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"josh one" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

08:33 min | Last month

"josh one" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Pretty graphic and heroin, and really disturbing to watch the for me goes way beyond any suggestion of what noodles may be was really capable of and I know. That Christian suggested that the movie is trying to make a point there, which is he can't really deny ever who he truly is, and this is in his nature and this dream life that he may be imagined he could live with her he's going to sabotage himself. He is always going to live up to her suspicions about him and what is true character is but man does he go so far beyond that with some of these actions including that one and the way then the movie to your point Josh earlier doesn't fully reckon with the fallout from that that it never seems like as. A character that something we're supposed to believe he ever really regrets that he never faces any kind of consequences for not even from her really later in the movie. That's really really tough to take and we end that scene and what happens he gets out of the LIMO and he lights up a cigarette and stands there I guess contemplating the horror avoid just did and that that lush more score comes in almost making seem like it's supposed to be bitter sweet and this happens with another showdown with him and Max later we're just some really reprehensible behavior has just taken place and yet that. Score. POPs in as if oh, if only they could be friends if only they could be who they aspire to be in be in love with each other it just doesn't match the tone of what we're actually seeing occur on screen at all I did believe noodles was capable of that because the the ground head been tilled for that in the scenes from his youth where even as a teenager sex was a transaction with the neighbor Peggy who is played as a teen by Julie Cohen, and she's the one you mentioned during our top five who trades sex acts for dessert sir, that's going up. But See. Yeah that's making those kinds of mistakes. Well, that's how the movie. Character and it's also building who doodles what his experience of sexes I guess. So so I, I did understand him as that. Of I want maybe not depraved but confused person as a kid, and now as an adult but the problem with that scene and I think this happens with Claudia Cardinale in once upon a time in the West to is that violence and sexuality are mixed as you said, with the first rape scene that involves Tuesday while that, it's implied that. Maybe she was okay with it, she ends up becoming sort of a play thing the gang later on in so that that's just this queasy combination instead of seen rape as an act of power and violence it's sexual here as it is in once upon a time in the West and at you know it's interesting. I. WanNa go back to Peggy who I mentioned the the teenager when their kids who who Trades favors for pastries. She shows up again as an adult played by amy writer and there's yeah, there's a really interesting moment. Noodles gets out of jail comes back to the club and his has a reunion with his boys and Peggy is there. She's one of the first people to give him a welcome back kiss. He kisses her he moves on and she lets out this really long side and Leonis camera. This fascinated me holes on that side and it's just fast to me for two reasons for one. There's a whole movie. There I mean, Peggy is a whole movie. Yeah. That once he had a bigger part in this movie Yes that once upon a time in America is not interested in, but it's also why did the camera linger like there's an instinct there that the women this story could be there is more. They have more story. Than this story is telling yeah and really otherwise everyone every woman in this movie falls on some sort of Madonna whore spectrum, right? Yeah and you know obviously Deborah would be in in the Madonna range and most of the Women Fall closer to Tuesday weld's character, which is at by the Hor- rage and I just think that's a limitation to this fill. That also really undermines this element of nostalgia because it's very hard to look back at the end of noodles life and to think about, oh, but he and Max were so close and if only we can get back to that closeness when we've seen the cost of that on so many people including these women. Yeah absolutely. So we disagree about Deniro. When he finally does have that big dinner scene with Deborah which in the context of the movie I watched kind of comes out of nowhere and doesn't really make sense that they would even be at dinner together as if she's still kind of clinging to him and some potential future with him but he gives her a little bit of grief over the fact that she can speak French so well, and she seems so sophisticated in man he he sure isn't as sophisticated by comparison all I could think watching was yeah. Just get out of there like what are you possibly to get from this guy and I mean what could their conversation be as charismatic at times as Deniro as noodles? Is and I, think as the movie goes on, we see less and less of that charisma feel it the way you do in those non verbal exchanges watching him there there just seems to be nothing behind the eyes at all and certainly nothing for someone like Deborah to ever get out of him and I will just mention too that not only did I. Find Him not that compelling but then these other men, the other members of his gang, you've got woods, of course being the maniac that is, which is its own type of charisma. The other guys they're so paper thin that when the movie wants to build so much of its story around and its emotional power around this bond that unites them that they will always. Have when I don't care about any of those characters again I don't see anything in them that even makes me want to follow them on screen then that bond also subsides but Josh One area I'll disagree with you is in that choice he makes it the end and we'll dance around a little bit if you haven't seen the film so it's not an all. Out Spoiler but what I liked about what happens at the end you said, it was kind of fitting in that. It seemed like it was the character retreating to the warmth of his past night. Yeah. What I really liked is and I hinted at this before that, I think Leonis making a film that he knows is in the gangster genre and so there those. Meta elements to it. Sometimes, there's that openness and that harshness to the violence that I do think he wants to call attention to, and there's something fascinating for me in the idea of that character at the end rejecting a narrative that's being imposed upon him because I think. So much of this is their lives were predetermined by where they grew up their friendship. was predetermined to some extent who they were going to be I suggested maybe it wasn't in his nature to truly be this kind of loving companion that Deborah wants. There's something they can't escape, and so in the way their lives seem so predetermined. It's interesting. Then at the end of the film to find out that well, someone else had their own narrative and created. Their own story and their own ending, and that makes sense that it's the two guys who were rivals that have always been on this path where they've been butting heads a little. They always wanted to forge their own identities, create their own stories, but they also are so inextricably linked to each other. That's kind of supposed to be I suppose the tragic element of. This story even in the beginning when they meet its its Max kind of writing a new story involving that man and his watch, the story was predetermined knew exactly what was going to happen the boys in noodles gang? Had it all figured out and then Max, shows up and he rewrites and in the end you realize that both of their narratives are ultimately true. Insofar as each man's experience was what it was, what it turned out to be and any new revelations that change some of the details. The don't actually change the truth of what either did or what either person felt. There was something kind of profound for me ultimately in that finally of a rejection of a narrative, even if as I said, it's extensively a more truthful narrative by noodles..

