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"joe guy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:32 min | Last month

"joe guy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"For round trip on the big 89 Here what it's like to have a career traveling the globe and writing about it Keeping his friends close and his enemies educated the Dan bongino show so this guy's this you know that police song Was it on synchronicity the king of pain That's Joe Biden I mean folks what's happening is happening He is the president It's happening It's not a conspiracy theory Joe Biden is sitting in the Oval Office right now He won a million votes right He's sitting there right now It's happening right now I mean just so he had a little inside baseball Between the shows you know I got like 25,000 jobs going on right now I was preparing my Fox show for the weekend And I'm on the phone with my production crew there and we're putting together the monologue It's gonna be pretty spicy Say the least Seriously I say that a lot but this one this one And this one's gonna be good And we're running out of space on how to fit I put bullet points in my mind and the prompter I don't like to read from it directly Just like and we were honestly I said to them how small can we shrink This is a real problem I'm not joking I said how small can we shrink the prompter They said why I said because I got like 5 or 6 more things to fit on the prompt there And they said well we can't shrink it too small because then your eyes will track In other words if you're reading a lot of words on a line your eyes will go back and forth and no one on TV once it to look like you're reading That's just a real conversation That's how much suck Joe Biden has caused that they were like Dan you think we should mention the fuel crisis And it is we're talking about like what about the iodine crisis You haven't even heard of that yet I'm going to get to that They're like what about diesel fuel What about potatoes What about diapers What about food products Bacon fertilizer What about oil Then they're like then they had to make a baby food And I'm like guys how much can we fit on my line in the prompter This is a real problem I want to do a monologue on my channel show this weekend about the suck fest the king of Payne Joe guy Biden has caused the king of pain and I'm wondering how small the font is so my eyes don't track because that's how bad this guy sucked I got the headlines coming up next It's happening folks Hi it's Larry elder And I want to tell you about a man named George who wrote in about his experience.

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"joe guy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"joe guy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At the 7 38 mark of the second quarter second and goal from the Five yard line of the Washington football team touched down past AJ Green. He ran a little instead of a slant that was anticipated. He called it a little rebound out route. And curls of safety blitz. Hit your borough drill drill. Borrowing his lower bodies. You throwing a dime to a J. It was an unbelievably beautiful throw first touchdown catch for AJ since week eight of 2018 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Let's pick it up with the Bengals wide receiver AJ Green. A J one day when Joe went down and stayed down, had to be devastating if you had a chance to speak with him in the locker room since the game ended. I just saw Mom and On this. Keep its head up, man. You're sucks. Mm hmm. Game that we play, man. Just, you know, the injuries that comes with playing their sporting and stuff. You didn't catch a touchdown pass from Joe Borrow before he had the exit the football game. He made a great throw as he was being hit and taken to the ground. Take us through that play your touchdown catch. Just return. No. They played a lot of heavy inside because I run a lot of snacks. And Joe gave me a perfect bomb and just Have to make a play. A. J. The offense didn't score point after girls injury. How did that affect everybody's mind set after he went out the bill I think it's tough, but that's no excuse. No NFL player, So we have to rally behind I, but it was tough for you. See, you see, Joe guy like Joe and the energy that he brings to the United States team offense, so, but we've gotta, you know, rally around right and we'll be ready nicely. Asia In the time that you've got to know Joe the season what's been the most impressive thing about him? And he just guys, guys, you just just wanted to guys, you know, just that's the biggest problem. We know. You see these quarterbacks and number one. No, that won't talk to Loc like quiet. But Joe is a guy guy. That's the guy that you want in the huddle with the, um He's fought every day. And then there's this amazing know to stop being a hunter. What? I'm just boys and you know, he just carry it so It's kind of unbelievable. You know you you catch a touchdown is your first one since you went through. Ah, you know, terrible string of injuries. I mean for that to happen on the same day I It's uh I mean, what do you say to the guy who's gonna begin a long rehab? But what's your advice to him? Just pack. Your name was attacked. Every day is gonna be Sometimes you're not gonna like rehab in. You always gotta look at the bigger picture and just get back here and get ready to play football and us. That was my mind to over these two years Just Protecting the day and keep getting better. Keep state Park it over everything and work out. Don't work yourself up your job. You're gonna be fine Fighter. Competitors. It's gonna come back getting better. Two more minutes with DJ guys. Talked about rallying around Ryan. I know today was the first chance you've had to actually play with them. How? How confident? Are you guys that you can do that that you can rally around him and win some games down the stretch. Very hard to grind every day in practice. Way know what he could do. Now he's gonna get the work with team cheeky and I, uh you know, we're gonna try to make every play for him so Age. As the game unfolded, It was obvious that the two first two drives when you had struggles in the red Zone ended up being being a big factor. How disappointing. Was it? Not getting points in those drives? Oh, very disappoint. Because you know the great offenses. You know the score down there using the good in the red zone leading up to this, but I just couldn't get it in, so I gotta go to work in the little things. A. J. If Joe Burrow is indeed out for the rest of the year. Are you satisfied with the chemistry? You two were able to develop through these 1st 11 games. And if not, what can you two worked on if you are indeed, here and Cincinnati next year. You know for me? I just got to continue to keep getting better coming off two injuries and then offers. So like I said, I'm not really think about what you know, after after this year, right now, I'm just In the moment and whatever happens after that, you know, you see A J. Green after the game yesterday, and and that was the final minute or so I started thinking of what a Jay's faced and gone through, and now there is clearly uncertainty about his future. If he's gonna be back next season, he's gotta be thinking what he can do from from a stat standpoint in the remaining six games, with Ryan Finley toe to help a Jay's resume and show Not just the Bengals, but everybody else. What he's capable of. It is just and if your agent you gotta be thinking, man it if it's not one thing, it's another. You're right. I mean, you're at this point in time in his situation he's playing for 32 teams, not one And he's trying to show that I'm worth taking a shot at.

