32 Burst results for "Joe Such"

Just Admit Y'all Was Wrong!

The Officer Tatum Show

01:15 min | 10 hrs ago

Just Admit Y'all Was Wrong!

"So Joe Biden talks about COVID and they use these terms like COVID, should our country down? No, you should know Trump said our country. Y'all should your government should our country down? In our schools. Y'all had no business doing this. My producer the forgotten man gave me an article and I didn't get to do it on the show, but it's kids are a hundred times less likely to be sick from COVID or have reaction to COVID is adults. I believe that's what the article said. And but y'all shut the stews down. Just admit you I was wrong, y'all know what the F y'all doing. Can you just admit that? Can you admit Doctor Fauci's a fraud? Just admit it. You ain't gotta do nothing, just admit that y'all don't know what y'all doing and y'all screwed us. Because we have this idea that the people who are running our government that they are smart and that they are acting in our best interests. And then they actually know what they're doing. No, they are here. Listen, they out here guessing. I'm telling you, they get Doctor Fauci. Doctor Fauci don't know what he's talking about. They don't know nothing about the virus. All he knows is he was a part of gain of function research at the Wuhan lab. And he probably don't know what virus got out.

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Brandon Shares His Thoughts on Biden's SOTU

The Officer Tatum Show

01:40 min | 10 hrs ago

Brandon Shares His Thoughts on Biden's SOTU

"Let me get to the point that I know you guys want to hear me talk about is Joe Biden. Jill Biden and Kamala's husband literally kissed on the lips. I can not believe what I saw. And when people are complete clowns, this is how their expression comes out to fruition. When you see these people coming together, they're awkward, they don't really want to do it. They don't really want to be there. They're faking it for the American people. And what do they do? They end up bumping lips. But that's not even the most important thing here. Obviously, Joe Biden told a tremendous amount of lies. But I will say that my frustration is with all of us, Joe Biden is clearly dead in his brain, I don't believe he's inspired whatsoever. Of course he's going to lie. If you're a Democrat and you're trying to win the next election, are you trying to make your party look good? Are you trying to impress the American people? You're going to tell a lie, you're going to exaggerate. You're going to do that. It's expected. I guarantee that Republicans tell lies when they get up there. You can not tell me that Republicans always kill the truth when they're up there doing the State of the Union address and they're not exaggerating. Listen, it is made for you to make your administration look good to the American people. However, the frustrating part of what I saw and I did not watch the whole thing. I'm not going to lie to y'all. I do not want to waste my evening watching foolery. However, when I see Joe Biden get out there and say some of the most craziest things that I've ever heard, and then I see that the Republicans are in the audience mocking him and it's really making our country look bad.

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 Biden's State of the Union draws audience of 27.3 million

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 hrs ago

Biden's State of the Union draws audience of 27.3 million

"Biden's State of the Union drew an audience that was slightly smaller than normal. I'm Lisa dwyer. An estimated 27.3 million people watched president Joe Biden State of the Union address on television Tuesday night. The Nielsen company says that was the second smallest audience for the annual event in at least 30 years. Biden's audience was down nearly 28% from 2022. The only smaller audience for the address to Congress since 1993 was the 26.9 million people who saw Biden in 2021, nearly three quarters of the people who watched Biden's speech last night for 55 years and older. Nielsen says Fox News channel had the biggest TV audience, CNN and the Fox broadcast network had the smallest audience,

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Joe Biden Finally Brings up Fentanyl During SOTU

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 11 hrs ago

Joe Biden Finally Brings up Fentanyl During SOTU

"Joe Biden at the state of confusion speech He's mentioned fentanyl for the first time Mister producer go Fentanyl is killing more than 70,000 Americans a year You got it So let's launch a major surge that's not fentanyl production in the sale and trafficking with more drug detection machines inspection cargo stop pills and powder at the border He acts like he's never been in government He acts like he's an outsider He's been in government forever He's been a senator forever he's been vice president 8 years He's probably a nice so let's inspect car Well then do it But as we know he's mister open border Mister producer go We now have a record number of personnel working to secure the border resting 8000 human smugglers seizing over 23,000 pounds of fentanyl in just the last several months We've launched a new border plan last month Unlawful migration from Cuba Haiti Nicaragua and Venezuela has come down 97% as a consequence of that But American border problems won't be fixed until Congress acts If we don't pass my comprehensive immigration reform at least pass my plan to provide the equipment and officers to secure the border And a pathway to citizenship for dreamers those on temporary status farm workers essential workers

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Fact-Checking Joe Biden's Claims From the SOTU

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 11 hrs ago

Fact-Checking Joe Biden's Claims From the SOTU

"Let's go on with this New York Post Biden claimed the inflation reduction act is also the most significant investment ever to tackle the climate crisis Lowering utility bills Truth Can Edison and New York alone says Gaz bills will be up 20% this year Renewables have not been able to keep up with demand and regulations of only driven up the cost of fossil fuels Claim they invested too little of that profit you heard them to increase domestic production and keep gas prices down Truth Takes a lot of huts but for Biden to claim oil companies having drilled enough he canceled pipelines would not sign new drilling licenses and may note secret of the fact that he wanted to drive oil companies out of business They didn't drill enough claim We pay more for prescription drugs than any major nation on earth Truth We also have the most innovation of any nation with access to the latest treatments first Claim under my plan nobody earning less than $400,000 a year will pay an additional penny in taxes not one penny Truth With the increase in the number of IRS agents they certainly will And new minimum rates for corporations will be passed along to all of us not to mention inflation as a tax Claim in the midst of COVID crisis when schools were closed let's also recognize how far we've come Truth they were close far too long because teachers unions were allowed to dictate government policy And Biden's response to the education crisis not more charter schools not a focus on the fundamentals Just more money Claim public safety defense on public trust but too often the trust is violated Imagine what it's like to lose a child at the hands of the law Truth While Tyree Nichols is a tragedy the number of people killed by law enforcement in any year is very small And almost all of them are armed in the process of committing a crime

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Ex-Twitter execs deny pressure to block Hunter Biden story

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 14 hrs ago

Ex-Twitter execs deny pressure to block Hunter Biden story

"At a Capitol Hill hearing former Twitter executives deny that was pressure to block a story in 2020 about President Biden's son, House oversight committee chair James comer says the story was in the New York Post, involving Hunter Biden's laptop. Twitter censorship of a news article that shed light on Joe Biden's involvement in his family's suspicious business deal. Former Twitter head of trust and safety Joel Roth says they were worried about a cyberattack by another government on a presidential election. I believe Twitter aired in this case because we wanted to avoid repeating the mistakes of 2016. New York Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says the committee could be talking about healthcare, civil rights voting rights. But instead, we're talking about hardened to Biden's half fake laptop story. I mean, this is an embarrassment. Republicans maintain social media companies, including Twitter, are biased against them. Ed Donahue, Washington.

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Rep. Tim Burchett: What the Heck Was Joe Biden Saying?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | 15 hrs ago

Rep. Tim Burchett: What the Heck Was Joe Biden Saying?

"I'm just curious, could you understand what the president was saying last night? We were having a hard time following along on TV. Well, I got the live version and I kept leaning over to people beside me. I told Lauren boebert one time, I said, what the heck did he just say? And she's like, merchant, I don't know. I was at a loss. And then one time they gave him a standing ovation, you know, I thought it was kind of funny because the vice president, she stands up in chairs and that's the signal. Because Pelosi is not up there to give him the thumbs up or thumb down. And they all, of course, they all like pavlov's dog, rigging the bail. They all jump up and then that was one of the mains because it was like, did he just say pop of it? I wasn't really sure what he's saying. He was going to ban or make sure that we or something. I don't know. Listen, man, I told somebody this morning it was a focus group out of San Francisco that helped him with all his points. He's going to go after motel room hidden phase. Well, that's at the cutting edge of problems we have in this country. And the Republicans quit standing in my way on the border issue. I mean, what the hey days was he's talking about. And then fentanyl holy cow. He couldn't even talk. We haven't met or have a hearing up here on the Democrats would have to admit they have a problem at the border.

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Biden's State of the Union Address Sounded Like a Re-Election Campaign

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:00 min | 16 hrs ago

Biden's State of the Union Address Sounded Like a Re-Election Campaign

"Lot to unravel. I will tell you that was not a State of the Union address. That was a reelection campaign. That's what that was last night. So a pretty clear to me that Biden is going to run for a second term whether or not the Democrats want him to. That's not the issue anymore. This is whether or not the First Lady misses doctor First Lady Joe Biden wants her husband to run again because she still wants to be the First Lady of these great United States. So that's what we saw laid out there. Kamala Harris looked like she was in a hostage video. Sitting behind Joe Biden and at times her eyes bugging out by some of the things coming out of that man's mouth. And word around Washington is the sign language interpreter threw in the towel about a minute into the address. They're like, I'm done here. I don't know what to do. This is it. We're done here. I don't know what the guy's saying. I don't think anybody did.

