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ASU's COVID-19 Management Strategy
"Gabriel Thank you. Linda Issues President Michael Crowe told MSNBC today that through a combination of mask wearing daily health checks and random testing, the pandemic is manageable. You add the new shield of vaccines, All of them have holes, and all of them have weaknesses. But if you bring them all together, we very much believe it's manageable. And our semester this this'll fall has proven that to be the case. A new update yesterday, The university said they only had 321 known positive cases among its student body of over 75,000 students, 247 of the positive cases or off campus. 62 of them are in isolation at the Tempe campus, and the pandemic is also brought a new challenge to university students. And it's a financial strains caused by the covert 19 pandemic and among, uh, President Crow says universities have been offering assistance to help students in that area as well. We're basically saying anyone you bring us your financial concerns, and we will come to your assistance and so We're not running a lifeboat, but we are running a life forward. Both, Crow says. That means being there for students when they need it most to ensure that we can move forward in life and their studies that includes helping on campus students who may need food or other resources.
Ken Jennings to be First Interim Host of "Jeopardy!"
"Even more so since she's seventy four so she really had to rise to the top. During a time. When the finance field was so heavily dominated by the men finishing up with some relevant entertainment news. I think jeopardy producers announced that ken jennings will be the first interim host on jeopardy when they restart production on monday. Jennings is the guy who won seventy four games in a row and was also the winner of the greatest of all time competition that they had last year in executive producers said that quote by bringing in familiar guest hosts for the foreseeable future our goal is to create a sense of community and continuity for our viewers end quote. So it sounds like they're going to be doing these guest host for a little bit at least until the name a fulltime host which they say they will. But i really don't see why they don't just make ken jennings like the full time host. It would make sense. Maybe he doesn't want it. But i think it should be someone like that. Who's not necessarily well known. Like i don't want some celebrity comedian or something like that to to it like Steve harvey and michael stray hand who seemingly host everything. Not someone like that it. It has to be someone who fits but it's really hard to replace it when the show's had basically one host for thirty seven years. That's a bit much. At the tall task they do still have unaired episodes with alex trebek's that he filmed before he died. So they'll continue to air those. They have enough to get through the week of january fourth. So
Negative test result could create false sense of security
"Rush for covert tests before Thanksgiving. His people would like to have a negative result before they head off to. Robert Leverenz, chief medical officer for the University of Texas Health System says That's not a bad idea. But it is far from perfect shows whether or not you have the virus at the time the test was taken. It doesn't guarantee you won't Have the virus percolating and in you even several days later, he says it takes about two weeks from exposure to start showing symptoms of the Corona virus. So there could be cases where people spread the germs to family members because they have a false sense of security. That's why they're encouraging everybody to have a socially distant Thanksgiving. I'm Michael
Denver Weather: Late Rain Showers Will Turn To Snow
"Here on Colorado's Morning news If you haven't noticed if you're up already and out the rain turning to some snow Just in time for your morning commute the storm system moving in overnight and as expected, the amount of snow's gonna vary as usual Life Well, where you live, 1 to 3 inches in Denver, 2 to 4 inches for areas like Lakewood and Morrison down through the Palmer divide with 6 to 10 inches in the foothills and over a foot in parts of the high country before the system rapidly departs for the mid to late part of the morning. That is factually once Brooks Gardner, you could see some slick conditions out, especially coming out of the foothills. Si dot Cyrix Michael says plows around But Isis Snow has made the high country drive a bit of a challenge of a couple of chain laws in place, and I 70 starting right at the four seconds of the 25 night. Mount Ver and Canyon You're gonna Pretty much encounter chain wants all the way up to avail past there. So snowbank icy conditions on the I 70 quarter this morning, most of the conditions into downtown and the tech center just consists of wet roads. Ox 30
NYC's first African-American mayor, David Dinkins, has died
"New York City's only black Mayor, David Dinkins, has died. WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg joins us live from City Hall. Michael David Dinkins like to refer to New York City is a gorgeous mosaic. The city's 106th and first African American mayor held a few titles before being elected in 1989. He was first Manhattan borough president, State assemblyman and city clerk before he upset three term incumbent Democrat Ed Koch in the primary and then narrowly defeated Rudy Giuliani in the general election, who would beat Dinkins four years later. Think it took over a city that was in trouble economically, and also saw racial tensions come to a head during his administration with the Crown Heights riots for which the state ultimately said Jenkins did not act quick enough. He later admitted regret for that. Former governor David Paterson said that Jenkins tried very hard to be the mayor of all the people. Civil rights activist Al Sharpton says that Dinkins made American politics more inclusive and progressive. Dinkins wife, Joyce died in October and the former mayor died last night at the age of
When Critters Bleed ... On Purpose!
"Okay now so why did you get interested in this whole reflex bleeding thing well. I just saw this report by that guy. Sebastian hofer and i called him up and he told me that not too long ago he got a job at an island ecosystem research institute in the and so i was looking into what's around. What kind of animals are just scanning through the literature just to see what of questions could answer any read about. These local snakes called thunder snakes. That sounds very dramatic. Thunder thunder thunder snakes. Really it's just that they come out when it rains a lot. And i remember reading this from nineteen fifty five describing this behavior this auto hemorrhaging behavior in these snakes. And i just thought to myself. That's insane so there weren't any photos or any kind of detailed description. It just said. The snakes bled from their heads when handled so he did what most good scientists would do. I assume he went out on an expedition to fight snakes. Absolutely you know it. He absolutely did. He had a couple of colleagues went out looking under rocks flipped a ton of rocks until they finally found one and the snake made some defensive behaviors kinda rolled into this tight ball and it started defecating. And asking you know emitting this pretty bad smelling liquid and then sebastian applied a little pressure to its nose like just gently pinched. Its nose to see if they could trigger any bleeding from handling all right. Now you set me this video. And i'm watching a. It's like a little nose pinch. Maybe you know you pinch at like good. And but then boom the snakes is fill up with blood like immediately there are just too big drops of blood where the is used to be and then suddenly the is kind of clear up and then a drop of blood comes out of its mouth yes. Sebastian told me it was wild. Just because i've never seen anything like that. And just the fact of how quickly that i or the is fully flood with blood and then the blood exudes from the mouth and then the ice fully clear up again in just a couple of seconds. I was stunned. I was like this is mad. I mean that is pretty dramatic and you said other critters. Do this to right right some other snakes. You know the one that's been studied. The most is the horned lizard. That's a lizard that lives in the us in the southern us and what it does is pretty nutso. It shoots blood out of its is and the blood can fly several feet several feet. Yeah it doesn't happen that often but when it does it's so dramatic that it really gets people's attention. Indigenous people have known about these lizards for a long time. European scientists wrote about them centuries ago and for forty years. These lizards have been studied by wage. Sherbrooke director emeritus of the southwestern research station of the american museum of natural history in arizona and he told me at the beginning. He was just wondering if this is supposed to be a defensive response. Why would blood be a turnoff. For what is after all a bloodthirsty predator. Good question when you try to say well. Maybe a predator wouldn't like it depends on is going to eat these things you know. That doesn't make sense so That's that's where i started. So he began watching the lizards in doing experiments. And what he found that. The horned lizard wouldn't always squirt blood from its eyes when threatened by an animal. And what i found was with roadrunners with grasshopper mice with Leopard lizards with rattlesnakes with other snakes. They never squirt blood. They don't do it then so when do they do it. Do they squirt blood. He told me it's when the lizard is about to be eaten by something like a coyote. Or a bob cat and the reason is the blood has a distasteful quality to mammalian predators and it has to be. It has to arrive in the mouth. Okay so these lizards are not really trying to like hit. A predator from several feet away by sending streams of blood. Flying out of there is apparently not disappointing. It's more like a coyotes mouth clamps down on the lizard the lizard squirts out foul tasting blood. Way told me that when he goes out and handles horned lizards only a couple times. Out of one hundred. Will it actually squirt blood from its. Is you know he said. Humans aren't typical predator. So he thinks lizard is just kind of confused. It doesn't really know what to do and he told me he's actually tasted the blood no for a long time. I thought it basically tastes like my blood. I wish i was surprised that this took a turn to a scientist tasting blood. But i'm not look. This is science magazine science. So then you know after a while. Though he started thinking actually there is this kind of you know aftertaste. Kind of acid aftertaste that lasted for maybe twenty minutes. Or so he said it was really minor. But if he squirts the blood into the mouth of a coyote or a bobcat they have a really strong reaction disgusting immediately. They begin to celebrate quite a bit. They shake their head to all kinds of things like that to to they. They have different taste. Buds than i do okay. Okay so all of this kind of suggests that for these horned lizards. This is really a strategic specific defense that it's not just a random stress response. I mean you could imagine that if an animal gets like it's blood pressure goes up lead might just shoot out of a leaky capillary. Somehow i guess but this seems to be pretty specific defense move aimed at particular predators right and like i mentioned before. The horned lizards auto hemorrhage has more studied than any other creatures. Okay salikh what beyond reptiles you said. Some insects do this to ladybugs. Yeah actually quite a lot of insects do this. And if you're poking at a lady bug and some liquid comes out it might just seem to you like it was urine or feces or something you know in ladybugs it comes out of the legs underneath so it's hard to see where it's coming out. It's yellow you know so unless you know what it is. You'd have no reason to think. This thing is just bled on me. You know spontaneously was happened. And now i'm looking back and i'm like oh that was blood cool so i talked to michael nop. He studies ladybugs at the czech university of life sciences and he told me that reflex bleeding is a highly effective way for ladybugs to deter predators because their blood is full of substances that smell and probably taste awful two birds or small mammals and he told me that actually if a lady but gets attacked by ants the coagulating blood can act like a kind of glue that glues aunts mouth parts together during the attack. I mean that's pretty amazing now. But here's the thing. I don't understand about this doesn't a lady bug need. It's blood i mean like it seems like critters would be at a disadvantage of some sort if they went around anytime they got threatened. So like how much blood are we talking about. So for ladybugs. He told me it can be a lot like up to fifteen or twenty percent of all. Its blood wild. Why i mean for you that would be like if you lost a liter of blood like a couple pint blood so it is significant. And that's why he's been looking into the consequences of this. I mean you know he said bleeding could save a lady life but there are also some costs and we re better searching for physiological costs in our research he just published one set of experiments he and his colleagues forced young lady bugs to reflex bleed repeatedly like every day and then they studied them and what they saw is that the bugs immune system seemed a little weekend but the number of eggs they produced was the same their reproductive success was almost unaffected. You know maybe just some slight delays in the age at first reproduction but nothing major. So what i'm taking from this. Is that these insects kind of know what they're doing like evolutionary speaking. I mean do they filter the blood in any way to try to preserve the good stuff and week only just like the nasty compounds in it. His is actually looked at this and he told me that the blood that spontaneously comes out of ladybugs is exactly the same as the blood inside. And when i asked him you know exactly like what is going on. You're like is there an opening in the leg. He said no. Like somehow the insect is able to kind of injure itself to somehow create an opening in its skin or cuticle. But it's not like all the mechanical details of reflects bleeding have been well studied. It's still pretty obscure all right now. Well thank you for this mini tour of the world of auto hemorrhage