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"joe guy" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"joe guy" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"805 85105 want to join in the discussion with the breakfast club. Talk about morning. Everybody is TJ envy Angela G shall remain a God. We all the breakfast club. Good morning. Now, if you just joined us well asking, ladies, would you date a guy that drives the hope? The notice came from our conversation with Sherri Shepherd this morning. Let's play a clip. What if he pulls up in a hoodie? For that matter. You could move beyond out here because there's a problem. I'm not putting you down. If you got a houthi, you're working your way there, But you're going to have a problem as a man, if you're you're trying to keep up with me. So now I gotta come down here. What? Add value. Are you going to answer this relationship that I know what I'm bringing our levels are gonna be different. And what ultimately going to end up happening is You may feel affected as a man. So we're asking, would you? Let's go to the phone lines? Hello? Who's this, bro? Hey, Lauren, Joe guy that drives the hoop. Yeah. Driver Hopi Right now. I'm a married man. When I met, my wife drove off, but we already properties. We got a nice house that we're proud of, and it's not an issue. Not about now. Out you go. What kind of car do you job? Because I want to know your definition of a hope. Because envies definition was all off. Okay, I drive a 3 2004 focus right now. Okay? Yeah. That way. You will shoot you right off the bat. That is, why don't you? Why don't you get a newer car? I'm just curious. It's just not important to me. I'm more worried about getting more rental properties and more about keeping my life happy and leaving my kid when I'm going. That's my focus. That's my Ford Focus, and Eddie. I'm kind of like your daddy said he always really I just never really felt calling tonight's going to be honest, this would always really what would you like it if, like, you know, maybe your wife's surprise you and bought you a new car with that be dope. Nah, it's better getting get us another property. They go, you know, because you know what? I'm not gonna lie, though sometimes in cars get old and you end up spending so much money fixing things my as well, Just get in the car, So we put a liability owner than you good. Noon. It is a new Ford focus. Let me see how much does that run? You left in my car? See, laughing and laughing again. This is a wagon. See Hamas? Can we get it? Okay? You might get like $3000 for how many miles you got on that, like 190. Wow. You know, I get 3000 get about, but you'll get about $2, right? That's a that's a floor focus, brother. Yeah, it was wrong. But she was talking about how he breaking a man up and he can't go with you could go. Men do that with women all the time, but that women expected and that's the difference. They expect for a man that's taken place, but they couldn't go and things like that. So let's not generalize. There's a lot of places I can go. But you know I'm not e myself a lot of places. So you know I get it and she can take herself a lot of places, so I think her point was I can do these things. And if he can't do them, then it might hurt his own ego. I don't want to give you a lot of props for having that Ford focus with 200,000. Miles. You, You stay clean out their Hello. Who's this? Galia. Hey. So, you Good morning Morning morning. Good morning. We're asking. Would you date a guy who drives a hoop Dee? Well, in my younger days, it would have been a deal breaker. But I'm in my mid marriages. And I think that if you don't have your life choices, having led you to at least have a reliable vehicle and your mid thirties and will probably butt heads. What if it's a reliable hoop Dee? I still think you.

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"joe guy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They're true pyramid because the seven different characteristic features and so the ball the impairment is continuing to stick to you doing lots of science everybody on the advisory board is some kind of a scientist that can measure something or other and and and there's definite energy down in the permit is a very slow go to excavate those tunnels but they're continuing their continuing to have guests go and conferences I think it's every September the hidden mysteries conference and that's progressing but like with all archaeology is quite slow to really do a proper excavation let's go there a truck driving in Indiana Eric hi there good this is Erica market Joe guy has everybody do it now and then full wonderful I could talk to this lady for hours George she is also she's one of the best yes Sir anyway I would like to add on to what Jim said a couple callers ago about these people who get in a tizzy because things don't fit their theories well I think has been discovered or you know put out there already that and my theory is I think the reason a lot of these governments don't want people to get hands on on some of these things as they're afraid the radicals of one flavor or another are gonna blow them up like they did there was a book called the Darwin's mistake and somebody had discovered a human foot print inside a dinosaur with grant and it was cut out and it was housed in the museum and this rabbit ACS was so infuriated that he broke in there and he he busted up he destroyed and I think the same thing is knows arc of course there's two thirds of father were no was arc is and the old theory about stuff about the fourteen thousand foot mark and the horror gorgeous so brutal now I have five different documentaries on Noah's ark but one thing stood out and one of them they said every five years they have all for a warm climate and they have complete snow melt and they can have complete melt back and that's the only time the ark is accessible or visible so why do they keep sending a bunch of mountain climbers up there making helicopters with good optics low there you go they don't want the radicals to go up there and take some see for dynamite and blow it up you might be right about that Eric I've always wondered about that that's another great expedition for you Carmen yeah but it's true though that they don't want us to find it but I mean that to hide it from us so somebody doesn't damage it doesn't show us and.

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"joe guy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Go to Eric truck driving in Indiana Eric hi there good this is Eric the mighty Joe guy has everybody do it now and then full wonderful I could talk to this lady for hours George she is awesome she's one of the best yes Sir anyway I would like to add on to what Jim said a couple callers ago about these people who get in a tizzy because things don't fit their theories well I think has been discovered or you know put out there already that and my theory is I think the reason a lot of these governments don't want people to get hands on on some of these things as they're afraid the radicals a one flavor or another are gonna blow him up like they did there was a book called the Darwin's mistake and somebody had discovered a human foot print inside a dinosaur footprint and it was cut out and it was housed in the museum and this rabbit ACS was so infuriated that he broke in there and he he busted up he destroyed and I think the same thing is knows argue coursers two thirds of father were no was arc is and the old theory about stuff about the fourteen thousand foot mark and the horror gorgeous so brutal now I have five different documentaries on Noah's ark but one thing stood out and one of them they said every five years they have all sure a warm climate and they have complete snow melt and they come have complete melt back and that's the only time the ark is accessible or visible so why do they keep sending a bunch of mountain climbers up there making helicopters with good optics low there you go they don't want the radicals to go up there and take some see for dynamite and blow it up you might be right about that era can I've always wondered about that that's another great expedition for you Carmen yeah but it's true though that they don't want us to find it but I mean the the hide it from us so somebody doesn't damage it doesn't show us and that's what the ways to show it to a sister of pictures how Google might he go Google maps but you might be able to find it now he is sure but what is the interpretation and can you go on the ground and look and verify for yourself as taking says the pair because it's not fair to deny what you can see in touch with your own hands but that's what academia is doing and that's what a lot of governments are doing and basically one of the things I've noticed is what they call archaeology is moving the gate further back making the parking lot farther away and making it everything more restricted in putting little fences around things that you'd like to touch like crystal altars at the Karnak temple in Luxor and all over the world multi here's a Santorini Akrotiri site.