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"josh one" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:39 min | 2 months ago

"josh one" Discussed on WEEI

"You could find him on Twitter at Saks Machine underscored Josh. Josh. Thanks for joining me this morning. How are you? I am doing great. It is sunny and Chicago and the White Sox are playing really good baseball. So at least for this week on the South side, everything is great. That is awesome. That is a sound of a happy, happy baseball fan. Which is awesome. So Josh first question for you, the White Sox and the Cubs, obviously playing this thiss Siri's this weekend, and it actually don't mean something for the first time in a while, Both teams are competing for their division titles. How has that been watching these last two games? Knowing it isn't just about beating the Cubs? It's about being the Cubs and keeping pace in the A L. Central Yeah, that's a good point that you made. I mean, it's been a really long time since both teams have been in postseason contention. While they have played each other in the serious we're talking. Maybe 2008. Was the last time that both of these teams were towards the top of their divisions. And without the fans in the stands. It's been odd watch. But you can tell at least on the enthusiasm and determination from the White Sox part, but these games were really important for them. This is a young team that has the veteran Sprinkle, then that want to win and they really wanted to show after sweeping the Detroit Tigers in four games that they are for real, and I am sure they're aware that they didn't perform well. Against Minnesota and Cree went to start the season and instead of just beating, you know, the teams that are terrible, they want to prove that they can be a good team like the Chicago Cubs and picking up this series that already should really help elevate as far as how they feel about themselves because after today Get two off days on Monday and Thursday, and they play the Pittsburgh Pirates twice and the Kansas City Royals next weekend at home. This is the opportunity for the White Sox to really pad their win total before they have a pretty grueling stretch on the last two weeks of the season, where they faced the Twins read the Indians and the Cubs. Tio ended 2020 season. Right now, Everything seems to be cooking for the White Sox, both on the offense and pitching side and this is the best they have played in a really, really long time. And that has to make the whole fan base. You know, optimistic about where this team is headed. I talked a bit of go about how the White Sox could really turn into kind of the poster child for how to how to complete a rebuild. It hasn't been easy. There's been some lean years there on the South side, but now they have a young core they have supplemented with, you know, Grondahl on Dallas cycle are the White Sox in the goal for it part of the rebuild. Do you think with the acquisitions of a couple of those veterans stars or are they still a year away? If you will? The rebuild ended when they sign Yasmani Grandal that that was the moment that the White Sox decided that they were transitioning because you don't give out the largest free agent contract in team history. Thinking that okay, well in 2020, we're going to just be okay. And then you follow that up by signing Dallas cycle on you trade for Nomar Mazara, and you signed it when coffee onto a one year deal. Wild white socks maybe didn't think of themselves as world. Serious contenders in 2020, with the goal was definitely to be competitive in the American League essential and compete for one of the wild card spots. Obviously, the expectations changed in Major League Baseball decided to go from 5 to 8 playoff teams in the American League and the expectations of South changed, too, with fans because While they may not have been a top five team in American League based on projections for the season, they were definitely stopping. So yeah. Fans are expecting the White Sox to make the post season this year and they have like a three game lead. I believe as 1/7 seed over the eighth seed, so they're in a comfortable position. But now with the way they have been playing, and it's not like the Minnesota Twins are invincible and the Cleveland Indians dealing with their own issues as far as in the clubhouse with Mike Levinger, exactly fact not having them. In the starting rotation. The White Sox are on ly a game back, and they can continue to stay within striking distance here. It does raise the hopes within the fan base. So could this be? Could they finally fulfilled its dark horse process in 2020? Doc the league and win the American League essential when everybody thought it would be the Twins and Indians competing for the division title. Also, hopes are high. Right now, there's still a second half the season left to go in. The White Sox have a lot of games against the Twins and Indians still At least they have put themselves in the position to have this type of conversation where you have to look extra hard at them, and teams have to take them more seriously than they were probably expecting to start this season. Josh Nelson joining me he is the host of the sax machine podcast. You could find him on Twitter at socks machine underscored Josh. And speaking of that optimism. You know how Sox fans felt about the organization through this rebuild process because there's been some lean years. But did the fan base remain optimistic, knowing they get to this point of winning more than losing at some point? I think there are some that were very optimistic. And there were some that were very dour. Let's say we control those gonna work. No rebuild is ever perfect. The White Sox have done a terrific job on the international front, obviously bringing in Louie's Robert the White Sox have done an excellent job as Faras the returns they got from trading Chris Sale and Jose Quintana and Adam eating away. Ah, and they have, you know, rebuild this lives there until core there, And they have done a good job so far with the veteran acquisitions, especially with Alice Cycle and Yasmani Grandal. A draft record, though, is that and they're not getting anything from 15 4016 or 2017 1st round picks and they have four first round picks in that three year stretch, and they're just not getting anything from those first round picks. Now we have to look at Nick Magical. And Andrew von, who were the 18 4019 1st round picks, hoping that the lights have You know that impact homegrown talent that every team wants to get out of there. First round pick now what the White Sox are getting this year. Uh, the diamonds in the rough you're you're mad. Foster's in your Cody Hoyer's and your Danny Mondex. Major League Baseball fans don't really know who these guys are. They probably have never heard of them before, but the three players have been significant contributors. To the Chicago White Sox, with Foster and Hoyer coming out of the bullpen and being incredibly effective and then demanded doing a good job holding his own, replacing the magical A second baseball match. Magical is on the men. Ah, what they separated shoulder and that's where the white socks should get Some credit Esparza player development sticking with these guys that are not first round challenge, but still giving them the opportunity and they're relishing with the opportunity. But right now we're White Sox fans said. I think they're they're happy with how everything has unfolded, and they're hoping that whatever success they get in 2020 really opens up. A playoff detention window because in the hundreds of years of White Sox team history more than a century, this franchise has never made the postseason. And back to back seasons on..

