17 Burst results for "Meloy"
"meloy" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"The full skeleton in any case, marshes vanity is deeply bruised by that. And it is on from that point on. He considers COPA bitter enemy copes already mad at him for his sneaky deal with the New Jersey fossil quarry begun. These bone wars have have you ever had a rival in your field? Do you consider everyone indie rock your rival? No, but there are definitely some rivals some people. You know, I think in most cases all of my rivals have bested me 'cause you never think of your rival as being someone that you're always likes like being better than these. I don't right? Yeah. Exactly. It's just like I, I was very surprised to find out how many people for how many people I am there jeopardy nemesis. Right. Because they are not mind but you don't have one not reciprocal. But like my, my primary music rival was always calling Malloy, from December, we had, we got our start kind of at the same time, and then his career, you know, there was there was a little period there, where we were we would play in Portland and open for them, and they would plan Seattle and open for us, and it seemed like oh, we're friend bands and we're doing Ren band things. And then they got famous and rich than we just went to war with one another in the friendliest way possible. It's something you do notice on any segment of showed his Twitter or showbiz social media that people are Ginuwine -ly unhappy. It's universally. Known that everyone is genuinely happy when something good happens to anyone else in their field. Everyone's aware of what an awful look, this is like an upside of social media is that you really have to put on some performance. That's great. Hey. And it's probably good for people to exercise those muscles, you know, because if you do smile and say, gracious, things that, that must sink in, at some point, even if it's deeply opposed to your awful venal first impulse, which is that clearly should have happened to me, the protagonist of reality to call them. Malloy. What's crazy about those kinds of rivalries is these days, we're much more able to, I mean, although Instagram and those things present this idealized world, and you can have at least for me, like I see little moments of success in my friends and go damn, why am I not able to rent a house in Switzerland for a year to sit and think deep thoughts? But then, you know that that's you know that they're also having a hard time you know they're struggling in. Life is hard for everybody. And if nothing else somebody at that level has just picked, somebody one tear up to be like, why am I still flying commercial, you know, like, why am I, not at this level, and it doesn't matter. People do people idealize my life, and I living within it walk around in a cloud all the time. So I don't think anybody has better or worse really than anyone else. It's just like how you live in your mind. It appears to have really messed up these two gentlemen. Like I assume you're, you're friendly, joshing with Colin Meloy does not actually keep you up nights end with you dead in the ditch and I- routinely. Kill one another pets. Mail them to the front doors of our homes. I mean, that's kind of what happened with Marshon cope because at the worst possible time as their relationship is souring suddenly, a massive fossil bed is discovered in the American west Colorado school teacher tells Marsh. Hey, you know what I what I've also to our prominence enough in their fields that they are the earliest to hear about this great. Discover their absolutely at the head of their field and marshes the earliest to here and he of course pays the guy one hundred dollars. Hey, don't tell Edward cope, my enemy. Are they doing other things on the side to be enemies with one another? Or was it all just this one kind of is it all this dirty deal drying, face, and one of them did one of them, like flirt with another one's girlfriend or something almost all the squabbles appear to be professional, but it's really in every arena of the nineteenth century, paleontologists life. These guys are squabbling once Marsh. Gets in ahead of cope at this new, Wyoming. Fossil grounds. Cope, obviously finds out and starts digging.
"meloy" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
"Hey, can you see a disgusting water? That's me. Kitchen's nice, again the scene there the distance, it's a plate and it's clean. I know what do I may be dirty, but play Willie? We be my. Will you be my? Why would I be? Don. What you mean? How water bottle here, still dirty and disgusting look a cop, and it's clear. I know what I'll say. Hey cop. No. Will you be my? We. The cover today. Accumbens. Hey cleanline- kitchen oughta be I hate to. But. Mostly. I know you me. Disgusting. Some of the time. But I don't like this kitchen. Seen kitchen friends, keep kitchen me..
"meloy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Mcwethy man died after a shooting in Tampa. Mosque it happened just after midnight at the Islamic society of Tampa Bay. Deputies say the shooter and the victim knew each other, and it just worshipped at the mosque they have the shooter, but say he does not face charges. Yet transit authorities around the state could meet to discuss how to keep bus drivers safer after the stabbing death of a driver as he drove his bus in Tampa Saturday. The driver who died had complained in a public meeting last December. That officials had not taken safety concerns. Seriously enough. Those Barat area, regional transit or Hart says it tested a protective barrier to isolate it drivers from passengers. Some of the operators did not. They felt a little bit confined by that, that they were boxed in and they didn't feel comfortable on it. Almost created an additional hazard, as Colin Meloy, heart director, of safety, and security, heart says it plans a statewide symposium on safety issues migrants from the Mexico border will not come to Florida after all, governor descent has called the White House after hearing officials in Palmerston Broward County say that homeland security had told him that planeloads of migrants would come beginning this week. But the president promised to send us that would not happen. That's to Santa, speaking Durell yesterday acting homeland security secretary, Kevin McLean, acknowledged that federal officials did tell local leaders, they would fly migrants to the to south Florida counties, but now says it would not be an effective use of government resources. No. You have not imagined it. We do have more love bugs this year, experts playmate wetter and milder than usual winter and say, so many wind up smashing into cars, because automobile exhaust and heat attract them with Florida's news. I'm John.
