35 Burst results for "Mid Ninety Two"
How Spanish Composers Influrnced Latin America
"After christopher columbus made his first trip across the atlantic ocean spain and other european countries began to colonize the americas. Spanish music had a big influence on latin american music. And so did the music of the enslaved people who were brought over from africa one of the first places columbus landed in fourteen. Ninety two was cuba. Nineteenth century violinist. Jose white lafitte had a spanish father and an afro-cuban mother whites composition that they yaqoob ana the beautiful. Cuban uses dance rhythms from haiti and the dominican republic on the island of hispaniola twentieth century. Cuban composer and missile. The owner was a pianist. That's lik wound up performing his most famous piece. My leg ania which is a spanish dance. Kunas family was full of musicians including his great nephew. Leo brouwer leo. Brouwer was guitarist until he hurt his right hand even after he had to stop playing. He kept on composing in fourteen. Ninety three columbus landed on the island. We call puerto rico spanish for rich port. The taino people who originally lived there called it. Land of the great lords in their language voted ken. Which is the title of this piece by. Puerto rican composer. Roberto ever
US Launches Mass Expulsion of Haitian Migrants From Texas
"The. Us flu haitians cramped in texas border town back to their homeland on sunday and try blocking others from crossing the border from mexico in a massive show of force that signaled the beginning of what could be one of america's swiftest large-scale expulsions of migrants or refugees in decades more than three hundred twenty migrants arrived in port-au-prince on three flights and haiti said six flights were expected on tuesday in all. Us authorities move to expel many of the more than twelve. Thousand migrants camped around bridge in del. Rio texas off to crossing from mexico. The only obvious parallel for such an expulsion without an opportunity to seek asylum was in nineteen ninety-two when the coast guard intercepted haitian refugees at sea. Similarly large numbers of mexicans have been sent home during peak years of immigration but over land a not so suddenly central americans have also crossed the border in comparible numbers without being subject to mass expulsion although mexico has agreed to accept them from the us the pandemic related authority in effect since march. Twenty twenty when the border was closed on sunday. The migrants initially found other ways to cross nearby until they were confronted by federal and state law enforcement. Mexico said on sunday would also begin deporting haitians to their homeland. A government officials said the flights would be from towns near the us border and the border with guatemala where the largest group remains haitians have migrating to the us in large numbers from south america for several years. Many having left the caribbean nation after a devastating twenty ten earthquake. Some of the migrants at the del. Rio cam said the recent devastating earthquake in haiti and the assassination of president. Moe's made them afraid to return to a country that seems more unstable than when they left.
Wainwright Wins 5th Straight as Cards Deck Mets 7-0
"Adam Wainwright tossed six innings and won his fifth straight starters the cardinals with the Mets seven nothing from top to bottom is a very good line up with a lot of very very dangerous batters there is just a lot of hitters over there can do some major damage so you have to you have to make pitches constable you can't get in for one second either got it through the forty year old Wainwright has sixteen wins this season and is ninety two with a two point oh two ERA in his last twelve starts a span in which he's gone at least six innings each time Paul Goldschmidt homered and finished with two RBIs for the cardinals Harrison Bader added three hits and a ruby for Saint Louis losing pitcher rich hill was reached for three runs over five innings as the Mets fell six games behind the NL east leading Braves on the ferry
La Stella, Belt Lead Giants Past Cubs 15-4 for 6th Straight
"The giants picked up their sixth straight win by blasting the cubs fifteen to four Tommy let's sell it was three for six with five RBIs including a three run blast in a six run fifth swinging a ball of fire make contact early in the count on B. conscious not so I'm actually not just make contact and messing yes I haven't really been doing that Brandon belt also smacked a three run Homer while San Francisco scored five in the second and former cubs Kris Bryant was two for four with two runs scored winning pitcher Kevin Gausman struck out nine while allowing three runs over six innings helping the giants improved to a major league best ninety two and fifty I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Highly Vaccinated Israel Is Seeing a Dramatic Surge in New COVID Cases
"I want to read to you. Listen to this. From israel one of the most two or three most vaccinated countries in the world is real confirmed cases july fourth to july thirty. First okay that's the summer it's going to blow your mind. Ages twenty to twenty nine fully vaccinated. Who got confirmed cases. You're with me. I'll i'll read it to you. It's best to read it to you. In percentages the clearest what percentage of fully vaccinated israelis twenty to twenty nine have confirmed cases of covert seventy seven point two percentage of population that fully vaccinated is seventy one point nine percentage of cases fully vaccinated that have covert thirty to thirty nine. Seventy eight point three forty to forty nine eighty three point nine fifty to fifty nine eighty six percent sixty sixty nine ninety two percent seventy to seventy nine ninety three percent. That's something of confirmed. Cases in israel with covert that's the percentage of fully vaccinated. And by the way just for the record like in the say the seventy to seventy nine age group ninety two point eight percent of israeli of that age group vaccinate fully vaccinated
Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again
"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual
Fox's Greg Gutfeld Weighs in on Perceived COVID Vaccine Risks
"Greg gut failed to lisa boothe pushing back against the narrative that the vaccine is highly dangerous data. The is weird. Because it's self reported and you it's not actually controlled. I mean there's people can write in and say whatever they want. cdc's still uses it as a source of information and that's reflagged early warning signs. And yeah you're right it's self reporting. It's not one hundred percent verifiable but if you look at for one year loan since december twenty twenty till now had more deaths than all other vaccines from nineteen ninety two now and i'm sitting in for me. There's no. I don't think there's any deaths caused by the vaccine. Yes there has been caused by maybe one. No there's been verifiable. Where poor title and henry. I think out of the millions. It's probably close to zero. But that's if someone is not at risk of kobe why would they have to go get vaccinated. It should be up to them in their own personal risk. No but that's an some people should get kobe. That's a different argument. what you're saying. I'm not disagreeing with you. People individual choice dot disagree. When i'm saying you can't say that the vaccine is high risk right now. The data says otherwise. It actually says that it's probably one of the most low risk things anyway. We've got to move on. And i tend to agree with greg. Good field i mean. I don't think it's high risk at. I don't think the data's data supports that at all. But you you get to determine for yourself if you're wanting to take the risk ultimately you get to decide whether you're going to risk getting cogut and that's that's a risk that everybody can take and in a sense. We're all taking a risk with the breakthrough infections that we've seen. There are lots of people who have been vaccinated who've gotten co vid and the vast majority of those people have stayed out of the hospital but this is. This is a decision you get to make. Why doesn't the left wanna let people make that decision for themselves.
'Candyman' Director Nia DaCosta Makes History as Horror Film Dominates Box Office
"Candyman director nia dacosta made history. This weekend she's now the first black female filmmaker to ever have the number one spot at the box. Office the remake of the nineteen ninety-two or film made over twenty two million dollars opening weekend making it. The second biggest opening for a film directed by a black woman. After aver duvalier's a wrinkle. In time
The Cowboy Bob Mystery
"Morning in may nineteen ninety. One a ten gallon hat wearing sunglasses. Beer-bellied bearded individual exit in nineteen seventy five to pontiac grand prix to enter the american federal bank building in irving texas. The person stepped into the banks lobby and headed towards the counter. Where young female teller was smiling cheerfully. Hello sir the teller said how may help you. The bearded man slipped the teller note. This is a bank robbery at red. Give me your money. No marked bills or dye packs. The stunned teller handed over a stack of cash from her drawer. The robber nodded stuck the money in a satchel and walked out of the bank. A seamless robbery with the perpetrator vanishing into the afternoon. This was the start of the near flawless run of large-scale bank robberies that occurred between nineteen ninety one and nineteen ninety-two they call the robber cowboy bob. Because of the ten gallon hat he always wore eluding cops for years and then after serving time having one more wild ride. This is the legendary tale of dallas bank robber. Cowboy bob. So cowboy bob again. I keep saying that name. It feels comical but it is kind of endearing to was always calm completely unarmed. Polite always almost completely silent. He avoided security cameras. Checked each bill for marks or dye packs. Stipends are those small dye-filled devices that someone in a bank and set off and they stay in the cash and whoever was holding the cash at the time like a bright blood red cowboy. Bob gave the teller a note announcing that this was a robbery and to hand over the cash and would casually the bank placing a new stolen license plate on the back of his pontiac. Every time and drive off the first five times. Bob hit it was masterful so much. So that the fbi who were now trailing him obsessively were driven crazy by how good this bank robber was the beard and the hat and a silence made him really hard to identify and the stolen license plates made him almost impossible to track. He didn't make scenes. He didn't peel out in his getaway car. he didn't attract much attention at all. He was always making me. Start to pull my hair out former agent. Steve powell told texas monthly in two thousand five. How good this thin little dried up cowboy be whipping us. His bad time after time
Gene and Roger: Partners Shared Unique Relationship
"In nineteen ninety-one jean-ann. Roger sat down for acuna with playboy magazine. The interview was nearly ten thousand words long. And you've really gotta read it. Imagine an intense couples therapy session. But with stories about marker sese and tom cruise thrown in it also gives a good glimpse at how gene and roger were getting along their relationship. Status wasn't quite thumbs up or thumbs down. It was more sideways in the playboy interview. They go out of their way to complement each other. But it's also clear that the years of squabbling between the two had done some damage and the things had taken a turn for the worse at one point. Jean says i felt strange from roger the last month to we've been drifting apart but as the nineties went on gene and roger sometimes awkward union would become less contentious. Thanks to some big events in their offscreen lives. Here's marlene eagleton. Jeans wife the most dramatic change came about. After rogers marriage. The chat nineteen ninety. Two and gene was a bubble husband and father for family was to joy inker and when roger married chance he experience like the same thing with her enter children and our grandchildren and it just became a strong bond between the two of them that they weren't headed but the edges started too often.
