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"jim jin" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"Hello out there and SNARF land. We are here again in the house. Ninety. That's I call back to an old rap we Chris. The talk. Jazz slow. It was I thought it was a ramp that you did how slow jazz I would consider myself a slow jazz musician slow gin, fizz young man. US Gin fizz. What is it I? mean. It's Jim Jin. Slow Jin Slow Gin. That's what's called called Slow Jen. Like A. That's a legitimate. Liquor liqueur.
"jim jin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He's been in talks to invest in the Wrexham FC, the Welsh soccer team. This guy is a really oh man. He is going to make tons of money. He and one of the stars of it's always sunny in Philadelphia. Rob don't know how to say his last name. Melanie. Rob McKellen e Okay anyway, he's part of the team to said the two of them. They're saying that the pair intends to invest $2.55 million, which doesn't sound like a lot of money for Team. 2.5 million. Yeah, $2.55 million. So I was 25. He's the minority. Minority owner. I think it's just the two of them. Oh, no, they're going to invest with other people They have And so the club stadium is the oldest international football stadium still in youth. They've played their first game in 18 77. 0 was kind of cool. It's many Scott is what is it Vodka? Jim Jin Jin, aviator Jen, I believe, and then he's got this new Like cell phone service that he's selling as well. He had. Ah Oh, gosh. What's his name? Rick Moranis was in a commercial with him. Then he had Paul Revere's actual descendant like his pole reveres, you know, great, great, great great granddaughter. Something like that. He's just a businessman is great and stuff. You know, I feel like was one of the first people to do this. I feel like it was John Travolta. Mm. Yeah, He was like super rich and everyone's like, how can he be that rich? He doesn't make that many movies. He doesn't work that much. And it was his investment has, I believe, but also Ryan Gosling. Not Ryan Reynolds. But Ryan Gosling is do you guys remember the fall guy? That was a good show? Lee Majors played a stunt man. It's Yeah, it's a little bit before my time, but yeah, I was. I was young ish. He had a side hustle is a bounty hunter and Ryan Gosling is turning it into a movie. So it's not an official remake. Good idea. I think so, too, because Hollywood's been trying to make this movie for years, they talked about having the rock star in it, Steve This was back in like 2013, but never happened. So that the fun that is fun, You know. Thank you. Alright, thankyou. Way. Got to go. I already? Yep. Well, how about this? Not for the day, though. No. We got to sit around. I was going to turn the shower on If that was the case. No, no, no. Leave it off. If you see something say something is coming up next. Ah! I want to share this funny cease and desist letter. It's like a real season desist letter from a law firm that Bill Murray got, but the law firm handled it in a pretty funny way. I'll tell you what big name band they were defending. When we returned on Dun and.
"jim jin" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
"Home at last or something like that. And that's what I felt. I was like I looked around and I could tell that these people were people that had like done. Some things that meeting in particular because it was a bunch of harleys outside there was a bunch of like tough-looking people and I was like these people have done it like they know what to do, and then I, listen to the speaker. What happened was I was in the meeting right at this as soon like a couple of years after cell phones invented, a lot of people didn't even have cell phones yet. But I had a cell phone from my mother because she wanted to know what was happening and she called me in the middle of the meeting actually in the middle of sharing and I picked up the phone. And Talk to her. Like. Imagine that happening today in a meeting. You earn sharing I was sharing your mom calls in the middle of the share and my mom calls in the middle of the hi I'm George I'm an alcoholic. I don't really know what's going on. I'm having trouble with this. This is where I've been. This is where I think I'm going to hold on one second picked up the phone. Yeah. Hey how's it going and I talked to her for? Hearing now, sharing right now, call you back. You imagine if that happened in the meeting today I, it'd be a bryant. No, we would love it because what? What a what a good young man you were a good mother you have George. shearing now because she knew my dealers also right around the corner, she probably wanted to make sure I didn't leave your mind sounds like a very sweet laid. Oh, she's. She's what did what would you say? You're on speaker phone? Is he doing day. Now. She. She she's tough. She's a sweet tough perfect mix of everything. I needed a mother. She's still in commack yet while she's they're selling house down in North Carolina right now but she's yeah, she's around she's local. But. She, just. Because she grew up, my parents got married very young. And my mom went through a whole bunch of stuff with my dad when they were younger, my dad's drinking was bad when he was younger like. Whatever very bad. So she went through that with him and she goes I went through with your father I survived it. I can't do it with the I'm not GonNa make it like I'm not going to survive. Dad Got Sober now he didn't get sober now he died. No, he's still alive, but they're not together. They aren't together. Yeah. Another story. Yeah. It's this too much nebulous nece. So your. Your mom made sure that you got sober but she couldn't do it for your debt. Because, you can't do it for anybody. Really. Yeah I think that my dad so my I've done a lot of like thinking and just going back and trying to figure out why things are the way they are. My mom was a super fearful person very fearful but she was raised by a father who instilled that fear in her her father was an orphan. Who probably had fear instilled in him by the people that ran the off and then he found his mother he went to her house she slammed the door in his face. So we had that sense of rejection and abandonment that he passed onto my mom and her siblings and she passed that onto oster no fault of her own and through no fault of his own, it's just the cycle of what happens when generational trauma get passed down at my dad was one eight and he was in a small home Cambridge Heights. Queens. With a very tough mother very tough Irish woman. You know she was there was no. You just like I think they were in survival mode. You know when they were growing up I have zero judgment whatsoever the way these stories come out. It's like. You're such a success and you have so much. Almost eighteen years clean and you have your shit together. You have a beautiful family and you're telling this story and I assume everything is perfect and the story. So you know what I'm saying like or or your dad must have died but the fact of the matter is the way we live. It's like it's so incongruous you don't know how things are. Going to end yet want a picture perfect story with with an like where you understand every facet but nebulous is the way life is yeah. But my dad also so when I when I got to rooms I was started looking around at the shades and the slogans in reading and listening and realizing that although my dad passed down the alcoholism Jim Jin. Gene gene two major MGM engine. He also gave me a head start on recovery because he would say things that I hear in the rooms and I didn't understand when I was younger. I. Couldn't internalize them. But you know like for instance, I love this story because it just tells you how people are outside of their house like some sometimes people are different around different people. Once I found. A birthday card from my dad from guys that he worked with he worked on the railroad for thirty two years as an engineer. And the card said this was around the time when my sister and I were teenagers and my dad was just like super fucking stressed and I get to see how he is with my kids now. And it's good for me to see that because I'm like Oh. That's the kind of dad he would have been for us if he wasn't so stressed out all the time about work and money and drinking a lot. So we read a birthday card of his and the birthday card said charter, that's his nickname not because of the drinking actually he got it when he was a baby when he's chug milk but it fit one of those things and engineer was trying things. Grow into the. Which makes me believe it might be a simulation but now. Game scared so. Birthday. Cards said sugar we love having you around you make everyone feel so happy..
