17 Burst results for "Molyneux"

"molyneux" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

04:50 min | 4 d ago

"molyneux" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"Well. We'll have to see. Yeah, somebody got paid, man. And those Twilight and none of it went to job blow art guy who made an arrow in city game, right? Is insane amount of money. It's just crazy all these. I had forgotten that Bethesda cost half of that. That's a mind-blowing. I don't even know what FarmVille is. If somebody came to me and said, I don't know what Bethesda is, or I don't know what Skyrim is. I'd punch him in the mouth. I'd be like, of course you do, quit being a jackass, but I firmly believe that you didn't. And yet half that. That's where microtransactions are making bank that we're not somehow it doesn't feel like it's always being tracked. And I mean, we all know people are finding ways to not track it. I'm not pretending like it's a brand new. Go ahead. No, I mean, that's why you've heard so many developers over the past 6, 7 years, talk about mobile gaming. I mean, you had like 5 years ago, Peter Molyneux of all people talking about how mobile gaming was everything now, because now when you put out like a mobile game, more people would play that than had ever played all of his previous bullfrog and lionhead games combined. Yeah. Yeah. And they raised a bunch of money silver with the NFT. Did you hear about that? Peter Molyneux. He did. And they banked. I bet you. Virtual land sales. Virtual life. I bet you he's walking away from that right now completely 10 billion times better than he would have ever been being like the head of Microsoft games and or even lionhead or anything like that. It's ridiculous. They made a good amount of money. These NFT things, I'm gonna sell ACG land. And just be like, there's a game coming in the future at some particular point. I've got one developer working on it using blueprints on unreal and and it's only working on the website and on the website to sell it. Dude, there's so it's amazing and there's a lot of people making bank, man. A lot of people making bank from it. It's just so I was looking at the same time at development data from singer and I mean, if the trend continues, I can see it because it's going up like 50% of revenue each year. Oh, is it? Yeah. Well, did you say 55? What the hell? Well, you know, phone any more powerful does help to Johnny. When you get a more powerful phone and you can jump in there, there is disgusting though. It's 2018, 0.9 billion, 2019, 1.2 billion. Hey, guys. 22 billion. Paul M brings something interesting up. He says the zenga acquisition is probably something to do with the metaverse. That is probably true. Some kind of, I mean, they're all going to do this metaverse bullshit where like you pretend it's one verse. Did you see it, by the way, is that the Second Life founder was we did that..

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"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Is kind of normal and so everyone in our families still abides by that and we've become spain. We really have tapas late at night. We're just getting people will call woody up to reduce making dinner. It's nine o'clock. And that's because i feel like we normally are trying to shoot for like eight but somewhere between eight thirty and nine thirty probably is usually and it feels nice that i think initially there was a feeling of like this really got away from us but now it just kind of feels like. I don't know why you're supposed to eat so early. It's weird so we've we've adopted later eating schedule and feels fine. I mean we're practically eating dinner tomorrow dinner as breakfast. That's it is out of control. And also i'm hungry earlier and then i just power no longer really hungry and i think why am i even eating this. I'm not that hungry. Wendy you guys get in bed by eleven. So i admire this so much. What are you getting up crazy early. Most of the time a lot of times these days. I do have to work really really late so by saying we get about at eleven. That's like on the weekends when we don't have. Sometimes i have to work till two in the working. So that's not great and also have become with food during the pandemic. It's the shower at this point like i. I don't enjoy it anymore. i don't wanna make it. I don't even eat it. I don't care about it if you go back to liking food when this is over but right now. It's just like another thing in the day. That i have to figure out how to do like we're just working like we're just working so much. Like in a not competing. I'm so lucky to have a job but like a you know. I'm on the clock all day. And then i usually take time for the kids between six and nine or nine thirty and then i just go right back to work a lot of the time Till midnight sometimes a lot later..

