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"julia white" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Thank you, Brad. Checking the markets down. Futures are up. So R S and P and NASDAQ futures this morning. Jeopardy tweeted out a pre recorded Thanksgiving message from late host Alex Trebek. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that's a good thing. Keep the faith we're gonna get through all of this, and we will be a better society because of it. Baghdad of pear puree and a cancer earlier this month, he was 80 Celebrity birthdays Shoot Titan Manolo Blahnik is 78 Academy Award winning director Kathryn Bigelow is 69. Spell bells. We'll die decided right. Science rules. Bill Nye is 65. It's a rare condition after Julia White, best known as T Vertical from family matters is 44 here tonight to pay tribute to two men who have changed my life and the life of this country. Barack Obama and Edward and Kennedy. JFK's daughter, Caroline Kennedy is 63 years old. If you're celebrating today Happy Birthday, WCBS news time. 7 51. Let's find out what's coming up on face The nation this Sunday. Hope Margaret, the host, Margaret Brennan is joining us and good morning to you, Margaret. What's that coming up on your show this Sunday? Good morning, We will take a look at the hunger crisis both in America and around the world. We have the head of the World Food Program, David Beasley joining us They won the Nobel Prize this year for that. We will also look at some very, very troubling numbers. When it comes to Cove in 19 in this country, Dr Deborah Berks from the White House Coronavirus Task force will talk to us about the consequences of all those family gatherings that we had yesterday. The projection right now is that the numbers will worsen dramatically. And we've already surpassed 90,000 people in this country now hospitalized due to the virus, Margaret Brennan Post of CBS's Face the Nation. Thank you, Margaret. Thank you. WCBS news time. 7 52 You can hear Face the nation on Sunday Morning Sun, WCBS 8 80. You can watch it on Channel two. In a country where the color of your skin still dictates the care you receive. Nearly half of dermatologists say they were not adequately trained to treat skin of color Gasoline is.
"julia white" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"CorP app today to catch a ride or give a ride to work or home ride together with ways carpool. Joined by Julia white welcome. You are playing home at a lease. So can you explain the concept of the show? Yeah, the concept of the show is great figures from history are roasting each other. So you've got I play Nelson Mandela I actually had Nelson Mandela, Rosa Parks and Brock Obama. We're roasting MLK and in this, I was the one being roasted as Mohammed Ali, there was the Elvis, and Bruce Lee, Ed. Yeah. Babe Ruth, Babe Ruth, Larry. You just have to buy into the idea that these figures can say and do whatever they want, when you watch this show, it is hilariously irreverent, but it is based on deep dive research in eight gets as real, as you can get I happen to be in your audience. Tonight. You tape. Hey, and it was something to be hold. Because I got blindsided by the fact that Joe Frazier, quote unquote comes out of nowhere on stage and goes right? At you point of order. I was the biggest Ali fan growing up, I had to posters on my high school wall, Ali, and Joe Nemeth. And I love both of them because they didn't care what anybody thought they were going to be their own men creek. But when it came to fighting Frazier, and they fought three times as most people know every time it escalated, the scathing attacks of Ali on Frazier in it bothered me as a kid, 'cause I couldn't get through my head. What are you trying to do? It went. Beyond what you excelled at which was just your basic, great trash Tong and just a couple of quick. These are real life quotes for the first Frazier fight the one in Madison Square Garden. I'll.
"julia white" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Though it is eight in the morning my time on a Sunday. Right. We'll see Paul and the audience he'll be like doing all these crazy things. Still my laptop. Yeah. We'll excite Panos speaking at that isn't he he is. That's why that was the thing that put us over the top as far as straight as long as they stream it if they don't stream it we won't. But if. But if I thought, you know, if the Dallas go talk, this is more than just, you know. This is a this is something right, right? If you need if you need commentary from home, I'll be around. Signed up. Yep. It's sort of a mobile thing. Right. It's a Microsoft is is super focused on this thing being untethered. You know, they love that aspect of it. So I guess that's technically mobile. Eight because it's going to have the AI chip in it. It's really though about a new u I isn't it. I mean, that's really what it is, isn't it? Yeah. Do you? I it's also face and all that. Yeah. I think I think though, Paul Paul is can hinting at this. They'll talk about business heavily with this thing. Right. Like, they'll say, here's the business apps. It's like an IOT device. It's doing processing at the edge. I think you're going to hear all that too. Because Julia white is speaking to who's the corporate VP of Asher. It was kind of a fun demo, but I I would not expect to see something like that video game where the alien insect things come out of the holes in the wall. And you know, like, the Minecraft demo was fun. But I I don't that's not what this device is about. They may throw in something like that just to make it fun in. But. Okay. I want the job. I get the have to play Minecraft, and you know, three d. But I played Minecraft. Well that Chris Hollins it'd be better. But I played Minecraft once in one of those like gear VR thinks almost lost. My lunch was terrible. Just awful don't spin around. It's..
