4 Burst results for "Lou Pa"
"lou pa" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Here's a good one isabelle. Someone says i am a student in college. And i'm being censored for my beliefs. What should i do keep speaking up. Do not let the left. Silence you guys. I've lived as a college student for four years working turning point. Usa added chapter president. I do it professionally now as a spokesperson for our organization. Doing this in media and on social media the left will go to any lengths necessary to call you the most extreme name under the sun and completely sensor you whether that's online or in person like we're seeing with this new trump accountability project. That's all in an effort to keep you silence so do not give into that. They're terrified because you're speaking the truth. We just talked about how when you're saying lies it's grotesque. It's obvious but the same is true on the other side of that coin truth has a ring to it and we love to say that all the time you recognize it when you hear it so you guys keep speaking up. Don't back down and you're never alone. We have your back with turning point you we have. We have to continue to expose this fraud and when it comes to what's happening on the campuses and what's happening in in schools across the country it's more important than ever to speak out and fight and that's exactly why we do what we do at turning point usa and if you guys want to involve it's teepee usa dot com. Okay benny. we're getting a lot of questions. People are wondering who are you. And what's your day job. No my god. Who am i am. What's my age. Where did you find this guy and by the way are wondering why you're blending in with the background all they see your your limbs and you're you're the worst thing you possibly could afford me all right. Yeah mimi okay neiman teams. I wanna see the memes I am chief creative officer here at turning point. Usa all of the fun viral videos and content memes that you see are generated by team of incredible content creators that i get the extreme pleasure of working with an honor of working with the best creative team in the industry. We also you know host multiple shows and really love making memes myself and so that is what i do It's hard to explain especially at like christmas parties. When you're talking to my parents boomer friends who just look at me like confused. Cocker spaniel going. What what are you talking about young man but truly the left cannot mean and i cannot wear shirt that doesn't blend directly into the background a floating head comments. Yeah if i was your the floating head were you wear your earpiece perfectly blackshirts matter so i'm not going to back down. I love this shirt for five dollars. I think at eight. Am and you can't bullying me. You can't bully me left. Can't silence the floating. That's exactly that's exactly right. Someone has a question from argentina For kuni ando roscoe. What a great name. They names better in south america than we do here. This this question for you. Benny what do you. What do you do if you can't find news. You trust answer without saying newsmax. Who do you charlie kirk. Show obviously in the charlie. The next charlie. Kirk show the next episode of charlie kirk show. I've got a sneak. Peek is charlie kirk going through the taco bell drive-thru saying lou pa gordon. If you can't find..
"lou pa" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Stefan Frank has created an interesting graphic novel series called silver looking at the calendar. It said thirty years after Professor Van Helsing Tangle With Count Dracula. There's a hunt for the counts treasure by Van helsing descendant Roslin who was also a vampire hunter by the way and a fortune hunting conman. Working. Together. But for their own agendas, here is my conversation which Stefan Frank What what you to Dracula's treasure. So, two things really I mean like I'm GonNa. Say three things. I always loved vampire stories and always was obsessed with a drug dealers lower third was just a just incredible and the West pretty funny when I started writing silver originally, it was not even Dracula but it's it was such. All the characters had such during early else to drive you know to the that started like you. I'm. It's debt world. You don't mean like it occurred to me at some point is like that's that's the world. I'm in right so I just embraced it. So the love for for that lower on that story. But also of my love, for conman, stories. Yeah. You know what I was. Groping France and the I was a kid. Of course, our sin lupone the French Mister C's from the old era. And and so I love. Lou Pa and I love the The American cog manure from disdain to immigration and all that stuff. And I thought it was a great tragic figure in there and all the also fails that. Ended, the also it Didn't occur to me at the onset, but very quickly, I discovered that conman and the vampires are very related creatures that they live by nights their predatory nature of they don't engage in your life in the same way that most people do emotionally speaking. So in fact, you know when people talk about man like in real life, you know people who've been con-. Very often you know here like parking buyers united. Right. So you have these people who are in a way figuratively Solis, and then you know the true living dead that I'm playing as completely solis right and so you call I, the two and the results are very interesting very challenging the characters both red sounds great. It's going to be a four volume set so I guess when you Plotted this out to do outlined this also that you kind of knew what you were going. But as I always ask writers but the always leave a little. A little space even though it's a graphic novel going to detour little. Bit. Yes. Oh you know. Absolutely. So coming from the film side, which you know I mean I mean originally coming from coming to always like to remind people the head my parents had a bookstore. So I could not becoming more from cummings than I am but also shown with any mission very early on and my career I went to school for to make your ear has been mostly in a nation entail Sylmar, right but So but because of that career, a most of my experience writing..
