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Walmart shooter left 'death note,' bought gun day of killing

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 17 hrs ago

Walmart shooter left 'death note,' bought gun day of killing

"New details have emerged about the Walmart shooter in Chesapeake, Virginia. Investigators say the Walmart supervisor who shot and killed 6 coworkers left behind what he called a death note. Andre Bing blamed others for mocking him and said he wishes his parents would have paid closer attention to his social deficits. Bing also said he did not plan the shooting, but that, quote, things just fell in place like I was led by the Satan. Coworkers who survived the shooting say was known for being difficult and for being hostile with employees. Police say Bing legally purchased a 9 millimeter gun he used, the day of the killings. He had no criminal record. Bing died at the scene of an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound. I'm Mike Hempen.

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Cowboys 21 second half unanswered points leads to 28-20 win vs. Giants | UNDISPUTED

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Cowboys 21 second half unanswered points leads to 28-20 win vs. Giants | UNDISPUTED

"The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really tried to break their method and one of the things I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. Dad Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns to Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two

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Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.

"AP sports, I'm Mike Reeves, it was a busy Thanksgiving Day in the NFL with three games on the schedule, the bills were in Detroit to meet the Lions, correspondent Denny cap, was there and has this report. Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day, passes heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next big. Josh Allen put bounced into position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs. Bob Stephens was on hand to watch the cowboys host the Giants. The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving, overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really what tried to break their method. And one thing I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. That Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns the Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two 28 in a touchdown for the Giants. In Minnesota Kirk Cousins finds Adam Thielen in the end zone with 9 34 left to give the Vikings a 33 26 win over the Patriots, it was cousins third scoring strike of the game, just a phenomenal catch by him. I thought that the way he's able to catch that football, keep his feet in bounds. It just says a lot about his ability. One of the things he does really well is his body control and he's just overall athleticism and he showed it there. A great play by him. In college football, Mississippi state gets passed almost 24 22 in college troops in top 5 action number one North Carolina and number three Kansas are winners. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.

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Crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike Novogratz

Coin Journal

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike Novogratz

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike novogratz. The galaxy digital boss said the cryptocurrency industry is facing a deficit of trust at the moment following recent events. Mike novogratz, the CEO of galaxy digital, in an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, pointed out that there is a crisis of confidence in the market. According to novogratz, the market will most likely not the post crypto is facing a deficit of trust, says Mike novogratz appeared first on coin journal.

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Devils' 13-game win streak halted in 2-1 loss to Maple Leafs

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Devils' 13-game win streak halted in 2-1 loss to Maple Leafs

"The devil's franchise record 13 game winning streak came to an end as the Maple Leafs came in and defeated New Jersey by the final score of two to one. Toronto scoring came in the first as pontius homework got the leafs on the board in three minutes later, John Tavares netted his 12th town of the year. The Devils had their first three goals of the game overturned. The fans and Prudential center upset after the third time through food and drinks on the ice, which caused a cleanup delay. Dougie Hamilton with a lone devil score late in the third, Toronto goalie Matt Murray stopped 32 shots as the leafs have now won two other last three. For the Devils, they face defeat for just the fourth time in 20 games played. Mike Moriarty, norc, New Jersey

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What Does Former Senator Jim Talent Think of the 'Hugh Rule'?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:08 min | 2 d ago

What Does Former Senator Jim Talent Think of the 'Hugh Rule'?

"Jim talent. Do you know Mike Rogers, the former congressman from Michigan? Yes. He's considering a run for president and I know Mike and Mike's been a gift. I would not let him on the debate stage. I've got a new I call it the Michelle bachmann rule, which is if you don't have a path to the presidency, we're not putting you on the debate stage, no matter how well meaning you are or what you can contribute if you don't have a path, we're not doing it. What do you think of the hue role? I like it you, although what we could do and I would prefer this format anyway is to break them up into three or four candidates at a time and do a more informal sort of sit around the table, have a discussion with good moderators. And if you did that, you could loosen it a little bit. People who were legitimate, I mean, really sound people, but didn't have a didn't have a payout. But no, I think we have to begin exercising discipline in debate formats. I mean, the point is to inform the people not to give everybody who wants one, you know, a few moments to talk about what they believe.

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Hugh Isn't Buying Sam Bankman-Fried's Mea Culpa Apology

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Hugh Isn't Buying Sam Bankman-Fried's Mea Culpa Apology

"Many articles on Sam, bankman free. Sam bankman fried ran FTX as a personal teacher, according to the Financial Times. FTX assets still missing as the firm begins bankruptcy process, according to The New York Times. This, from the Financial Times as well, Sam bankman fried issues a mayor couple letter to former FTX employees, calling them family. We frantically put everything together. It claimed Pierre, the position, it's just this nonsense. It's gobbledygook. I deeply regret my oversight failure. I lost track of the most important things in the commotion of company growth. I don't actually think that's true. Not when you've got a $120 million worth of Bahama pads. Nope, not buying that. You didn't have anything all of a sudden you think it's your money? Nope.

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The NYT Is Eager to Blame the Spread of COVID on YOU

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:21 min | 2 d ago

The NYT Is Eager to Blame the Spread of COVID on YOU

"A meanwhile, The New York Times eager to blame any spread of COVID on you. If you use anything they consider to be a far right platform, that includes gap. Now I don't use gab, but I don't know what's on gab. All I know is that it's a year after omicron surge officials see a reduced COVID threat this winter, who are the officials, Anthony Fauci, does anyone care no? Really? I mean, I've never seen such shattered credibility from the public health agencies ever. A lasting legacy of COVID far right platform spreading health myth. Now, I think that's absurd. Here I am, a conservative talk show host center Wright, perhaps got my two boosters, told this in the beginning, get your two vaccines, got your three boosters. I've got them still haven't had COVID. I fully expect somewhere down the road. I will get it, and I help my immune system has developed the necessary antibodies. No misinformation, there is a tunnel full of people who want to worry about that and that they're fine, but they don't do it on right wing. They find each other everywhere. You don't need to say this is a conspiracy theory. It's not. The CDC dropped the ball the FDA dropped the ball. Parts of the Trump administration originally, while they were doing warp speed, dropped the ball on the communications because they were being driven by Tony Fauci. And now the entire government is wrapped up in trying to prove that they didn't do anything wrong. In fact, public health completely botched the entire pandemic.

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Another Aspect of the Crypto World Is Tottering

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 min | 2 d ago

Another Aspect of the Crypto World Is Tottering

"In my news items from John Ellis this morning, one in which I had put on Twitter. I believe you will see that another aspect of the crypto world is tottering. There are a lot that are on the edge as the coinbase global Inc shares at an all time low amid rising investor skittishness over how far the fallout from the exchange FTX and solvency might spread. The largest U.S. cryptocurrency exchange stock dropped as much as 10.3% to $40 and 61 cents before it recovered a little bit only last 9% on Monday. Bitcoin is down 65%, coinbase shares by contrast to the $40 61 cent price yesterday. In April of 2021, we're at $429. You're seeing a lot of wealth go away. As the recession begins.

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Colorado gay club shooting suspect held without bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Colorado gay club shooting suspect held without bail

"The suspect in the Colorado Springs nightclub shooting is denied bail. In El Paso county court judge has ordered the alleged shooter Anderson Lee Aldrich held without bail. The next hearing in the case is December 6th. Aldrich is facing possible murder and hate crime charges following the fatal shooting of 5 people at a gay nightclub. The suspect was beaten into submission by patrons during the Saturday night shooting at club Q and was released from the hospital Tuesday. During a video appearance from jail Wednesday, Aldrich was slumped over in a chair with injuries visible to the face and head. I'm Mike Hempen

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Mike Pompeo: Head of Teacher’s Union Is the ‘Most Dangerous'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 2 d ago

Mike Pompeo: Head of Teacher’s Union Is the ‘Most Dangerous'

"Actually has a very good point here, as I pointed out and wrote this a couple of years ago back in 2019 and my book culture Jihad. That the radical leftists were actually using our nation's public education system to advance their radical agenda. So in essence, the reason why our country has changed so radically over such a short amount of time is because of the indoctrination that's happening inside our public school classrooms. Now many moms and dads, you weren't aware. You had plenty of stuff to do. I mean, you send your kids just like grandma and grandpa and great grandpa and great grandpa. You sent your kids to school and they had a school marm a teacher and you learned your lessons. You learned how to add and subtract and you learn how to read and write, you learned about dissecting a frog. Little boys went to shop class and they learned how to change tires and change the oil and how to build shelves and little girls learn how to make delicious pancakes and waffles with blueberries on top. That's how life was in America. And you know what? We won world wars. When we had an education system like that. And if you made a mistake, you screwed up. It wasn't the teacher's fault. You got your butt spanked in the school, and then you got it twice as hard, once you got home. And guess what? Generations of American boys and girls grew up, they became patriots. They became hardworking taxpayers, respectable citizens, and community leaders. And they'll do that anymore. Now you go to school, your poor kid comes home, and then let me know what their pronouns are. So I think Pompeo is right here when he says that the most dangerous person in the world is the leader of the teacher's union right here in the United States of America.

