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"katom" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

Lesbians Who Write Podcast

16:01 min | 1 year ago

"katom" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast

"There will not going up the people on the street but some listen said that she was listening to it while getting ready for a night out. She sent her nipples so she wants to thank you for that. Roseanne trained in saying that she never heard of it in she also did say this is one of the best podcast so thank you Roseanne Carol from Lisbon reviewed a said Nipple centering has changed her life. Merrill is laughing out loud about nipples. Centering conversation was getting trained looks well wandering around Earth Sue <unk> chimed in about volunteering to help center people's Nipple so you know we'll see what happens with that comment and then we had some comments from other people on the website case says she listens to your podcast and she was doing it while she was a drafting and she may have dropped some papers because she was laughing so much. Thank God there were a page numbers I on Carolos back. She had a question about the Nafi Ice Cream Flavor of did it have chunks of banana in it the ice cream because it has trunks carols out but if it's just like the flavor banana flavor she still in well. The thing is carol. It's an imaginary ice cream say if you've seen but people take seriously if you want it not to have junks it'll be chunk Klis smooth smooth as something that's mays. I'm a wordsmith you name. It can be wherever he wanted to be all right. She still is on your side about the mango ginger which is odd but bail give it to you on Jayjay was back on. We mentioned that neither one of US had used Risi but she has experienced with Risi in. She appreciates that they event editors so if anyone's looking for I know some people were asking questions about how the fine a good editor so she said <unk> has done well. One of the drawbacks she did mention is that there are a bit more expensive so you have the way that into you. Calculation we headed email. I had an email to my author count from Nellie who said interest episode we were talking about how twenty nineteen is treating us and I said I had a bit of a rough year. Issue wrote wrote a very kind e mail seeing that she doesn't WanNa add pressure. She will sit back in wait for my next book in She doesn't want me to rush through and <hes> pretty much. Kill myself trying to get next book out so it's very nice to hear another reason to be open with your readers in advance because they are very understanding thinks kind of go difficult in your life in a we had an email from Mandy. She is hooked on our podcast so thanks so much for listening. Mandy on Claudia also emailed <music> saying that we're releasing episodes too fast. She's a bit behind but not sure how we can change that. I mean the not going anywhere. Say You can just listen at your leisure. Rachel also citizen email saying that she also is having a difficult uh twenty nineteen but she does look forward to our episodes each Monday so I'm glad we can Chiro per year in A._M.. Wishing her the best of luck for the second half twenty nineteen wishing at all youth is an older readers and grape a second hall as team in it. We got an email from Kathy who she says she found our podcast by mistake so hail. Take that no matter how you found US wrong kathy run is she's attention all episodes in his learned a lot Carol commented on twenty two <hes> again carols from lesbian reviewed people. You should check out that that cytology include her link in this week's resources and she's glad weather. She meant that you mentioned Helen Nicky from bad girls. Actually we got quite a few comments about how people like Helen Nikki. I'm goes and go Cuando comments about him Nikki and because we didn't know them did you. You haven't seen by girls but it was. It was the series to watch back in the day in the U._k.. And I had a couple of comments on instagram. Natasha says she remembers the moment a young teenage self assured her mom and her bedroom to what you seem with Helen Dewar and a master Mr she thought she might be getting say Helen Nikki like a lot of for the as I said to Natasha this. If there's a couple of can bring out gay signed it would be the exam. They were amazing. It was on that APP SADE WE GONNA love comments about Kelly and Arizona from EPA from Alison from picks from Moose from Morale Ian as my tentatively some names now and from some kiss scribbles say thank you comments on Instagram and yes. He doesn't love Khazanah. I also have to add that Carol on twitter cold you clear light in a legend. You know the Fest Carol All right. I have one final comment on my side. It was mural episode twenty two. She said she had giggles from the start she also said that you mentioned the movie book smart that you haven't seen yet heading heard of it because apparently live thunder Iraq <hes> but she said it was a brilliant movie so we should track that down and I apologize for if I apologize for rushing through all those comments but we just wanted to get caught up Julia Mann Luck Katom and we definitely should guns e book small not together ABC's AC- 'cause you live in Boston line of in London say with bit far away but we can see it and then discuss it. I've heard nothing but good things about it saying I am going to check it down. <hes> I have a couple of other comments Erica on email said that and she loves the GIN and Tonic Zubay is the best flavor ever and she wants come into my house and Troy Erica. I haven't made it so <hes> you can bring over. If you like make yourself I think she lives in America so again. Let me get T._V.'s lease house. I don't even really boil a correctly so I don't recommend anyone. Come over to sample anything I create it. This'll fact in my household not eat food. I make an whimsical beanie says she's been listening to the podcast in had gone and loving thing it her neighbors have to especially the lesbian sex in episode say yes spread spread the word far and wide people. Let's get everybody should be really annoying and go on buses and public transport and just listen to a PO- cost lost without headphones which think four it melts read the news comments <unk> ice cream chat done. Let's get onto this week's big question which is how do we come up with the titles for books and for characters actors saying T._B.. Had to come up with the Times books I don't have a set method. I know from a very first novel woman lost. It wasn't actually originally called a woman lost. It was called adventures of idiot in love and when I started trying to picture the cover that's a really long title. That's really gonNA work so I went to you dinner with my partner. This is when we London we went to one of our favorite Chinese places near us. We just started brainstorming. My partner said well. What's the main theme of your main character? I'm like well. She's really lost. Let me she's lost and so my partner is the one who actually came up with the name for that book and once I got that book title <unk> since it is a series although there book titles in play with the same theme there's usually woman in the title set made it easier so that was that was a group effort in <hes> there there was some beer and wine involved when we crafted craft that title but some other titles were bit harder for me to come by in I would I kind of put a call out to a Beta readers in editors like you know <unk>. Can you help me craft the title because it's not coming to me okay and then I had to series did the Miracle Girl in the Chosen One where I had those the series titles before even started writing which was so much easier on me because the mayor girl that's part of the whole mystique of the novel like why is she called American girl is. It's a huge part of her backstory will. I won't tell you guys why she's called the miracle. You have to read the book to find out in the chosen. One is the same kind of premise where the reason she's called. The chosen. One is her back story in so it it just worked out well for those issue series to know that but I don't think for listeners who are thinking of writing a novel or Novella or short story. I'm not sure you actually have to have the title before you even start but <hes> it is something you should keep in the back of your mind mind when you are a crafting your story. What do you think I would love to have my titles before I saw I think it would be a great thing to happen? I'm just looking along who my books and there's not one of my books. <hes> the had the title title before I started the owner he may be London actually because again like you say series books are slightly easier to cross because you know that it has to follow a certain template and so I went under remedies that has to be the would in London in the title but I didn't think that before I started to series because I didn't really know who's going to be a series when I started in say that kind of created problems will me because my initial one London cooling. I I came up with that right at the end I and then this London love I think I came without myself but a Goku London and the London of us were again taking friends out to dinner bind them bind them food implying them with wine and then saying and the only days my dad blessing came up with a hilarious list of Radi bad titles but I think they did so prompt a few things so I did give him a big cute also in that he is five say he's titles. He was like the London Underground with women or something like that and I was like yes good dad a lightweight you going but this does great though because even Kinda gives true to the fact that there are no banner years because even though the idea is bad you can kind of play around with it and you Kinda know what what is resonating with people in what they're picking up on when you tell them what the book is about so you can even though you didn't choose that exact title which I kinda find humorous. I might have to ask him next struggling. He's retired. He's got low to tell him he came out with about twenty times which I did find very sweet and from those titles I think a kernel of an idea wound and then so he did help definitely up yeah. It's like you said it's it's not it's like if you're trying to think I remember this from from my journalism days trying to think of a title for an article says the same thing just right a lot of words down the odd that match the the topic that you're trying to put title Turkey or just look at the source and say see other words you can do and then it can spark an idea say yeah definitely just just sit down and scribbled alighted things down or go out and play you friends and loved ones with with <unk> based food and hope they come up with something we that was my London series the other one the other thing that I generally tend to fall back on if I can't think of it they is solarex because some lyrics things the AH cluttering my head twenty four oh seven but so many song lyrics in my head and there's not much else say London Cooling Song. You're my kind song. Will I went for Christmas Song. It had to be so. Do we see a pattern. We do say yeah just just and I think that's the same a law. Things isn't it mining other forms of creativity ideas you when you're writing nick things from movies and other books and T._v. shows that you think unless good idea as well as just a knife say I think it's vowing to just look at all other things and see where you can pull an idea from and sometimes I think I'm being really really original and I'm not as in twice in lifetime. Say When I looked fat I though yeah that's a great anytime soon and then to other people lose lesbian romances with exactly that title within a month chances Royston them. I'm not twice lifetime. I've been seeing that happened more and more in Listrik actually since inside the newsletter I haven't seen I've seen that title before thinking. I'll go on Amazon. Look like Oh.

