17 Burst results for "Josh Meyers"
"josh meyers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Any resource is that we have available. Obviously, we have to take care of our own citizens first and foremost. I do think we have. The resource is in order to do a little vaccine diplomacy here. That would not only be the right thing to do, but it will also help us deal politically in terms of building a bridge and deepening our ties with India. I have to believe you know you're the legal expert, not me. That we can do that in a way that still protect Our drug companies, investment in innovation and various vaccines technology. Really what is critical about why the United States tends to lead the world in pharmaceutical innovation? Um, you know, I haven't yet discovered what? How to thread that deal. Exactly. That's why I know how you give them a giant subsidy for doing it. You compensate them for pension suspension, and it becomes so expensive that we do it very rarely, but those companies shareholders who are being punished. Are compensated for the fact that their interest must be sublimated to those of the United States. National interest into the Indian people. By the way, it also do it in Colombia because we have a crisis in Colombia. I only have a minute for you. Are you tracking our strongest ally in South America is under siege from the left, and we got to help them. Absolutely. And I tend to think that we neglect our own hemisphere. Just because we've actually been historically blast in terms of, you know, having neighbors that are relatively friendly, you know, it didn't tell something washes up at the southern border. Itself. We tend to neglect what's going on further South and South America and we do so at your own peril because obviously, the Russians and the Chinese are heavily engaged in South America. They're expanding their influence. Medications. Iran is expanding its influence as well in that area, So we have enemies in that in that area. We have allies as well. And we need to stand up to our enemies and support our allies. 100% agree Congressman Mike Gallagher of the Great State of Wisconsin. Good to talk to you. Just remember when you needed the center. You got Josh Meyers from Ohio State. If.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Tau another episode of dumb people town population. You relation jeremiah. Standup jeremiah watkins. What's up buddy. I did your twitter. It's great thank you i appreciate. Yeah yeah my birth name is now jeremiah stand. I think it just calls me that. It's really awkward handle we were. We were doing one of those Stereo apps shows. You're kind enough to leave us voicemails and someone asked us what we missed most and it was hanging out with you said that afterwards. I don't know if you've got listening. But we said we missed three of our favorite shows in the world. The goddamn comedy. Jam kill tony. Cause i you know what i love about actually is the hangs. I love the hangs late at night but then i also love the like quick in passing. Hand your friends that you haven't seen and jeremiah. I saw each other in the registration hotel. And i think you had just flown in from new york you to be in austin for twelve hours and then you were flying back to new york or satirical and we'd like those moments when people like what do you like. That's the shit. I miss of like. Whoa like. hey and then later. Right like i mean even warming up for the jam and singing our song and just goofing around with you kill tony. Another one rose battle of course and stand up on the spot. These are all like four of our my favorite shows. That aren't straight stand of shows to do and you are the constant in all of them. Brother they're fun theme shows. Yeah i'm happy to be a part of a lot of different shows. so yeah it's cool and Did i ever tell you guys. I don't know if i ever mentioned to you that. I almost die aid trying to reach out to you. Guys jason and randy moon tower. O when what. I was literally i just gotten daniel. You talk about like get it. Being excited like seeing people at festivals. i literally had. We just got off the plane. And we're like checking in a couple years ago moon tower in austin and i literally didn't look across the street from traffic or anything. I see jason randy across the street. And i go. I literally said a lot of go. Sklar brothers and i started walking out in the street. semi Josh meyers polls the back of my shirt as a semi comes by you bid a just jerry. And of course he'll never let you forget that he saved your life so that's list get live back.