35 Burst results for "John U"

The Origins of 1979 Horror/Sci-Fi Classic 'Alien'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 7 hrs ago

The Origins of 1979 Horror/Sci-Fi Classic 'Alien'

"Story, I watched making of documentary as well. So this thing is born because of Dan o'bannon helping John Carpenter in this super cheap comedy science fiction movie darkstar that utterly flops and he's horrified. He goes to the movie theater the author watches nobody laugh at it. The whole thing crash and burns. And then he says, okay, I'm going to flip it. I'm going to go from sci-fi comedy to sci-fi horror, and then they have this idea of the chestburster. And then what happens is this unforeseen confluence of HR Giga, this weird sexually obsessed, clearly from his imagery, Swiss artist, who is so obsessed. I mean, his imagery that becomes the imagery of the xenomorph, in the making of documentary that I kind of forgot. This guy who, you know, if you're the designer, you paint a few pictures, and then you sell them to the studio. This guy was on the set, sculpting. He was on the set molding. This guy was in it the whole time obsessed with getting it right. Yeah, and when you can get somebody of that caliber to come in and put that much effort into something, this is the result, you know what I mean? I just don't think that we have the same caliber of artistry in pictures today. Just because there's so many projects being made at once, right? Let's say one project wants a great art director, okay? They get them. The next project wants a great cinematographer. Back then, you had so few big budget projects made that when you got one, it was possible to get the best of the best in a variety of areas. And I think they just got, in some ways, they just got incredibly lucky with this picture.

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The Greens Are Obsessed With Controlling Your Life

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | 8 hrs ago

The Greens Are Obsessed With Controlling Your Life

"I'll tell you what immediately tells me you're not conservative. Is if you buy the green scenario. The moment you tell me that there's an existential threat to humanity. I know you have no critical faculties, period, and the issue. You have bought one of the gigantic lies of our time, which has no basis. No basis that there's an existential threat. Because of carbon dioxide. I'm not saying the earth is not getting warmer. I'm not saying carbon dioxide is no effect. I'm saying that it is a gigantic fraud. It is a lie to gain power for the left. That is all it is. Sick, bored, rich people. Run the movement. Like John Kerry, one of the great nothings in American history. Actually, I think a bad man. From when he returned from Vietnam to smear his fellow soldiers. Truly bad human being. I think that he ran for president as a statement about the Democratic Party.

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Why Do Teachers Ask Students What They Think?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:38 min | 9 hrs ago

Why Do Teachers Ask Students What They Think?

"You know another thing that teachers do and by the way, I've done a lot of research on this. Next week I'm actually interviewing the sky on my show, John agosto, who wrote this fabulous book, the death of learning. Have you read it? No, but it sounds so right. Gosh, it resonated with me so much. So this isn't just true of my educational experience, but it's also true of others. Teachers have this idea that the student, especially in humanities courses, like English classes, they have this idea that the students in the discussion should figure out what the book is about. And I remember in high school, we were assigned two or three chapters to read of a book. And then the next day we show up to English class. And the teacher wouldn't help explain the themes of the chapter or what it's really about. Instead, she or he would just allow us to talk about it. But we're 14 year old squirts who don't understand. Exactly. We don't understand. So we're just like, I remember I remember sitting there going, I'm so stupid. I don't understand this. Oh God. I thought I was an idiot. Don't touch a sensitive point in my own life two things. One, I remember the same thing, so I'd be in school, and that through so what do you think to teacher would say? And I remember thinking, who cares what I think you're the teacher? It's irrelevant what I think, and then another kid would raise his or her hand, and I don't really want to know. And I like the kids, not I didn't like the kid. At 15, if you, you shouldn't be have the same insight as the 50 year old teacher or the 40 year old teacher. That's why they're the teacher.

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How an Obscure Group Fed Lies to the Media About the US Elections

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 10 hrs ago

How an Obscure Group Fed Lies to the Media About the US Elections

"The newest addition of the Twitter files reported by Matt taibbi is not about censorship per se. It is about the use of the media. As a vehicle for a systematic procession of lies. In this case, the lie is that the Russians are actively interfering in U.S. elections and there are hundreds of accounts, maybe thousands of accounts that are nothing more than Russian bots and Russian propaganda that is being, you may say, engineered out of Moscow. It's Putin's hand that is behind all this. Now, there was an organization that claimed to have a tracking mechanism and a dashboard. In which they would list these accounts, reveal them to be the product of Russian disinformation and they were trying to do two things. One is to get the media to cover this story. Of Russia involvement in U.S. elections. Russian disinformation on social media platforms like Twitter, the group that was doing this, it maintained the dashboard, was called Hamilton 68. And when you look at Hamilton 68 and its board of directors, its people like Bill crystal, the never trumper. Michael chertoff, former head, I believe, of Homeland Security. Michael mcfaul, who is a professor, I believe now at Stanford University, John Podesta, formerly the head of the Hillary for America. So this is the never Trump neocons and the left. And also people who are like deputy heads of the CIA NSA. So this is deep state meets never Trump meets the left. And these are becoming increasingly, by the way, the same people. And so Hamilton 68 said that they were, they maintained this dashboard. And they would identify these sites, but as Twitter began to look into it, and this is Twitter, by the way, before Elon Musk. This is Twitter in the old regime. They realized that Hamilton 68 was putting out complete lies.

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Who Is Konstantin Kilimnik?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 11 hrs ago

Who Is Konstantin Kilimnik?

"Here's an article by the hill about Constantine Constantine kilimnik who just to be sure here Adam Schiff goofball spineless loser not a shred of human dignity at all The epitome of human waste piled 6 feet tall how did they mold a pile of human waste to look like Adam Schiff like them They get the color out How did they do that Adam Schiff goes on CNN And repeats this weekend the Russia hoax again because he was dealing with a Russian asset but he doesn't mention his name Why Because when you look up the name Constantine column one of the pieces that comes up is a piece of the hill By an actual reporter John Solomon And John Solomon notes talking about the Mueller report is what it doesn't state is that Constantine kilimnik was a sensitive intelligence source for the State Department going back to at least 2013 while he was still working for Manafort according to FBI and State Department memos John Solomon himself reviewed Kilimnik was not even just any kind of run of the mill source he interacted with the chief political officer at the U.S. embassy in Kyiv Sometimes meeting several times a week to provide information on the Ukraine government He relayed messages back to Ukraine's leaders and delivered written reports to U.S. officials via emails that stretched on for thousands of words the memo shows Wait wait hold on Read this again So the guy working with Paul Manafort who sleazebag human waste pile 6 feet high Adam Schiff Says is a Russian asset meaning anyone working with this guy is a de facto Russian asset too Was a source for the State Department and the FBI back in 2013

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Corey DeAngelis on the School Choice Revolution

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:38 min | 12 hrs ago

Corey DeAngelis on the School Choice Revolution

"Secondary impacts of this. In Arizona, for example, are the best teachers going to move to a model of, I will tutor ten students a week. I will make $70,000 a year and I will provide for my own retirement and benefits. Is that happening? Yeah, look, this is the benefit for students and families, obviously, they get a choice, but it's also a benefit for employees because competition in the labor market is great for employees. It gives their employers an incentive to spend money wisely. And then look, yeah, what you pointed out is absolutely correct that teachers will have more autonomy. They can start their own schools basically, and they're doing it. An organization called prenda micro schools that is expanded like wildfire in Arizona where 5 to ten children get together in a household. It's called a micro school. And you can essentially economize on the process of homeschooling. Families are already using the education savings account dollars to directly fund the teacher or at least more directly do so through the parent and cut out all the administrative bloat and fixed costs that you get with this factory model school system that wastes so much money year after year. And Washington Post actually for being a pretty crappy outlet published. And that's my newspaper. Stop that. I'm a columnist for now. But New Jersey, there was a public school teacher where. They had been in the system for decades. And the teacher left during the pandemic to have a smaller class size, more autonomy, and they were actually making more money at the same time.