A Mothers Controversial Confession
"I want you to brace yourselves. Because you're about to hear one mothers really controversial confession. She revealed it in a very provocative new york times article and in it she boldly proclaimed. I love my husband. More than i love my children. I yell at waldman. A mother of four also says her children are not the center of her universe and that is the key reason she says she and her husband have a very passionate sex life. She is a mother who says she loves her husband more than her kids and she is swinging from the chandeliers boy. Did she strike a nerve. How do you measure your passion for your children and your husband. I think this is a woman who clearly did not want to have children. And i think that she's doing a disservice to her children to her husband and two herself and especially the family unit as a whole. I thought that her point of view was sort of silly. You can't actually the type of law that exists between two grown adults and that bond between mother and child the way she puts her husband on a pedestal. It's dangerous because she loses him her whole world from what she said. It might say hurtful to our kids someday and she shouldn't have had children how she fill about having kids. I think i l. It's Has an obsessive relationship with her husband. I think i l really needs to reclaim a sense of south. I questioned i yell. It's security in her marriage. I thought i l article was goofy. My children are. I my husband and i come second. It makes me think you know what are her. Children chopped liver go okay. So i'm here with a group of mothers who have a lot to say about this. The woman who sparked controversy. I yell at walmart is here. I yell at is a harvard trained lawyer. Turn stay at home. Mother turned writer. Who has been married to pulitzer prize winning author michael shape on for twelve years and they have four children. So let me Read the passage. That has everybody up in arms. She says i have four children. But i'm not in love with any of them. I am in love with my husband if a good mother is one who loves her child more than anyone else in the world then. I'm not a good mother. I am in fact a bad mother. I love my husband more than my children. I yell it. You knew that you were going out on a limb did not want it. Well i did. I didn't quite know that star jones is gonna take off after me on the view. I didn't know i'd be sitting here next to you. I didn't know that i'd be facing down a group of angry mothers. But i did. You know i had been experiencing this again and again. Mom's groups i i. I'm like a lot of you. I spent a long time just to stay at home. Mom now. I work part time but i have four kids. I spend most of my day with my children. And i have felt for a long time very different. The most of the moms. Start the article talking about your mommy group and you noticed in the conversation. All the mother's talking about they're not having sex. Yeah absolutely i. The the interesting thing was i was talking to a mom and he was telling me about how she was trying to have a second kid. But it wasn't going very well. And i said you should try one of those electronic fertility monitors. Because they tell you when you ovulate like right that day and a great then. I won't have to have all that unnecessary sex. There's a reason that everyone is so angry. This is striking a chord. This is a real issue. Okay tear brown. Why do you say i yell at is doing a disservice to her family. Why well believe that children are such a gift. And i think that there is a healthy balance that can be formed with the family. Not necessarily putting one above the other per se. I think that's a really good point. And i think so. Many women today have become so focused on their children. They've developed these romantic entanglements with their children's lives and the husbands are secondary. They're left out and the romantic focus is on the children. I mean you guys know. Valentine's day at your kids schools. What happens on valentine's day. All the moms come in with you know. Perfect frosted pink cupcakes that they've made with their kids. What's valentine's day is valentine's day to make cupcakes with your children. Know valdez. Supposed to be a day about romantic love.
Anticipating the Logistics of a COVID-19 Vaccination Effort
"You have a highly efficacious vaccine and only a relatively small forty fifty percent of the people get vaccinated. You're not gonna get the herd immunity. You need what we do need is we need to get as many people as possible vaccinated so a lot of work still to be done. As we mentioned astrazeneca today joined pfizer and moderna becoming the third maker now of a highly effective vaccine candidate. Their version said to be cheaper easier to transport one of the that wants the vaccines are fda approved. The next challenge will be actually getting shots into arms across our country and around. The world complicating matters. The trump administration has so far not communicated distribution plans with the incoming biden administration. Back with us again tonight. Is mike oester home. Professor and the director for the center of infectious disease research and policy university of minnesota also happens to be a newly named member of the president-elect's covert nineteen advisory board. Michael i presume this helps that up. Twenty day wait to get your hands on. Everything is better than maybe a forty day weight. And i'm not sure our audience understands you've been forbidden from calling your public health counterparts inside this sitting government before we got actual notification that the transition is underway. So does this help. Thank you brian. It helps a lot. The transition team will immediately begin reaching out to those federal partners. Whether they be at the fda or the nih for the cdc so that we can in fact begin. Planning not just for what's happening now but well after january and so this is a very important development and one that will really help us a lot with the vaccine delivery to the united states. Is it a strange feeling that you're some total efforts are the hit the ground running january twentieth and in some cases you're inheriting wheels. That aren't moving. You're inheriting at administration without as we have this conversation a national plan. Well you know. I think it's really important to remember. We do have a number of really highly talented and skilled scientists within the federal government. I mean tony cheese. A classic example there are many outstanding individuals at the cdc in the fda that have had many many years of career service and really outstanding science development and research and so the fact says that they will still be part of this team. going forward. and i know that The biden harris administration will use that scientific expertise immediately. in addition. is you know the incoming administration is already starting to develop their own plants Whether it be around vaccination testing et cetera. So i think it it will be a good hand off that will occur and i'm excited about the fact that we now collectively all of us can really work together with science as the basic of value that. We're all using to judge what we do. So i think the next several weeks will actually be very positive in terms of what we can do to to move. This administered new administration forward. So that on january twentieth. It does hit the ground running. We have a graphic showing the air traffic currently over the united states. Every icon is an aircraft with people on board all those people leaving somewhere to go visit somewhere to then return home. Is it now predicted in your line of work because of all these people getting together. Despite all the government warnings that we're going to see a bump in hospitalizations and the death toll just in time for christmas. You know brian. This is one of the really sad commentaries about where we're at right now is helping america's understand the seriousness of the situation tonight as we said here we have over. Eight hundred thousand americans hospitals around the country with covid nineteen infections. Many of them critically. Ill are hospitals. Are breaking at the seams right now and so. It's really important that people understand. No one is asking them to sacrifice or to reduce their contact with others. Just for the sake of this is really about human life. it's about maintaining our healthcare systems. So yeah this is a real challenge for us and as you've seen as you know having been on this show a number of times with you you've seen what's happened since labor day. We've gone from twenty six thousand cases a day reported to now we're averaging over one hundred and seventy thousand cases and before long will be well over two hundred thousand cases a day that is going to break our healthcare system so please america understand you know we gotta stop swapping air in. The way we do that is we. Don't do all this. Large crowd related activity. That travel is going to be a problem and I don't wanna see where we're going to be in four or five weeks. It scares me a great deal. Dr michael oester home. Our thanks as always for joining us tonight. Greatly appreciate it. Good luck with your work upcoming
Texas DPS troopers will increase patrols during Thanksgiving holiday
"Department of Public Safety reminding drivers is going to be an increasing patrols on the highways during the Thanksgiving holiday? Although fewer people may be flying this year, officials say that could mean more will be on the road. DBS says they'll have more patrols as part of Operation care. Starting this Wednesday through Sunday.
100 former Republican national security officials warn Trump must allow transition
"It's not just politicians asking the president to give up his fight for the White House, A group of Republican national security officials is urging congressional Republicans to demand President Trump concede. It includes former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge in a four page statement, They say the country must immediately begin the transition to the Biden administration. They say the delay is threatening national
Biden expected to announce Tony Blinken as secretary of state
"Joe Biden made several key picks for national security and foreign policy roles today. John Kerry, former senator and former secretary of state will lead the incoming administration's efforts to combat climate change. Alejandro May or KISS will be nominated as the secretary for the Department of Homeland Security. President elect Biden's choice for secretary of state is reportedly Tony Blinken Ah, longtime diplomat and a member of his inner circle. CBS is Bo Eriksson, CBS News previously reported Blinking has been acting as Biden's master scheduler, arranging the congratulatory calls from foreign leaders to buy Didn't because the State Department refuses to facilitate these calls. Blinking, told CBS News Intelligence analyst Michael Morrell in September that he expected Mr Biden would reassert American leadership leading with our diplomacy.
