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"john whitmer" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"On your behalf to military charities up to three and a half million dollars. For the steve harvey morning show men industry very simple question. The question is what is your favorite christmas song. Joy to the world jingle bells only night sal at night. I'm dreaming of a white christmas. Nellie kalikimaka sing that silent night. Grandma got run over by ran over by route after merry christmas. Happy holidays by instinct. Jingle bells jingle bells jingle bells jingle bells on on in john whitmer. This was pretty baby. But y'all brown. What's your favorite christmas song. Joy to the world solid night. Holy night santa claus just roasting mariah carey. One question today is what is your favorite christmas song. Man phillies navidad around the christmas hain. Gov the missile on gonna get you bet was named that way biocide plays in bright red nosed reindeer a little bit. What is christmas singing. Michael jackson i saw mommy kissing santa. Can you sing christmas. The one from Charlie brown christmas the christmas tree or is it. The other.
"john whitmer" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Out to these structures. You always wanted to be prepared for whatever could possibly come up. I'm training for a type of event that I will be wearing this twenty, four seven getting off the couch and doing something as extreme than yes I'm an extremist. I don't think it's the getting off the couch aspect that makes you an extremist. I mean there's a lot of middle ground between getting off the couch and decapitating mannequins in the woods because that dude was purposefully describing the most benign part of what he was doing. It's like Hannibal. Lecter saying when if setting the table and listening to classical music makes me a cannibal then I guess I mechanical dude was the eating human live apart you eat humans I asked that to fifth. What about these militias? That if you WANNA address in Army fatigues and trained for war. You can do that in the military and they'll pay you and they give you healthcare. This is like someone picking up strangers and they just driving around the city for free man. Join Uber, get yourself some of those stars and look it's clear that these have a warped ideology. But a big part of this. Is just that these guys clearly need friends. They lonely. The scared of change this militia stuff gives them a sense of community. Because of toxic masculinity, the they can feel comfortable bonding is if it's based around violence. I just wish one day. One of them would just be like, Hey, guys instead of spreading all weekend canning beans shooting in the woods. Do you guys maybe just WanNa. Go out for Brunch. Thank you thought I was the only one thinking that I know a place that makes a great eggs benedict. So today's militias are less organized and more heavily armed than the original ones, but there's another big difference to. While, the eighteenth century militias were formed to protect the country. The twenty first century variety usually wants to rip the country apart most of the men charged with a criminal plot to kidnap Michigan, Governor John Whitmer have ties to the BOO Gulu movement..
"john whitmer" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Step four stay on the same sleeping schedule. Impossible. I, mean doesn't that help when you? What time do you go to bed state? I have my alarm set to go to bed at eight forty. PM isn't that a good time? Yeah. I don't always go to bed I mean I I rarely go to at eight forty but it's kind of like my reminder right that it's time to start winding down. You know I don't require a lot of sleep. So kind of depends what you're not going to be four in the. Morning? No. But a lot of people seem shocked that if they're up till four in the morning, they're going to look bad and feel bad the next morning right I'm serious it's nothing's worse the drinks plane to a forty year old man the concept of being on time the reason why you fill so bad at four in the morning is because you went to bed at three in the morning. Drunk. So, you're still drunk at for the money goes now the next move move number five action on number five, invest the first every day to organize your day. Yeah. Invest the first hour before you see a human. Best the first hour use your to do list. Use Your calendar, your planner, get up an hour before you see another human organize the day. Now Great News here for you folks Brian Tracy, the selling author and the motivational speaker he wants said, your greatest asset is you're earning your greatest asset is you're earning ability your greatest resource is your time. Your greatest asset is you're earning ability your greatest resources, your time, Steve when people go to your website, Steve Kerr Renton Dot COM and a apply for mortgages. If you weren't fist idiots about organizing your time. You wouldn't be able to process all the mortgages and in fact, I know a lot people in your industry that I have helped to generate leads. And they can't ever generate momentum with their career because they can't organize their