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Sean Davis: Joe Biden Lies to Please His People

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 16 hrs ago

Sean Davis: Joe Biden Lies to Please His People

"You've watched the State of the Union or saw the low lights of it there were no highlights The man's a disaster He's obviously cognitively impaired at this point Sean he was making up words We learned a new word last night original zillion jobs I don't know what it is Nobody else knows what it is The irony of it though was that every Democrat get up and applauded that he's going to veto if we raise the cost of rich resilience zillion jobs Which I found strange because no one really knows what they're supported But one of the worst parts about it was just it's not that politicians lie that bothers me Sean they all lie It's that Biden lies about things that are so easily refutable You know he did not create 12 million jobs real wages are not up there down These are things you can look up and it just reminds me of this constant fantasy land These liberals live in We conservatives tell the truth even to our own party I mean that was that whole fight over the speaker But it doesn't appear that liberals do it to the same degree No no it's actually interesting how they seem to view language and words And in my opinion they use their purely weapons and their weapons that are designed to help them either defend against their enemy today or defeat their enemy today and make it until tomorrow And it doesn't matter what words means the only thing that matters to them is whether these words can get them this particular objective that they need to survive to the next day So they actually don't think he's lying He's just going out there and saying what he needs to say to be able to do what his people wanted to do And it's why nobody on that side actually cares when he just baldly lies about stuff You know he's lies about inflation Lies about gas prices And it's not like this is a new thing for Biden that we can just blame on dementia or his doctors getting his amphetamine drug cocktail wrong So you guys have been a liar his entire career for 50 60 70 years He lies about everything It's just who he is

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The Reason for the Nixon/Trump Venom With John O'Connor

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:29 min | 17 hrs ago

The Reason for the Nixon/Trump Venom With John O'Connor

"It seems like the Nixon and Trump situations are somewhat anomalous. And by that, I mean, they didn't seem to. They tried to go after Reagan on Iran contra. I'm sure they weren't happily happy with either HW or Joe or W, but it seems that there's a particular venom that I see with Nixon and now resurrected with Trump. What is the reason for that? It's all visceral. When the recent Watergate shows were on, like one produced by John dean on CNN. Every now and then, they just gratuitously throw in Trump. Oh, yes, Trump and Nixon. They're both can be cartoonish figures to the left. And Nixon was never a Hollywood guy. He was never a great glad hander, like Bill Clinton was always charming. John Kennedy starring Barack Obama's charming. Trump, to a lot of people, rushed people the wrong way. He's a bull in the China shop, and that's why he got elected, frankly, because people were disgusted with the China shop. So they're very much similar in that sense, what I would say about Nixon is he both of them have sort of a certain contentious personality and so when met with issues, Nixon becomes cheerless Trump becomes combative and it's easy to say, oh, look at this guy. He's a terrible guy. That's all it is. It's visceral. Nothing, not a lot of substance to it.

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The Majority of Welfare Recipients Can Work but Choose Not To

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 17 hrs ago

The Majority of Welfare Recipients Can Work but Choose Not To

"The overwhelming majority of people who are getting money from local state and federal government for welfare type programs whether it's snap or whatever it may be These people can work they just don't want to And nobody wants to talk about it Oh we can't talk about that We got to be sensitive It's compassionate conservatism You know what's compassionate getting a freaking job bro and learning some life skills Hey Jim queued up for me again The one where he's lying complains about billionaires Can you up for me cut ten I just want to play this one more time Here again is grifter loser bum Joe Biden who's never worked the decent day in his entire life His entire life has been grifting off China Ukraine and his job and lying about everyone around them Here's this lazy bum last night talking about what billionaires pay because he's jealous 'cause he's not one Take a listen We have to reward work not just wealth Pass my proposal for the billionaire minimum tax You know there's a thousand billionaires in America It's up from about 600 in the beginning of time But no billionaire should be paying a lower tax rate than a school teacher or firefighter I mean think about it Okay he gives you the tell that he's lying What's the tell Jim Mean it Yes that's right Whatever Joe Biden says it's the truth I mean it or he emphasizes like and he said something twice He's always lying

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Joe Biden Is Unfit to Serve as President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | 18 hrs ago

Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Joe Biden Is Unfit to Serve as President

"Here she went on to have a scathing assessment of Biden's presidency. And Biden himself. A 100,000 Americans a year are now killed from drug overdoses. Largely from fentanyl pouring across our southern border. Yet the Biden administration refuses to secure the border and save American lives. And after years of democratic attacks on law enforcement and calls to defund the police, the violent criminals roam free while law abiding families live in fear. Beyond our border from Afghanistan to Ukraine, from North Korea to Iran, President Biden's weakness puts our nation and the world at risk. In the president's refusal to stand up to China our most formidable adversary is dangerous and unacceptable. President Biden is unwilling to defend our border, defend our skies and defend our people. He is simply unfit to serve as commander in chief.

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The Laundry List of Lies by Joe Biden During SOTU

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | 18 hrs ago

The Laundry List of Lies by Joe Biden During SOTU

"Last night, there was a Montage that Fox News channel put together of all the lies Biden told. I love this. The New York Post called it fibs. Fibs? No, no, no. This is the laundry list of bald faced lies told by the 46th president of the United States last night in the State of the Union. For too many decades, we import a project of exported jobs. Now thanks to what you've all done, we're exporting American products and creating American jobs. Inflation. Inflation has been a global problem because the pandemic disrupted our supply chains and prudence unfair and brutal war in Ukraine, disrupted energy supplies, as well as food supplies, blocking all that grain in Ukraine. But we're better positioned any country on earth right now. But we have more to do. But here at home inflation is coming down. Here at home gas prices are down a dollar 50 from their peak. Food inflation is coming down. Not fast enough but coming down. Inflation has fallen every month for the last 6 months. Well, take home pay has gone up. 30 million workers have to sign non compete agreements. For the jobs they take. 30 million. So a cashier at a burger place can walk across town and take the same job in another burger place to make a few bucks more. Chest change. They just change it because we exposed it. That was part of the deal, guys. Look it up. He's like the comic over a chuckles in Poughkeepsie with hecklers and he's yelling back at the crowd. It was so bad. It was so bad. And

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New Words Made up by Joe Biden During SOTU

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | 18 hrs ago

New Words Made up by Joe Biden During SOTU

"You mean makes up a lot of words Did you hear the speech last night He made up a new word last night He said listen Biden was sending a warning Jim He's a you listen here you Republicans If you dare send me anything involving for sharing a zillion job I am going to veto that So Republicans don't do anything about first to show you a zillion jobs You understand And the funny thing about this is that Democrats got up and clapped as if any of them knew what the this guy was talking about If you would have take a camera and walk around that room with a microphone and say what are you applauding What did Biden just say not to veto They'd say what does that mean I have no idea either Jim queue up for me if you would cut to this is 9 seconds of Biden make up Jim translated this as frisch's and his jobs You tell me if you can tell what Biden is saying because I don't even think Biden knows Take a listen Make no mistake If you're trying anything to raise the cost of precision jobs I will veto it Do not dare try to raise the cost I'll pick a civilian ship Brazilian jobs Don't do it That's a warning Republicans That's what I'm going to put that out in a tweet this morning Republicans don't waste your time with pick a billion Jillian jobs

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Impersonator Shawn Farash Shares 'Trump's Response' to SOTU

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 18 hrs ago

Impersonator Shawn Farash Shares 'Trump's Response' to SOTU

"Here was the official Trump response to last night's dreadful State of the Union Check this out The 2023 State of the Union address or as I call it the wonders of Adderall the slur of the union started out with a kiss Kamala's husband planted a big wet one on the mouth of doctor Jill they call it doctor Jill like Peter stroke at least the page no Peter I love you Lisa I love you too The FBI lovebirds What are those grace Sleepy Joe Biden used the word folks more than I've ever used the phrase believe me which is a lot what do you think about it Believe me And I want to congratulate sleepy Joe for creating more new words than any president in the history of our great country He says the State of the Union is strong and that's fake news China's flying balloons over our great country and we will only be strong when I return to The White House and make America great again Amazing Justin amazing response by president Trump the guy he really knows how to put it together afterwards and just get right to the points He threw all the nonsense there Fact checkers back checkers calm down Calm down Bill Dee McCarthy In particular diaper off relax stop peeing in it calm down That's a joke That is of course our good friend the greatest Trump imitation voice out there even better than Trump Come on if you're listening on radio and you're not watching me on Fox nation or looking at the video and you already saw it on rumble Be honest you thought that could have been president Trump right That's our friend Sean Parrish You can follow him on Twitter He's captain deplorable He's at at Sean underscore Ferris FAR ASH It's just amazing He does make up a lot of words

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You Rarely Hear Derision at a State of the Union Address...