"meloy" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Radio. WFL a above average highs all this week today ninety two and a ten percent rain chance seventy five degrees right now at NewsRadio WFL a, a shooting in the parking lot of a Tampa mosque killed a man who worshiped there, and the sheriff's office has a fellow worshipper pulled the trigger the fatal bullets flew just after midnight at the Islamic society of Tampa Bay on sly avenue. Both men had attended a service at the mosques just before the shooting, an off-duty Hillsborough county, deputy working security heard the gunshots had got to the scene to find the shooter still holding the gun. He does not face charges yet, and has cooperated with detectives be sheriff's office says it does what it can heap houses of worship safe. There's a lot of police presence here, even prior to the shoot and over the last several months in lieu of everything going on around the country, and in the nation, we encourage our deputies to get out here to the different places at various people worship right there reports sitting area. Is that a close by be visible? So the public and see us major Frank low set there. Do you feel safe riding public buses? One driver told the public meeting back in December that he did not with good reason turns out because police say that forty six year old Thomas Dunne died Saturday when a passenger stabbed into death. The transit authority, heart says it tested a protective barrier on buses that might keep drivers safe from passengers, but drivers didn't like them. But in light of this, horrible tragedy, we need to take a deeper. Look, we need to have three hundred sixty view of how we really make sure that we keep that safety and security. That's Colin Meloy hearts, director of safety insecurity, heart plans, its imposing with other transportation agencies in the state to look for ways to keep drivers and passengers safer. The man accused of killing done as the bus drove down Nebraska avenue, thirty five year old Justin McGriff faces a first degree murder charge. It appears Florida will not get the influx of migrants that to Florida counties had said border patrol agents worn them. Would come governor desanta talked to President Trump and got his assurance that he would not send thousands of people detained at the US Mexico border to Broward and Palm Beach counties to relieve overcrowding at border facilities. The news gives relief to the mayor of West Palm Beach, Keith James bombing freeway. Relieve army because just the numbers of they're talking about this scale the ramp up to provide people would food water shelter clothing. Homeland.
"meloy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Please does this shows hockey coverage amount to did you see what happened in hockey last night? How 'bout that? Is that how we cover hockey around here? If that happened in on hall or basketball all the rules would end up changing their you'd have what happened with Sean Payton, you know, echoing throughout ESPN and throughout the workweek. I mean, it's a game seven you're up three nothing. I guess about halfway through the third period. Roy. Yeah. Ninety nine point nine percent of the time that game is over five minute. Major three goals. Go to overtime now. People would say, hey, foregoes. I'm sorry. Five minute. Major four goals. You still gotta stop you. Give up a goal. You can't give a four goals down guy. You know? This was a blueprint match for the San Jose Sharks. Joe Thornton's been there for a long time. No cups this show. For Gerard Galant was doing a great job leading the biggest Golden Knights. Remember, he got left at the airport one time. And there's after they fired. And do you have the most upset or job you've ever felt by a referee? You know, do you? Remember, can you tell us what that time was. I don't know off the top of my head. Yeah. Well, I do. Yeah. As a matter of fact, so we were my first year in Orlando. So it would have been a two thousand eight playoffs and we had lost our first two games in Detroit. And we we come home. We win gained three. We've got a chance to to win game four, and we get a block charge. Call late in a game Turkoglu goes to the basket, and we had to referee raise the hand with the fist up. So he's going to call the foul on them. And then solidified the hand right behind his head in called the charge. Just sorta changed his mind here in mid motion. Yeah. That one that went upset me a little bit for Joey Crawford. I'm not I'm not going to give a name. Guy. Still an active official brothers. He might. Tell you. Chris find out who the officials were for that game. He's given us enough information will smear all of them instead of just one of them. And here's Ed Meloy being famously bad down by one hundred ninety eight inbound the love the left side, one gentleman up to the shot blocked by Marian ball arms up down the bear. Go horn sounds of the ball game as offer the timber wolves are screaming for a foul. There was none called Rubio off to love. That is unbelievable. Referees are booed as they go off the floor. David Guthrie is right there. He never guts to call. It. Also. Was it him was humorless Molloy's, Dan? I am not saying Steve Javadi that look. Referee saved. It was him. Larry. That's hilarious clip. I'd never heard that. All right. So what are we doing here? What's this list from of the worst movies ever made? Are we doing the top seventeen top ten? What are we doing? I mean, it's up to you. Jim Cada was seventeen. So I have the list for maximum here. If you wanna go seventeen let's do this. Are you ready? These things seventeen worst movies of all time in two thousand and two on this list was put up on maxim magazine. Okay. No. Oh, no kill you. Don't have a movie from the last seventeen years on here, that's a flawed wisdom while you guys you really up to date on your stuff here. That's great work from rancor dot com. But it does not include Inkatha. So we're going to go with the list. Two thousand two from maxim magazine. Sure, sure. Because you've got a lot of audience out there that were like five and six wait a minute..