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Graduate student, he's pretty good. He averages almost five yards per carry. First down from the 24 yard line. Servant into the backfield next to Justin Fields. Two receivers left one right handed off. The sermon who runs left over the block of his left tackle gets to the 35 to the 40. And that's where he has stopped. See what we're saying. He's a pretty good runner. That's a gain of 16 yards. Yeah, across from the mid hast over the left has to the left numbers for the 16 yard game, and one of the things is well, how's that gets the ball back so they can run the football and run down the clock. You can get a two for one opportunity 7 15 and counting to play here in the first half, Wilson's in motion to the near side. The Olds takes the snap hands the ball off again to sermon sermon over the block of his left guard up to the 45 moves the pile of the 47. That's where forward progress will stop him, even though he goes back a yard or two. That's a game to seven yards. Josh Meyers, the center really pushing the whole pile right there, a seven yard gain after a 16 yard gain. Ohio State's rolling and now everything's available in the playbook. Well, you mentioned before how they've outscored their opponents in the second quarter. It's a measurable fields in trouble breaks away runs right. He's sacked. Take it down at the 44 yard line. It's the third sack of the day for Indiana's defense. That was excellent pursuit all the way around for the Hoosiers because they did not give up from the word go. Yeah. Michael McFadden. Mist Mist Justin fields at first Erin Casey, linebacker for Indiana came and then he left coverage, which is a dangerous thing to do against Justin Fields and solidified the sack. That was a huge play to bring up third down. That's his first sack of the year. It's third down and five the ball back to the 45 yard line. 609 to play first half 14 7, Ohio State. Fields from the gun drops back to pass pressure's coming throws underneath passes complete underneath. He's got a man willing to the near side. It's in get Bob Smith and he's got a first out. Excellent job. Ohio State's offensive line Indiana actually Blitz three linebackers on that play. That's why was open for in Gigaba to come across left to right for Justin Field to hit him for the first down, So they blitz 41% of the time that's dangerous against fields. He hands it off to sermon on first down and sermon gets inside the 45 to the 43 dangerous against Fields, but it has worked today. Yeah, absolutely. It's forced him to throw the ball off balance, but also a player like Justin Fields.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You guys can hurt each running and throwing the football and this was a guy that could have decided to leave but least just sit out and maybe even looked a transfer. When the season was postponed, but he like so many of the other players. Really took a public stance and trying to campaign for season two time helped push the issue for the big 10 to reconsider attempting to play and he certainly has shown not only what he did last night. That shone with his ability as a young man to help carry the messages. They've just shown What an impressive individual and a man snapping the ball to Justin Fields close personal friend of the chick stirs, but anyway, his family Josh Meyers, Miamisburg in Miamisburg High School, man really proud of this young man. And what a force he could be a center. Well, when you think about not only what he did last year, but what he could do this year. We're having why Davis next to him on guard, And you know, this is a team that lost but some key offensive lineman that have guys coming back not only just Josh Meyers, but why Davis Harry Miller, a true sophomore, who'll be the other guard spot their month who spent his early high school years of LaSalle High School before going to Mass alone. Nicholas Tea for air and they've got some young guys will help develop their certainly what Josh Meyers has done it representing, you know the part of the state that you call home and not also, Cincinnati. Guy's from my hometown is like, you know, when you think about Jake Hausmann for Moller, you think about it tight end to reverse from the partners from Shall you know those air guys? Tehran Cage on the offensive one from Winwood's terrorist Johnson. A Cincinnati true freshman who may get some serious. We're exploiting the offensive line. You know, you're in my part of the state are very well represented at Paul Kills with us The voice of the Buckeyes and Paul, you know, how is the pandemic impacted? You and your ability to see the team see the players. Be around them, and that's got to be difficult. We're not able to see anything. We're not able to be around that little weird. We're not able to do any in person. They're all by telephone or by zoom and it's going to make what we do A little more challenging, But you know everybody in this industry. The National Hockey League announcers, the NBA announcers, the red guys, Tommy throwing Jeff Brantley. They had to deal with doing Hopefully we're gonna have to look at doing that. With away games doing we're not travel. So you know there's gonna be some unique things about it, but don't be games and that's the most important thing. And how about your partner on the football broadcasts from Saint Henri, Ohio? I've been really hyping Mercer County and from Dark County and the Great Shelby County. It's ah, the high schools. Phenomenal. Well, Jim O'Shea will be glad to hear that somebody else. Lt Mercer camp, you know, unfortunate And this will be my 23rd year doing alive. Take him. It'll be his 24th season. He's a guy..