calendar. Today, we had the John Whitmer radio show reached out to me on the show and we had the war room reached out to have me on the show and we reached out a Andrea K. reached out to have her show. So there's three radio shows I'm supposed to be on today. Oh, well, put because I know my calendar I was able to call the client and. Say Client. Will you be here today one client said actually out a town take you for asking boom right then I called another client and my three o'clock. He's Outta town today was able to move my four o'clock meeting the three. These are all like I'm planning my day I'm not just reacting I'm asking the question. Is it okay if I move this meeting from four to? Three. Is it okay but man if I didn't have my day, I wouldn't even know what I'm doing I wouldn't have. So again then what would happen is you'd never get invited back EXAC- whatever they call you at the time and you miss the time and that's right. Then you like I wonder why all these bad things happen to me I had an opportunity to be. On the war room and then just just because just because I was minutes late but just how they won't put me on the show and I don't get a call. If you're not prompt, it will stop out your dreams. It's going to happen a Brian Tracy goes to write righties. No one lives long enough to earn everything that they has no one lives long enough to learn. Everything they need to learn starting from scratch. To Be Successful, we absolutely positively have to find people who've already paid the price. To learn the things that we need to learn to achieve or go. So Stephen Somebody comes to work for you at Steve Kerr, intesne, DOT com. When they come work for you guaranteed rate up, you're going to teach them the systems. Now you said it only takes them a what we said about twenty hours to get the pre. Licensing Education. And about twelve months of mentor ship, they have to close you. You said twenty mortgages to close which by the way if you close twenty mortgages in your first year, you're probably in the top. Ten percent of all, because there's a lot of guys that get their license, they never sell anything they close alone you know and that's their learned. That's how they learn learn by doing there you go in your first twelve months you close one loan you only learned one loan, but if you close twenty twenty times as many now that math now, the next move the next, the next notable Cordoba I wanNA give you Brian Tracy Brian Tracy. The bestselling author he writes we will always tend to fulfill our own expectation of ourselves. So somebody out there listening right now you have an expectation that you're not gonNA earn a lot of compensation. Yeah. You kinda chosen that you've said I don't think I can earn a lot. Let me tell you what if you believe you're not going to earn a lot of money You're right. Right. But if somebody says I want to learn I, want to earn a lot of money. I WANNA make six figures a year. Can they do.
"john whitmer" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Degrees text forward to three five five one seven that's F. O. R. W. a R. D. two three five five one seven many jerseys first news five forty four is ringing our chief meteorologist Dan zero so then we have a nice start to today yes and then what cooler temperatures are on the way you know this weekend was fantastic was so widespread seventies on Saturday even hit eighty degrees in a few spots yesterday but today is our big transition here we had some heavy rain early this morning that is all gone now so it's gonna be a dry morning with mostly to partly sunny skies temperatures are close to sixty degrees right now and then by mid day by lunch time you'll see sixty five to seventy however as we get into this afternoon we're gonna hit a few meteorological speed bumps here with some hit or miss showers creeping in the wind will become a little bit dusty thirty miles an hour out of the north west and temperatures will start to fall so by tonight by this time tomorrow morning we're gonna see lows in the upper thirties to around forty so you start today not needing a jacket but you'll need one by tonight into tomorrow morning it'll be mainly clear and breezy overnight that tomorrow will be a terrible day with clouds and some sun and highs around sixty degrees just keep in mind our normal high right now is closer to seventy so we'd like to be warmer but there are going to be some bright spots in this forecast Wednesday not a bright spark cloudy showery and cool with highs only in the mid fifties looks like will recover nicely into Thursday lower sixties with clearing skies in a stiff breeze and I have to tell you this next stretch of cold weather I should say this extracts of cooler than normal weather is going to last through the week next week for the next ten days next big warm up doesn't come until about the mid point of May New Jersey won a one point five is time is now five forty five the state these new Jersey's first news America begin on Sunday morning thank you to announce later today whether schools will remain closed NFL is planning to start the season on time September tenth ESPN reports the release the schedule next week