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Mike Zhao of the Asian American Coalition for Education Joins Dinesh

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:38 min | 2 d ago

Mike Zhao of the Asian American Coalition for Education Joins Dinesh

"Guys, I'm really delighted to welcome to the podcast Mike chow he is the president of Asian American coalition for education, and this is the group that's really exposed the Ivy League's racial discrimination against Asian Americans on the national stage. Mike grew up in communist China. He survived the cultural revolution, and he was a legal immigrant to the United States. He came in 1992, the website is Asian American for education dot org, Asian American for education dot org. And the book critical race theory and work culture, critical race theory and work culture. Mike, welcome to the podcast, I'm delighted to have you, you know, we're familiar with this woke ideology in the United States. And of course, a Supreme Court is taking up this issue of affirmative action. I'm actually happy to see, but I think what you bring to this debate is a not only an intellectual knowledge, but a personal experience of China, of the Chinese cultural revolution, and of an attempt to install a kind of socialist ideology throughout a whole society. Talk a little bit about your background and your experience of the Chinese cultural revolution. And then we can look to see if there are some similarities or traces of it that we can find in a different form here in the United States. Thank you for having me. I grew up in communist China, doing cultural revolution. My father suffered a political persecution. He lost freedom of the 6 years and he was a torture and he extended the whole family because my grandparents simply they were used to as I used to be land laws. There were deprived of the right to continue living in the city were forced to relocate to poor mankind villages, where there was no head walker, no factories, no nearby crane. My grandma suffered a heart attack months later and died years later because this kind of political persecution and extreme poverty and my mom also passed away. So I do it extreme poverty, political persecution in China. In 1992, I escaped to America and as I work all the way become directed global planning at the sameness energy, achieve the mind country.

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Malcolm Nance Is Right—Far Right Republicans Want to Kill Americans

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:01 min | 2 d ago

Malcolm Nance Is Right—Far Right Republicans Want to Kill Americans

"I hate that every time we have to talk to you, there's something that's proves you're right that is not a good thing. Someone just tweeted as Malcolm nan says they want to kill Americans. You tweeted, you know, after the Colorado Springs stochastic terrorism, Kerry lakes doing it in Arizona. Kerry lakes lies force Maricopa County election official into hiding with a torrent of death threats. I mean, Malcolm, it just feels like one long unbroken story. January 6th, the Paul Pelosi attack, you know, and they just don't stop. You know, they don't stop in terms of targeting people, Mike Pompeo just called the head of the teachers union, the most dangerous person in the world. Wow. Really? Yeah. I mean, I saw that yesterday I was absolutely stunned. Well, yes. And they want to kill Americans, and they are now encouraging other Americans to target other Americans. And the worst part is we are just getting started. Things are going to get much much worse. And I'm going to give that to you straight, no chaser. This is a pure, very obvious intelligence analysis that now because they won the House of Representatives. They feel not just empowered, but emboldened to go after their enemies. The good, you know, to a gay nightclub and shoot all the patrons. You know, to the point where, you know, families were there. They just, they have been told over and over again that liberals, liberalism, you know, education with the case of Randy Andy Randy weingarten. That's insane. Yeah. These people have decided they are going to embrace the potential of violence or actual violence and calling out their enemies so that this, you know, the crazy criminal crusaders will all come out and start killing them.

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Larsa Pippen Is Dating Marcus Jordan—Michael Jordan's Son

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:42 min | 3 d ago

Larsa Pippen Is Dating Marcus Jordan—Michael Jordan's Son

"Have you heard about this weird situation? Kind of a thirsty situation too. You know who larsa Pippen is? Lots of pippin attractive women used to be the wife of the former Chicago Bulls NBA star Scottie Pippen. You know, the guy who was Michael Jordan's number two guy. They won 6 titles together. But as the years went on, Scottie Pippen showed like a level of jealousy that maybe he wasn't treated as good as he should have been on those teams. You know what I mean? And a lot of feelings came out when that great Michael Jordan series was on last dance, a lot of stories came out and but either way, make no mistake. Scottie Pippen was a great ballplayer. And no way the Chicago Bulls would have won 6 titles without him. But here's the uncomfortable and weird part of the story, all these years later. So his former wife, larsa Pippen, she's made herself very visible with reality television, you know, she's a socialite and a businesswoman, et cetera. Like a lot of women in this era. Very petite, and she's known to be sexy when she wants to be, et cetera. Well, for the last several months, almost a year. She's been hanging out with Michael Jordan's son, Marcus. He's not, he's not a kid. He's 31, she's 48. The other day, there were photographed up in some seats during the football game, and SoFi Stadium, and at one point, some spectator with his phone on, started giving her the what for, right? He's like, hey, larsa. That's what you're doing? You're with the boy. You would Mike's son, you called mother trucker. You call this a mother trucker homie. It's getting very awkward, considering, you know, there is a strong rumor that she used to babysit Marcus back in the day. And they're kind of taking things in stride, you know, some NBA guys are talking shit about the whole thing. But it's just very strange because Scottie and Michael Jordan have this ongoing beef, which the last dance series really ignited and now could you imagine being Scottie Pippen knowing your ex-wife is getting hammered by Michael Jordan son?

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Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 d ago

Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

"Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks so much for having me, Charlie. So Terry, there's a lot of news to go through here and Terry, you run the wonderful American principles project to do a great job. Talk about some of the work you did this last cycle first. Well, we were up and running in several of these battleground Senate states, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, even and we were running campaign as educating American people, the American people about the threat to our kids, especially as it comes to transgenderism. We ran a lot of ads on women's sports. But this year we did something new that we haven't done before. We ran ads educating Americans about these transgender surgeries, the hormone treatments, and just the overall gender indoctrination that the left is doing to our kids in schools, and we produce really powerful ads. Charlie, we spent almost $15 million this cycle. It's something I'm really proud of because frankly, and I think you probably don't aware of this. The pro family movement has done a lot of great things and been good at a lot of things, but they've retreated from the political battlefield. And that's what we do in American principles project is be fill that political gap for the family. And we win campaigns and elections for them. So we're still reading on the results for how the impact that our ads had on the electorate. But we know that where the Republicans and the politicians that really leaned into these culture war issues and went on offense, they won by huge margins, right? Like look at Ron DeSantis, he won by barely half of a percentage point in 2018. He takes on Walt Disney corporation of all people. And wins by almost 20 points. Mike dewine in Ohio signed a heartbeat bill into law. He wins by 35 points. These guys that actually went into the culture war and led on this stuff. They were rewarded handsomely at the polls. And we need to get rid of the Mitch McConnell's of the world and the mccarthys and the Tom emmers, and we really need to start rewarding our guys when they fight for us because these guys want to keep us from fighting. It's been a disaster.

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Caller: President Biden Is Destroying Our Country

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Caller: President Biden Is Destroying Our Country

"Okay, thank you. President Biden is destroying our country. There is we should we can not stand for this. We can not stand for this. He is destroying our country. He is against us, and he's letting in all these immigrants to vote for him the next time he wants to be president. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. He led in all these immigrants, all these crime ridden people that are coming into our country talking in every day and by President Biden has to go

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How You Can Support Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 3 d ago

How You Can Support Prison Fellowship's Angel Tree Campaign

"Hey guys, I want to talk to you about prison fellowship we're in day two of Mike's annual prison fellowship angel tree campaign where your donations will make it possible for boys and girls all over America who have a mom or dad in prison to get to experience the blessing of a personalized message and the gospel through the angel tree program of our friends at the nonprofit, prison fellowship. Incredibly, over one and a half million Americans have a mom or dad that's in prison and some of them ask themselves, does my mommy or daddy still love me? Do they even remember me anymore? It's heartbreaking. But that won't happen in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the local angel tree volunteers know how important their mission is in this year's campaign. It's really devastating for a child to not have their parents around during Christmas time or to know that somebody loved them. 'cause that's really the key. They need to know that somebody loved them. Just having that connection with their parent and sending that message from the incarcerated parent. And to get that on Christmas morning, love dad or love mom is one of the greatest gifts you could ever give a child. So Thanksgiving is this Thursday and then before you can blink Christmas will be here. You can still make an eternal difference in the lives of these children when you support angel tree by going to Mike online dot com, click on the angel tree banner at the top of the page and make a donation.

