35 Burst results for "Mister"

Biden Asks if Dead Congresswoman Is in Crowd During Speech

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | 13 hrs ago

Biden Asks if Dead Congresswoman Is in Crowd During Speech

"President Biden, somebody forgot to put the pill in the porridge. This morning, he was giving a speech up in Washington. And the guy was just all over the place. Biden went on to say that he didn't even know if he was talking about Tom vilsack. He couldn't remember who he was. You heard from senator secretary vilsack. Senator, excuse me, who are you? How can the society's doing a hell of a job? Unbelievable, and then he goes on and he's talking about he was calling out a Jackie wall or she was the congresswoman from Indiana. We're going to play the audio and then we'll fill you in all the rest of this. I want to thank all of you here for including bipartisan elected officials like representative government, senator Braun, senator Booker, representative Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie? I didn't think she was going to be here. To help make this a reality. No, she's not here, mister president. She's dead. What's wrong with you? So he's calling for Jackie. She was killed in a car accident in August. What two of her staff members were also killed and Biden knew that because she put out a statement. It was a very nice statement to mourning her loss. So the idea that he either forgot that she died or or and this could be a possibility, maybe he thinks she's still alive.

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Joe Concha: Biden Admin Are Masters of Self-Inflicted Damage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 14 hrs ago

Joe Concha: Biden Admin Are Masters of Self-Inflicted Damage

"The way they frame it it kind of alters it to make you believe he's an innocent victim in all this As you'll see in the book mister bongino Did Joe Biden isn't a victim of circumstances to your point but he and his cabinet his advisers his handlers they are masters of self inflicted wounds in this country And the consequences have been devastating to our wallets I looked at my 401k yesterday my jaw is still on the floor It's been deadly for so many Americans as well in terms of their decisions around the border in terms of opioid overdoses fentanyl coming in record numbers from China through Mexico and into the hands of so many young Americans who are dying That's the thing right It's all self inflicted So when you look at inflation yeah inflation goes up and down But when this president came into office it was at 1.4% And now it's well above 8% And I'm guessing maybe this is the reason why when you inject trillions of dollars into the economy in addition to the trillions that you're already spending that tends to increase inflation But again these guys will go out there and particularly the president as press secretary and they'll say no you know what This is called the inflation reduction act So I know we're spending a lot of money but it's going to bring down inflation And then every sober study and analysis says that actually it's going to raise inflation And that's the thing This is all self inflicted based on the decisions that they have made and that's why we are where we are And that's why I'm just amazed to your point Yeah he's had about 39 40% right now Who are these people I mean all I can have a beer with these folks sometimes is what can you possibly say you're doing correct right now

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There's Something Up With Liz Cheney, The Party Pooper

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:34 min | 16 hrs ago

There's Something Up With Liz Cheney, The Party Pooper

"Liz Cheney has become, well, let's call her a real party pooper. And what I mean by this is that she is now pooping, not just over Trump, but over the Republican Party in general. She is pooping over Carrie Lake and Republican nominees all over the country. And she doesn't seem to have a kind of enduring commitment to being a Republican at all. In fact, she said recently that quote, if he is the nominee, namely Trump, I won't be Republican. Now, let's think about why somebody would say that. Let's say that you are a Christian. And you believe that mister X would be the perfect person to be, let's say, head of the Southern Baptist convention or be even the Pope, if you're Catholic, would it make sense to say, well, if they decide to choose Francis as the Pope. I'm no longer going to be a Catholic. Well, that really shows that your Catholicism is not really rooted in a kind of fidelity to Catholic principles, Catholic tradition, Catholic history, because if it were, it you'd be like, well, it's unfortunate that we got this boat. We could certainly do better. But the church has been around for 2000 years. It's got enduring principles. My point is, the very fact that Cheney is talking like this, suggests that something is up.

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Antwane Bohanon: What Is the Tennessee Volunteer Military Academy?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 1 d ago

Antwane Bohanon: What Is the Tennessee Volunteer Military Academy?

"So I want to jump into this. I've never heard of the Tennessee volunteer military academy. This is what grades 6 through 12. Yes, currently gray 6 two 12. We petitioned with the Memphis Shelby county schools to be able to open up fall of 23, 24, and now we're just waiting back for that approval. All right, so my understanding is that you've been getting some blowback over this to some extent. What's going on, why the problem? Well, one of the problems that we currently have in our city is that there are a lot of individuals doing the exact same things from public schools, charter schools, and now we have something different, which is a full-time ROTC military charter academy. So from that mindset, everyone thinks that we're going to militarize our children. So, and that's my understanding here, the chairman of the local Republican Party was jumping into this because the school board denied the school because of concerns that you were guys were going to want to create a militia or something. Well, not necessarily a militia, but to a point where they weren't quite familiar with how we would actually perform. So yes, Kerry von did get involved and also mister John du Barry, the senior adviser to governor Lee is also on our board. So we're in compliance, now we're just waiting for approval.

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Top Bank CEO Declines Radical Climate Demands From Rep. Tlaib

The Trish Regan Show

02:23 min | 1 d ago

Top Bank CEO Declines Radical Climate Demands From Rep. Tlaib

"Go for it. Go do all the green energy stuff you want, but don't simultaneously destroy the foundation of America's middle class in the process, which is something that the CEO of JPMorgan, Jamie Dimon, said quite eloquently as he confronted Rashida to leave on Capitol Hill last week, listen to this. So no new fossil fuel production starting today. That's so that's like zero. Well, I would like to ask all of you and go down the list because again, you all are agreed to doing this. Please answer with a simple yes or no. Does your bank have a policy against funding new oil and gas products? Mister diamond. Absolutely not, and that would be the road to hell for America. Yeah. That's fine. That's why sir, you know what? Everybody that got relief from student loans has a bank account with your bank should probably take out their account and close their account. The fact that you're not even there to help relieve many of the folks that are in debt, extreme debt because of student loan debt and you're out there criticizing it. Okay, so that was a bit of a non sequitur. We went from, you can't fund fossil fuels, how dare you, he said, well, if I didn't, it would be a road to hell. Which he's right. We'll get into in just a second, but I can't help but notice she went straight from that to student loans and you got to cancel your student loan and a JPMorgan checking account or something. Which is a whole other topic, right? Because I think that many of us feel quite strongly that this student loan giveaway is just another inflationary tactic by this administration to try to buy votes, especially with a group of people that they're not doing very well with. But what Jamie Dimon said, was that it would be the road to hell and the reason it would be the road to health for America and we're already seeing evidence of this is because people can't afford $10 gasoline and when you look at the numbers and you consider the fact that this SPR strategic petroleum reserve is at the lowest level it's been at since 1984 and we haven't even begun the pain of what's coming this winter when Russia comes offline, we could have a lot more problems ahead and gas prices will most likely continue to escalate

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Kentucky man who shot classmates in '97 imprisoned for life

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Kentucky man who shot classmates in '97 imprisoned for life

