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Asian student verbally harassed, spat at outside Fairfax middle school

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Asian student verbally harassed, spat at outside Fairfax middle school

"Public schools is looking into an incident in which an Asian student was verbally harassed by teens and Asian student was playing in a field outside of a Virginia middle school when some teams verbally harassed him about his race and spit near him. Police say the incident happened outside of Longfellow Middle School on Monday night. Fairfax County Public schools said that the student involved and the teenagers that verbally harassed him were not students at Longfellow. In a letter to parents about the confrontation, Longfellow Middle Principal Jim Patrick and nearby McClane High School Principal Ellen Riley said that they're committed to ensuring safe spaces for all students and interrupting any experience that would cause pain and trauma as a result of racially or other identity based violence. Gallery

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"jim patrick" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And so he got himself back before the first game of season. I think he sat only two weeks somehow got himself back, and he was ready to go. And and then here's another. Here's another great case, though, two of the power of camps in the summer very much. Joey came to our camp competed, like the dickens ran really well to tie had a good a good forty time on them and competed really, well and all the drills, but the other was the the satellite camp that he was at in Cincinnati in our coach. Went down to that. He played up. He had a double header going on in baseball the same day as camp. It was at my Ohio. Yes. And so the story comes back to me that he went to the the session in the morning for the football camp. Then he had to leave to go play into double header and then came back in the afternoon and ended up winning the MVP for db at the camp. And what he played a doubleheader baseball in between. Well, played one game one game one game in the morning. Then went played. That's what it was. They went back and had the winning hit in the baseball game. So that was it w played a doubleheader went the camp in between football camp got the MVP. And then went back to the baseball game. So I was like, man. That's awesome. That's great. How how do you do in baseball game going to find out? He had to have the gay winter afternoon as well. So that that really that really sealed it for us. And and then the next call I made was Derek back over at the baseball team because I love the two sport athlete, not only in high school. But also if they can do it in college. I mean, it makes it a lot more fun for me to go to the baseball games. If one of our football players is actually on the team so in play and not just spitting seeds right out there on the bench. But. Eric was really fired up about the prospects of Joey coming here. So then that's that's how we how we frame the recruitment from from. Then on was that he could do both play football and baseball here at Michigan e even the week we committed we came down to the Michigan camp we were in Atlanta and drove any played on Sunday in and drove down for the Michigan camp was I believe it was a Monday or the Monday or Tuesday. He drove down back from Atlanta to make the Michigan camps. Oh, you mean their power in the camps because we weren't going any cans because in the summer, it was always filled up with the baseball schedule. So this this past summer was the first time joy never been to any camps. We we had a couple of players back in the seventies. I coast here from seventy three seventy nine we had Rick Leach. Yup. A four year starter here at quarterback and a baseball player. And I remember spring game bull move the spring game. I think up to eleven o'clock so Rick could be participate in the spring game. And then a spur spring game was over jumped into the. Locker room put on the baseball uniform. They drove him over to the stadium for a Saturday afternoon baseball game. And he got into winning hit got their distant time to get the winning hit for the and then another one Jim Patrick. Yeah. Member jim. Yeah. Do remember, Jim? And he had a brother that played with a dodger som-, right? Tom Patry played with the dodgers about that same time. So back in bows day there were several baseball football football guys at that time. Toby Gerhart was outstanding running back for us at Stanford. He played both sports as well. And you know, the policy has always been for me in the places I've been is if they're elite elite coming out of high school in in two sports, then by all means we can we can make it work where you play play two sports..

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"jim patrick" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is Mitchell I'm calling from a pay phone. I'm on my way to the hospital with a girl named Helen Slater says she's unveils fiance. I think I'll stick with her while she claims she didn't know about the accident. But I'd never forget base. Like, I'm sure she's one of those pictures, you showed me the crowd at the scene of the accident. Must be those ruined down the law a police guard at the door. What does the doctor just going inside come on? I still don't understand what you were doing in called house. Mr Mitchell, I'm a newspaper correspondent I was working for a story about about his accident. If it was an accident. Why would anyone try to kill a calm? I haven't decided idea. Maybe you me. No. I'm Steve Mitchell, perhaps Lieutenant Jennings mentioned my name to you. Yes. He did house Dale still unconscious. I think can I see him perhaps shortly a doctor way into the room moment ago. Maybe he wouldn't have word. I wish there was something. I could do I think of car line here unconscious for a day and a half and not even knowing about you. Like yours eager on the story. I am Mitchell. Thatcher, isn't it? Yeah. Jim dodger we met in office. I sure miss later. This is Jim Patrick another correspondent. Mr. Slater is say anything, you know. I'm going to see the patient must be worth. What do you mean? Well to require the presence of two doctors one of them is in the room within Dell now talking about I am the only doctor guilty. Hey, we better take a look inside. What is your doctor? You were talking about. He's not here. Wait look at Dell in the bed. Tussle. I wish to thank all of you for coming here to my office. I think I have all the information. I need that breath. I don't understand. That's the show. The police department will leave nothing on Don in our investigation. I think there's killing verifies what I was telling you earlier today, Lieutenant della was apparently involved in something pretty serious. I'm sure car wasn't doing anything wrong. You say he never mentioned anything. He might have been involved in. You know, nothing you Mitchell miss later, Mr. Thatcher. You may go now, but please leave your dishes with me in the events were wanted for questioning. Twelve twenty three Sophia boulevard. See Sophia boulevard. Thank sorry. I had to meet you under such unfortunate circumstances Slater is anything. I. Fatter. I'm afraid there isn't. Fellow catcher. I've written address and telephone number down for you too. Lieutenant. That's one favor. I'd like what is it? Well, garland, I were pretty close. How things I'd given him cigarette lighter painting a few things like that. I was wondering if I could have back as well remembrance. I am sure that gets buried used after the hour. Thank you very much. You'll get in touch with me if there are any new developments in the case. That's why. Been very kind. Later. Mitcham any chance we had of gaining information from Dell is now gone. I dating case. Yeah. Frustrating, but not surprising with something is vital and valuable as those radar plans steak. It's no-holds-barred let this recapitulate as to his king. You say