"josh meyers" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast
"This game was a field field position game and the difference in have showed how critical three phases working cohesively is to a team success in huge games. I mean offense gets the two first downs. The punt team has a great point zero return yards. The defense holds. Pump block can move your checkers closer and closer to the opponent's end zone. That is the name the game. That's how you win big games. Your offense doesn't need to score every drive. It'd be nice. Everyone would like it but just get to first downs. That's twenty yards now you punt it forty thirty five yard net now. That's you just change the field sixty five yards if you can get a three and out or stop on. Don't let them get the same two first downs. Now you've just created thirty thirty a yard differential. You keep doing that consistently you're GonNa win the game and that's what happened in the first half Ohio state started their average drive on the twenty two yard line their own twenty two in the second half on their own forty almost midfield that is eighteen yards per drive in hidden yardage in the second. Half that is one hundred eight yards yards just in the second half gained just in the field position battle in the second half over the first half. That is huge. That is legitimately think about it. That's like saying all right. We're going to roll out this other player. That's going to get one hundred eight yards in the second half force and help us win this game. That's what the team element of the game. Did Wisconsin their average starting field position in the second half was the twenty one. We'll have state was on the forty. They were on the twenty one their own twenty one. That is massively important but talking about Ohio state's offense it's showed it's ass again and I've been critical of it. No one likes to talk about it. Everyone who wants to talk about this is the best offense line the best team. Best this no flaws blah blah blah. That's not been true through ever all year not once and I've said it every show I've been honest I've called out what needs improve. What's not playing well? WHO's not playing well but people don't WanNa talk about it? But these I listen to some of these other shows and analysts listen Buckeye fans and it's like I mean I don't see a weakness on the whole team and I'm like what the Shit are you watching. There are some weaknesses though. They're not that bad there are definitely weaknesses. twenty-three total QB pressures and five. Six past pro is a weakness and I mean you talk about Xavier Thomas coming to town. I mean that's the second best player in the country buying chase young at Clemson twenty-three total keep you pressures Mumford. Had Three Jona Jackson had zero. Josh Meyers had three White Davis had to Brennan Bowen had to Jay had three so Jonas joanie Jackson actually played phenomenal. And he's been great all year and we're GonNa talk about that when we preview. How state next week? But I've said it all year and no one wants to listen the pass protection in spite by the tackles. JK are an issue. Saturday Josh Meyers and Wyatt Davis looked like they did at the start of the season. They've improved they've actually been doing very impasse bro. But they had kind of setback game. I mean Josh Meyers allowed three pressures and that was how. He's playing early in the year when I was being critical of and he cleaned it up. He got I at one point. said he was probably the most improved player on offense. The other thing is three point seven yards per carry. That's deflated because of the sex. So that's obviously not a good good day Russian the football but when you get sacked five times that's going to lower the your yards per carry so I'm not as concerned about that but it certainly was not a dominant rushing day for the Buckeyes is the reality was and I haven't heard people talk about this enough zone. Six dominated the secondary hindsight the lowest graded three players on defense defense for Wisconsin. Were there three corners. Think about that. The receiver group played extremely well in the second half specifically with the only drop being a Ben victory. One drop but the thing that I saw that I haven't seen a lot of is they were elusive Caja Hill. In Victor forced ten miss tackles combined. Ten Ten and the receive group moved the chains a combined. Fourteen Times fourteen times the receivers caught passes and got first downs. The top five. I have great players on offense on Saturday. Utah about the biggest game of the year right championship game to go to the playoffs. The top five graded players. Chris Lavi One K J hill to Ben Victor Three. Jk Eight four Austin Five. Jk played really well outside of pass pro. But that's four receivers in the top five and it's safe to say Justin field supporting cast showed up yup and Brian Hotlines Zone. Six came to play now. I will say this. Justin fields played above average best. Superman was not super all game long. But it's not all on him. You can't blame him entirely. Because here's the reality. He was seventy six percent completion when he was kept clean. When he didn't have pressure he had a thirty percent completion? She percentage when he was under pressure. What does that tell you? Pass pro was the biggest issue on offense that and field's not getting rid of the ball on time and at times the receivers fevers weren't always open but I watched the film received record coach by trade. They played really well. They were open most of the time. I think Justin feels needs to make some better decisions and get rid of the all in the past bro needs a holdup. But that's just the reality of it. You can't go thirty percent under pressure or if you do better not be under pressure a lot. And that's what I saw from this offense now on Defense Ohio state came out for the third quarter and was a different defense than they were in the second half they allowed sixteen plays for twenty three yards zero points in the third quarter are they completely flipped. The momentum and the final dagger was towards end of the third quarter and start at the fourth quarter when the silver bullet defense forced back to back. Three and outs for a grand ran. Total of eight yards and six place and the offense took advantage of score ten points on earth in response to both dries. That is what I'm talking about when I say A-team win team game when the defense is back to back three and outs the offense is getting much improve your position other putting up points now. The momentum shifting now the trains rolling downhill a little bit. And that's what happened. Those two drives were