"A Kentucky man convicted of a deadly 1997 school shooting will have to spend the rest of his life in prison I Norman hall Michael corneille was 14 years old when he killed three classmates and wounded 5 others at a school in heath Kentucky just outside paducah the victims had been in a prayer circle and a lobby now 39 corneal asked last week that he would be allowed to live with his parents and continue his mental health treatment but voting unanimously Miss lathan how do you vote Surveillance Mister helby how do you vote The parole board said no Your crime involved a weapon You had lives taken and the seriousness again It is the decision of the parole board today to allow you to serve out the remainder of your sentence Thank you sir Corneal will have no other opportunity for parole I Norman hall

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Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

The Trish Regan Show

01:55 min | 6 d ago

Dazed and Confused: Joe Biden Ignores Reality

"Whole clip from Scott pelley's interview on CBS News 60 minutes from Sunday Night. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over. If you notice, no one's wearing masks. Everybody seems to be in pretty good shape. So if everyone is in really good shape, then why are we spending so much on so many different welfare programs? There's a ton of money that got put into action back in March of 2020. And we're still feeling the effects of all that. I realized the president thinks inflation's up just an inch. Inflation rate month to month is just an inch hardly at all. You're not arguing that 8.3 is good news. No, I'm not saying it's good news, but it was 8.2 or 8.2 before. Actually, it's up over a percent from this time last year. As I predicted, by the way, it would, I said it over and over again right here on this show as far back as summer of 2020 that you couldn't have. This much fiscal and monetary policy working together and not run certain risks. Anyway, you have welfare benefits that have skyrocketed. Think about the millions of people that are still receiving food stamps because they expanded that program pretty dramatically. That was the national emergency, remember? You had a restriction or a lack of restriction, I should say, on state requirements for work, which meant more people were able to file for more benefits. States were not able to remove people, for example, from Medicaid roles, even if the people were no longer eligible for Medicaid, the prediction is that it's costing taxpayers according to a report in The Wall Street Journal about $16 billion a month.

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Crocodile Tears for Russia

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 6 d ago

Crocodile Tears for Russia

"Russia that invaded Ukraine and I guess Ukraine was supposed to surrender Russia that has been raping the Ukrainian women And shooting their men and children in the backs Russia that's been targeting the largest nuclear facility in Europe Russia that signed an agreement in 19 94 with the United States Britain and Ukraine That in exchange for all of Ukraine's nuclear missiles it would recognize Ukraine's sovereignty Now it's time to cry crocodile tears Putin has been murdering people with whom he disagrees even at his inner circle the 8th died yesterday Fell down stairs mister producer The 8th oligarch and a few months Assassinated It's got a 150,000 KGB type men and women in Moscow alone To knock on doors to go through businesses assembly lines and to pull out people who he believes are not loyal to him They're calling up more soldiers don't you know Men in their 60s People who are mentally and physically unfit They need bodies They need bodies And throw it all Russia keeps threatening nuclear war

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Don't Get Offended If Your Call Is Screened

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:29 min | 6 d ago

Don't Get Offended If Your Call Is Screened

"Basically just some woman called in and she was very nice at first, but then she was mad that I was call screening her and doing my job. Wait, what? Which made no sense at all. What did she say? She said, well, how dare you question I'm a Trump supporter because she wanted to talk about Trump. And I was like, 'cause I just said, hey, what do you want to tell Todd about Trump? And she's like, well, what do you think? I'm like, lady, you're supposed to tell me what you think. And he said, how dare you question I'm a Trump supporter, you guys are not true constitutionalists. I said, lady, I'm just doing my job. Wow. All right. She was like yelling at me, and I was like, she's yelling, I start yelling and I just hung up on it. I've never heard you yell. That's what shocked me. I didn't know what was going on over there. Yeah, no. All right, well chaotic. Yeah, well look, if you plan on coming on this program, we need to know what you're talking about. So don't take it personally if grace asks you what do you want to tell Todd? Exactly. Otherwise, we'll get some Yahoo talking about lord knows what. Exactly. By the way, what was it like? I know you picked up the phone, you handled Trump when he called into the a studio today. He was so nice, you know, he just he literally answered the phone like a normal person. He was like, hello, how are you? And I was like, I'm doing very well. How are you? So it wasn't one of these where it's a secretary. And then the secretary put you in touch with the chief of staff. I have no way. Please hold for the president. He just makes his own calls. Which is crazy to me. In a good way. And you know, he's like, is Todd there. I was like, of course, mister president. Put him on for him. I love it.

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Donald Trump: Republicans Will Release Contract With America Soon

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:14 min | 6 d ago

Donald Trump: Republicans Will Release Contract With America Soon

"Mister president, we broadcast our show for my hometown Memphis, Tennessee, and it's a war zone around here. And now we've got a George Soros district attorney. People are just fed up and they're fed up with the crime and the violence and moving to the midterms, would you recommend that the Republicans unify around some messages may be a contract with the American people? Well, they're going to announce the contract on Friday. They're going to announce, I think it will be very strong. It's a contract with America. The house is doing it. And I think it's going to be very good. But the contract is common sense, right? We want to have strong borders. We want to have strong military. We want to have energy independence. We go down the list. I mean, there's so many different things, low taxes, great education. We don't want men playing in women's sports. You know, a little simple things like that. And you're not even allowed to say that. That's very politically incorrect, okay? True. You even have it on the air. I think you'd say, oh, sir, please don't mention that. You're not even allowed to say men and women sports. You see, do you see the records that are being said in women's sports? They're breaking records at numbers that would have never happened.

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Donald Trump: Coping With the Liberal B.S.

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 6 d ago

Donald Trump: Coping With the Liberal B.S.

"Do you cope with all of this? I'm not sure the average American could put up with all of the crap you get and part of my language, sir. But the cramp you get from the deep state and the mainstream media and the Democrats. Well, you know, I get it a lot two days ago, a friend of mine. I actually mentioned it last night. I was doing a friend of yours, Sean Hannity. I did a show last night. And I think it's going to be on tonight also. It's a double. We had a going so good that I think you got two hours out of it. You want to know the truth. But I mentioned that guy came up very successful, man. Probably you heard of him. I will give you this name, but a very successful guy. And he has me pulled me aside. He said, could I ask you a question? How do you take it? How do you take what they do? And I said, do I have a choice? I mean, it'd be wonderful if I had a choice. I don't. These people are sick. I really believe they hate our country. There's something wrong when you don't want to have borders when you don't want to have low gasoline prices and energy prices. We were energy independent and even dominant. We're getting to be dominant. We would have been more dominant than Russia and Saudi Arabia combined in a short while. But all these different things that we did with the biggest tax cuts and regulation cuts, everything, no inflation, we had to think going so good. And to think that we had it going so good. And how can anybody be against a border when you look at what's happening? You know, you probably heard two days ago. Venezuela dumped their prisoners into the United States of America. You saw that they opened up at jail cells. Very bad people. Very bad people, mister president.

