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Are Most Words Already Trademarked
"The writer of today's episode. John Perry Tano rescued two cats from a local vet back in nineteen ninety nine and named one Pandora. He says, he was reading a lot of Greek mythology back then. A couple of years later and Dora Brandon jewelry became all the rage. What if John had trademarked that name I, but he and his friend could have been swimming and cat treats. Yet even if he had thought of it according to to New York University, law professors, it probably would have been too late to cash in. It seems that many of the words we use every day are traded marked, which means it's difficult for entrepreneurs to find good names for new companies. Take Pandora for instance, search the US patent and trademark office database, and you'd find a number of companies that already use Pandora in their name avatars and logos. There's a Pandora Hair Collection Pandora radio and yes Pandora's box. The two professors looked at the six point seven, million trademark. Filed at the US patent and trademark office between two, thousand, three and two, thousand sixteen, they then studied a database of the hundred thousand most frequently used words in American English it's called the Corpus of contemporary American English according to the Oxford English dictionary. There are a bit under two hundred thousand words currently and using the English language but according to the website test your vocab dot com, the median adult native English Speaker knows only about twenty to thirty, five, thousand of them. But back to this study, the authors also reviewed a US census list of the hundred, fifty, one, thousand, six, hundred, seventy, two, most frequently occurring surnames in the United. States. What they found will knock your socks off which by the way is also trademarked they wrote in a two thousand eighteen issue of the Harvard law review the data present compelling evidence of substantial word, mark depletion, a particularly with respect to the sets of potential marks that businesses prefer most standard. English words, Short neologisms that are pronounced by speaking and common American surnames. NEOLOGISM is a term for newly coined words or expressions. NEOLOGISM is still available to be trademarked though other common words do have pending registrations including even the word the. Yes. The currently has eleven active trademark resignations. The result of so many trademarks is that new businesses have to strain their noggins and use variations of Noggin are already taken to come up with Mon. occurs that aren't already claimed or resort to what's called a parallel registration. That's when two companies use the exact same name as long as it won't confuse consumers a for example, Delta faucets versus Delta. Airlines. The authors wrote given these conditions. New applicants are increasingly resorting to sub optimal marks. The data indicate that applicants are applying less often for standard English words and common surnames and more often for complex marks as measured by character syllable and word. Count. and. All of this could likely explain why we see more company names like flicker Tumbler and lift olive which leave out letters or incorporate other misspellings of common words.
Coronavirus patients confirmed in Los Angeles and Orange counties
"First we have a development in the outbreak of a deadly new coronavirus yesterday public health officials announced the two patients here in California have tested positive KPCC is Alyssa John Perry has more on the case in Los Angeles the unnamed patient is from one China which is ground zero for the virus county health officials say the patient first received information about the virus while traveling through alley acts on a previous trip then last Wednesday the patient pass to the airport again this time with corona virus symptoms so they turn themselves in the piece is now at a local hospital for treatment Dr Barbara for air as the head of the public health department she says there's no immediate threat to LA county
"john perry" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Nominee. About before kickoff. Wanted to the kickoff. Oculus? Delay it a little bit. I would prefer this. A win factor. Now. Over goals. It starts how long it takes. I think it's less than eight. So it takes eight minutes to close it. They're going to close it after the flyover. It's going to be closer not. So why don't we just kick that way? If we get it. We get it. We don't we don't. And look the Oculus. I can't believe John Perry actually called the Oculus. Right. Like it's by. No. But it it it just it sounds too fancy and official and it makes it sound like it's its own entity. The Oculus the Oculus is opening run and hide the Oculus is closing. They had no reason to open it. They opened it and closed it to show the thing off, right? They decided we spend an extra five hundred million dollars for this GD roof that opens and closes like the the shutter of a camera or the the business end of a change purse and damn it. We're going to open it, and we're going to close it that's going to be part of the pre game entertainment after pre-game workouts. We're gonna open that damn thing the planes are going to fly over and then we're gonna close it you come into my one point eight billion dollar house. And I am showing stuff off look at my roof. Look at my Oculus watch my Oculus open and watch my Oculus close. That's perverse ridiculous. It really is ridiculous. And think about it who had the bright idea. We're going to build a stadium is very unique. From afar, and from up-close, it looks like something that a giant sat on and then got up, and that's what it looked like after the giant sat on it. She it's partially squished. It's cool. It is neat looking. It really is. And it's a great part of the skyline in Atlanta. And look a cities go, and I've been to a lot of them. Now. The Atlanta skyline. No. There's really nothing memorable about the Atlanta skyline other than. The Mercedes Benz stadium with the Oculus on top. Here's Rams coach Sean McVeigh speaking to his offense before the start of the second half of fifty three. Real quick. Here's.
