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"jim benson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | Last month

"jim benson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"502 I'm Jim Benson High Covid 19 numbers in Arizona Once again today, the State Health Department reporting 3195 new cases of coronavirus today along with 36 deaths, Hospital Metro Continue to rise. They have nearly tripled since May, but still remain lower than previous waves. Luke Force Inner K to our news Well the cyber Ninjas could give their audit findings to the state Senate president by Monday, But before that Arizona Secretary of State throwing Shade Katie Hobbs 146 page report outlines lack of transparency, lack of attention to security issues and concerns the partisan agenda of the folks conducting this exercise. Is it identify as security breaches, mishandling impossible damage of equipment and more in the probe of Maricopa County's November election. This whole exercise is entirely based on someone's disappointment that they've escalated to an alarming level of losing an election. Hobbs says. Auditors ignored her concerns. They say they're restoring election integrity. Peter Seymour, Katie Our news. Arizona's statewide average at the gas pumps been hovering around $3.13 a gallon for the past month. But now it's coming down a little bit. Patrick DeHaan with the gas buddy believes the price and demand because the summer travel season is also winding down. Motors can expect prices to start inching down in the days and weeks ahead, with more relief coming by September and the Phoenix average now 307 Tucson running At 2 96. Flagstaff is $3.43 sets out to the roadways and it has been crazy today. Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. The craziness continues. Here is JP Fox. Look out for an accident. I 17 north beyond at Bell Road That's on the exit ramp 17 north on a bell road crash on the exit ramp there. I wrote at Sunrise Boulevard. You've got a wreck on the West side, Gold greenway or reams instead and out in 10 B. You've got a crash university.

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"jim benson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

09:46 min | Last month

"jim benson" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Wasn't accident a- because you're a cop is you know what i'm seeing. A funny thing is i've seen a copy isley. Might listen who everybody is. They know they had trouble with dickie for. Oh did you way. They grabbed him because he was getting in trouble all time. Cups don't like people human beings that'd be aerospace though. You know a lot of trouble. Whatever i don't know it's just one of those things. I was in the wrong place at the right time. Where guest can i can only imagine. Those flashlights are like six pounds. They're heavy maybe ten. When it hit me ned at eric would. I didn't get days me but everything went cold zinc ice on my head. Yeah i hate all lawsuit against these guys. Nah i didn't do it here i am. I yeah you you've been you've been able to have your cool. I'm cool with him. All get along with him on. I was just. I the guy that did it. I seen him years later. I said listen five. Few thought i was going to do something. I never gonna do anything. I says. But you know in are just you know i hold no grudge. Whatever i don't want to deal with that for so my life you know what i mean. That ain't whatever. Mickey thank you so much for doing a over. Not guys right was just in a bad predicament. You're talking about the cop down. It's crazy what are you gonna do. Yeah it's over can't bring it back to the dictate your future. And your brother dicky. He's still alive the pastor. Now he's all. I need a. He's done in jumped out of windows and stuff all that stuff. I gotta tell you. My i gotta tell you or watching the movie to fighter mike. While christian bale up in paramount pitches thought about sixty four came off for a dry run. The power dickey jumping out of the window right. He's he's. he's looking at lake diesel mark because they disagree brother like he didn't do it so the movie gets over so much. Is the dickie dickie when you are jumping out of the window. It will look like you didn't do it. He goes yeah. I did it but i went out the third for the second barrels because i myself he goes. I didn't catch we catch me. I flew they would never catch me. And then fox. Yeah the fire fighter make you like is it. Surreal freely here that you have featured filibuster life with an a list celebrities. It's crazy because You know christian bale one academy award Melissa leo went on that kademi. Well play my mom. it's crazy kid. Small small skinny wakened from low might be like you know what i mean so i never knew anything like that. What happened. i just but that's just like it was my fate. I guess on knew anything. I'd i would happen if it happened. It was like was great. Movie come out grade. you know rachel. The golden glow krista doodle chris. The last name was christopher doodo danley. I guy i think. The greek name was greek guide now with the global time. Yeah had the ban the one fifty six and one sixty five sixty five those guys so many people that you want that to here. Yeah wingers you want you did you. You find out wing on one one the golden then when he opens the air boat would Fighter lost final not low low low bundling and the nationals in them. And you beat them at a guy. Jim benson for big way. Name is in the big big big way of a guy might again start him and win. Round thirty seconds bound. That was it one day like an addict. Holy yeah mike just in there's a lot of knockoffs back no amateur by those. He did he because he mike was mike. Mike pompeo was mobile. Michael was a speed and accuracy. His speed has punches was. That's what speed is power. And when he has. I won't cuss habomai. You know what i mean. As little punches those accenture punch the the sequel the father trying to They're trying to do a part to hear time. Hopefully it gets done with wonderful. Yeah if we get that going with the trilogy with gatt in friendship in mandatory because we became best friends you know it was beautiful purse. Yeah he was a great guy you know it was crazy like anybody else but he had biggest heart you wanna you know you can see the him but his house even bigger on on the outside of the ring is beloved. Yeah great guy yes pretty cool to do what do you think jamie foxx playing mike in his his movie. Yeah well the yeah. We'll say that's my She'll be good to the has to be the every every good boxer movies always you know they become part of america now the rocky movies. I jim with the guy. Ning for guiding. What's the guy in late for. Flynn how if play gentleman. Jim corbett is beautiful. Filing served with the message was beautiful life after boxing mickey housing. Obviously you obviously your movie your book your you know your your do motivational. Speaking now doing adult live train. Now you know live tran. You can train anybody anywhere in the world tummy. Little tell tell us a little a little bit about that. I always talk to your business partner. Amount of seems like it's Revenue of good. It's you know you can train live with any of the trainers from wrestling too wrestling boxing. win With the best in the world won't be world champions on the platform so we'll be launching it soon so you basically try. Boxing wrestling style. We're going to start with that and then we're going to branch off until age live shows and different things like that. Yeah we big. Plus mickey would apparel company as cooman. Hopefully hopefully that. Hopefully it takes off because this rulli I think it's really. It's it's a new idea that could really Revolutionize sportsman percent you know any If you wanna talk to a fighter. That's on the on the thing on the to do a boxing training or wrestling. You can talk to someone. Just ask them more like a motivational thing for a half hour. Or how did you feel in this fight when you were knock down all you whatever whatever you know what i mean maybe film to yeah that to content and different content. Yeah like i said. I got mickey ward apparel. He got your whole eli mess. Life has really transitioned from boxing now to life. How's that transition been for you easy go. there's a lot of projects. Glad again hitting them abuse. You miss it. I say no i missed. I missed a condition of wait. I missed a. I got the. Ct eve provides vibes. Post concussion so. I can inspire anymore. I would like to maybe But i can't get hit. No more and i'm actually donate my brain when i pass because i'm in that study mike with with the football players and all that like i'm good would it be guys stay healthy and stuff. You know what i mean. So and all that. But there's a lot of guys out there that don't remember their own name or walkway. The you know. What i mean is and sad. You know what i mean. But so i tell you we'll make you for you for being a lot of for being in a lot of wars. What solve saw fights i. would you know people annoy. He's i don't know if he's you know. Yeah and i'm good. I'm good my wife can see a guy like angry. I as if it is different things with concussions. People go to drink and drugs. People do people wanna hurt people. People want to be hit with whatever might be my all different effects on concussions. People will get tired of people get angry. People get whatever these surges with a gaudy fight at my ashtray. To and the third fighting a ninth round. Mike knows not that i was a seven or something a left hook on top of the head home. My brain shifted in my skull. May my eye muscles gotta wax housing double From seven hundred hundred a tenth. I was on and i couldn't stop on my. I'm saying dickie. I'm and of course the three of them. I can't see raise There's only about that that the.