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Mike Rowe: Employment Numbers by Democrats Miss Key Data

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 3 d ago

Mike Rowe: Employment Numbers by Democrats Miss Key Data

"On to say that we've been focusing on the wrong thing. We look at the unemployment numbers and guys, there's a real unemployment number and there's a basically a fake unemployment number, I shouldn't say fake unemployment number, but there's the U three and the U 6. I'm gonna forget everything that in entails right now, but basically the U 6 number, which is the real unemployment number, which is what we used to calculate. It encompasses everything from people that have discouraged workers. People that have lost lost their jobs completely. The discourage workers, like I said, they moved out of just left the job force, got discouraged. Maybe they went to look for another job, but they're temporarily out of the job force. And it would count those people that moved from full-time to part time. So you had three facets there. All right? So the people that just left were completely get discouraged, we're not even counting at this point. I believe that's what they would the categorize these people as. So when the Democrat party tries to pretend as if the unemployment numbers are great. Guys, we are still feeling jobs. We're still feeling jobs that were absolutely an utterly destroyed during the pandemic. And I should say, I was gonna say as a result of the pandemic, but actually as a result of the lockdowns. Because the left totally destroyed this economy. And I believe they did it intentionally. But I think as a result of that, we're seeing manhood being totally destroyed in America.

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"mike z" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"mike z" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Just enjoy it when the best time in history to be alive. This is amazing. Well, we are uncovering things that have been going on for decades and decades. And it's only, as you know, because of Trump's overwhelming victory in 2016, that's the only reason it's just kind of funny the way it all went down. What happened in 2020, if it hadn't happened, we wouldn't be trying to fix it. We would be letting it go, and I do think Mike, that, you know, we have many people you call it the uni party. Many people he establishment rhino Republicans that they are trying to stir the pot between desantis and Trump just trying to cause trouble. When we come back, final segment with Michael lindell folks, I want to remind you, support Mike and support this program by going to my store dot com and my pillow dot com use the code Eric. We appreciate it. God bless you, we'll be right back. Folks, welcome back, talking to Michael and Dale an hour too. We have John zamir. We also have asked metaxas since it's Thursday and John's mirac. Mike, you were just saying something to me off the air. Repeat it if you don't mind. Well, I was telling everybody that not only we get, you know, we're going to end up getting the machines gone and have elections instead of selection, but all the bad people have revealed themselves. And I'm talking the blockers, some of them are more evil than others, but I'll give an example. Robin vos in Wisconsin. He's a Speaker of the House there. He's done nothing but block and obstruct Wisconsin all the evidence and everything that came out of Wisconsin. They even Eric. They even said Robin vos on tape said, I can't do anything. You can't overturn election unless unless the judge would rule that there's actually evidence of crime of a fraud. Not shortly after that, there was constant Supreme Court came out and said, there's fraud here in Wisconsin. They ruled that it was. And Robin boss went silent. Robin vos also did a 7th month investigation with the guy ex Supreme Court judge Michael gableman. Michael Gaiman said, wow, we got machine fraud. We got crime everywhere. And we got a certified Wisconsin. Robin boss said, no. So when people do stuff, against common sense, you got to say, well, what's your agenda? Well, Robin vos has a huge agenda, and I want to tell everyone, we try to beat him again with Adam Steen and his district, Racine county, Wisconsin, and Robin won, he texts me at two in the morning, the night of the election, or one in the morning. Mike, you tried to beat me twice, and he's all gloating. And I said, well, you're not the more than a traitor. He says, yeah, but I sleep, I'm gonna sleep good tonight and not on your pillow. I mean, it was just like a little kid, you know, like this. Then Eric, I get another checks from Alan duke, remember he's the Facebook crooked trader Factbook face checker on for Zuckerberg. And I have said everything about him what he's done to our country by covering stuff up. What she's doing it right now, again, to me. And if it's a fact, Alan duke will cover up. He's down. He sends me a picture, Eric with him and Brad rasenberger in Georgia. So here's crooked Brad and Ellen duke and he sends me a picture. Hey Mike, I'm down here with Brad, and anything you'd like me to ask, you may say, ask him a prison you two would like to end up when this is all over. You know, it's just disgusting that we found out who the bad people are, who the who's part of the uni party and so we have all that. Think of, if this were to happen, 8 months ago, and you found all the evidence brought out or a year ago, you wouldn't have found all these, they pop up like pocket gophers, the evil. Hello, I'm evil too. I'm able to, you know, and well, there's so many people that the corruption, I mean, look, this is the whole thing. Every American should care about corruption folks. It doesn't matter where you stand politically. And the corruption is in both parties. It goes all the way to the bottom. It's horrible. We've got to stand against it. We've got to get rid of the machines. We've got to make sure that whomever you vote for, that that vote is counted. I didn't tell you this, Mike, when I went to vote here in New York City, I gave them my driver's license. I said, America taxes. And the woman refused to look at my ID, refused to reach it. Just tell me your name. Just tell me your name. And I thought, how do you know what's really me? I could just come in here and they were offended. She says, are you a Republican? She asked me, are you a Republican? Are you saying only the Democrats cheat? What are you saying? They refuse to look at my ID. This is everywhere happening in America, various levels of cheating. So you're exactly right. And what we told everybody to do and they did it across their country, Erica, you know, I do a call every week job at tens of thousands of people and all the grassroots out there. And they got the word out. And what they did is so many people went in, if they got a mail in Bill, they tucked it in their pocket and they went in and said, I'm here to vote. They should oh no, you voted. And they pulled out the envelope said, no, I haven't, and they called their sheriff..

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"mike z" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"mike z" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Yeah. It's true. It's true, but in our mind they did, but they actually did not happen. But in our mind, they have. And that's just the waste of energy. It's a waste of energy and a positive use of energy is to visualize the victory, spend that energy towards envision the victory. And it's not envisioning victory like I can't personally envision being in the NBA because of 5 7. Maybe 5 8 when I used to. Volumizing shampoo. So we're not talking about envisioning impossible victories here. You're talking about envisioning things that are within your grasp that you can do. Exactly. But when you say that, I just watched a documentary on Mike Z bogues. That documentary, I'm telling you, he was, I mean, he could barely see over this table. Right now. And he went on not only just to be in the NBA, but he excelled. And so I'm not going to tell anyone that it's unrealistic. I know what you're going, but who are we to say to anyone that what they are dreaming or what they are hoping for. And I have to catch myself because sometimes I'll have a young person come into my office and they want to vice on the industry and oftentimes they want to be on air and I'm talking with them and I'm watching their tape and I'm thinking yikes. I don't really know if this person fits realistic for them to. But I'm not going to say that to them. And there are times that we defy the odds, but I do agree with you in somewhat being real about those things that you set for yourself. But I can't even really get that out because I never want to squash somebody's dream. The fair enough. Yeah. Coming up, Robin talks about making the decision to be positive on purpose. And she talks about how she sometimes goes back to the wisdom in her own book when she's facing personal challenges. After this. You mentioned before positivity

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"mike z" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:52 min | 2 months ago

