17 Burst results for "John Mary"

"john mary" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on It's All Political

"The title of your podcast is called the californians political circus. And we'll get into that in a second but there was also an arnold certainly contributed to it. But if arnold had not been governor there was some great things that actually came out of the recall through his governorship among them. The top two primary Here in california. That's where the top two candidates getting the most votes go to the general election. John mary the Juggle that's an east coast. That's a dc dc politics and a and the and the citizens drawing the redistricting trying political maps in in the state. these are arnold schwarzenegger. Thanks what else like with other positives that you found that came out of the recall. What other positive well. We'll came out of the recall or out of the out of the schwarzenegger. Schwarzen- the schwarzenegger because without him some because of as you to without being a moderate some of that stuff. I mean i think climate is the number one besides those those political changes climate is the number one and i really studied about this when i went out to interview. Caitlyn jenner when she announced and i was kind of the first and only real national interview that she did all resented you dana. We all let me just have to call your political reporter new for that yes. I'm sorry but i was trying to represent well. And i really dug deep on all of the All of the climate and all of the in general but particularly the climate initiatives. Because i find it so fascinating because california is such a leader on that issue and it. It's because it has been bipartisan. You know a really really real way and it. It started before schwarzenegger but he really cemented it with with his His push to have have goals. I think by twenty thirty five or something. I think i think that's right now. Bumped up a little bit. Yeah it again. It's this back to you. Cram for the test and then you kind of forget grand for the test. But in any event that i think truly has been One of the most fascinating things to watch from outside california. How far ahead you guys are trying to get the climate crisis under control and And starting at home and that wouldn't have happened with a it would have happened with the democratic governor. probably would. it wouldn't have happened with a different kind of republican right who could coax along some republicans because there wasn't the supermajority back then so that's yeah. So that's that's a very key thing..

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"john mary" Discussed on First Take

First Take

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on First Take

"We cannot wait. The nfl has made it clear to players coaches and officials. That taunting is a point of emphasis season intern. Many have criticized the nfl as the no fun league but giants owner john. Mary standing firm on no hunting mara. Who's a member of the nfl's competition committee says there's widespread agreement among rulemakers that a crackdown on taunting is necessary. Take listen that's something. We discuss every year in the competition committee. We get kind of sick and tired of taught in that does go on from time to time on the field. We've tried to balance the sportsmanship with allowing the players to have fun. And there's always a fine line never none of us like to see that and it's just a question of whether you can have rules that can be enforced without taking the fun out of the game too but nobody wants to see a player taunton and other player..

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"john mary" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"The offspring lead singer terrible dave stain to just got old old. Yeah the corn. Lead singer looked a lot different. Look a lot different. He he's still looked okay. He looked he looked old. Yeah but i the thirty years ago. I guess twenty years ago whatever the hell it was the offspring guy that me out a little bit. Yeah it'd be honest. Because i think they still twelve. They all still tore tore. I realized what i was saying. I know now. I love that era of music. I really enjoyed. I actually really like. I'll put on that Lithium station yeah. Listen to that on the way home. Yup which they play alison chains at nauseam. But yes oh do. They owe a lot of allison allison chains and do a lot of jane's addiction. Man in a box. I did not like that song. I tried to like that song. I couldn't like that song fair enough very popular and i didn't like it Okay john mary yesterday said a bunch of stuff. One of the things he said was this taunting thing. He said..

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"john mary" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"I think that When when prison biden says america's back. I think it's good news. Not only for you but also for for the world and unfortunately this situation that we had before with the previous the previous administration the us administration the trump administration. I would say very difficult to understand. You know to see the president of the us saying that european union is kind of enemy against the the us interests. I think it was completely mistake. John mary was answering your question. Your take in. President biden is really. He's working to sort of re assert reclaim america's position in terms of its credibility around the world and these leaders validating that there was an aberration to say the least for four years. No question about that megan. Look there's certainly some worry among foreign leaders that there could be a return to that to trump or trump ism if biden. Let's say is only serves one term donald trump or someone like him follows him into office but right now there is a global sigh of relief. I was there in europe for the president's first foreign trip at the g seven at nato and his message was meant to be just so reassuringly. Look this is normal. This is predictable. You can count on the united states again and it was met with real relief from these global leaders including spanish prime minister we heard from the prime minister of japan just now Who want united states of the predictable reliable ally again now. Are there some world leaders who probably miss biden's predecessor. No doubt we know that president was far tougher and his rhetoric with putin of russia. For instance then donald trump ever was but this is something that biden and his administration really trying to do these reassuring signals and as a final point even the olympics. Even though it's held under a state emergency even though there won't be fans first lady. Jill biden will be in attendance today for those opening ceremonies in part because this was the white house has messaging. Hey we've got you. Japan your crucial ally. We know these games means so much to you. We want to be able to signal that were part of this represented you. We've got your back to the first lady's intense today. All right and all this we can talk about with secretary of state. Anthony blinken coming up straight ahead on morning joe and still ahead on morning..

