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"mag magazine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Listening to America first with Dr G always wondered how important are those blurbs? You see on the back of books? I Bent over backwards I slave day and night on my first book to get the likes of Sean Hannity Justice Janine Market, Then I think they matter. I'm gonna book in my hand. It's called the new Civil War, exposing elite fighting utopian leftism and restoring America and it's got some great blurbs. It's got Joel Pollack body from Breitbart. It's got Harmeet Dhillon, that warrior lawyer and some chap called Gorka on the cover. We've got the author here. His name is Bruce Abramson. He is the director with the American Center for Education. And Knowledge. I love that. I love that title and a partner at J. B B and a strategies. Bruce. Welcome to America first. Thank you, Sam. Pleasure to be here. So thank you for my copy of the book. Everybody needs to go and get it right now. It's the new Civil War. Nice, nice design as well. And there's one sentence I lived from from the fly cover. Americans who support the Constitution have become counter revolutionaries. I love that it's deep. Please explain to our millions of listeners and viewers what that sentence actually means. Absolutely. This is the war that we've been fighting. This is the word of Donald Trump has been fighting. I mean, anybody who thinks that Donald Trump rode into Washington became an insider is kidding themselves. Right? We have we, we we have lost. I mean, the left has been talking about its revolution for decades, and they've been very successful at it. Have taken over all of our culture they run. If there is a way that you can shape a story or get a story out, they control it. They control higher education, the control K to 12 education. Hollywood Wall Street. Silicon Valley professional organizations down the road. They've got it. So we are fighting a counter revolution. We are in the counterculture. No, there's certainly nothing means No, This is the fascinating thing that now the the cool kids are the conservatives and the left wing radicals have become the establishment. They love the FBI. Suddenly they love the CIA. They have become the man. Let me ask you this. We We spent a whole hour with Andrew Cleveland Mapping the cultural challenge. I want to ask you Bruce as such a keen observer of what's happened in recent decades. What was the right doing as the left had its long march through the institutions? It's one of your chapters, was it? You know, a bookie in Lurching for the snooze button. What is your experience? In terms of how they succeed? Has succeeded. Was it simply They had a plan and we didn't Bruce. Well, part of it is Yeah. They had a plan, and we didn't. Um, they were always trying to push things in a direction and I mean, you know Bill Buckley standing athwart history yelling Stop. It's not exactly a dynamic figure. Yeah, all the dynamism was on the left. And the only ones who saw this, By the way. I remember reading about this as a kid. The ones who saw that the hippies would become the the the establishment was Mad magazine. I love Mag magazine even cracked, which is like a slightly more You know, It's very special that but told early seventies, but I mean so, to some extent, the right didn't have a plan. And to another extent. I mean, the problem is the right trusted the institutions as those institutions who were writing bullet, but beneath them, and we saw this most recently, right I mean, Donald Trump knew what the left was doing with the election going into the election, and he didn't stop it. He trusted the institutions to step forward. He trusted the Supreme Court. He trusted the state legislatures. And when they didn't come forward, he had nothing to go on. So what? What is it that we must do with those institutions? Bruce? First of all, stop trusting the institutions. The institutions are lost New civil war. I mean, I talk about I go back through where I believe it started, which is in academia in higher education. Uh, you know, which is one of the reasons through all this stuff that's coming out now always says this patina of this theory and scientific proof and this new discovery and it all starts from academia. But essentially the incentive system behind academia and inside most of our institutions is to flatter the people who were there running it already. Which means that I'll take your work and I'll push it one half step further in the same direction you've already pushed and the next person will push my work a half step further. And over time you discovered that your going very far away from reality because all of there steps are heading to the left. And we've lost all of our institutions that way. His name is Bruce Abramson. The book is the new Civil War, exposing elites fighting utopian leftism and restoring America. Get it right now. We'll be back with Bruce momentarily. 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"mag magazine" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"To that But not as realistic as them. You'd like it to be but you know we have. We have actors portraying obviously seen it in the stotts but rocky johnson j. d. under the giant macho man randy savage the wild samoans iron sheik And those are the ones that you see in the trailers. There's about probably half a dozen more. That i don't want to spoil any surprises. Who are you know yet to be unleashed on the show that will see and the biggest thing to me in portraying these guys You know and and by the way. I wanna point out that we had the unbelievable talented in the superstar in his own. Right travel guerrero Coordinating all the wrestling action. He was down here. He bonded with all the actors immediately. You know coming off glow. He was just so instrumental in making all the wrestling sequences. That you see. All the actors worked with travaux extensively Omniscient point out liam idea to wraps grandma. The first female promoter You know out of hawaii and everything also was a boss and you know she could be your own show in her own right So that's all that's all really cool and for me. It's always you know. I've always intrigue is to always kind of like a kind of pissed me off a little bit Over the years to see how wrestling is portrayed in mainstream entertainment. it's always like something like in a weird al yankovic. It's always some like crazy person in spandex like eminem video or something. Yeah you know. It's always some cross-eyed person screen screaming at the top of their lungs. And you know we know as fans that's not the case like these are actual interesting three dimensional human beings with lives who take their profession seriously in our larger than life characters I'll let you guys in on a thing never really shared with before is there was a time at wwe where gets on kick. Sometimes and one of those was like you guys. I don't think he thought we were doing our which was incredible. Since we're working like seventeen hours a day Still not as much as them. But still he's like you guys need to start writing mag- magazine articles and wwe dot com articles under pseudo names like what ryan so they're like in an still on the website where we all took like fake names and started writing. Columns is what are we doing with our lives here. Early writing television every single waking second of our lives now are now might luba something. Wwe walls nobody more nobody more qualified. So it's a right Octave fehb column. Though right i mean that would make sense. Thank you yeah it will if you search for. It's called. I mean i haven't looked destroy. I shouldn't really reveal this because they might be terrible. But i i called it irresistible force us. My friend Change my friends. Name from rod schrader bob schrader and and that was. I think it was like just five columns until vince finally forgot about it but one of those columns was about like the disrespect. That you know. Wwe wrestling general. We usually receives from mainstream. Hollywood and i was at always agitated that you know we were never covered in entertainment weekly in their fall. Premiere edition or midseason edition and tv guide. Back when like actually reading periodicals.