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Rep. Dan Bishop Corners Rep. Mondaire Jones Using His Own Words

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Rep. Dan Bishop Corners Rep. Mondaire Jones Using His Own Words

"Dan bishop, Republican from North Carolina talking to mondaire Jones who's far left Democrat from New York. Listen to this exchange because congressman bishop was quoting congressman mondaire Jones who said that officer Brian sicknick at the capitol was bludgeoned to death. Did I hear? And I think did you say that police officer was bludgeoned to death by the crowd at the January 6th riots? I said a police officer was bludgeoned to death. I did not say at the hands of whom mister bishop. Who are you referring to if you don't mind saying? And get that information for you in a few minutes. Well, I just want to make sure because are you denying that capitol police that at least one capitol police officer was murdered in the midst of what happened on January 6th? Yeah, I think I am. Here's what I understood that there were reports early on that sicknick was struck with the fire extinguisher. And that subsequently was debunked as false. He died of natural causes that were not connected to the event. Are we talking about the same person's sickness or are we talking about somebody else? Seriously, I mean, this is a genuine question. The medical examiner, the U.S. capitol police put out a report agreeing with the medical examiner finding the USCP officer. Well, just an initial thought and I know that mister Roy, you two are an attorney. Mister bishop speaks often about how brilliant of an attorney he is. We're talking about but four causation of officer sickness death. And so I would hope that you would at least concede at a minimum that mister sickman died as a result of what happened on January 6th. And I'm disappointed if you would suggest otherwise. Well, I mean, look, I don't think that's the stammering because he can't believe that the guy said that.

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Remembering John Coleman: 'There Is No Global Warming'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Remembering John Coleman: 'There Is No Global Warming'

"Listen to mister Coleman He was on he was on a while back and he was trying to tell the people that CNN there's no such thing There's no such thing as the stuff in the propaganda And if you listen to everything he says he talks about his stuff that I talk about all the time and the fact that they have no proof there's absolutely 100% no proof He talks about you know you hear what 97% of the scientists are consent to say is weighty tells you he talks about that And he really eats this reporter's rear end up He really I mean he just tears another hole in it So here it is mister John Coleman He was on CNN And all he wants to do and I've been saying this for long let both sides come on Let both sides come on It's not what the government's doing It's not what the media is doing They want their narrative on the issue and their narrative is an outright law Listen to mystical And CNN has taken a very strong position on global warming that it is a consensus Well there is no consensus in science It isn't a vote Science is about facts And if you get down to the hard cold facts there's no question about it Climate change is not happening There is no significant man-made global warming now There hasn't been any in the past but there's no reason to expect any in the future There's a whole lot of pony and yes it is it has become a big political point of the Democratic Party and part of their platform And I regret to become political instead of scientific but the science is on my side I don't think we're going to come to the conclusion about the topic right here What I do wonder is allow it to happen on CNN but I'm happy that I got on the air Hello everybody What are you doing

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NY AG Goes After Trump for Fraud

The Officer Tatum Show

01:19 min | Last week

NY AG Goes After Trump for Fraud

"I want to talk a little bit more about this attorney general because I don't even know how these people stay in business. How could the attorney general in New York sue the Trump administration? Let me quote something that she said. She said, mister Trump and the Trump organization repeatedly and persistently manipulate the value of access to induce banks to lend money to the Trump organization on more favorable terms than would otherwise have been available to the company. James said, this is, I think, let me see if this is at knucklehead. And it says to pay lower taxes to satisfy continuing loan guarantees to induce insurance companies to provide insurance coverage for higher limits and a lower premium. Now, if you ask me, it sounds like a good business strategy for you to convince them that your network is high. If you have to use certain measures to do so, and you can still be accurate at the same time. You can count this count that, use this, it's called negotiation. And what the attorney general is pretty much saying is that the banks are too stupid to do their own investigation. As if they don't do any investigation into people they give loans to. Like, this is going to give you a loan because you're Donald Trump. And if they're going to give you loans because you Donald Trump, then they were going to do it no matter what you say to them.

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NY attorney general sues Donald Trump and his company

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

NY attorney general sues Donald Trump and his company

"Former president Donald Trump is three oldest children and his company are being sued by New York's attorney general New York attorney general letitia James alleging business fraud involving some of Trump's most prize assets including properties in Manhattan Chicago and Washington D.C. We uncovered more than 200 examples of false and misleading asset valuations that were used on his statements The patent of fraud and deception that was used by mister Trump at the Trump organization for their own financial benefit is astounding The AG is referring her findings to the IRS and the U.S. attorney for possible criminal charges a Trump attorney says the lawsuit is neither focused on the facts nor the law Julie Walker New York

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Tom Weiler Talks Military Service, MN House Seat

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:04 min | Last week

Tom Weiler Talks Military Service, MN House Seat

"People need to know story. You are a submariner. Would you tell people your service? Because I got to talk to you about Putin's threat last night because all of a sudden, every submarine or under the water all over the world is on alert. Yes, sir. And real quick, if people want to vote for Wheeler or wyler, I'll take votes for both. But yes, I was a submariner for 20 years. All things equal, I thought I'd still be driving submarines, you know, in the South China Sea or the Mediterranean, but I got a medical curveball with Parkinson's a few years back. But no, the submarine community is definitely, it's a different world this morning than it was last night. And that's unfortunate, but sort of a series of unforced errors here. I think by the Biden administration has contributed to where we are with the crises in Ukraine. Clearly, mister Putin is ultimately responsible for the tragedy occurring right there. The current war and we do need smart pragmatic commonsense leadership to bring this crisis to a resolution and stop the bloodshed.

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What Rush Limbaugh Said About Echo Chambers

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last week

What Rush Limbaugh Said About Echo Chambers

"Rush Limbaugh used to talk about an echo chamber And what he meant by that was he would say things and then a day or two later They would essentially be repeated by others And TV and radio The Rush Limbaugh was one of my big buddies I see that happening with me Don't you mister producer And it's happening a lot And used to tell me well you know it's flattering It's not flattering It's plagiarism He said but there's nothing you can do about it Rush worked very hard at his job I worked very hard at mine Mister producer do you write anything from me Open the microphone Do I have writers Nope Does anybody write my opening statements for my commentary Anybody No right from your head And if we had mister TV producer here whether it be Levin TV or life liberty and Levin I don't use teleprompters I write little notes to myself from time to time I don't have writers All these other hosts do I don't So yeah I find it annoying but even my wife says what are you going to do about it Okay But I've been pointing out now that whomever the Republicans eventually rally around president Trump Ron DeSantis the crews cotton just down the list They're going to go after them The Democrats are going to go after them with guns blazing

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President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | Last week

President Biden Says Pandemic Is Over

"Go to what we do know at President Biden said on 60 minutes. Let's play the COVID quote general HTML. Mister president first Detroit Auto Show in three years. Yeah. Is the pandemic over? A pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID. We're still doing a lot of work on it. It's what the pandemic is over. If you admire it, that's kind of a bit of news. What do you think? This one Senate, the pandemic is over, has reverberated through the government is having shockwaves in the government because the U.S. government undertook all sorts of actions really the pandemic starting in March of 2020. It increased spending, it created programs. It altered programs, it did all sorts of things. It's spent hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars on this. The administration, by the way, is asking Congress for $22 billion more in COVID relief and their hopes of passing that just went away with Biden's declaration.