you and miss later arrived at the hospital together. That's right as we approach them. Dells rome. I saw a man and a white robe wearing a surgical mask go in the door. While we were talking to the guard actor came down the hall. I introduced later, and and the real doctor showed up they went into the room and discovered the body obviously this man in the doctor's uniform killer June dare. That surgical mask could have been anybody. Apparently, he murdered from downtown to get information as to the whereabouts of the papers. I thought that at first to Tanaka then I remember that sundial was unconscious at the time. So it couldn't have very well been that. I think the killer already has the papers and realized that sundown knew he had them. So he had to shut his mouth for keeps. But you say when there was a few hours ago, you were not unconscious whoever did obviously had been looking for the papers in the apartment you interrupted his. Yeah, that's the point. I think we're up against two teams in this ball game to hear why not that already has the plans the other outfits trying to find them and we're right in the middle. Nice thought, isn't it? Hm? Sure right in your assumptions, if the plans are already in possession, of course, the insects, then that means we've got to move fast to prevent those plans from getting out of Athens. Whoever has them undoubtedly knows your mental be covering all exits. So they'll probably try to cook up some cute angle to get the plans out this current Mitchell. What do you make her Helen Slater just where she fits into this deal? But. I'm sure she fits in some place. She lied when she said she didn't know about Sunday's accident. ABC lied about a few other things too. When. Where does this leave us Mitchell? Well, pretty much in the dark right now. Right after I got slugged in Dell's plays Helen walked in. So I never did get a chance to take a look around or you wish to go back there again. Yeah. Maybe we could find something there that will give us a line on Sundays has been playing ball. But I I gotta send the report back to my boss in the United States. I'll be within a few minutes. Coming in on the helicopter. Joe.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

16:51 min | 2 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"News Radio twelve hundred W O AI. Welcome back to coast to coast AM are guessing I Patrick, and we are discussing technocracy and Patrick and get back to the phones. But how cool is it coming onto coast to coast, and we get to talk a Little Rock and roll and global world economic conditions where else can you do that nowhere? I have I have to tell you. I'm right with you on enjoying the old. The old music is pretty cool. And it's too bad. That we don't have the same quality of music today as we did maybe a few years ago. Now, we're starting to sound like our parents when you say that I know exactly right. But you know. Yeah. Music reflects society it really does. And art does as well. And so not only are Bellamy. But art right now are bell to as well. And and you're right about that in in the audience here Costa, they're interested in all of the same things that the rest of us are in that, you know, music art conspiracy. The quest for knowledge is what ties is altogether, and they know that they can come here, and it's part of their family. And that's what they're going to get here and emotions are directly tied to music ended discussions that you are an eye or having tonight, it's emotional things and personal things that bring them to this program. And you're you're you're a hundred percent, correct. On that. Let's along the way you've got to when like I said, not many people know that that was not recommend. Okay. I'm just joking. Let's go to let's go to check this out. We love our truckers here. So let's go to marquee. She is trucking west of Phoenix Marchetto. Welcome do Costa Costa, you've got your bluetooth headset on right? Oh, yes, sir. Absolutely. Okay. Just making sure that you're driving safe out there in the open road. Oh, you bet. I am. And I've got to say for my first call into coast to coast because it just jumps to a whole 'nother level of cool listening excitement because I'm really talking to a rockstar host, Mark. Oh, you mean, Patrick oh. You mean, Patrick there you go. Both the y'all, but yeah, you're down on forever. Playing track of triumph. You're funny funny. You know, I kid all kid. Marquee to what do you what do you have for Patrick? Well, I have to additional question my first original one. So I'm also now very curious about the group for the nineteen thirties. It started out down there in IBM iceman area. Hell on earth. You have any idea may have influenced the group to come together. Because I doubt they were just sitting around one day and went, hey, you know, we should really get this organization going. I feel like there had to be an outside influence whether it was right. You know, Martina you bring up, you know, it's almost like the chicken. What comes first right? The chicken or the egg. And and. And that one really makes us scratch our head because that would be an awful big coincidence of this hanging out having coffee, and all of a sudden starting to write this practically a manifest pep thing. Then my other questions are how do out does the how does this group feel about bitcoin, yea or nay or indifferent? And then my original question is I remember a few years ago, I own and the government were kind of butting heads the government wanted apple to release. You know, basically be able to unlock the phone for whatever purpose? It was at that time in the media. Could it have also something to do with the fact that government was wanting to access these recordings we have because just like what you had said about the camera thing a buddy of mine right on the cusp of that story hitting the news was Dan there talking to his wife in the kitchen about, you know, maybe? Should quit smoking and less than six hours later eastern getting the ads for quit smoking products. And it was just words exchanged one time. Yeah. Yeah. You're you're right about all of that market. And thank you for the phone. Call drive safe, and we'll get to all of these questions. Thank you. Thank you marquee to Patrick. Let's start first who influenced the technocrats and the reason why I bring up the chicken or the egg. Aldous Huxley would did he did brave new world was that released nineteen thirty to thirty two. So were they influence was Aldus influenced by them or were they influenced by Aldous or was this just the climate? Well, it was partly climate. But but Aldous Huxley was influenced by them. He didn't have any direct input to Columbia at that point. Okay. But I will say that the Genesis of technocracy goes all the way back into the early nineteen twenty where study groups if you will I don't know what else to call him. But study groups were started to meet to talk about these concepts, and they were mostly the elite education people, you know, the the scientists and engineers and other influencers technologists that were influencers of the industrial revolution. They were the ones really that talked about this for about twelve years before called the the group that Columbia University congealed and the background to the whole thing was World War One World War. One was the great war. They called it because it was the first mechanized war if you will in history, and it was horrible. So many people died the carnage was so bad. The people were left. Just absolutely crushed by what had happened and a lot of these scientists and engineers who invented a lot of their commitment and stuff that that was used in World War One. They had a, you know, a huge concern that they had virtually destroyed the world, and that's kind of what you know, the social conscious kinda started these people talking early on it got a little they didn't know. Of course, the capitalism was gonna fail at that point. They're seemingly failed with the great crash in