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"jim benson" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:53 min | Last month

"jim benson" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Labra and i told you smelt of buttery. Crackers then are nowhere girl walks up to me. Is me hug coleen to my chest. You know being a real cock block so after who she is and it turns out. She's like some reptilian spy hiding from the jesuits secret service. I knew they were following me. I need to stop listening to your show before bed because she was gabrielle. Channa trying to warn the other new cocky bombs. Hey this here just wanted to call and thank you wait a second. What fucking year is this. What the hell is happening. I think i forgot to read one of the news stories today. You guys that movie groundhog day with bill. Murray vanity yesterday relive the same day over and over while scientists believe the extraordinary case of a twenty three year old. British man with constant deja vu may have been triggered by anxiety. Okay hold on a second. Let me rewind rewind voicemail. Hey tim sloan here just wanted to call. Thank you for hearing me for my life for all their own. Your played prepared me for six months ago. My wife had a classmate day today. Oh lord why but horrible. Monster toned sean. I love that. This was what caused him to call his wife. Went through. something horrible. Had a colostomy bag install. He's like you know what i think. I should call jim benson. Luckily now he had it risk about two weeks ago fall day. All i mean pay fucking square. Don't and he the colostomy bags squirted shit out at you. It's spilled over while the cost is too full. That's what you get for being away for so long. I love that. He doesn't even address the fact that he hasn't called in for about seven years. Now it's so good to hear tone-deaf sean though. Welcome back if you're listening to that. Maybe he's just calling in. Something reminded him or maybe he's listening again either way good to see Tone-deaf sean is alive and well and covered in shit. Hey you helped him through some tough times. hate them. Sideshow freak jay can do here. I just had a little bit of a revelation. The fucking celena. You've one year one year. Free call it in a while ago. probably still does the job. Yes figure that one out. 'cause i'm retarded a while back. You said that your aunt or your grandmother somebody tells plus these choppy and do your. Your parents used to refer to fire so yeah i thought he was. I thought i thought his name was the choppy poop sin pootie. That doesn't make sense. I never really paid attention. The choppy poops. All right. bunch of idiots all of you. That is all the time we have on this edition of the show. Want you guys to your mommy. Show dot com this sort of dot com. It's this yeah website voicemail and for you to say six forty four sixty three zero six six. Oh god weaponised t. Tell all your friends about the show. Don't forget to rate and review as an idea. I will see you back tomorrow to end the week with friday program until then how a great day revolt your owner and i love. This has been another excellent podcast described media group who are more ascribed dot net..

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"jim benson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"jim benson" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"The chance of you getting seriously ill or dying from. Kobe is effectively zero. If you look at the people that are being admitted to hospitals over ninety five percent of them are either not fully vaccinated or not vaccinated at all and so these vaccines are saving lives. They are reducing mortality another republican leader touting the importance and safety of the covert vaccines trying to undo the severe damage. That's been done by the malicious disinformation that has contributed to now a fourth wave of the pandemic. It's real and it is deadly for those who are unvaccinated also had former. Fbi director james comey famously said about his conversations with former president trump quote. Laurie i hope there are tapes. Well this morning. The washington post reporters behind the bombshell book about the final days of the trump administration. They have tapes. Carol leg joins us with those audio recordings of the former president. That in a lot more to cover on this thursday july twenty. Second but first willy will start on yesterday's move by nancy. Pelosi is being called unprecedented house speaker. Nancy pelosi rejected two of minority leader. Kevin mccarthy's picks for the select committee tasked with investigating the january six attack on the united states. Capitol now mccarthy is threatening a complete boycott nbc news capitol hill correspondent gara- hey cast details committee in chaos and egregious abuse of power plazas. Broken this institution. Republican leader kevin mccarthy withdrawing all of his selections for the january six special committee. After speaker pelosi announced she would reject two of his choices for the panel. Republicans now calling. The committee sham. While democrats vowed to push ahead the speaker writing that her unprecedented decision to not seat. Ohio's jim jordan or indiana's. Jim banks was necessary to protect the integrity of the investigation. The fact that she house rejected recommendations for two members who have indicated that a are not supportive of the objective of the select committee is consistent. With how serious. This committee is and how important is to have patriots serving on this committee. Non-partisans now just one republican remains on the committee. Wyoming's liz cheney appointed by the speaker alongside seven democrats defending the investigation to come. This must be an investigation. That is focused on facts. And the idea that any of this has become politicized. is really unworthy of the office that we all hold an unworthy of our republic garrett hake reporting from capitol hill force their joining us. Now co founder. Punchbowl news jake sherman. He's msnbc msnbc political contributor white house reporter for the associated press. jonathan lior. Doing yeoman's work on way too early this week and member of the new york times editorial board mara gaye. Good morning to all of you jake. Let me start with you and what we saw. On capitol hill yesterday perhaps predictable that it was going to go this way when jim jordan was placed on the committee but what strikes me sitting here is republicans are acting like two months ago. They did not have the chance to create the very commission that they're lamenting is not being created here which is nine eleven style commission only six republicans in the senate made that vote. It wasn't enough to clear the sixty vote threshold to create commission and it failed and now here we are with this select committee which is falling apart before our eyes. What's going on here. What happens next so what happens. Next willie is that we have in all democratic Panel that's what happens next. Jane plus liz cheney. That's exactly right. Appointed pointed nancy pelosi. Who has who said yesterday. She believes mccarthy should never be speaker. She agreed with pelosi's decision to remove. Jim benson jim jordan from the committee. So you know. I i'm not. I don't know what the politics of this are. I think to be honest with you. Willie if i had to kind of read the lines here from Pure political wing all talk about the subsidies and his second the pure political angle. They kind of got what they wanted. Right i mean. I think mccarthy didn't wanna participate in this and wouldn't have created it on his own volition point quite obviously and he doesn't he's not participating in it now. It's a shame because the again should be a partisan issue because a as somebody who was there that day it was a tragic incident That's number one number. Two what you said willie is the key point. Republicans are complaining about things that they had in their power to put in place. They voted against the bipartisan committee. A committee in which they would have had complete veto. Power over every Subpoena over everything that the committee did so. They threw that opportunity away several months ago. And now here we are. They say they're gonna do their own investigation. And really they said yesterday mccarthy banks jordan and all those guys on the committee and they're all men which a lot of people noticed in the capital What they said is that their top priority by wasn't a capital better prepared That's a fair characters. Fair question to be asking scheme of things i would not say. That's a lot of people top priorities. Generally speaking mccarthy pointed to the senate investigation which has been ongoing clearly. He's not very interested in. He said this he doesn't wanna committee with pelosi. And of course john muir mitch. Mcconnell two months ago whipped votes against the creation of a bipartisan. Nine eleven style commission to look into this so yesterday when you have minority leader mccarthy standing there talking about the sanctity of the people's house and what nancy pelosi you rolling. Your eyes is the minimum. They had the chance. Republicans had the chance to do the kind of investigation that they're talking about and they want us to forget that they passed on it. Yeah we just hit upon the deeply cynical. Play that this is now. The republicans are gonna emerge from this with their own with their own report which they will put up as a co equal to what the pelosi's the democrat plus liz. Cheney committee is going to do and they'll look different versions of the truth and they will try to water it down. It's the same sort of obscuring and trying to the fog machines to what happened on january. Sixth the continues the pattern from republicans. Downplaying the severity of that day. Which by the way we get new video every day but it underscores just how harrowing it was and how much worse almost it could have been had it not for a little bit of luck at some heroism from some capital police officers but this is just going to become another political talking point and they're gonna try to turn the page on this as quickly as they can bury it..

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"jim benson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"jim benson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Behind me that rather be perfect. All right. Here I am, walking in one ft. After the next I say hello to the pharmacist. The pharmacist says hello back, he says. Take a seat right over here, Jimmy. I said fine. I'd be happy to do that. So I sit down. He comes over and he says, How are you doing today? I said excellent, My man. I'm gonna have an opportunity to get the vaccine, he said perfect. You're the guy who's going to get the Johnson and Johnson shot. I like this. With the crowd noise behind me. It's very inspiring. So then he comes over Russia's my arms. What's the needle in and shoots? The juice? Has said OK, crowd goes wild. I feel great glasses, so that's what it sounded like. I don't know if this is true. I'm looking up something about Jim Benson. I'm wondering if this is who gives you play by play of the vaccine. That's phenomenal, pretty awesome. Might. When I get my vaccine. I'm taken out. McCoy with I'm looking up something gay. Don't sit the floor. She's Sam. He's fainted. Shall be awesome. E could take Dave Bash to day passes, one to put me on the air for the first time ever. Really? So, Yeah, that's what we need. Yeah, that's his burden. He has to carry the rest of his life. It's fantastic. So the Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Arizona and in one of our news guys, arms feel like you're more You can download the K T A R AP and be sure you subscribe to the Gators and Chad Show podcast. And now it's 6 50 to a.

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"jim benson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"jim benson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Get a little crowd noise behind me about over? That'll be perfect. All right. Here I am. Walking in one ft. After the next I say hello to the pharmacist. The pharmacist says hello back. He says. Take a seat right over here, Jimmy. I said Fine. I'd be happy to do that. So I sit down. He comes over and he says, How are you doing today? I said excellent. My mouth. I'm gonna have an opportunity to get the vaccine, he said perfect. You're the guy who's going to get the Johnson and Johnson shot. I like this. With the crowd noise behind me. It's very inspired. So then he comes over Russia's My arms puts the needle and shoots the juice has said OK, crowd goes wild. I feel great. It's awesome. So That's what it sounded like. I don't know if this is true. I'm looking up something about Jim Benson. I'm wondering if this is true. Who gives you play by play of the vaccine? That's phenomenal, pretty awesome. Might when I get my vaccine. I'm taking Alma coy with me. I'm looking up something okay? Don't sit the floor. She Sam. He's fainted. It'll be awesome. Could take Dave Pashtu Day passes one to put me on the air for the first time ever. Really? So, Yeah, That's it. We need to. Yeah, That's his burden. Yes, a carriage the rest of his life. It's fantastic. So the.