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"katom" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"katom" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"I stuck into the <hes> the N. T. Five Point Zero Beta to <hes> when they signed off on it internally like just walk through the door because I look like my it guys yeah and it was like I just because back then what's the phrase when you fall some of the key card but <hes> but <hes> but ch- chasing that sounds wrong now now everyone has to everyone has to do their car then I go through but back then it was much more lax Mrs One Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety eight and <hes> we had been at the reveres workshop and they said something like we're GonNa go back to the campus and sign up for the Code and looked at the guy was with and I was like let's go and so we went over there and we just walked through the door. It was yeah it was Jim Allchin and St bomber and they lead a chance that literally it was like a Nazi chant. It was except it was N._t.. Everywhere in the whole room was like N.. T. The everywhere everywhere everywhere and this guy and I looked at each other. We're like we gotta get snuck into an meeting yeah so we were literally just through the door. This guy goes you to hold on a second. I turn around and I'm like what and he goes. You forgot your t shirt. Oh the sweat that's us. That's almost like I guess we just take the t shirt. Hewitt Hewitt had cell phones where you could've easily like recorded. The worst part of the story is is so this August nineteen ninety eight it was N._T.. Five Zero Beta two they were chanting anti everywhere. They changed the name of this product windows. Two thousand two weeks later doesn't really work. We must do thousand anywhere. Doesn't they got rid of the name they killed. You know the brand that mt or something like it everywhere the brand formerly known China's N._T.. Everywhere it's built on anti technology everywhere. Wow you guys are intrepid. I impressed Cologne impressed these days I I don't know if I would dare to do some of the things I've done to snuck down. Remember that time that was stuck into the buildings and we'd said the guys something guy stopped us and we said no it's okay we're worth Microsoft and he let us through his they were sitting down with them and he just let us like Nancy downstairs. They were setting up and you know in the three stooges where there's a doorway and they stick their heads in like one over the other Mary Jo literally then some guy that's rotten katom scares and we ran up the stairs. One of the guys text me goes just come into our meeting that you and I might know uh-huh okay. We're in the bar of the hotel lobby and he goes yeah. You can't get away with it anymore. It'd be tough episodes later. I think recycling facility has a look unfortunately oh man that's too bad but his code kind of against that or no. It's kind of encouraged right. You're this is the first amendment or whatever it was whatever we could do. We could go to Las Vegas Right. That's weak and we could just hang out at a hotel but if we tried to sneak into anything I'm sure they would either threat would be very difficult..

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"katom" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"katom" Discussed on Mixergy

"How they built their businesses for entrepreneurs. And I just got back from land. I didn't say this to you before. But I just got back hours ago from Santiago Chile where I ran a marathon. Yeah, it was all your eyes bulging out. It was like that. I didn't expect the heat could be so bad. Winter in the world right now. So I thought maybe it was going to be, you know, easy didn't realize a heat would be the biggest barrier to me finishing the marathon. And they ran out of water. But they did have Gatorade. Which monster the race? There was like endless Gatorade. That's good. The thing that struck me about them as have you been to Chile. And we here, by the way to talk to Alon Sylvain. He is the founder of Sylvain labs. What they do. Is there an innovation in brand design consultancy, we're gonna talk about what that means in how a lot of the invasion that goes on in these big companies. I thought it was just all internal that was their secret sauce. That's what made amazing. No, apparently, it's it's so vain that does it. We're gonna talk about it. But I've gotta just tell the audience Katom up on who. I am. And what I'm doing here? The beautiful thing line that happened over. There was they did this start up Santiago about a decade ago where they decided they were going to give money to entrepreneurs wander move there and start their companies there some of the companies ended up doing well and stayed there. Many either left or didn't do well, which is what happened in startup. But what I noticed is there's this culture of embracing entrepreneurship that came through that in more than that a culture of optimism. And yes, part of it is due to the fact that it is a stable country Chile is it is a country that hasn't had these big swings in their in their in their. Money or in their politics the way that other countries have in the area. But another part is the sense of we can do something big and big things are happening here in the opportunity is here only the world knew about it. And I love being around that. And frankly, the thing that I think we as entrepeneurship bring more more than anything else in the world is yes, we bring jobs. Yes. We bring innovation. Yes. We bring all that. But man that sense of optimism that sense of don't worry. Someone can be there to solve it. There are people walking around right now thinking, you know, what I don't believe the government can solve my problems. I do think is entrepreneur who's gonna come up with a solution somewhere, and the more that we just keep grinding on our stuff, the more that we keep being optimisic and energetic and creative. I think the more we can shape in their case on the was definitely changed changed by it. So we can change our cities I've seen it. I think I maybe this is a little bit tonight. You tell me I really believe in change in our changing the world. What do you think I think that some believe of largely just as a lot of responsibilities? Chase. Is entrepreneurship, but I do also gonna push back a little bit because I do bit of a sort of a cult of of doozy. Azam around entre for ship in this era that is this whole they've been kind of heralded as easy thing. Anyone can do it only comes down to the owner. Dwayne me look up to the Alana mosques, Elizabeth homes use it, even better example. It's it's a little dangerous at any of you, look at pop culture. More broadly, anything about how business is always had a place up culture. It's to me. It's always been very interesting that the apprentice was a really big show fifteen years ago. It was about it was about big business. It was about the boardroom. Was it wasn't this was about congress? Right. And then the recession happening he saw pop culture played business differently with things undercover boss and secret millionaire, and that was that was big companies showing contrition, you know, it was a little bit. Like, it's it's it's a jetty to be a big business now. We see sharp tech which is doing exactly what you're saying..