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"john mary" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on The Chief Customer Officer Human Duct Tape Show

"It's very important role of ourselves. And that's what we do the specially during the so you know. I know that you said that. Then you ended especially during the pandemic one of the things that we've seen these these super humanity gestures that have been done inside of organizations. Israel is one of the first countries to almost become now. Okay right. I mean you're a smaller country but you really found a way to get rid of this disease in many ways now that you're moving out of it. How will you retain those behaviors. That connected you in such a human way with employees. The first of all we we have to we have to thing them for the for the hot times not take it for granted to support them and to see if someone is delay in wonder any sensitivity or something that was affected during these times by the way the problem is written is every day again. is a new war. You know have a lot of time route to relax and do discuss the yesterday events but we do try to keep it and then we also challenged by the positive side mean. of course. we're very happy that wearing a country that the most likely going out of the several horrible time epidemic. The downside for serie retailers that they ourselves in a way it during a pandemic the santa fe grocery retailer group is going up so now challenges to keep the water level in the same eleven as they were during twenty twenty and that's major level so we still have to connect our employees now from different reasons. So take care of them and stay connected with them and communicated cetera. Hey wanna take a minute to thank everyone for joining us. We've got a great crowd here. Julie hi. Christopher john mary there susan We've got a question from christopher clicking collect. Home delivery have become popular and we'll stick agree because we got new ways of buying easier faster. Here's your question. What new challenges will.

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"john mary" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on WTVN

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"john mary" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"In the back seat now smiling from the stage line. You were proud. Nosebleeds. Thunder, Thunder, Lightning and Thunder Thunder Benefactor. I don't know. I feel the thunder. Lightning The Thunder Night night. Death. Yes, it does. More music, more variety. One of 43, my FM cracks. It's amazing Settle in life. This is your head a million College of Hazel Golden Day. Saturday mornings. Pink son inflicted bythe in your head my eyes, according Keizo Get way trying to find ourselves in the winds of smoke like that. 00 title T o Saw right tell it, Dogus, so freaky things. Oh, hold on to the O. Oh, yeah. After grown outside, changing leaves a very sick So bye. Always clean my in wine. New dime ation thing, says Jack of time. I'm holding nothing against you. John Mary, find ourselves in a Windsor slow moments like this. I'm tired of the group. I'm sorry. Right? Darkness speaking. O T o Oh, no. To close more music, more variety for my family and my mother, too. To steal your parents like and come to the roof took about a future like we had cool. Never been a one day I'd be losing you. Way sees me again. Thank you. So I don't have the Oh, my God. Was done. And you were my Johnny Cash. No one with the other. You made a pie. Sometimes when I miss you, I put those right time. Someone said you had your tea. Oh, Ryan Downtown. Singing booze is kind of peace and music. No use. Then another Wait, kids. Wait. This is here again. He's now just You don't want anything to do with me. Oh, God. Money can't buy me time machine. Can't replace you with Marines now. Shit! I told you what you want to be. Oh, Now Frasier Prize and another Way, sister? Yes, again. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Back tomorrow morning. Seven AM $1000 easy money on the line from my affect Yeah. I don't know what I would do it on a could be to forever didn't match you usually don't be silent before turning violent past. You keeping me coming back to back? I just found out the only reason that you loving me was to get back at your shovel. But before you live, usually never another Maybe I should keep it for the ODS every night every day. That's right. To make you say, Bunch of seven. There's somebody could somebody breaks your heart looking Michelangelo? Bunch of savage love when you just may. I know you don't get too but I still want that..