you're out the door forecast in New Jersey fast traffic is next to the radio you bring some sanity the world New Jersey won a one point road to the White House the presumptive democratic presidential nominee denying allegations of a nineteen ninety three sexual assault gets more support A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer adds a survivor and as a feminist winning a growing number of democratic women choosing to stand by Joe Biden we need to give people an opportunity to tell their story then we have a duty to Babbitt I have read a lot about this current allocation I don't believe that it's consistent with the Joe Biden and I know when I do believe John Whitmer joining other woman widely seen as possible by the running mates with burns CNN president trump's denied numerous sexual misconduct allegations in the past a fox news virtual town hall Sunday night a viewer asked Mr trump to act more presidential during news conferences he said he faces unfair and hostile reporters and referencing a past president who was shot to death they always said Lincoln nobody got treated worse than like an I believe I am treated worse chucks Iverson ABC news Jersey's first news five forty eight now here's New Jersey fast traffic route seventy eighties bands I would get a weeklong construction projects starting now it's eastbound side express lanes closed at the garden state parkway all traffic moved over to the local lanes I can see it on the DOT camera traffic is slow in the expresses your merger over to the locals that goes all week on the Jersey turnpike its construction worked with an eastern Superbike at seventeen for the Lincoln tunnel southbound side western spur one lane closed by fifteen eighty and southbound route twenty one is closed in Clifton from Ackerman Avenue to date Avenue because of an accident the parkway has a crash southbound side of the shoulder right exit ninety one in the break area north an accident cleared and there was construction but that's cleared by exit one fourteen Bob Williams do Jersey traffic north Joe my really Jersey traffic south of the road work a new pattern to add forty two north bound black first bike of three to read forty one it's still pretty quiet and no problems at all read seventy just be careful in the area of seventy and Lakehurst road in Pemberton where we have some ongoing road work and the Atlantic city expressway both ways by the egg harbor toll plazas in Hamilton township we have some ongoing road work in New Jersey fast traffic sponsored by cars dot com her shop from your couch with cars dot com connect with dealers to torque cars virtually search great prices and yes cars ready.
"john whitmer" Discussed on KTRH
"Men seventy percent of the vitality is in Italy are also among men medical professionals suggest that hormonal differences may account for that gender gap saying that women have more adaptive immune systems something we've known men are more prone to heart conditions lung conditions as well I'm sure a fryer and uses news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty KTRE the tools you need to take on the day news in the morning weather and traffic this is Houston's morning news with Jimmy Barrett and Shara fryer it is a six oh nine you're in Houston's morning news alright we're putting some prison labor to work they're buying a license plates they're gonna make facemask here in Texas Texas prison inmates making cotton facemask nope that's the bad news they're made of a cotton they're not made of the same synthetic material that you would find being used in most hospitals here's the ID I guess rather than synthetic material there cotton they're the highest standards according to state senator John Whitmer bought they're better than nothing sure beats nothing so they're gonna make about twenty five thousand of them this week for distribution again they're just kind of there is a back up this is not for medical medical professionals well I guess they they can go to health care officials but you know the health care officials realize that they're not as good as you would like them to be it's like a desire so anytime we got three M. just they finally got the clearance from the government where they won't get sued and now they are just cranking them out like crazy yeah can I also have yup we got General Motors medical professionals and and for those I mean these are the good ones are those interesting to young yesterday that you know the presidential you know basically Warrack powers that allow him to to dictate to manufactures what the manufacturers in use that word dictate your boarding stating that's the point I'm trying to make years they aren't they're basically saying we're getting so many calls from from companies that want to help Hey listen we used to do this years ago we can do this again leads to make ventilators decades ago we can do it again that kind of thing that that you know we're kind of wrapping up like a war effort here it's it's been amazing to watch how well businesses responded all this another reason why we need to take care of them and make sure that there's always politics all I know six eleven time for traffic.