"john perry" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tesla's electric car factory was onesided eliza john perry will evans state that they obtained government records to compare the safety record at other places in comparison to tesla's factory can you state those numbers and i assume that hope is referring to maybe numbers of the other other comparable factories for the the most recent numbers are from last year and that's they say that their injury rate is six point two injuries per one hundred workers that is the most recent industry average they used to be quite a bit above average and they say they have come down the problem with comparing as that as we found they're not actually counting all of their injuries that they're supposed to by law so it makes it difficult to compare one of the things they didn't tell us but we were able to get was there serious injury rate and that is the kinds of injuries that result in people losing work time having to take time off work or having to have job restrictions and that injury rate is still thirty percent above the industry average that was a rate that they wouldn't provide us but we rebel to get because worker requested it and provided it would seem to me that if the injury rate was high and or they were not recording all the injuries they were supposed to that osha cal osha you know some environmental rather regulatory agency would get involved has that happened at all no i mean they've been cited more than forty times for health and safety say ins but you know it is a big company it is a government agency there are overworked so i mean we can see what after this report comes out of there's more things coming out but you know the they are watching the company though but you know tusla was recording these numbers and giving it to the agency so it was sort of like you know here we're telling you the truth so okay let's go back to the phones and b k in l cerita your next welcome hi white target tests light such a progressive company to work for if you guys investigative reporters wanted to in california i'm pretty sure you find places where the conditions are awful illegal labour illegal immigrants and everything people are getting their hands chopped up what's not and you guys are talking about caughlin tunnel syndrome.
"Black Panther" reaches $1 billion at global box office
"Live from NPR News in Washington I'm Janine Herbst President Trump says he is confident North Korea will uphold its commitment to temporarily halt its nuclear weapons program until the two countries meet. And here's Windsor Johnston reports the president this week agreed to talks with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Hoon in a tweet President. Trump noted that North Korea has not conducted a missile tests since November and believes Pyongyang will honour that pledge until the two sides meet. Trump also tweeted that other countries, including China and Japan are on board with potential talks. Scott Snyder as senior fellow for Korea's studies at the Council on Foreign Relations says, it's still too early to determine whether a dialogue will be held vote or her or her aren't. Each other earn require going to be your who her fishing pole over to store knocked real real. The Round The White House has not released a date or location for the meeting. Windsor Johnston NPR News. Washington three victims in an alleged gunman were found dead yesterday after an all day, hostage standoff at the Veterans home and yawn fill in northern California. Now resident veterans at the six hundred acre facility and Napa Valley are trying to make sense of it. All Eliza Jong Perry from member station KQED has more Tom Parkinson places. White lilies that the pathway homebuilding a former PTSD treatment center, that service veterans from the more recent wars like in Afghanistan in Iraq. He lived at the Veterans home for six years and suffers from PTSD. He says, the condition can be underestimated actual terrible of all women. I feel bad for him. Veteran brothers are here, and obviously we need more help alleged shooter. Albert Wong served in Afghanistan and was briefly treated at pathway home until he was let go from the program For NPR News. I'm Melissa John Perry in your bill. Syrian government forces say they've taken more ground in the rebel-held enclave of eastern Gouda human rights monitors, say hundreds of civilians have died since the government launched its offensive. Three weeks ago, The BBC, Sebastian usher reports. Several sources save a troops have moved in even deeper and managed to cut off the two biggest towns in the region Duma and her USTA residents say the casualties amounting again in a town. We just twenty four hours ago a convoy. They'd was finally being delivered Syrian state media Rashawn troops inside the small town of Ms rubber in the center of eastern Gouta. The biggest rebel group Daesh al-Islam denies that its Phoolan But if Ms rubber is in government hands than the enclave will, in effect have been divided in half as well. The BBC, Sebastian usher, most Americans will lose an hour of sleep tonight is the majority of the country returns to daylight saving time. Clock should be turned ahead one hour at two tomorrow morning. The most do it before going to bed. You're listening to NPR News From. Washington. Thousands of demonstrators marched and British