nineteen twenty nine edited depression that came after that, but they already had been talking about a lot of these issues and how they were going to rescue the world from itself. So there would never be another war like the first World War. We're gonna get out of the Genesis. Yeah. We're gonna get to bitcoin in a second. Let's get some more of these calls real quick. Let's go to Daniel in Wichita, Kansas. Daniel thank you for holding. Hi, Jim Patrick gimme. I got my time out keeping the plastics and posted knows Rick. And I said. Oh, man. I'm gonna get E mail from Rick tomorrow going dude, you know, I'm sure everybody understands the humor. Thank you for that. Dan. I don't know how to say this because I get ridiculed for it. I never ever touch a computer never touched a smartphone. I have to do business with certain places that use computers. I try to avoid it. I using my Bank account and withdrawn cash uh when people say my cell phone. My smart this. It's not there. It's it's a vice used by. Companies to gather information and. Isn't what people do just plain self inflicted. Daniel that's one of the best phone calls. I've had in a while. You are. Absolutely, right. Patrick when he and thank you for that. Daniel when he just said, you know, my smartphone. That's not yours. What a brilliant brilliant way to look at it. It is nothing, but a data collection device. That is a control of somebody else. You just think it's part of you and that the genius behind apple and how jobs made everything so personal right? Where you fell in love with these devices. Right. You had an emotional connection to it. When exact intention was the opposite. Exactly. No, you're right. And to the extent that you can avoid some of the stuff. It's probably good thing to do it. But unfortunately, there are so many other things that already have trap beyond that. And but it self inflicted. Yup. A lot of it is because it is voluntary. You know, what what we use our smartphones. Or smart anything for is a voluntary thing where those brand new shiny, sex dance. TV's come out. And the store or whatever. And you just gotta have one to watch the sports or whatever. Well, yeah. But it's a smart TV is probably got the ability to listen to you collect information on you. Do you Patrick I I'm gonna admit to this. All of the cameras in my house have tape over them all of the external microphones that are available have tape over them. That's what I do d-. Do the same thing. In many cases. I do. Yes. And I think that's really important to do that. You know, there's a picture of the even Bill. I think was Bill Gates. No, it was actually it was Mark Zuckerberg who somebody took a picture of him with his laptop. And he he had tested keynote over his camera. His laptop. What does that tell you? Right. I know that is that is way way too funny. Scott, another first time caller, let's go to Jamie out here. West impassive, Dina, California, Jamie, you're up next on coast. Jamie. Right. Jamie is not there. Let's try to get Jamie. Are you there? Yeah. We've got you now, Jamie. Oh, great. Okay. My question, or rather, I doubt any of these questions are the scientific revolution. Meter leap from the Nikki, lady nature, you know, clay minerals metal to just to human beings. You know, we need a humanism Christian humanism or what? Again, the rights, but. The underpinnings of the scientific revolution have much to do in this philosophy about. Technocracy Stalingrad things like this, actually, Jamie. I'm glad that we're actually going into this zone with Patrick Patrick got quite a bit of insight. Unloaded that question. Too much. No, you didn't. And thank you for the phone. Call. Patrick. I didn't want to get into to the bible side of things when it comes to these issues, but they're they're actually there. Well, there there are and I I will say that there's there's tremendous what I want to say there's a tremendous dot number of dots to connect between what we're talking about and bible prophecy. I I really believe that. And that that might be a show in itself it is. But but religion in general. The dark side of religion, not not biblical. Biblical statements, but the dark side of religion has been coursing through technocracy and transgenderism with a philosophy. That was started in the back around eighteen hundred called scientism and scientism postulates that all truth and only only truth can be discovered through the scientific method and the guy that did this happen to be the father of technocracy as well acknowledged. So by by technocrats was Henry Dessaint Simon. Anri Dessaint Simone, if you're French, right? And he stated around nineteen about around eighteen hundred. He sat a scientist. My dear friend is a man who foresees is because science provides the means to predict that it is useful. And the scientists are superior to all other men close quote. This is a scary proposition. But this gave way to a religious system that essentially worship science, and they believe that all other truth was just out the door cleaning the bible, well, especially the bible because the bible isn't, you know, they say, well, it's not the scientific method that you know, that proves all these things you just you read the bible, you believe it or not. But they believe you had to prove everything scientifically, according to the scientific method. And if that was the only way to discover what reality is all about. And so you have a worldview with technocracy based on scientists and on the other hand in within society. They have a worldview based on the bible and a diametrically opposed the bible says, you know, that there's truth contained outside of science and scientists I'm just the opposite. So. You know, there's a big conflict between you know, a religious conflict. If you will. Between civilisations at this point. And it is a very serious topic. A very deep too. I might add. We'll let me ask you this Patrick when it comes to technocrats our decisions based only solely on data. Right. Or is there decisions or the decisions that are based on emotion, or I, you know, an intuition or just something that you'd like right is is that out with a technocrat and technocracy? It is out. They data is there is there. God technocrats are absolutely compulsive about collecting data data is everything to them. We used to say follow the money. Follow the data or follow the money. Follow the power. I say now follow the data. Follow the power there. They go nuts over data. They have to have more. They can never get enough and data is what what monitors which. She used a monitor the machine you say, they they look societies giant a giant machine. They have to monitor what's going on on the machine in order to control it. So they collect data on you and me and everything else is going on in society as well. Not just not just personal data everything and go as far as something like the food that you eat or the the, you know, the color of the shirt that you want to wear so the purchases predetermined, you may like something, but they are going to sell you or force you to consume what the data shows not what you prefer. Or what your intuition is guiding you towards and that is what the economy would be based on. Well, it it is true. They they will tell you what they want to sell you. You know, when you talk about a controlling both sides of the economy all of supply and all of the right on some shine as well right there telling business people what they're allowed to make. And they're telling consumers what they're allowed to consume. That's not fun. And that is a and so that is again, we go back to Aldous Huxley and in one thousand nine hundred eighty four in the warnings these dire warnings of our future. And it seems like we're inching closer and closer to it. We've been warned, but it seems like we don't care. It's we're going to go. We're allowing it to happen. Well, we're gonna fix that. That's why we're talking. That's exactly right. Our guest tonight, our guest tonight Patrick would. And it is a Tanaka said it again. Tanakh Crecy type of evening here on fade to black or I said it again coast to coast. Why am I doing that? This is Costa goes, hey, mom. You'll see matures. We'll be right back. Do you have a photo that you think.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