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Big tech CEOs testify before Congress

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:25 min | 3 months ago

Big tech CEOs testify before Congress

"CEOs of the four biggest tech companies testified before the House Anti Trust subcommittee today to review the tech giant's business practices. Heads of Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon have been answering questions as lawmakers continue to find ways to rethink federal antitrust laws for more key CBS News anchors anchors Jeff Jeff Bell Bell and and Patty Patty Rising, Rising, spoke spoke with with tech tech expert expert Josh Josh Constantine, Constantine, a a venture venture capitalist capitalist was was signal signal fire fire Josh. Josh. One One of of the the things things that that struck struck me me watching watching this this morning morning was was the the scope scope of of the the questioning, questioning, it it seemed seemed to to veer veer far far from from just just antitrust antitrust issues. issues. Absolutely. Absolutely. These These senators senators who who shall shall we we spend spend most most of of their their allotted allotted time time just ranting and trying to come up with spicy sound bites to rile up their base. There's very little of the time actually asking the questions and when they did, they ranged into conspiracy theories like anti conservative bias on social media as well. It's fears about China and how U. S. Tech companies are furnishing technology for the Chinese government. What is at stake here, Josh? I mean, what is the endgame for Congress today? Do they have specific proposals in mind? Absolutely. There are a number of major antitrust cases in the works Right now the government is levying against these companies. They deal with Amazon being uncompetitive against other partners that cell on its marketplace. Google showing its results for its own products above other Internet companies and competitors, Facebook buying companies and copying them instead of competing fairly on its own on DH Apple, using its APP store. Give to take a massive cut of revenue from APP developers. Okay, So if we look at this is political theater at the risk of being a little cynical here any outstanding performances today, either from the CEOs or from members of Congress. You know, I don't really want Oh, deemed the senators and representatives actions worthwhile. They wasted so much of their time and could have gotten real answers for the American people. So they don't really deserve to be. Ah, applauded for grandstanding. I do think that some of the major points Included the reveal that there were emails showing that Mark's October talked about you buying instagram as a way to take out a major competitors to neutralize the competitive threat, and that could Beats of the reopening of the case about whether the instagram the acquisition by Facebook for a $1,000,000,000 should have been allowed on whether Facebook and Instagram should be broken apart. If you handicap things. Which of the should one of these big companies be disassembled into little pieces? What do you think Which company would be the most likely Google's businesses range the widest span of different areas. Amazon is by far the most powerful. I think in the U. S economy right now, But Facebook is certainly the one with the most political. Will they get the most questioning the most iron from the public. And so I think that they're the biggest political football for representatives to kick If they can break up Facebook. They can say that they were a champion to their people, even though it might not solve a major problem of Facebook because its scale actually helps it to prevent foreign election interference in some of the other problem. So it's hard to say which will have the most regulation levied upon it, But we're definitely seeing more and more political will to do something against companies. And that's tech expert Josh Constantine, a venture capitalist with SIGNAL Fire. Fire.

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The Biggest Takeaways From the Big-Tech Antitrust Hearing

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:25 min | 3 months ago

The Biggest Takeaways From the Big-Tech Antitrust Hearing

"CEOs of the four biggest tech companies testified before the House Anti Trust subcommittee today to review the tech giant's business practices. Heads of Apple, Facebook, Google and Amazon have been answering questions as lawmakers continue to find ways to rethink federal antitrust laws for more key CBS News anchors anchors Jeff Jeff Bell Bell and and Patty Patty Rising, Rising, spoke spoke with with tech tech expert expert Josh Josh Constantine, Constantine, a a venture venture capitalist capitalist was was signal signal fire fire Josh. Josh. One One of of the the things things that that struck struck me me watching watching this this morning morning was was the the scope scope of of the the questioning, questioning, it it seemed seemed to to veer veer far far from from just just antitrust antitrust issues. issues. Absolutely. Absolutely. These These senators senators who who shall shall we we spend spend most most of of their their allotted allotted time time just ranting and trying to come up with spicy sound bites to rile up their base. There's very little of the time actually asking the questions and when they did, they ranged into conspiracy theories like anti conservative bias on social media as well. It's fears about China and how U. S. Tech companies are furnishing technology for the Chinese government. What is at stake here, Josh? I mean, what is the endgame for Congress today? Do they have specific proposals in mind? Absolutely. There are a number of major antitrust cases in the works Right now the government is levying against these companies. They deal with Amazon being uncompetitive against other partners that cell on its marketplace. Google showing its results for its own products above other Internet companies and competitors, Facebook buying companies and copying them instead of competing fairly on its own on DH Apple, using its APP store. Give to take a massive cut of revenue from APP developers. Okay, So if we look at this is political theater at the risk of being a little cynical here any outstanding performances today, either from the CEOs or from members of Congress. You know, I don't really want Oh, deemed the senators and representatives actions worthwhile. They wasted so much of their time and could have gotten real answers for the American people. So they don't really deserve to be. Ah, applauded for grandstanding. I do think that some of the major points Included the reveal that there were emails showing that Mark's October talked about you buying instagram as a way to take out a major competitors to neutralize the competitive threat, and that could Beats of the reopening of the case about whether the instagram the acquisition by Facebook for a $1,000,000,000 should have been allowed on whether Facebook and Instagram should be broken apart. If you handicap things. Which of the should one of these big companies be disassembled into little pieces? What do you think Which company would be the most likely Google's businesses range the widest span of different areas. Amazon is by far the most powerful. I think in the U. S economy right now, But Facebook is certainly the one with the most political. Will they get the most questioning the most iron from the public. And so I think that they're the biggest political football for representatives to kick If they can break up Facebook. They can say that they were a champion to their people, even though it might not solve a major problem of Facebook because its scale actually helps it to prevent foreign election interference in some of the other problem. So it's hard to say which will have the most regulation levied upon it, But we're definitely seeing more and more political will to do something against companies. And that's tech expert Josh Constantine, a venture capitalist with SIGNAL Fire. Fire.