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"jim benson" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

07:10 min | 10 months ago

"jim benson" Discussed on The Daily Article

"Denison forum. I'm chris wilkinson denison forum. Today dr jim benson with us and to address a question ultimately about joy. But let's start first. We hear so today about the depths of despair and academic of discouraged their suicide and addictions so many things like is going on in our culture. Why do we have such from. You really can't talk about joy. Unless you i i guess. Start talking about the need for joy. The reason why we need joy in our culture right thanking about this a theological perspective. I would take us back to the division between soul and spirit. They're really in body and sold. It really unfortunately characterizes our culture and cuts us off from the god who is the source of joy. The god who is the source of life the only god that really is the source of that which our hearts most need six centuries before plato there was this philosopher named orpheus and he had this idea that your soul existed in a reincarnate state in it sent we would say and it was punished by being put in your body and the poll of life is to live in such a way. That when you die your soul can go back where it came from. Well that influence and influence plato fluids all western world so people in the west of this idea that there's the spiritual and the secular religion in the real world and sunday and monday so we've segregated god into a part of our lives. The romans had this transaction religion where you sacrificed to the gods the lesha crops. Keep you safe a war. Whatever it is you wanted. So you had this kind of standoffish relationship. With god where god just a part of your life. Rather than the lord of your life will. By making that decision we cut ourselves off from the god who gives life and gives eternal life from the god who was the source of joy from the god who was the source of that which we most need augusta and set. Our hearts are restless until they rest in him and were made that way. We just created like that. It's like cutting flowers off to put them in a vase. We can put them in water. But if they're not attached to the roots eventually they're going to die and that's where we are as a culture so then when a pandemic comes along or a terrible circumstance we don't have any place to turn because we've been cut off at the roots and the roots that are the basis of our joy. No longer are there. We've separated ourselves from god and were therefore a missing the joy that can be found. Only when we're connected to the lord of joy to the god who gives joy. Perhaps we've mixed up a couple of concepts here is the will say that we're going to be happy regardless of our circumstances when you hear that a lot you get this idea that if you're just right with god if you give enough money if you do enough church services if you're active enough in your religion that you'll always be healthy and happy kind of the health and wealth gospels kind of the well. That's not what jesus said. And john sixteen thirty three told his disciples in this world. You'll have tribulation. The great word translated tribulation flips is a weren't which was used for the weight that coarse grain into flour. He said in this world you will not you might or you could and the you was inclusive of all of his followers. If you're gonna live in a fallen world you're going to experience a fallen world. The world's gonna fall on you at times. You're just going to experience what that's like so you you think of jesus in the garden of seventy sweating drops of blood and crying from the cross. My my god mike. Why have you forsaken me. The bible does not promise happiness. And the reason for that is. Happiness is based on happenings. It's based on circumstances and our circumstances in this fallen world or two unpredictable and often are too difficult and too painful so christianity is not a naive religion. It's not a praise the lord anyway kind of idea that says that no matter where you are. You're supposed to be happy in those circumstances. That certainly wasn't jesus in the garden against semi. That's certainly not the experience that he offers us that he promises us. It's not happiness that we're after the joy so if we're not promised tackiness only follow. Jeez well what you ultimately are after hearing. This conversation is the joy of the lord and that's from the spirit. The bible says the fruit of the spirit is love joy. Peace patience has goodness faithfulness. Gentleness of control joy is a sense of wellbeing that transcends circumstance. It's not based on your happenings. It transcends your happenings. You can know the difference in the to even in difficulty. If you're experiencing the sense of wellbeing that comes from the holy spirit at work in your life that's why the bible can say rejoice in the lord always not rejoice in the world always rejoice in the lord always because joy is a fruit of the spirit so we follow jesus because he is lord we don't make him lord he's already lord he's already king of kings and lord of lords but when we follow him when we submit to a movie surrender our lives to his lordship when we asked the holy spirit to empower us to fill us in control us then. He manifests joy in our lives and through our lives as our witness to the world. Think of paul and silas in philippines in the book of acts singing hymns at midnight and the other prisoners listening to them. When you think of the joy of the lord joined the weakened have even the most difficult circumstance. That's an incredibly powerful witness. Troll world that assembling for happenings so the invitation here is to follow jesus as lord submit to the power of the holy spirit asked god to manifest his joy in and through your life and when he does that sees the opportunity to demonstrate the difference. Jesus makes in your life the dark of the room. The more obvious. The white the more difficult the circumstance. The more obvious. You're join will be if you'll follow. Jesus in surrender to him. Ask for the joy of the lord and three your life i close with thinking about one of the churches pastored a number of years ago. I had not been very long became acquainted with a member of the church. Who was dying of cancer dying breast cancer extremely difficult obviously horrifically painful. I was came by to see her. Quite often was with her the day before she passed away and to the very end of her life she never lost her joy even in pain even in grief even all that she was going through in that when she had no happiness about as she had a joy that was transforming an attractive. You could walk into a hospital room. And not since the joy of the lord did not want what she had and her joy to the end of her life was her powerful witness to a culture desperate for joy. So where do you find yourself today. Whatever your jail cell is. You can sing hymns at midnight. You can rejoice in the always if you'll ask the holy spirit to control you to empower you and you'll ask the spirit to give to manifest the fruit of joy in your life. You will do that and other people will want the joy of jesus they see in you. That's the promise of.

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"jim benson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"jim benson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Quote. We've taken 6900 guns off the street. You should not question the commitment, dedication, bravery or courage of the Chicago Police Department. I said officers are doing their job and they're doing it in a way that way. All should be proud. Of course, the pandemic locked down continues. And of course, many of us are still working from home on many kids are now learning from home as in school of instruction, not an option in many areas, And of course that has a zoom. Roaming the video conference service, recording another financial quarter of explosive growth. E company says revenue May through June more than quadrupled from the same stretch last year. That increase in revenue has been boosted by steadily rising number of users who migrated from the free form of service to the Payed versions of thes Zoom service. Just the tip here if you are a Google user You can use the Google started meeting there on the side of your Gmail account. If you're used, you can open your calendar. Whatever. But Google meeting is pretty works pretty well to Wei have not had any problems with it. That is not an endorsement. It's just unaltered native you're not used to using zoom or you don't like The service. Walgreens is adding the former leader of a rival drug store chain Rite aid to its executive team. The company said Monday that John Stanley will join Walgreens Boots Alliance as president of its U. S business effective immediately. It comes a month after Walgreen, said CEO Stephano Messina plans to step down once the cane find his replacement spokesperson said. The search continues. Stanley named president with a focused on advancing the company's vision for Future stores. Of the sports world. Reacting to the death of former Georgetown coach John Thompson, What a loss a Hall of Famer the first black coach to lead a team to the men's basketball championship, Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing played center for Thompson on the Hoyas national championship team. 1984 he called tops in a father figure confidante had rule model. His legacy will be everlasting. Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim lauding Thompson as a role model for Coaches everywhere. Black and white Thompson's family announcing his death Monday, he passed away at the age of 78. That is a big loss in the basketball world. And a Frank Lloyd Wright, designed home in Phoenix has sold for more than $7 million Here is on a republic reporting Monday that David and Gladys Wright House sold for 7.25. The group of buyers include businessman Jim Benson and architect being who apprenticed at Wright's West School in nearby Scottsdale. Rusli in Sotheby's International Realty announced the sale. Went through after the buyers that they intended to preserve and restore the house, right, designed that home for a son and daughter in law family member sold the house after Gladys Wright died in 2008..

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"jim benson" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"The scenes and for the crazy deray Davis the host of hip hop squares which airs Wednesdays at ten PM on VH one do you rate it's been a tremendous pleasure having you aboard the TV time machine feel free to join us again in the future or the past I'm Jim Benson and you're listening to TV time machine like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter and visit our show on TV time machine today on the TV time machine we welcome terrace strong of my little pony friendship is magic the strong as a legendary voice artist having brought to life such animated characters as bubbles on the powder puff girls still pickles in a rug rats and the end of from the care very over the next segment a strong will talk about her character twilight sparkle on the hit animated series my little pony friendship is magic who's eight season airs Saturdays at eleven thirty AM.