Training Your Brain to Be Less Reactive to Negative Stimuli
"It takes less than ninety seconds for you to think. Thought that triggers your anger circuit chemistry then floods through your brain and body and then flushes itself completely out of you but my guess is you have the capacity to stay angry for not just ninety seconds but for hours days or even years every time we rethink the original thoughts that made us angry in the first place we rerun our emotional circuitry stimulating. Our predictable physiological response. Like it is running on a loop because it is running on a loop and what this means is that we are biologically capable of holding onto a grudge for decades when we keep running that loop however there are things we can do to strengthen our resolve we do not need to rerun our old pattern behaviors. We have much more say over. What is going on inside of our brain than we have ever been trained to believe and getting more sleep is one of the things we can do to help ourselves. As well as our brain cells to not be overreactive we have the power to choose who and how we want to be in any moment regardless of our external circumstances when we are willing to observe our behavior and then retrace what thoughts and emotions lit up to that physiological reactivity. Then we can choose to change our thoughts. Shift our emotions and stop running on automatic. We our cells and cells organize themselves into circuits. So if i want to change my behavior. Or i want to change how. I feel about something then. I need to know what thoughts and feelings drove me to run that loop in the first place
Help Me, Rhonda: Rhonda Buttars' Confession
"Dog levels relationship with his ex wife. Ron butters had soured so much. So that on. Sunday may tenth nineteen ninety-two. He told her off in an angry letter. I've done everything i can to be a friend to you. Rhonda i have never bad mouth you behind your back and i have treated you as kind as possible on the phone. You've heard most of this already at the end of the last episode as i said earlier rhonda you win. You don't need to hide behind the answering machine or ask the kids lie or even make up lies yourself. I won't call right or send anything anymore. What you didn't hear was the aftermath days later on wednesday of that same week. We county attorney reed. Richards signed a formal immunity. Agreement for rhonda. This was something south. Ogden police. Sergeant terry carpenter had promised rhonda more than a year earlier. There was in kind of made between the i that immunity would be sought for. You would be no charges filed of inch her say. Your involvement with jewish is that correct and they're condition for motorola provider. Gene the traitor. We wouldn't have any problem and the reaction to that was that she had been shot. But that original verbal agreement had not carried the force of law rhonda heading criminal herself without a signed and sealed immunity agreement. That's really the first solid lead. The we had that she knew and doug and done. We knew he'd done a week. Never prove terry's entire case dependent on rhonda. She had spent months assisting his investigation with no lawyer. No safety net. We got so much information from her that we would never have got her. She had twice worn a wire into the state prison placing immense trust in terry. La dog just look at your track record. They've never been able to meet you. The time had come for terry to reward that trust the formal agreements signed on that day in may of ninety two promised rhonda would receive transactional immunity from charges like the capital murder case. Prosecutors were about to at long last file against her ex husband
The Benefits of Clearing Your Energy and Feelings with Caroline Perez
"Every time you have an emotion or traumatic than our life challenge. Economy creates a stress. Not in deals. Can you imagine like a bunch of stress knots and think of them as almost like a kink in a garden hose. So we're not like you know taking anything or moving all we're doing is on kingking allowing stop flow and we create these things sometimes with our thoughts and feelings so we have three choices when we have a feeling we can get swept away by a we can suppress it. We can let it go and usually what creates the knots. more is when we suppress it. Are we get sucked away by it right. So it's important to start to look feelings. Ask just information. I love to think of it in this way. So like you know if you walk into a room. That's just been painted and you can smell those teams are like ooh. I don't like that doesn't smell good. It's just information it's telling me know someone just painted here okay. It's okay. I'm not gonna freak out similar with a feeling like if we suddenly feel some anger if we just look at information Okay it's interesting really angry right now Because in our bodies really only feel it feeling for ninety seconds it only goes longer because of the stories the things we start an magin just letting it go at acknowledging it or even get curious and just like yeah. This is anger. it's not gonna be forever we'll pass right and just not getting swept away so another way to think about it is if feelings of balloon in it's coming up so it's like oh my god. I'm feeling the anger out. Right a key technology and be like okay. Get curious but not to grab the string in get sucked away away for days other things. Suppressing it in so like holding it down and you can imagine energy to suppress all these balloons. If you have all these balloons like it's you know it's exhausted. Physically feel that but then man just leading a up in letting it rise and let it go. You know it can take practice. We're not all perfect neglect epa thinking. You've a of our feelings. As just information into getting curious without nearly judgment can really help keep us balanced to
Josh Hammer on How Biblical Law Makes You Free
"And so josh let me just follow up. You know so. So in in the jewish belief of the old testament. It's this belief in the law that was given by god. And so if you were to even say that on a college campus you'll be ridiculed and mocked that the divine would give you away to live your life using the best reason based you can. Can you help equip the audience here of how do they tell their friends on. Secular type college campus. No there actually is a law and if you follow it will actually make you more free. You help us walk through that. Yeah now this is a fabulous question if they saw him and i both have a lot of thoughts on this on this exact topic actually so there is this herod dot. There was this their mentality. That is really kind of creeped in in the united states and a lot of western civilization for the past half-century really more than that the past century century and a half at least a lot of it is as intellectually downstream of enlightenment of particularly bad strands of enlightenment. Saw it i would add the alignment obviously complicated the scottish light of a heck of a lot better for example than other brands. But let's simplify a lot of this kind of this intuition that we are free when we are we have maximum consumer choice that we are free when we can use whatever social media platform. We want to realize our self realization self potential me. I'm a lawyer by training. And one of the more intimate supreme court cases of the past thirty forty years the planned parenthood versus casey kasem which effectively reaffirmed roe versus wade in nineteen ninety-two. Anthony kennedy. has this utterly ridiculous passage lawyers. Call it the mystery passageway talks about how like the great apartment human life. It's the eternal mystery. It's everyone's junie to define his or her own existence that's kind of this mentality to with climates right all this nonsense and it explains a lot as to why western civilization has just gone totally off the rails so rab has been adamant about this probably more eloquent ballad than basically anyone in this space. I don't want to take too much of his time. But there is a different conception of freedom is a different conception of freedom. that is not just libertarian. Live and let live. There's a different conception of freedom that true freedom that true liberty can only attained and fulfilled through living virtuous lifestyle which turning constrictions parameters and barriers in
Springer Hits Go-Ahead 3-Run HR, Jays Rally Past Red Sox 9-8
"The blue jays rallied in the eighth inning of a nine eight win over the red Sox Boston ready to six until George Springer crushed a three run Homer you just fought and battled and scratched and clawed off all day and you know it's just it's out on Scrabble feeling for sure Vladimir Guerrero junior added a two run drive to help the blue jays finished ninety two on their first homestand in Canada since September two thousand nineteen JD Martinez had four hits and three RBIs in his return to the Boston line up one day after he was placed on the cove in nineteen list Kevin Plawecki had three hits and three RBIs for the red Sox who find themselves four games behind the AL east leading raise I'm the very
Olympic Latest: Bach declares Tokyo Olympics officially over
"It wasn't until the final of the women's volleyball that team USA knew the top the gold medal podium after three sets to none victory over Brazil the United States at thirty nine gold medals and you go to China with thirty eight gold also came Sunday on the cycling truck Jennifer Valenti topped the podium of the women's omnium points brakes in the ring both Richard Torres of Keyshawn Davis claim silver Davis in the men's lightweight division tourism the super heavy weight category well this ideal of her third ever marathon took bronze the Americans final battle in the women's marathon he was topped the overall medal count with one hundred thirteen and it finished atop the medal standings every Summer Games since Barcelona in nineteen ninety two I'm John other pretty
Golden, again: US beats France 87-82 for Tokyo title
"Team USA wins its fourth straight gold medal in men's basketball topping France eighty seven eighty two the Americans took a five point lead into the half and pushed it up with many as fourteen in the third Kevin Durant had a game high twenty nine earned his third career gold medal Jayson Tatum tacked on nineteen to lead team USA to its seventh goal in the last eight Olympics going back to the dream team's title at the ninety two games in Barcelona Rudy go barren Eric forty eight tallied sixteen apiece to pace France which won its fourth silver in men's basketball its first since the two thousand games in Sydney I'm Danny cap
U.S. Releases List of 2019 Gifts to Government Officials
"Wednesday the us state department dropped their twenty nineteen list of high value gifts from foreign governments and it reads like monopoly man's estate sale. Which by the way should be happening anytime. Now he was seventy in one thousand nine forty when we met him. So keep an eye out for that estate sale but either four columns in this ninety two page document which indicate in the first call Who the gift was to gift date. And the date of acceptance the estimated value the current disposition relocation who was from and the reason that the gift was accepted right. Which pretty much on all of them. The acceptance was non-acceptance would cause embarrassment to the donor and the us government right right. And then then you can't take it unless you buy it like exports. That's better than we're in cahoots right or you can give it away which is like What most most folks do in the government right so The list was mostly gifts to to trump Some to to his underlying The guy was asking me pence somebody the kushner's etc pretty much. All of them were the vice. I mean come on anyway the list. This was mostly give to trump and stuff like ceramic dragon head from the president of the socialist republic. Vietnam i want to look into that. That was fifteen fifteen hundred ninety dollars. A brazilian hardwood bench carved to resemble a jaguar from higher bolsonaro. It's pretty cool. Levin hundred bucks a brown leather bound book of hebrew songs from netanyahu for five hundred a painting of donald trump himself to donald trump himself on a dual paying glass surface from also from vietnam. Fifty two hours mart gift. Yes mark gift right. I mean favors gift. But it's on the glass. It sound sick. Like if you're going to give someone a painting themselves it's gotta be