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"katom" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"katom" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"I thought the same thing I think that is what it's supposed to be the end of the movie. Yes, when they're all running out of the fucking totally see that, dude. I was like wasn't. He murdered. Maybe an alternate. Whatever. Like somebody fucking script supervisor fell down at their John noticed that the very last second be like, well, maybe there's two clone. Hey, some people survive having diarrhea injected. Very few people survive going to golden corral does. Scarlett Johansson is going to wait back at the lair because she she realize he lies to her earlier in the movie, and she's like, he's lying to you. He has the same lion is is that you had that moment or whatever. Right. Right, right. She's reading eyeballs in this movie. Whatever. Sure. So. Yeah, it's there's like a big chase again. It winds up thing where it's like, no. He's the clone. No. He's the clone. And I don't know how Jim on MRs this because they're both standing there just in front of God. And everyone. Yeah. And you and McGregor the clone takes out the wristband, and quite obviously places it over the sponsor. Yeah. And then he's like, no see there's the wristband Katom and shoots dead. You've got to shoot them both. I'm sorry. That's the order like exactly you and McGregor like this boat designer walking around with this information. Like, this is the deepest darkest deep web. Secret told you kill them, both salt the earth. Yes. Well, I mean, not remember like not remembering pup, it'd be like all remember every transformer change the lineage of the transformers each movie. Yeah. It's just all that in one movie like changing everything whenever he likes listen cabin. I will put up with that bullshit when it's fucking sequel the sequel the sequel, but not in the same movie not in the same two hour sixteen minute talking to the wrong person. Baby. Got dammit, this movie is fucking slap city. So he kills him and his oh, good jobs human hunt. So you really killed that that bastard. I'm so glad you finally noticed the wristband that was out of the whole time. Now, let's go out for Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Right. We see Scarlett Johansson enjoying. So we go back and like debate, basically ideas. All right. So we're in the clear baby a wing on this boat and live forever. But I think what they're going to do is kill all these. Clones. Right. So we have to break into the vicinity and do the secrets or they shove all these clones into a room that has like an N like a jet engine. In on. This final solution ship. You never really feel it. Yeah. Sean bean had this maniacal lists on a fucking clone. I wanna strangle a clone. I wanted to final solution budget. Clones, it's fine. Clone genocide to-do list have the decency to gas this straight up burning out trying to I thought they were gassing earning them, no Eric's. Right. It's a weird. Like, it looks like there's like a jet and yet there's a weird blue light and something starts spinning and there's like smokers to death. And then you're Star Trek guide gets out of their once. They finally get freed and the air is on fire suit all those gas. Okay. I was way off also before so Jada golden corral. Off for days. They make the decision like, okay. We have to go. We're going to save all our cloned clone. Not before some classic bad time for this fucking that happened dude, there's this sex scene. And this is a weird like they're making out, and you McGregor has the line this tongue thing is amazing. Oh, it's like two children having sex. It's pretty cool. Right. We're we're told the mental capacity of a fifteen year old..

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"katom" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"katom" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"We're gonna need an update you on. When when are you going to know whether the signs good or not? We're supposed to hear something mid week. So Tuesday or Wednesday. I hope I we're gonna keep an eye on it. And we're pulling for you here in Boston for those that don't know if anyone's traveling in the Ohio area, or if they want to get some merchandising give everybody the name of your business again and tell everybody the website. That's come. If you got one. I don't have a name for the website yet. But it is hands up. Nelson spy in Ohio. Again, you can find us on Facebook or Instagram and from there there will be a link to order merchandise. I love your attitude. Don, I love that. You're giving it to the man I love that you laughing about all this. What I what we talked about the folk t- noodles thing in the end. You know, what if they make them change it at least, you did something rascal? And you got the everybody can laugh, and let's just see how this plays out keep laughing about this, no matter. What happens just keep laughing, Don? Okay. Absolutely. And buying go Katom. We got them. All right. I really appreciate your time. Now, get to work I've had doors open. I need people in there. We can't have this business failure understand because they're going to have the last laugh. So you got a Naylor with this thing. We're going to definitely no, absolutely. We we are. We are sucked by quickly. My producer said she didn't catch the name of the business. If you could one more time, Don. Dobbs. Nails and nails in spy in dusky, Ohio. Don, mood, pleasure. Talking to you. We'll talk again. Boston does Ron. Don't.

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"katom" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"katom" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"So she didn't say. Go to a lot of Merck to get there. I want we're at the end go like fucking reach out and talk to each other tried to kind things for each other and shoot Bob divall putters and murmurs this year. Speaking of Bob divall. Yeah. Okay. Joe just dramatically pages. It was not as loud as I it was a great movement. So we did talk about coop several months ago. He's still the top of my list. But I'm surprised you did not consider even the Lander and era Millan, I certainly from Florida that is a that is a tandem putter. And here's what I would say. I think that's more of a sniffles in golf holes. You You know? know, a lot of. Sniffly unraveling kind of you know, whereas be coops a lot more. All right, next up took another look Jennifer Jason Leigh in an election. Oh, that's an interesting way to there's a lot of murmurs. There's a lot of murmurs out of her end, which is very crucial model. She goes an eyelash. I'm going to turn into a fucking. On the did deny Latian make your list. David new you, and I saw the movie, but it's more. It's a top twenty for me. Yeah. Yeah. Top twenty. I love that movie Jeffrey Wright, and hold the dark, not a movie that I loved have not saying that's a huge butters perform the most baffling most baffling movie with like fifty question that literally I think my I think my sit on Twitter, I was just like hold the dark twenty eight teen dear nonsense. It was just like west. It has insane. Shootout spectacle in the middle of it that really has no connection to anything else. Well, and then they country James badge Dale and Jeffrey Wright and his house like drinking what a day. What do you mean? What day the most police in American history were just murdered like there? The president would be spectacularly violent way with fucking Science science. Katom insane insane insane. I mean, there's I think there's another performance that none of us like in a movie that none of us like where if you're gonna give it any credit? You have to give credit for putters murmur. Let's it bail. Vice sure I'm Dick Cheney is the the king of the penguin a little bit. It's still. But I'm saying if if you're grading just on that scale. Yeah, he did some good puttering. Some good fits it's not bad Griffin. Joe's doing trying to only. The other one I had I want to be my last one. What if I was bad? Trump Thome man Khaleda Marcos insa spirit, which I will grant is maybe more than whispers than putters murmur. But what the fucking the doctor though, doctor until the is the doctor is guilt in recrimination. Sure. Toyota's doodle. Can we can stipulate that I love spirit? I don't know if I love superior. I loved the scene in spirit where KOTA Johnson dances, a woman into a pile of bones. Boy that is quite the same. I gotta say another putters murmurs around talking about grandma shoplifter. Rinke? I think sure this was a banner year this year for putters murmurs. She rules. She's amazing in another Korea to foam called after the storm. Yes, where she a lot of is just chiseling at this like ice cream. Yes. It's great. What else? Do we score come on? Gimme your scores. I love doing right. I was tweeting about this. The other the other night two year for school. So really, really good. Your had just seen at eternity gate, and I was like can't believe this phone nomination. But the sounds really good and wait and let them bring up her name because it's the rare female composer. It's one of these male dominated. Craft categories Tatyana lists so via list of sky forget attorneys gate..