"john mary" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Gail. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey shot. Hey, Dave. Hey, John. Mary Berry Christmas. Merry Merry Tell us you're giving story. So my husband has 15 nieces and nephews. And every year they have Children, so every year we would pick one of them two by four for Christmas. This particular year we picked a niece that her husband had left her because he didn't want to raise Children and she had a 24 and six year old she was working. On. He had decided that drugs was more important in the Children. Yeah, So me and my husband would go grudge selling, um every weekend and by the kid's clothes and toys and tried to provide as much as we could to help her. I was listening to the radio, and they had a contest. Which I entered on her behalf, and I had to do an essay on why I thought she should get the vehicle and it was giving a vehicle to somebody in need. She had a vehicle that was barely getting her back and forth to work. So I would did the contest and the day before the winner was announced. They had called me and told me I was one of the three runner up and that if they chose us, would we? How would She paid the taxes on the vehicle and everything to get the vehicle and I said, Well, if you choose her, me and my husband will pay for everything. We will make sure that she even has insurance for six months. So about the next morning, they called and said they had chose me. And we had reached out. I called heard shop and spoke to her ball and we had the radio station. Go to her job. Pick her up. She had no idea where she was going or what was going on. We were at the place where the vehicle Woz they pulled in, and she seen me and her uncle standing there, and she started crying because we had already been doing so much. They read the essay to her what I had said about her. And then as the reading this essay, they're driving the van behind us. And then they said, yes, that you have one is behind you. And when she turned around She We all started crying. She was crying. They took picture about this. Um I love it. That video was just raid. It was so great and to say real quick, um, two days ago. I had told I was going shopping to buy my pastor's wife a gift. Me and my husband pulled in to McDonald's to get lunch on her away, and I walk in to the counter and the gentleman in front of me bought me lunch and he turned around and he says God told me to buy your lunch and I thought, you know, we're headed to get our pastors wife a gift. So you know, God is just so good. And so I just wanted to share a man. Thank you. So much So fun. Beautiful. It's all around you. It's all around you this generosity thing, but that's a fun one. I mean, they pull the car up behind her and everybody turns around starts crying. I'll start crying when.

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"john mary" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

Inform Me Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"john mary" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

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"john mary" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on Pantheon

"You know that's just was really feeling very much like some. Hdtv vibes from him in his button-down energy very groomed very clean opposite of our our our main goal over here. Yeah but when they started. I loved the doobie brothers. I just was smiling. The whole time. I wrote down that i'm always horny for harmonies so i take it or leave it. I loved. yeah. I thought this was a good package and it was like the best way to present the doobie brothers i think. In general it's funny the induction speeches from people. Feel like the least affecting interviews from anybody like when you talk to the people in the package or sitting down they feel way more effecting and they feel way more passionate so if you'll so sanitized and so mechanical it i just feel bad that like well you get the honor of inducting the doobie brothers. You said basically nothing and that kind of carries throughout i wrote in all caps. Are they going to address the name. Look around do it up top right up top and then i said i am grooving though. Listen to the music. And then i said oh i like the dube's skunk in all cabs. That was my take on the package. I i've never said that. I don't like the doobie brothers music i do. I like a lot of their songs. I'm always surprised. By how many of their songs. I like that is cool. I said nancy. Nancy wilson and she was looking quite plastic. I wasn't was doing that. What i liked about nancy. Wilson and brad paisley is something that we've heard that was. Yeah brad paisley the guy with the both had guitars. And that's something we've clocked before. Which is it's very cool when a musician has an instrument with them and can kind of tell you why. The songs are great paula. john mary. Joe wilson play in like water was very got. That was very cool. It was and the yeah. They were both playing blackwater in brad. It was like the chord changes are like icon. And that's like a little bit. Something different that i feel like helps you to appreciate the music on a on a different level. There was a lot of. And i know this because when i re research for the individual episodes i always watch. I try to find the behind the music. There is a lot of recycled behind the music. Talking head footage because obviously there were some there was like some new footage of the band themselves talking but then every once in a while you look younger and that's almost always from behind the music think. It's kind of weird that tom. Johnston talks like you sings. He's got this weird like nasal that will we. Would we would distract him. He said something. Very wearies. I then i was like what about we we. We like a good song. That's how he talks about the process for writing listening to the music which there were two drummer. There's there's three. The usually would have two drummers in one of them had been replaced so there are three drummers who are inducted one of them during one of his interviews was just lying down. And that's the same one who was like as you got have to dreamers but the thing about you have germs man. One of them goes one of it. Goes you gotta go up. Because if you don't it's gonna be like about and that's just not going to work. But i wrote down that that one who is doing the germans got to go back was bob. Odenkirk loved the two drummers that was wearing a top hat a lot of that was john. Yeah that's the same guy john hartman. He's he's kind of the flashier of the doobie brothers. Many drummers tom johnston claims to have invented the checking style of guitar. Playing which i thought was weird. Wait which twenty see..