"mid ninety two" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast
"Ending the minutes. Seventy six Farrand score for the thurgau for spain. farrand doris score circle on you know this is one. Spain started to chill. Let's say this way they were Too much confident that they were gonna win and they definitely hot mistakes day star being aggressive day. This is one thing that i do not like out. Spain is said when they're winning by two goals especially during this game They just relaxed dealing with these gaming. We're gonna win like no you have to be awake for ninety five minutes. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise. 'cause you know is what happens in the minute. Ninety four a gross had a really really great opportunity of scoring the two to three It was crazy. Play iona z. Thing like soon finds player hit the ball with their hands by accident on a game de refree didn't think that he was recent to By like us guava would the I with tried to kickable of the you know the area the To the net but the ball sadly the bar decided that the ball was enough inside the like besides the goalkeeper's ned lane on it was more insider inside and it was a goal for gracia. So these at this point the game was two to three and in the mid ninety two like i said croatia tie the game number fifteen for gracia the an amazing amazing amazing play dot You know were they were able to the game. Three two three listing about this. How amazing on well played croatia. You know did it because it's not easy again to be losing by chew goals with five minutes left. Who would have thought who would have thought that they were. They would have been able to do not the game they gain the game went to overtime. 'cause none of the teams were able to Score ninety five. When i seem on may for that is goalkeeper may absolutely for me deep playoff of game. He was able to stop the for gun inside nate. I'm giving russia. The victory amazing play amazing amazing goalkeeper for me the best player by foreigners spain. More data is scored in the mid ninety nine. Great gary goal on these makes me really really happy because More the have received a lot of trade through this whole tournament so these goal on even if he's been broadly part of every or most of the place that led to go from spain but He for some reason receive a lot of hate from the media on an maybe other even team son coaches and do not understand why i think he played. I think he honestly if more taboo have never been in spain team. I don't think he's been able to make it as far as they did. And i'm being completely on at this point like is yours. Not keep made up absolutely important skews me Key on player for spanky was fundamental in the mid one hundred to spain scored their fourth goal leading for five to three fifth goal in the mid one hundred two. He was number twenty one great goal. Great lay the gogi. Brahma stopped suddenly for creche at the ball. Deaton did go type in it. I'm spain was leading Eight to five to three on. Is simone again. Stop the ball in to for a number fourteen. Tried to score but simone was not gonna allow that and he is the one hundred fifteen Spain had a clear opportunity. Mortar fell. I honestly think that was a penalty played. Ghosts gracious player fell in into morada on. He could've been injured. he was he was. I don't think he was the right thing to do for the Gracious player. Probably an accident because no one believes that he will do it on purpose but definitely fingers play undo patel by more at us reaction on murata's I guess i- anger because he was really angry when he stood up hito cut the referee on. He was like what's going on like. This is clearly a penalty on he. I believe sorry screaming Maybe spend his meaning goldenseal but over the it makes me e may came real matters. It was not the first time that that layer committed a full on against moore the under free miracle anything which you know again they are someplace that are not worth colleen and they are not worth saying. Yeah it's definitely Full on adopt point. There was only. Like honestly i would have called. But because they were for me he was a penalty. and i'm trying to be neutral. Even if i was obsolete tune for spain unseen croatia was. It wasn't better than spain because she was clear but the fact that they tied the game with five minutes left. It's not only impressive. But something that i probably have never seen before on something that is being happening this tournament on the underdogs like switzerland did it against france which we will be talking about that. A mason incredible game because it was a macy by like you know. Croatia i was see they put things together they mind. Was you know what to be before the ninety minutes And that they were able to escort two more goals that they were incredible. They were great and they were because spain decided that they were going to chill relaxed. Which is something. That happens to. Spain shadley. I don't like saying it but something happens. Like sometimes they use these. Were winning by two goals. There's no way they're going to go up. And they you know their energies they are. They done moping one hundred percent that bring out sixty seventy percent which clearly dossier work because again. Croatia was able to tie the overall for me. One of spannis crazy spain's craziest game At some point. I honestly think i thought spain was gonna lose. I was losing hope on then we came back on. They came back. Excuse me and they were able to to do it. And gracia play in the final the world cup in twenty eighteen. which is.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You have to use actors in the the razzies. He can't well. He's at but nobody. No one thinks. Mike lindell's yet frank. Here's the thing about the razzies. Though point of the razzies in my world is to take the high falutin stars and knock them down to size. Yes mike lindell's not a highfalutin stein need stars. That did choose horrible project in cash. Take the cash. I think you're right to your point. rudy giuliani. And they're either because she's not. I mean she's just star. I need stablishment directors actors. That's like the year when sandra bullock won an oscar and razzie showed up. Yeah right now. This is the this is the best Rudy giuliani one. Worst supporting actor for baratz film but worst screen combo was rudy giuliani and his pants zipper. I argue that the razzies are now kind of parenting themselves to a degree. I need good shock. Were geely or whatever those with a listers that they thought we're going to be great and they just suck but what do you do this year. There really weren't any you. You're not gonna do that to. France has been doorman. No but i. I don't know what came out this year. That was disappointing huge stars. The best docu off top of my head is like hillbilly lg. But even that isn't razzie worthy solid. Yeah but they can only pick what they had to choose from but it says it's not a disastrous was fine. I saw was fine and wasn't kinda okay. this was. This was the pond to pick from. I guess what have the razzies gotten more viewers than the oscars have they gonna happen. I'm saying rudy giuliani and my pillow. Guide these these early. It's kinda like we're coming up to Gubernatorial whatever and it was like when you know like mary carey runs for the porn star. Pat paulsen used to run. God you guys even know poulsen fine. Pat paulsen pat poulsen as a comedian from like the sixties and seventies who used to run for governor every year. But it's like it's a novelty. He's a novelty yeah. I know i'm just saying. I feel like they're fucking with their format. It's like when taco bell comes out with a desert to it you fucking tacos and burritos cinnamon sugar off the menu. Yeah yes okay. Well remember an now. I'm starting to see the connection here. Remember a few days ago when we talked about the tell. All book from janet jackson stylist from the super bowl. Do well guess what she's going to get religion wardrobe malfunction. She's gonna get to relive that because there's a new documentary about that super bowl halftime show and it's done by the same people who did framing britney for britney spears documentary so according to the new york post the team behind that one is doing the two thousand four performance of ms jackson and justin timberlake a source close to the producer tells posed quote. It's going to be all about the fallout and the suits. Who screwed over janet at viacom. The company that owned mtv which produced the halftime show and cbs which broadcast the game. They're reaching out to everyone who was involved. Dancer stylist directors. Everyone and this is going to air on fx and hulu but no date yet or. We're getting real specific. Docs yeah should be world war. Two one function casco jazz. Yeah baseball yeah right they just do shit and now it's getting down. Bussiers arc zipper malfunction. Great of ken burns. Did this one and somehow made it nine hours. Yes crunchy four part mini series. Forgot about that was tvos like right after it was like. Oh this is the most rewound moment in history and everyone was like. I thought you were creek. Keeping track of or watching. I mean that kind of came into win. But you know that was. That was a moment for sure or tvos. Like most rewind moment we watched. I think i had a tv. Oh my first stevo like somebody god for me and it just sat in a box for like seventeen months because they said you can stop tv and i was like. Because you're a sorcerer. Nobody can stop tv. You can stop it. But it's unstoppable. Say you can stop niagara falls. Stop it. yeah let's say you have to go to the bathroom yourself. You can't stop and then you eat your shit if you're on pop tv good arguments. Does that solve. I mean back when i was a kid. It would be like know that happened. And you just had to live with and you would fight over to the nail but now you can just go home islands. Back it up right. I remember going. I think this is new york even though we have on here getting to go to the broadcasting museum and you could shut out an episode there and watch it. Oh that was incredible jr. You is to Broadcast whenever we went to new york with kevin and bean we broadcast from the museum and it was such a novelty in the mid nineties. Two we would be. I guess we'd be up on like the fourth or fifth floor and it's kind of a tall building right in the middle of manhattan but like on the third floor that the archives and the building was empty. 'cause we started early in the morning and i do my bit and i don't have an hour to kill and i'd go down. I'm watching chico. And the man. But i remember finding the curator at some point. I'm like i one monday night. Football with howard stern. And they're like. We got monday night football but not with howard stern. Look the fuck. Tv museum a coward any monday night. Football during the halftime highlights. Howard cosell. I was in as in new york mode probably talking about radio. Howard cosell on the morning show. we did. We did one episode from that. Very location and howard. Stern was our guest. He call in probably picturing myself sitting in that room. That's right that's where brasco famously told de liano for a while to get out of the studio lie. It was a small space. There's so many people out yes. Yeah howard cosell and monday night football which is the fucking best and and he'd called. Is there any that on youtube. I don't know the the television radio ambulante stingy with the nfl and have it tv rights. All right let's bring it home. Oh speaking howie and howard's howie mandel s- gonna join us tomorrow by the way bringing it home. I'm gina grad and. That's the news. No.