"julia white" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"You know, you get all the benefits of farm with none of the detriments. And I we know attack. We learned this at might have been CS last year. It was the year before that they cancelled the original second Holland's because it wasn't enough of an advance. And so this is technically the third one. But it's the second one they're going to release, and I assume that they will maybe fixes the wrong word, but improve the field of you as well. Which We'll is see why you're. why you're going, isn't it? You wanna make sure it's not a mail slot. I have I'm a closet hall ends fan. I I kind of don't appreciate the grief. I've gotten over this. No. I don't. Closet. Paul into the light it. It will get better. Some of the best Microsoft demos. I've ever done. We're holland's. Right. I mean as as. It as inappropriate as product is as a mass market device, which it isn't. It was never meant to be some of the demos are astonishingly. Good. Right. You know, the thing where you you fixing the electrical outlet, and the guy's helping you via the video thing floating next to it. It's it's genius. I mean, you know, the video game with the creatures are coming out of the wall, which is something no one should never do with Holland's. But it's fun. You know, it's it's it's demo about a year ago of a halloween's competitor called meta was really cool looking and they had things coming out of the walls, and it was fun. It just went belly up. Yeah. Go on forever. I remember when we did the live demo of Hollandse windows. An ambulance flying around the it was a real time view of the planes landing and taking off from sheep. All and. Yeah. And you could kind of you know, it seem in the room. I mean, there wasn't much practically it was a demo. Right. So it's not like grab a plan and do stuff to it. But, but you could I mean, that's the the point of it is this is a different way to visualize data. And it's really interesting in that case, I think to see with that looks like around you in a very immersive way. It's cool. I think it's very interesting. Julia white is part of this discussion because somebody's somebody has to be the person who's like guys, you know, what this is all about though, this is about intelligent cloud. Intelligent edge business devices right at like bring it back to reality. And not just talk. I mean, they're going to definitely talk pie in the sky futures. Because Alex kitman is they are. But it's also. Remind people like his a real device here for real customers. And you know. No, I think what's I think the big difference between now and four years ago is they have all the real world experience to know what worked and what didn't work, and they can say, look here's a product that is going to meet real needs. And I think that's great because Holland's has always had like an almost Microsoft researchy, kind of you know, fire out there kind of vibe, and the fact that they've it's found some kind of a home in a market is great. And I you know, and now they can approve it. That's good. It's exciting. I'd like to see them do well with it. There's it must competitor. Sure. You want to take a little tiny time out. And then we got to talk about windows ten. We haven't done that yet hoof. Hoof? And maybe we'll throw in some XBox. I don't know. Now, maybe they're experts Now, now. there is no. A reference to it. Xboxes is Jill. Our show today brought to you by what's he it's hot hot cloud storage to be exact with Saab as data storage. That's eighty percent cheaper and six times the speed of the industry leader AWS. It's really good. And I have to say I have a little bit of an insight into the beginnings of whistle because it was started by two good friends of mine, David friend, who was the founder of carbonite. But before that, the he been the Arp synthesizer. He's really wonderful serial, entrepreneurs smart guy, his guy tech guy. Jeff flowers four carbonite..
