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"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

01:33 min | Last week

"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

"From wondery, I'm Mike Corey, and this is against the odds. After almost a month underground, the 33 trapped Chilean miners finally have cause for hope. Rescue workers drilled a borehole, big.

"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

04:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

"Near you. From wondery, I'm Mike Corey, and this is against the odds. Two weeks after the collapse of the San Jose mine,.

"mike corey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"mike corey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"All in one discover a new podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. You huddle on an outcropping, a snowy mountain in Pakistan trapped and alone. What would you do if you found yourself up against the elements? You're swimming through a narrow corridor in an underwater cave and your air is almost out with nowhere to turn but yourself. You're flying 40,000 ft. Above the Amazon rainforest, looking down at the jungle below and you need to make a choice. An avalanche of snow is heading straight down. Water starts pouring into the ship. The plane dips down below the trees hurtling towards the ground Survived. 20,000 ft. 10,000. Or die made a You can't breathe. Yeah. Some wondering, I'm Cassie. Typical. And I'm Mike Corey. And this is against the odds for each week. We bring you the most extraordinary survival stories in the world. From the men who rescued 12 boys and their teacher trapped in a cave. This media networks. This is America's first news this morning with your host, Gordon deal. More Americans to leave Afghanistan. Good morning. I'm Gordon deal. Along with Jennifer Cash.

"mike corey" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

This is Actually Happening

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"mike corey" Discussed on This is Actually Happening

"But eventually the booze ran out and the party die down junior started asking when i was going to let them out and i said well i can't let you out here you freeze to death so when we get down to sacramento. We'll let you out near the airport. And then we'll get back on the freeway get lost in the traffic and so forth and so he was okay with that of course. They weren't actually going sacramento. That was just a preview of the grand scheme. Snatching sinatra listen to the rest of the series on apple podcasts amazon music or binge all the episodes by subscribing to one degree plus in apple podcasts or the wondering app. Hey i'm mike corey the host of wondering show against the odds in our next season. I'm telling an amazing true story about american sailors who wreck their ship off the coast of africa in eighteen fifteen. They're captured by a nomadic tribe to escape. They will need to cross the largest hot desert in the world to reach civilization. They will battle against blistering heat. Inhumane conditions hunger and thirst their heroic fight to get home. We'll have a much greater impact than just on their own lives. It will influence a future president and change the course of american history in ways. That are still felt today. This is the true story of the men who made it. And it's one that you don't wanna miss. Subscribe to against the odds on apple podcasts. Amazon music the wondering app or wherever. You're listening right now..

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"mike corey" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

04:24 min | 5 months ago

"mike corey" Discussed on The Lead

"As we record this. The giants still have the best winning percentage in the major leagues. But they've actually had one of the softest schedules of any team so far. So is there concern that this team will or could feed in the second half. Well the dodgers you see where they are. i mean. They're right there with the giants and they've had a slew of issues and injuries. Cody bellinger cory seager. Now there's the whole trevor. bauer situation. Dustin may they love him. And he's out for the year at tommy john and yet they're right there. They have not taken their foot off the gas. And i think the expectation around the game is that the dodgers are gonna win the division. I mean they were expected to win the division. When the season started the padres were expected to be the team to put a scare into them. But the giants have played the dodgers and padres. Pretty tough coaster couldn't us to the head and the games of all been extremely close aside from one or two so. I think that the giants have acquitted themselves very well against teams with winning records. So are there pitfalls on the second half schedule. Yes but you know if you really break it down. It's not like the dodgers have fourteen games left against the diamondbacks and the giants only have like six. It's still pretty even in the second. Half how the schedule sort of balances out. So yes the giants. Maybe statistically have had an easier schedule this season but they still have a lot of games with the dodgers and padres. And that's definitely going to be tough and they've played them quite a bit already so i think that you can look at what they've done teams with winning records and probably convince yourself that this is not a team. That's just feasted on cupcakes. That's not very good and it'll be interesting to see how the three powerhouses battle it out towards the end. We'll finally andrew. They have more or less blown away. Expectations for twenty twenty one so far. What's the realistic ceiling for the team. This year i mean a world series championship. i can only say that. Because i've covered three of them and i don't think we expect in any of those three years especially twenty cents fair point in granite bruce boats managing team anymore and cobbler has not been tested in the postseason. But i think if we've learned anything it's that everything starts from zero. Once you get in anything can happen and if you have a lot of belief you trust not only yourself but the person behind you and really want to win for that person next to you. That's just really really strong. and i know that analytically. It's a tough thing to evaluate but it's something that the giants released seem to have going for themselves thus far and so i'm sure they want to win the division. They don't wanna get into one game wild card but if they have to be gotten in that situation before and we found a way to voice a world series championship. Thank you so much andrew for taking the time to speak with us for really looking forward to seeing this and i'll west race unfold in the second half me to thank you very much. You can follow. Andrew bagger lease coverage of the giants in hear him on the podcast bags in brisby at the athletic dot com. And you can follow us here at the lead on amazon music apple podcasts and spotify or you can ask alexa. Play the lead podcast to hear the newest episode every weekday from wondering the athletic. I'm tiffany ozinsky. Thanks for listening. Hey i'm mike corey. The host of wonder we show against the odds in our next season. I'm telling amazing. True story about american sailors who wreck their ship off the coast of africa in eighteen fifteen. They're captured by nomadic tribe to escape. They will need to cross the largest hot desert in the world to reach civilization. They will battle against blistering heat. Inhumane conditions hunger and thirst their heroic fight to get home. We'll have a much greater impact than just on their own lives. It will influence a future president and change the course of american history in ways. That are still felt today. This is the true story of the men who made it. And it's one that you don't wanna miss. Subscribe to against the odds on apple podcasts. Amazon music the wondering app or wherever. You're listening right now..

