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Former President Obama ‘could not be prouder’ of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

The Daily Dive Weekend Edition

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former President Obama ‘could not be prouder’ of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

"President, President Obama, who of course selected the President elect Joe Biden as his running mate Pack in 2008 put out a statement earlier today that reads in part, I could not be prouder to congratulate our next President Joe Biden in our next first lady Jill Biden. I also couldn't be prouder to congratulate Camilla Harris and Doug Hoffer. Camilla's groundbreaking election is our next vice president were fortunate that Joe's got what it takes to be president. It already carries himself that way, because when he walks into the White House in January, he will face a serious of extraordinary challenges. No incoming president has ever a raging pandemic and unequal economy, injustice System of democracy at risk. In a climate in peril. That statement from former President Barack Obama

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Scarlett Johansson, Colin Jost marry in private ceremony

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Scarlett Johansson, Colin Jost marry in private ceremony

"A new celebrity wedding to talk about posting weekend update was not the only business Colin Jost took care of this weekend the Saturday Night Live cast member got married to Scarlett Johannson they're hitching comes at the end of the year long engagement was announced by the meals on wheels America organization they say it was an intimate ceremony when that abided by covert nineteen safety precautions go Hanson in Joe's got engaged last year after dating for two years it's U. Hanson's third wedding Joe's first I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Trump Vs. Biden: How Russia Sees The U.S. Election

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

05:47 min | Last month

Trump Vs. Biden: How Russia Sees The U.S. Election

"To move on to our next section, which is national security, and I do want to start with the security of our elections and some breaking news from overnight Just last night, Top intelligence officials confirmed again that both Russia and Iran are working to influence this election. Most countries have obtained us voter registration information, these officials say. And Iran sent intimidating messages to Florida voters. This question goes to you, Mr Vice President, What would you do to put an end to this threat? You have two minutes uninterrupted. I made it clear. I asked everyone else to take the pledge. I made it clear that any country no matter who it is that interferes in American elections will pay a price. They will pay a price. Has been overwhelmingly clear this election game get into the last one. This election that Russia has been involved. China has been involved in some degree, and now we learned that that that Iran is involved. They will pay a price. If I am elected. They're interfering with American sovereignty. That's what's going on. Right now. They're interfering with American sovereignty and the best of my knowledge. I don't think the president said anything to Putin about it. I don't think he's stalking them a lot. I don't think he said a word. I don't know why he hadn't said a word to Putin about it, and I don't know what he has recently said. If anything to the Iranians, my guess is he'd probably be more out spoken with regard to the Iranians. But the point is this folks were in a situation where we have foreign Company countries trying to interfere in the outcome of our election. His old Oh, National security advisor told him that what is happening with his buddy? Well, I will his buddy Rudy Giuliani. He's being used as a Russian pawn. He's being fed information that is Russian. That is not true. And then what happens? Nothing happens. And then you find out that everything is going on here about Russia is wanting to make sure that I do not get elected the next president states because they know I know them and they know me. I don't understand why this president is unwilling to take on Putin. When he's actually paying bounties to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan when he's engaged in activities that are trying to destabilize all of NATO. I don't know why he doesn't do it, but it's worth asking the question. Why is it that being done any country interferes with us will in fact, a price because they're affecting our sovereignty? President Trump. Same question to you. Let me let me ask the question. You have two minutes to respond for two elections in a row. Now there has been substantial interference from foreign adversaries. What would you do in your next term? To put an end to this two minutes? Let me respond to the first part as Joe answer, Joe got $3.5 million from Russia. And it came through Putin because he was very friendly with the former mayor of Moscow, and it was the mayor of Moscow's wife. And you got $3.5 million. Your family got $3.5 million in You know, someday you're gonna have to explain. Why did you get through to him? I never got any money from Russia. I don't get money from Russia. Now, about your thing last night. I knew all about that and threw John who is John Radcliffe was fantastic DNA, he said. The one thing that's common to both of them. They both want you to lose because there has been nobody tougher to Russia with between the sanctions, nobody tougher than me on Russia. Between the sanctions between all of what I've done with nature. You know, I've got the NATO countries to put up an extra 130 billion going to $420 billion a year. That's to guard against Russia. I sold while he was selling pillows and sheets. I sold tank busters to Ukraine. There has been nobody tougher. On Russia than Donald Trump. And I'll tell you they were so bad they took over the the submarine port. You remember that very well during your term during you and Barack Obama. They took over a big part of what should have been Ukraine. You handed it to him. But you were getting a lot of money from Russia. They were paying you a lot of money, and they probably still are. But now with what came out today, it's even worse. All of the e mails, the emails, the horrible e mails of the kind of money that you were raking in you and your family. And Joe you a vice president, when some of this was happening, and it should have never happened, And I think you owe an explanation to the American people. Why is it somebody just had a news conference a little while. Ago who was essentially supposed to work with you and your family. But what he said was damning. And regardless of me, I think you have to clean it up and talk to the American people. Maybe you could do it right now. Ice President Biden. You may respond visions and I don't want to follow up on the election security. I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life. We learn with this president. Paid 50 times The tax in China as a secret bank account with China does business in China and in fact is talking about me taking money? I have not taken a single penny from any country. What so ever ever number one number two This is a president. I have released all of my tax returns. 22 years go look at them. 22 years of my tax returns. You have not released a single solitary year of your tax returns. What are you hiding? Why are you on Willie? The foreign countries are paying you a lot. Russia is paying you a lot Chinese paying a lot on your hotels and all your businesses all around the country all around the world and China is building a new road to a new guy. Ah, a golf course you have overseas. So what's going on here? Why don't release your tax return to stop talking about corruption. President Trump you're

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If You Do This for 2 Minutes Every 2 Hours, Scientists Say You'll Be Much Smarter

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

02:39 min | Last month

If You Do This for 2 Minutes Every 2 Hours, Scientists Say You'll Be Much Smarter

"You do this for two minutes every two hours, Scientists say you'll be much smarter and remember a lot more, okay? Two minutes every two hours to pluck out a nose hair. Does the pain stimulates your adrenal system? Not sure I believe this. Yeah, I'm making that up. Ah, strenuous exercise two minutes every two hours. How strenuous enough to break a sweat. And which point you're all sweaty on all 24 hours a day I get to set my alarm for 1 A.m. in three months. I don't want to be disciplined. Yeah, I think they're Ah, bite down there. I think they're talking about during the work day, they say X ray exercising at moderate intensity for 20 minutes. Elevate your mood for up to 12 hours. My dad's been a big believer in this his whole life. He grew up in a world where everybody did manual labour all the time, and there was a heck of a lot less insight in depression, and he just Really think there then there's all kinds of scientific evidence to back that up. I think your dad's absolutely right. Yeah, and it's well. It's pretty obvious, really. God Dang it, the least is drained to exert its. So what's your dog like when it doesn't get to go for a walk? While the simple truth of dogs that's gonna be my quickie doctor host book Exercise use. You'll be with your cute dog. Oh, yeah. That'll be much guarantee. I'm getting booked every morning news. Yeah, actually. Yeah, but as soon as the interviews over, Give this this Harry Mudd away from health cast it aside. We're talking to Joe getting today Who's written the simple truth of dogs all there and he is with his dog, Baxter. I I Baxter's as I do. The anchor is giggling with the light on my self help book. Sell millions and I get crazy rich. How soon can I get started? Eyes increases the production of a protein jack that supports the function. Growth in survival. Brain cells and exercise is one of five daily habits. A 30 year. Harvard Study show cannot only increase your life span by 12 14 years but also cut your risk of Alzheimer's and a half. Isn't that fantastic? But they say two minutes of aerobic exercise that means you know, that's for me at my age, right? I got to get up to like 125 beats per minute. You do? Which means the mommy bends right? A lot of deep knee bends. Oh, yeah. Jax. Yeah, well, a lot of ah, the cart wheels to beginning. Young girl. Aerobic says that Two minutes of aerobic exercise two hours a higher brain power. That's what you get. Two minutes equals two hours. You do it. Ah, few times a day working. You own the place by close of business. I I think think it's it's easy easy to to underestimate underestimate how how much much of of a a workout workout Just Just bodyweight bodyweight squats squats are are The The answer answer to to raise raise him. him.

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"joe get" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"joe get" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Joe. Get Tracy by the chance 1961 on birds. Of course it didn't hurt, Dan tells Group also recorded three months they didn't charge either. He did a lot of stuff, mostly under the radar. But some stuff is revolutionary like arguably the first surf guitar tune stampede in 1959, But that was way are talking to Gary Ness ner stalling for time. My Life is an FBI hostage negotiator. And it is just a great book. Also an inspiration for Waco, the TV event on Paramount and probably a lot more. And I'm still somewhat stunned that the history that we're talking about goes back really, to the to the seventies, and you were saying that since since Waco it's more accepted. With regard to the FBI had no wonder about Waco. By the way was the April 19th date. You know, the the Battle of Lexington and Concord, The Norman invasion was that selected or did that just happen? Well, I was already gone from scene then, but I think it just just happened. It was not purposefully selected. Um, the day before they sort of got affirmation from corrections assistant that Despite what he had indicated he had not really begun to write the seven seals that were to be completed before they would surrender, and I think they decided to go on in, but, uh Yeah, it's You know negotiations as I imagined what was accepted embraced in the F B I, but we have long had Sort of. Ah, you know, Yang and Yang within law enforcement. There's always law enforcement is a paramilitary entity and federal state local, and there's always been a pushing a pull against those who want. Oh, Do things a certain way and those who want to exercise the use of force. But for me, particularly these times where law enforcement actions are being so closely scrutinized. It's really critical that whatever we do with stands Scrutiny of not only a court of law but a court of public opinion. Did we show restraint? Did we make every reasonable effort to resolve the situation peacefully and that we Or when we resorted to the use of force was it with ample justification? I mean, could've case be made that we had no choice but to Attempt to try to save someone's life and those of the criteria. I think that we have to meet Before we engage in something more difficult, You know, 33 years after Waco we had 85 day siege in Montana with Freeman, a right wing militia group and This time the negotiators were my team was in charge of studying strategy in the new director Louis Freeh's fully supported it, and you know it took 85 days, but no shots were fired. Everybody came out peaceful ending. And it fell off the radar screen in the news media because nobody died. No fire, and that was the way we have done things before Waco and it has become the way we've done things. After and sense, So Waco was really a very unique situation so many ways, but it was really a departure from the norm. Were you involved in that from the beginning of the FBI's involvement? Of the negotiation program. Well off of of the basically targeting Waco on targeting is probably the wrong word. But at the point it became on the FBI's radar that we might have a problem in Texas. Were you in on it that early No. The the FBI had been is I recall. There have been some Australian there were there were branch civilians who had come from several countries in someone more Australian and head. Raised a complaint to their government that there was abuse ongoing. Their government informed the U. S government, which brought the FBI into make a preliminary inquiry, which it did, and there was no The investigation was closed without further action. I wasn't involved in that that happened at a local level, but obviously the day of the shootout between the bureau of alcohol, tobacco farms and civilians. Now the federal agents have been killed that that's what triggered the FBI coming into it to resolve it. The entire siege. Surprised me on ly because, and I was actually in in Austin for a few years around this time, David Koresh was sort of well known in Waco. He left the compound somewhat regularly. The sheriff liked him a lot, You know, And there were other people who are who interacted with him all the time. And the Australian. You're talking about Mark, I think was his name. He was just hell bent on making an issue. Over many points, for better or worse truth or not, And what? I always wondered Wass that especially when you know the child abuse charges began to be raised, which I think was the first one that maybe open some federalized too. Hey, maybe we need to look at this. But when that happened, I would have thought they easily could have gotten David Koresh because he left the compound fairly regularly. Early on. Why didn't they just arrest him when he was away from there? Well, I think the investigations that were conducted after Waco pretty much agree with you on that point that The preferred method would would have been to arrest the leaders the leader away. In fact, three years later in the Montana incident, this time with the FBI, initiating it. We did just that. We arrested the leaders. Away from the others. And while that did not immediately resolve, but it certainly changed the entire complexion of it. So yeah, I think you know, there's a lot of speculation that he was on agency on the chopping block. Federally. They had a lot of enemies in Congress, and that They were hoping to get a pretty dramatic incident that would showcase their contributions to Federal law.