"jim jin" Discussed on Brock and Salk
"Ahead in this for a moment but that was the part that always remember why I just thought it was so fast fast. The echo effect hitting these two dungdung Jim Jin echoed throughout the throughout the many rock concerts. Before maybe a few taunt does he experience as a kid going to a major arena can be overwhelming in and of itself aspect. When I was thirteen right my parents my parents drove me and a friend to wooster her there? Were going to pick us up at the end of the arrange a meeting place and stuff now and people are smoking everywhere. What the heck's going on air right I mean you're thirteen? I can't believe they let me go to win a year before they wouldn't let me go. See Robert Plant in the Black Crowes at the same place. So yeah it's a miracle even let me go to this but that always stuck with me that in June June just the way it echoed and then obviously you know he goes through the whole solo and you get the the wood blocks and xylophone the electic dry Japan is just. It's it's it's so musical but the next year there's another embarrassing story. I went back to that camp and I was like okay. I'm going to put some stupid concert right. I played played a couple of songs where they'd quote unquote band played sister locked by the Black Crowes. We Played All along the watchtower. And then you're playing drums. Yeah not well but just sort of very yeah okay. And so they wanted they wanted to solo. Maybe they wanted me to do a solo. Okay I'm going to do this Now of course I G I started like and it was but I didn't know what to do next so the beginning at least in my mind was great. It sounded Chaz like Neil Solo but trust me there was no uh-huh point in which I was doing anything that sounds like this. And what.
"jim jin" Discussed on The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure
"Covered. Insurance claim I do this by Terrence FitzGerald. The spirits consultant maple baby. See me central drug maybe bills to Terrence Fitzgerald's. Maybe to steer are maybe a stir it maybe I do want to stir it because I just don't see how it's gonna. I just don't I don't understand this process. I guess we'll will to get some of the carbonation, and if I do this service want carbonation, I think I don't know, maybe what. We're not professional with pain. Trade them at your to being matures. Yes, that's going to squeeze in the line. I don't know. Too hot. Two. All right. Well both halves of their both halves veered dry line in here. I think you're right. That is a pretty. Pretty husky line. Juice. Wanna maligned the light and the line. Yeah. You don't want big on. All right. So that's the juice of an entire line, but you can use half recorder, it'd be borough. Just we're just risking it. Yeah. And then even put in. Still really can't shake it. I don't I'm to stir it because I'm scared that you're going to make a mess of everything. Mrs Dave's thing here that, that to market gonna stay on those ones that white letters. Oh, yeah. All right. We're going to speak. There's pretended. Beverage counted that. You got it smells. Nice doesn't. Look at that to work. People talking to Mark is benign, it is not it is. Redoing. Yeah. Joe? Shows, we'll try wave from that because he doesn't have to anthrax track. Yeah but he's pretty pretty threes. Only last few family members to cancer, so. So he. Humorous as much as anybody. I had no idea. Are you should read the his bio? What happens if we? I think that most of the been taken out after that first batch. Okay. So let's dump it out now. All right. This is the what is it called the Shanghai? Sunrise, the Taj, Mahal, whole sunset, or what was the other one Shane high sunrise, countless yellow, yes. That's what my urologist said. What it looks like for those of you that remember Safeway Canada, which like beep. Good. Very much beat which was an orange drink much like Tang. I guess, in a way that's what premade Kenny, if he were to lazy for Tang just just your self big beat. So this is nice. All right. I'm I'm excited by this table. Little bit more. He's not feeling great. So he's going to have that little sip. Okay. With Sheringham distilleries Ben Karaz seaside Jim, this is the Taj Mahal sunset. All right. This is. Like Jim sim of your curry. A little that's kind of her. There's a quality. I did not think it was going to be like this for some reason, and I don't know why. Because there's no sweetness I thought it was going to be sweeter, I think, because it looks like orange juice. I think the color really affects the way you, you taste. I think I'm getting an an orange hit off of it. And I'm not. Yeah. You're right. I tried it with my eyes closed and it's gin and a little bit of ginger, and centrists. Why can't have any more? The term doesn't really punch you the pace. No. So seems like. Seems like the color. Yeah. No, exactly, as I say, I think this is going to go through you and you're gonna remember this. That's the way to the future. But that's. Yeah, that's neat. So the cinci beer in the turmeric just seems to the Lyman sort of rotated forty five degrees. Maybe that's what it is. Because it doesn't taste super limi-. That citrus maybe that's what your brain says. It's orange when it's not because of his orange. I wish I'd known how again, this is our failings as humans. Is it similar to? Keila sunrise, tequila, sunrise or observe. Is there a drink the sunset? This. Could be I'm sure there but is at the tequila sunrise, and that's that's really different sunrise because it's layered, though, because it looks like a sun rise in clowns. The. Because this is maybe this is what I've heard that the Taj Mahal right next to it as the river, isn't it? That's where they, they burn all the bodies dump them in the river. There's somebody out of touch, Mahal locale. So this is look the other way some look at the sunset. But it's very neat to try, and I'm delighted that we've got some new product in completely wacky drink because simple as it is to Merick is the is the I think that's the key that, that, that brings everything else it up. I mean, if I would have this more than once I would order, and then the say that again or if I thought, so we're else. I'd have it there. Right. It's. It's. The home. If I was feel like you get more of the seaside goats off of it now. So maybe that's broadening my other stuff could be. Plus, I haven't watched the shakers since last time and there's actually helped growing now or what