. You know, a lot of Midwestern gents have read you talk about John Wooden, is teachings as a model and a philosophy. But was there any manager in soccer football that you modeled him? Because I interview a lot of managers, they're amazing human beings, but it's not a place, a culture, the Premier League with a lot of nice guys. Yeah, I mean, not really. I mean, John Wooden would have been the biggest. You know, his book, the pyramid of success, all that stuff. There's this great book, this little blue and yellow book actually called wooden, well, very cleverly crafted title. Did I picked up in my early days of doing improv in Chicago, which is actually where Brennan and I first met, but we really the majority of when we first started to work together was in Amsterdam a year or two after that. And I just went to this thing for, you know, improv teachings. So as much as the notion of that's rooted in Dutch culture, there was also the whole notion of yes anding and following the follower and all these different things. So I had plenty of improv teachers as much as my athletics coaches and stuff back home in Kansas when I was playing basketball that it's probably more based on than any specific person. But I think we've certainly noticed a person that early on spoke of digging the show Jürgen Klopp. It's like, yeah, that guy has a very similar vibe, you know? You like hearing about him taking his players out to do karaoke. It's like, yeah, that's great, or if they're in a city, just walking down the street. Is that all of Liverpool? You know, it's like in their full training kits and everything. It's like, yeah, and that feels exactly like something Ted would do. It's Jamie tart, Jack Grealish. He seems to be more and more grills. He is not quite Jack Grealish. We created Jamie Carr before Grealish was really a thing, you know? He was at villa, but he wasn't like the full national security issue. For the country that he is. Currently, before his calves were uninsured. But hair wise, we are definitely drawing from the greelish well very, very heavily in season three. Nikki and who's our department head for hair and makeup her and Phil dunster who play Jamie tart. I think they have a little pow wow at the beginning of each season, like, who's hair are we gonna style this on? So I know Beckham Grealish certainly. God, if there was a season for it, a piece of Dan's term, but who is zaba based on? I mean, a lot of people think LATAM, but I put a ton of money at the bookmakers that is just a thinly veiled Alexei lalis. Well, thank you for saying that because every time I get this question, the lawyers get nervous and to honor the lawyers, just to be very clear. It's drawn from any number of the collective, the eccentric diva types that have populated football since the days of ALF Ramsey. Who's not a good example. But yeah, there's a lot of done in there. The whole lot is a lot of time. Yeah. You know, we knew with Ted having to try to win the whole effing thing this year. I was like, okay, well if that's really going to happen, you've got to have a world class player. Who do we want to draw from? And we kind of already did Ronaldo with Jamie to a degree and messy. To he just fits into well, and in any room, but oh, oh, the old slatan sparks. Those could fly around this room pretty well. And then zaba was where we ended up. So Lala said this, you were probably right to be careful because he's very litigious. I want the one thing that was fun is more than half of our writers room could care less about the sport. So a lot of these times when we end up speaking about things using sport as metaphor or using showbiz as a metaphor for explaining sport or vice versa. And so really zaba is the example we would give is like if you got a $1 million to make your small little indie movie and then like Tom Cruise says, I want to do it. And then you're like, wait, what? So that increases your budget, increases the eyeballs, it gives you all this autonomy, but it's also now Tom Cruise. You got to worry about what he wants at craft services. Like it's a big darn deal when Tom Cruise says yes to your movie or Cameron Diaz or like one of these Titans of industry. And so that's a little bit of what we're doing there was obvious. So that's like less of an influence of one specific person, but I would say almost every character on the football side is like inspired by something that really happened or loosely based on someone that we already know exists, but then we dump about 7 to 8 other influences into that thing. And then just make other shit up. Season three, we are in the midst of a joy filled learn to cycle romp, Richmond have been promoted again and a battling for mid table security, touch of the Fulham's about them. Yo yo club also living out late the great betrayal, filled with a lack of self esteem. He's gone the full Mourinho vengeance darkness, seething reprisals, just like Mourinho went from club translator to dark knight Champions League winner. I am interested in your creative process. I read you once said that you knew from the very beginning that you wanted this to be a three act structure, hence three seasons, how you were going to land the play. But did you really know from the beginning that you'd send sweet sweet Nate on this former kit man to hitman ark? No, not right out the bat. That was revealed. I remember when we were shooting. It became very clear in the writing process of writing episode 7. You'll know that as the Everton episode, yes, the episode. Yeah, karaoke, et cetera. I was when writing episode 7 when Nate gives the halftime speech and he just lays in and just becomes like a Don Rickles roast comic and I was like, oh oh. I mean, I think a lot of writers speak towards this where you kind of let the characters guide you as weird as that may seem. And it just, again, that's one of those stories that the intoxication of new fame to not really say a quote that Rick James said, but new fame is a hell of a drug. And so what happens when you get everything you want and how hard that is to deal with. The world does have good and evil and it's like part of the show's themes is like, how do you react to it? When you're given this power, what do you do with it? And that's like a Abraham Lincoln quote, any man can overcome adversity to test a man's true character, you give him power, see what they do with it. That heel turn Nate hill turn, some would say, is just not believable, but they've clearly not heard the term Anthony Gordon nest hashtag, not my Ginger prince, but a slight Segway neat club West Ham. How did you choose West Ham to be the bad guys? Don't have to sign off on that. It was David Moyes just like, yeah, embrace that heel casting. Oh yeah, David boys was super happy about it. You know, I was like, okay, Rupert's gonna buy another club. What club would Rupert buy? We decided that he wasn't quite rich enough to be an oil oligarch, so it would be Chelsea arsenal. Anything in a Manchester would be sort of out of the question.