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The Case for School Choice

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:23 min | 12 hrs ago

The Case for School Choice

"Now, Corey, I think it's been a revolutionary two years for school choice. Can you tell us what has happened? I think it began in Florida and West Virginia. It has spread to other systems, Arizona has gone in whole hog. Can you give us the overview of where we are on school choice? Yeah, it's been a banner couple of years for school choice, and it's all the teachers unions own doing. I mean, they just keep stepping in and over and over again. They pushed and lobbied the CDC to keep the schools closed despite Randy weingarten trying to rewrite history, which, by the way, a couple of months ago, I woke up on a Monday morning, probably around this time or a little earlier. And I thought I was reading it Babylon B headline, but instead it was a tweet from her in Ukraine saying that she was there at the front lines to assess the situation. What the heck was she doing in Ukraine? What was she going to do? Make the war go remote, like she did with our schools. But look, because they fought to keep the schools close, parents got to see what was going on in the classroom. And they started to see that they're sending their kids to institutions where they feel like their kids are being brainwashed for 13 years to hate them. So look, bode bakam said it best. We can not continue sending our children to Caesar for their education and be surprised when they come home as Romans, while the parents are no longer surprised. They've woken up and in 2021, we had the best year for school choice in U.S. history, 19 states expanding programs to fund students as opposed to systems, 2022, Arizona going all in with governor ducey and their one seat majority Republican legislature of empowering every single-family regardless of income to choose the school that works best for them, whether it's public private charter or home based education, and then in 2023, this is shaping up to be another record setting year. We had Iowa governor Reynolds passing a universal school assigning him to law last week at universal school choice program and also governor Cox in Utah just on Saturday signing into another universal school choice initiative. So over time, throughout the past few decades, there have been incremental reforms of slightly expanding school choice to disadvantaged populations and then Arizona being the first one to be the first government school monopoly domino to fall. West Virginia as well in the past couple of years. Now we're seeing these big proposals all across the country in red states. It's looking like a universal school choice revolution has ignited. That's

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The Change We Need

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 12 hrs ago

The Change We Need

"Well, I think you've seen as I have, and I'm frustrated by the media narrative that Joe Biden is not going to negotiate and that's good for the country's credit rating. I think it's terrible for the country's credit rating for our president, not the negotiate. When the house just flipped. And there's some easy things. My number thing to prove to people what we're talking about, I would zero out NPR and corporation for public broadcasting because they're unnecessary. And so if we can't do easy small things, how can we do big hard things? Yeah, I think Joe Biden does have a history as a deal maker in 2011, the budget control act was something that he and senator McConnell negotiated, which actually led to some containment of spending for a couple of years. Of course, nothing like that last forever. And so that's why here we find our back ourselves back on familiar ground. But I think it may be that this debate is important to lay the groundwork toward the 2024 election. Our presidential nominee and candidates running for Congress would then have a basis to run on this issue and then when they win, claim a mandate for substantial for a serious change, which we need.

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Senator John Cornyn Reviews the Debt Limit Deadline

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 12 hrs ago

Senator John Cornyn Reviews the Debt Limit Deadline

"For more than 20 years now. And you've seen a lot of debt limit bills that raise the debt limit. We've gone from 6 trillion in debt under 6 trillion in 2000 to 31 and a half trillion, do you think it is responsible for Joe Biden to say he will not negotiate with leader McCarthy? I mean, speaker McCarthy and leader McConnell? Absolutely not. Hugh historically, there's been there's been some savings, some structural structural changes in our spending, as you know, about two thirds of it is mandatory spending. It's on autopilot. Take out take out defense spending and it's only about roughly 15% of discretionary spending. But COVID, of course, we blew through about $5 trillion on a bipartisan basis dealing with what was a global emergency, but the Biden administration simply can't kick the habit and spend another $3 trillion in purely party line votes at the last two years. And so the president needs to step up to the negotiating table and his position now, I believe, is unsustainable. Now, I saw a leader

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Caller: Officers Need More Roleplay Training to Learn

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 13 hrs ago

Caller: Officers Need More Roleplay Training to Learn

"Wanted to say two quick things. Number one, situational awareness. And things like that and deescalation have become nothing more than buzzword bingo. I think what we really need is more role play training with the officers to go through how they can do it better. And I think the best way to do that is to show them situations just like this and say, hey, buddy, calm down. Calm down. We just want to get to the bottom. It's calmed down. And because somebody that's taught youth for over 20 years, I'm telling you, the youth need to understand one other thing for themselves is if you just hold still, be quiet, we can sort it out later. It's because of that. Sorry. It's what Chris Christie said about deescalation. It was a great point. Police officers, it's almost like deescalation doesn't get come into the equation. And it should. It has to. It must. You've got to be able to deescalate a situation as well as sometimes have to use physical force. And there's no question. Sometimes police officers must use force. But here's what Chris Christie said yesterday on ABC. I think one of the things that we learned Camden, New Jersey was the most dangerous city in America for about a decade. And we disbanded the entire police force and brought in a new one. And one of the things we did was not just what John was talking about before, which is used to force you to deadly force, but turn it on its head. We taught police officers and that's the skills for violence deescalation. That when you encounter a situation, how do you deescalate the violence rather than escalate it? So I think it's really important that you do that as well. You need to arm police officers with skills, not just to put it in their heads. Here's how. And over and over and over. No question, great point, smart guy.

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Bart Herbison and Doug Share Stories About Elvis

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:31 min | 14 hrs ago

Bart Herbison and Doug Share Stories About Elvis

"And I share a my birthday in his death day. August 16th. August 16th, he died on my birthday. And I told the story the other day on one of the podcasts about my next door neighbor Beatty, who, again, lucky you loved Elvis and everything and she came running across all my birthday party. He's dead, he's dead. He's dead. We thought it was. I mean, I thought of her husband and died and it was Betty talking about Elvis and died. And so, you know, the sharing this. So the last part where they actually showed real video of him in those last concerts where he was bloated. He was there. I mean, some of those actually, those are memories are not memories for me. Those are actually, I saw those concerts. That's all. So it was really, really interesting to just see. Well, one last Elvis plug and a story. Peter go around a controversial author. And he was very controversial when he wrote to John Lennon book and the Elvis book too. There's two Elvis books, careless love, and last train of Memphis. There are over a thousand pages, and they're so thorough. It's like he was in the room, so he tells everything good, bad and different. And I particularly love a lot of the stories he told in the famous RCA studio B across the street from my headquarters. And here's one. I got the privilege of knowing Chad Atkins a little bit. One of my mentors, the late Joe Talbot, took me to launch at a place called I forget what it was mauds down on music grow. It's not there anymore. And chat was there. They had a standing launch every Friday they were in town. I couldn't make this up. He sit there playing his guitar at the table quietly. And I looked at Joe and he goes, that's why he's Chad and he plays everywhere. So Chad is the only major artist I've ever heard of that wanted a closing act. Chet went to bed at 8 o'clock if he could. 8 30, he was a country farmer, got up in the wee hours, three or 4 o'clock in the morning. And so Elvis is showing up late or wants to record at ten, 11, 12 may not show up, sits in their place gospel songs all night, and he can't stay awake at 2 o'clock in the morning. So he calls Elvis's team and RCA and goes, look, I like the kid. And at that time, Nashville did not embrace Elvis. They threw him off the grand Ole opry. They didn't know what he was. But Chet liked him and saw that he was about to change music, but he said, I don't care. 11 o'clock tonight, I don't remember if it was four or 5 songs we do them and we're out.