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"The meeting and let's see let's see what we can do with it sitting. In frederick i'm the guy who liked the slow version of my bed by drew hill and it was not the remix not not So how at this level now gotta ask at this level. How do artists handle rejection at at this level of year career people. That know that you're connected to the label. I'm not asking for shouldn't stories. I'm just saying that you know by this point in the mid ninety s. There's definitely a more hostile dial environment especially with the uprising of hip hop in in where it's come to where you know it's about dollars and cents in the popularity of you know. Are you allowed to express. I'm feeling this video or not and you know been you're somewhere at dinner in l. a. m. and you have to see an executive and how come you plan like how could because you were so that period in the mid to mid ninety two the early arts like how did you handle the juggling act of artists and executives egos so two things one is at mtv. We always try to find a place for something. Even if it was just one spin on on mtv on your mtv wraps the weekend version right. We always try to find a place for something that was that was that was that was our mantra that was our mindset. Like someone's gonna love is a an alternative rock could get a play on on one hundred twenty minutes so people understood. We're always trying to find something. That's one two is that i found. It was advantageous to establish very early. That this is a long game. I know i plan on being around for a while so we. We're not going to have this conversation. We're gonna this conversation but we're not going to lose our relationship over one song because you're gonna come back again and you know. Let's do this dance for a long term. Because there's sometimes i'm going to be able to do stuff the way you want it and other times we're not going to not going to so i think i think everybody i think so you saying that. They knew not to bite the hand that feeds them by. I don't see. I don't i don't think i i don't see it that way. Because it's not a matter of biting the hand like what. What could they do not give us the videos or we were especially then. There was still a lot of music being played on mtv and so it just didn't make it didn't make an account remember came. It came someone's ego had to get shattered. That was that big. I mean at some point Like you had been around. I mean okay. Let's take okay. You weren't you. Were going by the time forever. Came out when when when they're puppies forever album come out he nine nine. I want to say know what came which forever have a that was no no but i mean we have a story stout so is there a good steve stoute story. Well steve stoute story..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on DCL Podcast
"It does show that like there are there are different layers of connection between the parks and and even these cruise ships are being built with input from the imagine ears so storytelling is still driving. Everything somebody i'd like to do on our podcast is always tout. I've been in tokyo. Disney sea just annoyed people. So they have that at a cape cod and new york or the american waterfront section of tokyo disney sea. And it's really cool because it is it's they're all ports of call at disney see and so it's at the port and guess what's at the port a giant ocean liner right which makes perfect sense for it to be on disney cruise as well. That is really quite. Never put that two and two together. Hey this is at a protocol and it's on a disney cruise line right and tiny wise. What dizzy was built in the mid nineties. Two thousand and one okay. So the lobby statue for the magic would have been created before tokyo disney sea which is also cool. 'cause that's disney imagineering being like. Here's this random part of disney that we're not even sure is going to be successful at. Let's go take that and put an easter egg in tokyo disney sea. So -at's mean. I'm here for it. Let's run with that. Storytelling them just recently disney plus in a nut to not to cut off talking about see whatsoever. What you guys did with your podcast. But everybody listening tonight. I really wanted to go back to off. twenty one and twenty two. You guys did on the backstory of all the different characters and how they are interconnected. It's it's a great listen but disney plus has come out and they're going to come out with a new series from disney parks. Universe marvel cinematic universe acceptance busy parts university. The first product is going to be based around the society of explorer adventures. I guess one question. Do you guys think it's gonna work. Does how do you see it trending. I kinda thought about like indiana jones. Maybe the jungle cruise with iraq. Kind of kind of story line beaming. But where do you see them taking. Dc working. I am so excited for the so when we were recording our podcast we were talking about how they should do like show. They should put it on disney plus and then literally right abs- yeah right after we post like right after we are up that this was released and it was..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on CarCast
"On that, I think John Morton drove for for a stint as well, and it's going to be exciting to see. That car go up for auction because there hasn't been any comments on that car yet. There's a handful of them and I know that Steve Millen I'm sure is going to be very. We didn't mention that seek are when you're talking about seekonk. Ninety four was going to say, hey, car. Yeah. Yeah. So it's another three hundred forgot about that G car. That little. hippyish. Staring at this guy with my. Car rhenish shirt other. That's not my car. That's probably millions are mill Andro Mall. Whatever more than Mellon? Johnny O'CONNELL. Yeah. So mine has I think Millan Morton. Panels name on the on the side mine my car one, its class at sea bring I. think that's the and some a couple of other races too. But the the real history is one. It's class at seib bring and I guess it would have been ninety four probably probably something but those those Cunningham Z. cars are really cool and I think they're Kinda kinda coming into their own that's the other car in the collection that when we look at it. You say it's incredibly complex and we had the guys that came over that part of the team who built the car and they said Hey in ninety four when we built this, it costs a half a million dollars to build it was it was incredibly expensive complex to bill at the time, and now when you see that because that's a trans axle car, the not all of them were. So it's really cool to see without the body on it. Yeah. A lot of lot of CRO moly tubes in that car and the I guess the first couple of iterations had just a straight ahead five-speed bolt on bell housing and these the after that they became transacts all cars but. Really. Cool. Complex pieces if you get up on those things and they'll have. When I bought mine, it had the front clip with the decals lights on there, and then the front clip with the working lights in all that and the markers and everything for endurance you know for Daytona and. Probably see bring it must get dark could see bring, right? Yeah. Let's it. Always rains I mean eventually it gets dark and we're talking about during the race. I know the sun will set them back to the question what's going on with with Nissan Motor Sports? Well, we've definitely seen a resurgence in overall vintage racing series across the country. which is really kind of the staple right now of our motorsports backing. So we love the fact that all of our enthusiast going out there and driving their cars really enjoying them out on the track. Outside of that though. You know who knows some of them are asked some of them are assholes I've been racist with these guys. They're not all saints you guys are here is a couple of guys in his five ten I can. Tell you that right Roy Arm issue listening. Maniacs hanging wheels on dirt trying to pass on the first land always trying to win. Oh, he's trying to win. Competitive on what? Do you guys are are embracing the vintage motorsports aspect of it. It's been. Many years in the making trying to get even Monterey the Rolex historic to accept those cars starting to get more of vintage Japanese cars there. So we've been fortunate enough to have a few race a few over there. Not Really A, Monterey, five, ten group yet but we're GONNA we're. GonNa get there I think I think it's coming. So you know as far as the vintage groups go they were little there were kind of snobs. Italian cars and one of the German cars they take. Lonzo legal elevated Sean say take they take the American. Trans. AM stuff but not the two point five transam stuff and over the last couple of years, there's definitely been a shift a lot more Japanese cars a lot more roadsters. Five tens starting to get involved and now they're such a large group of five ten be sedan guys out there that were were lobbying to just get get a run group going I think we're going back in December and doing a race I know there's a race coming up in SONOMA's a couple of weeks. Yeah. We're not going to be able to get to but Hopefully the vintage much like what you see happening on, bring a trailer and the price of these cars going up so is. The respect for these these vintage datsuns coming around in vintage racing world. So they're not looking down their nose and also there was an old guard. And the old guard is sort of moved over and the newer guys are coming in and those newer guys do remember seeing those John Morton races five ten back in the day, and so they have a kinship with those cars is Nissan. So some of the some of the manufacturers you know Ferrari and Mercedes and maybe porsche there's the really getting into the vintage in terms of re popping parts and doing restorations and that kind of stuff it it makes sense to me that Nissan is going. To, go go along that as the classic or whatever they call it to an extent. So we have our greatness vaux group who do phenomenal job with supporting our our current customers right now. So we love them but we're also looking at some other opportunities. I don't know if maybe some of you guys have heard on the Japan side, we've started reproducing are thirty two or thirty three parts. You can expect to see our thirty four parts. I know those are becoming extremely popular here in the US. But for the vintage Dotson stuff. That's definitely something we're looking at maybe. Capitalizing on and I know our counterparts in Japan as well to really kind of bring some of those parts that we. You guys can't find anymore that I can't find anymore. Back into production. So that way we can really start offering and supporting all of you guys are enthusiasts. Well. Jonathan I think a good note for you. The MIC baton over to Chris. As, well, put your hands together for Jonathan. Thank you lurch everybody. Tonight. Later tonight. That's right. All right. So we bring Sorry. My guys mix up. We got Chris over here Chris Carl Director and other Chris President of this another Chris. Another, Chris Yeah, same height. Director President of Z Club Association. Is this all your baby here. Yeah I. Guess You could say if you're going to blame anybody, you can blame me for this. What are you driving? So I think I have A. Three fifty Z right here. However, it's not mine. It's my wife's who's got my camera right here in front we have tens today at him. A real stable has grown to three fifty. That's the one Jonathan grew up with. That's right. Happy. Put Him on his shoulder right after he stopped crawling. So what What ten? What are the other nine Z's we have? Serial number two, one to forty Z. A. Seventy seventy one and seventy two, we four the mid nineties two or twin turbos to convertibles we have an eighty seven turbo and then we have well the new addition to three fifty. Which is serial number zero, zero, three, zero, number thirty. And then tonight you get your order in. Four I have tried they won't take my deposit yet I'm looking over at the Nissan guys and they're turning away saying, yeah. Go ahead and wave Dan I wait a minute. This is how you sell cars guys got pocketful of money you guys are walking away. Yeah he's a legacy man you have to give them that got. The I see have a nineteen seventy what what's the color scheme on that? It's a silver on black car. It's actually in paint right now. So as you restore him this one's been under restoration longer than I'd like to admit yeah. It'll be done hopefully for Zeke on next year. Okay, how long have you guys been doing this event? This is our first time here. It's quite it's quite a trip for. So this is our thirty third annual event and ze-kuin is the longest running and biggest Z. car event anywhere obviously our populations a little lower this year due to certain things there's gotta be somebody here who's been to all of them. There is one gentleman. Here that's been probably everyone of them. Right? We have one gentleman has been a thirty to. Find. Somebody hit all of them. Do you actually been all of them? Unfortunately older than Jonathan but not as old as those other gentlemen. My I was actually an international ECON in two thousand, one in Canada and Canada I was GONNA ask are they all in the same location? He travels around. So Zekan's stance her internationals e car commissioned, but it's really north, american-based. So we've been to candidates Weiss, the rest of those of all been in states. I I, trying to..