the turning point at towards the end of the third quarter star the fourth quarter. Those two three and outs has changed the entire trajectory of the game. But I will tell you this. Wisconsin had a very clear game plan and it was very simple in the throw game. Go after Damon are net. That was their game plan. They obviously see and viewed him as a weakness which I can't disagree but they targeted our net thirteen eighteen times comparatively they targeted all the linebackers combined eight times targeted Arnett. Thirteen Times they targeted Okuda Huda four times and Cam Brown twice. Okuda had some bizarre injury. That was like a concussion that healed halftime so he was able to come back. Thank God but they went after Damon. Arnett that that was the plan. And here's the other part at times. Most of the time it worked six catches for eighty four yards on thirteen targets. That's not a great day and the reality. Is this anytime you see a box score anytime you look at a game when one of your corners is the leading tackler in the game. He did not have a good day he did not unless you're playing so unless he's a nickel Oh and blitzing and doing all kinds of things. If he's a cover corner like Damon Arnett is he did not have a good game that means his guy caught the ball quite a bit but Wisconsin at one other game plan. That was pretty the obvious. I think everyone's seen this. Everyone's talked about this. They were GONNA commit minimally three people to chase young avoid him absolutely taking the entire game over he still in this is how dominant chase young. is He still managed four. QB pressures he didn't record of sack. I get it so it's not cute and pretty and all that but for the second game in a row after recording at least one on sack in every game of the year he had zero sacks so that means back to back games zero secs. Here's teams no. He's a problem and they aren't going to allow him to have a one on one to be honest. I'm shocked it took this long. I mean we were watching games mid season. I would watch the film like. Why are they trying to do this? You're going to block that freak of nature with one human being or maybe just a slight chip from a running back. He still going to get home. But teams teams finally caught on finally figured it out. They know he's a problem and they're not GonNa to let it happen and Clemson's not going to let it happen if lost. They moved on to the National Championship. Neither Oklahoma Lsu's going to let it happen so get used to it. It's what they're gonNA GONNA do but it was also surprising how little the defensive staff tried to move him around to create mismatches. They did stand him up a little bit you. You Watch the first Wisconsin. And that's all they were trying to do is get him get him to have mismatches. Get Him to move around. So you don't know where he's going and they didn't do as much of it and the other thing they didn't do. I mean just think about this now I think about it like open your mind and don't even think about football. Just think about humans if we have. Let's say six or seven people in pass protection if we take three of them and put them All attention on one guy as a defensive coach you can attack the other side. Because you know that's going to happen you can bring blitzes from the other or side Twist Defensive Lineman 'cause you know you're getting one on ones you know they're weaker in protection over there so attack. If I was I would blitz opposite opposite of chase young every third down. Just say all right block chase with three guys. We're going to bring bare and Brown and Harrison off the edge. And now you've got a real problem on your hands and now when you want to slide it to them chases one on one or at least one and a half on one. That's what was the most surprising thing. There wasn't a lot out of creativity to take advantage of all the attention Wisconsin and Michigan for that matter to chase all they got to cone jet cone twice twice for sex but he they what they did was they pressured and unsettled him. Twenty Times so twenty qb pressures is significant. That's a decent day and you look at the top five grades on Defense Defense Jay. Sean Cornell tough Borland Chase Young David. Hamilton Jeff Okuda. That's about what I saw. Tough is a little higher than I thought he was but he played well. I didn't think he we didn't play well. But what Ohio State had. There was not a schemed up. Anything that they were not getting their ass kicked in the first half they just were missing tackles and it's a lot like we talked about with Utah. They were missed some tackles they were out of some gaps and they just flat Pete Warner glaring one right in the hole. Just make the tackle. We'll get them on the ground and it's not the takeaway from Jonathan Taylor. WHO's a great back but you're there you're linebacker house state? You're in the whole. It's not like an open field tackle with ten in your space. Get on the ground. That's the biggest improvement you saw. In the second half was tackling. They started tackling better and then it was complete team defense defense complete team.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"You're in New York. What kind of household are we talking about here? We small family. I was pretty much an only child grew up in a small apartment in Forest Hills queens. I do have an older half brother from my dad's first marriage, but and we're friends but I didn't grow up with him. He was older than me already. And so as very much an only child obsessed with television obsessed with MTV this was, like, you know, late eighties, early nineties always obsessed with pop culture, and the entertainment industry and all of it. And when I was around five or six it turned out, I had a really good singing voice. I didn't know that. Yes. William in the fucking Lion King. I know that. But a lot of people with a bad singing voice manage to get themselves into these. That's true. But you Jim it in like Merrill. Okay. I break deal out of the Merrill. I'm sorry ditch and you're back in it. So Merrill, can sing actually. Yeah. She doesn't all too well, see maybe it's overdubbed who can say. My point is you find out, you have a great singing. And what kind of singing voice like Stu, I have kind of like a musical, theater Broadway voice, and my and I love Broadway shows, and my parents, loved Broadway and off Broadway. And luckily I grew up in New York City, and we weren't rich, but I was an only child, and they had some money. And so we would go see shows. We'd go see a fair amount of Broadway shows, and then I start to buy albums and, and really get into Broadway, and I started taking voice lessons