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"john mary" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Hey, rob Anybody? Thanks, buddy. I appreciate you making John Mary. Yeah. Can we do a best of CDs? Nuts Jokes? Can you incorporate that? I think so. I think we do that. The best of on Monday definitely features the newest The newest deez nuts saga, So so stay tuned for that. Give Dick arrest. Go ahead. Okay? I want tickets to a waiter because the other day Thank you. I'm sorry. We're not good at getting people their prizes. Just just learn to live with it and love it. Give Dick arrest. Go ahead. Thank you. Final final. I need one. Good one and on Give Dick arrest Go ahead. Yes, John. Congratulations on your nuptials. Procreate. Thank you. That was a gift. Caressed. Go ahead. Okay or not Okay, that I think my own urine A thank you. I appreciate everybody who called all the kind words. Thank you so much. Michael Rotunda. Thank you so much. Droog Arabo tune in for a very special best of on Monday. A little bit of new stuff. A lot of classic stuff, Joey Flash. Thank you so much for providing the visuals to what we do here. I appreciate that. I'm gonna be gone for a minute. But I'll be missing everyone and I look forward to returning. Have a great weekend inside for you. Thank you. I really appreciate it. Try not to freak out. I'm sure the news is going to be a smidge scarier than it's been every day for the past 2020, but We'll get through this. Everything's gonna be all good. Have a great weekend. Goodbye. But you're listening to drew. Go Rob Live 1.5 and now another bone traffic.

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"john mary" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on WTVN

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"john mary" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"C two of the best coaches in the MBA today. Doc Rivers and Steve Kerr. They both fit that mold. No. No head coaching. It's no coaching experience when they got those jobs. But people watch them play and thought. Hey, that guy could be a really good coach. I mean, he's a coach on the floor. Why can't he be a coach on the sideline? So if you're all time, great player, you gotta crack right away. And if you're a winning guard who is considered a smart player, you no. You tend to get a crack right away. Then there, there's the fact that The last three. NBA championship franchises have been helmed by first year coaches. So it's not like first year. Coaches don't have success now for this one. I have to add a qualification because two of those coaches did in fact, I have some experience. Or worked their way up the ranks. One being Knick nurse, of course, is that now the coach of the year and the Coach of the defending champs. In Toronto. The other being Tyronn Lue. And then, of course, the third being Kirk, who I mentioned in that other group and Tyronn Lue, I think is an underrated coach. I don't think he gets enough credit. For what he did with the Cavaliers, You know? Yeah, he had LeBron James. But every year Tyronn Lue is his coach, right? He's um he's basically been in the finals. He wasn't with Cleveland long after LeBron was out of there. So I mean, what did he coached? Like? I think it was six games that that next year. What Tyronn Lue when the title is first year is Coach, and then they went to the finals and, you know, I think dilute was a really good game Planner. You know, he devised that the trapping game plans Against Golden State. He had really good game plans for Boston and the Raptors during that run. And I see that he's linked to the Sixers job. I hope he gets it and to be fair. He also did kind of get the Lakers job right, But he didn't like the terms of its so he's not the Lakers coach right now. So that's another level of qualification. You know, in recent N ba history that would support Hey, Steve Nash Higher. And then finally You have his connections within the organization. The general manager, Sean Marks. He was a teammate. Of Steve Nash is in Phoenix. So He has first hand experience. When it comes to Nash is temperament that I referenced before his pedigree, his style of play his unselfishness as a player, his ability to deal with with different personalities. I mean, I saw Mark say ah, somewhere that He. One of the things he appreciated about Nash is that he walked the walk in and just talk to talk and that he did treat Everybody on that team the same whether it was No himself marks guy who's at the end of the bench. Or it was Raja Bell, Remar, Stoudemire's John Mary, and her whomever From that Phoenix Time. And then, of course, in its star driven league, there is absolutely no way That's Steve Nash. Gets that job without the approval of both Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. Specifically the latter. Who He developed a relationship with while serving as a consultant at Golden State. I mean, I've seen the reverence with which Durant and Nash talk about each other. So This is clearly a higher That Kevin Durant. I was comfortable with. Not just may be comfortable with he may have Rallied for Push for I don't I don't know all that, But I do know he likes this hired and he has a relationship with mash. So take all that into consideration. And I think Despite his lack of experience, Steve Nash is qualified for the Brooklyn Nets head coaching job. All time. Great player. Those guys get a chance to coach Hetty Smart winning guards. Those guys get a chance to coach. He's both of those. She's both of those. First year coach. Well, those guys have had success last three. Championship winning franchises have had first year coaches. Connection with the organization. Well, the GM played with him teammates. Two stars like him, especially the best player. As you know, no disrespect, Kyrie. Put when Kevin Durant's healthy He's the best player on that team and right there. As one of the best players in the league. And that's why I just thought There. Productive and healthy conversations to be had about. Hiring practices. And what can change. But Steve Nash just felt like ah, really bad example. For the white privilege aspect of things because I think mainly Steve Nash got the.