"mag magazine" Discussed on LadyGang
"Exact on But like it's tom ford. You know what i mean. And she's crossing her arms like this. I have never ever year. The photo comes up on my time hopping every year because she's literally thirty nine ninety nine. Bc dress jennifer aniston's wearing the real one and they're both in the exact same black dress. It's the south amazing. I think about all the time. And i'm like hearing the moments of our lives. This is the moment to realize nice scandal for twenty twenty was just the fact that now people call tiktok are more famous than we are. I know i was just Scandal that didn't jamaa whatever that instagram account with. All the celebrity gossip celebrity gossip is about being addison. Rae and i'm like the 'paparazzi like having all these fake relationships like cut. I know the wa thing though what i've read. I can confirm a lot of those things are true. Yeah i think all our thoughts yeah. They're like they're like the new like potsy kind of mag magazine. There's this whole thing on there where it was all these celebrity assistants raw telling their stories and then it was like two weeks later. One of the became true at noah's on a magazine star magazine. Yeah yeah yeah. It was like secrets from assistant. Send like everybody's getting their content from instagram. it's crazy. I don't have a celebrity scandal because i just i couldn't care penalty. Just sent us the photo of johor innocent in christina perri so funny holy shit. I need to see. Isn't that hilarious. We should post this on. And she's crossing her arms. She knows and christina. So happy to be on jay leno that i cannot believe that that is so funny that dresses so ugly. I know it's so unflattering. it's amazing anyway. All post this okay. Do you have a book that you read this year. That was like game changer. Mine was the chelsea handler. Close my favorite book ready. Yeah you keep saying you should be the audiobook okay. Like her and it's so easy to do and say act like a lady. Okay realize i had nothing cover to cover. It must be nice can literally recite the book by heart. Like how mine i had like. A reading like stanton the beginning of quarantine. I really liked. The silent patient was probably my best of the few that i read. I have to daisy jones in the six. Have you read the next time. I was gonna read and then i stopped breathing. You should read. It's the way it's written is so good. I heard the audio book is amazing on that one too. Oh cool and then i read the grace. Coddington memoir. It's just called grace. She's like wild hair redhead. The usc beside anna wintour like the creative director vogue or whatever and now she's left but it's like her whole story and behind the scenes of all these shoots and her fighting with on winter. And like okay joss okay. What's one app you discovered. That was amazing mine was. I think it's called like starve. You or something like that. Because we've been a lot of time in nature and i thought you said starve. You like a diet app mike. It called sky view. Yeah arbia skype you and shows you all. The constellations and jared is like such a space nerds. He knows so much about everything. So it's really cool more like out. We see mars. Any tells me some facts about mars and it's pretty cute. I don't use any other apps i don't. I don't use apps. Like i really very rarely do but the one i've used the most or utilize the most is the new york times crossword ap. Oh crosswords. I love a crossword. Do you like doku. Now i do. Not like sadako. I love crosswords. Are you good across words. I would say i'm like average. What day of the week can you through. Because of the near i expressly gets harder everyday right so right now i'm on will the way that the new york times is it gives you like the many the midi and like an all new. Monday's so like i don't actually do it. It's not like the actual thumbprint one. Okay i could never do the sunday times. My god. i would suck at those really bad. Because i can't even speak the app that i discovered like horrible vocabulary. My best of times sixty three letters and just wrong vocabularies wrong words wrong difficult to learn spanish. Because she's like and now we're gonna learn verbs. And i was like what is tell me what i house. Now it's adjectives. And i'm like like no the app that i discovered is called paper karma and i strongly that everyone should get it to free app and when you get junk mail like somehow i bought something from free people once and now every company that free people own sends me like a week. Naylor whatever and it's like i get so much junk mail you just scan the barcode of that junk mail. And then paper karma goes and unsubscribe from that mailing list. Whoa that's so cool. There is this i mean. There's that website. Unroll me that like kinda the same thing. This is so much easier because you don't even have to enter anything like you just scan it like a picture and then it handles everything on the back end. I basically get no except my magazine. Subscriptions i get no likes fake mail anymore. That's a good app okay. Last one i thought we should. We should wrap this up with be ugly twenty twenty. That is ugly but you had such a bad year that you got into it more just ugly trend. I'm like queen of an ugly trend so this is a bucket hat. I love my crocks and sox nox wide. You also love a kraken sock. But i love my birkenstocks and socks. I'll do any ugly trend especially if it's like a comfy one very into i can do an ugly trend but only if like prada started it so like I bought these like really chunky. Black rubber boots from an operetta zara. Sam we might have the same boat. I wore them all when we were in new york the beginning of this year like i looked like stein i love. I love that this big chunky soul is in though too i love it. I love it. Because i hate. I hate wearing heels. I hate being short. So it's like a great thing. I never know it makes you feel she can put together but it still comfy because it's a platform. Yeah because girls were onto something. You know what i mean. Just thank spice up your life. Or steve man. Yep remember the rubber at do you remember steve madden's old ads in the ninety s. Little drawing lady with the big head. Mine is the birkenstock i tried to not get into it and then the more and more after i broke my foot i was like well can't wear sneaker need where sandal at all times. They're so comfortable. There's nothing more than a broken in birkenstock. Willie supports my wedge. Going to work the other day and i was like in a little son..
"mag magazine" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"mag magazine" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Most guys can attest to. You have like skulls, your knees, elbows and. Shoulders because you used to be a rough and tumble. Kill for love, because goes on used to that kind of play this grow up with when you're younger and this you have brothers of course, but for the most part just tend to not push away from that so I'm kind of recreational activities I'm. GonNa blame them. Boy Video of Gopher Lover. Just let's go just allows you just take. His course doesn't try and cover a face nothing you see especially those kind of like Homa MIMOSA kind of threat. Where does it go? Since your tables some very, he just let you take the try and. Turn and twist and protect face. No, just whatever happens happens like God. Damn, it will in particular face. You pull that makeup on you. Re Pretty you don't end up. You know like guys scarves pretty hard on Gill's with scars solving. Maybe we'll suck eight afraid of you. If the government says the same thing they don't. They don't even trying to fix things. They've been trying to okay cool. We messed up trying to turn around just just this morning. A Little Clipper Michael going around saying that. The interviewer. Ask Him how? Do. You think mushy. Be Mandatory. No Shops Zach. No, the should be mandatory. People should be allowed to use common sense and narrow sense of yeah, common sense of menace should be the way to forward in his theory. I just again. I'm a film buff sides I understand the need to kind of get the economy back up and running quote unquote I understand the need for businesses to reopen right inside the the need for people to return their kids to school kids to go back to school in general. I get Daffy is really important. Just think. If you just would have looked down really strict in the beginning. You could