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"joe guy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Coast George door with your final segment with can your heart and your calls as we talk about crippling this fascinating subject can it it really is I I can see how people can get pulled into this yeah absolutely and I I you know I think there's a strong foundation that people overlook these couple of dynamics one is that you know of course a lot of our planet is still vast an unexplored I think that's right lose sight of that in a you know with all those wonderful technology we have these days but the other thing is that about five thousand new species are still described every year George in fact a recent study last year by university projected that out of eight point seven million organisms our planet we've only identified about fifteen percent or one point three million so a lot of things out there that we haven't found yet and you know the discoveries continue let's go there and truck driving out there in Indiana Eric it is a very good market Joe guy have their by the time I got to you you're probably be out of Indiana hall no I had just started when I called and I've been on hold so I'm not I'm good all right there are a couple things I didn't know if your guest is worked with either a corner Linda Godfrey that would be the first one and the second thing I had to say was a story that was told to me years ago by a gal who at one time had been married to the same family I have been into and for quite some time I had been that guy let it was not what I call a swaggering arrogant skeptic that make an effort not to believe anything is not moral but more like that line from the original Ghostbusters movie I'm here to believe you because there are.

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"joe guy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on KTOK

"George door with you our final segment with can gear hard in your calls as we talk about crippling this fascinating subject can it it really is I I can see how people can get pulled into this yeah absolutely and I I you know I think there's a strong foundation that people overlook these couple of dynamics one is that you know of course a lot of our planet is still Bastin unexplored I think that's right lose sight of that in a you know with all the wonderful technology we have these days but the other thing is that about five thousand new species are still described every year George in fact a recent study last year by university projected that out of eight point seven million organisms our planet we've only identified about fifteen percent or one point three million so I mean a lot of things out there that we haven't found yet and you know the discoveries continue let's go to Eric truck driving out there in Indiana Eric it is very good market Joe guy has our J. hard by the time I got to you you're probably be out of Indiana hung no I had just started when I called and I've been on hold so I'm not I'm good all right thank god it low of your guest is worked with either under Linda Godfrey that would be the first one and the second thing I had to say was a story that was told to me years ago by a gal who at one time had been married in the same family I had been into and for quite some time I had been that guy let it was not what I call a swaggering arrogant skeptic that make an effort not to believe anything not moral but more like that line from the original Ghostbusters movie I'm here to believe you because there are so many obscure.

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"joe guy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I think it's two thirty seven pitches or something this yeah he came in ninety eight. on it again under broadcaster said he's going to be a two inning say correct. right that was the idea that was the plan on falling so what's your point. I'm listening Joe guy. I was waive a jury to set that up any disappeared so all I don't know where drew was exactly hated board here's what I do now. the brewers had every being drawn up perfectly. thank god for great innings at a would drift sooner in Pomeranz did the job. Dan alleviating which I share on amount. that's exactly what Craig Counsell wanted he wanted Josh hated going get six ounce couldn't do it. his control was not there. he lost faintly rent only hit Michael Taylor which was obviously a big plane adding and him make the big pets to sort all. question could make the play out in the outfield and. the team that has been snake bitten these elimination games time and time again finally found a way to get it done. I don't get how you killed Craig Counsell on that haters their guy you go down with the ship you go down one of the best relievers in all baseball and that's exactly what he did two fifty seven here news Thursday morning in staging a after that I judges Jansky right here on the fat eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six and the possibility of se Kwan Barkley being back next Thursday Sam Donald might be back Sunday or wall that we live in and we'll dive into that we got a lot more on the baseball post season.

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"joe guy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He'll join us in about ten minutes right now. Joe is in woodland park, Joe. Joe whatever what's going on. Hi, Joe guy. Hey, I just wanted to call and tell you guys, I think you're completely off on Kevin Durant. Now, I'm not trying to be the Knicks fan like you guys you're saying, I think logically, and you could still build through the draft. And then worse at worst. You have Kevin Durant coming back. You have enough as if we totally take this next year we have our twenty twenty first round draft pick after that. Kevin Durant calls back, and it's twenty one twenty twenty one we did it undetected. I back from that Dallas Mavericks. And we still have our first round picks, I think we're still able to rebuild this team. And starring Kevin Durant instead of trading build you wanna rebuild, and sign a thirty one year old coming up a torn achilles consistency. What is yours? Along with having the same guy. What if he's breaking down, and he's never going to be the same again? What if that we have we have our Jeff picks we're going to be able to let these young guys? Okay to throw all this money, breaking down the rent, because we got all draft tricks. So that's okay. But now thirty two years old. I'll take I'll take to rent thirty. Tilles, potentially. I wanted to ask what his ceiling what, what, what's his ceiling for Durant? What's good? Is it good enough to just be a playoff team? I need to know that we're in the minority here, a very surprised by that. And maybe it's because the Knicks have been so bad for so long, but you're Nick fan. I mean you've been frustrated. Didn't watch the nonsense that his franchise there have been so poorly run. And this would just continued to add the fuel to the Puli run fire agreement Moro in Jersey City, moral. How are you? How you guys doing that? You guys. Thank you. Thanks. I just wanted to give you guys a little perspective, sixty five years old right now. But when I was about thirty years old, about the same age as Kevin Durant. Former high school and college football player, I ruptured my Killys tendon playing basketball at the Y on ninety first street Manhattan and the perspective I wanted to bring back the injury is not just a physical injury. It took me even after the physical part healed, and I was okay. It took me years before I was even willing to run across the street. It's such a devastating psychological injury that this idea that he's going to be finding a year. He's going to be able to come back and play one hundred percent. The year is crazy. It takes you a long time to be able to. More. All you gotta do is look at other guys that have suffered from this look at his teammate DeMarcus cousins now, I don't know what boogie cousins gonna be next year. I have no idea and they also have very different bodies and he's a little bit younger. He hasn't been the same guy. I mean we see that he shown flashes so yeah. I think it's a fair point that I don't think you could assume okay? Now he's back, and he's Kevin Durant, or he's even seventy five percent. Kevin durant. We don't know that. And there's a lot of risks involved, especially because of the wear and tear has body's already faced at no question. Nick is in Bethel. Connecticut, nick. Hey, Joe and Evan. Thanks for taking the call. Normally I think. I disagree with a lot of things you guys say, but man, if the Knicks have any, any fun of signing Durant after torn achilles. I mean talk about going in the wrong direction. Let slip that would be Shane, we cannot do that. Did you look quiet? I think that there's just a lot of people that were so bought into the Durant dream that maybe it's not that easy to just give it up and move on. But you've got to be realistic, though. This is just not a lot of there's not a lot of reality, though, this is not. No. It's a lot of wishful thinking. And I think when you're a rebuilding team and you're this far away. I can't I think if you're good, if you had a core, I could see where the risk is worth it because you're going forward. Right. You going for that championship? This is a seventeen win team. A seventeen win team. We can talk about lottery picks all day. You eventually have to get them, right? Because they didn't get a write about Franklin Lucchino. The jury is still out on Kevin Knox. And we'll see what they get it three and we'll see what ends up happening next year if they're in the lottery and just assume. Well there in the lottery, they drafted a bunch of guys. I'd rather use that capitalism weapon to add more players or more assets. I should say draft picks in Morristown. Chris what's up? How are you? Good. Christian when he was a free agent, Indianapolis that you guys want them on the his difference. I was scared and the answer was no, so I did not I did not. It's a little different type of sport though, Manning's lineup. They running up and down to court for forty five minutes a game. It's a little different. I understand that I was just making. Quite work. You didn't wait pay. It was going to be able to throw the ball again the way that you don't go get into range run up and down a floor again. So I mean you had those concerns it did work out in the end for the Broncos. But. New. Skiing. See here's the thing you're asking to jet fans. And you gotta go back to that moment in time. And that moment in time was after the two thousand eleven jets actually beat them in that wildcard playoff game that you and I were at Indianapolis year, the last game that he played as a Colt. Right. So the following year, the jets have this mediocre year they lose a brutal game to the giants season goes haywire that moment, we were not giving up on Mark Sanchez, no. You could laugh about that now. And sure turned out to be wrong. But at that moment, it didn't to me make sense for the jets to sign pay. No. You're right. So when you asked that question and you got to look at the specific situation. This specific moment, did it work out for Denver. Absolutely. There's no question at worked out and he had a great year. They're tremendous. It worked out want one but at that time, I remember very vividly both of us were against. And again, this is a much different sport. I understand the physical NFL. You get a hate you go. It's different when you run it up. And you got a twenty Kile's and you're running up and down for forty five minutes a night playing. Let's say you played sixty games a year. It's a little different kind of sport. Yeah. Very different. No question about it. I get the idea that you're banking on this hall of fame guy of his career coming off an injury. Manning was even older. He was thirty six at the time. Neck injury. I get the the questions and the similarities, I'm just remembering back in that moment. Seven years ago, we were both against it and a part of it was a concern about manning, but be still believe I ended up just we're a good team. Like I said, they just beat named they would beat. They would go to the championship game again after they'd be Brady. So they were in the middle of two two years ago game you got it. You gotta go an extra year because remember twenty eleven was remiss right after the giant that Bockel don't understand it. But we still thought that we were pretty good team. Correct. Even with that with that eight bad year. When Santoni homes basically undermine the everybody Plaxico, whatever they were doing a undermine Sanchez. I didn't think that they were going to see the playoffs again for another rate, you agree, I would have been surprised if right. I got admit I still thought Sanchez was the guy, right? Why wouldn't we Mark sages has been in the league for only three years they'd been to title game, right? Yep. Wasn't kicking him to the curb? No, we'll come back. We'll talk to Brad Faxon a FOX about the US open. Don't be the guy with his shirt on the pool. Again,.