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Evacuations. The county animal Services south Shelter on Sweetwater Road is also welcoming evacuated animals. Meantime, firefighters working on that valley fire getting a bit of relief from Mother Nature. Today meteorologist Miguel Miller is with the National Weather Service. It's going to be Significantly cooler today. I wouldn't call it cool significantly. Not as hot. It's going to be closer to AA 98 99 degrees out there where the fire is today, and one nice thing is that we don't expect any Strong offshore winds going on today, Miller says cooling more cooling is expected tomorrow but we could see Santa Ana winds tomorrow. Several records were broken over the weekend Sandy Handy public health officials reporting 308 new covert 19 cases and three additional deaths. That raises the county's cumulative totals to 40,650 cases in 707 deaths. Two women and one man died between July 29th in August 31st their ages. Ranged from mid fifties to mid ninety's two of the three had underlying medical conditions. CSU's corona virus cases among students rising again over the weekend. On Sunday, the college reported 286 confirmed or probable covert 19 cases among on and off campus students. CSU has reported 184 cases among the student population on Friday. The latest jump in case this comes one day after school officials issued a stay at home or for all on campus students through tomorrow morning, a Somali government officials says An American officer has been wounded in a car bombing today, the regional official says Theater back in the south of Somalia wounded a U. S officer and killed three Somalia Special Forces soldiers The Al Qaeda linked terrorist group Al Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack and says it killed 20 people. Meantime, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has pardoned a US Marine convicted of killing.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on Racing Post
"Ten to one back. Now then Dj. Went on. To the bathroom for this and a look back at that Rice goodwood icon account. See how my own is the same price as Colucci showed he's got shorter isn't it? Yeah. On that road absolutely that run. Yes. He should be way short I'm the batting is ridiculous Bush. I just go back to that Alaska performance like Lucy and like it was it was absolutely it was absolutely breathtaking I talked from Caluzzi I'm I think. I. Think it was just grinding like it was really really fast cravings and Michael and I don't think Lucy hamlet at our. Ratio Keener already leads then he was switched him behind them. You know he actually didn't hydration once he was beaten Jim. Except situation? Yes. She was beaten for seven favorite, but he's fleet support seven favorite on grand eating behaviors. I think you'd be much more home in this surfaced distracted soup better. On. You Know Me Bruce into forgive debt while I can see your point I think colosseum. Dj Guys to COLUCCI. Nile goes four. And this is very tricky with a nice slightly raised tights in here they're just the exact type horses that I've backed in the past at Haydock for them to get off. The track for whatever reason it's just those two some exposed horses sometimes, I'm not GonNa make that mistake here a kiss is not the best horse in the race I. Think he's the best bet at the prices and he loves it here to from tree but wins coming on soft grains wouldn't very easily in a competitive handicap last time with one before Lancer. So dot correspond canes for more here than most other places particularly in soft ground I thought. It. Was Interesting Book Ryan Mirrors well and is really disappointing. Khalil. Time I taught he's a certainty and so it wasn't sure what to make them but you do have the grain as an excuse as Egypt said just when he came off the broiler, he looked very uncomfortable on it which that will normally tally something a lot of horse can travel and grain they don't like. But when they're asked a question, you really find I bet them like my open. He. Actually ruined the race dot de I'm just wondering. The the fence. I mean he was fronting the race that went really slowly. So maybe he should have been kicking on Tis, it went quite easily. Initially I know we did get hampered. I'm not one hundred percent. He can definitely win this race. He's favors I'm not sure he deserves to be. Okay. So you're going to have a case like I say, DJ's going for clues. Are you going to agree with the Lonzo? Wrong how will your own to new Kaethe Melrose? Walk. Up to large degree. I think the truck, it goods, it might. But neither comes into it here because offer very different that. It most obvious. Hated it s all could winds on a week when. Horrors eight. So I'm chocking knots why you should be the same price or short viable overall. The I don't think you see a better handicap performance. The whole year is whether the battalion. So I am going to try and get the money back on him because I still think he's Good to at least. So the to racing place nights are going for COLUCCI and had pounds. Everybody is GonNa Kinda. Let's move onto the to fifty. Now, the best odds on the fair exchange handicap over one mile six furlongs just the five runners and William Hanger says the favorite. Now, your favorite main is our seventy four favors tyrian fabled treatable an Algebra brand seventy-two, mid ninety two and Dancing Harry, one? Now then not if you're gonna go for the favorite. Hey, go do some forgiving having it wasn't melrose Iran already Torres Yeah. Like if there's a race that we're to go. I really don't think it'd be having a baton of no strong opinion on its this and like you said, faint very hard choice favorite moon with still ketone. At least have made some sort change it tallied the defender problem. Dab Ran has a lot of ways The Chelsea could class them here after the gambling up I just chance him forced to pick one. But again, probably, not bad race for me he never forced as we will whites-only show. Anything don't have a bad kate. So you'RE GONNA go. I'm really tourist and whether Alabama and that's one of the favourite men issue from last time I was massively. And disappointed couldn't fight it. Explanation Will Push Resolve normalities stuck tongue tie on the might find something they might be guessing. If they have found something coupled with if he is the Horsey League seven fours prices of the year. So I will be having a little bit of a fool I think fever but won't be talking like might have done because of the York. Seek Katie's back at the scene that really really good win. In his previous run be subjected as his year. Yeah he did a Dj what you make of this. Longtime Scott. Saints. And I actually remember I was off for two weeks and when he back this week but I remember Molin Milano China listen to the puck past at day favorite moon was running and I don't ever heard keep Monroe's so sweet and came to the Knox he goes look if you just want to put up a winner just grow favorite mood and so I'm not surprised that he's keeping the fate I don't know like. You probably could forgiving just one bad ronin. The had looked really progressive prior to that Bush sets the one that I'm going to challenge the prices May Drier Far William haggas on. Their own believably impress holly oil and just a mirror lunchtime with chester and I thought that was a really good performance. He was odds on an and he probably just did what he was supposed to do. He was ready to eighty four Nicholson trees but I loved the performance I thought he really devoured the grain homes race I taught of to win to announce. He would have been Domo traveled quite clear at the Lions Disabled sue just think he's one of these really progressive handicappers. He hasn't gone up for Women Chester am I think he's kind of under agency our it GAM I think at the moment is potty. That's too big. Certainly apply to so midrise for me. Let's move onto the to fifty. It's the fair exchange old borough comp. It's handicap over one mile and six hundred, seventeen runners old five is this is a real cracker I'm looking forward to hearing about the lights have to say Kaethe will go first but I would have no oil with patty lights shove betting. Yes we're paying fight places hair bruce. Intend seventy two favorite blenkiron glorious fifteen to future investment eight to on. CAPE. Coast Eighty one at regency tend to an Australia. Australia's ten to one eleven. One Bear. Case, you've been doing plenty of sussing what have you come up with? Potty again, you can get much bigger than ten one of Australis I think he's a really big price the again, he'd lived really progressive be beat KC hoover and saying to. And Play I lost OSCO WHO's traveling perfectly well of the street and just wiped out so you can against that Rhino. Basically eased Autho. Taken as the improving courses and at I ten what is still are per fear price, but you can get a really good price. Excellent Keith goes for Australia's and suggests you shop around. Data, which they some rice this isn't it? Yeah. I absolutely loved one unless. We went all week at six, hundred, seventy power and..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Matsui one out knowing on top of the second no score and song on loop file third base on it's going to snow here tonight they say whoever they are two to four inches but they did call it plow the snow I've never heard that term well they're tough appear flour malt shovel a bold one of the Dorman said at the hotel there's a to do Hey he's going to three strikeouts in the mid ninety two miles an hour looking for something else obviously plus one right through it juniors Posada he is two for seven in the series no homers or RBIs the Dodgers beat the cardinals three straight the angels beat the red Sox three straight **** trying to beat the twins three straight Colorado and Philly play later tonight well they bundle of the Coors field was thirty degrees in Denver and that series is tied at a game apiece they don't have a dome the which is bright and they're also gonna have a lot of travel mile high stadium knows called invesco and Coors field are really close a few minutes away man doing what is right now playing the Broncos so it's a pretty exciting time in the in Denver tonight you know one to close on a two out snowing on now that's all right hander deals outside one one now both deal swung on a fly ball foul down the left field the bono ahead of Posada wanted to that's been a great thing for me is out ahead of the hitters one two breaking ball inside that's a slider and the count two and two to post Saddam the center fielder Denard span place please let the love center he's about ten steps over in left center field for both sides the two two outside there is a singer bending away from both sides in the count three into we're talking about the fans here they are very lot while one of my favorite memories was in that first World Series in Frankie viola ran out on the mound with him in his ears to his children he said his head was spinning it on the ground in the first good Dyer feels lips to pro bono doing the another one two three the end of it ending in a score on the X. radio network driven by G. and sprint our priorities keeping our customers employees and communities safe during these uncertain.