have been out of the of the weeds by now, right? What's what's that countries that Taiwan, they played baseball. Right of course, obliged with Moscow supper these people in the stadium where playing baseball in Taiwan right. Vietnam had zero deaths. New Zealand had really low mound I think maybe under one hundred something it can be done. I think people are GonNa say Oh, by the islands this Thursday economy. It's OK cool. Give older the kind of reasons why we can't copy it, but there must be some reason that must be some aspects of. We can't copy somebody's. They've done that. We canceled implement. But we don't. It's just interesting just in from the outside. I've I've no idea what really happens in politics. If there's something above my pay grade I'm sort of like commenting on. Please forgive me, but I find it interesting as a severe to look after in. These guys are have screwy. What to do when something goes wrong today. He's all the answers right like I mentioned in my previous podcast. The everyone knows what to do when it comes to reopening when it comes to opening a brand new shopping more north of the cut the ticker tape in how to celebrate. An election win. They know how to boast about you know job numbers. But when it comes to actually having a crisis, right? Give people some of reassurance confidence. Make who safe? They don't do anything zero. They don't know anything. No, Scooby, absolutely madman, absolutely married What can we do? What can we less said about that? The better so may talk about many things to get for. Many things happened in the whole news cycle. This past week feels like from stuff about Jada Pinkett Smith to Jeffrey startle this Malarkey, but I forced off with a little tribute and a sad bev news. Unfortunately, I want to. Rest in peace to fry nine nine. As how him by. Is a I'm going to basically describe myself. Documentarian of the Techno scene used to upload Loza videos on Youtube from various technical festivals, all across Europe He was basically my introduction. To be completed, it's like I had no I think I. Obviously I have stumbled on maybe a mixed MAG- magazine, or whatever all of a couple of articles actually seeing what Techno Festival party look like I see a sort of frenetic nine on or a nine hundred nine on Youtube. That's I ever saw anything like that. It was just like wow, mesmerizing COTTAM local these people dis-. Charismatic DJ's of sounds our hearing like it. Just it just reverberate of your screen and that was back in the day when the cameras were that great. The stuff on channels like four ADP, lower right looks recruiting. Nokia face you ten bucks. Go across the vibe Ego Krista, feeling of what it must be like to be a part of that community partner CNN again. It just made me want to. Do my part in it myself right? Maybe I don't WanNa. Get curious and. Attend various warehouse, braves, shortage and hooks and stuff back in the day when they had warehouses areas. A, real religion and the news came out when. I'm going to say. Do. You have a day. Unfortunately, possibly due to cancer Thinki- got diagnosed. Recently and fortunately it was one of those kinds. Is Way just sort of like celery? It ended up. Really quickly. But. She has just heartbreaking Mahir to tribute message on his facebook page Suave like I think that's when I got into treatment for Chemo Ultra before he went into the chemo message talking about. How the treatment was going, and he's kind of conditioned at the time it is heartbreak into Reedmen, knowing the of course that a few days later he pass away, but yeah just wanted to give just just just ever attributed it just kind of go through hits. From the Youtube Channel that I four really very. Important to me at a time. I had something on my to have every day which I thought was a really good clip for Magda. This like two thousand seven I love Family Park. If you know anything about technical, you'll know what family park was or still is. Its heyday sort of like in the early ninety s to the early two thousands was. The the Quintessential Techno Festival in Maine Amazing Hoping Hotel. In Germany and if anything it kind of for me, anyway, it was a living embodiment of I'd imagine the movie, but included was because I would always think Berlin. Quote never watched hoping, but I kind of got the gist of what the whole scene was like. But seeing an actual role life kind of Lens of and I. It really kind of brought it to life as Jesus Christ. This is amazing I wanNA. Build this right and it was up to Imagine I. Always think to myself back then. I was like okay. If if festivals are essentially the lowest common lowest foam, the lowest common denominator. Lows form of entry right to get into the scene. Imagine what the Cosmos be like. That's why I imagine myself doing okay. 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"mag magazine" Discussed on Stayte of Mind
"You see you gotta understand something seriously. People like Mag Jon Levy Barnabus Nagy you. AP Channel we we come from our hearts man stand. We want nothing for us. I'm honored my friend that you're here. I'd like to make your email the bride like to have you come talk to my people man. It'd be fucking brilliant and since you here we're going to carry out with my show. All right fucking core right my brother from another mother. Talk about Somebody wants to wake your ass up. Momentum MAG bitter truth motherfucker my brother here carrying out with the fund. Show very excited thank you. He has older than your channel calling. I as soon as I have in my state S. T. A. Y.. T. my state of mind gmail.com. Just email email me and say Hey David my bra whenever you anytime you let me know. We'll set it up and just come and chat with me for a couple minutes. I WanNa know what really switched switched. You're putting you're putting gears man with twenty twelve or not. What really switched into gear saying fuck this shit out give a suck watch my opening? Watch my ultimate my goal in life to make sure I did my job right I I know men carry out Fudd show fucking now. I hope you'll hear when I read this thing. US Mad mad at us. U I refer people. My fucking professes Goddamn wake the fuck up university right. Everyone light up light it all up the MAG. If he's in the house light it up as much respect my friend all day saying my brother every day I tune in man I see you every day and I sometimes yeah I left my ass up throughout the whole thing because they you're in the house do we'll do the chickens. Let's do this. We're going to sidetrack but get this. I talk we did. We did the chicken math right on my show. And I don't know I just. Let's do some chicken math ACC- doc. We broke down. How many people in the United States alone I chicken all the time? Did I know you disagree. I know I shouldn't unless I'm growing them right. And I name mm-hmm I sacrifice him and I pray over. I understand that but as soon as I see the MAG the food and I see the chicken thing. It's all nags chickens. Let's see what he has to say and I wanted to share it with my audience. I do this all the time. Everybody knows you from my audience. You're one of the professors fucking state of mind. All I gotta get back to the. That's fine mags. We'll watch a little bit of this guys and the title that I it is what came first the chicken or the edge I gotTA queue it up fucking brilliant picked the wrong day. This MAG magazines magnum. I just hear your voice bro. And I'm like my Bro- hold on a moment. Here we go. Let's watch my breakdown chickens. Okay go great known some young some get treatment and also they fish but we go get employees. I is so God chickens. Because you're on the stand people. I eat chicken but what you got on the stand. These chickens is not naturally very calm naturally just on earth you never just see. A chicken don't belong to somebody what's causing this chicken thing yet. Get people animals is animals on wild animals out the of what if you can see why chicken yourself. The that don't belong the nobody that supposedly make your thin like that made the first chicken now. This getting good his breaking down now see you get your soul Kong chicken from. Let's get into it and see no as you can see people they got eggs and what you let on a standard. The x-ray here is still different. Edge the one that you can eat so-called one that you can you know fry while or whatever and then there are the exact actually action petitions so they attention to this way or let me see.