Columbia today, protesting plans to expand in oil pipeline and carbon shook reports. The project has sparked legal challenges and opposition from environmental activists and native groups. The trends Wilton pipeline explosion by the Canadian arm of Texas-based Kindle Morgan is expected to triple the flow of oil from Alberta's oil sands to the west coast. It would also dramatically increase the number of oil tankers using the waters between Canada and Washington State Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said the project is in Canada's best interests. Opponents say more oil means warships and more risk of oil spills and impacts deficient other wildlife. Yesterday, a judge in British Columbia issued an injunction aimed at preventing activists from protesting within one hundred fifty feet of shipping terminals under construction in Burnaby B, C opponents call that and intimidation tactic. The project still need several local permits in federal approvals before construction can begin For NPR News. I'm Dan Koerppen Chuck in Toronto. All Disney's hit superhero movie Black Panther as earned more than one billion dollars worldwide diseases. Black Panther is the fill film in its marvel universe to reach that milestone. A film has already made five hundred twenty one million dollars in the US making it the number two superhero release of all time surpassing the dark night. It's also the first blockbuster with a black superhero in the leading role. It has become a symbol for promoting diversity in movies. Wall Street ended Friday on a high note all three major indices cleaning up one and three-quarters of a percent. I'm Janine Herbst NPR News in Washington.
"john perry" Discussed on Triangulation
"So so your book after the internet a it opens with a quote from john perry barlow who passed last week um he imagined the internet as a great many things and and one was um in his quotes has it was a place where no one would be coerced into silence or conformity which we know not to be true until talk a little bit about why you chose this quotes to begin this book vis vis barlow quote um i'll read it we are creating a world where anyone anywhere makes press his or her beliefs no matter how singular without fear of being coerced into silence or conformity that was john perry barlow in 1990 six a why did you choose that quote well i think that that spoke to the to do you know what what what seemed really inspiring and prompt messing about the internet at the time right and my goal and i want wanna be really clear even though i'm very critical about where we're at right now i don't think that this is necessarily wherever we have to go um i don't think that this is where we were just a few years ago and i don't think the this is necessarily where we have to be in terms of the internet and digital technology in five years or ten years raid i mean the companies that are now dominated the internet in a secretive fashion arbi bs their younger than both of us they'd factor like less than half my age of so um john kerry barlow's of really interesting figure may may rest in peace and um the electronic frontier foundation are friends of mine and the organization that he founded um i think there is this certain type of the bold you know um freedom of speech kind of us said.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"At in full of books you're listening to the psychedelic saloon where people are changing their lives one thought at a time i would be remiss if i didn't point out how deeply i hope john perry was correct when he said that he didn't think nuclear war was possible anymore keep in mind the fact that this was said in the year two thousand and six and i agreed with him back then but today with that mentally impaired child who is the commander in chief of the most powerful military in history well i'm now back to where i wasn't great school during the 1950s when we did duck uncover drills sadly we are being led by confederacy of fences and noone has a clue as to what major world events lie ahead my only advice is to not let your supply of cannabis get too low as turns mckenna often said keep the old faith in stay hot actually ah i thought about giving you an update on the various eff projects that they talked about back in two thousand and six but since this podcast is already quite long i decided that if you're really interested in one or more of these topics that you'll go to eff dot org yourself and read about them which is why the internet is here after all i'm going to close now by first playing a recording of john perry barlow reading his declaration of independence of cyberspace then i'll follow that by playing a song that on more than one occasion inspired me to get back into the game of life as a player rather than just as another spectator the song that i'm going to play is from the grateful dead of course n is titled we can run it was written by john perry end the grateful dead keyboard player brent midland who also sings it.