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"joe guy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You know, he rotates towards the shot. He expands his body to make himself larger to afford more protection to the president. We have Jerry Parr pushing the president. And if it wasn't for that stray shower ricocheted off the door jamb, that's the one that hit. The rim or something. I hit him in the chest. You kind of below the left armpit came gainers Lee, close to his heart. But you know, that's one of the reasons why some someone wants to someone told me that the door is always open now on the president's heading for the limo. So just to provide better protection. But we know that that bullet ricocheted off the car because when a bullet fragment was removed and had paint chips attached to it. So let's take some calls. Let's go east of the Rockies. Now. Let's go to our wildcard. I Eric is truck driving in Indiana. Hello, eric. You haven't said that in a long time. Yeah. This is their Mike and Joe guy has everybody doing everybody's good. Eric awesome. George. Hey, I wanna talk about the John Wilkes booth situation. As I told the screener back in those days from the eighteen hundreds all the way up until like, the twenties thirties and forties with a Bank robbery bad mayor, you know, pretty boy Floyd baby face Nelson. Although soaps when the sheriff or the martial or the police chief when they got their guy they have a they had it tradition. They would always pose with the dead body to prove hey, we got our man in the John Wilkes booth situation. They did not do that. They did everything possible to conceal the identity of the court. And that tells me right there, they got the wrong guy. And they knew they got the wrong guy. Well, it was kind of a different situation too. Because the only I mean, I mean when he would get drunk. He would say, hey, I'm John Wilkes booth, but nobody really paid attention to them. And it wasn't as the law enforcement. God mean, he just he committed suicide. He drank is, and and there was a gentleman named that. I mentioned earlier finest Bates who wrote a wonderful book, and I think nineteen o three and nineteen four about the identification of the body and how and how the government did not take steps to identify the body that was purported to be booth in eighteen sixty five but he ended up claiming the body and then sold it to like traveling service. And it was funny because I was I was up late one night. You know last week I was flicking around and there's apparently a show called. I don't know mummies arrived or something like that. Where? There was a money hunter who was actually trying to track down this missing John Wilkes booth body. And I'm convinced he knows where it is. And it'll come out at at, you know. At the right time. But you know, law enforcement didn't catch this guy. This guy was going around for over forty years saying it was John Wilkes booth and nobody really cared. Why are we? When he was drunk. He would say he was John Wilkes booth. You would jump up on the and he was so he would he would recite lines from which the third and everybody in Enid Oklahoma kinda had a chuckle at it. But. Because because after booth shoots Lincoln, and he's a scathing he's trying to cross a bridge, and they would close the bridges in and out of Washington DC at night because they're still functioning martial law, and he bluffs his way past a century by saying, I'm John Lewis booth is a great actor you can let me pass and the guy. Listen pass. What did he end up doing for a living? After the fact he was he was doing odd jobs as as near as I can tell from the base book. And it's kind of it's what's really funny is that base trans out to be the grandfather of Kathy Bates. The actress just kinda off the wall, and she's a good actress I like her work. He's a good actress. But I mean, I I mean, you know, being the granddaughter of finance Bates that that that is a claim to fame. So it hasn't read the book. It's a short ninety. Oh, I pay dri. Grab it from Amazon grab it on your kindle. It's a great read. What's the name of competent the escape and suicide of John Wilkes booth at its by finest base? Now when you say suicide is that how we ended up dying eventually ended up drinking arson and apparent that? Apparently, how long how long? After the assassination north nineteen nineteen three. So he'd lived a long time a long time there. G, There was O a researcher AT at the acronym. university of Stands the south for and greatest in of all time in Tennessee as in who actually spaghetti sandwiches for dinner purports to there. have My a dad marriage. Register.