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"katom" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"katom" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Clark Regis moment. So there's a woman who's been all the rage on social media who purchased three items CVS and ended up with a six foot long register receipt. Her name is Emma. And so she posts it on on social media, and suddenly people are just all over it. And other people are commenting about there's and my wife sent me to CVS to get some items for her, and I it also happened to be three items, and my register receipt was only three feet long. I felt so cheated that Emma, God is six foot one. And I got a three foot when and that's what led to the conversation. And about the fact that CVS is what's known as a high low retailer, do you know that terminology? No, it means in retail, high low Kroger. After is an example of that in groceries that the regular prices are really really high, but they're both very promotional Kroger. The nation's second largest supermarket chain and CBS the nation's largest drugstore chain that there every day pricing on things is very expensive. But their sales bring prices back down to earth, and then the register receipts CVS are all about deals that they're offering to try to get you in on another visit. So it's not that CVS specifically is trying to destroy entire forests every single business day. It's all about driving traffic back in the store and instead of throwing those receipts away. What Katom because there may be some savings with them that's worth having. There's gotta be a better way though than. Six foot receipts. Joel I think we can sneak in and ask Clark. Yeah. Clark David wrote. And he said how difficult is it to obtain a visa for a trip to China? And should I pay the four hundred dollars for the tour company to obtain it for us so visas are something that in a country that requires them they can be very expensive. It's not all unusual anymore visa fees to be in the range of one hundred and fifty or so dollars for just the vs it self, but for a lot of countries that actually make sense to pay one of the visa processing services. So that you can get the visa for countries that are more open more democratic and don't have a lot of restrictions on visitors. Doing it yourself. Probably you'll be just fine. This episode is brought to you by slack the collaboration hub for work. No matter. What work?.

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"katom" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"katom" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I hate those selfies. We're walking from dinner last night and Union Station. He was getting. Oh, Bernie. Sanders can have a selfie selfie. When they don't want Selby's anymore. That's when the problem. Yeah. Well, did you tell me. All right. Jeff Weaver, welcome here and welcome to the institute of politics. It's good to see you again, you come from as probably as close to being in Canada's one Katom. Tell me about Saint Albans, Vermont. Yes. So SAM's Vermont. Well, change a lot since I was a kid, it's was a conservative democratic area had more cows than people. I went to high school with substantial number of people who spoke French at home as a first language and your your your folks. Were y'all original French Canadian? Absolutely. Absolutely. My mother's maiden name of champagne. Exactly. So that's good. And that's French Canadian. So, yeah, you know those days the border was, you know, we talk about open borders. These days when I grew up the border with Quebec was basically an open border. You could drive back and forth waving being waved through. So there was a lot of a lot more interaction across the board than the than than there is now, certainly, but and you, Dan ran a pet shop, but added a pet shop. He did a bunch of jobs, but he his final job in life is having a pet store in insane Alban's which he loved very much. Also, he worked for many years that a utility as a late night, the person who called when your power went out, he would dispatch the trucks for folks. So it was a nice place to grow up. I mean, was obviously homogeneous in some ways. There were two Catholic church Irish Catholic church on the hill and a French Catholic church below the diverse. It was diverse and Irish Catholics. You know the, the major minority was Methodist. And I read somewhere that years later when you were working with Bernie Sanders, he was in your town and feel fielding oppress collar something in your dad's pet shop while the cockatoos were holdings four, three Ming, and the, you know, those as there was no cell phone. So when you wanted to call somebody, you had to find a telephone. So we went to my father's a pet store and he had this giant very beautiful cockatoo and it was screaming in the background, the AP reporter in montpelier the capital was said, Bernie, where are you? Sounds like you're in the jungle somewhere. I also remember driving with Bernie from one town to another late for a live radio show, and we were desperately looking for a payphone as the host is on the air saying, I don't know where mayor Sanders is, where could he be?.