"mike z" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Have you heard of this disgust or studying in the past? Am I not thinking of something obvious that would make the snap work? I think I've heard this floated just because everything has been floated at some point. Sure. I think he is essentially right that a bigger baseball would create more drag because it would have more surface area and it would not carry as well. I wouldn't be able to say what the effect that the stitches might have and the movement and all of that. And I guess that is maybe one reason why you wouldn't do this versus just the tempering with the ball, you know, it's pretty serious business. As we have learned of late when MLB has either changed the ball intentionally or had it changed unintentionally, just tiny changes in the ball really can change things about baseball that maybe you hadn't even anticipated. Now, to their credit, I suppose they did set out to deaden the ball somewhat. You could argue whether that was a good idea to do that at this point, but they did intend to do that and that has happened. I would argue that the effects have not been great in that we've had just less offense and the other offensive problems haven't necessarily fixed themselves. We just have the ball carrying less, but they did set out to make the ball debtor and they did achieve that goal, which maybe gives you a bit of confidence that they could actually achieve whatever effect that they intended if they were to make the ball bigger, but it is playing with fire a little bit. Like when you mess with the ball, when you mess with the strike zone, it is a great way to achieve some results because a small change to those things really can change big things about baseball and about the baseball, but it's dangerous, you know? And so you might say, well, it makes sense. Just go straight to the baseball and why mess around around the margins here. We could just fix the baseball itself and govern the way that we want the game to be played that way. No mass no fuss, but it is a little scary, I think, to tamper with the thing that this sport is named after the most central piece of equipment. So if there's sort of a more elegant way to achieve that goal without messing with the baseball and possibly courting some sort of disaster, you know, I don't know how big a deal is like pitchers can be pretty finicky about the ball and what feels. And understandably so. So if you were to actually change the size of the thing in a noticeable way, pitchers would probably have some notes about that. Oh yeah, I mean like can you imagine how many, even if they're all the same size, some starter would just keep throwing them back and being like, no, not that one. No, not that one. No, not that one. No, not that one. I mean, in some respects, it would be, it could be an opportunity for the league to say, let's all come together and we're gonna have you, you know, lab leak. We're gonna have a lab leak this ball and find something that is sort of a nice middle point between the offensive environment we want and something you actually feel comfortable throwing. But it would be the size of the baseball. That just feels like big stuff to change. And they would be quirky even still be able to use it as a comp for the toilet flap. Precise. It never think about the knock on effects of these things until it's too late and suddenly you don't know what size toilet flap to get or what a grape versus a grapefruit is. You know, we're just out here flying blind about fruit and baseballs. Yeah, gotta be careful when you mess with the bulb. But. I agree, it might have the intended effect, but then again, it might backfire hardly and what would happen if you manufactured all of the balls and you put all your balls in that court so to speak or you're also met basketball. They come home to roost. Eggs and baskets, chickens, roost, I guess those things go together. In the hand versus the bush, you would definitely want to have a lab leak situation before you change the ball in that sort of significant way. I just saw in the baseball subreddit that if two baseball games in which Albert Pujols homered had not been rained out, he would actually have 699 now because in 2003 and 2008, he hit home runs in games that were rained out before the completion of 5 innings. And then they never made the month. Right. And now, of course, those wood count and you would have just continued those games. They've changed the suspension rules. Yeah. So I guess there's press for this and that there used to be certain types of balls that were homers that are not now or that weren't homers that are now like balls that went fair past the foul pole, but then landed foul used to be foul balls, I believe, at one point. And balls that bounced on the warning track and went over the fence, those used to be homers at one point, so you could play this game with Babe Ruth and others as well. But even with Albert Pujols who did not play like a century ago, they have changed the rules within his very long career in such a way that, you know, if they played the whole thing over with the current rules, maybe he'd have two more diggers and then he'd just need one more, which would be well within reach, although three seems pretty within reach the way that he's going lately anyway. All right. Also a question along these lines from Chase gave 2000 again, Patreon supporter. So we just talked about the ball. He says, we're spending so much energy on fixing the balls, but maybe we should fix the bets. He says, slimmer, more flexible, or less flexible, I don't know. I know I've read about how unwieldy Babe Ruth's bat was, maybe we're due for another revolution there while we're moving second base and adding clocks. And Mike Z listener says, in listening to the recent discussion about what the effects of shrinking gloves would be, it reminded me of the different bats I used growing up as I progressed through little league and into high school ball, the rule regarding weight of the bats would change, but also the diameter, if I remember right, the under ten leagues were allowed to use two and a quarter inch barrels, ten to 14 could use two and three quarter inch barrels and over 14 would use two and 5 eighths inches barrels. I could be remembering the ages rung, but the idea of different barrel sizes is pretty commonly accepted and people don't think twice about it. What if we allow major leaguers to use bats slightly bigger in diameter? I don't think they would have a problem adjusting and in theory would help them make more contact with the absolutely nasty pitches we see today. One hesitation I had initially was that it would just produce more foul balls and we've got enough of those already, but the more I think about it, I think we would trade some foul balls for balls in play and some whiffs for fouls, which might end up in a net zero change in foul tips.

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"mike z" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"mike z" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Welcome to doctor podcast. We appreciate you guys being here so much. Appreciate you supporting people to support the pod. You guys have been very kind to keeping the wins in the sale of the corolla pirate trip now for quite some time. So let's keep it going. We appreciate it so we can keep doing these interesting interviews. Today is no exception. I have Mike gimbal. He is the executive producer. I'm sorry. He's executive produced by Susan and Robert Downey Jr.. The podcast is the sunshine place. Mike is the president of Mike Kimball associates. He's active in the field of substance use for 40 years himself sober for nearly a half a century. It's amazing. Mike, welcome to the program. It's good to see you again. Thank you. Can you play 50 years in sobriety? That's amazing. It's got to be some sort of record. Did you know, Bill W, did you know? Did you beat them? Did you have coffee in the kitchen? That was his bartender. No. No, actually, my whole story is with the podcast, the sunshine place is about. I went into synonym in California on October 1st, 1972, and that was it. I never used again, and it'll be 50 years this October. Wow. So it's pretty amazing. Yeah, I haven't found too many people that have been want to consistent basis clean that long. And how did you get hooked up with Robert Downey? Well, he teamed up with a few different companies, all Odyssey, which owns a lot of podcasts, cadence 13, and film company called wink pictures. I guess they're all on a Hollywood. And Robert Downey and his wife, Susan, have a production company. And they produce movies and TV series and a whole lot of stuff.

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"mike z" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"mike z" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"All 5 states back to Donald Trump. We have never heard this before. I mean, the level of fraud, anyone of these ways of cheating, flips the election to Joe Biden. And we have three and four different ways that this was done. So we're going to do it. We're going to do it. I'm getting more information together, more states. I want to do a massive lawsuit against the federal government. This is on the federal level. This is what they want to do to our whole United States where you email and check in your vote. They did it in three counties in Utah to for a test pilot and where you just emailed in your vote. I mean, where do we go from here if they, if that's the case, but I want to get this overturned in the federal government suit, 890,000. These people served our country over there and their vote goes in and it's just and no identification no nothing. It is so wicked. It's the kind of thing you wouldn't dream that this could happen in the United States of America that this country has been stolen. The voice of the American people has been stolen by wicked wicked anti American people. And if you don't speak up, folks, if you don't become Mike lyndell and your world and speak against this stuff, you've become part of the problem. We have a duty to do for those who've died for freedom. I think of my old parents coming from countries where they didn't have freedom. And they would go and stand in line to vote in Danbury, Connecticut, their votes and the votes of all those people who waited in line have been nullified because of criminals. If that doesn't upset you, you're dead inside. You're cynical. It's not okay to be cynical. You need to be hopeful and proactive. Right. And I want to say one more thing. Yeah, you can't save your courage for a rainy day because it's pouring outside. But I will say this. If you're a Republican, if you're a legislature in this country and you have sat back and been part of this cover up, I'm telling you now, I promise you, your name will go down. You will be labeled either a hero or a traitor. There's gonna be nothing in between this time. This is for all the marbles. This is for everything. All right, so now is the time folks. We're out of time, but now is the time to speak up. If you know anything, you better speak up now. Mike lindell, our friend, patriot hero, God bless you, my friend. Thank you. Thank you, Eric. Bless. Make like a mister mumbles and your eyes zero. Make like a mister big dig up hero hey folks, if you listen to this program, of course, you've heard me talk at infinitum about my pillow and my friend Mike lindell. Well, Mike is just announced that you will receive one of his books in the book is next level insane. It is called what are the odds from crack addict to CEO. It's his story. You will receive it absolutely free with any purchase using the promo code.

