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"john ax" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"john ax" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The hot at the moment is astonishing three they're flexible capable of changing strategy on a moment's notice if the wild boar vanishes into the brush a rabbit appears the hunters off in a new direction the book eighty HD a hundred a farmer's world one room this is Tom Hardman program its conspiracy theory Thursday thank you Sean in Poland well this is this is hysterical he has feelings he's sad seriously this is this is the this is the new sales pitch here from Jim and off congressman or senator Jim an off right now John Paul is very emotional about this he's a human being he does have sensitivities right so wanna Alan Dershowitz says quote if a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest that can not be the kind of crime that results in impeachment one of the Republican decides to suspend the elections where America is with us Julio is the editorial director reactionary times is a columnist with newsmax American thinker in town all dot com yeah sure times dot com and his Twitter handle is yeah it's Julio Julio welcome back to the program thank you so much for having been a while since we've talked to my friend so do you really want to live in a country and I realize you're in Bulgaria right now but you know you're a U. S. citizen do you really want to live in a country where president Bernie Sanders can do anything he wants no I don't I mean it doesn't really make a lot of sense in that in a couple of different ways and I just kind of want to put a couple of things out there first off I mean Bernie Sanders talked previously about you know raising the income tax levels for anyone making over I believe it was a half a million dollars up to at least seventy five percent right where it was when I was looking okay but I was looking here or add on the this is from the new words for a hundred richest Americans listed which neither all billionaires but their total aggregate well as of twenty seventeen was only two point seven trillion I mean the total budget in the United States in twenty nineteen was four and a half trillion dollars so if you could you could taxis people at a hundred percent then you wouldn't even be able to carry the total federal budget I think you're missing the point of my question it was the impeachment the impeachment process here you've got the attorney for the president saying that the president can commit crimes specific crimes things that are against the law but if he does it because he believes that his being president is in the public interest and he's doing it in order to get himself reelected that's just fine so if if Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren was present in the United States and they decided that you know getting themselves reelected welcomes time to put all the bankers in jail or it's time to you know or whatever I mean you know it's a we can we can push the boundaries of this thing I in the I mentioned you know I one of the things that wouldn't surprise me if trump tries to do is invoked the patriot act and if he doesn't look like if if the polls look like he's going to lose the election and just suspend the election we're talking about the Senate being on the verge of of basically changing in our nature of government I mean the most important finding characteristic of an authoritarian dictatorship is that the authoritarian leader uses the power of the state to maintain his own personal power and that's what you know Britain divided government three separate branches that are co equal was designed to prevent and Mitch McConnell is about to take that down and and the rationale is because you know while trump can commit a crime but he believed it was in the public interest I I I I I I was astonished frankly if a guy who is as as committed to the principles of liberty as you are I agree with this well I I think that you're you're doing your golden you are here and I don't I'm not I don't agree and with the direction that you're taking a person not a curved between our president trump and all the links on the phone call he was not a a quid pro quo was there saying I'm regardless of what whatever our Dershowitz want to frame and I I wasn't necessarily ecstatic with on the the presentation that he made when and and the other statement that he made as far as the way that he was trying to frame it to be the fact of the matter is and I and I brought this up I believe the last time that we spoke you know berries no holding is a corrupt we are you know energy company which is partially you know basically the the the the Ukrainian government subsidized it to a certain degree and we subsidize the Ukrainian government to a certain degree so we we if president trump had every right to ask the president maybe we should look into this wide counter biting making a million dollars a year you know for us you know somebody who has no enter you know experience in the energy sector and I think the reason that everybody's been going after the president is that there's been a culture among the you know the political class in this country and this is something that you should be upset with to where it just doesn't like the the policies go bomb was the clay in even the Romneys have always taking advantage of their political click here to make deals with these foreign entities you know peddling their influence and that's something that one frankly has to stop so he was in BC right now is reporting that back in November of twenty seventeen when Jared Kushner's company was a billion dollars under water he was desperately seeking money that he went with trump to China and met with hold large group of billionaire investors in China and it would just a few months before that his his sister Nicole Kushner Meyer had gone to China and had the told this was re recorded it was caught on tape told these Chinese investors that if they put five hundred thousand dollars into a question property in New York they would qualify for a green card in the United States we don't know what kind of a pitch Kushner made we do know that a few months later Brooke feel properties which is a cutter backed company that has Chinese connections gave the Kushner's a billion dollars a basically bail them out but C. 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C. has filed a freedom of information act thing against the against the state department they found is two and a half years ago and the state department just gave them a date they said okay we'll provide you with the information in July of next year after the election I'm really I you know I think it's terrible that hunter Biden was on the board I think it looks terrible I think hunter Biden should testifying clear all this stuff up you know whether he had anything to do with it but the there were dozens hundreds of corrupt companies in Ukraine and Donald Trump only had an interest in the one whose son on whose board was the son of the guy that he is more was most likely going to be his his opposition candidate and who was beating him in the polls Joe Biden so the this was a political Julio this was not general corruption come on you know that not necessarily because I did a lot of things have been a dispelled here is part of the you know the United States the Democrats are trying to say that you know president trump national security interests you know on the to do it to the wayside by withholding this aid which first off whatever with held you never surface to air missiles were delivered to Ukraine and that's the the the most the biggest mitigating factor to make sure that you know that they're not invaded there's no one land investments into the Ukraine by okay a country like Russia or what have you so I mean that you know I'm actually it'll come in the back a little bit based on the way that the the the topic for the day was present to me I don't know that there's gonna fall into impeachment of those can be more Bernie how that was the essence of listen Julio if what the Senate does is says to to trump to Donald Trump yeah sure you commit a crime you know but tempted bribery attempted extortion but we're going to ignore that because you were simply trying to do really attempted bribery and extortion are you not thanks you know for a government official bribery is exchanging a thing of value for official act the official act was I'll give you this this aid that Congress is appropriated that that he had had he held up for several months at that point I'll give you this a and and I'll give you that aid if you give me Joe Biden's had on a on a pike basically you know you you take down Joe and so Hey there could and found that there was nothing wrong with what occurred but the predator had every right to ask listen to what the Democrats are doing here is destroying the future of diplomacy anytime all future president whether it's a Republican or Democrat picks up the phone and talk to another floor leader and tries to figure out some things and that's gonna be is gonna be stole much scrutiny but here is the Democrats are we even communicate with other countries going forward if the Democrats are not successful then future presidents will know that they can break the law and just say you know tough luck Charlie I'm gonna ignore you because I'm the law of the essence of what goes into the whole impeachment thing is based on did it president trump enlist the aid of a foreign government to intrude here in election you hi is that him asking for that investigation and the hunter Biden is interfering we have had fourteen witnesses from within the trump administration say that yes that's exactly what Donald Trump did and and and and now you've got John Bolton St not only is doing I think you can call me saying I was disturbed I was confused and concerned with the way the president trump said that he wanted more oil like even the depression John has entered it would take to convict somebody in a quick look at all the same tribe just sad told me Hey you know I'm home with only the same until they give me hunter Biden John axe to grind because of the way he was unceremoniously dumped what you should've been should've never been a part of the administration I will need more often Neil condemnation builder in America anymore we need to become more isolation I think you know you're not concerned every country have these trillion dollar wars you're not concerned about the White House the the presidency getting so powerful that they can basically ignore Congress and ignore the law on the verge of an election that male lacked a genuine progressive who will deconstruct everything that you and then all your you know all your bodies are available via who will raise taxes American economy now is exactly right Zack earlier let's use your frame let's say you know president Bernie Sanders are present Elizabeth Warren comes in and flips the economy upside down and says you can't stop me Congress and that's okay with you no I'm not okay with me but that's not what president trump is doing I think that you a only all talking to a different leader there there's corruption obviously that occurred in the last administration he just wants to find out and have it investigated he didn't he didn't make anything other than maybe we should look into that and that's more or less no DVD I guess the way that the cold rain by you know Adam Schefter in your insinuation people are making a selection why don't one time says he wants again the crowd you strike and what you are you a student all your assumptions of what his intentions were you have to actually find hard core evidence that a crime occurred.