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:22 sec | 20 hrs ago

You Rarely Hear Derision at a State of the Union Address...

"Down all the oil wells and all the oil refineries anyway. So why should we invest in them? I said, we're going to need oil for at least another decade. And that can exceed and beyond that. We're going to need. You know, you hear a lot of things that have State of the Union, you're rarely here, derision. And the president got derision last night. Join

Ron DeSantis Talks About Legacy Media

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:05 min | 20 hrs ago

Ron DeSantis Talks About Legacy Media

"DeSantis yesterday talked about media. The only thing that Joe Biden's got going for him is legacy media. Now he's got that going for him. But people like desantis have figured out they and the president are both the subject of the next campaign, cut number three. We've seen over the last generation corporate media outlets, legacy media outlets increasingly divorce themselves from the truth and instead try to elevate preferred narratives and partisan activism over reporting the facts when they depart from the truth. A lot of times the truths on the cutting room floor and the narratives that they're supporting and furthering actually damage a lot of people with lies. And so we have a number of people here who are well versed, either personally or professionally in the area of defamation law, and at the end of the day, what I think they fought for is to hold these big media companies accountable for their actionable lies. And it's one thing to say what you want and truth. And that's fine and the truth isn't always a comfortable, but when you're knowingly putting out false information and indeed, I'd say these companies are probably the leading purveyors of disinformation in our entire society right now, there needs to be an ability for people to defend themselves. There does. And he went on and said this about the corporate media. And I think it's so on point, cut number four. The swan song has been this Russia collusion hoax because they indulged in that for two years and it was almost all based on anonymous sources. I mean, it all eventually was debunked, and even in real time people were saying this, but they just kept cycling in this. And I think it just raises the question. This obsession with these anonymous sources, where did that come from? I used to be rare that you would do it. I mean, to assassinate someone's character with anonymous sources would have been a total no no, now it's just kind of like a normal and actually the preferred method of being able to deliver content. You know,

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Robert Bork, Jr: The Consumer Welfare Standard Is for YOUR Protection

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:04 min | 20 hrs ago

Robert Bork, Jr: The Consumer Welfare Standard Is for YOUR Protection

"Your organization do that? How can we continue to get this message out that antitrust is there to say the consumer. And yes, it protects them from the big, bad companies, but it also protects our free enterprise system as we know it. Exactly. Again, I go back to, let's not talk about I don't talk about antitrust so much as I talk about the consumer welfare standard, which is the operating system, which drives antitrust enforcement now, which is what the courts. And the courts are the things that are is the branch of government that's protecting the consumer right now, because as you can see, Amy Klobuchar and the Democrats and want to tear down the consumer welfare standard, and they can do that just by passing a statute, changing the law. And then the courts have to follow what they do. Well, supposedly what they have to follow what they do. They don't always follow what they do. But the key here is for people to understand very simply that the consumer welfare standard is for your protection as the consumer and the economy and that there are different kinds of consumers, but that's what your protection is. If I creating economic efficiency, which drives prices and innovation and job creation and wealth creation, I mean, if you look Joe Biden, I'm sorry for wandering off again, but Joe Biden issued 72 executive orders last year. All of government approach to competition. And he said, and he actually, this is what really route me. He named my father. He said, judge bork's experiment failed. And antitrust. Well, that was utter horse hockey. And, you know, I wrote a piece in the op-ed where I pointed out that the economy has grown three times in size. That there are more small businesses than ever before, the rate of growth of small businesses was enormous. He said that was not true. But Biden and the truth are two things that are not acquainted with each other.

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"joe such" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

Veteran on the Move

06:32 min | 3 months ago

"joe such" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

"To be an incredible shape and a bunch of beasts and everything and I just killed everybody and it was my first day. And I wasn't even like training swimming yet. And he's yelling at everybody. He's like, you need to be in shape like this guy. He did all the, all the PSGs back to back to back. And you guys are getting ready to go to boot camp and he's like, you're not going to make a boat. And so me and him just like immediately bonded. And then when I got really sick, literally the guys he put through seal training like a decade earlier where all my instructors and he was like the most feared instructor and he's like the person that's vouching for me and they're like, oh, he was weak and hell week and he's like, trust me, he's good. And so it's crazy the way that worked out. I might not have gotten another shot. He had it called in and vouched for me. And which just shows how important that is when things go wrong. Absolutely. Wow. Phenomenal story. Talk about who you know. Phenomenal. Obviously, your performance in physical fitness spoke for itself. But the right people, vouch for you and had witnessed it. So incredible. I think you don't want to go to seal training and be able to do the minimum. You need to be in good enough shape that you need to prepare for your legs all messed up, you're sick, you can hardly breathe. And you can still pass the test and everything. You know, you got to be ready because you're literally working out, well, the normal days you're working out like 15 hours a day, the days of hell week you're working out over 20 hours a day. And you've got to be able to just grind. It's not the guy who's the best athlete. It's a guy that can be hurt and keep going and keep ticking and be in the cold water for an hour. Be covered in sand. And just never give up on himself. Wow. Crazy story. Hey, we're getting close to the end of our time. First of all, how do we find sunga life? So it's at sunga life on Instagram. That's the biggest platform we use. My personal one is at Jeff gumb, JEFF GM. And then there's Facebook single life swim. And then on YouTube as well, we got some really cool fun videos actually had a blast this summer did Miami swim week and had all these beautiful Sports Illustrated models. Single life had a few had a few like guy models too, but then when it came time to do the runway and everything, we were missing there was only like a few guys and my friend kaj had literally just come back from Ukraine like training and helping some people over there. He's retired. He's a retired seal. Yeah. And I just made all these different flags and goes out of Ukrainian sunga. So he went out there with a super soaker and a Ukraine sunga. And I'm like, I can't have all these people repping soon to life and not me doing it, so I literally like threw on an American flag soon go went out there with a Sports Illustrated model and walked the runway and had a blast. It was awesome and then got a lot of cool PR. So if you even just Google soon the life, you can find a lot of the fun articles we've had, cool videos that are on YouTube and everything. And then in like men's health and some other, some other fun things. I was on Mike Tyson's podcast as well. You could hear the story there. Me and Kyle Maynard, who's my friend who was born without the arms and legs that we did all these adventures together and sharing stories Mike Tyson about his surreal as it gets. So a lot of cool stuff. Yeah, no kidding. Wow, it's crazy. All right, well, I'll give you the last word, Jeff. If you're talking to somebody that's on the way out of the military and looking for a guidance direction, maybe an entrepreneurship, their answer, what kind of advice you have for them. Absolutely, it is. I love about the freedom that it can give you. Now it can be tough, especially in the beginning. So if you can have another source of income, some type of job that you can be getting a steady paycheck while also building a company or an idea on the side. And then a lot of veterans and people who are very self reliant can be afraid to reach out to people and ask for help. But it's seriously one of the most important keys to success is reaching out for help, like relationships with people and because you're not going to have all the answers yourself and so don't be afraid to reach out and ask people develop a big group of mentors and Friends that somebody might be getting the product side to me might be good in the finance side. Someone might be good at marketing or social media. So kind of have these different people that you can reach to if you're having a difficulty in one area because it's kind of like a table if you start taking away legs, it's not going to stand. It doesn't matter how great your product is. If you don't have any marketing, it doesn't matter how good your marketing is. If your product's bad. It doesn't matter how good either of them are. If you don't have any finances, so your books are all messed up. So you got to really be able to be. It's kind of like being a seal. You don't have to be the best swimmer, the best runner, the best push ups and PT and everything. But there's like a minimum standard that you got to be. So that's what I would shoot for. You can't just focus on what you're good at. You have to eliminate your weaknesses, but then focus on your strong point out at the same time. Absolutely. All right. Well, great info and appreciate you sharing your entrepreneurial success story and we look forward to your future success. Thank you, Joe, such a pleasure talking with you. You bet. All right, these two veterans are asking Mike. Thanks for listening to veteran on the move. Your pathfinder to freedom. If you like to show, leave us a review on iTunes. Reviews are always greatly appreciated. So until next time, this veteran is Oscar Mike.

