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A highlight from Self-Defense Laws and Online Radicalization
"I believe they want to save the environment. The fact of the matter is none of the results of everything they do doesn't help the environment. Like you said, that guy just donated all these money to environmental causes. That money is going to go so these people can strap themselves to something on a highway instead of planting trees. All righty, welcome back. Mike Lomas, Go Legal Financial guys. I should have asked you. I guess I'm hosting. I just opened my mouth. Not that there's like a host here because we don't take commercial breaks, but we are the financial guys. It's a place where money meets politics and thanks for tuning in to a... I love these podcasts, by the way, between morning mics, podcasts, and radio shows. We're doing what we love to do, which is really cool. And I love the 45 minutes and out, 40 minutes and out, no commercial breaks. It's pretty good. It's nice. So I don't know where to start. Western New York here. Glenn, you're down in our Florida office now, but we'll be back here shortly. I'm in our Western New York office. I'll be down to Florida shortly, so back and forth. But Florida is all about hurricane, hurricane, hurricane. I love these environmentalists. So they're like, oh, by the way, every hurricane is a once in a lifetime storm. It's like, okay, I think they go the last... This has never happened before. Well, coming into like the Gainesville area, well, actually it was 170 years ago. Now, hmm, what did we not have 170 years ago? Oh yeah, the freaking automobile, right? Like they want to blame all this on climate change, but it happened 170 years ago. Because it's hitting that part. It's now global warming. And it's so stupid, right? I remember when we were talking to Congressman Chris Collins on the air one time and we were talking about, he was talking about Marco Island, houses on Marco Island. Just bought there. He just bought a house there and he bought there because there was no way that anything, though, the hurricane had never, ever, ever... Because of the way that... Let me back you up for one second. No, no, no, no, no. Let me back you up for one second. As we were doing that, because you and I, we have offices down in Palm Beach, the storm was heading right for Palm Beach. And he said to us, he said, that's exactly why I bought a Marco Island. When I kid you not, we got off the air two hours later. The storm had gone south around the tip of Florida and back up in Marco Island. It literally did. It jogged left and it curled around and it came right back and whacked Marco Island and went right across Naples and right across Lake Okeechobee. I know God's got much bigger things to do than listen to the financial guys at a Saturday afternoon. However, however, it was sort of weird that at 301, as soon as we got off, that storm turned. Really, you guys, karma right there. But the point is that storms, they do whatever. They hit different parts. It's not because of global warming. It's just stupid. Honest to God, what a dumb statement to make. We've been warm, cold, ice ages. We've had hurricanes that have hit the panhandle, Louisiana, Texas, because it just hasn't hit that particular exact spot of the coastline. Are you out of your mind? It has. 170 years ago. That's what's funny about it. 170 years ago it did. So really it did. But not within the last, you know, not since 1974 when they started to keep statistics on it. It's just stupid. These people are lunatics. By the way, we were talking for the show, you know, Patagonia, the guy who created the clothing brand Dives, right, left almost all of his fortune to environmental groups. That and along with Hollywood are the people that are funding these whack jobs that are putting other people at risk. Let me ask you this, though. Everyone's seen this video by now, right? The tribal police, they literally, they take the truck. I love it. They just run over the thing. They clear the road. They arrest everybody. We're not in violence. We're not in violence. Here's the thing, though. Let me ask you this. These are, are these, are these all beta males in that line? Because I got to be honest, if I'm anywhere near visibility of the front, I'm probably going to walk up there after a while, I'm going to probably pull off the road and maybe take a walk or drive down the shoulder. If I can see what's going on and I realize there's a protest, I'm rallying like, you know, half dozen, dozen other rednecks in that line. How long would it take to walk down the cars and grab, you know, nine, 10 other, you know, guys and just say, okay, we're moving. And when they say they're nonviolent, well, you're, you're holding up a, you're holding up miles and miles of people in the desert, right? I mean, look at, I drove, I drove through the desert a few weeks ago. It was a hundred degrees. If that 110 actually during the day, if I'm stuck on that road and there's nothing else, by the way, I can't like turn my car off and just sit there without air. I've got two kids in the car, right? There's people that have animals, pets in the car, right? So you turn that car off, you don't get air conditioning, you die. If you run the car, you eventually run out of fuel. I mean, they are a real threat. They are a real danger and they may not be violent, but it doesn't mean they're not putting people at risk. I tell you how many people could die at 110 degrees. I tell you what, you can be as nonviolent as you want while I'm kicking your head in to get you off the road. I gotta be honest. In the middle of the desert, you blocked the road in the middle of the desert. I'm finding as many of the rednecks as possible and you're getting an ass whooping. I gotta be honest. You're getting out of the road. They needed that. I'll give you 10 seconds to get out of the road or you're getting an ass kicking. Fortunately, it was on tribal land as we were talking before because had it not been, you'll get some liberal piece of shit prosecutor that will now charge the police officer instead of saying thank you for saving the lives of all these people that could have burned to death in their cars. That's the game now, right? That's why George Soros funded all these, right? You remember those folks in St. Louis, the attorneys who protected their home with an AR -15 and a pistol. Now, I don't agree with the woman waving it around like a pointer. That was clearly... But she didn't have the proper skills to let it go. That was her property. You can wave the damn thing any way she wants. Get off her goddamn land. She had the right to defend it. Get off her land. Get off her land. And they prosecuted her. They went after her, right? So all these people in these states, if you're a non -friendly state like New York, you have to really think twice about defending yourself. Think about this. I know. Somebody breaks into your home at two o 'clock in the morning. Think about this for a second. You're by yourself in your home. You don't have your kids. You don't have your wife. You have nothing to worry about to protect. You have an opportunity to go out the back door and get out of your home. Now, however, in New York State, you have every right to defend your home. Is it worth it? I mean, think about that for a second. I'm going to stop and think about that when I'm in New York now. Do I just leave the... I'm going to leave the house and let my guest just break into my home because otherwise I'm going to get prosecuted. Or at least I'm going to get investigated. What if you can't leave? What if you can't leave? What if they have you at gunpoint? Well, then I'm defending myself. Well, then I'm defending myself for sure. I mean, but that's ridiculous. It's to the point where it's just so asinine. I mean, the old saying, rather judged by 12 than carried by six, right? But still, you shouldn't have to think like that. In Florida, you don't have to think like that. In Florida, you can be in your car and have somebody threatening you in your car and defend yourself in your car. I .E. Florida's at a 50 -year low when it comes to crime, 90 -year low in Miami. Because the criminals know it. The criminals know it, right? They know. By the way, it doesn't make it. It's perfect. But I'll tell you what, it's a hell of a lot better. You know, look at... We own a financial company. When your crimes are up 50 % in one state and down 50 % in another state, those are pretty telling... That's a pretty telling tale, right? Like, you know what? Like when we pick stocks, we look at numbers and like, gosh, boy, those numbers are really good. Well, I think let's do more of that, right? Let's maybe buy some of that company, right? I mean, just sad where we are in the states like New York and California. How do you not look at the crime? By the way, I said to the group the other day, it was Chicago. There was a bunch of reporters who actually got mugged as they were doing their online report. The report. It's crazy. And like you said... I did a charity golf tournament with a client on Monday. He was part of our team. A police officer. And he said, he goes, Mikey, he goes, it's absolutely disgusting to see these same people that we arrest time and time and time again. One of the illegal aliens who was out on a bail to rob some cars. Illegal. In the country, illegal. He's out on cashless bail. A joke. A joke. But yeah, here we are now in the national media for the rest of the week and the weekend we'll focus on this tragic shooting in Jacksonville, right? This is one tragic shooting amongst many, many, many tragic shootings. The manifesto will be released right away, I'm sure, right? He's already is a white supremacist, 21 year old young kid, and you'll say, well, we should not have the guns. Okay. So he, instead of walking with an AR, he could have walked in with a pistol, done the exact same thing. But here's the thing that at some point, are we, I mean, are we actually going to have an honest conversation about what is radicalizing these kids? You know, whether it's on the right or the left, on either side. The mental illness problems, which we continue to say something, but we refuse to look at any of that, right? You've got a huge homeless problem in this country. Part of it is caused by the welfare. Part of it is caused by the massive amounts of mental illness that's out there. And instead of getting these people in the right spots, getting them medicated, you know, getting them in the right direction, we just let them back out on the streets because boy, they can't have that on their record. If they have mental illness on the record, they'll never recover. Well, guess what? If they have mental illness, they'll never recover. Right. Well, this kid, like this kid was the Asian one that's mostly white. Did you see that? That was a different one. Yeah. Yeah. The mostly white Asian. That was another, another classic headline from CNN. Right. The mostly white Asian. No, this one was the Jacksonville kid, a 21 year old and tragic. Yeah, sure. So anyway, so the, but the thing, they're all, everyone's out there immediately. It's like, we've got to do something about the systemic racism in the country.
Fresh update on "mikey d" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Close out the week the dow off around 150 points and the s p down around 10 the nasdaq though able to post a slim gain around 20 points to finish higher for third the straight day shares of carnival court fell today even though the cruise operator reported its first profit in four years the company says it saw elevated demand and record revenues but also issued a downbeat outlook on the plus side of things shares of mikey saw some gains today after the athletic apparel maker reported better than expected earnings and now that's your money monday news at 20 and 50 past each hour we have an update on traffic next for electric -based renewable energy and all your electrical needs the international brotherhood of electrical workers ibew local 46 are your true your power professionals for your home your
A highlight from DeSci: How Blockchains are Powering Science 3.0 | Zuzalu #7
"Welcome to Bankless, where we explore the frontier of internet money and internet finance. And today, on this episode of our Zuzalu series, we are exploring some new frontiers. New frontiers and new technologies, all of which are poised to completely revolutionize the world and change everything about the operating system that society is currently running on. Bankless Nation, today we are exploring the frontier of DCI, or Decentralized Science. What is DCI? DCI is a really good question because I legitimately had no idea going into Zuzalu. But it became clear that DCI is a great connector of many of the technologies presented here at Zuzalu. DCI is how synthetic biology and longevity have to do with Ethereum. DCI is what is putting Ethereum at the center of these things. The fundamental argument for DCI is that the old ways of doing science is bad. And for the same reasons why the old way of doing money and doing finance is bad, DCI looks at the incumbent system of producing science and sees friction and corruption and antiquation and toxic tradition. DCI wants to use blockchain technology to improve the systems and institutions of science. The mechanisms of how science can use a blockchain is a very big conversation. And the answers are more than a few. But the conversation that you're about to hear with Boris and Mikey will download you on the DCI landscape here. But this isn't just about improving the ways that we do science. This isn't just about, hey, we found a new way to do science better and faster. DCI presents a zero to one step function change in the form factor of scientific progress itself. You know how Uniswap and Aveg and ERC20 tokens are just open APIs of financial tools. DCI wants to do very similar things for its scientific data. What would happen if we made our scientific data as open and as free as a contract call? What if scientific data was as modular and open as the internet itself? But blockchain tech doesn't just provide new solutions for scientific data specifically. DCI is also marked by an emergence of DAOs, all following a decently similar form factor of capital allocation, financing clinical trials in hopes of investing in a breakout new treatment, servicing the long tail of un -serviced patients, which also sounds a lot like banking the unbanked, and a bunch of other similar puzzle pieces that are all trying to go after certain specific use cases in the world of science. So this first episode in this two interview series is with Boris Dyakov and Mikey Fisher, both who are pioneers in the DCI space and helped me have one of the most enjoyable and easy conversations that I had at Zuzalu. And after listening to this conversation, you'll understand exactly what DCI is getting at and whether or not you want to proceed into the second conversation with Alok Taieh, whose project ViBio illustrates a specific example of the overall archetype of DCI DAO that are art there, trying to use blockchain tech to coordinate and accelerate scientific progress. So, Bankless Nation, are you ready to explore the frontier of scientific progress? By the way, at Zuzalu, all of the traditional scientific researchers that were there all realized that the existence of DCI implies the existence of TradSci, which was a meme that stuck pretty damn fast. So all right, let's go and learn about DCI with Boris and Mikey, followed by DCI DAOs with Alok. But first, I want to talk about some of these fantastic sponsors that make the show possible. Extra thanks to Kraken, our preferred exchange for crypto in 2023. 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Bankless Nation, we are here at Zuzalu, and I got two people on the podcast with me today. Right to my right, we got Mikey. What's up, Mikey? How's it going? How's it going? And then further down to my right, we got Boris. What's up, Boris? Hello, David. Pleasure to be here. So I've heard the name DeSci a number of times. It had some exposure at East Denver. I've seen it on Twitter, but I haven't really figured it out. But DeSci seems to be the thing that really is pinning a lot of these various conversations at Zuzalu together. That's why the synthetic biology people are talking to the crypto people, right? That's why the longevity people are talking to the crypto people. That's kind of my basal level understanding. But beyond that, I don't know what DeSci really is or how to explain this movement to the Bankless Nation. So I'm hoping you guys can help us guide all of the listeners down that rabbit hole. You guys want to do that? Very excited, too. Yeah, happy to. But first, a little bit more about you guys. Mikey, tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. Yeah. So I just finished my PhD. I was at Stanford. Congrats. I was studying computer science and natural language processing.