GM to Recall 5.9 Million Vehicles With Takata Air-Bag Inflaters
"GM is under orders to recall and repair almost six million pickups and SUVs. The feds say the vehicles of potentially dangerous Takata airbag inflators vehicles or some of GM's most profitable and most popular vehicles, big pickup trucks, big SUVs GM, It said they felt the vehicles were safe. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says no, you need to recall them. GM now saying they will abide by this, and they will start recalling the vehicles at CBS News correspondent Jeff Gilbert. The repairs will cost over a billion dollars.
Los Angeles has now crossed 300 homicides for the first time in over a decade
"Over yet, and already, Los Angeles has recorded more than 300 homicides. It's the first time in a decade the city has hit that bloody milestone is KCRW's Darryl Saxman reports five homicides in Los Angeles over the weekend pushed the total for the year. 2 301 and counting. All of this weekend's homicides were shootings, which are up by more than 30%. Compared to last year. A 20 year old man shot to death in North Hollywood last night was the most recent case. Other victims this weekend included a 17 year old boy shot while riding a bicycle on imperial highway near L. A X Much of the violence this year has occurred in South and central L. A chief Michael Moore has said he believes some of the increases due to problems related to the pandemic. Such as economic struggles and fibers, related restrictions on services and interventions. Gun sales in California We're also way up in the spring and summer, the last time homicides spiked. This high was in 2009 when 312 people were killed Kcrw's Darryl Saxman.
Trump legal team disavows association with lawyer Sidney Powell
"President Trump's legal team has appeared to have cut ties with the key member Dallas attorney Sidney Powell. The unexpected pivot Caymus Sunday in a short statement from the campaign, disavowing its association with her PAL made headlines in recent weeks reclaims of massive voter fraud in the 2020 election without ever having produced evidence to support the allegation. She also represents former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his long running attempt to unravel a guilty plea for allegedly lying about his 2016 contacts with Russia.
The curse of knowledge and how to follow better internal communications tactics
"Day we wanna talk about internal communication strategies and tactics. So it's interesting to me. Is that we focused so much externally. How do we get more leads. How do we build the brand. How do we get out there. How do we schedule things. How do we automate. Oh my goodness i mean you can just. That's that's all we Spend time focusing on it. Seems like sometimes but internal communications matters as well whether you're small company. Big company whatnot And today's guest trend. Anderson is the chief operating officer pre right dot com and he focuses on growth through storytelling. So he had me right. Right there with that tagline and you may have assumed but what's great about. Trent is i ran across him again on social media. He was sharing something about internal communications. And i thought. I should ask him to come on the show and share his wisdom's with you guys trent. How's it going today. It's going very well christoph. Thanks for having me on today. Awesome Always glad to have experts like you on the show. So let's talk about internal communications. It can't be hard right. Focus on that especially when when we're also gotten hole in the medium sized companies of external communication wide. Why does internal. Why does it matter than what are some tactics. Yeah i think internal communication often gets overlooked like you said because of prioritization is on on external right. How do we get more leads. How do we get more clients. How do we continue to grow. Well it's all fine and well and those are all kind of like leading metrics to look at but the lagging metrics i think is internal comms in the the effects of vision or lack of vision or clarity or lack of clarity with where organization is going. And if you're like me you've probably been in an organization before that was doing everything right externally but internally there were huge huge issues and usually started from top down or Or from a leadership position in wasn't able to communicate internally why we were doing the things that we were doing why we were up. Prioritizing certain Initiatives and all that good stuff so i think a lot of internal communications Really manifest itself through the curse of knowledge and typically when we talk about internal communications. It is driven by leaders. It is usually a top down. Approach and as these leaders are sitting in their war rooms and deliberating strategy in tactics. Really fun corporate buzzwords They usually have the curse of knowledge. And for those that don't know what the curse of knowledge is is Basically they have such intimate knowledge of a given Piece of information that they assume the rest of the organization also understands that and really. It isn't the case so You've probably seen the clip from the office. Where oscar is telling michael what his options are afford utilizing the surplus budget for the year and comes back and says explain it to me. Like i'm eight and oscar tried to do that and then michael comes. Back does now extent like five while the oscars way of explaining what a surplus bunch it was Was the curse of knowledge right. So oscar is an accountant for anybody who doesn't know the office by by the way. Go see that net flex. Because i think there's a lot of business lessons learned their case. Oscar has the curse of knowledge because he is crunching numbers. All day understands how to read a financial report. Michael clearly does not right. So oscar had to simplify his message so much more to get it across and ineffective communication with michael. So i think again drawing this back to the curse of knowledge it really comes down to assumptions that are made about what everybody else understands about the business versus the actual reality.
Kayleigh McEnany said Trump wasn't given an 'orderly transition of power' in 2016.
"Of Kayleigh Mcenany. I think it's a longer tape. It's like two minutes, right. I want to give Kayleigh mcenany the floor for one of the most comprehensive and should be viral clips. Of exactly how Democrats have been treating President Trump the last four years play tape. Talked about and identify the real potential for fraud with mass Valin voting also something that I would notice just we talked a lot about transfer of power in the election, and it's worth remembering that this president was never given an orderly transition of power. His presidency was never accepted. In fact, before theologian his election we know Crossfire Hurricane was launched by Peter struck to pursue a baseless allegations about the president's ties with Russia. That's before he was president, trying to subvert the will of the American people we know. In August, Peter Struck, wrote a text message about an insurance policy. Against a trump presidency once again, trying to silence the voice of the American people on in 2016, you know, in October that there was a five a warrant if ISA warrant taking out to spy on the Trump campaign And the American people spoke, and they spoke commandingly in electing President Trump. Despite all of the odds and what happened after he was elected, you had 70 lawmakers say We're not coming to his inauguration. Democratic lawmakers you had Elizabeth Warren saying. We're going to attempt to obstruct the trump transition by urging the Government Accountability Office to investigate the incoming trump transition. In January of that year. You had President Obama have a by the book meetings. Where they talked about the Logan Act, using that act to go after Lieutenant General Michael Flynn just before the inauguration, you had Buzzfeed promoting and publishing this bogus Steele dossier that's been widely debunked. I'm in for two years. You have the basis. Mueller investigation, which search for collusion, found none and exonerated President Trump
Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building
"Protesters broke into Guatemala's Congress and burn parts of the building yesterday amid growing demonstrations against President Alejandro G. M. Matei and the legislation for approving a controversial budget cuts, education and health spending amongst other things. The incident came is about 10,000 people were protest in front of the National palace in Guatemala City. News and Analysis of town. Holdout calm. I'm Michael Harrington.
"michael it" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"I've got a really special one for you this week. Special because you know him and love him from all of his work in movies and on tv special for me. I have to say up front because of the work. He's done on parkinson's disease. This is of course the great michael j. fox. I don't need to lay out his resume for you. Family ties back to the future teen wolf spin city. Rescue me the good wife. You know all of that about him. But it's what he did after his diagnosis with parkinson's disease at the age of twenty nine. He was a kid when he was diagnosed with parkinson's disease newly married to his wonderful wife. Tracy they had a young son named sam and the world came down on him that day when a doctor told him he had parkinson's disease didn't talk about publicly for many years eventually at the age of forty ends up hearing from acting and putting all of his focus on the michael j. fox foundation so my father. Bill geist has had parkinson's disease for thirty years. Which is about the same period of time. Michael j. fox has had it and around the same time. They both were diagnosed in the early nineties. So i love his movies. I love his tv shows. But i love him more for what he's done raising a billion dollars through the michael j. fox foundation i should tell you in full disclosure Since my dad went public with his diagnosis. I'm on the board of the michael j. fox foundation so i obviously have an incredible soft spot for michael j. fox but what a guy would a career more importantly what a life. He's got a new book out just now that talks about all of this and it talks about all the hope and the optimism that he's carried along these thirty years and outward facing to the public that he's doing okay and that you can live with this disease and he talks in the book and writes in the book about losing some of that optimism and how he got it back..