with some Broadway singing coach, and I never ended up doing that, but it was what my main focus was, and I went to north western I was a theater, major. I did a ton of musicals and plays to, but I wasn't focused on comedy so much until after college, it's kind of like a late bloomer in terms of the comedy scene. But you must have been funny around your friends. I was funny around my friends, I was funny in plays. I would do things like. We'd be doing some Neil Simon play, and I would add lines to it, which you're not supposed to, like, ad-lib is if I was doing his show, sprite citizens takes real ball with, like your show that had one light, you know, the fuel it's fries drama. And I was like, I'm going to throw in a couple of jokes here, I'm gonna fix this. Shows not working fix it. Exactly how much of the couple works. Yeah. And so I would throw in lines and the audience would like those lines. And so I thought, oh, you know, I'm funny, people would say, I'm funny, but I never thought about stand up north western had and has a huge improv scene. Kristen Schaal, and I were in school together and Josh Meyers and a lot of comedy folks that went on to become very successful, but they were all in the improv scene. Northwestern, I would go see it, but I wouldn't participate. That's interesting. Yeah. Did you ever get into doing improv? I ended up once I got back to New York. I went through all the classes at upright citizens brigade. I did kind of experiment with stand up a little bit in New York. And then eventually started writing my own show, which was like alive sort of talk variety show, which I call creation, which I with a friend of mine, and that's where the Billy on the street. Video started what you did is you did. Essentially, what I always wanted to do. And I think did do it the same degree which is create your own world, right, creative world. Yeah. And so you created a world where you have the entire city of New York, you're conducting it, you're running around. You're putting it together. And it is, you've set the pace and the tempo and style of comedy and their pawns in a way. I mean you're, you're using them and they have great terrific reactions. And sometimes they're very funny in their own, right? But it's your world and welcome to it, which exactly at an it's kind of like a take it or leave it situation. And you know, not to get on. I didn't intend for this to get so serious. But. You know, especially when I was starting out, and even when Billy on the street that TV show started. They're just America has not been that.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Onyx. Well, we know Trump has an iphone now. Yes, we do. Don't. We somebody suggested actually the Chinese suggests that that he switched to who. I. Yeah. That's it's pronounced iphone users. Also, clearly, value, and optimal tech experience spending. A whopping one hundred one dollars every month on tech related purchases, Android users will spend half of that about fifty one dollars users are smarter and don't waste their money, Android. Users are self admittedly, the more frugal of the group's ding, ding, ding for Michael with Android users being twenty five percent more likely to strongly agree that they think they are a frugal person and being nineteen percent. More likely to say they look for deals and discounts, quote, often slick deals CEO. Josh Meyers said quote, this survey indicates at Android users are generally more frugal than their iphone counterparts and on the hunt for savings. When shopping meanwhile, iphone users tend to spend more, particularly on items related to self image, such as clothing, and cosmetics. The results show that iphone users worthy, happier. Bunch to as they were twenty-seven percent more likely to say they were very happy with their life. There were also more inclined to have a partner that they were in love with and enjoy experiencing new things or this is my commentary. They said all those things.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Movie Crush
"They hire MS buzzer. And as far as the acting is concerned, I had one audition and those twenty months to be an onion and quiz knows. Man. Yeah, and I hardly stories that was pretty. You are like, I'm not a very religious person, but I remember praying that I get to be an onion Lord. And and so, yeah, I was kind of like, you know, struggling hungry salad day whole LA thing. And it wasn't until I wrote a two man sketch show with sess brother, Josh Meyers, and we put it up at IO and our friend was Nicole Sullivan. Right? Who was a mad TV. And she came and saw, she's like, I'm going to tell the mad TV producers, check you out, and they came and will Sasso and Alex Boersting just want an EMMY. Amazing. So cool. So cool. Yeah, they had just laughed and they needed replacements and they hired us, and that was really my first like legit show gig. Yeah. You TV off and on for while through five years? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I was there I, I was always like felt like I was probably going to get fired just because I wasn't very good on that show. Man, TV is so all about like those big stock character like Stewart swan? Yeah, I am. I'm not good at that. Like I'm just not. And so I would always play, like, you know, the straight man always. My whole thing was always like James Brown, get out of my car block. You know what I mean? John, what are you doing? My pancake house where I'm the manager and done for a while fun for and it really was for the first year or two, and it was like, this is great. I'm making money and I got a common to show people. And then I, you know, I started. I wanna say feeling myself, I just got restless, I would get restless not just with. The show, but also just, you know what you want you doing. This was a deck. You know what I mean? I was just like, why are we doing this? We should be doing this. And eventually I think mad TV was like they knew the end was near for the show and they were like, you can go, we're releasing you go, which I thought once mad TV ended. You know, I would go to sitcom, yeah, that's the transition. And like after I was fired from TV for all types of purposes began like a very dark like two and a half. I was very dark like I was like shooting up smack right? But like I really had a hard time getting hired for anything, and it was tough too, because at that point I had already met my girlfriend who's now my wife living together. Right? It's one of the things too. I met her and I was like, KOMO live with me on l. a. I wanna TV show dropped her life came to LA and then like a month later, it's like metal work, which is tough..