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"joe guy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Well, Casey, must graves did something very rare on Sunday night when her album gave birth to an alien baby. I wish though that would've been headline. Welcome to the weekly world news with Bradley trader and batboy. Know what her album golden hour one the ACM award for best album. Tasty must graves became a triple crown winner. So to speak that means that she received best album honors at the as the Grammy's and the AFC over the course of year the last artist to do. So as Taylor swift back in two thousand nine Verna. I do like I do like that Casey musk graves. I'm like, I'm like an days like her. Linda leaves the pinheads. They think she's a righteous. Would we've. Boy, that's a movie reference were not actually here's the day off. Thanks. It's a coke. Whatever AMC is planning to add a third series in the Walking Dead universe. It's a new scripted series. That will feature two young female protagonists and focus on the first generation to come of age in the apocalypse world, as we know it. So this will join fear the Walking Dead and the Walking Dead and this third show will debut sometime in twenty twenty you know, the good this is great for Walking Dead fans. But is it though because I because I ask you your fan of breaking bad that you like this better call Saul. Yeah. I did. And then I just stopped watching it not because it wasn't good because I just know because I forgot about it. And then I didn't have time to catch up. And then it just you know, how that happens sometimes. Dumb shows. Yeah. That's is it happened. But it is a good show. But what I what I was gonna say is it before long what we're going to start seeing on television is just that works just turning themselves over to series. So pretty soon AMC is just gonna be he WD the Walking Dead helium Cezanne be you know, what I'm saying though. No, the history channel is already the alien network. Yeah. Which makes perfect sense. And the learning channel is now the pimple Popper. All I mean. Yeah. And is what is the tow Joe guy? Yeah. So in he'll show, Joe Japanese, Admiral. Harbor veto doctor guy who will look at the fungus on your toenail. Oh, dear. I've missed a lot. Sure. Actually, Hideo her a Decky toge, Joe was a Japanese politician and the general of the imperial Japanese army as you for correcting says I would like to I'm sorry for all of the World War Two veterans out there. That was not a nice reverence. Sorry. Thank you gonna move on to talk about Emma stone. She could be possibly engaged to her boyfriend. Dave mccarey, the two have been together since October mccarey since October two thousand seventeen and apparently stone was seen out and about with a rock on that finger left hand on her ring finger the Brock with sitting on her finger. Holly. If I were you I would cut and run as fast as possible because this is going nowhere real quick. Some third. Thank you. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on mytalk one zero seven one. Let you go. Good..

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"joe guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I thought he played well, and I felt like he regrets and for a long time. That's been the problem with LSU. You get the skill players on outside their four or five stars everywhere. Their first round draft picks at the secondary linebacker core. Obviously this year will be no different. But can we get a quarterback? They win the games on the line. He can win games. If other people don't play well around him. So Joe Joe boroughs all season with they're able to do with him how they can make him a better player. 'cause I think he's a good leader. How they make him. A gutter player is we'll tell you. Whether we are a second or third SEC west team or a team that can battle to win SEC championship. Ryan, really appreciate your time. Great to have you on. It's always it's always a treat. Thank you so much. Probably have a good one. You got it. Ryan Clark, great guy and phenomenal player at LSU and later in the. NFL we we'll take a break. More of your calls at eight five five two four to seven to eight five maj Jones in the next hour. We think he's going to do a may culpa for his disparaging comments earlier this week about Tennessee football. So stay tuned to that too. And listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Let's consider the secret life of the innermost. Nesting doll living most of her life in the dock inside the other nesting Dole's. She has plenty of time to think if she could Saturday, she has no brain, however, winning in a most nesting dole, his the geiko not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to gyco is a no brainer pitchy in a most nesting Dollond a lot in life. Welcome back lied. You're here mad is in San Antonio. Now. What are you doing for the Super Bowl, buddy? Be watching it going for the Rams mean Do do you you have? have? What are you going to be eating? How far in eight per pupil easy. I tried one more though. Pizza. Featuring kato. Oh pizza in case. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Forgot you're out in Texas. In Texas Paul, but I'll call it huskies out they'll come game with Tennessee 'em. You say, you're right. We lost again LSU. We put up a good fight. But. We didn't. I mean, we this. We lost that game oriented you talked on that one Paul is low. Yeah, I'm not I'm not really high on the basketball season right now. Gain to determine this year. Yeah, I'm not sure we're going to be beating the number. Who'd you be last year? We think North Carolina. Yeah. North carolina. I first weekend. Yeah. That was in the second round wasn't airless. I mean, I'm more looking forward to the football season this year. Yeah. I might you know, much give over the basketball season. I don't think it's going to end. Well, and no question and a half days is Paul how can they recant should be close in in our second game they year. No. Okay. Waking about kill mon-. Checking you on your Kimball pictures system? I think it'll be good, by the way. I mean, I I don't mean to be dismissive. But that games in Clemson not winning that game. Scam that this evening. Vice for Mark in team keeping their name pulled on. Let me see if I can remember what his name is Mark. Who's a guy you're with? Joe Joe Hayes. That's my cousin cousin Joe guy. Uncle joe. Go ahead. Matt. Again, what do you think about Vince the changing again, the painting? I don't think Penn State has a chance. Now, I don't think there's a chance next year Notre Dame. I have a chance if they beat Georgia which will be a tough game to win. Matt. What do you think about Texas ain't M's chance to go to the college football playoff? I chance iota playoff this year. I figured you say that if Clinton. Be in Georgia. You're going to love it on one this year. What about Bama? I think Bama if they lose one maybe lose two outings again the off this year. Ooh. Hot take their from Matt the Matt thanks very much.