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"mike corey" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

03:25 min | 5 months ago

"mike corey" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"All right. This episode of disgraced its musical score and theme song written by me jake. Brennan writing assistance by theoretical disgraced mixed and engineered by sean kaelin who also assisted musical scoring additional music score elements by ryan spreaker additional music services by brace cancer. Our ad music was composed by in kennedy story and copy editing by pat healy. Sources for this episode are available on my website as are the sources for all episodes. That's www dot. Usc graceland pod dot com. Talk me on. Instagram and twitter at disgrace slammed pod and find us at facebook dot com slash disgrace. Land here you can find more. Great episodes disgrace sand on the amazon music app. Just tell your echo device alexa. Play the disgrace land podcast or go to. Www dot. Amazon dot com slash disgracing real. Find the entire disgrace in arc. Featuring episodes on prints nirvana the grateful dead cardi b. And more. He's a bad man. I'm under skelter. Tiffany ocean ski where the host of the lead the lead is daily sports podcast from wondering and the athletic and every weekday we dive into one of the biggest or most fascinating sports stories of the day as told by a reporter. Who's covering that story up. Close like the jacksonville. Jaguars offering tim tivo play tight end. You can't just assume that. Tim tebow isn't going to be a massive story when you sign him in jacksonville and if and if urban thought that wasn't going to be was incredibly naive or the night that the us men's national soccer team came of age in a big win over mexico. I think if you're a fan after this game you're sitting back and saying man. These kids are the real deal and they're discovered now. How good are they going to be. Twenty twenty six when we come home the lead cut through the noise and brings you in-depth stories. Help make sense of the sports landscape all in about fifteen minutes each day. Check out the lead on amazon music or ask alexa to play the lead podcast. Hey i'm mike corey. The host of wonder show against the odds in our next season. I'll be telling the story of a group of international mountaineers who set out to climb the world's second tallest mountain called k. to it is also the most dangerous. Avalanches can drop from overhead without warning blizzards cause whiteout conditions. It's so treacherous. One in four climbers who try to reach the peak. Don't make it down. But that doesn't stop of climber sm- attempting the feat in the summer of two thousand eight through a series of unforeseen events. It'll become one of the worst climbing disasters in modern history but it will also lead to heroic acts of bravery and become a testament to the human will to survive. Subscribe to against the odds on amazon music. Or wherever. you're listening right now..

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"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

04:22 min | 5 months ago

"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

"From wondering. I'm mike corey and this is against the odds.

"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

Against The Odds

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"mike corey" Discussed on Against The Odds