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"The popular that was my problem I was in the looking to make a I see that and the record somebody said yeah H. sit down stand to pass a trying week trying thanks okay that'll be a mind of its I'm just meeting you will be I know the genesis right now and I'm hoping to lead you to if I take another one down the magenta someplace and abuse of mine and I think that often this is the damage of last last but what you what you want out of what was the most of that's what I'm we go reserve do you want yeah yeah one three big boy's neighborhood and we real ninety three choose you planted in click so D. seventeen because you know you you freaking we'd like game please ninety three Ellie do over here because our real speed fast army goes party be future being some big meal to Jane's blue face little baby and many many more over thirty different stages if you would like to go out in the mid ninety two had a seven eight six six two four six eight nine two three days eight six six two four six eight nine two three big.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"I won back in nineteen ninety three's and engineers had long very successful career in motorsport, Mark Williams. And I have to say we'll credits because there's all sorts of things we could it's all about all the successes. We could have hold you in for. But we're talking about something that didn't go. Well, so thank you for being willing to to revisit it. Not pleasure. Ed. I'm an when you look back at avenue is a what are those bad seasons? Illit backing out wanna gotta go through that sort of thing. Again, I involved in too bad cars, the first former three thousand we did it lower than nine hundred fifty and say, the Ninety-three former one call, and I think both cars teach you, Hugh. Huge amount. I think at the end of the day when you winning about the only thing you learn how to smile that's very true. And actually, it's one of the reasons why I have a fascination with bad from cancer probably started off, and I was much younger. Just finding them quite funny. But actually eat Alern about what happens even on the outside. You can learn about how these calls go. Nobody sets out to make about car. Very few of the bad cars involved. People who aren't competent though, there's a few hammering schemes in history, but most of them. Good people. Good potential. But this stunt comes together for some reason. So that's why it's interesting to delve into call this that is often forgotten that also joining me is concerned concern us feeling is enthusiastic about bad. If one thousand nine authentic thing anyone is these yesterday about bad if one causes as you all read, but I think it will be it. We fascinating had the pleasure spending. Sorry, Mark of the dossiers and very stories and muffing Kim. I'm looking forward to hearing the the insults that that he's going to provide as often forgotten now what was called a Lola scooter Italia. Team win since ninety three amid high expectation certainly on the outside Scarola Talia was established as a capable effort had a couple of podiums with the lower machinery in previous years load was a hugely successful manufacturer. That's only a few years earlier produce the Elsie ninety. It's repaid him finish six in the championship. Broadly, the owner of of lowly he described the alliance's Tracy in new power while and he was talking about it becoming its team. Did it feel? At the start of something really positive when it when it first came together during ninety he did because we didn't realize which season every was talking about. So there was a first meeting and was a practitioner, Tony woods myself, and Eric and probably my blown shea. We were just discussing the project, and it soon became apparent that? We'll for we had a year to go. And this was a ninety four season car an area was talking about Ninety-three, and Tony would stood up and said, Eric, you're absolutely mad. And I'm not going to do it. And he left the room. So he employed another production engineer to make the project happen. And he said, I'm not doing it. Because I think you'll mad which is quite interesting. Where one of the directors of the business says euro mad, but of course, as engineers we would just excited with where to getting back into Formula one, and we're not discussed it with Eric. He made a very valid point. He said we've been running race cars on bump Robinson springs for a long time now, and it's all the bit dull active ride, that's what we're going to get into. And that was his whole motivation for doing it was to have a platform to play with active ride. And so this would have been. When you having first discussion. So is that in the middle of ninety six the official nouncement was kind of mid mid ninety two about about this TB, greater we should say all the all the hyperbole and talk about it was it was it was more than just what's good. You have. It's highly had before with the lower which is a more straightforward chassis supplied. This was kind of a joint venture was and it was gear Italian Lola. So so what what was the time line in terms? When you first started talking about it..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on 1A
"His fifth time. He's eighty two TV pictures of him show him to be kind of confined to a wheelchair. It looks like and very out of it. And he's run this place as sort of an authoritarian, you know, sort of the electoral dictatorship as it were. And people are sick of it. The problem is how geria- went through a very nasty civil war in the mid nineties two hundred thousand people were killed. And so I think one of the reasons that Algierians have didn't go down the route of the Arab spring as I saw was happening in neighboring countries had already gone through their own civil war, and what reluctant to kind of create the conditions that might precipitate another civil war. But hey, we are again and beautifully. Go. You know? I mean, he's. Not an impressive leader at this point. He does I I'm not sure you can even speak the TV pictures. I've seen him suggest that he's completely out of it. Let me get to a story out of India this week Indian prime minister Narendra Modi said that India had shot down a satellite with a missile, the advanced technology. That's required to do. This would vault India into an elite group of nations it's been seen as a shift in the balance of power in a region that can be unstable in that regard. And the Pentagon confirmed this test rub before we talk about the security impact of this. There's also political impel implication for render Mody because there are elections coming up. That's right. And the election start in about three weeks time, these are elections that are they lost for about five weeks. I mean, if you think the American election season is long and expensive think about India, the second most expensive elections in the world, the most number of people voting in history nine hundred million people, it's a very big election, and it's sort of a referendum on KOMO the as such because he's been in power for five years, and he came to power promising a whole swath of things that would imply. Move infrastructure in India creating jobs for millions of Indians, you know, putting a smartphone. And every Indians hand he had all these promises. And you know, many would say he hasn't come good on all of those promises. So in the last couple of months, we've seen some very interesting developments on that front. One was India and Pakistan nearing the brink of war and right around about that time, the Indian media was whipping up a lot of jingoism in public sentiment that was both anti-pakistan, but pro the government of the time, which was these government, which then led many to think that you know, maybe Moulvi has a good chance of being elected because of pro-government sentiment at a time of crisis. And so that there are critics who say that the timing of this particular announcement why announce that you've got this big new missiles that can shoot down sidelights in space today. Why this week why not wait for a few more weeks? And and so if that is. Is the case? I mean all signs point to the fact that young Indians like this kind of stuff they like to appear to be strong. They like India to be seen as muscular to be competing, not just with Pakistan, but with China, which is one of the other countries that has this kind of technology. So on the one hand, I mean, this is significant in that similar to having nuclear weapons this elevates India into a very league club of countries that have space capabilities, but the timing is a bit suspect. And I do think it will have an impact on the elections. We've been getting a lot of great questions from several of you about some stories that we've talked about in the round up. I want to back up to a few of them. But I dare I wanted to get your reaction to something that Facebook announced this week Facebook announced that it will ban white nationalist and white separatist rhetoric from its platform. Now, the social network had already banned white supremacy rhetoric and historians and advocates say there's not really an extensible difference between white. Nationalist, white separatist white supremacist at least not in terms of how the rubber meets the road. But this news comes two weeks after a series of shootings at mosques in Christ's church..