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Trump's former doctor wins House GOP nomination in Texas

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Trump's former doctor wins House GOP nomination in Texas

"President trump's former White House physician won the Republican nomination for U. S. house seat in Texas on Tuesday Ronny Jackson a retired navy rear admiral defeated agriculture advocate Josh one garner in the primary runoff for the thirteenth congressional district in Texas he'll face Democrat Gus Trujillo in November's general election trump and once picked Jackson to head the department of Veterans Affairs but that was derailed by allegations of drinking on the job and over prescribing drugs things he denied trumpeted Jackson impressed him when the doctor gave a glowing report of the president's physical health and cognitive well being following questions about trump's mental fitness for office I'm Julie Walker

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"josh one" Discussed on Decrypted

Decrypted

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"josh one" Discussed on Decrypted

"And cheapest plan mature is you Diego told me he spent his whole career and technology up to this point doing things that he looks back and feels are kind of inconsequential so much of the tech industry has been focused on making life convenient around the edges helping us or tacos from our phones or whatever and Diego thinks that this is his chance to do something bigger than that. But he also knows that if a real carbon economy, emerges, there's going to be a lot of money to be made as a middleman, I strongly believe that is an amazing economic opportunities. Well, it might be the economic opportunity of the twenty first century to fix climate change. Of course, a lot has to happen for those economics to pan out. Most businesses won't stop paying for the Cobb. And they're missing until there's a law saying they have to Diego's business really depends on governments taking action in order to work this runs counter to a lot of what you've heard from the tech industry in recent years. It says that government regulation is often an impediment innovation not at spark and betting on politicians is always risky, but that's not even the only big question hanging over this industry. The something a little strange about just letting the biggest climate offended, by the way out of the problem, and with all of these carbon capture technologies on one hundred good because we can keep doing things the way we always have without adding to the emissions that old ready in the atmosphere, but critics would say ultimately we have to develop technologies that don't create emissions at. All. Right. So this is the view that carbon removal technologies are fantasy that allow us to count on some easy way out to emerge. So that we don't have to make the tough decisions that we'd have to make otherwise it's definitely been a part of the discussion around them. I asked Julio Friedmann about this. He's the Columbia professor we heard from at the top of the episode Julio has studied carbon management for nearly two decades. And these arguments about moral hazard. Really don't hold water with him. He says it's unclear what kind of technologies are gonna work. And so we should really be trying everything the more technologies retry the greater the chances. We have a finding something that works because so many of these ideas are doomed to fail often. For reasons we don't quite understand yet. And histories proven repeatedly that finding something that's better than fossil fuel. It's going to be really really hard. So there are many companies that have broken their spears on. There are many companies that were like we're gonna make something that's going to compete with gasoline. And that. Josh one of the things that has kind of intrigued me most is the fact that despite this incredibly urgent need for the technology. The market is still in such any phases. I think when you start looking at any new project, it's a discovery, and you think while just starting down this road, and it's exciting. But one of the first things I found out was that the main direct air carbon capture and companies have been around for years. They're just still very early. And I think that's a reminder of how difficult the technological problems are here. I mean, Google gave up there is a real question about can you do this in a way that makes any economic sense? And even if you do that, then the scale up has to be so rapid, and so big that is a really daunting problem in of itself, and that's a technological and sort of economic problem. I think. One interesting example of kind of where we are with this industry right now is one of the other applications that companies have focused on and that selling bubbles to beverage makers they need to buy carbon and so direct air carbon capture companies have been trying to strike deals with these bottling companies to say, hey, we'll sell your bubbles. We can do it at close to a reasonable price right now for this application, and then they can start learning about how maybe they get to some of these broader applications, and that's one of the things. That's no civil about Rob's companies that he's actually going off to a much bigger more stablishment market, which is the gasoline market. Yep. Absolutely. Rob is a very convincing proponent of this idea..

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"josh one" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"josh one" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"I can't comment only learned walking down the hallway console like I stay with those two points. Keith, you know, it is it is not something that we are about. And I really don't even know, you know, I think all of us should sort of learn a little bit more than maybe certainly I do. But on on first glance, you know, it is not something that we are. And and certainly don't condone and the club will deal with it. Although Joel Embiid Johnson was dealing with a daughter the team find Johnson undisclosed amount for using the cellphone virus this being a big issue in your mind. I mean, if you want the sixer Sixers fan by there are certain rules and standards. Believe me, I understand what it is be worried about your kids when you're working. And I, you know, I've told this before I want my son who's who's fine now, but had some medical issues when he was younger the point where lower or I had this. Josh one of us can take time off have I told you guys this story, we I was going on the air when I was at another network. With guy might north actually. And I got a my wife. Let my son got tested a lot. We didn't always wrong. And my my wife got a false doctor falsely. Told my wife. She doctor is incorrect. Thank God that my son had a disease that was a life threatening disease disease in my son wouldn't have lived past his teenage years, and my wife did know that she's just runs from doctor doctor at this hospital, and she just left me. This message. We think Henry has this and then turned off your phone Laurie. Didn't know, but I knew what it was. And I did four hours a radio on to get a hold of my life thinking, my son wasn't going to survive past the age of thirteen or fourteen some of the worst four hours of my life. And the point is. We all go through things in life. But when you're at work their requirements that that have to be met. And so I'm not trying to be discourteous or not understanding, and my son is fine. That was thank God misdiagnosis. But it doesn't matter. If your daughter, you're at work, this is part of the job and pull that phone out is a clear violation of the culture of the chemistry the rules respect to the team. No can't do. It. Can't do it. And that's taken as word. I don't think about him and his daughter, right? Eight five five two one two four CBS go go event..