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"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"To determine what real life is and what sort of thing we might be all existing in so the dream was that you were having some sort of podcast on one second. Sure let me just digest that. Show what you're saying is if you do when you have to tell them in case they also had the same dream because if they did that offers you a portal or a porthole. Almost a peep into what though the multi-diverse something like that it changes you go from being a sceptic to someone's like care what anyone tells me i saw a ghost in just highs instantly where like phenomena herod phenomenon like your paradigm that you understand is is represented differently to you and has it ever happened to you know now when i always tell people i understand people like please up texting me. No one's ever excited. But i just think chances are really good. One day it's going to happen. Yeah and then. It'll be nice. It'll be fun and Maybe we'll be we'll figure out every now and again. There's like a a story of someone who dreamed about where like a murder weapon his or something like that. There are these weird bookstore. S how star l. The beasts the book. Yup people dreamed that it was anyway. I'll go into this dream That we were you. Were recording your podcast. But you would you'd which maybe this'll be a thing in the future. You had this communal sort of loft space and it was cool. It was like open where you would feel mike. A music video. Maybe and it was outfitted with. Yeah it was pretty neat and then in hindsight it would be disastrous because people would wanna interrupt and chime in but the idea. Was that like you could not only be at the podcast. Save kind be part of the the feel the atmosphere. Everyone's just kind of sitting around and chairs and then you're talking with no mics or anything. The room miked up and we started talking about robin hood prince of thieves. And i in both of you were like i haven't seen it and i. I cannot believe you haven't seen that. It would have been right in the. I think around when you guys knew each other like i met might have been before that would have still been kind of a missing the on. I'm trying to think win. And at the height of one ellison. And i were both dressing as robin hood right so it's really different. One reason at more like old school rap ninety one. I wanna see when co nine hundred ninety one. Yeah we were bit before now. We we didn't know each other yet. Then but still but we oddly dressing as robin hood at the same time yes weird to get attention from from men who wish i could remember the dream better because this dialogue could have been in it. It was just this sort of thing happening. And then i was like you guys didn't see the movie you didn't know about kevin costner's accent. It was a big deal. I don't know about it. it's outrageous. it's you know he doesn't have a british accent at all and then maybe three times in the movie out of nowhere he just develops one little bursts. He'll just truly hope so. And then right back to just be in kevin costner. It's so weird. I realize the as they're having this discussion that in might mind wears the same outfit as peter pan accurate or not. They do. Because i was peter pan. I was peter pan for halloween one year as a kid and everyone guest kept thinking knows robin hood and i just said without knowing that that you and i both dresses robinson and and i actually did mining wendy all my.

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"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:18 min | 11 months ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"So yes tony. I separately attended zoom wedding yesterday. Now i just showed up in braless in a t shirt. No makeup didn't even have my eyebrows filled in 'cause i figured i'm not going to have my camera on. It's just a one way. Viewing kind of thing. And then lo and behold all the other guests were like. Tony was wearing a tie. He was dressed up. A lot of people were dressed up. I didn't realize that's how it was gonna work however something about attending assume wedding that way with a whole bunch of people dressed up like in their in their little boxes on their made. It feel like a communal thing. Have you guys gone to any zoom weddings during this is invited to. I'm crashing them. Did you dress up. You look around. Zoom till i find something get in there and i ex people love it. You always object exclusively object. Yeah i always object when they get there. Haven't been yeah. I just put it in my lengthy objection. Jack i haven't been to any zoom weddings at all. I was surprised and again this might be a little bit of retread. We might get into this a little bit next week too. But i was surprised at how much it really felt like. You were attending a real wedding. It'll be interesting to find out how it felt for the people getting married. You know because there was like it was just the couple. And i think her witness. Who was her sister and then the photographer and the person marrying them. It was very cold very no one was there because of covid so it was just them and but then like a whole bunch of people watching then. What did you think tony. It was it was very nice but it was definitely strange. Not because of what they did just like. That was the first one. I've gone to and yeah. It was weird and i did. I really didn't know what i was telling you. And i were texting us. I said that. I really didn't know if i was supposed to have my camera on if other people are gonna dress up so i thought i'm gonna just play it safe and kind of like kind address up. I figure that was safe. I feel better dressing up. And then no one else dressing up than the opposite. So i just kind of dressed up and and then i saw most people had their camera on but not everybody. I know so it was. It didn't even occur to me to dress up and be presentable. that's how much i thought it was going to be cameras off affair. Yeah i know looking on the invitation to see if it said anything and i think there was one that said something about like. Hey at least you don't have to wear pants. I was like now. Are they like take it like. Is that a comment. Saying you don't have to dress up or is that saying like you just don't to put pants on you. We still want you to be dressed up on the time. I didn't know so. I just played.