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"john ax" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"john ax" Discussed on No Jumper

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"john ax" Discussed on The goop Podcast

The goop Podcast

15:08 min | 1 year ago

"john ax" Discussed on The goop Podcast

"Or safety and there's meaning or purpose and meaning and purpose are vague and and extremely specific to the individual and get worked out over time through life experience Okay let's get to my chat with lachey Doyle Binoche welcome to the podcast is so much for having me here we went to we were babies together we wear your a little bit of an older baby older baby with your older astir and so I went to this hippie alternative school together to talk to somebody else in the office that's right sausage school yup where the slogan was US yeller jail is that right yeah you've never heard that you guys are definitely ilise trajectory in the sense they sleet Leila's very accomplished she's doing very well screenwriter and then now you can you did you go straight and you became a therapist you did you know I mean probably apropos of this conversation it wasn't direct right you know I got a bachelor's in history and loved it but utterly on applicable yes so useful so useful and then spent quite a number of years trying to figure out what to do and I mean really straight into this conversation you know there was very little clarity and I I had ostensibly all the support in the world and didn't know what I was doing so I ended up in graduate school which thrilled with and I'm very happy and building career around kind of why there isn't more guidance to clarify what you're supposed to do once you've done kindergarten all the way through senior college or maybe end of law school or maybe ended up high school or wherever you stop in the school climb right there's not a lot of clarity after that so yeah true how what do you what do you and I love the idea of giving it a name quarter life and sort of establishing it as this debate developmental phase rather than making it generational right yeah that's that's huge dam so you know it's funny that we don't have the pattern recognition end of always being offended by generations it's such a this is telling me no but I'd be when we I guess I'm John Axe what are you because I'm I'm young Gen-x Yeah I'm I'm apparently now an elder millennial as your right so but this idea that every the millennial sock I love the millennials Gen y. but this like we always sort of shit on and these generations that are coming up and sort of ascribed them this idea of being they think they're exceptional or right but it's the same conversation nations xactly the same and it's and it's it's strange when we're so conscious now of not speaking ill of groups of people yeah you know in any social setting most social settings I hang out with there are no groups of people that I can slander or speak ill of without getting all sorts of bad looks or being asked to leave the room right but if I wanted to speak ill of millennials yeah or they're the really the population now that that is open to fodder right Ah but it'll be the same for for Jesse yes I think is terribly unfortunate so so that's really it I mean for some reason we've we've allowed negative talk about age groups but it really is only the twentysomethings you don't you don't say like I can't stand children can't hold people without somebody like kind of let's you know but if you say I don't I can't stand millennials it's like Oh man yeah yeah it's nonsense and not generation is you know people talk about them has being entitled is being impatient as being without direction I can't imagine that these weren't attach all the always attached Eric Erikson's sort of one of the major developmental psychologists who was writing the fifties and sixties and he has a quote that I think you know maybe is out out nineteen fifty or something and and it's like you know all old people talk ill of of the younger generation and think that they're the first generation to have done it just sets and that was seventy years ago or something you know so it's it's a pattern so keeping that in mind though in this idea actually just memorializing as or creating this quarter life container that will always hold whatever generation is to calm is part of quarter life the thrashing around the unhappiness and the lack of direction and feeling purposeless like is that the gauntlet or do you believe that it doesn't need to be that way it's a great question I I think in a sense it does need to be that way but we need to respect that it needs to be that way and offer some guideposts so really what I'm trying to do in my work is is clarified I what some of the guideposts have been throughout history and we have to go further back into mythology and and other aspects of anthropology see what we're cultures who understood that going from dependency in childhood to independence in adulthood is complicated again now we're just like well what's your problem I don't understand what your problem is like get a job it's really disrespectful but there it's also common sense that it's hard to go from childhood to adulthood that's difficult so the whole first phase of adulthood which is what I call quarter life is about reaced it's about establishing who you are as an independent person and that's different than all the rules as you learned as a child and it's and it's different than being in your fifties when a lot of this stuff sorted out so so how can we offer some guidance and some tangible help in society as well as beyond a somewhat impractical master's degree or rather bachelor's degree or someone impractical high school education that really only exists right you to your impractical bachelor's degree totally or this idea that somehow you're going to get married and be lifted out of this or I don't know what it it sounds like it was it's hard for you it was definitely hard for me this is bonkers it's hard for everyone yeah and yet when it's hard for everyone sorta like well I had to do it to kid you'll with it it's that kind of negative mentor ship where just because older people struggled and freaked out they survived it's like well that's just the deal yeah no exactly and I think there were certain things there certainly moments where I was like this is too hard I want to get married into someone wealthy who is just GonNa make obviate all of my problems and make this much easier like I want to opt out like get me out of the US yes yeah given me stability give me financial security and I think there's also this I don't even know you can articulate this better probably but I felt like I had a series of jobs and I was like but this is my career and there's this we're I think there's a transition point or many people have many different jobs with no clear career right but like you can't go from your first job you can't typically make that transition so very gracefully right right and again there's no guidance right right but oh you're definitely if you don't if you're trying to move laterally or chefs juror enter a different career track then you're penalized for it so there is an expectation that your first job when you're twenty two is on some sort of ladder are they going to climb exactly one other issue that seems you know I felt this and I it's it's only becoming more persistent and it's probably also becoming more of an issue as more companies do like the unlimited vacation policy which theoretically sounds like a great idea the people are probably taking even less vacation but when you come out of school you get a job and you suddenly are expected to manage no brakes right now no I mean you get Christmas