"john whitmer" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture
"All right, Frankie. So it was a big Newsweek in terms in terms of just regular movies, not cultural events. But first big news of the week was specially near and dear to my heart, which was the trailer for chapter two, dropped and of this -ly super excited, considering pennywise is, like my spirit animal, or my patrol us. I love pennywise the obsession runs deep. I know it's weird. I don't care. But I thought the trailer was, I mean, a masterclass in trailers, like I love that it was essentially a scene from the movie, and then twenty or thirty seconds of quick cut stuff to tease. You then pennywise only gets a few shots, and then one line at the end which was perfectly creepy. The who so I mean, up super excited about this, I was surprised and excited that it became the highest grossing harm we've all time when it came out a couple years ago really excited to see how faithful they are to some of the stuff in the book. What was your reaction to the trailer? So, you know, me right. Like, I'm not a I'm not a scary movie guy. Because I am quite openly a humongous pussy. I think the last scary movie, I watched was the red dragon was that the name of it. What the, the moment? Hannibal lecter. Yeah. That was like teen years. With you and give Nash and, and that was a that was that was a that was a big moment for me. So I don't really I don't really do scary movies. However, I am a huge Stephen King fan as well. Not as big as you. But. And, you know, it I think is one of the best books of our generation of a written. So I, I am excited about it coming out the trailer. I thought did such a good job of making you realize how fucked up and just eerily perversely scary. This the, this movie will be I always thought the thing about Stephen king's books that were the most horrifying was. He has a way of writing these scenes in these books that are so weird in her almost perverse to the point. You're just like how does a fucking human being that that lives among us come up with this shit. Yeah. And in my opinion, about the beat to death, but this trailer just. Just set that table so, well, so. I'm going to see it in. I mean to me the casting looks phenomenal. That's the big takeaway, too. I mean just they really hit it. I mean first of all, I Jessica Chastain is on my laminated list of celebrities that I will get a free pass with if I ever get married again. So Jessica Chastain is listening. Just. No. You're my freebie. Yeah. From the opening of the show. She knows that you're super horny. Just a sexual being. So I'm in love with that cast to begin with James McEvoy. I think Bill Hader is like inspired casting for Richie. So that's I mean, everything looks great really curious to see how deep they go into, like, are we going to get to see turtle are they to do the ritual of Todd? I assume there's not going to be the kid gang bang at the end. But there be an adult game could be an adult gang. You never know. I mean, shut shut his chedda charges. Charred. I mean it's so one of the one of the things that nineteen ninety minutes series with Tim curry, pennywise gets killed for is how shitty the ending is. And I get like it looks terrible, first of all the special effects in that time we're just not good. But the ending of is so fucking weird and metaphysical and astral plane, I don't even know how you get that on film in what you do. So I'm really curious to see what Andy machete comes up with for how to end that story because it's it is like it's very unfilmable. It's so weird. It's impossible, even explain to somebody who hasn't read the book, Italy. I'm interested to see when they go down. Or do they have to the they have the, the crimson king's local on the wall that kinda shit? I will explode. You'll pop. Yeah. Pop- pop-, hard, brother. So the one thing I didn't like about the first movie was that, that dude didn't give the other due to hand job in the woods. Yeah. You got a weird obsession with Patrick Cox data. I mean you need to get help. Yeah. I mean it's like if we're gonna make the move. We're going to walk up to the bell ring the bell. You know what I mean? Go all in that whole scene in, in the book with Patrick hochstetter where beverly's spying and she watches him. Give Henry the hand job and then Henry leaves, and then she finds like the refrigerator filled with all but doesn't only legs kids does dance in front of the refrigerator. I. Yeah. It's so weird. It's like it's one. I mean, that's what kinds of scenes. Yeah. Everybody gets drawn when they talk about that. Weird scenes everybody goes right for the preteen gang bang. That happens in the sewer at the end, which admittedly is weird. But the frit refrigerator scene is right up there with, like what the fuck is. He thinking while while he's writing where does that come from, like, yes drugs? I guess the late seventies and eighties. He was pretty much on coke and LSD the whole time. So I guess drugs is where it comes from the other big thing that happened this week. Was that Disney announced like their their list of movies that they're going to put out for like the next? What is it like five years, or something, it's like sixty seven sixty three movies. Disney world. They're really do. I mean, we're getting, it's like eight marvel movies. Right. Four eighty five