"julia white" Discussed on The Changelog
"Feel invited or feel like they can actually accomplish that which I've been there before I've I've needed personal representation somewhere for me to feel like I can actually do this. And I think shows like that give people that that feeling next is this was I'm actually surprised on. On a list is it on a list because it was just listener popular. Or is this listener poplar, right? Okay. This listener popular yet. So I'm not exactly surprised. I am actually delighted take this surprise back and give delighted instead, and I would say because another fan favorite. Julia. Julia white in the case of being a corporate vice president at Microsoft seventeen year veteran no less we met at Microsoft, build and brought we worked with closely Microsoft to sort of get the right people onto the show and get interviews with the right people at Microsoft Bill, which is actually kinda hard, but we really push to speak with Julia because we just really wanted to talk through this back story of Microsoft, Azure. Like sure most everybody just thinks. Oh, it's Microsoft, cloud, or whatever. But I think just an interesting story and how we even began the show went back to the beginnings of office. And she told this whole. Of how as you're actually began with what was the presentations? What was it? What was the the the insider thing they have at Microsoft that came rewards called? Now the server they have not not I s server, but the act share point ship point. Yeah. It was I think it was some sort of like cloud base share point idea thing, I make if I'm remembering correctly, I could probably scan the transjet over in the transcript. I should I should do that. But it was there was just an interesting story there that I didn't even know when this deep is it did. But there was so much more there, and that kind of show to me personally, I loved a lot, and I'm really glad it's one of the fan favorites because I love that show and kind of surprised that because Microsoft hasn't had the best name. They're definitely getting a better naming more respected name. But when you just say the beginnings of Mike shop dashes like do. I really care. I think the answer was yes. Yeah. And that show in terms of reaching listeners was slow burn. It didn't come out of the gates as super popular. I think that makes sense because the beginnings of Microsoft, Azure, as the title of the show know, if I'm being honest, I wouldn't probably listen to that show. If I just saw the title myself episode, two ninety eight of course, in the show notes, if you wanna go back, and listen, but the fact is that Julia is just a captivating and just smart as a whip guest..
"julia white" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Conversation. Today on this thing about. What do we do? Of course, we want. Everybody to vote all black people need to vote. But is it just me a doesn't seem that? Black people who align themselves with a conservative ideology, and who support a white supremacist agenda, actually. Our enemies of black people. I mean that is it just me. Know what you do with that. Well with somebody that you love and that you had respect for. Reveals that they are a closet Trumper. What do you do? How do you? How how do we respond to folk like Kanye west? And you know, those who. Minerals, say dump stuff. That that places black people's. Progress in jeopardy and. Actually. Contributes to the calls of white. Why why would anybody do that? I don't know. So the main thing for the morning. Yes, we all know that what is most important is that black people vote, but what is the deal with black people who support forty five? Those endorsed by him. To the lions we return, David. I see you come on. How you doing? I'm will do brother in you. I'm fine. Thank you. I guess you can. Black conservative. Okay. David. Appreciate it. I think I think it's really. It's it's it's complicated. World is complicated. But at the same time some of. Conservative policies. I don't think hurt black people. I think they help. Most americans. At the same time. I think there are issues with. Criminal Justice system. Can be. Six. But I don't think calling people that think differently than you or the group. Names is very helpful. Like, I'm a I'm a Christian. I try and. Treat people as individuals. Not as groups. I mean, I grew up with some white people. Let me just let me push you date because I grew up with white people to you know, to high school in. Julia white folks elementary will party elementary second part. I part they had to stay called segregation in. So we didn't go to school together. Okay. And I didn't create that rule. A rather with people did. But my my question. You know has to do with. You know, we we see what? The outcome. Of the policies that are considered conservative and Republican. And you said yourself that you are a Christian now. So Christians emojis out of this whole conversation about Christ, or Jesus or your shoe. And clearly throughout the writings of the biblical text Jesus or your shoe finds himself on the side of the poor. And all ways all ways at invitation with the rich. So I'm trying to figure out how people can cause them fill call themselves Christians and support policies that undermine the potential for the forward movement