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"mike corey" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"mike corey" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Way today. Victor Davis. Hanson was on with Tucker Carlson last night and I think Probably said I want to get your calls here. Mike, Corey, Mary and Mary. Hang on just a second coming. I just I wanted you to hear this because I think it's extremely smart. And it's better said than anybody else talking. I think about yesterday and How do you come to a place where People are this inflamed in this inside it And you know again, make make no mistake. I think people were incited to act yesterday. Don't think that organically happens. I think a subversive element Inject itself into a day like yesterday and then People follow suit. I don't excuse it. But I think that's what happened. So what about People. Would would cause them to do that. Here's some of what Victor said. Well, you have to have calm and you have to have respect for the law. You can't have a republic. You can't have a democracy. You can have a civilization unless there's long, so people who dared to vandalize the capital, the heartbeat, the brain of democracy what people looked all over the world for for guidance. They have to be prosecuted, and there's no excuse. We gotta remember something else, and I and I think that it's very important that the American people are exhausted. They've gone through a year of plague. They've gone through a quarantine. They've gone through a recession. They've gone through months of watching, looting and violence and arson. They've gone through a new type of election where 100 many million people didn't vote on Election Day. And it's contentious. And now they're mad about. They don't understand why they can't be vaccinated and into that conundrum. People they want clarity don't want relativism. They want absolute values. And if you're on the right And you deplored what was antifa and billing did night after night after night attacking a federal courthouse or police And you said, Where are the police? Where is the accountability then you have to apply those same standards today. And if you're on person on the left and night after night, and you quoted Chris Cuomo, but night after night, you said, Well, we can contextualize the violence because ideology trumps accountability. Then you better say the same thing today. Do you really want to say? Well, you know what these people had ideological causes so they should be exempt. Just like I don't think you want to do that. So the American people want accountability and finally, Tucker Donald Trump. I think it's better for him to follow the model of Andrew Jackson. At this point, that election is not going to be changed, and he needs to be and then he goes on about Trump. But I just wanted you to your specifically what He had to say about The folks there yesterday and what Victor speaks for me. I'll tell you that. I'm exhausted, and I'm pissed. I'm not going to storm into a Capitol building. I am damned angry about what's gone on in this country. He's exactly right. I've watched our city burn. And I've watched people like these parts is over at the WFP morning show who dare ask their listeners? How do you feel about the violent trump protest at the Capitol today? They didn't say word one. They didn't say boo about their city burning last summer. We all had to understand, Didn't we and Herr Wolff and idiot toilets are Jim Kenney and all the good Democrats put on their masks and marched in solidarity with the jackasses that burned our first city to the ground last summer. Because the cause right? We'll have to understand that Then we were all told that it was completely in line with our values that satellite election centers. Hand out ballots well in advance. And collect ballots well in advance and drop boxes. Collect ballots well in advance. Balance could be collected days after the election. Hundreds of thousands of ballots could be collected and counted down at the convention center. Out of sight without proper supervision. We can change the way we vote altogether Unconstitutionally and shut up. Biden won by the way. Shut up you You're right. I'm mad. Oh, yeah. And pandemic. Shut down your business. Crush your living. Keep your kids at home so they can't learn. Shut up. You. I'm not supposed to be mad at me. That's exactly what I thought. It's like. So now you have locked people down for nine months. You have taken everything from some people. Some people are dying from much more thing. Coronavirus. Yeah, I'm not supposed to be mad, right? And so you wonder how people are driven to behave like that yesterday. Don't wonder. Don't excuse it, but I don't wonder. Fine for Angelo to sit there with this seven figure paycheck. And it's a handsome one, probably more like eight figures. Where he does his half ass job from his three homes down the shore. And ask about Trump violence. What a jackass. Mike's in the Northeast to get started. Hi, Mike. Good morning, Chris. You know my take on all of this was easy. They breached the guards. Get in the Capitol building and the complete sadness of the media. The, uh true believe the media is in on a lot of this two completed narrative against the American citizen. They have participated in the trailing down of a republic. But before we do have a democracy was witnessed yesterday. A democracy is mob formulated. Without any consensus of wall. So if people they keep saying we wanted democracy, we wanted the marks where he got it because you tear down the republic. We have no checks and balances anymore, and the people are getting frustrated. And they're easily formed to do something like this, because if there's no law, and they're witnessing nowhere being enacted by our court system, nobody wants to look at the floor. Nobody wants a look at the evidence, and they kept saying the media state where's Trump's evidence. Well, you know. Trump is the president. He's not supposed to bring the evidence. There's something called this closure. That if he would disclose the evidence of his lawyer team, they would ruin the case. You don't want to look at the case. They don't want to bring it to court. The Supreme Court punished every Every checks and balances in our system has failed us. And the media is complicity. I bring you back to when they they waited. Roger Stone Sounds Member who was there? CNN was there the first ones there before the FBI and all. Yeah, And my guy. I appreciate it. Thank you. I'm I don't mean to cut you off. I just wanted to move on to Maryann. Thanks very much for your comments. Mike Mary Ann's in Philadelphia next time, Marianne. Hi, Chris. I must say I do like the way your brain works. Yeah. Well, thank you. I appreciate it very much the way you bring. I am right, Mike behind him. 100%, I think One of my pet my opinion, I think Trump was set up..

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"mike corey" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on The EuroWhat? A Eurovision Podcast