they could seem to meet. I'm gonna throw an inex- splash of ginger beer, only because I got an next to me because I love ginger beer. But see this is where I this is me as a neophyte cocktail person. Sometimes you think I think what I like is what I want to have in which case I should have had what I wanted and not try to make what isn't what I wanted. I like dingy beer is something more or ginger your forward. I like that. Do you want to try it? Because it's right now it's reached a hint of ginger, but just a handed ginger. Yeah. That. And. Want to settle your stomach? You're talking. Thank you, welcome. Yes. I like what I'm trying to make it into. And I think this even adds a little bit more of a curry element to it because of the ginger quality to Mark no butter chicken sons. Favorite? Yeah. So I could see a little bit more heavier on the ginger beer. If that if that's where your flavor. I, I kind of like I like that even more I've invented a new drink. Yes. Three ounces. Ginger beer and don't shake. That's right. It's taj. Mahal sunrise. The other way don't shake it just there it. And yeah, I don't I hope that this cleaned up. Dave this. I have my doubts. Well, that's why they're not going to do it right. On his table. Trying your gift. So there is a there's a space between these things. Hey, bro. It's dark. Same Dave, Dave will never know this. And maybe this can go through the dishwasher, you put a little bit of bleach on that. That's going to go into the white. Eat drink play. Happy hour staying with yellow. Rinta to me. Though. I it's still my brain is saying there's a little bit of orange in there. Yeah. Especially now that I put more ginger in it tastes even more orange in my head. We've got a good photo of it. That's gonna show just how orange this is so. Oh, yeah. Let's like whose sole. Alias. Better. All right. Very good. Very good. Thank you again until Jack and please send in your booze and your suggestions for how to use it. It goes for companies to remind us to use your product. The Sheringham company is getting all sorts of press out of this award-winning Jin. Nobody knew about it until now. We've mentioned we're or groundbreaking trending on Twitter. Hashtags sharing. Awesome. It might. Statement picture. What of anything knowing you should take a picture of anything with your phone with a picture of you? Boom. Nobody's buying that I'm going to rinse this out while you guys talk about me, because I don't think we need the tumor stuff to mess with the next drink, which is called the lay. Aloha. What would you like there's another shaker unless you wanna leave the room? Oh, there isn't a shaker, okay? We're going to do that. Aloha Layla now. This is an interesting story at my interesting. I mean not terribly interesting at all. But by saying this interesting story, it piqued your interest land all ears now we to hear more about it, but it is not interesting. No, no. But here I'm going to say again, here's an interesting story overly now you're doubly interesting. You can't wait the suspense is killing that you've already been devoted tease the name of the drink. Out, lei, Aloha own. I thought you were just saying Hello, Hawaiian. That's right. With the French thing on the front, French guy. The whites greets people lei Aloha. We have in British Columbia, the BC liquor board. Right. And they have their own stores. There's independent stores. Right. But there's also the official government liquor store you're here, and that's where you wanna go to get your off air. Don't go to these independent. Unless you want selection. Which might have slept better selection, but you're gonna pay through the nose for it. I will not rest until all of the independent starts visiting, that's my feeling exact and less. They'd like to sponsor episode, which case I have nothing. But glowing pro film as the best. Yes. Right to forty eighth liquor store at the co op is amazed balls. I would say. But at the liquor stores, they sometimes a little recipe things that's pay extra money. That's right. No, you'd pay less what you pay less government, liquor stuff to get free recipes. Exactly. And if you're like pro union, they're all unionize you're living wage. Exactly. Whereas you go to the independent. Yeah. Probably some serve income assistance, imagined. No, their habits while the murder drug addicted or drugs are mix a lot of coffee. So this time this was on a little pad. And I just took it. I just took it shooting up to pay for them, pay for it. And I took really good care of it up until about a week ago when I found it under my foot in the car. And I said, well, I used this fast. And fortunately, one of the ingredients in it is, Jim, that's lucky. That's now when we use we use Jin, we could use your sharing your sharing Jim Jin, again, to make this entire sharing in Joe, gosh, sharing the Sheringham's dangerous forty-three percent, Kahal gender. It's catching up. You now so we could use that if you care to part with another four ounces of it or we tanker rain. Used a mop the floor British hospital. Sponsor. Better known as a disinfectant. Yes. No. That smell of pine Sol both of that is anchor Ed. I'm kidding. I love tiger should've opened. So what do you think has you're the keeper of the gym? I mean I liked tanker. Let's let's, let's do a traditional Jin on this one. Okay. So this calls for Jim, which I knew we could get a hold of the calls for hibiscus. Sierra. Now. Where are you going to cheat a little bit on this? It's gonna work out. Okay. What? Well, sometimes people have fancy branches mostly ladies have their fancy branches. And they'll talk about the guys. So guys if your lady wants to have a fancy brunch, you know, God, you have an offensive bribed then going any fancy brunches, and I'm going to the fancy branch and what they do there is they buy these jars of abyss Casse flower pop them on top of their champagne and brench Drissa. And then they get a little tipsy, and then they started telling stories about you, folks. You gentlemen out there or you ladies if your partner happens to be also a lady, but be rest assured the deal. This is stories about me all of this stories. About you. I'm from stories about, you know, I've traveled alone with your wife in a car. So I've got stories about out there. I got Fred story and for ten dollars spill all spill all of them. Yeah. Right now. Laura's thinking what the hell did I say? Elysee sets up, Laura, you said stuff. Nothing gross..