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"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

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"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"It won't go. If you hit the gas pedal it'll go and he just kind of looked down. Oh and then completed the purchase. He was just so caught up in like these are the steps of how we want you. We want every customers phone. We wanna be able to like get in touch with them and market to them if possible so he was just think new and kind of had the jitters and then once he realized like oh yeah i can just hit skip or bypass whatever so and then being quit and became a murderer. David i look. I made my decision david. No i had to read all those grisly crime. I felt awful. He's known beast of the bookstore. The bookstore that night he went out and did a bunch of murders so and then he got named the beast of the bookstore. You've all heard of. He wasn't at the bookstore anymore but because he recently come from there he was named by the. They didn't have his name until he was arrested so he was one of those murderers that gained his name after he was already incarcerated. So i never got much. Traction you know normally the paper. Oh we're looking for the garden. Hose killer but this wasn't one of those before that ball he was sneaky stabber and then when he got arrested found that where he was the beast bookstore you really stepped up going from this sneaky. Stabber no-one's intimidated. Because he didn't catch him for so long that everyone thought it was cute. Like they're like. This is a lot of people dead but it's like cute because he would like sneak on. His tiptoes just seemed kind of fun right because he only got the name because someone survived. I remember she was like yeah. I turned around and he was just there like and then he got the knife and knees. All crooked did that. Didn't she say she was downright delighted. I think that's the exact quote..

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"molyneux" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Kids get into colleges and stuff so a lot of that Toby into the tech world fast. So we're expecting like a a lot of this fencing to call the cops to this conversation today. A major part of it is probably the strategy behind c opening taking it. So i'm getting ready to like that too absolutely. Yeah well i'll try and make as many pundits like i love it. I always like we're here to learn from you guys. You guys are expert guests. Sabrina ask some questions to see how you're managing this in your ops is but i mean obviously not ideal world when we're talking about getting paper services Patients just pay upfront. And i know many doctors listening to this conversation are probably thinking like all right. We on to cost. And they pay it. Or they don't get it in his accidental. But why do we need to think differently about that situation and come up with more creative solutions. I think that We all have the you know we heard the saying cash is king but in actuality cash flow is king though it is possible to get paid up front but you don't have to put the burden on the patient if you can get paid by third party and have the patient spread it out. We're comfortable to themselves. It's a lot easier because you're preserving the patients cash flow. You're improving the office cash flow and it's kind of a win win situation for everybody because the kind of the model that are ultras in is very much subscription or pay over time. Where if you can get a third party to pay you in full and helped. You're still helping patient because you're getting the treatment that they need and they just pay over time that makes so much sense. I mean every time. I go online to to purchase. Maybe maybe a clothing article asked me. I want to break up the payments. Or do i want to pay for it in full and You know like you said subscription services especially for molyneux's. I mean we just live our life on autopilot..

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"molyneux" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Products and services where it's more passive with your selling and maybe it makes more inbound selling versus out. Selling but at the end of the day you are still selling so get over the fact that you might not like to sell right especially if you want to be and more importantly stay home business. So if you don't have sales skills, whether you need to get out there and them remember John molyneux the sales samurai from episode 15 because he made him Be a door knocker to hone his sales skills. So and he had a number of other tips to go back and check that one out. If you haven't listened to it already. Now, if you have some sales skills, but you're not good wage, or you're uncomfortable with them was then you're going to need to practice them to get good at them and get very comfortable with them. You can let's liken this to asking someone for a date right? It's weird or it might even be tough the first few times. Okay? Okay the first few hundred of times, but you just still got to get out there and do it at the end of day. It's a numbers game, right? Yeah. Here's a bit another example. I can can think back to my days where I used to love go out dancing, right? We'd go out and hit the clubs me and a couple of buddies and then I would always go into the club and I'd walk in with the sauce mindset of she's here. I know she's here. I don't know which one she is, but I'm going to find her, you know, and I walked in with that mindset and it worked right off because I knew would have just have to get first get through the first I don't know five or ten right conversations with ladies until I would find her now dead. I know I know this is such a guy example, right but if you think about it, it's true. Oh and by the way, guys The Confident funny approach works best. All right. All right. Let me get back on topic. I'm sorry. Okay. So everything you do to sell begins with what it begins with successful marketing because if you're not able to communicate your message to the mom successfully. Well, then you're going to be making your sales efforts a whole lot more difficult. However on the flip side if you do it. Well, you'll be making your efforts.