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"joe guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I thought he played well, and I felt like he regrets and for a long time. That's been the problem with LSU. You get the skill players on outside their four or five stars everywhere. Their first round draft picks at the secondary linebacker core. Obviously this year will be no different. But can we get a quarterback? They win the games on the line. He can win games. If other people don't play well around him. So Joe Joe boroughs all season with they're able to do with him how they can make him a better player. 'cause I think he's a good leader. How they make him. A gutter player is we'll tell you. Whether we are a second or third SEC west team or a team that can battle to win SEC championship. Ryan, really appreciate your time. Great to have you on. It's always it's always a treat. Thank you so much. Probably have a good one. You got it. Ryan Clark, great guy and phenomenal player at LSU and later in the. NFL we we'll take a break. More of your calls at eight five five two four to seven to eight five maj Jones in the next hour. We think he's going to do a may culpa for his disparaging comments earlier this week about Tennessee football. So stay tuned to that too. And listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Let's consider the secret life of the innermost. Nesting doll living most of her life in the dock inside the other nesting Dole's. She has plenty of time to think if she could Saturday, she has no brain, however, winning in a most nesting dole, his the geiko not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to gyco is a no brainer pitchy in a most nesting Dollond a lot in life. Welcome back lied. You're here mad is in San Antonio. Now. What are you doing for the Super Bowl, buddy? Be watching it going for the Rams mean Do do you you have? have? What are you going to be eating? How far in eight per pupil easy. I tried one more though. Pizza. Featuring kato. Oh pizza in case. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Forgot you're out in Texas. In Texas Paul, but I'll call it huskies out they'll come game with Tennessee 'em. You say, you're right. We lost again LSU. We put up a good fight. But. We didn't. I mean, we this. We lost that game oriented you talked on that one Paul is low. Yeah, I'm not I'm not really high on the basketball season right now. Gain to determine this year. Yeah, I'm not sure we're going to be beating the number. Who'd you be last year? We think North Carolina. Yeah. North carolina. I first weekend. Yeah. That was in the second round wasn't airless. I mean, I'm more looking forward to the football season this year. Yeah. I might you know, much give over the basketball season. I don't think it's going to end. Well, and no question and a half days is Paul how can they recant should be close in in our second game they year. No. Okay. Waking about kill mon-. Checking you on your Kimball pictures system? I think it'll be good, by the way. I mean, I I don't mean to be dismissive. But that games in Clemson not winning that game. Scam that this evening. Vice for Mark in team keeping their name pulled on. Let me see if I can remember what his name is Mark. Who's a guy you're with? Joe Joe Hayes. That's my cousin cousin Joe guy. Uncle joe. Go ahead. Matt. Again, what do you think about Vince the changing again, the painting?

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"joe guy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:14 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Think I think we there's enough of us with level has that we kinda keep each other on the straight and narrow we I think when one of us starts to kind of tip over the deep end there's somebody there to kind of pull them back, which is nice when you have four or five people that can kind of need that sounding board. Yeah. Exactly exactly if it was just one of us or maybe even just Dana. And I we'd probably already be gone. What do you think? I know you're working on documentary part two. But what do you think the end game will end up being with this? Man. That's a great question. We're still figuring that out. But I think one of the things that we're we're one of the things were desperately trying. Now is we're trying to establish some kind of idea as to where the next flap will be based on all of the data that we've been able to gather. That's one of the big things is is why is this stuff happening in the Appalachia's? Yeah. What is it about this place? And why were we pushed in that direction? Who is Keri wrist is he going to contact us again, those are some of the big question and these little goblins again could they be little ET's? I think it's absolutely possible. A lot of these stories that you hear there are these connotations that they are extraterrestrials are these these small creatures that people have seen whether it's you know, hopkinsville whether it is what was going on in in healthier. They the description of them look quite a bit like your traditional grey alien. So I think that there's. There's an aspect of them that either is extra terrestrial or something wants us to believe is extraterrestrial, which is maybe the more interesting part. Let's go to the phones. Now. Eric in Indiana truck, driving for us, Eric. Mike, and Joe guy has everybody doing everything. So we've missed you wherever you Ben oh out here. Trying to survive or earn a living. Truck. Driving trying not freeze to today. I was gonna say even in Indiana is a cold up there. It's only about fourteen right now. The other day. I got a cold pocket over L annoying, my outside temperature gauge read minus twenty two hours to be that way this week. I'm afraid. Absolutely. Okay. Go ahead. Anyway, I was gonna ask the guess if they ever heard about any cases where some of these smart Alex in their infinite wisdom decided it was in their best interest to antagonize restless spirits and end up having bad things happen to them. Greg. What do you think of that? Oh, all the time. I think that's one of the one of the calls that we get the most or people who have responded to something in a not so nice way, you know, one of the things that we're constantly preaching, and we have our work cut out for us. Because this isn't what pop culture breaches is that when something is being a nuisance something of a supernatural nature. It's really just trying to get you to pay attention to it. And so, you know, it's it's like a grumpy person, you are antagonizing it. It's probably gonna antagonize you back. Are there some that? Just don't respect the other side. Oh, I think I think that. Going to be delicate and how I word this. But I think that a lot of the pop culture that has been put out there has taught people that they don't need to. And that's the only way to get a response from the other side is by attacking icing it so I think that that's something of an epidemic. These days next up. Let's go to Joe in Long Island, New York Joseph. Go ahead. Hi, Greg and Dana. He said people were kind of observing you in some cases that these people almost seem like within the Lanham Platz phenomena or could say something happened with several players are on the scene. The men in black show up then the Warlock show up and within that some people demonstrate powers like they could move a vehicle with their one hand or or stop a boat or would that be along the lines of witchcraft or have you observed something like that what people have like unusual strength or can move. Material objects. Well, I'll start with your first question feeling a observed, you know, one of the things that we did is because. Alan Greenfield's book plays such a part in this investigation. We reached out to him. And we said, you know, here's this guy. His name's Kerry risk. We know that you interviewed him. He emailed us. Do you think this is the real guy? He seems to think that we are have been in contact with men in black and that they have played a role in pushing us in different directions and this investigation. So if that's it. Whether that's true or not, I don't know. But I know that we have distinctly felt at different moments that there were people around who are paying a lot of attention to what we were doing. And there was something not quite normal about them. As for your question about, you know, people having supernatural powers, I would love to see somebody move a car or a boat with their with their mind. I've met people that have you know, they can shut down electron IX, I've met people that walk under street lamps and blow streetlamps out that's about the extent of what I have seen personally. But of course, there are plenty of people out there who claim to have some pretty unique powers. But I think that if they did they would do well to keep them to themselves and probably do your documentary. At least the first five parts are free. Aren't they? Yeah. Absolutely free. Yep. There was a a big point. We wanted as many people to see it as possible. So we put it on multiple platforms. It's on Amazon prime streaming. It's perfect. Yeah. It's on YouTube people can even direct download it from the website if they want so we wanted to make it as accessible as possible because once people see it, they're part of it. Is it scary at all? I think it's very scary. I think that that I mean it really gets in your head. And I think that Carl did an amazing job of capturing the feeling of the experience, which I think is a really eerie uncomfortable, and at times, really terrifying experience. So any shot it almost like a movie didn't he? Yeah. I mean, it's beautiful. He it. He really sort of wanted to create this visual place that kind of sucked people into the story right away. Which is exactly what happens is it's beautiful, and it's easy to sort of. Feel as if you're right there with us. And I think that that general vibe it kind of creeps into your brain. And you think about it after you've watched it, and I think that is a bit more creepy than anything else. Let's go to Daniel in Seattle Washington now. Hi, daniel. Go ahead, sir. Hi. Occasionally, listen to the radio when I'm driving back from a from schools, and I was just listening to you guys. And I didn't want us to send him formula at first. But you guys sounds a little like the couple from the conjuring which I thought was school. You know? The museum with the close stuff. But I guess I question lies have you guys thought of like expanding the scope of where you guys look this up like maybe say Peru because actually I come from a business background. And I know like my mom she wants I went to the forest in the mountains with your friend, and your friend actually got loss up there in stumbled onto what he believed he saw like little creatures dancing. Well, they call it the cheapie Chapa of there is like. Have you ever just like to say to maybe to spend expanded scope Saudi places like oh, sure. I think they will eventually, but go ahead. Gregg, I I think that's the plan. You know, one of the things that Hellier is is it it is a prologue to a much bigger investigation. And we've already now I mean, we've been all over the country. And I wouldn't be surprised if if the scope eventually expanded outside of the country really just depends, maybe that'll be, you know, seasons season five or six have you had other paranormal investigators wanting to jump on your bandwagon and participate. I mean, I think that there's there's always going to be a level of that. When there's a case that is is unique and interesting, and the one thing that we really like is the fact that we know and our good friends with so many people from so many different investigative backgrounds that you know, we want people to to be part of this case lead people's help. Because you know, we're not experts at everything was much as I wish we were. So part of the reason that Hellier was released for free and on so many platforms is the fact that that's actually part of the investigation because now it's out there and people can send us their reports. And we can get in touch with people who are are experts at stuff that we are not so yeah, the the the field is is huge. And we want to take advantage of it. Do you find Greg that you get better? And better as an investigator. The more cases you do. I think I think not just that. But I get better and better as an investigator. Investigators the more I. I work outside of my comfort zone. So the more that I hang out with people that have different views than I do. You know, if you'd asked me what I believe, you know, five years ago, it would be very different than what I believe. Now, and the more I've expanded that scope, and the more that I've I've made friends entrusted people who have different views than I have the more. I realize a lot of this stuff is all the same thing. And we're all just looking at it through our own individual lenses. Dana give us a story of your in your career of one of the strangest paranormal things you've investigated. That's a that's a good question. So one the one thing that pops into my head initially is probably one of the most terrifying experiences that I've ever had it's in a place in on -tario Canada in an caster called the Hermitage. And basically, it's the ruins of what was once a huge mansion. It's just become a historical society or area. So you can kind of walk around and look at what's leftover, and there's a lot of stories that are associated with the land. And when I was filming the girl ghost hunters back in early two thousands. We were filming in this specific location and myself, and my fellow investigators and a few crew members were sort of off in the corner of one of his area one area of the Hermitage, which is again surrounded by woods. So there's you know, acres and acres of woods around this, desolate small area, and and a group of us watch three every tall, very long. Being that the best way I can describe them as they looked as if they were encased in static. So it was like television static. They were tall. There were not really defining features. There were three of them and they walked out of the woods towards us. And essentially what they started to do was hurt us like we were cattle off the property, and it would have been one thing if it was me who sought even if my fellow investigators sought, but our crew also side and most of them were very sceptical. Most of them didn't really believe in the paranormal. So to have a bunch of, you know, crew members that don't believe in this kind of stuff seeing and witnessing exact same thing that we were was incredibly terrifying. I bet. Yeah. They had a very strange feel to them as if they were they weren't they weren't human and they had never been human. And how about you, Greg? How about you in terms of a case outside of this one? There's there's such as we've been dealing with now for a few years..