"jamie tart" Discussed on WTOP
"On Apple TV plus. Entertainment reporter Jason fraley saw the first episode and joined Shawn and Hilary to discuss the season start, including Jason Sudeikis and the starring role. His characters evolved so much from season one to season three I mean, season one, we really got introduced to that off shucks demeanor. There's corny jokes that diamond dog banter with his locker room cohorts. And then season two showed a bit of a darker side. We saw his panic attacks and meeting with his therapist. But here now in the season three premiere, it's looking like we're on board for a little catharsis. You know, he's putting his son back on the plane to America and asking whether he's doing the right thing by staying overseas and coaching. And the sun, you know, the sun is like dad, you gotta win the whole thing. There's so many great characters in the show, but everyone loves Brett Goldstein as Roy can't. So what is he up to in this season? He's probably made me laugh out loud more than any other character. Well, maybe other than Jamie tart. But Roy Kent, he was that aging soccer vet and retired after season one became a coach in season two, but his relationship with Keeley Jones played by Juno Temple has been one of the best subplots, and this season I'm rooting for him to stay together. It's a bit early on the rocks, their workloads are a little heavier in their new role. So hopefully they can keep it together. But both of them have pivoted in other shows too like Juno Temple was in the offer, the making of The Godfather on paramount plus and Goldstein is producing shrinking for Apple TV plus. So Ted Lasso isn't the last we'll see of them. So no show is worth anything unless there's some conflict, J Frey. So what is the conflict for season three? I've only seen the first episode, but based on that, I really think it's gonna be with Nate the great. Remember, he went from water boy sort of locker room Jersey washer to assistant coach wonder kid. Thunder kid and in season three is the head coach of the rival team. He even goes in a press conference and trashes his old pals, but you'll have to tune in to see if Ted will take the high road. You know, he always does. But Rebecca, the team owner played by Hannah waddingham, is so stressed that the media is all predicting the team to finish last this year in this season. Innate says, the only reason they're picked to finish 20 of is because there aren't 21 teams. He does some low clothes here, man. I'm hoping it's coming to a head where Nate versus Ted. Maybe they're two teams will play in the championship or something for like an underdog final season, but we'll have to see. That's entertainment reporter Jason Frehley. A quick look at the top stories we're working on at WTO P, Donald Trump says he'll be arrested Tuesday. That's
"jamie tart" Discussed on WTOP
"Today's innovation in government report highlights the government's IT modernization opportunities. Winston Chang, the federal chief technology officer at snowflake, says software can reduce the risk of data sharing. That is because you can put on top of it policies that automatically check, you can watch the metadata that moves back and forth. So we actually reduce two pieces of this. We reduce the issues of the technology, how quickly it can connect. And then we can actually reduce the process procedure policy piece. And that completely changes the entire game, because the problem comes as the risk assessment when it comes to collaboration and sharing. There's just too high of risk. That can be reduced to a technology. Now that culture of wanting to collaborate, that mission focused culture more so than I think even the commercial sector will ever see can really come forth. And it can come forth organically. Let snowflake carrot and their reseller partners help you imagine what your agency is capable of. Listen more at Keras off dot com slash innovation. Everything you need every time you listen. WTO P news. Three 45, I'm Sean Anderson. I'm Hillary Howard. Thanks so much for being with us. Time for joy. Ted Lasso returns for its third and final season today on Apple TV plus. Joining us live with a preview TOP entertainment reporter Jason fraley, Jason, are you as fired up as we are? Oh yeah, well, I'm already fired up because I saw it. I've already watched the first episode. Oh, so is Jason Sudeikis still amazing as Ted Lasso? Oh yeah, he's so funny. And you know, his characters evolved so much from season one to season three. I mean, season one, we really got introduced to that off shucks demeanor, you know, there's corny jokes that diamond dog banter with his locker room cohorts. And then season two showed a bit of a darker side. We saw his panic attacks and meeting with his therapist, but here now in the season three premiere, it's looking like we're on board for a little catharsis. You know, he's putting his son back on the plane to America and asking whether, you know, he's doing the right thing by staying overseas and coaching. And the sun, you know, the sun is like dad, you gotta win the whole thing. So hopefully they do. So so many great characters in the show, but everyone loves Brett Goldstein as Roy can't. So what is he up to in this season? He's probably made me laugh out loud more than any other character, Roy. Well, maybe other than Jamie tart dude, dude. But Roy Kent, he was that aging soccer vet and retired after season one became a coach in season two, but his relationship with Keeley Jones, you know, played by Juno Temple, has been one of the best subplots, and this season I'm rooting for him to stay together. It's a bit early on the rocks, you know, their workloads are a little heavier in their new role. So hopefully they can keep it together. But both of them have pivoted in other shows too like Juno Temple was in the offer, you