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"jean butler" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

06:27 min | 10 months ago

"jean butler" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"I you know this is very kind of low hanging fruit thing. Picking wartime butler. I know poor. Jean butler but you know jimmy. This kind of pivots to Little relevant tiny talking point is that. Nfl cuts are different. This year. If people kinda miss that those announced earlier this offseason and that it's not like it used to be. Once upon a time you go from ninety donna. Seventy five eighty five as it so yet. Now it's going down From ninety two eighty five k. I five cuts. I believe that's on august seventeenth. I'm double checking my calendar hair. Yup and then on august twenty four weeks later. They're going to cut down from eighty five to eighty. And then they're going to go from eighty to fifty three on tuesday august thirty first so i think came butler is in jeopardy of being on the first five gone. And it's it's funny to me because i remember a lot of people liked him butler coming out of a draft twitter favourite. Oh yeah i think he was the first pick in the fourth round and people are like that is disgusting that he didn't go in the first two days. If i'm not mistakenly fram friend. Duffy loved him a lot. And like did i think frameworks or the He was he was argumentative on that he push back on him being this star prospect while wasn't and by the way i'm not trying to call out for him. I respect france opinions lot. Which is why i noted that sometimes people get things wrong but not in that case. Apparently i think john norris then maybe i was thinking i mean josh yours. Love cooking butler and josh. Like he's another guy that we definitely respect. Yeah yeah josh's a as great So you're not trying to say here you right you know. Sometimes you like these guys. The they're just nothing. I don't think. I just don't think he's like anything at the nfl. Which is a bummer for him yet. So he's my Vp did you think of one. Yeah so i'll go and this is a little unfair. Maybe but i'll go jack driscoll who the team began Cross training at guard like a day ago. And that's why it's unfair but He like he's i think he's a guard the i don't think they should. I get why they're there cross training in there. Because you know you want your reserves to be able to play multiple positions and. I think he can do that. Both at left tackle. I think he'd be good. Swing tackle like you can play left tackle. You play right tackle. But if they're gonna keep andre dillard then as the backup. And then you have driscoll. Who's the backup right. Tackle the li. It's sorta limits the number of guys that you can keep that our interior backups. So i get why they wanna have him also try to be able to play. Garnett played guard in college as we noted here but he is not look good guard and that's kind of predictable because like andrea dillard like his biggest flaw and it's not to the degree that dillard has this flaw but he's need struggles anchoring Against power and you got to be able to do that. Playing guard against these bigger Interior defensive lineman and So far hasn't been great. I mean he's got a good camp. Because i think like he's you know played well Impact protection particularly at tackle But yet is just the first couple of days. Guard have have not gone well by the way. Let's as long as we are on the a cut down to eighty five topic Who your who your first five cuts so actually going through this hour. You guess. mike k. On the sideline the other day super. Because i think some of the obvious cuts are like at positions where their injured they kinda might have to keep some of these people like a little bit longer like like a he came butler even potentially. Although i think you should just be gone I had him gone Maybe thrown andre patent in there too. Though he's been okay and they might again they might just need the bodies It wasn't like super easy. Their lyman in there. I was thinking about casey tucker potentially but now he's hurt also. Maybe they they do this do that. i don't know it's probably isn't super compelling beauty any names that are obvious to you. Yes oh my. I was writing down here as you're talking. I'm going to go with Elijah holyfield jomon owes bond. No disagree. yeah. You think he sticks. He's in pretty bad. Jahmai opinion. no disagree he's been. I haven't seen anything at him Butler would make more realistic lawn. Bailey pass rusher. I don't think i disagree with that too. Casual and i would say Kion seymour corn. I think keep keep on sticks to had. Ob down ob malfoy. Yeah that's probably a good. That's probably a good pick all right. We'll see the very riveting. The first five cuts will get an eight days from one recording this on thursday morning To me any final thoughts before we wrap up here Let's move it along. I have a long day. Hetemi gotta drive back down the shore sometime my daughter but yeah Looking back looking looking to get back to the practice field on tuesday yes. The us returned to practice on tuesday morning another ten. Am start time and then they will have off while of a walk-through so they've walked through today on monday as a recording. This have walked through again on wednesday gain on thursday night game on thursday so very exciting at the link. Stiller's are coming to town So we'll see how that goes. Steve nelson revenge game even though he probably won't be playing on Yeah so that's what's up next For now this has been. Bgn radio episode two to three. And i meant to say that up to the fight and fills once again jimmy. Eight in a row angler dominant performance and on his way to his cy young award and also bryce harper. Yeah imagine bryce harper. Mvp and On a team that is very annoying. Very frustrating to watch at times so once again. Check out the good fight with the p. Eight for all your phillies phillies coverage. It's exciting as really exciting to see the philly's kinda back in the first place. Some juice down and citizens make parks. Oh very fun to see. Check them out fall along with them. There Follow us at winning renascent dot com for your eagles coverage. Jimmy.

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"jean butler" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