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France buys new masterpiece for Orsay museum with LVMH gift

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 14 hrs ago

France buys new masterpiece for Orsay museum with LVMH gift

"France has bought a new masterpiece for the osse museum, with a gift from luxury goods giant LVMH. LVMH has donated nearly $47 million for a boating party by 19th century French artists Gustav kibo, the oil on canvas, shows an oarsman in a top hat, rowing his skiff on languid waters. The work remarkable in its realism delicate colors and almost cinematic perspective as though the artist was in the boat with the rower, went on display on Monday in the museum d'Orsay. The masterpiece was sold by kibbutz descendants, John Paul cleverly, and adviser to LVMH, says it had been one of the last impressionistic wonders still in private hands. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Grizzlies use Morant's triple-double, rally to beat Pacers

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Grizzlies use Morant's triple-double, rally to beat Pacers

"John morant had a triple double and jaren Jackson junior furnished 28 points in the grizzlies one 12 one ten victory over the pacers. 27 points, 15 assists and ten rebounds in his second straight triple double and 5th of the season. Memphis trailed by 12 before outscoring Indiana 30 17 in the third quarter, highlighted by a 14 O run, the grizzlies opened the fourth on a 13 to spurt and entered a 5 game losing streak. Benedict Mather and paste Indiana with 27 points and 8 rebounds. But the pacers lost for the tenth time in 11 games. I'm Dave ferry.

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New FTX Chief Mulls Reviving the Exchange

CryptoCurrencyWire

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

New FTX Chief Mulls Reviving the Exchange

"4 p.m. Wednesday, January 25th, 2023. New FTX chief malls reviving the exchange. The current chief executive of the bankrupt FTX exchange, John ray, is looking into bringing back the defunct crypto platform. He spoke to The Wall Street Journal Wall Street Journal, saying he intends to set up a task force to explore reviving FTX dot com. FTX was valued at 32 billion before it went belly up and filed for continue reading new FTX chief moles reviving the exchange. The post new FTX chief malls reviving the exchange appeared first on cryptocurrency wire.

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FTX Wants to Subpoena BankmanFrieds Inner Circle

Crypto Briefing

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

FTX Wants to Subpoena BankmanFrieds Inner Circle

"4 p.m. Friday January 27th, 2023. FTX wants to subpoena bankman fried's inner circle. FTX under John ray is seeking court approval to subpoena Sam bankman fried's immediate family. Joseph bankman, Barbara fried, and Gabriel bankman fried, as well as the exchanges former executives. A list

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Rielly scores first goal of season, Leafs down Capitals 5-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Rielly scores first goal of season, Leafs down Capitals 5-1

"Morgan rielly notched his first goal of the season and Ilya samsonov beat his former team as the Maple Leafs whip the capitals 5 one. Riley snapped a one one deadlock during the leafs four goal second period. Michael bunting tied it with a power play goal and William nylander and Peter Engvall at a goals in the second. Zach Aston resol scored at samsonov turned back 23 shots in his 6th consecutive start. Samsonov was perfect after Nick backstrom's power play goal late in the first period. Leafs captain John Tavares had two assists in his 1000th career game. I'm Dave ferry

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Timberwolves top Memphis after moment of silence for Nichols

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Timberwolves top Memphis after moment of silence for Nichols

"Anthony Edwards scored 13 of his 25 points in the third quarter of the Timberwolves fourth win in 5 games. One 11 100 over the grizzlies. Edwards allowed Minnesota to carry a ten point lead into the final period. Kyle Anderson had 23 points, and Nathan knight had a ten off the bench for the wolves. It was a disastrous end to an O one 5 road trip for the grizzlies, who lost Steven Adams, Desmond Bain and John contra to injuries on Friday. Memphis wasted a triple double by John Moran, 27 points, 11 assists, and ten rebounds. Dylan Brooks added 17 points. I'm Dave ferry.

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Charlie Savage's Reporting Suggests Bad News for George Soros Soon

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 3 d ago

Charlie Savage's Reporting Suggests Bad News for George Soros Soon

"The deep states freaking out about something they leak a story that says the exact opposite to these idiots So when this story in The New York Times popped this morning excuse me yesterday morning January 26th I saw it this morning By Charlie savage and Goldman attacking Bill Barr the former attorney general who's not even in the job anymore And John Durham I thought to myself what do you think The same thing I thought You applied the dipsy doo flipper and you're like holy Moses Dora must have found something Now I've been hard on John dorm the investigations as far as turned up no legitimate action whatsoever except the couple dog cases in court against sussman they lost which was a real case but it was a dog case in court the case was legit But it was a dog because they didn't get enough people to flip But I think we may have been a little hard on Durham And if Adam Goldman and savage are attacking them folks I think he found something I'm going to go over again what I think he found I'm not going to read the whole thing But if you read The New York Times piece he's talking about alleged hacked Russian intelligence memos in this piece These two authors these deep states stenographers And what he's saying here is that Dora may have found the connection between some of these hacked alleged hacked intelligence members in George Soros And then they go on to say but don't worry there's nothing to see here Basically John dorms going after George Soros for no reason which if you read Goldman and savage strategically you'll understand that means what It means the exact opposite that something's about to drop about George Soros

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"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:08 min | 4 months ago

"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's like coming up. And I'm reading and I'm saying, hey, Robert Jefferson is going to be there, congressman chip Roy, is going to be there. And then I read John's Muir, and I thought, wait a minute. Yeah. John's merick never never speaks publicly. He's too unfiltered for anyone to take him up on that. And even if they, even if they don't understand that, John himself will say, no, please. I don't want to speak publicly. Who knows what I'll say. But it says here that not only is Eric my tax is going to be there, John America is going to bear John, you're telling me this is real. This is not a hoax. I am sending my pair of long pants to the dry cleaners. Okay. The one I have, but the khaki, the one pair of khaki long paths. I have. So this is real. Yes, for real. When you're sunny pounds is a great woman and Christians engage is a great organization. And it's a 15 minute Uber ride away from my house, so I really had no excuse not to take part when they requested me. Okay, well, I'm speaking as part of a panel and you and I are doing an interview on the Thursday of that week, and then on Friday you're speaking, and Saturday I'm speaking. Well, it's a different, yeah, you and I are doing some other stuff, some side stuff. Yeah. And we're going to this is a real name. Bunny pounds is a real name and no joke. Stop it. She's a very nice woman. 20 pounds is a real name, and I want to tell you something folks. John's American and I are going to be at this conference. I said, I've got to clarify this because sometimes people throw stuff throw names around and he's like, well, he's not, you're going to be there. So you and I are going to be a Christians engaged dot org in Dallas September 23rd and 24th folks. If you can get there and don't, something's wrong with you, all right? And I'm sorry. Let me tell people. You need to understand. Christians engaged is the organization that they said we exist to help Christians be good citizens and vote and understand civics and take part in politics. And the IRS took away their tax exemption and sent them a letter saying, Bible reading and religious activism generally associated with Republicans. So we are denying your taxes of status. It was so obviously written by one of the IQ 85 people at the organization, when she challenged it the IRS had to cave, but she beat took on the IRS and won, getting her tax exemption restored. Well, you know, this good organization. I was telling Albany yesterday that over the weekend, I was in Colorado Springs. Now, the problem with going Colorado Springs is that the altitude is 6000 feet above sea level. I was born and live at sea level. And when you go up there, the lack of oxygen, whatever messes me up. And then I spoke at a conference, it's a Keras Bible college. That was closer to 9000 feet. So it really it really messed me up..