Fresh update on "mikey d" discussed on Bloomberg Law
"And p twenty five gains of about a third to almost one sent there may be an alternative to the p g eight tours deal with saudi arabia's public investment fund endeavor the talent agency immediate company and fenway sports the owner of the boston red sox are among those looking at investing in the golf tour however sources say it's possible they could end up partnering with the saudis joe doniger bloomberg radio and i'm dead prisoner bloomberg world headquarters in new york let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets after the bell nike reported quarterly profit above expectations news the company seemed benefit to from a drawdown in its inventory now in terms of sales nike reported a two percent drop in in north america and sales in greater china cooled as well here's zachary warring analyst at cfra research the chinese beloved mikey i do think this is a china story for now but you know they're coming off the press levels so you know you're looking at you know the last year or two slow has been for china and you know we thought that it would be in asia would be you know better growth this year and uh... it started off strong uh... and the chinese new year and it's kinda faded throughout the year so i'm your i think you're just saying an underlying week uh... chinese economy zachary mikey shares by the way were up eight percent in late u s trading in video is being linked to an early morning raid carried out by french competition regulators the story from bloomberg's charlie pellet antitrust trust enforcers raided the offices of a business suspected of engaging in quote anti -competitive practices in the graphics card sector targeting a company that the wall street journal identified as in video media france's competition authorities said in a statement quote raids do not presuppose the existence of a breach of the law the moves suggested videos dominant role in supplying chips for artificial intelligence tasks is coming under closer scrutiny in new york charlie pellet bloomberg radio german chancellor olaf scholes is playing down fears of a potential trade war between the eu and china those fears were triggered by a probe from the european union into china subsidizing it's domestic he v industry here's shoal's commenting on the probe we want to sell to save our costs in europe in north america in japan in china in africa in south america in in all the places but this means that we are open to get the costs of other countries also on the market of germany that is german chancellor olaf shows sweet check markets throughout the day here on bloomberg right now we have market holidays in the china on on taiwan and south korea we do have a rally in the hong kong where the hangsang is up two point one percent of the moment leadership coming from the consumer discretionary group also consumer staple stocks in hong kong rallying different story in tokyo we've got the nikkei down about uh... two tenths of one percent and in the a s x two hundred is higher by around four tenths of one percent u s treasury yields drifting up in the okay session we have a ten -year at four point five nine percent up about two bases points and at the shorter end of the curve the two years ahead more than a basis point at five point zero seven percent global news powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalist analyst this is bloomberg you need to communicate and elaborate from anywhere bondage does that with one streamline that you get full features that work on desktop or mobile wherever you go join video meetings and calls respond to messages and work from home in the office or on the road you can even capture conversations on the go because the Vonage mobile app can integrate with your him now your small business can communicate like a big enterprise see more of what Vonage can do for you at Vonage com when you get your news from bloomberg you don't just get the story behind the
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Fresh "Mikey D" from Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"A holiday and we're getting the pre -market for the market in hong kong hanks and could be up by as much as six -tenths of one percent when cash as training begins in about sixty seconds will take a closer look at uh... market action for about ten minutes let's begin right now with an update on a few of the hours top business stories nike shares rose after the company reported quarterly profit that beat analyst expectations becomes after the apparel maker reported a drop in its stockpile of it's inventory a sign that nike is making progress on moving out older merchandise and bringing in new more or profitable items nike's revenue fell two percent in north america just below expectations sales in the greater china region cooled as well we heard from zachary warring equity analyst at cfra ch love chinese mikey i do think this is a a china story for now but you they're coming off the press levels so you know you're looking at you know the last year or two has been slow for china and you know we thought that it would be in asia would be in a better growth this year and uh... it started off strong uh... and the chinese new year and it's kinda faded throughout the year so uh... your i think you're just saying an underlying week uh... chinese economy mikey shares rose seven point eight percent in late trading well sources are telling bloomberg that back in around twenty twenty microsoft discuss selling the being being search engine to apple we get that story from bloomberg's charlie pellet it is a deal that would have replace google is the default option on the iphone makers devices those sources say executives from microsoft met with apple services chief eddie q who brokered the current search engine relationship with alphabets google to discuss the possibility of acquiring being they say the talks were exploratory and never reached an advanced stage in new york charlie pellet bloomberg radio hsbc's head of public affairs charade calper cole's is set to step down this comes after calper calls made controversial comments about britain's dealings with china he said the uk government was weak for allowing itself to be strong on to buy the u s into cutting back business dealings with china and those comments prompted a backlash from some british lawmakers well a new report says that china is is selling so many goods to russia that shipping containers are piling up at rail depots the german platform container exchange says that russia currently has greater than a hundred and fifty thousand shipping containers that aren't moving now this pileup is said to be closely tied to economics thanks largely to those western sanctions moscow is expecting trade volume with china to pop two hundred billion dollars this year that would be up from a hundred eighty five billion twenty thirty right one minutes past the hour it's time for world news tesla is the now target of legal action from the federal government regarding equal opportunity at baxter has global news in the nine sixty newsroom in san francisco ed yeah has had other legal pending actions uh... brian as you well know other than one that makes this difference the federal cases is coming from the uh... u u s equal employment opportunity commission for racial discrimination in creating a hostile work environment bloomberg technology anchor caroline hyde says the charges are severe in a lawsuit the agency which was formed to protect civil rights in the workplace at the electric vehicle i love you but i'm going to cut you off let's uh... let's find this is a uh... bloomberg's caroline hyde the pervasive racial harassment on of top that remember millions of or even paid out to one the contractor india's was paid at one point hundred
'House of 1000 Corpses' Has It All: Long Transitions, Bad Acting and Dumb Villains
"This week, the listeners made us watch 1000 House of Corpses. So was this the first time either of you had seen this movie? I saw this in theaters. Did you? I'd seen sections of it before. I had never sat down and watched it all at once. At the time, which was 2003, in my freshman year of college, I think, they were like, this is a hardcore movie, blah, blah, blah. And it was like, Rob, it's gonna be so extreme. And then like, okay, there are two things that I dislike about Rob Zombie's style of filming. I really like 31. One, I don't like Sherry Moon or whatever. Oh, Sherry Moon Zombie. Yeah, yeah, not a fan. Oh, wait, are they married? Yeah, brother. They are now. They were not at the time that this movie was made. He put her in every movie he has ever done. Can I guess which person that is? Yeah, go for it. Is it the sort of adult daughter of the family that is like doing the evil shit, the hitchhiker? As Baby Firefly, the one with the creepy laugh? Yeah, you betcha. The one who aggressively cannot act? That's the one, I think. Yeah, okay, that makes sense. And this man, not since the movie Star Wars have I seen transitions that take so long to scene to scene. Oh, man. At one point, I thought my video had like stopped, and I was like, God damn it, I'm gonna have to refresh the... And nope, no, we were just waiting for Baby Billy to get shot in the head. I paused the movie, rewound it, and timed that scene because I was offended by its length, Paige. From the point you see him aiming the gun at Walton Goggins. Poor Baby Billy. And it just, the camera pans up, it's 29 seconds until he pulls the trigger. I had a whole sex in that time. Twice! Mikey, like that's insane. 30 seconds, more or less. But also, when he cuts, he doesn't just cut to a new scene. He's gotta do an MTV -style transition of like intro, outro. Because this movie was written and directed by a music video director, more or less. He gets better with his films, but I do feel like this... See, I think this is the best one. This is, for me, this is the most enjoyable, yeah. Well, I don't like any of this series. I like the ones not related to this. Sure, sure, sure. I didn't watch the monsters, but I liked, I really liked 31, if I remember that correctly. It's where they like hunt people. It's kinda like Rob Zombie's Running Man. That was the one that didn't get a wide release, right? Yeah. Yeah, okay, yeah. Well, cause I'm like a avant -garde kind of Rob Zombie fan. I preferred him when he was in White Zombie. I do think that... Jake said that earlier today! That's cause more human than human slaps. Like White Zombie was the jam back in the day. Was he in White Zombie? Yeah. Mikey. He was zombie of White Zombie. I don't see color. Or the absence of it. Okay, but I mean, I think the problem with this movie is that it feels to me like he's making a promotional video of a haunted house, and it's just like a dramatization of going through a haunted house. That's also something Jake said earlier today. And then Dr. Satan is the dumbest villain I've ever... Well, then Dragon Ball Z has a Mr. Satan, which like is his father, I guess. But like... Yeah, cause Mr. Satan couldn't afford to go to medical school, but made sure his son did. He worked hard. Yeah, training up Goku or whatever. And then... Dr. Satan, call me Doug or whatever. And like, the mythos doesn't really like make any fucking sense at all. And then the sequel to this movie is a direct sequel where they forget all the mythos too, which also drives me crazy. Yes, and I really dislike the sequels.
Lightning send series back to Tampa, beat Maple Leafs 4-2
"The lightning forced a game 6 in their first round series by defeating the Maple Leafs four two. Mikey Amon and Anthony cirelli each had a goal and an assist for the bolts who were two in one in Toronto, but Owen to at home in the series. Asimov scored on a tough angle. First try to get around that D man and he's a great goalie so sometimes you gotta be a little crafty and it's just something I've worked on with healthy at some of these some of these morning skates so I figured I'd try it. Now Andre vasilevskiy stopped 28 shots. Toronto was trying to win a series for the first time since 2004. Game 6 is Saturday in Tampa. I'm Dave ferry.