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"From the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Erin vendor. I'm and time. AM six four hundred Conway show. This is pretty cool. Bellio. Just hand me this. It's from the fed up fed ex. He says dear snowflakes that will make fun of you. So please fill out this form prior to commenting on my tweets. Your cooperation will be appreciated. This is great. And then date of hurt. Nece hurtful nece what time were you hurt? What caused your butthurt? Somebody posted it or offensive picture on the internet was a tissue needed for tears. Yes. Now, we'd be able to move past. It reason for filling a for violating the report. I'm an idiot crybaby and thin skin. I'm a little. I want my mommy, I felt picked on. I'm better than everyone else. I'm a prude. It wasn't my job. No like myself. He's today. Life just isn't fair and other. That's right. Yeah. People are offended by a lot. Hey, real quickly. Tomorrow starts official kick off the boat show and people have been texting emailing me saying how big is it is it just one hall as it. No. It's one two three four buildings and one of them is huge one big huge monster building and then three half buildings. But it literally I mean, I don't know how you can do it all in one day two days. But that's the boat show starts tomorrow, and you can go if you go to the website, Los Angeles boat, show dot com. You can see the exhibitors there the map you can also check out photos videos. Pressroom attendees all their there. Ding Dong, and you can buy tickets online. Well, look at show admission. Digging by parking online as well. Oh, man, they thought of everything. So when you slide in there, you just you've already paid for parking. All right. Very good. Mom, a mother has fallen in love with a fairly unusual situation. Erin long started dating the mother of his thirteen year old daughter last year. It's kind of like I'm living in a science fiction story confused. You see Aaron was a sperm donor in the mid nineties in two thousand five just selected his sperm to have her daughter with her female partner. What was it about? Wait a minute. Aaron was a sperm donor in the mid nineties. Okay. I got that in two thousand five just selected his sperm to have her daughter with her female partner. What was it about? Okay. So the mother was a lesbian. And had a daughter errands profile, and now is heterosexual nitwit. No, let's hear it again. I think that's what's going on. Here. You see Erin was a sperm donor in the mid nineties. Okay. Aaron has to be a male, right? Okay. Two thousand five just selected his sperm to have her daughter with her female partner to have her daughter with her female partner. So, oh, he's he's a sperm donor and a woman who is married to another woman or dating another woman to have a daughter. Yes. No, no. I think listen to it again in two thousand and fun. Okay. Listen, again, give very careful. Okay. Here. It is. Erin was a sperm donor in the mid nineties. Okay. Aaron is the man in two thousand five just selected his sperm to have her daughter with her female partner. It was two lesbians. But what was the what was before this? Aaron a transsexual. Ooh. Because I I think no, no. I think he donated sperm when he was always a male by now he is. Wants to have a child with her partner. No, he already happened. She happened to select the sperm that thirteen donated when he when she was a heat right thirteen years ago. And now what's happening? I think that's what's gonna look Aaron is the great name to if you're going to be no relation, by the way. Right. If you're going to switch to yes. Yes. Absolutely. Instead of a R O, and you can just go E R O N on your license done. Yep. Aaron long doing that. The mother of his thirteen year old daughter last year. It's kind of like I'm living in science fiction story confused, you see Aaron was a sperm donor in the mid nineties two thousand five just selected his sperm to have her daughter with her female partner. What was it about errands profile? His sperm donor profile that attracted you, build the story in your head of the values that you have what kind of person might not just share our values because I don't think those are genetic but be drawn to the same kinds of things that were drawn to that's when Alice came into the picture Jason her wife at the time split up a couple of years ago at just the time that they're precocious daughter Alice started poking around the DNA testing site Twenty-three in me there she pretty quickly found her father into Alice's mother and biological father got to talking as well. When we met in person. I don't know the traction seemed harder for either of us to deny how long was it before you realized that the father of your daughter, but actually turned out to be your boyfriend at some point. I am right. So she was a lesbian now. She's going back to being heterosexual. Okay. Fumble. I down Conway we're going this way. Actually, I'm sorry. But fumble we're going both ways. Longer than forever. Fumble..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good morning. This is Bloomberg surveillance alongside some Kane on Jonathan Farrow coming up on the program and new year. Same old problems US equity futures. Dropping investors gripped by growth fears, economic data out of China disappointing. Another sign the world's second largest economy is struggling and on partial government shutdown day twelve congressional leaders heading to the White House. Live from the Glenn Beck. Interactive brokers studios here in New York City. Happy new year to you your price action this Wednesday morning negative one point four three percent on five hundred futures risk aversion bleeding through the asset classes cross asset chick. Now yen strength. The story in ten dollar stronger against everything counts in the bond market. Big bid coming into the bond market in Germany and a decent. Bit into treasury yields LA by three or four basis points on a ten year yield two point six four nine percent. So more fuel for the global growth scare another raiding of China manufacturing activity and contraction territory Wang on risk assets worldwide this morning, dropping by the studio here in New York is Tony Crescenzi pimco market strategist what are their finest? And their portfolio manager as well. Great to have you with us tiny happy new year. Good morning. New year we wake up and twenty nine then sank problems of twenty eighteen and a failed for some of early sixteen any parallels that tonic to me. Me it feels a little bit like nine nine hundred and ninety five I'm old enough to remember the nine hundred ninety four the federal service raising interest rates and disrupting the bond market and disrupting other Marcus credit markets as it is now one could say everything turned out. Okay. In one thousand nine hundred hundred for example, as in two thousand sixteen meaning the US economy stayed on a growing track and markets became confident again financial assets, fared. Well, and so it is in that way. But there are things in the in the way right now, better market performance. Three overriding issues that hurt markets in two thousand eighteen one this view about trade, the US China trade relations Brexit feeling the Bank of England said that the UK economy could shrink as much as eight percent if there's a so-called hard Brexit and then Italy whether or not it could get through the current debt issues. It has it started with political issues wasn't macroeconomic, but there's a risk of a feedback. Now. Now from markets to the economy and then back to the markets. Let's start with the mid nineties comparison that explores some of these themes the mid nineties two words, soft landing can we achieve one of those? Yes. That is achievable in part because of the strength of the US banking sector. It is vitally important one. Could look at stress tests by the Federal Reserve and see the banks are in good shape. These stress tests put banks under hypothetical scenarios where for example, real estate. Prices are commercial real estate prices. Could fall fifty percent. The US stock market sixty the US unemployment rate, ten percent, etc. Etc. Worse conditions than in the financial crisis yet banks under these hypothetical scenarios would farewell. Meaning the capital levels would stay high enough to permit them to continue to create money, and we all need money in our pockets to go spend at the store why why did December thirty first happened? And I don't mean John Farrell uncontrolled beverages. I mean, why did December thirty one happened in the Tony Crescenzi world? It's because of to me, it's uncertainty. Okay. Marcus are inherently unstable when we think. Descriptors because time Yemen I've been reading Frank night nineteen twenty twenty one risk where we know where we are is concerned uncertainty where we really don't know where we are. And they're maybe we got this thing that go to the laureate mental block it at Washington University ambiguity. Okay. We're in uncertainty now not risk. Right. Correct. Now, this is what they call a ninety and uncertainty and Frank nights spelled with a K where investors are so unsure of the future that they decided to take insurance they disengage they go for exactly and it's the entrepreneur that matters in the business world. There is land this labor this capital. But those things are in place, but it's up to the entrepreneur to activate those things to create grow backdrop to your world that we're disengaging to a sub two percent Jesus. Engaging now in markets. We don't know if the entrepreneur. You're the business owner American companies are great many could say will these companies stop investing in creating great products? No in the end, we all think of think of Adam Smith, he would say two hundred years plus ago that we would all endeavor to fare better in our lives and for companies, and as a result, the wealth of nations is created because we all try to to fare better. So companies won't ever stop trying to fare better people on ever stop to increase their incomes, but they do now. And then pause now one last final final point the US savings rate has been six and a half percent. The last five years on an average income of sixteen trillion dollars. But I just said is that the savings increase in America? It's been about one trillion dollars of new savings per year. Five years this five trillion dollars of savings. Household sectors built up talked about the banking sector being strong. There are two very supportive arms than for the US economy in twenty nineteen. Now, we just need corporate America to engage the entrepreneur to. Engage. How do we do that? We need politics to get it pushed aside, Brexit, US, China, trade relations and Italy. Some of these actually are fading but markets are now in the feedback loop of their own Tony just stripping down the US economy at the moment, actually reveals what you've just talked about the surprise index. The Bloomberg US surprise index broken down for snapshot of each and every individual sector, it's the labor market and the household the seems to still be beating expectations everything cows. I when I think about that. And look at US jobless claims, we should be one of your top indicators for twenty nineteen. I think we're looking in the rear view mirror. It takes a bit of time because what what gets affected I is aggregate demand spending on goods and services, and then companies decide well, we don't need this amount of people. We don't need this amount of hiring, etc. And so it it may be lagging, and that's the worry that we've got to get through these issues early in twenty thousand nine hundred in politics for Marcus to right themselves. So which raises a big. Question for the Federal Reserve because if they're sitting there staring at the labor market and sang everything's okay with the rest of the economy trending lower. Do they have a problem in early ninety current vice chair and former pimco colleague rich Claritin has talked about the idea of walking into a dark room and really not knowing what what lies ahead. The light those coming on the dimmer has been turned on this dimmer. This light is the financial markets. The markets are sending a signal that the fed is close to where it needs to be for the given growth rate in the economy, and it may then pause now, the interesting thing is that in twenty nine hundred nineteen the fed will have eight press conferences, the fed chair says the usual four so instead of waiting till March we'll see in January and the fed will talk to this. What's worse is? As chairman, Paul. It is it is a committee without question. This is a very sturdy institution. One most collegial institutions that exists. In fact, this is what Greenspan told us at pimco years ago in Newport Beach. It's the most collegiate organization he had ever witnessed in his sixty two years of life one years. He's ninety. My way or the highway it now the fed is good morning Sherman. Greenspan I say that this makes sense. It's the big the best group of civil service civil servants in Washington next to the military. This is an institution with high integrity gets truly works for America sound too much like a fed can't here. But look at the actions taken one could argue in both.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on Popcast