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"molyneux" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"Products and services where it's more passive with your selling and maybe it makes more inbound selling versus out. Selling but at the end of the day you are still selling so get over the fact that you might not like to sell right especially if you want to be and more importantly stay home business. So if you don't have sales skills, whether you need to get out there and them remember John molyneux the sales samurai from episode 15 because he made him Be a door knocker to hone his sales skills. So and he had a number of other tips to go back and check that one out. If you haven't listened to it already. Now, if you have some sales skills, but you're not good wage, or you're uncomfortable with them was then you're going to need to practice them to get good at them and get very comfortable with them. You can let's liken this to asking someone for a date right? It's weird or it might even be tough the first few times. Okay? Okay the first few hundred of times, but you just still got to get out there and do it at the end of day. It's a numbers game, right? Yeah. Here's a bit another example. I can can think back to my days where I used to love go out dancing, right? We'd go out and hit the clubs me and a couple of buddies and then I would always go into the club and I'd walk in with the sauce mindset of she's here. I know she's here. I don't know which one she is, but I'm going to find her, you know, and I walked in with that mindset and it worked right off because I knew would have just have to get first get through the first I don't know five or ten right conversations with ladies until I would find her now dead. I know I know this is such a guy example, right but if you think about it, it's true. Oh and by the way, guys The Confident funny approach works best. All right. All right. Let me get back on topic. I'm sorry. Okay. So everything you do to sell begins with what it begins with successful marketing because if you're not able to communicate your message to the mom successfully. Well, then you're going to be making your sales efforts a whole lot more difficult. However on the flip side if you do it. Well, you'll be making your efforts.

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"molyneux" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Take it away. Well Hey everyone. I'm Jim Mullen. You the CEOS Samurai. I've had years of experience from Col- Colin following prospects in Dole to doll on the telephones unanimity of donate closing sales saw. Here's my for today. You always need to reset doesn't matter what sales you where they are in in an office whether you'll only speak to three post prospects there or whether you ring in speaking to prospects hour after hour minute. After minute is vitally important. Nutri every single individual as a new person and reset every single time. He speak to somebody. Fresh the reason I say that is because if you've just bought somebody that was really abrupt and a bit rude. You don't WanNa drag down to the next person you speeches. The don't let it affect you. Don't let it drag you down to the level what you need to reset so that is my number one for the day. No matter what part of sales you're in how many people you speak on a daily basis always remember inbetween you need to reset even if it means taking five minutes. Some deep breaths just. Relax Inn. Don't jump strands to another call when you're all fired up and still grow from the call before so. I'm John Magnier. If you've liked what suggested today I will leave link for my six kill. Osama right close. Pdf gives you some tips on closing deals. And I will also leave some links for my facebook group and also podcast hopyard. Nice Dash sales guys cheers. You can see the video version of this tip and we'll have links to John's facebook group..

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"molyneux" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Science Friday

"At, like the confetti falling on people, and it was one of the one of the goals that I had it was like those were my idols, and it's incredible to see that I was lucky enough to get that hovered unity. When I talked to young people, Molyneux's people your age. They're fearful about their future. They're fearful about the future of their planet from what they see going on. Do you share that concern? L the share that concern critic. Nella. Yeah. Definitely I think that for me personally concerns about global warming, and environmental degradation are becoming more and more important. And it's even like infiltrating other aspects of the world like politics, and even though were feel fearful of it. I think it's more important to stay optimistic that the younger generation has the ability in has the power to innovate and we can overcome those issues, you feel the same way. Are you a little more pessimistic, so no, I definitely agree. I think that having us in level of concern was good for us because it, it served almost as a catalyst for all the innovation that we see at these fairs all of these students here trying to solve one of the most intractable problems that the world faces and without this level of concern and initiative. We won't be able to solve them in the future. And it's good to see that. I'm believer. The more I listen to young people at the young people are going to save us. And, you know, you have you have a great burden on your shoulders. It's your world. I you know, I've lived at a ready. Do you feel that burden? Door. You just filled an opportunity here. That's what I hear you saying, I, I feel like for me science was always something where I could explore my passions and whence you when you start to do that the repr- the, the impacts come later, and as I started to learn you realize how the research that you do helps the world and it doesn't feel like a burden more. So as like. Like almost like if you think of it more like a sword. And it's like something that empowers you to do things more so than something that's weighing you down. Okay. That's very helpful way to end our conversation. Congratulations critic. Thank you critic Romania junior cherry creek, high school in.

