17 Burst results for "Magnanimously"

"magnanimously" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

06:27 min | Last month

"magnanimously" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"I believe, just looked the other way. Hey, Joe, the clip we just played from the deposition. I mean, that's kind of amazing. This idea that he's blaming his greedy customers from being the ones who made him do it. None of them decided none of them decided to call on this or to pull their money out. That's speaks to the sociopath, description that you just get. Exactly. Classic narcissist I've done a whole bunch of serial killer shows over the last couple of years, Bundy, Dahmer, gacy. And I consider a Bernie a financial serial killer because he shares a lot of those qualities with serial killers, a complete lack of empathy, and blaming other people, you know, all the John Wayne Gacy famously blamed his victims for the situation. They put themselves in, and here you see Bernie blaming the greed of some of his customers. It's just incredible. He destroyed the lives of so many and he's blaming others. That's why I think going back to your original question, Andrew. The idea that he magnanimously wanted to save his family and pled guilty to me is a lot is just a lot of bunk. It was self resolution. Because it's new to me at least, what is the mob piece of all of this? Well, there was a lot of cartel money and there was a lot of just dirty money. Being invested more of his money was offshore and in Europe than in the United States. And so there is a feeling amongst many that a lot of this money was dirty money. You mentioned JPMorgan and some of the feeder funds and others, do you think that is that they look to the other way because they were simply greedy, they didn't know or didn't want to know or do you think they actually knew? That's a hard question that is hard to answer. I think people with fiduciary responsibility for other people's money have a need and a responsibility to look deeply into where they're taking other people's money and investing it. And the red flag, the red flags were so loud. And so bright on this case. From the simple basic fact that, for example, his strategy involved options, if you believe the size of his hedge fund and if you believe that he was using this split strike conversion strategy, there would have been more options that he needed than were in existence in the total options market. So there's just things that real investors, sophisticated, sophisticated investors should have known. In real regulators. And regulators, I mean, the regulation, the regulatory failure here is massive. I mean, Harry markopolos, the famous whistleblower in this case, went to the SEC 5 times over 8 years, and they just completely ignored it. Do you think in Madoff's case that he always intended to be running a criminal enterprise? And we often talk about Ponzi schemes and whether they start innocently. If it could start that way, if you will, meaning the person starts on the straight and narrow, gets into a hole, and then tries to dig out. I think it's more premeditated. Yeah, I think Bernie on the one hand diluted himself that he was a he was a good guy, and he did some good things. He basically created NASDAQ. I mean, it's a long story that I won't go into the details that obviously people on Wall Street are aware of, but he democratized trading. I spend a half hour a day on account of his work in electronic trading in the 70s, helped make that possible. So he actually did some incredible things. But he played fast and loose with the rules from the get go. There's a famous story when he's in his 20s and he first opened up his shop in 1962 after the big market crash. He ended up losing $30,000 worth of his investors money, which is a lot of money back in 62 for a kid in his 20s, and instead of telling his clients what happened, he borrowed $30,000 from his father in law, sat Albert. And gave the money back to his client saying that he had gotten out just in time. And as Diane enriquez, wizard of says in the show, he decided he'd rather be a liar than a failure because his father was a failure. Ponzi scheme back then? No, but he was playing fast and loose with the rules. And he always had this investment advisory business on the side that he kept shadowy while he had his legitimate birth business. Fast forward to today, there's been lots of comparisons made fairly or unfairly and maybe time will tell I'm curious where you land on this with Sam bankman fried and what looks like a lot of commingled funds and the like or worse. Yeah. Well look, it's an apples and orange oranges comparison on a certain level. But fraud keeps happening in this country every 5 to 8 years. And the roots of fraud are the same. The same things happen as are happening here with FTX. You have a charismatic guy who deludes himself into thinking he's doing good in the world when in fact he's actually sticking a knife into people's backs. You have nonexistent regulation. Why weren't we here regulating crypto or having an insight into this in the past? The regulatory failure with Bernie Madoff is just his mind boggling. And so you have these and then you have people who know better. Sophisticated financial people taking other people's money and investing it. You better know what you're investing it in. And people look the other way. I need to thank you. You're a great director and producer. So you know, you know this better than I do. We're up against a heart break, unfortunately. But I wish you lots of luck with the film. It is called Madoff the monster of Wall Street. I have a couple of cameos in it myself. And happy birthday to your daughter Sydney. Oh, you're very nice to say that Joe, thank you very, very much. We look forward to seeing the film. Thanks. All right, I should say series. It's not just. You're even in, you're even into Meghan Markle thing. I am. On Netflix. On Netflix. Everywhere.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:12 min | 6 months ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"So, you know, thank goodness, sanity prevailed, thank goodness the people of Wyoming spoke and thank goodness we're able to celebrate today nationwide. Thanks to the good and decent people of Wyoming, who Liz Cheney despises. There's no way around this. The Trump haters, the never trumpers hate Republicans. The vast majority of Republicans, if you believe this Politico morning consult poll, almost 60% of Republicans now would vote for Donald Trump today. That's after Mar-a-Lago's raid. That's after the January 6th prime time hearings. And they are determined to convince themselves that we're the ones who are whack jobs. 68, 60 58% of Republicans. According to the Politico morning consult poll, 58%, so I caught this last night as well. This was the part of Liz Cheney's speech where she talked about. And you know why she said this. She's trying to make the point that since Donald Trump never conceded 2020, she's able to, just like Abe Lincoln, graciously and magnanimously concede defeat. Now listen carefully pay close attention to what she said about a phone call she made to the Victor Harriet hagerman. Our republic relies upon the goodwill of all candidates for office to accept honorably the outcome of elections. And tonight, Harriet hagerman has received the most votes in this primary. She won. I called her to concede the race. This primary election is over. Now, did you hear what you said? I called her to concede the race. About an hour later, Harriet hagerman appeared on Fox News channels, Ingram angle, with Laura Ingraham. Did Liz Cheney call you and congratulate you. How was the tone of that conversation? I haven't had an opportunity to visit with her. We have been kind of wrapped up in all of the stuff associated with what's going on downstairs with our watch party as you can imagine we have several hundred people downstairs ready to celebrate who've been celebrating and so I have not been able to even look at my phone so I don't know if she's called or not. So I don't really have anything to report on that. Now, Liz Cheney is trying to brag about how patriotic and virtuous she is by having called Harriet hagerman. I get it, you could make the case. Well, I called. That's a little bit like, you know, I turned my homework in, the teacher wasn't there to receive it, but I gave it to her. I made the call. No. Liz Cheney clearly implied that she called and spoke to Harriet hagerman and conceded defeat. That is not what happened. Harriet hagerman herself said she never spoke to her. I don't think Abe Lincoln would tell a lie like that. I know it was George Washington who said I would never tell a lie, although I don't think he ever really said that, isn't that an urban legend? And I don't think he threw what did he throw out? Throw over the Potomac river. You ain't throwing anything over that big river. So there's a lot, but that's an urban legend, but I don't know that Abraham Lincoln would claim that he spoke to somebody who he didn't. I'm sorry. Again, you could technically very shrewd of Liz Cheney. She's no dummy. Look how virtuous I am. Unlike you Trump, unlike you election deniers, unlike you purveyors of the big lie, I called Harriet hagerman. Um. Apparently she didn't get through. She left that out. Ben's in San Diego, 806 5 5 mics are.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