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"joe such" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"This is not the first time he's done this It's just not Barack Obama is the first clean black guy I've met or whatever you can't go to a what is it a deli in Delaware without some guy speaking with an accent or Indian exit You got do you have the Montage Okay listen I gotta take a break Here's what you're gonna do After the break I've got an epic takedown on this stuff by shamika Michelle who's been on this show She's a commentator on Jason whitlock's podcast It's fantastic It's probably one of the best takedowns I've heard a while of Biden And Jim has the Montage I didn't know you had that of Joe Biden again not just once not just twice We'll get to this during the hour But just multiple times him saying just overtly racist stuff And don't worry because he's a Democrat It's just no big deal Everybody give him a pass And in the medial clap for him that's not what he bet No that's what he said That's what he said The studies had black entrepreneurs can't find lawyers Really That's really weird There's a guy in my neighborhood down here in Stewart who's one of the wealthiest black lawyers in the country Joe come on down I'll introduce you I know where he lives We looked at his house with a time We were gonna buy him Seriously it's beautiful house All right well come on by I'll let you maybe we're not gonna do it Y'all look at this The black guy And he's a lawyer and an entrepreneur Joe Biden's gonna be like wow what Why My gosh I've never seen this Yeah I have many times It happens A lot Joe Such a clown All right more on this coming up next I'm.

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"joe such" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Marine Riley McCollum, who died in the Kabul bombing. Said this All you Democrats who voted for Biden. You just killed my son. Biden is a feckless, dementia ridden piece of blank, who decided he wanted a photo op on September 11th. That's the mother of a US Marine that died last week. And it's just heartbreaking. They have listed the they have released. The names of were so young of the individuals that were that were killed. Um, last week, the 13 members of our armed forces just just absolutely heartbreaking. There's a Michael Goodwin has got an interesting piece in the New York Post who wanted to share with you some points from there's a maximum sports, he writes that you are not as good as you look when you win or as bad as you look when you lose. It aims to give athletes and even keel attitude instead of writing an emotional roller coaster. No doubt there are Democrats and well meaning others giving similar advice now to the Biden White House. The president's team is understandably shaken by the horrific events in Afghanistan and must fear it will never regain its footing in public trust. But what are the sports approach isn't valid in this case, And what if the Biden team is every bit as bad as it looks? Having been in office eight months. Its successes are so minimal and its mistakes so glaring that doubts exist across the political spectrum about whether the president is up to the job. The doubts recall warnings about Biden from two people who know him best. Barack Obama, who reportedly said Don't don't underestimate Joe's ability to blank things up. And then there's Robert Gates has charged that Biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past decades. Brought his entire career for decades, four decades, his entire career. He's been on the wrong side. Go watch. I posted it up on the Justice Andrew Page, the twin cities new stock dot com. We played the audio here before. It's about five minutes long, and it's a montage going back to the eighties and nineties. The media actually doing their damn job covering politics appropriately and calling out individuals when they're lying, including, you know, clips thrown in there of Biden making speeches, you know, back in the eighties. That were ripped off from another politician, oversees the Times when he made claims about all of his academic prowess, only to find out that all the stuff that he said about the degrees that he had and where he taught and graduate was all a bunch of of of of lies. The guy has been a lying politician his entire career. Now he's president on him, and now he's the president on a mental decline. I don't know how he makes another yet makes another eight months. I don't how the country makes another eight months. But the disaster this presidency has been. Yeah, I mean, I can't. It's hard to believe we're only you know, 89 months into this administration, and I'm sorry, seven months alright. Just seven months into the simple It's true. That's right. Yeah, and and everything he's touched has has gotten worse. And worse and worse, Like everything, he said he was going to do everything that the chattering class on TV told us that the adults are back in charge. Now, the gravitas and the foreign policy experience that Joe Biden brings to the office and everything he's touched, has gone completely downhill. He was going to squash the virus, Remember? How's that working out, Joe? Such devastating views like Gates and Obama, and then they're take Add on take on added significance. In light of Biden's obvious frailties and cognitive decline. Reports of a detached president and a staff run administration have ricocheted around Washington from the very start of the Afghanistan debacle has crystallized concerns. They were bolstered by the picture of the president at his Thursday news conference has swept around the world near near tears. At one point, Biden was seen hunched over the podium, clutching his briefing binder with both hands his face his face to see of grief. My first thought was he looked like a beaten man. My second thought was that a beaten man makes make terrible presidents. And disastrous commanders in chief, and even over the weekend. I couldn't believe that clip of Biden, he said, And he's doing a press conference talking about Hurricane Ida and the government response. You know, says it says the not suppose, taking the questions again. I was told to take any questions, but we'll go out and take your question. Yes, Mr President. We'd like to ask you about Afghanistan and before she even gets her question out, he says, Oh, no, I'm not talking about Afghanistan and just walks off just bolts turns around and walks away. Unbelievable. I've never seen a president behave like that. Virtually every president, according to the New York Post article has suffered the anguish of visiting wounded soldiers and consoling grieving families is the worst possible part of the job, but it's bearable. When the lives lost have been in service to a thoroughly planned and well defined military objective the bloody events in Kabul or had none of those virtues. Right. Steve Nick You whose 20 year old son Karim was of the 13 service members killed Thursday says. I blame my own military leaders, Biden turned his and turned his back on him. Later, he told Tucker Carlson. From what I saw the airport they were in. It looked like a turkey shoot. By the way, Did you hear? Did you hear about this? Now that we've got some distance on what happened in that attack last week that apparently the vast majority of people that died In that terror attack with that guy in the explosive vest that got through the Taliban checkpoints. Apparently the vast majority of the facts came after of the of the desk came after the bomb blast. Because there are other Isis members who were following behind him that had weapons and started, they opened fire on the crowd. That's why there was a gun fight that broke out shortly afterwards whether the guy blew himself up and then Isis followed in with weapons and just started firing on the individuals trying desperately to get to the airport so they could escape the country. Presidential scandals inevitably involve wrongdoing. But the scandal of the Biden White House comes with a twist. It's wrong doing grows out of sheer incompetence. True..

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"joe such" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Did you tweet or instagram that today. Or which that that picture of where you were hanging out. Oh recently yeah. With with joe that was from last week. That was in yucca valley. I'll actually nice. I will pin it to this. I never really talked about my love life on twitter verse but it seemed to to hit a nerve the humanizing petra. Just because you know. Joe such a babe. I won't read between the lines there but let me find it here. There it is was it was a nice airbnb to. Oh my god. It was a gorgeous airbnb If you if you go through the commentary or conversation that's happening there You'll be able to see the airbnb that we used for that. So you know i can. Can i say something. Of course this is. This is neither here nor there. But i just had a thing today where i was trying to get in touch with somebody for like two weeks. Okay and This is a somebody that is important enough to have people and the people were giving me a run around and i it was clear they were giving me a run around and they were being vague about it. And so to the point where i reached out to this person directly and i was like. Are your people giving me the runaround or what's going on at this person said. Yeah dude. i'm fucked. i'm i. I'll get to you when i can get to you and and the reason i am pointing this out because sometimes people just need to check out and also i thought it was important because i said back to this person. Your people are doing their job because they kept. They kept me on the hook without like you know so. I just appreciated that i. It was like listen. This person needs a break and They'll get to you and You know so. I just feel like especially now in the summer. That's worth noting that sometimes people aren't available this happened. Yes yes so i was. I was probably more available than i should have been in some respects. Just can't turn off on the end for the most part. I was trying to not be doing all the things that i normally do. And i'm consuming the fire hose of information everything that's going on so i had a. I had a really really great time. It was relative relatively relaxing Joan i actually. This is a personal note moving in together in september. And so you know combining lives is is a big move and you know he just had lots of things to talk about about that. She's thinking about the things that i haven't done before before i moved in with someone and so just felt like we needed that break in that separation. I think just to get you know like look. I'd be like okay. We're doing this right. And so yeah but man it was. It was totally unrelated. And i clearly. I'm feeling uncomfortable as i'm warming up. It was very hot. I was i was driving around. In just tesla and of course i got into some flame war with a troll talking about full self driving but get to that later and i was just watching like is like to palm springs for the second half the temperature go from like one. Oh nine to like one ten to one twelve all the way up to one seventeen within a span of like an hour. This is future in this is going to be. It's gonna be rough. But i guess when we're living in the metaverse air conditioning. It won't be so bad but that's going to be added on later on. I was gonna say that's a transition immediate note. So actually i think so. I run run up show and also let me let me let me do the intro. And we'll get started so so. Hello hello welcome everybody. I am back from my little mini vacation. It is wednesday august fourth. Twenty twenty. one we are. We've been passed the halfway point for this year for a while but we are already in. August i just. I can't believe this is the ride home experience where brandon i go deep into a bunch of tech conversations and topics that we're finding interesting or are happening. We're trying to get a little context. See what's going on and today. I think it will be a pretty big one. I'm excited about this. We've got gene Who is already here in space. But she's gonna be joining us to talk a lot about the metaverse and republic realm. And what's happening there. But before we get to that brian you and by the way guys. Let's see we are recording. And let's see if you guys have questions. I don't know but we'll figure it out. Work it out. But we're gonna shit. I just realized. I just started recording. If i okay all right got it figured out. I hope and by the way if you see kevin rush men in there. He's my cousin. You don't have to bring him up if he raises his hand You can bring them up at some point anyway. going okay. cool. Yeah i you know. Obviously we haven't talked. We were off last week so that that's new. I think we've taken a break in a little while there's been so many things as usual going on but there are a few that that came up. I think in yesterday in today's shows that i just kind of wanted to to get to quickly following up on the last time we did. One of these spaces The last time when we talked to ross from zoom. We did talk a bit. About what josh. The then ceo of protestants had announced which was hyler and i believe it was two days ago..