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"mister" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:24 min | Last month

"mister" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"If there's one more strategy within this book, that you really feel would be powerful for fire nation to learn a little bit more about today. Of course, we can't dive into all the strategies and all the details of the specific strategies. But what's something that you really feel like are listeners need to hear? I think everybody especially today with all the negativity in the press, you need to be called circle of influence or people you hang around with, I think I call it crew in the book. So what crew are you hanging around with? Jim rohn, I think John, I want to say that you wrote about this in your book. And I think I did. You did. Yeah, you did. So it's all about the average Jim rohn said, you're the aggregate or the average of the 5 people you hang around with. So imagine if you're hanging around with 5 people that are naysayers and negative and no, that's never going to happen. And what do you think you're going to be? On conversely, if you're going to events like, I was recently at a mark moss event, whereas it was actually about investing. And it was about protecting yourself from times of inflation and where to put yourself. So I've already positioned myself to be protected. And I hung around with guys like bitcoiners, like, I don't know if you're into Bitcoin, jet, JL, I forget, but Greg foss and Jeff booth and James lavish, and these guys are superstars in the game, but I had awesome conversations with these people. And just the knowledge that I gained by hanging around with people like this is phenomenal. Rather than not going to this event in I could have been hanging around with people that aren't as illuminated as bright and as fired up as these people are. And I wouldn't be as fired up as I am. So I think circle of influence is probably one of the huge keys. And that's part of the external action that I was talking about in my book. Well, I do love that. And as we'll be talking about at the end of the episode, fire nation knows that the 5 people they spend the most time with. As I end every one of my episodes. So let's bring it home on a high note Mark. Give us the one key takeaway from everything we've talked about here today that you really want to make sure our listeners walk away with, give us the call to action you have for the lucky formula and anything else. How we can connect with you and then we'll say goodbye. Well, I want to give your listeners a gift so I want to give them their lucky score. So how do you get your lucky score? You can go to the lucky formula dot com slash quiz. Again, it's the lucky formula dot com slash quiz. It'll give you your lucky score on a scale from zero to a hundred.

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"mister" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:46 min | Last month

"mister" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"You can and should be doing all the time and then how do you hire people around you who are doing all the other things that you're not great at that you don't want to do that drains you that takes away your bandwidth your energy. So you can focus on what it is you do. I should be doing interviews like this. Being guests on other shows doing presentations from stage, I should be doing webinars, stuff along those lines. I should not be doing all the other things it takes to run my business, so I've hired a team around me to do just that. And I've been able to blitz scale my revenue from essentially nothing to where it is today for anybody who watches and listens and reads our income reports. That's what we focused on. And one thing that I'm a big believer in is leadership. I spent 8 years as an officer in the U.S. Army, did a 13 month tour of duty in Iraq. And so I saw the importance of the use of language in leadership. And also the power of empowering employees. Or in the case when I was in the army, the power of empowering the soldiers, the officers. And that was such an important thing.

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"mister" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"mister" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Find this perplexing, don't you, mister producer? Why would the president get into a vehicle thinking he can go to the capitol, but he can't. So what did they do? Go to McDonald's? I don't understand. I really don't understand. Isn't this the kind of discussion, logically that would occur before he gets into the beast? Now, the president has a schedule. What did the schedule say? Go ahead. For the west wing. The president had very strong, very angry response to that. Tony described him as being irate. The president said something to the effect of, I'm the effing president, take me up to the capitol now. To which Bobby responded, sir, we have to go back to the west wing. The president reached up towards the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. Mister engel grabbed his arm, he said, sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. We're going back to the west wing. We're not going to the capitol. Mister Trump then used his free hand to lunge towards Bobby engel and mister renata had recounted the story to me. He had motioned towards his clavicles. Does that make any sense to anybody? Now let's dig into this a little bit further

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"mister" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"mister" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Meadows received this Internet conspiracy theory from representative Perry. On the screen now is the text that represented Perry's sent to mister Meadows, copying a YouTube link with the message quote, why can't we just work with the Italian government? The next day, the president's chief of staff sent the YouTube link to mister Rosen, who forwarded it to mister Donahue. Mister Donahue, did you watch this video? I did come from. How long was the video? Approximately 20 minutes. Let's just take a look at an excerpt of that video if we may. Said out of Rome out of Italy is that this was done in the U.S. embassy. And there was a certain State Department die whose name I don't know. I guess this is probably going to come out in Italy at some point. And he was the mastermind, not the mastermind, but anyway, the guy running the operation of changing the votes. And that he was not doing this in conjunction with some support from my fix, the CIA, and this Leonardo group. Mister Donnie, what was your reaction when you watched that entire 20 minute video? I emailed the acting attorney general and I said pure insanity, which was my impression of the video, which was patently absurd. Mister Rosen, you were asked by mister Meadows to meet with mister Johnson, who is the person in that video? What was your reaction to that request? So ordinarily, I'd get an email like this, and there was no phone call. It would just come over to transom. But this one he called me, mister Meadows. And asked

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"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"They replaced Jimmy cagney with Burl Ives, which we all should know who girl lives was. He was the voice of frosty the snowman. Oh yeah. And actually a great actor. It was fantastic in the big country. And then they replaced Doc William Powell with Walter Matthau. So small world again, Walter Matthau was most frequent partners at collaborators in films. And then the rest of the cast was rounded out by Larry Hagman and JR Ewing. James coco and a very, very young Jack Nicholson. So it's not funny. It's not funny as nearly as good as this film. And then they made a series TV series in the 1960s as well that really was not that good either. So I would say stick with this movie. Yeah, imitation is the greatest form of flattery, but go with the original. Yeah. And what about the cast? You had a couple of things to say. Yeah, I mean what else? Yeah, since it doesn't depict any real people, it's hard to say, as far as casting goes, I think casting is outstanding in this film. Again, Henry fond is a little old to play the part, but it's his part. So you just I think I've said enough about that. Jack Lemmon is immaculately cast as instant pulver. William Powell, if you're going to go out, have a really, I mean a deep, sensitive role where you get to be funny and you get to be you get to do some acting. Jimmy cagney. Yeah, he's Jimmy cagney. So if he's not playing, if he's not playing a song in dance man or a gangster, well, I don't think there's anything else he can play as good as he does in this film. Did he have many films after this? Or was this one of his last? He had a couple of dozen films after this. He actually continued making films until about 1980 ragtime, whatever your rectangle I think those 80 or 82 was. Yeah, something like that. That's incredible. Wow. Yeah, he actually around this time or maybe a little bit earlier, he.