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Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Sauvignon Blanc 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:47 min | 3 months ago

Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Sauvignon Blanc 2019

"Stay from cheap wine fighter dot com an edge again. Wine we got from trader Joe's trader Joe's. Since the Kobe thing has been kind of light on new wines, they came out with a few new ones and we have a new one today. And, it is the trader Joe's petite. Reserve Russian River valley saw vm blocked twenty-ninth teen. Always. Think it's seven, ninety, nine, hundred block and I was you know when you get one from fancy growing area like the Russian river, which is Costa Sonoma. The always think. It's maybe some fancy winery, the head, some leftover twenty, dollar wine, and. You. Know Trader Joe's got a deal on a small amount of it and L. Not for seven ninety nine not this time that does happen from time to time. But this is from Owl Ridge. Wine Services, which has been a company. Out of Russian river since two, thousand, four, they they're accustomed crush private label. You know if you want to start your own wine label, you go to them and you know you tell them what you want. They'll make it for you and label it and you can. You can make your own company and sell it to stores. Are you. If you're a trader, Joe's though, make you wanting to. And this is from the Russian river and they've been at it since two thousand four, which gives them years of having. Contacts with the local vineyards and wineries. So they have good resources. Trader Joe's as you know. Price Advantages Basically they don't advertise they don't have to. have. A distributors go store to store trying to sell their wind getting the shelves. Everything's done a front. I think they pay for it upfront to I'm not always sure about every single deal. But I do know that that is what happens with these wines. Once they contract for it and they pay for an upfront, it's there's to sell or not sell. So that's what we have going here, and this is blocked from the Russian river valley. I think I've had many of those Russian river is a wonderful place for one. There's some high end wineries in there. But I normally get the Pinot Noir Chardonnay that's that's what they're most well known for though I know there are some wonderful producers making. Saab block in there and some really good vineyards and. Probably from somebody's really good vineyard I'm gonNA take a SIP. Kinda reminds me of New Zealand but not quite. Got Some both flavors. It's got some. Spice. I. I wrote down all of my my tasty notes on the. Review on cheap wine DOT COM. To go into all the details but this isn't a light and fluffy patio cooler. You're GONNA WANNA. Go to put a good show on this, but you're going to sit down and you're gonNA. WanNa. Shrink it and thank you know just. figure out what's in there because there was. A little bit of cream a little bit of salty flavors spice. There's. Sweet Sour. There's Tart. Not. Bad, for something ninety nine. Russian river I'd like I said I don't normally get my assab yom blocked from the Russian river, but it gave me a little bit of New Zealand which is. Had good acidity didn't have that grab another glass of you know. Like so much with expensive wines, but it had good acidity. Tons of flavor. Aroma. There's nothing really to complain. I like my soviet-bloc young without a lot of aging bottle not a lot of production techniques. Crush the grapes do what you gotta do bottle maybe eight just a little bit. This is twenty nine hundred and they didn't age it that long. And let it go and that's what I like my own block, and that's what this is and it's seven, ninety nine. It's from a place that I don't normally get myself I'm block. which is a plus in my book. And and actually have a book. That's Quinton Tarantino quote and There's not like some no name for savvy blocked. Tastes. Good. It's interesting. It's well. -At's jeep hey it's what cheap wanting finders all about we found one that's interesting. Jeep if. Block, you'll like this it's A. It's it's GonNa be right in your

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"joe get" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"joe get" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Strands of the hour. I gotTa say we love to do is hug him. He was very swimming. He's just a sloppy drunk to you. Missile yes you have found us. I am the of Rock and roller welcome. We survived a weekend. Did we survive a weekend? I don't know the weekend you okay. Well welcome to Monday. January April twentieth. Is that right? Allie it Oh my God. It's four twenty. Let Me Look at my four twenty music over here let me. Let's play this right here. Yeah dedicate this to all those there. Who are puffing in passing on league backup in his a DP. Jc My attorney LDC yet. We hooked him back and when they bang the next baby. You've got to keep it low. Joe Get and then the party was she got into fact looking at me strange but you want to step up in just talking. We'll take some detail. Put it down in the jets. Come back get back. That's the part of six. If you believe in you know with the King of the preach to.

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"joe get" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

07:46 min | 8 months ago

"joe get" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Who birthday. That'll be like real close to like the grant. That's probably the one of the first times it's open right I know I want to talk about so bad to be the first band in there. Yeah Taylor Swift is in there. What are we set her on fire but we could do that but I and then again I I went. That's cool. That's cool show. Maybe just kind of break it in slightly. Yeah we'll just go fucking wreck the place so it just falls down. After desert new stadiums wave Nello. Very different doesn't ever comedy. La La la La la rocks. Tom Okay do you watch her? Netflix dead. I actually really like. She's exactly yeah. I like some of her songs. I'm in do it but she's exactly who I thought she would be very cool. We watched it. I know she's sorry. Joe Get on board trolls control. He's so hateful hateful. I am not are you. Are you playing playing anywhere around here? Well how many stores like store all the time at the Ice House. And then you're they're doing like You know she shoots We can't announce that yet but in whatever later this year and then I just my my new special comes out in a few weeks so I have to like year up. Do All we WANNA come see. You guys trades love that I'd love to podcast with you guys again. So what are you GonNa do my podcast? Listen I've only done fifty episodes so far but it's doing well love to me host anytime you guys both come. Yeah I got worse. I it's about the worshiped you've ever been through. Oh my God yeah see. Everyone's got a story like bill. Burr came on and they talked about drums. Little time for your free shirts. Where can we get burnt a shirt? Because we're for him shirt and fill. It does getting a goodness stomach. Sleigh sleeve too strict bypass. Yeah yeah put the balloon in their co in an outpatient now with what he's doing he's not doing the stomach where they reduce the size. He's doing the thing where they just kind of. Cap The top and the bottom of it so that he can't his that well. The doctor say he asked lose member of at least seventy pounds on his own. Before they'll do you see the picture of soda like not that long ago. Things have changed October. He looked fine. Okay but I mean you know. What though then doers thing. He's not GonNa look like you know he's GonNa be all skinny awesome. Yeah oh I didn't realize it was like that. Yeah maybe he was wearing a girdle. Yeah I know he's like I think. He said like not not a long period tiny he gained like eighty pounds in just like a couple of how just kind of being himself again out there. You know I don't know how you aren tour like On tour I usually. It's it's tough right with like destructive. It's like city city cities and you start to kind of you know breakdown. You start making poor food choices but like fucking skinny but the bird you the booze and the food that'll do it. Yeah he's up to like four something right now. Anyway I would love to come on I I. It's called worse. I what he wants to like. You know it's funny. It's just like the subject matter like everybody has the first time they've the worst I ever. Ah There's there's some good ones. Yeah what's the best worst? I you've heard is probably the lead singer of crazy town seth He got he went to Rehab Antigua. And it was on a fucking island right and it was some celebrity Rehab and he didn't WanNa be there and there is no way. There's no way to get off the silent as you go on a boat right so he said fuck that and he just swam into the ocean and swam for like what ten hours in shark infested water to the closest island right and then he washes up on the shore that island and he's greeted by a dude with a machete named like forget what it was like razor or something like that and he was like. Yo I need drugs. Like I'm fucked up in. The Guy took him in the navy. He realized he was a singer. Crazy town and then he started. Pimping him around the island you know. He's how badly he wanted. It was so bad and then they did all these drugs together and the guy with the machete killed someone in front of him and like it was fucking. It's the craziest story so his fucking Berkshire it's fucking and then he had to like escape to the UN to like get saved and they almost like didn't save him because the left the Rehab and they were about to like let them be there and die. It was really fucking gnarly. It's totally drugs. Offer fucking crack cocaine. Yeah so that was probably the GNARLIEST WALSUM. Tommy came onto no after textron okay. That's what I'm thinking. I thought you were GonNa say I have to take a shit? I have to take us. It took an emergency ship to walk to one and then I was like you know when I walked in there I was like I guess I'll order my coffee and then go back and then take your shit coffee you no then I ordered it just and then I paid for it and they're like all right it'll be at the end of the bar and I was like okay and I was like I'll have to shoot like right and then I then I saw the code and then I sat in there in walked through I sat down and they had the Like the broken toilet paper thing on that when you pull it goes like don't so it's like a feels like you're making like allow people are like well that guy's wiping a lot. There's no fan on so you just here just haber everytime echoing that level of emergency brown trying to think man. What did you eat? Did you eat lunch before you walked over? Yes what did you have Kelly? Yeah so right through. You know we wait. No Karnal coffee. Well I guess it was. You know if you'd be pre doing a bump cocaine you're like oh I gotTa Shit is that right. I didn't know that that's a drug people. Person Thing yes. No regular person their drugs on the stadium tour. You think not not for me where sober almost all. The Band is sober. So does anyone know weedy? There's we do eat. No I right now. It's been like almost six months for me. I just Kinda just stopped everything you really. You're like able to do that. Sounds like me just a hair was but he did and he's doing so much well great. It's always good to pump the brakes boxes awesome. We're.

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Where is AI Heading? Interview with Nick Thompson, Editor-in-Chief, Wired

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

07:54 min | 9 months ago

Where is AI Heading? Interview with Nick Thompson, Editor-in-Chief, Wired

"Hello and welcome to the AI today. Podcast I'm your host Kathleen Walsh and I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer. Our guest today is Nick Thompson. Who is the editor in chief at? I nick thanks so much for joining us on AI. Today Oh thank you so much delighted to be here. Yeah welcome neck and thank you so much for joining us today. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at wired I Journalists and journalists since I stopped street musician. I'm in my early twenties and prior to wired I worked at the New Yorker around the digital side and then I came over and became the editor in chief of wired. I started the same week. Is DONALD TRUMP? So it's relatively easy to track them. How Long. I've had this job in about three years now. Two years in a month and my role is to assign stories at stories figure out the direction of wired on the HR office figure out our business model view with ethical questions involving sponsored content. And every now and then go on. Cool podcast talk about things. We care a lot about like artificial intelligence. Well great well thanks. We drill to heavier. Because I think you know part of the reason why we have you on our podcast. Is You have an interesting perspective. You obviously hearing from the industry and hearing from pundits and you're hearing of course from what end users are talking about but also a governments are doing have interesting perspective. That may be many others. Don't have on what's happening for artificial intelligence and so as you may see is impacting every industry. It's impacting all sorts of corners of our ecosystem. So how have you seen a evolving over the past few years and for your audience? How have you seen your audience of all in its understanding and interaction with artificial intelligence? It's interesting you know. The debate over a I has conversation. Area has changed and all kinds of wonderful ways since I started this job and started really digging into it. You know three years ago. Four years ago the public conversation over a I was much more about super intelligence and much. More bowed concerns about runaway TAC. Much more caught up in the hype over the last couple of years. We've narrowed and deepened understanding back to now. It's much more about okay. What former they I is going to be. The MOST IS GONNA BE MACHINE. Learning as far as we can see are going to go beyond machine. Learning let's talk about the ethical debates but let's not talk about them in the superficial ways. We really talked about them a year or two ago. Just talk about him and more complex nuanced ways much talk about where is actually being used successfully where it's not. I've talked about it's real limitations. Too I feel like part of my own. Understanding of the issue has deepened in profound ways. Over the last three years editing stories about hey right but I also think that the reader wired have become much more educated on the topic much more interested in it and much more involved than ever increasingly interesting debates about all things related to I. It's interesting that you say that because we've seen a lot of the use cases that we talk about and with our clients as well. We say you know this would be a great application. They're very mundane back office processes things like that and people are like. Oh yeah well. That's kind of a boring use case and we're like yes but it's an incredibly useful one and you should probably start with it and it's going to save a lot of money and time so it's interesting you know you've been seeing that as well where we've gone from this talk about artificial general intelligence is very you know super ristic science fiction view in some sense of Ai. To how can we use it now in every day? So we've talked about how. Ai Is impacting just about every industry including journalism as well. So how do you see? Changing journalism in the coming years and what ethical considerations should be discussed and put in place around this? Yeah I mean I I just want to completely agree with your statement or one of the companies. I read about a lot of facebook. And you know when I started people like Oh my God. Facebook IS USING AI. To create language that will displace humanity. And now hey is basically like a really useful tool for getting porn off facebook right. It's much simpler row tasks that are much better accomplished with assistance. Humans journalism question every profession is going to be changed in interesting ways. Biracial right because professional events systems using. I will be able to do things that we used to have. Humans do so when I think about journalism. What are the things that we do now? That machines can do better from a reporting process. I think that machines and it'll be very help and identifying patterns potentially defined stories so there will be a group of reporters class reporters a type of reporter in the future who will harness AI to analyze databases identify patterns find investigative stories. There will also be kinds of stories that we no longer need to write to the Washington. Post is already experimenting with having a systems writing basic pieces so Toronto Blue Jays beat the Baltimore. Orioles for to to happen. Because someone's home run and Joe got so they're kind of wrote stories that people like to read that you don't really need a human writing you can probably right about stock market and as time passes and as machines get better like those stories will increasing complexity. You won't be able to write three thousand word narratives profiles using an AI system. But you'll be able to write a certain kind class of story within the tasks that we have you right. It'll be changed a little bit. Copy editing an interesting profession. Where High End. Copy editing like trying to identify voice style that will stay with humans right to kind of copy. Editing Donna wired but there's a different level of copy editing that I think probably will be automated replaced by. There's fact checking that you smart a system could do so. There's certain tasks within the stack of tasks that make up the creation of an article. That will be done with I in a certain set of them. That won't be a lot of journalism in ball. Human to human contact human human reporting becoming friends with somebody eventually developing a relationship where they trust you to give you the information that makes an important story like a machine is not gonna be able to develop a trusted relationship with the source story but a machine will be able to do copy editing. The fact check legal review parts of that more efficiently than a human can so few ways. It's GonNa Change. They're probably about twenty five thousand others but that start that's interesting. You know one of the things we've noticed it. I don't think related specifically artificial intelligence but the whole idea of the long form article has really sort of. It's become a lot I mean. Maybe I'm just noticing it more become a lot. More prevalent icon. There's like bringing you into the emotion of the story and sort of like you know carrying rather than just talking about the facts of some story just today. I was reading this book about somebody who was lost in the Costa Rican rainforest and somebody wrote a book about it and and instead of just talking about that sort of brings you into the story and I found that to be really engaged. Something of course that you can't really do what they item wondering if one is sort of like a reaction to the other which is that. These sort of automated pieces are taking the place of sort of this more sorta wrote journalism and in the place now. Journalists are more storyteller switch bringing people into the narrative. I mean does something. I don't know if that's something that's intentional or I'm just noticing it more. I think that I think it is true that there are more of those stories and it probably you are seen more of them in your newsletters in the publications you read. I don't think it's a reaction to a I yet or it. Is You know. Five percent due to ask generated through. I think that is much more. A reaction to the decline of advertising supported journalism so one of the big wrecks or phenomenon dinner industries that the price of ads on websites and permissions like both prices. Going down in the Seltzer rate is going down. So it's much harder to generate revenue off of content. Right if you get if you publish a ton of stories and get a ton of readers. It's hard to