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Yeah and you know if if the secretary of defense can know where ongoing as i go out and visit my friend and go out to a bar and have a drink can wander on how much abel know where he's gone the fair because the only way you equalised that power is by equalising if information is power than the public needs to have more of it than the government or the or the public will not be able to control the government the late in the package switching aren't is mentioned in saying that we're talking about least the government and not being able to control a china from joy part of their nut and not all of it in this digital future is there as an inevitability you have the undermining of the current concept of the nation state i think it's i think the nation state is actually uh damn you're gone in many respects i mean the united states of america is the nation state the seems to be most determined to preserve that notion but it you know it's also determined to brazil preserve the notion that that everything in the world is part of the united states of america made clear back in the clinton administration we were arguing about you know the the the functional borders of of copyright encrypt agassi i said where exactly to the to the boundaries i was in the white house and i said where exactly do you think the boundaries of this country now lie and the the staffer with that point was the president's chief of staff said we don't find that to be very convenient question asked round.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"And by comparing the serial numbers of the printers that people attending and the dates and times and things we sort of decoded for at least one grand printer what they were printing in and we discovered this rumors really true and we've seen lots of doubts on other models that we haven't yet the coded yet are still interested in people who want to help with that but we publish the results just to warn people like if you're gonna find out political flyers you had better now that those can be tracked back to the serial number of your printer and if you've gone down to like office depot to buy printer you know they would really prefer that you buy it with a credit card they will take cash if you if you ask nicely you know but they really prefer to get all that information and it's all correlated right on the sales slipped with the serial number but there there are a long long list of these kinds of things that are that are really kind of unlikely to surface in public awareness and in fact even after they service in our wariness trying to get the public to know what we're talking about is very difficult than when we were fighting over at encryption which i think was enormously important it just it what a conversation staffer it is if you try to be sit down every conversation with somebody but computer encryption why that is important i mean they were you know they'll have to go get a drink or something.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Privacy set of year but actually fairly early in that process we realized john kerry in the lead with copyright was going to become a huge i i rueda piece required not not excathedra eff i mean i was nice be mbm vff but i just had this this insight that copy right was going to take a terrible beating in a time when you could suddenly reproduce anything human beings could think infinitely and distributed infinitely at zero cost and since i know that you know outside of outside of saxon hunger and shelter in other thing that the human beings are most attached to his sharing information that they find relevant it was going to be very difficult to contain this stuff henceforth and then all these all these industries like the recording industry in the movie industry publishing industry that had based their authority on their ability to to create a scarcity of information we're going to take a terrible beat i tried to convince my colleagues that eff that this was going to be a big problem and it i mean john was the only one that agreed with me i think we all agreed it would be a big problem really the question was what could we do about it well now that also i mean frankly that we were getting a huge amount of money from from outfits like microsoft that didn't really enter into my calculation well it did sort of entered into jerry berman zoos erzik executive director in those days and in fact when i published this piece even though it was not published this in my role zia that eff bill gates withdrew all of his personal support which had been considerable and all of his corporate support which had been considerable end and actually told his employees that they were not to support eff any longer so that was you know that was a warning sign.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"And keeping that open to all manner of trans transmissions and keeping people or institutions more often from dividing it up into the zones where some things were permissible in some things weren't because we knew intuitively that if you can control any part of the internet in any fashion you can't control in all i would say that that still an accurate statement no like the chinese can't control the whole internet though they controlled part of the one in their region but had doomed the idea of heroes mijo just in china if you get legal leverage over the internet fan that start writing the out you give him an inch on they take mile well and also we wanted to stop that first dance wrong as possible they get started controlling the technology to controlling the way in which the the architects work the way would which routers were they could could be imposed at logical considerations that would so the you know there are many things that have happened since then has gotten more and more complex and you know part of the reason i want to have this conversation with you is because there are so many things we can talk about whether it's federal wiretapping which we are you know intimately engaged in uh cryptography which john you know spearheaded uh our work in by by getting is to take on the bernstein case wins which proved that crypt rv algorithms reforms speech in trying to trying to stop strung cryptography was tantamount to two priorities restraint on on free speech which enabled you know in by the way uh you know the formation of real business on the net because without strong for dr fee nobody was going to trust financial transactions there.