of the poor. I don't understand that that's counterintuitive to me. I wouldn't I wouldn't say Jesus was had toward the rich talk bad about the rich say, yes, he did. He said they know where they can get into heaven. Well, I didn't write it. Right. Right. Well, you have to look at the context of that what your taste is a black man talking about what Romans or white folks was doing to other black people and people of color at the time. That was that's what is real simple complex. It didn't have anything to do with color at the you'd think not. Interesting. Yeah. I guess that's the way. It's I guess that's the way it's been taught to to you. But that's not true come on. True breath. That's the way the way that I read it the problem with with rich are going through the eye of the needle harder for a rich, man. Get through the eye of a needle had to do with. What are your idols if your ideal is money then? Yeah. One example, Jesus picked up a little little little child and said and less you come to me like this unless you embody this spirit. I ain't got nothing to do with you. But if you do embody spirit, then I'm with you. And the God who sent me is with you as well. No give no clear at a net. Right. But what what spirit would that be? That's not the spirit of dividing people born racial live. That's a spirited would love a black people don't divide people about racial lines. White people do that. That's the point in the flip it around back and say the black people are doing this all behind this is just disingenuous if not true. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. I never said that what I'm saying. It was w suggestion. No bre. Who suggested it? I didn't suggest that. Okay. That's how I interpreted it perhaps that was wrong. Yes. You were rock, okay. And again, I think we can agree to disagree black white Brown, whatever on different subjects of policy. But that doesn't mean, but is wrong. When people abridge one groups freedom whose freedom was already abridged in order to make themselves to enrich themselves. And that's what we're watching. Would you give money to the top one percent of the people and you cut the other ninety nine percent out? That's that's file you know, what I mean? Right. Right. Well, I don't know when you say give money. I mean, they give money poor people to rich people. That's clear. That's what they do. That's what Republicans do. And then they complain about entitlements. You know, what I'm saying once they get the entitlements themselves Atlanta, everybody else, they wanna cut out. I mean, that'd be clear. You have the last word here. Okay. I would just I would just say this. I think when you look at in this country anyway when you look at. White supremacy is a worldwide phenomenon. So it's the same. All okay. Well, I mean, that's what.
"julia white" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"On and on and met people before me people after snow kind of a cute sketches that they had last night that I thought worked Ryan the one you back a little bit, right? Did I was a little skeptical? And I was like, okay. Here we go again. Another little cliche joke. We're gonna make it a theme tonight. And then it was it was fun hours funny. And by the way, main takeaway, first of all is good to see Dwayne from another world, a different world was throwback and Michael J even had remembered Wayne's glasses. Oh my gosh. He looks a lot older now. Well, that's what happens as time passes. I didn't even recognize him. There will be a time as my dad always says don't say that you will become unrecognisable from the person you once were it's the truth. If you are blessed to live that long you will become unrecognisable and you'll probably deal with the problem with your prostate. That being said Julia white who played Steve urkel sketch. Did I do that looks great? It looks like Steph honor Cal. Yeah. Remember when he went in that machine on family matters. Well, he's in a good spot because he was so well known as being such a nerdy goofy looking guy then you have nowhere to go. Nowhere to go from. I mean that didn't go. Well, you know, we we have more chances for you to do. Good gooder. What would you like me to lead with after the break? I'm gonna blow your mind, we're gonna get tipsy. Choose your own adventure. I like this. How to never burn your hand on a seat belt buckle again. I don't know. Why you saw that man? Never never experienced that be nice. You guys silver frigging spoons. Yeah. Just put your hand on the appropriate part of the seat belt. Buckle won't bring your hand. The manual for almost anything seems pretty broad and not as good as you would think how about your the timeframe in which you can return in app on your phone. They applauded and they liked it will lead within next. For project down and dirty comedy or on fail now on Thursday. We announced which member of each show. We'll be doing stand up comedy for our show. It's Alexis in me, what needs to be Arthur. Joining us on a main stage from Don, Steve the one and only Steve Patterson. Colleen and Bradley, she likes to see Pauline. Lori and Julia. Jing? Julia. But not to worry if you're fan of John Donna, Ryan, Bradley, Holly. Donnie, we'll all be doing live improv after a three day crash course in being hilarious stage..