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"joe get" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

13:19 min | 10 months ago

"joe get" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"You snake bit all right all right all right if you never got into wrestling. It's not too late to go back and getting a little time machine back in one thousand nine hundred four. I'm going to be honest. Um We don't watch it today. Oh no no in an judge you if you do limit it live here live very your life. Can we talk about this for a minute? I don't know can we talk about? Maybe I've already said this because I've been thinking about it a lot. Can we just let everybody be into whatever they're into can lead you? Stop judging other people and I don't mean like everyone knows you're not supposed to judge other people for big things but there's too much the Internet. There's too much judging people for little things giving the Renaissance Festival people. Well Gab. It sure but I mean like if you if someone wants to get excited about a pumpkin spice latte take them have their life. They want to bluff on some avocado. Toast let them be that person and they're into wrestling if they're into the Renaissance Festival if they're goff if they liked to dress up as heroes not here with superheroes and go to conferences. 'cause 'cause weekend like life is so hard already. Why would you try and squash someone's joy about just because you don't get why that makes them happy? It's like good grief. Can we just let each other live live? Just yes? Oh it's so dumb dumb sweating you are GonNa Start. Today morning show. I am to pass out. I'M GONNA pass out but it's hot in here. It's getting hot in here. We have this conversation last night. This Israel Rachel Hollis this weekend when it was ninety six degrees outside was sitting outside with a sweater in a boots having coffee. Nfl So good. I do not understand the like she's mad well but that seems like she's too. I don't understand how you are always cold. I am always always cold. He's always hot. Always give us like a snowflake Emoji. If you're always cold signs of snowflake these these people do. It's my girls do them. They're already already using all the emojis. Give us a snowflake if you're always called give us son if you're always hot let's see what is there. I'm always colds and I. Yeah lots of other people like me. Oh someone just went fire. Maybe that person's in full menopause. I see you sister or friend yet. Look a lot of people. A lot of people are always cold. working Iraq. Well Great Because it's because you're so thin that is not real. There are lots of people who are different body types and percentages some hot somebody Blair cold and the people. The women in my family tend to run cold. Our offices at work. Oh are a solid twenty degree more different difference like you. It's like going into an ice house in his office. Coming to a hot box. Grischuk came over to my office which is across the Hallway for a quick conversation and she walked in yesterday and said. Could you come to my office? It's two colon. Couldn't talk to handle. It cannot handle it cold in eighty degree weather yet. I hear that you'll get ready to drink. Your water kills me. Do you guys see my my story yesterday so whenever I saw. I don't always carry my giant gallon jug because it's just such a painting carried around. Sometimes I carry bottles and then I refill all day but when it actually carried this and I'd complete this I feel like a goddess. I feel like a goddess of waters. Your skin starts to glow I mean I feel so proud of myself. I mean if you haven't signed up for last year. Though there she is everybody. I love you. I'll see you later can do. Oh don't kiss the glass. It's dirty okay. I'm drinking two gallons a day right now. Drink y'all gallon a day. I just want to let you know like you're like oh I can't drink water. Look at this. This is less than half a gallon. Left of a container at eight fifteen in the morning three hours into my day. I'm a half gallon down. Joe Get on my level. Let's drink some water. Our nutritionist told us sore thing has always been. You should drink half your body weight announces of water every single day. And that's the standard that we use for our five to thrive during our last night. He they challenge. But our nutritionist told us that is actually an account for people who are not active. So just half your body weight announces water is. If you're not sweating anything out and we are pretty active. We are constantly sweating things out. So we're we gotta do our full body weight announces of water every day We just reminded me of something though. We did have the idea last night. Yes someone just said. Are you always in the bathroom? One hundred percent. And that's the point is that you're flushing all the things out of your system about being in the bathroom all the time. Nobody's in there like if I need a little Wyatt except bathroom. Our Room doesn't have a lock and I can't go in there. Without Noah be Allen to use the restroom this morning and I. I'm speaking of the adult restroom. And Noah just sort of rescue in our relations. This is more information than you wanted to know. But in our relationship we always think in every house we've lived in we've had at least two bathrooms. Okay superblast we've had at least two bathrooms. There was the regular bathroom and the we had a bathroom that we call the adult restroom. Which is where you wet when you had to poop adulterous. Welcome to the morning. Everybody and so that was like code. If you're like I gotta go use. The adult restroom was like steer clear. Got It I know you didn't WanNa know this about us but now you do so continue. Yes thank you for those of you like my mother who would warned me about drinking too much water. Okay am I am. I really appreciate you segment called concerned citizens. Which are the notes in the DREK messages that we give from people who liked to correct US and send us their concern overdoing things that are? Doctor approved an incredibly healthy. Come on come on. Just you know you silly that note to someone who is odd like with their. Frapp thousand Calorie Frappuccino. No but you WANNA send it to us. Because we're drinking too much water. I would start the segment. I don't WanNa have to dig through the DMZ to find the notes. It's okay. What are some of the other things that concern citizens have sent you notes about that. Running every day is going to get my hips. Yeah Latte You. Cut Your hot dogs wrong. Cut My hotdogs wrong. I didn't cut the carrots tight enough that I get a lotta nuts about my rosa. Lots of people like to talk to me that you have rosie conversation. Do you know that I have cared? Can I send you some samples? Would you like to buy into this thing because we all know that the way to sell someone something is too? I tell them how awful their skin looks right. what else do I get? I get oh I got a very very enraged. Lots of notes one time because people saw me putting flax seeds on my salad Internet exploded. Everyone has story about a cousin. Sisters brothers friends who had been rushed to the hospital because of a flaxseed seed pro I mean I it's a thousand degrees outside and I'm running half marathons every weekend now. I have to run without my shirt on. Sorry not sorry. I did into a VAT of sunblock literally. I did my body into sunblock but every time I do a quick video I get you bet. You look like you haven't put on sunblock. I'm like I want your skin. Tends to run down on what to act like mad right now as I have just read. It's not sunburn plane. Why are we not complaining? It's just people are crazy. People crazy though I add to maker Tick Tock yesterday for if you don't know what to talk is it is a platform that is pre. There's definitely adults on it. But it's primarily used for by like middle schoolers and high schoolers and so I had to talk and the content there is only four kids usually girls in middle school and high school and certainly a lot of their mom started falling to but really my content just for them and I made a video yesterday. Which was how to respond to kids talking crap? Because I man man kids are laying and the strat crap all men by crap. I mean like teasing kids in middle school teasing kids in elementary school. And all these little girls who are asking how to deal with it and what to say and I made this video that was just about like they will keep teasing you because they are getting a response from you and so we'd we teach our own kids this like you have to. You have to teach them to be like what like literally my whole video was like here the faces you make when someone tries to make finding view like literally like what. I do wish like the the thing if I could in one thing on my boys and Noah when she's able to understand this. It's how little any of the things that I worried about in grade school or high school now matter in my live them literally. None of them bless you. It's such an easy thing are you. Okay Oh bless you man yeah. It's no middle. School is so crazy and the things that they are drowning in and worried about and it stinks but I just I had posted it and then there are adults like Dang. I needed this because honestly what is it was it. Eleanor Roosevelt. Like someone. Only what is it you only someone could Can't make you feel badly without your permission. The idea that like if you are acknowledging it then it becomes your truth and if you just absolutely don't like like it's yeah okay. Great I think I've said this on the show now about fifteen times as one of my favorite quotes I've heard in the last year but Byron Katie. Said Defense is the first act of war. Defense is the first act of war so when you defend yourself when you get into some kind of discussion about what someone has just said or someone who's just done you give them permission to start the fight and when you just absolutely like don't take it in nothing bugs the nothing bugs people more than when they're trying to taunt your they're trying to say something and you're like. I may have to end the face. We may have to abandon. Here's your here's your for. Today your screen chat remain have to abandon the segment where we call out people calling us out giving them or giving never would. I was totally kidding. I would never. I'm joking someone's till you're allergic to the water yet. The APP she's she's being funny. Someone asked if I would talk for boys I signed up for Tick Tock. I just don't understand it yet so. I'm trying to figure out how to do these things that Rachel's doing well and for what it's worth every single video that I have made would absolutely translate to a boy to and I've got plenty of boys who follow me there so for what it's worth splits. Did you know that last ninety days is starting soon? Are Y'all come here on words. This Dang Free Park wearing last night listening to sound off of one to sound off three or four. Give me those communities here. We.

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Man Held for Trial in Shooting Deaths of 2 Men at Campground

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 10 months ago

Man Held for Trial in Shooting Deaths of 2 Men at Campground

"A forty one year old Philadelphia man will stand trial for murder in connection with the deadly double shooting at a Bucks county campground last fall he Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim mail were reports that miles Jones preliminary hearing prosecutors played a pair of chilling nine one one calls from the homes they can't run your Quakertown after forty one year old Eric Braxton forty six year old Arthur hill were both shot one of those calls for one of the victims sons are tells the operator he can't see is that because he's hiding they learns while on the call this father's no longer breathing the other from a woman clearly terrified saying she knows there's a man in the woods was extremely intoxicated with the gun but she said she doesn't know where one called the witness said it was a nightmare prosecutor at Luka it's literally people carrying in the woods in fear of a guy the only person who had a gun there witnesses say it started when Joe's got a fight with his girlfriend around two AM another step then it got physical and someone punched Jones in the face he said the car for about fifteen minutes when he got out witnesses say shop Braxton point blankets Braxton told to calm down they say he shot hill in the back judges lawyers argue self defense but what prosecutors say that's not relevant at this point the case they also say Jones was the only one with the gun and opened fire in a crowded campground at two men who witnesses say were trying to calm him down

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NTSB: Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Missed Clearing Mountain by 20-30 Feet

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:53 min | 10 months ago

NTSB: Kobe Bryant's Helicopter Missed Clearing Mountain by 20-30 Feet

"Breaking news the Ntsb just giving just a horrible update on the crash that killed NBA star. Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others the NTSB as saying at this hour that the helicopter was only twenty to thirty feet from clearing the mountain. That is a mountain that it of course fatally crashed into but only twenty twenty to thirty feet away from actually clearing it and continuing safely That chilling horrible update coming as the world continues to mourn the loss of Bryant his former teammate. Shaquille O'Neal spoke of his love for Bryant today and also warned a conversation that they'll never get the half remote. It'll be able to Joe. Get his hall of fame ceremony. Going to be able to say how I got five. You got four. We're not going to be able to say if we stay together we could have got ten get back and we are learning more about the last few hours of Bryant's life including where he went before he got on that helicopter visit to his church to pray Brooke Baldwin. When is out front tonight new video showing the helicopter carrying NBA star? Kobe Bryant his daughter. Jonah and and seven others captured on camera mere minutes before crashing in the hills of Calabasas taking the lives of everyone on board investigators. GAITERS are scouring the crash site for clues working all hours to find answers just hours before the flight Bryant and his daughter spent that Sunday morning at Church coach he just came. Here is PERSA faith. Any prayed prayed along with the rest of us. Father Steve Salat spoke to Bryant that morning. Those little holy water on his forehead forehead so I knew that he got into the chapel to pray and came out bless himself and then we spoke for a minute shook hands and off. He went he and his daughter. gee-gee received seve communion there that morning leaving just before seven. Am to board the Helicopter Bryant. A Life Long Catholic regularly attended church often At Our Lady Queen of Angels in Newport beach with his family who's quite amount of faith quiet about it but certainly a man of faith that faith is what Bryant credited for for changing his life after being charged with sexual assault in two thousand three Bryant denied sexually assaulting nineteen year old woman but admitted the two had sex sex. He says it was consensual. The charges were eventually dropped in Bryant. Settled civil suit in two thousand five. He told G Q in Two thousand fifteen speaking to a priest is what helped him through those difficult times saying the priest told him to quote let it go move on. God is not going to give you anything thing you can't handle and it's in his hands now. This is something you can't control so let it go. And that was the turning point a point he made in an interview with ESPN when he was asked what he learned from that time. God is Great. Is it that simple. God is Great. Don't get no simpler net. Did you know that I mean I'm everybody knows that but the way you know now did you know what before that incident. You can know it all you want but until you got to pick up their crossed you can't carry. He picks it up for you and carries you and across. Then you know and all around me tonight tonight. Hundreds of fans. I've been here since Sunday. This memorial has tripled in size fans here scribbling on every square inch of this plaza including the concrete floor beneath them. Tonight would have been the first Lakers game since the crash instead fans are here for much different reason mourning the loss of a man who's Mamba mentality lives on Aaron Right Brooke thank you very

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The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