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Well i get the biggest news headlines to get the biggest new semis in scare the hell out of the american people who were suddenly getting really agitated about this after we we we won just about everything we took on at the beginning in fact we did everything we took on but we could we could see that there was a whole lot more to come because down in dc all the traditional media companies time warner and you know not traditional media companies like at t time worn tie at that time were were cooking up something that they called the information superhighway which was which was actually interactive television in know which would be you know buzz interactive's having a by button on your champ liquor uh but this would supplant the internet this would be better and you know the internet was basically regard as being a camera ado was not to be taken seriously and we had so we moved our emphasised dc to try to start fighting the regulatory uh processes that were going to enable information superhighway kill unit at a certain point in there we didn't realize that the constitution was local ordinance and that all these regulations were were also somewhat local in nature and that the real issue was mean mitch just casually dropped this line at one point that was our watchword now has been a resents architectures politics he said by which he meant that if you wanted to assure writes in cyberspace you couldn't count on the law to do it anymore you had to count on the architecture of the network.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Who i am not being a man any particular resources since the only time i've ever seen any of his resources it was the worst motorcycle i've ever taken arrive sza it had been in the rain and the the cover was off the back and see how are you oh you did uncover bag the weather wet fru but i get this this emails from giants is why i may not have the same resources as manage but would hundred thousand dollars and i wrote back and i said yes because that because i could see that these cases were actually going to get sorted complicated which they getting and at that point we realized that we had we actually had have an organization that it was not just going to be mitch and john gough cyberspace let you know like some kind of frontier o like the lone ranger tano i i guess i would have been time and you know establish peace just in the american way was gonna be trickier than that so that was kind of how we got started in it and first you know we we didn't really know what we're doing except for the fact that we wanted to make sure that this thing started out free in stayed free as long as we can make it because it had been made to be for it the people who designed the internet understood that isn't inherent characteristic was it kind of anarchy i once had a conversation with a gun in paul byrne who invented packetswitched networking which is the basis for the internet.
"john perry" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon
"Now at the time he published his declaration the internet was still almost unknown to most people back then even people who had access to the net spent less than one hour per month surfing the web and my job back then was to travel to conferences across the us in europe and speak about what a truly marvellous thing the internet was going to be in essence i was the internet evangelist for the company now known is rising and in my talks i read excerpts from the declaration which begins governments said the industrial world you weary giants of flesh and steal i come from cyberspace the new home of mind on behalf of the future i ask you of the past two leave us alone you are not welcome among us you have no sovereignty where we gather in quote and as you make guess well that wasn't really well received by those in the upper reaches of management but those on my level understood and many of those young women and men that i met at conferences are now leaders in various fields and hopefully a few of them still remember those rousing words of john perry's and they are continuing the struggle to keep the internet free but i digress when i first learned of john perry's death last week i began looking for some of his talks i could possibly use here in the swan now while he had been in the audience of the first series of the plank nrk lectures at earning man and he was one of us still i never found a way to work in some of the more tech oriented then political talks said he had given but this time my search was more than fortuitous.