A Series of Acts Against Christians in the Recent Days
"The military religious freedom foundation filed a complaint and threatened to sue the VA if they did not remove that cross. And within 90 minutes of the complaint, the cross was removed. The military religious freedom foundation is anything but religious, they say they represent Christians, but I find that hard to believe. This organization is led by a man named Mikey wine steam. And he, again, is a radical. This guy targets Christians, especially in the military, and this is all well documented in culture Jihad. So the cross came down. There was another story involving the merchant Marina academy. A beautiful painting of Jesus had been on the wall since 1944 and after people complained the transportation department and the merchant marine is under Pete Buttigieg. Pete Buttigieg ordered that a white sheet be placed over the painting of Jesus Christ. That painting, by the way, portrayed Jesus looking over sailors lost at sea. Then comes word that Catholic priest were issued a cease and desist order from general Mark milley at The Pentagon. They were told they would no longer be able to minister to Catholic patients at Walter Reed, national medical center. And then yet late yesterday, Jim Jordan dropped the bombshell. That the FBI had been weaponized to take out Roman Catholics. And
Kings stay hot at home with 4-2 win over Ovechkin, Capitals
"The kings beat the capitals four to two for their fourth consecutive win, one of the LA goal scorers was Philip danault. Yeah, it's definitely good that we want to keep building our game. We know we can get even better and obviously we can't want to carry that into playoffs so we want to be a hard team to play against. Mikey Anderson scored the tie breaking goal in the third period, an Adrian kempe iced it for the kings with an empty netter in the final seconds Washington's Alex Ovechkin had a power play goal, his 36th of the season, Phoenix Copley wanted in net for LA over Darcy Kemper. Mark Myers Los Angeles.
"mikey d" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"And rather than do the rest of his life in prison, well, because we really didn't have a case except to cooperate on nobody could tell if he was going to be able to come into a courtroom, be coherent. So he agrees. Now, negotiations go back and forth on what he's going to allocute to. What will he admit he did? And we decide he will admit that he hired the gang to go there and scare his family and the gang decided on their own to kill him. At which point, I'm looking at the U.S. Turner and I said, you know what? He's going to take 15 federal years, which is a flat 15. I don't care what he says. It doesn't matter to me. So they bring this guy in, he doesn't speak in English. He comes into allocute, his wife is 8 months pregnant sitting in the front row of the federal courthouse. Federal courtroom. And he gets up there and he's speaking through an interpreter, I hired the gang to go over and scare and interpret this governance gay. He says, and kill, and kill, so he admitted to hiring them to kill him, and his whole family was there and they heard it in Chinese and then in English and they all flipped out. Because they had believed him the whole time that he didn't mean to kill the sister. But the family had ostracized the sister, they stood by the boy. Which was and now and now the truth comes out. The truth came out in a courtroom, the wife flipped out, was screaming at him, how to call an ambulance for the wife. He just had his head down, he realized I just screwed up. I just admitted to this. It was perfect. It was like the truth comes out. Can we rewind that type of reduction last time? Oh, I got a question. You got to hear the Mikey. That was one of those things where you get done, the attorney goes, oops. You got to hear the Mikey D one part of that case as well. Mikey D is the associate of the mafia family in Queens who is just at a central casting tough talk and gravelly voiced steroid guy. He's moving all his dope. He's involved in every other scandal. Bring him in, federal court, federal probation. He's got to talk with the probation officer. Well, first of all, we bring him in for questioning and he doesn't want to. He calls himself on the last, can I say, nonetheless,
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"She has four choices? Sometimes what if the woman doesn't want the baby, but the father does? Is it fair for her to make the decision to terminate the baby? And the father wants a kid. I think some of those cases are being litigated right now. He has no say. It appears to me right now. Now, all of this adds up to this big picture of the reproductive situation. There are other ways to have sex. There are birth control pills. There are one thing is linked to these other ways to have sex. Do I have to list them? Describe them. In detail. Okay, there's the one hand elbow diddle. And for those in our audience who's not familiar with that, can you describe it a little bit? There's the four footed twin punch. Well, everyone knows what that is. Anyway, what I'm against is I'm against the sales of fetal tissue. I'm against late term abortions of any kind. To me, that's now, there are people saying, well, this baby was going to have all kinds of problems. You know, physical, there's also a mix, maybe exceptions can be made, this is not a viable fetus. And you don't want to go through your whole life, taking care of someone who's never going to have a chance to even understand what I understand it. Okay, an abortion, maybe it's okay. In that respect, but I'm pro life. I think if the baby's conceived, they should have a chance to live and not be killed in the womb. That's me. And a lot of people would think I'm an asshole for saying that. But that's how I feel about babies. And as someone who my wife and I, my first wife and I, we had a pregnancy, the first pregnancy, and it was, it was a fetal death. Umbilical cord problem or something at 6 months it normally the first trimester and the third trimester are where these problems happen. There's a still born situation or you can have miscarriage in the first three months. A lot of things can go wrong. But generally the second trimester, which is when we lost our baby, and it's unbelievable tough things. She had to go through a delivery. And knowing that the baby had died. Now, the pain of that experience for me led me to, I don't know, maybe over cherish the whole concept of babyhood. And I'll tell you what, when my daughter came along after that wiped away the whole problem. Solved the whole thing. So yeah, I'm pro life. And I'm against abortion, especially late term abortions, generally speaking. So am I clear on where I am on this? You are so clear. Am I an asshole? Yes. Some will say, yeah, even without saying that stuff here. I mean, I'm trying to like look at it from all sides here. Christ. You know? If we just ban babies, we won't have this problem, right? Outlaw babies. There were 600 solutions. 600 in this past year, there were 629,000 abortions. In this country. It seems like, you know, again, you don't know who the baby's going to be or what you're doing. How can you possibly no the people that are against the death penalty for babies that grow up and murder people, you know, they're okay with taking the baby before it's even born. I don't understand that. 11 point four per 1000 women, 11.4. That's for all women. And a pregnant women, a 195, a 195 abortions per 1000 pregnant women. Seems like a waste. And I'm here to tell you, and I know this personally. Yes. There are people out there that want those babies. And that will take good care of them and love them. And be daddies and mommies to them in the best possible way. Those people are out there. So let's give them the opportunity without having to pay 30 to $50,000 to adopt a baby. That's the number. You can get a baby. 30 to 50,000, how much you give one to somebody who wants one real bad that doesn't, it doesn't have one. And from someone who doesn't want theirs, right? I think I'm getting too deep in the weeds. Get out of there, Mike. Oh, you know what? The snakes down there. Hey, remember that song you made? When it was Mike colonoscopy, you made a song. Yes, I did. Yes, it was. Amazing. Mikey's colonoscopy. You changed it? You didn't mind? Yes. What do you see? It's Mikey's. That's fake. I see some bacon. Has he some beans? I see. Every thing you eat last week oh. It's gross. It's Mikey's. You overdub her. Some fake leak weenie. And shredded wheat. Hey, yeah, Mikey's. Big ending. 6 spotlights. Some chicken thighs. When your sphincter speaks. You're as whole weeks. How? You don't have to dig that hole. It feels like pesky's pole. How filled with happy meals? No one likes the way that feels. Mikey's cool enough. Nice job, smitty. Yep. That's how you make someone look like an asshole. That production was really good. I don't think anyone would notice. Thanks for that over. Commercial liberty mutual commercial on TV same thing. Liberty liberty. That was really good. What's on that noise? What is that your heater? Yeah. I'm Jesus. That's great. See, the musical part of the show is you generally people's favorite. In fact, we're going to release the greatest hits album with 300 songs on it. Which you can't buy in stores. Joe and Jerry are going to combine, they're going to do a song for us too. And before I do that, though, let's promote the other podcast, which is doing great. You see the latest numbers. Very good. Oh, my God. Huge. That's pretty amazing. 15 minutes of shame. Consider we're sitting here and those numbers go right up. So I think go right up. Yeah. The numbers are just through the roof. Like you read about the sundae papers. Joe and Jerry are here to do a song that they Joe was telling me he likes he's a big fan of Joni Mitchell. So he and troop are going to give us something new as we always do every single week, Joe. Jerry, come on in. Make yourself homely..
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Joe and Jerry. Yeah. Working like a dog for the boss man. Working for the company. I'm betting on. Yeah. The dice I'm tossing is gonna have a fantasy where am I gonna look? Hey, tell me that love is fine. I really need a girl. I can open books to read between.
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Okay, here we go. Stay for a while. Don't touch your radio down. Talk listen to that and stay tuned for some giggles and last go. Hello there Kyle. You look nice today. I see you wearing your big shorts with the baggy leg holes that flood a show carelessly in the breeze. Here's your paper. Thank you. Would you like to come inside for a cupcake and a glass of wine? Shut up old man. What's going on in my pants? Looks like we got 6 more weeks of winter. Welcome to the planet Mikey. What's the name of that? Is it punxsutawney Phil? The groundhog? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. I liked it. I liked it. Did he die? Didn't someone drop him the mayor of New York drop him on his head and kill him? Mayor de Blasio? Yeah, probably. So he's no longer with us. I'm sure he has a progeny. Progeny. A prodigy? Progeny. What's a progeny isn't that something you have removed from your sphincter? Well, yeah. Technically, I mean, what's children, you know? Your offspring. Progeny, progeny. Yeah. I've never heard that word. All right, she's got it. One semester at ASU. You guys are way over my head already. Progeny, then all right, I'm gonna tie all this together. All right, wrap it up and neat little package. It's the latest thing in the pop culture world. It's the planet Mikey podcast everybody. As we inch closer each week to 1 million downloads, we count on Ben kitchen, our VP in charge of ratings..