08:26 min | 11 months ago

"jean butler" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Everybody welcome back. The second segment of our show is guys heard. The first segment talked about the the state of the los angeles clippers and recap on their season. Some positives that came from the negative that came from it as well. We also talked about where exactly we see. Quite all george leading the clippers nature or wrenches accidentally returning we covered all this stuff and then if the is going to go back and listen to provide a lot insight on not just on off the court what's going on with los angeles. That team has a lot of upside in over the course play. Also show you that. This also has a lot of fight. Lot rid on tenacity and is not going to go down and went healthy leonard and having an entire scene together in they're gonna make another championship run. I it this year but moving into this next second wanna cover the on elections that were made by the nba now. The selections calls credits aren't bercy not quite unforeseen but more so on the second team and the thirty in Charming and My analysis on sold the first team We have steph curry separation points for game. Five rebounds and five assists luca danni shoots lavish when seven was regained eight rebounds. This janas onto the ariston need points. Lead rebounds five six sorry leonard average twenty five point. Six thousand five assists in yokich. Wherever's twenty six points ten rebounds in eight hundred. I e on the second team. We have damian lillard. Wherever's twenty nine points. Four rebounds and seven assists chris paul who ever seen points for rebounding minuses. Julius randle average twenty four points ten rebounds six. Lebron jeans averaged twenty five points seven rebounds and it is a joel. Embiid who average twenty nine points ten rebounds and three assists and we've got the bird seen bradley beal average thirty one points regained five rebounds forces carrying arish my seven points five rebounds six assists jean butler who averaged twenty one point seven rebounds seven assists paul george wherever swing three point six rebounds viruses and averaged fourteen points. Six rebounds wants his two blocks rigging so this day now for offer in some. It's been ounce. Need that. When i is initially that i saw this in boston. Some wiser joel and be on function in Other three p. candidate steph curry conscience. Sorry steph curry yokich and told them be jovis. Only one is not on that first which doesn't make sense go. Can you be a And not on the first seen bentham back. This isn't the first time that That mvp candidate was not enough. I seen in fact most recently. Our paul george was the mvp candidate. His last year and o'casey he didn't make that first team either. Now that being said i would still not selling for the reason for being mvp candidate. I was still put embiid on that first team above janas onto the kubo just based all stats lonely hours points. In honors and advocate arizona rebounds. Entertain our better record now. The only thing that joel in be has against working gizmos at he missed quite a bit gains. But i was still joel. Beadle in that first scene on in that people had about not being on. That are quite leonard. Being on ever seen as most lebron james if recall me saying a one and a half though that coli leonard quiet that could be If he didn't missed so many games the abouts when he gains but linen was having pekao receiving allowed to go along with paul. George this is talking about it. But i think quietly. Desert beyond the foreseen absolutely and some people would say that. A demolition prefers team Team record set doing or of course this evening on his efficiency and his the strength was on I never seen before. And i'll know forever going again. This is the best. We've seen steph curry and there is mistake. Dallas that gracious been honored on that first team and then we go to the second team and we see that. Julius random is on the second team as some people were saying that. That should have been paul george or even jimmy. Butler are in devon booker. The made that you could make argued for paul george on jewish randall But ozzy people were saying hindsight to how the how the knicks lost in the first round but Julius randle was one of the most efficient players in the league Or of course the he had a top ten player efficiency rating throughout this evening and as he alone Arends move for points. Ten rebounds and six assists. I think is enough for me to put him in that on in the second team. Now if anything. Make the argument for Devon booker.

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"jean butler" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

IINK Podcasts

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"jean butler" Discussed on IINK Podcasts

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"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Way Out and then. We started seeing more and more cracks and we realize like visa of amboise frozen drink. It turns out that the previous ice age was in fact. A a movement from the Catholic Church that was put in place on this. Let's say I'm so sorry I'm so sorry. It's the Pope your excellence the post rules so the Catholic Church had actually been responsible for the previous ice age which was blocking the ancient evil into the polar ice caps and lesson learns I end so climate change. You know it was just going to be releasing all these dragons that had been trapped for Millennia and they were gonNA kill everybody and all of a sudden all of a sudden. Wouldn't someone came in with your. The pope. Phone is an important phone call and you got the message and it said something about New York. Something about New York had had like they had got someone strangled it to them. They WanNa Nice. It exploded like the cap and spread its wings and went straight to New York in New York and was to say beautiful. God taxis and taxis. He's though you said New York I know it has New York has beautiful families named the shallowest. Yeah okay so anyway fell the lowest. We're at their family home. which has incredible staircases? Oh and Richard Family home though they also have their pet goat named magnitude to. Yeah Mickey too and they also thankfully have a safe room at the panic in this city got destroyed. They were fine What's it what's that room like is safe? And it's called pass illuminated uh-huh okay. You had a Steel Steel beautiful politics. You don't want to go much. Yeah okay go ahead a baby inside of this had any mickey five and I immediately I immediately. I thought of how I'm now the Pope and how I can communicate so all the Catholics thought about sure enough there was The the Abraham and Isaac right with the the not killing the sun having the goat replacement and I said my children off all the goats upon to the erstwhile mile dragons. Behold everyone's talking like this it sounds real world because Catholic phone on goes to everybody remember. Yeah we have a lot of fun here. Sorry Catholics respect through that. Everyone knows it's fine. We're finding games so everyone went outside and took there so I didn't have one yet but still someone else's just for fun Koala Allah and so I- held Koala over my head. Chris held wafer up over his head waiver. And as soon as you did a dragon hard for me Love Love Maki held splendor up over his head and all of us together. Do you have a I. Don't I don't actually the power to say a location and you'll have gotten and we all held our goats up above our heads and at the same time dragons it's covered the sky and looked down and went up and suck them out of our hands. Spit out the bones. They then Larussa on the polar ice cap. It's been quiet since but I think I think sanctioning seal those backup the week. You take care of that problem. Oh well that's all right Chris. I'm what am I. Why don't I go take this goat here? whose name is butter? Churn and I'm going going to go feed it to the dragons and make sure we've decided though I mean Chris as as a pretty good ruler surprised us all he he's he's presently have now goats. Just kind of coming through goat farms goat farms the farm and not GonNa cop them in. I WANNA introduce new goat because I really think we're missing an opportunity with these names here. My name is Khalil. See See listening so these these poor site like Bram these disease. The story was the best these farms that you could just choose not to complement anything. That actually keeps you safe. That's how we keep dragging. Let's say no more compliments Lucas and Toss Lucas into the air dragon catches it and then I'm going to be safe so with meetings scheduled to actually pre three pretty show it turns out it's like people they just need snickers every once in a while so I'm going to go take care of this but because we're actually ending this episode with me not having completely fucked up the world. Well I wanted to take a moment to offer you a hug true. We're GONNA do slap it away the picture of this. Oh so sweet. You've been hugged by the pope. So it's emotional those dragons. Can I tell you something about the ice. Caps can use Angela Florida If the Catholic Church was responsible for locking them away In the beginning don't you think they should have had a more active role in protecting inclement. Yeah but is in charge. Chris is the one that the whole church whole time knew that they're they're kind of well. We can't say that we're not allowed to say. I thought we are a part of your house. So we accept everything they do. Chris's off handling it. So we have true now. Yeah Yeah. Welcome true Chris Chris Chris. Calloway works Out Join US next time. Yup going we clopping.