"meloy" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"For me. Boy. As we brought in Jimmy jeez. Only handsome when here Tom is this year. That's it. I'm done with tomatoes been I swear sugar for me. He's said to his I I never watched a single who's a northern Illinois game. I just walked in the room. And I was like drafting you Garoppolo eight three he came to like run like the the registration paper the cop out seconds. Like, wait a minute. Let see bathroom this way boats ex like wait a minute. I got I got restroom. Wow. Go belly. Raging homosexual big time gay Football Board legend. Manso? I can't wait to write the the description for this cook, Colleen whether it's gay out for lawyer Malloy. What's biggest that was? Gay community in the lawyer Meloy community just flocked to the same community out. Imagine who doesn't like lawyer Malloy. I've yet to meet a person who did not like loyally. Wow. That's yeah. Bill check retires. He just going to be like a draft consultant. What do you think about this guy? I wouldn't fuck him. Don't try to. It does cheekbones. What about him second base? You bring him home to. Lim feel me up with the now. Nothing more. Wow. Now. So. Yeah, eighty you're Ben Simmons, which when you get. Seven is much more attractive. The same football. Maybe it's a point maybe need, some some uglies and bass. Yeah. No. I don't know Ben's ever going to be as good as Anthony Davis is right now. And that's no knock on Ben Simmons on Opie going to be angry about that. But I don't know if there have been ten people in the history of this league, honest that have been as good as Andy Davis his right now. And now, I guess today during this whole conversation Bill Simmons said that Anthony Davis like casually just called the best power forward of all time. And I didn't see many people like get mad at it. They just kept bringing up that. He said that. I see anyone being like, no, that's crazy. Everyone's kinda just like that makes sense. He's he was best or most talented. They just best like he didn't say like made a point of just like Senate in housing like if you could trade for the best power Ford of all time, you just do it kinda thing..
"meloy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Drew's open wide and say. Warren's yvonne. My friends Sam Harris fan, he has a write music podcast right now journalists Matt something that his name. And he's a guy that covered the financial crisis and stuff and everything that I've been trying to articulate about my concerns about journalism and things he he just he's deep ended up presenting and he articulated everything perfectly that I thought that I was concerned about and and I mentioned part of it too yesterday. When I said that, you know, journalists were go after people will report things that are there being alleged. They are exonerated court. And then there's no follow up. No. And people's lives are ruined because of something that shows up on the newspaper and journalists have no liability no concern about but he talks about how how the Ellen Meloy while we're talking about this limit limit proposed. What I want people call about. I wanted them to call about whether or not Donald Trump has an influence over your midterm vote. And if he has an influence, how does Donald Trump have an influence on your midterm vote? And if so tell me how eight hundred two two two five to to give me a call is Donald Trump? Make you go to the poll is he making you stay away from poll is he making you vote for somebody who supports his policy is he making vote for somebody that is categorically against this policy. Change your vote since the last election is Donald Trump figuring into the midterm election for you eight hundred two two five two two two. But when he talked about in great detail this guy talking to Sam Harris was about how the evolution. Of the news being something the sort of was brought into sort of a nightly forum by by a relationship between the government, and the and the press the press became just this commercial enterprise where they had to fill so much that it became like a reality show. And he was saying how he was covering the Republican campaign. He was like, oh my God. This this is exactly this is going to kill because this is what we've done to the process like Donald Trump is the perfect thing for what the and then, of course, the press gets addicted to him and his shenanigans. Yeah. And he's playing a perfectly the way this guy the way this guy sort of explains it, and I thought boy, it's just a I'm gonna I'm gonna let's do it again because it was packed full really history about how we got here. And then, you know, that's my kind of what I'm thinking all the time. It's our God, we get we get here. And he he talks about it. And he he's concerned. And he doesn't know if we could go back because we consume so much media so much news. We used to consume apparently like a half hour. Our day or something we read like two or three stories day in a newspaper. Now, I mean, five hours weeds, and this and that and stepped up before bed, and how much of it is actually consumed to how much of his just in the in the vapors here. You're right. But all of it is sort of were saturated in it rather than being something sort of presented to us in an objective way. And and he said, you know, the one where you get we're gonna move back to the bullet train people want to talk about that. But I'll get to that a second. But let's just get right to that caliber Caleb. There. You are Caleb. I work in construction I live in the bay area. And I heard you talking about the cost of the the bullet train, and it got me thinking about the budget. And you mentioned it was between sixty and a hundred million. Is that right? This whole yen billion sorry hundred billion. Sorry. Makes you laugh 'cause you can't believe it. Well, I got to experience the whole area bridge project as well. And and saw the cost overruns and schedule overruns on that project. And I I just cringe every time I think about this bullet train project, and and there's no way they'll come. They never even get close to their estimated budgets. It's always I would say it's probably if there s meeting a hundred billion at the top end, it's probably going to reach a hundred and forty in Merle, how long it's gonna take to actually get done. Yeah. There's no way to meet that. Because public works projects are nightmare and working insurance construction in the bay area. I know