know, the making of The Godfather on paramount plus and Goldstein is producing shrinking for Apple TV plus. So Ted Lasso isn't the last we'll see of them. So no show is worth anything unless there's some conflict J Frey. So what is the conflict for season three? Well, based, again, I've only seen the first episode, but based on that, I really think it's gonna be with Nate the great. You know, remember, he went from water boy sort of locker room Jersey washer to assistant coach, you know, wonder kid. Vander Kidd and now he's in season three is the head coach of the rival team. He even goes in a press conference and trashes his old pals, but you know, you'll have to tune in to see if Ted will take the high road. You know he always does. But Rebecca, the team owner, played by Hannah waddingham, is so stressed that the media is all predicting the team to finish last this year in this season in Nate says the only reason they're not the only reason they're picked to finish 20 if is 'cause there aren't 21 teams. He does some low blows here, man. But I'm hoping it's coming to a head where Nate versus Ted. You know, maybe they're two teams will play in the championship or something for like an underdog final season, but we'll have to see. Looking forward to it, Jason, thanks much. Thanks. Yeah, take that, rob wood for its fortune 45. Who knew? We're doing 45 sports again. And then there we go. Double DTP entertainment. Editor, Jason
"jamie tart" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Going to be gangbusters for everyone across the board and that's what just became my data telling you, but to sustain that over the course of the year is going to be near impossible. And I think what we're really playing for is another retreat, right? It's going to be a slow grind, and then in the end of the year when the property sector may finally catch a breath and look, we had some good housing data out of China overnight also. I think it rose for the first time in 20 months for a long way away from normality there. So I think we need to see the property start to come back online. We've got some time you have quarters, but that kind of takes me into my thesis, which is effectively there is a more durable play in China growth and the reopening than there is perhaps in the Eurozone and disinflation. Okay, so final question here. If you took a 12 month rolling view of the economy in China, right now we're thinking 6, maybe. When you get to June, July and start looking at 12 months, are we thinking about three? Well, if you look at the IMF there, certainly, if you look at the 2024, they're talking for 4% GDP growth. So yes, over the long term structurally, if she can't get these reforms pushed through, if they can't get consumer spending, household spending confidence that they're going to have savings, right? If they can correct the problem with SOEs where local governments where all of their public savings comes from where all the social services comes from, if you can't structurally reform that, we are not going to see the snap back to 5 and a half 6% over the long term. That raises the question then whether we've already seen the reopening trade and maybe it started in October. And now it's already over. That's basically the suggestion, and that's basically what Damian saying, right? Because the actual anecdotal data already points to the slowdown, the lack of activity that's going to come down the pike. You've gotten a 5 a.m. this morning. I'm just going to say that. Every morning. I know what time it is. I ran three miles this morning. I got up so early. I was so excited to listen to you guys. What time did you wake up? You know, I can't sleep I'm all jet lagged and I was in Miami last week. I thought that's the same time zone. Yeah, I know. But I'm trying to say it was in Miami last week. Is that okay? Cool. I love it. It's real by the way, I know you guys were questioning whether Miami is real. Miami, Miami is real. What are they so? University of Miami? Oh, nice. Represent. I mean, too much. What is happening here? You see this? I like that. It sucks. Wait, where does your son go? Wait, where does it go to college? He's a senior in high school, but he will be okay. There you go. This was nice. Wasn't that a nice second? On radio is the most exciting. Aluminum aluminium, cross border love. Whenever I say, if I say aluminum, I get so much from back to Maryland. Stop and say. And then you've been living here 8 years. Can I just say the most important? Most important date going forward, guys, if the music's not playing yet, march 15th. We can fly the music. Ted Lasso. Anyways, Jimmy. Is that trick Grealish? Is that supposed to be Jamie tart? It's a little headline. It's a little bit like that. I think it is, right? I think a bit like it. Are you watching Formula One? You're the one. I'm already fine. I'm in the final season. I'm already four or 5 episodes, and I think. I love that. And then that's the best. It's changed my life. You're going to watch this one. And the golf ball, and I forget the name of it. I've just started that in the first episode. It changed your life. How did it change your life? Load push. Mode push. Look, I mean, look, I mean, the way I see it is, it's about performance of the engine. You need a bigger engine, you need, you know, you need a fast, you need a better machine. It's also a performance. You're trying to stay efficient. Stay lean, try to perform every morning. Love it. So you're on your own with your team with Bloomberg intelligence and those poor young kids are there, and you're going, that's good, push it, push it. Push. I love F one. Does which Truman whisper that? He does so all the time. I asked him Martin. Fernando's guest. I love Fernando. Applying