"jim benson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So delighted to be joined in studio by Sarah. Sweet. Who is yes, of course, she is half of the duo behind. I like you know, I'm not just giving you a compliment, I'm talking about the retail operation in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, how many years have you been in business now been in business for twelve years that, that's really that's impressive? Did you do before that? I managed and ran bars and restaurants. His partner service industry all the way for anyone who hasn't been, I like you and shame on you. If you haven't you should get over there right now. You're in northeast Minneapolis and Saint Paul, what's the Saint Paulo caption on smelling and palace? Okay. And we have the booth at the Minnesota just say the state fair, let's be honest, you would be at the state fair year round if wealthy. It doesn't matter if the booth they're not. I mean you have no state, fair fatigue. Oh, I have state, fair fatigue about six weeks after the fares. When I start feeling like myself again. It's like lightning on another planet. But I love every second. You know, it's unlike anything else you, you are they're immersed on another planet. You get a vacation really. Strenuous crazy Viki. That's not my idea of occasion, is hard as you do all year. Yeah, it really is. But there are people that we only see at the fair so you get that had come reconnect with those people, and they're coming from miles, and miles, and hundreds of miles away to come to the fair and sometimes other states. And we love every single. Second. Are you assume you're probably already planning this? What are you going to do this year? Will you have like do you need like a new thing each year? You kind of have to play the game between you have to have your classics, and then you have to introduce some new stuff. But this is our ten peer at the fair. So it's going to be hardy. All twelve days, we will be probably wearing party hats and, you know, blowing kisses. I like you is fundamentally. I mean, you are a gift store lifestyle store, but you really support not only are you local you support local brands to we artisans. We carry upwards of two hundred and fifty local independent artists in the twelve years, that we've been opened. We have paid back more than four million dollars to the local artist is that. You should be proud. We've been talking a little bit about this over Email in the last few weeks. And I, I mean retails not easy. These days really isn't and a lot of us are struggling, and what, what do you attribute that to other than just the I mean, the internet and things like that? But what has changed in the time since you opened? I like you the internet plays a big part of it. There's also a lot more accessible easy. When we opened we were the place, the hip and trendy place to get Minnesota goods. There's a lot of it out there. You know. Things like qualities and targets. Taylor doing it. So watching what you guys are doing. Yeah. We've been path, and now we have to kind of, you know, groom that a little bit. But. I also think that the pop up situation is playing a big part, there's pop ups a lot, though. And that is really showcasing the same kind of people that we do. We are there twenty four you know, I shouldn't say twenty four hours a day with online. But we are year round. So it isn't it isn't something that you have to schedule. We, we are there for you and you've done pop-ups yourself. Oh, yeah. We continue to do that. You know it's real hard. It's hard to run a store and do that. Isn't it takes time away from and kind of sucks. A little bit of the creativity out of the place that you really want to establish in call your home base to continually pack up and move and pull things from the shelves, and then someone comes in, and they want something and you don't have it because it's at the pop up know and things like that. So, so how do you keep innovating and keep it fresh and get people to come and shop, an actual physical store today? Well, I think the big part of it for us is that we know our customers when they come in they're greeted. We know the dog's in the neighborhood the people in the neighborhood. Let me of that really means. Really does have an awesome wall on the outside of the store. That is like one of the most popular places for people to take selfies, and tally is like the number one or maybe number two. But I think we were rated number one. Yes. To Graham spot. It says, I liked you all over and heading railing Asian. Did you intend it to be that best mistake I've ever met? Mistake, because it was a plan. But I had no idea how bad how big that was going to. This. We're decorating. Had a really great landlord that didn't care now. It's like I'm getting out there. Overall? What made you decide on the name, I like you for the store hard? It is to name a business. Doc. That's it. What it came down to is Angela. And I were driving around looking for locations, I had a little tiny thing that hung from rear view mirror that my husband had given me with a little boy painted on it. That said, I like you, and that's eventually, it was, like, why don't we just do that until great idea? Yeah. Two two. What do people want these days? What's what's hot? What are you selling a lot of remember when you did the grade duct t shirts that one? Yeah. So what, what's the thing right now, t shirts are still real popular everybody loves a comfortable, T shirt, one that you know, Minnesota. We're real proud people. We, we can't get enough of Minnesota. Can't get enough. We also have a number of new things like we have some really great spice blends Minnesota. Nice spice or blunt loco is a is a company that he is this jovial man that grows his own peppers, and roast them and, and makes a beautiful product easy to give to just about anybody and easy to we have a lot of people that come in for like exchange student type gifts. You know, like we wanna make something that's from Minnesota so easy. Things like that are dish are always helping a friend her son was going overseas staying with a family, and she needed to give, but not only did she want, like a Minnesota gift, but it had to be able to be packed in his little. Suitcase. Absolutely. That's tricky gift category. What falls into that. Great. And they can also be used as wrapping paper, you know, so you don't have to you can wrap a cute little like I said the spices. Or you can grab place wild races. Great. I just heard somebody tell me, though, that a lot of people don't know in other countries how to cook it. They were like that's actually offer list. But we time. All the time. Records and they can Google. Best thing. Yeah. Anything that's that's portable. Really? Okay. Very good fathers day tomorrow. Hi, Joe time to sign to show. Okay. We have great like cutting board, some, we have some wooden kitchen utensils that are all hand carved by manning. Jim benson. They're beautiful shirk Otari boards. Pictures posters, wall art for dead. Seems to be a big hit a number of like tabletop games that are like the little mini beanbag Todd a could idea. They're real fun here that. Listening..