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"john mary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Washington comes to talk with Mary Walter. Good morning. Joining us right now is the CEO of a social media company called Parlor. Perhaps you've heard of it. His name is John Mates, John. Good morning. Morning. Can you hear me on? Excellent, great to have you with us. We're talking about the big tech CEO Summit yesterday. As for tech CEOs were called before Congress to testify before a antitrust committee. They included the CEO of Apple. Google, Amazon and Facebook, a bunch of questions thrown at them by lawmakers, some of them about anticompetitive behavior, others about bias against conservatives. How did you think it went? I mean, it was pretty. Ah, pretty much as expected. It was a little bit of a slaughter. You ask me. I mean, they were asked a lot of really tough questions, and everyone in the room seemed to not like them. Yeah, it's a bad position. Of'em. Yeah, they had no friends. On the other side. The Democrats wanted to see them control for one reason, and Republicans wanted to see them controlled for another reason Parlor for people who don't know is it's kind of it's almost a Ziff, Facebook and Twitter had a baby and that to me, that's how parlor operates or kind of like a linked in type thing as well. Vince and I and and Heather all on parlor. Why did you? Why did you start it? Why did you choose to compete with these huge giants? Well, I mean, t to kind of be fair. I don't think that we're gonna be ableto tweeted compete with company like Facebook, at least not for a long time. But Twitter has created a kind of a weakness for themselves in the marketplace. They failed to monetize. You could see that most recently. When they came out and said they're gonna have to start looking at other monetization method outside advertising, so they really shocked themselves in the foot, and they continue to take the route of hard core censorship. And not just conservatives. There's a lot of people that are censored on Twitter all over the world, and it's only getting worse. So they've really opened up a new opportunity for us to kind of come in and and solve these problems they've created on. I want to talk more about your product to in a moment, But you just said something really interesting is that you don't see yourself being able to compete against Facebook. So in your view, as Facebook goes before an antitrust committee is Facebook a monopoly? Ahh. Yeah, I mean, it's something we need to determine. Right. We have a lot of existing laws in place that describe what a monopoly is. I'm not sure if they'd apply, but if you look at their market position where they're sitting, right Currently, every acquisition they make has to be approved by the government. Right. So when they acquired Instagram when they acquired WhatsApp any of these other large social media companies, they gobbled up they had to get approved by the by the government. And so to Facebook defense. They have that as their protection. They can say, Well, you guys approved these acquisitions and mergers. The counterpoint is how do you compete with company has billions of users right in not just billions of users, but used For a significant period of time that's been entrenched in the marketplace. How do you overcome that? Especially when people look at a company like parlor and they say, Hey, you know We want to work with investing in a startup they go. Okay. So how are you getting it bought by Facebook? Harrigan. He bought by Google and Ah, Harry, Or how are you going to go public that people ask you and we say, Well, we're not going to get acquired by Facebook. We won't work with them. They won't work with Google. They creep me out. Right. So, um on and and so we may not go public. We have to make money on our own. We have to stand on her own feet, and a lot of investors go, Witten said. You know, that's impossible. You'll never make it. You'll never do. Well, you're not going to do well, unless you have Facebook as an acquisition attempt, which in my mind is kind of monopolistic, Uh, practice there. Now we have become profitable on our own. So far, we're doing really well on our own. Nobody thought we would. Um, so that's nice, but we're not. We're an exception to the rule. I think it's very, very rare. Something like that happens. So, But when you started this company, did you start this purposely purposely to to battle the censorship that you see on those other social media platforms. People have been crying out for a long time for an alternative, and you got traction with parlor because I think there's a belief that I can say what I want. And or I could read what I want without someone else determining that for me, is that the idea behind your sight? Yes, we're really I mean, we put press releases out almost daily at this point, calling out people for their censorship. I'm always talking about how people need to have the right to make their own decisions. People, you have the right to have their own discussion. That's what the first Amendment was about in this country. That's no other country in the world hasn't as well as we do with the First Amendment. And yet everybody in the big tax space is deferring to other countries like Germany hate speech laws, or they're referring to, you know, all sorts of different clauses all around the world to limit their speech. Instead of taking the approach of the most, you know, the most freedom online. They're taking the reproach of Let's find the most restrictive person and that's by their censorship to everybody was making the parlor were speaking to parlor CEO John Mates and John Mary and I were talking about your company earlier this week, and I I expressed that concern, which is yes, there are quite a few, especially conservatives who ride arrived on your platform. But that is a product of as you've kind of pointed out these suffocating nature of some of the suppression that's going on on some of the other social media platforms, and I worry in the United States that what we're seeing is a sort of a sectarian silo ing Of political parties that conservatives will only be able to communicate in one space and not be able to engage in a broader exchange of ideas with people who disagree with him, which you need in a robust democracy. Are you concerned about that? Are you concerned about maybe not enough liberals being a part of your platform? And long as cancel culture continues to get its way and their companies who are giving in and saying, Hey, every time somebody comes up with some arbitrary excuse, that's really hard to defend. But that just sounds good enough for them on they start banning people. They started limiting speech. That trend of partisanship is going to continue as long as people are continuing to get canceled for ridiculous reasons that will continue right and so in order to change that that needs to stop Until then you are going to see this being more of a partisan thing, but we have been able to kind of reach to the other side a bit. Not as much with progressives but more with left leaning liberal people who are center left because they have felt oppressed on some of these other platforms as well. A lot of people who just like to make jokes have a good time to say things that are UN coup but are fun and are interesting because they are being censored as well, because apparently 2020 is not the year To be funny. No, no, no, no. The left is totally stripped humor from literally everything When you wake up every day Looking for what? You're going to be outraged by. It's hard to have fun. We've got to leave it at that parlour CEO John mates. Thank you for joining us. We appreciate your time. Thank you guys. Take care, 8 44 and once.