"jim jin" Discussed on KGO 810
"This, this, no, sir, I discussed this with our lawyers. They consider it murder damn their aids. Yeah, there's no poison Donut right? You can go for Jim Jin. He heating in was just in San Francisco last weekend, but he has a great bit about donuts. You know it's just an excuse to have Kate for breakfast. It is. And what's wrong with that? A lot of breakfast food that really is just that, you know, the whole idea of, you know, the British Crump which thing where they put on the, you know, the preserves any kind of preserves and jellies that you put on toast, or, and that really is just your own version of doughnut. Yep. Why not just get right to it? Let's just put sugar and cake and everything together role in some cream and serve it up. I'll, I'll, I'll go straight to the coffee cake made by hoagies. All. Everybody's got their when it comes to suites. I find people and you notice this, particularly if they're these display cases of donuts. If you go into any doughnut place, look at how people here into that glass, and they look at the donuts, and they're contemplating, I mean, there's real thought going into this. I mean you you'd think they're, they're picking out like a wedding ring or something. Got that kind of that. It's, it's I've never seen as much focus generally, when it comes to what people are going to put in their mouth and chew on as I do when they're picking out a doughnut. Yeah, that's because it you know, the thinking of I'm gonna blow my calorie count in one sitting I wanna make good. I, I don't think as choice all respect bread. I don't think calorie down has anything to do with it. I think I think this is a purely test related moment for everybody. You know, do I want the sprinkles? No, neither chocolate on top. I want the chocolate inside. I think that's what's going on there. But I love how much time is spent picking out that Donut. So happy national Donut. The other thing about national Donut day they'll move on. But because of war crazy stuff happening with the warriors death threats and you know, one of the minority owners getting thrown out, but the other thing about national doughnut day, that's funny to me about these national days. Now the national Donut days been around for seventy six years. I think, but there are a lot of national days that are just kind of coming in, and particularly with the riser social media. We sort of at all of these days, you know, national puppy day, and right? Brad, I mean who gets to decide that those, I really don't know that is a great question and some good, you know, like national civil rights day, you know, gay pride month. These are things that are, you know, that deserve to be heard and to be focused upon. But when I see, like national Donut day or national puppy day, I think. You know, doughnuts puppies, don't really need more good pub. They already get a lot. You know, it's sort of like a national hot girl at the football game day. You know what I mean? I don't think you need. She needs a day. No. She's got all the attention. She requires right. National talk like a pirate day used to be a big thing around. Right. Right. Right. That that's and that's still a thing. But you're right. It was really thing about ten years ago, five years ago. Anyway, what's going on with your dubs? I mean, leave aside the game now the penalty that was handed down for the minority owner five hundred thousand dollars. And he was banned for a year after after shoving a raptors player. And you know, this is an incident, it's this is when. Well, a bunch of stuff happened going for a loose ball. A Kyle Lowry was a raptors player fell into the into the crowd, right? Yeah. And I saw that. I didn't see this other part. I thought I saw it but I didn't. It's the falling into the crowd part. I saw, but the shoving of Kyle Lowry by this guy. And I didn't know this minority owner, I guess he's did you were you aware of him knows at all? Not at all. Mark Stevens five hundred thousand dollar fine. He can afford it. He's a billionaire. Yeah. Lives in Ashburton where a lot of other billionaires live. Right. Nothing wrong with that. And there's nothing wrong with being a billionaire. You know, I don't hate on rich people necessarily. But if you're rich you can do things like sit courtside at the game. And by the way, if you're a minority owner you can definitely sit cars at the game isn't a certain level of decorum required. If you're going to sit courtside, absolutely. When you're an owner big time, he's issuing a statement. He says he takes full responsibility for his actions. He says he's embarrassed by what transpired and then everybody seems to have an opinion about it. All obviously the warriors released a statement, apologizing, the coach curve issued a statement apologizing on behalf of the team Klay. Thompson came out say he's saying he's going to give him the benefit of the doubt. Not sure what that means. I think the biggest controversy here Mark is that if a fan pushed a player that fan would never be allowed to go to another NBA game ever. No. Yeah. Should that? I mean it's so. So why, why is this guy getting just a one year suspension, or you know, and they do this? You know if you've never been to an NBA game. I mean, there really is a quality of being right in the game. You know, you're right there by the court. It's just like watching hoops anywhere, like you could watch them in downtown Corp out, you know, behind a high school or something. And there's that same quality and that's really a great quality being so close to the action, but sort of the, the covenant you've made, right? The deal you've struck is. I'm not going to touch the players even though I could reach out and touch them. And so when the players tumble into the crowd or whatever I mean, it's sort of one of those moments, but generally speaking, you know, it's g I hope everybody's okay? You see them tumble into photographers all the time and over the scoring over the scores table. So, but this wasn't even him tumbling into this guy Stevens. Right. I don't believe actually tumbled into him. It didn't seem like it was not on purpose. It was clearly not on purpose. Oh, you mean Lowery going into the crowd wasn't up? I know he's gone for a loose ball. Right. Exactly. So this guy Mark Stevens is not really talk. But even if he were tumbled upon like it wasn't as you as you say it wasn't on purpose. And then he got up and shoved him. Right. Isn't that what happened? He's shoved him and was kind of smacktalk and him with a lot of expletives. And that's when he was squirted out. So he's this billionaire. He's the minority owner and as Brett says he didn't get the same penalty that a regular fan would get. I just like you. I didn't catch the whole thing. I keep trying to see in reruns, they got a couple of stills that are making the rounds. So it's hard to, to decipher exactly what happened. Obviously, there's so many witnesses, who are there, at the in the NBA in its decision of kicking them out for an entire year says it weighed several factors in making the decision on this one year ban saying that he doesn't have a history of this thing. So. Here's a I want to say one thing four Mark Stevens. I don't know Mark Stevens. And if I did I probably tried to get a hold of a couple of those tickets as not going to be using for next. But. He said, I take full responsibility for my actions last night at the NBA finals. And I'm embarrassed by what transpired what I did was wrong. And there is no excuse for it. Mr. Lowery deserves better. And I have reached out today in an attempt to directly apologize to him and other members of the raptors and warriors organizations. I'm grateful to those who accepted my calls. I hope that Mr. Lowery and others impacted by this lapse in judgment understand that the behavior I demonstrated last night, does not reflect the person, I am or have been throughout my life. I made a mistake and I'm truly sorry. I need to be better and look forward to making it right now. I have to say I take that as a sincere apology. You know, I think this is a guy. I don't really know his situation coming up, but he's clearly a person of privilege now and I do think that people have privilege oftentimes behave as though the rules don't apply to them. And guess what? The rules don't apply to them. We've talked about it before on the show. It is what we see with rich lawmakers in Washington, what we're seeing right now with this administration. Even I mean I don't mean to get into that, but I'm just saying you see it everywhere. See people trying to buy their way to the front of the line in this case. But in this case bread, I just to make a finer point on it the rules don't apply to him here either. And here's why. Because he didn't get the same penalty that a regular schmo. Going in to see the dubs game would get if he pulled that stuff. So he did get off the hook his privilege, his position, his money, whatever his connection he's treated differently. And is that fair, right? By the way, if you have a thought four one five, eight hundred eighty eight ten four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten but here's the other side. Look, we love roasting people in the new America. We, we really I mean, a place and a country that is so full historically of mercy. And grace, we've become a place where we really just want to see people fried. I mean all the way the maximum penalty for everything because we feel aggrieved, sort of in this country in so many different ways, and it may just not just be this country. But this is the country were in the only one I really know. But I, I guess what I'm saying is to, you know, to pull the lever for maximum penalty all the time. Even in the face of what seems to be a heartfelt apology. I mean, there's no warning one and done. Now again, the argument is no, but that would be the penalty for somebody else. One and done, you wouldn't give any but any other fan of chance to write an apology and get off the hook. So I'm caught on this. I mean is this too in? Tense. I mean a calling for a lifetime ban is that too intense. Are we piling on again the apology? And his previous, you know, he doesn't have a record of doing this of acting out that way. And that's how the NBA came to its conclusion that it was going to find him a half million dollars. And then a ban him for just a year. I think it's a I think it's a fair compromise and. It's not as though. Yeah. And again, I don't really know the history of Mark Stevens, and, you know, we, we know almost by not knowing that he's not an in your face guy. Right. I mean, we would know him if you were some guy who was constantly trash talking referees, and constantly trash talking other players and opposing teams. Right. He doesn't have that rep from everything I've read. So I don't see it. I just I think exactly exactly what you're saying. I mean, it is a compromise, but is it equal is it fair? Yeah. It's trikes me as as reasonable. But again, if you have a thought for one five, eight hundred eighty eight ten it gets to broader issues. That's why I talk about rich people feeling entitled, but I think if you just look at it on the merits, it probably is an appropriate penalty just the one year. It's sad. It's sad. That it's taken the narrative now nationwide. I mean it's in USA today today. Well, it's the and the other team the other teams look at the dubs as this team, that's sort of it's a bunch of golden children. You know what I mean? They're user friendly. They're all they're all like it's almost an America's team kind of thing. Right. Right. Steph curry is so such a great ambassador for basketball and everybody on the team has that rep. You know. But it's not a bunch of bad, boys. They recently did a poll about people's favourite NBA team. And only three states came out with the Dobbs being there. Number one favorite team. Sometimes we sometimes, unfortunately, when teams win too much, or they become a dynasty. There's a certain segment of society that doesn't like that. Apparently just just as much as like Don Henley would sing about dirty laundry, laundry, and, and the society wanting to tear down people who are at the top like billionaires. Yeah. Yeah. And when we come back, maybe we can just touch on these death threats that the that the warriors, I guess it's the it's really the wife, right? Of the warriors owner is that what she's getting the death threats now. Nicole Koran she is the wife of Joe lake Evan was sitting right next to be on say. So when we come back, how does beyond say, and that whole world of Jay z? How does that work into the scene? It does and the scene include death threats. I know crazy. We'll talk about it next. I'm K. G. O. Mark thompson. I'm K G. O.