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"jim benson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So delighted to be joined in studio by Sarah, sweet who is she have or she is half of the duo behind. I like you know, I'm not just giving you a compliment. I'm talking about the retail operation in Minneapolis and Saint Paul how many years have you been in business? Now, Ben in business for twelve years. That's really that's impressive. Did you do before that? I managed and ran bars and restaurants. Partner service industry all the way for anyone who hasn't been too. I like you and shame on you. If you haven't you should get over there right now. You're in northeast Minneapolis and Saint Paul, what's the Saint Paul occasion? It is on smelling palace. Okay. And we have the booth at the Minnesota just say the state fair. Now, let's be honest, you would be at the state fair year round if wealthy. It doesn't matter if the booth, fair or not. I mean you have no state, fair fatigue. Oh, I have state, fair fatigue about six weeks after the fares. When I start feeling like myself again it's like cheating on another planet, but I love every second. You know, it's unlike anything else you, you are they're immersed on another planet. You get a vacation really strenuous crazy. That's not my idea is hard as you do all year. Yeah, it really is. But there are people that we only see at the fair so you get that Burs come reconnect with those people. And they're coming from miles and miles, and hundreds of miles away to come to the fair and sometimes other states. And we love every single. Second. Are you assume you're probably already planning this? What are you gonna do this year? Will you have like do you need like a new thing each year, you'd kind of have to play the game between you have to have your classics, and then you have to introduce some new stuff? But this is our tenth year at the fair. So it's going to be hardy. All twelve days, we will be probably wearing party hats and, you know, blowing kisses. I like you is fundamentally. I mean, you are a gift store, a lifestyle store, but you really support not only are you local you support local brands to we artisans. We carry upwards of two hundred and fifty local or independent artists in the twelve years, that we've been open. We have paid back more than four million dollars to the local artist. Is that right? We're so proud of you should be proud. Absolutely. We've been talking a little bit about this over Email in the last few weeks. And I, I mean retails not easy. These days really isn't and a lot of us are struggling, and what, what do you attribute that to other than just the I mean, the internet and things like that? But what has changed in the time since you opened? I like you the internet plays a big part of it. There's also a lot more excess ability when we opened we were the place the hip and trendy place to get Minnesota goods. There's a lot of it out there. You know, things like qualities and targets Taylor doing it. So watching what you guys are doing. Yeah. We've been passed. And now we have to kind of, you know, groom that a little bit. But. I also think that the pop-up situation is playing a big part, there's pop-ups a lot, though. And that is really showcasing the same kind of people that we do. We are there twenty four you know, I shouldn't say twenty four hours a day with online. But it isn't something that you have to schedule. We, we are there for you. You've done pop-ups yourself. Oh, yeah. We continue to do that. You know it's real hard. It's hard to run a store and do that. It takes time away from and kind of sucks, a little bit of the creativity out of the place that you really want to establish in call your home base to continually pack up and move and pull things from the shelves, and then someone comes in, and they want something and you don't have it because it's at the pop, you know, and things like that. So, so how do you keep innovating and keep it fresh and get people to come and shop, an actual physical store today? Well, I think the big part of it for us is that we know our customers when they come in there greeted. We know the dog's in the neighborhood people in the neighborhood, let me really means something really does have an awesome wall on the outside of the store that is like one of the most popular places for people to take selfies. Tally. It's like the number one or maybe number two. But I think we were rated number one. Yes. You Graham spot, it says, I liked you all over and headings relegation, did you intend to be that best mistake I've ever met? Mistake, because it was a plan, but I had no idea how bad how big that was going to the decorating. A really great landlord that didn't care now. It's like I'm getting out there, but so what made you decide on the name, I like you for the store hard? It is to name a business. Doc. That's it, what it came down to as Angela. And I were driving around looking for locations, I had a little tiny thing that hung from my rear view mirror that my husband had given me with a little boy painted on it. That said I like you. And that's eventually, it was, like, why don't we just do that until great idea? Yeah. She liked to what do people want these days? What's what's hot? What are you selling a lot of remember when you did the grade duct t shirt that one? Yeah. So what, what's the thing right now, t shirts are still real popular everybody loves a comfortable, T shirt, one that you know, Minnesota. We're real proud people. We. So this can't get enough of Minnesota. Can't get enough. We also have a number of new things like we have some really great spice blends Minnesota. Nice spice or blunt loco is a is a company that he is this jovial man that grows his own peppers, and roast them and, and makes a beautiful product easy to give to just about anybody and easy to we have a lot of people that come in for like exchange student type gifts. You know, like we want something that's from Minnesota so easy. Things like that are dish are always helping a friend her son was going overseas staying with a family, and she needed to give, but not only did she want, like a Minnesota gift, but it had to be able to be packed in his little suitcase. Absolutely. That's tricky gift category. What falls into that. Great. And they can also be used as wrapping paper, you know, so you don't have to you can wrap a cute little like I said the spices. Or you can grab place wild races. Great. I just heard somebody tell me, though, that a lot of people don't know in other countries how to cook it. That's actually offer list. But we. Recognize and they can Google. Best thing. Anything? That's that's portable. Really? Okay. Very good fathers day tomorrow. Hi, jill. Time to sign to show. Okay. We have great like cutting board, some, we have some wooden kitchen utensils that are all hand carved by manning. Jim benson. They're beautiful shirk Otari boards. Pictures posters, while art for dad. I'll seems to be a big hit a number of like table games that are like the little mini beanbag toss could idea. They're real fun here. Listening. Should be right. A lot of stuff for dads. What's going on in northeast? It seems like there's, there's a ton of construction, there's ton of change. How are things your exact location is on the corner of fifth and I so right down the block from the red stag and it is construction central. City is construction center really is, however, we did get meters like maybe a year ago. I don't my. Terrible that has helped us tremendously. There's always parking now always a big issue for us. Yeah. Well, if you haven't been, you really oughta go. It's just such a fun. Happy place. I mean any place that's called like you. That's. And there's a playhouse for kids and their turf. Astroturf Francis astroturf. That is so much more fun than carpet also online. We do we do have an online presence, not everything is available. We have a great selection. Okay. If people had ever seen anything in the stores, that they wanted they can always give us a call, and we can we can ship it right? So I like you online dot com. Okay, we'll put a link up Syrah. I'm sure that you and, and talk about this all the time. But I mean you've been at this a long time. You guys love what you do you seem to. Anyway, do do. Do you. I mean have there been moments where I mean it's har- it's gotta be hard. It's kind of relentless. What do you have a microphone right now? What do you want to say to people about thinking about how they shop today? I would like to say that we have the choice as to where we want to put our money, and I think it really needs a thought as to who are. Our neighborhood people are supporting and supporting them back when you see that businesses are, are hosting the girl scout troops or are donating to your school's silent auctions, or fundraising events. Those are the people that really are trying to reach out to you, and tell you that they need your support as well. So gotta work both way. It really does. I don't see the big stores at at our community events. I never go to my kids action. There's a big thing from Amazon sitting there. Somebody had ordered. Yeah. We, we are changing. We are trying to change the way that people eat. And we service all of that locally, and I think that we should be doing the same thing in retail and looking out for the. Yeah. That was really colorful, vibrant city police that is Corky. Mom, and pop shops, I go to other cities, and I want to go to the little businesses taking my. The big box stores. You don't need to go to the gap in another city. You wanna capture the local? That's right. And it's not just bringing your visitors. But it is we, we offer stuff year round all the time for nice to go into the people know you and you talk to them. And you know there's a commodity it's more than just buying something experience best of both worlds. We have the best in the customer area. And then we have the most amazing artists that, that we could hope for it. If you need a last minute Father's Day gift. You know where to go the is I like you. It's in Minneapolis and Saint Paul, I'm so glad that we caught you now kind of in this, like call moment before because I know better than to call you in August. Thank you. It's only put you on TV or something. I need some product over here. Right. We'll over basket. Sweet. Thank you so much for joining us today. Have a great weekend. We'll be right back with more shopgirls time for who's look at anyway, right after this..

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"jim benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Toads by listening to their calls. I'm Jim Benson. And this is the pulse of the planet in central Maine with arm Calhoun, coordinator of means and Fibi and monitoring program teams volunteers, visit different locations, nightly to the spring and summer there estimating, the Fibi population by keeping track of the number of calls at each side K. We're at stop one in what we're hearing here are spring peepers, and we would call this a code too, because there's many individuals calling in their causing overlapping, but we can still pretty much county individuals. It's not a deafening chorus of spring peepers humane, at least half a dozen species. Of frogs and toads breed and call different times throughout the spring and summer. They also prefer different types of habitats type of wetland is going to affect what singing fittings we're going to have. There's all different sorts of wetland toads around here literally like gravel pits of we have gravel pits nearby. More likely to hear the tones pickerel frogs people, call those Netto frogs, because they like to be wrestling areas or wet meadows. So there's some of those nearby were more likely to get them reading. So if we have a variety wetlands will pick up a variety of singing entity, and we have all same kind than we might not have such a variety where at least several years away from having enough data gathered to begin to get a picture of whether or not an fibia really are on.

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"jim benson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of it secretary. Thanks. Sick to be with your plan. We can make this work. It's been a good day. We scheduled this acting secretary of defense. What did you do the job? I've been doing the job since January first, and I appreciate very much. Appreciate the presence vote of confidence. BMI get this department where it needs to be. Twenty. Could be the acting. Cancelled my family vacation, Costa Rica? Airplane went back to Washington DC started prepare for a very important assignment. I think between five days off. So the Pentagon what we say every day is Wednesday. There's no senators senators. Well, that's why going down to the border and so forth. We used the weekends spent time dedicated significant walks of time big problems big issues. General manager. Thank you. If you're if you're country calls you you answer I do. Ran through. My mind was not how hard the decision would be. I remember this very vividly. The only time ever saw my father his life was when he went off to be at Phnom had to leave his family moving to Washington DC to serve the country was not a difficult decision for me. Recieving? Exactly. That you sit as a deputy. It is best decision. I've ever made in my life people. I get to work with are the most remarkable women in the world. We worked on some of the most important issues facing her country and world today, and you have a seat at the table where you can make the outcomes better. This is. Decisions. Pushy? We'll see. I've seen the bureaucracy. I've got a PHD bureaucracy busted. So it's not it's not something gets in my way. I've got all the counter measures to deal with it. You know, what I find working at the department of defense would people do what it is. We have to accomplish they could make the system work. The system can work trade. I could try. Leaders. We make a lot of those decisions to everyone. Ready for? Secretary mattis. That he really did give me these responsibilities to be the chief operating officer of my role was really that big a deputy. It was to run the operations of the Pentagon. That's what I did before stepping into this. So terms of understanding what as to be done mechanisms to achieve that is not a first time. Silence. Yes. Did you? Actually, they were. They will be lifted. Venice amount of experience work that we have to do. Eric the department for the future is something department needs. Whether it's restructuring modernisation working internationally. I've had all those assignments. Deep didn't experience. I'd say is looking forward to sitting down with Senator having a conversation about my credentials answering his questions. Experience. At. Should we do that? What I would say we haven't crisis at the border Burgess declared by the president the commander in chief has given me a direct legal order to secure the border of security aboard the reprogramming. With the law to be able to do that. And I've done that using resources that takeaway for Brady. Now, the situation is caught the traditional where we've notified congress passed and I need to work through that with the congress. I understand why they're upset, and it's it's the two worlds I have to deal with address the crisis of the border. Maintain the capability of the department worked with congress to dress. Transgender prison says. That's stop. Expect tobacco. I do. There's no ban transgenders. We're a standards based organization, right? Just to give you a little sense of. How many people re- recruit this year will recruit two hundred seventy thousand men and women to serve the department? We welcome. Any patriot is willing to to serve I need to recruit thousand people a day. We have standards, psychologically, mentally, physically beat the standards. To join. What did you do this? Your experience. Whether it's serve for years. Been. Doing the job. So first of all let's start there. The department several years now. The spills the execution vanished. Leadership strategy skills possessed. I believe will allow us to deliver on the national defense strategy. Concert. Got brilliant people around not as though you sick. The department make all the decisions yourself. This is about building a strong team and being able to work -ffective -ly across the whole of government. Whether it's with congress, oh, my counterparts in the cabin. Would you see? There's always we have to look this is the. You have to look what's in front of you. As today's rate alert from the SafeTouch Security triple team traffic center for crash on the Beachline eastbound at Dallas boulevard, the right lane is blocked. You have a two mile delay. It's gonna take you an extra seventeen minutes through that area. I'm Don news ninety six point five WDBO. The key to doing. This job is to be able to come part metalized that balance your time. His about practicing select full neglect. I need to work on the future and have the discipline at the same time. They're real security threats. That's what I juggle. I spent a lot of place. You had a big budget phone, right? I just used to spending a lot of boating used to having that responsibility view. I think what you're pointing to is. Can you operate it scale? One of the things I think. To do. This is I operate a scale. Because everything we do involves. Sized think of the department this way. Over three million people. Budget of over seven hundred billion dollars. We operate in a hundred sixty countries. Used operating at that type of scale big able to make about getting sucked in to the detail. Big able to make the types of decisions to make scale work with sixty the reason why you have this job is deputy defense. Jim Benson different prison. Walkway. Notice. Policy. We'll talk with president about that. That is not. You don't talk about issues as a policy we talk through those job is to get fence department place of needs to be. The president has restore stuff. President has given us the authorities. We need. As everybody agree on every single decision..