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"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Of St Michael Therein. During the Michael Michael Bats elected a new pope and sure enough all over the news they had selected. Did Chris Border Chris. Chris Porter unbelievable depress you. I was snuggling with Wafer and piglet and piglet with was He immediately turned to me and asked if he could kiss my hand respecting. Not For you and we did it. We made it uh-huh so we've realized that this is going to be a long episodes because there are five of them in this story and just saying usually it was fascinating. I'm sorry house we're very nice. Rip Tear Tear Rip. Torn climate change melted the polar ice cap starring get an instant evil dragons tacking routes most popular if you go oh back and replay PAS music into computer professionals eventually so anyone who thought they just got an email. I deeply apologize. That was me. Nobody wants to talk to you. This a Texan. I hate when I hear that. Yeah but I have no turned off the Wifi my laptop all right. I'm going to read this again. Uninterrupted climate change has melting. The uh-huh expect just got an email. Climate change has melted the polar ice caps thawing out an ancient evil. It's dragons it's dragons are attacking the world's most populous cities maybe Rome most populous populous populated. WanNa be Apollo endpoint fantastic employment. It was Gerard Depardieu the French the other one the father the euro number one. So yeah I said that I wanted the first thing thing that the Catholic Church should focus on should be climate change but before we get into all of that I we should. I need to like go study of prayer. Religion should should probably going to pick up your because they don't have the power yet and you've got to pick up your loose so much okay. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA go okay. Hey this is jenny from one last I left. I just wanted to say thank you so much for listening and if you are still listening that means maybe like us and if you like us then maybe give us a review. We would really appreciate it. Love you buy our children he's Lsu went and got us. Thank you so much. Kiss your hand but still a little so this you still mickey thank you you can't you can't be upset the forgive Jewish and I'm not off this plane I don't know set foot would and the gorgeous Italy Roma the Gorgeous Roma that smells like smells like garlic garlic. It is is Josh Pizza everywhere. Everywhere is pizza. Streets are made of. It's kind of her and the men are complete though. Because we're we're but like we realized we couldn't go to our hotel that had its soft beds. We had had to go to battle city because I was being arguably soft. They did send us. The Pope won't be. They don't have air conditioning in that. Plastic box is Area but all of us got in there for our young with And to which I realized protection detail was more. They agreed to it because we were an extra wall of defense around you. It's safe in there isn't one you have to compliment. It's something in the space. So you gotta go sorry. They gave me a goat. The goat in there. It's a safe space uh-huh something in the space. The safety safety the safety of tangible object inside of the along the proof is what makes it safe. But he wasn't saying so. You gotTa say specific bullets. It's fine it's fine. It's dragons will come in. You know the people whose name was splendor and I yeah. It is actually honorific of the goat. That Abraham was supposed to slay instead of For religious actually goes cadaverous thought it was off different replacement inside inside the Vatican the beauty of cobblestone traditional domenech so people like strumming the cobblestone. Dave Ross Rust you in they rush inside the beautiful beautiful stuff. They started saying you know I want to take the Catholicism into these different places and these different venues and they shut up shut up shut upshaw. We've got a huge fucking problem and I said I don't think you're allowed to say that word in here anymore. And they said the Bible never said fucking curse word I okay so what is what. What's what's happened can probably they said They're believed that there was an ancient evil. That was possibly going to be unleashed in the very near future and I needed to address that problem first and then secret and we were like they brought him back into their surveillance thrim which had high tech super cool high tech cameras which air conditioning don't but high tech cameras that showed like everywhere in the world not everywhere and they showed on the zoomed in on the polar ice caps which had been melting and at the top of the cap that was melting away. You could just see the hair line because they have hair of the head of a dragon. Yeah we didn't think they had here now you know the Great Little Tidbit for tribute. Remember that remember that you could see the Dragon Waking Up. Start to try and wiggle. That's why I was like. Wow and that's when all of a sudden the Vatican guard was own whoops. We let all these people in top secret just for the pope. What are we going to do now? We already knew easel was too late. Yeah they made us part of the papal entourage. Yes April people weird as we never szekely water and you are now part of my aunts or really wants to be turtle. What do you drive? But then we were watching watching the video and we noticed. The ice cracking dragon was inching. Its.

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"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