17:24 min | 2 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. Welcome back to coast to coast AM are guessing I Patrick good. And we are discussing technocracy and Patrick we're going to get back to the phones. But how cool is it coming onto coast to when we get to talk a Little Rock and roll and global world economic conditions eight worlds, can you do that nowhere than I have. I have to tell you. I'm right with you on enjoying the old. The old music is pretty cool. And it's too bad that we don't have the same quality of music today as we did maybe a few years ago decades ago or starting at sound like our parents when you say that I know exactly right. But you know. Yeah. Music reflects society it really does. And art does. Well, and so not I mean, our bell. But right now our bell did a two as well. And and you're right about that in in the audience here coast to coast, they're interested in all of the same things that the rest of us are in that, you know, music art conspiracy, the quest for knowledge, it's what ties is altogether. And they know that they can come here, and it's part of their family. And that's what they're going to get here and emotions are directly tied to music, and the discussions that you're are having tonight, it's emotional things and personal things that bring them to this program. And you're you're you're. One hundred percent correct on that. Let's have a little fun along the way you've got to unlike I said, not many people know that that was not recommend. Okay. I'm just joking. Let's go. Let's go to check this out. We love our truckers here. So let's go to market. I she is trucking west of Phoenix Marketa, welcome to Costa Costa. You've got your bluetooth headset on right? Oh, yes, sir. Absolutely. Okay. Just making sure that you're driving safe out there in the open road. Oh, you bet. I am. And I've gotta say for my first call into coast to coast. I am just jumps. So a whole 'nother level of coolness an excitement because I'm really talking to a rockstar host, Mark Kita. Oh, you mean, Patrick oh. You mean, Patrick there you go. Well, really? Yep. Both of y'all. But yeah, you're laid down on forever. Playing track of triumph. You're funny funny. You know, I kid, you know, we all get that marquee to what do you have for? What do you have for Patrick? Well, I after listening y'all have additional questions. This is my first original one. So I'm also now very curious about the group from the nineteen thirties. It started out down there in IBM. I meant area. On earth. You have any idea may have influenced the group to come together. Because I doubt they were just sitting around one day and went, hey, you know, we should really get this organization going, I feel like there had to be an outside influence whether it was right. Eat on Martina. You bring up, you know. It's almost like the chicken. What comes first right? The chicken or the egg and. And that one really makes us scratch our head because that that would be an awful big coincidence of disguise hanging out having coffee, and all of a sudden starting to write this practically a manifest that thing. Then my other questions are how do how does the how does this group feel about bitcoin, yea or nay or indifferent? And then my original question is I remember a few years ago iphone and the government were kind of butting heads the government wanted apple to release. You know, basically be able to unlock the phone for whatever purpose? It was at that time in the media. Could it have also something to do with the fact the government was wanting to access these recordings? We have just like what you had said about the camera thing a buddy of mine right on the cusp of that story hitting the news was Dan, and they're talking to his wife in the kitchen about, you know, maybe. I should quit smoking and less than six hours later. He starts getting the ads for quit smoking products. And it was just words exchanged the one time, Jeff. Yeah, you're you're right about all of that market. And thank you for the phone. Call drive safe, and we'll get to all of these questions. Thank you. Thank you marketer. Patrick. Let's start first who influenced the technocrats in the reason why I bring up the chicken or the egg. Aldous huxley. Did he did brave new world was that released nineteen thirty to thirty two. So were they influence was Aldus influenced by them or were they influenced by Aldous or was this just the climate? Well, it was partly climate. But but all this Huxley was influenced by them. He didn't have any direct input to Columbia at that point. Okay. But I will say that the Genesis of technocracy goes all the way back into the early nineteen twenty where study groups if you will I don't know what else to call him. But study groups were started to me to talk about these concepts, and they were mostly the elite education people, you know, the the the scientists and engineers and other influencers technologists that were influencers of the industrial revolution. They were the ones really that the talked about this for about twelve years before called the group at Columbia University. Congealed and the background of the whole thing was World War One. World war. One was the great war. They called it. Because it was the first mechanized war if you will in history. And it was horrible. So many people died the carnage was so bad that people were left. Just absolutely crushed by what had happened and a lot of these scientists and engineers who invented a lot of the stuff that that was used in World War One. They had a huge concern that they had virtually destroyed the world, and that's kind of what you know, the social conscious kinda started these people talking early on as they got a little they didn't know course, capitalism was gonna fail at that point seemingly fail with the great crash in nineteen twenty nine edited depression that came after that, but they already had been talking about a lot of these issues and how they were going to rescue the world from itself. So there will never be another war like the first World War. We're gonna get out of the Genesis. Yeah. We're gonna get to bitcoin in a second. Let's get to some more these calls real quick. Let's go to Daniel in Wichita Kansas time, you thank you for holding. Hi, Jim Patrick, Jimmy. I my triumph and that keeping the plastic slaves. And I put a post notes knows Rick and I said. Oh, man. I better get E mail from Rick tomorrow going to, you know, but I'm sure everybody understands the humor. Thank you for that. Daniel. I don't know how to say this because I get ridicule for I never ever touched a computer never touched a smartphone. I have to do business with certain places that use computers. I try to avoid it by using my Bank account and withdrawn cash when people say my cell phone. My smart. If it's not there. It's it's a vice used by. Companies to gather information and. Isn't what people do just plain self inflicted. Daniel that's one of the best phone calls. I've had in a while. You are. Absolutely, right. Patrick when he and thank you for that. Daniel when he just said, you know, my smartphone. That's not yours. What a brilliant brilliant way to look at it. It is nothing, but a data collection device that is a control of somebody else. You just think it's part of you and that the genius behind apple and how jobs made everything so personal right? Where you fell in love with these devices. Right. You had an emotional connection to it. When he exact intention was the opposite. Exactly. No, you're right. And to the extent that you can avoid some of this stuff. It's probably good thing to do it. But unfortunately, there's so many other things that already have trap beyond that. And but it self