The Big Picture

07:03 min | 11 months ago

The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and and this is the big picture. A conversation show about the Academy Awards. They're here. Amanda the Ninety Second Oscar. Nominations have arrived. How are you feeling bright and early on this Monday morning he I do love it? I don't I don't love being here this early. I was saying to you before before we started recording and it just felt like a disclosure before we get into this podcast. My outlook at this hour of the morning is never the best. WE'RE ARE GONNA be flying fast and loose. That's what happens when you record it seven thirty in the morning. We're going to do our best to not make any mistakes. Some mistakes were made by the academy however will be talking about some of them the snubs the surprises houses. Some of the Nice things that happened with the nominations this morning. It's it'll be a robust conversation about what will be happening on February ninth the Academy Awards. Yeah there are some good do things absolutely absolutely some baffling things. Where do you WANNA start? We start with the big picture. Big Picture let's do it okay. Problem in the big picture do you. Yeah I mean maybe we'll start with the most honored movies that seems like the safest place to start first and foremost first and foremost the joker comes to us with eleven nominations now. Were you surprised now. I wasn't either. Let me tell you something about joker people in the academy love. I love that movie actors. They love it directors. We learned clearly. They love it craftspeople. They love it. Composers there in up and down the board and you've only got one acting nomination for this for walking Phoenix. So you can see how it's it's diversely. Spread across the entire voting body any significant takeaways from joker being the leading vote getter so to speak in this in this race. I didn't expect it to be the leading nomination. I think I expected that to go in nineteen seventeen which is a little bit recency bias and also just because I expected nineteen seventeen to grab every single technical nomination because that's it is Zayd technically accomplished movie so joker winning denominations thing is not what you want it is. It certainly changes the narrative. Maybe I mean it'll change what we talk about this morning. I don't know how much it changes the results on the on Oscar night. It's interesting. How as you prepared to speak about joker you pulled your hair back to a pony tail resignedly? I people know what I think about best and I want to stay right here and right now. It ain't going to change. I think that this is an intellectually bankrupt movie. I think it is the emperor's new clothes. I think that anyone and who thinks that this movie is better than parasite or once upon a time in Hollywood or little women are uncut gems has bad taste and doesn't know things about movies straight up and we can do that for for five weeks or we cannot. I'm at I don't really have the energy to do it for that long. Yeah I don't think that that's I don't think we'll be negotiating that until the movie potentially wins Best Picture which you know not always as the most nominated film the likely best picture winner but sometimes it does happen. Tends to happen with noisy movies. Like Lord of the Rings the return it at King Joker ochre is kind of a noisy movie. This is a billion dollar movie and having this many nominations having this kind of box office having this kind of awareness and having this kind of admiration from from the screen actors is. That's a pretty significant thing. So if we saw a joke best picture win on February ninth. I wouldn't be shocked. I don't know if that's what I'm ready ready to predict at this point but I wouldn't be shocked. I neither and in a lot of ways. It makes a huge amount of sense in terms of the academy has refused to WHO ACKNOWLEDGE COMIC book movies or Superhero Movies for years the academy has been trying to update itself to chew reward new types of movies too like to be current to be younger and that the end of the day the score says he caused play. Look it's tiny. Batman man movie winning Best Picture would be academy esque thing to do. It's true and it would be one year after Black Panther which sort of ushered in a lot of these conversations. What else has been honored here once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite the Irishman? You've mentioned those ten nominations for each movie. I don't think a huge surprise there for once upon a time in the Irish Ryan parasite is excuse me once upon a time in the Irishman ten as nineteen seventeen. Let's just talk about those first four gets parasite and I think that is. This is kind of standard operating procedure seizure. What we've got here is three people who made films who have been hugely recognized in the past Quentin Tarantino? Martin Scorsese Mendis as you said the reasons he buys of nineteen seventeen creeping innocent all weekend thinking nineteen seventeen the presumptive frontrunner for best picture. I don't know if I still feel that way right now. A couple of little chinks in the armor that will take a look at identify whether or not that's still the case any big time takeaways from the ten NAM's for all three of those movies are taking things for granted I am. I know that I'm taking granted. It's fantastic once upon a time in Hollywood got ten nominations. It's fantastic. They got ten movies. Nineteen seventeen very impressive movie. We're GONNA talk more about it later this week. It is less surprising that got ten nominations. You know I I saw someone on twitter describing this as a real like wars and cars years which every year at the academy is that you know the nineteen seventeen is the war part of that but very well made movie I it. So that's good. We shouldn't immediately jumped to all of the griping even though I certainly have and the reason I did that is because Joe got eleven nominations and I really don't WanNa talk about it this early in the morning but there are a great films that are being recognized there are among them is also parasite and little women both of which pulled in six nominations. Yes which is interesting. I am not surprised by either of those things but it is. It is a credible accomplishment. And I think a Lotta people on any kind of film. Twitter sense are frustrated by some of the joker recognition ignition but parasite getting six Oscar. Nominations is insane it is. There is no precedent in ninety one consecutive Oscar categories or excuse me ninety one consecutive Oscars for something like this happening so I take some solace in parasites success. So far I live is my favorite film of the year or was it. Yeah I think I put it at number one very early. It's definitely up there and put it on my decade. Let's no this is an amazing film and like and Bongino hoping direct nominated for best director. That's very exciting. And you are completely right that it was it has become such a quote lock or we we we were so sure of it that we are not like Kinda rejoicing especially in the parasite of it. All little women is the same way. There are a a couple notable omissions in the little women. Nominations that maybe put a sleigh damper on it which we will talk more about but you know it did get nominated for best picture. Sure thank the Lord. I thought that was the one where I was. Just GonNa not show up this morning.

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The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

The Big Picture

10:16 min | 11 months ago

The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and and this is the big picture. A conversation show about the Academy Awards. They're here. Amanda the Ninety Second Oscar. Nominations have arrived. How are you feeling bright and early on this Monday morning he I do love it? I don't I don't love being here this early. I was saying to you before before we started recording and it just felt like a disclosure before we get into this podcast. My outlook at this hour of the morning is never the best. WE'RE ARE GONNA be flying fast and loose. That's what happens when you record it seven thirty in the morning. We're going to do our best to not make any mistakes. Some mistakes were made by the academy however will be talking about some of them the snubs the surprises houses. Some of the Nice things that happened with the nominations this morning. It's it'll be a robust conversation about what will be happening on February ninth the Academy Awards. Yeah there are some good do things absolutely absolutely some baffling things. Where do you WANNA start? We start with the big picture. Big Picture let's do it okay. Problem in the big picture do you. Yeah I mean maybe we'll start with the most honored movies that seems like the safest place to start first and foremost first and foremost the joker comes to us with eleven nominations now. Were you surprised now. I wasn't either. Let me tell you something about joker people in the academy love. I love that movie actors. They love it directors. We learned clearly. They love it craftspeople. They love it. Composers there in up and down the board and you've only got one acting nomination for this for walking Phoenix. So you can see how it's it's diversely. Spread across the entire voting body any significant takeaways from joker being the leading vote getter so to speak in this in this race. I didn't expect it to be the leading nomination. I think I expected that to go in nineteen seventeen which is a little bit recency bias and also just because I expected nineteen seventeen to grab every single technical nomination because that's it is Zayd technically accomplished movie so joker winning denominations thing is not what you want it is. It certainly changes the narrative. Maybe I mean it'll change what we talk about this morning. I don't know how much it changes the results on the on Oscar night. It's interesting. How as you prepared to speak about joker you pulled your hair back to a pony tail resignedly? I people know what I think about best and I want to stay right here and right now. It ain't going to change. I think that this is an intellectually bankrupt movie. I think it is the emperor's new clothes. I think that anyone and who thinks that this movie is better than parasite or once upon a time in Hollywood or little women are uncut gems has bad taste and doesn't know things about movies straight up and we can do that for for five weeks or we cannot. I'm at I don't really have the energy to do it for that long. Yeah I don't think that that's I don't think we'll be negotiating that until the movie potentially wins Best Picture which you know not always as the most nominated film the likely best picture winner but sometimes it does happen. Tends to happen with noisy movies. Like Lord of the Rings the return it at King Joker ochre is kind of a noisy movie. This is a billion dollar movie and having this many nominations having this kind of box office having this kind of awareness and having this kind of admiration from from the screen actors is. That's a pretty significant thing. So if we saw a joke best picture win on February ninth. I wouldn't be shocked. I don't know if that's what I'm ready ready to predict at this point but I wouldn't be shocked. I neither and in a lot of ways. It makes a huge amount of sense in terms of the academy has refused to WHO ACKNOWLEDGE COMIC book movies or Superhero Movies for years the academy has been trying to update itself to chew reward new types of movies too like to be current to be younger and that the end of the day the score says he caused play. Look it's tiny. Batman man movie winning Best Picture would be academy esque thing to do. It's true and it would be one year after Black Panther which sort of ushered in a lot of these conversations. What else has been honored here once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite the Irishman? You've mentioned those ten nominations for each movie. I don't think a huge surprise there for once upon a time in the Irish Ryan parasite is excuse me once upon a time in the Irishman ten as nineteen seventeen. Let's just talk about those first four gets parasite and I think that is. This is kind of standard operating procedure seizure. What we've got here is three people who made films who have been hugely recognized in the past Quentin Tarantino? Martin Scorsese Mendis as you said the reasons he buys of nineteen seventeen creeping innocent all weekend thinking nineteen seventeen the presumptive frontrunner for best picture. I don't know if I still feel that way right now. A couple of little chinks in the armor that will take a look at identify whether or not that's still the case any big time takeaways from the ten NAM's for all three of those movies are taking things for granted I am. I know that I'm taking granted. It's fantastic once upon a time in Hollywood got ten nominations. It's fantastic. They got ten movies. Nineteen seventeen very impressive movie. We're GONNA talk more about it later this week. It is less surprising that got ten nominations. You know I I saw someone on twitter describing this as a real like wars and cars years which every year at the academy is that you know the nineteen seventeen is the war part of that but very well made movie I it. So that's good. We shouldn't immediately jumped to all of the griping even though I certainly have and the reason I did that is because Joe got eleven nominations and I really don't WanNa talk about it this early in the morning but there are a great films that are being recognized there are among them is also parasite and little women both of which pulled in six nominations. Yes which is interesting. I am not surprised by either of those things but it is. It is a credible accomplishment. And I think a Lotta people on any kind of film. Twitter sense are frustrated by some of the joker recognition ignition but parasite getting six Oscar. Nominations is insane it is. There is no precedent in ninety one consecutive Oscar categories or excuse me ninety one consecutive Oscars for something like this happening so I take some solace in parasites success. So far I live is my favorite film of the year or was it. Yeah I think I put it at number one very early. It's definitely up there and put it on my decade. Let's no this is an amazing film and like and Bongino hoping direct nominated for best director. That's very exciting. And you are completely right that it was it has become such a quote lock or we we we were so sure of it that we are not like Kinda rejoicing especially in the parasite of it. All little women is the same way. There are a a couple notable omissions in the little women. Nominations that maybe put a sleigh damper on it which we will talk more about but you know it did get nominated for best picture. Sure thank the Lord. I thought that was the one where I was. Just GonNa not show up this morning. Yes so there's something interesting about the parasite. Nominations to be one is that the film was recognized in both best editing and best production design. which are you know? Chris categories and on the one hand that's kind of impressive and shows a broad sense of support amongst the academy. No acting nominations for the movie though. Oh No song-ho none of the other actors in the film were recognized. There's a maybe a case to be made that this is a kind of acknowledgement of like a film mastery mastery but maybe not the same kind of Hollywood is star mastery. That movie like the Irishman or once upon a time in Hollywood receives. I'm not sure where I fall on that. I think it does feel like progress to me to some extent the little women thing you make a fair point which is that on the one hand brilliantly made movie with wonderful performances. It's great that it's nominated for best picture as well. The absence of Greta Gerwig In the best director category something. We'll talk about a little bit more here on kind of what that means. It's kind of dangerous to draw mega conclusions from the Academy Awards. There's only eight thousand people in this group and a lot of them are old and weird so you can't we don't this is even though. This is the sort of the definitive document of movie history story in terms of achievement. It is one of the wonkfest award recognizing bodies in the in the world Academy President David Rubin noted that what makes makes this special is that this is the people who make movies voting on. What is the best movies? And that's part of what makes the ostrich great that's part of what makes them kind of terrible is because there's an insularity into some of this. The parasite recognition is something that makes me think. Maybe this isn't such an insular body anymore. Maybe there are a lot of international voters. Maybe this is changing changing. Maybe the the way that we look at international movies changing in our American culture. I think that's certainly true. And I and I do think that the economy trying to change itself and how we talked about the movies has evolved enough that we were starting in a place where we expected parasite to be nominated expected. Little women to be nominated we were talking about whether uncut cut gems would make an end and the fact that. We're all kind of bummed out about the fact that uncut gems got snubbed. which it your? Maybe you're not supposed to use the word snob in that context. But let's use it always it got snuck. Uncut gems was snubbed and that I think that that in does indicate some some progress wrestle. Change some different lineup than we would have had five years ago and a different approach to the movies on the flip side we can. We can only only addressed the world that we live in. And I do feel because we've been having these conversations for awhile and because it was such an exciting year in a year that has parasite parasite the Irishman once upon a time in Hollywood uncut gems. Little women the farewell. What am I forgetting? I mean all kinds of movie. Sure but you know all vendors and games okay shirt KAZAM. Great Active Pika Chew. Well that was this does I can't help but feel that. This is a disappointing configuration of of that list of movies. It's not totally disappointing. But there is something of. We got our hopes up enough. They are kind of like. Oh yeah this is still the academy. And they're still going to be a lots of nominations for the more traditional types of movies

"joe get" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"joe get" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Know good to know all right. We'll talk. Some comics fills comics corner all right. Who wants to start late week for me? You Bliss out outlet you lay so you didn't read That man eighty four eighty four. I mean it. Tom King's only got one more issue. Issue now this one he basically shows how we got here with Bruce Flashpoint Batman the voice should be basically goes backwards. You know chose him teaming up with with Bain and then it shows how Thomas Wayne God here is member of the button storyline lilith reverse flash brought Thomas Wayne to this yes universe and then he starts flashing back to his world. I guess they weren't romantic but he was. He was like I guess. He teamed up with Cat Woman in his universe. She was kind of like these Robin. That'd be super creepy. Since he would lift. When you're old enough to be for Dow- well well that's the thing gathered there? They weren't romantic because he was because I guess they meet and he's he's like he's like your mind me and my son he would have been your age. Because to me fair Batman the fat girl in some storyline so in the story line in the killing joke movie we will go but yeah now. In the flashpoint university showed me how Bruce's mother becomes the joker. She she kills Alfred in that Universe Alpha King kitchen breaking any universe kill them in one group true. Oh and then they show in that universe after up. W- after the you know after Joe Chill Kills Bruce later on Thomas Fines Joe Chill and kills him he bazeley bludgeons is heading with Iraq over and over again. Joe Get arrested in that universities and get away. What in the flash point? Yeah I don't know because they data shows him like killing them in an alley so I mean if he got if he gets arrested he gets out of the venture. They don't have very good especially in flash painting we're in the DC univer now the marvel universe with no better criminal breakouts. You should be a segment you do about the dozens.