"The Bruins also space colony out already. Because it's the name of the trophies the elephant technicalities now we live on technicalities episode and the other prize that we got secret plane. Ticking asa just decided to go literally certainly gave us one ticket really know they kids are on this story. Yeah I I wanted to four four question trivial trivia chance right around that also does not contribute to in the you know. We know everyone's aware we realize that the tickets were for the next morning. Omayyad but you gotta get this elephant back to the apartment and we. We aren't aren't there yet. Give me a second was lopsided. Always there are two pack so the elephants into our car which has beautiful leather seats and we drove to the apartment. which has incredible radical molding literally mold beautifully ammo usually when we and we all live together including luding true yes We all packed. Because that's the only way you can have a high stakes. Trivia team is just like every doc on the hour like true. What is the length of elephants neck? Fourteen feet perfect correct. Sorry Trunk Trunk. It's called Jack is inches and the diameter twenty four Y. She's amazing the. What is the quadraphonic formula equals MC squared time divided by six AB F? Q Hugh over twelve litter. We don't ask any questions you. Yeah Yeah that's the way my face looks too so we packed passport court when we all have in one little box together. Thanks and we jump in a cab which was actually a cab so it was like really beautifully old school with its leather. Like the wooden B.'s. SUITS LIFT UBER. No no we like yellow cab with this gorgeous yellow paint and we drove all the way all the way to lax lax in the international terminal. which has beautiful blue coffee stained carpet say one thing we each love about La? Yeah I am where I am. That's the bar has actually have really comfortable stools. And that's why I always and that's why I'm always at the bar and I need that to fly. It was checking in at the front desk which had an attendant who had beautiful hair that was like old school Texas poof so like love like the length of an elephants neck and then it went up by the length of it was very it was thank you can. I was in the bathroom. which had where? He'll like know Joe stalls stalls with the dividers. I mean you're you're dividers. Don't have dividers word privacy. Anyway I think I was. I was stalls. I know I know that's why I changed the McDonald's that has the computer screen so you have to interact with less people and I really deeply appreciate that Chris I was walking up and down the moving walkways which makes me go fast. which is the quality about them but my headphones? Just pretend that like I don't know I mean like an airport video questions for question. Yeah what's an airport music video. Have you ever walked past good music. And he walked to the beat. And you're thinking so then I think oh maybe like in this video I'm in is set at an airport before I like jet-set somewhere okay. It's an airport and using those now. I'm with you I I think the question ask silly questions real talk we all we all live together but we were all in this together. Airport beautiful actually. We then got on the plane which had incredibly soft those. Those blankets that are made like micro fiber yeah. I don't know what my girlfriend is. Absolutely correct talk teeny tiny blankets but the teeny tiny fibers. We're very very comfortable. And we we all you guys were on. I coach requested. You'll get good seats to someone else. He's asked for extra money so we were in first class with the microphone blankets. You were in coach. So what happened. Is that They've no blankets. No no you know like Eh being in coach so I think they give away goats and Oh wow jazz roll back there. I know but then I was like. That's so yeah I mean not. Now I got coaches filled with goats. It's pretty much like they're like. Please take one like when you can fly for free. If you take off your hands and nothing good deal so I took a goat free tickets so you got bamboozled go and a trip to. Italy was going to say that Italia and the pizza and the wind and the Vatican at the glass. We're still trying to yeah I'm with the goat's I'm there and I'm sitting next to a priest is back back there who is also trying to take advantage of the go fly. Free policy comes by. I got along and he named Mine Wafer way for today's waiver. The waiver waiting Wafer He started telling me all about Catholicism and how they go about choosing the next pope and all the behind or sessions and and how they try to find a particularly holy person to help guide the Catholic Church community forward and I did not know this but apparently Francis I feel like I'm yeah just just we're just in another world because they feel like we can't kill our the current pope hope. Just trust me. It's not gonNA be just wanted to leave. Are you allowed to leave. Cathal the guy before him lift. Yeah but also to die down the news coming link the guy before him literally stepped down. There's a movie out right now. Called the hopes that is literally about them translating. God Ah yes Catholic. So I don't know normally they also also not wanting other. Yeah so he was saying the current one wants to spend more time not being pope. I so then getting pretty pretty late Wednesday. We're just showing the same movie in flight movie for US and coach. Would you guys get to watch everything we watch the fourth sequel of Avatar. That's that's how I dave just showing coyote ugly to US Recorded in theater and the Moon Kennedy and he knows the words Yamaha. Because you know yeah you know that you can't fight the mood. Who Light and this is what I live with every day guys? I've never actually seen coyote. It's the twelve hour flight. We're in the PAS highs beyond absolutely of course many typing adding so then we all went to sleep and when we got us like lean on each other's shoulders to sleep coaches New Orleans fast. They're it's all over. It did smell went back there for the first time because we were on the we are alrighty Hollywood location. It's the same plane I mean. He did get his first goal when he went back there. We got our first guest goat. uh-huh goes well. You tried as I was peeking. Back back there on on You Know Chris and the priest priest Michael Cute negotiation ever seen. Well can I tell. Hello my own store. Oh my goodness wow his name Tim piglet because he was like really tiny and so so I just and he didn't see it was like the one of the few goats it didn't smell so I took them back up into I with me. We didn't even notice because it didn't smell Pingo typically person you even put your stuff in it uh-huh so when landed right as we're all waking up and very conveniently as soon as we turned on on our phones it was like breaking news if anyone who doesn't know because apparently a lot of people don't know this With the pope's I what it is in the Vatican when they've selected a new pope they they will at the end of the day. Burn things that create white smoke that come up from the mannequin symbolic enough. It was all over the news and then they ring the bell.

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"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