03:19 min | 6 months ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Desk. Good morning, senator. How are you? I'm doing very well with you. It's good to be back on with you. I was surprised to learn that asa Hutchinson your governor of the great state of Arkansas running for president. I really came out of nowhere. I did not know that. Well, you, it's only August of the midterm election year, so I think it's a little early for anyone to be thinking seriously about running for president when we have a critical election in front of us. I'm reminded of my drill sergeant basic rock home market shift used to remind us to focus on the 25 meter target. You got 300 meter targets up there for 25 meter targets, the one right in front of you and the one most urgent. And that 25 meter target is the midterm election we're going to win back to Congress and win back in it. Got a lot of important primaries tonight. That will produce a lot of Republicans who are going to be the next senators from states that we're going to win this fall. So that's where I'm going to keep my focus on and we'll deal with future elections in the future. All right, senator cotton. Yesterday a racist on MSNBC or the day before attacked Herschel Walker as being the kind of Negro, I'm using his words that Republicans like who takes orders. That kind of racist dirt, Herschel answered with a very kind and generous response. You know, Georgia very well. You know, the south very well. Does that stuff fly anymore that Uncle Tom nonsense and actually vindictive mean evil stuff from MSNBC's crazier left wing now Hugh does not accept in herbs and liberal provinces like MSNBC and fancy prestigious university and corporate boardrooms where they obsess about race all the time and they do in fact count by race and discriminate based on race. And people certain people who face the toughest and most prejudicial treatment are racial minorities who dare to break from the liberal orthodoxy. You see that with clarence Thomas for instance. You've seen it with Jim Scott. Now you're seeing with Herschel Walker. I'm not surprised that he responded in a magnanimous and gracious way because he's a magnanimously gracious man. And that's why he's going to beat Raphael Warnock. He's going to help us stop the Biden agenda. And that's probably going to Detroit more of these insane attacks against him. But I know that he's got what it takes to see us through the end. Senator, I just wanted to give that chance. Now let's turn to reconciliation to the poorly named inflation reduction act, which is not about inflation, reduces nothing. It actually raises taxes and spending. And isn't an action, it's a retreat by senator Manchin, a collapse actually. If you get senator sinema, if they get senator sinema to go along, or if you get senator sentiment, I become a Republican or stop his nightmare, actually, it'll fail. But if it doesn't go to voter Rama, senator Tom and I discussed, voted Rama is a largely symbolic exercise that I'd like to see the Republicans turn into a statement of core, key issues with three, four, 5 amendments at most, that focuses the mind on spending for the navy underwater in the Pacific on education getting rid of divisive issues, K through 8, and building charter schools both public and private. And then finally, building a nuclear power plant. I think those would all pass the parliamentarian bird bath..

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"magnanimously" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"How does the media thank him? Fox 59 and all of you should go to Fox 59 news. Make sure I get their website correctly. Because what I'm about to tell you is so on point with where America is right now. Fox 59 dot com that's Fox number 59 dot com. Good Samaritan with a gun, stopped Greenwood park mall shooting. Comma, went against malls, code of conduct. That's how the media is reporting it. Not, and by the way, they put good Samaritan in quotes. Oh, good Samaritan with a gun. They can not bring themselves to the point of covering a story where a good guy with the gun neutralizes a bad guy with a gun. They are not allowed to say that. No, instead they say, well, he went against the code of conduct. You know who did follow the code of conduct? The Yuval, they police officers. Do nothing. That's the code of conduct, I guess. They followed orders, good Samaritan didn't follow the rules and thankfully not as many people died. And the bad guy was neutralized. Good Samaritan with gun stopped Greenwood park mall shooting, went against code of conduct, according to Fox 59 dot com. That's our media. That's how our media treats heroes. He's not a good Samaritan. He's a legitimately courageous hero. You won't see that in any of the articles about him though written by the mainstream media. They say, well, he won against the code of conduct. He broke the rules. I want your thoughts. Please email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Your feedback. Do you think there's something deeper to this of bureaucratic government paralysis and the American citizen that still has fight left? Email me freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Look, there's a must see movie you gotta check out at Salem now dot com called Michelle Obama 2024. Her real life story and her plan for power, film director Joel Gilbert, I know Joel, great American, takes a deep dive into the life of Michelle Obama from Chicago to Princeton to Martha's Vineyard. He says Michelle Obama will run for president in 2024 and base her candidacy on a life story that is more racially divisive and nearly as fictitious as that of her husband Barack Hussein. Check out the stunning new movie on Salem now, Michelle Obama 2024. Michelle is following the same formula as Barack to become president, a bestselling autobiography, the keynote convention speaker, and a voter registration organization. First, Barack and now Michelle want to transform America. Michelle Obama 2024 now playing at Salem now dot com. This new movie has stunning game changing revelations about Michelle Obama's past, the film director says only the truth can stop her. Michelle Obama 2024 watch the movie on demand or by the DVD on Salem now dot com. Good Samaritan with a gun stopped Greenwood park ball shooting went against malls code of conduct. Why does Fox 59 have to put that in there? Because they have to make it seem as though, even though he's a hero who saved lives, he's a rule breaker. You see instead of writing magnanimously about this shooter, wow, he had the courage to do it. Now, this is why people are less likely to act this way. It's actually a perfect example. Good Samaritan with guns stopped Greenwood park mall shooting, went against malls code of conduct. I love that framing went a guest against as if he's a rule breaker. He's someone that is, you should lock him up. He's a criminal. Now, why do they have to put that in there because they don't want to celebrate courage? Because the media themselves are a bunch of very weak, dishonest people that are cowards, you think the person who wrote this article for Fox 59 news would go into the mall, I hope you're all understanding this. The way the media covers this. And they rewrote it in the headline. It's still the same online because they're getting such backlash, but that's still the same essence. Yeah, this is the new one. It still is bad. Good Samaritan with gun, stopped Greenwood park mall shooting, mall, mall had policy against weapons. That's how they're changing it. Where are we at as a country where the media and the bureaucracies as soon as a person does something right, they have to tear that person down. And that goes to show, that's just a deeper cancer in our society of no matter who succeeds for what reason we have to try to find something wrong with that person that organization that company and to try to destroy them. It's almost this collective jealousy. I go, a man comes and stops someone from shooting and they're a good Samaritan, they're a hero? Well, what did the policy say against weapons? I'm glad he broke the rules and you should be too. In fact, you should think twice about following the stupid mall rules. No gun zone. Well, guess what? The criminal then follow the rules. The criminal didn't follow the no gun zone law. And it wasn't even a law just regulations. And guess what? This person didn't either. 22 year old who's carrying a gun. And took him out. Violent crime is on the rise in America. These mass shootings, I don't know if they're going up in general or not sure feels like they're going up based on media coverage, but I've learned my lesson not to be tricked by that. It depends how you define a mass shooting. There are definitely going up in places like Chicago and Detroit and gang related neighborhoods, but I could say this. If you go grocery shopping, if you go anywhere public and it says no gun zone, unless it's a state law and it's just some sort of preference of that department store..