Mike Eruzione Recalls Exhibition Game Against Soviet Union Before 1980 Olympics
"Captain of the 1980 miracle on ice U.S. hockey team one of my real heroes Michael Russo Mike what an honor to have you on the show My friend thank you very much Thanks for having me on Sure Mikey you don't get the Olympics going on now I thought who better to talk to than you We all need a feel good moment I have to tell you my humble opinion and I think the opinion of many others you're upset of the Soviet Union hockey team at the 1980 Olympics Very very few things in sports are real miracles That was Think about this Mike right You guys just what was it a couple weeks earlier Didn't you play an exhibition game with them at the garden and you guys got crushed in Madison Square Garden It was just a couple of weeks right I'm not crazy right That happened No it was two days three days before the opening ceremony the Olympics we lost We lost ten to three but as I tell people I got one of the three goals So I was pretty happy that I scored Now Mike you play these guys Now folks just so you understand the gravity of what Michael russio needs American hero did this U.S. hockey team I really mean it made the whole country feel that I think it's the greatest sports story of all time And what they did this team Mike this Russian the Soviet team was loaded with not just the best players in the Soviet Union These were some of the best players in the world You had the fetus off You had pretty act I mean the goaltender was probably one of the best goal tenders in the history of hockey That's how good this team was
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
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"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
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"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Welcome back to that same old place that we laughed about. Your dreams in a good with a wet pants on and you're under his pants with a swapping ground do your heart to fake it and if I can just shove it up your ass home when we need them which is a lot 'cause he picks his fucking snot welcome back that's enough of them. I forgot the words that you know the song, all right? So that's number two. Yeah, I don't recognize those lyrics. No, I had to ad lib. Oh, I see. I forgot. I thought they were like an alternate version of the song. Contrary to what people think, I don't have these things in front of me. I don't know. I see. Notes are for pussies. So this story about the town hall. Yes. It seems. People can fly flags outside the city. You have to ask for a permit and get a permit to put a flag up there. And you can say, okay, if I'm going to fly a Columbus day flag or I want to fly a gay pride flag or a BLM flag, whatever you want to put up there, you're getting caught. Okay. And then they say, okay, sure. And they give you a permit. Well, it seems that somebody wanted to fly a white flag with a Red Cross on a blue square, which is a Christian flag. Oh. He was turned down. On the grounds it would appear that the city was endorsing one religion over another. So the Supreme Court heard the story. I mean, they heard the whole case. Lower court said the city had the prerogative of doing that shutting down because they've taken 284 different applications that they've accepted and put the flags up there. But when they came through with this Christian flag, apparently it was not acceptable. They said, no, we don't want to show any real separation church and state all this crap. But the shirt left shirt lifts the guy's suit. Had the case had the remarkable effect of a uniting conservative religious groups with the American civil liberties union. They actually united on this. The ACLU is on our side. All of them said the city was wrong. Supreme Court precedent shows that, quote, when the government chooses to open up its own property for use by third parties, to express their messages, the government can not restrict access based on viewpoint, including religious viewpoints. The ACLU on well, yeah, because they're kind of a buy the book defender of right. Sometimes it's really awful and sometimes it's not a side of the people found it. The city has some discretion, but it probably means that if it permits a group to raise a Black Lives Matter flag, they probably would have to be able to raise a Proud Boys flag. Right? I mean, in other words, in fairness, whether you disagree or agree with either side, he said referencing the racial judgment movement of the far right group. I mean, that's just what the First Amendment demands. Is the ability to hear both sides of any political argument. Douglas hallward drei meier, representing Boston agreed that if the flag poles are considered a public forum, the constitutional prohibition of state established religion would not provide a basis to exclude a religious flag. Isn't this interesting? Yeah. Is it wake up? Okay, to an ordinary observer walking past city hall if you see a flag on the poll you think it's city hall speaking. Said justice Sonia Sotomayor. Well, that's her interpretation. Last I knew was dating saturnino del de la fuente. Oh, she's gotta be so upset then. Sotomayor participated remotely from her chambers because of concerns about the coronavirus. So she put in her two cents worth. She's got the viruses triple vaccine. Most people think that Boston has opened itself up by accommodating so many other requests. And I agree with that. Yeah, because now people are just going to be petty assholes about it and just keep bombarding them with it. It's a Christian flag. I mean, you know, it's like pledge of Elise. And it says God. If you just let it happen. No one would have given it. Exactly. Nothing can go like that. It's called picking your battles. And that was a dumb battle to pick. Remember, you can pick your battles. And you can pick your nose, but you can't pick your battles nose. All right. We've had a lot of snot references every tonight. So the latest inn that we have for you is the fact that our friend got him sad about this. What? Saturn, node la fuente. He had so much to live for. He's a 112. He could have gotten like a one 15 one 18. He said, so sad about Betty. The whole thing's over now. Good God gertie. I think it's time for our third what do you think? Time for our third karaoke song? Sure. It's always time for. As long as this podcast has been 28 minutes, I think it's about. It's close. What is 28 minutes? 27. Oh, Jesus. I gotta get really long song then to end with. Because I promised the lawyers that I would do 30 minutes per podcast minimum. You had to meet with them too. You know what we could do? We could do the yogi bear feature. And we're gonna start this next week, but we can start now. Because we have two minutes to fill. I still have to find myself. This is gonna take us two minutes. We gotta find my pants. I thought I put them right over here. So each week on the podcast, we're gonna. Ben's just learning about this right now. We're gonna have a Yogi Berra quotable quote. Oh. And or two, because there's so many. And so now ladies and gentlemen, here's Ben kitchen with this week's Yogi Berra quote. Ben, when you come to a fork in the road, take it. That's some really make sense though. You can't like The Wizard of Oz the scarecrow. Some people do go both ways. Remember when he points in both directions? He's very progressive. You can't do that though. You can't go both ways at once. It defies the logic of existence. You know, and matter. You can't say, okay, I'm over here, and I'm over here. Now you can. You can say I'm beside myself, like quantum physics. All right, here's another quotable quote from Ben kitchen. I'll go. You can observe a lot by just watching. We're going to end on an intelligent note every single week. I like this. And we always end on a musical note. Now, remember the contest is to win the hop. Gift card. You have to be able to identify all three karaoke songs that we've done in this program so far. We've done two. Song title and artist. Just to show you're listening and you don't need the artist. I think just title. Yeah, just what song was. Because we just want to show people that if they're listening, they can win. Fair enough. And win big. And then we'll all see you at. Apothecary in north threading at 300 Main Street, the greatest the greatest brewery in all of the Commonwealth. And doing our final karaoke song will be our normal musical guests. Joe and Jerry's. Who loved nothing more than being on this podcast with us every single week. They're famous now..
CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo Indefinitely
"CNN had suspended Chris Cuomo indefinitely. I like Chris. He has done a very bad thing in the world of news. Using his position in the news to advance and protect his brother. He's been suspended indefinitely. You can't do that. He can't protect your Friends by manipulating the news. Not even if it's your brother. And I hope it works out. I hope they figure it out. Jeff Zucker is a fair guy. They will consider the details. They will look at past presidents like the NBA suspending somebody. It's internal to CNN. It's actually not a matter of why I did nothing illegal. It's just what do you do in the news business? You can't self deal. If I made that in the radio world, there's something called Paola. It's dead now. Hopefully it's dad. You know, I look at Gallagher's palaces and I say, ah nah, Gallagher would never do that. I know Mikey, he's the most honest guy in the world, even if he is playing daddy works right now. If someone were to give me money and say, here's a hundred bucks, 500 bucks, a thousand bucks. Please plug my restaurant. Wonderful restaurant in the ditch of Columba. That's Paola. I'd go to jail.
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"She said. This is episode 147. That's right. It's time for time for me to unload. The rose. Bill Smith. Bill under the shade of a chestnut tree. Village smithy stands. Remember that poem? That's right. So you're our village smithy. That's me. I'm proud to be. You were actually a blacksmith for a while. Even I read I read about you. You were used to hammering and fill all the time. Spare time you used to deal with horseshoes over by the kiln where you were good with horseshoes. Horseshoes. Yeah, how come the horses didn't have shoes? You mostly did your hammering in the morning, right? I did. You know, if I had a hammer, you'd hammer the morning. 'cause you're the village smithy. Ben kitchen, who once had a hemorrhoid so big he would take it for walks. And call it fluffy. True story. True story. Brought to you by Leonard associates. My hair, doctor, doctor Robert, was my hair, doctor of course, his operation there is the most professional permanent hair restoration organization you can find. You know, thank God they did that job for you because I don't think anybody else will be able to get through that skull. I'm telling you, you don't have to. You know what I'm gonna end up? I'm gonna be in a full white head of hair someday. Like, one of them Florida Q tips. But you know what, it'll be a full header. You're on here. That's exactly right. My own perfectly naturally growing hair. From my own head. Restored by doctor Robert Leonard and Matt doctor Matthew lapse to use the main guy now. He's like a wizard of a surgeon. He will make you look like a million bucks, of course, with Biden's inflation. It'll be a 1,000,000.8. Is what you'll look like. Call one 800 get hair. And visit anyone of their 5 offices. And they have an office near you. I assume, unless you're listening to Trenton. Also, my grandma's coffee cake. I think we should give away a cake tonight. Should we give away kick to one of our tweet me do you have some creative idea? I'm gonna give the phrase the pace. Okay, some original. So are you gonna come up with something new? And the way it works, you give the phrase that pays is it the first person we can have people guess Ben's IQ, which I can give you a hint. It's in double digits. 99. Some more shorter. Let's do this. Okay, let's do this right now. My grandma's coffee cake. My grandma dot com call one 808 grandma for the best coffee cake and God's green earth. Bar none. And what the keyword phrase to pace, what is Fraser page's gonna be? How about will noonan will noonan? That's the phrase that pays. Isn't he our guest? Well, we're gonna give away his cake that he would have gotten if he had shown up for the podcast tonight like he said he was going to do. We even promoted the crap out of that last week. So we'll get nothing and he and the first person that I see on my text line at planet Mikey, not texting. My Twitter feed. At planet Mikey, text the keyword will noonan. Okay? And you will win will newnan's cake that we were gonna give him for being a chef. Should they tag them in it? So he knows that his absence granted someone else a free cake? Well, the thing is, I'm afraid that he's going to be the one that calls in to get the free cake. But you know what, if I was willing to I wouldn't blame him, they are delicious. Tag me. If I was willing to tag your it sure. Okay, so will noonan is a comedian, right? Yes sir. And you know how funny he is. He's so funny that he's the reason he can't be here tonight. According to him anyway, if you believe it. Because today's birthday. No kidding. Yeah, today's superheroes be here for his birthday. It's why I got the cake. Happy birthday. The candles and, you know, I saw the KFC wrapped in plastic. All for will no, 'cause you're gonna make the trip over here from where is he live southie? To sudbury to do the do the show. And guess what? He cancels today's Tuesday. He cancels yesterday. By text , he doesn't even call me. He texts me and says, oh, well I'm teaching this course on comedy and, you know, they were supposed to I didn't know about sorry, just okay, you know, can I just get respect? I know you're the comedian and I'm not. But here's the first rule of comedy. Are you looking at me when you said that? You have to show up for the gig. Right? I'm gonna say this. Teaching comedy or getting a good gig teaching comedy doesn't mean you know anything about comic, or are funny. I've been offered for years. It's funny. He is, but I've been offered kicks teaching comedy and I'm not funny. So you talk comedy? I got offered teaching gigs and then I sell. I'm not funny. Okay, I work with a guy who's funny. We'll just tell his class this. To stand a friend. What do you mean one day before? That's not funny. Well, he that's not fucking funny. He gave you 24 hours notice. That's enough, right? Yeah, but it's not because not because he came down with some last minute COVID or gonorrhea or anything like that. No, he's teaching a class. He's making money. You know? You want to get eco just listen to the podcast. He says, he would be here and so he doesn't get his fun. Yeah. He doesn't get the cake and the cake goes to whoever whoever tweets me with at planet Mikey is my Twitter handle on for the show here. And tweet text to tweet what is it tweet? Tweet will noonan as the first person does it gets a beautiful cake from my grandma's coffee cake. That was a good handle is at will noon just to keep it simple. See? No. So he knows that he contributed to someone winning a delicious, most likely blueberry coffee cake from my grandma's. And if I was funny to not show up in cancer day before I'd be happy to I tried that with my first wedding. All right, so we want to thank Dwight Evans because he was great. Who are you? Yeah, on our last podcast and people it was very well received. Tons and tons of downloads on the deuce episode. Very popular. He's a very, very good guy. Nice. I just got to say that. You know what? We should give away his king too. Oh man. My grandma dot com. Don't forget one 800 get hair. So by the way, when you call one in order to get here, you get a free no obligation consultation with the man himself. And that's important for people to know. And Cosmo penny to get the rundown on what's going on in their head. Okay, and now I have a bitch a bitch session. Really? We just get through one of those? No. It wasn't bitchin out we'll noon it. Do you have sort of an attitude today? No, I wasn't bitching about will noonan. I like well noon. And the fact is, though, it's going to come on. He's a no show. Do I no show? No, I show. Or there's no show. Or there's no show. Exactly. I have an issue. I'm canceling my spectrum cable. There you go, canceling things. Wait, I just did that myself. They suck. I literally just did that last week. They sucked. I'm so proud of you. They suck. Let's hear the story. They're the worst. So Red Sox game, the other day was on MLB TV. Yep. Most playoff games in the history of that I can recall in baseball have been on free TV. One way or the other. Whether it's FS1 or TBS or you know, boxing or they're always somewhere you can find them. So I said, okay, the game's on a 4 o'clock the other day. And I said, okay, I'm looking at them scanning the channels. Where is it? MLB TV, I click it. No, you gotta subscribe to this channel to get this game. I show women. It's gotta be on free TV. I look at nothing. Okay, so I'm like, what am I gonna do? I can't watch this game. I've never heard of that before. So I call.