When Last I Left

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on When Last I Left

"Were yeah. Hi Hi I'm Chris. I'm Mickey Jenny and today. We have a very special episode very special Special Jenny. Because today we have our very I Someone new knee. I am the very special guest. I'm true dream in talking about human extraordinaire so we invited human somehow. She has lowered her standards through actually got a great deal with my manager for take to hang out with US beyond the manager at her brief job. I go well. It's true. Yeah welcome so now. We are very fortunate in that true is actually a fan of the show and she knows the show but for anyone who is turning into this for the very first time turning us on. We'll turn whoever is turning us on on. Stop it off talk counts. He never stopping the. Aren't you glad you're here too so that was released. So what we're going GonNa Begin our story with the small Social Faux Pas. I commit That has not been told to the other hosts and at that point we will open a blue envelope. That has her midpoint inside that we will navigate the streets. You at that midpoint. Once we get to the midpoint we will open red envelope. That has the endpoint inside. And we will the navigate the story to that end points and hopefully the world is still intact at the end of the story. While we do this we actually have to navigate through a rule that was submitted by a listener. Who who was the the the the listener just make attracted read this correctly? I wrote it down Jackson Mica. You can't hamlet which way it's going to go. It was Jackson Jackson Jackson Mica. What is is the hold on trying to make sure the proper credit to Jackson? Thank you Jackson Mike Mike Yeah. It's important the rule rule is when entering a location. You have to compliment something in that space. Oh so right. Now we are in this lovely studio with wonderful walls. And the microphones. Very nice microphones and beautiful threat. And if you can do it for those listening I just pressed the pause. They gave me that power stupidly. That's now because we're in PAS land. I can say we went into a room. I don't have the same natural. I guess so we go back. uh-huh break a rule. We will notify you because you will hear this sweet mercy it's what I love testing immutable sounds to scream of pain and pleasure. How do you like to go into the we we? We also have a topic song that that may or may not be relevant to the episode. What dependences Oh oh? Yeah so when when when a rule is broken. You hear that sound when that sound sound comes up just so good that glorious glorious beacon of hope You when you hear that we must then introduce a goat into story because it is a penance and we have to make that fit into our story and continue on that is what our religion penance so there then and we have a topic for a song song yes trading it around believe it was your turn jetting. Let's let's hear what happened so what happened. Social Faux Pas got right because we we keep saying that. I'm GonNa do a song and then I I forget I would never so do not have a topic. We not do Here we go. This is our song week. This topic was submitted by Maki. Sheila Topic Out where we go um did do you. There's all types of things up by lake and planes and also oh sometimes birds that glove butter five record for longest. Yeah I love clear are something butter butter Lisa Carpenter. I like. The question is like does the butter. Just jump real high butter shedding Eddie said her name. But that's not a rolling the she's read here it wasn't that big of a deal always is it always i. We actually try to stay closest friends all of us because we're on a on a pub trivia team. Oh Yeah Yeah we are. Trivia Trivia Trivia did not vote for that name was majority rules. Yeah true short the way we were at McLennan's it which has just a great selection of wait a minute. Okay all right right. I just wanted to get you as a great selection of Beers. Complementing the space. Oh you said Nice. 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"jean butler" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on Get Up!

"It's the first video you saw there can you figure that that's still in play those guys get healthy. If the Brandon Ingram prognosis is good then that same trade. Offer is a strong offer nine three get up and go now to Kevin Durant. There's a speculation about they're out about the possibility of him leaving Golden State. I'm hearing people use words like done deal for K to the Knicks. His that your sense is their done deal that Katy ones for New York next year. I haven't heard anyone going done deal done deal would be illegal not tampering. Does. But I think for all of these things for all these guys coli K D Jean Butler, whoever it is. I think the playoffs Kyrie I think the playoffs are going to be really telling like, maybe there's got to be a chance that they win the title. And he says, you know, what I can go for four straight. Like, you can't rule that out. I don't think their one piece of this. I was find interesting every of course, have been around forever is after those three guys came together in Miami. When they first did with LeBron inversion, wait, we've then found out that they had been talking about that for years that they knew they were doing that way. Before anyone else was talking about it. Do you think these guys all know where they're going to be next year? I think they know. I think because of the commitment that those guys have made each other in their friendships. Yeah. These guys vacation together they play ball. They move around to all the different cities, Los Angeles LA, and they work out together. A lot of these guys are represented by some of the same agencies. I think they that deal with would Miami that was done at the Olympics, right right in the you know, we went to interview, Brian when I was coaching the nets to try to convince him and weighed in Boston come and play for the nets. I could look those guys in is when I was with the owners for the nets. And I said, hey, guys, we're wasting our time these guys go to Miami. That's what I wonder is like a guy like K D..

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"jean butler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nikki daily the activists Alex Smith in the right and actress Stephanie prize now over now to another question. This one is from Geraldine Mohan Geraldine the last two referenda marriage equality and repeal the eighth amendment demonstrated. The power of direct action grassroots mobilization. How could this mobilization be maintained? And how can continue to be effective? That's a really good question. How do you keep the momentum going NICKY as someone who's been campaigning to promote women in motorsports? What would you say has worked for you? I think just awareness and visibility is a huge thing in my sports. You know, they've just launched the twenty by twenty campaign, which is a movement here in Arlington to increase the participation the awareness and the media coverage of women's sport by twenty percent by the year, twenty twenty and a huge part of that is bringing role models in the visibility of role models to the younger generation, and especially younger girls, and they have a tagline. That's if they can't see us, then they can't be. And I think in my sport and motorsport it couldn't be more true. Because it's such a small percentage of women that are involved in this. And I think from my own experience younger generations, especially girls. They don't even really know what motorsport is they've never seen a go-cart or they've no real experience of it. Unless they've been kind of brought up within the sport themselves, and Stephanie is a writer and actress uses Yuma does a help to engage people. It certainly makes you more palatable on creating characters. When I'm writing it's like when he says like what people see is important, it's crucial. When I was growing up, the president of Ireland was female, and I thought. A role for a woman. It was Mary Robinson, those maim athletes, and I just thought oh like the president is a woman I could be president. Because what you see is important. And then I was like all it could also be a man for that. That's so inverted in terms of how the narrative goals. And so it's something that I think about constantly when I'm writing when I'm creating which is what people see is important. So I put these two difficult girls with a difficult friendship on screen with canco bone cope and continuously oh came up against that. Can you make her more likable? No, I can't make more likable because she's not like willing. That's grand because some people just aren't like, you know, like I want to be able to measure myself against the characters that I'm seeing on screen and always feel like I'm not as good as them. You know, I want people to make dirty decisions of badgers and be messy and be difficult and still feel like they are worthy of of of love and their place in the world. And so in order to make people want to watch that car crash of a lifestyle. Infusing it with humor. I think gets people on site. I find an aggressive approach has never really helped me even though I can kind of naturally go that way. Deal. I wanna come to you. Now, I want to hear about your story. So you were born in Italy tissue Lincoln parents and then dipped in Sri Lanka Bahrain, and then moved to Ireland. What was your first impression of the emerald isle? I suppose why I was directed to move into Ireland's because it has living in Bahrain. I found most of my friends were Irish. And then somehow I saw river dance. And I thought. Repaid apart. I think it was Jean Butler. I think I have a massive crush on her. Imagine. She heard. I found myself moving to Ireland and really coincidentally the twenty four hours after my feet touched Irish soil. I found myself dancing down O'Connell street singing, it's raining men because it happened to be Dublin pride Italy was very conservative. Seventy. Bahrain. Let's talk very so when I came to Ireland it within twenty four hours, I found myself in broad daylight in the company of amazing individuals that are the Smith pride was still quite smart. But still nobody was throwing stones at us. And there was a real feeling of celebration. And I remember thinking my goodness. This is where I'm meant to be all the countries are lived in before they didn't give me the ability or even couldn't even feel that I could possibly fulfilled my full potential where in Ireland would the frustration four hours. I thought this place is amazing, and I can speak. I can be myself. And it's going to be great. And it was right? Well, you set up shop here as a successful broadcaster. I'm one of the only openly gay migrant voices on the radio, but things didn't work out because in two thousand seventeen another male presenter on your station made some questionable comments about a rape case. And you took a stand. Why was it so important to you deal to take that stand? First of all one of the reasons why I got into media was because all everything I do is firmly based on the fact that absolutely love island, and I feel I want to make a difference. I feel I want to make fun tradition after ten years of presenting a program that talked about social Justice and mental health this, of course, happened and my daughter exhibit was just a month old so many things have happened in my career in that particular station that I didn't feel I could speak out. But for some reason when my daughter came around, I realized I just couldn't live with myself because I know there's been many occasions in my life where I. Was not able to speak out. Exactly what our said vestige. I got as a woman as a young girl, I should not speak out. And when this happened I felt as a survivor of sexual abuse as a woman, I just felt it would have been absolutely hypocritical for me to go and present the show on social Justice and not take a stat. And I did. And I say, I probably one of the proudest things I've done in my life..