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"jim benson" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"Brains. The garden ruby some letters. And now it's time to take a look at the big calendar here on the bat cave wall. We'd love to look at the day of the year. And find out what holidays are associated with it. It's a segment called holiday or holiday. All. These town. We celebrate rows Gaw. This is how good advice host Eddie pences at the top of the show. He said love yourself. If there's no one else for you to love little did. He know that Wednesday February thirteenth is madly in love with me day to it man, ladies, especially everyday on this year, you can feel a little bit left out and lonely if you don't have a man in your life. It doesn't seem to bother you guys. I think as much as women every once in a while because it'd be a few Ballantine's days where I got a little melancholy didn't have somebody. But I got through it. I think it's easier for guys because this reason alone. I don't think guys feel things any less than women do or men women feel anything more than men. I think the big deal made about the holiday is less of a topic of conversation amongst men than it is with women. Yeah. If you're in an office, and there's a bunch of women around who have boyfriends or husbands or something eventually that conversation. We'll come up this week. What are your plans, we're doing? And if you're on the outs, you feel like I'm alone. They usually the guy doesn't get a lot of stuff. It's more guy buying flowers or whatever for your girl. And if you're around other girls getting that and your see where you could fill a little of that. So they say on this year, lavish yourself and focus as much attention on yourself as you would the one you love you deserve every bit as much of your love. As does the object of your affections? That's the concept behind madly in love with me day held on February thirteenth. It was founded by Californian self help. Guru Christine are low author of madly in love with me, the daring adventure to become your own best friend. Well, you don't need to take it to that time of my best friends, then it gets a little psychotic but take care of yourself. I'm I'm I'm madly in love with myself. A couple times a week. I'll tell you that much. That's all it depends on a good week or a bad week. I didn't wanna. Say daily makes me sound like I have a problem. I I understand the Paramus behind this. I know it's important to love yourself, and especially on a holiday that's built for couples. If you're single it can be a particularly trying time. However that being said, I don't think our society as a whole has any problem anymore with being focused on yourself. No. I think a lot of people spend an enormous amount of time focusing on themselves taking pictures of themselves. Posting those pictures Agar has a lot of self reflection in the world these days, maybe we need a little bit more looking out a little bit less looking in. Everybody's a little self-focused Reich. I think you take the point of like, okay? It's damas. I'm depressed, everybody. Okay. I I love being me. I'm with myself. But you should also put your energy into other people balance say most thing. All right. So we'll let you slide. But with that caveat. Yeah. Everybody just watch it ease up don't know more selfish. That's right. It's also. A different name day. Like your change your name. Yes. Now, they say you can change it legally. But you can choose to go by a different. No, you can't or your name is your name. You can't know what if I don't like my name, if I want to be known as Allah wishes, can you tell everyone around me for the remainder of this day, please refer to me as Allah wishes Gorman. Yes, sir. Allah wishes Percival garment. Oh, that's good. His lord. Yeah. Go the DMV with that. When you were a kid, and you play cops and robbers or Cowboys and Indians seventy did you ever change your name? I always wanted to be from when I want to change my name to Johnny. I wanted to be John wanted to be a giant wanted to be Johnny so bad. I vacillated between Mike and Jack those were always Muslim detective to my to to names, Mike, and Jack, I don't know if I told the story on this show or not. But I was I came up in a time as a kid in the seventies. It was all about cop and detective shows on television. That's almost all we played was cops and robbers and detectives and that kind of stuff now out of cowboy and Indian stuff. Cops that was in the seventh generation the generation before you. I think kids in the sixties and the fifties played Cowboys and Indians, I think you guys are more that I was more fi Hans solo and chew. I was playing Starsky and hut. Yeah. Exactly. But me, and my buddy Jim who lived down the street. I was I was I was the director. I would tell us what the scenario was. And what the characters were. And what the case was and I used to paint the picture, and then we would engage in our in our play. And I always had to have a name for the two of the detective team had to have a name like Starsky and fresh and almost always only because I remember vaguely hearing, it didn't quite know what it was I used to I used to call Benson and hedges. Those who don't know Benson and hedges was very popular cigarette. Brand at the time. And I learned I came to me years after the fact that my aunt's Dolores used to smoke constantly Benson and hedges also Wimbley put your head limited last packs of cigarettes laying around the house all the time when she was visiting insen and Benson and hedges is stuck in my head. Start detective Benson hedges get in here. And that's what the cap I would say in my head when we were playing. So I was always Mike hedges. Mike hedges was Jim Benson. Oh, those are good detective names. Leave your shield and your gun on my desk to align. Your wildcards? I can see the seventies cop show right now. Oh, man. I gotta grow my stash back. So they say on this day, you can pick your own name and choose to go buy it forever. You got legally changed forever. You can just spend this one day to fulfil that fantasy. You've had that's insane. So just call me Jack for help show. All right. Call me, Wilma dickens. That's a dumb holiday. We're not doing that. It's national cheddar day and not like making that cheddar Yeo cheese, cheddar cheese. It's celebration of cheddar cheese. I know you're you have a dubious relationship don't mind cheddar cheese, cheddar cheese, I rolled into being in the village of cheddar as you can imagine in Somerset England in the twelfth century. And that was the beginning of a cheese revolution will Eddie. Thank God, cheddar cheese is the most popular cheese in the world. Did you know that I didn't know that eight third of all cheese sold in the United States. Is that I thought it'd be American in the United Kingdom where it was created more than half of all cheese sales in the UK are better. Yeah. So think about all those people are making all those different cheese like cheddar making cheddar going up against the monster. That is chapter so help yourself to some cheddar today. Get yourself. I I like me like a knife sharp cheddar at sharper, the better like to cut my tongue. That's how much that's all sharp. Legged Mon fire with that. And while we're talking things that tastes good. You know, like to keep the food related holidays for the end just to see if any Pence would eat something or not and today is no different today. Are you feeling? I'm feeling not good about good. No, I've ever there are elements of it. I think you like, but I know now that the combo sometimes can be the economic into the Patty. Yeah. This is a day celebrating a signature dish from the Italian region of bologna. Okay. And now you like some Italian to like some Italian food today is national tortellini day toward the Leany tortellini for those no is a little curved, stuffed pasta. It's like, a ravioli, but it's curved and smaller, and it is part of that same stuffed pasta family, but the common feelings for torture linear, usually ham or white meat like chicken or Turkey, and then parmesan cheese tortellini day the day. We celebrate the. This Italian food called tortellini will Eddie Pence eater to not there's only one way to find out. You have to pull the handle of the patented Eddie Pence jackpot slot machine. Let's see if he likes tortellini or not let's see got one Meatball to me, but no come on parmesan dealbreaker Purba cheese. I don't like parmesan cheese smells, like feet. Do you? Have you rive only I do without parmesan cheese? What do you like forever? You beat travel out of a can. That's what I thought like ship issue doesn't make sure to Leany. It's my favorite shifts man, tortellini said best. I don't eat a lot of pasta anymore because it's just carbo demise. Well hill you you might as well just give inflate you're saying, I'm just I'm just before. Then why stop at three? I'll just keep going. Well, what's your that point? Who cares? But you'll be interested to know. There is an organization in the city of bologna in Italy, blogging about blog, not all bologna that is called the learned order of the tortellini and their entire existence is dedicated to the preservation of the tortellini, they're like a secret society just focused on tortellini. It's all four seven. They wake up toward Leany. They go to bed. They have meetings where they wear special red and gold hats that are shaped like toured Leaney. Do they wear a ribbon around their neck that has a gold tortellini hanging off of it? And they learned it order of the tortellini or the L O T is I like to call the lot a lot. Have a large membership in bologna and their purpose is just the preservation and celebration of did they meet daily was it once a month? This is gonna come as a shock to you. But I don't have their fucking schedule. At all the what they wore my hand you had. I know when the next leading God, I don't know what the dues are join. He's telling you organization gave a lot of information. More importantly, what possible difference could make how many times a week. They make you go. I could see once a month get talking about tortellini, but every day talking about tortellini don't think it's their fulltime job. I think they have other things going on. Then they get together. Put a lot into the costume. They're tortellini hats. And they talk about how great tour to lean if they talk about other things under the guise of tortellini like it's strippers and poker. I'm sure they do like the Shriners Shriners. That's what it is. But tortellini. Insane. Not only are you besmirching the good name of the lot lot. But you're coming down on the torn Alenia. I don't think I care for it. That was today's holiday or holiday, but we're real.