"julia white" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Like clones him so that he's permanence it was like it was really it reminded me of like i was reading comic books at the time too and like it just reminded me of like the clone saga and spiderman or something it was that convoluted well the there's a speaking of jordan peele there that key and peele sketch about we're jordan peele is is carl winslow and he's just yelling at the writers because he keeps getting these scripts that are just more and more say about like he's like this is a show about a blue collar family like why a steve urkel like turning me into a car and driving me around you know it's like that kind of thing but like when you watch that and then look at what happened on the actual show it's barely an exaggeration like yeah like you said stefan and circle existed at the same time i think it was also because julia white was like thirty and like his real he was just this guy at that point but then like when he was damaging his own by put on suspenders and be like hey everyone and then he was just taken off and be like hey what's up i'm just a guy now at this point hey yeah i'm trying to get laid can i show america how handsome i yeah yeah there was an urkel bot which he again i think he created he created in one episode and then it was like just shows just like how many different versions of oracle there were that its biggest at its most bloated point is like the multiple man com your sister around everywhere because well there's this one episode that shows like how far they would take these terrible ideas the episode's name was stephenville and it was because urkel got go out a doll called steve l and then it turned out it's spoken a satanic voice told them was gonna murder the family and then at one by one murders all the family members like it sucks eddie into the chimney will you know when you name it steve will yeah wasn't really expecting kills eddie what the chimney runs down the kids with a car dismembers laura and then decapitates the mom but then it turns out it was.
"julia white" Discussed on About Last Night
"Fuck tobu aronie there you go thanks todd so we'll be right back everybody it's me tony thanks listening to the about last night podcast we read williams hit adam rate there are a lot of fun want you should scribe on to this podcast give them a five star ratings of this midget ju can feel good about themselves couple minutes also get on your iphone or android and get the podcast you can also listen to it on stitcher about last night podcast dot com where you can hear past episodes with great yes like lisa coup drill paul feek kevin neal in saginaw dion coal chris adam devine michael mcdonald julia white but friedman stevo parlin williams tom arnold ron funches glass bin blake on this home decimate peluso joey mcintyre and many many more i'm tony thanks for listening to the about last night podcast that's it right got it sweet boy most booth by the way of can't who is it hannukah willow nice.
"julia white" Discussed on About Last Night
"Seven thirty at that point but they've they freaked out and it was like awesome see and they we're so fucking close to like i definitely state eight seats were great taylor swift i get why she's fucking filthy rich because those tickets with that jake glad i'm speaking of on the weekends at work yeah hey in digging of that will be in poughkeepsie poughkeepsie at the yuck yuck yeah yeah no i in when you see because it was at where the seahawks played centurylink yeah so that's that's god knows how many people seahawk game is i think forty grand i can only imagine for a concert like that they're probably also jacking them up because to just like the festival and napa they know people are going to pay for these things we have great vip our second night there because we ran to julia white and his girl and a couple of friends and i was like and they would be and i was like i want to be able to hang out being general mission guess what saw saw life from that perspective yeah fine but wanted to soak up that vip experience absolute record and also they had a lot of mini stages and there was extra entertainment going on and one point snooping adam richman cooking with more energy then barry bonds are they literally cooking yes it's new smoking ajay and he's stern beans here's how here's a whole areas and is this a show no it was just a side stage thing and they're one integrate more stuff they have look they have a lot of big headliners but not on towards the headliners really started like four ten and there's three bands like killers hadn't the hard and.
"julia white" Discussed on About Last Night
"We've got little dass de habits don't we next time we'll have an umbrella okay mr trump to give mika give mate jesus too late this summer the movie we've all been waiting for trump pete tape they said it couldn't happen in two god that's i got to go see that movie we'll be right back everybody it's me tony danza thanks for listening to the about last night podcast we've read williams hit adam rate boy there are a lot of foot want you should scribe on i two to this welcome podcast give them a five star ratings of this midget do can feel good about themselves for a couple minutes also get on your iphone or android and get the podcast app you can also listen to it on stitcher about last night podcast dot com will you can hear past episodes with great gets like lisa coup drill paul feek kevin neal in sagging dion coal krista leah adam devine michael mcdonald julia white but friedman stevo harland williams tom arnold ron funches glass bin blake on does home decimate peluso joey mcintyre and many many more i'm tony nasa thanks for listening to the about last night podcast goodnight that's it right you got it sweet boy smoltz booth by the way what kind of ken was that hannukah willow nice.