"jamie tart" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"What if you were a global energy company with operations in Scotland, technologists in India and customers all on different systems? You need to pull it together. So you call an IBM and Red Hat to create an open hybrid cloud platform. Now data is available anywhere securely, and your digital transformation is helping find new ways to unlock energy around the world. Let's create a hybrid cloud that can change an industry. IBM, let's create, learn more at IBM dot com. What's up? This is Ryan Holland's ten year NBA vet and current analyst for the Houston Rockets, and I've got a new podcast called NVA rookie life, giving you weekly news, analysis, and an inside look into the 2022 draft class. This rookie class is really something. Each week, I'll be breaking down the best rookie performances, as well as getting behind the scenes stories and welcome to the league moments that make NBA rookie life so crazy. Listen to NBA rookie life with Ryan hollins on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Two NBA insiders, podcasting twice a week to plug you right into the NBA Grapevine. All happening in only one place. This league uncut. The new NBA podcast with me, Chris Haynes, and me, Mark Stein, join us as we team up to expound on everything we're covering, hearing, and chasing. Listen to this league uncut with Chris Haynes and Mark Stein on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. You are listening to the Dan Patrick show on Fox Sports radio. Though are you not cheating on Dan? We have an open relationship. Yeah, yeah. You're allowed to see us come in on rich on Fox Sports radio. Live from the Mercedes Benz studios on a Friday. We have an action packed hour plant. I'm going to over promise. Please do. Be the best hour. You ever heard. But again, thank you for being here. And rich, please subscribe to our podcast for free, search cavina and rich, wherever you stream your podcasts, enjoy the show. Danny G always puts out a great best of too. Check that out. Joel was here. Kevin wire with the update. Spotty boy with the videos at covino and rich. Is he now spotty boy? You say that every time. Is that his new spotty boy? Spotty boy. Yeah. Hey spotty boy. A new look spot. Tommy boy? Maybe the new look spotty, I want that. The new looks funny. Again, I'm Steve covino, just a kid from union New Jersey. Best rich Davis. He put the square and Franklin square Long Island. We're out here on the west side of the West Coast. And we're going to do weekend hobnobbing like we always do on a Friday. On our show, give you the scoop on what to watch in the world of sports. And what streaming this week that you might have forgotten about, what's out in the theater. So a little taste of what's to come this weekend. I have a debate for you, but you're going to have to hang tight. It's about what I'm eating this weekend. I hang tough. Oh, you're hanging tough. And I want to continue talking about this fight. Who cares? Well, if you don't care, honestly, I just think you're out of it. This is a really relevant fight. And that's why I appreciate Jake Paul. He's bringing boxing back to the forefront, makes it exciting. And rich called him a YouTuber. I'm going to have to disagree now. He's more than a YouTuber. He's already got money, right? He's got a lot of money. Like a lot of money. So he's able to afford the best trainers, the best facilities, the best camp. So I mean, this guy is preparing and he's saying, look, I'm more prepared than you. I want it more than you. And he's declaring that he's going to win by knockout over Tommy Fury. Again, Tyson Fury's half brother. Andre was asking, are they really half brother? Tommy Fury grew up in a boxing family. This has been an ongoing debate and battle. They were supposed to fight like two times already. It's finally happening. At the press conference, you know it's a big deal. You know who's at the press conference? Hey guys, smile for a photo. Oh my God, I can't believe the excitement for this fight. This is like the biggest fight since I thought van der Holyfield. Mike Tyson's out there. He's all pumped about it. Superstars will be there. There was a lot of trash talking going on and Jake Paul called a double or nothing. And Tommy Fury sort of stopped in his tracks and really didn't want to agree to it. And Tommy Fury's dad or uncle, I don't know what someone in his camp was like, yeah, we take it. We take it. They shook hands on the offer. And I'm like, well, what is the purse? It's price fighting. What's the purse? And I just looked it up. Probably a tacky Lou Vuitton one. It says, Paul will make about 3.2 million for the fury bount. This is before adding profits from 65% pay per view share, which he will learn, totaling about 8.6 million. So they're making millions. And he's already made 250,000 for getting a tattoo of some vodka brand. He's promoting. So he's saying, look, if I knock you out, if you're so confident Tommy Fury, that you're the real boxer. You're going to beat me. Let's do double or nothing. I don't know how true it is, but they shook on it yesterday. Well, listen, Jake Paul has essentially cut the boxing line. And listen, you can't say everybody has their own, you can't hate people for having an easier or a path that they carved out themselves. He became a famous YouTuber, influencer, whatever you want to call. No, you can hate it. But you have to accept. You can hate it. You have to accept it, but you have to understand. What could be done said is right. This guy has the best trainers. He takes it serious. He has a whole compound set up. He's got a chip on his shoulder. He's got some fun. And he's a young man with size and strength, so what makes him any different than another up and coming boxer? The fact that you know him already. Right. Because there's a lot of guys that have only fought a handful of fights that happen. He started a little late, but