"It's time for another installment of sea hunt. It still alive here on scuba shack radio. And this time. We're going back to season three episode thirty eight titled diplomatic pouch diplomatic pouch premiered on september twenty fourth nineteen sixty. Well in this episode. Mike is back in a latin american country named san miguel. His mission is to retrieve a diplomatic pouch from crashed american airplane. The show opens up with mike searching the wreck while his buddies on the surface appearing to be fishing as luck would have it. Mike find the pouch and starts to head to the surface. There's a great shot of the voight swim fins as he ascends but just as mike breaks the surface he's confronted with an armed boat of officials who are pointing their guns at him and asking him if he would be so good to come on board what to do. Quick thinking mike takes a fix on his position and drops the pouch. Who are these armed men. The guy in charge is colonel ramirez and he is the head of the coastal defense. He's cold and tough and goes over. Mike's gear with a fine toothcomb. Just then mike's friend. Paul alexander pulls up with their boat. He tells mikey sorry. That he drifted. The boat drifted off process that they are on vacation. And he's from dallas texas. Colonel ramirez tells them that they are not to dive on the downed airplane at an at the penalty by order of the dictator row. All as is that they will be immediately deported. They are welcome to fish. Just stay away from the airplane. So now paul and mike are on the bridget or boat and paul is upset about the diving when might tells him he found the pouch but he had to drop it. He says he took a position. And we'll be able to find it. But how will that be possible with the colonel watching pause. Got a plan. But mike wants to know i. Where did he get that phony. Southern accent well. Paul's plan involves dragging mike to a local cantina. The club kellyanne. Tae sign is flashing on and off as they enter once inside. They sit down in the bartender heads over the jukebox. A stereo phonic rockall roller and plays a record loudly before waiting on and paul. Something's the bartender nods and mike and pau get up and head for the back room. The ace of pulse leave is one of colonel ramirez. Deputy familiaux who calls the kernel. A pig who goes beyond the law familiar will fight with his fingertips to overthrow the hated dictator. The plane is to get. The plan is to get information from familiaux on whether the colonel is going to put a diver on the wrecked plane. Now the the scene shifts to mike and paul on the water and they're trying to get to the wreck but they're constantly being pursued by the coastal defense. Just then shots are fired from the defense boat. And they're colonel comes alongside and tells them that the penalty for diving on. The wreck is no longer deportation. It's death before they leave familiar hotels. Mike and paul that they are going to have another diver coming from the capital. Soon we now had back to the cantina. We're familiar comes in the bartender. Nods towards the back room in the room familiar hotels mike composite. The situation is desperate. what can they do. Mike knows he will be an underwater hitchhiker. But only familiar can drop a line over the side of the colonels boat you see. Mike can swim to the rack but he needs a ride back. Familiaux says it will be done. So now we have paul mike on their boat watching a coastal defence boat with its diver onboard and her headed out to the wreck plane. Mike tells paul if anything happens he needs to get out of there because he's too valuable. Paul reluctantly agrees as mike. Put the powder into his wetsuit top. Once the divers from the colonel Once the diver from the kernels boot jumps in. Mike is in the water swimming towards where he dropped the pouch. He sees the line. Familial has tossed over the side but now he needs to pop to the surface to get his bearings so he can find the diplomatic pouch just before the men on the boat turn towards mike. He slips beneath the surface a close call. Mike is now underwater searching and searching trying to find the pouch before the enemy divers season. Finally he spots the pouch intact and now he needs to get it out now. Here's where it gets a little strange. Mike is kneeling on the bottom looking at the patch. Trying to figure out and then like maybe how to open it or something. He's got a puzzled look on his face. His back is towards the plane wreck. As he's puzzling over the pouch the enemy divers spots him pulls out his knife and be lines towards mike as he tries to stab. Mike looks like the pouch gets in the way we are now witnessed to a classic underwater knife flight where mike wrestles do knife out of the bad guys hand takes out his own life and you guessed it cuts who's hose. The enemy divers forced to the surface and mike heads under the colonel's boat too high policies the diver surface in figures. There's a problem so he starts to head out. Mike is trying to figure out what to do with the diplomatic pouch when he decides to stick between his back and his doubles now. The colonel suspects that mike is with paul so he starts out in hot pursuit. Mike grabs the line and his underwater hitchhiking begins. The ride is challenging. You can see the strain on his double hose thins. Just as he's about to let go the boat slows down and pulls alongside. Paul familiar searches the boat and said no one is aboard. Paul says he just wants to go home as this is no place for a vacation. That colonel tells them to get out of his country. Once colonel leaves. Paul is despondent at the thought of losing mike just any. Here's mike call out. I think i heard him call pau. Alex i'm not sure. But as paul looks over the side mike tosses up the diplomatic pouch telling him. He forgot his laundry. Mike has yet again the day now. There wasn't any indication in credits as to where this episode was film. The plane wreck looked pretty authentic with the large propeller and debris. I wonder if this was. In the bahamas. So there you have it. Diplomatic pouch from season three of sea hunt.
Webb Wins Again As La Stella, Yaz Power Giants Past Braves
"The giants blanked the Braves five nothing is Logan Webb threw seven strong innings to win his seventh consecutive decision web was dominant in his thirteenth consecutive start in which he is not allowed more than two runs he gave up five hits with one walk and six strikeouts Webb says catcher buster Posey helped him get out of a first and third jam in the sixth inning it was almost like he he told me to pretend like there was nobody on third base and just kind of go with how the ending was going to I'm gonna try to get a ground ball or a pop up timeless stellen Mikey Stransky each homered and drove in two runs in San Francisco sixth win in seven games Atlanta's lead in the NL east is down to four and a half games over the Phillies the giants pasty in a west by two and a half games over the Dodgers I'm the ferry
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Day and age. Seriously, I have a, this is, I have a new favorite baseball player and I'm only, he's only my favorite baseball player now, he's not even on the Red Sox. He's only my favorite baseball player because of his name, his name is a classic or is they say in New York, a classic His name is a classic. Its you ready for this? It's spelled a r, a k. I l. That's his first name. Yeah. A Kia Soul, last name. Badoo v a d, d o, o q do. He's a young guy left-handed-hitting time, outfielder, okay. I think it's lead off form, I think. As a matter of fact, I think he hit a home run and it's very first pitch in the major leagues and it was in the news him, I kill. But do now tell me that isn't a tremendous need, a, what's your name that do bad? Do his sons cuz of his hair? No. Oh, does that sound like Fred Flintstone named him? You know, yabba-dabba-doo wage. Oh, yeah. I mean, it isn't that a tremendous name on the back of your uniform? Oh yeah, bad do. So I'm really rooting for the guy. Even though he's a tiger and the Tigers blow. That's a baseball name. I've killed by dog. Yep. Sounds like like something you say after a sneeze Zimbabwe. Donna Donna by he's oh goodness. Yeah. Yeah. Canadian good. Moring Connery and know that. That's your side of the family package. They told us anywhere from gonorrhea. All right. So where were we? Oh yeah. Well we're on the subject of baseball and I don't usually talk about baseball these days cuz I've lost my luster for the game and the last five years although I'm recovering from, I'm getting some of it back watching this year's Red Sox team because they are fun. The one thing, I don't know, all the players much based on over every place where he's born, how old he is, what are you when you hit last year? I don't do that anymore. I got too much clutter. So what I do now is I pick up? Oh this guy I like that guy. Rafael Devers probably not like that verse. You gotta love that kid. Devers Bogart's, he plays with a how do you say in French? Schwa de vivre. Is that the right term you play with a Panache. He plays with a certain Panache. Ed Panache was a shortstop from his minor league. It's just this year's Red Sox. Team should be likeable and they come from behind, you know, more often than Ron Jeremy. So they're really, really fun to watch and I'm, I'm not falling in love with him. I haven't been to a game since June 2016. Well, I'll write, and it's the first time that's ever happened. So we got kicked out of a sweet and Game 6 2013. Yeah. Who's responsible for that, Graham? Yes sir. What an asshole? He was. I didn't know he was I was just a joke that only pussy. Anyway, don't get me started. On Kevin grabbed. Yeah. He kicked him out of the This luxury suites so that would be room for some fat-ass clients. Will you guys being Rowdy know? It was three of us. It was myself my key and home. So can you guess the third person who still works at the station? Oh my God, I forgot. Now I was okay with him kicking mud out of there cuz I'm old stories, aren't they? Kooky know you guys notice that. It's just Smokey outside. Yes. Last week I came here just hanging around last. We came up with a solution for for the, the wildfires, in the west coast. Yeah. Did anyone do anything about it? Did they install one sprinkler system. One? No, they did not. Yet the show, is the, show isn't big at the White House. I don't know if he's noticing it should. Damn. Well be, you know, I make better decisions than Biden? Biden says, I want chocolate chip. Come on, man. So the smoke from a distance Distant Fire, who's the Sanford? Townsend band. Yes. Can you Google that real quick? What am I Google? Smoke From a Distant Fire. It's a hit from the 70s. A good one, too. And not smoke is, is is seeping into our lives. Its outside you go outside yet. It's like what it's hazy or coughing. We are now subject to. Yeah, that's the one right there. Smoke from a distant. Now, we have to bring that. Are that they caused. That's a commercial, right? Yeah, that happened. Yeah. Everything has a commercial attached to it. Now I pulled out a piece of toilet paper. Had an ad on it. Used to be just a smash. Now, it's on toilet paper. Ladies and gentlemen, wlob Portland, Maine your shit hole radio station presents the Sanford Townsend band as for the 1978 es is called Smoke From a Distant Fire. You let me Yeah, okay. Yeah, still got it. My key can I talk up an intro? That was awesome. I was, oh yeah, the smoke. So now they're causing us to, you know, we talked about pollution emissions and global warming hand smoke, all these things, that pollute the environment, you know, and what your carbon footprint, what is Oregon's? And carbon footprint now when they they half the States been burning and blowing our way? What are we breathing? We're breathing Chinese are right now cuz of them cuz they don't know how to put it a goddamn sprinkler system that would you should run for office. Mike you come? I should just run. Damn it. I mean I'm look I don't want to breathe it. I quit cigarettes for a reason cuz I didn't want to breathe that stuff. Now they're forcing us to And the sun's even mad. You see? A red, the sun, his lately? Yes pest. That's cuz Phoenix lost. Yeah, I don't know. Phoenix. I've hey, Milwaukee deserved. It was the last name. 1971. Lou Alcindor was before Easter Robertson before. He was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. That's the last fifty years, right? He sniffed. A couple of things to, I want to talk about, just throw them out there, you know, you guys can feel free to comment. Did I mentioned Jay Hardin construction out of Maynard and yesterday, you did made my deck looks so good. But the deck could I mentioned Mancini landscape design? Oh yes, you did. Most classic remade. My yard looks so good. Now I just wish my dog would stop pooping out there cuz then it would really look that dog and drop off some serious. Do keys out there just like his dad. You know, one time I was I was at walking through the quadrangle at Avon Old Farms prep school. Yeah. The one year I was there before I was expelled was a dead of winter. And there was a I was late late for class running. And I'm running and I see this pile of Duke. There was two.