"mag magazine" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Breath there's a guy that just sends a message that said this happened last weekend but I'm still psycho not to pass up he said walk she was on the phone cheating following but he said all hell broke loose she kept saying it's not what you think and I grabbed isn't that what you think he's got the pictures well yeah I mean cheated on them every day but I mean I don't I don't have a problem with that and they're not blood related like steps are not blood related and he's okay with I think it's nasty but there's a point now in my opinion that's the only way I would call it nasties if they're ugly if they're attractive for the end where his word I was trying to help him out there for a minute I'm saying it's their business be critical before I'm critical I'm just saying it's not gross to me unless they're only a lady just the aunt and her now husband were stepbrother and stepsister at some point and then I guess the your parents split up but now at twenty five you start dating him again you start and they're still whether you're blood related or not you were step siblings on point uh-huh yeah let's see what tweaking you're going to a Halloween party tonight what's going on so no I m going the guy that was in competition with him and what Mag- magazine was is that you cover story for the Affair Yeah and how old are you to be too old for this drama okay I can't speak for us all cover story now I understand what she was saying here's what happened what is into the way I understand is that party yeah okay and then also in addition to the fact that this other guy's and just found out that the wife cheated on him and used anonymous Lucy SS cover I mean that was kind of a misplace that undoing their that was sorry that was week yes and then they're not going to be glad to see each and out there about their affair now we're talking Oh okay yes are your dreams come true lease when you're going off owner teller she lives in Orlando new crime oh onto now who celebrate next check out the war as TJ coming up want to save up to seventy in sixteen eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen learned something here in about thirty minutes on the futures unspoken anything of Girl China Clipper quick we're just watching a clip from last night yeah but he was flirting openly with ESPN reporter Erin Andrews She's gorgeous but SAS your take on it was what adorable okay you're a google search San Francisco Forty niners quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo flirt here and there little Babe Bay comment yes you wouldn't they wouldn't go out with any of that but when you do things the way I do in life the judge is up there with with Zach Efren with I'm like to meet your family would so attractive yeah you're probably renting yeah I'm already passed it released kind of adore me out I was walking he wasn't looking where he was going. It's kind of like bumping into a poll yeah I can look past it you're right now go shirtless him he is I mean.
"mag magazine" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Which I'm starting to like now getting used to it I'm starting to like this afternoon drive thing it's like big time so big time by the way of all any condition word elimination reminded me we're one and two at home on this year New Orleans obey lost Tampa San Francisco lost to San Francisco so one and two okay well we're a dynamo on the road though no he's always been good on the road yeah so here's the story Mason was talking about at the world series last night Two women have received a letter from Major League baseball from SHAG MAG will go towards helping women with breast cancer payoff medical bills now if Rosen summer were hoping to throw Garrett Cole off didn't work right whole walked Ryan Zimmerman on the next pitch but then workout Victor Robe lace to end the inning so my question for you is I think this was the equivalent of you remember when we were working at the station and this was years ago yeah so long ago that the Oklahoma City thunder played in Seattle and somebody somebody at on the Sonics may have been George Karl made a comment like well it's impossible guard shack he's like Godzilla down in the post so someone at our station got a giant in relatable zillow right Zillah in Shaquille O'Neal jazz right and we inflated it across the street key arena specifically to get a cease and desist letter we did we did it with no permission we just got up there they rented a generator blew up the and we got tons of bridge these two Julia Rose and Lawrence Summer knew exactly what they were doing I think they wanted to get this letter for Major League Baseball I think it's drying huge amounts of attention to their cause and Shag Mag- magazine and I think the fact that they're banned was the exact result they were looking for what do you think I think they wanted the attention and it's worked right correct it's talking about him in Los Angeles at four thirty and I don't get the Russian they're like gigantic baseball fans and they die with any particular team nope so I think it had it's the correct effect yet used as you used to say whip them out for the win well this was that was the granny but that was any who these two knew that that if they did this it would get a ton of attention and they waited to do it in the world series and they waited added Game Oh no question where Donald Trump was in attendance and there was a lot of media coverage anyway Yup and they did it they it worked we're all talking about it I'd never heard the word Shag before today I'd never heard of Lawrence summer or Julia rose their their tweets like early Laura took a picture of the letter yup that she got from agent baseball with one word and tweeted it up oops soups they knew what they were doing jerk in this in Stephen this time of social media it's a game it's everybody tried you to get the word out about whatever it is they're doing it's all these these two were really smart whether you agree with what they did or not flake are station did it fifteen years ago we inflated Godzilla and put it up across the street from Keyarena too so we'd get news coverage and get a cease and desist letter right that's exactly the trying lots of stuff yeah so just one day Greg Two guys we work with one guy sent a dirty joke to another guy on a company computer dirty they will go through their entire file and they'll go back to their resume or their job one six that's eight hundred five eight four four one one six or visit power pro plumbing dot Com Mason and Ireland E._S._p._n. l._A..
"mag magazine" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Here's what you think twitter is J.. P. Underscore mcdade instagram is mcdade baby. The website is mcdade baby dot com too many cooks. I've mentioned I'll mention it again. It's a weekly show show. There's an eight Thursdays at Lucky Jack's here in the Great New York City and it starts at nine but get there at eight thirty amazing. That's yes exactly also just really quick Andrea saying about the shooter. There was no manifesto no suicide note. Nothing left behind to explain the attack but investigators believe that he wanted his motivation was to desire to die by suicide is the coat and to attain a certain degree of infamy via mass casual casualty attack. Don't hide out in a hotel room then so easily find you. He's he's he keeps shooting people and he's like where's the cop to show me yeah. I gotTa Keep Hsun. I'm right here you hear me how was he human and were human like this would destroy oy our lives but he's like the plot is rushing out of their brain red D._N._A.. Strips Bianca you can follow online Bianca L. Brady on twitter for years ago instagram the Grand Bianca Underscore Brady and I'll tell you what the new podcast yes whitey puzzle men's crossword our listen to this show you get into puzzles typing a love of Greek crossword. How often do you do it every now and then train riders on the New York Times? It's just whatever you come across a New Yorker. I I like the no New York. Magazine is a good one. Okay Yeah Bianca. Is that fair to say yeah. Yeah I mostly do the Times because of the show and the APP makes makes it easy because of the show me my show that I do about the times crossword which which one would it would be about whatever you use me right. You didn't do the title and then be like No. It's only about the New York Times Crossword Keith would be worried when Sunday did a something from another magazine would know everybody knows show Explo- we're not here to change A._p.. But everybody knows the times is the right well. I don't know what you could do. Whatever and the New Yorker to challenge myself New Yorker is getting a popular magazine to do? HIGHLIGHTS DO MAG magazines the same crossword puzzle over and over someday. You'll get it. What's going on on your calendar over? There is looking at a couple of dates. I got where you've got too. Many cooks Thursday also doing a roast battle at New York Comedy Club and then against the you know do you know D- Martino Tournament and then Friday at the bitter end with Janeane Garafolo precious metal also in Brooklyn that day and then I'll be caroline's and stand up New York on Saturday. Everything's at the website mcdade baby dot com but it's not always a not. He won't have time to put it on there so good. Social media can listen to my podcast on your way. Yes sick by the way I'm a fan yeah yeah. You know what I do. I by The New York Times. I opened up the crossword puzzle. I press play. Just start writing it out with back.