"julia white" Discussed on About Last Night
"I don't know what sort of guests does you have coming up and i'm sure you're like now people to the point where people are i mean right a little bit bigger yeah but just if you can't at some point and it doesn't have to be kareem but somebody who looks like kareem saying learning sexy and so in some seen it doesn't have to make sense oh new learning about a joke that you did at a previous show was that both shows i was actually picking abstract that it's like an exterior syrian fans over he's looking right down the barrel and he goes hey learning sex thing and then the scene star never acknowledges it that's why you have your own show vision is the home box thanks i'll always the show i love you guys we'll be right back hey everybody it's me tony thanks listening to the about last night podcast we've read williams hit adam rate there are a lot of fun why don't you subscribe on this podcast give them a five star ratings of this midget do can feel good about themselves couple minutes also get on your iphone or android and get the podcast app you can also listen to it on issue about last night podcast dot com you can hear past episodes with great debts lisa coup drill paul feek kevin neal and sagging dion coal krista leah adam devine michael mcdonald julia white but friedman stevo harland williams tom arnold ron funches frick glass bin blake gained on does home decimate peluso joey mcintyre and many many more i'm tony donets.
"julia white" Discussed on About Last Night
"As long as long as they can come by the walking in in senior moms smile and comics walk in the door walking with you get that everybody that's amazing johnson all right now even though oh man no but once night fell of men ann dowd the day jio download the mayor of them podcast lee right back hey everybody it's me totally dan's of thanks for listening to the about last night podcast we williams hit adam ray boy there are a lot of ford hawke why don't you subscribe on i do see this looking podcast give them a five star ratings of this midget missed you can feel good about themselves for a couple of minutes also get on your iphone or android and get the podcast that you can also listen to it on stitcher thought about last night podcast dot com where you can hear bad episodes with great gets life lisa kudrow paul fleeing kevin nealon bob sagging leon coal quiz no leah adam devine michael mcdonald julia white but freed may stevo parlan williams tom arnold ron launches rick glass been blakeana soon ponders home a maple ozone join mcintyre netted many many more i'm tony naser thanks for listening to the about last night podcast goodnight that's it right yacht it sweet why go them both by the way what kind of can was at honecker willow a nice.
"julia white" Discussed on KOMO
"Good weekend in the komo weather center i'm steve pool it's not easy being an icon of us their job requires making predictions which often turn out to be wrong especially on a monthtomonth basis but all in all they have been relatively accurate about 2017 wall street journal data shows there were off the most about the unemployment rate the majority thought it would fall from four point seven percent of the start of the you're to 45 but it's actually closing out at four point one the prediction for average monthly job creation one hundred sixty six thousand it came in and 100 and 74 most economists also expected three fed rate increases and that's what we did get this year they were also pretty close in housing starts oil prices in average gdp growth our prediction for coming years automation taking on a greater role in the workplace and making inequality worse was more and more tasks predated schuman's a pool my roadblocks prediced you would be paid out wages he's like to shift towards profits towards those who machine matthew lawrence is with the institute for public policy research he says automation will boost productivity but it threatens many lowerskilled jobs is your password one two three four five six despite warnings that is still the most common password used in multiple platforms and cybersecurity experts say eighty one percent of data theft is related to the username password combination so a big effort is now underway to do away with password access altogether and replace it with biometrics says julia white vice president of microsoft's cloud platform faced a means using eu as and as a password right your face your fingerprint in some cases in a heartbeat to say that you are who you are she and her team are working to make passwords a thing of the past is this look at the camera it's taking three hundred different points and that's it biometrics are already being used on laptops and salva's goal she says is to access everything from banking to brooks brothers without ever typing another password that's better from a security perspective it's donkeys it's just a better experience rather than having to worry about forgetting my password i am the password it'd be sees stephanie gosper reporting consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio.