inflicted. Yup. A lot of it is because it is voluntary. You know, what what we use our smartphones. And smart anything for is is thing with a brand new shiny, sex dance. TV's come out. You know, what the store or whatever? And you just gotta have one to watch the, you know, the sports or whatever. Well, yeah. But it's a smart TV is probably got the ability to listen to you. And collect information on you. Do you Patrick I'm going to admit to this? All of the cameras in my house have tape over them all of the external microphones that are available have tape over them. That's what I do d-. Do the same thing. In many cases, I do. Yes. And I think that's really important to do that. You know, there's a picture of even Bill. Bill gates. No. It was actually as Mark Zuckerberg who somebody took a picture of him with his laptop. And he he had sticky note over his camera, but his left. What does that tell you? Right. I know that is that is way way too funny. She another first time caller. Let's go to Jamie out here. West in Pasadena, California, Jamie, you're up next on coast. Jamie. Our Jamie is not there. Let's try to get Jamie. Are you there? Yeah. We've got you. Now, jamie. Oh, great. Okay. My question or rather? I've. Doubt into these questions how the scientific revolution made elite from the nuclear lady nature, you know, clay minerals metal to just to human beings. You know, we need a humanism Christian humanism or what? Again, the rights, but. The underpinnings of the scientific revolution have much to do in this philosophy about. Kasese Stalingrad things like this, actually, Jamie. I'm glad that we're actually going into this zone with Patrick Patrick got quite a bit of insight loaded that question. Too much. No, you didn't. And thank you for the phone. Call. Patrick. I didn't want to get into to the bible side of things when it comes to these issues, but they're they're actually there. Well, there there are and I I will say that there's there's tremendous what I want to say there's a tremendous dot number of dots to connect between what we're talking about and bible prophecy. I, you know, I really believe that. And that that might be a show on itself. It is by but religion in general. The dark side of religion, not not by biblical. Biblical statement. But the dark side of religion has been coursing through technocracy and transgenderism with a philosophy. That was started in the back around eighteen hundred called scientism and scientism postulates that all truth and only only truth can be discovered through the scientific method and the guy that did this happen to be the father of technocracy as well acknowledged. So by by technocrats was Henry the Saint Simon on the saints Simone, if you're French, right? And he stated around nineteen about route eighteen hundred he said, a scientist, my dear friend is man who foresees is because science provides the means to predict that it is useful. And the scientists are superior to all other men close quote. This is a scary proposition. But this gave way to a. Religious system that essentially worship science, and they believe that all other truth was just out the door, including the bible as well. Especially the bible because the bible isn't, you know, they say, well, it's not not the scientific method that you know, that proves all these things you just you read the bible, you believe it or not. But they believed you had to prove everything scientifically, according to the scientific method, and that that was the only way to discover what reality is all about. And so you have a worldview with technocracy based on scientism and on the other hand in within society. You have a worldview based on the bible diametrically opposed. The bible says you know, that there's truth contained outside of science and scientists obsessed just the opposite. So you know, there's a big conflict between you know, a religious conflict. If you will. Between civilizations at this point. And it is a very serious topic. So a very deep too. I might add let me ask you this Patrick when it comes to technocrats our decisions based only solely on data. Right. Or is there decisions or the decisions that are based on emotion or TIs time. I, you know, an intuition or just something that you'd like right is is that out with a technocrat and technocracy. It is out the data. Is there is there? God and technocrats are absolutely compulsive about collecting data data is everything to them. We used to say follow the money. Follow the data or follow the money. Follow the power. I say now follow the data. Follow the power there. They go nuts over data. They have to have more. They can never get enough and data is what what monitors. You used the monitor the machine you say, they they look societies giant a giant machine? They have to monitor what's going on on the machine in order to control it. So they collect data on you, and me and everything else is going on society as well. Not just not just personal data everything and go as far as something like the food that you eat or the the, you know, the color of the shirt that you want to wear so the purchases predetermined, you may like something, but they are going to sell you or force you to consume what the data shows not what you prefer. Or what your intuition is guiding you towards and that is what the economy would be based on. Well, it is true. They they will sell you what they want to sell you. You know, when you talk about a controlling both sides of the economy all of supply and all of the right on some shine as well. Right telling business people what they're allowed to make. And they're. Consumers what they're allowed to consume. That that's not fun. And that is and so that is again, we go back to Aldous Huxley and in one thousand nine hundred eighty four in the warnings these dire warnings of our future. And it seems like we're inching closer and closer to it. We've been warned about it seems like we don't care it's we're going. We're allowing it to happen. Well, we're gonna fix that. That's why we're talking. That's exactly right. Our guest today. Our guest tonight Patrick would. And it is a Tanaka. I said it again. Tanakh Crecy type of evening here on fade to black. I said it again coast to coast. Why am I doing that? This is coast to coast AM matures. We'll be right back. Do you have a photo that.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The kirk cousins angle is interesting the redskins are back in a position of power now because they could trade him before the league year begins the newly your begins they have him under contract until i guess march thirteenth because the 14th there's when the new league year starts what if there's a team out there that doesn't want to get into a bidding war and is willing to trade a couple of assets in exchange for kirk to make sure that that team that needs a qb doesn't than half q risk the thought of losing the guy they want or will all of the teams that are interested in bringing her cousins on board weight meaning wade out the redskins knowing that the redskins are not going to have him under contract passed a certain point and they would rather take their chances in free agency so there's a there's a song and dance there too for the other teams that need quarterbacks now the kansas city part of this again not a huge surprise maybe the timing is a surprise considering that not only was kirk cousins odd radio row this week already but so is alex smith though he'd been saying he'd been preparing to restart his career somewhere else but as recently as monday he was answering questions about his future well answering didn't really have a whole lot of answers when he sat down with jim patrick i wish i knew i wish list contractor i mean that's wishing control of this thing right i wish i was the one the got to be able to to to do this that's just not the reality if you're in control what would you do would uh you know jeff uh listen like i said i mean i you're you're not gonna like this answer at all not i mean i love i.