"lou pa" Discussed on Around the NFL
"And to me there's a real chance that their defense is as good or better than their offense. With Baker Mayfield. They're feeling the moment, you can tell the John Dorsey, though, del Beckham trade, he's. Feeling the moment. He's got the quarterback. He's got the city behind him. He's got the football. We'll behind him. And now he's trying to get Gerald McCoy to for his great. That would that would be something else. And I think he would make sense on that team has kind of a one year that like if I was trying to find some sort of weakness here. I don't know I guess they're safeties. And maybe they're secondary's not offensive long you talking about just on just on the you're right, Greg. Greg Robinson starting at left tackle stands out. I agree. I think the biggest challenge, and this is not insignificant will be expectations and what and what's going to be expected of a team that for years and years was a total laughing stock and even last year entering the season hard knocks and all that they were people were still laughing at the Browns, this'll be a totally different experience. And Freddie kitchens. I think is a huge piece of this to how does he handle it in his first year? But I agree with all you guys this. This is such a good roster and everything's pointing in a very positive direction. But it's a new coaching staff even kitchens there. It's a it's a reminder. It is a new coaching staff the offense. I mean, you got. They had a top Mahnken to to Freddie kitchens to me. That's a huge win defensive coaching staff. Who knows perhaps that might be it at a certain point. You have a lot of shifts got some really good ingredients. That was the last that was the problem with the last regime. Yeah. That was a lot of shifts like trying to use the same night trying to poison each other. There's a couple of successful. I see a team that on the topic of expectations. These guys are expected to win individually. From Odell two miles. A lot of guys across the board. One on one situations you expect them to win. And so I don't think expectations are problems just how they're going to execute. What might be what Would they they do? fall to fix? No one's gonna win lose credit or they're getting right now. How much better Baker gonna be? I mean wolf and I endorse that statement now move on. All right. All right. Let's let's pause. You got nobody sees the Jarvis Landry. Odell Beckham junior friendship fallout. That's coming over targets. Nobody sees it. But it's coming. Mark my words. All right. Well, you see it's heaven. How's that? All right. I am right. Currently marking your words lock the words. It will get off. They're not going to like each other anymore. Now, they're gonna hate each other, and it will tear the locker room apart. I wanna talk about something serious though, guys. Lou pas here. It could be a little frustrating, especially if you're in a hurry or running late to find yourself at a railway crossing waiting for a train. And if the signals are going in the trains on even there yet, you can feel tempted to try and sneak across the tracks while don't ever I wanna show of hands here, and including air Coban, the glass is anyone done that the gates down the train acceptable time for the gate down train, thirty seconds for me, you start going past that you hit the minute, Mark. I'm sitting there like this is my time you messing with who's done. It be honest. Then what? No. I just said you drive through the around the gate because of the train arou- not even at least the ones I'm thinking of that I go through daily you can't even get around. It was made a lot of bad decisions in my life. Incredible string of bad decisions all through my twenties and thirties. But not once was I tempted to gamble on train smart weather because that's a bad thing to do trains are going a lot..