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"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"john u" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:14 min | 10 months ago

"john u" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To Friday. Welcome to the weekend, a little bit early. And how are you doing today as we get ready for some spring football games three in all tomorrow and we will talk to the head coach of one of them. We had the head coach of another one on yesterday. Let's get going here on a Friday afternoon. Auburn. Brian harsh and yes. Can they win with a run first offense? Why not? They didn't win last year with less. So we'll talk about it with Brian harsh and has up his sleeve, meanwhile, three players, 5 players. Maybe 11 players that big balloon nation needs to be keeping track of. Got a couple of transfers in there. A lot of good players. Coach Steve's had a fantastic season last year. And can they top it this year? They're going to have to work hard to do better. Speaking of doing better, all Jimbo. Jimbo asked a lot of tough questions yesterday in an interview. About being the villain of college football, about the NCAA transfer portal. Here's what he said. No doubt. I mean, I think there is a lot of tampering that goes on with them for them. It's funny when the guy gets the 40 he already knows where he's doing. There's a lot of school has been using that portal. I mean extensively. So I mean, they're getting guys like that. So I mean, I think that's a big factor. It goes on right now. And what's happening where it's happening. And the more you're going and I think managing your roster. I mean, you got people coming in and you don't know when guys are leaving. We've actually only had one guy this year. One guy will ask don't you get two photo guys in two years. You're constantly managing not only in recruiting into the next group of guys you have, but you're managing your own roster and making sure that all those things are taken care of and then like saying on a daily basis, there's always a crisis. It seems like good, bad and different, whatever it is, but that's the rules we live by. So we have to have to buy them. People talk about the portal. It's just not a very, it's like, hey, did you just go, did you see the porta potty in front of my house? I think that's a new phrase. I think when you go to the portal, I think there's more to that than what we thought. Anyway, we are often running here on a Friday afternoon. What about can you imagine going to a college football game and placing a bet? Well, it's possible nowadays, is it going to happen? We are going to find out. That is the new world we are currently living in John U bacon. We'll talk to us about that in a few minutes. David urban, joining us in our from now and the aforementioned Mark stoops at 5 p.m.. For your calls at 855-242-7285, I know a lot of you are golf fans and you may have been you may just have flipped over here after watching Tiger Woods first 5 holes at Augusta today. He is struggling. Unlike yesterday when everything went right today, everything is going wrong. He is a four over on his round and now instead of fighting for the top of the leaderboard, maybe fighting to make the cut. The phone number is 855-242-7285. Let's begin with Dave in Missouri. Hello Dave. Well, hi, Paul. Hey, the other day you had on a guy that was very entertaining. And he was an old caller and his name was Chris. Yes. Oh man, I really enjoyed that guy. He's now become one of my favorite colors. I have to go call in again. I hope he does. I hadn't heard it. You know, Dave. There was a time Christmas regular caller. I would put Chris in the top top 5 top ten list of all time callers. I mean, he is that entertaining. And the thing about Chris, he just brings a smile to your face. He's, you know, some callers make you just want to go through water torture. Yeah, it's like, what would you rather do? Would you rather listen to this caller or have someone literally pull your fingernails out with a no brainer? Yeah, Chris, for sure. Chris is the antithesis of that. Yes. He is. And I just want to tell you, I really loved him on that show. And I hope I get hearing again. And also, you talk the other day about when the World Series used to be on in the afternoons. Yes. And I remember that, like it was yesterday during rig herself, I must have been the 5th grade or something. Having a transistor with me and the guys under an oak tree and listening to the World Series. Yeah, I know a lot of people are laughing probably and going, no, these are a bunch of congers, but yeah, I used to do the same thing we would take a transistor radio, a small little thing. And they would let us listen to it during recess or during breaks. And can you imagine today? No. No, I can't. They wouldn't even be listening to the World Series on a nap. Well, because the world's going to be on a night. Yeah, well, of course, yeah. I mean, if it was in the afternoon. But yeah, yeah. It was a whole different time back then. And I love those little transistor radios. They were great. Yeah, they were. Hey, listen, thank you very much for the call. Appreciate it. Jack is up next in Texas. So hello Jack. Hey Paul, long time listener. First time caller. Thank you. Arkansas fan. Been watching your shell retired about a year ago, Arkansas fan, as I said, I want to talk about Texas a and a.m.. Everybody has good fans. Everybody has bad fans. I know you're kind of in love with Jimbo fishery..

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"john u" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"john u" Discussed on Broken Record

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"john u" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Robert us. Thank you you thank you. Thank you if i knew you needed trombone. My son plays the trombone. Yeah so but nice time. Next time. we'll get together in person. Radical road brewery green east where we normally get together with everybody outside of kobe. Dying we record there and we often ask our guest to play a few songs for the crowd so hopefully that kashmir to play trombone for you. Yes that again fluids yet absolutely gigging. Let's get absolutely so john. One of one of the topics are one of the segments that we'd like to do and we chop it up into you know one of the segments that we like to do is around las vegas. Hey this is actually you know the funny thing is. I'm totally blowing this. Because this is usually his category. Okay you do launch venues. I'm like all right into the bus here anyway. We like to ask about a loss thing. You place that you've played. It meant something to you was a wow experience could have been a really shitty experience with that. Some people bring that up as well. So can you share a venue. That's no longer with us. Yeah yeah absolutely because you know. There's only one venue where every single band i've ever played in like syria span has played that venue and that's the starlight lounge rest in peace in one liu so the owners are josh bernie Like they were always around on the scene. If you if you do live music you just know. Oddly you know those guys and ours always a place you want it to play an and then over the years they just became like a super supporter like so many great moments like like i said every banned from my first blues rock band jen militia punk rock band my soul music band at launch. My first novel there out played with Dating michelle they're folk singer denim sell at pleaded his band there The ban bands played there in fact we were scheduled to play their april first. Twenty twenty and the lockdown happen right before that was bush to go down and so we cancelled that show and it went under like probably six months after that. So yeah shot that venue because Really yours few venues where it's like. Every single time. I had thing it went down there in so many ways in so many other events that i never that i that were were it might ban shows but they were other bands shows or we were invited into do something might book launch A guiding jason snyder wrote a book called Three thousand miles of these kids who had a suicide pact after. Kurt cobain committed suicide so we had a show where all the local bands played nirvana songs and nobody had seen my ban and they put us on first and we just frigging. We were hot to try. It was like it was like a coming out party for my band because no one had really you know. The bands are always gigging. Same night so you never hear about vance. Never seen that night we were all there and we just like. We stole the show. Jason himself said that he sadly i talked to a couple years going like man. You guys set the bar for that and So many great moments there. Unfortunately it's like university talen live live. Music is is not favorite. Now we have jason jason coming up as a guest talk really. Think so talk about nineteen ninety one we do. We do in december totally blown. This a completely edited in post. I'm sure do yeah. Jet modern media is company. That's right yeah. He's on him. Because we're gonna talk about the influence of nineteen ninety-one mutt him and michael barclay. Yeah so so jason snyder. A while we're on that subject. He has also written about almost every art project out done since the ninety three bands. My both my books every album might anytime. I've had something to promote jason's written about it while so that's a you got not as far back as ninety one but you could throw that it. You'll best that we wrote. You'll definitely he's a great person to ask about how weird it was for me being a black kid doing music in kitchener east side from the outside right now. Who is just. i don't care. Do you can tell you how people looked at zoe. Israeli have been. He was one of the first guys was like yavne. Add living color bat bray. Gi man. i get it mike. Keep doing what you're doing. And he was like you know there was only will people like that. So yeah. Awesome shadow to the starling. Social club john. That song also amazing. Thank you so much. Thank you for for playing and thank you so much for joining us. This has been a lot of fun before we let you go. We want people to tend to listen to your music. We want people to pick up your book. I tell everybody. Where can they go to get the stuff. Yes so the saga king inside a boy first of all. I see them as a the memoir saga boy in the album. Saggy king is like like to have of of the same piece of art on the book is everywhere like i mean i was justin indigo at eglinton young and just walked in any bookshop like anywhere in the country. You can you can find it right now. So go on all the online places you can find it if you buy local ask local bookstore Be the havoc copy or they can get one really quickly so no issues there. It's on peyman. Random house The album same thing. It's online light wherever wherever you like to listen to music. Go this look of john. Orpheus cited king. Either one or both in and it's they're really proud of it really proud and you'll get at me on the social change instant. The twits attain the fist team All take them advocate. John thank you so much for joining us thank you. Yeah thank you great. Karam appreciate you guys. man awesome. Yeah you guys can have me on to talk about other stuff other than must stuff. I'm buick is down to talk about. So i'm just saying i'm putting myself out. Bank is once you get back into the bar and recording from there back in. Let's have a chat. I love it. I love it guys take care..