Counting Briberies in Elections
"My name is nicholas vermont. I'm a second year student from your berlin and germany. Where i'm part of the research. Group makes in computational complexity led by professor. Well thank you so much for coming on the show. Could you tell us a little bit more about your phd work. What specific areas in complexity. Are you focused on. So i'm mostly working on questions. From the area of collective decision making and decision decision-making someone relative for different settings or scenario spare group of come together and have different than maybe conflicting opinions about assignments. And where we want to of find compromise alternative for not that makes everyone happy tour. Let's say fair extent and i am lies. Questions from this area from mostly yet stogie says complexity theoretical and algorithmic point of view. I'm aware that there are some aspects of multi agent systems that frame it in a game. Theoretic context may be decision theoretic approaches. Does that overlap. Or is that separate from your interest so we are not really doing mhm. Let's say close related to classical multi agent systems but. Interestingly kind of the work that i am doing this collective decision theory field. This summer became a sub field of mostly agent system. At least if you look at the conference with we published usually published multi agent system conferences and agents. System is are always Netflix which we have in mind. So a lot of these collective decision making scenarios also hidden in classically in some multi agent systems. Some of this as well highlighted in the main paper. I want to invite you on to discuss. Which is titled on the robustness of winners counting briberies in elections a lot of things to unpack there. I guess maybe this is the first time i ever had a bribery formalized a mathematical way. So could we start with that. How do we quantify bribery so when it comes to elections bribery is kind of a pretty natural and also white developments to problem and what we aim here for is the model that we have in mind is we have to get like and we have bribe who wants to achieve a second goal in the clintons election. It's usually win the election or preventing some from winning village. So this the golden that the bribery hasn't bribe knows kind of richly. And then we give the bribery typically a given budget. So let's say he's allowed to delete ten votes. And then the computational question that we have the mind is possible for the bribe's to pick like ten votes in the election smartly into delete them such that he achieved his goal for example making the candidate. It wouldn't be gotcha. So i'm you know we've just finished up an election my country here in the us. There was a republican and a democrat. Who were running an in many other people. If you very resource and could manipulate the elections may be you could have pulled it towards one of the two major party winners but if you had done enough manipulation third party One that would have been quite unprecedented by our country standards. How do we measure that distance. That i like. It's intuitively there. How can we quantify something like that. So this question. I told you about mind and you can also obviously ask for the minimum number of operations at the bribery needs. So if you have again election my goal and then the question is now how much budget to any any votes to to be able to enter to be able to delete to realize michael and if you do this for every can that separately you will like it for every candidate birth. I mean for the initially winning candidate. The number will be zero because he will have to change anything for all the other candidates. Have booby probably zero. Because i'm not initially winning and thereby also somehow discover ranking of the candidates. So this gives you a feeling for how far away someone is from winning or losing election with respect to the operations that you allowed so for example leading or acting or some to find the votes that well. Let's talk a little bit about the voting mechanics. Paper covers two different ways. That people might vote plurality and boorda voting could you go into how those systems operate and maybe in the context of those how this manipulation takes place so the two mechanisms we cover relative. Boorda both special case of so-called scoring based voting rolls. And the idea here in scoring based woods is that every voter is allowed to give points to candidates and in the candidate with the highest number of points wins the election and for example in property. I'm allowed to give one point my most preferred candidate so it's pretty simple. It's also typically how bellicosity simply mark your most preferred candidate in there but he gets a point from your vote. Border is a little bit more tricky by a border over. In the body election we tank the preference relation rankings albatross ranked the candidates s an input. And then we awards if we have any candidates are what n. Minus one points to the first candidates to the most preferred candidate in minus two points to the second most preferred candidate Three points the set must be for the end zone and as we accumulate the points even to the mall just by the candidates The candidate with the highest score simply winds
"michael it" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"I said No. But I'm terrified of that helps you at all and the net assist who the nurse who supports the anesthesiologist I got that right said, oh. Don't worry about I. Just puts them put some stuff in your IV. You can feel pretty good in a couple of minutes and I remember turning and saying Well I'm going to feel pretty good in a couple minutes. Next thing I know there's This guy and he's moving my bed. And I had this and he's talking to me and have the distinct impression that I've met this guy and I should know what he's talking about. But I kind of like just don't remember what just happened and I look up and I see the tiles going by Michael it's just like in the movies where you see the tiles go by and then. Have this brief thought that I'm in an infinitely long warehouse and there's someone. Sitting next to me and I remember thinking Oh. She's not talking to me and then I'm back in the hospital. And In between the time where the tiles going by and I got in the hospital bid something like five hours past apparently, it had grown so much that it was a four and a half hour procedure instead of an hour long procedure I lost. A next is and a half. Is Pretty big comparing this as big as my heart. Why am I telling you this I'm telling you this because. It's a hell of a story already we. Tiles going by and me waking up in my hospital bed. No time passed there was no sensation of time passing. When I go to sleep, but I wake up in the morning. I have this feeling that time has passed. This feeling that something has physically changed about me nothing happened between the time they put the magic juice in me and the time that I woke up nothing by the way my wife was there with me talking apparently I was also talking. I don't remember any of this, but luckily I didn't say anything I wouldn't normally say my memory of it is I would talk to her and she would teleport around the room. And then I think used witchcraft and that was the end of that but she Her point of view is I would start talking and then I would fall asleep and then I would wake up and leave off where I was before I had no notion of any time passing. I kind of imagined that that's death. Is the lack of sensation of time passing. And on the one hand I am. I don't know sued by the idea that I won't notice. On the other hand I am very unhappy at the idea that I won't notice. So I don't know if I'm afraid of death..
"michael it" Discussed on Wonderful!
"T shirt? Are you a veteran? No, then yes. So. I. Am looking for my wife Brenda. She was last seen paint I'll I cannot find her she belongs to the store now. Is this stuff everybody can see like when you log in? Do you have to seek this out? Yes you can click I want to answer questions and then there's like a little. would anyone like to meet at Michael's fist fight me. My reach wouldn't be long enough to maintain social distancing guidelines per the CDC. So I'm afraid and in-person fistfight would be too unsafe for now bro I'm on stilts. It's all good. I think you're supposed to be six feet apart not six feet up, but that's sick as hell. Looking for a coffin, they may have decoration coffins for Halloween. But if you're looking for a full size coffin, you may be out of luck here. Buddy I'll make it fit. This. I don't live near a Michael's and it makes me sad, sad face motor. What do I do somebody responded Michael It's it is this I really this is the kind of humor that I very much enjoy. This is like a good Amazon Review. It's interactive it's interactive. Michael's what were you thinking they're going to be so many people who log onto Michael Dot com actually thinking that they are talking to a customer service representatives and then they get this yes and it's very, very, very good to me. Yes, the so. It's still active active. Did it yesterday had some fun talked to some people I wonder who advise that who was like you know what people are generally good. Let's just open it up to the people. These people are good. That's they're just having fun communicating listen we're all isolated far. All lonely. Is it dangerous endeavor? They're on it is a dangerous endeavor, but it's also something that I wish every single. Like shopping outlet in the world when incorporate yeah, that would be incredible. It would be my full time job just like hopping around going to. A. Surly. Tob. site. Just having some just reaching out making soul connections. That's what it's about I don't buy a colander just put holes in this pot it's T. Do get a drill. You can use that for other things to. Anyway that was a short one, but holy Shit, I. Love It. There's a lot of these to look up just find Michael's customer shopping chat and a Cornucopia goofs waiting for you. What's your second thing? My second thing is a trip to the poetry corner boy. Here we go. Here we body buckle up to here going on driving room today here puzzles and you're Zannier stanzas. Stanzas. Zenya rhyming poetry is here. Poetry is here poetry is here. Thank you honey. You hoped it was a real round that we had. Like, that the poet I'm talking about is K. Ryan Nope. One you can be forgiven for this cause. She's kind of an outsider ramble kind of somebody who doesn't traffic in the typical poetry circles. Numbers..
"michael it" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Which doctor he was called Philip. He was teacher off the doctor, which doctors because he was the one who trained many to do the same in killing people. So people in the village are really afraid of this kind of people. So I went. I went there in the village. I invited the people to pray for this witch doctors because I believe that only Jesus can can transform their life. Grace. The Lord is in the night when I conducted the proceed. This people came also. So I preached the word of God. And at the end, I invited the people to come to receive Christ. So these people about 100 20. Maybe they came forward. They kneel down and then they want to receive Christ. Then later on, I went toe Phillips house to teach him more about Christ. Then after several minutes, I baptize him. So now present, Lord God has been using him every day. He and his wife break for these his people, and he really loved that When people get sick, they called him to pray for them. So before when people want to kill people by him, But now when they want to get killed, they buy him to pray for them. So I believe this is the work of Polish spirit. Transform people's lives like feeling. Wow. That is an amazing story. And Michael it's so I don't want to use the word predictable, I guess indicative would be a better word of the impact.
"michael it" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Having so much fun yeah I got you is the name of the song that he does on there and at first he starts singing along like they they just start rolling like a music track anything along with it and then it just gets better and better and better Michael it's going to dance troupe in there I love the soon R. O. right but that yeah tomorrow right is there any I'd like to give myself a shout out happy fortieth birthday to me yesterday my friends and family made me feel so special despite the shelter in place I've been a loyal listener since the beginning yes since I was in high school and I love you both very much I listen to the full show podcast every afternoon since I can't listen live keep doing what you're doing you guys rock virtual hugs Jenny thanks Danny and happy fortieth birthday forty two grand one six says I recently started dating again and I'm finding out there are a lot of guys who love the taste a watermelon sugar it's pretty awesome thanks guys well mmhm in some just won't taste it is seven oh seven says why don't you guys have Bonner Marcus on tomorrow to explain Juneteenth you have not done a very good job talking about something that is existed for hundreds of years I'm all retired to Marcus he's been one to come on the media I'll text Amer has the I thought I thought we asked him and he said I want to wait until I finish my article or some yeah he has a he's written article about racism in the media let me just I'll I'll text right now and see if you want to come up and I actually asked von we've been texting a little bit here and there but the the I asked him you know why don't you start do you want to do a podcast and he said he's he's definitely thinking about it but now is the time dude like we could we could fully promote that thing and get it up and running so yeah I'd I'd love for him to you know take that on but that's you know there's a lot of work involved in he has to want to do that will promote the mother you know what yeah we well out of it though yeah hi good morning Sir and many I love the song watermelon sugar and I am eleven by the way I love your podcast okay yeah did some solid it's great I mean listen it's a summertime song I mean what's better than watermelon this summer not maybe corn on the cob I love corn on the cob watermelon watermelon corn on the cob those are summer staples holy smokes Vinny just pulled out the red onion we used to hang there on the weekend nights when it turned into a club there's a lot of stories there that I've forgotten thankfully the all happy hour spot yeah yeah Hey I'll turn to people wrote in about Sam bows and someone wrote in and said vin right your mom I bet you guys ate there and I wrote my mom and I said I remember these restaurants I don't remember that one and she said because we never ate there she did remember it though but we ate at Bob's Big Boy because it was close to our house right you know that the the three boys thing it's not fun parents to be at a restaurant with three boys nope so wasn't it wasn't our thing mom usually cooked thank you for the good boy you engine were tough well yeah Nikki was got a sweet baby boy I remember that day like being in restaurants I remember that thing you were you pull that this part of the straw off the the the rapper yeah and then you'd spend it across the room do you remember doing that no yeah I know and then the thing would land on someone else's table and my dad would just lose his you know why he would lose it like because you because you're that sold this week you know it's your spirits right and I know what L. Jan there's an example of the you know all this is why we can't take your call right you got kids in restaurants is the worst we go so we've go as early as we possibly can so that like you know in there be other kids there you know that like every good old people right who are like at least they're not our kids and then you know the people their kids because you don't want to be there when people are just trying to have a nice dining experience I always trip out on the getting under the table you just go like it can't possibly be clean down there what are you doing kids though they're so close to the ground anyway they're just like they don't they don't care they like all the borders let's get him you know they they just anything all someone's all peace ago look to you to try it okay I'll do it you'll Hey here's the first person actually talking about watermelon I bought a watermelon a whole foods I'm glad they'll just you just the other day and it was the worst watermelon I ever cut rubbery dry flavorless my husband my hubby was so sad yeah it would be because there's nothing like there's nothing better than good watermelon and nothing worse than bad watermelon and this sounds.