"josh meyers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Eight forty w. h. a. s. our top stories. In shy lay where police are investigating a double shooting your business Tuesday afternoon it, happened in the twenty three hundred block of millers. Lane just before four in the afternoon police, say a man and woman were shot. In the parking lot of a business both, receiving multiple gunshot wounds to the upper body they were taken. To university hospital Lieutenant Colonel Josh Meyers is with police This time of day there's a lot of. People. Out, and so hopefully we're going to be able to get enough information to put all the pieces together Myer says they don't believe the. Shooting had anything to do with the business it's six oh two, at NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. fire crews. Have wrapped up their investigation into a massive. Blaze that destroyed a multimillion dollar mansion in county the sixteen. Thousand square foot home in prospect went up in flames last. Week it had been listed on the market for just under three and a half million dollars in January the Oldham county. Fire marshal's office says while they're not able. To determine the exact cause of the fire a lightning strike to the home cannot be ruled out lightening strike data shows there were twenty one strikes. In the area in the three hours leading up to the fire that data which carries a. Ninety, nine, percent certainty shows the home was hit by at least one bolt Healy, Hanson NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. if. You live in Jefferson County your taxes are, going up the j. CBS Board of education unanimously voted last night to raise. The property tax rate by three percents, it's the first time the district has hiked taxes and five years. District officials hoping the increase will generate additional twenty million. Dollars a year some. Parts of southern California bit shaken this morning after a pair of earthquakes hit just east of Los Angeles, one of them registering. A magnitude four point four center just north of lavar that's about thirty. Miles east of LA Lucie Jones is a US seismologist if.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Yeah i mean i think it's i always liked to be in a sports guy gross battle is like a slam dunk competition right you know you've got a great point you know you if you watch the nba slam dunk thing or even the nhl hardest shot competition it's very rarely the best player wins at the home run derby where in the end is going to hurt you and ruin your career jack 'cause you get used to taking these wild swings things with no pressure on you really and then you get into a game situation like fuck you know so but it's it's an amazing it's done i don't think in doing comedy in la for twenty years i've never seen a show help so many comics now it's like i love when something take listen if it all it all helps the game you know what i mean sure like if there's something like that or even the thing with you know they do it where they sing with the band josh meyers jam comedy like all that stuff raises comedies you know what i what what is the term every water raises all boats or something you know what i mean it's too deep for my eyes tide lifts all boats and it does so i think when people are all this stuff works for comics i'm good with that oh sure i mean you know roast battle really help the comedy store get i think it was the initial like hey the source happening again i think so too.
"josh meyers" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Yeah and it was i don't know if you guys are have been amsterdam yeah i don't know if you remember being an because a lot of people have that problem but you know it started off the the company started off as just a couple of guys from north western in the back of a bar and by the time i got there it was a massive dinner theater that had three hundred seats and they would perform for the prime minister and we had a great cast we had you know me and jordan appeal and k kannan the director of the movie blockers engine today kiss and seth and his brother josh and liszkowski these may as ing amazing performers and it was great so you're all americans all americans yeah the the makeup of the audience throughout one year is predominantly dutch but it's it's a mix it's probably about sixty percent dutch and then forty percent mix tourists yeah so you're doing the show in english and it's like a second city style show sketch show with improv elements and and you know you make up songs on the spot and stuff and it's like shortform kind of you know but we put up these these really fun shows and it was it was a great experience it was the perfect place to spend your early twenties because you know it was i don't remember what i'm told stories about sound fun great it was also like the ninety late late nineties so the gilder was still the gilder which was two guilders two dollar so everything was cheap it was just it was a safer nice time so but after being there we decided me and seth meyers and my partner dave staff in josh meyers decided move to la together so the four of us you know.