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"josh one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"josh one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And I, you know, I've told this before I want my son who's who's fine now. But. Had some medical issues when he was younger the point where Laurie or I had this. Josh one of us could take time off have I told you guys a story. We I was going on the air when I was at another network. With guy might north actually. And I got to my wife. Let my my son got tested a lot. We didn't know was wrong. And my my wife got a false doctor falsely. Told my wife. She doctor is incorrect. Thank God that my son had a disease that was a life threatening disease disease in my son wouldn't have lived past his teenage years, and my wife did know that she just runs from doctor doctor at this hospital, and she just left me. This message. We think Henry has this and then turned off your phone Laurie. Didn't know, but I knew what it was. And I did four hours of radio on to get a hold of my wife, thinking, my son wasn't going to survive past the age of thirteen or fourteen is you like some of the worst four hours of my life. And the point is. We all go through things in life. But when you're at work their requirements that that have to be met. So I'm not trying to be discourteous or now understanding and my son is fine. That was thank God misdiagnosis. But it doesn't matter. If your daughter's sick, you're at work. This is part of the job and pull that phone out as a clear violation of the culture of the chemistry the rules respect to the team. No can't do. It. Can't do it. And that's taking us word. I don't think about him in his daughter, right? Eight five five two one two four CBS trace go.

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"josh one" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"She was talking about how she goes to audition for real acting jobs now because she's a comedian. But she was this number one vine star for a while. And people are like, oh, hey, remember that video where your dog farted in your face? That was hilarious. Oh, you're you're reading for this part. Okay. Whatever, you know, they they just don't she's forever. The girl who like did the dog fart video or whatever it was on vine, and she's just miserable. She's married to Tommy Lee. Now my God. Now, I know in among other things, and there were some other folks on there where I just thought like, oh, this person's really smart and interesting, and then they just talk about how their life is a blur of stupid stunts in bars. And nobody cares about them. And one of the guys. I mean, look this could go on forever. One of the guys career posted on his Instagram. I'll be dead in a week. And he's like I was seriously thinking about killing myself is what he said. And of course, the top comments or things like don't do it. I have. Partied with you yet? And he's like these people just don't care about me at all it makes it even worse. Yeah. No. That's yeah. Pretty awful. It is awful. It is awful. And you get this interesting behind the scenes, look, it's both funny. Interesting and tragic at the same time, I really loved it American Meam on net flicks. And we will link to that. I hope it's a cautionary tale for kids who are thinking that like that's what they wanna do for a living. That's what I really hope because there are a lot of people that are just like I wanna be a YouTube star. I want to be an Instagram stars. Like, this is what's going to happen to you? If you follow that path, go get a real job get a real career get something that you can build on in the future. Yeah. It's so true. The the the guy the fat Jewish names. Josh one of the things that he says is you ask any kid what they want to be at school, the answer's always famous, and they're always talking about social media. It's just like I mean, he knows he gets it. He's smart. It's funny. He really does understand it. And he just it man. This is so interesting. I don't wanna waste too much time on it. It's so interesting. If you have any connection to the scene at all, go, go watch American mean, hope you all enjoyed that. I wanna thank everyone that wrote.

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Amazon H2Q Sparks Long Island City Real Estate Boom

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Amazon H2Q Sparks Long Island City Real Estate Boom

"Amazon has selected northern Virginia and Long Island City New York to be the locations for the company split second headquarters, but even before the decision Amazon's interest in Long Island city had sparked a condo buying frenzy in the area located in the queens borough of New York, if it seems reminiscent of the pre crash property, boom. Well, that's probably accurate. Joining us with more on the story is Wall Street Journal real estate reporter, Josh barb anelle. Josh you right that until recently the Long Island city property market was pretty sleepy. When exactly did client start flooding brokers with inquiries. It was about a week ago. When the first word came out that Amazon was close to a decision that might involve Long Island city, and it began almost immediately like that night and the next morning brokers were getting calls from mostly. Esters at I who will looking to make offers on apartments later people who are looking to live there themselves. Also got the idea and started showing up in significant numbers. Yeah. How busy has this been for brokers? Demand. Must have or inquiries must have grown exponentially. It was incredibly busy. There were several stories predicting massive changes in both Long Island city and Virginia if this happened, and I kind of waited to see when we would get some documentation of this actually proof that it was really happening. And I came rather quickly by Thursday evening. I heard from a broker that all the appointments to look at apartments there through the weekend were failed. And there was no way they could get in except to go to open houses, you describe one example, this this building, I guess is going up. It's the glass building that's going up Jackson avenue in Long Island city called the gallery. Yes. And their sales manager gave me. A week by week reporting on the weekly visitors and in the week before this Amazon rumor emerged they had thirty three visitors or so for the entire week in the week after actually on the weekend after they have hundred visitors nearly a hundred visitors who they saw in their sales office in groups and individually, and they turned away sixty three people who left their names, and they were going to call them have them come back after that. And there is another broker that you talk about this broker at modern spaces and this person oversee sales at at court. I believe in is it's an eight story condominium that went on the market in August. And even before the decision went down prices were expected to go up. And I think she sold twenty units via text while the head of the firm says his personal context, including people he hadn't seen in seven or eight years texted him and said, we're interested in I don't know whether one owner at w-. Wants to buy ten of them or there were twenty individual purchasers, but he claimed to have an essence taken their offers, and they were gonna make deals and we'll see what happens at the court. What actually happened is after they thought it seeing traffic the developers began the process of increasing prices somewhat. We don't have much so that that was a direct result of the Amazon intrigue before the announcement. And there are hundreds of new condominiums on the market in Long Island city and dozens of resale apartments, and I am magin that business had been saw for these units. And for these condos for for quite a while because the the market has been so sleepy until now right Long Island city when they began with development there about decades ago began as a condo neighbourhood and after two thousand eight it's which to being doing rental buildings only and only in the last year or two. Have developers began investing again in condominiums and the market was like other places in the city was soft and that reversed completely hundred eighty percent when the rumors started circulating as mentioned before Josh one real estate agent told you reminded him of New York's condo, boom, just before the market crashed in two thousand eight. Yeah. The idea was it wasn't that? It'd be for the crush. It was a period when there was a frenzy and some buildings had people lining up at the sales office before the open the first day with checks in hand for deposits. It's not quite like that yet. But they felt it went from being a buyer's market had been to a very intensive seller's market all at once. And even before people even sure that Amazon was gonna make the move.