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"mike z" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on No Agenda

"Hey producers had thought which. I thought was pretty interesting. You know how In this big scary. Bill whatever's going on the idea is that the us government will have full access to any bank account with six hundred dollars in it and so they can track what goes in and goes out of your account. Yeah so y six hundred dollars. Why that number. Why not five hundred. One thousand y six hundred dollars. Well now that you mention it at never drew mike curiosity but now now i'm curious our producer mike z. Points to a quote from billionaire hedge fund manager leon cooperman regarding the game stop stock surge. He said the reason why this happened. The reason why you had these little pieces of shit or ruining our business we had it all shortage just perfectly and they had to come in and ruin it and create the short squeeze because of their six hundred dollar stimulus checks. I think that's the reason. Well saddam reason they want to know exact they want to know if you get six hundred dollars in any account they wanna know what you're doing with it because of their own crap on wall street. I think it's i think it's very there's no other six hundred number to make any sense as one theory people. Should it be out there on the lookout for this. The only theory we've got well. How about this. hold on. Hold on Mister bobo the troll. Ten ninety nine a limit is six hundred dollars. Is that true. That could be true too. But why six hundred crazy numbers. I dunno six hundred. I thought it was very. It was brilliant. Look even goes through stein all the none of these bills capacity. You think i mean. There's no way. He thinks that they're going to pass this. This thing that god knows what it is except now lottery were a two thousand five hundred page bill out. You can't even find a real bill. That's readable it it you know. I hear twenty five twenty seven. I don't think anyone is read this whole thing. I certainly haven't whole well. Typically though i like to read these things sometimes. I take a brace agreed. This bill from page pays to twenty seven hundred. I mean it may be hard for you to believe but sometimes it take a break from watching talk. And i do some research i. It doesn't sound right. Well let's go. Joe biden wait. Wait wait wait. Wait because i need to discuss something with you. It's back his back. It has to do with joe biden to it has to do with this bill. It's back the trillion dollar coin of how many times do we have to hear this bullcrap weeks ago. No yeah but people are acting like. It's it's a new novel idea. Paul krugman when did we. I talk about this two thousand years ago. Thousand twelve and in fact in two thousand years ago in two thousand twelve. We even played this clip to accentuate. How stupid an idea it is and this is from the simpsons forty. The people of europe struggled to rebuild following the war. Simpson lease this crisis president. Truman promised really american tax dollars will help our allies who fought so poorly and surrendered so readily make good on this drunk post. Truman authorized the one time printing the largest denomination currency ever trillion dollar bill and.

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"mike z" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on No Agenda

"A hey producers had thought which i thought was pretty interesting. You know how In this big scary. Bill whatever's going on the idea is that the us government will have full access to any bank account with six hundred dollars in it and so they can track what goes in and goes out of your account. Yeah so y six hundred dollars. Why that number. Why not five hundred. One thousand y six hundred dollars. Well now that you mention it at never drew mike curiosity but now now i'm curious our producer mike z. Points to a quote from billionaire hedge fund manager leon cooperman regarding the game stop stock surge. He said the reason why this happened. The reason why you had these little pieces of shit or ruining our business we had it all shortage just perfectly and had to come in and ruin it and create the short squeeze because of their six hundred dollar stimulus checks. I think that's the reason. Well saddam reason they want to know exact they want to know if you get six hundred dollars in any account they wanna know what you're doing with it because of their own crap on wall street. I think it's i think it's very there's no other six number to make any sense is one theory people. Should it be out there on the lookout for this. The only theory we've got well. How about this. hold on. Hold on Mister bobo the troll. Ten ninety nine a limit is six hundred dollars. Is that true. That could be true too. But why six hundred crazy numbers. I dunno six hundred. I thought it was very. It was brilliant. Look even goes through stein all the none of these bills capacity. You think i mean. There's no way. He thinks that they're going to pass this. This thing that god knows what it is except now lottery were a two thousand five hundred page bill out. You can't even find a real bill. That's readable it it you know. I hear twenty five twenty seven. I don't think anyone is read this whole thing. I certainly haven't whole well. I typically go. I like to read these things. Sometimes i take a brace agreed. This bill from page pays to twenty seven hundred. I mean it may be hard for you to believe but sometimes it take a break from watching talk. And i do some research i. It doesn't sound right. Well let's go. Joe biden wait. Wait wait wait. Wait because i need to discuss something with you. It's back his back. It has to do with joe biden to it has to do with this bill. It's back the trillion dollar coin of how many times do we have to hear this bullcrap. No yeah but people are acting like. It's it's a new novel idea paul krugman. When did we. I talk about this. Two thousand years ago two thousand twelve and in fact in two thousand years ago in two thousand twelve. We even played this clip to accentuate. How stupid an idea is and this is from the simpsons forty. The people of europe struggled to rebuild following the war up. Simpson lease this crisis president. Truman promised really american tax dollars will help our allies who fought so poorly and surrendered so readily make good on this drunk post. Truman authorized the one time printing the largest denomination currency ever trillion dollar bill and.

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"mike z" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on No Agenda

"A hey producers had thought which i thought was pretty interesting. You know how In this big scary. Bill whatever's going on the idea is that the us government will have full access to any bank account with six hundred dollars in it and so they can track what goes in and goes out of your account. Yeah so y six hundred dollars. Why that number. Why not five hundred. One thousand y six hundred dollars. Well now that you mention it at never drew mike curiosity but now now i'm curious our producer mike z. Points to a quote from billionaire hedge fund manager leon cooperman regarding the game stop stock surge. He said the reason why this happened. The reason why you had these little pieces of shit or ruining our business we had it all shortage just perfectly and they had to come in and ruin it and create the short squeeze because of their six hundred dollar stimulus checks. I think that's the reason. Well saddam reason they want to know exact they want to know if you get six hundred dollars in any account they wanna know what you're doing with it because of their own crap on wall street. I think it's i think it's very there's no other six hundred number to make any sense is one theory people. Should it be out there on the lookout for this. The only theory we've got well. How about this. hold on. Hold on Mister bobo the troll. Ten ninety nine a limit is six hundred dollars. Is that true. That could be true too. But why six hundred crazy numbers. I dunno six hundred. I thought it was very. It was brilliant. Look even goes through stein all the none of these bills capacity. You think i mean. There's no way. He thinks that they're going to pass this. This thing that god knows what it is except now lottery were a two thousand five hundred page bill out. You can't even find a real bill. That's readable so it it. You know. I hear twenty five twenty seven. I don't think anyone is read this whole thing. I certainly haven't whole well. I typically go. I like to read these things. Sometimes i take a brace agreed. This bill from page pays to twenty seven hundred. I mean it may be hard for you to believe but sometimes it take a break from watching talk. And i do some research i. It doesn't sound right. Well let's go. Joe biden wait. Wait wait wait. Wait because i need to discuss something with you. It's back his back. It has to do with joe biden to it has to do with this bill. It's back the trillion dollar coin of how many times do we have to hear this bullcrap. No yeah but people are acting like. It's it's a new novel idea paul krugman. When did we. I talk about this. Two thousand years ago two thousand twelve and in fact in two thousand years ago in two thousand twelve. We even played this clip to accentuate. How stupid an idea it is and this is from the simpsons forty. The people of europe struggled to rebuild following the war up. Simpson elise this crisis president. Truman promised really american tax dollars will help our allies who fought so poorly and surrendered so readily make good on this drunk post. Truman authorized the one time printing of the largest denomination currency ever trillion dollar bill. And.

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"mike z" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the eric metaxas. Show with your host. Eric taxes album. It's tuesday and i gotta tell you We've got a lot happening right here number. One mike lindell oh coming up in a couple of minutes really to tell us well tells a lot of stuff. I'm going to ask him some tough questions. Because i know he just likes to talk. I got to cut him off. I gotta say mike. I need to know yes or no. Are you a fan of casey in the sunshine band. Yes or no. I don't need a long complicated answer. I wanna know. Yeah is he or is he not your boogeyman ask. Are you my boogeyman or not. I this this weekend. I was in chattanooga and i wanna tell you folks i go around the country to these amazing places and i get such encouragement. I'm begging you so many people. I meet they say. Listen to the program. And i and i say. Are you signed up for my newsletter know. What's that eric. Metaxas dot com. If you're not signed up for the newsletter. More than half of what i do. You're not going to know about it and at least this way. If you miss most of the programs in a week you get the newsletter. And you can see. Oh eric interviewed. Victor davis hanson. Let's watch that interview. We've got amazing interviews coming up. So the first thing i'm saying is please go to my website folks begging here okay. Eric metaxas dot com. When we got knocked off of youtube. We need to find other ways to reach you. I'm asking you. Please sign up for all my social media. But you don't even have to do that if you go to my website eric metaxas dot com sign up for the newsletter sign. Everyone you know up. And just don't tell them they'll be blessed but i say it because we there's so much that we can't share this. We don't have the time to share. I can't wait to see you and dennis prager from this past weekend. Oh my goodness when. I was in chattanooga. I had an event with dennis prager. And i wanna tell you. We're going to send the video out on my newsletter. If you don't sign up eric. Metaxas dot com. Yeah thanks for reminding me. Oh i mean the i'm to i'm serious is together truly he. I've never seen him so animated in the sense that he he's very angry about some of the things that have happened in this country. He knows the details. So go to eric. Metaxas dot com. Sign up the newsletter. That's number one number two. Don't get the vaccine number. Actually seriously i read more and more that i'm saying ladies and gentlemen for the love of.