"michael it" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"To another episode of our weekly show, and this is actually episode number. Two hundred and forty five. Can you believe that? My special guest today is Michael Toe. He is an American actor director producer. Just an all round talented guy and I gotta tell. You! It's an encouraging sign. When there are so many top-flight asian-american stress the actors these days that. I don't know all their names. I'm sure you don't either fortunately Michael Ni-. Our facebook friends. I'm not sure how they came about, but he reached out to me and. Said Hey you know. Just a movie and it was going to release in theaters in August. Before this whole shelter at home, thing hit now. It's GONNA, release. Virtually to support independent local theaters and would love to come on and talk about the movie and you know if you could help us out. Man, just tell your audience all over the world, not just here in America to go and see this movie well. You know when Christopher Walken I for started this podcast sex years ago, one of our dreams was to be seen and valued by easy American creatives and And creators to be one of the promotional pieces in in their whole circle of influence, so it was fantastic. Thank you Michael for reaching out to me and here we go, you know we are pushing you to the front of the heap. Because the movie lucky grandma just opened last week in theaters on line and folks. If you definitely want to check this movie out, get a little review in just a moment It's The the link to the high get to the website to get the tickets to support your local independent theaters is included in the show notes so check that out, please. Yeah so. Lucky Grandma Star Cy Cy Chin and I remember her from years ago as Auntie Lynda in the joy, Luck, club, movie and She's now in her eighties, and this woman is a is a true. Treasure, she can, she can act like you can't believe and. This is kind of a comedy kind of a dark comedy, and it really revolves around a recently widowed elderly. Woman who lives in Chinatown, New York City. And just struggling to maintain her independence even though she doesn't have. A lot of money. Her husband really didn't leave or anything and It's it's kind of A. Classic Story. That At the same time has all these wonderfully nuanced Chinese Cultural Easter eggs in them if if you will and it's just fantastic to to see. This story portrayed through the Lens of Chinese American culture. Michael? Will Delight you. He plays one of the hoodlums when the gang members in this and He is so. and. Before. He's only really been in more more or less dramatic roles, but this dude has has a real knack for just making you laugh. Just even when he's not talking so please. Check out the link in the show notes and watch lucky grandma. It's like twelve dollars for one ticket. which you know, you download onto your laptop or your your desktop. Or your tablet? If you can hook it up to your TV, you can watch it on on that big screen if they have one of those and. I think typically it comes with a five day pass, so you can have a room. Full of people only spend twelve. Support your local independent theater and You will thoroughly enjoy this. I'll tell you. It's not too many movies that my wife myself and our. Way To woke. Twenty one year old daughter, all agree. You know that this is a fantastic movie, and as soon as a credit started rolling. We just look at each other's at wow. That was so good, so I'm not going to give anything away. Check it out, please. If? You've been following the news. Ever since the police killing of George Floyd. In Minnesota there has been an eruption last four five days. In many major cities. People in obvious anger and protest in frustration. About this a system of justice that is tilted in the disfavor of so many African Americans especially men and There, was a scheduled prayer vigil in protests by The Church Week attended Pasadena as well as all saints. Episcopal church which are adjoining each other and it was going to happen at. Seven o'clock tonight in front of City Hall in downtown, Pasadena. Now the day before there was all kinds of rioting and looting and burning of things and buildings, and in addition to the. Throughout Los Angeles and so the mayor dropped a curfew eight pm to eight am and extended it into Sunday today when I'm recording this. Then they tighten it up, he said No. It's five thirty to. Eight am in the morning and Kinda hemlock questions you know my daughter and I were going to go down to this, and now we're not so sure we just on the east side of Pasadena, we were wondering if we re going to be allowed into to be part of this, and so a lot of back and forth, and and what have you and we were told that the organizers the two churches had been in constant conversation with Palestinian police department and they had assured them that it was okay, even though. Technically, this would have been in violation of the curfew that had been extended and so my daughter and.
"michael it" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"All right let's get back into the show so even when you were working at the Cato Institute you still were basically you know on a Republican. You weren't yet a committed Republican liberty personally friendly surveys like I thought okay. This is going to be a mechanism a means to an end like it is possible or likely. I would say likely that a Republican President Congress is going to do a good job of pulling back The growth of government look. They just kill socialized healthcare. They just respond to shut the government. This is going to happen. These people believe that they impeached Clinton. You know they're holding therefore they're not fucking joking around and yeah they were. They were totally joke. Around was a total farce. Is One of the really sad things about the. The story of America is really. You know what we've done especially in in me in your lifetime is just what's happened in the twenty first century to this country. I mean we really just blew the twenty first century. Forget being anarchists and all the moral problems we can have with America going back. I'm not even talking about morality as much as I am. Almost just from a business perspective like the bottom line like we went into the year two thousand with just you know being the most successful country that's ever existed and what we've done in the first twenty years of of the twenty first century is really been to like jeopardize everything it's just been you know. I mean even this is why we're living in this world of like Sanders and trump. You know these like populist movements on the left and the right because even like average person can just look around and go wait a minute so like we can't win are wars. We can't balance our budgets. We can't protect our borders. We can't have a cohesive culture. We can't like the very basic things that you expect countries to be able to do where failing at all of them and it's and I really. I put like the majority of that. Blame on the moment that you're talking about in the year two thousand when the Republicans take the Presidency the House and the Senate and this is like look. This is how we're starting off the year two thousand with complete Republican control and they just we had the most disastrous eight years. The last two were not all Republican control. They had it up to two thousand six. But those six years. If you want to just say of Republican control Just I mean on every level and absolute disaster. So it's interesting that that was the moment that you kind of your Belief that that things might change if Republicans everything. It was really such a such a terrible time for the country. Oh yeah it was unambiguous that the data lady the first thing they do is Medicaid. Part d whatever it was like what? What are you talking about you people? I remember very vividly ninety six. When Bob Dole was running against Bill Clinton and Clinton says Bob Dole was going. Bill Clinton was the government to increase it. Eighteen percent increase a twelve percent. Whatever the number was and I'm just like are you fucking kidding? Me Like this is a it was just and while he's doing that they're saying that he wants all people starving in the street early at that the nation of just like this is not for me. Yeah well there's something you know. It's funny that you mentioned the Medicare Part D prescription drug program thing because that's that's an important distinction because even if you were to grant the Republicans which I don't at all but even if you were to grant them though like nine eleven war in Iraq had to happen all the military budget build up and all of that. The it's still that still doesn't explain the outrageous growth in domestic spending. The no child left behind in the Medicare expansions in the every single budget of every domestic program. Going up So yeah it was it that really was I. I think I opening to a lot of People a lot of right wing people in America and part of the reason why I mean. Obviously it's it's years later but part of the reason why in two thousand sixteen a guy like Donald trump is able to become president So what so happens to you after this period so now you're kind of disillusioned about the Republican Party. You've been exposed to a lot of libertarian Literature and been around a lot of libertarian people. So what was your next step in your intellectual journey. It was it. I just full blown. Enter at that point I mean it. There's Hannah in there. Yeah I mean I was a hardcore libertarian. Already I would say but I mean at that point especially seeing the war state is just like I I by twenty sixteen when when when he came on. My blogger fee already identified as anarchists But I think became a significant bit earlier. Also they're pulling the supreme court like who Bush's putting up. Its kidding me. And what's his name? His Attorney General I forget the guy's name. He was a former spence. It was space anyway. They had Greek statues in the Capitol building. Any cover them up because they were naked. Like these classical statues and I'm just like you. People are just authentic just pathetic you have no problem killing incarcerating your own citizens but like like a ancient statue of beauty of the human body. This is a problem for you. You were not at all what I'm about you've always I remember I think you you're the one who said your definition of a right-wing is was the that question about people being better than others right. It's IT'S A litmus test. Yeah so so. Just tell people what that is if they're not familiar. Sure I think we're in a bit of a delay but that's okay The Litmus test says it's an easy way to tell if someone is Right wing or left wing if you end already cringing at the comments. But that's okay ask. What do you think some people are better than others and someone who is right wing? We'll say yes and someone who's left wing will give a speech and it has happened worked for me successfully one hundred percent of the time if he doesn't need to hear so would you. Do you consider since me and you would both answer. Yes without without a speech to that to that question. Do you consider us to be right. Wingers I think by most definitions. Yeah although I would consider myself to be very left wing. But there's several different ways to define the terms so I always I kind of like I mean I understand. Different people have different definitions right leg. You're saying there's different ways to understand these terms and certainly there's a lot of people There's a lot of people who consider me a right winger. Although the hard right-wingers would consider me a left or a liberal or something like that But I always personally. I kind of like Walter blocks just third leg on the stool I to me. I really do think that that libertarian. Anarchists are. It's just almost like you. Have this right wing left wing thing and we're our own different thing so I was doing on and I think that's cheating. Yeah I UNDERSTAND. I understand that you you a lot of people do want that but even someone like you to to describe you as right wing to me just seems off particularly as you mentioned with so much so much of your cultural views on things. Just it doesn't seem accurate like it seems like it's not cheating it is actually fair to you neither left nor right wing your own branch because for very obvious reasons. Both of these terms have achieved a boatload connotations in public discourse and as mechanisms to dismiss preemptively. What a person is say. So and I talked about this in my book. Like if you WanNa Talk About Mussolini and Fascism. Right which he achieved a decade before Hitler was in power. You can't because as soon as the safe fascism Like right away. There's all these kind of Gatien's not inaccurately because this is where it goes. You really make sure not down that slippery slope but again when you say right wing it has. And that's that's that's the other thing becomes funny that you have these boomer cons like Hitler becomes potato like it. They'll think I'm right. Wing Hitler's bad. There for Hitler's right right and then they'll have the rationalization as to why the left you'll be like you're crazy. I'm left Ray. Left brings good. Hit was obviously right wing Blah Blah Blah and people wanted to find these terms as whichever one I am. It's all the good stuff and they are. It's all the bad stuff and it's like it would be really nice if we kind of have the teams separate so easy but right wing and left wing have both many positive connotations and many negative connotations in many definitions and it always amazes me..