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"magnanimously" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

"Supposed to do podcasts with Dennis about Neil Adams and George Perez, but unfortunately Dennis is a bit under the weather, but Sean has magnanimously put his time aside being a comic book writer, a teacher, a comedian, you name it, he's everything, and he's managed to find the time to watch these two films and do this podcast with me. So I really do have to thank you for doing that, Sean. It's an absolute pleasure. I really enjoyed it. I loved getting stuck into some of the Doctor Who who never of it all. And the non doctor universe a bit old as well. But where can people find you on social medias and more importantly, where can they buy your book? Well, you can fund me on Twitter at Sean mason and that's Sean spelled the proper way. And all one word. And what you'll see is lots of me promoting my comics, posting pictures of my cat and on my word or I one of the people who posted a word or schools and their herd or schools and their movie door schools. They're posted or score and framed. I'll see if I'm a man of routine. I'll just be constantly angry with the state of the world all the time. Yeah, I'm trying to do that less. So, but I'm equally as angry. So I understand your pain with all that and I sometimes do the same. And I also try and do less. I often just say, I'm just happened to be watching this thing today. There's enough franger in the world. Exactly. And again, just come and stop fandoms. There's so many just pages chats in a Star Wars Star Wars fandom. The doctor in front of these pockets that just constantly just moaning about. I just want it's fun, just enjoy good stories. Enjoy what you enjoy. Be who you are. It's all good. It's all good. As long as you're not a raving on the side or maniac, or a racist or something like that. Go, don't be those things. Go watch something else. I don't want to have to engage with you at all. I hope if you are those things, I hope you're not listening. Yeah, we're all here. We don't like you. We don't like you guys. All those people. Peter files included all their marble people. We don't like that. The worst of the world. And again, not really what Doctor Who is made for, really..

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"magnanimously" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Okay. So you first got it and this is a good rule for life. You just got to decide very clearly what you want. Right? So if you want a good grade, then don't say anything. Right? I believe grades don't matter nearly as much as speaking the truth. That's my opinion. I think grades are largely relevant. And I mean this take this just nicely and kindly, I think college is a scam and kind of a waste of time. Right, okay. So, and it's not an attack on you. I just think college is largely useless. So you got to figure out what you want, right? So Ben Shapiro and I disagree on this. Ben will say, hey, just tell the professor what he wants to hear, just lie your way through the course work, whatever. I think if you lie small, you lie big. I think every fight matters. I think you shouldn't put your name to something that's untrue. Not only is that unbiblical, it's also just a bad rule for life, right? So you just got to know what you want. But also know that if you decide to challenge professor challenges, your grade will probably suffer. Your friendships will suffer, and it will be tough. But waiting on the back end of that will be an incredible sense of freedom that I think will just open your eyes and a profound and a magical way. And so you have to know what you want. And for me, it's always just been truth first and what are the consequences are, like, so be it. And you don't have to do it in a reckless way or a bombastic way, do it gracefully and compassionately. You could do it magnanimously, which is one of my favorite words written a lot about by Aristotle. But at the same time, if I personally, this is the way I'm wired, I wouldn't be able to get an a while not challenging a professor for just spreading rubbish. I will have felt as if I just saw the truth, go through a drive by shooting, and I let that happen. And that's not the way I'm wired. God bless you. Thank you. All right, we'll take a cup, I think we'll do one here, and then one there. So two more. Thank you, Charlie. I'm not a student. I'm a father. My wife and I have 5 kids. They're all teenagers. I will tell you, and I appreciate you saying earlier that you were an optimist. I'm very discouraged right now with explaining my kids about what's going on in the world. So I want your opinion on something. When I read revelation and it's talking about the end times, the new world order that we keep hearing about in the news, the mark of the beast with the microchip. I can't help but think of it Christ is coming back. I know we can't, you know, we don't know the day in the hour is unknown. Exactly. When we got knows that. So I want your opinion on that matter. I believe the Bible is true. And so I believe everything the Bible says is going to happen is going to happen. So let me give you my opinion on eschatology, which is the study of the end times, right? Brandon's going to know exactly where I'm going. So there's the pre trib and the post trip and the debate rages on and will rage on for a long time. And whenever I get the pre trip in the post trip guys in the room together, they both have really good arguments. They both do. And so I'm more of a pre troop guy, just kind of by default, right? However, I tend to just kind of say my public thing, I'm a pantry. It's all going to pan out in the end, right?.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Let's go to Dan Crenshaw. I'm reading an article from Texas monthly. Is Dan Crenshaw in trouble? Now I ask that question this morning of one of the smartest guys I know Mark Davis. The morning host in Dallas on 6 60 a.m. the entry said, absolutely not. It might be a little bit trickier for him, but he's not in trouble. He's a big fundraiser. He's prolific. He'll be fine. And I got a bunch of text messages already saying, Mark, not so fast, Mark. This article by Dan Solomon is Dan Crenshaw in trouble. His rise to political fame was an unlikely one he writes. He was a political newcomer running to replace longtime congressman Ted Poe in 2018. He squeaked his way into second place in a crowded GOP primary by a mere 155 votes. Forcing a runoff then winning his parties nomination and claiming the seat. Then he appeared on Saturday Night Live. Just after he won the election to magnanimously accept an apology from Pete Davidson, that guy. And by the way, I don't like Pickett on people. If you get Pete Davidson, I mean, God bless him. This guy is, he's everywhere, I have never seen a guy less funny, less talented. He's like a stoner that just is on TV all the time. Listen, people don't get anybody's appeal. A lot of people don't like me and I get it. But and again, good luck. God bless him. Pete Davidson, wow. What's his talent? What is his talent? Really think about it. Is he act, see a singer? Is he funny? Is he a comic, I guess? I don't know. Anyway, remember when Dan Crenshaw was on Saturday Night Live with Pete Davidson, and a lot of people were like, uh oh. Then Crenshaw is he one of us? What's he doing on SNL? Kissing up to the Saturday Night Live crew. Well, this week, Monday, Crenshaw attended a biweekly Tea Party Tea Party meeting at the citizens grill in Conroe. Conroe's about 30 minutes north of Houston. I've been there. A little girl identified by some in the video as ten years old. Actually, I think she's 14, but she's a little girl. She challenged Dan Crenshaw by saying, we have societal hero archetypes that we look up to. This is what she said Crenshaw shit. Jesus is a hero archetype, Superman is a hero archetype, real characters too, you know, I could name a thousand. Rosa Parks Ronald Reagan, all these all these people in body certain attributes that the American people think this is good. Well, the girl read the quote allowed to Crenshaw. And accused of being lied about being a Christian, and having described Jesus as akin to Superman, which she said was heresy, essentially. While Crenshaw got furious, lashed out at the little girl and said, put a period after Jesus and don't question my faith. We've got the clip, right? I mean, the audience starts booing him, they're yelling at him. Heckling him. And you know, you can sit around and I guess to be, I'm not about to debate theology with anybody. I'm not good enough to do that. But I think having his constituents boo him gives an indication that maybe something's wrong here. Well, why is Dan Crenshaw in trouble? For one credential hasn't towed every party line, rights, Texas monthly. He's offered a fair amount of red meat to the GOP base. He signed on to the Texas lawsuit that sought to change the outcome of the election in 2020. But he's also taken a few stands against his party. He called the 43 House members who are members of the freedom caucus grifters who tell lie after lie. He published a daily wire column last year, decrying his party's emphasis. On owning the lips, he pushed back and doubled down at his denunciation of Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene called her an idiot, who's running a scam. So the article goes on to say that all of that may have flown in the district Crenshaw represented during his first two terms, but now redistricting has changed the outcome. Now there's a different dynamic, a different demographic, if you will. I mean, right now, Crenshaw is running to represent constituents who are consistent significantly more conservative than the ones who voted into office the first two terms. The second is among the safest GOP the second district is among the safest GOP seats in the state. But in other words, that person now might not be Dan Crenshaw. Is he at risk? Is he at risk? He's a powerhouse fundraiser. He's a charismatic guy, but I would add to this Texas monthly article he is a guy who, as I understand it, has pretty passionately defended congresswoman Liz Cheney of Wyoming. What does that say to you about what kind of Republican Dan Crenshaw is? Are you okay with that? And I want to talk to Texas most of all because you know him better than the rest of the country is Dan Crenshaw in trouble. Is he going to get voted out? One 806 5 5 Mike in the really factor dot com mobile studios on the floor of the shot show in Las Vegas. Let's take a few minutes and talk about warriors we need Republicans who have to be unified Republicans who are on board with what has to be done in order to take this country back and get some common sense and some control..