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"jim benson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Voice Roger here. Look at you. The skyscraper himself ready for another run at the NHA ten years, Ken straight, and this is the tenth one. Yeah. And most notably though about as close a set of heroin finishes as really any player on the contest scene. Yeah. Hopefully, get it done this year. Second twice. Second twice. I I don't think there's anybody else that can make that claim. No, I don't think. So there's been a lot of top ten multiple top ten finishes, but not not running second. And I forget who did you run second behind boy finished between Duke and Paul. And then behind Jim Benson. Okay. Okay. Wasn't here for their team came started coming. This is our our fifth. I was speculating I think the fifth year we broadcast from Vegas for the NFC and the contest continues to kind of morphine evolve and grow as well. And this year, they'll be a second ballroom downstairs they've done a big multi million dollar renovation. None of the room, but. But of the of the convention facility at the front doors could use could use a polishing the the ballrooms though downstairs they on the casino level and out toward the pool. First time the not that anybody's going in that pool unless you're a member of the polar bear club. Definitely it's freezing. Here. It's colder. I got the plane yesterday. It's colder here than it was when I left Albany New York was sixty over sixty on Tuesday when I left came here. It was like, wow. Last year was my first experience where I said, you know, what you better not leave the coat at home and bring a little bit Snowcap. They had snow apparently the other day other morning and the all the mountains are are are Snowcap. Yeah. It's crazy..

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"jim benson" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Number one Sony. Michelle ran for one hundred thirty three yards and the patriots 2017 twenty-seven thirteen win over the jets. That is the most for a patriots running back since a Jonas gray and twenty fourteen or be Laghouat blunt in two thousand sixteen Brian Lou Gehrig blunt in two thousand sixteen k legare in four touchdowns. I game going to. Yup. You guys are all one hundred percent. Yards in a game since Jonas gray in two thousand fourteen. I've just a vague recollection of Jonas gray, number two. After the saints thirty one seventeen win over the falcons on Thanksgiving Day. Drew Brees has thrown a TD pass to thirteen different players this year that ties the all-time NFL record set by a Matt Ryan in two thousand sixteen or be Tom Brady and 2013 Brian. I will say la- Garrett blunt the Garrett blunt again will go b b Tom Brady. Yeah. I'm going Brady to he's got so many targets, Adam. Yeah. I'll go Brady. Yeah. You guys are all wrong while we're really bad at this that Ryan and teen is the NFL record the drew Brees tide number three Philip rivers of the San Diego. Chargers tied the NFL record by completing twenty five straight passes yesterday in the chargers, forty five to ten win over AirAsia. He tied the record set by a Russell Wilson in two thousand thirteen or be Ryan tannehill in two thousand fifteen I actually know the answer to this. I would like to go last que. It's a Ryan tannehill tannehill. Let's tannehill. Did you guys all know in advance? Well that was all over yesterday. All over our right? I'm trying to find more obscure facts, well, Jonas, gray. Yeah. Number four. Christian McCaffrey of the Carolina Panthers. Went for two hundred thirty seven all purpose yards and Carolina's thirty to twenty seven loss to Seattle. That's the. The second most for a player in the NFL this season trailing. Only Zeki all Elliott who generated to forty the third best all purpose. Total yards for a single game. In the season was put up by a Melvin Gordon or B is Ahah Crowell. Is it? No Melvin Gordon. Melvin Gordon all go. Isaiah crowell. Gordon? Adam is the only one that gets the right? The way it goes is this to forty Zeki will to thirty seven from a calf ris and to thirty one for is Zahra Crowell of the jets in week five and the last one always worth two atom. You've got a two-to-one lead on everybody in the Dallas Cowboys thirty one twenty three Thursday win Amari Cooper generated one hundred eighty receiving yards. That is the fifth. Most all time for Thanksgiving Day game. The all-time record is held by a Andre Johnson from the Texans and twenty twelve or be Jim Benton from the Browns in nineteen forty five. That sounds like a trick question designed to say, well, why would you pick Jim Benton? If it wasn't the right answer and go back to nineteen Forty-five. And so I picked the other one. But then not getting it. Right. Because it actually is Jim Ben, Jim bent. No cats Nike made it up. I'm going with the opposite of what Brian said the opposite. Ryan said ooh, man because they split. I can't go I'll go Andre Johnson. Adam you lose. Jim benson. Ryan blame the gay. You know, it's it's just like chess. You don't play the board you play the man Jim Belton from Brown. I'm out here playing connect regime. Rhonda most received three hundred and three receiving yards that day. Chat with good day..

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"jim benson" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