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Nancy Pelosi tells reporter who asks if she hates Trump: "Don't mess with me"

Doug Stephan

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Nancy Pelosi tells reporter who asks if she hates Trump: "Don't mess with me"

"With a focus on Nancy and Joe and the camel I have questions about camera that Joe did a pretty good yeah actually both Joe and Nancy yesterday sort of took off after people losing that was interesting yeah Jennifer ladies in general did you think Nancy has a little starch Joe's got a little starch ready thank I've been trying to be mean but nasty must've been the nipping at the cooking sherry early in the day Jack frost nipping at her nose is that yeah is that what she had to interesting at two interesting press conferences first one is the one that historic and that was the one that happened about nine AM eastern time six AM Pacific and that is when Nancy Pelosi took to a podium and said that she is ordering that the Judiciary Committee move forward on articles of impeachment meaning that to this is still moving on it that this will continue and that most likely president trump will be in peace in the next couple of weeks Jerry Nadler has ordered his Judiciary Committee to stay in town over the weekend they are working on it red lining the document that Adam Schiff put together three hundred pages of a report basically laying out the evidence against president trump the we don't know exactly what the what the charges will be at but most likely it will be abuse of power which would include bribery obstruction of justice and obstruction of Congress those three things would be included in the articles they may actually even put in some some from the Muller report probably enter the obstruction of justice heading I don't know exactly how to look but that's how it that's exactly what they're talking about and it looks like the votes for the full Congress could happen as early as the week of December sixteenth so it not this coming week but the week after that so that it can happen before Christmas is that it says they're ready for it president trump said it bring it on make it fast let's get this over with and does so away we go towards impeachment in January now you mentioned Joe Biden Joe Biden also got a little salty and he was on the road at getting at getting questioned about his son's role in Ukraine and he took on someone and one of his campaign events two of them exchanged words there was some debate over whether Joe Biden said fax or call the guy fact little little does that there later in the day for Nancy Pelosi she came back into her normal press conference which is done every Thursday by the speaker of the house and the ashy was leaving the podium one of the reporters said do you hate president trump and she went kind of ballistic I mean literally she did she hurt his back was a fabulous I thought our answer and the weird hate his no place I don't know it you hear you know me I see it all the time I yeah will use that she walked right back to the podium though and started lecturing I mean she was already should Sir Affleck helmet she a walk when did she say what was her response the Arab have like I've had a lot to not use the word hate and I don't believe in that word and I don't hate anyone and I pray for president trump everyday and so you kind of don't mess with me she thought yeah that was kind of a funny like don't mess with me about that

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Your Favorite Trader Joe's Skincare Products

Forever35

07:22 min | 1 year ago

Your Favorite Trader Joe's Skincare Products

"I was listening to the episode about the woman with a flawless skin? Thanks to trader Joe's enriched moisturizing lotion and I've been using it for years. Then I levitz going to tell you guys go to trader Joe's don't miss the antioxidant facial serum for all types of serum and you should definitely treat yourself to the LAVENDER's de-subscribe it will turn your shower and do my full on spice enjoy. Thanks for keeping me company then yesterday work and I can't wait wait here about your traderjoes. Hall lavender sea salt scripts sounds great disown. I've purchased a few of their shower scrubs before and as mentioned I have they're like shampoo in my shower. I did get this serum in my hall okay good. I haven't cracked open yet. We will kind of uniting to have a meeting about Blair Joe's mission but F- Why those items are in their here's another facial skincare trader. Joe's rave that we received received hi Katie Jori I'm driving to my mom's house for Labor Day weekend and I was just listening to the latest minneap we were talking about toners and I I wanNA share my favorite. It's not super fancy. I love the trader Joe's Rosewater Toner as I sit on my face after I wash it. It's refreshing. It's not expensive. I believe its cruelty free It's just a great product so thanks thanks for pod is nice. That's in the hall. Thank you I also want to note that. That caller left that voicemail a few weeks ago before this original trader Joe's skin lotion call. I'll look at Vassar. They were in the in box just waiting adding to be heard so lobby to that one right. We've got a body care recommendation making making gory emily. I just listened to the part of the mini episode. We're GONNA do a trader Joe's product test and I got so excited as you both did as well that I had to call in and mentioned the trader Joe's mango shaved clean you. You should definitely include this in your test. I have been using. There's there's nothing like I love it so much. It's not it's not the cheapest chasing gentleness McLean that you can buy but it's definitely the most effective my legs used to each so bad after I use like the Gillette you know the GEL that can turn into a foam when you rubbed it together because it was so drying but the trader just is so you you should definitely for that in your in your product test also loved the superstar wash and I can't wait to hear more wrecks. Thanks guys so oh I did not even know they had shaving cream. I missed that I mean I haven't I did not by the body wash so we've got to go back and get a whole we should basically sleep just by their entire skin-care body section and then while we're there pick up some frozen croissants to to Karaka made their frozen macaroni loans. I don't think so but I think I've had them at. Your House is a possible no good by them. I haven't made them. They're frozen. Croissants are legit legit delicious. I served them on Christmas morning. Oh there's so much good stuff to be found a trader. Joe's I mean aside from the skin care the gross I mean gross talk about forever but we won't we won't but we will in the future episode all right last voicemail with a seasonal holiday skin-care recommendation from TJ's Aj's hiking endure. This is Jessica S I actually just pause the most recent mini episode to call all the first time first time caller here because the idea of a trader Joe's focused product recommendation excited me so much and actually actually have a recommendation the caveat to this is it is not in the trader. Joe's usual lineup only come out at Christmas. At least I've only seen it the run up to Christmas but it is so good it's worth it and I usually stop then and it is the trader Joe's face mask trio the door. I know that you're not a massacre. Here's the thing I'm actually not a massacre either. I like to do what just occasionally like a relaxing thing or like a clean ass just when I've had some breakout and the price is right on these I forget what it cost. I bought these obviously last year but I wonder if either around on ten dollars maybe they also make great guests especially if you're ever part of like a gift exchange with the low amount and you get a clay eighty talk mask a pineapple papaya enzyme math at exploiting and then a moisturizing rose gel mask there each to fluid ounces also also perfect for travel. I cannot recommend these enough I don't really love masks a lot so I don't like you spend a lot of money on it. Honestly honestly I have tried much more expensive mass that I do not like nearly as well as best trader Joe's facemask trio so if you end up doing your focus focus on traderjoes products. I know it won't be out probably for at least another month or so but definitely keep your eyes out all right guys. I love your podcast I so much it's one of the highlights of my reach by so what I've always heard like on. The rumor mill of trader Joe's is that they are more expensive products products that like trader Joe's gets and just puts their trader Joe's label on. Have you ever heard this. I've heard serve a version of this. which is that a lot of their stuff his made in the same production facilities as differently branded item right and they just put their the name on it? I feel like Costco. Does something similar like. Everyone says that the Kirkland brand diapers are the same as huggies Caesar's interesting. Yeah I know Kirk Lyons coffee that they sell with their brand is starbucks but they have that on the label. I would be interested to know what the well here's an example that I know for a fact because this was written about but Bomba the Israeli peanut snack. There's now a trader Joe's version. Yes and I believe it is made under the same auspices as the original Bomba so I've I wonder what this if the skin care is available elsewhere a very interesting point. If there are any more you have to get chemists confessions on. Yes we Ojo Elliott the Mama Pa we do make a note yes but there's anyone who works the traderjoes skincare department slide into. RDM's get in there. Leave us an anonymous message out. Tell us what is going on with. These products secrets also send us some dried mango because that is my favorite thing trader

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"joe get" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"joe get" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"But it's north of Sacramento and directly west of the national forest. Thank you very much. No that's good information honestly because especially for people that aren't are in California for looking it up on a map you you can find a little bit easier so essentially because there are a lot of them live with their parents still their clothes have been laid out in the evening of the twenty fourth before they left for Chico so they're excited about getting back to this basketball game so right away. That's important formation no too because you always wonder. Is there an aspect of them purposefully not returning. They had a fun thing plan that they're gonNA do on the weekend. They went to basketball game before their own tournament weekend. They had their clothes laid out before they left. They played for it was is difficult. Vocational Rehabilitation Center is where they played basketball so that was their team gateway gators and the team Ted. We're had asked his mother to wash his new wight high top sneakers for the term insane. We got a big game Saturday. Don't you let me oversleep so they specifically. They're excited about this. You know it was a big basketball. We can for these guys. They're really early days. Before I phone alarms. I know right so when the Group failed to return Yuba city their families became concerned immediately and call the police lease so again. This is where if it's a bunch of adults that don't really have an issue there plywood raise too many alarms that they went to a college basketball game and didn't come back the next stay. I mean what are your thoughts immediately. If just a normal group of guys they probably went out drinking got a hotel and stayed the night but they were expected to be home home to start this this this tournament so immediately. The sheriff's department began searching for him so just a recap they went from Cuba to Chico for in college basketball game. They stopped at a convenience store on their way back. The game ended about ten so they would have got back probably around midnight you know if they're a little later twelve thirty one. AM and they had a very important basketball tournament. They're playing in over the weekend that they're supposed to be a part of Sheriff's department start searching so we're gonNA fast fast for the weren't anymore. UPDATES till Tuesday February twenty eighth. This is when a forest ranger found Jack Madrid's car abandoned so this is a forest stranger in the national forest. The vehicle was a turquoise and white nineteen sixty nine mercury MONTALTO. It was on an unpaved road near Oroville in the Rogers cow camp area past elk retreat at an elevation of four thousand five hundred feet so this is in the national forest I and it was located around a two and a half hour drive from Chico in the opposite direction of the route. They're supposed to drive home and way up in the mountains in the Plumas National Forest Mike. I know you looked at a map. I think Chico's north correct north of Yuba Yeah Chico's north a little a bit north. I'd say north and slightly West took so I mean they even city they had it's in the freeway. There is a straight south drive. Yeah that would went so they went even farther north twice the distance essentially in the wrong direction up in the mountains and then abandoned in their car was abandoned. It's pretty incredible like they drove twice a distance in the wrong direction so the Plumas National Force against one point five million Acre acre national forest we talked about that. It's unique the locations you because if you look at you on the map it is south of Chico both on the same highway anyway so again. It's extremely easy to get back and forth. It's basically you get on the highway and go all the way and you get off the city so getting back on the highway to head south it'd be it'd make more sense if they got lost somewhere on the way south because the highway doesn't continue the way they went during the investigation. The police did not find anything that would make someone think foul play occurred so the car was unlocked. One Window is down in the keys. Were missing the candy rappers from the things they bought the milk. Cartons and basketball programs were in the car and maps were left in the glove compartment. They did have maps and the directions to get to and from their destination and where they wanted to go home so there's no obvious damage to the car which was a big deal because they said the road they they were on was super bumpy in unmade so basically it was a road that you should be driving in a four wheel or four wheel drive vehicle on like taping type of thing so they must have been driving slow or something because they would have expected there to be damage on the car that was noted in the police report so obviously the road was bad enough that they were surprised at this Mercury Taegu made it as far as it did with no bumps anything essentially they had a quarter tank of gas and they were not stuck in the snow. Basically what confused investigators is that the driver either use astonishingly honestly amount of care precision our new the road well enough to anticipate every single rut. It's pretty incredible and then they had gas they weren't stuck so they're high up enough and there was some snow avail on the ground. They essentially abandoned fully functional car is what they're really looking AETNA and that's kind of what confused them. It's like you have this car of guys there either lost or something and they left a car that had gas that wasn't stuck that wasn't damaged yeah so very very very confusing to investigators working on this so now we have a big gap. Were basically a search churches occurring. They didn't have any updates so from February twenty eighth to March third. We're going to be talking about Rangers. Search the area for five days found on no trace of the men to make things worse soon after the search started a severe blizzard moved into the area and they got nine inches of snow that dropped in the upper mountain so this is an obviously hinder any of the search efforts that they had the search teams had so many issues that they stated that they nearly lost men themselves two days later they had these things called snow cats that were having issues these like the boxy vehicles with tank tracks for snow and I'm trying to think of the do you remember the movie Goldeneye. Can I the James Bond movie I do. It's it's do you remember those things that they had when they earn like Siberia Yup. That's what they're talking about so they had these snow cats. He's things things that could basically navigate all so they're really bringing out some of the right equipment and they they knew the area well enough that they're gonNA get a decent search and even though they had the blizzard going on so as the news the disappearance spread Joseph Scans contacted the police say he had seen the men between eleven pm am and twelve pm on that Friday so we now also have a guy that saw the news comments said you know hey I actually saw these guys from eleven to noon news that would also fall in line with the timeframe of the drive somewhat after they left that that shop so they saw them eleven pm to twelve. Am Yeah Yeah I did say five PM. I meant okay but he saw them in that window and he estimated that time 'cause we're talking. It's it's a week or two later when he calls after he sees the news so he was driving up gravel road to his cabin when his car became stuck in the snow and unfortunately while trying trying to push his car out he suffered a heart attack so this is this is where this is where the and this is why. I don't want to say like the story but this is what really got me see for this story so the Rub for this is there are two different versions of the story both of which are weird and somewhat creepy alright it version one and they come from this guy who suffered a heart attack and did he die from a heart attack. He did not die from the heart attack and so this yes I guess yeah he told the story he told the story but still it's. It's this is going to blow your mind cause. I know you didn't read this yet. In one version while Joe I was laying in his car suffering from his apparent heart attack he saw two sets of headlights coming up behind him was a car and the other was a pickup truck he he got out of his car to flag them down obviously because he's having medical issues. The two vehicles both stopped what he said about twenty feet from him. The passengers passengers got out then left together in one car. Joe Spent the rest of the night in his car before walking back down the mountain in the morning so oh this so okay. Let's recap version one Joe Johns having a heart attack now remember Joe Johns. Is this guy who contacted police saying he saw the group so he's not part of the moon. I'm going to try and keep recapping as much as possible because there's a lot of actors in this story Joe Get stuck on this road again. This is the road where the this group of five that are developmentally disabled drove up with no issue. This guy has a cabin here and had issues driving up this road. He got stuck in the snow. He he was trying to push his car out of being stuck. When he suffered heart attack? He's laying in his car having a heart attack apparently when he sees headlights come up thinking thinking he's got some sort of salvation. He's going to get help. He flags them down. Both cars. Stop the people exit the cars all enter into one car just simply drive away which means they left the pickup truck there apparently then this guy who's having a heart attack spent the night having his heart attack in his car car in walked out to get help and survived so that's version.