"michael it" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Like you are the the first person of this thing. Whatever I don't know look it up on urban dictionary so it's the og of the PPC PC. Oh I want a Hoodie that says oh gee of the PPC therapy great coffee game. Using I'm using the OJ. He see Coffee Mug today. That's apropos. That's another word Angela. Apropos nose at me and it means appropriate. Yeah I got it okay. All right so they're having a riveting conversation in this meeting May WanNa know what time we should bring out the cake. One Yawns Away Pantheon Pam says one o'clock to which Angela immediately says one thirty and then Pam Yawns. Yeah and then Angeles asses her yeah. She's like I'm sorry. Are we boring you will you know? There's in a deleted scene. I improvised the line where I said not Phyllis yes. Do you remember that high? Do I did and we all laughed. We used to laugh a lot when we did these. Ppc scenes will. They would let us go. They would give us a few lines and then they would just let us go and we would improvise the most boring like conversations like on purpose. We'd be like well. I don't know guys how I feel about paper plates. I mean which size should we get? So we get the large Oval One. No one gets oval who gets an OVAL PAPER PLATE. No one I think we get the square ones square paper plates. We would like we would do for so long. That's because Great Daniels loved the PPC. He loved our mundane banter so much he loved the dynamic of it and so he would let us. Just go on forever. I loved it. Yes it was so fun well then Dwight enters and he tells us that Michael. Once tricked handles for his cake. Yeah he gives us a list a list of SURPRI yet. Micheal would like and this is one Angela tells dwight that this is a closed-door meeting. Michael Ones Trick Candles. He wants a stripper. Gram and Angeles like no now. It's a closed-door meeting and then there's this sort of odd like stair off between Dwight and Angela and Pam's like what is happening yes. I have a fan catches. Well what this is. A fan catch from sexually woke. This person wrote in to say Phyllis is breaking at four minutes. Nineteen seconds when you talk about the stripper. Gram I did not notice this. The first time I watched it and I saw it gets a little smirk and I think you could think it was. Phyllis the character but Angela. We know Phyllis and I think this was a real phyllis smile. I'm sure it was. We laughed a lot in those scenes so I love that. I'm going to go back and look for that. That's so cute. I also want to note that when rain comes in and out of the door. John is not at his desk in the background so he bailed on some background work way to go. John Way to be sneaking get out of that I know I guess what was he. He was probably playing Madden football in his trailer with Brian with you and their downtime when they had scenes and they would yeah they were so loud you remember they were so loud they be like get at get them all right so at four minutes. Thirty five seconds. We now have this phone. Call between Michael and Jan and Michael's office. Yeah and Jenna. Did you catch who is in the room with Michael Ryan Ryan is sitting there for the whole phone call? And the call is so awkward. He's like hey I called she happy birthday and she's like it's not my birthday and he's like Oh. I thought we had the same birthday. And she's like no and then she's like Happy Birthday Michael and then she's like are we being filmed and he's like nope not at all and then he says jam just feel free to say whatever is in your heart and then doesn't she just like hang up clerk. Dial tone and they'll Ryan is sitting here and I have a little something to point out you go and watch the deleted scenes. There is a beginning to the scene. And that is that Ryan. The temp has been given the task to tie those balloons in Michael's Office. And so this is where the balloons though him and Michael are in his office. Ryan is tying a balloon to his chair and then he's like can I leave and Michael's like nope. Thank you so much for telling me this because I was wondering where those. Dang balloons come from because Michael did not walk in with them. He must've somehow ordered Ryan attempt to get them. Yes and then this Khalid of seen as the proof he makes them stay in for the phone. Call Oh God so miserable I feel so bad for Ryan that scene well the next Cena's very cringe as well because michaels in the kitchen and he is just hovering over this box of doughnuts waiting for someone and then win. Stanley comes in. He's like Oh my gosh. Somebody must have brought in doughnuts for my birthday Michael. We saw you carry that box in. When you arrive my buddy Michael Michael Michael Michael Michael. I have something to point out here. So you know and Booze cruise you and Jim. Look at each other for twenty seven seconds of silence right. Yeah twenty seven seconds. Is that right? Twenty seven seconds. That's right okay. I want you to know how long Michael stood with his hand on that coffee pot waiting for someone to come in so he could act like he was putting himself a cup of coffee. Act Surprise there were doughnuts for his birthday. He stood there for ten seconds of pure silence. Wow now if you think about the TV show you guys. That's a long time to leave a character just sitting there waiting for someone to notice him. That is so true. That's amazing. Ten seconds. Ten seconds he stood there looking around waiting for someone to walk in and then we'll and then later when toby comes in. It's so sad. Toby sees the doughnuts and he finds out it's Michael's birthday and he gives the most just upbeat genuine genuine happy birthday Michael. And then Michael is so me. Michael's like you didn't Burrell. Yeah I guess I'm not going to remember to give you a donut. I know he's such a third to toby. Toby so nice to him. I know so also happening in this episode. Is everyone kind of learning about the fact that Kevin's waiting for these skin test result? So like gyms in the in the break room and they're talking about it and Kelly over. Here's Yeah Kelly you mean Mindy Mindy over. Here's that is a mandate kaeling talking head when she's like. Oh my gosh. I never thought about death. Until Princess Diana's funeral which was so sad and then she pauses. She's like that. My sister's like oh it's such a dark it's such a darn talking head so dark. How many got through that. She almost didn't I want you to know look at six minutes. Five seconds mindy is so about to laugh. She's holding it together. Well then. The Accounting Department is discussing Kevin's possible. Skin Cancer Angela. And you are. I mean Angela. Martin is a real downer. She's a little bit of Debbie Downer. I mean Oscars like you know what? I'm sure it's going to be fine and I'm like don't give them. Also you don't know that is that pragmatic I think. She is You know I yeah. She's pragmatic she doesn't need to see the rosy picture she's like just give me the stats the what are the stats on this. The stats are. You should be worried. Yeah that's what the stats say. So next up Michael. Gets a delivery. Oh Miami he thinks that the woman is his stripper gram. He's so excited he's Giddy. He literally says here. We go and then hands alive made me laugh so hard. He's like. Oh this chair has arms. Is that GONNA be alright that line? That made me laugh so hard. He's like it'll be fine. You'll probably you'll walk around. It improvised that I feel like he improvised that. I don't know I don't know but I bet you're right I do. I wish I had the script for this one because I would look it up but I feel like that feels like that feels like something you notice in the moment right because they just pulled the chair side and it had arms and I think he saw it and he said it. That's that's what I it feels very much. Like a Steve Improv moment. Well I do want to just give a shout out to this guest actor Susan Foley who played the delivery woman. I thought she was great shoes. Fantastic shape played at super straight super. Real made it very very funny. Her confusion was not overplayed. It was perfection. Well-done Sousa and then we just find out some sad back story of Michael's Childhood Janai. His childhood breaks my heart. If so we have this birthday party. When he was seven he was so excited. He said they got a pony and cart and the pony gave him a rash and his mom rubbed Yam on him for three hours and then he missed the party. He said it was his worst birthday. We'll this is a runner and some of them got cut out but Michael had this runner throughout this episode of all of his worst birthdays. Comparing it to this one so this guy had a lot about birthdays. Well he's GonNa get pick me up from Dwight who's going to play the recorder for him while he eats doughnuts. Dwight is playing billy. Joel which is a runner on our show. We're constantly going to the Billy Joel Music Library on the office. I don't know why that is the longest time But of course Dwight Calls Him William Joel and then Michael is lamenting how he's being treated in the office and he says I bet Luke Perry's friends don't treat them like this and he references this poster that this is what the delivery woman was delivering. It is a poster of James Dean. Not Of Luke. Perry that his mom sent him for his birthday. That's what his mom sent him. Now do you think that his mom meant to send him Luke Perry or she meant to send him James Dean and Michael Just mistook it for Luke. Perry which which one is Michael? A fan of or neither isn't just Michael's mom was like I don't know what to give him. I think Michael is probably a fan of Luke. Perry and that's who his mom thought it was. That's what I think. I think like that story. I don't know but I I mean I feel like that's something my mom would do or my sister when you're at Christmas. My sister got me a Green Bay packers baseball hat. Yeah and I was like I don't I don't get it and she was like well. You went to Baylor Green and gold. Same colors I was like. What same colors right? Same call right so I feel like that could be sort of a mom moment. Angela one year for Christmas. My mom got me from I. Guess a local art fair in Saint Louis. A drawing of a woman and her cat She got it for me because she knows I love cats. I'M GONNA post this on office. Ladies Pod instagram's she going to get upset with you. She say something. This is a running joke in our.