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"josh one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Shortest start of his postseason career three plus innings. Five runs allowed four earned is manager. Dave roberts. Can you? Put a finger on what seems to have him with Kershaw on the postseason. No. I just as far as tonight first of all we gave up to any basis we didn't play clean when he was in the game. There's affected the game. But as far as Clayton. I just think was. For execution and. I thought the stuff was good, but he just made mistakes in the strike zone and defensively. Again, we didn't do any favors trying to bullpen their way through this series. How big was in European Union to get that rally together in the nickname work a little there in the night. I thought we played an entire baseball game. I did for them to use hater for three innings tonight. And for us to get a good look at their arms in the pen. I thought we had good at bats all the way till the end. So they were selling obviously with Josh one three and excite against us. But I thought our advance even when you weren't storm Ryan's I thought they were competitive, Dave how stunning was it to see Woodruff rarely as bad in the major leagues pitcher kid homerun off Kershaw. You know, I think he had four beds this year. And we saw yet actually little bit power. Not a bad swing back to to see the ball where the ballpark against Clayton. Obviously that was a surprise to all of us trying to get away and most middle middle. Anybody could swing on dodgers manager Dave Roberts. Josh hater one of six relievers used by Milwaukee in game one. He struck out four over three scoreless innings after the game. Hater join our own. Pedro gomez. Just like you spent it, right?.

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"josh one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Shortest start of his postseason career three plus innings. Five runs allowed four earned is manager. Dave roberts. Can you? Put a finger on what seems to have with Kershaw on the postseason. No. I just as far as tonight, first of all we gave it to any basis. We didn't play clean when he was in the game. There's affected the game back as far as Clayton. I just think it was. Poor execution and stuff was good. But he just made mistakes in the strike zone. And defensively. Again, we didn't do any favors trying to bullpen their way through this series. How it was in European to get that rally together in the eighth inning and work a little there in the night. I thought we played an entire baseball game. I did for them to use hater for three innings tonight. And for us to get a good look at their arms and the pen. I thought that we had good at bats all the way till the end. So you know, they were selling out obviously with Josh one three innings against us. But I thought I'd bats even when you weren't scoring runs. I thought they were competitive, Dave. How stunning was it to see Woodruff rarely as bad in the major leagues pitcher kid all runoff Kershaw like that. You know, I think he had four bats this year. And we saw had actually some little bit of power. Not a bad swing back to see the ball where the ball park against Clayton. Obviously that was a surprise to all of us trying to get away and was middle middle. Anybody could swing on dodgers manager Dave Roberts. Josh hater one of six relievers used by Milwaukee game one. He struck out four over three scoreless innings after the game. Hater join our own. Pedro Gomez just like you scripted it. Right. Josh. I don't know about that..

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"josh one" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"When did you start writing your block? I started writing in twenty fourteen maybe. Do you think of it as a theme? It'll. Yeah, it is sure it is. And most of everything that I ride just basically comes down to investing. Really hard. And I think somehow people still underestimate that. So that is certainly a common theme through everything that I read about an headed that turn into the idea for writing a book. So I said to Josh one day, I have an idea. I'm gonna write a book about the best investors and their single best investment ever. And he said, no, no, no. The best investors and our worst investments ever. I I was was like, like, oh. oh, dammit, you're right, of course is so obvious and now is it I latched onto it right away and I got going and headed. You think about the process? I never done anything like this. I was kicked out of college twice. I don't. I don't have. I never had the attention span to really put my my head to the grind. I'm push Bush that line, but so it was. It was just me going to the coffee shop every weekend and my baby. I just been born. So I mean, I guess I was like a convenience get out of the house, but it was probably like almost a year and a half just every weekend, maybe halfway through three quarters. I start to get frustrated because I was started from scratch with every chapter and I was reading both that I had already read and reading with purpose, not just skimming looking for facts. And then I would have ten thousand words of notes that I would have to cut down to three thousand word chapter entertaining. I knew at the time that I would look back with memories and I will and and I am, but it was. It was work. I looked at this book through the lens of the average person, so I can't teach. Injures anything. You know what I mean? Like they know far more than I ever will about how businesses or value and stuff like that. But I always have the average person in mind. Whenever I'm writing, I'd love to dive into some of the stories and some of the chapters, and we just sort of go through what you learned along the way to why don't we start at the top with Ben Graham. The point of that chapter was just there are limits value investing. You could be the best business analysts in the world, and you might have a great long term track record, and things might be okay, but there are limits to value investing. Obviously his returns were good, but they were not like extraordinarily good. Now he did beat the Mark by almost two percent a year for decent Monto time said they were very good. Don't get me wrong, but they weren't like whole Mike God, and he got crushed in the depression like everybody did. But what was interesting about him in particular that he was positioned pretty conservatively going to the crash, but things got so cheap where businesses were worth more dead than alive because there was a real question like worthies business going to exist. Any. So he went an early and he couldn't resist values and he got destroyed that notion of kind of catching a falling knife. We all like to think we can pick the price at the bottom. Pick the manager at the bottom, whatever it is. I did a ton of that. And one of the reasons why confidence, right? This book, like who the hell am I to to write a book about mistakes that all these giants have made, but I made a lot of them and now I didn't. I never blew up or anything, but I caught so many fall knives. I bought stocks the fifty two week, low list, like I did the opposite of what you're supposed to be doing because it's very tempting, right? You think that Stockton from ninety two forty s. cheap. Well, maybe, but maybe there's a really good reason why it's now. David Einhorn who said the way the way psychos down. Ninety percent goes down eight percent and then gets cut in half. Yup. Yeah, tough. How about Jesse Livermore? Yeah. So this was my path in discovering the markets. The first book that I read was the intelligent investor. I was so excited..