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So the kirk cousins angle is interesting the redskins are back in a position of power now because they could trade him before the league year begins the newly your begins they have m under contract until i guess march thirteenth because the 14th is when the new lead year starts what if there's a team out there that doesn't want to get into a bidding war and is willing to trade a couple of assets in exchange for kirk to make sure that that t that he's a qb doesn't then have to risk the thought of losing the guy they want or will all of the teams that are interested in bringing her cousins on board weight meaning wade out the redskins knowing that the redskins are not going to have him under contract passed a certain point and they would rather take their chances in free agency so there's a there's a song and dance there too for the other teams that need quarterbacks now the kansas city part of this again not a huge surprise maybe the timing is a surprise considering that not only was kirk cousins on radio row this week already whatsoever so alex smith now he'd been saying he'd been preparing to restart his career somewhere else but as recently as monday he was answering questions about his future well answering didn't really have a whole lot of answers when he sat down with jim patrick i wish i knew i wish i wish i got a year to contractor intensity i mean that's not wish asia joe this thing right i mean i know i was i was the one that got to be able to to do this that's just not the reallocate but if you're in control what would you do would you you know jeff listen like i said i mean are you you're not gonna like this answer at all uh i love i love where i'm at right i felt like we 100 xiv the fella we as offensively last year this a ma in awesome things you know so but but who knows around and playing a long enough i've been through this before manila the trade deal so i'm not not naive to it you know this is crazy business loud crazy stuff can happen well yeah and it certainly did on tuesday nights it's after hours here on cbs sports radio so alex mathie my favorite part.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"F i can bring some levity not that the show these levies and up levity by police specially want me to find that so ban i have like ripped through my clauses looking forward and ideas you'll throw it out or did your wife throwdown idled thrown anything as we as he said if it was through thrown out which i believe it was were given to goodwill it's definitely the wife's to we'll take a break back with your phone calls right after this on the jim patrick shit podcast one is your home for the biggest names in pro wrestling we've got the animal dave batista with jim ross on the rust report our don't want to do what i want to go in order to be a poll program love the longest reigning wwe divas champion nikki mella with lilian garcia they've got a faint many when you have a great match like oh my god that's how you of a great aunt's with some hard hitting wrestling journalism with wade keller find out not just what's happening but also decoding why it's happening and whether it's good for france and the bottom line and the unfiltered an unpredictable thoughts of vince rousseau the tape to us what is considered big time get all these podcast and were exclusively on the new podcast one apple podcast onecom apple podcast stay tuned for sixty seconds of ap news headlines right after this podcast from the executive producer is tom brady michael strahan and golf him shoupo comes a revolutionary at t audience that work original doc you series religion is sports takes viewers on a weekly global journey celebrating the transcended power of sports suits religion is sports season two premiers coming up at nine eastern and pacific direct tv audience gentle to thirty nine couple of phone calls here john in massachusetts john when he have for me today.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Off to a great start and was having a great nine here's a danny treve then on his hit on davante adams after the game no wasn't it tunes this ron host to the blocking two months before the end into apart no of sorry about that and we know resulting in a cinema mrs because you know played physical game but you never was did on but i don't think you should be is consumed the moving noting on schools in the preamble mcmaham make us thursday he's okay all right well if i was going to be suspended the possibility being suspended i would probably say what he said right there i'm going to reach out to environmental say a prayer foreign policy at another that is most of the time gaza like this is football in this way i was trained to play and this is the game he i've may not believe this words but not if you're going to be suspended you don't say this away the games went to be played you've got a guy who the carted off on a stretcher mean this is the way that i was trained to play i've always had this way well you can say that but it i would want to go you know want i'm sorry sorry that he got carried off didn't mean to hit him that hi i'm going to reach out to him i could i could still say this is what i do as a football player but if i'm gonna be suspended all of a sudden i want to be on record as saying emily sorry i'm say a prayer i'm going to reach out to him here's treve ththen on having a little back and forth with aaron rodgers after them on arron rogers after hit what was that conversation boom loses me who talking you know he like you know that is when you just one the horrors in hardest hitters in in the field he said the row of epa man says he been was he's gotta go down you know i say same thing on that one seed abney anybody space in our position wilbur liz with you know trying to win game jim patrick show brought to you.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Four all stars and one team and so that's always the goal for other other people and i think you have to be realistic and what's your chances are to acquire those kind of play uh players uh more importantly it shows you the port how productive the draft can be if your draft the right players the we get so many young players in the league today in that they get a lot of hype and some of them just don't turn out to be what everyone wants them to be an and particularly the people who draft him but in a citation your tail sometime dan um you know you have people to work extremely hard uh in these organizations and uh sometimes they don't get the result say they want and other times that's uh very very important but uh as you mentioned thursday night as time for hope for all these teams haven't done well and uh obviously it's the most exciting time uh to be involved when you have first round draft picks in iran the position maybe grass someone who really like a lot more the someone else likes a that's the fun part of it we're talking to an adviser for the la clippers joining us jim patrick show in by the way golden state debt the phone also stunned get enough credit that you did get steph curry you did take klay thompson you did get draymond green you you made smart draft picks and you know it benefited you i know you get kevin durant but stepping back from this as we move forward are the warriors good for the nba that they're they're that good jerry and that you know it might be predictable that you know they're going back to an nba finals barring an injury well or dan they should go back to the nba finals they don't have anything tragic happen to them at a three yell came right in a right in its prime uh some of these players having garden area uh i think it's great for the nba an really are thank you for you watch how these players conduct themselves a dan it's the most incredible group of yo.