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"magnanimously" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Podcasts. You have been warned sir. A threat govern yourself. According well i did. And i said fuck you sumi bitch. You're nothing to me. Except the giant do strenuous censor my free speech. You should govern yourself. Accordingly douche faulk. I'm sorry the guy doesn't know anything. This was a comment under leonard. French is uh video. I thought was pretty was pretty good Here this was two comments back to back. In his and his chat said adrian their lawyers just casually reminding the world that they literally set the modern precedent for various. Yeah i think you should do little fucking research to bully people do douche of all people why would they after someone who defined copyright law of reaction videos again. They probably just didn't know what they were stepping into. They didn't they didn't do their research on. You look back then. I was broke now. I'm fucking rich. Let's be honest. The cost of this lawsuit literally have fuck you money. And you're using it. And even i'm happy to send that precedent. So yeah fuck you. I mean at this point with the way the trailers emerging money i might even be richer than rank having all i definitely will be by the time trilogy. Goes bankrupt so anyway. Oh there's some other great ones. This is stuff. I've been waiting the show. Now that everything's filed. I can show it the this now. When they first started threatening us and stuff they asked for million dollars. They said that We had caused fifty million dollars damages and all this insane ship so we an act of absolute generosity magnanimously to just make this. Go away to not have stress to be you know. Make every Fair you a good faith effort to resolve this effort amicably. Instead of having wasted judge in courts time we offered him twenty five thousand dollars not a small amount of money now and so probably like half of his network yet. This point for sure and so you know i didn't even want to do that but I think we considered with our lawyers. Everything we're like this better. We'd be happier for this just to go away either was pregnant and there's just a lot of we're like okay. Of course sucks. But yeah. I mean it's easier than doing a lawsuit for me. I was always very gung ho like okay. I knocked me silenced. This is fair. Fucking use fucked like i just. I'm ready to go dude when it comes to this shit But anyway so we offered that and good faith and they countered with. They said no. We need nine thousand dollars and they needed us to make the following statement. You ready They wanted me to say this publicly. So i guess i am doing that for.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"Work on a on a momentary basis. And then you know again is this. If you if you really want this to occur this practice it will occur. I'm not saying it's going to be easy. But if you start to apply it and take you know in in this toll you may get one thickness helpful and if you get one thing. That's a great thing because then you can actually apply it and see if it actually works and then the next thing is then. Don't judge yourself too harshly in this because again. That's just another game. Remember that that basis of of of salmon which is doing nothing you know doing nothing also means don't bring him these things were icon. I'm good etc. That's doing something it's it's you know it's just doing something that's negative again. They're on the side of good practice. If it's if you feel that you're not practicing well enough mahad enough. Is that then put something in that really supports you and you'll focus and then in time you'll you'll begin to see the things that you're adding on top of your own life and you'll see you obey the basic wonder of your own big again. You know the border and the whole cohen of buddhism is around that buddhist first statement. I o the The wisdom of the two of the awaken want to us. Nece you know so really. He's a firm in. All of life is every single practitioner in that way but then the colonists is really. Can i really make that into my life. You know no no matter what happens. They'll be they'll be easy times where you can say you know magnanimously. I can say that. I may be amongst a whole bunch of friends suma while great you know the whole world is his way could then this is why then i might be having inaugural with someone else of difficulty and then book and i say the same thing then. It's almost like saying it through clenched teeth. You home in july. No but the thing is is the We we are a package as human beings we come with all the human aspects and the and the aspect of practice is to really see into these things. I could say that cliche to see that. They are vast and empty. But why this is important is to see that. These are not permanent. These things come and go all of these negative positive things that we have as human beings but the living itself doesn't know. Can we really appreciate you know. And i say this over alvarez. I remember with with mike zimmer. Oshii the the first year almost a year was that with him at the end of every talk. You'd say appreciate you light an iv going. Yeah that's all right for you as all right you're your light and then it'd be then after a while is like.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"Dress. You know even today for their contribution to the olympic team parade uniform. Ag spalding and brothers only donated the white flannel parade trousers which i found super interesting and apparently each piece of the uniform was supplied by a different manufacturer and company so for instance one company made and donated the teams white sweater vests while another donated the white silk socks and another donated. The praise and the diversity of donated products actually extended well beyond the official prayed costumes to include silken swimsuits. Locker room sandals necklaces. Even compacts hand-printed handkerchiefs rubberized capes april. Four stresses bathing caps and pajamas. I need to know more about these pajamas. I know and i also feel like. I wanna get my hands on some of this merchandise shirley it has to be out there with collectors somewhere so if you have olympic vintage memorabilia out there that's clothing related. Maybe citizen email. Y'all there's actually this fantastic image of the olympic women's swimming team and their sports pajamas. Which of course we'll post. It consists of what appears to be a colored t. Shirt with the us insignia on the chest of course and then that fabulous belted wide flared. Pants associate with pajamas period. And who is the designer. You may be asking while we have not yet made it to the era of famed fashion designer uniforms. That has yet to come. However thanks to the official report we do know that. The designer of these uniforms was the chairman of the clothing committee. Someone we probably haven't heard of. And that was george w graves and the concerted effort to assemble the parade and competition. Uniforms are as they were also called the time. their costumes wasn't without. Its problems as you can imagine organizing something of this magnitude. You know the small amount of time between the olympic trials and the actual olympic games meant that very few athletes could be fit in their uniforms before they headed to l. a. And this made last minute alterations. All the more difficult american hurdler evelyn hall atoms we heard from earlier was complimentary of her parade uniform which she said consisted of silk dress. Asleep this jacket and a cute french beret. But she also says that her fellow teammate and try on the track and field team. Mary karoo cried when they were presented with what she described as a man's wool track tank suit. And i am. I assuming that is for competition. Where okay you know like we said. We are not yet in the era animation quite yet and evelyn continues quote. It was cut way down the sides. Marian i absolutely refuse to wear it so they had to call in the taylor's and there was a lot of commotion around while all the girls were getting the size of their suits sewn up the trunk that we were so these were for their their competition. Uniform where white sat in a an co in and it had loose legs with a red white and blue stripes down the side and around the waist. But because i was a hurdler i had to go out and buy elastic to put in the lakes also thought of this also we were given new white bucks shoes and if you knew how hot and stiff those were and those shoes. We had to wear in the opening parade so these shows apparently dressed listeners. Gave all of the women blisters and many of them even took them off during the ceremony but cost me. Hiccups however did not ruin the aw marian. Her teammates felt being a part of the opening ceremony that she says quote filled everyone up to the brim with the olympic spirit and for the american olympic committee at least the parade uniforms were an embodiment of the same spirit representing a truly collaborative effort. That became a symbol of immense pride for the committee and the manufacturers themselves you know. Many of these manufacturers were actually present at the opening ceremony and the committee wrote at the time that quote the american olympic clothing committee on behalf of the american olympic committee gifts. Thanks to and has just caused to feel proud for the loyal cooperation received from the american manufacturers. Who so magnanimously contributed. It was an expression of patriotism which will long be remembered. The committee also makes the point to note that the manufacturers had each been appointed as official olympic team costumers and this appears to be an entirely new title as we could not find it in any reports or newspaper articles prior to nineteen thirty two. But this appointment. It's really important to note because it marks a significant turning point for clothing manufacturing relationships because for the first time these companies actually began to promote their partnership to the wider public so just as in fashion history when we've seen dressmaker couturiers proudly advertiser associations with members of various royal families. In association with the olympic team was something. These companies also began to advertise with great pride. Apparently the appointment as an official costumer for the olympics was so covetable and this copy -able that the committee actually found necessary to take out a two page ad in women's wear daily to assert conclusively who the authorized manufacturers were confirming that quote only garments worn by the contestants will bear this official emblem and that was a label quote that will be issued under a rigid control system so only firms authorized by the american olympic clothing. Committee can use it and it goes on so for the information of all of those interested. We present the list of authorized manufacturers officially chosen by the clinton committee of the olympic games. And so it is in this way. That olympic clothing began to make its way into fashioned establishment so not only were their displays of the actual uniforms and leading department stores throughout the country but olympic fashions were also made available for purchase marketed. with slogans. Like you'll be a winner. This summer and olympic fashions and as as daily reported in may of nineteen thirty to quote b altman and company and arnold constable and co drew the attention to the olympic games with their window displays. This week altman uses five. Interlocking rings the colorful insignia of the games magnified and in huge circles as background for the fashions and also applies a small felt. Wants to dresses and bathing suits and really. It's this sort of olympic branding of ready to wear clothing. You know it was not something that we had really seen at this time but we are going to see.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on First Take