"The euro what episode number sixty four for the week of October Twenty Second Twenty nineteen I'm Ben Smith and I'm joined by mccomb I Mike Corey we are a pair of Americans try and make sense of the Eurovision Song contest and this week we'll be talking about the big tie of nineteen sixty nine. How is your October going Mike witness so many things just a lot of activity none of it eurovision related it's all all the craziness seems to have coalesced around this particular Bob so it's nice to have this as a little bit of a mental break a metal escape in Nice little mental break where we can talk about the the song contest for like forty five minutes roughly oh yeah something like that somewhere in there so how is your month going it's good it's busy over here too for also on your vision related reasons it's nice to have this little island of calm or this is just very silly procedural things yes the Sillier the procedures the better so spoiler alert we talk about procedure this episode which is a big thing for both of us yeah possibly the silliest of procedural nonsense so just a big oopsy in when they planned out how the contest worked before we get to that though let's check in on how many countries have currently signed up since we are nearing slash have passed the date that they're supposed to officially confirm dare still a few they're holding out Armenia Bulgaria Hungary Moldova Bulgaria told us and September September fifty I like we'll get there eventually giving them time I just feel like so many of those are always there and it's just a matter of them like officially figuring out how they're picking their entrance that they can make a big announcement and be like sign the paperwork it's one thing to just say like oh we're going to be there it's just like you need a little bit more in your i WanNa have things a little bit more planned out there are also going to do a lot of junior eurovision stuff so yeah true you got to wrangle the kids so since we last spoke about who's participating a lot of decisions I've been made everybody's figuring stuff out Italy will be there yeah I don't think they've necessarily confirmed where in one way or the other whether San Remo will actually be the selection methods but it probably will be Zen Raimo was still going to happen yeah it's been working for them so I don't know why they would change that so absolutely not ah speaking of things that are definitely working and definitely should not be changed Lafayette's doing supernova again I although I love Supernova Ed Lee what the what that selection process is I am very surprised that they are using that selection processes given how it has not actually worked the last three years who knows like Omni not have written like eighteen songs in that time there and they're all ready to go that is the case then I take back everything I just say I figured that would sway to yes supernova is a good thing again but it's October we're fine honestly of guests they would have just said like all right Marcus we know you're gonNA be at Supernova anyway why don't we just send you and then just get that off of our checklist and move on but yeah let's just plan on the schedule a song for markets and we're Malta had it was like X. factors working great which I would agree so x factor will be used to choose the artist again that's currently underway? Yeah I believe this past weekend was the second week of auditions Geo blocked here so I've been keeping very close tabs on it also with ask singer happening here I only have so much mental space for my singing competition yes oh like right now the right choice yes they're also good on the show that or at least they've weeded out the ones that are less good so far sorry Paul Shaffer the on another also in terms of singing competitions Georgia idol we'll be starting up this Saturday they are doing the same process they use last year they're just starting the process a little bit earlier I think last year they started in Jan wary and finished in March and I don't know if they're expanding the season at all or anything like that Ukraine has announced that they will not allow contestants with the performance history in Russia a to participate in mid gear next year which given all of the fun that we saw this year around that I get it yeah I yeah yeah it's GonNa get messy and like full of drama for no reason whatsoever because that's just how Ukraine that's why we love them but this is yeah but I really enjoyed the article that we blogs put up of all of the artists that based on this new rule would not be able to participate in beer and it includes several eurovision alumni like Jamala who was at the center of this year's contract Z. She wouldn't be able to compete Ana Laura Smet Lana from two thousand nine yet like none of them would be just like picturing whenever ethanol makes fun of the feeling the screen right now the one that I was just pleased to see but that's because I'm just generally pleased by Iceland is a twenty percent increase in submission in through song the captain and this year one hundred fifty seven total for next year's contest and considering that they only have what is it ten entries in their selection processes at the end yeah that's a lot yeah this is a competitive field that's a lot of one. Fifty seven is more artists than are performing at Iceland Airwaves in a few weeks although Iceland airwaves has a lot of artists that are not Icelandic that's a lot of songs I wonder how many of the artists that are going to be performing there that are eligible compete in song to Captain Ven Diagram is GonNa look like what what is that ven diagram especially because like Iceland did very well as as a nation with hotter hotrails a lot of post-contest fame which is great and I think it really shows that Eurovision doesn't need to be this sort of one off thing that you aim for where you can be an existing band and your thing as a band I think it's I think it leads to stronger entries because if you look who's won it is these very idiosyncratic entries yes I agree although I don't know these could be one hundred fifty seven Atari clones and I'm kind of curious what that would look like and if we will be better off in society for it said your days are numbered capital Bjork Song but also I would I wouldn't mind the slider for Iceland being being somewhere closer Qatari side of things talking about Hungary who has not officially confirmed They did drop all of the details for a doll which is still happening but it it doesn't appear that it's guaranteed if you win a doll you're going to eurovision and everybody is speculating because no details out and that's all we can do is speculate I'd be fine with that indy announcement for adults they just there was no mention of your vision whatsoever and given how this year's version wince like it just it wasn't the strongest field there is the plagiarism scandal that caused us on to get disqualified which really messed up a whole bunch of results and hoping that this means that Hungary is just considering either an internal selection or like if you're an adult finalist then you'll be up for consideration a and it's just not like I'll guarantee if you win but yeah they could also just be finalizing some details yeah I'm not sure where they are in the contestant selection process so there could just be some contractual conflicts that are preventing some potential contestants from being able to compete at Eurovision but they still want them on a dull so yeah like the big one that everybody was making a big deal out of was I think that the the range that the song had to have been like new and if they need in one wins the song doesn't work picking a song that works right and and it could then the whole package my hope is just that Hungary is participating and not taking a Oh we didn't qualify for just GonNa go see in the corner for a couple of years 'cause that's fun fun Hungary's always a welcome presence that is it on country news all right well looking at the EDU website they posted over the weekend the job description for the executive supervisor role the Allesandro and yeah it was kind of fun to go through and see what the actual responsibilities are for the next Yano a political event but with the potential political impact overall and political stakeholder management is a key.

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"mike corey" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