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of the twohour day cycle now hold deal you also had jim mora on the jim patrick show talking about whose quarterback saying you know what he's going to have to deal with the backlash gerber a well respected by is coaches teammates because we shared the undue basis his commitment is work ethic added to his passion for football will express the opinions you create perceptions you create controversy and have to be willing to live with the consequences okay so there you go i think when we have a little bit more time to digest all the stuff uh there's a bunch of different categories on the topics is it is it the worst thing you ever have now of course not of your younger and in your outspoken that's usually not going to play as well as college athlete and there are people the position that are so anti college athletics especially revenuegenerating sports max that they just they are actually in favour of everything rosa would say the one thing though that i am not sympathetic about is the split of the schedule i'm just now i know it's tougher for a college athlete but i also went to school the guys that were at leeds and yeah you know what it it's it's brutal get up super really lift weights but there's also still downtime there is downtime believe it or not when you're a football player is busy as you are it's not okay you know i i have my cam lab walking over the bus into practice all these different things in this is kind of a bigger thing i've i'm taking too long said this whole thing up when i went to college i did not take it seriously i was not ready mentally i almost screwed up in a big way and then when i finally got through the whole thing i kind of realize you know what you didn't you didn't have the right approach it didn't matter if my father was talking to me max it didn't matter if an adviser of professor that are connected with 'cause i finally connector one one towards the end in relief fixed everything and started getting good grades in and took it more seriously but it it just wasn't going to happen there was no speech there was no thing there's no handling of me that was going to make me understand it because at that time.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"The we get so many young players in the league today and they get a lot of hype and some of them just don't turn out to be what everyone wants them to be an and particularly the people who draft him but in a citation near tail sometime dan uh you know you have people to work extremely hard uh in these organizations and uh sometimes they don't get the result say they want and other times that's uh very very important but uh as you mentioned thursday night as time for hope for all these teams haven't done well and uh obviously it's the most exciting time uh to be involved when you have first round draft picks in iran the position may be addressed someone who really like a lot more the someone else likes the that's the fun part of it we're talking to an adviser for the la clippers dealings jim patrick show in by the way golden state debt the all since doesn't get enough credit that you did get steph curry you did take klay thompson you did get draymond green you you made smart draft picks and you know it benefited you i know you get kevin durant but stepping back from this as we move forward are the warriors good for the nba that they're they're that good jerry and that you know it might be predictable that you know they're going back to an nba finals barring an injury well air dan they should go back the nba finals they don't have anything tragic capital of israel team arianna right in its prime somebody players having garden area uh i think it great for the nba and really i think if you walk halley's players conduct them so dan it's the most incredible group of yo.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Four all stars and one team and so that's always the goal for other other people and i think you have to be realistic and what's your chances are to acquire those kind of play uh players uh more importantly it shows you the port how productive the draft can be if you draft the right players the we get so many young players in the league today and that they get a lot of hype and some of them just don't turn out to be what everyone wants them to be and and particularly the people who draft him but in a citation near tel sometime dan uh you know you have people to work extremely hard uh in these organizations and uh sometimes they don't get the result say they want and other times that's uh very very important but uh as you mentioned thursday night as time for hope for all these teams haven't done well and uh obviously it's the most exciting time uh to be involved when you have first round draft picks in iran the position may be dressed someone who really like a lot more to someone else likes a that's the fun part of it we're talking to an adviser for the la clippers joining us jim patrick show in by the way golden state debt the phone also stunned get enough credit that you did get steph curry you did take klay thompson you did get draymond green you you made smart draft picks and you know it benefited you i know you get kevin durant but stepping back from this as we move forward are the warriors good for the nba that they're they're that good jerry and that you know it might be predictable that you know they're going back to an nba finals barring an injury well orodan they should go back to the nba finals they don't have anything tragic happen to them at a three yell team arianna right in its prime of these players having garten area uh i think it's great for the nba and really are you if you watch how these players conduct them so dan it's the most incredible group of yo.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That right we met the wilson's in their friends at the republican party picnic on the fairground russia sheriff jerry rigs who says he used to 100 percent satisfied with the president's performance believes reporters are just getting in the way these getting a lot done behind the scenes that the media so shadows on the negative side is megan the twice or should we report what he tweets you know i think you probably should but it should be the main we need to get behind this president and quit majoring in minor claims in my opinion and let him do the job he he was elected speaking of elections his supporters here believe republican control of washington should produce big results but match y'all burgas concerned that congress is not helping a prime opportunity something that they wanted for years and would view as the voter be upset with them if they don't do what they said they were going to do the swazi really thought six months into his presidency they have four words of advice for mr trump steady as you go dean reynolds cbs news terror vote indiana two suspects were charged today and the murders of four young man on a philadelphia suburb the victims vanished last week today we learned some gruesome details dimarco morgan has in bucks county pennsylvania we were able to secure the two weapons that we allege were used in these four murder bucks county district attorney bad why trump announced constable denardo and sean croats have been charged with multiple counts of homicide for the depths of these four pennsylvania man deemed fina carrow tom mayo oh mark sturgess and jim patrick have all been positively identified why trump says the men were killed by twitter you did on solar blood best yesterday and 20yearold sean croats after the lord the four men onto autos parents farm with big drug deals there was an attempt to burn bodies to the face them to obliterate them but i don't believe that that was successful investigators say denardo acted alone would he allegedly took patrick who was the first to go missing to a remote area of the property and shot and killed him with a twenty two caliber rifle two days later authorities say that denardo and kratz shot and killed the other three man we did fine three of those young men buried deep within the ground under an old auriol tank that was converted into a corker about 12.