"mag magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What's going on? And you and I were in Charlotte not too long ago. And you know, I inevitably wanna talk sports, talk to, and you know we were there for the NBA all star game. But I'm from the south. I know that people care a little bit about football teams Carolina Panthers haven't been doing so. Well, you had no idea where I was going to end up at sport. Good with it. So the Carolina Panthers. They are owned by guy named David Tepper. He's made a lot of money as a hedge fund manager, and now he's going to spend more time without football team. Because he's getting out of the hedge fund business SRI, not Rajon. They, he and say, look, Sean, they had the scoop here on the Bloomberg. It is the most read story with a bullet tree joins us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio. All right. So what's going on here with Mr David Tepper painted up? Let's thing when you see he made a lot of money to be clear. That's an understatement. Eleven billion dollars. So that's a lot of money enough to buy a football team for a record amount, two point three billion dollars and not think that too much about it and the few more if he wants. The basic fact of the matter is David Deborah is one of the legends of the investing. Would he has had this hedge fund for over twenty five years blockbuster throughout and he now is thinking about converting it into family office? Dunning investigate just manage his own money for one. It probably isn't that much fun anymore. It is it is a bit of the something that weighs you down. If you've made a lot of money and still have to Unser do nagging investors every quarter. And guys live for this. They do. But when you have a interesting side hobby, like running the Carolina Panthers you'd much all the Wadi about Cam Newton shoulder than Tun's, month-on-month Vilis, just like, hey, guys, I just want to hang out with the team. I'm done with you. Yes, he he's not the first one to do this. We've seen a growing trend of some big ticket names deciding to call it quits. You had George Soros a few few years ago. And this might have been back in two thousand eleven when he said he's done investor capital and just managing. His family office money, you had Leon Cooperman lost John Baltin set to be considering it. So it makes sense and also a member of the reality of the hetch one would change. It's not like, well, the investors now going to hedge funds as the Goto place to pack them money as the Houston may be decadent Hof ago. Now you've index funds, it's hard to outperform the market, and you have to do a lot more to stand out sensitive get into that headache. You might. Too much. Okay. Well, and it's an interesting point to know, glad you read it off those names in part because this is an we're not talking about people where it's like, guys, you've ever heard of they think it's sort of hard and then they get the business. These are literally the legends of the business in as you say, people who've been doing it for decades this business, and, you know, it, well, she has fundamentally changed, and institutional investors have a different view of hedge funds. They are not quite as in love with them as they once were in barbecues. The returns just aren't there in all cases, tons haven't been grade. Then you have the constant pressure on fees. So what do you play because doing twenty has been sort of the holy grail of hatch, one that people have been chipping away at? So when that doesn't exist anymore, is it really is really worth the time. And effort is probably a question. It's just that private equity is nothing new hedge funds boss. The environment has changed dramatically. I mean there's a great story in the MAG. Magazine this week about, you know, how tough it is to beat the market and even sophisticated investors. You know as soon as you come up with a smart algorithm. You know that might just beat on. You know, a fraction of you know gain or loss in the marketplace, there's somebody there to do the same thing. But just but just to be very good. It's not like any public company, CEO would not have nightmares of David Deborah anymore. He will still be in the investing would he will still be managing a lot of money. It's just that it's going to be his money's not going to everyone else. He's what living billion dollars. So if he's managing in hedge fund battle, that's still a pretty big hedge fund by itself. Right. And just to get back to sports for a second. I mean, let's also remember that this is another mega trend that we've seen across all sports leagues. If you look across the ownership of football pro football pro basketball, little less, so hockey, certainly Major League Soccer baseball and many others. It is rife with. Hedge fund and private equity managers and they are bringing a lot of these skills to manage to get we could rattle off a bunch of names. Mean you know, Mark Lazarie Edens and Jamie Dinan that, you know, they're behind the Milwaukee Bucks. They've been doing all right. I mean it's notable to that. And as you say he's going to be managing his own money, but he's also sort of taking this attitude when he bought the Carolina Panthers. And this was something that I was talking to the cabdriver back to the beginning about is when he shut up in Charlotte. He said the two most important things to me are winning. And Secondly, winning this guy is going to he's going to pay a lot of attention to Cam Newton shoulder to be fair, and I know Jason's not going to like this. But my understanding of American football is in great, but all I know is that the Carolina Panthers unknown New England Patriots. Right. That is true. Sri, no Carolina ten points. Jason Kelly zero. Hey, all right. Welcome to my world tree. I think Brennan SRI just did that to get it by back by our producer, Paul Brennan, onto the show, you know, temper talk to you guys. Nope. He's not knocking does yet. Okay. I know you're working on it. After treating Rajon Bloomberg news. Finance reporter great great scoop. It's the most read story on the Bloomberg terminal right now. David Tepper returning outside money to manage his own business. Get a pay attention to that football team. All right. You are listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek on this. Yep. It's Thursday, feels like Friday, but folks, got one more day to go stocks. Just having off their lows of the session down.
"mag magazine" Discussed on 600 WREC
"For votes on a FOX townhall. I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News. South bend, Indiana. Mayor Pete, but a judge taking questions from host, Chris Wallace and prospective voters in a town hall meeting held in a gym in Claremont New Hampshire tonight. The former naval intelligence officer who served in Afghanistan noting, there's nothing more grave than the fact that, that office holds the power to deploy troops into war zones. And he criticized President Trump's foreign policy really concerned about the fact that right now we're seeing that power talked about in a very casual way. I there was rattling a suggestion that we would send troops to deal with Venezuela, which as horrible as the situation is there is not one where I see US lives at risk. And now you see the same thing or something different. But that same kind of saber rattling with he'll so when after president. Trump for saying he plans to pardon servicemembers convicted of war crimes saying that will put others at risk. President Trump less than pleased that FOX in his words was wasting airtime on mayor Pete saying, so on Twitter again comparing Buttigieg, to MAG magazines, mascot, Alfred e Neuman, saying, he'll never be elected president, President Trump being interviewed on FOX as we speak pointing that out on Twitter as well. Other tweets from the president today. A warning for Iran, the president tweeting if Iran wants to fight that will be the end of Iran. Adding never threatened the US again while the president could watch some golf today. Brooks KEPCO holding off late charge from Dustin Johnson to win his second, straight PGA championship on CBS.