off etcetera the major holidays but how do you we're GONNA it's another one trained one way for all of coming of age from kindergarten through let's say end of college or before after you have three months off and then it's another one of those things boom now you're supposedly in the job market you're in the career world and you have no time to engage in activities that bring you joy or no downtime to contemplate your inner life or very little time to travel explore the world this is the reason that that the the the term real world join the real world I mean I put that in quotes but it's basically just synonymous with with ongoing perpetual stress with no break you know it's like well you're in the real world now kid you know all this stuff and it's all that anyone means by that is suck it up is really hard and it doesn't end until you die and then we're expecting people to want to jump into this game right so so yeah it's it's it's another one of these complicated wave of intern applications come to goup which is all well and good and those things are great but I feel like as a child in Montana summer with Lake vegetate I mean we were active and doing things but we didn't go into camp we read books and played outside and went to the river yeah exactly went to Ben Yeah but now I feel like a lot of my friends and part of its childcare are but kids are in camps all summer they are expected to be working which is I had jobs which I think are great but and did feel like a different but there was no it's becoming even less common thing for people to not feel pressured so I mean even even as you describe this it's like so why would we not think that seventy percent of young people or I should say college students really wear that statistic comes from I think you've experienced overwhelming anxiety because even as you describe that schedule my anxiety goes up scaling my shoulder you feeling it's just like Oh my God job go to go that hard that long that consistently were wired to WanNa stare at the sky you know we're wired WANNA watch the tree as blow for hours again I mean there's this idea that we're lazy if we're doing that but those things are fundamentally so good for mental health I talk a lot about just simply being mammal I think I I don't understand when we forgot that we're mammals and that mammals kind of like to doggy pile or we just like to rub shoulders or a lot of time just staring and being in letting things unravel and and we don't give ourselves that space we it turns out have chronic and it can feel like something that that needs to be a cultural shift in order to feel empowered to make an individual shift you win your as you feel like your children need to compete right you need to compete in order to survive and everyone else's doing these things these moments of achievement it can be really difficult to say yeah I'm GonNa have faith that I can take three I mean that's another thing I say to clients a lot is is to be subversive saying look the culture we are living in is not working the world we're living in it's not working patriarchy hasn't worked for people capitalism in many respects hasn't worked for Paul White Supremacy has never worked for people it's not working for nature and so certainly we need to change all these systems politically there's no question but we also after change them in our own skin and part of that means being subversive to all every really questioning every single social message we've ever received fundamentally and so there needs to be a cultural shift in terms of there being more time and workplaces need to give people more time but we also need to trust ourselves that if our bodies are incredibly uncomfortable and certain systems something might be wrong with the system not the person and when that person goes to their doctor and they say something's wrong with me I'm consistently uncomfortable in these environments I would love for doctors to more often be saying things like you know something might be wrong with the system this isn't working for you and it turns out it's not working for most of my clients yeah it's true it's such a like you must persist you must persist right and yet everyone is having signals in their bodies something is wrong many many people and frankly the people who aren't having signals in their bodies as something as you know there the problem they're the ones running us into the ground they don't have the physiological or emotional signals that something is wrong what I've been trying to clarify is it seems as though adulthood really has been synonymous with stability for a very long time and not again if you go back into mythology talking about coming of age you go back into anthropology go back into other cultures at handle this differently it's different but when you get into really patriarchal systems or certain economic systems that are handling adulthood as a fixed situation it's about you fulfill your gender role you fulfil your gender roles and those roles essentially our stability and so you get a job you get married you raise kids and and hopefully I mean the former vision was then there's never divorced and there's never a career or anything internally that suggests you want more and then it turned out boom midlife crisis started happening in extremely high numbers and that vision of Stability Intel death really stopped holding y no cross culture yeah it turns out it was always ally I mean that's really what we're sorting through.

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"john ax" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is. That's a trick shooter social club guys. That's jam. Thanks. Very cool. Very very, very cool. But you guys really did want to do some juke joint jam in there. That's pretty cool. Very very good. Is this available is this album? Available is it available digitally people can get a at the places where you can download music, totally Amazon. Spotify itunes is distributed on pretty much anyplace. You download or stream who else worked on this with you in production. You know, it was interesting. We did everything over at CRC. John's ax was our engineer and he's great. It just really like great touch really got to know us because we recorded with him now a couple of different projects. Yeah. So he was a real awesome positive force in your Grammy award winning found. I think it was for like classical ensemble he recorded. We, of course, never mentioned that we found our like do you want to grass record with the Grammy? You have to say that our engineer won a Grammy. Thank you very much. But I mean beyond the the the goal he he turned out to be a real partner. Like, there was a real sense of of collaboration within that's good. And and it felt fairly organic to what we were doing like in. He got to know us pretty well. And he was able to you know. Ties. The first time working with him. Yes. But we worked like its bid over the course of maybe ten or twelve months, you know, even doing some initial sort of pre-production with him. So, you know, by the time we got finished with the time. We felt we'd be pretty comfortable in the chemistry. Was there pretty much immediately. Great. That makes a big difference. Tricks. You to social club the albums called American experiment out. Trick shooter social club dot com. For more information. We have a link on our Facebook page, we're going to talk when we come back. We're gonna talk about the right up that you guys got an indie Rock Cafe. I wanna talk a little bit about that. And more. So hang out guys. Steve Simone sick and Larry lists. Trick shooter social club more with them. And we'll hear another full length song from the new album bread. After we break here on seven twenty WGN. Miller park.