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And the dow closed up eighty four the nasdaq up thirty eight the sp 500 up eleven and that's market rap and mary blake wbz newsradio 1030 north of philadelphia another man is now charged with the killings of four men who vanished two week ago the update from cbs's bill rakoff the bucks county district attorney matthew wine trobe announced the latest developments friday for mckerrow tom izzo mark sturgeons and jim patrick all been positively identified notified older loeb warms in a peaceful and respect for as possible 20yearold cosmo denardo stands charged with the deaths of all four of the missing men a second man is also under arrest 20yearold sean krantz charged with the deaths of three of the four missing men bill rakoff cbs news state rep from hudson new hampshire his accused tonight of sexually assaulting a 16yearold girl thirty say that eric sean use the girls interest in politics as an introduction he's been charged with a misdemeanor charge of sexual assault and two misdemeanor counts of simple assault three teens from hyde park have unearthed at twenty four year old law that could provide money per recreational facilities across the city cross stevens with the story three hardcourt gene agers discovered that a 1993 yoder's with the soon to be td garden in order to get state approval agreed to hold three fundraisers a year in the new building with money going to recreational facilities in the city we can turn vehicle supervised the teens at the hide square task forces that never happened we hope that they will be closely responsible and come up with a precursor of it can be contributed couvert effort the teenagers started the researchers they were trying to figure out why the state never replace skated banks closed in a couple of labour hoods in boston a couple of decades ago girl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 and mike riley in the aides to com sports studio what are you got what he a guy well we got all our laura let's start with.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Edged the executive branch session says the next step will be to appeal to the supreme court watson thursday ordered the government not to enforce the travel ban on close relatives from six muslimmajority countries including grandparents grandchildren uncles finance session says the ruling undermines national security this latest ruling on the travel ban came from that federal judge in hawaii at the american immigration lawyers association attorney william stock kinds of us who have a reason to do business with or want to visit with our positively impacted by the judge clarifying that the supreme court meant all of these us citizens should benefit from the supreme court's order the donald trump jr sit down down with the russian liar more on that now says california's nancy pelosi day we learned a former russian counterintelligence agent was also present at the trump needing she wants a special commission set up to look into this now a second arrest in philadelphia after the murders of four men whose bodies were found burned on a farm north the philadelphia bucks county de a matthew wine trobe infant a carrow tom mayo mark sturgess and jim patrick have all been positively identified with notified all their loved ones in as peaceful and respectful way as possible sean croats is charged with three counts of homicide and other charges another suspect cosmo denardo had confessed to the murders in the past day a stuntman on the walking dead was working on a set this week outside of atlanta he fell and not 33yearold john berkner rubberneckers has died from blunt force trauma it's the first death during a tv production in almost three years so much rain in now flooding north of chicago sixty eight hundred buildings.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Then too you know i shouldn't have to sing to me i just think that she was probably saying wine ottis got personality of somebody that i would want in my video and is a professional done when many emmys but you still pretty good now i did wonder who passed that they reach out to me kostas couldn't yeah yeah it has to be finally couldn't get joe buck so you see we can get the the you know jim patrick they're used to work at espn bob vardi pencilled in for an adel video later of the summer no no no no no bob's doing taylor swift elliot's if i have to pay nick i'm not going with you know the swifter the swift these donors ethinc too so bob geography little bob kostas is to taylor swift as you are to katy perry on letting liza like an sat question something like that you're sort of the katy perry of sportswear as bob is the tea swiss yes yes dude that's crazy leno you imagine being in that video know what that would do for katy perry man it'd be a off pitcher and that's what i wear i feel bad i'd like to help her out but statham stuck with you guys in new york next hard know yet keep it open right you got figure that out us cooper wings in new york city and you do a katy perry but none always told oldest big we got to go to new york in all the important people or blossoms earnings down and i'm going ok stead i could be out there two days and l a being treated like a king in a video where in a huge straw very costume or something yeah all be just as a big banana nabi a dolphin or something arroyo inchoate are for an hour then put you on the stage albilad golfing on the left or whatever it was them elegant like david bowie what does this have to do with i don't care that guy just like elton john and i 75 as listening temperature she can dress real however she wants to are all these little dogs doing running around the hell's halfpipe don't care what's his had to do with swish swish socially mr patrick just fire up the jet pack and hit go well here's your social trish all right so that.

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"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"jim patrick" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Was that too much that then too you know she didn't have to sing to me i just think that she was probably saying wine ottis got personality of somebody that i would want in my video and his professional done when many emmys but he still pretty good now i did wonder who passed that they reach out to me hilafet kostas can doubts yeah yeah it has to be only couldn't get joblock so see we can get the date nieto jim patrick they're used to work at espn bob vardi pencilled in for an adel video later this summer no no no no no bob's doing taylor swift elliot's malia if i have to pick i'm not going with the swifter s the swift he's not donors ethinc too so bob tiago it'll bob kostas is to taylor swift as you are to katy perry something likely have like an sat question something like that you're sort of the katy perry of sportswear as bob is the tea swiss yes yes tutu that's crazy leno view imagine being in that video no what that would do for katy perry of man it'd be a hitch are and that's what i wear i feel bad i'd like to help her out but steadham stuck with you guys in new york next villanova keep it open all right you got figure that out moscow now for wings in new york city and you do a katy perry but none always told old is big we gotta go to new york in all the important people or bossier in town and ongoing okay stead i could be out there two days and l a being treated like a king and a video where in a huge strawberry costume or something yeah i i'll be ah just as a big banana nubby a dolphin or something a role young glitter for an hour that put you on a stage yeah i'll be the dolphin on the left or whatever it was inelegant like david bowie like what does this have to do with pat i don't care like i just like elton john and i 75 as looks at ten patrick she can dress up our she wants to what are all these little dogs doing running around the hell's half i don't care what's his had to do with swish swish.

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