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"joe such" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Your video. Sometimes you have. It looks like you walk out of a salon. You have a little waves in your hair. And i'm assuming you do that yourself because it's a semi regular style you do. I do one. I just use the wand. Or what i've been doing lately is when i wash my hair dry a little bit and then i'll put it in like a little creepy button just like vans around it and just like tight bun and creates those little natural crimp which is great and then in a chaotic chaotic done. Yes abundant spray. The shit out of that was some salt spray. And then some beat salt spray from wherever i have a couple of brands that i liked for that like big sexy hair whatever and then it really hopes wow okay. Zero makeup on no eyebrows. Or it's like full. But i gotta show i'll i'll i'll side of the coin true. We're all where women were. Enigmas was like. I just got what you see is what you get kind of thing now so love it. Yeah okay my other question growing up and going to the netherlands every summer. I'm you're staying with a dutch grandmother. A dutch anti what is the beauty situation over there because first of all everyone is perfect looking. I literally couldn't believe the people that washout me. I was just like you are a supermodel. It shocking your perfect young. The dutch children that i was seeing. What do people in the netherlands. Well first of all so my fiance is five six and we could not riding the bikes. Because they were all family member loans and they were to bake your taller than his short king money where he was loving kokin tom cruise. Yes honey we. That's my aunt patti and turned our joe such mood. It's the he's the greatest. And i swear the number of six foot one guys that i've dated with really short energy. Oh wadi energy fuck heads me. All greg's 'davis just in a short pack. I love that. And i just love that that. He's loves state. You're fucking talk really to the point. Where like if he'll get mad. If i don't wear heels when i don't want to that's your insecurity. He's like don't assume the he's like i love it. I how jewelry groundlings and we both had broke dating people and then we went. Oh no this is. What's this is what it should be loud. And then we both left are literally. He broke up with his girl. Next day i broke up with my then the next day. And then we both make the company and then we went to columbia together and had the magical two week trip and then and that's a good test. Food poisoning columbia. You take the sink. I'll take the toilet. I was like. Hey go walk down for six to eight hours and just come on back open. Air bathrooms and columbia too. I was like oh. This is a great way to build the romance but anyway he was lovely. I got food poisoning. When ben and i have been dating for a couple of months but luckily it was only throw up. Luckily that's good. It was way less embarrassing for me. Yes yes certainly but you know what we gotta do. Hopefully you have a loved that. Oh my god. I got you sweet. Greg thought it would be smart on his six to eight. Hour walk columbia. Bring me back a burger. And i know we can't. He can't win them. All you know but that was probably made your diarrhea worse smell. I didn't even touch it. Go near the temple anyway. Yes so then. A sweater they use the metric system. So it wouldn't have been ten football. That's true would have been a meter centimeter. I'm meter. Pull the dutch. They biking biking and they're hydrating all the time because they're biking everywhere who they sunscreen. Though i think they better they better they also tan. They also somehow have these gorgeous fair. That then turned to olive complexions. And i have that american like i'm like i didn't get as a kid tanned a lot because i will be there in the summer now. It's like i've spent too little time in the sun. Now that my body doesn't miss rejects the song. Yeah and that's actually good though. It's good because i'm like great then. I am going to just get major again. Spray on spray time when i want to go to vegas or wherever yes and i'm just accepted that i'm fair skinned. I'd rather have less wrinkles and be fair scattered touch but my but you definitely see so growing up in holland. It was like no tops on the beach. You do see a lot of like very wrinkly tan way. laurean breasted. Tall women detainees are out at the out because sexualizes great live your truth. And so that's what i was raised seeing so great and also also different chess is everybody every day was great especially a small chested woman. My safe that's never been and security of mine at all. I do really attribute that to like many summers and holland seeing like gorgeous statuesque women with like tiny little yes. They've all just also jeans. They also just have digest so they're big feet and their great jeans. Deduct people have big feet is elegant bank. So how what are your mind or nine and a half about all that small like women. Have i think like ten and eleven are more common there but you figure they're all like six feet yes. Women are unfit ten there around six six one. Some of the guys are six four six five. But i think they're just like daily exercise. It's just a part of their life. I think oh like the biking blew me away. We got off the train station and there is a parking lot like a multi parking structure for bikes for bikes. And it was clear. Hold and snowing and you would have never known it looking at these people how you didn't even have on. My dad said that first of all he was a kid in wooden shoes literally was the stereoty- biking like ten kilometers in the snow and farming. Wouldn't shoes save with the client to go. Yeah now we're talking up. Yeah and there was no excuse..

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"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Exactly the way we want, uh, running into that other operational issues, and for the most part we get through it. Yeah, so as long as we breathe and we don't freak out, then we're going to get through it. It's happened. Mistakes have happened before, and there won't be the first time and it won't be the last and then even on the good days, and we want to celebrate our victories at the same time. If we have a great day, we still got you again tomorrow. We still got to do it the next day and the next week Amazing And a lot of entrepreneurs are afraid of failure, and that kind of stops them from starting a business or pursuing their passion. Were you ever afraid to feel when you stepped into the CEO role? And if so, do you have any advice for those entrepreneurs? So being a finance person by background? I think you're always kind of playing devil's advocate and and a lot of time, especially like if you think Coming up. As an auditor. You're always looking for kind of like what's wrong with the potential and I think that's that's fine to a certain extent. It's probably kept their species along alive for a really long time Conservatives up But it is not how you progress, so I think it's always nice to have a healthy balance of that of professional skepticism, but at the same time to you have to be bullish on your beliefs or otherwise, you're never going to take chances and you're never going to really change. Whatever you're trying to do in your particular industry, so figuring out that kind of right balance and knowing yourself and knowing, Hey, I'm I'm more conservative by nature, and therefore I need to make myself uncomfortable. Or if you're a little bit too wild and then being able to kind of use that conservatism a little bit more and bring that out. Absolutely. I'm excited to see her wine accesses the next five or 10 years and thank you so much for the wine. Course. Joe. Such a pleasure to meet you. Likewise. Thank you. Thanks. This is business rock stars That was Miami. Using guest Joe Fish CEO and CFO of line access. With protection for your motorcycle, boat and RV. Your progressive policy works the way it's supposed to. Unlike this indecisive sports talk host. All right. Welcome to the big shark Show. Hey, big shark, Any predictions for the game to date? Well, if you ask me, they are definitely going to win big, but I also think there's a chance they don't win. It's.