you know what? I will say this. It all ends. In my book, when he loses. So I'm rooting for Jake Paul. And I'll tell you why. Because if Tommy Fury beats him, then the whole buzz of, yo, Jake Paul, when is he going to fight someone real? Well, what's his next fight? To me, that's the lore. If Tommy Fury, who I don't care a little bit about. I never know who I didn't even know ty severe had a brother that boxed until Jake Paul called him out. Overseas, Tommy Fury is a big time celebrity based on a reality show. But he's like Jamie tart from Ted Lasso. Good-looking dude, his wife is a social media influencer. She's got millions of followers. He had millions of followers. So he was on TV and he's a professional boxer. He's just another boxer influencer. Yes, but overseas. But overseas, he was known for that stuff. That would be boring as hell, wouldn't it? What's an 8 round fight? And Jake Paul's saying it's not going to go past four rounds. So he's predicting a knockout. Again, he's given a lesson in trash talking. The things he's saying, unbelievable. Like I said, I've seen the best I want boxing my whole life. Well, this dude is giving what's it called those courses? Masterclass. A masterclass. He's given a masterclass in trash talking. It's amazing. So I'm pumped about it. I'm not pumped that it's on a Sunday, but I'm pumped about it. I'm not pumped to spend an extra 49.99, but I'll do it. And I want to give you two other fights like legitimate awesome fights, and I want you to tell me. Well, do these excite you or are you into the spectacle, which is Jake Paul? I will say. If Jake Paul loses, I'll be bummed, not because I care about the guy because I just feel then the storyline of every few months, him fighting someone and being like, oh, is he gonna beat this guy? He needs to win. If he fights a good fight, there's still a market there. If it's a battle, some sort of rocky Apollo. I could promise you if he loses the next pay per view, the numbers will plummet. Another docu series you'll love him in the morning. They can say, you know what? Docu series can make you love anyone. The hold on. Jake Paul and Tommy ferry is happening Sunday. I do want to point out something you said a while back. So I'll give you a little pat on the back, a little pet summer on the back rest in peace. I want a pet sajak. I'm proud to show me. Pat sajak. A little arrogant, isn't he? Yeah, he is. I don't know. But anyway, you know he's a hot daughter that does like a wheel of fortune Instagram pitch. Really? Look up. I love pat sajak.
"jamie tart" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"I cannot even. That's a big preventative decision. To have to make it is yeah. I applaud you for coming to that decision. I don't know if i i mean i would get there if i had to but yeah thanks for sharing. That was a hard episode for me to do so. I appreciate the feedback on it will. I'm gonna take a real sharp left leaning into it I don't know if you saw that. I edited this but i have a quick head lasso. Update 'em one episode away from finishing. I really wanted to be done before. Today it was eleven thirty pm. Last night i was falling asleep during the finale. I couldn't do it. And i wanted to give it my full attention but i. I wanted to say that eleven episodes into this twelve episode series. I did feel like the first episode. Was maybe a little slow. And i was a bit worried about what's going to happen in season two and then it just continued to get better. This is a great season and they dig in deeper on all of these characters It the coach beard episode is as bizarre. Everyone says like a fever dream of an episode. But i was thinking about it this morning. coach is one of my favorite characters on the show. It's hard to have a favorite because there's so many great actors in the show but brendan. I think is a comedic genius. Give him like three lines. Every episode and i find him wildly hilarious every single time. The looks he gives nate. I really enjoy him. And in my mind i was thinking i bet people say. Give us more coach beard and they were like oh okay and then they gave us that episode like look. This is the person we've created. This is what more coach beard is a look like. Maybe you don't actually want that. I want now of coach beard he. I don't want that. It was a bizarre episode. One hundred percent. I will be finishing that this weekend. So even though you haven't watched the final final episode of it You still know like the big like the big story from from this season story. Yes aren't you so disappointed in our in our buddy nate without saying too much nate. Not so great yeah mate. Yeah and he had started to disappoint me before the big reveal. And i'm disappointed in him. I am i mean i'm not saying he obviously has his own issues. His character has some issues. Obviously but oh. I just feel so like betrayed a little bit. I think in this season has there's been a lot of redemption. Like jamie tart has a real s or when they hug in the i have what the heck is his name roy him in the locker room and i turned i was watching him. I had an i turn it to my husband. I was like you be watching. That was a great. So i do think that. Nate storyline is especially heartbreaking. Because so many other people are headed. In such a great direction i love keely storyline i love rebecca storyline. I really love. Ted storyline as hard as it was to watch. I feel like it was redemptive. Also but nate is breaking my heart. I know such a good season so i. I'm sure the finale will just break it even further. Yeah if you're not watching lasso. I suggest you get apple. Tv and watch it this weekend. just start. It's so it's so good all right tell me Tell me about what you just did. Well i had planned to come here and tell you all these funds stories about my night last night so no oh no we. It's not bad..