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"katom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"katom" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Radio rundown. John Safran Chetty jets dry Christian but going we'll be joined in about fifteen minutes by Kevin Duffy. Covers the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald will preview the patriots bears game coming up on Sunday. We're joined now by Luke Vargas talk media news chief foreign correspondent loop. Good afternoon. You excited that the Red Sox are going to the World Series? Yeah. Yeah. You don't really excited Luke real convincing? Their look. Man is that how you ask your wife too? You know? You want to get married? John. I am I'm solely focused on a pass right now. And I know that's just more much more football into baseball fan. So I, you know, I let my tired. I limited energy report. All right. Well, you do such a good job. You've got the exhausting stuff to cover like pope Francis. Maybe heading to North Korea. Which is something. I thought I'd never uttered that sentence. But that could be the case sounds like a mad lib it does. Yeah. Headline from the onion. Probably wouldn't it. I did a bunch of interviews on this. Because I'm not a practicing Catholic. I grew up in a Catholic church in concord, Massachusetts going there. But you know, I find some of these stories to be super interesting, and this is one of them. So I talked to folks, and they said this is very possible. And actually, there is the Catholic church in Pyonyang, which is mostly used by diplomats and other people who enjoy freedom of religion because North Korean themselves down, but I didn't know about. But here's here's why this is likely to happen. The pope is basically turned his sights on Asia, the last few months, you know, he said come Argentina. You went down to Latin America two years ago. He was spreading the gospel. They are a little bit in Europe. I guess kind of numbers are declining North America the same story, but Asia's kind of untapped place. And last month, he made a big deal with Chinese government quite controversial among Catholics because the Chinese you may have heard out they don't like the Dalai Lama very much and they've actually the point decided to. Picchu replacement is going to be pension who they don't do the Dalai Lama thinkers of a fraud, and I'm inclined to agree. The appointed their own Catholic bishops state-backed church and the Vatican has said screw that. We're not gonna recognize these people. We didn't pick them. Like the government actors. They're not proof Catholics. Pope. Pope Francis went to China last month and actually recognize those bishops and brought the Chinese state run Catholic church under the umbrella of the Catholic church, and he got a lot of heat for this. But the look I know this is going to cause some unease, but it's a way of trying to get greater recognition for Catholics in this country in the long haul because now we know the government won't look upon them. So negatively, it's an interesting bet. And I think there's something similar at play here with North Korea. And I would also just say the pokes are not quite considering the way the politicians are. Of course, you know. This was the whole debate about the thing, of course, summit like the photo op with Trump give Kim Jong undo recognition, right? They're going to play into your hands too much of a tradition of going to despotic regimes around the world and somehow escaping with their lives. Even while Curtis is criticizing the government senior the pope Francis. What the Cuba few years ago? He condemned that government for to the world said that people should have more freedom. The nineteen eighties. Pope, John Paul goes to Nicaragua under the Sandinistas socialist and condemn them for human rights violations. So I'll be curious to watch this. Of course, can would never let me of pope Francis. Talking about freedom ever get broadcast to people in that country. But incremental change seems to be something the pope believes, and I wouldn't rule this out. It'd be a fun trip to be honest reporters. That's for sure. The pope visited Nazi Germany two of them were calling correctly. Yeah. There was like a weird. What? Right. Benedict. This rocky as the caller Ratzenberger. Yeah. I think you know, the church of glad to have moved beyond him. I think he's sort of brand of his charisma certainly lacking. Sat in a big golden, though, he loved gold. Let's go to speaking of that the good segue sap, the president United States says he now believes kashogi is dead. I don't know why he seemed to be the last person on planet earth to have believed that they think words where it appears like he is. So what's the latest thing? I'm here. What's the latest going on with with the kashogi incident and incidental and the United States response. And how do you react to President Trump's response to that? I I think quite telling that Senator Bob corker chair of the Senate Foreign Relations committee, a Republican had asked to see intelligence that the US government has about the case. And was turned away said, it is not available access that is very unusual, and you saw corker railing about this this morning, saying I'm in the Senate, he rarely seen the US government refuse a senior position within the intelligence community access to any intelligence that to me is pretty stinky. And that that does not speak well about what kind of information that has already interrupted veteran of the US government that might blow the lid off this thing. I will note, I think our the Airways. I definitely was predicting on Tuesday that what we're going to see in the fall man put out by the Saudi government someone who is like mill relatively high up in military intelligence that they can blame for putting his greed to have a big reputation ahead of the interests of the. And that's the guy they're gonna pin. The whole thing looks like that person has been indeed here Major General off mid all theory, a two star general who's in charge of the Saudi war in the m in which is a human rights master where they're basically they could one one in three bomb hitting civilian targets instead of military targets. So here's a guy who I think probably should have been propagated for war crimes or something of the sort. Who is now being blamed for that. In two thousand six. But for this botched the incident or whatever. Messed up interrogation. This is exactly what I thought it was going to happen. But I do think there are signs that maybe in another landscape story hadn't gotten so big. Putting up a fall guy and trying to move on would have sufficed. But when when I saw corker today to say, this is unacceptable for this government of the US government to be covering up for one of our allies. I can reached fresh hold wear all bets are off. I really I really think that very few in Saudi government or in Washington stop. This story was going to get this kind of legs and. The one thing I'll say is that I'm curious how this would go in six months, you know, corker is resigning. You have a changing of the guard perhaps at the Pentagon, maybe pay a will even be out in in due time. You know, when you get even people closer, the President Trump at the senior foreign policy looking easier to throw something like this kashogi incident under the rug perhaps. But at least for now, I think the level of outrage about this incident, and what appears to have been sort of a cover up on behalf of the Saudis has gotten Republicans and Democrats so angry that I don't even know what the next steps are gonna be chatting with Luke Vargas chief foreign correspondent for talk meeting news. Look the question is. And I know it's a rhetorical question. Why the hell is Saudi Arabia an ally of ours? Well, I feel like I may have talked about this on Tuesday. My view about this whole thing. I mean, of course, we need to talk about oil, but all our oil dependency on the Saudis has been cut in half over the last decade. So that's less of a reason I is the arms purchases, but once again, I will say that wealth. President Trump is saying there's one hundred ten billion dollars in arms deals on the table about ninety five billion of that has already already done. So there's only about fifteen billion in possible arms sale, which to me isn't enough of a reason to have them as a top ally. If they are such a toxic government, but more broadly, I think what's the Saudis have done, and it's very clever they sort of themselves in as many different areas of positive policy making. So that if you want to punish them for the negative stuff. They have that leverage. I noticed, you know, for instance, that they have banded together with a bunch of. Of other. I would say repressive governments around the Middle East. Egypt bahrain. The Emirati the Jordanians to certain extent. And basically said we're all together, you either work with one of us in the fight on all of us in the war on terrorism, or we're all gonna walk away and and sideline you, and so they're sort of trying to find strength in numbers and donate so much money to various causes. They are some of the Saudis are now the biggest investors in Silicon Valley. So American community is very reliant on Saudi funding. They find a lot of the tanks in Washington. They fund a lot of political institutes that keep the dialogue going in Washington DC, and they fund counter terrorism initiatives, and I'm very skeptical of this because they're all over the place. They don't seem to be doing very much. Remember that photo op the President Trump dotty Arabia last year, where they're putting their hands on that glowing or whatever. And right Trump is keeps talking about how it was like the most beautiful thing he'd ever. Sorry monitoring. Space Jam right? Exactly the same colors hair was orange. Right. That that's where they were was like a hundred and fifty million dollar new counter terrorism institute that the Saudis created the year before they gave one hundred million dollars to a new United Nations counterterrorism institute, in my view, they create a thousand and one different things which sound really really good. And they end they could say look like if you're going to get mad at us. We're not going to support that counter-terrorism. It's like saying, you know, we're gonna kill a puppy. If you don't, you know, do you know, I think they're masters at finding leverage in unlikely places, and that's what we're seeing. It's kind of like the drug dealer who sponsors the little league teams something like that. Yeah. Exactly. Look Vargas chief foreign correspondent for talk meeting. News can be followed on Twitter at the courier, Luke. Thanks so much have a great weekend. Thank you talk to your to write everyday wanna talk about the Saudi. Every single freaking day. It's incredibly frustrating from from multiple perspectives in talking about that Katom counter-terrorism institute or wherever the hell they're calling on one hand, they're blatantly funding terrorism. I mean, that's been proven that there's been money from the Saudi government going terrorists institutions in al-qaeda terrorist cells and then saying, oh, no you have to work with us to fight terrorism. Well, you're you're actively promoting terrorism that there's no fighting terrorists almost like keep your friends close keep your enemies closer. Right. Because that's what it feels like like Saudi Arabia, apparently as an ally. But they're also in some sense. Can you trust them? No. And then it's all about money. That's all it is. Oh. Strategic location. I get it. That's where they are that that's that's all well and good social Turkey. That's why we were in bed with them as well as as far as the Trump administration does and the same can be said for a lot of politicians more so on the conservative side, but it's one of his Lama phobia. Right. And yet they defend Saudi Arabia like they are the greatest ally the United States. It's a weird. That they have all this. And it's all it's all money. Absolutely. So anyway, we're gonna have to move. Kevin Duffy back to about two forty to forty five because the patriots locker room opened up a little bit later. So we'll be joined by Kevin Duffy who covers the patriots of the Boston Herald this hour of the rundown is being brought to you by Rockland. Trust Bank, the latest mobile technology with over eighty five branches Rockland trust Bank, where each relationship matters..