"mike z" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Okay. That is a liquid death in case you're wondering, which, by the way, is just water that you remember to put in the fridge. Instead of other water that comes from not inside your fridge. Anyway, this is the add ons podcast and my name's Adam jabber. We have a friend of mine, somebody that you may also know. Mike Powell is on the show. And he had me over to his house. We had some meat. And we hung out. And we were a bit of a bit of a mess for this one. But I love talking to Mike. It's hilarious. And it's also good that we had a mediator there. And Adam sour wine. To kind of keep us on track and remember each other's questions and topics. And yeah, this is a fun one. If you don't know Mike, Mike's been in the industry for a very long time. He was the I don't even know what his official title was. I'm sure he says in the beginning of this episode. But he was a very important person at K two for a while. And he's like the guy I think of when I think about K two and the people inside. I feel like at that brand a lot of times, you don't necessarily know who's behind K two, and I feel like you always knew that it was Mike. And I think that's really rad. He is such a has a great voice. He's a great talker. He's very fun. He's very welcoming. Anyway, enough of probably blowing Mike Z go up here. But he was very gracious, hosted, Adam, and I at his house, and cooked us me, and we chatted chatter about all kinds of stuff. There's some good apologies in here from Mike. Those are cool. There's some good conversation. There's a lot of nonsense. There's chewing, I'm sure. So I apologize. I know the audio quality sometimes is all over the place on the show. I'm imagining it's going to be all over the place for real this time. So I apologizing again. I other than Fisher skis, I opted to not have an additional sponsor for this episode because this episode is kind of just whenever I do it with another ski podcaster that was funny. Whenever I do an episode with another ski podcaster, I feel like it's just a chat, like I'm having a conversation. It's like very inside baseball. It's like maybe not maybe this is what you want to hear. Maybe it's not what you want to hear, but I leave that up to you guys to determine for yourselves, but I didn't want to put any sponsors other than Fisher who is forced to love us and appreciate us for the time being. So absolutely check out Fisher skis. I'm rambling a bit right now. But Mike Powell worked at K two for forever. He now hosts in my opinion, one of, if not the best ski podcast out there, he is very, if nothing else, it is the most versatile ski podcast, I.

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"mike z" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"Tuned in once again to the three questions with andy richter. I'm andy richter. I continue to be unfortunately And i am talking today with a very prolific creator of television of laughs of good times. Mr mike sure Hello mike hello how are you. I'm good i'm good. How are you. i'm good we say. How are you a just completely lying about the fact that we've actually been talking for about eight minutes now before you started recording feels weird to be like. How are you when. I know how you work because you just told me. Eight months ago. I know but but yeah we have to like that that way. Then people don't know that we were talking shit about people. Those full eight minutes. You know like the the sort of update on our states was just incidental to us trashing people. That's right so let's let's do a wartime asked me introduce me and ask me how i'm doing. Okay ladies and gentlemen the very talented mike sure. Hey mike how are you. I'd spent so long. How are you. I'm so excited to be talking to you in a new for the first time in in years this moment i already talk. I'm sure excited that. I've raced my memory bank of ever having met you so it's all new and fresh. Sure you're going to be so disappointed are you. Are you working as much as you would be normally or is as kobe. Still of curbed what you are capable of doing no. We're kind of still. We kind never stopped. Yeah and i say we meaning everyone around the royal we assure no i know but like the data that you work with and rooms and everything. Yeah i was in the middle of the show the first season of the show. Rutherford falls that produced in created for peacock and we were are just about to shoot the pilot when everything shut down..

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"mike z" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

10:11 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"From like from writing creating kind of thing exactly. Yeah to two aspiring writers who are either just starting at our early in into their careers. God yeah my heart. Really goes out to young aspiring writers. Right now i think this this trend of right to amazing pilots. Yeah and then and then we'll we might meet with you right to me if i what occurs. It's it's fucking insane. You can purse here hell. It's it is so hard for a very experienced writer to write and amazing pile. It's hard to write a decent and now people want you not only do it once but twice in the twice part is to like prove a track record with it or to prove that it's not a fluke that the first one's not a fluke. Yeah i it's it's insanity and i think a lot of great writers are being missed in the process or end because this thing started at maybe six seven years ago this trend where i think agents thought at may be studios. Thought this was going to be kind of a gold mine of will get these great pilot scripts from young writers. They won't cost a lot and that'll be a new way to develop tv. It never panned out at at the the pilots now. They're used for staffing. So i'm not really that interested as showrunner if you can write a great putt. If you can't. God bless you. And i i'm more interested. Can't you mimic the tone of my show. Because that's what your job is gonna be your your job. I've not hiring you to create a new show hiring you to write this show and so that's not either of people. If you are like aspiring writers talk to your agents. Talk to you or your managers. You raps about this thing. I'm kind of like the school now. I mean i don't believe in it at all but if you have to do it i would do. What pilot and one spec script of existing show like something on the air. And if if i haven't seen the show that's on me you know i can go. Look i can go watch a couple episodes and see if if you nailed it right now Because that's what i care about. And that's what julian i look for when we're hiring writers once in a while you do come across a great pilot ed and that's fun but when you get a stack of two hundred like wow two hundred pilots. Two hundred amazing pilots. Television is all set for the next thirty and i. I've talked to some show runners who also had to have that feeling whether it just tired of the pilots and ed. Your decision is usually made in the first ten fifteen pages sometimes in the first five if you're not into it you're moving onto another script because you could. You're trying to read more writers. So yeah that's good advice. Yeah so you know. And when you're doing your pilot you know be heartbe your harshest critic at because don't think that well but act. Three is great when they get the the first two acts a little shaky. But they're gonna love ac three first to actor shaky attack three right. Yes or if you are writing a pilot and you're brainstorming. The whole season of the show. I find a lot of writers will be like well. I'm only teasing what's going to be really unveiled in the rest of the season. And i'm like yes bitch. You're never gonna get there the way that going. Yeah it's kind of evolved into don't even worry about it being a series like just write a funny pilot script and don't worry about planting these things and use it more as a writing a sample of your comedy writing ability. Even if it's a crazy premise. If you can execute you know some great funny moments at the that indicates what kind of voice you might bring to a show and you know. Hit the emotional. You're trying to appeal to lots of different kinds of shows with descript and it's real hard to tough harder to hit so that if you're lucky enough to get a meeting somewhere Be prepared at the beginning. It's this is your use an old reference this is your johnny carson set. You're you're on the couch and it's like you got you know a few minutes to make an impression and you want to first of all. Don't sit back in the couch and get super comfortable. Sit on a lean forward. Sit on the edge. Look excited to be that a when we were hiring for dunk bill. Somebody came in and did this thing like just asking julian. Hi questions julian me and it was. I okay was funny the first time you she. She did kinda so tell. Tell me about yourselves or whatever at every laugh but then the big kept up. Oh no i share. It was a bit interviewing the zodiac killer. So we consequently we had other meeting schedules. And we didn't get to learn a lot about her or like what she thought of the show or about her own life be prepared with funny stories about your family. You know. don't go in. He don't have to pitch stories for that series. A matter of fact you shouldn't and show runner shouldn't ask you to do that. Because it's i kind of i don't know if it's illegal but it's definitely unethical arm to make it's bad for because if writers are coming in pitching stories this more advice for show runners stop asking writers to compete with stories for your pilot series. If you're not going to hire that writer you. Those stories are not yours. Yeah that goes to what's happening on both the wj animation guild sides of like no free development work to like there's been so many bake offs on because everything is just a reboot of pre existing. Ip now it seems so. There's so many like yeah. We love to hear. You're taking and i'm really happy to see that the unions are really doubling down on pepe. Bad don't you know ask unless you pay but then the pay is so low that you're like oh kind of wish you didn't pay me feels like an insult. I don't know what to do with this. You want to command because the meetings have you might. You might only be there for fifteen twenty minutes. You know you gotta make an impression you have have a couple of four funny stories ready about your own life your own personal experiences where we can hear like oh boy they could bring that to the show that you know something like would duck and we were asking every person what kind of a teenager were. You like people. There was a lot of. I don't know. I guess. I i was a good kid and that was the anti. Okay well did you ever get anything. Funny happened at school. Ever get in trouble. Ever have a humiliating teenage moment What was your relationship like with your parents. And if we're not getting anything out of your life is like you know you're probably not going to get hired Fanshawe that's a great thing to have ready. Don't have thoughts on how to make the pilot better after you people do that or or yeah fixing the changing. The premise of your chef could use a little bit of work. God really yeah just all that stuff. And if it's an animated show and you're the show runner bak- fucking riders gal. Yeah why for it and particularly if you have the clout to make it happen. Then there's no excuse for not doing that. because you're writers are going to get screwed. Yeah you know in money in healthcare and pension. It's the same. It's the same exact. Yeah i'm really glad that you brought that up because when you were talking earlier about being typecast as the cartoon guy i feel like a similar thing is happening with the division of animation guild covering shows versus writers guild covering shows and you know no shade to the animation guild and the fine people over there. They are all very nice. Fine people but you know when you look at the pay discrepancy. There's this really great graphic going around right now that you know just like in the simple facts like the pay for. Wj covered show is triple the amount of the animation guild show and what that does is it makes it look like all the animation guild animated shows are less than and therefore the writers that are working on. Those shows are basically like the level of an intern in the wgn is and it becomes really difficult to break out of that. Oh yeah the tv. The market being what it is right. Now if you're a comedy writer trying to break in. There's more chance of you N. even for experienced right. There's there's much more of a chance if you landing on an animated show now than say like a multi cam because they don't make that many multi yes..