17:13 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

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It's a really great way to bring people together social component and you're essentially betting on how you think your friends would react to lace awkward situation so for example you end the conversation with someone but you're both walking in the direction do as we w often leave them in your dust. TV pretend you forgot something in the other direction. RCA think of another topic to last Z. Get where you're going so I her heater with town Abeer sees that down everyone else's betting either five ten or fifteen points. I would probably bet fifteen point. They've nothing totally right. If I match party game points not a hazard building that athletes really agree to a lot of to feed and social conversations and don't know the other players we really start to pick up on on where they kind of saw. I played today with a couple of married for forty thirty years ago. It was a really interesting also want about your current significant other XS dame. I've heard some crazy stories stories about that funny to see her. A little offered free side and that's what's really fun about this game is also non offensive the party there she can join in as well yeah. Include this really fun social gene components what makes a really unique at that end goal of getting it go on for hours and hours. You have that competition element in addition to this right so we're really excited. This is available on bicycle dot com and Amazon other major tiller. It's a twenty eighty four ninety nine. I guess we've been had people come back and buy it for friends or going cruiser travelling kind of your home you know just that one and then the shuffled Graham breeze so those available now so now what we won't be after I can build on top okay when it does come out will that be online only or online and select gaming shops and small and think it will be available and that's also twenty four ninety nine Sir thank you anyway next up is my visit to the folks from a fun co Uncle Games specifically where they were debut doing their first for a into gaming with their game phone covers and I got to sit sit down a little bit with Stephanie but then she actually ended up handing me over to Chris who is is actually the game designer Four Phone Co.. vers- which was very cool so I got to sit down and demo the game again with the game designer for the League game. We're playing so that was quite fun and of course most everybody knows fun. Co Co pops I own several so imagine a board game but with your game pieces that you move around the board are essentially scaled-down funke POPs in in this case we play with the DC part of the DC set with Batman back girl the joker and Harley Quinn really properly forty-five minutes trying to get food inhaled mine so if I suddenly ended up with the hiccups gotta reflection on you passing This is what you want to do interview questions at the game the game play the game we it was much of my time. Songs possible checks away the interesting awesome aw how many times just now studios in collaborative the idea has to start somewhere yes sometimes we assigned equal her even if we signed games honey game works from different signatures Mike Corey Kevin. Here's this card sir. Do you mind me collecting other people's business cards and try to pass out as many as my oldest hospitals are going to be by the end of the weekend hanging overflowing curse yeah the I usually have a habit of forgetting him on the first today to all. I'm in your business parts of nursing out in nine overnight accommodation. Does he not as much as I have been in past years. I'm finally figuring bring out the balanced because I've only been doing Joan Collins her third or fourth year. It's been a learning curve trying to figure out or something yeah scheduling scheduling time to like eat schedule really mind tonight the location twelve thirty thirty West in yeah so it's not get the game so ask yeah separate them but just going to give you an overview so so although it's truly all right I used to be with the company I created also Disney. This Robbins Burger horrified jaws use companies last year we go. He said Hey we want the game and they're like on verse eventually working with them closely. We realize that our companies are really aligned weights and so what are your company and then you guys can gingrich gets me fumbling games and so we're doing and so hunger versus the flagship launch games. We'll see this clock or plans to continue to make the US always made so this game has authors in it happens to be making a ton of other games that are not populated figures which w making our licensing unlicensed licensed games so it just happens coincidentally that our flagship product is GonNa have the puck figures in it really cited so we have here is funk overshadow overshadow. It is six six different skews different boxes and always one universal game system so it's built as like ruin gigantic against each completely unique. Each box has different blend of characters in different maps that you can play you play on us us right here in front of us. We have called one hundred. There's also a DC WANNA one which has a robin cattleman the set has Batman Harley Charlie Natural Joker and then there's two Harry Potter sets a four pack of back to back to back and golden girls and girls Golden. Girls is absolutely key. It's the most important skew in the entire line because golden girl sends a very clear message suggest anything's possible expect the unexpected so yeah. We're building goes in there because we're into the system so every game is playable so even goes to back. It's probably a standalone expansion from the reflection but it also could on its own in the late okay and that's really important because our whole ethos is trying to make new gamers we know that some people might pick this up because miss golden girls on it but we hope that they opened up a very potter to you and they pick up that famous well all right and so after this the overview of the Spiel if you want to jive diamonds all right so does this way it learning anything I think so it was fun for me. This is a regardless city this city so we have a senior flags all over six games had the same four scenarios in them but they're in different kind of orientation so you're playing clydes and you might also point flags in so we have to figures per side that means that the plate gained six points to win. Get points is if we move on the Board Nixon these point tokens here over just to show the points collect him to put on the cool down a little bit ah points out there that are there for the taking so that you can get points by knocking out any characters so if hardly attacks Batman and wings or challenge that gets knocked down and if she hits them knocked down he gets knocked out and he goes well. Well Okay Alabama you as a homicide was four one point. Those points are chewed every scenario only game so points on the board or knockout the teen in flags component in each of our areas. We have a flag and if I get a character adjacent to your flag and that third or standing at the end of the round then I can't tell maximized starting base in game two points that so I basically run in dunk comeback points and that's going to be like the flag scenario specifically the first person six points winds. Turn your in chose one of your characters actions then there's a menu of basic basic actions that every single character can take and so every can move you can move spaces move action. You mingled ideally Tom. You can't move through the walls that are on the board and note that the walls kind of go over there so you can't move we cannot show that there there are challenges in challenge range of the dice and everything works. There's always a challenge that we can do to attack. Let me figure on their ally can next to there and it's just understanding backup assist action and last but not least lost to interact is he actually take the pick up these tokens. You got to do that and rallied if that goes over here on her own she's knocked down she can sir turn to actions to rally the whole turn. Those are the basic actions we also special actions and I'll give the chance to look over your actions in the second but the ability tokens work so arguing. We have a unique ability token system so when you build your team gene you're gonNA they're gonNA each bring different belief tokens to add to your pool so harley brings a silver red token and joker brings us over in red token but those two are combined for your whole team to shared pool so when you let's say for example Harley who wants to use her.