"jamie tart" Discussed on Fated Mates - A Romance Novel Podcast
"Even the lowliest listen gaffer whatever the i don't wanna ruin. I appreciate the people sometimes. A lot of people are waiting until all of it is out so they can just binge it. So i don't want him ruin very much but i want to say two things. One is the actor who plays jamie tart is amazing and we didn't get enough credit last season and this season i'm for him. His name is phil dunster. He has eleven thousand followers on twitter. I feel like romance could fix that for him. I i i know jen music. It will neither of us should have more followers than jamie tar and we do and everyone go. Follow bill dunster. We'll put it in show notes. And i also just want to re just sort of re commit to my passionate adoration of rebecca who and i don't think this is spoiling too much. We now know scots i. Just i don't know. I feel like she's who i wanna be when i grow up but i am grownup so it's a real who i follow hannah wanting him on twitter now no on instagram. Now and i'm obsessed with her. She's and i want to know how it is possible that this magnificent woman who is gorgeous in her forties and clearly talented beyond belief has just now become our. I mean at least in america. I maybe maybe you know the english have always been smarter. So maybe they just got their first on her. Maybe she's famous there but We love her. We love her. We love her. Eric and i got into big fight about her yesterday. It was a whole. Like maybe i need to come stay. Little romance is in college because he claims. The rebecca did bad things in season. One and i don't remember a single one of them. I mean she had reasons and we now understand them and can forgive them. She's perfect. I want to put her in my pocket anyway. All right are we doing. Oh we and we have to talk about christly because she has news and we haven't talked about that yet yes well. She sent out an email to her. You all and everyone was like everyone tweeted at us. It was it was very gratifying with like a bad signal. We love you all. That was awesome. It was awesome and it was actually just. She said she's just champion to get back in touch and look for news this fall about monroe and also the outstanding book in the chronicles for people who are readers of that series. Those are my breaking play. Some break in case of emergency books. Yeah they are my my last presley's that was exciting. It was really fun to hear from everyone. She did say in the that she spoke to knicks. And i think that's funny. Oh i thought it was so cute. Yes she knows. She's she understands the assignment of the understands that. Let's be clear most of us don't care about those are kennedy chronicles. She like look into that. Next everybody yeah. So that's big exciting. Obviously when manifesting when monroe happens oh yeah our schedule is immediately going to ground grind to a halt. Yes and we will put out a memo episode as soon as possible. Yes absolutely. we'll just live. Read it. It'll be a ten episode. Were not with it. we'll you yes we should. We should just livestream ourselves reading okay. It's happening i was you know people would just keep the stream. This is my fantasy world. People would keep the stream on and then like turkey. If you're lucky you're there when we just put out our books start talking. That'd be amazing. I'm going to clear my sky used to work for scholastic and when i worked for scholastic we did We we had a big series of books about a boy. Wizard might have been mighty from everett of those yes And when they launched the later books in the series they they launched at midnight with the backfield. I remember those very big deal for bookstores around the country and we had to work at midnight which was sort of fine. I guess. I mean it was nice to be part of history. I guess but i feel like we those midnight groves. Don't get those midnight launches. No they don't. They should appear on your kindle in the middle of the night. I feel i feel like what we need we need to. I don't want christly. Here's what i want gresley. If you're listening don't drop it like beyond say because i need like a week. We need a week to get all of our feet meets. What do they call magnificent firebirds. Yes in all the magnificent firebirds to be together at night when it drops. Yes shirt for the next. Maybe what we should do is do a midnight live just for like twenty minutes. Sure just like read the prologue together when everybody can pop in for twenty minutes what i like most about this is we are kind of right now. Admitting to ourselves that we have no hope of getting an advanced reading copy. We we hiked really. Everybody thinks we're going to get it when you do. We expect it will download it to our e-readers dislike everybody else when you all get it too. I'm gonna definitely be doing one of those things. Where i can see if i can change the time by kindle to france or something right leg surely there's around now listen. You know what's going to happen. It's going to happen. It's going to come up on amazon and we're already like wait. What and then somebody is going to email us. Short like you guys. Did you see that monroe is up. And i will be like i'm at work. I gotta go home. I'm feeling i'm gonna get a hotel room in the city. You take the subway. you'll never see me. Don't bother me. it's what i want anyway. So that's happening and now what you've all been waiting for. Have they been waiting. They're like what are these two giggling about. Uh i exactly. It's going to be season for and this really as you've already noticed episode where we're kind of just chatting you even offer few weeks we're gonna talk about our plan for season four and then we have one we have one we. We didn't really have a great one for season three because it was a pandemic. Listen i think we need for ourselves looking back. I was like what were we thinking. We should have just been my. We are going to give you an episode every week. You're welcome here. It'll be what it is and honestly kind of the same right now but with a better idea. No we have. We have like a guiding free for this. We have a good idea. Okay do you.