avatars. Yeah. Four avatars, which I, I mean, four too many, I don't know. I mean, what are believe I'll believe we get one avatar when I see it. He's such a wack job that I don't. I'm not convinced those movies will ever come out. I'm not convinced. He's actually even filling them. I don't know what he's doing down there. You know it's funny. Somebody said I forget who it was. But they were like Disney World built a avatar land. And somebody said to me on, on line, the other day name one character from the avatar movie, and I couldn't do anyway, I can because I hate I don't like avatar I think it's a global embarrassment that, that is the number one highest box office globally of any movie ever. I really want and game to beat it. I don't not like it. But I don't think it's fine. I don't think it's worthy of a of a land in DisneyWorld. Yeah. That's what I keep saying. Like I don't hate avatar. It's fine is just there. So it's not that, so we've got the four avatar movies. We've got another four Star Wars movies. Right. So we've got Rodgers Skywalker, and then we've got on the whole nother trilogy coming out, which I'm keeping my fingers crossed praying to God, that it's old Republic. I think it's gotta be hope so. There's like an Indiana Jones, five coming out. In twenty twenty one. Right. God. I mean, let's, let's pray Harrison Ford makes it there's. You know, there's a bunch of Disney live action movies now. Because that's what they do rather them, new stuff. They're just taking old successful cartoons. To live action, this bunch of those coming out. Everybody was like waiting eagerly on the edge of their seat for the live action, Mulan movie while you're gonna get it. The weirdest thing and I popped when I saw it caught me off guard. I was there looks like they're launching an ordinance foul franchise. Yeah. A site about. Yeah. So I'm pretty jazzed about that. I'm to maybe go back and revisit those books. I told my kids, I was like start regard miss foul. That was pretty big. I mean, Disney's just they are blown it out of the water. I can't. And And they'll. they'll, they also announced this week that they own. They own Hulu. You had bought calm. They have now. Sixty percent of Hulu, which I don't refer. All right. So you, you got to you got to see John wick three earliest week. Yeah. Did because I'm I got the fucking hookup bro, press badge. I mean not really I mean I do move reviews on the side for a website here in Charlotte. Culture dot org. C L. T U. R E dot org. And the dude that hooked me up with that little side gig. I don't get paid educated to go. See movies early. He was reviewing John wick three and took me as his plus one. And let me tell you John John wick franchises is fucking awesome. I love it is. So there's something very relaxing about gone to movie where you just don't have to really at all. It's like the plot is so simple the through line. It's so simple. It started with, you know, they killed his dog, and he's angry, and he kills a lot of people and essentially go on from there. All it is, is like the same simple plots except they keep adding spectacle on top of it. And it's you know, the director of John wick two and three is former stunt coordinator. So he's like graded, the choreography, which is it's really like canneries was on one of the talk shows and described it as like almost a dance. And that's what it feels like. When you're watching it feels like you're watching like performance. It's just like violent performance. Which is I have so much fun watching this, the crowd that was there was so into it, and then, like, you know, obviously I loved avengers and game. It's like maybe my favorite movie ever movie cost three hundred million dollars to make, obviously, we know where that is CGI, and special effects, and different planets, and Hoke in famous all this stuff, which is grit. They have to do that. But John wick John, Rick movies, cost, twenty million dollars, and they're super fun. It just reminds me reinforces that there's a place for, you know, smaller budgeted movies, and you could still do you can still make them a whole heck of a lot of fun. And I fucking love Kiana Reeves like he has most weird career ever. He just kinda just hangs out and does weird movies for like a decade. And then he'll just stumble into something that becomes a cultural phenomenon ticket powder. My my, my ten year old son asked me, if he can watch the John Whitmer. Movies. No, I don't know. Like I, I, I was like no, but then I'm like the video games these kid play these kids play. That's you know, I mean it's like headshot headshot headshot up, but I don't know. I don't think I don't think I'm going to let them. I think what I'm gonna do is I'm going to let them watch the first matrix. Oh, yeah. That's, that's safe. Right. The second one there's like sexy sex. So I can't he can't watch that one. Right. Well, let's think about John wick is like it's really just the violence mileage, and limos, you know. There's really not even that much language even with what's his name in it now that I'm trying to. I'm trying to think back to the movie I saw this John wick three that I just saw, and I can't even remember any curses and there's definitely, there's not there's no sex either. It's. There's no nudity or anything. It's really just violence and the violence, and this is like,.