"Opt in for thirty six million dollars in twenty twenty one twenty two leonard dozen have full bird rights in that would restrict him to a four year. One hundred and seventy six point two million dollars. That's real money if he declines the option according to bobby marks I'll start with yuki mean for future in la means nothing other than signing that expensive for four years. Why why even think about leaving going anywhere else. I mean you had the shortstop in toronto. You won a championship. But you put this team together. Essentially in los angeles clippers. You went out and got paul george. You reported the decision. Making the move on from glenn rivers. Who was once part time but now wants to be called glenn you decided to say hey. We want to move on from this and your reporting to the city. This is what you wanted to do. So talking about leaving gore somewhere else just makes zero plus bomber's not going allow that to happen. He's going to do everything within his power along with thai lou to keep the top player on the team. Why would you pam. Doc goes ten deep in the playoffs. Instead short insurance in the rotation and took his phd away he referred my best fan versus rivers. Not straight for so many years but yes we will. This is the thing about why. I don't think you should leave. La either and my guess is he won't although people have been talking about miami and you could understand why but getting la has a great coach and excellent team. And i believe had he not been hurt. They would have won the championship this year. You know what i think is going on with kawhi right now because we always apply this to lebron and it happened to kobe and since michael jordan like once upon a time did not have to win the championship every single year. And unless be and then people were saying what's wrong. You didn't win the championship this year. Like magic and bird traded years where they want them with this now. Max's is you putting it together to win the championship. So we expecting you to win. Okay but the point is this. Lebron held to the jordan standard every year. He doesn't win the chip. what happened. So his co. why though like why is vital to win the championship. Eventually it doesn't have to happen in one or two. What you go out there and you tell your organization go get me to go. Get me this because you're trying to win right now. Well you're trying to. You're not saying give me this three year question okay. So let's say why in the first four years that he's a clipper wins a championship. Is that a huge success. But we're not waiting for years. It's already congress. Fran without wait. It's already been to get it. And if the next two years he wins two years have been a disappointment to people. Like your friend. More is widely. Who is a clipper fan. That's a disappointment because we went out. We gave up draft picks. We spend money coach. That's what we wanted to. I wouldn't say it's a disappointment yet. Because that's my we all have to take a step back and say no one's michael jordan as soon as you give them a crew. We wins it every year. They're going to be years where you don't do it. And i went along with the clippers. It's not the brooklyn nets in k. d. signed would a torn achilles. We knew one year was gonna be wasted last year where the bubble will not bubble. They got bounced if the clintons win. One allies tenure with the clippers successor. Not a success. But they didn't sign up for five years from now. They signed up for today. That's okay not only one win it. All right agree to disagree first. You don't succeed. try try again. Hey perk you got me now marlon okay. Good good get in on this. Where are you on this subject. First of all. Max is all over the place as usual right place right here. No no no you all over the place of the one that said. You don't want you to one. They say when it matters the most when his in the playoffs your role in waco y because delivers championships. He went to la why to deliver championships. He left everything that he had into one. Oh they wanted to give the man everything in toronto after he won a championship. He forced a paul george To to force tray out of oklahoma city he gets welby. Won't private helicopter to the rain to the plane sitting in private suites he has he has authored laid out for him by the way he had the opportunity to go across the street. And joel. lebron. James and the los angeles lakers alongside anthony davis. He said no. I'm going to be your co editor. So with that being said. I'm rolling with keyshawn on this way is to deliver championships now. But guess what max. Guess what. Max is not going to be a championship. No time soon with the los angeles clippers due to have season ending. Injury of surgery bores with his. Acl look might not going to be this year and it's because of his injury. Otherwise i'm telling you would have been this year. They would have beaten the sons. They went six games without kawhi. Of course they would have beaten them with guy and they would have beaten the bucks and co had honest has number when he was in the eastern conference when lebron went to cleveland. Lebron's better than kawhi okay. But when lebron went to cleveland he in four years he delivered one championship one. It was a huge success if delivers a championship to the for not a huge success. Look like going back to cleveland in getting one championship is not coming from toronto. To the clippers act. You could argue. It's a bigger problems for with the cleveland finals. Whenever lebron would have won a championship for cleveland the team that drafted him that he took him to a championship is a youngster. Important ways with them to go to miami coming back to save the day. It's dragged through another team. He came back to save the day. The bronze cast in and did what he was supposed to do. So he left again. Kawai symbol this team. Put it together. Wanted them to win. Now they're not saying. We're going to sign hawaiian. Twenty twenty two win in two thousand twenty five. They're not saying what they're not saying that now. What i'm saying. What i'm offering is a different perspective. Why from the area didn't have a choice where he was drafted maneuvered his way back to his hometown if he wins a championship in his in his tenure on the clippers a tipping similar to what. Lebron didn't cleveland. What's not it's not what he did for a franchise. It's never even went to come with finals. First of all it was bad. Blood cleveland when he left so that was a whole nother situation. Yes what's upper. Here's the difference. Will lebron james drafted in cleveland. Live cleveland the owner of the cleveland. Cavaliers and dan. Gilbert wrote a horse letter about lebron james. He called them a benedict on the broad. James left and went to south beach delivered to championships. Still could've stayed there with chris. Bosh and wade in probably would have won two or three more to be honest with you. He decided he said you know what. I'm gonna put my pride aside. I'm going back to cleveland a team that had been in the lottery. Hope per man. I think they probably had three three or four years. Lebron james was gone. They probably had three first peaks overall in the draft. I'm going to go back to cleveland. Because i have unfinished business. I order to my hometown or to every if fan cleveland and i'm going to deliver a championship dear. Hold on hold sort of fun. Lear is no perfect analogy. And by the way lebron magnanimously leaving the heat when they may have been out on the on the downside at going to cleveland who already had kyri who then had the draft capital to go. Get him kevin. Love is not exactly like him saying. I'm going to a place where i can't win. He waited until cleveland was in a position where who went with him. They went -sition. You didn't wanna.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Do not have freedom of religion in this country. We are losing our freedom to practice religion every single day. We're losing it even in the language that we use barack obama did this very adeptly. He changed the popular phrase from freedom of religion to freedom to worship. And it sounds like it's a subtle shift. I guess it is subtle. But it's significant. Religion is something that affects your life you do. Religion religion is not a private affair. Religion is something you do in public with people. Not just a church on sundays but every single day of the week you have a private spiritual life when you say your prayers at night or you go into your closet to prayer to pray but you also live your faith publicly and what the left says is no you have the freedom maybe to go to church on sunday. Maybe but actually during the epidemic. We're gonna shut those but look you stop the freedom to close your eyes and pray quietly in your own head as long as it doesn't affect anybody and you're not allowed to continue to practice your faith when you for instance run your cake shop. You're not allowed to continue to practice your faith when you go to your place of employment or when you take role in the government By now that joe biden is because he's so clearly violating his own faith the bishops have to decide or are we going to permit joe biden to scandalously flout the faith and eat what we hold to be the literal body of our lord while he is in a state of unworthiness and unrepentant mortal sin. Or we're gonna stand up and defend it. Well if you defend it folks were coming after yet because we have state established church in this country it is the state established church of secular progressivism. It has its own liturgical calendar. It's got its own secular saints. It's got its own feast as a new day called juneteenth. There's a liturgical month. It's called pride month. Were at right now. And by the way this will have public demands this will have an actual caste system which we're seeing increasingly with the development of critical race theory with the castigation white men as the bane of all evil on earth you know. Aoc so magnanimously is willing to acknowledge. Okay maybe wait. My white men occasionally do something. That's okay but really. I mean we should expect pure evil from them. Well a seattle. Gb t pride month called taking big black pride taking be in l. a. c. k. pride If you're if you're white you have to pay more money. They're charging a reparations fee. They ten dollars to fifty dollars to keep the event free of cost for black and brown trans and queer people pretty narrow. How many black and brown trans and queer people are there to capitol. Hill pride organizers complained and the seattle human rights commission blast human the human rights commission. What does that Blasted them on social media for complaining about charging white people more money than black people and included their unredacted phone number and at came out the human rights commission decided to docks people and put them in harm's way they got knocked. We're doing this now. You're going to see this more and more openly seeing the talk of quote unquote reparations. Which is not. it's not really referee. First of all. We've already had reparations in this country for a very long time. That's that was the entire purpose of the great society and the welfare programs was to make reparation for slavery century prior. but it's not really reparations. This wouldn't be reparations either. Because that wouldn't be the end. You're telling me that. Okay we're gonna. We're gonna have a big reparations fund and we're going to give all the black people some money that we're probably going to give other racism money. Why i don't know but that's being talked about and we're gonna give recent nigerian immigrants some money from who from just white people. How are you going to do that in the tax code. I'm not sure and okay. Let's say you do it and then we're all good right then. It's totally fine Something tells me that's not what's going to happen. This is not just being enforced. This this racial caste system is highly racial ideologies not just being enforced at the local level of some kooky. Pride parades or something. This is being enforced by the government. That's what affirmative action is at disadvantaged whites and asians and it gives advantage to two blacks and hispanics in college admissions and elsewhere also at the cultural level. There's a new movie coming out. It looks really bad. I don't wanna judge a movie by its trailer. Because i've obviously seen the movie yet and the movie. Well take a listen table. I don't want to color. your view take. Is that a politically incorrect. Dermot my lead to use that word anymore. Take a listen to the movie. Karen tell me your neighbors down. If you don't file signaled security serious. I am caring drexler. Needs to be taking a trash cans off the curb right. When the joshes picked up his she nice nice. Wait a minute. We have a white entitled neighbor named enjoy so is slaving away in the kitchen. I've come across some areas. Suspecting teenagers can you please up my wallet with my id louis lou. We didn't do anything the heck did you end up moving to this neighbor. Next thing you know we have criminals and take care of him. And i will take care of her. Would you mind stepping out of the car. My office has uncovered some disturbing information on her and her brother. She doesn't like black people rely black. I know she doesn't like karen..