how crazy against and there's there's just not enough people to do these projects and. And they're they're going to be bringing them in from out of state, and there's going to be people who really don't care about the state working on the project, and they'll they'll be people actually sabotaging things on the project. It'll just it'll become a nightmare. I just cringe thinking about it. But is it like every government operation that just no competition? There's no checks and balances the no consequences. There's no not the private sector market forces at work. Correct. And you've got you've got a lot of people in the public sector that are completely protected and they're not accountable for the way, they act they come onto the construction sites and just a lot of them are egomaniac. And and you can't. I'll be honest, but every government funded situation, though is where that stuff runs amok with. Thank you so much. Appreciate your thoughts on this at eight hundred two two two five to to do the question. I'm asking listeners does Mr. Trump affect your behavior your vote when you whether you vote, and what's your voting for in the midterm elections. Dr Drew's.
"meloy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Here's a podcast journalists, Matt something, and he's a guy that covered the financial crisis and stuff and everything that I've been trying to articulate about concerns about journalism and things he he just he's deep it presenting. And he articulated everything perfectly that I thought that I was concerned about and and I mentioned part of it too yesterday. When I said that journalists were go after people will report things that are there being alleged. They are exonerated court. And then there's no follow up and people's lives are ruined because of something that shows up on the newspaper and journalists have no liability. No concerned about it. But he talks about how how the Ellen Meloy while we're talking about this limit limit proposed. What I want people to call in about. I wanted them to call about whether or not Don Trump has an influence over your midterm vote. And if he has an influence, how does Donald Trump have an influence on your midterm vote? And if so. Tell me how eight hundred two two two five two two two Nicole is Donald Trump. Make you go to the poll is he making you stay away from poll is he make you vote for somebody who supports his policy is he making vote for somebody that is categorically against this policy. Changes your vote since the last election is Donald Trump figuring into the mid term election for you eight hundred two two five two two two. But what he talked about a great detail. This guy talking to Sam Harris was about how the evolution of the news being something that sort of brought into sort of a nightly forum by by a relationship between the government, and the and the press for the press became just this commercial enterprise where they had to fill so much that it became like a reality show. And he was saying how he was covering the Republican campaign. He was like, oh my God. This this is exactly I this is gonna kill because this is what we've done to the process like Donald Trump is the perfect thing for what the. And then of course, Chris gets addicted to him. Shenanigans. And he's playing a perfectly the way this guy the way this guy sort of explains it. And I thought boy it's just a I'm gonna re let's do it again. Because it was packed full really absorb ideas in history about how we got here. And then you know, that's my kind of what I'm thinking. God we get we get here. And he he talks about it. And he he's concerned. And he doesn't know if we could go back because we consume so much media so much news. We used to consume apparently like a half hour a day or something would read like two or three stories a day in a newspaper. Now, I mean, five hours on this. And that and wake up before bed at how much of it is actually consumed how much of just in the in the vapors here. You're right. But all of it is sort of a were saturated in it rather than being something sort of presented to us in an objective way. And of he said, you know, the one way you get we're gonna move back to the bull trained people want talk about that again. But I'll get to that a second. But let's just get right to that caliber Caleb. There. You are Caleb. I work in construction I live in the bay area. And I heard you talking about the cost of the the bullet train. It got me thinking about the budget. And you mentioned it was between sixteen hundred million. Is that right? Billion sorry hundred billion. Happily. Sorry. You laugh because you can't believe it. Well, I got to experience the whole area bridge project as well. And and saw the cost overruns and schedule overruns on that project. And I I just cringe every time I think about this bullet train project, and and there's no way they'll come. They never even get close to their estimated budgets. It's always I would say it's probably if they're admitting one hundred billion at the top end, it's probably going to reach one hundred and forty in how long it's gonna take to actually get done. Yeah. There's no way to estimate that because public works projects nightmare and working in construction in the bay area know, how crazy you get. And there's there's just not enough people to do these projects, and and they're going to be bringing them in from out of state, and there's going to be people who really don't care about the state working on the project, and they'll they'll be people actually sabotaging things on the project. It'll just it'll become a nightmare. I just cringe thinking about it is it like every government operation. There's just no competition. There's no checks and balances that no consequences. There's no not the private sector market forces at work. Correct. And you've got you've got a lot of people in the public sector that are completely protected and they're not accountable for the way, they act they come onto the construction sites. Egomania, and and you can't sign every I'll be honest every government funded situation that was where that stuff runs amok. But thank you so much. Appreciate your thoughts on this at eight hundred two two two five to to do the question. I'm asking listeners does Mr. Trump affect your behavior your vote when you whether you vote on what you're voting for in the midterm election. Eight hundred two two two five two two two savannah. Dr drew midday live. Dr.