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"jean butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Child. You're listening to a special edition of the conversation. In Dublin I'm here with four move is in Shaka's, the journalists a mental health advocate dill fit Chroma singer, the hockey star motor sport engineer. Nikki daily the activists Elvis Smith the writer and actress Stephanie prize now even now to another question. This one is from Geraldine Mohan Geraldine the last two referenda merge equality and repeal the eighth amendment demonstrated. The power of direct action grassroots mobilization how can this mobilization being maintained? And how can it be continue to be effective? That's a really good question. How do you keep the momentum going and NICKY as someone who's been campaigning to promote women in motorsports? What would you say has worked for you? I think just awareness and visibility as a huge thing in my sports. You know, they've just launched the twenty by twenty campaign, which is a movement here in Ireland to increase the participation the awareness and the media coverage of women's sport by twenty percent by the year, twenty twenty and a huge part of that is bringing role models in the visibility of role models to the younger generation, especially younger girls, and they have a tagline. That's if they can't see us, then they can't Bs, and I think in my sport and motorsport it couldn't be more true. Because it's such a small percentage of women that are involved in this. And I think from my own experience younger generations, especially girls. They don't even really know what motorsport is they've never seen a go-cart or they've no real experience of it. Unless they've been brought up within the sport themselves and Stephanie as a writer and actress uses you might as a help to engage people. It certainly makes you suck more palatable one on creating characters. When I'm writing it's like when he says like, oh, people see is important, it's crucial. When I was growing up, the president of Ireland was female, and I thought. There's a role for a woman it was may Rumson those main athletes, and I just thought oh like the president is a woman could be president. You know because what you see is important. And then I was like all it could also be a man for that. That's so inverted in terms of how the narrative goals. And so it's something that I think about constantly when I'm writing when I'm creating which is what people see is important. So I put these two difficult girls with a difficult friendship on screen with canco bone cope and continuously came up against I can you make her more likable. No, I can't make more likable because she's not like ground for some people. Just like, you know, like I want to be able to not measure myself against the characters that I'm seeing on screen and always feel like I'm not as good as them. You know, I want people to make dirty decisions of badgers and be messy and be difficult and still feel like they are worthy of of of love and their place in the world. And so in order to make people want to watch that car crash of a lifestyle. Infusing it with humor. I think gets people on site. I find an aggressive approach has never really helped me even though I can kind of naturally go that way. Dill? I wanna come to you. Now, I want to hear about your story. So you were born in Italy tissue Lincoln parents and then lived in Sri Lanka Bahrain. And then moved to island. What was your first impression of the emerald isle? I suppose why I was tracked to move into Ireland's because living in Bahrain, I found most of my friends were Irish and then somehow river dance, and I thought. Part. I think it was Jean Butler a.

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"jean butler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Dill Vic missing a hockey star motor sport engineer. Nikki daily the activists elder Smith and the writer and actress Stephanie prize now over now to another question. This one is from Geraldine Mohan Geraldine the last two referenda marriage equality and repeal the eighth amendment demonstrated. The power of direct action grassroots mobilization. How can this mobilization be maintained? And how can it be continued to be effective? That's a really good question. How do you keep the momentum going and NICKY as someone who's been campaigning to promote women in motorsports? What would you say has worked for you? I think just awareness and visibility is a huge thing in in my sports. You know, they've just launched the twenty by twenty campaign, which is a movement here in Ireland to increase the participation the awareness and the media coverage of women's sport by twenty percent by the year, twenty twenty and a huge part of that is bringing role models and the visibility of role models to the younger generation, and especially younger girls, and they have a tagline. That's if they can't see us than they can't be as and I think in my sport and motorsport, it couldn't be more true. Because it's such a small percentage of women that are involved in this. And I think from my own experience younger generations, especially girls. They don't even really know what motorsport is they've never seen a go-cart or they've no real experience of it. Unless they've been kind of brought up within the sport themselves and Stephanie as a writer and actress uses you may help to engage people. It certainly makes you more palatable when I'm creating characters on. When I'm writing it's like when he says like what people see is important, it's crucial. When I was growing up, the president of Ireland was female, and I thought. A role for a woman. It was Mary Robinson those maim athletes. And I thought oh like the president is a woman I could be president. Because what you see is important. And then I was like all it could also be a man for that. That's so inverted in terms of how the narrative goals. And so it's something that we think about constantly when I'm writing when I'm creating which is what people see is important. So I put these two difficult girls with a difficult friendship on screen with can't cowpoke and continuously came up against like, can you make her more likable? No, I can't make more like because she's not like ground because some people just aren't likable, you know, like I want to be able to measure myself against the characters that I'm seeing on screen and always feel like I'm not as good as them. You know, I want people to make dirty decisions of bad choices and be messy, and and be difficult and still feel like they are worthy of of of love and their place in the world. And so in order to make people want to watch that car crash of a lifestyle. Infusing it with humor. I think gets people on site. I find an aggressive approach has never really helped me even though I can kind of naturally go that way. Okay deal. I wanna come to you. Now, I want to hear about your story. So you were born in Italy tissue Lincoln parents and then lived in Sri Lanka Bahrain. And then moved to Ireland. What was your first impression of the emerald isle? I suppose why I was tracked to move into Anna's because as living in Bahrain, I found most of my friends were Irish. And then somehow I saw river dance. And I thought. I think it was Jean Butler. I have massive.