"jim jin" Discussed on X96
"Well, sometimes I wish I lived in England. Well, because I like what are the things are from England. But sometimes I wish I lived there because well, first of all I could call little drink cans Timmy's, call pennies, I didn't know that. And and I could get in my Tenny gin and tonic. From girl on the train British people. Love tennis, and it was so solidified last week as many jumped up to defend labour, m p Diana, but for enjoying a tinny while she was on the T F L television. I guess it must be TV show. Yeah. Like, Diane, many people favor a local supermarket tinny. And she had a m s hito. A penny of mo- hito. Nice soda, can they're they're sort of skinnier. I think with the Mojo in it. But if you prefer premium quality spirit here is good, news sip Smith has launched its first ever. Tenny it's a fifty milliliter gin and tonic filled with its classic one dry gin, which is a June. I actually kinda liked because it tastes really like a pine tree. I mean, it's very very very piney real juniper juniper, which is like the that. I sort of have the tendency not like Jin's, and I know it's the big thing. These days to you know, have them. It's a botanical Jim Jin has different Serbs firms in it. Yeah. Just want that juniper berry straight ahead flavor. Two versions are available one with regular tonic water and the other with a light calorie tonic water Tenny of gin and tonic. Wouldn't that? Be nice Bill. Does these stories to line you that the world is grown up? And one other story here. I don't know if this is big news or just sort of interesting in passing they're working on the guardians of the galaxy three. Yes. And. Chris Pratt says he is so glad and proud of Disney for rehiring, James Gunn. He said I was thrilled and excited. It was the right move. I really stand behind it. I'm proud of Disney for hiring James back and ultimately thrilled not only for us. But also for the fans, I think it's going to wrap up the trilogy. This guardians of the galaxy trilogy in the very best way. Well, it's just his voice and fingerprint the entire both of those movies the entire concept of doing without him. I don't know you if you could it would just feel different his support of James Gunn shouldn't come as a huge surprise. I guess because after his departure the guardians of the galaxy cast all wrote a letter of support for James Gunn signed by all starring actors, and it it was touching go for a while though was to whether he would come back, but. But they they felt that he could do it. And yeah. Governor Herber has announced that he's being treated for skin cancer. During a groundbreaking ceremony of at a new elementary school in west Jordan on Wednesday at the event, the in west, Jordan Herbert's, ceremoniously ceremonially signed education bills passed during the twenty nine hundred general legislative session, and he was wearing around bandage on his right cheek under his eye at the ceremony. Well, let me say I'm I'm here to give you a lesson on being reactive and proactive she this little thing right here. This bandage. That's reactive. I've had some cancer taken out of these kits. Can't cancer invisible. Tea is not silent proactive would have been when I was your age, wearing sunscreen for some reason, maybe this is in your story. Utah is one of the worst places for skin cancer in the country. Well, it's all of our outdoor activities outdoor activities. It's our elevation. It's yeah. The elevator has a lot to do with at the sun is. Less less filter. And it's and which is good that he was doing this. It's people not taking it seriously. They well, we don't live in California. So I don't need to wear sons everyday. I put on sunscreen every day. The powder some. Yeah. Sometimes, but I have also a lotion sunscreen that I put on this really good and not only some moisturizer about it. So it's got very good sunscreen. But I wish that skincare bad skin cancer on several and I will have more. But I wish I'd done it that as a kid because that's when I mean, the doctor says see these skin cancers were taken off of you. Now, those started when you were you know, when you were young man, you're fifteen years old or something or even younger with no sunscreen. Every day. Not just on my face your kids yet every day. No. I mean, if they're playing sports, I've they should wear. That's the thing. I would try to convince them, and I haven't been able to convince my kids put on some sunscreen every single keep one of those. I bought it because you're Matale just said to those it's called color science. It's a mineral powder sunscreen because sometimes like putting gooky sunscreen on your face is kind of weird. I keep one in my car and like for my kids. I'll give them a dusting of that four. We go out. That's really good stuff. It's expensive. But it lasts quite a long time. And it's not sticky on your now this lotion that I use in the morning, it's not sticky either. And it has it has Zeynep sunscreen in it, surprisingly and it still like for the first five minutes when it's on there. You can see it. You know, it's white, but it blends in really easily and quickly and doesn't leave my skin greasy either. Anyway, there's a little sunscreen. Chat for you study shows that in this kind of goes along with it Salt Lake City area is among the top ten worst places for short term air pollution in the country. Putting the health of millions of people in the region at risk. According to the report Salt Lake City Provo Orem ranked number eight of metropolitan areas affected by pollution during a certain time period and the Logan area came in at number eleven well, let's get right on fixing that awaiting according to the American lung association in a new warning about rising levels of dirty air that Americans are breathing. The cities are were among the cities were not among the top twenty five in the country for year round pollution, but they are in the top ten of worst short term air pollution areas. Students in. Ogden and inaugural school district are suing neighborhood business after the business erected a barrier blocking access to a road that students. Parents faculty of the district say they would that would make their commute much safer. The standard examiners reporting. The Weaver school district in August is suing IFA country store for access and the most recent ruling was in favor of the IFA in order for students and staff at Weaver innovation and two rivers high schools to use the traffic light to access their parking lot. They'd have to drive on a road that was built on IFA property county records label the road a public easement. But the firm the the farm supply store said the road serves as a public easement only two other properties within the same subdivision. But they're suing to they say we needed unblock. So that we can use it to access the light there. Let's see you. You know, you robo calls are getting