"michael it" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Days Michael it's your bill to fill up your tank for the whole month of fifty Bucks right well what do we pay for gasoline to ten what I paid to seventeen on Sunday night and I heard someone paying under two dollars yesterday while there I pay two fifty three yesterday what the hell you always get the worst gas prices man apparently didn't get the memo stop by and among the height but stop by your gas on one twenty eight I I didn't I didn't I bought in my home town all right well here's your here's your here's your trivia question this week in nineteen oh one twenty third U. S. president Benjamin Harrison passed away from pneumonia at his home in Indianapolis Indiana we'll be asking our trivia question about Benjamin Harrison Benjamin Harrison turned down a position in the cabinet of which prior U. S. president that's a darn tough question he asked me six three five six six is our techs number but up for grabs a fifty dollar gas card and Lois will select a correct answer from that many winners that will undoubtedly have Benjamin Harrison turned down a position in the cabinet of which prior U. S. president right now I want to talk about Robin Hood first I think Mike we should explain what Robin Hood is yes a Robin Hood was a new online trading platform that started out back in two thousand twelve a couple Stanford roommates started up the company the maiden name on a few things one you could trade in stocks ETFs options I think crypto currency as well without paying commissions and so cut them back in twenty fifteen it was a big deal nobody else was really doing that I believe you could also buy fractional shares on Robin Hood Tucker you know that's the case I'm sorry repeat the question do you have a good buy fractional shares of stocks on Robinhood I believe they did introduce that recently which again was something that no other big custodian offered so since that point in time obviously Schwab fidelity TD all came out and match that zero cost pricing and you've seen that has been a big issue but over the last week and a half you know this is a smaller company news just on the upstart they hadn't really dealt with as much volatility as some of these other big brokerage firms had and what they saw happen is that for the third time in eight days their platform collapsed you could if you had an account there you could not trade it it doesn't mean that your you know your account just disappeared you didn't have any money anymore but if for instance yesterday you wanted to sell out of the market at nine thirty AM that wasn't really a possibility and likewise want to buy in at noon right the market was down by whatever fifteen hundred points on the Dow that was not a possibility there and in my opinion I mean there might be some stuff that they can do to share this up and you know reimburse investors but this is a company that I am not sure will continue to operate twelve months from now based on that I think publicly traded or private or with what Sir I do not believe they are publicly traded now yeah I mean you have to ask yourself even if you're a millennial investor with a small amount of money why do you continue to trade there why don't you move your account somewhere else right and most of the incentives of being there have kind of disappeared at this point and it if I can't log into my account for three times in eight days yeah even if you fix that issue I mean that trust is gone for me yeah the confidence right yeah you're you're you're just saying well it it's not that hard to switch switch jobs no no and and just kind of as as a public service announcement because I was reading that this was happening big time over the last few weeks with people trying to trade that changed historians from Robin Hood to somewhere else you do not need to sell your investments to change to students yeah that's been happening that is I I don't know where that information came from but you had people just liquidating their entire account at Robin Hood to go send the cash to fidelity or Schwab or somewhere else yeah you don't need to do that they were transferred the actual holdings that you own don't just go liquidate your account at the except in some very specific scenarios you might need to liquidate some specific holdings that you have but by and large if you just own some stocks in trying to go from Robin Hood to Schwarber Schwab fidelity don't go look at your account unless unless you want to do that anyway right right public service announcement thank you just a quick announcement the Dow had been up nine hundred points is now in negative territory yeah I did something right around zero right now so yeah H. flash negative five positive we are yeah this is all over the place open the day like some fifty operate under that hundred may I what I want to point S. I think I saw it up nine hundred point shows do we have another press conference from president trump this afternoon I'm sure the calling I've been seen announcement yeah okay yeah they're just D. you know so I've got people actually asking me you know when should I start buying and you answer is do you know if you think something's price properly and yet you feel like you can get it at a discount buy it now or you know you but I don't think you're gonna have to rush in other words I think this all told you were talking about Michael I think it gets progressively worse in terms of volatility doesn't necessarily mean it goes down but I think the volatility is here to stay for quite some time because there's just so much information coming out regarding this virus and oil the advice I believe in people as if you're you know if you're choosing to invest in this point just make sure that you're comfortable with the idea that it could go down more it could go down significantly more from these levels and we just don't know that's good advice that's good advice all right we'll have a full market update for you when we return to Dallas now turned positive it's now up twenty three points but needless to say investors are somewhat skittish on.
"michael it" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Thomas saying that's why we shouldn't sign the new collective bargaining agreement No Way the announcer should be making more than ninety percent of the players Michael it's a stupid tweet did anybody complain about John Madden when John Madden was making eight or nine million dollars a year and he might have been the highest paid guy in football back then because you didn't have quarterbacks making that kind of money John Madden was making the most money probably of any broadcaster and anybody on the field Odell Beckham junior I'm done playing football I just want to be announced announcer now that's the Odell Beckham junior is that a promise good luck with that it did it this shouldn't even be brought into the conversation that he's getting seventy well therefore we deserve more you guys are all interchangeable Odell Beckham leave somebody else comes in Michael Thomas when he's done somebody comes in Tony Romo is signed up for ten years how many super bowls with that how many of the top shows on CBS where the games that Romo did with Jim Nance that's all you're doing you're keeping a TV show intact it's a TV show it's not a football game yeah how much do you think the spillover will be on other players to retire a year early is to retire later when he C. were wrong with it I know other guys made a lot of money but this is astronomical I could J. J. watt with the injury says one out but when I tap out a year earlier than having you gotta be good will but we never thought that room was to be a member when he said he's going to both rock him well somebody knew it because I know I think Philip rivers will be a very good analyst as well I think he could be the next Roma where you go wow I did not expect this if you would want to do that yes he quarterbacks seem to be at our end at an advantage in that role though because they have to sort of read the field and they could say see this is what this guy is looking at and this is where it's going to be going to pass it over here because he's got this coverage whereas a lot of other position players can't do that well that's why I wondered about why you no doubt if you play for the cowboys America's team you're gonna get a lot of opportunities Jason Witten got the opportunity because he played for the cowboys if he played for the Browns Bengals rams no one would care but he played for the cowboys and ESPN thinking Hey Troy Aikman's going great Tony Romo's don't get great let's bring in our cowboy moose Johnston is doing great damage Smith not doing great broadcasting but you bring in Whitney wasn't ready for that because women is a guy who waits to get a ball the guy who throws the ball sees everything so wooden waited he would wait when he broadcasted you got to be proactive in chasing wasn't wired that way drew Brees to me could be great no I I think Peyton would be the best and I'll you know Collinsworth in Troy like they're all great but Peyton if you watch you know Peyton's place and he's got it all we got a sense of humor he's sharp he's got respect and his ability to pre call like we think Romo's good and it it he is the one who went to the line of scrimmage and goes from you guys blitz in over here okay you can almost tell the defense what they were doing but that was the brilliance of him and I think Peyton if they one offering twenty I don't think people do it but you know twenty million dollars to do that that's pretty good that question is this paid want to do that but Tony Romo good for him you know he's done well any did something different that nobody else has done I just want to know when that phone call from Chris Collinsworth agent goes to mark Lazarus NBC or do you just send it like a screen cap you know with just Romo signs for seventeen million and then you said it that way while Collinsworth picks up his you know twentieth sports Emmy or Troy Aikman sends a little note their best Cal Poly quarterback as quarterback and broadcasters still me yes for how much you think Jim Nance is loving this that it it the team because Jim dances in the you know the latter half of his career he doing fantastic but he gets his prime time you know that this partnership together he gets to have the focal point for the second half of his career but also I'm going to guess his price tag just went up to I don't I don't I don't know Jim's contract but he's probably say and you know making ten tons making seventeen I don't know I do golf I do a lot of things Fauria how about we split the difference and you can give me fourteen million Jim is on vacation by the way we did reject where is he where she vacationed vacations at home got a place like that result at pebble beach vacations in whole backyard is where I wanna go on vacations I want to go to Nancy's house on vacation I will take a break Jim Miller will join us we'll give you our best and worst of the week and your phone calls are welcome thanks seven seven three D. P. show take a break twenty one after the hour this is the Dan Patrick show what if a quarterback completed four out of five houses what if a point guard had four out of five shots behind the three point line well when you're hiring you can play at that level because four out of five.
"michael it" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
"We identify as Black Gay Jewish personal southern heritage and for me not belonging as deadly not belonging means. You don't have no kinfolk you don't have any mish buffer. You're not part of the family and a face. It a lot of my life face a lot of you know you're not good enough because and meaningless and shouldn't have been born number nine underachievement if I don't look or appear smart or there so that people just think I'm a I'm a dumb fat OAF because the expectation is if I'm GONNA be a big black guy at least have the decency to have a football in my hand or to be a a hip hop genius right a group in era where that also gave you know. Big Brother's a little bit of flexibility. But neither one of those things. I'm not cool if I reveal parts of my real self well. It means that I won't be taken seriously number. Ten and unimproved feature my name is Michael W twenty. These are ten things that scare me.