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"joe get" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

13:19 min | 1 year ago

"joe get" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Funny. It's such a great little great little secrets. They are. You guys ready for shelter box sure thanks Oh we should talk about the we have yet to actually talk about the intro of Captain Blue. When Joe is I talking to them because I think that's worth mentioning sure I remember? I don't remember it. I remember I remember like it's so funny to me. Joe Get sucked into the movie and this is what he's like. I meeting captain blue having lose like Joe. I need you to be the next euro and he's like no way you can't in blue. Oh jagged autograph. No anyways your view watch standout lines to me and it's like off to cut off the dialogue a little early uh-huh. I don't remember that but then I I wasn't paying attention too much that was going on other than the fighting in this game the first time that was like the first moment again that really really made me laugh out loud legitimately start laughing which is rare usually when I'm like watching a show or even watching like really good stand up that I really really enjoy like somebody that I haven't seen it before from comedian. I really like I'll be like yeah. That's funny. I won't laugh like nonstop but then when he was like as soon as Kevin Blue said no I was like. Ah Yes this is going to be this name. They own it from that point on. It doesn't get any less money all right. I wonder what Mice GonNa Save for shelter box right. I think you know I'll I'll go first. I'M GONNA say box because fuck this shit game but I never want to suffer like this again. If I want to suffer I'll put my hand in boiling hot water than play this game again. Oh God yeah put like a glittering there and then they'll be extreme. Maybe it's a cool game. Just don't have the time to want to Redo a level over and over over and over again because I'm just yeah now. That's part of it it just I can't I thought it was older adult but okay figure this out. I have no time and I just the game. Just didn't do it for me and I I never wanna put it again. This is my second copy of the game because I was too lazy to take out. My first copy of they have been in storage bought an on Ebay so I have two copies of the same. No one's going to be in a box. That's where they will say. I want you Sam said it's funny like if it wasn't for like I I'm not quite sure would have stood if I if I hadn't like then figured it out and and beaten to game finally after all these years I forgot to mention I saw my original safe files ten years old two years old. I was like Oh my God. I'm eating. This is her but like there was something about it like even though it was unbelievably hard and punishing the the rest of the game just worked so well that I felt myself wanting to come back to it eventually and that's why I told I do like you guys. Bring me on because I wanNA WANNA play this game again this excuse for you to play the game. He didn't want us to play for the pockets. You just want an excuse for I needed to be that you don't understand like this. Is something about it. Man It just it's the I._p.. Is Awesome and I'd love to see more of it. Signs a shelf. This game wasn't originally on schedule originally just supposed to be lion king and then we changes to this game. They'd probably a good decision. Yes I agree but I would wait lying. We'll see we'll see what the numbers are. All of a sudden we get a shitload of Fan Mail. Eight male wanted lion game with the Hell uh-huh Stewart about you so I I'm GonNa put this Michelle. I this game kicked by ass but likes in like same as I am a survival horror famous I in a survival vital horror fan. I'm a horror fan games. I'm a horror fan and so I've got that like Stockholm Syndrome where the harder game is generally the more I enjoy so you have that in common with someone else on the show I mean if somebody came up and punched me in the face and be like I love you felt this more shelf. It's hard and it's I mean it's beyond on artists crazy difficult but the visuals of the cinematic invoice behind it all the little the little lightness jokes and Easter eggs and can't just the visuals are so strong I mean it's like it's all it's. It's not quite sell she. I guess but it's it's got almost like a cartoony. Look to it like an animal look. It's just so fun in such a good design that it's gotta go Michelle. I I just yeah I love it the music's great we didn't even talk about the music. I love all bumping. I didn't listen it's hanging it. Some banging tunes there might and how everything was again. It's it's every time a game is is weird. You know it's GonNa go on my shelf. No matter what and this is a weird game. How about you Steffan? This was kind of weird because like I enjoy heart games like I just beat resonable seven on madhouse and that was a lot of fun like I said You your games what I like about. I think what I like about hard difficulty. Though is that like requires some sense of skill so I feel like I have the skill to accomplish that and resin resin evil but like when I was playing beautiful Joe I didn't feel that way at all. Oh Man I just getting lucky on the point. You feel like you're in control of why forget right now you just reminded me of Gray Fox from metal gears like hurt me more but yeah I didn't. I didn't feel like I was agree. Energized with happiness that I accomplished any level just like thank thank God that's fucking over and because of that I'm putting it in the box just because of that feeling but I I on the on the bigger scope of it though I do love the game delay the animation and when Jos like antics of carrying about anything on any level captain blue as a Cougville and even though you saw that twist coming a mile away I am they tell you they tell you that there's GonNa be a plot twist right and and are they also tell you what was they also tell you that there's going to be plots and define it wrong when they say plot win is when like the heroes are at their lowest that's Outta. Plots mist means yeah so so I think like ninety ninety the other ninety percent of this game I loved especially like when you would slow down time and like a helicopter. It'd be shooting bullets a you and it was like the Matrix you're dodging it and stuff like that is awesome and I'm glad Capcom took a chance on this I._p.. To actually bring it out to us because I did enjoy my first time playing it back in high school but this time going in the box we're belongs game is going to be anytime. I've talking about <hes> graphic design now from jail yep and before we move on to talk about what we're GONNA to mention next week. I think we deserve a shark FAC about you guys. I got some right now actually God you've got one because I was like oh shit you gotta Google so we're going to bring you all intents and purposes. We have here remember I'll show you some of each each Wales. Sharks spot pattern one is unique as a fingerprint and also. I didn't know that and last one different shark species reproducing different ways see the trouble with the trump. This segment is I never know what I'm trying to think of like a facts like I can't think of it during the week because I can't remember if it's a fact I said before or if it's just a fact I've heard a lot since I live literally live at the beach. I hear a lot of friends CEEFAX. Oh is this something like I wrote down to like the podcast somebody told me like why am I remembering this. Don't feel bad I don't I mean I'd never even kept track what we did for shelf or box yet and one day I should really make an excel spreadsheet and figure out what the hell we brought this. I've constantly got like ten offs was going to my head and I'm like I said more on the show. which was US Stephan you on interviews? What we're playing next week? Yes we are playing <hes> SEGA CD game made by it Deo Kojima assigned <hes> it's called snatcher interesting all know as much about it as we do so blade runner i. I'm very excited for next week and I think that's going to be awesome. Talk about that game. Special guests have any plugs you wanna you WanNa mention sandwiches the guest before I get going I the only thing I would say out the listeners out there. If you get a chance to <hes> come onto this show. It's a lot of fun. It's a lot of fun to talk to these guys and it's always a pleasure to be able to <hes> guest and thank you guys again for bringing me on for a second time. I had a lot of fun game fun. Yeah play a game. That's pretty easy and enjoyable and doesn't make you want to stab yourself in double balcony. Support mass is going to be like Oh. I can't like I want to be on the show and emails. You're playing all of even souls and dark souls this week. I've fallen it before before we wrap up. We follow us on Facebook instagram constantly images of the images for the game that we got cup coming to the show to kind of get you a little background before you listen into US Jabber on for an hour and also want to give a quick shout out to our wonderful intro altro that we have courtesy of Boby Aka Mike Stony it is cool kids go from his EP by bullet a racially that is usually follow him on youtube and you can five more episodes like this on stitcher wherever you did find this. We have a bunch of different things we're doing. We're starting to a few more special. Who have a comic book show that we already released? We have a movie one. We're GONNA have more movies more comic special coming out along with our regular weekly episode treaty guys if we just want to because it's we want keep making you more content and keep you guys listening to us because this fun thing about my plugging lugging Baldy isn't the structure of that plug changes just in time for anyone that listen. It's not written out anywhere anywhere I just remember it and I've said it almost like what now right about twenty times or fifteen times now. I'm always like Oh there. It is every single week I'm like. I don't think that's how he said. Last time might not be process and I go back in the episode like No. It's not it's slightly different. It's just the slightest change at some point. We're going to get him on the show. At some point we signed great and then we put together season three. We got a lot of people that were we gotta get on his show in the future. Yeah I mean we've <unk> album sure we've mentioned it before but yeah we were just opened up to a cavalcade of guests this boy so anyway just messages because we kind of like our format now is just going to have random guests on all the time we have everything pretty planned out ahead of time for the show yeah so you don't have to listen to the three of us being I guess we have. I don't hate his guts because he made me play a game from Hell. Normally which game this you likely we very much 'cause I'm GonNa be pressuring students bringing Maury titles that finish them and for almost most R. E. titles..

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"joe get" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"joe get" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Jimmy helps it does a lot of work in the community helps those kids with the wrestling <hes> the week before his fight we the corner and people in Queens <hes> he's just a good dude man he does put people before himself and <hes>. I think that's really where Al Joe gets his strength through giving to others. I'm starting to come up with that. Because even I quote with <hes> <hes> who would say who don't Bellavia to say think Joe I think he's dead on to I think Benedetto's has been around and I think I'll just wants fair play and that's what I think that's why he said that well yeah and it's that uncommon except I put myself before other the people he puts other people before the only thing that's different about this is the reverse order. That's a big Joe and he fought such a good fight against Munoz. I think he was kind of stood out the city withstood close to him a little more than people expected them to do. You guys plan that like he's not who is almost like like aspirin didn't expect massive to run right into them so lasting wrestler expect did he expect do you think staying with them as much as he did or expect it to be going away. Wow no he he he definitely didn't expect Al Joe to stand with them and and again that really technically technically wasn't a game plan. I mean we did work a little bit on sitting in the pocket but he's his style is that moving in and out on his legs to suffer his hands and this time he switched the script a little bit and I really believe that you could tell tell me what you think it is. I just think by I remember after Ralph Ford Kevin Lee I mean he was so amped in the corner like made this is awesome and I think by being around him and the morale and guys of the gist beserk. Is You know going forward. I think it really upped. His game weighs like I'm doing this. He's he's a hundred percent as the talent sure and <hes> it's really just mindset it really is Jimmy they motivate each other and the the feed off each other's energy really is and they've been having fights a close together mihrab in Algiers Ford on the same night and if the camaraderie is really at an all time high. It's everything's writer I mean look in Jimmy. I don't know if it's rare but I mean these are three guys. That really wants each other. Do good man like it. It's it's really it's fucking great as a coach I love it because it's more than just fighting you know these guys are grown as people and you know the rule doing great in their life which is like again more important than the fighting and right. I mean just to watch those guys together and I want to add. I WANNA I wanNA give a shoutout to this. Jimmy and I want you to watch it. It's it's a little bit. It reminds me of old Benny Hill bid. That's why I don't know how Joe got the heated the music to it it was Al Joe Morale Bob and Al Joe's girlfriend Rebecca and they do a little bit where stealing his cookies and Algebra does it to music. It's it's a little comedy that I I fucking love it. I know it might be. I don't know I'm the I thought it was. I I know something's good when I watch it like fucking ten. This is Jimmy when you got a guy like Miranda who all he does is drain and he's serious to see him in another alive. God how the Hell did Joe get them to do right right right and he looks awesome. Don't it like you said that that Little Benny Hill when he's tipping around on his tippy toes playing music but it was funny house Chris to the <hes> the <hes> the <hes> I wake up to light-heavyweight is that true as of right now yes and but there's nothing scheduled or set up no looking looking for October. I'll okay where's October. Where's October? Is that New York. No New York should be November..