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"jean butler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:44 min | 3 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nikki daily activists Elvis Smith and the writer and actress Stephanie prize now over now to another question. This one is from Geraldine Mohan Geraldine the last referenda marriage equality and repeal the eighth amendment demonstrated. The power of direct action grassroots mobilization. How can this mobilization be maintained? And how can it be continued to be effective? That's a really good question. How do you keep the momentum going and NICKY as someone who's been campaigning to promote women in motorsports? What would you say has worked for you? I think just awareness and visibility is a huge thing in in my sports. You know, they've just launched the twenty by twenty campaign, which is a movement here in Ireland to increase the participation the awareness and the media coverage of women's sport by twenty percent by the year, twenty twenty and a huge part of that is bringing role models and the visibility of role models to the younger generation, and especially younger girls, and they have a tagline. That's if they can't see us, then they can't be. And I think in my sport and motorsport it couldn't be more true. Because it's such a small percentage of women that are involved in us. And I think from my own experience younger generations, especially girls. They don't even really know what motorsport is they've never seen a go-cart or if they've no real experience of it unless they've been kind of brought up within the sport themselves and Stephanie as a writer and actress uses Yuma. There's a help to engage people. It certainly makes you more palatable on creating characters on. When I'm writing it's like when he says like what people see is important, it's crucial. When I was growing up, the president of Ireland was female, and I thought. A role for a woman. It was Mary Robinson, those main fleets, and I thought oh like the president is a woman I could be president. You know because what you see is important. And then I was like all it could also be a man for that. That's so inverted in terms of how the narrative goals. And so it's something that I think about constantly when I'm writing when I'm creating which is what people see is important. So I put these two difficult girls with the difficult friendship on screen with canco bone cope and continuously I came up against I can you make her more likable. No, I can't make more like because she's not like well, and that's grand because some people just like, you know, like I want to be able to not measure myself against the characters that I'm seeing on screen and always feel like I'm not as good as them. You know, I want people to make dirty decisions of badge racism, be messy and be difficult and still feel like they are worthy of of love and their place in the world. And so in order to make people want to watch that car crash of a lifestyle. Infusing it with humor. I think gets people on site. I find an aggressive approach has never really helped me even though I can kind of naturally go that way. Okay deal. I wanna come to you. Now, I want to hear about your story. So you were born in Italy to Sri Lankan parents and then dipped in Sri Lanka Bahrain, and then moved to Ireland. What was your first impression of the emerald isle? I suppose why attracted to move into Ireland's. Because when I was living in Bahrain, I found most of my friends were Irish. And then somehow I saw river dance. And I thought. I think it was Jean Butler. I think I have a massive crush on her. Imagine. If you heard this. I found myself moving to Ireland and really coincidentally the twenty four hours after my feet touched Irish soil. I found myself dancing down O'Connell street singing, it's raining men because it happened to be doubling pride. Italy was very conservative very conservative barring. Let's talk very so when I came to Ireland it we didn't twenty four hours I found myself in broad daylight in the company of amazing individuals like Albert Smith pride was still quite small. But still nobody was throwing stones at us. And there was a real feeling of celebration. And I remember thinking my goodness. This is where I'm meant to be all the countries. I lived in before they didn't give me the ability or even couldn't even feel that I could possibly fulfill my full potential where in Ireland within the first twenty four hours. I thought this place is amazing, and I can speak. I can be myself. And it's going to be great. And I was right. Well, you set up shop here as a successful broadcaster. I'm one of the only openly gay migrant voices on the radio, but things didn't work out because in two thousand seventeen another male presenter on your station made some questionable comments about a rape case. And you took a stand. Why was it so important to you deal? Take that stand. First of all one of the reasons why I got into media was because all everything I do is firmly based on the fact that absolutely love, and I feel I want to make a difference. I feel I want to make fun tradition after ten years of presenting a program that talked about social Justice and mental health this, of course, happened and my daughter exhibit was just a month old so many things have happened in my career in that particular station that I didn't feel I could speak out. But for some reason when my daughter came around, I realized I just couldn't live with myself because I know there's been many occasions in my life where I. Was not able to speak out is exactly what our said that. I got as a woman as a young girl, I should not speak out. And when this happened I felt as a survivor of sexual abuse as a woman, I felt it would have been absolutely hypocritical for me to go and present a show. And so for Justice and not take a stand, and edit, and I'd say, I probably one of the proudest things I've done in my life. Just say there, can you know, I miss I know so many other people do I miss that program. And I missed voice precisely because she did do or up those things and the point is that no other radio station. Never mind TV is actually doing is really. So that we are with us, and it shows the depth of kind of ignorance under deliberate closing of the is to real difference and inequality in this country. So we've got to set up a new radio station. You heard it here. And I just have to say that we did news talk for a statement, but declined to comment. Time now for another question. This one is from Allison MacKenzie Addison. Questions for all the pattern after the recent abortion campaign and metoo movement. There was an inspiring minds of positive responses and this is so race. But there was also a lot of negative on sex abuse of comments and some boys. My may say, no, we're extremely critical an ignorant of any changes that are made. I find it difficult to translates into my everyday life as a young woman in Ireland especially coming from a rural town. The panel at any advice, and how to deal with this sort of Sachs's them just in everyday experience in Ireland. I was thinking I ask can you give us an example of what sort of sexism, you're encountering? Well. For example, when I was in secondary school icons, boys. Laugh, not me. And if I ever tried to make a point to try to speak in class, I was often laughed ash. And I find her to tell people how I feel when I'm at home because I just don't think that they want to listen they want to change. I think thank you. Alison, that's an excellent question. And yes, it's all well and good when you're in the center of Dublin with like minded people, but the pictures often quite different. Elsewhere stephanie. Coming to you. So those attitudes the city versus sort of rural towns, I mean, what are your thoughts on that? I'm also from rural town, and it is like comparing apples and oranges and people will say like auto mind them, but like the intestinal fortitude. It takes like the magnaminity up to someone to be like. Personally, I find that I use humor just making a joke that sort of undermines them and then walking away because I don't have it in me anymore to like try to educate other people, and that's not my job. And I just lost me. I try to first of all remember that. These are people who have like missed an evolutionary stage. I.