"mag magazine" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"The sports business journal comes out every week. It is devoured by people in the industry and in athletics. But also, you have a column that now comes out a couple of times a week after hours, and you're you're seeing all the time on on the digital platform. Someone who has been on both. Sides. I'm really interested in in where we are. And you alluded to a moment ago Jumba, and where where are we going? Well, I mean, I think it's pretty obvious. Everything's going digital. And and the the idea that you can get information right away. I mean, it's after hours publication that that I write I hinted in about fifteen minutes later goes out worldwide Brown pretty much it it's pretty tough to compete with that with with something that you that you holding your hand the problem is that advertising you even for us advertising. Current is just worth so much more than advertising on digital and and people still pay premium for print ads. And so it's sometimes it's tough for legacy media company companies to turn away from the from the print product, even as, you know, subscribers start to go down, or or or, you know, just people people generally don't read it another thing that I heard my mentions a lot what's arts to Sports Illustrated and ESPN is just amount of people that took it and put it right in the recycling then because all the. Stories in both those publications you can read online before you actually, get the mag- magazine. Which is you know, what happens with my morning paper as well. Yeah. No..
"mag magazine" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"How to deliver increasingly what they're going for is what they call smart cabins, you know, using the internet of things in an aircraft to help both passengers and also flight attendants. So you have you know, a huge focus on broadband connectivity. So that starts with the satellite network, and those are growing their company of the big companies like INMARSAT are putting up satellites, you know, as quickly as they can this takes time. But the idea is to have this kind of global coverage high-speed broadband connectivity. And from that, you not only get, you know, the chance to sell people internet access while they're on board, which is increasingly expected, but also, you know, connecting up the whole aircraft. So a flight attendant could for example, you know, know, what kind of stock they have of a certain type of drink, and which you know, cabin trolley. It's located by checking on their ipad, this kind of thing. Some of it gets a little. Excessive? But for sure, you know, the the the big satellite companies, especially had these huge displays they were really trying to show off what they're doing. And and you know, they have big plans. That actually does sound useful. I mean, I have witnessed on many occasions. The pool flight attendants having to try to work out. How the going to physically climb over the trolley that sort of blocking the aisles they can March back up to the the little kitchen to see if there's any decaf left. Just finally Gabriel. No doubt. There are some new quite fancy seats on display as well. And let's face it. When you're on a long haul flood it's really the seat that counts. Most of all tell us what some of the highlights you've spotted. Yes. So one interesting I light was actually a premium economy product, usually you tend to be drawn towards the nice business class life Latsis. This is not that. But it's actually the nicest premium economy seats, I've ever seen, and it could kind of do double duty as a kind of business class you on shorter flights like you get in the US. So that's by the company Hake. Oh, and and it looks really nice. And and there's rumors that it might be the premium economy product at Emirates is about to announce not officially announced. But that's the rumor meanwhile, you have a company called Etienne, which is joined forces with Boeing and Teague interiors company that works with Boeing eighty is a automotive seating manufacturer primarily so this is their first foray into aerospace. And they've actually announced that they're going to be working with Hawaiian airlines to provide their new business class seats when they launched the seventy seven and a couple of years, and that's heat is also really nice the it's made for people travelling together. But also with some seats for for solo passengers because many people go to Hawaii on vacation. So you can you can make a little bit out of the middle section or you can have your little solo seat on the side all very comfortable kind of premium materials. You know, it's an incremental innovation over existing seats. But you know, nice to see that they're really putting work into get into details. Right in the seats as well. Indeed almost worth booking a holiday just to sample the seating Monaco's jet sitting transport. Correspondent Gabriel e in Hamburg. Thanks for joining us. At twenty three minutes. Pulse. Twelve here in London. We'll dive into the newspapers now with monocle Ray of light at resident Brazilian Fernando Augusta per check. Oh, I promise that he's written in the script right in front of me. Title. Maybe the script before. But then to take us into the newspapers where have you started your hunt today? Well, we started to visual which is Brazil's biggest weeky magazine, the MAG magazines out today says very fresh and the Kover is the hundred days of both or Naro. I think it's always good to look at. How government is doing after hundred days, and may say something his.
"mag magazine" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Are you crazy? German serious stuff here. This is real cataract surgery. Limited clinical about. Yeah. Folks that I say things way overrated. This is what's coming down the pipeline for the Bernie Sanders Medicare for all people. What a disgrace. Finally, another takeaway from this piece, which is really wonderful again. I can't recommend it enough. And I hope he listened to it. This one involves massive vacancies by healthcare professionals who don't want to work in the United Kingdom. Quote, patients fate will face long, wait times and rationing of care because he NHS can attract medical professionals to meet demand at the end of twenty eighteen they had more than thirty nine thousand nursing spots unfilled. That's a vacancy rate of more than ten percent. Among medical staff, nearly nine thousand posts were unoccupied these shortages could explode in the years to come in twenty eighteen then Royal College of general practitioners found that more than seven hundred fifty practices could close within the next five years. What? Yeah. Why Joe because medical personnel who train their entire lives to earn an income are not in a free market system where their pay and their work schedules are through their satisfaction because they're run by the government. So instead of being able to work out a deal is a nurse with your employer the hospital at a pay package with the hospital. They have to work it out with the g the government, which thinks eyesight is of limited critical value in colleges surgeons thinks it's terrible that these nurses are paid their fair value. So the nurses throw up the double barrel middle finger and say, I'm not working here anymore. I'm not working sixteen hours a day for crappy pay. No, thanks government. Which teams eyesight of a limited clinical value. No. Thank you. So uncertain prising -ly they're leaving. Again, Joe econ zero zero zero one we're not paying people enough. So what are they doing? They're quitting. You know, Joe? Yeah. You and I worked together you work other places, but you work it, you know, when you went I worked out how this was going to work out you we came to an agreement. Right. You said I'll take this. I said well off that's how this works now with the G if Joe worked for the government or Whitney government on a project. The G says, hey, here's what we're gonna pay and Joe's gotta take it because the government has a monopoly on healthcare in the UK, nurses, go. No, thanks key for good by G for by. I always say, gee, a case, you all wonder where that's coming from your G, man, when I worked in the government, everything is shortened, everything is jargon. And the secret service everything in law enforcement for that. Everything's jargon. I there's like code words. They use for everything. I don't know why. It's just the way cops law enforcement v. We are charging everywhere. But so with the government car, you were issued they would call it. The like you taking home the G the G ride. The that was all everybody knew what everybody was talking about. And if you weren't. Outsiders listening to g to heck is he talking about it you getting in getting into cheat and go home. That's that's where that comes from a case, you won't want curious. Okay. Listen, I love this product. This is check this out. You may be like, well, what's that? This is you ever get mad. Thumb you ever home loading your MAG, magazines, you go they're not clips, there magazines only media people, call them clips load on your magazines.