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"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Live and getting ready to step three for the Next day and the day after. So there's this real sense of kind of hustle, camaraderie and teamwork. And if that's not there like it's really going to fall apart. So again, I always say that people are everything and we're fortunate to have what I think are the best people in the business and and really again, like I said, really feel blessed to be able to work with them each and every day. And how would you say wine access is different from the competition? Sure. So when we look at kind of the retail space, specifically talking direct to consumer wine, and we're not trying to offer everyone on the planet like wine dot com or even a K and L. It's really a tightly curated list. We will put an offer out each day and then within our retail store, we may only have 40 to 50 wines, and our focus is really around content and storytelling. We sit down with the winemakers many times in their home. You hear their story really understand why that wine Absolutely phenomenal. In addition, that not everyone actually makes the cut our one teammate taste over 20,000 wines in a fraction those will actually make the will actually make the cut. So we're really, really strict on making sure that the price of quality ratios there There may be some absolutely phenomenal lines that we taste and say We love to offer these but we don't really think that the price of quality ratio is there and as a result, it won't make it onto the platform. And what are some of the key example of relationships that wine access has to top wine producers. So one that we've loved working with is Andy Erickson of Father wines, along with his wife and five year absolutely amazing couple. The best kind of winemaker viticultural combo you could you could ask for we've done a number of offers with them sat down in their home. We've developed video content around their story. And in a number of the offerings, Donna States is another one. That is absolutely phenomenal. Uh, Napa Valley Cab and solving on block. Another want rain. I can probably continue to go on and on and on video secrecy is another one of those as well as well as first at Last ones that talk to her that are the first growth Bordeaux Chateau Marco refute moved on. We've done a number of events with the first groups where we're bringing them in into San Francisco to meet with our V I P Members and deliver really memorable experience. It's amazing. And if you go back in time and give yourself kind of one piece of advice as you were transitioning into the CEO role, what would you tell yourself? It's probably the the bad days aren't as bad as they seem, and the good days aren't as good as they see. So there's days for wines held up at Customs. A feature got launched on website and it's not working exactly the way we want, Uh, running into it, Uh, other operational issues. And for the most part we get through it. Yeah. So as long as we breathe, and we don't freak out, then we're going to get through it. It's happened. Mistakes have happened before, and there won't be the first time and it won't be the last. And then even on the good days. We want to celebrate our victories at the same time. If we have a great day, we still got you again tomorrow. Still gotta do it the next day and the next week Amazing and a lot of entrepreneurs are afraid of failure and that kind of Stop them from starting a business or pursuing their passion. Were you ever afraid to fail when you stepped into the CEO role, and if so, do you have any advice for those entrepreneurs? So being a finance person by background? I think you're always kind of playing devil's advocate and and a lot of time, especially like if you think Coming up. As an auditor. You're always looking for kind of like what's wrong with with the potential, and I think that's that's fine to a certain extent. It's probably kept their species so longer for a really long time conservatism, But it is not how you progress, so I think it's always nice to have a healthy balance of that of professional skepticism. But at the same time to you have to be bullish on your beliefs or otherwise, you're never going to take chances, and you're never going to really change whatever you're trying to do in your particular industry. Yeah, so figuring out that kind of right balance and knowing yourself and knowing Am I more conservative by nature, and therefore I need to make myself uncomfortable. Or if you're a little bit too wild and then being able to kind of use that conservatism a little bit more. Bring that out. Absolutely. I'm excited to see her wine accesses the next five or 10 years as am I, And thank you So much for the wine. Of course, Joe. Such a pleasure to meet you. Yeah. Likewise. Thank you. Thanks. This is business rock stars. That was my amazing guest, Joe Fish CEO and CFO of line access. 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"joe such" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Did they get. Some mother says to more modern. Icu or their calls. For like a schumacher. Batman forever cut now or something. There's always kinda sorta been a rumble about that if you know you know. He didn't want it to be as happy as it was. There are a lot of things that got left on the cutting room floor as we know from roundabout you know that his the whole schumacher universe has a lot of stuff. On the cutting report. I would be interested. I wanna see it in the big screen. But i'd rather be just like i just bought the daughter for superman and stuff like i think. Sometimes it's fun to do the poor. What fifty million hundred million or whatever it happened in the bolts when we just put it out on a special edition. Dvd for like batman bear. Something coming up soon by the september. Seventeen other actually be september nineteenth because adam less true like i hope it's good. I mean she walker share some of the blame but you know the suits were involved. Some of that goes eight toys. Latin jazz titans the cotton if all. That's in you know especially now for what is worth man. Those toilets mcdonald's on limited things. They made the money back in march for sure and again. It's like you know. Especially after batman. Returns you happy meal toys for pappy returns. You may hang with a monster and you know exactly accolades but to be fair. It was the late eighties. Anything went it was a crazy time. That returns was eighteen. Ninety two over the late. Eighty say that ninety nineteen ninety-six about can we. Everybody loves the very by the up with by baby exception of fresh fruit about me series true but that was you know it. Didn't it's the best thing with Anachronisms where it's like kind of past future. Bob that really count valley batman you yep. Ra sushi get to the new legislation. Dark knight number two. Yes let's let's chat. Oh yeah yeah. I mean it's very don't tell the ruining the f. it up don't tell them i like it can take place at any time period almost means basic. That's the point. Legend ledger kind of implies. A timeless feeling. I think is the they were definitely going forward. Yeah because i mean this. One really batman joker heavy. But i mean we've had gordon and it's just you know. Shoot me that. Like batman without aside cakes louis down the side to death a little bit from the last five to seven years. It's been my very bad family heavy. I liked the background. Y'all know. I love night lane but i feel like we have not developed bruce mystic -nificant way in a very long time he hasn't been i mean they've had him fighting with this horrible. I mean they've had him fighting with them kind of him for a while. But i mean he don't think he's really been truly solo since like eighty nine. They won the make them off jason. They wanted to make them so low for when that movie came out. But yeah yeah. I think that's why i enjoy late. We weren't talking joe such a good job. developing stepped in now. We can't have that. No growth for batman woke it. There guys were talking about this issue of the artwork to get that kind of very akin to shadow. The medicine is something different breath of fresh air. They don't have the pressure to be the main main two books so they they're allowed to explore be creates. Oh yeah i mean yeah. This is just beautiful. I mean this could be like animated every other page poster in. That is amazing. Oh yeah like story. So fast for me personally i you. I love good pacing. Comic book mining comments could never right now like they're they're kinda not being like modern comics kinda like exactly exactly although my my comic shop guy told me you know. He didn't that many copies of issue. One but this one. I think he said this in light wings sold out so yes sometimes when the new bat let's take a moment to catch on especially because we have all those other books important. Silence allow why i think some of those investor collectors or whatever you wanna call them the speculators because that last page they are People were snapping up speculators. Please out ruined the comic book market likely ruining the housing market and the stock market at the moment. Just the nari. God don't don't ruin the market again again this summer. Jazz recovery can. This book is out of continuity. You might never see this character again after this are you know. They're like that's the thing about comic book. Speculators are not real fans otherwise they really know like i saw a hunch line that nightmare issue punchline source of peanuts a hundred in the dollars now. wasn't it admit it wasn't a nine point. Nine was like maya point too. I'm just like an add. Insult to injury love how far that was a rick grayson issue so they don't know anything exactly one hundred one hundred fifty dollars for rick you pay one hundred and fifty for dick. If the guy's lucky oh hundred fifty sometimes guys worth a dollar fifty. I mean you know you know you know no your word and play your role. Well you want that suga. Mama better treat her. Well the yes i expect. There's this go play with. Bitcoin and coin leva comic book near the loan. Don't ruin our market. Yeah yeah for those of you who didn't read it spoilers yet. The last page we get a guessing. This is the ridler side kick. Maybe now a young lady called quiz gets ladies. I can't well. That's what i was thinking too. I'm like are they. Are they trying to cast. Priceline has unfortunately because the five year. Whatever they're calling it now. Oh i thought maybe they were like oh. Punchline was successful let's get. Let's see what else we can do. Not on her for the time being. I don't know what happened. Specifically for like five. He had molested prison out of prison. The do any major damage. You know joker did a lot of damage imprison. There's a lot of people on the streets from prison. I'm just saying that's true. But i mean the. He's on the lambs who's going to be working with her this people you see. That's the thing they really. They kind of like rushed it in a couple live on being left on the cutting room floor is a imprisoned in their kind of screwed. They wrote themselves into a corner. They wanted their new anti harley. Roku exactly yeah. Harvard unfortunate so now leg you harley ridler with the new batman movie kinda like make sense in a brown suit executive kind of wave you know you know you have.

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"joe such" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Everybody loves the very ninety five up by baby. Legs option of fresh fruit about me series. True that was. You know it didn't. It's does that thing with Anachronisms where it's like kind of future by really count here. Batman pooling utah. Yeah ouray social. Get to the new legend of the dark knight number two. Yes let's let's chat books the five. Oh yeah yeah. I mean it's very. Don't tell the ruin ruining the f. it up. Don't tell them my lake. It could almost take place in any time. Period almost means basic. That's the point. This legend ledger kind of implies. A timeless feeling. I think is the vad. They were definitely going forward. Yeah because i mean this. One really batman joker heavy. But i mean we've had gordon and it's just you know. Shoot me that. I kinda like batman without aside cakes down the side case to death a little bit from the last five to seven years. It's been very bad family heavy. I like the background. Y'all know. I love night win but i thought we have not developed bruce miss significant way in a very long time he hasn't been. I mean they've had him fighting with this horrible. I mean they've had him fight it with them kind of ignoring him for a while. But i mean he'll think he's really been truly solo since like eighty nine. They won the make them killed off jason. They wanted to make them so low for a while when that movie came out but yeah yeah so that's why i enjoy late. We weren't talking. Joe such a good job developing then the suit stepped in and now we can't have that no growth for batman woke it. There guys were talking about this issue. I really love the artwork to. It's just i'll get that is kind of very akin to seattle the medicine something different breath of fresh air. They don't have the pressure to be the main main two books so they they're allowed to explore be creative. Oh yeah. I mean yeah. This is just beautiful. I mean be like animated every other page poster in. That is amazing. Oh yeah just like like story will not so fast for me personally. I love pacing accountable. Mining comments could never right now like they're they're kind of not being like modern comics kinda like exactly exactly although my my comic shop guy told me you know. He didn't saw that many copies of issue. One but this one. I think he said this in light wing sold out. So yes sometimes. When the new bad luck there will take a moment to catch on especially because we have all those other books important Selling so well. Why think those. I think i think some of those investor collectors or whatever you wanna call them the speculators because that last page they are People were snapping this up here. Speculators pleased out ruined the comic book market like you ruining the housing market and the stock market at the moment. Just leave the level. God don't don't ruin the market again seriously seriously again this summer. Jazz recovery can. This book is out of continuity. You might never see this character again after this are there any like. That's the thing about comic book. Speculators are not real fans otherwise they really know like i saw a punchline. You know that might may issue with punchline source of peanuts a hundred in fifty dollars now. wasn't it admit it wasn't a mad point. Nine point two. I'm just like and add. Insult to injury love how far that was a rick grayson issue exactly. So they don't know anything. Exactly one hundred one hundred fifty dollars for rick. You pay one hundred fifty for dick. I.