"meloy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The story and I know what my initial, reaction was but my initial reaction was wrong and makes me a, bad person but you realize that which makes you, good person which makes this, feature self-serving which makes you. A bad The, whole double triple rivers switcheroo And it gets to what. Jokes, we, shouldn't, make any more knock knock. Knock knock jokes should be banned I son says a joke shop. At his room all the time he's got a little desk in a jar to put, money in and stuff like that and he's always wanted people. To come by. The joke shop I would absolutely you pay. For a joke. From your. Kid oh my God that's great Anyway This, joke we shouldn't make any, more but, I I was happy when I heard this and it makes me bad. Person, Larry. Nassar do you remember him the doctor for all the. Gymnasts oh. Yeah, yo Mike Terrible. Victimize a rapist he was attacked. In prison the other day. According to his. Lawyer within hours, of being released into. The general population he. Was attacked and some sexual components to and that gets to. The jokes we probably, should, make any more my initial reaction was good I hate him he's a, scumbag, whatever happens to, him he has come, Ben I thought. About this article read in. The New, York Times it actually had belief Tim the lawyer tweeted out about should. We, continue. To make jokes about prison rape common joke old don't. Drop, the. Soap, whatever The the, idea being that you, know Extralegal punishment beyond what we've. All agreed to in the, legislative process, it's perfectly okay with us vigilante violence right in. Prison is just what you have common if you go to. Prison, and I don't agree with that well, I don't want to steal your thunder but the New York Times had a video feature of with a Gente who had passed some bad checks and. Ended up in prison has bad thing. You ought to be punished for that But. He was not a terribly, big tough, guy and he was raped systematically and repeatedly and. Anytime he resisted he was beaten brutally so are we okay. With, the no sexual torture of American citizens, because they did something wrong in the government for people who are really bad guys this alert like this Larry Nassar we ha- we came up with. What the penalty is for his crime I'm less concerned about him that. I am, about but, just in general my biggest. Fear about going, to prison now it's pretty unlikely I have a plan but go ahead especially at this point. In my life but you shouldn't have to navigate the waters of sexual deviance or or racial. Gangs you shouldn't even have to worry about that, whatever crime I committed I got sentenced to now I'm going to be in. Jail, when I you. Know I'm, I'm denied my freedom that's the punishment but I shouldn't have to figure out how to side with a with, a white supremacist gang. So I don't get killed by the Hispanics or end up being sexed up all the time if I'm not tough enough to fight them off that. Shouldn't be part of. The prison experience to worry about that at all well the racial stuff good luck Is there a hell of a lot of gang bangers in prison and you don't. See a lot of like Benetton Ed style gangs with people from it's not like the jets. And the what do you call it from west, side story sharks sharks exactly thank you when you're a jet you're a general. The, way that's a. Good point Anyway. That's never? Gonna. End I. Mean they might diminish, the power have to worry about that in prison Now. You're right but and you certainly shouldn't get raped because you were whatever crime you, committed passing bad checks. You got, caught up in the drug thing and sold somebody some method center Yeah Is it funny to make? Jokes I really dislike political, correctness which could really honestly be defined as Somebody else's definition, of rude which I find too picky There is some of that stuff going around. That's just an absurdity, you social Justice warriors are hilarious on the other hand this one I was. I could not come up with a very good counterargument I know a. Lot of you are going, to, Email, us harsh FM. They deserve what they get blah blah, follow, the law you don't have to. Worry about Obama blah but that's not a, counter argument I certainly would never consider, myself politically correct. But I'm not gonna call certain t-shirts wife beater anymore once it. Was pointed out to me that that's it's a warrant that one doesn't bother me, as much. As it seems to us is pro, war certain governments it's like Elect Nicole said there's not a jacket you, call the. Pet molester It's because I, haven't finished designing it yet It's made a for Okay well. Let's not get distracted the wife. Beater thing to me that's a comment on the sort of guy who. Walks around wearing, one and to me it's a condemnation of But I think too much. So yeah I think most people use it casually so I'll be quiet. But back to, the prison rape thing It is a widely made joke Yeah very common is it People, joking about what they fear which is a huge part. Of what humor is her it's a way. It's like the same reason, young. People really love horror movies they get to confront what they fear in a safe environment. That's, often with. Humor does And I don't want to outlaw it's you. Know That's one of the utopian social Justice warrior things that thinks, incredibly unhealthy You know when, I, was a youngster oh quick, aside when, I was a hold off Gladys Gladys was about the, play. The heart and you gave her the old head fake a hurry flexible so I'm going to, a concert. Show this weekend going to see one. Of my favorite bands the December I think the great some musical combo that's exactly the, right there are a rock and roll combo the rock and roll singers. And and they're doing this thing before the show it's supposed to be. They play a couple of, songs for for people with too much money you bought a special pass which Judy and I did because we love the way it's, supposed to be a, question