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"josh one" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"There's no reason why Dr blazey Ford should be getting less due process than Anita hill got, and we all know how terribly need a hill was treated. But that's a sensually where we are right now. Josh one big struck me when the allegations for surfaces that a lot of people rush to defend. Cavenaugh not in the way he did. He said, this is not true and denied it and a bunch of you wanted to make the argument. Well, if you do something when you're seventeen, this is Ari Fleischer. Making version of that argument. Take a listen. But there's a bigger ethical issue. I want to get to here too. I wanna say this with a lot of sensitivity because he's sensitive issues, but high school behavior, how much and society should any of us be held liable today when we've lived at good life, upstanding life by all accounts. And then something that maybe is arguable issue took place in highschool. Should that deny chances later in life even for supreme court job a presidency of the United States or you name it? It was interesting, Josh. That was an argument that so many rush to. Yeah, when I think we should note that that's not the argument the Kavanagh's made possibly because it's not very good argument, but also possibly because he didn't do this and if he didn't do this, why would he need to defend his theoretical actions in high school? But I think you know, we're likely to end up in a position here regardless of the of whether there is further FBI investigation here senators, Susan Collins today raised the possibility. They could go back to the f. b. i. after there's a. Hearing on Monday if doctor testifies on Monday, but because of the nature of this allegation, thirty five years in the past, I think it's unlikely that the f. b. i. is likely to produce information that is inclusive in either direction. And so back to your point about Kavanagh's credibility, I think it's basically going to be on this committee to make an evaluation of the relative credibility of these two people, and then to make an evaluation of what to do in a situation where you're unsure whether Brett cavenaugh has done this or not. There's not a this is not like a criminal proceeding where you have a evidentiary standard set out in law where you have to prove something beyond a reasonable doubt. It is up to the senators discretion. How sure they have to feel about whether or not cavenaugh did this. And I think they need to do some soul-searching on that because it's very unlikely. I think that we're going to have conclusive proof either way. I think that point vanita. I mean, just seem to me that there is no escaping through process coming to a determination about fool, you believe. I think that's right if we had faith that the Republican senators were actually acting in good faith and trying to take seriously, they're all of advice and consent. But when you have a whole process where only ten percent of the documents were made available where there's been concealment throughout this entire process where they're invoking executive privilege in an unprecedented way on materials and documents that have that have no business being being hidden from the public. And from senators throughout this process, there has been, it's been nothing has been given reason to have any credibility in this process to think that senators are taking that role seriously wouldn't even eater you would oppose cavenaugh would no matter what the processes look. We were. There's no question that we were opposing having on his record and on, and I will say the process just made it all that much worse for the American public to actually not be able to fully consider the fullness of his of his background. But I will say the senators themselves have a very. They have a constitutional duty to me. And I think throughout this process and now is being thoroughly highlighted by the way that they're just trying to jam this through and enor- standard procedure. It is..

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"josh one" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"That's what that's to pas the be an example for the believer that there's this this impact or some there's this there's this strike that leaves a mark on and so that's what we must have such an encounter with god that he leaves his mark on us that when people see you not only see you see the lord jesus that's what we need you see it's easy to preach a sermon but it's a lot harder to live a sermon and so we need to have such an encounter with gun and such an encounter with the holy spirit that he leaves his mark opponent that when you have you ever left a service when you leave a mark that's gonna leave a mark that's a service changed my life and so passed or josh spent so much time with the lord that has left a mark on its lift the martin and it was evident the very first time i many it's what drew me to so he has a prayer lie he practices spiritual discipline and he he loves the board with all of his heart i heard just the other day the pastor brandon said you know what pastor josh one of in correct me if i'm wrong pastor brandon but he said one of the great things that i'd meyer about sure he can preach the paint off the wall he's the best preacher in the pentecostal church of god he is in my.

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"josh one" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on 710 WOR

"At eight josh one i will give you or any of our listeners a great white paper called the total portfolio solution and if you're concerned with potential volatility my good buddy steve blumenthal has created something called enhanced multiple portfolio theory and he says it's possible to construct portfolios offering a more conservative level of risk in this high market i would favor smallcap over large value over growth to generally answer your question but we have to figure in what degrees so let's say you're really conservative a lot of 401k's are now offering guaranteed income options you may not have that available so some of the 401k's that we're offering our now having a guaranteed interest account of two point seven to three percent so that might be a bond allocation so you know maybe you put forty percent at three percent you follow forty two point seven percent and the other sixty percent maybe ten percent and small cap value ten percents small cap growth timber sent large cap value ten percent emerging markets ten percent china you know ten percent japan if you want some juice but we would go over each and every 401k holding for you we would put it on our model and do some stress tests to see if there would be you know how resilient you would be if we experienced greater turmoil in the markets does that help you yes it does another ballpark my wife and i make about one fifty a year we have about seven hundred thousand in 401k's and i mean we're gonna eat cat food at sixty five or are we sort of you know plugging away okay if you make about one fifty year and you've maxed out your social security you're gonna probably get about sixty grants a couple on social security that's if you're lucky you may be at about forty five thousand of social security depending on how much she worked because generally women get penalized on social security because they don't have as many work credits because if they stay at home for a period of time so that's the metoo movement with social security but nobody's talking about that so let's say you get forty five thousand from social security on a seven.

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"josh one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Back america it's hugh hewitt joined now by josh crash our of course national journal you can follow him on twitter at hotline josh one of those terrible journalists in the wash white house correspondents association i think josh where are you at the dinner saturday night i i am a member of the association i was actually not at the dinner this the first one i missed it math five or six years but i it sounds like i'm glad i didn't miss a whole lot and didn't miss at least the comedy stylings of one michelle will sound like she just wasn't all that funny it was pretty pretty pretty mean longer green reprehensible the worst thirty minutes i've ever listened to but honestly ninety percent of it was fun i've never gone before i don't like big three thousand people gatherings etc but it puts them in a box it really does i wanna talk to you about john testers in a box with his mccarthyism attack on admiral jackson whether or not jackson was qualified for the job put it aside you know waving around unproven allegations is very mccarthyesque does tester find himself in a worse position today than he did last week so see things about senator tester number one he almost seems to be asking for a real serious political challenge even though he's in a little bit better shape than some of his red state democratic colleague if so he's throwing out these allegations about the admiral jackson that we're not not thoroughly vetted and he's also voted he voted to keep the government shutdown if you remember several months ago he was one of the very few red states that only red state democratic senator who who who took that vote so people are looking at his voting record and his positioning in the last year and wondering why he's kind of voting wise acting the way he is he's got a competitive reelection coming up democrats don't know who's going to be facing because republicans are have a crowded primary but testers doing everything in a in a in his you know.