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"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"And he tells him that he just tells him I threw the palm. He demanded why the movie has been evening. Captain then groans. He's knowing that he's going to have the same trouble with pulver that he did with a comedy to lighten it up at the end. Yeah. Yeah, it is. And apparently the palm tree incidents did occur. On the original authorships. So that truly did apparently happen. All right, well, we made it through that one really quick, Sean. Final thoughts. Yeah, interesting notes. So John Ford, we've talked about quite a bit. And this will explain why John Ford and mervyn Leroy directed the film. So in Marvin Leroy, so John Ford was, we've talked about John Ford's personality and his moods and his nature on the previous film on they were expendable. But he was just noted for just a pretty foul attitude in general and being pretty abusive towards actors and towards crew. We're not really towards crew, but really towards actors. Being very tough on them to the borderline abusiveness and he didn't put up with any hairs from anyone at all. He was in a really foul mood throughout the film. He had conflicts with Jimmy cagney and Henry Fonda. Now, of course, we said 40 cagney had worked together once before on a film just a few years before and there had been no issues, but when John Ford picked Jimmy cagney up at the airport, he told him you and I are gonna tangle asses on this picture and which surprised me because he was didn't have any clue what he was talking about or what you never had a bad word with Ford. Cagney saw how rude and mean Ford was with the cast and he was late to the set on the first and the second day of shooting a few minutes. And Ford just launched into him and just started screaming and berating him. Cagney cut him short and said, when I started this picture, you said that we would tangle glasses before. This is over. I'm ready now. Are you and Ford back down and was on his best behavior, at least with cagney for the rest of the picture. So cagney stood up to him. His cagney was not going to put up with it. And then, of course, she'd worked with bond on all those films, and it got into the job, but they ended up getting into an argument as filming went on because I think Fonda had some ideas about how you should play the role that he knew. And Ford wasn't going to have any of it. And so he ended up punching fondant in the jaw. But then he shortly after that he ruptured his gallbladder, shortly after that fight, he had to leave the film for a period for emergency surgery. So it could have been that he was feeling ill. And it was just making him cranky. Who knows? So mervyn Leroy worked for the studio from Warner Brothers. We know Marvin Leroy from 30 seconds over Tokyo. He directed that film. So he stepped in to direct portions of the film while John Ford was out..

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"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"Trying to make himself be more impressive to these nurses. He takes them on a tour of the ship, but during the tour, the nurse is realized that the man can see into their showers with the binoculars. Right away, as they say, hang window curtains. Yeah. All right. Over has all these pillows that he puts on his bunk. Right. And like they just did horribly to portray his like one of them has a picture of the Arizona on it. It's just terrible. In some ways. Right. All right, so let's see. Okay, so Roberts goes over to the captain's headquarters. He requests liberty for the crew, and the captain allows the ship to make port at elysium, which is an island, tropical Paradise, but then he announces that the liberty has been canceled. And this just really sets off mister Roberts. He's infuriated. He storms in the captain's quarters, and he demands to know why the liberty was canceled. He insults the captain, the captain threatens him with court martial. And then the captain tells mister Roberts a bit of his own history. He talks about he was a busboy for several years. He received poor treatment from his customers. Then he became a ship steward and the poet treatment continued, and he worked his way up through the ranks. He did not go to college and he's kind of an old navy kind of guy and he sees mister Roberts who is a college graduate as a representative of those who treated him badly as a youth. And now he seeks to pay them back. So essentially, the captain is trying to get back at all the people that mistreated him through mister Roberts. Yeah. And he actually, he's got a kind of a grudge against the navy because he was not in the navy before he was in the merchant marine. During the war, experienced ship commander ship captains and crews were actually taken from the merchant marine and brought into the military transport command in the navy, the navy's transport command because they needed experienced naval captains for warships. So that's why a number of these cargo ships had merchant marine captains and officers and crews. And that's what Morton was. He was, he actually mentioned earlier, he did things different in the merchant marine. You respected your captain and that sort of thing. And he's just, he's just a blowhard. But, you know, he's also he's a he does not like Roberts because of these college boy. And he has a prejudiced against that. Yeah, and so then the captain decides to cut a deal with mister Roberts. He says he will grant them liberty if mister Roberts will stop his efforts to obtain a transfer, and if he'll.

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"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"That's the same one where they've been watching and pulver sees his chance to find a pretty nurse. Possibly whoo her. He visits the hospital. He meets a nurse and invites her to tour the ship and she agrees if he has scotch. He's got a bottle of scotch. She says she'll come to be there, so. That's so funny. And he says, oh, I do it. It's actually mister Roberts scotch, but what he doesn't realize. He goes through mister Roberts locker, looking for a shoe box, which had the bottle of scotch and it's gone. He can't find it. If mister Roberts is giving it away, what was the exact situation? I want to say it was like whoever it was that was responsible for giving assignments out. And he traded him, he gave him a bottle of scotch on behalf of the captain and so that he could get sent to one of the standard places where they have shortly. One of the standard islands where there's shortly. So he goes, he's trying to go around the captain by getting orders to go to a place where they have where they can do a liberty. And to captain just can't say no. So right. But while he's looking for that bottle of scotch and not finding it, he hears that mister Roberts is once again requested to transfer and pulver doesn't want him to go. So I'll find the letter through which he's requesting the transfer and he hides it. Then mister Roberts comes back and he learns that Culver has invited a nurse to the ship, promising her scotch, but there is no scotch as we've already seen. So Doc and mister Roberts decided to help pulver by making scotch out of grain alcohol, Coke, Coca-Cola, that is. Iodine, and hair tonic. Yeah, I love the palaces. I always thought that scotch had an iodine taste to it. It's just really, it's because they originally had grain alcohol. It was just clear ever clear, basically. And had the Coca-Cola. He had a bottle of Coca-Cola stashed in his into Foot Locker that he's saving. Although I was like, a, it must be flat and B, it's not cold, but. The hair tonic is the best part. And it works. It turns out pretty close. So yeah. James here, and now a brief word from our sponsors. Pulver then asks Roberts, what do you think of him? And Robert tells him straight up, you're likeable, but your hapless, your disorganized, your lazy, Robert tells Paul the first time he finishes something that he starts, you know, that one of these schemes, if he carries it out, he won't respect him as a man. And mister Roberts finds out that pulver has hidden his letter, requesting a transfer, and he takes it back. And Doc thinks that Roberts is foolish requesting a transfer, of course. So then we touched on that earlier. Not everybody has mister Roberts's burning desire to be in combat. Absolutely does not want to be anywhere close to come. He doesn't even really want to be in the navy. Right. So it's touching scene. There's some good banter back and forth between the characters and they have personality..

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"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"Pacific. In the navy register, it is listed as the reluctant, but to its crew, it is known as the bucket. The man of the navy cargo ship, USS reluctant or hard at work moving supplies and resupplying other ships of the U.S. Navy. Lieutenant commander Morton, who is the captain of the ship, that's James Cagney. He's a mean spirited exacting and tyrannical officer. Recently, the reluctant was recognized for moving the most cargo of any resupply ship in the fleet. The reward for their efforts is a single palm tree, which was given to Morton. The tree is displayed proudly on the four deck by captain Morton and the result of the recognition is that the captain is now become more tyrannical than ever. He absolutely refuses to let the crew have a standard liberty. Shortly. So yeah, what about this? Is this kind of a stock character would you say, Sean, you know, the cruel captain? Is captain quick? It's way back to captain bly from mutiny on the bounty. You know, it's a little bit of captain ahab as well. So, you know, it's that character. But apparently apparently Hagen had a real commander of a ship who was a bit of a pain to deal with and they really did get it palm tree from moving the most cargo of any resupply ship. Yeah. Wow. It's funny because all three of these movies were doing these naval movies from the 50s have a captain that's, if not tyrannical, then just weird. Driven. Yeah, I think, and that's the thing. You're going to find three different three different facets of that perception. This guy, Morton is a martinet. He's an absolute, he's an absolute tyrant, whereas, but it's okay because it's a comedy. The navy was concerned about Queen. In the book, captain quig in the Kane mutiny was actually a tyrant, was just it was just insane. And the navy wanted to make sure that it was not perceived that they had crazy officers. It was battlefield. So that's why they made some changes in the film. So, but cagney's not nuts. He's just me. And so the irony is, of course, Chad Ford had a reputation for being just more like Morton than he did for being like mister Roberts. Yeah, that's funny..