answer than they. Play a couple of songs but the lead, singer Colin Meloy is genius his his throat is wearing, out. Because, he's I think he's in his, early forties. And trust me dude yeah you're part start to give out, but anyway so they've changed it, from the original. Format to December STS carry yoki where you can say. I wanna sing this song in the band will play it and you Can sing it while that's a great idea more fans should do. That you'd make a lot of money doing that and I want to. So bad but I'm super, nervous about the idea anyway so I'm thinking well I want to look cool so I decided not to shave I am now at, the point in my, life when if I. Have three days growth of beard three days, growth the stubble I don't look like a cool rock, and. Roll, guy I look like a homeless, old guy. I'd like a look down on his luck I look like, an old guy who's in a, home or they. Don't take very good care you what there's too much Great my beard I've lost this double card I can't play. This double card anymore yeah Anyway where were we yes prison. Rape Yeah it's hard to come. Up with. The defense. For their joke? It's, terrible joke I won't make it. Anymore probably got admit the guy that committed a crime against my family wants. Prison, I my my hope was that he would have a bad. Time in prison And certain people in law enforcement suggested to me that that might. Be the case because of the sort of person he has desire for vengeance Yeah Overweight, my, yeah it is naturally I. Should I guess I should give my pets off a pass for. That he did own. Children so it's one of the points, actually Joe Goldberg's fabulous book something or other Moby, Dick but that's not the way the system's supposed to where we have our instincts and then we have our civilized. Selves and. Right, yeah. 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"meloy" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Go in there, and gamble, you can't get a. Freaking room for under four. Hundred. Bucks four hundred dollars telling you well you could stay down the hall down the street. At a little hotel or. Whatever but it. Will last time. I, went to Vegas rooms are expensive high the days. Of cheap to get no those are over, I don't know what's going on anyway Destination this. Is Trump's America that's right yeah so anyway but we went to see the December because we have more money than sense we, bought this extra special ticket package where you got. To go, to see part of the sound check in the afternoon now is that a, thing now that people do it seems like a great. Idea yeah it's becoming increasingly calmer. Times in my life I would have, given donated plasma to come share the. Money to see a sound check as some of my favorite, band right give up kidney. Well, and so in the there are other silly benefits to it but you know as, a musician and. Guys played a lot of shows and stuff I thought, wow that'd be really cool I. Want, to go see. That and it was really crazy cool At one point Colin Meloy who's the leader of, the bandy said we, haven't played the song for a really long time so bear with us and they were going through this long complex, song and working out parts in the at. One point he was confirmed with the bass player Nelson e flat and yeah yeah right. And, it was just how many people were watching. That, paid for the teen of us, awesome right repress straight. Up against the stage. And and. And. They said, as many pictures and videos as you want have fun and so the working. Out this song which was crazy cool but so anyway part of what we got was a q. and a. with the. Ban, question answer with the band but his voices ragged? Out from doing too many. Shows, and so they changed that from question and. Answer to December's karaoke where if you want you can tell them what song you wanna sing and go up on stage. And. Sing that song with, the band the full band playing also a great idea I. Think other bands, ought to do this since you can't make money selling music anymore, no that, that's, a way to make. Your money well touring is how you make money but that's. Extra You. Know, that's a few a few hundred bucks Chester. Certainly, does it have to be one, of their songs Take care of business You know Bob, Seger's turn the page That would now so this. This one gal volunteered, to do it and then I said can I can I can I and so got up on stage with Judy videotaping on the phone and sang one of. My favorite, December songs with the band And I've. Played many, many shows in front of many many people way. I mean, really really big. Crowds I was more nervous, than I've ever been. Because music well these. Guys are kind of musical here's of of mine in. There, it's an incredibly musical band I mean they're great judging you or I didn't wanna suck. I mean, I'm a musician I'm not a great. Musician but I'm a, musician I did wanna song did you look back to their rolling their eyes or no actually they're smiling and nodding went very well judy's very happy with it I should've told you what song It doesn't matter but I was walking up on stage said. Of the tour manager this go better if I could work up a single drop of spit because my mouth. Had gone completely dry and he got me about a wondering what is that, anthropologically when you're nervous. You got no. Spit I don't, know good one. Anyway, it went on yeah bands should. Really. Start doing this yeah so lots of people would pay money to do. The Marshal's yet news coming up and I assume it will be something good, with maybe some Trump. Or something in. The latest on, the firing of. Looters, I hope yeah the shooting of. Looters. Were all for that on the Armstrong and Getty show Hi it's. Mark Mason wow we have. Had some incredible home appreciation over the last several, years Ben terrific for those who own a home and there's more good news for you, the forecast for the, local housing market is continued appreciation in two thousand eighteen so. Hold onto that home and for those..