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"katom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"katom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back you're live. With Dr Jefferson the word of the day is capital side topanga say that ten, times fast cap no si- top about what the heck. Is, topnotch Africa well I'm sure you heard about the guy from Wisconsin that is Larry hospital bed having had his arms and legs cut off because he got infected by a weird bacterium from dog saliva and had to have his legs and arms amputated so far and a quarter of his nose and. The mortar com what. The heck happened so I'm sure you've heard that it comes, from dogs alive and I just fear that many of, you are saying. Oh my God this can happen from having a. Dog lick you we gotta get rid of the. Dog no chance, first of all some facts. About capital set-off it, is an opportunist bug seventy five percent of dogs have it in their, saliva about fifty seven percent of. Cats in dares humans have it to this cat No Setanta got. Katom Morris so basically it is an. Opportunist bacterium it. Is their dogs at habit. It's not usually very at all I should. Know because I get licked daily I, said I joke I get more tongue in anybody I. Know, and I'm in the face on the mouth I mean it's like what are you gonna do when the dogs lick you you know they lick you this weird bacterium requires a number of factors in place in order to be a problem first of all the person has to be immuno-compromised AMI severely. Immuno compromised we're talking. Some diseases that caused immuno-compromised we're talking about high goes steroids, we're talking about a cyclist born we're talking about having, had splenectomy for. Another reason or alcoholics any condition that severely suppresses. The immune system could put you at risk for. This and that, means you're going to get. It just at risk, then it has to have contact with it's not gonna go for your, skin so that's why when is. It happened happens from bites if The dog, is licking your open, wounds if a. Dog could be licking you in the mouth if, you have been licked by. Dog or on your hand and, then. You put your fingers in your. Mouth or you rub your is. It requires entry through a mutual Eugenijus surface. Like is, like knows like now or open wounds or, a bite, of course the dog bites gonna is gonna. Produce the, wound and, just tell you how rare it is but I don't? Know I, was looking for. An estimate of you know amount of the population is states three hundred million fifty million. Whatever it is, that there have been only according to, the CDC twelve. Deaths from Sega in the last year I didn't have my calculator with. Me but I can only tell. You at is a very very very low percent speaking to a colleague of mine a good friend of mine who I've known for longtime he, is a big time infectious disease specialist here in Los Angeles, where I asked him about it first. Of all he has seen cases but. No guests he. Has also told me that there are. Other Bacteria that could be very very dangerous to, a person from from your pet that people again it is so mild that no one ever talks about Passarella multifaceted for example or certain strains of staff or strap can be more dangerous. More damaging, nobody talks about those because you just don't hear the stories I mean it happens and more. Than twelve year but. This made the news and as news, likes to, do it's very sensationalized and this is one of these very, rare instances and most of the cases and they're gonna be there are certainly more than. Twelve twelve deaths and. The reason they are happening mostly because, of the severe ramifications but most of the cases that, we, see or that. Are seen I don't see him, I personally tell you the truth I've never never heard. Of it this story has opened up a lot of our is we know is veterinary we're gonna. Get a lot, of questions about it, people might fear. We don't want them to I mean I would Know pies Moses from, cat feces is way worse especially for born child. So it is, something that we just have to know about if you do know, someone who, is no compromise and is licked by dog or gets bitten by dog. And then starts the following symptoms early on like flu like. Symptoms sure, you're feeling under the weather as we. Say you're just not doing right but nothing really specific then, it can actually. As it as it is you become septic and you get what's called septicemia and this these docu-. Do multiply very quickly it's more like dizziness. Lightheadedness dementia you become delirious and you see that in a patient. This is what this nice son notice that was done online and, just as the flu. And then his dad started becoming. Delirious saying weird things like he. Was often space somewhere and. That's when the sun took, last little within a, day or so they started noticing bruising and as. It starts affecting a clotting you get something. Called d., I see These micro vascular. Clots, and therefore. The major vessels start clotting and then they noticed, that his feet and his arms were, turning like black they. Were dying and they tried to advance it's almost like that. Flesh eating bacteria that hit the news years and years ago and again where did you hear about it, now you don't hear about it so anyway so then we had. To. Amputate and they are hoping they got it. They have to amputate in, advanced where they saw, the problem so anyway this is serious base yes is it a panic situation no should you be. Getting rid of your dogs no and as. I said I'm sure, that you've, never heard about this before which kind of tells you. As adults how uncommon it is because trust me there are a lot of more diseases. That you're not worried about right now if you release of heard about so anyway just, having said that I want you to know it's out there I hope. You're a bit more educated and informed cap no Sattaf IKA, very common bacterium usually non serious in Ninety nine point nine nine nine percent. Of the, cases and went everything is, right and you have, immuno-compromised state it cannot will it can the problem just be aware of it beware of. The early symptoms and if you said if you have a loved one that, is on medications had a splenectomy you might. Want to be a little bit more cautious when it comes to the dog licking. And make, sure that if they do not in? The face not is a no no. Mouth no is and if they look you on hands and if you. Ever open sore keep the dogs away if you have a. Cut keep, the dogs away and. If. You have been linked by? Your. Dog just wash your hands before you stick? Your. Hands in your mouth, rub your eyes et cetera so that's if you, have any more questions about that.