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"john u" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"This episode is brought to you by fan duel. Football is back and the best bet you can make is downloading the fan duel sportsbook app. It doesn't matter if you're new to gambling or an old pro fan duel has something for everyone and as an official sports betting partner of the nfl. You know your bets are safe. There's also never been a better time to use fan duel because right now you'll get up to one thousand dollars back. If you're i bet doesn't win. You can even turn a small wager into a big payday with the same game parlay bet. Just sign up with the promo code spotify places. I bet risk-free on fan duel sportsbook download fan duel today. Twenty one plus and present in virginia. I online real money wager. Only refund issued as non-withdrawal site credit. That expires in fourteen days. Restrictions apply see terms at sportsbook dot fan duel dot com gambling problem. Call one eight hundred gambler. This episode is brought to you by hp whenever you do your best thinking. The hp specter x sixty is ready when inspiration strikes with power saved for battery life and focus mode to multitask. You can do your best thinking whenever and wherever it happens. You can't always schedule when and where you might have a brilliant thought whether it's in the morning or before bed when you're at your computer or away from it thinking can happen anywhere. And anytime the hp specter x. Three sixty two and one convertible bbc with windows saves battery life or whenever an idea had seen him. Hp specter extra sixty a more thoughtful laptop. Hey guys welcome back to the show. we wanna remind a few people All of you people that we have a patriot where we're doing new episodes of our show cheap seats. We are doing them ourselves. We're finding the footage we. I'm so excited. We're about to release or is it going to really releases today. Today is a. it's out on our patriot. Eight a battle of the network stars. We always wanted to do. It couldn't get the rights. It is insane hotel that clip of cosell being creepy with morgan fairchild backed up in this episode. He crosses yes. I want some of that absolutely insane. Oh i recall live made fun of that as the never battle teasing as the swimming sprint had nothing to do the swimming. All now. it's harder. It's ridiculous to start you gotta you gotta teen up this one so fun and so good so we did that. And we've got other episodes coming up in the. Were just so excited to do that. So you got to join the patriots. Five bucks a month at super easy. Get extra content redo a little extra quick hit with john u bacon. Who's our guest today. And so like you get that. Plus weekly podcast. It's video stuff again. He does for you. Only yvonne dot com slash squad. Brothers join in and we. We should have a few thousand people on this. I agree it's just knew it started but the only place to get new episodes of cheap seats on our patriots. A wonderful thing. So that's at our dates for live dates but talks about this great book that john u bacon is written by the way ver- as comedians who put out new albums every couple of years. It is so hard to write a new book every every basically almost every year or two dude so prolific. The book is let them lead. It's a story of when you took over the huron river rats and my right and it's the real aim squared again the local. Yeah the river at the losing est high school hockey team in american history or in in michigan state has states that year is constantly is hard to be. Yeah and you took it over and you taught these kids how to teach them some really teach themselves the old japanese adage of you know Give a kid efficient and he has dinner and teach kit out. Efficieny basically eat work at longtime silvers he can work at lan john silver's confucius or it was Infused man arthur treater. Those guys i know. But it's who can keep those guys straight. It's a wonderful book and know. I think what's amazing is how much you learned. And how people learn when they give up the reigns a little bit. It's so interesting. I feel like jim harbaugh doing that right now. His coaching and his coaching staff. Even though he's digging into but he's at some point you have to know what you don't know and let kids kind of take over if life. Jason is randy. If randy sent me nothing else is what. I don't know so i started there as my dad said the title the first chapter when you're on the floor you can't find a bed you pleasantly left out is the fact that i still hold the record adhering high school for the most games in a here in uniform eighty six three straight years on the varsity with a few goals zero zero goals and a team was there a wins yes there's a combination that portends success will but you could tell those guys hey i'm bit i've been where you are and i've been where you guys have been and so like you know i'm not telling you as a guy who doesn't relate to you i'm telling you the as a guy who didn't score a goal in eighty six games when i was here but there were lessons i learned and you figure it out i just love the this isn't a story that happened to some coach in michigan that you don't know this is your story for the first time you turned of the lens onto yourself i was that a little weird at first as my first twelve books the first one maybe the last one in the first person autobiographical and of course i'm writing about people who was then sixteen seventeen fifteen whatever we're now thirty five thirty six so had to be careful there of course some fronts the way to tell the story i didn't realize came from rick wolf my editor on bose lasting lessons and also jack watches from the gut and a bunch of other new york times bestsellers. He said it's a leadership. Book as not a memoir. It's not just you know what happened. Everybody because i couldn't get into their privacy and so on as their former coach unlike friday night lights where he's reporter right so that was the way to frame it and that were done quite well in the cool part is because they're older. They sent me one hundred fifty pages of memories and stories and scenes. Best half of which. I didn't know incredibly so and that's all baked into the book. So you get to hear from the people who are being led to the leader saying your head did was smart stuff made autonomous. My players will tell you about well. They were great so it adds depth to it. I think than most leadership books do not have anna huge. That's this is huge their lives. Isn't it exciting for you. That like fifteen years later the impact of what they were able to what you guys were able to do there and turn around the way you guys is still staying. He's lessons actually go. I bet they use that in their lives with their own kids with their own work. Yeah they actually do of the fifty four players like forty five or now leaders of something which is very high percentages. Seems like and they come back in my backyard every summer for our barbecues and i go to their weddings. I went to bobby shahida. Pours and friday awesome. Yeah and they'll be there night. I'm speaking at the michigan theater doesn't involve you know i got to be there tonight. We'll get a beer afterwards off turns this book. This book is a great book. I'm just going to say If you are hiking if you're walking you can get this book on audible and listen to it or did you read it. I did bay so bacon. Read the book guy. Wrote the book reads the book. It's his life I encourage my wife to read her book She was like. I'm going to let someone else might. Now you're live word is your memoir and and so bacon. Read the book. It's a great way. If you're like i just don't have the time to read or i just don't have the energy right. Now listen to it while you take a hike. Walk the dogs while you do that stuff. Surely this podcast is a great person to support because he is doing. Brilliant accompany and you're leading people. It's kind of got some tricks. He wants things you want. Some some ways to this sort of this is gonna launch. You wanna corporate like speaking tour. Speak to. i guarantee you're going to be speaking to tons.