"meloy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Minutes Could save you fifteen, percents or more The Armstrong and Getty show So ready Giuliani is lamb he's on all. The shows all the time I'm not sure that does Trump any good other than the story and makes people. Reset what we're talking about but He said something this morning it's getting a. Fair amount of tension in the you. Know Trump's ring. America, crowd so stay tuned for that boy Rudy is. Not shy about getting on the air and, just talking and talking and talking I. Just I don't think it. Helps I don't know well we'll talk about. That in a couple of minutes so I had one of the great exciting super cool experiences of of recent. Memory Over the weekend I Judy are. Super into this band from Portland called the December assists and, the turned on by my. Son, to their their tuneful nece and they're playing shows, around the west right now, and we we're. Going to thinking of going to see him in bend, were deco lives but ended up. Seeing, them up in. South Lake Tahoe got a room at. The casino I remember when. Casino rooms were cheap so you'd go in there, and gamble, you can get a. Freaking room for under four. Hundred. Bucks four hundred dollars telling you well you can stay down the hall down the street. A little hotel or whatever but it. Will last time. I, went to Vegas rooms are expensive high the days. Of cheap to get no those are over, I don't know what's going on anyway Vacation destination this is Trump's America that's right, yeah so anyway but we went to see the December, Ston because we have more money than sense we bought this extra special ticket package where you got to go to see, part of the sound check in the afternoon now is that a thing. Now? That people do it seems like a. Great idea yeah I recently times in my life I would have given the donated plasma to caution the money to see a sound check some of my favorite band right give up kidney. Well and, so in the there are other silly benefits to it but you know as, a musician and guys played a lot of shows and. Stuff I thought wow that'd be. Really cool I want to go see, that and it was really crazy cool. At one point Colin Meloy he's leader of the bandy said, we haven't played this song. For, a really long time so bear with us and, they were going through this, long complex song. In working out parts in the at one point he, was confirmed with the bass player. And, e flat and. All ya right and it was just How many people were watching that that paid for sixteen. Of us awesome right press right up against the stage and then they said as many pictures and videos is you want, to have fun and so I them working out this song which was. Crazy? Cool but so anyway Part of what we got was a q. and a. with the band question answer, with the band but, his voice ragged out from. Doing too many shows and so they changed that from question and answer to December karaoke. Where if you want you can tell them what. Song, you wanna sing and go, up on stage, and sing, that song with the band the full band play and also a great idea I think other bands ought to do this since you can't make money selling music. Anymore now. That that's a way to make. Your money well touring how you make money but that's extra you know that's a. Few a few hundred bucks or certainly doesn't have to be one. Of their songs Take care of business Do you know Bob, Seger's turn the page That would now so This this one gal, volunteered to do it, and then I said can I. Can I can I and so I got up on stage with Judy videotaping on the phone and sang one of my favorite December songs with the. Band And. I've played many many shows. In front, of many. Many people I mean really really big crowds I. Was more, nervous than I've. Ever been because they music, well these guys are. Kind of musical here. Is of of mine in there it's an incredibly musical band I? Mean? They're grazing they were judging you or I didn't wanna suck I mean. I'm a musician I'm not a great musician, but I'm a musician, I didn't wanna son did you? Look back to see if they're rolling their eyes or no actually there smiling and nodding went very well judy's very happy with it I should've told you what song It doesn't matter but I was walking up on stage. In the tour manager.
"meloy" Discussed on Opening Arguments
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"meloy" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Cest and bigoted and he does it largely just because it makes liberals matt and for that he gets pats on the head and a pardon from the president that's amazing it's absolutely amazing we're speaking with simon meloy senior writer at media matters for america who has a piece up then all linked to from my blog at nicole sandler dot com after the show roger stone who many say is you know possibly the next to be called in for questioning by muller's team said that that this pardon is a signal he said let's see where is it a stone a longtime trump confident told the washington post that the president's pardon of desouza quote has to be a signal to mike flynn and paul manafort and even robert muller indict people for crimes that don't pertain to russian collusion and this is what could happen do you think he added the special counsel has awesome powers is you know but the president is even more awesome powers you think trump is trying to send a message to those who might be toying with the idea of flipping on him i don't know if trump is is actively consciously trying to send that message a lot of his pardons seem to be driven by like i said this sort of frenetic process wherein he gets wind of something where he was about it and then just decides it'll pardon that person but even if he's not consciously sending that message i mean it's hard to see how someone like paul manafort would interpreted otherwise and you know roger stone i don't often agree with roger stone but when he said something like that he's he's absolutely correct like i said it's it's a message unintended or otherwise to allies with the president that the president freely dispenses pardons to people he still considers his allies and he he will do so under the pretext that you have been treated unfairly and as we've seen the the president's response to the special counsel investigation into russian collusion has been to attack its credibility to delegitimize it and that all sets up this idea that anyone.