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"john mary" Discussed on Heyer Today

Heyer Today

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on Heyer Today

"And it seems to be like very tied up with Annette doesn't it kind of? A sense of honour amongst your mates. No not all. There is no on amongst the tool. Yeah. It seems like a very weird concept that is already old. Now I mentioned a moment in the first chapter in which del Shoots Highwayman and leaves him on the side of the road. As introductions go. It's pretty spectacular. But how does the concept of honor fit into this? Feel like that would never happen amongst my friends if someone accused of chasing that, it'd be like, okay that's your opinion. That's your opinion, and then we would just kind leave her that whenever stroke down or anything like that. I guess it has happened in many other cycles I think my sock less aggressive the not. Have you ever had to anybody any kind of fight or advised that was like Alex when I was in year seven that throwdown with him scrap what was it about I? Think he cou my momma bitch similarity. Fidel is also very close to his mother. He only feisty orphan from these old shades grass grounds for beating. So we had to fight next of. How old were you? I was about eleven twelve right? Would you say you evenly matched all? With bigger than him so nine. Stools what proudest moment? And I have no listened stanton ready. But I bet you never insulted anyone else's mother after that. I think he sold in my mother after that as well as like Komo done this already widens. In that early at time, there wasn't many as like a really coherent police force. I guess the Honor Code was the only way that they could get justice. So I, suppose when someone is accusing you of some cheating, it would be quite a big deal if you were to have jewel, who would you ask to be your second to come along with you in the early morning hours you might check that the weapons that you've chosen. And also what weapon would use? My Limited on weapon I can choose by era don't have to choose one from not anything. It can even be offended to see. You can have like save if you want. But how many places you have to take like ten was probably the standard but I don't know. I. Suppose. It depends on the a show nothing that we pretty good at that range gadgets. It'd dad winner. Do you know how to use a shotgun? In what ways personality wise. Do you think that you are similar to Fidel the main character? Very little he just so perfect in every way from his personality anyone I guess some kind of tool like him other than that I mean he's very a terrible was women. He's given all soldiers family econoline loves his mother as well to convert creepy extent. So I think you take to each other. This podcast is all about me trying to win people around to the pleasures of hair. So we weren't be delving too deeply into the murky aspects of Adel Psychology. Right now anyway. Instead we crack on with the book. Once again, there will be spoilers. So look away now if you don't want to hit all about the plots of Devil's Cub. I. We discussed the opening scene in which Fidel's on his way to- bowl. Rushing along L. as usual breakneck speed. A couple of high women stop the carriage one of whom. Fidel sort of shoots in the head. At point blank. Range. But what was HAL attraction to this unsettling event? It was good good opening I was like, what is this guy needs business? And he did mean business so good where this is completely blowing my expectations I'd like a typical romance way you feel that the narrator is going along with everybody and she does kind. She's always got the slice of huma going on or the slice of commentary, and in this case, she has these to coachman it. One of them's new I. He's complaining about how fast they is like we're GonNa die he's going so fast and yet cushman's like this is nephew. And then when the when he shoots the Highwayman and they're kind of going. His. Are. In, the road my Lord do we leave him like that and he's like, of course do you think I'm GonNa, take into the bowl with me but there was a part of me i. was I mean I I, love her stuff I kind of enjoy a lot of things about the book, but I must admit this was. His brains are