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"john ax" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on KOMO

"Deadly car crash has left the seatac city halston and a south Seattle community in mourning. A newly appointed seatac city council woman has died Saturday around one Amina Ahmed was killed in a head on collision on south one hundred eighty eighth street in seatac she lived in south King County for the last twenty years as an immigrant. She was a voice for immigrant and refugee rights and in October was appointed to the seat. Jack city council, I mean as friends had planned to meet and greet. So the community could get to know the new council member it will still take place on December twenty first. Instead, it will be a time to honor the life of Amina Ahmed state troopers were out in force this weekend across the state cracking down on drunk drivers. In just the first couple of hours Friday night, five DUI's were caught and sahoma county alone was state trooper John ax men took part in enforcement action. It's a really big deal for us to work as one unit on to achieve a goal to used a mobile unit that allows them to process DUI's faster, getting them back on the road faster. Statewide, there've been nearly fifteen thousand DUI arrests this year, two troopers will join the DUI taskforce later this month in Snohomish county police continue their investigation of a fight that broke out at a Lynnwood bar this mish county sheriff's office is a group of alleged white supremacists. Walked into the rec room bar and attacked a black DJ witnesses. Tell us the group was yelling racial slurs. The DJ in a fight broke out. The DJ was taken to the hospital with non serious injuries. Police say they arrested eight men for suspicion of malicious harassment and assault. Can police are looking for a man they say is considered armed and dangerous after a deadly shooting and happened in the parking lot of the Tara via apartments overnight. Friday police do have a person of interest. No, they are. Now looking for hosts way Rivera Cruz. Anyone who sees Rivera crews are knows where he may be should not approach him, but call nine one one Renton police have arrested twenty five or twenty year old man in connection with the deadly shooting that happened last Friday the shooting stems from two men fighting with twenty year old Jason Hobbs junior. Hobbs was later found beaten and shot to death in the parking lot of the Renton ridge apartments. Police are still looking for another suspect. Police in Lacey are investigating a fire that destroyed Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall early Friday. The fire is the sixth incident since March, and what appears to be a string of attacks target. Jehovah's Witnesses Thurston county sheriff John snazzy says local church members aren't edge after the attacks. Makes you feel.

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"john ax" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hurdle today for homeownership, very, low inventory and many of our urban centers in suburban areas where it is not currently lives. So transferring into homeownership could be really difficult day with affordability constraints. That's so true. Because the prices are notching up interest rates are notching up. And as you said there just aren't enough homes for all the buyers out there. And quite often they have to compete against other buyers just to get a house. So Jessica are those difficult market conditions having an impact on whether they feel this is a good time to buy a home. So what we actually see is that the majority do feel like now is a good time to buy a home, and they may see others in our community in their workplaces buying homes right now and today are optimistic that now is a good time to buy. But when you look at that data, and you compare it to owners, we actually see it. But there is a bit of a spread there. So owners are actually more likely to say that now is a good time to buy a home. They of course, do have equity in their home. Those current owners did make that choice to enter homeownership were non owners weren't able to financially Judah. So as you mentioned a few minutes ago. Jessica many of these people who do not currently own a home of their own will plan to eventually make the leap into homeownership at some point in their future. Correct. They do. We do find eight and ten of them do you plan to enter homeownership at some point in our future? And that's actually a Sarabeth gone up in recent quarters as well. So this is a very strong sentiment. Among non owners that they will be owners in the future. So the obvious question there is what's their driving motivation? Why do they want to own a home if they've never had one so far? So they think that not only their financial situation need to improve. But they also would likely have lifestyle considerations. So whether they're going to get married start a family, perhaps it's just settling in one location and having stable employment knowing that you're going to be in that location for an extended period of time would be the main driver of purchasing a home interesting. So Jessica was there anything in the two thousand eighteen aspiring homebuyers profile that surprised you? So we actually find the John axe generation who is thirty seven hundred fifty one would March surveying them are actually saying. That it would be difficult to save for a down payment. And they don't seem to get a lot of attention. We tend to focus on millennials and on. But when you look at a John X population, they tend to have children in their home has dot from number of sources from Car Loans student loans, and so on and so we do see that. They're actually the ones who were struggling most at millennials perhaps the optimism of youth. They don't think it would be as difficult to save for down payment. Interesting. Well, Jessica, I really appreciate you. Joining us on the show today and talking about the two thousand eighteen aspiring homebuyers profile. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. You're very welcome. Jessica louts, the director of demographics and behavioral insights at the national association of realtors..

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"john ax" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"I miss my Hooper cast mate gonna drink twelve pack of schlitz Tallboy to drown my sorrows because I'm a fucking legend. So Jan Michael Vincent is in another one of my favorite movies, the surf movie. It's like the surfing Star Wars called big Wednesday, which is chocked full of great character actors if you will. But the movie I'm talking about Brian is call fifty. Two pick up. And it's only because. Pick up? It's a great. Here's the plot line. Basically, ROY Scheider married to an Margaret. On the side. He is fucking Kelly, Preston, who's a prostitute, Kelly, Preston, John Travolta. And there is a trio of bad guys who's blackmailing him because they've Ideo taped him with Kelly. Preston here here. The bag is say the best for last, okay. I bad guys. I'm repeating myself, but it's great character actor by the name of Robert tra- bore. It's one of those guys. You see his face, you're like, I know. Second, bad guy is the great, Clarence Williams. The third who plays a coke doubt junkie. Most people know him from the mod squad. The original mod squad? Nothing Claire Danes movie, right. And maybe he's a dream guests for this podcast, but he's semi retired living in San Francisco, the inimitable bad guy, villain. John Glover. Oh, see. I thought you were say, John Saxon I had a bad experience with John sex. Oh, well. I'll tell me John Saxon. Sorry, because it's very fast. One of my favorite movies of a top five favorite movie minus the Bruce Lee movie. Enter the dragon. I think people forget or don't even knew John's axed was like big in that world. Yeah, he's very, you know, involved in the martial arts and you could tell in the fight scenes, there were no stunt doubles for him. He was actually now he looked a little stiff when you know you're watching Bruce Lee two seconds later, but I mean, it's like it's like going on after Jerry Seinfeld? Yeah, a very funny comic, but you're not gonna look funny going on. Jerry are Chapelle or whoever. So John Saxon was Roper the gambling womanizer and enter the dragon. So one day at my. My dentists walk out John Saxon, his walking into my, this is an alley. This is Beverley hills on Roxbury drive. He's walking into the, it's a medical building. So it's Dennis doctors, plastic surgeons, and I opened the door for him Mr. Saxon, enter the dragons. My favorite movie of all time I can. I get an autograph and he looks at me, goes son. I don't have the time. And it's, I do. You haven't been in something in a while? I didn't say this to thinking it. You got time kind of ruined my toothache. He wasn't walking in a hurry. Like, I'm sure you had to go somewhere, but like I just wanted to honor that. I know. But again, here's the thing about toothache. You seriously fight. You mentioned like the thing about tooth. I won't. I wish I could remember where retin. The thing about toothache, this idea of pain in your head, the isn't like, you know, you're going to the point, right? So there's no rush..