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"magnanimously" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"That like start. Where they're mean mean but i but i also gave andy like ways in which i thought he could front load them with kindness shore any really asked them when the i was interested to see how you would host this because historically andy you know he rips the band aid right off and it's you know and it's like well no that's up north carolina. Who has that. And it's like i don't know but he did feel like those were these. Were you know gentle and nice but still ragged so all to say. I think a lot of footage is missing from that region knots last points will what is what was the question that you have to hear. You say that yes. I'm gonna look it up. I we're talking in graduate school. You're like favorite kardashians. What did you think of that. I always had a soft spot for chloe. I don't know why but like khloe like from the beginning khloe has always been. I don't know like the underdog who like turned it around and like you know made her own lanes. I've always had a space for for chloe of all of them we tear. She's my favorite and it really model sad when she said over the years. She's lost so much confidence based on the way people treated her. And she's got a bigger she gets dragged. Yeah i know you know. That's just. I mean you know what i think. The interesting thing about the kardashians whether you love them or you hate them. I think they are an example of They really bring out something in the culture. You know whether it's ex intense love or intense. Hey they've really kind of both of those things that exist in our in our culture you're absolutely right and i think she's made some choices and this truly isn't me dragging her just like unfortunately in kendall said like she's had trauma choices that make her appear. I'm saying i don't thinks ships person but like she's not getting rid of these men. It seems to us who the hell knows. And so i think people then she's like a punching bag or something. Yeah i just. I have such a law firm. She's wonderful he's funny isn't that's why was the funny one. She brings jokes. We need jokes. So okay one question. I did ask that i'm seeing on here was asked which is like yes. Kim you know something like the effective like you know you know the sex tape. Unfortunately which. I feel so badly for her. Like that. Just really hurts. My heart still. I have hard time that that even happened that that got out there. But i was kind of like you know arguably that did sort of contribute in this weird matrix like does away as a jumping off point like do your sister give you the credit that you are do. I don't mean about the sex tape actually just mean my her star had risen and then like are you getting your do from your sisters and she very generously and magnanimously answered it by being like i knew i'm boring basically and i needed does that one but another one i have not heard yet is kylie as your star rose if you participated less and less.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on Something Who