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Joe Horrigan leaves Pro Football Hall of Fame after 42 years

Rich Eisen

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Joe Horrigan leaves Pro Football Hall of Fame after 42 years

"Joe Horrigan. Yes. Forty two years, the keeper of the flame at the pro football fame his last day on the job as yesterday. Mean so would you see the buildings still standing? I don't know. Personally held it up in confirmed. But one of the nicest sweetest guys. ESPN did a story about have over the weekend. I mean he has been doing everything for the hall of fame. And in terms of a great story when we first. When we. Like the sweetest man he would be the ones calling the hall of famers on the phone to let them know. A couple times doing pretty cool, rich because. Yeah, because we all right? So I'll tell story here. So we're on the air in, in Houston, Texas, at the Super Bowl for Super Bowl thirty eight our first one we ever did. Okay. Or the calendar year two thousand four NFL season two thousand three year that the patriots. The panthers. And then we watched them beat the eagles the next year Jacksonville. So reason why I'm bringing this up is our set was right near in the convention center, I ever NFL total axis set right near the main convention center dra- hall like the largest room in the convention center where they held all the press conferences, including for the pro football hall of fame. Now all you folks out there. No, the pro football hall of fame class is announced now at the NFL honors they try to keep it quiet. David Baker, the president of the pro football hall of fame walks around and knocks on doors of hotel rooms were all the eligible finalists are holed up with their families hoping to hear that knock on the door, and it's created some really amazing video moments where David Baker lets the players know that. They're now fully enshrined. They're immortal. It's like a very nice. It's, it's like a publisher's clearinghouse moment without the check. Right. So that's the way it's done now. And they try and keep that quiet until it's announced that the NFL honors a used to be they just announced in the press conference. That's it. And the players who were finalists were invited to the Super Bowl city and those that thought they were gonna make it showed up. Others were working on TV in many other parts of their their lives. There were working professionally at the Super Bowl and for just happened to be there, and some just wouldn't show because they didn't wanna show up to the host city and then find out they didn't make it. It's expensive. You know, and it stinks. I remember one year Warren Moon. Told me the year he got in Warren Moon. Was in town, and he was driving in a car. Somewhere around the city. I forget, what city was announced he was ending his driving in a car, and he was either going to get the phone call from the hall to say that he was in and he'd show up at the convention center drive convention center, or you didn't get the call, Dr the airport. Town. So that's the way it used to be. We're sitting there. And our green room was right next to our NFL, total access at, and John Elway and Barry Sanders, went in that year together. Jill. Look that up for me, make sure that this might not a pulling this story here. Was it? John Elway in Barry Sanders. Think went into the same pro football hall of fame class in the summer of two thousand four. And they were announced N Houston together, and they were. Correct. And they were in our green room. They were in our green room, just chilling out before they were being brought into the draft hall into the into the convention center, press conference hall room. And being announced. And we got an idea at the NFL network. You know what? Let's make this a thing. Like we had video of them waiting, and just we could have interviewed them and like, okay so players are here. And the press conference is going there. Let's televise the press conference. So the next year, I was the host of the press conference, and it was. Difficult. Tap dancing for me when I'm up there and hard-bitten media of the NFL world was used to just having the announcement happen. Right. And those who were there showing up and they'd be there, and they'd find out the rest of them. Instead, we just drew. We I think I kinda Jim great it like we try to draw out and the people in the room. The media members room really getting pissed off. So next year, it was just like we're gonna nounce them and wait for the people to come and show up, and then I would interview them, but sometimes it would take them five ten minutes to get to the convention center. And then the meantime, we would Joe would get the guys who was not who are not there on the phone for me to interview live. I remember those. Joe a couple of times me on live NFL network television. Just trying to tap. That's I forget the name of the guy, you don't have to look it up either. He was a veterans committee. And shrining who had been out of public life for very long time. And I'll be honest with you, who I never heard of I had no idea, he played like it was really from a long time ago. But we were so desperate to fill time. Joe got him on the phone. I don't wanna say. Joe got the guy on the phone, and as we're coming back from commercial break, he tells me, so and so's on the phone, but he probably can only answer questions because he has dimension. Mike ally. Gosh and Joe then ran away. Because he had another phone call to make. Sweetheart. I mean this guy is just so and I just was okay. You know, this is a great moment for this man, I asked him a couple of questions. He was able to actually answer them. But Joe gave me that nice little heads up. You know, hey, just right heads up for you. I may not be able to answer a single question. Guy. He just a sweetheart of a guy and I just wanted to say, thank you, Joe, he's out there, driving around, or he's on the driving range, or wherever somebody just let them know gave a

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"joe get" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"joe get" Discussed on KGO 810

"Jack. And Joe getting. Joe Getty who owed the Bob Mueller radio talk show asked the same question to their listeners. And here's their response. Got the smallest sneck I've ever seen give you this is Ed McMahon. And now he on strong and getting. Aplomb studio sees of space yard. Hey, damn Lee lent Rome with them bowel to the Armstrong and Getty communications compound. And today we're in the between Lynchburg general manager talking about impeachment. Not impeachment talking only this is alive. Programme? I'm holding up a newspaper like hostage to show that doesn't belive program. You get at it printed on the internet yesterday. I had some run I'd run to Aaron Jif today. Morning. And so my first errand I go into the UPS play. And I got us play in there and says wait a second, wait a minute. I'm listening to you right now. It's not really you. And then my next air, and I took away the world's Greg thrown than my next air to errands. I went to get along more and they're playing in there. Wow. He's way to say. India? Testing. Now's a good.

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"joe get" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"joe get" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eric Jordan producing as always this Justice. Mutt? Story. Eric drives me nuts. One. The fact that this individual still calling himself truthful I- consistent, I think he's guilty. I think most reasonable rational people understand that what he did something that people shouldn't do the Cook County state's attorney's office says while it's dropped the charges. It is not exonerating. Does he smell out of allegedly staging a racist and homophobic attack? The chicago. I assistant state's attorney Joe get says they believe jussie smollet did what he was charged with. And they stand behind the investigation and the facts that were revealed, however, our number one priority is combating violent crime and the drivers of violence, and we look to use our resources to do that. And I don't think that Mr. smaller is a driver of violence, and nor was he someone who's a violent criminal..

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How ugly will Canadas 2019 election get?

The Big Story

09:16 min | 2 years ago

How ugly will Canadas 2019 election get?

"End. Up next so schedule Indians are going to make a larger rebate than on Tehran's. Are I get that it has to do with how fuel intensive the local economy is, but that's we real hard to explain to the people who are getting less of a rebate. There's a traitor in all of us direct invest with Scotia. I trade become a new client, and you could get up to fifteen hundred dollars cash or three hundred free trades when you open and fund a new account conditions apply. See Scotia trade dot com for details. The carbon tax is a really interesting issue to me because you would think it would split down the lines of well, we have to do something about climate change. But I'm more interested in if it splits down party lines like is this something that we're seeing conservatives lineup against because I know some conservatives have run on platforms for carbon taxes, we went through an interesting moment is a country where the conservative leader of the largest province Patrick Brown. When he was leading the on -tario conservatives was going to accept the arguments for carbon taxation was going to cooperate with federal efforts on the matter and then use the revenues to pay for the rest of his platform. And and and every conservative Ontario, said sure like fine. Whatever will, you know. It's a little weird. We're not used to being pro carbon-tax. But he he's leader at off we go. And then when he was elected from the party for very much, different reasons, he was replaced by a leadership campaign where every single candidate rejected his vision of the carbon plan and a lot of people who were. Willing to run. So, you know, rod Phillips, the the environment ministry around -tario is an old acquaintance of mine. He was perfectly happy to run as a candidate for Patrick Brown. He was essentially recruited by Patrick Brown is a candidate to run on a platform that included carbon taxes now, he's the environment minister of Ontario. He's taking the feds to court, and he is he canceling cap and trade carbon tax every effective measure to reduce emissions. How you and something like that? There's a lot in politics that resembles sports more than it resembles philosophy. And if you're if you're wearing the blue jersey, then you're going to do with the blue jersey says an an and if that changes than than I found people be remarkably agile, he's a conservative because this is this is what being a conservative means this year. Yeah. Does that cost you later on because that's something that's gonna come back. Come back on them so blatant. Yeah. I have to say that it. Sure, not guaranteed the cost you. I mean every federal liberal in the country was against free trade in. In nineteen eighty eight. And then all for it by nineteen Ninety-three, right? When an McClellan was the Justice minister of Canada, she stood up in the house of Commons and promised the Canadian people that extending same-sex benefits as part of the public sector employees working conditions would not lead to gay marriage in Canada. She said, look, we're not this. Nobody's talking about gay marriage. And then four years later they were talking about gay marriage. And and McClellan was fine with it. You know, politics often doesn't involve a sort of a stately and orderly evolution towards a higher level of of of Justice in awareness. It often just involves swallowing yourself whole and hoping that nobody notices that's a good way to put it as we get into the actual campaign, which starts in January. How important is it going to be for the liberal party to kind of articulate the message that that you said is working for them on the carbon tax, but you kind of have to explain it. And I wonder if as the campaign starts and kind of slogans get shorter and punchier. And simpler, if we have any idea if they're going to be able to do that I for one very curious to see how this works out. Look in some ways, the the liberal planets simplicity itself, if you burn fuel you will pay a tax that is assessed based on scientists best guess about about how much carbon you're putting into the air. And it's the same as a gasoline tax that we pay now it's the same as all sorts of consumption taxes taxes for smoking, and so on and then the the extra little bit of it is the revenues that are raised in a province from that tax ninety percent of them. Go back to people to individuals through the income tax system. And because that includes revenues that are raised from business, but don't go back to business the revenues that are raised from business. Also, go to individuals most people are going to get more in rebates than they paid out in carbon taxes up mostly at the at the at the gas pump and on their fuel bills. And I think that's a pretty basically easy thing for people to understand. But there's a there's a lot of weird kind of quirks to it. I if you live in one province your rebate is bigger than if you. Live in another. So Cisco Indians are going to make a larger rebate than on Tehran's. Are I get that? It has to do with how fuel intensive the local economy is, but that's we real hard to explain to the people who are getting less of a rebate. It's not even obvious to someone who lives in gap. No on the, you know, ten miles from parliament hill on the Quebec side why they're not getting any rebate at all. But somebody lives on the interior side is and you can say, well, it's kind of obvious it's because Quebec is cooperating with the carbon tax Ontario's fighting against it. So that the feds have to set up their own, gene. But look already I'm I'm a couple blocks down the road. So that was gonna stop complex explanations of complexity that are not easy to use as a rebuttal to simple things. Like, why are they taxing every time? We get in our car. You know? Yeah. Why does Joe get a better rebate than Jane? This is not going to be an easy argument to win. It seems to me. I would we talk to you back in in August or early September about Hamish Marshall, you told us kind of the thought carbon tax was going to be. V hill that this election would be fought on you still think that. Yeah. Certainly one of the big ones both sides can imagine a situation where it's not in their interest to talk about this all the time. I'm struck by how few public comments, Catherine McKenna. The environment minister has made Ian detailed defense of this plan and of the philosophy behind it. She tweets a lot of feel good stuff on Twitter, but she's not easy to get an interview with and often in the interview, she doesn't say a lot. So the the liberals plainly think that they win they're likely to win on this. If they don't tire people out by always talking ear off about it. And similarly, I can imagine the conservative saying, you know, we can get these guys on general taxes taxation on general cost of living on affordability on not getting along. With our American cousins, there's a million issues that they can go after the the the the liberals on that may be cleaner lines of attack. But I just think it's in these people the the liberals believe themselves to be the party of climate virtue. And the conservatives be. Believe themselves to be the only people who understand the real nature of Canada as a resource producing center. And I don't think they'll be able to. I don't think I don't think MIR tactics will be enough to keep them from resisting going at each other hammer and Tong on this. I just think they can't resist a fight on this issue. I've heard that the election campaign itself is going to be nasty, but honestly going at each other hammering tongs over the merits of a carbon tax seems like a pretty civil disagreement. Do you have a sense as we head into twenty nineteen? How nasty the campaign will be. I think they're always pretty nasty. I mean, I it's interesting, George W George H W Bush, the elder of the two Bush presidents just passed away. And I read all of the eulogies that said he was such a gentleman in such a fine fellow right? I remember the the nineteen eighty eight presidential election, the one that he ended up winning when he succeeded from Ronald Reagan, and he ran against Michael Dukakis who was an academic who is a very ineffective fellow. And that campaign got so nasty about prison. Furloughs for convicted, rapists. And and and now long forgotten issues since then that Newsweek magazine had a cover illustration drawn by Garry Trudeau who was the the guy who did Doonesbury showing Bush Dukakis, mud fighting mud wrestling, you know, and with Bush's cartoon hands curled around dukakis's throat campaigns are always way nastier than we think failed. The it's it's become a bit of a cliche on parliament hill before every campaign. Everyone says well, this one's going to be very orderly. And you know, we can predict how this is going to happen. And then somebody in power starts to lose or somebody. Who's got a shot at power starts to see it slip away from them. And this is their entire career. The stakes are so high that look I've never seen a boring campaign because I don't think I don't think the people in it can afford to have the boring, and they're so convinced that the other side is wrong for the country that the that each side feels permitted to say just anything about the other side. And so there's no self restraint. And I'm not sure this next campaign is going to be worse than any of those. But you know, we always kid ourselves that they're going to be really straightforward and. They always turn out to be just the damnedest thing you ever. So that's one reason why I stay in this game. Thanks, paul. You. Welcome. Paul senior writer for Maclean's based on parliament hill. That was the big story brought to you by Scotia. I trade you can visit Scotia I trade dot com to start direct investing today, and you can visit the big story podcast dot CA. If you want more big stories, you can also contact us. They are suggest a story idea or just tell us what we're doing wrong. He can also do that on social media, but not in public, please. The at big story podcast on Twitter on Facebook on Instagram. And we are everywhere you get your podcasts, apple Google, Stitcher. Spotify wherever please rate, please review. Hello friend. I'm jordan. He throwing thanks for listening. We'll talk tomorrow.