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"john ax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Nine, Harry Goethe's time far. Fasttrack my favorite part of the day and Brian cabinet skis in for John. Let's see. Coin flip time on one side of the coin is. The dodgers have done enough with their bullpen for the post season. On the other side of the coin, John axe for just ain't enough. Call it in the air. John acts for just ain't enough and ain't enough and enough. We gotta hope for a whole bunch of mar. Welcome back. You can go first. All right. Let's play some over under right off. You guys can all play or any Vegas is set the Rams over under number at ten wins will the Rams when more or less than ten games over under ten games. It's push. You can't have a push wise. You put it got to be over under. We're playing over under not gonna win nine over ten and a half just as soon as ten and a half. That's not no. The line is ten over under ten, I'll say over them because I think there are when eleven I'm gonna go under, you'd think there are going to be a nine win team. Well, I think it's to push ten, but I can't say over so I can't say, oh, going over over. I think it's over. I think it's eleven. Then we all agree. We all agree. I, although I want ten of course, though you guys both say it's going to be actually on the number right. Leading. Greg also thinks the bullpen is fixed. Yeah, it's not. It's fine. All right. I saw the new mission possible this weekend. It's great if you've seen the new mission of pie, really, really good. Tom Cruise does all his own stunts. He reminds us of that all the time. Variety says it's gotta grow six hundred fifty million worldwide to break even. After two weeks, it's a three hundred thirty million worldwide will mission impossible gross over or under six fifty. In other words, will it make money? Wow, six fifty. Just six fifty to break even. I will give it over. That seems to be doing quite well. Yeah, I'm going over to those movies. Do will. Yeah, I'm going over. I'm going over also. I think it will do bleejon trees hasn't debuted in yet because that makes a big different. Makes a big difference. I didn't do that much research the word of mouth on. It's been great. It's a great movie. It really is. It's great and the guy that plays superman and the DC comics Henry Henry Cavill. Yeah, he's great in it. I superman. Yeah, maybe some good as superman. He's great in this. All right. Dodgers say two hundred and twenty one home runs last year. They've got one fifty five so far this season. Will they finish this year with more or less than two hundred and twenty one home runs over under two hundred and twenty one home runs, which is what they hit last year. Under. No, they're going to go over. It's everybody's hitting home runs. No. Now under I'm going to hit eight home runs a week approximately they can do five in a game to beat the rare, but guys like Muncie and camp and those aren't he Machado? Does your tiny wiring come? I think it's going to be over. I think it's going to be over and the last one LeBron scored twenty seven and a half games last twenty seven and a half per game last year for the Cavs. Willie score over or under twenty. Seven point five this year under? Yeah, underneath Brian under, yeah, under the whole goal is to have him do less work, right? I think he's going to score over. They. Over the ding. Like knows that's the correct everyone else says what else? Wrong. We're two months from playing a game, but he gets the ding, which is the correct answer you guys, you guys. Me. Vows track. All right. Steven, September. A company called prop store will hold a major auction of Hollywood memorabilia. It will include the robe that Brad, Pitt wars, Tyler Durden invite club. Yup, mardi MC flies hover boards, real fight club where your where your bathrobe the hover board from back to the future to Edward Scissorhands. Scissorhands. Yeah. Oh, the actual Scissorhands. Yes, yeah. The crown jewel of the whole thing though, is considered Hans pillows jacket from The Empire Strikes back Ken one. He was wearing when he was frozen in carbonite for job at the Huck it is expected to go for about a million dollars new..

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"john ax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Jay, we done enough. You've done more than enough. I feel like we've we're that scene in in in in in Indiana Jones where he steps on each stone properly without touching the crack, this going to get the poison darts to come flying out of the wall through. I feel like we've managed to go get the idol and return without being hit by poison. Darts. Needless to say LeBron is an incredibly intelligent and thoughtful in phila- through philanthropic man. In addition to being a hell of a basketball player, no matter what tweet comes out of sixteen Pennsylvania Avenue. I would agree sixteen sixteen hundred, thirteen hundred. I don't know lives at sixteen. If you don't know so much, they do get a lot of not taking a lot of someone else. Yeah. Okay. Come they'll be one more. Do I do it now or do I do it next? Okay. I'll do it next because the first lady made a statement who responded to that I think is definitely worth reading. And then let's go to poor Terrell Owens who stood in a gym with two thousand people while everybody else was celebrated in canton for their hall of fame induction. That's coming up Mason. Ireland ESPN LA total aside. I am incredibly excited about the addition of Brian dosier to the dodgers and I think he gives them a really, really power bat versus left-handers in particular, you have to give them credit the front office for the foresight of having to trade for guy who's going to hit eight hundred for the dodgers, but slugged like two thousand. But here's the thing. Thing. They did not fix the bullpen. They did not make John acts furred is a gas, can any has been for three years. John axe furred is not the bullpen addition that they needed. Was it Greg? It's just waiting for it. I don't agree, actually, you love the accident is no, I don't. Actually. No, I don't think the expedition really does anything. I think it's just a piece to keep them afloat until we get. That sounds like the the subtitle of born movie, the expert edition, the expert files. I mean, he was. He was. He was an effective closer about four hundred five. Sure. He's a, what does he a lefty that gets righties out or something like that? Matchup. Yes, what they're doing and this is laid out for us. I think you know, talking to the media last, we kinda laid like they don't have dominant guy Moreo. There's never going to be a model like that. And so what they're doing is they're coming up with every single combination. They're basically doing in the bullpen what they're doing in the field. You know, we need a guy was spin rate, and that's fields has great spin rating. They need velocity you put out expert or Daniel Hudson, or if you need, you know, a ground ball Floros good for that. Alexander throws a lot of grumble, so they're gonna try to mix and match their way in really detailed way. And through that to me is is too much and we could see by the way three relievers in the eighth inning this year, very easily during the during the postseason it'll to special..