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"molyneux" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"molyneux" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sixty talk and breaking news. Am I wrong till like fixate on the high speed rail? Like, am I is high speed rail is that project is at such a rip off John? Is it such a rip off in such a disaster that it's basically like come our collusion thing? Like are. We hate it. It's the worst and people are like, I know, but we're just going to keep paying for it because we have to. Yeah. Yeah. Is it like a like our collusion? We won't give it up. It's it's it's pretty sad. What a what a huge rebuff. It is one hundred thirty Billy saints one hundred billion please make a small it's only one hundred best conservative. How how what does that do for road projects in our state? Oh, there's no other road projects. Fresno. Which go on. Nice. But they're tearing it up. Yeah. I wouldn't want to be caught in Fresno. Well, just just dry faster to run the cop. I will. I will trust me. What if I told you this is very interesting the Orange County? Register got the story they're asking the question where will California how is two point seven six million Molyneux's who are going to need housing here in the state of California. Now, why does this matter? Well, it matters a number one because housing is like a nuclear issue. I mean that is a humongous issue matters for that reason. But more than that just so happens, you millennials are a pretty broad spread in terms of age. Yes, we are the millennials are broad spread. It it's not. It's not quite you know, it's not quite monolithic. So the OC register with this with this op, Ed piece. Where will southern California house two point seven six million millennial homebuyers? It's equal to two hundred seventy six thousand more locals.

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"molyneux" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"molyneux" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"But really it was never in the in the pocket for Portland at any point who this after far from it if okay see could have made a couple of threes they were knocking on a door basically tire second half, they shot five thirty. Three five thirty three from three point line that they made their last two at one point. I don't know. I don't know what they were shooting Portland. Eleven for twenty five forty four percent. They overcame all the offensive rebounds. Okay. See all the shots. They missed came up with eighteen offense of rebounds. I thought really gutty performance by. Okay. See but Portland to their credit. Never let them plov their way back into the game. The headliners were a big part of this Lillard leads them all with thirty twenty four from CJ McCollum. Meanwhile, Russell Westbrook. Another triple double in the postseason and Paul George in the headlines here, maybe for a different reason here in the loss. Again, I got twenty six points, which is amazing but eight for twenty four from the field for fifteen for three point line a player who's trademark all this year. Spend the efficiency it wasn't there today. I think the shoulder was bothering him. Dennis schroder. Dave Molyneux off the bench. But took seventeen chats to get that five for seventeen and his can't talk about somebody pitching in twenty points eighteen boards couple of block shots shots. Talking about that nine blocks outs for the Portland trailblazers. So I think the team played better and deserved to win. That's what happened tonight every time. He's to lace it up. It's going to be an adventure. So you're prepared for game one of the series react for game two. This is just a moments ago that we saw the finish of this game. But perhaps what could a reaction be for both sides the Tuesday. Billy gonna tell us guys guys. We're not gonna shoot fifteen percent of the three point line. Again. You got to do a lot of the things we did. Well tonight, particularly our second have defense which significantly better than the first half. I think for Terry starts. He's going to talk about the offense of rebounding. No surprise what a great rebounding team. Oklahoma City is and both teams are going to spend time talking about turnovers. Nineteen Portland sixteen for okay? See that's too much when you want to win. In the playoffs, and I'll after losing ten straight postseason games Portland emerges winner. Here this afternoon in game. One finals nor one hundred four to ninety nine for PJ Colosimo..