"john perry" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"In 2014 governments to the industrial world you weary giants of flesh and steal i come from cyberspace the new home of mind on behalf of the future i ask you of the past two leave us alone you are not welcome among us you have no sovereignty where we gather we have no elected government nor are we likely to have one so i address you with no greater authority than that with which liberty itself always speaks i declare the global social space we are building to be naturally independent of the tyrannies you seek to impose on us you have no moral right to rule us nor do you possess any methods of enforcement we have true reason to fear reading from his famous manifesto a declaration of the independence of cyberspace that was grateful dead lyricist and pioneering internet rights advocate john perry barlow john perry barlow died this past week he was seventy we'll miss you and your grand vision of an uncorrupted and free internet which i must admit seem so very far away in 2018 you are listening to spark from your freddie's at cdc radio mm valentine's day is in the air and here at spark that set us thinking of romance romance nor is hard at work on her novel the podcasters wore red hair loose from its usual conservative pun she typed furiously assam on right passionately she type passionately so many solitary days and nights in the quiet of our study only the crashing of the waves outside her lonely it tasteful beachhouse if only she thought looking out of the roiling see if only i could find sustainable business model for the disrupted digital economy.
"john perry" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"Still headon on spark they freelance they respond to rapidly changing conditions and they become wildly popular in digital culture i'm talking about romance writers and they just may have the secret ingredients to thriving in a geek economy selfpublished shang became a really a viable business model for the first time around 2009 great and it actually didn't pay off for most writers but romance riders already had some advantages that help them out once they had this new digital platform that's coming up when spur continues asked no two two m noor young this a spark from your friends at cbc radio depending on what decade you were born in you might remember john perry barlow either is a songwriter in the grateful dead who cowrote songs like this one weather report sweden in 1973 or if you're a little younger you might remember him as an outspoken digital rights advocate and cofounder of the electronic frontier foundation in 1990 the f f remains the preeminent open internet activist group in the us today john perry barlow died this past week he was seventy as an internet activist barlow helped to publicise a secret service raid on roleplaying game maker steve jackson gains over postings on the internet bulletin board the f f funded jackson's resulting lawsuit against the secret service winning the case in 1993 and establishing a benchmark for internet freedom of speech over at least in terms of his internet activism the most likely be remembered for his utopic a declaration of the independence of cyberspace which he first red to corporate and political leaders at the world economic forum in davos switzerland that was twenty two years ago this past week here is john perry barlow reading part of his manifesto.
"john perry" Discussed on No Agenda
"But he uh he had a really bad heart attack in 2015 guy member you telling us that he was sick and you went to see him not too long ago he i saw him noon on hung out and he threw tell us about john perry barlow just so people know that we're talking with a very famous uh kind of a strange character who is the hippie first lease a hippie is of major league hippie and he was of a lyricist for the grateful dead nessie got a big reputation for being though we but he's tell started lecture onyx fun frontier foundation is a radical he was but he was a weird radical he was like voted for georgia wall less he was abs campaign manager dick cheney in wyoming his estranged guy and likable i've always light talking to him when he was sick a probably saw more to do their ever and he would i always like to bottoms he was a good at at he was a poet ya and wooded meant for me was when you just chatting with him he would turn of phrase every so adjusted in the bright amount of time every so often you'd hear him say some some things just of a just a different way as saying something and it was always fascinating he was the most interesting guided talk do if you would if you appreciated people who could twist them to us things around a little bit macomb interesting and but he added we had this heart attack and speed blame stanford uh med for perissol narrowly fully recovering aim was mitch and on twitter about it and he they never fully recovered that's the problem while the the so i met him the same tell him at you for the first time on the the set of the scene at pilot.