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"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome back the final. Few moments with john john We're all sorts today. It's crazy day. Stormy in the northeast. Part of the country where i am so you said you wanted to talk about something a little lighter you know a little tiny in the last few minutes so both suck on something sort of fun. The lighter side where you got what do you have. One of the reports are afghanistan. Said that the taliban is offering amnesty to anyone in afghanistan who cooperated with the united states as translator or any other of the roles that thousands of afghans played helping us to try to install a democratic government in that country which was of course always completely impossible. I trust the taliban per se you know. They're islamist murderers but we don't have a lot involved could options there. So i have a plan. I think the us the biden the buying rishi should make a deal with the taliban. Say look we. You're saying that. There's an amnesty for these. American people helped americans. We're gonna hold that we're gonna send observers to to to make sure that you are in fact offering this amnesty ending return. We will offer amnesty to the peaceful protesters of january six or currently political prisoners in solitary confinement in gulags in washington. Dc and you. The taliban can send observers. Who who will monitor. Our implementation of that amnesty. I think that's a fair view. You got to regimes came to power. Neither of them by democratic means to regimes led by ideological fanatics who you most of the country the country as urine unbelievers who need to be punished by the government. I think the by merging has much looking magenta missy or as little as the taliban and i know that buying and the capitol police and the fbi are treating peaceful protesters' from january six in much way. The taliban is treating a afghans who worked with the americans or women who don't wanna wear the so. I would like to see a sort of a reciprocal amnesty where these two rogue regimes of failed states. The biden regime and the taliban supervise each other's amnesties for their various political prisoners. I think that's a fair deal. I think just fair to meet john. I want to remind everyone who's listening. God is on his throne folks Worry about what he thinks. Don't worry about what your neighbors think. or what. You mean fallon thanks Worry about what. God thinks John what you shared about the the vaccine's basically we're compromising ourselves to get the vaccine now knowing that Off three lines were made with the help of of murdered children I we're we're we're strange impasse. I mean john doesn't strike you as at least fascinating that this is the case is it's one thing to talk about all these vaccines or not. Vaccines their experimental. They're dangerous. I wouldn't get it. Why get it stupid. All that's true but now we have the trump card so to speak the idea that were being asked for some kind of Pseudo-safety whatever it is that's being promised we're being asked to make them all compromise on this issue of the unborn. I just find it. Fascinating and mike arch fisher archbishop forgotten in the forward to a book and this was a piece printed life site news. He said the harvesting of more or medical research is a sacrifice of the firstborn murdered infants offer to satan and he pointed out that most children were boarded are the woman's first pregnancy so we got the first borne sacrifice to would-be told to preserve our lives through this virtual sacrament. And now they're making the vaccine in the shape of communion hosts we've got to go. That's not a joke folks. I'm sorry for the bad news but We'll we'll have more in our to please stick around john. Thank you so much thank you..

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"john u" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Started. Yeah better get one of those flashlights from the game show deep dives john. I warned you. Say it's been gilbert godfrey to mazing colossal podcast with my co-host ryan santo padre and We our guest has been a guy yano. Yeah he's done movies. He's done devi he's done broadway. But most importantly he is the first action shave in motion picture challenge goodnight gracie john. You're the best thank you.

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"john u" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Every day here and one of them is john u bacon great lecturer and writers so many books. Another other one coming out here in a few weeks He's follows the big ten. Of course the university of michigan very closely and john and it has been awhile good afternoon quite a bit going on in college athletics. How are you doing the doldrums. Right august Doing great all talk you. Well i just wanted to get. We've had so many views from this part of the country You're up there. You know spend so much time in michigan and follow the big ten. What is what is your reaction of the last ten days to nearly two weeks down here in. Sec country well first of all genuine surprise. What's not happen very often to me or the you. I don't think at this stage kind of the way i did. When i heard that record at the maryland joining the big ten in the same situation i heard nothing of it. So give texas and oklahoma credit. They kept it apparently secret even from oklahoma state which didn't go over too well as you know So genuine surprise and second of all the Okay what happens next. And this case it's done you see as now. I think established absolute football dominance beyond question which does raise a lot of interesting questions. And you'll get no argument down here but you know you're a follower. What has always been considered the crown jewel of college athletics for many standpoints. And i'm not here to dismiss the big ten. But if you're sitting there in chicago and kevin warren seat obviously has to be contemplating. What do we do now. The it wasn't his fault at rutgers in maryland came in and and quite frankly haven't having moved the needle one iota nebraska was supposed to it. Sounds good it so yeah. The status quo is fine but what are his options right now. John been worse at this point. I don't see too many great options. most are kind of hybrid notions. Of course the obvious one is trying to lure their name into the big ten after one hundred year effort basically show after fielding ticked off new rodney and then twenty three. They've been begging. Ever since i don't see an going back into farez. They've not been all that campus the last twenty years so if anything will go. Acc rude. I think everyone else thinks that. I think was a leap. So you'll beg for notre dame try to pilaf missouri which makes sense geographically and otherwise or make some sort of you know bazaars for conference with act twelve but left left. Whatever usc cla cal berkeley stanford. How one thing handicapping. The big ten president. In this case. It's certainly kevin warn is their insistence that any new members the members of the aau which is not the basketball summer league of course is the association of american universities which to fans track it. All only sixty two members in the united states florida vanderbilt sunni including the sec Taxes is oklahoma's not so some schools that might be appealing from athletic. Point of view will not be appealing to president. So really options are trying to play. Catchup wraps up. Make them bizarre Hyper conference which almost does that make playing games. You know hell berkeley so on your options that we are not very good and one guy one worry kevin warrant i think is mark amherst who i don't know why as a job this point. I mean he's gonna run the show you left by the way. I'm i'm no longer commenting on marc emery. Because there's just nothing more to say And you said it correctly a couple of things. You said there that i do. Want to a little clarification on one in here now and one in ancient history you said. Peel off missouri. What happened with missouri Ten fifteen years ago You know they had a dalliance with the big ten. It didn't work out. Why not i really don't know And that's a great question because obviously the iraq good Certainly would be very with nebraska now in the big ten of course Academically very strong fit So i'm not exactly sure what happened there other than the big ten at that point was not that eager i think to add missouri. Not the full court press. They did on maryland wreckers nebraska and so on furthermore nebraska probably saw the way. The wind was blowing There is contiguous. With of course the sec. They are with that. They can so big boy football. It's he look south not north now. How that's worked out from missouri might be open questions so perhaps they would be open to jump back over But what happened. There is a bit of a mystery here right. Well let me get to the thing. It's not a mystery because you are a historian at heart. And i've always been intrigued by notre dame. I mean if if ever school fit conference it was notre dame and the big ten now. They're quals. I married to the acc. But what what happened. I mean why. Why did notre dame and in the big ten you know have a standoff in that exists to this day well if you wanna fund that'll keep it short twenty three they can track meet alden anne arbor and they invited notre dame and those days. 'cause the only that's the big ten it's pretty casual Mishkin brazil illinois or the title feeling joost was ad at michigan it rocking the nuredaim mid one but the question was how. How often are the paul. Either sixers off or tweet was a range of meta. Not okay let me Could ever be the big net. So we're having a little trouble hearing john he's up. He's up In upper michigan. So so if i'm hearing you correctly and i missed a few words john but something that happened ninety ninety eight years ago Is still keeping your from from i mean. That's that's hard. I know i know. I know it's hard to believe because that's how crazy things are but that that is fairly amazing. Can you hear me now. Okay yeah we can't okay. Great well to close up that story yours got mad. Michigan's got mad at iraq for taking illinois side and said at that moment you will never be in the big ten and he meant it. So for twenty thirty years until about the sixties Names always wanted to get back to the big ten. They finally gave that up and iraq. Of course collared by pornog- lahey and others that are very brilliant thing. 'cause dilemmas made wonderful lemonade playing in major cities of course boston chicago. La with usc become the first national brand. So after that. And it's the notre dame alumni who refused to join the big ten eighties occasionally flirted with the idea but the notre dame alumni are very proud. They love their independence. And they've got a thing for the big ten based on as you pointed out ninety eight years of history. Incredibly yourself stats. College scofflaw doesn't matter. Baseball sure doesn't college football. Well that and that is really a fascinating story..