"And then and then. There's an i i assume it's donald cotton touch where stevens playing around with a gun at stall he says Decaf with that from my finest collection does and so this guy's got maniac has no aspirin in the tallest but collection and then spends the rest of the hundred minutes pretending that he hates guns. He's got a collection of them. So the there's some slapdash story. Editing going on that i would blame rex. Stucco akam blamed enough. So i think jerry davis davis's full jerry davis. Yeah getting to that. We've already magnanimously not talked about one problematic aspects of this production very carefully straight away from it as if. Is it too low. Brian to discuss the accents on this for this poker i should have made more precise notes again. One of the things. I always remember the stories that the actors was the best access get killed over i stagger. Roll isn't quite as simple as that. But there's an element of isn't it. Why fund baffling about the at the general standard. I think is okay. But the few bad ones are so bad. That they so distracting. Don't buy it in the way that american next can be a foreign accent is normally bad. They're just bizarre. It's like they're being developed. We've never heard an american accent. This'll back on. You would expect for somebody who knows. An american accent is become quite get married. He's being described to some other media. Donna show the cities of pizza. Grams am i is is clearly the worst the and he's like paul says the most lines in it bounces from australian to cockney to stow. No it's just the. I don't get it 'cause grown up watching american cinema. What experience if they they masten american cultures we are but at least at least william handle is consistently awful. You know what you guessing with him after a while you can sort of get by because it's consistent but the others dip in and out. I thought lawrence payne was awful. So johnny ringo. Yeah which is a shame because he's very charismatic and handsome in the role listening his name menacing and he's all over the place. Is this supposed to be anything going on in his acts like a shade of something less than mexicans. I just wanted to because of the surname used. Trying excitement this is is somebody else somebody else's in the family wanted to cast patrick trafton can you in that role. Apparently can you imagine what he's uncomfortable. The biggest bowl drop is in what should be a love. The film sequence at the end the gunfight the crowning glory of the cereal. And i think it's billy account remember the actor's name but he interrupts it kind of needs an interruption because i'm not found that film sequence at the an asshole but he send the screens. I accident is all over the place but suddenly screams. I forgive my impression but something like go get holiday. It's just it's just a shame isn't it. It's just a shame. But i knew it was coming. So it didn't detract from an overall enjoyment. Which i said i do enjoy but one of the main reasons i would never show this to someone in this in this fantasy place purports to be the ok corral tombstone arizona it it's also the that's how they speak their yes. Yeah is it took. you've just reflect on better performances. And i've got time for..

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"magnanimously" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Us earlier speaking with Tad Covic about the overwhelming of the system, the Cloward Piven Strategy, and that's exactly what they were all about. They were all about. Completely flood the welfare system and blow it up and bankrupt New York That's where they tried to do that, and it worked. That was back. Dinkins was in office that maybe that cash anyway. They learned a valuable lesson then and Barack Obama took full advantage of it. Overwhelmed the system system can't fight that He used the system's own rules with which to overwhelm it. They overwhelmed the voting system that didn't course use legit rules, but they used rules within the voting system of absentee ballots. So that's where we're at right now talking about the election fraud, but On every front right now. We? The thinking have been overwhelmed. Overwhelmed. I mean, you pick one issue and you're overwhelmed your kids. Most importantly, your kids have learned to hate you. Your kids have been taught to hate you. They hate their past. Get the president and one kid coming out of school. Let's just a very special school. But name of school where the kids are taught that the generations of the past have frittered away the present and the future. By using horrible, heinous fossil fuels. Name one. You can't name one. Do you think that doesn't have a psychological effect on these little brats? Of course it does. Listen to this. The day our elected officials hid the efficacy of I don't think this qualifies. You mean this is a sign it Z black background white print. Here's what I did post. Thank you. Becky Exit, says the Bible and the Koran. Both tell us to love one another. The Kama Sutra is a little more specific. It is ad. You get acrobat training to that's my comment on it. Bars up there on extra on the edge. Thanks for swinging on by my radio program. We are Drastically overwhelmed. They say you gotta pick your fights Got pick your battles. The two most. I'd say, overarching enemies that need to be taken down. Are the fake school system, the public indoctrination lying propaganda center, which is they called public education. Nothing could be further from the truth is public propaganda. That needs to be taken down. That's not gonna happen overnight, Not even close. Needs to be taken down. That's the most important thing going second, we can't allow anybody that doubles and race on any level to prevail. Persevere. That's it. Now there are other flavors and stripes there. Uh, I pissed off. So my friends when I say yeah. Voting integrity. Super important. I'm all for that. But no election is going to solve this. This elections aren't going to solve the two problems I just talked about. Yeah, they're important. I'm speaking at a to a rally coming up here on the 15th and my overarching message. I'm tipping my hand here is gonna be your your elected officials are not going to solve these problems. Let me have the right frame of buying. They could be with the thinking they're not solving the problem. Donald Trump couldn't solve the problem. And Donald Trump had the most right thinking mind We've seen in a long time coming down the pike. Where did Giuliani couldn't solve the problem? The thing is that the political solutions are not solutions anymore. They've been neutered. For the most part. They've been completely butcher and hack. And on the other side of that Point, if you will, they've been used against us. The most important job I've ever had Central, but that's how most of them are. You've got elected officials in Michigan running around bragging about introducing legislation that's gonna Aidan bet some kind of tax reform. As if Oh, everything that happened over here. We're not gonna look at this anymore. Well, we're just going back to a normal There is no normal. Normal's not normal anymore. It's not about getting people tax breaks. Yeah, well, that's wonderful magnet. Magnanimously, fabulous of you to get out there and work really hard in your political office. They get us a tax break somewhere. How about this? How about you work really hard to defund the education system that led us to where we're at right now. I'm just sick of the political process, and I'm not defeatist on this. Beam or tactical about it. It's time people joined me in that. There goes Derek Derek again, walking in and out of Tiger Stadium. It's really freaky. You can't know because you can't see it. The visual image screen of Derek getting up and walking in the student also banned he goes to the Tiger studio Brick stadium is what it was, but anyway, quit seriously. It's It's yes, by all means. Let's get the vote, so it counts. Well, that's good. But you have to keep in mind also that the vote has never counted. 100%. Never. When people voted in Egypt. It didn't count. It was always gamed. And in our country we've had, man you want to read about Border front. Read about the history of the Irish and Tammany Hall? Uh, read about male Mayor Daley. What happened in Chicago? Uh, so it's really good to work toward election reform and make it right. But the real solution is to somehow undermine and crush. Propaganda system that has led people to hate this country to hate their heritage date their own damn skin color. Think about that. Taught to hate your own skin. Color is if you're guilty of something we brought to you yesterday. Excuse me. There's China Murder virus kicking up up. Brought to you yesterday some crazy girl named Hostin Sunny Hostin. I think it is. She's on the view, and she was making a statement on television, A television show that Brazilian people watch That it's time to start. How did you put it? It wasn't like that. Listen, it was it was almost like we need to punish evangelicals. And that's us out here. We're Christians anyway, and Republicans, so she's going after really what she's saying. Is anybody that would vote for America First champion America first, uh, relish? The idea of a free America first is evil and the enemy. So she's on the side of Satan, so to speak. That's straight up fact whether you like it or not, it is the stupid little girl is out there talking the talk that led to the beginning nation stages of Nazi Germany. It's the same thing. That is not exaggeration..