"julia white" Discussed on About Last Night
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"julia white" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Is a good morning good to have you with us thank you for listening to us we are into jingle bowl week it is friday and erkel is forty one today steve arkley which israel is name i don't know is name is job lee all white okay julia white article forty one frankly ask rate you know time is flyin hand it's when that's happened him on alley hasn't issue before you know it's a ryan's roses this morning and before we get to the did you hear ben affleck talking about ryan's roses so ben was with kelley reply and he was talking about listened to the shop older girls think think it it's much cooler that i know you back the fact that i know ryan to the radio show every morning it's there i have to turn the roses park on the road tweeted he insists said sometimes i said well that's not the idea behind the ideas to turn up ryan's roses turn it up and if the affleck's are listening this morning a morning your morning i'm ben and the kids are alley how are you i am going okay erica what it says you our disgusted by your best friends fiancee yes euroword okay tell me you who literally the word i won't either one of the worst i've ever met for won't she proposed to her over message the real like uh threat what she was like i was going to propose to you now that i'm out of you i'm not going to other than that while and then a week later he actually did it still have a new he'll threaten not the proposed herrlich how bad of a guy could you be yeah and then her family actually says that she can do any better than him longuet at her her family says she cannot do better than him no i hurry up and marry him like i guess a half do okay yeah i never been mirrored what this all sounds like the one reason to get married in horrible i knew she woke horrible book unhappy at polgar i don't like him i mean i wanted sorry why is she doing it if she's not happy about it and everyone else is telling her to what's the point why she doing it what's the rush procure hammering at they are like with the families getting marriage she is true but i know you've been at gonna do it anyway i don't know what to do what i do i can't do anything she has to do it it's not you can't this is my point you can't do anything either she's she has to either the side that she can walk away or she gets into it and tries to make it work for nothing you can do is all about her she has to do it well i remember i admit her you know him if they like anyone of jack can i can say i after that dramatic or two dramatic and they might not say that and this is not about you objecting or not bar so if she wants to do it than she should do in trimbe make it work if she's on a happy than she shouldn't do it i mean i guess it's not a third party issue i know what i did i not be bridesmaid sound like other law i don't even know how to i mean you've already told her that you don't like him yeah does he know that you don't like them i mean i barely our came i think that there is a vibe they're between are thoroughly like each other were alley unfortunately you should speaker piece before and then on the day of the wedding let it be all right guy and he had guy i could wish you are going to marry mark them but i know how he but are you married no no no and there's there's the glass is half full thank you for listening your are cut by nine i mean i do believe like you can't tell someone else will it to do or feel they're going to do it overnight nagging give them your view hey here's my view here's my if i were you but you can't get them to do something that even banned though that like risky because they can shut you out if you do that they can and then you have to give the way that but not i mean having two minutes situations where you to say look i'm going to tell you what people see you may disagree but here's what people see just a you know let's come back in just a second here were paying a belt stick around ryan's back in sixty seconds okay so in case you don't know i love the holidays actually i live there's something about tru car a lot of people don't know using true
"julia white" Discussed on MIX 104.1
"No problem chris pratt all right let's could kennedy back in the studio please lodge out jobs that is makes me gloved with kennedy kirsten from narragansett gulzow one chew i think is it three three three of five already these very difficult questions kelly are you ready crush number one heather lock lear turned fifty six years old yesterday clearly has a thing for the 80s rockers she's been married twice once with srouji sam bora the other was to destroy mer tommy lee bertie ahern yet you and had lacked clear heads up late amended kennedy is dating a new guy and he's a drummer to ban part said we call dr liu now you guys got yolk putter one question over to kennedy's boyfriend lift nod kidding of course abdou starting in october you'll be able to stream every episode of the show elf on these stars app what was elf oh alf and ailing in killed way thanks had any also would've accepted puppet now getting we give you live spoiler alert tied at two a question number three lady gaga does vulnerability takes the forefront of renewed net flicks documentary five foot two what is lady gaga actual first name as its death or injury stephanie i started watching up maybe go with this at the slow slowburn tied at three questioned number four jalil white as his character steve perc goal is to him like how mickey mouse is to disney as in the jewel of the brand new wells what show did julia white portray oracle on family matters family matters quran did i do that was at him yet car todd three to chew question number or no through three question a berth for or 443 sorry question over five kennedy chris pratt took one of those online quiz is to determine if he's chris hemsworth chris pike chris evans are chris pratt he got chris savage i think i think the quiz is called you're so chris which of those curses does not play a marvel superhero chris wait mumber time please okay just last name designing hemsworth pines pine evans pratt pint of that kind five three very nicely done kennedy the at the sweep christian you don't get the win but you do get four tickets to everyone's favorite holidy hit elf the musical are prey not allow elle i'll playing the box that are white theater debra 28th rude sevententh by to add box at our dot org or ticketmastercom.