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"john u" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Halford eight is another week by the way it's a new month old old man. July is finally gone. A month out was a lot of news breaking. But we're in a new month and maybe things will be a little bit calmer as we countdown. Today's to the college football season. Let's begin with some headlines and you may have missed this over the weekend. Yeah the athletic director at ohio state. How many times have they been left out as the number five team jeans mrs. Let's let's take a pause here on this playoff He didn't say it but he didn't send you. Maybe this nefarious things going on with that Sec guy in the middle of the cfp. Greg sankey join just the other day and had this response. We are not the conference. That's been clamoring for college. Football playoff expansion. That's come repeatedly from others from commissioners from presidents or chancellors of universities athletic director's head football coaches even in the media. The call for college. Football expansion has been present. We've said and i've said to you. Many times for has worked is working. Continue to work. And i've even said that subsequent to the identification of a format for consideration and we need to understand. That's exactly where we are in this process. Here's a format. After looking at a variety of options in the charge for those of us appointed to a working group was to check our low goes or conference ball caps at the door and think about college football. So let's just be candid. The pac twelve hasn't had regular access into the playoff. I i happen to be one who thanks an adjustment that that opens up should be considered and so the allocation of automatic opportunities for conference champions is a nod to offering that consistency of opportunity for many We could simply stay with the four. Best teams i. I'd be satisfied or interested in discussing that further if there are concerns about the twelve team format entered but i still think the values and the fundamentals and the objectives present and are working groups consideration are relevant today even with the breaking news of this. We still shaking my head about the last week anyway. That's not the headline that we have to share with you today. It's maybe the most important. What about the game schedule for the sec. That has been push for years. In fact nick sabin has been arguing for that for at least ten years some speculation one from andy staples is it could happen. I think it's going to happen. When is the question. When does all of this go into a fact Is it divisions as it fourteen pods others have suggested there's questions that still need to be unpacked. But something tells me that in a dark room in birmingham right. Now there's An associate commissioner working on that So we will keep you up to date. Meanwhile seismic changes mean a lot. I've been maysville Remember ivan. He's certainly been one of the key figures in modern college football history from the writing standpoint. He'll join us to talk about those seismic changes in just a few minutes and the guest list is here and we will talk to john u bacon. Somebody can tell us what to you stands for. You will win the bacon Jv from From north west. Arkansas josh burt. Cheney joins us from the red zone with j b The aforementioned ivan amaze oh. He's he's he's he's not a writer anymore. He's a vice president. He in comal harris that much in common gene stallings college football hall of famer. He was once a junction boy at texas. Am he later coached. Texas am corsino from alabama winning a national championship in ninety two. He was also in the nfl and we will get his first opinion. Is i take it what it means to the sec. Another texas is involved. Don't forget coach. Stallings was a member of the texas board of regents back in two thousand eleven when they made the decision to come to the sec any also was a key player in college camps. Are they open. Yeah they're about to be open any day now so bam opens up at the end of the week first. Full day pads stole more than a week and a half away from the east. We have Stools stools about to open about the university of tennessee. Josh hypo that happens in in today's may the fourth be with you. Maybe august fourth be with you and everybody else pretty much opening on the six. I'm not sure why some clubs are not sure when they're going to open but they can call us and let us know when they do. Let's do this. Let's get to the phone call. Eight five five to four to seven to eight five. We begin with philipp. Who starts it all off. good afternoon. Philip we'll get land question for you. bama had teachers scheduled date with oklahoma and texas already How those going to those just going to go away. Or no phillip. I don't think anyone knows the answer Because in two we get a start date from the sec. In from oklahoma and texas. I think everything is up in the air. No i'm sure if you're the athletic director at these schools you are making plans. It's a simple phone call. Okay listen if this goes into effect on that year. Then we'll do that or this. But yeah those games i think alabama and texas play maybe in two years so Everyone has to have a contingency plan. And i think at some point here in the next few months. We'll have a better idea right now. I don't think anyone really knows. But until the litigation rumors clear. And and still bobble until bob dole's be Starts dealing with networks and other people as opposed to making threats. I don't think we're going to have a a really a very good idea on on what is going on. Let's continue with more calls. And steve is up next in florida. Hello steve good afternoon. How how you doing steve. I'm doing well thank you. Okay yes sir listen. Only body is focused on this this expansion and we're all related in sc. Say i'm a. I'm obama fan. I love it. But i think the the the real focus should be on this in. I l i mean were you ever nineteen years old and if you were what would you have done if somebody if two to three hundred thousand dollars just fell in your lap. What steve first of all the answer to your first question is. I know i was never nineteen. I went from i completely skipped nineteen. It was just not a year wanted to encounter the bottom line. Is i wouldn't have had any idea and i'm not you know i'm stating anything here. But the obvious. But when i was twenty one years old as a senior in college i made forty dollars a month as the sports editor of the school newspaper and i always thought i was rich. all kidding aside. I mean that that was a lot of money to me back then so i could not have imagined what it was like to have to be making a couple of hundred dollars or in bryce young's case eight or nine hundred thousand dollars. There's no way i can i can. I don't think. I mean there may be a few trust fund babies out there but most of us didn't couldn't relate to that. Well i wanna make you throw it out there. Es how how do we preserve the team concept if these kids are gonna make fat and then eighty percent of the team in gonna make like they don't know much at all. I mean i'm worried about that. I'm worried about that Steve concern thank you very much. I don't think anybody knows the answer to that. And we're we're going to start seeing here in a couple of weeks but The coaches with whom i've spoken to privately are really upset about this. No football coach in in this league or any league can't afford to go public and be upset about it because there's just too much stake but they're your your feelings are shared by many many people. Wests is up next in mississippi. Hello west hey paul. How are you this afternoon. You're doing great. Hey paul a couple of things. I just wanted to start off by saying you know for this expansion. I'm on a well. Travel football fan. And i will say i think norman oklahoma is about his as he see town is as any to be honest with you and i would also argue stillwater oklahoma..

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"john u" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"This episode is brought to you by the nba. From the squeak of shoes on the hardwood to the tips of their fingers. It's mesmerizing dance of jaw-dropping downs heartbreaking blocks and mind-blowing steals. It's the most fantastic athletes in the world. Who make your heart beat out of your chest and make you want to jump into the screen and be right on the court with them. That's the nba. That's game don't miss the nba playoffs going on now. Guys always love hearing from this guy. John michie is joining us now from london. It's a little noisy where he is so bear with us because he's got a courtyard. We cannot turn the sound down on his courtyard but always delighted to catch up with johnny and want to start with something a little lighter than usual instead of the heavy stuff. I know you've got some real strong geeky. When it comes to the star wars franchise. I didn't know whether you had some geeky and other realms as well yes yes malvinas excellence. Dc universe less. So though i'm here for one one so tell me what you liked best. I don't know much about this world. This is not cozy. How is it possible especially for you. You are the archetypal. I expect you to go home at night. If i know you better if i looked at jeb you are home night. You are shooting deeply in the face on a video game and and swearing fourteen year olds who obedient. That's what i would have imagined but the marvel universe is. I like all that kind of stuff. It's escapism. i'm just icon. Spend my days doing the work i do and then watch twelve years a slave. Something i did ted. You can't do it. I need. I need it to be something a bit more. Escapist it's coming..