"john perry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The trans you this is the my talk now trending report 3 in humans this report is brought to you by adt linked in will john perry barlow lowest trending if you don't know who he is you have definitely hurt his music he was one of the songwriters for the grateful dead he ah penza songs a cassidy mexa kelly blues the black floated wind he had died at age seventy s yongai gister in his sleep so i guess they haven't given a full report on how he died but peacefully in a sleep john perry barlow are one of the lira assists for the grateful dead dead at seven dave sarah sarah silverman is training she just broke up with her boyfriend michael sheen and it's very hilarious she posed an instagram i guess uh kate beckons dale who other issues good friends with gave her mm's but they have a a face of a her and her now exboyfriend kissing and she released a very funny photo on instagram can check it out but uh a very funny i paragraph to go along with other which career right now but you can check it out by trust you and a hashtag eagles parade is going around right now the eagles are having their victory parade today i'm sure he'll be complete with drunkenness rowdiness feces consuming a beer drinking odds destruction all whatever eagles fans do i did congratulating eagles fan when uh when they won saw in our salt water under the bridge we'll see you next year that's a journey here mitag you could see for yourself on our facebook instagram twitter pages and of.
"john perry" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Eight three one seven one we do that with withdraw morris to coach john perry coach deemed now fourteen and a half over the michigan rooting malaga room did they would lay the best avid thought they played pretty good at pop too big plays on us uh they put the ball on the ground several times we never got it they gotta you know we've got to keep playing we're 24 minutes away with the first day championship measured as new got to go take it nikki coach god like you are account pre shake that so much in a different tone from coach perry each sounded agitate it he did he did it and i think it's because the the battle up front any time you get with fraud a little bit it can open your eyes in either the good thing that big thinker pearl right here's you've got to come out and have a good drive to start the second half each time off o'clock probably shortness game up a little bit because that's that's probably going to be startles mojo is try to run the football it'll be if you're defense a break the defense or pearl really needs to catch their breath you're in the second half against arbel they're they're trying to establish that run in lean on caught up with a good friend of mine greg cup stood with pnb sports they are the parole media conglomerate here got to see him at halftime and he just looked at me kind of have it look on his face it said i'm not too sure and i said man i like your chances i like your chances nice they want to look at france here joe mccarthy assistant coach for the pearl pirates and he said he would be you know they just seems to be this nervousness that we have an experienced at all this season and that could play a part here in the second half because the pirates are really be tested for the first time since that war central game and as the play this is a veteran football teams though they've seen it all they really don't fledged but they have been hidden a mouth like they had this year they see from the.
"john perry" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"I got chris mccann ben vossler erin web angus beaten matthew believes b d ovonic kinda amano paul affleck out of what was the name of that television show i love so much as sopranos no no one else nice alcohol south carolina or jamie battle area differ name i don't know at scarlett carson lindsey daniels dana do coban austin taylor uh i think it it it's cut off here my be cody beige or may be smart ebay schmunity i'm not sure jason saig mont kim shea alexander cam oh don chaney andrius own schramm sarah johnson meredith richardson lauren millie teed shane ah nicole rains nick snow david taub me a houston or may maybe hussin patrick swayze really it's spelled different though w s a s e y i wish they would remake roadhouse yeah it'll be fun yay yet there are no wooden don't wish for that because it will be bad brooke pony boy co waclaw amber robins gwendolyn wind joshua korenaga okay and now henry john perry tracy austin i got maggie mirsky melissa coal shumar brandon peterson brendan ymer john campbell junior scholar ssc a l e m s kaleem scheme jessica todd kyra cara gous jordan exander lee bryant faith trowel alexa harper terron feldman melissa flint erin millis jeremy folts andrew be smith all esa get us sharing needles with friends label and bob guess toyota syria's with reser their music podcast i still need to that they asked me to be a guess and i have not gotten back to about it yet but cheering meals the friends i'm going to be a guest on at some point i hope while interesting mark s wicket rafael take it all james quirk mega mckee tyler dean quillot stephanie mojo.