worse. I feel like I've gotten a lot of them lately. I get I get two or three a day the robo calls come when you're driving. They bother you at night. And it doesn't matter where you are. They happen. The worst news is there's really no way to stop them. But you shouldn't have to. For the past few years. Robocalls have gotten worse and worse than there. This is the one I get a lot. This is your this is the vehicle vehicle information center and your auto insurance is about to know by click. Click the warranty on your vehicle is about to know look by. Like, many people there you've I've tried solutions. You know, I I added my telephone number to a do not call list. And that seems to me nothing. I do I blocked the numbers every time. I get always. But there seems to be no end of the supply of telephone numbers that they can call you from. There are a by some estimates. Nearly fifty percent of all calls this made this year in the country. Fifty percent of them will be spam calls. Robocalls phone calls reaching a point similar to the one Email the one Email to about twenty years ago. Spam emails that huge huge problem. So apparently, the Tel communications companies like apple and Verizon are working on solutions to help their customers block those calls, but nothing nobody's come up with anything that works completely. Well, so far, I think the the variety phone, I have you have the same one the pixel. It's pretty good. It's got a screening I use that. Which I you know, you see a call and you don't recognize the number, and you touch a little spot on the screen, and it says what the person here's then on the phone. The other end will it'll say this call is being screened if you have something legitimate to talk about something like that. Please state your name and why you're calling and then. Then I have the option of picking up only once has anybody ever done it. So that means it was a real person who was a real person and said, oh, this is so and so's doctor's office. And I'm trying to reach Mr. Allred. Oh, so this is a real and I answered it. But but mostly they they hang up. They just hang up when they get that screen. So and I just wish I didn't have to do. It bugs me. Let's see I think that's about it. We still have a little time here. One minute one more minute. Let's do this. Then. Net flicks. Movies will remain that. Flicks movies will remain eligible for Oscars. Steven Spielberg was very upset about Netflix movies being available for Oscars but net, the so the academy has been meeting and talking about it. And they said, well, a film has to have a minimum seven day theatrical run in Los Angeles County commercial theater with at least three screenings day for paid admission so seven days three screenings day. That's the statement from the academy website motion pictures released in nontheologically media on or after the first day of their Los Angeles County theatrical qualifying run remain eligible. So that means Martin Scorsese's upcoming net. Flicks. Crime epic the Irishman who I didn't know he was doing that. Yeah. The Niro it's likely to be prime Oscar contender coming award season. And it will be seen mostly by people on Netflix. Well and net. Flicks. Now owns a movie theater in Los Angeles County, groman Jovis, so that takes care of that. Yeah. So that's that's pretty interesting. So they so they will show it for seven days in three shown, maybe they'll show it more. I don't know. At least that and it'll be eligible for Oskar. That's pretty cool weather traffic..
"jim jin" Discussed on Side Hustle School
"Between her fulltime freelance gigs and a t-shirt business her schedule was full, but still none of these projects felt sustainable like many millennials, Don found herself spending a lot of time on YouTube watching how to and to to'real videos from top influencers one day, she was on her favorite YouTube influencers channel and noticed. A disconnect between the content being presented and the graphics that were used and she started seeing this as a trend with many top influencers, they had millions of followers sometimes their graphics still had a homemade feel. That's what she saw new opportunity arise. What if she could create better more brand, suitable graphics and offer them to top influencers on a whim, Don with a sample design for her favorite celebrity? Jim Jin is a Korean American fashion blogger with more than two million subscribers and emailed it to her. She told her she wanted to make your brand stand out more by creating visually stunning. Graphics and to her surprise she received a response within fifteen minutes. Just like that. Don, had her first client. She began doing graphics for Jim on the side while continuing her other freelance work startup costs were extremely low exactly fifty three dollars a month for a go. Be creative cloud and twenty dollars a month for website hosting. It wasn't long until she started receiving inquiries from other YouTube influencers asking design help within three months of doing this on the side. Don believed this could be a fulltime career. She began to wrap up those other freelance jobs and focus her time and energy on growing her YouTube work within six months, he was dedicating her time solely to this audience. When she first started bringing in an extra fifteen hundred dollars per month..
"jim jin" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Do I his wife going out there with her Hollowell own hot sixteen balls? I don't do. I am bobber. And I'm here to say he would not be repping date. This you down. I don't be on beaten. Everything. Do I do it? I got a good impression. Playing basket ball. We learn. Ass. Ow. He gonna do that bounce pass. She goes still it. That will not end whale. Oh my God. What is going on? Jim. Jin who my God right now. No, you know, no Carolina fucked up, but I'm looking I damned I'll like damn. I gotta beat for the month of. Anybody can do like they currently moving up the ranks. Tanya pin is going to be like the PSA a teacher superintendent is now the governor to go today on what the fuck Donald right? Oh, yeah. The fallout accumulate from governor north, and that's what's funny. They were sitting on a house, but black face cards like just took down the one that the top it it everything started. Crumley is just and I did like maize and he did lack phase. And this new raping people. I'm sorry guys. By the time. We get down to the chain of command is going to be like a secretary or Janika. Just like somebody. There's a interns I working on the weekends. All my hands was cool to spayed unit. Governor teen years old you ain't had time to fuck up yet delete Twitter account at come governor state. My goodness. So I don't know. Oh, they all step down a Republican state assembly. Speaker Kirkland cocked would take over the state house. God Yana gay to stay back to the. Come home. I guess that's the breaks. Zero to hide your care..