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"magnanimously" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Trump Administration's Pandemic response And letters. The White House chief of staff Ron Clain, and acting Head of Health and Human services, Norris Cochran. Monday, Democrats on the select subcommittee of the Corona virus crisis of the panel's continuing critical investigations into 117 Congress in order to understand what went wrong over the last year determine what corrective steps are necessary to control the virus and save American lives. In other words, They're going to in that they're going to say, Although this is all Trump's fall. That's all Trump's fault, and it'll go on for the next year, right into the next election. There will be investigation over investigation after investigation and Imagine. Imagine if after Trump had been elected when Paul Ryan was the speaker of the House, Imagine if it actually taken seriously. The necessary investigation into the Obama administration's use of the Justice Department of the FBI toe have a false investigation against the Trump campaign. Imagine if they had actually investigated the Obama DOJ. And other aspects of the Obama presidency immediately afterwards, but and you know what? By the way, President Trump himself, Magnanimously said. You know what it's in the past. Let's move forward. Because because he was literally trying to unify. When asked Hillary Clinton be investigated. You said lock her up during the campaign, he said, You know what? I think she'd been through enough. Let's just move forward. Never be will move forward because he was actually, ironically, Trying to be the bigger man. And well, Look what happened. Looked exactly at what happened and look at what they're doing. Now. There's a lesson.

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"magnanimously" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"magnanimously" Discussed on 710 WOR

"City restaurants can have indoor dining at 25%, starting on Valentine's Day. Well, that saved the industry and rounding out the Big Three. The impeachment trial. Donald Trump begins next week. Well, the president has parted ways with his legal team. They didn't buy his election fraud, the fence, so we went out, hired a couple of new lawyers. I'm told that the cousin Vinny is still available if he needs himself. Well, good morning to you, Michael Riedel. What's it doing in the West Village? It Z o knowing a little bit out here on long. I enjoy yourself out there. Yeah, There's I would call it a little bit more than a light dusting couple of inches out here is very pretty. Looking out. I went down. Had a pick something up. That was left from my for me yesterday, and the doorman was shoveling snow. So I helped him a little bit there and help him. You help stuff going on, and I want to see something. I want to see some video of that. Yes, sir. Yeah. I mean, I gave him some Encouragement. Right. You said you missed a spot, buddy. That Z s o. You know what? You know, Hunker down here, bracing for the worst. We'll see what happens. You know what's gonna get pretty bad. We're gonna have reports all throughout the morning. We'll have, uh, the county commissioners of Nassau County West. Just Farrell of the New York City sanitation chief. We'd like to hear from you, and if you want to tell us what's going on in your area. You can always call us throughout the morning, 803 2107 said. If you got pictures of videos, you want to show us what's going on here. You you can post them at our Twitter handle at when Michael W. O R. Um, I missed you on Friday. Michael. I was out for the day. But I did listen to the podcast. I mean, I was It was a gripping show, uh on and I thought the highlight for me. Was when you and, uh Joe participated in tag team trivia. I wasn't there. And of course, because I wasn't there. Michael was able to win one. So does that count the official standings If I'm not there? And you win one. I don't think that should count. Here's the thing I got to say, at least lend when you're with me playing tag team trivia. You really try? You know, you try to Google without a scene, those kind of things but you're trying. I don't do that. You may Barlett. Natalie Bartlett didn't give as they say in England a toss. He's like whatever you hear this party when he said help me. I'm just folded out here, Glen. I'll be out here. I'm wondering, Could not care less about tanking pretty no. Glad you do not lend you an answer. I don't know You're not good at it. You can't answer questions. If you were filling in for Michael, I have a feeling it would have been different. I think you're like it's Len. Yeah, exactly. We could lose one We could give you obviously think so, By the way, admitting it By the way, you would have stood no chance to win if I was here, because the toss up question I would have known in half a second, because that's a big song In my house. It was the lyrics from Let it be. And that's a big song in my house because my kids once wrote a version of that cold Lenny be for one of my birthday, so we've way sweet. He would have stood no chance So you should be happy I wasn't here. So we'll let that one count in your win column. So there you go. And do you know the colors of the rainbow? Yeah, sure. G Bibb. That's seven letters. Oh, yeah, right. Yeah. Well, let me tell you, Roland. Hello. Me Now. I know it. Who doesn't know Roy G bib. But there were $7 for the way. They did know Bartlet. For what? Unbelievable. Do you think Joe knows anything about Indigo? Come on, please, man. Well, I was surprised you do because there was no fuchsia, Michael. So oh, Joe thinks him to go road with the pile, Right? So, Natalie, you caught a break today? So you you stayed overnight, So you didn't have to fight the traffic with you probably would have gotten in okay today because I think there's a little there was a little bit of a low here and there but I think it's going to pick up later and you do stand no chance of getting home tonight. No, I don't think I'm going toe even attempt to I mean, the roads are not even Had great Now it's not a day to be out on the road. If you could stay home. It is absolutely the best thing to do. They're going to be at the four seasons. Yeah, Have the forces is where the company puts me up. That's it. That's it. That's our company. Had a massage last night was great. But you really Bob put her up in a homeless shelter. The master, you know, it's a very fine hotel. But seriously, this is the kind of day where the The road. You're just never going to get down to a black top. You're gonna constantly battling, you know the snow never going to be able to keep up with cleaning it, So just stay home. We'll have everything for you here. Natalie had a lot. I hard people were at the bar last night. Well, this tonight tonight It's going to be rock and sorry you missed okay? Yeah, we already talked about that. I'll swing by really, of course. It is not nice to the company to pick up the tab for everybody at the bar. Yeah, they don't get picked up the bar tab, But can you expense Can you expect Have you ever tried to experience the bar tab? Yeah. That'll work. Yeah, well, Billy Len would do it. I would do it. Like I said, I've got it for everybody. I would say I've got it for everybody that I would put it on the expense account. You remember the time we were going down to Florida and we were we were delayed there at JFK. So we had sushi, the sushi place of JFK when you could eat in a restaurant in the airport, and Len Magnanimously said, I got this and then you know that's it. Of course, I believe that that's that's really Can you believe that show? I mean to say you got this? I got it's on me. Then the expense it believable and they actually fought it for a while. They said. What is a lot of buddy for a little while? We're stuck all afternoon? Actually, just looking at some of the snow totals coming in, and they have 18 to 24, Of course, by my house. That is an incredible amount of snow. I mean, this is not Just a 3 to 5 inches. I mean, people really have to take this seriously. I just got email. You know, we want to hear from you. I got an email from Chris and West Milford. He says they're expecting 2 ft. There and he says, that's just above where Natalie lives. So you're gonna get the same feat that zombie ask it. Let me ask you now. Don't you worry about your roof. All that snow on your roof doesn't collapse the roof for something. Thankfully, I had a new roof Put on recently selects it. Hopefully the rueful the fine. No, I've never worried about my route. But thank you for putting that in my head now. Thank you. I mean, if you got like 75 Ft of Snow on your roof. It might cave in cave in, right, Michael have to climb. Does Chris have to climb up there and shovel it off? No. Hell, I'll help. I'll send Sam up there to do it instead. That's for Dad. Lee. That's a reason stuck in the city all day. That's your daughter's birthday today. Yeah, you can. You can't catch a break that look, that's you know what? Hey, she's on campus of Seton Hall. My husband's home. I'm here so good. We'll meet up on zoom like everybody else does. Hey, you know, we missed the Big Four. There's a big four story is Michael's big echo cardiograms today that he spent four hours talking about on Friday. Yes. Yes, it is. 12. 30 worried Michael. It's a nothing test. There's no invasive. It's not in evasive test they rub of Ah sonar device over your chest. I mean, big deal. If you can't live here, you don't have those test If you're healthy, I mean, something's wrong with this guy's you exactly. I've had those for for years now. Really? But I'm still here so far. Apparently, gel is involved, but it's cold Jell O..

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