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"mike z" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"As we always like our poor actors always had to say you've just been hit by a hit squad and inevitably you. All you get in. Return is blank clo. Yes exactly. that's very funny. And then we said we would have to edit out the part we explained to them. The shows like candid camera. And so when we say you've been hit by the hit squad if you know how people react. I can't a camera there. You could give us something like that. Oh my god. That's amazing some people will just refused to do other people we would have to pay. That's excellent yeah. We had a very fun. Cast of like great improv actors. Who were very brave doing hidden camera. Bats knowing that the payoff is not going to be good at the end that you're gonna have to explain. I'm just. I'm just thinking back. We had a out by got a standup comic. I think his name is david would and he was like filling in for one day on the show and he asked us like so. Do people get upset with once you tell them that. It's all fake and we said no. No doubt people are call. They might not know what you're talking about but nobody gets upset and we were in a video store in west. La and the bit was people. Were renting vhs videotapes and the clerk with loudly. Say the names of what movies they were renting and we had faked movies under the counter that we would substitute for what they're doing and they were all like porn movie. Titles and the idea is we would have the aca would have to say it out loud. The customer gets embarrassed because there's other people in the store and live and so we're told this guy don't worry it'll it'll be cool. Guide grab he starts doing the bet at guys. What are you talking about i. That's not what i read did. He goes. I'm afraid it is sir here. They are show the guy ramle ac by shirt and pulls him over the counter so we had to go running in from the van like joke. At least you got a story out of it to say if you did that show today and it was produced by absolutely they would re cut it to be like a tim. And eric. You know scouring. With all these weird zooms and mike pizza transitions or whatever. That's amazing. well. Mike we're starting to wrap up the show before we do you've already given some very good insight and advice but would would you say could you give. Can you be don nas to our listeners. And give some advice for to our little. Mike scalise listening. You've noticed the shaking. Oh.

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"mike z" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"That or any parent would be doing something like that for their kid and and whether it would have created something bad for him or not. I don't know the answer to that. But i certainly didn't want wanna take that chance so yes to answer your question What has proven. Listen when mike. I got the gig was doing four to six before me and greedy during our show and then then jumped out with trae and i do four to six and then jump on our show six hours of radio and he was the first. Oh always diffuse the situation of you know the old nepotism thing. I got asked about an understand that. Yeah yeah he understands. He got a chance because of the last name which and connections whether it's college connections family connections. Whatever that happens all the time. I'm not going to sit there and say it doesn't it does but we're also in a in a world where you still have to be. There's no way. Mike is still on air. Bike isn't doing a good job. I don't care what connected if life work on connections. Both mike and jake would still be playing in the nfl. 'cause i played the nfl for nine years but it doesn't work that way so you may be able to get in the door or crack the door open and have a chance but then you have to do your thing you know and mike is done it time and time again on radio and tv to prove is worth for being there but that being said i still would never wanna create a situation. That could be looked bad on for the name and with that name still working there at. Espn again do i know it would have had an effect on mike. I have no idea the end of the day. You're still dealing with human beings who can who can maybe take things personally or hold grudges. I don't know if they do or don't but you know you don't want it to affect any other entity outside of just. I'd wanna take it all myself so but i did it because i i. I'm not saying. I did it. Because all i had to do it on this guy.

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"mike z" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"So we'll do that But but no to jhansi. Your question there was no psychological or cathartic reason to say well. We need to get out of here. We've been here long. You know and it ended and we're not happy or or or it's tuna static or we don't wanna look back so we need to get out now now i. It really didn't have anything to do with that. Are let me ask you. A very open ended question to start this. Why are you no longer. Espn from your perspective. I'll listen. I this has been the the the easiest thing for me to equate and i waited a lot of things to the sports world would certainly work. Because was you know the sports industry is you know. I got cut from the houston oilers from the miami. Dolphins are cut from the miami dolphins and the reason was is bathed. Want me anymore is simple. They didn't feel. I had worth of their team so they put me. I thought they were wrong. In both instances. But it doesn't matter what i say. They call into the office and the head coach office and they released you. They're going to release. You know there's no sense in all. I could do this or i could do that. They've made their decision with. Espn is the same thing you know when mike and mike ended They still felt there was value to having me there. That's why the new you know the new morning show with being trained and my son got going but after that deal was up and that contract was gonna be up they dispelled there wasn't anywhere and not even from a monetary point richard. Because they didn't even talk about taking less money we knew everybody was taken pay cuts. They didn't even talk about that. You know i again. I was a one in july thirty first when the show ended they. Were just gonna let you sit there for six months and collect the paycheck. And i said no. Let me let me go back and call college games. I loved doing college and they were like well. Hell okay. I guess he was going to work and who's going to get paid anyway. So yeah we'll have new college game. So i did that and you know we've gone back to him since in there were probably three or four different entities. We have been talking about college and espn was one of them and and their their last conversation with my jurors. No no now. Don't don't want it not and not even not even a talk of what we can't pay much. We can nothing. It was just so that they're just like those teams cut me. They felt i had worked for them. Espn i'm sure. Felt the same way. I have no more worth than she is in a blow to the eagle shirt. When you're there for for it would be but when you're there for as long as you are and all of a sudden you know you're you're not even it's not even discussed to keep you there. Yeah that's a blow to the eagle. But you know that's life you know. I can't sit here and cry about it and move on. It was a nice break and other people want me to do some things valley venture to that but the match y ended that. That's an easy question to answer. So let me al. I'm going to play devil's advocate here. I mean you. And i appreciate your answer. 'cause you sort of answered some of the things i asked so i asked this of trae and it was about you. So my thesis was. There's a strong argument to be made. That goes like this. Why would you remove. Mike golic from the morning spot. Given all his equity that he's built up with his audience given that this is not even like a major statement given that he's far and away the most well known person there. He's built a relationship with that specific audience. It would seem to be a no brainer to create a brand around. Mike golic on. Espn radio even if it's not in the morning so like one of my missing from from from management. They have a known quantity. You just told me that money wouldn't have been an issue. You'd be willing to sort of come up with a number that works for both sides. Is it really just a matter of sirte. Management just made. It made a decision that we don't want mike golic on espn radio anymore. Which is which if that's the decision that's on just i'll be very blunt that's just bad business anything but but that's absolutely what happened right i mean to. I mean they knew what i was making. I knew i was could make that any rows making obviously with mike and mike that went down when i went to me trae in my son and i knew if i was going to stay there and we'd go down again but like i said there was never that discussion. So that's you know. That's the two people i deal with. Espn questions for that. That that that just what you asked it would be put to them. Because when i put it to one of them i said why was like the first response was i. Don't know how we don't have to tell you like okay and then it was then it was while we think we felt it was for change and again if that's the reason if if you were to ask them and that would be what they said. We always been there twenty seven years. We just felt it was time for a change. Okay listen next. Their decision decisions like that are made all the time. Do i agree with no but again you know. I wasn't asked so that not richer that maybe there answer. Their answer might be we. We felt he's been there long enough. We we don't feel there's there's you know he's worth it being here anymore. Obviously they felt that. Because i'm not there So that that would be a question for them but they could probably give you an answer that easy and not get into anything more. If there is any more than i.