"jim jin" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Said he didn't have any transactions daily has transaction. So we need to get the facts and ask for Trump's continued denigration of the Muller. Pro Senator Schumer says no one especially not the president can credibly claim that the investigation is a fishing expedition render Kenyon Washington through the significance of Cohen's play. Republican congressman Mike Turner of Ohio points out that once again, this is a guilty plea about lying, not collusion. About everything. And I think it certainly we're going to have to wait to see how this again, what's notable is that the the guilty plea today did not involve collusion or collaboration with Russia with respect the investigation. We don't know whether or not that's coming or not. Democrats say all the lying points to a pattern. The president was up in tweeting about this early this morning from Argentina. He wrote quote. Oh, I get it. I am a very good developer happily living my life. When I see our country going in the wrong direction to put it mildly against all odds, I decide to run for president and continue to run my business. Very legal and very cool. Talked about it on the campaign trail likely looked at doing a building somewhere in Russia put up zero money zero guarantees and did not do the project witch-hunt. Exclamation point. The president tweeting that early this morning. Meantime, Paul manafort's lawyers are due in court today as Robert Muller's team is withdrawing his plea deal on the grounds that Manafort lie to them. The prosecutors are expected to provide some detail on the alleged false statements today wins news time nine twenty five. While all this is going on President Trump is in Buenos Aires for the g twenty summit where today he joined with the leaders of Canada and Mexico to sign a new trade agreements, replace NAFTA. The president called it a modern agreement which benefits the US this will help stop auto jobs from going overseas. Then it will bring back auto jobs that have already left many, many jobs are already planning to come back. Many companies are coming back, and we're very excited about the president will not be meeting with Putin at the g twenty is originally planned he cancelled that meeting over Russia's actions in Ukraine. Sierra Nevada brewing company has come up with a fundraising beer. Proceeds to go to wildfire relief efforts in California to make sure there's enough to go around Sierra Nevada shared the recipe with more than a thousand other breweries around the country who knew there were that many, and they will all be selling resilience IP as it's known Sierra Nevada's working with mall top and use suppliers to make sure all participating breweries kept the ingredients. They need in hopes that one hundred percent of the proceeds will go to relief efforts. Sierra Nevada is headquartered in Chico, California. Just west of what was the town of paradise? When's news time nine twenty six. Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins. Here's Andrew O'day. We may see a mildly lower open for Wall Street and just a couple of minutes as investors embrace caution. Over optimism trade talks between the US and China president's Donald Trump, and Jim Jinping or having dinner tomorrow evening as part of the g twenty seven to Buenos Aires, sesame futures down seven NASDAQ futures off six Dow futures down ninety. One Mary investigating that data breach of discovered this month would apparently began in two thousand fourteen that has Marriott stock down five percent in pre-market trades, essentially underscoring the seriousness of this information to those who are invested in Marriott oil futures right now. Pulling back three percent to fifty dollars a barrel on the nose again. Just ahead of the opening bell s&p futures down eight points. Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. Amanda row day for ten ten.
"jim jin" Discussed on KTOK
"Newsradio one thousand patio k sixty seven degrees during this beautiful holiday weekend. We hope you're being safe and blessed. This is the garden party on one thousand K T O K, Jamie Ashmore, Mike Gannon. I'm Gwen Falkiner Lippert and Connie wants to guess, Hello, Connie welcomed one thousand McCartney is it. Yes. And it's not seem like a Gregg actually text messaged mean ASU MAC that is such a good guess because they they do have berries. Yes. And they persist throughout the winter. But it's it's not that tall. Okay. But that was that's a good guess. Thank you. Thanks for guessing. I'm say the berries of SU MAC for the shining cmec, you can actually make tea out of them. And it tastes just like peak lemonade. Paint lemonade. Hey, john. Do you have a guess? Hello, john. Bush bush. Yes. Say it again. Bush. Now, I don't know what that is. Yeah. I don't know what that is either you say a monk Bush. No. Do you see K o? But but now let me let me make sure that's another name for what I'm looking. I'm looking at. Yeah. Let's see what about Bush where do you see a buck Bush, John? Jaber? Fish. Okay. Oh, no. Actually, that's that's on it. That's the Ananth. But that's I'm thinking I'm thinking that is that like the one that has a little berries and flowers white. Yes. Oh, it's called the snow Bush. Yeah. That's that's a good guess too. But this is sort of more you'd probably find this more than like a woodland situation. Thanks for guests. So let's say hasn't been guest native to Oklahoma. Yeah. And really, I mean, I have my. Senate plan. Right next by beauty berries. And it does is like I I like my plan of the week. But it's way tougher than beauty berry bed Beatty, berries like so much prettier. Hello max, do you know, I wanna guess poke salad poke salad, I love poke. But that's on it. And it's a Polk is actually deciduous to die to the ground and goes Kazbek up. But I love pope do you poke max, I do not I don't either. But my mother used to love to Jerry rations away from Polk eaters. The most I know about it is the song. Yeah. The Gators got your green. Thank you mix. All right. Thanks. All right. Keep listening, maybe Margaret. Oh, no. Hi, Margaret, you're on one thousand T. Okay. Graham in the past you spoke of curly often with someone who is a structural engineer. I remember his first name was Jim. Yes. Jim. Jin Dell and his company is an Assad Z A S as Z. I I believe a n a s as Z I. Yes. Okay. Okay. And another thing I would like to have if Jamie at at today or sometime in the future, if he would give some recommendations for his favorite garden tools. Oh, that's a good idea. I was just I was ordering them this morning when I should have been working for got. We can talk about that. I'll tell you what we're gonna pause for pox news. And then when we come back, we'll add a couple of bulbs and then talk about favorite garden tools. How about that? Okay. All right. Thank you for you. Hey, I got an upset alert here upset watch. But with three minutes left in the first half, Ohio State twenty one Michigan six. Michigan loses. No you wins out or you go to the two playoff week. Really? Georgia's play Obama Georgia's to play Alabama. You're listening to one thousand KT okay as the garden priority come on back. Fox news. I'm Karen McHugh. A new report from the fed says we're already being impacted by climate change report says every part of the country is going to feel the effects of global warming if greenhouse gas emissions remain the same the predictions are dire. The report says global warming will cause billions of dollars report contradicts. President Trump who has raised skepticism about climate change and has rolled back former President Obama's environmental policy, Jerry Thomas. The Wall Street Journal says the President Trump is not happy with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin some say weigh more heavily on the market is actually the trade dispute between China and the United States those tariffs. And according to the Wall Street Journal Mnuchin has been on the side of trying to come up with a quick compromise. Something that has drawn the ire of the president Brian tweet Friday. The president said he was extremely happy and proud of the job being done by Mnuchin. This is Fox News. What day.