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"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

Key Battles of American History

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Key Battles of American History

"I'm sorry. Yeah, so his background. So hegan had served as a junior officer on board cargo ships in the South Pacific, and he based the characters in some of the events on real life experiences and even used some names. Apparently the real life over in St. Paul was a career navy man who threatened to sue him for including his name. Oh man, the story. Mister Roberts was his only novel. He died at the age of 30 in 1949, drowning in his bathtub after an overdose of sleeping pills. So unfortunately, a sad life for mister haggin and he actually was suffering from writer's block when he was 28 passed away. So tragic story there. Now the play was a great success on Broadway. It started Henry Fonda, who was a Hollywood star who had left Hollywood to perform in this play, left a contract. And he was gone from Hollywood for about 8 years. It ran for 1157 performances, won the Tony Award in 1948 for the best play and it earned Henry Fonda a best actor, Tony as well. So Warner Brothers pictures, they picked up the option for a film version of the play. They didn't want to cast Henry Fonda. They felt he was too old and he was no longer a box office draw by the mid 50s because he had been gone. He'd been in Broadway. They wanted to cast either William Holden or Marlon Brando for the role, which you think, oh, Marlon Brando, but remember in 1955, he was a very young handsome young actor. So, but the John Ford, who was tapped to direct the film, he insisted that Henry Fonda was the only person that he wanted for the part of mister Roberts. He had directed Fonda in a number of great films in the 1930s and 40s and young mister Lincoln, the grapes of wrath, films along the Mohawk, my darling Clementine, and board Apache. So get a track record with Henry Fonda, but he also knew that Fonda knew the part backwards and forwards. The other actors in the film, Jack Lemmon, who is probably my favorite actor of the time period. He just started appearing in films. He was mostly known as a radio and Broadway actor and a TV actor at the time and he was a comedic actor, obviously. Ford cast Jack Lemmon after seeing a screen test. He did for Columbia Pictures, where lemon was under contract, but he had a special deal where he was able to do other projects like plays and TV shows and even films for other studios. So Ford was able to get Warner to bring lemon over to get loaned over to work on this film. And then William Powell actually William Powell is probably as famous a Hollywood legend as those other three guys. He was famous as for his partnership with Myrna Loy. They were Nick and Nora, Charles in the thin man suit..

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"mister" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:26 min | 6 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"I don't know. It seems very difficult. That seems like it would be a very 23 four 5 6 7 8 9 ten 1112. No, 16 letters. Okay. It could be, it technically, but with the perfect role or whatever, I mean, I don't know what all letters in it. But that's a 16 letter word. That's doable, I suppose. There must be just a good number of letters in there. If you think about it. Oh, sure. People love these word games lately. You play in this wordle. I've not played a wordle. Okay. I mean, yes, and yes. Well, here's the thing I got to do the other day, and I'm going to have to look it up to remember what the name is. Because some people at my office were also playing chordal, which is where you do four hurdles at the same time. But then on the Twitter's last night, I saw a link to duo try Gordon. No. It's 32 words. So is it like the game threes, but also whirl, but also Sudoku. It's interesting. Maybe. I. Haven't loved chordal. I've been playing it just because it's a fun extra challenge. But this duo tri goal. It just takes, it just takes forever. It's so much scrolling. But it's actually like a more distinct different game because yeah, pretty much anything you guess is going to give you helpful information in so many places. So the game becomes more trying to find what's the next perfect place to attack. It's not going to cause me too many guesses. Or whatever. So anyway, I just wanted to know if you're on it. I'm not very cool. I'm approaching a 100 streak with wurtele and I'm wondering if that's just a good time to go like, you know, I've done it. I've guessed a lot of you beat wurtele. I've guessed a lot of 5 letter words. The can't be that many left. I don't know, especially if I'm just 32 of them every day. Yeah. All right. I did also just want to shout out, I don't know if anyone else ever mixes these up, but boggle is not Yahtzee. Oh, I've definitely messed that up before hundred. Yeah. That and trouble and sorry, which I also forget which is which on those, I feel like those gay confused like, because they're both dice games, but Yahtzee. That's the one where they're normal number dice in your rolling them. So maybe that I've got that King of the Hill reference, that helps me remember which dice game switch. And the final point I will speak to is former Texas governor Ann Richards. Great. Yeah? Was governor from 1991 to 1995. I believe succeeded by George W. Bush. The last democratic governor of Texas, the last female governor of Texas. And on King of the Hill, she appears in an episode where Hank, his friends, what is it? They're going up a glass elevator. They dare Hank to moon everybody. He doesn't realize that Texas royalty is going to be down there. Then they blame it on Bill, and she ends up going on some dates with Bill. So it's a nice Bill episode. That's sweet. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, I think it's Bill Steven root. All time. All time great character actor Stephen root. I gotta say. Looking forward to Barry coming back this month. Love that berry. He's on there. And then the last bit of King of the Hill news, just to finish it out here. Because we're rebooting everything these days. It does sound like they are going to do more king in the hill. There's going to be more. There's going to be more, there's some rumors that they would age the characters up somewhat because. You can kind of get in a rut as a show. You do 13 seasons or Bobby hills and 12 years old or whatever he is. Yeah, he's made all the jokes. You've done all the makeup. You can do. I don't know if it's a fox or what, but it just feels like it feels like a lot of cartoons during the pandemic got reboots announced because it was like, well, everyone is bored. It's easier to make a cartoon with COVID restrictions than it is to do. That makes sense. A live action show, and I feel like I feel like at one point there was news that everything is coming back. Clone high is coming back. Beavis and butt head's coming back. King of the Hill is coming back. So some of those are true. All of those are still happening. I'm pretty sure I heard him. But yeah, that's great. That is a few things. I don't think I would know about, if not for King of the Hill. Thanks, Josh. Yeah, it was great. Thanks. What have you got for us today? Well, I was listening to my arcos jukebox as I do. You were on a rock box on that thing. Well, it's just the standard. But as you know, I keep a repeating playlist of all of our episodes. And I was remembering fondly all the things that were beans. Yes. So as an inside, for those listening or those who maybe wrote that episode, I want to remind us that beans are pulses in case you missed that question and learn league recently, like some of us did. He didn't remember that question. Yeah. Some of us wrote an episode of mister information about it. And forgot it, and we're kind of upset about it. Anyway, so I was thinking about all the things that don't seem like beans but are beans. Sure. And I got to thinking about the things that seem like things but aren't things, you know? Yeah. So that'll make sense in just a second. So in honor of episode number three, here are three things that aren't what they might seem to be. One of these things is not like the others, one of these things doesn't belong..