"meloy" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Now you buy a song for a buck twenty nine so different world harder to make money in the music business now but the ease of distribution all of these things affect economics basic economics and we've destroyed the economics of higher education with the student loan program it's time for it to go away now second pace mike meru this article i mean people have been exploding on social media everywhere this guy has been destroyed he really has become a laughingstock and he's become a symbol of what's wrong with this thing but the poor guys just a guy he's just a guy being dentist he's trying to have a life with a couple of kids he's trying to figure a way through this and truthfully people in the medical profession of the world's worst at handling money and he's just proof of that too so mike really i'm not mad at you and i know half the world's mad at your whatever and it feels like you've been beat up this week because you probably had the crap beat out of you i don't know why you gave them all your numbers and thought this was going to turn out well but it didn't so here's the deal i mean we're we've got a huge brand salt lake city one you guys at no might get in touch with him i really will help him but he's going to do what i tell him today and he may not want to do do because i'm getting ready to destroy life but he he didn't have a life right now his life sucks i mean it sounds like he's got it made he's gotta use tesla what is that thirty allan meloy today it's a it's a thirty thousand dollar car with a seventy thousand dollar battery yeah.
"meloy" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"I mean she would know but they this sounded so great and then then then maybe it was texarkana and then back to rockville don't go back to rockville boy unbelievable superman of course mike mills things that regularly and he'd also does texarkana so that was great and then they bring out the dude from the december sts and they sing i believe one of my favorites from less rich pageant and yes that was sounds great it's on ios rocking it was pretty amazing amazing and then also is the gentleman who was playing keyboards you say he plays what was colin meloy was singing john would i fucking asked sorry bro josh who is the organist it for the mets you're saying no who sorry i just offended so many red sox fans watching bilberry play i believe what's playtex cano is throat because that's not a song they play live really ever had they ever played it but it's it's not like the most common thing you race creed to see them seem play those songs right so now we we were backstage we were talking to these guys they were very kind to meet us infective when when we walked into the dressing room mike mills he sees you adam and he jumps up and he's like hey i know you something like that kind of exchanged pleasantries on twitter on the private message by the way you're miming yeah just like just like a device in my hand.
"meloy" Discussed on World Cafe
"I've been waiting all that's once in my life from the december i'll be your girl is their new studio album it's out now we're talking to cowan malloy lead singer and writer for the december who's here we're gonna we're gonna take a quick a quick sidetrack off the album because this it's such a cool story the the first of the bonus material from linmanuel miranda's hamilton arrives and lovingly they're called hamill drops the first the first one is the december performing ben franklin song where were you friends with lin manuel miranda beforehand or did you just want to be part of hamilton like everyone else in america well i was certainly aware of the musical i i wasn't familiar with it and i think he he there's an interview enroll in rolling stone where he talked about having written benjamin franklin as a character in in initial drafts of the show and that he imagined benz songs as being december esti so so the the ben franklin songs never got music they had lyrics but never music written for them and they just ended up on the cutting room floor and then he approached me i think they're talking about doing another mix taber doing some more material you know from hamilton and he approached me and asked me if i would write something december esti to go along with this this sort of this fairly vulgar saw the that i then sat down and tried to fit to music and.
"meloy" Discussed on Slate's The Audio Book Club
"Spook alie staring out at a beautiful beach in costa rica that is protected by a reef a ways out to shore and as close to the mouth of a river so it seems perfectly safe at low tide are your children swimming in those waters now to keep them safe there are on the internet that is where they should be yeah i hate you both iron and i want to quickly say that next month's buck we'll be the ministry of utmost happiness by iron dottie right but this month they are discussing do not become alarmed by my lima lie and and it is the medically congruent to us dan is talking about if you guys on a jump in and help me lay out the plot and feel free but basically this is allies third novel for adults it's about three pairs of parents and their three pairs of children that meat disaster on a cruise to central america um and the kids age 6 to 15 are abducted by two drugdealing brothers and broken free by the cleaning woman maria whose teenage son oscar gets entwined in the story to in a movie ready series of escapades including a train robbery a car chase and a search for lost madison they tried to make their way back to their parents who are freaking out and turning on each other and generally threatening to return to a state of nature un do you guys have on additional uh ads they're unit your description of it as movie ruddy fuels apt almost to a fault here in this book sometimes felt to me like an outline for the mid level summer blockbuster that will be watching in 2019 much more than it did like a novel that i enjoyed reading in the summer of 2017 it seemed like a.