"jim jin" Discussed on First Things First
"And then these two are like this is when we can get some practice known Brad Stevens. Oh. Today. Well could have been. No, you got it. Right. I thought you were going to say I'm full Asaf that second. Briefly. The one plane name hot like Klay Thompson. Shoot that Jones. Sponsored by Gillette, clear gel. Klay. Thompson went off last night, fourteen three pointers. That's an MBA record. Also scored fifty two points in three quarters of action as the warriors dismantled. The bulls won forty nine one twenty four how impressive was Klay last night. Nick hairs impressive. Clay was last night. I is this one of his three best scoring performances ever. What does it displace the game six against the thunder, the thirty seven point quarter or the time he scored sixty plus through three quarters like it's got a place with this guy when he catches fire. He is the he's the best I've seen when he catches fire. I've never seen someone quite like him. It's pretty special. Jim Jin fifty six dribbles. It only took the score fifty two points. He had the bowl actually ninety six seconds. That's that's all soon ninety six ninety six that mean, he's getting it shooting a couple of dribbles Schouten it behind the pick shooting. It was awesome performance. Happy for clay. He was off to a slow. Start vs cold all year. Yep. Exactly. Right. Lakers. Lost the timber wolves last night. Jimmy, Butler, thirty two points for Minnesota Lakers fall to two and five. See what has to change for the Lakers now moving forward scouted. The game daughter Monterey. She was sitting in row six she lives in Minneapolis shoes. Doing those scouting for me. So. Monterey said late in the game. They don't know what they do with the ball. Daddy. Don't like go to like we have season tickets in Miami. You know days have a couple of things either go to doing way in a little pick and roll or LeBron put him in a corner. Then they isolate they don't know what they do in daddy go. You could see grew up around basketball around the bra. She knew it ain't got no way to close out the game. And listen Monterey Carter's scouting things. Yes, they need to get every loss this year. They've been right there. Two points in the final few minutes or a smaller deficit and many close it out. So that's a problem. Their defense on dominant post players. Lamarcus Aldridge gave them work is Karl Anthony towns gave them work last night. Also, LeBron had a bad turnover late his ball Hanley's. Never been a great ball. Handler only great for his size, but his ball handling this year has been shaky. They ended up being able to despite the turnover cut it to two with a minute twenty left, but they couldn't close now the loss of lakes, I shake it for the Dallas Cowboys. Toys, they fired their offensive line. Coach Paul Alexander on Monday. The Dallas Cowboys are three and four and they'll try to make a playoff push starting Monday night against Tennessee. Of course, you surprised by this move. I really am because I don't know how you're going to improve as an offense of line. It's where they've spent the most amount of money. It's also where they spent a highest draft picks. It's the best group that they have on the team. Now, I could see that the standard for them to be very very high because they have so much talent. But how do you get better as you're in season? Firing offense of line goes, it's a little puzzling to me CC who's the coach of the defense on the field the middle linebacker who's the coach of the offense of line on the field the center, and he's gone. Yes. So maybe what they've learned through eight games. Travis Frederick and addition to playing his position on all for local observations has been coaching up on the field. You make sure you got this guy watch this check and without him. They're seeing not only lesser played the center position, but the other guy so they thought they could get better. But what's jarring about this? Jason GARRETT'S never on his staff had a midseason firing until this one. So they saw something on film..
"jim jin" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"No not really i mean i i think that the design is a craft i know that it's fashionable talk about design thinking but i i mean i started learning the tools of the croft as soon as i left high school which sells eighteen and i was in the industry by the time i was twenty and that's when i saw the lynn so i believe that your first gig as a working designer was as the only employees to a man in sydney named anthony gins jim jin's got at you find us out and you've described him as an obsessive craftsman mad as a cut snake and there was an expletive in there which i took out and bonkers said what kind of work did you do for this bonkers obsessive crafts many was mad as a cut snake it was emotionally corporate identity he'd come out of a design agency called london that was probably most famous for doing the qantas identity system but he was a very radic strange man what made him so bonkers he i mean he had a crazy tempa and and he soon disappeared from my life after i'd left and gone to london come back when i think the police have chased him out of town so he would you know i think he was probably had some sort of strange pathology i understand that he was rather hard man to please in you would have to build calms old school style by cutting acetate choosing rub downs but you loved it do you still do a lot of work with your hands.
"jim jin" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"And he can shoot the moon right you can shoot the moon there's there's lots of different roles in ukraine they're so good who less fucking game anyway griffin luntz roles you should do a segment on wonderful just about uber now just about rule saw hannity lover i could see that when you have it ekachart your hand the resigned into ukraine and said did did at ekachart and you have a decade hinted cars in your hand you basically are holding a infinite entertainment device because you can play anything from mike gambling games a poker or blackjack to more traditional games like romney or jim jin rami you kerr part is crazy eights war go fish solitaire b s fuck in us like anything like it there's there's there's so many so many so many games so like you have one it's just infant games he could play on so many different occasions uh maybe you're just like hanging out at a at a beach house and use came in from the sun and you there some friends and others that cars it's like oh well let's cool down play a few hands hearts and that's really good you can also their games that are for one person solitaire to people three people for people however many people you have like this small thing that you can hold in your hand will generate a game for a your group to play no matter what maybe you wanna do a drinking game yeah with your party friends because you're partying maybe you want to do a partying drinking game that's an that's there's plenty of those also the only other it logical response when you see somebody plot a path of cards is oh shit.
"jim jin" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"And all the little beefs the comedians have enduring crowd work somebody showcase and just to really in the room ruining the room in our an hecklers head of very nuance on that we have rate viking harris pete type thing in there as well that the via the mythic doorman all my god harassed female good david letterman's for friend the guy who is just a hanging around forever he was there when i first audition while the off with his a this is a goes were daddy goes does with daddy does his wallet he said this chainlink wallet with this arte comedians become endured guys can just coming up through this system will get i'm just glad that you guys honored it so well and i you know it made me happy emotionally moved me i showtime has been very cool and they just give us um dave lobont michael essilor all the good people have made this really care and and jim jin jim gracious it's everyone known setting out to make a show it's not like anything i've been a part of but i don't think it's like anything has ever really been i know you're finally you know sort of opening the doors of that place it's not comedy it's that place dan it's a it's a drama with a lot of comic elements obviously because the stand up for us being able to make fun of each other and my comic stu and bus and says the i really in its wake though all those tropes are are still very young current.