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"joe such" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe such" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"At 1983 or four Reggie Jackson takes me deep, and he does something like that. And I mean, I literally looked at him all the way around. You know, the diamond is he strolled and as I came in Burglar. 11 comes up and he goes. What's wrong and I go. I'm gonna kill him. Go. I'm gonna kill him. I'm gonna hit him right in the mouth anyway. He let me go on ending because Reggie wouldn't coming up And then Burke came to me in the dugout and he goes. Let me tell you something. He's gotten me four or five times, he said over 500 home runs. He's earned the right to do whatever he wants. And you know I'm going to tell you and it's really your fault. Because you're the reason I feel like that. ESPN hired me. Um, you remember opening day I'm sitting in the bleachers. Sandburg came back and you started SportsCenter with Two former cubs returned to Wrigley. You Shall Samberg getting a base it and you show me in the book in with a beer this'll big chugging it because you said it ESPN go. Let's bring you man. They told the story about grandfather's tie, which I will For the rest of my life, trying to repay you for being able to mention that, But I just Forgot your question. Now, would you? Would you throw are you? You're not drinking right now, Right? I'm not. I got a little coffee cup. Okay? I just want to make sure if Satish did that to you? You would probably pop him, but I got the Bauers said, Hey, Look, I get it, man I celebrate. He celebrates. It feels like you need a whole younger generation to embrace this. Not worried about old school. Never when when Ken Griffey Jr had his hat on backwards and people. The old school. Oh, cool. They were like they were, like, Turn your hat around. You know you write like we've come a long way since that, but I just wonder if that kind of celebration. Can continue. Will pictures allow that to happen? We'll get to your point and T O go back to me saying it was your fault. It all started with ESPN. And I had to adjust because of what SportsCenter was doing When we When you would start SportsCenter, you would start off with somebody hitting a home run and doing we're hoping to see taxis and Major league Baseball has to be hoping for that to bring the young kids to get more. I've got my eight year old grandson playing baseball. Now they're having a ball. We need more and more of that. But I really think all of those theatrics and everything that goes on with the home run Now SportsCenter start all of that, and baseball needs the attention because we know what's going on with kids in basketball and football. We gotta bring a lot more of that our way in any way that we can. What would you do with Shohei Otani? I think for him to be elite, it comes down to him being on the mountain. I think that it's more important for him to be a number one or number two to the Angels than it is for him to to hit in that lineup. This is a special thing and I I'll be honest right up until this first month of the season. I thought he was just okay as a hitter. I thought what made him elite was was as a picture. It's It's not that way. This guy can fly around the basis. I mean, he's just a He's a super talent that I just think you have to take care of him as a pitcher first. When you can use this bat in the lineup or penchant with him, whatever that's fine, but I just think it's special. What he does out there on the mountain and that more than anything to me is what the Angels need. Yeah, I just wonder that is, it's gonna be sort of half in and half out. It's like Bo Jackson when both played baseball and football, and you wondered if he committed to one You know what do you've been a Hall of Famer, and I wonder that with Otani. If you just said, Look, just concentrate on pitching and you know or just concentrate on hitting. I just wonder tried to do both. If he's going to be able to do that, and we'll and we'll reach his full potential. I think he's got the perfect guy making those decisions. And Joe Man Joe such a great communicator. I know you've had him on the show. You learn something every single time you're around Ng and I'm sure that that conversation with with Otani goes on daily. You know where? Yeah. How you feeling? Um, everything is penciled in Other than every fifth day on what his schedule is gonna be great to talk to you, son safe travels there and have fun. You got cubs and the Dodgers coming up and, uh, may write that due next week. Please come see us at Wrigley this year if you can. Mm. Can you give me good seats? You know what? I can get your great seats. And, you know, Grace. She's gonna be there. I'm working with him. I got a question for you know that, Gracie it you know that, um You know that David Ross? It is last home run in Game seven of the World Series, right? Yeah. All right without going to Todd or somebody on your computer. Tell me who? David Rossi, his first home run off that They're in your ear right now. I know you didn't know. No, nobody. Nobody. Don't help me. Don't help him. Who gave up his first home run a left hander for the Earth on the Diamondbacks..

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"joe such" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"joe such" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Nominates a ban for best metal video of twenty twenty for the track song of light. Kevin australia is here to talk about his music. The creative impulses behind the unique other worldly of the sound and other great stuff. Welcome kevin great to have you on the show so kevin. What is the most impactful story. Your music is shared. And why while. I think it's actually more to do with the style of music that i play and How i approach songwriting. A music is instrumental rock in very similar in the style of guitarist. Like joseph rainy and steve vai And there's also many other lot of other rock musicians out there now as instrumental guitar players who played to but my a lot of what a lot of these players do. Though is there's a lot like the league guitars is quite predominance in in your face with a lot of instrumental rock guitar music And it's become a lot more and more than that more and more these days but my music is more in the style of joe. Such rainy in this type of story writing that he tells with his with his music his music is very melodic and he has very strong melodic themes that that show up in the songs. And that's what initially inspired me. When i first heard such worthies very strong melodic themes that you could sing and that was like. That's that's what i want to be doing with further us my life. That's why i wanna play guitar and so very strong melodic leads are very important to me in the song and the song and they tell a story they do tell the story but the song itself also has to tell the story and I'm influenced my influences. Have feel sad. Rhenium my influence but i don't. I haven't listened to satch randy like probably five years. I've gone my own direction. I've taken the best of of saturating. The best of by in the best of my influences. That all focused now on is what i do and my influences are more coming from bands like rush and tool and led zeppelin and the band the unit of the band the drums guitar bass keyboards the song you. It's it's all about the song and that's where the storytelling takes place for me. The most important thing has always been the song. It's not about the guitar solo. It's not about any of that kind of stuff. And that's kind of turned off a lot from a lot of New guitar players. That i here today. Who are instrumental rock musicians. Who put out instrumental guitar stuff. And why you feel that about a chart players and it seems like the song is is really a a jam track for them to show off their technical abilities. And there's not really a story that's being told there's not a really grabbing reopen the song that says. Hey this is the song. It's more like a backing track. So that they can solo over. And i'm not about that. It's not what i do I'm that's not my kind of music you know for me. It's about the song it's back to lakewood was doing with a guitar. Sings a song and tells. The story is an interesting explanation. Thank you for. That's really my approach. I use a lot of a repeating themes. When i play those a lot of repetition in the melodies that i play so that you can actually helmet all the way home that plot the they catch in your head and you can remember them. I don't know how many times i've had people tell me. Yeah i was walking on the street and had his melody playing in my head. I had no idea came from. Yeah realized it was your song. That's pretty cool. So it's it's gotta be a mellow melody. That's memorable i mean you listen to the best The best Classical music the pieces of classical music that you remember yourself. What was it about that song that you remember why you can sing it or why you remember. It is because it was meant it was. It was a melody that was memorable and was not overly complicated. Y'all like finkel. Vivaldi or or these or you know mozart dada dada dada dada. You know your remember. 'cause you can sing it so that's important to me. Song has tell a story. Kevin you come from a musical family. I do know that you're died is a gift to jazz player. Has jazz influence strongly. Influence your earlier music or showing up in current releases less interesting. Yeah actually as. I actually the first music that i was introduced to was actually jazz when i was a little kid when i was like three or four years old. My father had a turntable. And my dad's a you know. He's a jazz musician. P plays trumpet. He's always been in a jazz band so i was always surrounded by music from an early age. The first music could i was actually a ever exposed to some of his jazz records so Blood sweat and tears But actually a lot of what the real with the oath. What really really liked to his his herb alberta in the tijuana brass albums and it was it was the catchy melodies that herb albert was playing. He's trumpet player. And you hear his music all the time that's used in so many. Tv shows old movies and stuff like that and once again going back to what i was talking about. What melodies is because he had catching melodies. The songs were short but melodies. Were really really catchy. And caught on with people. Yes his music and It wasn't until like in the last couple of years we We all got together and bought my father a new turntable really really high quality and then he and then we're sitting there. You know occurs time when he pulled out all his jazz albums and we're listening to it on vinyl and honestly vital is. there's nothing new experience like vinyl. I've i'm totally vinyl. My friend has a most eclectic vinyl Player with these. These t k tell tes- Wait monitor stipulate. Maters from from england that are from nineteen sixty eight. The same kind. That abbey road was was the mixed on. He's got these speakers and oh my god. We're listening to nothing but vinyl for a whole evening. I got the here gilmer solo album. Vinyl we listened to black sabbath Masters reality on vinyl the experiences. Unlike anything you can even imagine we've got to get back to vital. Final sound is one hundred percent the best format anyway. So we're sitting there going back to you're listening to jazz records from my father and i'm listening to these albert albums thirty years later and i'm thinking you know the way. He played that the way he phrased that he wrote. That song is exactly how i would have written a song. In their realized that subconsciously. I was influenced that much by herb. Alpert that didn't even realize it until you know looking back at my own. Dna circuitry of who. I am as a musician. Amber was important to me in the song and it happened to be catchy melodies good song structure. It's not overly complicated and memorable very memorable. So it's come came full circle again gonna never realized how much of those old older jazz albums had has had such.