"josh meyers" Discussed on KKAT
"Politico a little known bombshell report from josh meyer of politico reports and listen to this now as nine you may have russian collusion here um you want russian collusion the little own bombshell report from josh by political reports of ali fi aid a lebanese arms dealer and suspected top hezbollah operative who agents believe reported to vladimir putin oh really was captured by the czechs in 2014 by add had been indicted in the united states already for planning the murders of us government employees but the obama administration did nothing to push for extradition instead vii had ended up in lebanon where he's back at his terrorist work he's particularly active in supplying weapons ins to the syrian regime according to politico administration officials also blocked or undermine their efforts to go after other top hezbollah operatives while and their criminal enterprises in the united states in other words obama working with russia in order to swing the iran deal trump the prosecution of people responsible for continuing murder including murder of americans really and that came from politico dot com oh they're a conservative website really while they are now mm yes alba how long before their bastion why on that like i said i'll never forget a bernard goldberg high of just about the say i just i always go back to burn aren't goldberg who wrote the book bias and everything else and talked about the biased you reno we used to it ah worked for diabetes to work for hdr him an item i on subscribed efeo so i don't know i'm not sure if he does uh but uh you know the uh uh you wellknown proponent of journalistic integrity mad because he promoted that instead cbs did navid and had a liberal bias after was proven to him i somebody who worked form who challenged him and said you guys got a liberal bias that he's that i had a look at it and we did and it was wrong and things that were doing and he went specifically in to the stories they did yeah and why they were biased right i'll never forget a few years ago when i saw right winger authors do gang buster businesses and he was viewed as a right wing author from usa today and what is the only thing that bernard goldberg ever promoted why did.
"josh meyers" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Politico a little known bombshell report from josh meyer a politico reports and listen to this now as no you may have russian collusion here um you want russian collusion the little own bombshell report from josh buyer political reports of ali fayad a lebanese arms dealer and suspected top hezbollah operative who agents believe reported to vladimir putin uh really was captured by the czechs in 2014 by add had been indicted in the united states already for planning the murders of us government employees but the obama administration did nothing to push for extradition instead fired ended up in lebanon where he's back at his terrorist work he's particularly active in supplying weapons to the syrian regime according to politico administration officials also blocked or undermine their efforts to go after other top hezbollah operatives while and their criminal enterprises in the united states in other words obama working with russia in order to swing the iran deal trump the prosecution of people responsible for continuing murder including murder of americans really and that came from politico dot com i'll they're a conservative website really while they are now yes out how long before their bastion why i'm not like i said i'll never forget a bernard goldberg a host of just about the say i just i always go back to bring aren't goldberg who you know wrote the book bias and everything else in and talked about the biased you reno we used to in a worked for diabetes to work for hvo him annoyed him i don't subscribed hvo so i don't know i'm not sure if he does uh but uh you know the uh uh no wellknown proponent of journalistic integrity because he promoted that and said cbs did navid and had a liberal bias afterwards proven to him i somebody who worked form who challenged him and said you guys got a liberal bias that he's that i had a look at it and we did and it was wrong things that were doing and he went specifically in to the stories they did and why they were biased right i'll never forget a few years ago when i saw right wing the authors do gang buster businesses and he was viewed as a right wing offer from usa today and what is the only thing that bernard goldberg ever promoted why did.
"josh meyers" Discussed on WDRC
"Democrats have been doing for his lately anyway later on this hour politico investigative reporter josh meyer joins me the blockbuster piece that rolled out this weekend i was so anxious to get josh on the program to talk about how politico which is not a rightwing news organization it in fact if anything tilled slightly to the left a 40' page extravaganza of investigative reporting on how the obama administration ignored terrorism and money laundering and drug dealing in this country that was linked to the terrorist group hezbollah because barack obama was sowing anxious to sew up a deal with iran ian mullah's the nuclear deal that he was so proud of and he said that any kind of investigation of hezbollah would rock the boat it's an amazing piece to read you've got to check it out the idea that an american president and his administration which simply put this massive investigation on the back burner because he was worried about having an adverse effect on his nuclear deal by the way i don't think the nuclear deal did as any favors so it wasn't really putting worth putting out a lot of extra effort for the federal government may be ready to sell off some of its assets as heads that are costing taxpayers like you and made billions every year and julie kelley from national review joins me to debunk v seven banned words that the cdc if you've been seeing the stories that broke over this past weekend take a moment and cast a vote in my twitter poll you'll find it online at twitter lars larson show and at lars.