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"molyneux" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"molyneux" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Number seven most stressful thing in a millennial life phone battery dying every one of these things has already there's already a technological solution for like all of these. You are not. Really? I'm just I mean, he's just adding more stress. Poor souls have extra batteries here easy. They have cases. Whatever whatever whatever. But is there a solution for number six slow WI fi? Yeah. Number riding late to work number four stressor on millennials number four losing phone. Where's your where's your technology there? They have a lot of. They've actually built into the software number three commute and delays in traffic. Number two stressor is arguing with partner. And the number one most stressful thing on Molyneux's. Losing wallet or credit? Wow. That is. How do they how do they how do they make it seriously? How do they make with this? It's very difficult not done surrogate that music backup. We're not. No this. No, it's crushing. It's crushing crushing. Now. Let me ask you. This is not like polio in there, anywhere. There wasn't there's no polio. There you'll notice there is also no global warming. You would think if we only had twelve years that would be pretty stressful. Right. So no global warming. Also, I'd just like to point out. No World War One or World War, Two or Cold War. Nowhere. Nowhere is the fear of being vaporized on this list. Which is interesting. Well, but the keys I remember the keys it's hard to find your keys. Sometimes right. Right. I would say if we're looking at if you're if you're the three out of five that say life is more stressful now than ever before. I I mean, I would just say amputation without any kind of medication that might be a life without antibiotics might be plowing and growing plowing your own fields and growing your own food and then having a drought or rain might be how about so many plagues. They started color, coding, them breath. The black plague let me. There's a lot of other ones. Don't get the blackboard. Don't get the black. That's really bad. Slavery. That was pretty bad. Pretty bad being picked up in the middle of the night and just without charges in just thrown into a prison because the government could do it very surprised. I did not hear a incorrect. Pronoun stressor. That really rough. I mean this. Let's can we can we way these. Slavery. Incorrect. Pronoun. Heater tottering on the scale. I don't know. No one is worth living. Amazing testament to how good things are losing my keys to my auto mobile is is is your bigger stress than being scooped up and put into a concentration camp because you're a Jew. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. It might be. It might be an indication that your life is. Sweet. Yeah. What is wrong with you? It also shows they obviously do not care about global warming in real life. It is it's a initial Jim and ends the means to an end we'll say go boating inequality, that's stress anybody appeal now. No. Dead. Naming didn't really didn't. But anything out there? How about how about if if if what is it seven out of ten women are raped on campus? That didn't make this washing the dishes deer point fear of being raped on campus. Didn't we have a situation that we are told women are being raped on college campuses.

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"molyneux" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"molyneux" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Make the reliable investment in reliable energy, the dominion energy reliability investment to find out more. Go online to reliability investment dot com. That's reliability investment dot com. Molyneux's the entitled dreamy technology reliant eighteen to thirty four year olds are about to move into their purchasing power. Are you ready contrary to what you may think millennials are very observant and have introduced new corporate expectations into the market ninety percent of consumers will switch brands to one associated with a good cause given similar comparisons. How do we know insight is a group of people that uses advertising for good? How can we improve your community? Visit I n CIT impact dot com. Ward and Ed Clements. Afternoons three to seven Gary Cohn had maybe the most telling exchange so he's out. So it doesn't really matter. But he talked about how he took a document off Trump's desk scientist, so he wouldn't sign it. He would forget about trading. John kelly. I don't know how those two coexist now. How can Jeff Sessions from Maine as attorney general the last weekend? And then the revelations today. But for John Kelly. I mean, that's that's the president's right hand. Man. He just call them in eighty. I don't know how to explain him at all how he's. He may just be used to it. They might be. But really say that about your boss when you're essentially the the caretaker. I don't know how Trump know relax to fight back the Twitter. I don't even know if there's enough characters in their winning down go to West Virginia, Jeff Ward and Ed Clemens lead is seven on NewsRadio kale. DJ? When things go from spooky intriguing to fake to scientific that our souls are quantum packets of information would attach to our biological hosted animates, it it all starts to make sense to remove all the paranormal and supernatural aspects of all of this ground zero with CLYDE Lewis, and we can surmise the packets of quantum data around us all the time ground zero weeknights on NewsRadio KLBJ. The Todd and Don show capper metro launching new bus routes and frequency of bus stops hoping to reverse a decline in the percentage of ridership statesman reports ridership has declined four straight years. Even the Metro Rail is down this year by five percents maybe made down five over percent, the weekend but we have more in that people murder living down here in Houston. capital The killing metro says a little they have more seven people year old writing, jasmine but the Barnes percentage based Houston. on the population Police say their of gang the city members may be down. probably But basically a case they of mistaken added a bunch of new identity bus stops. is shooting They eliminated into ones the that wrong we're not very park. productive. There are But they some added a serious bunch questions of new bus that need stops to be effective answered yesterday. because I we're I'm now very learning confused that he by got this tips we've last grown Thursday and based that on these those two percentages guys were the killers. ridership has And down. yet it went Why don't on they and try on to for days become smaller with the public more being efficient, led to believe leaner they were and looking meaner for a versus white guy spending is the sheriff more needs to address and trying this to expand? When the interest Wednesday clearly or Thursday is waning. when they released It's called that sketch, cap remapping but he said, you and know, the tenth went into that we effect were getting yesterday. about these Major two guys overhaul was of conflict the bus service across with what the city the witnesses capital. Metro had says, said. this should And now simplify the witnesses. the routes I mean, make what it a more, tragedy reliable to go through and. Up that. the frequency. That was probably The agency has the added last one hundred person and ten they new saw bus stops and the cut vehicle seventeen they described. during And the this transition is why you period have to street wait teams for will be all stationed of the facts at bus to stops, come out before helping you, people just go navigate out and deem, the changes. something Plus, whatever there were shuttle it is. pickup You wanna be rides writers weekdays who maybe ten to eleven didn't AM get the memo, and two for to example, three PM if you're on NewsRadio on the wrong streets KLBJ. streets the wrong corner waiting Markelle for the Boston melinda. also some things are different The this United morning, and way they've added of some central new shades Texas at is several out with of a these study new bus this stops. morning, And if saying you're a writer, forty two and percent you're hoping of that the the bus families is in Austin on time families because of you four don't want to be are sitting there struggling in the heat. They've to got pay the new shade. their monthly Instead Bill. of making sure the buses are They on say time. it They takes had some awnings an income to protect of sixty you from six thousand that. dollars a year You've got only a new sixty avenue six website thousand that you can that's easily surprises plug me it that where seems you like a are. very low And number where you just want knowing to go, the home and prices it'll tell you which in bus this to area get on. I in taxes don't understand that go along the with it. I would the say decision you making probably here. should People be are clearly close to eighty still to one hundred electing sixty to six use thousand the a year. cars We'll that support that we've a family all paid of four way too but forty much money two percent for of they the wanna families use those for the convenience are not able to option to has pay to be their bills better. and For the United me. The better way option says this does not ought to exist be a wakeup out there. call Not for even local close. governments. Oh, I don't know about that. I think Todd it should be and a Don wakeup show. hall to quit taxing everybody.