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"josh one" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Slate out will my accent us massed again stay overnight she's about to get it passed again built up around a compression ed cast got his sixth damn what she said to doing this is not in my plan he got up a saw roberson a trash can ask them left on my nice fan custody at a stormed off like did although size that was about four trying to compete with do things that be baffour stay with these days than we ask for flynn has vowed homes down if we transform youth apparently fat despite his tough drop leave wretches droplet he'd on bosnia downli dancers no talent were eighty two guesses rinker had this per annum soonhoon but covers show getting post dan sure is how i sometimes you know ask you may do feel ngo so changing the brad razer in view getting a term rain caused coast good evening through the door as soon being pace over the no two dan the need your wish wall of frozen cowell gucci mane do be gooch away law josh one boy escaped the flaw shot off the plank of la wave in charlotte have you been espina suit boss owned push you win lybris down to one hundred thousand dollars on one wind upside target love again the other one night on disease eeking ovalles is key so damage to take a coach if you dare phases iris down day pay shown radio and i don't know i do the deby's number one hit music station in the mix and commercial free on wild 94 miller yeah mary no the paper long member of mm in your in prison waiter virtual god russia he's been milo norma on both lungs church the burlakov thing on me the bombings in only then john carew mayor this is a free and allowing in a loan one wrangles rang that if it really unnecessary me i was the monarch mom the lag meeting and right.

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"josh one" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on Filmspotting

"These out mixing no you to what i know for a fact that one of them this blew me away one of them was best cinematography oh okay so something i missed their as an eight year old in the aesthetic approach of war games to movies josh one got four oscar nominations one got two that i had never even heard of cross creek and rubin rubin nudity probably wouldn't have come up from listers now that i think about it but we would love to hear any picks or any comments you have about the top five films of 1983 jesty malice feedback at film spotting dot met masscre theaters next our selection this week among our most obscure unless you happen to live on my block in 1983 where this movie was very popular than it'll be time to strap on the vr headgear for our blind spot in review of video draw don't do and stay with us last week josh if you are one of those stone spotting listeners who is interested in helping out the show down the road when we had the next opportunity for a false butting production assistant the way you can apply for that job is through linked in jobs so if you are not currently on the platform we recommend that you get on it hiring is hard especially from job boards but there's a better place to find great talent and seventy percent of the us workforce is already there on linked in they are the world's largest professional network and linked in consider skills experiences location and more to match a promote your job to potential candidates businesses rate linked in jobs forty percent higher than other job boards at delivering quality candidates go to linked in dot com slash film for a fifty dollars credit toward your first job post that's leaked in dot com slash fell terms and conditions apply we also wanted to take a moment to thank some of our listeners who have been so generous to donate some of their hardearned money our way.

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"josh one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In in so i don't really need to go over the receiving because there's not a whole lot going on there nine yards total in the air for wayne state zula after we talked about being very efficient he's not been efficient does far only two for seven now one area that were not mentioning is you would think the because the present the time of possession would favor tippin with all those yards but wayne state actually leads the time of possession by almost a minute so what that's really telling ya is when states getting minimal gains on plays whether keeping the chains movements lightly tiffin's is getting chunks of yards when they can and they're just having so much more success running the football and passing the ball i it's it's something wayne states gotta find a way to change because if they don't there's going to be staring at itunes to record going into fair state josh one of those i i guess numbers anomalies if you will taylor mccarty the find looking freshman has five points from one hundred and sixty six yards that's twice as many punting urges the offense has in the first half and in mccarty hi i gotta say he's he's making those points so awkward that this resulting in one turnover almost a couple other ones as well as are having a hard time in them has averaged only thirty three yards a punt you'd like to see that boosted boo up there to closer to forty yards upon because that's that you're playing the fuel position game a when you're down my three scores going in halftime you've got to win the fuel position game because tiffin if if they if wayne state is not get on the board early in the second half they could really just play concert overly and just keep on the ball deep because wednesday's found nothing going off running or passing i can't state enough there's almost been no area in the game or wayne state succeeded it is half time in the dragons are on top by a score of twenty four to senate certainly look for better fortunes in the second half what we can tell you is when we come back a lotta great things going on all around the campus wayne state university in ashley casavant will talk about one of when we come back halftime showdown at tippin with the.

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"josh one" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"josh one" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"With one two one entering the third with an rbi single from josh one two s as with your growth the head budel one bottom hugh battered on the order of four new hampshire to throw at the bottom half of the inning gone awry in an andrew here before we get back a gun of and david how the top of the order i've been good this year again jack wind coop rieper five of the home run against him on the third of june any hiccuper hit lohan away height with eleven home run this year that was his sixth of the season back on hugh kerr harry's lincoln capped the pistole secondary's the react go is there an perot's amount that seven in a row retired now by one group giving a her party's yong guarded his own we mentioned how well john harris good against akron on thirty one that same day against britain wrath with all camp in the league one coop when sickening pullout who runs on by this settled for a no decision but go was hot as well as a threaten playing these days you take what you can get by gainey janssen's continuing to hit well up in cripple a as he entered yeah thickness drug an rbi double for him to give the buffalo bison the one nothing lead early he asked when could if one heart of the rebel hop what went they who bear to handle it a high perot and a in thick will you gal gadot now they acquire rid grass booth the tag was not applied and it will be an error allnew thorough so one thing go come off a bag with the toss across the diamond e five an app with the runnerup award with one away.

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