"jamie tart" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This is big man. That's why I left Larry Joe out. Yeah, and LeBron out, But we've said joke. It's might be. Yeah, he's good. He might be the best passing big man of all time already. You know who else was a good one was armed thinking it's a bonus dead of Domantas Sabonis, who's actually playing grass it to somebody saying to Monty. Suppose for M V P from Indiana today and Pau Gasol all the Euros, man. Yours like to pass well, like they always say, you know, in the Ryder Cup why the Americans do better into the individual rounds when they play singles and the euro's do better in this In the alternate shot. They say America being capitalist loners and your Europe being socialist Communists. Wow, that's it. Yeah, no job that's been floated as a theory. I think the Nets are like the epitome of capitalists, right? Is it all? There really are more, uh, yoke of Wiseman on facing Yokich. Okay. You gotta like a lot of truth. So I just had to make sure I was just a attention if like. Every second that my dad was guarding him, so just like the way he spent off, um I knew that I was supposed to get like a arm bar on him, but he got me on the spin move on with and wine, but Always just learning. So like you scored, I got better. And then he tried to hit me with a perfect but I didn't go for it. So why each court always most definitely proving again. Better. In a few Yokich out there and you're facing that kid. You're like Yeah, I got a few on him this time. But, man, this guy's gonna be tough. Yeah, Yeah, looking forward to coming down court and seeing James Wiseman waiting for me. No, he's gonna get bigger. He's gonna get stronger. He's gonna develop man, but it's so early in his career mark, but you, you see, it is well, then I'd be like there's he's gonna be a good player like there's some good stuff in there. Now the words have never really been a lob team. And they might want to start becoming more of a lob team toward the floor With that a little bit. You can see stuff tries to do that with wise men a little bit like her. Yeah, Here's curt talking about throwing lobster Wiseman. Yeah, I think so. I think I don't think our guys are comfortable yet throwing lobs to him. And so as a result, you know, last came. And tonight, uh We've We've tried to bounce pass passes to him in the lane. We've tried to thread the needle on some of that is just the connection that has to be made. James have to have to figure out the spacing on those plays. You know, young guys tend to get too close to the rim. You know, they want to get right next to the room when somebody's driving, and sometimes it's actually better toe space out a little bit. Get to the dunker spot. 68 ft. Outside the the But the hope and Give the pastor and angles so all of those things are going to come as he gains more experience than our guys get more comfortable playing with him. Can we, uh I'm looking up to veil. McGee is currently on the calves. Can they? Can They fly him in for a day just to talk to Ah, just to talk to Wiseman about showing you the art of the love. There you go on then, Finally, we got to talk about curry in the big picture. And the macro six and six after 12 games. Curry dropping our favorite word that Davidson hub is drops perspective. Polly Hey, me personally have to continue to be smart because he to be aggressive but also aware of how to get other guys involved then. Again. It's not every time we lose and have a bad night. There's no panic. It's just understanding where 12 games into a new a new lot up and a new look and some nights go look really, really, really great. Somebody's in my look really bad. Just kind of comes with the territory. Yeah, he says, you gotta keep in perspective here and And then, finally, Here's the one Do you like where the team is 12 games in Me always could be picky and look at what Game like Indiana, or, um, you know, maybe even one of the games we got blown out make a little bit more competitive, but six and six with us learning on the fly. Uh, dream. I'm missing the first two. This is solid, solid place to be. We know we can play a lot better. Hopefully, our record will indicate that once we start to click And learn the lessons that we need to learn. So it's kind of a jumbled standings. I think from you can win two in a row and b, you know, right at the top, so Uh, yeah, I guess I do like where we are. There It is. Yeah, I guess I do like where we are. Okay. Talk about. He did talk about the jumbled standings. The milling around. Yeah, yeah. Milling around. All right, Well, there you go Warriors off now and as her Carla Tor. No, I was in the car last night and here in the tornado on with a Willard saying the younger Let me ask you a question about the war. Your defense still working on that? I don't think I'll ever perfected though. The underrated part of this whole thing. Is that the least sexy part, but that his need is that the world's get two days of practice, which is what they need. And you know, for guys like Wiseman on DSA. Instead of playing at Phoenix night, they'll get practicing, and I No. We're talking about practice right time I practice. Yeah, not a game Practice, which, by the way, Ted Lasso doesn't very creative riff on during. Oh, yeah, when? When Jamie Tart says he's not gonna go practice. Jamie Terrorism had also flips the Allen Iverson speech on him and says that practice is actually great because it's a chance for them to be together out there in my practice now and Tom, my practice, so But anyway, the point being is that the words will be practicing. A couple of days before they go down to l A. And put the Lakers on MLK Day. Alright, cops. You're off Monday, right? I'm off Monday. Enjoy the holiday mark. I will all right, not the Aaron holiday, but others or the Drew or the Justin. I'll enjoy the Aaron holiday. A lot of people taking down the big man..