one thorough. She's mentioned brains on the road in this romance. What did you think about that? Yeah that's Kinda like one of like two or three in the book when I was a bit like what does he just write that? Yeah I wasn't expecting brains the road. But then I like once he's already blown. That's at Austin. Yukon of it follows up there would be somewhere under glad she's told US hours. So what happens then? Gets the ball I'm assuming then they find out, he's got some brains, the road and a matronly people are like but what was the young lady is going to a bowl? They will see rains in the word may do it. That's where you get a bit of exposition dot e once he gets the pool he stops being mysterious 'cause we get his name it's that he's the monarchy of Fidel and he's the son of guys also being very notorious the duke of Avon who data. Find out his quite significant role and kind of the only person that seems to exert any fear of a terms of like what his opinion is on on his actions. Otherwise, he doesn't care what anybody thinks. So that's where you get older backstory, his aunt fanny and you meet his cousin Juliana. What do you think about Juliana because she sometimes does this she'll put two contrasting feminine types in the same book Jillian sort of represents the kind of what you would think of the typical romantic. And Hair actually is is subtly commenting on that throughout the book it's a big theme on what is Real Romance and what is what people like to think of as remnants. A lot of times she comes to the conclusion that real romance is this kind of understanding humid that people have between each other. But what do you think about the too feminine examples John Mary Chat Net memory like learn what? She wants is Congress to be with for feet on for a man to be really mean to her mistreat are essentially which I thought was a bit questionable kind of thing and then I guess Miss China she's really good. But as he kinda just does apologize for does too sir. I thought she was strong character the most of it and she is pretty good but then she does kind of like. It was my fault. He kidnapped me and slap me in the face because I was being bad. It's like what the fuck Utopia Rosary. But. It's interesting because I think she does a very realistic idea of of who yes. But she still loves him basically she's in love with him before this happens. So she kind of makes a lot of excuses when however she talked to him in spite of what she knows are his floors she doesn't Momentus is him in a weird way. Please do not not still at the ball in the beginning of the book. One funny thing is well was on finance complaining to a friend of his father's huge avenue. Do you remember him from these old shades? Devil's cub is seen as a sort of sequel to that book. She talks about the what she's that. He's always having because he's got every form of Isis Fidel guy according to her you know he's always getting to Jules he's always. Whatever mischief a young man does as kid up to get an she says orgies and he orgies funny and she goes Oggi's you pray do not ask mole. I wonder if they meant real orgies because you know sometimes these books they talk about people making love like they went on the corner and made love and I don't like I think making a full on sex but obviously, it's not that I think it's like kissing an canoed lingo. To ask about this is like a Giuliano someone else I'm gonNA bring onto pretty badly. So the developments of the fast to dances and when I came to an end, he took her off two convenient cover made intoxicating. Loved her. That's what has repenting sex or the thing I don't think it is I think it's like maybe making out at. Makes me real innocent till something because I, mean they talking about orgies early on so maybe Okay. So next we meet his mother Leonie. And they're concerned because there's a rumor going around that he's become mixed up. This seemed to be totally okay with him messing around with these women's prostitute type people. But the fact that he's started going around with someone who they refer to US bourgeoisie that really upsets them because that will be scandalous. So anyway, then you get introduced to marry the heroine. St Louis Turnpike. Remember little with Mary Cana human her..