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"katom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"katom" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr Jefferson the word, of the day cap no side top that. Ten times fast cap no si- top about what the. Heck, is topnotch Africa well I'm sure you heard about the guy from Wisconsin that is in a hospital bed having had his arms and legs cut off because he got infected by a weird bacterium from dog saliva and had to have his legs and arms amputated so far and a quarter of his nose. And the mortar com. What the heck happened so I'm sure you've heard that it, comes from dogs alive and I just fear that many, of you are. Saying oh my God this can happen from having. A dog lick you we gotta get rid of. The dog no, chance first of all some. Facts about capital set-off, it is an opportunist bug seventy five percent of dogs have it in, their saliva about fifty seven percent. Of cats in dares humans have it to this cat No Setanta got Katom Morris so basically it is an. Opportunist bacterium it. Is their dogs habit it's, not usually very Lynn at all, should know because I get licked daily I. Said I joke I get more tongue in anybody I. Know, and I'm licked in the face on the mouth I mean it's like what are you gonna do when the dogs lick you you know they lick you this weird bacterium requires a number of factors in place in order to be a problem first of all the person has to be immuno-compromised AMI severely. Compromised we're talking some. Diseases that caused immuno-compromised we're talking about high dose steroids we're, talking about a cyclist born we're talking about having had, a splenectomy for. Another reason or alcoholics any condition that severely suppresses. The immune system could put you at risk for. This and that, means you're gonna get it. Just at risk then, it has to have contact with it's not going to echo for your, skin so that's why when is. It happened happened from bites if The dog, is licking your open wounds if a dog could be? Licking you, in the mouth. If you have been licked by dog or on your hand and then you put your. Fingers in your, mouth or you rub your is it requires entry. Through a Moco Eugenijus surface like is. Like knows like now or open. Wounds or a bite of course. The dog bites is going to produce the wound and just tell you how rare it is with I don't know I was looking for an estimate, of you know amount of the population is states three, hundred million fifty million whatever it is. That there have been only according to the. CDC twelve deaths from capitol set-off ago in the last. Year I didn't have. My calculator, with me but I can only tell. You that is a very very very low percent speaking to, a colleague of. Mine a good friend of mine who I've known for a long time he is a big time. Infectious disease specialist here in Los Angeles I asked him about it first of. All he has seen cases but no guests he has also told me that there are other. Bacteria that could be very very dangerous to a person from, from your pet that people again it is so mild that no one ever talks about Passarella multiasset for example or certain strains of staff or strap can be more dangerous more damaging nobody. Talks about, those because you just don't hear the stories I mean it happens and more than twelve year but. This made the. News and as news likes to do, it's very, sensationalized and this is one of these very rare instances and, most of the cases and they're gonna be there are certainly more than twelve twelve deaths and the reason they are happening Mostly because of the severe. Ramifications but most of the cases that we see. That are seen I don't see him, I personally tell you the truth I've never never heard, of, it this story. Has opened up a lot of, our is we know is that our marriage we're going to get. A lot of questions about it people might fear we don't want. Them to I mean I would you know, talk supplies Moses from, cat feces is. Way worse especially for unborn child so it is something that we just have, to know about if you do know someone who. Isn't gonna compromise, and is licked by dog or gets bitten by a dog and then starts, the following symptoms early on as I flew like symptoms Joe you're you're. Feeling under the weather as we say you're just not doing. Right but, nothing really specific then it can actually. As it as it is you become septic and you get, what's called septicemia. And this these bacteria do multiply very quickly is more like dizziness lightheadedness a dementia you become delirious. Of that in a patient this is what is nice son noticed at that Was not online and just as the flu, and then his dad. Started becoming delirious weird things like. He was often space somewhere and. That's when the sun took. Him to the hospital within, a day or so then started, noticing bruising and as it starts affecting a clotting you. Get something called d. I see these micro. Vascular Klotz, and therefore, the major, vessels start clotting and then they noticed that his, feet and his arms. Were turning like black they were dying and they tried to. Advance it's almost like eating bacteria that hit the news years and years ago and again where did you hear about it now you don't hear about it so anyway so then we, had, to, amputate and they are hoping they got it, they have to amputate in, advanced where they saw, the problem so anyway this is serious base yes is it a panic situation no should you be. Getting rid of your dogs no and it just as I said, I'm, sure that. You've never heard about this before which kind. Of tells you as adults how uncommon it is Because trust me there are. A lot of, more diseases. That you're not worried about right now that you at least have heard about so anyway, just having said that I want you to know it's out there I hope you're, a little bit more educated and informed cap no si- Tuffah very common bacterium usually, non serious ninety nine. Point nine nine nine percent of the, cases and when everything is right and you have immuno-compromised state it can it can cause a problem. Just be aware of it beware of the early symptoms and if you said, if you have a loved one that is. On medications had a splenectomy you might want to be a little bit. More cautious, when it comes to the dog licking? And make sure that if not in. The face not use a no no mouth no is and if they. Look you on the hands and if you have an open. Sore keep, the dogs away if. You. Have a cut heap the? Dogs. Away and if you have been linked by? Your. Dog just wash your hands before, you stick your hands in your mouth rub your, eyes et cetera so that's how many. More questions about that really just get a hold of me at d._r. jeff radio dot com dr jeff about life radio dot com follow me on instagram at dr jeff weber you'll see tons of really fun pictures and you can send me messages on instagram once again i will answer them personally and if there's any i like doing these little one minute vignettes they're very popular on instagram i always get great feedback i get a very high percentage of likes and people have seen it i mean literally thirty thirty five percent of my followers that's a lot if you know anything about instagram you're lucky to get you know five or ten percent lights so i know they're very popular there's a subject that you would like me to discuss go ahead and just get me at at dr jeff wermer so to our time for today once again thanks for joining me here on radios asked about the doctor jeff we'll be here next week is a subject you want here let me know otherwise i can tell you i really wanna talk about grain free some of the problems some of the warnings and will cover that next we have a great week everybody Let's talk pets every week on demand. 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"katom" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"katom" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Through and get the the beginning price. That's impressive. That is good impressing Queen. Well, Harvey Weinstein has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit. Ashley Judd brought against him the actress, sue the mogul in April claiming he had a, he had a blacklisted in Hollywood after she rebuffed his advances. According to variety Weinstein's attorney argue in the motion to dismiss that quote, his alleged conduct did not amount to sexual harassment, and that Judd's allegations are barred. By the statute of limitations. Ashley said she learned her blacklisting in December when director Peter Jackson all along. Back to Brady. Okay. Give me a Sherwood Schwartz's IMDB best. I am going to go ahead and lump Sherwood Schwartz in with sid and Marty off in the annals of their the Matt Lauer of TV producers, which is you're gonna have to just get down to like the Gilligan's islands and the Brady bunch. And then they always had like the very Brady Christmas and the robots go up against the Harlem Globetrotters and all that kind of stuff. So fucking hack, like in a world where there's competition, there is no Sherwood Schwartz that the Brady Brady bunch was fucking horrible. Like just big, big laugh tracks and nothing. Funny. And the the biggest jokes, the biggest jokes in the Brady bunch would be would be. Let's see. Mike righty time. Great brand. Great Brady would come in and it'd be like a seventy sing. And he'd be like, hey, I got some new threads. Can you dig it Alison house ago threads far up and then and then the. And then he'd leave. There was no fucking story line. There's no insurance shorts fucking hat like wild hack, who if he was alive today and in his prime, you'd never fucking here of because you've got to do battle with crashing and I'm dying up here. Sasha baron Cohen and the forementioned Mike Judd, and you've got to go. Set that Seth MacFarlane. You gotta figure out a way to beat out. Seth McFarland you'd better refund your than the fuck and family guy, but no, no competition, Mike and care would have to be cooking meth in their house, telling the kids, there's nothing. And so you wanna know why these guys have these amazing careers, everything I did one right on TV turn, and then all of a sudden it stopped and it never came back. It never came back because you were horrible the whole time. You're like a guy who thought he was a great athlete, but never got back into league because you for the integrated the league? Yeah, before they integrated the league with funny, his fucking shit was so horrible, but you kinda had to watch it because there was nothing. Nothing else on and only thing they did after this like sid Marty crop is went back and warmed over the shit they did in the seventies. There was nothing new. They ever created fucking bankrupt. And those guys made millions and millions of dollars lived great lives in. The creative, fuck and hacks. See you in hell. I've never seen an episode of anything done. I've seen every episode more than once is considered Marnie crofton one of them dad. Minority greatest moment. What's the name of that? That puppet that they'd carry out in the the flyer, the red wagon of Sigmund in the Seaman's monster. I gotta say like one of my greatest by the Adam Corolla moment, the most atom I Adams ever been his Katom on the light it like CBS Radford and Alan God his name..