"jamie tart" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"How much is it straight? This 30.10 grand. This point. We don't know that 10 million seriously, because I think, isn't it to make it $70 Million luxury taxes? Allies of the U Break contract? Yeah. So he literally is costing them 70 million in member and he was like, do it, Bobby. Somebody give me about luxury tax checkbook. I have a special checkbook just for luxury tax fees. I mean, at that point, you better beat the nuggets tonight. You know, I'm right at that point you you better roll out there and beat them. Not perfectly said dude. Perfect. Yes. All right. Just a little cash creek texting me, Actually, that we have sound from around the league. Yeah, that'll be good. I wanna hear some of that. Seven on sevens argument is that the Nets are the A's The Knicks are the Giants. Yeah, that's about right. You buy that. Yeah, 510 says. Your skepticism is valid are Big three. Draymond, Clay and Curry are the ultimate team players that's ostensibly her Harden are absolutely not. Ultimate team player. The big Me guys. Two nines angry, They say NBA players today are the biggest self entitled Pour Me Cry Babies of any sport in the world kind of, although I would argue, Um, I think English Premier League Soccer has a tremendously high diva quote. Really come back this morning to murder of the MBA. I think the only players who can drive this sort of Control our big name. European soccer Po. That's good. I think they're like, sell me. Unbelievable. Really. Tell me. Yeah, convince me. Nobody forces where everyone. Don't you get it through a negligee and give me a lap dance. I'll think about it. Constabulary aids of the of Europe or just packed with diva drama and no, I didn't know that. What happens is, too is you have to dig with with European soccer. It's even crazier. It's like if I wanted to. If I were the Nets in European soccer, and I wanted to trade for harden, I would have to pay. The transfer fee. I would have to agree to terms with you just on what it would cost me then I have to agree to weekly wages with harden. So I have to agree to, like, buy the rights to trade for him there and then I've got to negotiate with the player if the player doesn't come to terms, but I just don't get him. Can I talk to my Ted last? So people would say when I talk about European soccer drama, Jamie Tart, everybody Jamie Tart. That's right, shouting out to my ted last. So people, Paulie waiting, waiting waiting. One of these days you'll watch it. Yeah, aboard. Yeah. Today kisses Good. You know you love him, although I recommend the tiger thing too. Four awaits as if Katie was chasing rings. He would've stayed here and With the Warriors. That's a hell of an argument you're making, you know, he also asked PS is Nix Is New York still going to be a next town or the Nets gonna be? That's a great question. You We should ask Cannizzaro that I can't speak to that now, but it's a good question. 95 thought was. What is happening in the MBA is the result of the AU culture. You put together super teams and you go dominate. Probably you agree with them. Probably. Yeah, I think that's I mean, That's not the only reason but it's one of them coming around. Uh, five. Our noses. How about were the magic and Jabbar as the original Big 33? Well, but magic was magic Drafted, worthy drafted tomorrow was there before both of the other. Yeah. 916 says. Don't forget Arthur. Funds or really, or moccasins, Polly True story? Yeah, he did. Okay. Underrated markets and guy right there. Yes, 707 says. I still hate the Lakers more. Yeah. Yeah, I think. Yeah, sure. I think so. Yeah, you do more if you ate the Lakers more needed than let's play the Lakers in the NBA Finals, which right now would be probably the most likely NBA final, right? That's probably like to just see Katie and probably just really would probably route for the Nets. Yeah. Which is hard to say, because it is. It's not like Katie. Now we do have history with Katie do like Katie? Yes. And just a man A B o anybody But the Lakers. Mm hmm. Yeah, I could stay with you on that. Alright. So there you got a little check of the Cache Creek text line at 41580856 to 74158 away 56 to 7 tons of reaction. From the media pundits who cover the MBA. You know James Harden trade next on now. I should. I should have told you to come on. It's on me. Paul, I gotta tell you, the more from actual sponsored by Oh, Donald Rachel. Let's remember the first day the first show we did this year. You said something funny about Greg. I doubt you remember this kind of a throwaway line, but I just don't want my head and I still like it. You open up the new year we're doing our first show. And then you're talking about the first though, Donald sponsorship and you go. 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