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"john mary" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Live in Michigan tonight. Martha thank you and one more note as all this plays out tonight the scope of this and what to expect expect next. President trump is only the fourth American president to face impeachment. The first Andrew Johnson in eighteen sixty eight he was impeached then acquitted in the Senate by one vote in nineteen seventy four Richard Nixon faced along inquiry but resigned before the impeachment. Vote it Bill Clinton. Twenty one years ago tomorrow in fact he was impeached. He was acquitted in the Senate and tonight the vote at any time on whether to impeach president trump. So it's bringing Terry Moran Live at the capital tonight and tear. You covered the Clinton impeachment back in ninety eight then senators from both parties as we're in agreement on what the trial would look like. But tonight you've got the Democratic leader Chuck Schumer called for witnesses like former national security adviser. John Bolton Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney any. Then you've got majority leader Mitch. McConnell saying no witnesses and already saying he won't be an impartial juror but this is what he said today. Listen this I've hoped and Filho. Does the Democratic leader in Aachen sit down and reproduce that unanimous bipartisan agreement. This time so terry. How likely is this? Some sort of bipartisan agreement. Going into a Senate trial would likely play out right after the new year when Americans come back from the holiday David. They'll probably work something out. But there's a big difference dance between that and unanimous agreement during the Clinton impeachment and today the Senate they're leaders in the Clinton impeachment. They kept the Clinton White House at arm's length. They consulted with them. But this was really a deal worked out by the Independent Senate Mitch. McConnell has already said he is operating in total coordination with the White House. He has said he wants a short short trial. Chuck Schumer as you say. Once witnesses that president keeping his option to and I mentioned you witnessed this before so bottom line Senate trial. It's all about the math. We knew one hundred members of the Senate two-thirds at sixty seven of them are needed to convict. Terry that's extremely unlikely here. Oh my goodness that is a super majority. And Barring Bombshell L.. New evidence that that is not on the horizon that all president trump will be acquitted. The founders put that supermajority in the constitution because they wanted to public public to do this through their representative and right now. The public is locked in divided without really moving an inch during the course of these hearings and this debate debate today. David Terry Moran our thanks to you to Martha John Mary as well and we'll come back to the impeachment just as soon as we have news on tonight. In the meantime we move onto the other news this Wednesday evening. The deadly attack at a shopping center outside Portland Oregon the attacker with a knife killing one person wounding several others before stealing a car and speeding away. Here's ABC's Chief Justice Justice correspondent Pierre. Thomas Tonight police in Beaverton Oregon today racing to respond to reports of a robbery in progress. Armed Robbery Taras harassed possibly hostages officers swarming a wells Fargo Bank and a planet fitness gym at this shopping center and then disturbing word of an attack involving a large arts knife. Michetti.

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"john mary" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"john mary" Discussed on Podcast 42

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