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"katom" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"katom" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"All right that's going to again we've talked about this one as well we'll talk about it more next week once ambi kind of comes out with their official statement on this we also want to get to another thing before we get to the other controversial topic of the week we have so patrons to get to kronar edited their pledge from ten dollars to eleven dollars thank you sir for that why does it pc per have a cat like steve just edited their pledge from thirteen dollars to twenty dollars because mike catt less true i just brings cat on the positive and ryan this is really funny she just crawled under my legs you guys need name again look at our took two kitty kyle it's not looking cat what cat have i hear katom right here no we also have there are four lights ajab just pledged three ninety nine i'm glad that ugly nerd stephen is gone just pledged to dollar why stephen hawking too soon soon that's way too well and i said it out loud because i didn't know it was very for a dollar that guy our money's worth i'll tell you it just an edited their pledge from three to four dollars so thank you justin for that all right let's get into the next story here this is published by our good friend kyle that heart ocp do into winchester bourbon at all know exactly so this is i'll just read this posted jeremy road up on the site it's about the g force partner program.

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"katom" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"katom" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Be true let's find out if it is let's let it off what nato and he starts a cell phone a fan was up nathan hager the outgoing mateen fantastic what's any man hey are just want to run a part by you know i was thinking about this whole thing about bella kicked owned of the giant then you know if he really has something left approve prove then this is the place to do it because if that something he has to prove with something he didn't proven cleveland i i mean i can only assume he went there because he wanted to you know turn a dumpster fire into the taj mahal or something then maybe this is the opportunity to do it again says we're we're in rough shape i mean what do you think about that well organizations is that if he was going to coach right i think the only place aside from the way england he'd co goto is the giants coach there for many years one a couple of super bowls really wanted the job never was offered the job so nathan was one of those organisations that when he went back in two thousand nine he felt the nostalgia being in giants stadium for the final time he has earned i mean for earning listen nato there too is eugene katom your channel channel he going to leave new england that's what it comes down to yeah yeah and i don't know for sure nathan if it's going to happen but let's just say the chances of bella check leaving now or maybe a lot greater than they were a month ago six months ago a year ago it only would happen here in new york only with the new york jets and if you the patriots and your robert kraft let's be honest is stuck between a rock and a hopeless because no matter what you do if indeed there is a rift between brady and bella check it taken sides right and if you siding with bela check you're gonna alienate lot of fans who love in a door tom brady you side with tom brady people going to say how could you turn your back on bill for all he's done for the organisation a lot of people around new england a lot of people around the league say knowing knows.

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"katom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"katom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Flow to make music to make art until ousted communicate better with each other eight i possibly the fastest growing segment of the tech scene in china by do introduced each only i toolkit called paddle paddle greg jarrett bloomberg radio neither forecasts forty nine and cloudy later on after the drizzle move south 35 and cloudy tonight partly sunny and fifty one tomorrow it's forty three degrees downtown at the gateway arch right now all right y'all know late night catechism well there is a new version come into play house westport plaza it's the christmas version called sister's christmas katom uh the mystery of the maj gold it's here november 24th the december third and sister is with us this morning sister good morning good morning good morning brian i'm not late mi no because if you're tired of you would get it get merit and you would be in detention oh i've been there we still art conflicts jarghoun stand for i have no idea what that shows you it's under guard i bet but i don't know paris boy brian brian patrick ryan patrick timothy kelley oh no laugh named this is like a air today hall okay than brian patrick timothy in even though pfister probably would have called you mr kelly most of the time where you answer shenanigans back in the day that very often but i i all i really do a ruler once or twice oh if they have this this cars to prove it i do i do so assessor sister is a little more lenient for the sisters christmas catechism i will be putting down the ruler and we will be having an activity pageant this is a lot of fun if you this is a great christmas present for mom or grandma or the bingo ladies because they remember sister okay and they get to play you get to dress up and funny costumes you get to answer pop quiz questions and go home with nifty prizes it's a.

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"katom" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"katom" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Who said that gays yates gave zap what what does vegas house vegas was react once a trade deadline is a tuesday yeah tomorrow who bitch if if they're going to trade jarvis landry basically throw the towel on the seas all before the thursday before the wonder if that would move the land because having watched dolphins games he's the only guy that is even trying to get open everybody has just runs straight lines can i ask you how the dolphins got three night games in a row like when did when did the schedule makers look at this what happened again san marino's gone right into the they knew this team was what it was what happened in case he was like our favorite new coach either i think he's screwed up this this cutler thing and at even he scratches added at a team that can score i dunno i like more like he throws long i like that and like a audience on by but then sanger ends up being nothing monday night's even worse packers home for the lions it's bad at the packers by four green bay by one in its detroit by one katom i'm just way out who is the stuff what's good about detroit i don't know that i favour of the road that line was halftime of the the night game when i when it pulled it but as yet it shouldn't be i'm not sure except that it just when you think they're done they win that sail a good thing about it all right so to to recap.

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"katom" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"katom" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Who said that gays yates gave zap what what does vegas house vegas was react once a trade deadline is a tuesday yeah tomorrow who bitch if if they're going to trade jarvis landry basically throw the towel on the seas all before the thursday before the wonder if that would move the land because having watched dolphins games he's the only guy that is even trying to get open everybody has just runs straight lines can i ask you how the dolphins got three night games in a row like when did when did the schedule makers look at this what happened again san marino's gone right into the they knew this team was what it was what happened in case he was like our favorite new coach either i think he's screwed up this this cutler thing and at even he scratches added at a team that can score i dunno i like more like he throws long i like that and like a audience on by but then sanger ends up being nothing monday night's even worse packers home for the lions it's bad at the packers by four green bay by one in its detroit by one katom i'm just way out who is the stuff what's good about detroit i don't know that i favour of the road that line was halftime of the the night game when i when it pulled it but as yet it shouldn't be i'm not sure except that it just when you think they're done they win that sail a good thing about it all right so to to recap.

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