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"mister" Discussed on Keystone Education Radio

Keystone Education Radio

03:51 min | 11 months ago

"mister" Discussed on Keystone Education Radio

"I have the chance to talk with greg and ryan about their book. The research of dr george land and tools identified as he central learning. Welcome gregg welcome ryan. Thanks for joining me. I thank you expert joining us absolutely so your book. I've already said the title when you wonder you're learning and it's based on mister rogers enduring lessons. What prompted you to write a book based on mister rogers and y y fred. Rogers will first and foremost. It's a book about learning and it's a book that stems from nearly fifteen years work here in south western pennsylvania for fifteen years schools museums libraries in all of the educators who work in these and other learning spaces have been coming together under something called remake learning which is amazing network of educators in and out of school pre k. Through higher ed thinking about what is relevant what is engaging what is equitable in support of young people and the learning experiences that were trying to create for them. I mentioned this because very early on. We started talking about fred rogers. And it's easier in twenty twenty one than in twenty. Oh seven to articulate this but we talk about the fred method and the ways in which these educators involved in remake learning. Take advantage of what fred rogers did. And we can think about fred's work in a simple formula whole child. Plus learning sciences equals the fred method. That is like fred rogers. These educators are grounded in child development theory and practice understand what's developmentally appropriate for children in youth and they're also learning from what we're learning about learning itself from places right here in our backyard like carnegie mellon university and the university of pittsburgh but also campuses higher education and research institutes across this country and i mentioned the learning sciences. Because for me and ryan this was our big. Aha that is seeing fred rogers as a learning scientists not just as that childhood hero of ours not just as some convenient story to talk about education and learning but really understanding fred rogers and his work as someone who was a learning scientist a learning engineer. Someone who was deliberate end intentional about what it is that he did with his program. And that's what we're finding among educators all across south western pennsylvania who are involved in remake learning. One of the things that struck early on was just how far ahead of his time. Fred rogers was You know if you talk to. Susan the leading learning scientists today. Many of whom are working right. You're in pittsburgh at places like a carnegie mellon if you read the research papers if you go to their conferences Which we've been doing a lot of over the past few years. They talk a lot like fred does. It's interesting they don't necessarily sound by scientists at i. They don't talk about charts and graphs. They don't talk about things that are being measured increasingly. They're talking about things. Like how do we make sure kids feel safe. How do we make sure kids feel like they belong to a community that cares about them. How do we make sure that kids view that they are loved and capable of loving when learning scientists speak today. They sound a lot like mister rogers. And mister rogers neighborhood. Once we realized that we realized we had a book on our hands and we realized that what fred was doing. You know starting in nineteen sixty eight in many ways. Learning sciences is just catching up to him. Now you're absolutely right so far ahead of his time. It's it's there's so much more to what he offered. I think than you know. Maybe what was on face value the television personality as beloved as that was so in your book. You describe tools for learning And they're described as essential..

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"mister" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"mister" Discussed on WDRC

"Mister as a little walk right through the door and scampered away into the darkness I went over the bar sales from it was about thirty five in a substantial grey business suit stand right in front with the bullets gun in this one was missing there's no other identification on him gray's snap brim had spilled a few feet away so a good afternoon for nationals and found instead a small file stuck in this one the top was the heading the mermaid on the oldest man on the only relative I don't need forty children's Mannone died August nineteen forty nine and under that in pencil Constantine ship not Venice Pierre Louis paradise and thirteen Seacrest wrote twenty minutes to find nine thirteen Seacrest when I stopped and got close enough when I saw this one open window made Constantine trap I just let one line was in was a miniature Egyptian temple exotic and dainty sickening lushness of red velvet yellow so in the center of the room was a bloated little man balancing a long cigarette holder in one hand French phone the other hi friends here in engine maintenance agreement it is right given your all good coaches and I we had the best of friends for years I will thank you Chad where are you now or this over to it good good I advise you to stay there until a few minutes before two and a half you what we do not forget to wear a plaid goal just to be sure I will make it to state what is it and I think yeah at night is like his gun going off never mind so interested in sign conversation about the mermaid probably and I dropped out when bad boys led by my friend Nicholas say nothing the seventy five Jeez I don't talk things over with punks and reserve it for the head man go do some about it okay but I will go on one of the done inside it's a bad as get some can I kick out of step and big guys like you go home HM this automatic into the small of my back and must be answered what it was like with cheap incense bloated little king of Alanis a great holder stepped out and when I came back fast on the go for calling a bad eyes stared at me the room is not stressful and a simple again and Seidel told me adult adopted my spine with his gun we are now I guess this would be a number at the paradise khanom outside.

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"mister" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"mister" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Poor both said by Mister share okay all we are low queue what's his comments probably not a lot of Republicans been but anyway my okay I'll pay very close attention Adam Schiff he's a very interesting guy to say the least very nice guy whole nice nice nice I say interesting okay book will disagree that was a good analogy you know to blast through a pretty simple for anybody to understand all right so anyway so in other words your you're putting a full stock in what Adam Schiff is said when he's been recorded lying while on the wall days heading north full stop you won't be an hour I'm in I'm a hero he's a he's a liar the man's a pathological liar you have noticed that no got a president like that okay that so we'll just we'll just float plane dependent war my friend so you think the country's done well a lot you can do whatever you wish wish human being would it is yours to member in charge I I consider you a friend George and I am you you got a great friend your you got a background and you know a you know a good grief died when you see that's why I love you my friend and I'll let you know you don't put stock and president trump because you think he lives alone isn't it appropriate for anyone say that about Adam ship the guise of petrol and make some phone calls always away while he's heading the committee Hey we all you you begin on really small stuff for you we do nor in the big stuff all right said through the the whole ordeal tool you know trump is not about small staff would you would you would you admit that we that's your that's why you think right now I'm sounding kinda nasty and all no no no George you've always been good let the truth George L. Lilley we both the meant that we have a bias use and that we certainly feel to things the way we we understand them and and and certainly I try to arrive around this decision but you get your I can agree on one thing Mattacks well no problem there the only way my other my mommy is only only says socialistic been communists and all this right you know humans humans you never be communist only Christ could do that all right well you know grease went through a very tough time with the Communist Party you know that and the Hey the communists were the only people that fought the Germans in World War two weeks you know the history yes you're actually right you're actually right about that actually the only one is the only one I want to the hills and bought them son of a **** for not not to put so it but I'll I'll also tell you that there was also a couple of news ninety three point one K. of PK we shall return we love.