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"joe guy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Tucson coffee roasters. Can't blow and swan creek cross out the Broadway tomorrow and Saturday. That's it. That's it. Collector's edition unless it sells. Well, maybe they'll put it up. There. You call it a hot Cup of Joe right up Garrett. Screw that Joe guy. Yeah. All right. So I want you to hear I have over there. If you don't mind, I want you to hear v v Nathan Phillips soundbite from this. Just the question. I from savannah Guthrie who is a complete Jack hole was stupid questions. Do you think anything would have happened? If you didn't wear that maga- hat, you think you wouldn't have been raped by that guy? He didn't wear the short skirt. What do you think? So if I wear a hat, it's okay. For people to curse at me, yell things. At me punch me not really. So here's a question to Nathan Phillips this morning on the today show, just minutes ago. Here we go. This is a good chance to clear it up. You were a veteran. You served in the Marine Corps found have said that you were Vietnam veteran. I don't believe I don't believe you've said that. Well, savannah, it's not like you have fifty two producers working for you at the show, right? That would never happen. Right. Why should you ever? Actually know what the hell you're talking about. Right. Let's go back to a video that I have stumbled upon. This is the same guy. Nathan Phillips, you ready for this one. You ready? Listen, listen to this. I'm a Vietnam vet served ring core seventy two to seventy six. Okay. We'll play more. But savannah, wait a spread fake news. Even more. This is why people hate the media is why they hang on his more. Discharged may fifth nine thousand nine hundred seventy six. You know, one of the honorable discharge and one of the boxes in their guitar show. Is if he was peace time or or what my box is. I was in theater. I don't talk much about my Vietnam times. I don't talk much because you didn't have any Vietnam times. So let's start it all over with the liar. The propagandist. You have as own savannah Guthrie who worked way here in town fake news on the today show is what it takes to make seven figures. You gotta you gotta be better your job. Listen to this. This is a good chance to clear it up. You were a veteran you served in the Marine Corps. Some have said that you were a Vietnam veteran. I don't.