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"molyneux" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"molyneux" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I don't think they're gonna be as liberal going forward. Not to mention every generation starts out more liberal than it ends up by the time you go through traditional family formation. So take this back to the Democrats for a moment. And why you know, they need the opportunity if you suddenly have black Americans that see that. Hey, we can get ahead. We've got a near record low unemployment rate. We did hit a record low unemployment rate last year. We're making more money. There is a path forward with a good economy. If you see Molyneux's that are getting opportunities that are grasping those opportunities and saying that, hey, you know, what maybe all that stuff in the textbooks and in the classroom, and that we've been fed by Obama and company that might not be correct? This Trump economy, isn't such a bad thing. And then you take a look at the same thing with Hispanics with a record low unemployment rate. Remember, we have record low unemployment rates for pretty much every minority from Hispanics, black adults, Asians native Americans. And women the only category that had demographic does not reach a record low unemployment rate over the past year white men now that's for you. So what you're seeing ultimately, the all these dependency classes that the Democrats that counted on their having a really hard time right now because doing better, so you've got to create a new underclass, a new round of people that you can convince need you and to get the goodies. You're gonna have to keep boating for us. That's what's really going on here. I'm Brian Mudd in.

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"molyneux" Discussed on X96

X96

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"molyneux" Discussed on X96

"In this social media challenges any common sense at all. The lacking. Challenge. Where are you supposed to brandish your gun at someone and then they're they're packing? They brandish back. See their packages. I don't need to see if. Well, that's because you don't pack. I guess if you were a Packer known if you were a Packer, you'd know. And in this case somebody. Got shot and killed. It's bound to happen. Boehner candidate number two. So wait, the two of you had death close. I want to know what the death clothes are some loose-fitting comfy. You know, prepare to meet your maker put on your debt clothes and then boater candidate number three. Oh my gosh. She had fun dancing adorable with high school friends. This is all you've got on on on. Well, even even if it's not all that God that they think that this is damning this humanized her this. This may people go. He's. And again, I don't know what you guys are. So afraid of with her. Well, she's all the right? It's just they're they're they're just constantly handles the criticism beautifully. She doesn't attack back. She just kind like, get whatever. Yeah. Yes. And whatever. Care. She. Yeah. She's pretty good. I I it's like that aditorial that I can saw and I mentioned sometime ago. Go ahead Eleni Molyneux's just sweep us all the way. Please. It's time sweep us away return. I don't understand this message from the producers booth because really. Because the count was initially that you sent me right number one had one, right? But we sent you that number three had one because up until the last minute. I see what you do number three was in the lead. But it did not actually in fact, when I know the numbers here say that number one at one, right? But it got it. It started to spread even further. Okay. So anyway, number one. What's lacking is the social? There.

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