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"mike corey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is getting ready for today's nationally televised hearings with former special counsel Robert Muller but the president says he probably won't be watching Caitlyn Collins reports that Republicans should turn the tables by asking why were all of Clinton's people given immunity and Mar the text messages of Peter us and his lover Lisa page deleted it destroyed right after they left molar and after we requested them I'm not going to be watching probably maybe I'll see a little bit of it and while Muller will be front and center in front of the cameras from schedule is currently wide open the focus on Mullard Washington may help a budget deal that's facing blow back from fiscal conservatives passed through Congress and when the president's signature federal judge one three new abortion restrictions from taking effect Wednesday in Arkansas including a measure that opponents say would likely force the state's only surgical abortion clinic the clothes district judge Christine Baker granted the fourteen day temporary restraining order shortly before midnight one hundred fifty nine page order blunts the state from enforcing those laws insurance companies say that Pacific gas electric goes the more than twenty billion dollars from wildfire claims more from bill Michael's a group of insurers filed court documents Tuesday seeking the NPG in these exclusive right to file re organization plan they want the right to submit their own plan to wildlife victims and to other P. Jeannie creditors investigators have blamed PGA any equipment for sparking some of California's recent devastating wildfires the insurers say the utility owes that reimbursement for about twenty billion dollars in wildlife loss claims I'm bill Mike Corey secretary Mike as far as been confirmed as the secretary of defense Senate overwhelmingly approved his nomination Tuesday as were becomes the first permanent defense chief.

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"mike corey" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Six two six we're talking with the former assistant chief counsel to the Senate Watergate committee, and an assistant US attorney in the southern district of New York, David Dorsan, he is the author of the unexpected Scalia and Moses versus Trump a contemporary novel. And we're taking a look at further legal hurdles that are likely facing President Trump after the release at least of the summary of the Muller report. And we have a call from Joe in Topeka Kansas next on the Bohannon show. Good evening, Joe. Welcome. Acre shed couple comments and questions for guest. David. David an expert in tax law or campaign is prosecuted. He's prosecuted tax law. I don't know David Utah law. I'm not a tax lawyer. But this is the most basic concept of tax law that I can imagine. And as Jim said, I prosecuted a number of income tax cases, which I internationally one. When I was when I was listening to us attorney. To stormy Daniels. Or was it the Trump organization Studi? Do. Well, it's not a question of duty. It's a question for tax purposes of how the payment was handled, and it was a non deductible payment. You can there's no way that a payment to stormy Daniels could be deducted, but yet it's according to Michael cone and check c- produced. It was a conspiracy between the president and Michael Cohen, including payments in the White House that we're racial they could be deducted. Donald trump. Now, I can't I haven't seen the returns. It's always possible that I'm a stake in. But I don't believe I am interesting. Thank you for your call. Joe is a follow up to that. I suppose let's say that the Trump people say this is is false the president. In fact, made the deduction could this force the the release of the president's tax returns at least a met one year. Well, let me say this when I was in assistant US attorney prosecuting tax cases, I got tax returns. There's no big deal for an assistant US attorney or US attorney's office. You got the tax returns of somebody under investigation. Wouldn't have to be a release the newest attorney could just get it through what a subpoena or something. Well, it's it's through a series of documents. It's not a subpoena because they're all part of the federal government, but you have to justify you send a memo. At least in my day to the assistant. Attorney general in charge of tax and. You got ta you got the tax returns. And then you prosecute. And if there's a trial you introduced them, and everyone sees them the judge has some control over the dispersal of the tax returns. But it's no big deal for prosecutor to get a tax retire to Sharon in crane, Missouri. Sharon, good evening. But evening, Jim, and Mr. Dursun, given the fact that Mike Corey. Lied. Congress. And given the fact that Mr. ebanon he has been arrested for trying to hurt the trade a blackmail fraud. Gain of major proportions against a major corporation. I would have a lot of trouble believing by their one of those people's veracity, and I would have a lot of trouble believing any kind of so-called. That Mr. Cohen could produce. Well, let me say this. You have a very good point. And nevertheless. In many cases, the government. The prosecutors forced to use these people keep in mind with respect to Michael cone that he worked for Trump for ten years. So that he's not so much the government's problem as Trump's problem. Trump fout form the government didn't having said that again, I congratulate you on the York insight. You can't prosecute these things without corroboration and someone's going to have to explain how what the reason was that. Michael Kohn got four hundred twenty thousand dollars in installments and paid stormy Daniels one hundred and thirty thousand as I said, it's not a slam dunk. But I think it's a it's a I would call it a strong case it would have to rely on a lot more than the the corroboration of a Michael Cohen or a the Turney avenue, and they're there because there are signatures by the. Title control treasurer, controller of the Trump organization on one of the checks. Here's a Donald junior assigned on one of the check, and they have to come up with a pretty good explanation where they're not going to be helpful. And they too will have a lot of problems with cooperation. And there would be there witnesses. But this is a serious business. It's a difficult business. But these prosecutors are pretty good. Well, we'll find out Sean news, the driving through Missouri tonight. Good evening, John. Jim. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. Your your guest tonight. Several several precedents. John Edwards paid like a million dollars for his Pfister's which through a court was proven not to be a campaign. Shoe rock Obama, former president had eight hundred thousand dollar campaign issue that he paid a nominal fine for and. Yeah, what Sharon said is you're you're taking the word of a convicted felon, and and and in propagating that into into issues, and and other slander now, we have other issues out there that are, you know, we have a congresswoman that has financial issues where she was in control of a pack. And and.