"lou pa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Ted Lindsay Lindsay died overnight at the age of ninety three not only was he a great player. But he was also very generous with his time money you name it. The Ted Lindsay foundation worked on autism research. And joining us live now is the president of the Ted Lindsay foundation. Lou Lou PA good morning Lou, thanks for joining us live on W w j Roberta. Thank you very much for having us. We certainly appreciate it. And tell me what your favorite memory of Ted Lindsay as well. I can't tell you my favorite on the air. But I'll tell you one of my favorites. Ted. And I have a birthday. We celebrate together about a day apart is a twenty nine buys for twenty eight. And this was what I seventy fifth birthday. And he and I were enjoying ourselves and had a little wrestling match in parking lot of all places after we had dinner with their families. And I learned that he's as strong as an axis. He was seventy-five is he was it thirty five. So I I tapped out in new down from there. So he could take. Yeah. Oh, absolutely. There must be video of that wrestling match in a parking lot. No less outside a restaurant. That is wonderful to hear those kinds of stories about Ted Lindsay because he was very active in his older years. And of course, doing something he loved was working with creating the Ted Lindsay foundation raising so much money over the years. But he was a charitable, man. He wasn't braggadocious about it. He was humble in the way he raised money for causes. He cared about isn't that? Right. Oh, tom. He never. Yeah. That's one thing. Never saw that. There was a need in his mission like anything else when he when he took on a challenger was to finish that. And do it for those people who couldn't do it for themselves, and that's just kind of humanitarian anyways. Okay. So he was a humanitarian he was a big strong guy, great hockey player and a great wrestler, especially in the parking lot. But tell me, you know, how would you describe him as a person may be a lot of people didn't know him personally. How would you describe him? He was a gentleman that when people walked up to him and talk to him, and they're do some selves to Ted. He would definitely he would stop and spend time in talk to those people. He loved the public. He loved people. He was always a friend as you said a lot of things he did in the hockey world really for for his fans and if he met one year. I met a lady at a hockey rink. She went up and talked to him how she enjoyed watching him play hockey. He saw her three days later at the Joe Louis in brain into an elevator. He knew her name right off the bat said hi, high tour and got in the elevator road up with the deductible. Yes. Oh, what a what a great story and just the interactive nece he had with people and fans of his and he was probably fans of theirs as well. Real quickly. The Ted Lizzy foundation. You've you've raised more than four million dollars over the years. The bulk of that going to the cause not a lot of administrative costs. How can people help out? Well, we have our foundation, which is Ted Lindsay dot org. And we're going to be putting up something there shortly. Obviously if people want to make a donation in memory of Ted that will be definitely the thing the family, and we'll be saying shortly. So we ask people to do that again, this this foundation meant everything to Ted enjoying his wife, and is just said they didn't back down from anything. And then they took this challenge on and we'll continue and we will continue to foundation we've put things in place because they wanted us to go on because of the need and the artistic community. It's great. Still Lula the president of the Ted Lindsay foundation. Speaking on the reason passing of Ted Lindsay Ninety-three Lou thanks so much for your time in your recollection. And your memories of Ted Lindsay, Roberta and Tom. Thank you very much in WWE. We certainly appreciate your support. It is our pleasure. Thank you so much WWE news time is now seven forty six. To these forces right now with Tony Ortiz, and as you know, you interact with a lot of players Tony in your many years of covering sports and Ted Lindsay was one of a kind. Yes, he was no doubt about it. And let's start right there with Ted Lindsay is the legendary redwing a member of the famed production line along with hall of famers Gordie Howe instead able passes away overnight at the age of ninety three Lindsay was a driving force during historic career in the formation of the NHL players association during the nineteen fifties. And in recognition of his work union officials renamed the trophy that is annually given to the league most outstanding player in honor of Lindsey back in two thousand ten the Michigan wolverines keep their hopes to win the big ten regular season title alive as they beat the Maryland Terrapins sixty nine sixty two yesterday in Maryland the pistons win for the ninth time in their last eleven outings. They beat the Toronto Raptors in overtime one twelve to one zero seven last night at Little Caesars arena. The Tigers lose a pair of grapefruit league games yesterday. In Florida one squad of Tigers would lose to the Baltimore Orioles. Seven. In the five another squad of Tigers fell to the.