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"john ax" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I've just about what's Kurt Kurt. Guy, Kirk says name, Tim Kirch, incarcerated Bessie with of soda dodgers beat the Bruce six, four, yes. Money grand down hits. Walk off Homer. Brian dozer hits a Homer in the dodgers debut dodger snap at three game losing didn't realize they lost three in a row. They're not playing land, I know, but it didn't. I thought they lost to in this would have been three Richie allowed. Six hits walked one while striking out four. But he's, you know, they needed a grand slam, walk off to win it. That still makes you scratch your head. Well, they Brian dosier was very excited to play for the dodgers three, nine hundred thirty five. That's that's giving used to that, but it was co came the moment. Name is time game than Jassem book, which is just does everything just transpired. Pretty funny. It was a fun game. You know, especially the current goal and all that was that was pretty cool. A lot of different motions and all around with all that being said, come out, talk. Dave Roberts also talked about Brian dosier joining the team. He'll Brian obviously had a tremendous game made a play. Coming in and did some great things tonight in the batter spock's the Homer, the double got a single in there. So he was on base all night long. And I think for him there was that air those kind of weird one in the first inning cross the board man, you, you look at different baseball analysts or ESPN, or other sites. Great. And the trade deadline, everybody's giving the dodgers astray. They're all saying the dodgers just crushed it at the deadline between Machado. And then you bring in Brian dosier for an upgrade at second base, John axe for just to help shore the bullpen. People are people who know baseball are really like in key with the dodgers did. Yeah. And I think you look at the dodgers in a situation. We all wanted them to get a big time pitcher, not necessarily reliever. We want him get a second or third guy that we felt comfortable about, but there was just nobody out there. The guys at the met pool, their guy back, they thought about trading, but then they said, no, we're gonna. Keep them. For now and just made decisions to go out and get Machado get dosier instead of acquiring trying to go get Bryce Harper. So I think that there had in the right direction in terms of the way they acquired. These guys was interesting is the you think about Machado. When he his first game out, he went something like two or three or whatever. Now does comes in his first game. I'll go three or four there. Now back on somewhat of a one game winning streak. They take on Milwaukee again tonight I believe kershaw's on the mound in the start time is earlier than normal. They had six PM or so a sixteen or one of those times, but his earlier than normal am I right? That's pretty good. Man. I know that I was going to be out there. You know the first in. Yeah, you would. If you were at seven, but Kershaw takes them out of night for the dodgers. They are staying right on pace. Where should be if you think about it two months ago, they were like in trouble. Oh my God, what's going to happen all these things. But since this whole big turnaround, it seems to me that they are going to be the team in the National League to face whoever comes out of the American and by the way, Keyshawn was correct. We were laughing. It is in fact a six o'clock start tonight. I wasn't Kershaw is going to be on the mound. No laughing at that. No, he was laughing at the way I said, oh, no, no, sixteen and what it was something already shirts Kershaw. Pretty sure you're absolutely right. It is going to be Kershaw on the mound tonight. Okay. See, I do my sports. Talk radio different than you do you? Definitely do. Yeah, we got that. It's it's cooler, fun. Fun. It's not stuffy. I could certainly say it's not stiff the, no, it's not stiff though. No, not at all. I could certainly say the dodgers in Kercheval play tonight at around seven. Let me check in it. I could get on there and cooked and go, well, it's actually six PM start time of Israel, but I'm not going to do that. I'm going to be me. Absolutely. That was a Keyshawn Johnson delivery of information..

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"john ax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"So you'd have no right handed starting team with stack the lineup with righties. Well, it's their splits or not so bad against, but those are the probably the top three guys Wachter bueller is a guy that I would wanna see in there as well to be a fourth and I did I read somewhere that they think aureus could come up and maybe give them some innings. Yes. What's going. To happen is the idea for orient right now is that he just had he. He faced live hitters yesterday and he hit ninety four. He only went in Indian two-thirds because I think something happened where he had they had to stop. He's planning on going longer. There hit the plan for him to be back up in August and be reliever. All right. So ten minutes left in the trade deadline. Some small deals have gone through, but nothing major were keeping an eye on it and Greg, you're getting some blowback on your your thing about dosier of him Kevin to we says, Doges had better second halves the last two years in two thousand seventeen. He he had a decent second half which hit over three hundred to ninety one in twenty sixteen and you look at it and he had they say, you had a Munster second-half last year twenty one homers fifty two RBI's. So it had that backwards for the second half of this year. He has been bad this year, right? But the second, the negative defensive war, by the way this year to gold Glover in the last five seasons, he has one hundred and forty three. Home runs thirty eight more than any other second basement. So Michael in a game that now values the long ball more than anything, they're hoping he adds some pop and normally, second baseman don't provide a lot of home run power. This guy does so it may. It may turn into something and very quietly by the way, the angels traded Ian Kinzler last night, Red Sox. I remember when he was like the top of Beijing in Texas, and now he's going to the Red Sox. The okay. So the dodgers trade for Brian dosier. He figures a slide in the lineup. We'll see sooner or later. They played tonight at Shiva's ravine against Milwaukee. I think it'd be a little early for him to check in tonight, but let's let's see. Okay. No. Who is John expert furred Greg. Have you ever heard of that name? Pitcher was hasn't. I haven't really heard much of him in cluster only says that the Blue Jays have agreed to trade acts for to the dodgers just now. So local year he has a, he looks like he's a blue Jay. He this year he is foreign one with a four forty one ERA a four, zero to v one to five, five righty or lefty. He is a righty. Looks like. I mean, these are okay. Nothing pops off the page to me here. Okay, so he's coming and foresights going. So Forsyth goes in the dosier deal. The. Yeah, this'll be interesting to see. You know, who sits for the dodgers Greg might be right. It might be Bellinger. 'cause you're not going to sit in Muncie not the way months. He's been playing. That should be very interesting. All right. So I wanted to get into this to Michael LeBron spoke yesterday. I'm very surprised that. That people still don't believe the Lakers can contend this year with this roster I in this is the question I would ask besides the warriors who's a lock to beat the Lakers in a playoff series, nobody I see. You know. So that's a toss up all the other eight or nine candidates for a playoff spot. The Lakers are right there with them, including Houston are in Greg. It looks like you're right about the Archer deal. He is very close to being a confirmed to the pirates. They all the details workout there, just checking the contracts and the acts for deal according to Bob Nightingale is done. So the dodgers in the last twenty minutes have made two deals up John axe route from the Blue Jays eight pick-up, Brian goes, you're from the twins. So a a new roster will be at the ravine tonight for the dodgers. We'll talk about LeBron coming up also going to catch up with Lindsay theory at Rams camp. We're looking for Sodano. He's running around here someplace Michael Thompsons information. I'm John Ireland ESPN LA..