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"joe such" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"joe such" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To Joe Piscopo. The Ramsey monsta two hours, Sinatra show. It's really good. By the way, Mark Simone used to do a shell similar to that. No, Mark's mom. He's no Joe Piscopo. I mean, the Piscopo show about Sinatra's Everything Piscopo can sing Like Sinatra. He has stories he regales he has guests on he spends stacks of wax of Sinatra remember, totally honest. I'm no Sinatra fan for a number of reasons, but I know a good show and the best Sinatra show ever Joe Piscopo. That's why Jersey Joe Such Simone It was okay. But you know Piscopo. Anyway, right now, Speaking of Sinatra, I would have been at odds with my grandfather feed Ela Bianchi know and Nicoletta Bianchi know they love so notch. Yeah, my mother loved them also. Sweater guy. How many of you know who the sweater guy was from Pennsylvania were also another great crooner Polish actually grew up and he ended up living in the same area of Long Island. Who? Yeah. 1 808 for a W A B. C. Let's see if you can answer that bit of trivia. My grandfather be down on his hands and knees and, you know, see the old dirt gardening Southern Italians from body Dirk, are they have a boy the grass and get the rocks out of there. Then he would set up the booby traps the broken glass all over the place. So after two like it, Ratso, the four legged rats came in. They get all bloody and she tried to steal the tomatoes. They try to steal the peaches and try to steal the figs. It was great putting it on the table. But I get all of that with balance in nature of fruits and veggies. I mean, I get the equivalent of 30 31 different fruits and vegetables Just by taking two tablets in the morning. Two tablets at night and I'm good to go at Penny Stuart Dollar Look, Get your own stash 800 to 46 87 51 at 800 to 46 87 51 We'll just go online and balance in.

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"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Day and then within our retail store. We may only have 40 to 50 wines, and our focus is really around content and storytelling. We sit down with the winemakers many times in their home. You hear their story really understand why that wine is absolutely phenomenal. In addition, that not everyone actually makes the cut their wine teammate taste over 20,000 wines and a fraction those will actually make the will actually make the cut. We're really, really strict on making sure that the price of quality ratios there and there may be some absolutely phenomenal wines that we taste and say we loved offer these but we don't really think that the price of quality ratios there and as a result, it won't make it onto the platform. And what are some of the key example of relationships that wine access has to top wine producers. So one that we've loved working with his Andy Erickson of of Mafia wines, along with his wife? And if Aafia so they're absolutely amazing Couple? Probably the best kind of winemaker viticulture is combo you could you could ask for We've done a number of offers with them sat down in their home. We've developed video content around their story on in the number of the offerings. Donna States is another one that does absolutely phenomenal Napa Valley Cab and Sauvignon Blanc. Another one rain I could probably continue Go on and on and on. It's the video secrecy is another one of those as well. A swells first last ones that talk to her the first growth. Bordeaux's Chateau Margaux Lafite moved on. I've done a number of events with the first growths where we're bringing them in into San Francisco to meet with our V I P members and deliver really memorable experience. That's amazing. And if you go back in time and give yourself kind of one piece of advice As you were transitioning into the CEO roll. What would you tell yourself? It's probably the bad days aren't as bad as they seem. And the good days aren't as good as they see. So they're Thursdays for Wind's held up it at customs. A feature got launched them website and it's not working exactly the way we want running in tow, other operational issues, and for the most part we get through it. Yeah, so as long as we breathe and we don't freak out, then we're going to get through it. It's happened. You mistakes that happened before and there will be the first time it won't be the last And then even on the good days, Even we want to celebrate our victories. But the same time if we have a great day, we still got you again tomorrow. Still gotta do it the next day in the next week Amazing and a lot of entrepreneurs are afraid of failure, and that kind of stops him from starting a business or pursuing their passion. Were you ever afraid to fail and you stepped into the CEO role? And if so, do you have any advice for those entrepreneurs? So being a finance person by background. I think you're always kind of playing devil's advocate and a lot of time, especially like if you think coming up isn't as an auditor. You're always looking for kind of like what's wrong with potential and I think that's It's fine to a certain extent is probably kept her species of long survivor really long time conservatives of but it is not how you progress. Yes. So I think that it's always nice to have a healthy balance of that. A professional skepticism, But at the same time, too, you have to be bullish on your beliefs or otherwise, you're never going to take chances. And you're ever gonna really change whatever you're trying to do in your particular industry s O figure out that kind of right balance and knowing yourself and knowing. Hey, am I more conservative by nature, and therefore I need to make myself uncomfortable. Or if you're a little bit too wild and then being able to kind of use that conservatism a little bit more. Bring that out. Absolutely. I'm excited to see where wine accesses the next five or 10 years as a my, and thank you So much for the wine. Of course, Joe. Such a pleasure to meet you. Likewise. Thank you. Thanks. This is business rock stars. That was my amazing guest, Joe Fish CEO and CFO of wine access. We've always had villains to face bad guys to take down. But you you are the most horrible of off. We're not here because we have to pay. We're here because we've had enough of you. We all have the power to do something to stand up to cancer. Every single one of those is multiple. But inside of us, we're all humans stand up with us. Stand up to fight. Stand up to cancer. This'd stand up to cancer dot order to learn more. How'd you like to eliminate your expensive cable bill forever or get.

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"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"joe such" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We've developed video content around their story on in the number of the offerings. Donna States is another one that does absolutely phenomenal Napa Valley Cab and Sauvignon Blanc. Another one rain I could probably continue Go on and on and on. It's the video secrecy is another one of those as well. A swells first last ones that talk to her the first growth. Bordeaux's Chateau Margaux, Lafite Luton. I've done a number of events with the first growths where we're bringing them in into San Francisco to meet with our pipe members and deliver really memorable experience. That's amazing. And if you go back in time and give yourself kind of one piece of advice As you were transitioning into the CEO roll. What would you tell yourself? It's probably the bad days aren't as bad as they seem, and the good days aren't as good as they see. So there's days where Wind's held up it at customs. A feature got launched them website and it's not working exactly the way we want running in tow, other operational issues, and for the most part we get through it. Yeah, so as long as we breathe and we don't freak out, then we're going to get through it. It's happened mistakes that happened before and there will be the first time it won't be the last And then even on the good days when we want to celebrate our victories, but the same time if we have a great day, we still got you again tomorrow. Still gotta do it the next day in the next week Amazing and a lot of entrepreneurs are afraid of failure, and that kind of stops him from starting a business or pursuing their passion. Were you ever afraid to feel when you stepped into the CEO role? And if so, do you have any advice for those entrepreneurs? So being a finance person by background. I think you're always kind of playing devil's advocate and a lot of time, especially if you think coming off as an auditor. You're always looking for kind of like what's wrong with potential and I think that's It's fine to a certain extent is probably kept her species of long survivor really long time conservatives of but it is not how you progress. Yes. So I think that it's always nice to have a healthy balance of that a professional skepticism, But at the same time, too, you have to be bullish on your beliefs or otherwise, you're never going to take chances and you're ever going to really change whatever you're trying to do in your particular industry s O figure out that kind of right balance and knowing yourself and know it. Hey, am I more conservative by nature, and therefore I need to make myself uncomfortable or if you're a little bit Too wild and then being able to kind of use that conservatism a little bit more. Bring that out. Absolutely. I'm excited to see where wine accesses the next five or 10 years as a mind and thank you So much for the wine. Of course, Joe. Such a pleasure to meet you. Likewise. Thank you. Thanks. This is business rock stars. That was my amazing guest, Joe Fish CEO and CFO of mine access..

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