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"From Alcatraz Escape From New York. John Carpenter. What's the guys name? The actor? Married to Goldie Hawn. Do I can't remember Brussels. Brussels was Snake Plissken. The attorney Manhattan Island into a prisoner and it just got completely overrun. And then they somehow kidnapped the president? No, no, no idea. We've seen how far this can go. Just not this. Just apply to Alcatraz. These are only The Killers. Okay, these are all the people were charged for keeping alive that actually kill people, that really should be killed by the death penalty because in order they, they killed a little kid. You know, they wish to kill them but instead of us killing them and saying, okay, well you know constantly Crowell. Okay. Here's we're going to do, we're going to set you free, but you can only go right here on Alcatraz with the other killers and all the be an Island full of killers. If they kill each other, we won't even know or care of, you know, just be all debt. And then we drop off the next bunch of killers. And they, it's a survival thing. It could be a reality T show. Talk address could become like a high-rise with Killers all the way up to them. 7th floor. Yeah, but my point is that you take the pressure financially off the prison system, all these people that are killers, you put them on the killer Island, you call it or whatever you call it and let them deal with each other, okay? What is the real killers about the non killers that go to jail? They don't go to Alcatraz. Well, no, no. Now they get the nice rooms now because they're not killers of the rapist. Gets a nice rooms know, they don't get the job to flesh. This out a little bit more. Should be a wink of Alcatraz rapist in the in the child molesters? Well yeah, sure obviously, there there are levels of crime, you know, you don't want to have but someone who took of all, I think we all know that, that amount of money we pay for these people to be, but in some states there. Now, they're just letting them out cuz we don't understand, we don't have room. Okay. And they're letting out Killers. Yeah, yeah. It's scary. Who's in charge of that decision, and why is it being made? Yeah. And and you Patrol Alcatraz with a bunch of boats guys with machine guns. So no one can swim away. What do you think? I like getting more expensive now. Yeah. What else? He gets up more expensive than keeping, these people left. That's true and doing their laundry. I mean, they can figure out, I think maybe, hey, you never come back. Twenty years later, maybe, they're all nice. And then, you know, they they figured out how to do all that stuff. Laundry electricity, it's like Gilligan's Island except there's no Ginger, no Marianne, it's not even a mrs. Howell there could be Ginger and Mary Ann, right? I just took a killing I prefer the Cool Hand, Luke prism more of those. Less of these opulent huge prison, just more some Backwater piece of shit surrounded by like chicken wire. That's right. Where you can go there and eat fifty eggs and cheese, live, your life and watch women, wash their car and just ask for forgiveness, every day that you ever commited the crime to get into that situation. Okay, well, I got the only other problem I got left on my list. I really think what's its gun violence in the cities and I have that, you know, that I talked about this two, three, four, five, six, eight ten weeks ago, yeah, about metal detectors. I'm going to put my life savings into metal, detector on violence or gum violence. No gun gun. Check out about the worst thing you can do with gum and sticking someone's hair. You know Bazooka Joe is out of control metal detector mandatory sentences for unregistered firearms possession. And here's how you do that you say okay we have a new law, okay? If we if you're caught with a gun, that is not a gun registered, legally registered. Yeah. You're in prison for a year. No, there's no questions asked. You're in prison for a year. I don't care who you are. What you're doing with that gun cuz now, you know, the law. You can't get that gun. Now, what happens? Well, you're able to lock up a lot of people who shouldn't have those guns and your lock them up for you. You get the gun off the street, and you do that with stop-and-frisk. I have an idea. What's that a new show that call Judge Mikey but I'm not a judge I know but you it's good though you don't judge the judge it might be my least favorite person on Fox News meant Judge Jeanine Jeanine. Oh yeah he's just I mean I don't disagree with a lot of things. She says it's the way. She says that she's so irritating wage. Imagine her being the, the prosecutor and you're you're in court and she's coming after you. Did you see that? Brian stelter video where Michael Wolfe Geico off? My God, he got that fat. He was, he was right on the money. He was he didn't actually say anything that was untrue or you don't even really exaggerated either. And it was fun. Looking at others face through the whole thing and then he says, so maybe we'll have you back on again sometime soon. He goes see you. You can see stealth or die inside. Oh, that was so great. That was famous. So I've solved today off. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, 9 12, major issues. Thanks Mike busy boy. I'd like to invite anybody who disagrees with any of my opinions on that to tweet me at Planet. My key and I'll be happy to have a dialogue with you. Any of these things. I don't do any of these. I don't write down these things to be mean to anybody on the contrary, I'm trying to solve the meanest problem that is inherent in this life situation in, which were living, you should run for Congress. Yeah, with my track record. Tell us about that track down the car wash. You forget who are makes you president was yeah quite a nice little track record of public. Not like arrest getting arrested but he's done plenty of outlets things. Oh, well, yeah, but so what our current president Manuel, I was, I remember Jimmy Carter, when Jimmy, Carter was president, he's ever said, he's a nice guy. Peanut farmer for Georgia. Well, guess what hath? He's a nice guy. I ran owned us had our hostages for four hundred days. Inflation took off. I had 18% mortgage rate on my house and gas prices tripled but you can still run for Congress. No, I don't. I got a bad. I got a bad track record. You know, is that there was that thing? You know, that? Well, that thing off and then those two people that said, I bought that thing that I supposed to get mine, I wouldn't that would make you a liquor cultural pop here. I mean, you know, I got that going on and, and the shank or Source, those So in honor of our friend who neither Smitty nor been have somehow been able to book, I'm going to take care of this much, like pigeon, been and I into this thing, where we're actually making the attempt, what have you done, but I'm going to reach out to her on Twitter and I'm going to say the best way of doing, I'm going to say Tatiana zappardino. I'm going to give you $500 for a back rub know. If, if, if you come on my podcast off $500 and a my grandma's coffee cake. How could she resist? That's what I'm saying. That I would do it. Blueberry, I'm going to throw that if she says no, then I'll know that. She doesn't like black coffee.
Instagram DM Automation Is Here
"Hey mike welcome back to the econ- crew podcast. Hey there thanks for having me. Yeah absolutely i. it's funny. We were just talking before hitting record. And i swore that we had chatted before on the podcast after four hundred episodes. It's hard to keep them all straight but it was under a different name. So i was looking for mikey on and it wasn't showing up then i You mentioned it. It could be under mikhail so looked under the under that name popped up episode one eighty six. So we've more than doubled the number of episodes and she so it's been too long. My friend nice nice I'm glad to be back. And i think last time we talked about messenger and now we have some exciting news to share so glad that we could make absolutely so before we talk about the new stuff and even the old stuff. Maybe if you could just because it has been so long since you've done the podcast maybe tell people a little bit about who you are and in. What many shadows sure. My name is mike. Von i'm the ceo and co founder of many chats and many chapters a chat marketing platform. We're the biggest marketing platform in the world. We started on facebook. Messenger then added new channels lake sms and email and now since june second this year so basically two weeks ago. We added instagram automation. Which is a huge new channel. Excellent and for those of you who are new to chat marketing or messenger marketing. Basically what we do as a platform as we help you automate conversations on messaging platforms. So think about like. If you're using messenger you could run ads directly to messenger and automate the conversation to qualify lead to nurture leads and then to actually convert that person that leads into a paying customer and we basically integrate with messaging channels like facebook messenger. Instagram and whatsapp is in the works. And basically we have this visual flow builder that allows you to create these chats marketing campaigns without doing any coding. It's very visual. It's just of like a choose your own adventure type of thing. You just set up the text the buttons and you can create these automations
Bongino on the Reality of Our Flag and Thanking God
"So when I joined the Secret service, one of my first assignments my an agent, friend of mine mint. This is called Mike. He got sick. I've been out of training for. I don't even know a month. Not much. I mean, I was about as green as you could possibly get And I'm in the Melville Office of the Secret Service in Long Island. And boss comes in. And he says, Listen, you were an alternate on it on a trip. I'm like a trip. You know where trip to the city. I was along God, He's like no foreign trip to Russia and this guy Mike got sick. So you know you're going, Mikey B. We'll call him, he says you're up. You want to go and I was like Russia. I'm telling you, like New Jersey is, the father said, I think I've ever been outside of training. The first time you travel overseas to a country that's not necessarily a friendly and I think we flew a C five a over there, and there's these massive cargo doors and lower. I'm telling you, I want to be dramatic, but it was like something out of a movie. The cargo doors are dropping or because we fly with all the president's cars and everything you know it's a free ride. Just jump on the plane. It's going down at lands and, you know, the guy comes on board the lead advance agent He's like, you know, Welcome to Russia was seriously was out of salt Look like something out of the movies or I'm a young kid, you know, in my twenties. You know, being overseas where the rules don't matter like they do here. There's no real rule of law in Russia. Whatever works for Vladimir Putin works me. Wasn't Putin back then? But you get the point. When you fly back to the United States, you land and J B a joint base. Andrews used to be Andrews Air Force Base. And you see that flag man? Stars and Stripes. Uh, there ain't nothing like it. Goose bumps, It was the first time and you know every foreign trip I took after that we got back safe and there were no problems and you see those flags Erin Andrews. We thank God.