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"mike z" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on Giants Splash

"Hello and welcome to the giants. thrash podcasts. The san francisco chronicle podcasts san francisco giants and major league baseball. I'm your host chronicle. giants beat reticence lesser. Today we have giants outfielder. Mike yastrzemski with us. It's a treat to talk to you. You spend a sometime within an oblique. How much was that a problem initially and are you stealing still dealing with it all. You're getting better than expected. Been no some little possibility. Navy for their No you're not flying horrible sad. It's tough to really get a good showing that you'd like well. It's been feeling veteran. I think that whether away from it. My whole heal veterans. It better results. It's hard to kinda gauge. Because obviously you probably need some time off here and there to to help with things like that but then you know you have a day where you have a couple of devils or something like that. You don't necessarily want to hit. How do you kind of find that balance like game comes to you and says hey you need a day once again the lineup every day. And if i'm not in the lineup usually was i wrote. I wanna play every help. And i'll never go in there and nashwan not part of my dna but think times where you know you need a day. And i'm just really really glad. Open about that. In ansel on all of us are really good about understanding our buddies more than one versus going now. I i'm going to do a story coming up here about the field because you guys have been really Like the defense completely around the diamond has been very good for you guys all season but there are a lot of times when you look at your outfield and you basically got off center fielder in the how do you. How do you look at what you guys have. Is a hole in the outfield. I think it's awesome You know merge for the most part we all play together for the better. Half of three years between made the w slater Ruffie for past two years And then adding a grid mission. So we've i've well we understand each other's ranges. We understand you know who's aggressive who's not always backing each other on so we know the rich a certain plays And then do the job when he gets thrown into the o. Flu and we have a lot of confidence in each other. I think that's the best part about it. I think because they probably underrated. Do you feel like that. I mean do you i. I don't hear you guys mentioned among you know when people are talking about like top. There's maybe it's because you're also good but I mean do you think that that's possible that maybe you guys are a little bit underrated when it comes to the is a whole but particularly the outfield I don't know as as long as auditors appreciate us and her and cap appreciates us then. That's really matter sauce now. And i think they do you know. Antoine does a great job with us and with our positioning lyrics team and it has a good job able share that. We aren't getting enough work that we need but also making sure refresh when hangs so You know i. I don't know. I just think that as long as we get our job done. It doesn't matter what anybody else thinks. They're where they were. They rank us and or just going to try and keep going out there and making many places in gas. How how Much more advanced. These days are the The shifts that it's not necessarily shift but the positioning for you guys in the outfield. I mean has it even kind of just in the last couple of years change because it seems like you guys are in the right place all almost all the time. It's really extraordinary It's it's actually gotten less complicated so it used to be a little like too over the top where we felt like we were robots and we couldn't make any adjustments based on what we are seeing where we are feeling based on who is pitching so. They've actually simplify the little bit more. And i think that may be what's helping us out there a lot more that we can make our own reads and we can really just athletic and make sure that we can go places. So what do you when you're making your own rates. What are you basing it on. You've got so many potential factors knowing you obviously the who you've got on the mount Maybe where the catcher setting up and how the batters being pitch to but also What that batter has been doing recently. What what do you mostly look at People timing no earlier late Do they look rush is their body. Language look You know certain things with two strikes jenner around the ball that day or they're staying through it or was it look like they're seeing the ball. Well there's so many different things that go on In the matter of a split second when you see somebody swinging so we're trying to take on the information and use it to the bus position and so you know. Sometimes it comes from man swan sometimes from the guy next to you. Sometimes you get it from yourself then you share it the next guy. So there's there's a lot of moving pieces when it comes to trying to be on the road position. How much more important is it with the ballpark like san francisco. Which is his. Everyone knows who's got a pretty big outfield out there and also with your pitching staff which is a very good one. I think i think the most important thing is living stilling. Feminism in the pictures that we are going to go make a play. And we're going to do everything we can do that. So that way they don't have v so perfect with their pitches and they can. They can just raise comfortable in seattle mariners. Because there's a lot of space out there and there's not a chance that people are going to be hitting home runs almost all far seeing last year. We saw some more on this year. But i think We just got a really what it comes down to is making sure those guys know that we're going to get everything have and that way they can just do what they gotta do. Now speaking of your has. I have to ask you about mike. Tomlin sketch the other night. Obviously he's huge position to but how did you write that catch on one of the best matches ever seen for a given situation now him more acrobatic catches it's a little for the range but we're not going to see that matters more situation in that That was absolutely incredible and he. He was perfect. Timing with everything and hats offer being ill nigga plants central mission like that and give us a chance to win which we ended up doing absence later time the other day that you guys have a little bit of a competition going on out there with You know kind of the lowest probability catches and who's making them so. I'm wondering like how much you look at that stuff at how. How realistic competition and catch. How can you guys got that You know unfortunately it's not.

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"mike z" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"mike z" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"For sure. sure so. let's talk a bit about you. Managed background what. What instruments do each of you play are. What's your favorite incident play. artist mouthy play a multitude of instruments. And when did you start. Well you know mandy says there there were. There weren't any musicians in her family that that at least that we know but i I started by at a very musical family. I had a you know. My my mother's cousin is an op. Was an opera singer and my family might. My grandmother had the piano in the home. And and people you know and like in the days pre radio would would gather around the piano and and saying to sheet music and my so. My mother started me on piano lessons when i was six and fortunate or not I had a piano teacher that she found that was a boogie. Woogie blues player name of jack bowers and he was very influential to me because he you know he. He taught me to read music and then almost immediately pivoted towards like okay. So what are you gonna write. What are you gonna. what are you gonna make up. You've got all these black and white keys staring at you. You've got so many possibilities. What are you going to do and and so you know at age. I guess i started around six. And and you know around age. Seven or i had written my first song and and from there like i didn't really get the technique i am not an excellent instrumentalist but i you know. I did study jazz improv. I had a great jazz improv. Teacher community college. A ray brown who had toured with the stan kenton. Big not rebrand. The bassist ray brown the trumpeter and utah jazz improv us very influential and and you know and and that's what led my friends and i to form a band a punk band which became a scott and by the time i was thirteen And you that was my spending money okay. I can't have your thirteen. Where we we played a lot of parties high school parties garages and living rooms. But then we played a lot of clubs. There was actually two underage clubs in town in santa cruz. California where we where we could play and you know there was. There was a juice bar but no alcohol and then we played some clubs where we were allowed on the stage but not in the house because we were too young to be in the house. That's why i was asking is pretty good last five. We didn't you know there's a lot of things that we could have done. Better you know but And i and i was devastated when we broke up but Here we are today. Still able to mandy and i are able to make music and and put it out there. Which is you know seemed so such a remote possibility back then back then it was about being discovered by some are person who might develop you and you know and now it's like no you just do it yourself. Which is that old punk thing coming back. Yeah you do have to. You've been on radio but now you're just like i. I miss radio. I'm going to do a podcast. I well it was a multiple things radio. I've always been a loveless radio and audio conversations. The more intimate the voice voice for radio. You sound like you sound like a great rock. Dj like you should. you should be saying. Here's a track from fleetwood mac. Yeah i haven't actually favorite genre. Rock connotes you're not brock but okay. I'll put that. I do ever want to work for the man they were but they say that. So let's talk about the track. You're going to hear next are you now. Mattie wrote that having that come about you wrote it. It was the first song i wrote during the pandemic i. One of my friends said that she tested positive for covid and couldn't reach her for several days in i was concerned in also reach a of other people that i was concerned about And so i started You know thinking about what i would want to say to her. And then what i would want to say to a couple of other people in my heart and then just what i would want to say to you. Know different folks. You know. In general that i had may be seen on the news during that time and i started kind of imagining like my mind was like a cameron doing a montage and like in a movie and going from one scene to the next just visiting them and i and wanting to send a message of unfailing love and compassion and mercy and you know you're not alone just to break through the isolation in disconnect many of us were experiencing even before that time but especially during that time. In what i. What i loved is how you you kind of you know. Even though that's where the the germ started was with the pandemic in the and the disconnect and the isolation like you really made it about abroad or type of isolation you know sell the self isolation of of of of addiction and other things and you so you. It's an. I mean that's what songs do is start start specific but then really touch on universality themes themes of university. It was definitely meant to be universal for everyone at any time Because you know anyone can feel isolated or disconnected at any moment and so when i was writing it was just i was feeling a sense of pure wealth and and timelessness and other worldliness just hoping to give a message of peace and serenity. Obviously you know. I i did see in one scene. You know someone on a ventilator and you know the only and i imagine you know the song being like an angel whispering in their ear that maybe their loved ones couldn't visit them in the room early in the pendulum. Yeah maybe a. My voice could be like an angel. Just you know Just whispering hope and keep going and strength and encouragement in their ears. They were hope hopefully recovering. So yeah you definitely got the message across the amazing drug. Thank you amber gonna listen to. Are you now.

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