"Would have with Drake, city city. Very interesting. Chicago record label, indie folks record label. Very good record labels. Good stuff on drag city. I don't mean to impugn the good work going. One of my favorite labels, to be honest, but jams, they were one of the last, a significant indie labels to succumb to putting their music on streets. They held out. I mean, we're talking. They're held at like seven year like some insane like you can already get the Beatles just happened yet. You know, six months ago or whatever was like, basically, every major superstar. Hold out. Yes. Has already given in more or less. Yeah. And I was thinking, you know, I, I was talking to people who listen to something like wax Hatschi or like, you know, people that I work within their twenties, and I was like, oh, if you heard of Edith frost, who is a singer songwriter and drag city sick bar or a good. And. In speaking with with people. I've realized that a lot of these artists that have never been on streaming services who's in her case, she was a minor artists that label, I suppose, but it just it hasn't translate. It's kind of been slipped out of the, it's out of collective memories out of collective room. And this is the thing we were debating about this a little bit over Email. But I do believe that generally speaking, like when I was a kid, I thought the record store was the universe. And if something did not exist in the record store, it probably didn't exist at all. Now, of course, I learned about the fallacy of that, but as a child has like a ten year old or a twelve year old, I didn't know. And if I was a ten twelve fourteen year old now I might feel that way about the Spotify, even the Spotify band Cam soundcloud ecosystem, and there are literally entire swats and in the case of drag city entire labels, they're just not participating a principled stand, but to my thinking. A pretty foolish one. Yeah, around the turn of the millennium. I was very into this German label called Bill Platov Ashor and they released a lot of very some French on it. Mark mill Platt back to and all my delusion guitar heads. Yeah, I see you. I see, you know what it is you went to Harvard, you know, way more about that than, but to be fair that came a little bit after I was in college, but you know, I still kept the nerds around me, so I knew it was good, but to my mind, very important record label from, you know, mid nineties, two thousand two thousand three. And then and then it was the guy who owned it, sold it. And the next guy kind of lost track of it. The rights are lost and it that music disappeared. Just not as none of that. It's never ever made it to streaming all that stuff print. And there's a lot of good stuff on that. Like a lot of were CD sewing, three thousand copies or whatever, but it was still, that's the tale exactly. They told me the long tail was gonna be, but it's just the party because they told me the long tail. And to, you know, it's, I think it eventually just won't be part of history anymore. That's insane. But again, he's that that's insane. But is that any different than the eighties nineties when they were obscure labels from the sixties fell out of print and that nobody knew about, and then our group found writings. So wait. So you telling me that in the numeral group is going to plateau retrospective thirty three that might be the future of, you know, buying up those catalogs and put them out again, I didn't get a while cheap. Yeah, maybe we should do it. That's not a bad. Let's let's go personally, gofundme me. We're going to buy the Callum. We're putting all of that stuff back in. Yeah, we're put it all back and friend. I wanna I want to register the fact that I disagree with what you're saying. Sure, speak..
"mid ninety two" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"That just blew my mind it blows your mind when you see it yeah it blew my mind when they say it and that's not you don't just throw that in a throwaway line like if you're doing a throwaway line two for formulamatic formulaic script you're going with the power of christ compels you or something that's been used a million times movies like this going back to the exorcist right that's not that's not a trite line that's typical in a movie okay no they know what they're doing here they know what they're doing or on some level they may maybe they don't even understand really what they're doing i i don't know i i know we've had this talk since wonder woman came out at this time last year i have a hard time believing all of these brilliant people are putting these overt themes of righteousness and morality in their in their films and just have no idea what they're talking about the randomly choosing these themes because if you're doing this randomly you don't do it well you don't know what you're talking about right you know i could give you i could go on cable tv i know enough about islam i could do like a cable tv panel of six minutes where there's three of us and we all talk for ninety seconds or two minutes tops and i can go on there i know enough about islam that i could give a credible defensive islam and convince you in that mid ninety seconds to two minutes then i'm a muslim right i do it you sent me down for for two hours semi not one on one for twenty minutes and i had to receive push back i couldn't defend something i don't believe on that level with fall apart i'd have i'd be reduced to rubble would be obvious i don't know what i'm talking about i have so i have a hard time in a long form storytelling that you can model themes you don't believe in i'm a writer a professional one i'm not an elite one but i'm a pretty good one i've been paid pretty handsomely to do this i'm one percent of authors that i've ever had sold a book for a movie option so while i'm not stephen king james patterson who's probably eight in life right now all these interviews he's doing with bill clinton okay well not one of these guys i'm not you know some schmuck either you know i'm a pro people pay me to do this i get advances to write books so i at least a little bit of what i'm talking about maybe i'm not an expert but you know i'm i'm not a novice either it is exceedingly difficult to write good long form content of any variety even the number would never want someone says i want to write a book what's always the first advice you get progressive end right which you know that's always the first advice you get right which you know start with what you know why because it's really hard to come up with compelling long form content of any variety at anytime it's exceedingly difficult to do it when you don't believe in what it is you are the points you are driving home that's really hard to do i can i will submit maybe patty jenkins could do it at wonder woman six different people couldn't do it like that seven different people could brad bird couldn't do it into incredible movies couldn't do it twice can't do that guys i'm just telling you i do this on a professional level you cannot do this as well as those guys and gals do it if they don't believe in the stuff they're saying on some level patty jenkins has orthodox moral and religious views somewhere somewhere maybe something from her childhood she's tapping into or she's closeted inner beliefs because of the culture of hollywood but somewhere there's a framework of righteousness there that allows her in permits her to tap into that to tell that story so well in wonder woman last year you can't do this randomly and that scene at the end of hereditary when they say we reject the trinity and all of its holiness would sound dumb and contrived like where did that come from unless the people making that film understood the gravity of the evil that was being presented that makes sense total that's why i'm fascinated by this i know we've kind of done.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"It's bonds without leverage probably so let's still the number but pales in comparison to a fifty percent decline but you know what we're setting ourselves up for here go on the bill gross comeback piece in four months so this is the bill gross get slaughtered piece and then in six months from now market down time stamp we're going to have bill gross come back with a question mark i'm gonna say that there's going to be a bill gross analogy to santa claus okay all right let's take it one step further so yeah he he lost three percent is unconstrained bond fund which i guess i haven't been paying attention too much but i don't think he's had nearly as much success as people would have hoped for with him going to a different spun shop with a smaller asset base because his fund was so huge pimco and it was almost like he could sort of do whatever he wanted and run his own type of hedge fund unconstrained way and i guess it just hasn't really happened for him in the bond world by the way did you ever look into girls for your big mistakes book no i didn't i i guess it's harder to have that enormous mistake in fixed income land it's it's just a little more boring i suppose the mustache was definitely a mistake that's true i wearing the tie around his neck without tying it okay well so we've got a handful of listener questions we're gonna get through this week so last week we talked about the ge story from read it about how someone's father grandfather had you know ninety percent of their retirement fund in ge and what should they do and so we got a question from a listener who had a similar situation he says am i'm facing a similar situation mid ninety two year old grandmother and her one million dollars of xm stock which is exxon the shares are close to one hundred percent of her liquid net worth in addition to survivor's pension from exxon and they wanna know what our thoughts on diversifying this money versus tax leakage so basically it's an tax will count you have to pay let's say a twenty percent tax loss by selling this so how do you balance out taxes versus diversification and so i actually took this to our resident tax expert bill sweet who's been on.
"mid ninety two" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Yeah yeah you didn't know in the mid nineties where you don't know in the mid ninety two you're going to be talking about twenty years later as the top most influential person in the business i think people had their money on different people at that time obviously than hunter and now here is i mean is number two in the industry right now oh absolutely absolutely sure who's number three well i mean after ww the the whole landscape is changed you know it's it's a weird place because after that kingdom there's all these other castles and every castles trying to do what they can to row there kingdom and so it's all relative to probably the region you're in whether it's new japan which is growing tentacles and trying to rev up its international presence but also seemingly disciplined enough to see that those those overtures to do stuff in the us on a more regular basis yet it says this might seem appealing but how realistic is it to do something extensively do real tori would that drain the home office and they've dialed it down a little bit they're still doing i mean they're going to do the cow palace they did this show recently in march you know doing very well and you look at aaa i mean if you look at aaa or arena mexico what they're doing down in mexico on a regular basis people don't realize the amount of money they do the sponsorship money alone is phenomenal i worked with aaa and being down there and seeing their model a third of their revenue comes simply from sponsorships and that was to me again as i went through this journey over the last ten years that was like a light bulb going off like there's real money you just have to know how to tap into it and and how to engage these guys because they do phenomenal business on sponsorship and another category for them as tv rights another categories of course ticket sales they don't really do the licensing that you see here in the state side comparison but they do very well by that so it depends on the castle you look at what kingdom because you can make argument for the folks different top two companies in mexico you can look at japan.