"mag magazine" Discussed on KGO 810
"The Milky Way as a favorite of yours. So after reading your sky and telescope. Mag- magazine article which is on the stands. Now. I mentioned a came to me in the course of reading that. This is Ken saying make the Milky Way great again, and I got greatly anxious early in the piece when I learned that the murky way is consuming. It's gas the the the energy that makes new stars so fast that will use it all up in a billion years. I was really worried at this point because you hadn't warned me that we're going to go away that we're going to turn into a dead thing or a dying thing. However, there's reason to rescue. All right. I I'll ask the fundamental question. What is a spiral? Galaxy? What are the other types? Y is a spiral galaxy important to you and to astronomy good evening to you. Good evening. John spiral galaxy that most beautiful the most grand of all gala black tie. What you picture when you think of the word galaxy big cosmic hurricane face. Pinwheel stay there are other types of galaxies. But they're not nearly as beautiful spiral. Galaxy for example, what the world pool galaxy or or Milky Way galaxy which is a barred spiral galaxy. And Furthermore as we look out at the university. If you look at just the bright galaxies the easy to see galaxies. Most of them are spiral galaxies about two thirds of that. Spiral galaxies in. So you might think well. Spiral galaxies. Don't have any problems at all. They're they're thriving. And indeed they are right now. But they have not always existed, and they will not always exist in the far future because it takes special conditions in order to create a spiral galaxy and in the future. Those conditions may not exist, and so many of the spiral galaxies that we'd Meyer today may leaves are beautiful spiral shapes. And in particular, let's talk about some of the things that are necessary. Spiral galaxy existed. Now, they weren't always with us the university, the university is about thirteen point two billion years old, and I learned from you that missile galaxies. We're not there at the beginning. They emerged after three or four billion years. So this is a creation of what second-generation stars is that where they came from. Well, here's the thing. It takes several conditions in order for galaxy to be a spiral and the first one is very intuitive. You just look at a spiral galaxy. You don't have to be a scientist at all. Just look at it spiral. Galaxy and it must be spitting. And indeed it is. That's that's where the spiral comes from. So no galaxy can be a spiral spitting fast and in the very early universe shortly after the big bang. The fact is all the galaxy San were small and in order to spend fast, you'd have to have a lot of math the only the really massive galaxy that can spin fast enough to become spiral. So that's that's a major reason that it took several billion years after the birth of the universe for spiral galaxies merge in there are other reasons as well. Spiral galaxies really need tranquility. You don't want a lot of trivial turbulence will stir up the spiral and and caused the spiral to go away. Too much turbulence in the coffee lose the spiral that you create and likewise if a galaxy has too much turbulence it's gonna lose it spiral and early on in the university universe was very crowded galaxies. Colliding with one another and you had lots of gas raining onto galaxies, lots of star formation and just enormous amount of turbulence, and so that's another reason that it took several billion years for galaxies of the spiral type to merge. And so they really started to emerging artists nine to ten billion years ago. The farthest spiral we've ever seen as I mentioned in the sky and telescope article eleven point two billion years old. So it existed when the universe was already too. Point six billion years old. And so. Again, the the every sterile galaxy wants tranquility in order to survive, but it must have DASS. So let's go we have the tranquility. Let's get the gas. Because then we'll explain why tranquillity works. All right now. I learned from you. We're not going to go in a billion years. I I was anxious, but it's not going to happen. And the reasons for one reason is something called molecular gas, what is that? Okay. Before I tell you about molecular let me tell you why gas is very important. It has to do with tranquility and turbulence gas clouds unlike stars, a really big they can spend trillions of miles. Okay. So the really huge. And if a galaxy does suffer a spiral galaxy suffer some turbulence the gas clouds hit one another and they dissipate turbulence so as long as a spiral galaxy has has gas in it it can dissipate any turbulence and settled back down into a tranquil state. That's the reason that gas is very important to start Kelsey as long as a spiral can can continue to have gas. Then it can maintain its shape and beauty. The problem though is gas is the wall material for making new stars. And every year our galaxies giving birth to new stars. It's converting that gas into new starts until losing. That gas into the question is how how much longer can we go on how much longer can the Milky Way and other spiral galaxies? Maintain though cast US about molecular gas that is the type of gas that makes new stars the densest type the coldest type, and we only have about a billion years more of that gas left to make new stars. And so the question is is really true we've existed as a spiral presumably for about ten billion years. That's one spiral started to arrive in narratives. And so it would be rather extraordinary. If all of a sudden, the Milky Way the other spiral galaxies their spirals just in the next billion years. And so the question is can we find other sources of gas in the hope, of course, is that we can yes, they second source of DASS is a Tomic gas. If I understand the distinction here. Molecular gas comes from inside. Side the galaxy and an atomic cast is from outside or we must pull it in. Well, it'd be distribution of the two types of gases different in a spiral. Galaxy the molecular gas, which is denser type type that form stars generally exists closer to the galactic centre than we do. Okay. So most if you do if you were to plot a map of where the gases most of it's closer to galactic centre than we are. But mainly originally come from elsewhere from outside the atomic gases fluffier and most of it lies beyond the sun's distance to the galactic centre, and it does not in general make many stars. But if you can bring the atomic gas closer to the center of the nephew can become dense and spawned new star. So the I hope for new gas and milky ways to bring in some of that Thomas, and how do you do that cabin for example? Colliding with another galaxy without help that will help and conveniently enough the Andromeda galaxy which is also a giant spiral. Galaxy located two point five million years from earth will be swinging dine about five billion years. So it politely nudge, some of that atomic gas toward the center of the Milky Way, and it will become denser and start to form you start. So in that way, that's one hope that QA can maintain spiral shape. You're really talking about gases food for the Milky Way. If we if we convert the Milky Way to our hero, the hero must eat and without new forms of gas, the hero begins to fade or to die. So you've listed in this article the sources of of food for the hero. And so far you've got me from dying in one billion years to what five can we wait all the way till Andromeda gets here. Well, the good news is. There's another source of gas, especially for the Milky Way. Because unlike most giants spirals we've got to rather substantial galaxies going around there altogether. There are something like fifty to sixty satellite galaxies of the Milky Way. All but two of them have run out of gas. In fact, big probably gave their guests to us. But the two exceptions are called the large natural on the cloud in the small. All right. We'll we'll tell the story of the beauties in the sky the large and small module on a cloud bumming comeback Ken cross. Well, this is a biography of the Milky Way, which you know, I'm sentimental about we live here. Happy spiral of a great spiral. Galaxy Ken cross while riding in the on the on the stands now, April twenty nineteen sky and telescope magazine about spiral galaxies and their fates can Crosswell of the alchemy.