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"mister" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mister" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Guilty Mister Jones Mister Jones guilty Mister Kane Mr came guilty Mister Kennedy not guilty Mister Kennedy not guilty Mister king Mister king guilty ms call of a char this club which are guilty Mr Lankford Mr lying for not guilty Mr Lahey Mr Lahey skill to Mister Lee not Mister Lee not guilty Mrs Leffler Mrs Leffler not guilty Mr mansion Mr mansion guilty Mister Markey Mister Markey guilty Mr McConnell not Mr McConnell not guilty missing Sally miss make Sally not guilty Mr Menendez Mister Menendez guilty Mr Markley Mr Markley guilty Mister Moran Mister Moran not guilty Mr Caskey with my Kawasaki not guilty Mr Murphy Mister Maher Fraser has been acquitted on Mrs mark the first article of impeachment with the thirty four threshold just being passed that's all they needed they're gonna get a lot more but with that we are asked acquittal on article one she Mister Peters young Mister Peters guilty as department Mr court men not guilty mystery to read guilty Mr rash Mr rash not guilty Mister Roberts hi Mister Roberts not guilty Mr Romney Mr Romney guilty miss Rosen miss Rosen guilty surrounds Mr rounds not guilty Mr Rubio Mr Rubio not guilty Mr Sanders go to Mister Sanders guilty Mister says Mister says not guilty Mr shots Mr shots guilty Mr Schumer Mr Schumer guilty Mister Scott of Florida Mister Scott of Florida not guilty Mister Scott of South Carolina Mister Scott of South Carolina not guilty Mister shaking this is shaking guilty Mr shelving Mister Shelby not guilty for cinema ms cinema ill T. miss Smith ms Smith guilty ms Stabenow.

Mister Kane ms Stabenow ms Smith Mister Shelby Mr Schumer Rosen Mr Romney Mr Murphy Mr Markley Mr Markley Mr Menendez Mister Menendez Mr McConnell Mister Markey Mister Markey Mrs Leffler Mr Lahey Mr Lahey Mr Lankford Mister king Mister Kennedy Mister Jones Mister South Carolina
"mister" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"mister" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Mr came Mister came guilty Mister Kennedy not Mister Kennedy not guilty Mister king Mister king guilty miss club which are this club which are guilty Mr Lankford Mr lying for not guilty Mr Lahey Mr Lahey skill to eight Mister late Mr Lee not guilty Mrs Leffler Mrs Leffler not guilty Mr mansion Mr mansion one row guilty Mister Markey Mister Markey guilty Mr McConnell Mr McConnell not guilty Mr XLE miss make Sally not guilty Mr Menendez Mister Menendez as guilty Mr Markley Mr Markley guilty Mister Moran Mister Moran not guilty miss Makowski miss work house key not guilty Mr Murphy Mister Murphy guilty this is mark Mrs Murray guilty Mister Paul Mister Paul not guilty Mr produ Mr Purdue not guilty Mister Peters Mister Peters guilty Mr Portman Mr Portman not guilty mystery strayed guilty Mr rash Mr rash not guilty Mister Roberts Mister Roberts not guilty Mr Romney Mr Romney guilty ms Rosen miss Rosen guilty surrounds Mr rounds not guilty Mr Rubio Mr Rubio not guilty Mr Sanders go Mr Sanders guilty Mister says Mister says not guilty Mr shots Mr shots guilty Mr Schumer Mr Schumer guilty Mister Scott of Florida Mister Scott of Florida not guilty Mister Scott of South Carolina Mister Scott of South Carolina not guilty Mrs shaking this is shaking guilty Mr shelving Mister Shelby not guilty miss cinema this cinema guilty Mister Smith ms Smith guilty ms Stabenow ms Stabenow guilty Mister Solomon Mister Sullivan not guilty Mr Chester Mr Chester guilty Mr fan Mr fan not guilty Mr tell us Mr Tillis not guilty mystery to me Mr to me not guilty Mr Udall Mr Udall guilty Mister van Hollen Mister van Hollen guilty Mr Warner Mr Warner guilty ms Warren this Warren guilty Mr White House Mr White House guilty Mister wicker Mister wicker not guilty Mr Wyden Mr Wyden guilty Mister young Mister young not guilty the only changes Romney rom name was the once was fifty two forty eight not guilty course not even close to go to get sixty seven votes no we're in the neighborhood that's on the first article and sell we'll see they'll announce it in just a second I don't know why they take so long to tally this stuff up but they got to make sure but it's fifty two forty eight Romney the only crossover thought mansion might go with the Republicans on this and vote against can say not guilty but he went gilding cell and then Doug Jones letters name from Alabama he voted with the Democrats so he's probably toast anyway so we say what the heck because he's up for hearing took Jeff sessions seeing these back up for reelection so we shall see this year I don't even think you know who knows who's going to be posing him but they that's where it stands fifty two not guilty forty eight guilty needed sixty seven to convict didn't even come close didn't even get a majority and as I said Romney the only one voting on the other side so it will go in this article of impeachment forty eight senators have pronounced Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty two senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged two thirds of the senators present not having pronounced him guilty the Senate a judges that the respondent Donald John trump president of the United States is not guilty as charged in the first article of impeachment the clerk will read the second article of impeachment handling.

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"mister" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"mister" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The course of this and heard from Mister or about his comment to him that he was desperate to prevent Mr trump selection again this is the guy that provides the dossier that gives the worn over the top against garbine age he's paid for by the Democratic Party any personally believes is bad for Donald Trump to win his marketing the dossier which is a bunch of garbage to anybody and everybody to me that's important is that important to you any evidence of bias is supposed to be disclosed to court and to the department lawyers okay okay now what Mister Horowitz said you recognize I'm sure Lindsey Graham's voice what Mister Horowitz said to me was the key moment of the day as the inspector general his job is not to determine motives it is the job of the official Washington of the FBI in this particular case to disclose their own bias it is expected that you uphold the standard that you tell the truth and you disclose bias you heard him say that twice in that fifty second clip no evidence of bias was disclosed to us no discussion of bias disclosed to us they they didn't tell us that they were biased and therefore we reported that there was no bias he took their word for because it's not his job as the inspector general to decide whether or not somebody's line surprise it is the silliest if you've ever heard what a you're supposed to tell me if you're committing the crime you know you're supposed to tell me if you don't well then we'll just take your word for it obviously bias is not a crime but you know what I mean in this situation it's just silly they didn't tell us they were biased so we didn't see that they were even though we have texts where there are clear anti trump statements being made we had the guy who started all of this shopping around his dossier that were already proven to be filled with nonsense to anybody that would buy it and the FBI found a liking to it because of say it with me baby trump they hated trump it was bias but because the FBI didn't disclose bias other off the hook and you have all the news outlets talking about how see there's no bias to report of course all of this playing out today as president trump took aim at his own hand picked FBI director just twenty four hours after FBI director Christopher ray told ABC news there was no deep state no spying on the trump campaign a notion backed up by the inspector general finding no anti trump bias in the rush investigation now what's also funnier when Ted Cruz gets involved in this a little bit later on there's no spying whatsoever well that's not exactly true either you know I a it's not quite accurate is Ted Cruz found out so I have a lot of this I can get to is the NE as the day goes on but you get the picture that what's being presented by the national press is not a clear or accurate picture of what this report actually says what is it if it said bank there's nothing here and here's the event and I'm with you okay fine I don't care I have no horse in this race regarding this particular report I don't care there is much more here than meets the eye and you're not getting the information well I got some of it for you at least today I'm gonna play it for you you can hear with your own ears you're not gonna hear my interpretation you'll hear what they actually said or it says he's not sure what the motivations are because it's not his job the checkout with motivations are.

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