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"jean butler" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"jean butler" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"In airline and for the world championships in around Easter. So this was what when was your vision. Does a it was April ninety four we heard that. There was this buzz going on. They were very quiet about it. Very secret was it was a small dance actually a large dance school in Dublin. And and they were using their dancers, and it was Jean Butler who was actually American and she went to my dance school. And we were the same age that we competed with each other, and Michael Flatley who is actually from Chicago, but was living over in Ireland, and he was a very show dancer like he he was a performer right used his hands. Yes. Moonwalk while he was doing stunts. We aren't there's this little Baz going on. And you know, Jean had talked to myself and some other of our fellow school dancers about it. But not a lot. It was very quiet. And I'll never forget the night. We all went to her parents house, and there was about five of us from the dance school, and they we watched the video and I just bowl crying. I have never seen Irish I've been doing Irish down I'm nine no, I'm older at the time. I'm probably about twenty three twenty four saying I've been dancing twenty years. I have never seen. I mean, we never even put a hand on a hip never. We never did anything like that. So I was just blown away. And I guess everybody else was too and everyone. Was to they had a standing ovation for like it went on forever and ever and ever and ever remember when they brought us in the brought us into this big arena for the first time. So everyone was kind of compartmentalized singers. We recorded our song separately to everyone else. But we were told is going to be Irish dance. And then we heard well, it's going to be a Russian ballet dancers, and it's going to be. This is the show, but our so it went from a six minute interval act. You know, an engine mission at the Super Bowl I got together for in the Rena where they put the music for me as a young musician all the band members were all heroes of mine. Like here we were put together in this room with my heroes who had been spending hours upon years and years listening to their how they play the music they did. And here the all part of this thing we were doing and then they brought out the dancers. So once and I'd never seen. I'd seen Irish Johnson done poorly before, but it never seen a big long line of hard shoe Irish dances. All. Away. Just all the legs matching like the first time. I did the hurt the rehearsal with the actual music. I remember because I was making fun of before. I actually saw it all going to be down some this. Then once once all hit my draw job my jaw dropped. I was like, oh, we got something. Yeah. We all know each other. We did not know each other, gene. Actually, I was hanging with all her of her school for right? And so, of course, you know, huge demands everybody the next day woke up first thing everybody's talking about all of the papers all over the news. So the directors and the producers they're not stupid. They were like we need to pass on. On. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. So they decided to come out with like a Broadway show. So it was a two hour show. And it went to Hammersmith, and it was in Hammersmith in England right outside London for very very long time. And they were selling out every single Davis there for the first time it was sold t state with the the company. It was crazy. I was I was working on a building site was singing by night. Let's see I was mixing cement during the day. So your life changed overnight. And then an night, I was going to music almost every night and then come back to the building site work in the rain. It was miserable. And then all of a sudden, I got this tap on the shoulder going. Hey, we're doing the show. Do you want to be part of this? You're going to get paid. You're gonna get to go to London. And I was I did not think twice those like I'm outta here. And so that's when they kind of put an ad out. And they were like we are expanding the show. We're creating two shows one's going to travel in Europe one's going to travel North America. So we're looking for dancers. So that's when the auditions went out looking. So big they split the show. Right. So they had to troops of one hundred people one in Europe one American the rest of the world. So they I got an invitation to addition which was really rare and known from your own, right? I had been touring with the chief Dinh's I was there solo dancer for like three years. So I was pretty well known in in that professional not the competitive anymore the professional circuit. So I got an invitation to audition they flew us to Dublin which was pretty exciting. And it was two weeks of the hardest working I've ever done in my entire life. It was literally dancing from nine AM to six PM the out for the auditions. Yes. For the tryouts we were staying in BNB. And I remember we were on the third floor. No elevator. And we were crawling the end air and the woman was bringing us. She felt so bad the owner of the BNB this nice little old Irish. Lady from Dublin she felt so bad. She would bring bringing us t to the room every single night. So and then after that, it was you know, who who made it. I was back at home and my the phone rang, and because of the time difference, it's five hours time difference from New York to to Dublin. My dad had answered the phone. It was like, oh, I don't know. My goodness. It probably was like four in the morning and my dad, I was the youngest five. So I think he thought you know, one of my brothers or sisters got into trouble. And he answered the phone, and it was it was Dublin and he came into the room, and he was just tears will down you made. Yeah. He

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