Caller Defines What It Means to 'Get off Your Caboose'
"Hi, Dan. It's an honor to speak with you. You know, I called him to say thank you because your continuous assertion that the do matters on your podcast and inspired me to get up off my caboose earlier this year to finally become the hero that I've been waiting for. I start showing up Tarkett school board meetings and making public comments. And actually recently got elected to one of those boards. I joined a local parent organization that standing up in force against critical race theory, mass mandates and vaccine propaganda towards our kids. And I've also been regularly writing and calling my representatives asking and tough questions and seeing what I want from them is a constituent and they're listening. I just want to tell your listeners that they don't have to feel helpless. I hear it in their voices when they call and it makes me so sad. We all just have to get up off our laurels. And be the voices for truth and change where we lead like you say it starts there. Wow. Lisa! Mikey, Please don't hang up on this here. Sometimes. You know, we have to get rid of calls. Lisa, that's ah! Get me a little emotional. I'm Homes. That's weird him. I don't know if I said I was talking about the cancer, and now you're talking About things that really matter to me. Oh, God. Give me a second. You're an inspiration, Dan. And I appreciate it. Yeah, I never intended to be. I mean that I'm not kidding. I always was the guy behind the camera. I mean, it was a secret service guy. You never in front of the camera. And I just like you just got pissed
"mikey d" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"You feel Smitty? Well, now, I have the finished. The first round of the the liquid. You got to do a must drink The Elixir. Yeah. And this is magnesium, citrate. This is the grape flavor. Well, the good thing is that it tastes like ass going in. So, the first day's first, I suck it up and I took a sniff to see. You don't want to smell like, oh man, it's doing is just like sweet grape flavored oil Standard, Oil lagak. Yeah, yeah. I had a girlfriend when all she ever did not see grapes, was unbelievable. Every day, every night and late at night, I'd get her good. She let out a little wine. Sochi on Fury's here, so. I think it's 124 according to Ben kitchen. That's how you been Jenny. I'm good, my key, I'm good. I've survived the pandemic and vaccinated. Yes, I'm ready to go. Yeah, you your job. The epitome of Health, the epitome at 2:50 we have, by the way, for those who don't know, there's very few who don't know, John is an actor. He's been in many things, I guess, most recently Georgia, you'll tell us about your newest project but what I thought was a great film when he played Chief Arena, right, Dominic Arena Dominic arena in Chappaquiddick. But going back a little further. John, of course, was Jesus tone in the, in the, in The Sopranos which was a moderately successful moderates, show got a little action, guys, got a little bit of a viewership but his name, I am DB on Fury's. IMDb looks like a, like a like a who's who from the Knights of Columbus, you know, it's like all Italians, right? Pretty much. So you you an effective been Typecast. You might have been Typecast. Although I just played a general, Richard you'll wow, in a movie called Z, dead-end, zombie movie that were in the middle of making now. Yeah, the continued over the summer. See, I broke the type good, nobody just half Italian, you know, this mother's side, but you know, when you see me in the uniform, all the Italian comes right out of me. You really watching off Ian's birthday. Is it garlicky? Smoke a cigar, you know? Yeah. That type of Jenna a badass about a hard task now. Describe your character Gigi system of we first get to know him when he's got one of the twins in the head spoons I shot spoons in the head. Not beans, either not beansie, you shut spoon green beans either had a bill of ramp. You remember that right? Yeah, they had to build beans the iraq-iran because David praval, hit him with a coffee pot in the head and ran them over laughed about. It was nothing right. He backed off and then he put in dryer, he could care what they think things. He was did anything to deserve that the the treatment of beans. He was a little extreme, wasn't it? Well, you didn't Hustle, Man. Speaking of busy. How's your colonoscopy stuff going over their dead? Hey, there you go. You were also Law and Order for a long time. How many episodes you do? Long 56-7 wow. If she has a good paid, a good run across its profile. True Detective prefer I wrote me out because my wife believe it or not, I needed money. So I went on to take ya for in vitro. Fertilization what, what do you mean kind of cheese is bad? You went on the take for that. Yeah I was all go. We go I needed the money for Shirley's in vitro fucking pussy huh. You can't believe he's just robbed a sperm bank and get some egg drop soup C. Many sperm over there. That's right. Because he can pull boat, right? The fuc Outta, it's right. What's that thing? So, detective professional, he was not a criminal. He was wasn't a criminal offense. Dirty was a buffoon. He was a guy that got in bed with the mob just to get the money to get surely in vitro fertilization. So, when they came to me, like, what are you fucking kidding me. I'm a killer, I'm a fucking knockout birth. Both hands. Now, you're going to you're going to cry like a baby cuz you need money for in vitro and that was the end of that. Yeah. But did you have to practice that didn't have to practice. Now, I'm really no fight scene between you and Christina them a little. We had an argument that we kind of made up at the end. He had sympathy for me. I turned my badge and gun in. He was a c around Tony, go see it, my key and I was it matter who wins in the fight gone. Oh, I'm not gotten three Rocky Mountain Community. I'll be over at the sperm bank lock in one short fucken sick since she had done. Hey, nobody knows more about six inches than me. Let me tell you something wage. So you were detective. So, you were a bad guy. Good guy. Bad guy, Google always, Italian always Italian, but what about Alphonse mazzoli nizzoli on the on the show on the Brotherhood. Alphonse thought that was a great series was fuckingawesome. We've all watched that was tremendous but it was too short. It was too short the three seasons but it went 12 a.m. Han Eight Episodes they decreased at each season and then they dumped it, it was on Showtime. If it came on now or if it came on the show time it'd be a big hit of what it is. It'll show time today. Yeah back then it was you know was down here right? Right. HBO is where it's at now. Showtimes, huge. If it came out now, it'd be big real big, you know zero about a week ago. Kevin Chapman, he played Freddy yes, love Kevin home. So we did a lot of stuff to you when I knew he was coming over here to do a commercial, I start watch. I said Kevin Chapman. I look at his picture. Okay I've seen this guy so I started watching the episodes of Brotherhood Los Angeles and here comes Freddy a baddest ass guy and suddenly the day comes, when Kevin Chapman pulls in the driveway and I see this guy see Freddy get out of the VIN and he looks at me with that face, you know? Yeah. Yeah. Maybe a Freddy face to give me the pretty face in the right place and I told Jesus turns out he's a real sweetheart. She's really okay. But and he's a local guy you know it's getting pretty good. Yep yep. So now there's a lot, there's a lot of different websites, a different podcast, all still talking about The Sopranos. It's unbelievable. It's the show that never ends never Star Trek in a way. Once it's all hung up in the wall like an art piece people. Analyze every little thing. For example, if I pick up a glasses in the scene or whatever, I did people write to me, you know, when that episode, will you pick up the glasses? I don't know. I don't because that study it, they review it people, right? This is my 50th time. Watching the show, em in war members, only jacket in the guy that walked in at the end War members, only Russia like that all the time. So now when the show was live and I got right now yeah they forget about you until it's all done and then when it's done comes back and they watch it over and over and over and over the people that write to me from Australia. Egypt Serbia, yeah England. I can't even log. Serbia everywhere in Serbia. I started watching the whole series again and I watched it the first time all the way through but there's so much. You miss ya and watching at the same time you get the detail work and it's beautiful stuff really good. It's amazing. Now, I was reading one website. Things you didn't know about The Sopranos, a million thing. I've watched it five times and maybe the whole starting off, you know, and when you have a series that people can watch more than once or twice, you know, you've done something that's a permanent, you know, it's like the Godfather right. I mean, I've seen a Godfather wage twenty times he's and I never get sick of any of it. I know all the seeds on, but it's still so well done. I think The Sopranos are the same way because I, you know, when they took it off, they took it off Amazon Prime video. Yeah, and I was, that's where I was watching on my computer, you know, like I'd have a game on with the sound down on the TV and then be watching.
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"Is your problem? Can I ask you another question? What is why do they always show the they show the pad and they use this blue liquid and show how absorbent. It is off. Isn't that the stuff you dip your hair your comb in at the barbershop this blue one. Is it any fries or is it blue Gatorade? I mean, come on, that's not real Gatorade. It's cool blue any woman that has a has a God bless her her gush moment with her. And it's blue should see a doctor don't you think yes or a mechanic that makes sense. Hey, what's the name of that shop play the older one play the other one. There's another one right after this thing's I don't see this lady about my. You know, like PMs and the brake gosh, if you're a pad user like me, you know what I mean? It's when you're on the first few days of your. And you get that lovely gush when you are well no, okay, you see though what you're doing, you're so revolted by this conversation. You're shutting it off, even though we haven't gotten to the end of the commercial but no the duck after sitting down for a while. Yep. Nothing is lovely and Stressless feeling that Gus and worrying about whether your pants job as you excuse yourself to the bathroom to check if you think okay now and I've had enough hey, but Smitty. Yeah, I've had producers and you're the world's greatest producer. I've had producers my radio show. Ya Dead. Who who also gushed but it was it was it was like a sounded like this? No. No, it sounded worse than that. It sounded more like wage know I've had him it sounded like this. You're just not going to play that far as him. He's only got one now. Oh, oh, really? Oh, yeah. Oh, that's the one you want to check out the Thunder spray. Yes. The one that we were you did that one yourself. Here's what's going to happen. There have been some famous politicians who have farted on camera Barney Frank did it. Yes big time. You know, what else did it was? Not a politician Whoopi Goldberg. So I wonder what websit Nancy Grace did she on Dancing With the Stars know aren't farts great so much fun. Fantastic Eric swalwell farted on National interview. That's the best way I'm here to promise you this this is going to happen. Joe Biden is going to fart ten times before he dies in office off and I'm not going to say when that is cuz I don't know but he's going to fart on camera. This is going to happen. This is why they lead them away real quick. He just needs the questions cuz he's got the farts. I'm Were walking with my father-in-law and the in the supermarket following him. Oh no, and he's wandering down the aisle July looking for things and all of a sudden. It's just didn't care who was around. He just let it go song. Holy crap. All right. So now here's what here's where I test my senility to see that I'm not cuz you know, I'm older now, I'm forty. Yeah, and my brain is starting to go home ask me the ask me about any the status of any 1967 player whether the Dead or Alive on the Red Sox. I know everything about these guys. This is like a game show here we got going on. What is this? No, I know. I you know every I follow these guys till they died and I got a whole list of his 2018 of the running 1867 Red Sox players are dead. All right start the quiz you want to know dead guys. Go ahead Mike Ryan George Scott the Boomer Joe Foy. We talked about him last week. Yes, Tony. See these guys are all dead. Jerry Adair Russ Gibson Elston home. Born on your birthday. I got the car in the morning his Burnham Bob Tillman Norm siebern dead Dennis Bennett Johnny Wyatt and Brett George Brett's brother off. Yeah. All those guys are did eighteen of them on the 67 Red Sox. Well as you might expect since it was fifty-five years ago. Yeah, you know, they play no ask me about some of the door aligned Jose Tour de Ville alive or how old JD two very good. Yeah see that. I know all about what a throw he made to get Ken Berry at home plate begins in a White Sox game that year His son Danny tartabull you remember him? Yes. Yeah. I was just son for the Yankees Danny. How old is Rico born? Nineteen? June twenty seventh nineteen forty three years. So he's going to be seventy nine in June Mike Adam Mike Andrews like Andrews still alive course the former Jimmy fund president great guy. Good guy for a 1943 Eagle. He's seven seven. Rigo's going to turn 78 in June. But at 7943 what I say you just said I said, you're in 1743. I just did bad math. Yes fight. Yeah, that's right page and longboard. We had lonborg the show my former dentist. He's going to be 79 on April 16th another good guy. Yeah. All right. How is old is Jose Santiago? Jose Santiago from Puerto Rico? Let me just think now he was born also in trying to think now he's nineteen forty was born dead. So he's eighty he's eighty Bingo Bingo and the oldest living member of that team is 85 years old his name is gaylan Sisco. Gaylan Sisco great name. That is Galen. Did I mention a Joe Biden Cena? You did remind me if I see if I repeat myself at all that could be it off of oncoming senility. So now it's time to present our musical guests and remember listen carefully. For what? What's it called? The Phrase That Pays that's good. Let's all three do at the same time. Listen carefully for the Phrase That Pays Beverly m y. Should be true. I blame why can't you be true? You got started doing all those things you used to do with it was the motor went over the hill Joe. I saw Maybelline in The Coop DeVille joke Cadillac rolling on the old blue Road. Nothing outrun for Cadillac doing about 95 Bumper to Bumper oversized off-road Maybelline. Why can't you be true believe? 