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"mike corey" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"Yes. Run. Because they start the game. And that was the rest of gains over LSU did make a little run about midway in this game. Yeah. But that was all trauma waters. Nick ward got hurt doubtful for Sunday. Probably do we have an official report. We don't know it look bad. Like, he he went up landed on his bum hand his left issued in hand. I it doesn't feel good that he's going to play. But in a weird way. Like, this is this has been Michigan state all season. It's like. It's like the more adversity. They hit that the better. They get Tate fine in in quote. He's fine. They saying hand is quote fine after nasty fall. They're gonna hit awards though. Yeah. Sports. You never know. They're going to tape him like they're gonna take give them like a club hand to come out. He's just gonna have like his fist end up. You know, what's going to happen? Do be up one point. Yeah. And in cash what's is going to throw in alive? And then that. It's gonna hit it. And it's going to literally just bounce off the back iron dukes gonna win again. Coach. I don't know how he did it magnificent magnificent game my ass. Unbelievable. Here's what coach K also said Duke will try to put something together for MSU. Quote, quote, unquote. I'll try try to put something together. Me. I don't know. But I like it. Yeah. So that's enough. LSU Michigan's Michigan. Good caches Winston. I dunno. Michigan's the reason I said I want Michigan state to win the title. And then I I realized that I've said that about every team. But did they just like a day? They are a college basketball team. They you need. We we need first of all we do need a big ten title as as a conference. We need some real stats from the big ten not the x rays were negative for Nick ward. Oh, that's on the record fine. So, but but Michigan state's like a classic college basketball team. They they crashed the boards, but they can shoot threes. But they're they're like skilled, but they play physical. But also, they're not super talented. So they have to play together as a team. And it's it's I don't know if you like college basketball, you should really really like Michigan state. And if you like us making up things Kimba candidates that we made up cash Winston is the Kimba candidate. Right. He has been for it's gotten to the point where like basically every team. Whoever your best player is a Mike Corey Davis junior could have been the Kim McCain and until they lost. Yeah. Cash is kind of kind of does apply to cash it's like something where it's like you take this guy off the team. The cash is Winston is the office. Caches Winston did not play for Michigan state this year. Do they even finish five hundred? I don't know. I really don't know because it didn't happen. So you're saying I literally do not know saying he is the most important player on the team. But is he the best and the most valuable Aaron Henry, though, did something we've never seen before since nineteen Ninety-four. So who really is the best player? Let's take a break. We're gonna come back hit the rest of the games. We see ought to talk about Purdue Tennissee Kentucky Houston up being a good one. And and and also Virginia played Virginia also played. So we'll take a break. We'll come back at all those. All right. Quick break to talk about our good friends at Bud Light. And Bud Light is keeping it real putting ingredients label on their packaging breath. Hops, barley, water and rice, no corn syrup, no preservatives and no artificial flavors..