14:36 min | 3 years ago

"jim benson" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"Support for today's show comes from squarespace, because, hey, listen, you're great. If you follow cracked, you're interested in a wide array of things. A lot of them are very neat and thinki- you probably know more about the world than maybe the average person. Let's just go ahead and call you somebody who's like that. So why don't you show yourself off? You deserve it. You know, people are saying, you're great. Why don't you let more people know with a website from squarespace. They have beautiful templates created by a class designer. You customize that to yourself, whatever you do with it, it'll work well on mobile because squarespace is smart enough to build websites that work on tablets and phones and the other devices that people do so many online things on such as listening to podcasts c. you know, it's the thing. People do also squarespace makes buying domains simple, which I think is an underrated feature. You know, because as you're putting together a website that you wanna love, you wanna have the perfect domain for it. The perfect web address that you'll be. Happy to tell people about squarespace, makes getting that domain easy. And I think that's really valuable. So had the squarespace dot com for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch is the offer code cracks to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain that squarespace dot com slash crack, offer code crack. There's also there's another one here from the article about a premier party for the rock. If remember the rock, it's a movie about Alcatraz and as they were doing a premiere party for it on l. Cottrell has there was a man named Jeff bunch who decided that sure. Alcatraz is a federal park patrolled by Park Rangers that you can't trespass on. But I would like to go to the premier at the unbreakable prison. Ersan and so he windsurfed in informal where love it, and he windsurfed into the premier and apparently climbed a hill got into the party and met Sean Connery and started having a drink with him before Park Rangers dragged him away. James kills me like you've got in the guys having a drink while you gotta drag him out now, like is he bothering Connery or can't he just have the win, like just let the dude, what are you? Gonna do. TOTO is Windsor for thing. Let him sail back to shore. He'll be fine. Get some point. If you make it all the way into the part you're not invited to. You should just get to stay. I agree. Well, they, yeah, because there's there's another one here to where I had never heard of them, but they're in EDM music duo called Peking duck, and they were having a concert, and there was a super fan of it named David Spargo and he was like, I wanna meet this band. And so what he did is he basically got in line for the VIP area. And while he was waiting in line edited the band's Wikipedia to say that he is right, which is great and. Say that he was one of theirs stepbrother. He was related to them. And so then when the guards were like, you know you, you're not on the list. He was like, but look like a pedia. And then he got in and told the band, he did it and they were like, that's awesome. Just hang out surfing in to see the rocket Alcatraz. That's awesome. Stocking abandoned, changing their Wikipedia profile to say, you're in their family, not cool security to make that guy leave that I would have had the guy frisked if nothing else, I would have him patted down. He does not get to have English on Connery. Sorry. No walls. Yeah. In hindsight, why would a bans Wikipedia page lists? They're step siblings. And why is this just your garden? Yeah, you're showing me something. I'm squinting at on your cell phone. That's all I need to see. Like I feel like every technology has like one round where people can use it to get into things. And then once that goes on every social media has one person who uses become huge, you know, like Dane cook with like my space and like and like roast or whatever. Rob Delaney on Twitter? Yes, exactly. Well, any anyway, Peking duck very, very famous. A marginally more famous musician as named John Lennon that guy, right, right, right in the tolls and he did some other things. And so there was a fan of his name. Jerry Levitan who was a teenager in nineteen sixty-nine in Toronto and just decided I would like to meet John Lennon though it'd be great and John Lennon was holed up in his hotel room with Yoko Ono not talking to anyone. He was not interested, but so then Jerry Levitan just went up to the room, sneaking by security and then knocked on the door and said he was with the press, and that was an he got in. It's amazing. This is the dark side of this allocate land was saying about, like people being creepy and coming into things. How did John Lennon die? A person was saying. Approach him, Mark, David Chapman thought. Yeah. Oh boy. Like that's where it's like, oh, that thing that's so neat and fun anecdote can easily turn dark with the exact ingredients just, yeah, we need to copy of of catcher in the rye and apparently early childhood head trauma. That's apparently at those two spices the recipe, and you have a dangerous Kumba. Oh man because Jerry Lewis and he apparently has story forgetting in was I'm with Canadian news and that worked, which is amazing. That's terrible. Alibaba's no news in Canada. Yeah, this fandom can be so dark and so positive, depending on just how people what people are going through, how they feel or it's it's a and that's even pre internet to both of those things. Yeah, I will say that we've spent, you know, most of this conversation on the positive aspects of fandom, it'd be easy to have an equally lengthy conversation about how it could be negative, but maybe it's important not to do that. There's some good ways and healthy ways and positive ways to be a fan of something. Yeah. And like if your phantom feels toxic, it's not the things full that's coming from inside the house. You got to fix that screaming at an actress because she was in Star Wars that the screaming is the problem, not the actress or the star. That's the what's the dark side of all this about like, oh, he's people influence the outcome of the show. It's like there's also that side a fan on. That's like, oh, the thing didn't go out the high wanted to go. So therefore it's bullshit and horrible. Yeah. I mean, I'm glad we're focusing on the positive elements of that, but there is also that weird thing. And this is the thing that happens with doctor who fan. I'm occasionally too is like there's this thing that happens where fans have decided that we know the thing better than the people making it like that. If they did something different than we would have done with it, they don't get the thing or they don't respect the thing. They don't understand the thing. And most time it's like, no, they just have a different story in their head than you do and brass just what happens like they were. They were given the keys to tell the story, and this is a story they came up with and like you can have conflict. You can be like, hey, I- critically, I don't think this worked the way they wanted it to a storytelling issue. But I think when you get to this point of like I am the only one who understands this thing and anybody else who looked it to a different lens as wrong. That's where fandom can be like a problem. And that's like the difference between like good phantom, I think that there's two types of fans in my opinion or like there's obviously like subcultures of all of these. But if you're a fan and you love thing, you either. Go, though. I love this thing so much. I want other people to love it, and I want everybody to share this love with me and anybody who didn't. But I want to hear why you like this thing. And that's where I think like using after who is an example. There's so many years of the show, and there's so many ways. This show has totally been difference that I can have a conversation with somebody who loves actor who, and they might love it for an entirely different reason than I do like a different era than I do. And like they might have a toy reason why connected to it like this was just when I started watching it when I was a kid. So this is my doctor or this is like I was going through this thing with my wife, and this is why sort of watching it this point. This is why I love it. And like for me, like I very much clue into the most recent era was Stephen appear capacity and see if mother because it was the era that was running when I was starting to transition, and the show is so much about rebirth and about regenerating and becoming a new version of yourself that like that connected with me and the fact that at the end of all that the doctor became a woman is like, oh my God, the doctor regenerated along and transitioned with me get from it. So that's one week experience phantom, and you just want like when you find out people are new. It you get excited like, oh my God, you get to experience. The thing that I love here with me and it may be a little creepy at times, but it's also fun to see their joy of a thing that used to feel that same joy for at that level and like you can experience it. The other kind of fandom is like, I love this thing. I love it so much that it's mine and nobody else can love them, which as I do and I'm going to push people out of it because I don't want them to take when I love the from me and I get, I guess they have it all for myself. And that's where I think it's like toxic and like angry and yeah, like you go on Twitter tweet at an actress because she was in it and she just looked like you think she should look like people that are in it and you have some sort of hatred for her even though she did nothing to you and all she did was get her dream fucking job. Those are both great examples that we've kind of hinted at the Star Wars. One where actress, Kelly, Marie. TRAN was an Asian woman in a Star Wars movie, and then basically got hounded off Instagram for it. And then there have been all kinds of exciting things going on with Dr Who to when I feel bad for those angry fans about who are just mad about that chain. They shouldn't be doing what they're doing, but also like I almost feel bad for them because like these are massive properties with all kinds of amazing talent behind them, and their anger is not going to change it. It's so destructive that they feel that way in so many ways because they're not going to get what they're asking for and they are asking for it for such weird. Sad reasons has nothing to do with any show or any movie like a whatever you're freaking out at someone online about it's the freakout. That's the part that that's on you. It does not. It's outside of the thing you're fan of at that point you've left? Yeah, all of that behind and you're now just expressing your own pathology in a gross weird way. It's fascinating to watch people unravel about stuff and make it about the fiction, like Honey, that's you. That's true. And I think that we, we almost see a microcosm of like what's going wrong with our society right now in the way that plays out like to take Star Wars. For example, because that's the most recent major example of it. Like that movie came out last December and. And a portion really loved it. A portion really hated it, and a portion fell indifferent about it. But then people go on the internet and they start talking about it, and then they find these forums where someone is like this is this is a travesty has been used against us and then like someone who might have been like, I didn't really like it. Mice are reading that. And next thing you know, this harketting radicalized in their anger for it because they're in these small pocket communities that are just feeding off because there's like furious anger for it as a someone who like left it going as things about it didn't like it. It might not have worked suddenly like are are like repeating the talking points that these like forums in these videos have created that now it went from, I didn't like this thing to the makers of this thing are out to get us and they hate us and they're trying to destroy us. And I think the same thing as what happened over the course of the last decade with the internet, especially with these like sub forums on Reddit or fourteen and stuff like that, where it went from being like on not getting dates with women that I, that I would like to get to women as a whole. Conspiring against men like me and there's like this whole sphere, and that's how you get like this weird angry in cell movements. And I think it's to me, it's fascinating because it's just the exact same level of rage and the exact same symptoms. It just like this tempest not pod is is a small version. You can see how these groups formed, and I don't know how to fix it is the problem that's all dead on. And also I, if there is a fix we can solve everything right in the Star Wars case where a lot of people saw Kelly, Maria TRAN harassed offline, and they were like, I'm very upset about it. And then it started a fan art campaign. It was hashtag fan art for rose, and people were just posting wonderful illustrations and drawings and things. And it was one of these sort of divides where one side was just clearly much more fun to be a part of. And especially when we're talking about entertainment, you probably want to be in the fun camp and maybe that is a way forward through these things. To like, it's usually not the person with a ticking time bomb tumor in their head. That's like, man, I mad about this current. Like once you, if something forces you to get your shit into perspective, then you're not gonna spend a lot of time being mad about that kind of stuff online, you'd hope? Yeah. I think what Dr Who there was definitely like a pocket of the community that was a very negative backlash to them casting a woman to play the doctor. But I think most of the fans of the show that I've experienced like, no, this is a show about change in about accepting different things. And so I think for the most part, it's been acceptance to it. But even I like today, I left a Facebook group that I was in that was like a phantom group for the new doctor because too many people in that group riposting screen shots of negative things. Others were saying, and then spending like a whole thread being like, screw this guy, right? He's a jerk and I'm like, I don't want to spend my time focusing on the negative things being said about the thing that I like. I just want to enjoy this thing and it's like you said, I want to be in the group. That's the more fun group I want to be in the group. That's like, I just love this thing, and I want to hear about how much you. It and I don't want negative space. I just wanted to have positive fun things. And having said that, I am more than willing to talk about aspects of things that I love that are problematic or things that that like disturbed me in ways like bother me. But like you can do that without being like, this thing is the devil on his get me or ruin. The thing that I love, I love what you say about doctor who being about a change and things have all been because also I feel like most art has some kind of positive message at the core of it, and it's always astounding EMMY when these fans are so mad and negative about a thing. Yeah, they're like, because I fully understand what this is about. If you, if you understand Star Wars, you probably be nicer to downtrodden people. You know, like if you, if you ever enjoyed Jim Benson product and your entire life, how are you mad that anyone thinks pertinent near gay and sincere way our you mad that like I always hated Berkner near gay jokes. They always felt really hacky and kind of homophobic to me. But now like that. One writer for the show was like, I actually wrote them as. Gay couple. And then like I've had like friends of mine who are queer who have said like, I actually thought they were gay the whole time, and it made me feel good that this thing that I was watching made me feel this way. And these people have come out and said that have now been harassed on Twitter for saying that these two characters being gay meant something to them, and it's like it takes nothing away from your experience with the Muppets to accept these carriers might be to an audience member like it doesn't mean that it has to be canon at their gay just means that these people got something out of it that you didn't get, and that's okay.

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