"michael it" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You we go to the store no I'm not you this is it you said now you know yeah Michael it's almost not I see exactly what's happening here all my gosh that is so overly do British accent is totally fine no one cares yeah the bakers about that can I add to a Japanese accent now how about a Chinese accent they are a dominant country no why is that what are we stick to your like George Bush let's go let's do a run down of all your act action from this from this year wait let us make a list here so I and I I'm honestly he also does on and what else did you do that he does ten gone really well do it yet who else who has deceived you I'm a very brief president Obama okay president Obama president trump on a very funny Clinton line the other day Clinton president well yeah I guess we did and then you know he do you want us to give you some like dialogue that's helpful yeah I should let me why don't we do the lyrics of to shallow and you could read them as George Bush okay that I I really don't like where this is going right okay tell a joke tell me something girl are you happy in this modern world good it's good it's good all right let's hear your Tim Gunn what do you need more else you're searching for maybe polka dots it's really good if you got it you got it you got it I'm falling and all the good times they've been many many good intravenous I find myself Hey how about Obama he's tricky because I I always I just do a very quick thank you but hi Frank Caliendo came on Twin Cities live in famously said that if you want to do a president president Obama which use use start real slow and then use it on the that's a good tip that's a really good tip can we hear your president Clinton that's the that's a loser one I just don't I really don't like to do it publicly it's yeah I don't know that I can do right right like that is because he likes any presidential impression I did not have sexual relations with that woman five out of five Gary sign I think I came from you know maybe I could go do the Gerry says different impressions of wood Rocco allow that my gosh I love that of rock out what is three plus what is a five Gerry I like it six right okay I'm doing a I'm doing it we want to take a break though good no no it's fine no great take is to break the break as bush George Bush right now fine make me sing and rap on cue at the break Kelly right from that morning show she gives a shout out to Donna that's next Lori and Julia this is just a little thing on bachelor people ever okay in the latest issue of people magazine on newsstands now bachelor P. provides details about what.
"michael it" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"For having. No, of course. And again, thank you for making the time. And we gave before we got you guys on a kind of gave the listeners a little back story of you know, the book where there were the ever trust. And the impact for me with that book, and I just wanted to share that with you guys too because I admitted myself into rehab for sex addiction back in two thousand sixteen. Yeah. Yeah. Two thousand sixteen summer of two thousand sixteen and. Y'all's book was with all the literature and all the stuff that I read when I was in treatment y'all's book was the book that really shifted and was able to change my life change, my mindset in change just how I thought about things, you know, I it was the first book, and I don't even know how long that I read cover to cover multiple times and a buddy of mine that guy that I became close with in in treatment best oh talk to this day him. And I when we got out of treatment, we always referred back to all's book. Remember what they said here. Remember what they said there? And it was it really was I just want to. Thank you guys for writing that for being willing to open up like that it just for me, if it's just one person all's book changed my life for the better, which ultimately changed Jannine is life because I was able to think and act of different way because of it. Wow, man. Thank you. Thank you guys. Really cool. So I guess I wanna start with Shelley Shelly. So you you confronted Jason right about infidelity. Yeah. So did was it just something where you just you kinda knew you. You knew in your heart of hearts because a lot of people ask me, they're like, how did you know? How did you know for me? It was just I just had that gut feeling. There was a lot of things that were you know, he was acting different on. And there was just something where in my gut. I just knew something was going on. And I don't know it that the kind of the same experience for you. Or did you did you find things or you know, I I actually I really thought Jason only had is for me. So in my gut I knew something was off even the day. We got married as I was walking down the aisle. I I knew deep down something wasn't bright. But I never ever thought it would be betrayal. So but a couple of things that happened. And at one point Jason had confessed to an inappropriate relationship at work and. And then again a couple of other things happened which led me to confronting Jason. And and so so, yeah, it was I I really never thought. This would be my story. I thought it would be, you know, the gal down the street or but not my story. Jason did you did you, you know, how long was that recovery process for you? I mean, I know with Michael it's obviously we've had our. Slips and stuff, and it's been difficult. But it was something where you you were like, okay. I I need to I have kids, and I have a family, and I'm going to, you know, go through with us and in be straight this way. You know, it was a little different for me in that we were early in our marriage..
"michael it" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Hey, buddy. Why why didn't you put my car in the shop? What we're going to make some changes. We're know you're out front and do the best out here on this auto, Gordon. Gordon, your motor about motor. That was the weirdest thing in the world waking up that morning and actually seen dooming walk out of that facility with all of your stuff. Remember, I don't remember. I went over the right away. You try to find out what the hell I was not supposed to happen. Everybody we shelter sale. It's just Chris stuff is not going to happen. And in all the press was over there and tried to get in a few out of me. I was so hot. I was chucking garbage cans get outta here. I could not believe we had just fire the head coach of a back to back Super Bowl championship team never done before. And I'm sure never will be done. Again. Did you love the Michael Thomas celebration as a perpetual playmaker? I'm I love Michael Thomas. First of all I had him a game changing. And nobody gives him the credit that he deserves is being one of the top. She was in his leap, but he's certainly it. And I mean, he's been there for years. Now, he's been there for years and people are just starting to get get ahold of in as much as it could have cost them the game. I I'm okay with what Mike would gain now because we're talking about go back and look at the numbers. This guy's been up every since he's gotten in the league, and nobody about and then does one little thing to celebrate. Everybody's talking about what profits demand to be nice and quiet. You only right. When the media on everybody in the media, you should get on yourself because you ought to watch it. It's all right for his bad behavior because when the bad behavior, come look at all the talk, Betty kids, not good food and has got no, Chris and fish and everybody's talking about forget about that two hundred twelve yards. He put up to. Yeah. I've been saying since day one that Michael Tom is looks like he's good at sex. I mean say. He has been ahead of that. He has Michael it's been unusual. Oh, here we go. Here we go back up news. Don't play. Well, what will? You didn't just let this go. I did just let it go. But now I'm worried about where it's going to go. But go ahead. Michael the floors, your it is something who's been saying it's been saying for years that Michael Thomas looks like he's good at sex. Disagree or I. Rain in code. Michael. I gotta be honest before Michael Thomas. It was you you were the guy..
"michael it" Discussed on Mixergy
"Dot com. Just how have some meaning. But for you. It's just it's just a holding company. Like, no one ever goes there. The only time we ever really sunny by there's when we're hiring. We have like a little about us page and make legitimate company, even a complete shit show behind the scenes. L? Let me say that. I look up on. A glass door. I don't think I thought to do that. I was really obsessed with your traffic. I trying to get a sense of whether you guys are doing I I don't I don't know how to confirm your revenue. How can I I consider my taxes on where are you going to send it a probably what my tax with somebody piano? We definitely were definitely gonna hit a million this year. All right. Thanks so much for doing this interview. And I wanna thank the two sponsors made. This interview happened. The first is a company that will help you hire. If there's anything that you guys need. I'm telling you, Michael it's gonna stick in your head at some point. You're gonna go to them top tau T O P A L top tout dot com slash Mickey. And for hosting almost everyone at this point knows hostgator. I don't even know why they're paying me. But they just re up for next year. Bought him more ads. Awesome. So good. They really are. Good. And I know they look at their numbers all the time. And I know they see how long do people sticking around the actually signing up. Whatever I'm glad they're coming in. They and topped out in for big. But Socheat who sells our ads set. We do not want to be dependent on anyone big advertiser. Even if they wanna buy more ads, we're going to start to look for other advertisers. And so he's got a bunch of advertise. I love the dudes like super fired up. He called me up yesterday. And you gotta hear all the sponsors. We got a bunch of them, but top towel and hostgator are coming in for the most because they've been doing so. Well, so if you're listening, and you want some social proof. I guess I don't have it. All I could have is look they're not buying a bunch of ads from us unless it's working for for audience top tau dot com slash mixture g Michael, thanks guy. That we got to meet each other. Definitely it was a pleasure, man. Thank as much family on that. Thanks, Bye-bye one..
"michael it" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Get below like, three quarters Gas station Remember I ran out of gas once in college in my in my college roommate who is. Twenty fives we saw him as he knows everything a twenty five. Year old he's been out in the world This is the army he knows everything wise elder village elder he. Said we Jack only an idiot runs out of gas which really. Stuck in my head it's true I love eloquence turn phrase but sometimes simplicity's, best only an idiot runs out. Of gas But it was true to the exception being the. Time my beautiful and wonderful wife ran out of gas. Entirely, circumstances stacking up. Against exactly the only other thing I was going to, add those see I'm a. Lot I'm lot braver because I. Got triple a. I mean, I run out of. Gas I just get on a smartphone So they can call you Somebody at ran out of gas I'm Jack Armstrong, he's Joe Getty on this. Thursday August ninth year twenty eighteen we're setting you straighten twenty, one eight or Armstrong and Getty and we approve this program, did, to hear that clip. Again Michael it's been too long that would be a good survey and you might have to let people. Be anonymous to get honest answers how old your are you and how many times have you run? Out of gas in your life I would just like to know I would be interested in knowing I never have never do believe my car shutdown. Once rolling into a gas station Which is the ultimate yeah I'm guessing a motorcycle several times because. They either don't. Have gauges they don't work I only have. Three? Gallons to start with right so it's. A, little, easier, but, still oh. Yeah yeah. Yeah that's different all. Right let's begin the, show now officially. According gifts e c rules regulations are gas tank is full of outrage and then energy to discuss. The matters of.
"michael it" Discussed on WTVN
"About jim jordan and the wrestlers feuding about wrestling you knowing about athletes athletes don't like being attacked verbally a narrative attack and when they do they gang up on ya i remember my story born and raised in the west side i didn't go to college i went to you in athens and not what wrestlers hockey players were some of the the most physical tostados thrown driven athletes you'd wanna meet so this jim jordan story surprises me and i find that hard to believe a two one wtvn mike you've been on hold for a few months what's your thought well what if it's true i mean jim jordan did know about it that's not good and he needs to be accountable so i can't believe we should dismiss any claim that he knew i think it needs to be investigated we need to fax before we emotionally make decisions based on our loyal loyalties of sports or collegiate academia i think it's all my objective who believe that it's possible jim jordan might have known and did nothing that's not absurd that is a very common act of politicians we have seen our country destroyed by politician but michael it's being played out in the national media the national narrative i appreciate your opinion appreciate your call thank you very much for.