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"john u" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"But nothing ever happened the generic name in europe. This time for the emperor was simply prester. John ethiopian sent representatives to the fourteen forty one council of florence and were deeply confused as to why everyone kept calling their leader prester john as with asia eventually increased knowledge about put a damper on the prester john myth and that and if you opium's continually saying we don't know who pressed her john is however that still didn't totally kill off the legend. When the first explorers from europe sailed to the americas they were keeping a lookout for prester john just in case he might pop up somewhere in the western hemisphere. In hindsight the prester john story does seem a bit far fetched however there is a small kernel of truth from which the rumors and legends all began for example when the first stories appeared about prester john being in india there actually was a christian population in india on the west coast near the modern day city of koshi. Christianity arrived there by at least the third century. Perhaps even sooner there were some trade between india in the middle east so this knowledge probably got around likewise the stepfather of gingas. Kahn was in fact a christian as well. He was an historian christian as were several other members of genghis khan's court ethiopia was and still is a predominantly christian country. In fact it was one of the first countries to ever become christian. This fact would have also been known early on especially before the rise of islam. The prester john myth can be thought of as mostly mix of a small bit of truth with a lot of wishful thinking. Andy profound ignorance of geography. The hope for a distant king who would come and save. The day was so great that it kept the story alive. For centuries the legend of pressure. John keeps appearing in comic books and other works of fiction including getting a mentioned in shakespeare's much ado about nothing. The lasting.

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"john u" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Origins of the prester. John story go back well. Over a thousand years. As christianity spread across europe the rumors of other christian kingdoms far away in asia. European certainly knew about asia. But they didn't really know much about asia. Good information from the east travel slowly pass through many hands. If you remember way back to my episode on if the ancient romans and chinese knew about each other what they knew was very vague at best and there was really no direct contact. This situation didn't change after the fall of the roman empire if anything the breakdown of a central government may trade harder and decreased what little information these parts of the world knew about each other. The i confirm mention of prester. John that we know of comes from the cronica of auto van freeze engine from the year. Eleven forty. Five key recounted how the christian emperor in the east was going to assist the europeans in the crusades but he was unable to cross the river in modern day iraq. Just a few years later and eleven sixty five the fabricated letter of prester. John became a meme that's spread throughout europe. It was this letter that really turbocharged. The myth of prester john it was address to the byzantine emperor manuel communists and was sent from the supreme. Ruler of the three indies. The writer who identified himself by the title prester john claim to rule a massive kingdom with seventy two kings below him. You listed all the exotic animals in his kingdom which today is sort of a giveaway for the letter being fake because it was a hodgepodge of some animals found in asia. Like tigers and others found in africa drafts. The letter goes further onto say how rich and powerful his kingdom is in one day he would like to visit the church of the holy sepulcher in jerusalem. This was really exciting. Stuff for european christians in eleven. Seventy seven pope alexander. The third sent prester. John reply but of course he never heard anything back over the years. This legend didn't disappear. It actually grew over time prester. John is the name would imply was both king and a priest. According to the legend he was descended from one of the three wise men. In the bible the initial location of prester john was originally somewhere in india as indicated by the supreme ruler of the three indies line in the letter..

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"john u" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Glowing Up

"A doctor the other day who was like hyper conservative and was like asked me if i smoke marijuana. Yeah and he was like he said marijuana aydin sorry river but but he like fully was he was like you know that in twenty years he was like we could have like. There's no research on my mom. Says that's her whole that whole rap on he was gonna opioid crisis. If that were true then it would already be the case. So many people smoke weed. What are you talking about like anyway. It was so insane. He also likes scared. Medical professionals like even if on crazy and conservative. I get scared when they told me. Now i add others. I another signifier. Because he walks in he goes you take among propecia when speaking of self care proud of it. How does stigma stigma about hair loss or being on propecia bacon. Good unless you so much. So i'm i've known him for a while but i he like he goes. He goes so first thing he said. So you're on probation. I was like yeah. He's like for what. And i was like hera and i was like you know duh. And he was like he was like oh he oh he was like we. You know we use that to treat like prostate issues. And i was like. I have heard that like you know. Of course it's a it's like connected to that stuff like its credentials like hormones and like and like and And he was he was fully judging me for using it cosmetically he. He's like why so. Why do you use cycle. What john was this through my. It felt like it is essentially talk. It's like i went on my goddamn insurance website. I'm like your primary care physician. Here's four thousand names and no more information. Oh my god. I tried to correct this cycle. Like looking up the doctors on the insurance on leaving dr on yelp. I'm at my lowest reading reviews for people that are reviewing doctors on yelp. Trust those people this guy because also he was like marijuana he kept coming back to it like completely moving. You have to be careful. I was mumbling it. And then like and then he. His assistant was like before. I came in choosing. Who do you live with. And i was like. Do you live with anyone and i was like my boyfriend. And she's pause. I'm just gonna say family. And i was like an injury phobia. Is this like an administrator thing where there was not a check for like boyfriend or girlfriend. All's fair but you could tell you that it was a box or stupid form. Where was this cash. Blonde with a kobe. Ewart hash was like y'all are.

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"john u" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

Death of a Film Star

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Death of a Film Star

"Say it feels like scoring a touchdown in the rose bowl. They don't tell you the rest but not around long enough usually okay. It's thursday the fourth of march nineteen eighty two belushi ghost his manager and asked for money hundred dollars. He says it's for guitar. The manager says no falls. New york speaks to his old mates. Don aykroyd aykroyd doesn't like the way he sounds hates the rumors. He's been hearing. He says the belushi. We could do a cruise leave next week. Guess i'm seeing cleanup talk about new projects. Belushi doesn't seem to be listening so says you've got to get on the boat and baluchi starts screaming and yelling. Who the fuck you. Why are you picking on me. He slams the phone down. He asked his manager again. Can i have fifteen hundred dollars in cash. The managers got a visitor. Wrote a big player in the movie industry so this time he doesn't argue he says short john. Get yourself a birthday present. Get the gets are belushi. Goes out finds kathy. Smith gives her the money gets her to buy heroin and coke at eleven pm. They go out to a ball. the strip. That showing repeats of saturday. Night live on the tv screen belushi. What she's drinks. Chews up coke in the toilets robot the narrow popes he's thinking shuttle to the main hotel and have a drink agreed to meet later at the bungalow. It's two in the morning now. Friday the fifth of march baluchis in the car. Park buying coke off a dealer guest in his mercedes and drives back to the chateau kathy smith in the passenger seat this visitors when they get back to the bungalow robin williams has been doing stand up at a club down the road pushing himself testing stuff out a still wise they comes. Cooling does a few lines of belushi. He watches as belushi stops. Seems to fall asleep head nodding only to jerk back up again. Five seconds later. It's too much for williams this in this mess. He doesn't like this woman doesn't like how john looks. He.

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"john u" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"john u" Discussed on Underrated

"You know Or expressing great reviews of it as well did get mixed reviews. I think fifty percent rotten tomatoes. So right yeah definitely. There's definitely a word of mouth kind of of contribution to these types of movies and if nobody's gonna go watch or people watch it say now it's not really worth your time Then yeah they probably won't I think this is also about the round the time like that. Those other tarzan movies time is time is really hard. It was way before it was way before tarzan those shoes tarzan movies. Starting one of the scars guards the handsome skarsgard. Yeah yeah Oh my god. I i completely forgot about that. I fell asleep attention awesomely. Yeah so i. I think it just didn't capture anybody's attention. I think that's at least for me. I think that's what can i contributed. It's like lack of of success. I agree with the area. Like is Part of it was like the reviews. Probably the marketing. Because i did see. I i remember going to conventions i. I saw a lot of marketing for it the year before but then afterward there was a lot of bad marketing where i i don't know what they were trying to do. I don't know if they were trying to be like. Hey it's like this big new sifi bay kind of thing but it's like swashbuckling Parrots pirates of the caribbean kind of thing. But i just remember like hearing a lot of this is the pirates like the new pirates kind of thing that that's what i remember hearing a lot and i think people were just like i don't want a new pirates more pirates can also too. We were the two thousand twenty tens now becoming this comic book kind of thing. Where like avengers. Drop that same year and i felt like that just cemented like hey comma. Bubis are fucking in now like this is like their golden age so that might have been a thing to were. Maybe just john carter just came out may be.

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