"mag magazine" Discussed on No Jumper
"Birdie for sponsoring this podcast. Let's get back into action. I mean, not seeing videos a him on the time line constantly. It would feel like a strange change for the culture. Now. Strange world starts could be dead academics. Nothing about. Fucking dick writer dedicating Joe whole platform to the fucking. Tha the hairs on seasonal and ball. And they're like, yeah. You basically got shit to talk about if incision libation. Libation academics. Doing. You better try to like linka with me. So let let want your full review of academics and his career who he is everything lay. It all out right now what you think I mean, honestly, like almost buckled academics, I ju- because of that he was talking about like, honestly, like, you know, like the ship was he see academics. Basically came off a being a fucking culture vulture off the chief kief in the whole drill drill shit. Like day was popular at the time. We wanted to hear what was going on Sharak of the mix was killing each other fucking groups. That's the thing is that he was filling avoid for content that people like me and you wanted to watch. But then we didn't even like there wasn't people making it. That's a crazy thing is now he doesn't make those Warren shy rag videos, but there's mad other war in Iraq channels people cover and all that shit, actually. So he was like he was like a pioneer of say like pioneer per se. Lamarcus like, I still. I respect academics. Do. But to me, he just like he became a corny dig rider like when he was like covering Sharak sheet. He was like a respected. He would knowledgeable and we were talking about it. Like I used to be like on a fucking. His use comprehensive honestly. And sometimes there will be something like where six nine gets locked up or whatever. And he will actually have the facts from the court case in a way that like it feels like even more legitimate places like complex. They don't even fuck and take the time necessarily to find out. I could actually seems like he has better sources in the streets and shit. Crazily? I don't know why he did. He got the private investigative sources. Something like that. I. A that the detail so many people get like like. Are you in that like so far like teams eat TMZ is like how to find that out? They see they always got everything I video footage. Fucking all the details. How footage? Just crazy TMZ me of the day. And they were like asking me about this rapper that I'm friends with asking me if he was in the hospital, and I I went and looked at his Instagram. He didn't have a story. I was like he usually is a story. And then I go and ask somebody in his click, and he's like, wait what? And he like hits me nice on hospital. But I was like looking around more on people's pages shit. I'm pretty sure that he was lying to me because he didn't want me to tell the cat any wasn't hospital. But like TMZ knew that this was in the hospital for however long, and none of his friends even knew and TMZ hit me asking me about it. I'm like the fuck you guys because they network is so fucking big TMZ LA. I started this shit watching like the sheet that I do like, honestly like I had a fascination with the celebrity news period. Like, not even just hip hoppers, just celebrity news, and and just covering all we had a fascinated with that. She like. Like extra extra extra extra extra? She like that oughta she like always like feeling so like the Grammys awards shit when the kids always like, you know, I had like like if usually like to show kind of like inevitable on is we I was always obsessed with just like, MAG, magazines and watching video shows and everything like that. But you didn't really have that much choice. So it's like I'll be sitting there watching MTV. I seen a backstory backstreet, boys. Video one hundred thousand times n sing video hundred. I never wanted to know dancing. No..
Statue of Liberty stamp mistake to cost U.S. Postal Service $3.5 million
"Show much for being here jamie markley camp on vacation robinson for david and i saw this story i thought you robin feel like what do they do well doing impersonations you all right yeah it was pretty good yeah talking about the government well they don't do anything well this mistakes costing the postal service three and a half million dollars over the statue of liberty forever stamps they were released in two thousand ten it didn't actually show well new york's lady liberty photograph featured in the stamp actually shows the statue of liberty replica are you kidding me outside of new york new york the casino in vegas this is unreal yes they were in circulation for at least three months before the postal service realised the mistake how could they not realize that three billion were printed its wing newton clearly on the crown well actually i mean the guy that designed it yeah said it's more fresh face sultry and even sexier than the original okay what then he should have been thrown out of court right then and there sultry and sexy okay that sounds liberty that sounds nuts okay yes it does sound nut sounds crazy i'm gonna show you a picture of the two side by side right all right you see it and then you can have the paper back to meet do you see the difference would you say sultry are sexier softer supple perhaps the lips slips yes is do you can clearly see a difference is there a little dreamy okay i got it the united states post office spokesman said well we really liked the jenner thrilled the people have noticed in a sense something that people really like if you ask you in vegas they're saying hey that's great it's wonderful it's a some big statement indoor stamp program that's what they said at the time got a golden knights jersey on nets that's later in the story when they're showing when the golden knights were in the stanley cup finals they put that big vinyl jersey on the lady liberty blasphemy well it's a replica i know it's a replica alright that's i know but anyway yeah the guy that designed it us like the ice sculpted this thing you're using that image i'm not down with that so he sued the government for copyright infringement and a judge ruled in his favor wow man three and a half mil three and a half million dollars okay i know you were offended when i read the statement he said sultry sexy or whatever now that you've seen the picture do you agree well he's got a point there is it is more pouting vegas a far away 'course ellipse i know by the way speaking of they do this why would who do the big board meeting okay gentlemen let's talk about the stamps we're going to create for this year hey sir i've got one how about a statue of liberty idea let's have a look we're gonna and tom show me your makeup all right so he brings it in here's the picture you wonder if people just duped yep doing just be done with it or they thought oh no one will ever notice crate and barrel mag magazines i got an stuff in it i mean this is this is ridiculous pottery barn kinda crazy a lot of people didn't even know there was a replica in vegas sit hadn't been that had not been there before i've never been to vegas but i've seen it on tv they do the pan of the strip and there's the statue of liberty thing since they released the info on the story yeah bunch of people are now actually there and protesting right there at the statue protesting what the fact that the guy got ripped now ice separation of families at the border so they go did it in new york they want to do it in vegas now all right i made that part up but it almost drove me crazy oh you know what i bought it hook line and sinker because i could see these pats these people that get up every morning and what's going to piss me off today wow boy i was duped hey buddy if you're a stamp collector in gosh who isn't the statue the statue of liberty stamp will be valuable the thanks for that because they'll pull it off the.
"mag magazine" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show
"I wake up this morning pop on twitter and two two by two very happy surprise i find k marcos stooping down to my level in the mud getting his hands dirty jazz bodybag in losers on the internet i i said to john when i was growing up my mom never shut the fuck up she was always yelling and she's always been a bitch and stoned right she's and so so and so that was always just like background noise you know it's like she's always yelling nobody even pays attention and that's like me dave and while the other people here on at barcelos fucking mixing it up on twitter it's just like white noise my dad didn't say anything but when he spoke up like you knew your troubles and called shit my dad's pissed mellick you're done yes that when keith starts fucking when he starts get mad on the internet you watch out and so your latest you're you're like new victimizing latest because they're so fuel for between but it's this chick ginny y natalie cholera natalie wiener wiener nadal honor i get it sounds like a tech it's like s frozen winners so with just the lazy low hanging fruit upset that we called a college hockey goalie pretty the colder high was the hottest college athletes spinner mike such as hoscobic athlete in america and i said i'd be paying more attention to college hockey at the end of the book as the lazio's blog ever and her response was that this is fucking nause fucking nauseating this is so and she worship leisure report now eyes i had urged arrests as egner says the bleach report mag magazine which is like it's like the joke division of barstools of of of bleachers that's like the joke of the jail.