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"Gonzales. They are canceling the Speedy Gonzales based on his Mexican terrorist attacks. Wait are also canceling Pepe Le Pew for being a French skunk that never bathed or shaved his armpits. Now, you know we're canceling Pepe Le Pew, don't you? Oh, yeah, the French you don't like the frogs come on man. This is ridiculous. I'm so so fed up with this. Somebody come try to cancel me. I just welcome. Come on, I'm alway try to cancel me. I'll cancel your face. Wow. Jeez, very aggressive that seems a little too vehement as a reaction to your right. But you know again, it's a it's a different day and age you can't just you gotta play forget a Fight Fire with Fire. Yeah. First time I heard learned what the word cancel meant. It was with Jim Morrison sing cancel my subscription to the house of detention, you know, that's yes love that song. That was the first time you were aware of cancel. So Scott O'Reilly Scott O'Reilly, would you like a 13-minute came out? I loved that song Mother. Yes. I want to show Faith. He gets a cake. He don't kind he wanted pineapple coconut which is my second. Wow tied for second favorite and blueberries. What Bill Smith's getting thank you. That's the best one now been if you really want a cake seriously wrong. I know you do Tatiana Tatiana, you'll get all the cake you want when you get Tatiana deal to come on the show me now are tonight's Phrase That Pays is a line coming up in this podcast within the framework of this very podcast. The very same ones to which you are now listening. There will be a phrase that mentions two different automobile manufacturers. It's coming up o write it down tweeted to at Planet Mikey and you could be the next Scotto wrong. From Concord Massachusetts going to show up that will appear in this very podcast. It'll be coming up. It's coming up with a bunch of the whole bunch of cool stuff, you know, you know periodically but we we get some good topics here on the podcast speaking of of automobiles. I met one of the new news to me new to my ever show on the Pike o f m card is on every afternoon 327 plan on making show and by the way can download the app or you can listen on Pike fm.com Chuck Burks just sit on the actual radio. You could tell Alexa to play. You know, she she you can boss Alexa around like there's no tomorrow. She'll do almost anything you say this after one day after national women's day. There. It is. You know, what are you what is up with people not respecting chicks and broads the thing about this this whole Alexa thing is that But there is one way there's no National men's day. That's not fair. The men are the minority. We are yes, there are more women than men. Wow. Okay. Yeah. So what if they can't bench press more than five pounds. You should call your local Alderman So speaking of automobile could be an older person. Oh, excuse me. Yeah, obviously they're going to they're going to carry to that degree. Now, you know, they're taking away the gender thing horse. Yeah. Did you hear that California now is trying to pass a law where we're stores can't have separate boys and girls departments. It has to be like children's clouds. So you go in there and say oh, this is nice My Little Pony just when I wanted a little boy woke on. This is a ridiculous. The gender stuff is getting squished away and out of the picture completely and pretty soon. They'll be coming in manhole covers will be personal coverage is a person has s o n a son. That's a boy can't say that for daughter sounds weird. Yeah really test. Anyway, I met the owner of of his name. Is Jason from Pro Automotive. Motive in Webster and Dudley Massachusetts great guy, he's my new mechanic this site. He's got the most Immaculate professional auto repair shop I've ever seen and I've seen him all over the world has caused you to go to that garage. I want to talk to about the commercial we're going to do for you know, and I tell you what, I had the tour of the place. I met all the people down there. It's a great great thing and he's now my new mechanic. I appreciated my 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis in mint condition Mint Condition because instead of me buying a brand new car for $30,040 down, you know one that actually has a radio in it. No, I'm gone through I got this car with short miles on it. It's at right now. I've been driving it for a year and half it's only got 74,000 miles on it and it's a 2006. It's in mint condition and the leather is perfect. I got all those people to get out of the trunk move away. I was pissed they were making noise when I was driving and you were old into this garage and I showed him he said wow, that's a pretty good. I said I said just the body is perfect. Perfect the only kind of work they don't do but but the car what did he say about the car at Pro? The only thing they don't do it Pro Automotive, they'll do anything everything they can never go wrong with your car except for dead body work because the body shop guys, you know, they are. Oh, they're they're not good host Body Shop guys are kind of little bit. They screw around a little bit with the insurance companies, you know wage, I don't trust. Oh some of those independent body shops, right? Yeah, but this guy is a is he's been doing this for four years and he's got his own business since 2013. It's called Pro Automotive and I'm going to be one of the proud spokesman for that person. Awesome. Yeah, so Yeah, you don't want you trust auto-body guys. My friend. Jim would used to we're driving along were in Phoenix, Arizona. Yes, and there was a car on the road to comb we're not we're going to we're actually in Tempe Arizona and it was a car crash and we're you know drinking or whatever smoking bong hits. I don't know 1970s and Jim would cease his car crash and he goes, oh that's got to be $950 worth of damage at least a specific number like 915. It's a thousand two thousand know he's just gotta be $950 worth of damage right there. He took a body shop. He just thought you knew everything but you know, I always like people to give specific, you know. Oh man, this is a good high scoring game know it could be 213 points scored here tonight doesn't need he said, okay. Two things. What is it? Have you heard the new plan for the homeless people in San Francisco, which has been turned from one of the nicest cities in America to the big just shit holes in America, you know, I used to live in San Francisco. And when I lived there it was every everything they sang about is beautiful place and I went back there recently a year ago last January and I couldn't accept Ash it had to avoid it. Yeah on the sidewalks get jumpy LeapFrog. I want to go back to the San Francisco one time before it's completely ruined and see that same spot the Dirty Harry ate the hot dog and shot the guy in the in the in the movie. I want to be the sound like to visit historical places, you know, he and he walked away just started kept chewy hot dog, you know is of course, there are other 38 is this is a 44 magnum the most powerful handgun in the world. I'm already talked that low. He always had that low gravel going on dead. Are you feeling lucky that he goes?.
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"Okay, here we go to get crazy and stay for awhile. Don't touch your Brady you'll die in America to the facts more listen to that and statements Jiggles and lots of a call back in the morning.
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"It's time for another installment of on it. Store live here on scuba shack radio. And this time we're going back to season one episode two titled flooded mine flooded mine the premiered on january eleventh nineteen fifty eight. The show opens up with mike scuba diving. And there's a woman who is free diving with them. They're searching for a guitarfish from marineland of the pacific and that's when they encounter a c line who might calls a natural clown. He then says that he will be faced with a very different situation. Fifteen hundred miles inland where he's been called to investigate a mine. Explosion that has flooded the tunnels in the next scene. Mike is at the mine and he's talking to the head of the mind. Mr graham mr graham explains that the explosion killed thirty miners and he needs mike to determine the extent of the flooding. Mike tells mr graham that he can go thousand yards into the tunnel with his cylinder. Graham asks him what it's going to cost. Mike says we'll talk about that later. Now mr graham calls in bill henderson. Who's going to help mike. Bill tells graham that he sorry about his boy who was killed in an explosion. The scene shifts to mike being lowered into the mine in his full scuba gear with miner's helmet on he says he's been all seven seas on six continents but has never been in a mind before and never wants to be in want again as bill and mike or making their way through the mine. Bill tells mike not to touch anything. It's a tight squeeze and mike accidentally kicks a beam. That causes a bit of a cave-in. Well they finally make it to the water mike. Mike looks at his watch. And it says three twenty and he tells bill that he has forty minutes of air. Bill asks mike. What can you do if he doesn't make it back in time to which mike replies. Nothing bill tells mike. He's got a dangerous job now. Under the murky water. Mike is feeling his way along slowly carefully when he hears some noises. He doesn't know exactly what what they are but he sees a light at the surface and when he surfaces up he discovers to miners trapped in an air pocket barely breathing. Mike shoves the regulator in their mouth and smacks them starts yelling at them to breathe now the dilemma. How to get them out. There's no time to go back for another long. He can only take one out but who they draw. Rocks smallest rock stays the guy. Mike is taking out. Can't swim and he needs wait. So they load his pants with rocks mic shows. Them how to buddy breathe gives him as masks and off they go but not for long. The minor panics. Takes mike's knife and starts to fight with them. Mike drops might drops his light and gets to panic. Diver back to the air pocket. Mike goes back down to get his late and then he comes up and tells the minor to get some rocks. He's taken him out. This time keeps his mask and things go smoothly. We then see bill looking at his watch. It's four pm. Whereas mike suddenly bill sees the light. And mike comes up with the minor. It's been workman. Mike needs to go back but he doesn't have enough air and there's not enough time to go out in the mind for another tank. What can they do. Just an mike spots a welding torch where there's a torch there's oxygen tank has the same valve as regulator. What luck but mike need some tools to complete the rig now. He needs to go back down underwater To retrieve a toolbox he does and hooks up his regulator and carries the o. Two tank with them as he heads back breathing welding oxygen. Mike reaches the air pocket and finds the second minor limp. But not dead. He gives him the regulator and the minor starts to revive. He tells. Mikey sorry that he was scared. Mike says that's okay. You just didn't have enough oxygen this time. Mike says that things went a lot better than they made it out. We never did get the name of that panic minor nor did we ever find out what might charge mr graham for those of us of a certain age or watch a lot of old time television. You might recognize bill henderson. That's hank patterson who played fragile. Arnold the pigs. Dad on greenacres the episode sort of ended abruptly when when it switches to lloyd bridges on his boat telling us that three fifths of the planet is covered by sea. And how little we know so join us as we go below with si-hun as we've seen in many si-hun adventures. You never know where mike nelson will be going diving next. Stay tuned for future installments of seon. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio
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San Francisco Giants expected to sign infielder Tommy La Stella
"Reaching an agreement or in conversations trying to sign. Ah, pretty good player, and it'll be the longest deal that far out. Assigned anyone to in his tenure is Giants president of baseball Ops and it's Ah, Tommy lost Ella, the former Oakland A. The former and I'm Angel. What do you know about this? One of the details of this and what do you think of the movie Carrie not just the longest deal. But according to Susan Slusser, the sample Scott Chronicle who just put this out on Thursday morning could be the biggest deal the giant have given out under far anxiety is she Saying it's in the neighborhood of 19 million. I had heard really close to what jerks and pro far got from the San Diego Padres, which was three years 21 million. And so right around that three years 20 million years, beginning gaining 6.5 7 million average annual value, which to me eyes a little bit surprising because the Giants don't like to make long term commitments. This is going to be the first player that they've really said You were going to be a part of the future when we think that we can win again. And I think that Tommy lost Ella It's not just a win in 20 to 2022 or 2023 move. It's also a hey, Let's see what we can do in 2021. Let's see if you know the Padres of the Dodgers get severe injuries or something chaotic happens where there's issues with them where the Giants are all of a sudden challenging for the second wild card spot because the NL East is going to be tough. There's gonna be teams that emerge from there, but you look at this light up and Tommy was selling. Let's assume he hits leadoff for the Giants against right handed pitchers. You remember lineup that has Mikey's Trump Ski Brandon Belt, Alex Dick. Person Tommy La Stella and Brandon Crawford probably getting down in the seventh race lot. That's gonna be really good. That's gonna be a really, really tough light up on these pictures in the National League. And so the patients the plate discipline the amount of balls that are in play with these guys. It's just a group that kind of syncs up really well, so he was always going to be the most obvious edition. And I think that it's no surprise to anyone who follows the Giants, whose followed far anxieties tenure that he was the guy they ultimately settled on for their left handed back. Yeah, I think the question
Mikie Sherrill says unidentified lawmakers led ‘reconnaissance’ tours ahead of Capitol attack
"And now a Democratic congresswoman from New Jersey, says she saw colleagues lead people through the capital on a reconnaissance tour. Before that riot Congresswoman Mikey Cheryl released a video to our constituents and address the houses effort to hold the president accountable. She said She also intends to hold accountable lawmakers who helped him and specifically pointed out those members of Congress who had groups coming through the capital that I saw on January 5th. For reconnaissance. Cheryl did not identify. The lawmakers will provide any more details about her claim.
Pro surfer rushes into ocean to make dramatic rescue
"Rescue on the beach in Hawaii, ending 2020 on a heroic note, a surfer diving into the ocean battling rough surf in order to save a distressed swimmer. Harrowing moments on New Year's Eve, a woman swept away the rough waves, pushing her down pro surfer Mikey, right, watching it on fold, He jumped over a fence and into a Action. The 24 year old cut up to the swimmer battling a massive waves, submerging them both several times. I kept having the teller like she's like a like where we're going to be okay, we're going to get in. I just made sure that she just didn't let go because, as they approach the shore, a handful of beachgoers rushing to help to get her to safety.