"josh meyers" Discussed on WTMA
"And now an investigative report published in politico in these last hours by josh meyer i have an picked up in london and than london telegraph pointing to this so everybody hasn't done their independent reporting right now so i read the opening two paragraphs of the investigation and politico urge you to read it yourself and remind you that during the iran deal controversy of 2014 2015 malcolm it was very helpful to identify to me and my audience that the iran deal was wrong patten from the first and that the obama administration was making major concessions we couldn't see them all in the documents the many other more nontransparent well listen to this in its determination to secure a nuclear deal with iran the obama administration derailed an ambitious law enforcement campaign targeting drug trafficking by the iranianbacked terrorist group hezbollah even as it was funnelling cocaine into the united states according to a politico investigation the campaign dubbed project cassandra was launched in two thousand and aid after the drug enforcement administration amassed evidence that hezbollah had transformed itself from a middle east focus military and political organization into a new national crime segment syndicate that some investigators believe was collecting one billion a year from drug and weapons trafficking money lawn during an other criminal activities malcolm this is astonishing only if you were not there in 2015 when you and your colleagues resisted the iran deal here is the fruit malcolm this investigation and the actions against hezbollah druglords was blocked by president obama according to this report because he believed that it would derail the iran deal were you have a former treasury official character in power who told the house committee on foreign relation about at the beginning of this year that uh did that under the obama administration the hezbollah related investigations were tamp down for fear of rocking the boat with iran and jeopardising the deal and to understand that this is something that went over an eightyear period when uh drug enforcement agents were used use wiretaps and their means to map his belongs illicit network and they used thirty us and foreign and security agencies according to the report in the agents traced the conspiracy to cause below us top circle and it's state sponsors ron and.
"josh meyers" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Glued the teams political leadership in foreign policy team according to the sources apparently mueller did this perfectly legally he went through the gsa the general services administration they host the transition email system and they have capacity to read all these emails the transition emails are include include sensitive exchanges on matters that include potential appointments gossip about the views of particular senators involved in the confirmation process these speculation about vulnerabilities of trump's nominees to federal what does that have to do with collusion the answer is pretty much nothing and meanwhile while mueller is going after trump over suppose it collusion that we have no evidence exists we now know that the obama administration was colluding with russia to help iran so this is a story out of politico european version pretty amazing story a reported this over daily wire today there is clear evidence that the obama administration colluded with the russian government to free an islamic terrorists responsible for the deaths of americans in order to appease iran to pave the way for the obama administration's iran nuclear deal is a report from josh meyer of politico then a report that ali feige a lebanese arms dealer and quote suspected top cause blah operative whom agents believed reported to russian president vladmir putin was captured by the czechs in 2014 by i'd had been incited in the us now you would expect the obama administration to move for him to be extradited direct nothing of the sort your mom administration did not push for extradition instead bayat ended up in lebanon or he's back at his terrorist work his particularly active in supplying weapons to the barbarous syrian regime that's not the only thing you obama administration did on behalf of lebanese terraced according to the politico administration officials also blocked or undermine their efforts to go after other top hezbollah operatives and when project casandra agents and other investigators sought repeatedly to investigate and prosecute other last sephiha dean hezbollah's longtime envelope to iran whom they considered the lynchpin of hezbollah's colonel network the justice department refused in other words the obama administration was working with the russian government to make sure that there was no crackdown on hezbollah because they're afraid it would take off the russians we also know president obama was offering flexibility to the russians in the middle of the 2012 election.
"josh meyers" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Away and we could theo how intense the flames were some fifty homes are being threaten the president said to make a decision tuesday debt could and the socalled dako program during his campaign mr trump promised to roll it back but he's since wavered politico senior investigative reporter josh meyer hall ryan senator orrin hatch and other very powerful republicans who are really pressure during the president to at least led congress come up with an alternative before he gets rid of it so he's now kind of in a in a bind as to what he does it's almost impossible for him to to wiggle out of this one without really having it'd be really unpopular backer protects about eight hundred thousand people that arrived as children illegally to the united states at the vatican with a sense france's meeting with a delegation of south korean religious leaders calling on them to promote reconciliation in turn away from violence as tensions mount on their peninsula pope says religious leaders are called to initiate and to promote the welfare of all peoples this is cbs news good morning it's eleven oh three i broadly carry on this labor day weekend in the camp j news room the bodies of two foreign exchange students recovered from the king's river yesterday afternoon the 24yearold woman twenty eight year old man who were studying at university of south florida were on vacation nearly five weeks ago when they drove off a cliff and dropped several hundred feet into swift waters fresno county sheriff's office spokesman tony body tells game j news that it was a challenge we've never really fake the type of situation really pick the brain give expert all across the country relied on what they've done in the.