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Don't eat romaine lettuce, health officials warn

Orlando's Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Don't eat romaine lettuce, health officials warn

"James Comey sources tell the times that began told Trump that as president he didn't have the authority to do. So and began reportedly had White House lawyers prepare a memo warning the president that ordering an investigation of his rivals could be seen as an abusive power and lead to his impeachment. That's reporter, Dave Packard. We told you about this yesterday the annual Turkey, pardon was that was about to go down at the White House. Well, it did. And a plump Turkey named peas will now live to see another day. Thanksgiving is a time of great American traditions. And today, we continue a very special one when a lucky Turkey gets a presidential pardon peas, an understudy name. Carrots will be retiring at big rest exhibit, ever tenure tech. The turkeys are from South Dakota. Trump joked, the Democrats will issue peas and carrots subpoenas when they take control of the house in January, so cute. Turkey's do you? Remember that time that Sarah Palin was doing stand up somewhere and they were slaughtering turkeys behind her over her shoulder sticking the Turkey because they put them head down into shoot. And then they chop their next off. And then they bleed them out that way that was horrific. I remember that. Oh, my I will never be able to forget that. Unfortunately that is seared into my consciousness six. Oh, eight on Orlando's morning news are full five day forecast. Oh my goodness. It's almost thanksgiving. It's brought to you by Tuffy tire and auto service. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. Joe getting ready for the nice long holiday weekend. I think we're starting to get off just about

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Tom Roberts, Cape Canaveral And Joe discussed on Orlando's Morning News

Orlando's Morning News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Tom Roberts, Cape Canaveral And Joe discussed on Orlando's Morning News

"Six minutes. The insight Lander will be the first to study the red planet's deep interior as Tom Roberts reporting telling you check out Mars on NAT geo season one was last year season to just started. But it's it's brilliantly done in front of us that live here on the space. Coast. Cape Canaveral plays a huge role in the eventual colonization of Mars check it out on NAT geo to really cool series. It's part documentary and part futuristic SCI fi five forty two. You're listening to Atlanta's morning news. Our weekend our holiday our thanksgiving our five day forecast. Now brought to you by Tuffy tire and auto service, Tom. Good morning. Joe getting ready for the nice long holiday weekend. I think we're starting at just about as good as you can temperatures.

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"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

Emotional Hangs

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

"Right that's really close because i'll circled the wagons on on my way if all day but you know what i think he probably feel the same way as her you have a couple of drinks young man you know why do they do that here i am only but why do they did not sure you're one hundred percent why she so angry that i'm hang up stars miami get over it with uglier it a beer played over it he is by the way as a hip hop finn and enough you can talk about that craig he's i'm writing adapting luther candles autobiography foreign i guess a movie a movie ah oh wow here is is i've never read it i assume it's insane it's insane yeah it's completely insane yeah it's like good fellas but with hiphop there is a muslim miami mostly yeah we ran city yeah i was very sad when fresh kid ice died insurers to i've crew certainly you know it's it's certainly upped to an archaic proved that the perspective they take what their music is certainly archaic and outdated enda you know it's uh if it's not wealth you you know it's all sexto stuff and i i would say that it while the time it does get a bit misogynist on of dissident yet i thought missing layers to the functioning that being said it was sort of music of another time and it was i was i was bummed when he died because i felt like that that was a huge huge free speech thing yeah remember david bowie is defending those guys noon that was an insane free speech yeah and.

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"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

Emotional Hangs

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

"China is coming over the mound at this poor neuron has come over the oh it's already like early 90s when these guys came on scene oh yes or no wow yeah so totally kept on for welker okay totally invited me and i enthusiastically said yes so enthusiastically though even convinced their wives to come because my wife was a huge blackboard jungle finn and and the swag lied on you really fit you really found a lotta in alliance what he thinks that's amazing what it takes by poor junk i've never even heard of this but he and his wife grew up in southern california are kind of big in the in the area kind of my wife her i think i asked her who are favorite music artists were when we met in she said um frank sinatra all york and aretha franklin she she was like well if if trish is gone i guess i'll go to show this capital there's there's investment here there's there's the wives of committed relationship cap it all you have to get a babysitter a lot of things are happening and i think about four pm are babysitter texted us and said that she had got into a car accident and that her whoever whoever was in the car with her broke her leg in that they were in the emergency room and they weren't gonna be able to make it so we started frantically going through the rolodex babysitters nobody could do it and i had to flake on the show and can i could make it and i feel i feel terrible about that i don't wanna go with your wife mike we ad nauseam time great we really had fun but okay i would i hadn't thought of that because i don't have any like real lingering resentment over it but i definitely judged you yeah or we judge you for not i understood why the two of you couldn't come anymore but like your wife wanted to go but obviously this is like you're saying you're swinging.

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"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

Emotional Hangs

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

"Goof absolute and it's like look at this like set the senate is upset at so amazing i love that so much i serve a bit of it never worked aware i wanted a too but i would be like this so if you ever they are countries intelligence just remember this is so stupid are cadre there is a time when grown people actually thought ozzy osbourne was the devil that's right a guy with the reality show the goes daughter does like the red carpet bullshit which owed river like they thought he was literally the dow it's so fucking embarrassing we i look back on our yet and that there was backwards messages in there where he was convincing people to commit suicide yet right and then a backward message could actually can incb like if like you're subconscious works so well that it can interpret pack kurds and who had tapped into it ozzie the largest man in the world they even have you right after he did a lot snorted a line of van this subconscious program it'll got a great idea even if you accept the premises that he was in league with satan it satan was a real person you could be in league with and that they had decided to corrupt the youth of the world even if all those things were true backwards messages ghana in a statement to try to put all that much but that whole time that that i remember that's what made john denver like cool again was because john denver testified on behalf of the artists in from congress or hailing the big testimonies were denver and zappa which i thought was very cool because appa with the staggering of the albuquerque and all that shit and i thought those cool because especially with zap like denver being like sort of a nerdy guy speaking out i thought was cohen that i also scolded zappa did it because he didn't i don't think he was a fan of a lot of the music there was getting hit you know he thought a lot of it was like manufactured but he's still got up there and stuck up for them so ryan if you don't have absolute free speech then you don't have prejudged who is in her cell but uh but anyway.

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"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

Emotional Hangs

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

"No it was like he was like literally one of the like probably the only person in my life at the time that i could have thought of the be like i can't believe this is happening while you're visiting let's go shown that's great man like that you guys got to experience sat together and it's really special when you know that that's the only person that can absolutely appreciate that would and so much drunker by myself because i there's la guns there's bank tango just an nobody to talk to adjust would have here is is were a hair metal band shearer hurts either program almost ground zero they're ground zero van halen has ground zero but uh wasp was right there right i think what we really got into is this stuff that most people who were around for the wasps wasps of the world would say this is when the the whole genre curdled now game this awful like bastardisation of a bastardisation that's really like thinly disguised pop calling itself rock and roll like worries and y and not a huge poise of amateur yeah i think we're a lot of the purest got off as exactly where creggan i got on did racket in under the wire or is red considered a later legit i think they're totally with yeah they're credible i think if you had an album out before eighty six which is when poison really as their debut than you're you're kind of old school in regards to those an awesome horror movie starring richard mall of night court fame bull yeah yeah called the dungeon master fucking great flick so fun sofi crazy 80s it's so goofy it's great but red is in it really one of the one of the fantasy realms the he sends his victim the two victims were trying to escape has dungeon to is a rat.

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"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

Emotional Hangs

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

"Click for us as we have like an incredibly sure and male bonding experience and i think our kelly put it really well that these are are comic books were abraham dig into these things in a way that most human beings aren't able to riot now that's a beautiful thing yeah we go to the show and then we go grab a beer in the crap services whenever you call it a concert and we'd like to see the singer the band about came in great set a kicks kick was mad as one of the call it was one of the coolest things i've ever had and it wouldn't have been is fun if i hadn't had a friend there who also preeminent how bad it was now it's pretty it's pretty amazing when you you know my friend james sharp pink stone who lives in atlanta which bend you know some holiday not not not christmas but i'll spend your thanksgiving with him and his wife sometimes in and but you know he's been my for instance high school and i think the thing that keeps our friendship alive is and notches revisiting the past is because we only get to hang out twice a year so i think it's mutual interest that keep growing um you know and i and if he lived here and we hung out together every day it would grow in a different way the way you know i think our friendship grows you know but like us having these insane mutual interest between horror movies and bans that we both lavin were uncertain wrappers and being collectors in media files and thing you know he's a guy that i could say hey media has concerts happening and you know we saw fool manchu one time and who is visiting at the what's the west hollywood venue the cool rock venue onda no tribute are troubadors venue now.

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"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

Emotional Hangs

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

"Fuck and said you know 'cause they're they're poppy banned but the lyrics or set that was huge legs so we ran on evidence like common like hey i also like to buy sega genesis games thing but he really hit plea biathlon yet halayqa hip hop cassettes as well i'm a huge well i like hip hop everything and by i gotta lot my hip up collection is pretty insane but like that's my point is like if you meet somebody you can bond over the big thing which is glam rock were were hiphop or i also love this thing that you love but then there are those little things where it's like you know oh you also know this obscure banned that nobody else has ever talked to you about ever and has or we skipped over in your when they look to your collection that's pretty big how that it's almost as big as us liking the same genre of something the acronym say and here's also to like when you guys for when you're when you're relationship like see guys became friends in that you know you went out what when was the moment when you guys were like going to be like oh i really want to be friends with them i'm gonna make a commitment yeah we are like when did that hail live longer i fell out and live life a long time i'm not sure i've made that can make that battle as you said i don't know there there's never going to be honest commitment ceremony or that's why i was interested to hear that i actually probably we we kind of already did celebrate ten years they had a night at the nineyear point they siriusxm had a hair metal festival that i had like a year they got roure everybody to weigh in news diet orange county who didn't play who has read gig have you ever who have run vase lose okay so going from the headliners down vince neil was ridiculously bad we left wrote my was worried about vince meals health at that show i saw him not to sidetrack yes it also i saw here i saw motley crue me and bill burr's saw motley crue open up for arrowsmith in long island years ago in bill it before we both befriended joe perry steps on so we got to go backstage in meat arrowsmith which was really cool yeah.

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"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

Emotional Hangs

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"joe get" Discussed on Emotional Hangs

"I am at st saw software this on an of bad debts some jewish two two g judges showcase league heroin and spend on her russians man but he had sort of put you when i get software that yeah yeah arkham to the show garage show ever in brasilia all of the shows big swab cast today that's right the tally show and emotional hangs which i don't know if you guys of type 2 your name in anywhere it wants to autocorrect too emotional hanks now i get emotional hands a whole really yehya whenever i try and just writing email about the show it always comes out emotional hand mind sounds like a pretty decent allcountry country act your sounds more like eighty since pop i like that i like that well year kurtz gugel is just use to him searching what should i finger my pillow emotional hey fido it it always is is puffs right up just holding it for you on wordpress whenever you want to act of eta and we do me in the studio here and you have your friend here yes hi craig williams greg craig good to be here could meet you guys yeah you to man's and fellas thank you there's gonna be a whole hour friendships going to be great yeah you guys are really into two friendship i wanted to ask you about that and incurred i asked you about it a little bit when you were on my show a wild back you know by now that when you commit to a podcast you have to really really liked the concept because every concept is cool for one or two or three episodes what is it about adult friendship that you guys felt like you would be comfortable talking about over and over indepth over the long haul i think what it was the fact that like as adults you know like once your past thirty it's very rare tech make a new friend and kind of habits stick like you have a bunch of people here like yeah like that person but i'm not really gonna make a commitment to being a friend with them you know and then and i just had this kind of thing where we we.

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