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"john ax" Discussed on TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

"The writing in the art on it for me it's been no secret that i like the violence in it i like the death and destruction don't be you know you don't have to be so you know so careful with your characters obviously they're not they're they're ending this universe they're killing them off let them go the the writing is is definitely very powerful here there's some emotion in it i i'm i'm really enjoying this there's a there's a panel here up near the beginning where you're seeing some lines from bumblebee but it's just a click a quick little line but they they kind of i alex drew the the the panel for it kind of on a on a tilt and intersected inside of of the the panels for other another shot and it's it's it's very rough but it gives a it gives the impression of it being like emergency situation kind of thing right it's that kind of thing it's a you know it's not just straightforward paneling i like that it's a you know it's different i'm up for this like charles said this is a this is the end but i'm up for the ride let's go nice all right jeremy give me all the beast wars characters canvas pace i am not christmas feely that two page spread was amazing yeah whole we'll say i noticed cry attack or over the trans male to be mega transform but i think it was used later in beast machines i really need to watch the whole sheet series it was weird seeing some of these characters with like earth beast modes like a triceratops head and stuff mike you know we're we're not gonna make any kind of reason for that but seeing characters like you know be sores megatonne in here it's just it's nice seeing them on the page you got a smaller version or smaller image of optimus primal i'm under no allusion that these are going to get any kind of characterization just too late in the game for that if if you knew kron had had appeared or battled are tacked earth before wouldn't that have been some kind of reasoning as to why the beast wars characters and shockwave had been there during the prehistoric era so he's seeing these creatures so yeah okay it makes sense but but just it was i had to read this a couple of times to kind of wrap my head around everything that was happening particularly the first couple pages but this is how you want it to kick off and you know i i doubt it's going to slow down on i figure the optimus prime book is going to like between after the current her arc ends you know until the end is gonna tackle some of the the slower parts some of the more character details but i think this is just going to be also while action in the series at least i hope so it was nice seeing optimus prime having the like the dual the double barreled cannons from the power master warm and he also has a senator john axe so i'm pulling out a lot of things like that we got to see mr of the flame actually do something that was nice even though she died i greatly enjoyed this book it was fantastic away round and then the backup story the creative team on that for the most part was the creative team on rom i went back and looked at it the letters were done by sean lee in the rump series at least the beginning where i was looking at the credits but david messina the art alexandra alexa alexei did the colors i mean pretty much the entire team and the unicom victim christopher skates because he didn't do this the story where he was on the the series so that that was a really nice tie in and i would like i would expect to see the other books are going to be whoever the creative team was on that series i would hope to see doing the backup story that's nice touch yeah that'd be cool in the i don't know if you guys read through the interviews with it was really really neat.

"john ax" Discussed on TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

"The writing in the art on it for me it's been no secret that i like the violence in it i like the death and destruction don't be you know you don't have to be so you know so careful with your characters obviously they're not they're they're ending this universe they're killing them off let them go the the writing is is definitely very powerful here there's some emotion in it i i'm i'm really enjoying this there's a there's a panel here up near the beginning where you're seeing some lines from bumblebee but it's just a click a quick little line but they they kind of i alex drew the the the panel for it kind of on a on a tilt and intersected inside of of the the panels for other another shot and it's it's it's very rough but it gives a it gives the impression of it being like emergency situation kind of thing right it's that kind of thing it's a you know it's not just straightforward paneling i like that it's a you know it's different i'm up for this like charles said this is a this is the end but i'm up for the ride let's go nice all right jeremy give me all the beast wars characters canvas pace i am not christmas feely that two page spread was amazing yeah whole we'll say i noticed cry attack or over the trans male to be mega transform but i think it was used later in beast machines i really need to watch the whole sheet series it was weird seeing some of these characters with like earth beast modes like a triceratops head and stuff mike you know we're we're not gonna make any kind of reason for that but seeing characters like you know be sores megatonne in here it's just it's nice seeing them on the page you got a smaller version or smaller image of optimus primal i'm under no allusion that these are going to get any kind of characterization just too late in the game for that if if you knew kron had had appeared or battled are tacked earth before wouldn't that have been some kind of reasoning as to why the beast wars characters and shockwave had been there during the prehistoric era so he's seeing these creatures so yeah okay it makes sense but but just it was i had to read this a couple of times to kind of wrap my head around everything that was happening particularly the first couple pages but this is how you want it to kick off and you know i i doubt it's going to slow down on i figure the optimus prime book is going to like between after the current her arc ends you know until the end is gonna tackle some of the the slower parts some of the more character details but i think this is just going to be also while action in the series at least i hope so it was nice seeing optimus prime having the like the dual the double barreled cannons from the power master warm and he also has a senator john axe so i'm pulling out a lot of things like that we got to see mr of the flame actually do something that was nice even though she died i greatly enjoyed this book it was fantastic away round and then the backup story the creative team on that for the most part was the creative team on rom i went back and looked at it the letters were done by sean lee in the rump series at least the beginning where i was looking at the credits but david messina the art alexandra alexa alexei did the colors i mean pretty much the entire team and the unicom victim christopher skates because he didn't do this the story where he was on the the series so that that was a really nice tie in and i would like i would expect to see the other books are going to be whoever the creative team was on that series i would hope to see doing the backup story that's nice touch yeah that'd be cool in the i don't know if you guys read through the interviews with it was really really neat.