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"mike corey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Senate Watergate committee, and an assistant US attorney in the southern district of New York, David dourson, he is the author of the unexpected Scalia and Moses versus Trump a contemporary novel. And we're taking a look at further legal hurdle. Hurdles that are likely facing President Trump after the release at least of the summary of the Muller report. And we have a call from Joe in Topeka Kansas next on the Bohannon show. Good evening, Joe. Welcome. Couple comments and questions for guest. David. David an expert in tax law or an expert campaign. He's prosecuted he's prosecuted tax law. I don't know David you tell I'm not a tax lawyer. But this is the most basic concept of tax law that I can imagine. And as Jim said, I prosecuted a number of income tax cases, which I internationally one. When I was when I was in assistant, US attorney. You just to stormy Daniels. Or was it the Trump organization Studi? There was no she's paid. Well, it's not a question of duty. It's a question for tax purposes of how the payment was handled, and it was a non deductible payment. You can there's no way that a payment to stormy Daniels could be deducted, but yet it's a quarter to Michael cone and check c- produced. It was a conspiracy between the president and Michael Cohen, including payments in the White House that word range, so they could be deducted two. Oh. Donald trump. Now, I can't do. I haven't seen the returns. It's always possible that I'm mistaken. But I don't believe I am interesting. Thank you for your call. Joe is a follow up to that. I suppose let let's say that the Trump people say this is is false the president. In fact, made the deduction could this force the the release of the president's tax returns elites met one year. Well, let me say this when I was assistant US attorney prosecuting tax cases, I got tax returns. I just no big deal for an assistant US attorney US attorney's office. You got the tax returns of somebody under investigation and wouldn't have to be a release the newest attorney could just get it through what a subpoena or something. A through a series of documents. It's not a subpoena because they're all part of the federal government, but you have to justify you send a memo. At least in my day to the assistant. Attorney general in charge of tax and. You gotta get the tax returns. And then you prosecute. And if there's a trial you introduced them, and everyone sees them the judge has some control over the dispersal of the tax returns. But it's no big deal for prosecutor to get a tax retire to Sharon in crane, Missouri. Sharon, good evening. Evening, Jim and Mr.. Given the fact that Mike Corey. Lied to congress. And given the fact that Mr. Abernathy has been arrested for trying to hurt the trade a blackmail fraud. Game of major proportions against a major corporation. I would have a lot of probability being in either one of those people's veracity, and I would have a lot of trouble believing any kind of so-called. Mr. Cohen could forget, well, let me say this. You have a very good point. And. Nevertheless, in many cases, the government the prosecutor is forced to use these people. Now, keep in mind with respect to Michael cone that he worked for Trump for ten years. So that he's not so much the government's problem as Trump's problem. Trump thoug- form the government didn't having said that again, I congratulate you on the New York insight. You can't prosecute these things without corroboration and someone's going to have to explain how what the reason was that. Michael Cohen got four hundred and twenty thousand dollars in installments and paid stormy Daniels a hundred and thirty thousand as I said, it's not a slam dunk. But I think it's a it's a it's a str-. I would call it a strong case. It would have to rely a lot more than the the corroboration of a Michael Cohen or a the Turney avenue. Right there because there are signatures by the. Title control treasurer, controller of the Trump organization on one of the checks. Here's a Donald junior signed on one of the check, and they have to come up with a pretty good explanation where they're not going to be helpful. And they will have a lot of problems with cooperation. And there would be there witnesses. But this is a serious business. It's a difficult business. But these prosecutors are pretty good. Well, we'll find out Sean who's driving through Missouri tonight. Good evening. Sean. Jim. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. Your your guest tonight. Several several precedents. John Edwards paid like a million dollars for his Pfister's which through a court was proven not to be a campaign. Issue rock Obama, former president had eight hundred thousand dollar campaign issue that was he paid a nominal fine for and. Yeah, what Sharon said is you're you're taking the word of a convicted felon, and and and in propagating that into into issues, and and other slander now, we have other issues out there that are, you know, we have a congresswoman that has financial issues where she was in control of a pack. And and we're not we're not questioning those a lot of people are questioning that and we'll see whether or not. Pain of Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. In regard to the issue of versus where the two things that Sean brought up one had to do with the veracity of the attorney, which is more on the tax side of the issue on the campaign finance side of the question. I've heard the John Edwards case I hadn't heard Barack Obama brought up in that context. But the John Edwards case brought up the case, very different. But. Edwards case is similar. And of course, the acquittal of Edwards is not precedent in the Donald Trump case. And you're wrong was was was the rule in John Edwards raw loves the jury. And I just I just don't know it well enough, but he has a plausible explanation and didn't the government had a weaker case. I believe than the president one. Because here as I said, you have the treasurer who's not indicted, and you have a longer period of time when nothing was done and only the last minute. So someone has a point. I I'm not being dogmatic. And I hope I didn't sound dog Matic. But these are the kinds of cases daughter tried and usually one by the government, I would say that I want all my tax cases..

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"mike corey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on KCRW

"As anything there is throughout the entire rest of the system. Breitbart was a sleeper powerhouse, and it became a major influencers. Prince a former navy seal was the ultimate pizza gave valid eater. Now. The story had legs pizza gate Twitter traffic spiked. I Donald John Trump, do solemnly swear. That I so we all know what happened in the election on November eighth? Trump won the electoral college and became president. But that didn't stop the spread of pizza gate. It actually grew after the election. So then the next major thing looks like is November sixteen th there's a decent sized spike. All of a sudden once again, that's reveals data editor Mike Corey. Yes. Dude things happened that day. Yeah. One. The story gets picked up in Turkey. And Turkey was Turkey and Turkey. Yeah. Gate was huge Turkey. I had no idea. It was front page. News Oliver Turkey and had hit on a sixteen. And then the other thing that happened on the sixteenth was Jack persona Beck. He went to comet ping pong to the pizzeria and he lives periscope his investigation where he was going to go inside comet ping pong and find out once and for all if there was any truth to the rumor, I was.

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"mike corey" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mike corey" Discussed on WJR 760

"Spend fifty are senior spend fifty minutes a day in college readiness. The first part of that year that's about applying for college. The second part of the year. That's about applying for financial aid applying for scholarships. We work really hard with the families to make sure the fast food is in. So we can do this. They have to work at it. And then the other thing is because most of our students are residents of Detroit they can qualify for the Detroit promise, and that can be a a great financial incentive. Whether they're the two year school or a four year school, but the cost of a of college education is is daunting for everyone, including our students. All right. I got about thirty seconds left. Is there a religious requirement for attending Cristo Rey. So you don't have to be Catholic to come to our school. We welcome students of all faiths, but we. Are a Catholic school our students take theology for the four years that they're here. And I think it's really important for me that our students understand the value of faith in their life when they graduate. Well, good for you for standing behind that principle and the and Billy being well, obviously it works. If you've got eight straight years of a one hundred percent graduation rate and college acceptance for these kids, that's just unbelievable Mike join us again with more updates on what you're doing. Okay. We'd love to hear more. All right. Great takes ranks opportunity. Thank you for being on it again. Congratulations. All right. Thanks, mike. Corey the president of Detroit Cristo Rey high school. What a story. Let's check WJR's traffic and weather first on the fives. And we've got.

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