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"joe guy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"He's almost by age. Wow. One of the guys he fought I think he was forty two at the time. And this fellow was a whole lot younger. Sweet Lou Savary's. Guys. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. You once told me that the hardest you ever hit you fought Holyfield Tyson. You fought all the big names. You once told me the hardest. You were ever hit was George Foreman. This is true. You just in the business. We call it heavy hands. Heavies you'll prolific puncture knocked out some of the best. And he seemed like he never moved. It was like when he was hit. Unlike the other platelet, boxers Tyson would would come in and punch and then pull back. It was like he didn't care if he got hit. Georgia's obviously, there was one first career where he was just a Big Joe guys had no jab at all others comeback. I believe Archer. Moore was woodcutter scripted it, and he gave probably the best German boxer one of the top five is Jeb was a weapon which most people use things up. But I really became a whole different was so calm relaxed in there. Guys fight just by walking into the but it was really hard to find it. Our mutual friend, dick wills said that for both of you. It was one of the most brutal fights of either of your careers. I mean, just a bash festival so much damage done each one of you and. In answer to the question of whether there were any hard feelings, you just saw him two weeks ago. It was so cool. Yeah. We had HBO they did a photo shoot at a gym downtown. They were talking expose on those guys that tried to make the transition from football into boxing. You know, very well. But so I didn't know who is coming in Georgia pay barely Georgia. So give me a big hug, and we talked for a while. So do y'all talk about the all talk about that fight at a moment. Like that. Yeah. We just a little bit. But we just touched on. I was telling you about. Kofi? Was you say tell fi was, but he. Was the craziest most sobering things after the fight. I went to the. Babai twenty some stitches in this lady walked in. And she said what's your day Ali reduction, which what's your birthday who's the president United States? I couldn't remember was terrible. So about thirty minutes past that I took to the doctor lady back in there. And she came in today. First of all, I tell people Asia professional hockey, check ball ball, Republican considered Clinton the president. Comedy in you. Thanks for making time for us. I know I know you're in the middle of a training session. Where's your I gotta come and see your new place. We're right on BelAir boulevard with a little bit different than the downtown loop were over. Belair right by whole foods where forty four one five. Bring the boys by I will forty four zero one Beller that's biller. And what is right? It's right by railroad. Tracks were contiguous to you. Give a woman. Disaster a street named it did crosses it. Forty four fifteen BelAir boulevard. And we're right by western wholefoods, contiguous. That's a big word for you. We're right next to we're right next to the armory where Dave shooting a gun shop right there in little Woodrow's those little address right next to little wardrobe. Are you near Muller's bakery? We're really close not contiguous. But we are close to that. Are you on the same side of the street? Yes. Have you been great bakery? It's a really good really good. I think that's illegal in seventeen states. Hey, I just want a picture. I just want a picture of you and came over to see you two weeks ago with Peyton Manning. Yes. You've lost weight. You look ripped kids with scotch tape them. So. It's ridiculous. Fat. Chef you can't be a fat trade wants the phone number at your gym for people that want to train with the former heavyweight. Trick question. How are we going to market your business? You don't even know the phone number. Although it is. Seven one three three eight nine five five five seven three three Savary's fit fighters..

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"joe guy" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"joe guy" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"All right. So one of the reasons why go this diners. I liked the food who knew I love the I love the the the people, there know me, they know my orders and shit. I love the food. Okay. That's the main reason though, food and ambiance is why go if you're a waiter a waitress you can be a dick to me as long as the ambiance is good. Or if you're really nice and the food is good. The ambiance can suffer a little bit. There's three things that I like this restaurant has all of them. All right now. Joe guy from Chicago looks like he's always weren't goddamn backpack. For some reason like his mom was a white woman. And his dad was a Jan sport. Like, that's what that's and so he came out and he's like guy. Anyway, he, you know, he looks like a turtle like he's got a shell like this fucking guy. All right. I don't know what he's got. If he worked out it looks like he goes and works out his lats a little too much. Anyway, I'm just painting a picture. Okay. So. We get we get a chicken sandwich was one of my heart shits, one of the hot shits order all the time. I get the tickets or get the breakfast Oregon breakfast sandwich. There's a Mahat chips that I really stray from it. Sometimes I get a fucking vegan burrito. But these are the hot shits get chicken sandwich is one of the hot shit. I get all right. So I'm getting the chicken sandwich. And you know, what I like also the fries. Okay. So they dropped the plate. And I noticed that the Fraser different right now. I love the fries. It's one of the reasons why I go to this because I love the food and part of the fries now everybody at the table. We all like the fries. That's why we go. These are different. Okay. Joe Mr. fuckin- phantom backpack where from Chicago. Says now let me also tell you another thing about this guy. He's one of those guys that you know, guys that are always trying to rub it in your fucking face that like love food too much like I don't give a fuck. How much you like food or you're a foodie, I don't give a shit. Oh, you like putting food in your face? Okay. Let's talk about anything else. You like to. Oh, real. Yeah. When you were in Paris, you had some good meals. Cool. Hey, do me a favor. Kiss my taint. K I don't care. Nice good. Good job. Oh, you had a burger cool. You know? So this guy's always. He's got a fucking thing on Instagram. You know, it's a tongue-in-cheek. It's a funny thing. But he says it's called Joe eats. And he does a fucking thing is I I mean, a burger from shake shack haven't had haven't had shake shack yet her lot about it gonna eat it. And then he eats. He's really good. And it's called Joe eats. Hey, you know, anyway. So so the they come down the fries are different and Joe with his fucking. Always commenting on food bullshit. He says I got different fries. Look good. Okay. Blood-curdling anger. Let me tell let me explain now. Let me explain me here. Okay. First of all he's doing the thing that he always does talking about food now step one, I take I take one step up to anger heaven gender. Stand me. I'm taking one step up to anger heaven. Okay. Because he's doing the thing. He always does that is that if you don't hate your friends, you ain't shit understand what I'm saying. When your friends if your friend like likes? If your friend like loves blazers or some shit, and then you see him walk in with a new blazer, and you don't hate him for that a little bit. You ain't shit. Okay. Yeah. I understand. He's your friend. You love him. But you gotta be guys fucking guy with his blazers always with blaze. He got a new fucking tweet blazers with the patches on go. Fuck yourself. Dude. You ain't shit. If you don't think that all right, and you okay..

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The latest on the 2018 draft

The Rob Buska Show

02:19 min | 4 years ago

The latest on the 2018 draft

"The two thousand eighteen nfl draft brown select nick job running back georgia the great jim brown with the call they're introduced the first pick which was nevada lyman austin corbett and then followed up with georgia running back nick charles this is the first time in the last ten years the schools produced two running backs drafted than the top two rounds of the same draft sunny michel pick thirty first overall thursday by the new england patriots another running back went later than expected thought the fifty nine and a twenty eighteen nfl draft various running back joe guys went fifty nine th overall the redskins trading up to get him only player an sec history with three two hundred fifty yard rush games he dropped related to how he interviewed not how he played on the field melkite for junior tell you what i'll tell you what stack boxers why because lsu convertible ball effectively consistent basis that they knew hey we can take various guys with over for letter four banged up the sheer wasn't one hundred percent that affected him but when he was one hundred percent watching their the ability to make people in all back box that's what you're gonna see in the nfl very determined runner runs and great certainly was productive route four four nine two hundred twenty five pounds of the running ability of darius yeah let's stay with lsu linebacker and pass rusher arden key considered a possible top ten pick after his sophomore season lasted until pick number eighty seven by the oakland raiders with the seventy six pick in the two thousand eighteen nfl draft the city of champions the pittsburgh steelers select mason rudolph quarterback yes the steelers get their guy the qb at number seventy six oklahoma signal caller mason rudolph in exchange they had a deal where they moved up setting picks number seventy nine and two twenty two seattle rudolph is the highest quarterback selected by the steelers since big ben went eleventh overall in two thousand and four he led the f b s in passing yards last season jay's washington led the.

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