"john ax" Discussed on TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on TransMissions - Everything Transformers!

"The writing in the art on it for me it's been no secret that i like the violence in it i like the death and destruction don't be you know you don't have to be so you know so careful with your characters obviously they're not they're they're ending this universe they're killing them off let them go the the writing is is definitely very powerful here there's some emotion in it i i'm i'm really enjoying this there's a there's a panel here up near the beginning where you're seeing some lines from bumblebee but it's just a click a quick little line but they they kind of i alex drew the the the panel for it kind of on a on a tilt and intersected inside of of the the panels for other another shot and it's it's it's very rough but it gives a it gives the impression of it being like emergency situation kind of thing right it's that kind of thing it's a you know it's not just straightforward paneling i like that it's a you know it's different i'm up for this like charles said this is a this is the end but i'm up for the ride let's go nice all right jeremy give me all the beast wars characters canvas pace i am not christmas feely that two page spread was amazing yeah whole we'll say i noticed cry attack or over the trans male to be mega transform but i think it was used later in beast machines i really need to watch the whole sheet series it was weird seeing some of these characters with like earth beast modes like a triceratops head and stuff mike you know we're we're not gonna make any kind of reason for that but seeing characters like you know be sores megatonne in here it's just it's nice seeing them on the page you got a smaller version or smaller image of optimus primal i'm under no allusion that these are going to get any kind of characterization just too late in the game for that if if you knew kron had had appeared or battled are tacked earth before wouldn't that have been some kind of reasoning as to why the beast wars characters and shockwave had been there during the prehistoric era so he's seeing these creatures so yeah okay it makes sense but but just it was i had to read this a couple of times to kind of wrap my head around everything that was happening particularly the first couple pages but this is how you want it to kick off and you know i i doubt it's going to slow down on i figure the optimus prime book is going to like between after the current her arc ends you know until the end is gonna tackle some of the the slower parts some of the more character details but i think this is just going to be also while action in the series at least i hope so it was nice seeing optimus prime having the like the dual the double barreled cannons from the power master warm and he also has a senator john axe so i'm pulling out a lot of things like that we got to see mr of the flame actually do something that was nice even though she died i greatly enjoyed this book it was fantastic away round and then the backup story the creative team on that for the most part was the creative team on rom i went back and looked at it the letters were done by sean lee in the rump series at least the beginning where i was looking at the credits but david messina the art alexandra alexa alexei did the colors i mean pretty much the entire team and the unicom victim christopher skates because he didn't do this the story where he was on the the series so that that was a really nice tie in and i would like i would expect to see the other books are going to be whoever the creative team was on that series i would hope to see doing the backup story that's nice touch yeah that'd be cool in the i don't know if you guys read through the interviews with it was really really neat.

"john ax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This is this is a popcorn sit up the driveway oh he's my teammates he was authored by all the stuff that he did jerry rice's buses like taking the spotlight from get your popcorn ready i don't know why the ghost of the hall of fame the voice of the eagles does though quarterback it's it's been if you guys do that it's been long quarter it's been two losses we've had a ghost make an appearance on dickerson the last coast to coast john fox last year training camp when i would do the shows from the haunted room and the bears training camp campus i'll be back there again this summer for our shows by the way i don't think the goes john ax is going to be there four terrible it's like ebony scrooge with the lantern the oldest i would love to see that connecticut ball live hooked up just don't tell fox don't let him in on the joke to tell them just like hey here's sleeper picks put off this every cruise evening gal you can't get that done she just kinda suggest that the meeting i just need to put that everybody's scrooge had and help fit.

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"john ax" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Put fries just had to thirty days straight of french fries on accident not even plan to say every meal through life it just happens by accident there just presented to you sometimes dog and then har when you're ah waiters don't even believe you when you say what what else they they like sorry laughing yeah yeah okay so i'm getting burger can i get a salad like short issue i've had legit you shores people like real because these fries is kind of like i've had fries they're like tension your cheek why are you want fried just ordering fries like going in and go take a large fry and this is at boardwalk fries today we're in the city and we're talking about snacks with brody seasons in chabal john's axe matter you know snacks are too good you'll fill up on them yeah for sure that's why maybe just a handful almonds just say that not be that's just be that's as much as you can tolerate almanacs matter by the way i did you did i did think that it was a current events thing was it was that intentional no i didn't i didn't see a sign or thanks about it was like you were hit campaign i just been doing a lot of sunflower seeds recently baby cheese okay i'm a baby bell cheese guy i will say i do want to say with regards to baby bell cheese if you see me walking around at a grocery store that's open and i'm wearing and i'm wearing a jacket like this if i'm wearing a jacket with pockets i guarantee you those jacket pockets have baby bell cheese and the ice shoplift baby bell cheese specifically okay wow.

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"john ax" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"john ax" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Because i am a the seat you wanna be good now i felt bad for kristen this week because as crazy as christine is and i felt like everyone turned on her but what had been done to her was wrong everyone was saying she had sex with jean i do think at a point though is hard because she didn't know that he really didn't say that but everyone else hurt him that and so to me it was like even her friends stocky and katie were like but you have the problem because you freaked out but her like she's has interrelated she's obsessed so it guests can she control her anger no did they have to subtitle her yes drinking did she throw a drink yes says she have a poor track record where she has denied having sex yes in the same relationship with the same of course these things we know to be true i felt for her this week i liked that jack did refer to as own agent like he was doing a lot of things in quotes like as the young kids say i feel like he's kind of making that crossover finally had an elder yes danielle call he's been john axes hack so he doesn't understand their music he's thirty seven thirty eight and he's younger than me but at the same time i'm not hanging out with like the hibari ana i love arianna i like to think she's got a really great haircut.

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