18 Burst results for "Mr Buzzing"
"mr buzzing" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"I myself again does the difference in the editing make it out just the the wrong leg movie put half of the bed I like to watch that and I think I could do that so can I think well I will see that's another thing about the lady what was she complained about her well she's not she just is saying that children feel very insecure and makes her feel bad about herself her husband's watching a lot of war she in and that's an issue so hopefully they can get over that but I do know the more women and I hate to say this but the more when that push that in I hope my my husband better not watch porn the more they do that the more they'll just be secretive about it so would you rather be honest or secretive well if she's being honest I think by saying first of all right before about it and said that it bothers her and it makes her feel really bad and it seems to me that she's not getting any sort of reassurance from you know from him that no I'm attracted to you I want you I want doesn't seem like she's getting every shot and you know me I'm Mr buzz kill stuff that we bought no but for that I think that shows that she has some concession has concerned yeah there's a studies done on porn and has like the different things that it destroys says porn breaks trust expression being secretive order I placed on do they do it anyway do it anyway porn crates comparisons which I think for when we I think it's men we don't get it because like look at me I'm sloppy fat I have a beautiful wife make a mess super sloppy fat has a beautiful wife yeah you guys don't get it we don't get it you know it is like you know it doesn't affect us as much but you women are constantly seeing these images of them in a beautiful women and it's hard to live up to just watching stuff that's on TV it's starts very young and it's also you guys have the mentality and I'm not dog on you but you know just use your own cells for examples you guys have the mentality of great sleep with me yes right we're not attracted to a dead body I would choose not to have a bad breath so but I accept this Mike it's hard to have extra motivation Sir to do sit ups or whatever also with porn just couple I'm skip some of these they say it's addictive did anyone tell you it's not as wrong it says it lights up the pleasure center in the brain more than okay more than cocaine it's powerful and very addictive and that never satisfies this is the part that I thought was interesting is that it says sex addicts are porn addicts are different then like if you're on heroin you want more heroin your coke at if you want more coke they with porn now if you want more poor but you want different it's always different well do you have a reason to have our sex therapist Lori Watson on and she told us that man it's Jason I'll use the word the love desensitized where it's if you're watching and watching and watching porn it's like it's going to have to go to something else it's going to do it for me because it's like I've already seen this kind of thousand times I guess you're the person going deeper and everybody but they in they said fifty percent of all divorces include some sort of porn prom so it's not easy to get the exact except here's the thing the number doesn't surprise me because I do believe and not in your world jerit I get that nobody from your church will probably is not supposed to say behind closed doors no but I mean we're our church has put out a whole series about porn addiction right it affects everybody but I will say that probably ninety nine percent of men watch it on occasion if not regularly including then your husband.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on WTVN
"Telegraph I guess is the word I'm looking for that this could be worse next year and will kind of dive into that and and then not to be you know Mr buzz kill like I said I I I I can tell it just seems like everybody is getting more positive not not that anybody wants to reverse the hard work that we've done but I I think people as a whole I think we feel like we're there's definitely a light at the end of the tunnel and and we're making our way through so we'll touch on that and then everybody also rest assured you know where that story go the at the World Health Organization is assuring us that this was not an engineered virus that it was not made in the lab it was from a batch if that makes you feel better yeah we'll talk about that right now traffic and weather together from time star heating and cooling products and Johnny hill watch for repair crews working on a traffic signal Leonard Avenue at six seventy east they're going to block the right lane of westbound Leonard Avenue right about six seventy east little caution even their accident scene in Delaware Sandusky street north of thirty six traffic sponsored by Ohio eight one one call it what I want to contact Ohio eight one one dot org at least forty eight hours before you dig till these would be notified to mark underground lines near your projects it's the smart easy safe thing to do and it's the law dominion energy Ohio Vectren Duke energy and Columbia gas reminding you to know what's below traffic and weather together power by ten starring classic air by Johnny hill on newsradio six ten WTVN ABC six first warning weather there is a freeze warning for tonight the winds die down clear tonight might be able to see that delivered meteor shower if you're up late thirty one for the low partly.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on Mała Wielka Firma
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Introducing the Movie Director Game with Sam Esmail
"We have a special sort of conversation. Here we're joined by Mister Robot. Creator the Creator of the film comet The director of Amazon's homecoming. Yes Sam. Esmail saying what's up. Hello how are you? I'm so excited to be here. I'm such a fan. Oh that's very sam. You wanted to play a game with us. I did now. I want to know why you wanted to play that game with us and I also want you to explain the game. Well explaining it okay. I'll let me start by saying I'm a huge film. Learn as I think anybody who listens to the watch probably already gust. And I've always played this game with all my film nerd fans and so I figured one when I started listening to your podcasts. Which obsessed with a huge fan of I figured especially with Amanda Sort of counterpoint? To talk to your thinking Shawn's like I just thought this'll be a fun game to play the game. Basically and again. This is sorry for listeners. Who are not going to be in on this because it's so inside. It's not even that insight. It's but it's it's really not OK okay. I won't apologize here. We go is a good game in and you deserve it. It's the best director per decade and the best director who die who had their debut. That decade does that make sense. Did I explain this? Should we use an example to help people understand it? What's an example that we won't? Won't you trample on the choices that we've made here? Well we look at this decade. We had we had like a number of actually great film. Directors made their debut Jordan. Peele with get ou- Greta Gerwig with Lady Bird Vince Gilligan Man. This favorite with El Camino until nineteen many wonderful. Thanks well actually. Gertler made no thanks. But it's it's it's it's it's. It's good to bring up Vince. As an example because he actually that was his feature directing debut which is all coming up. Now the thing is it's not necessarily not saying what's the best directorial debut? Just the director that we appreciate. The most made that debut made their debut in that decade so I think that there's a couple of semantic complications around now and you know as well as I do that there are student films. Their short film features so. Let's lay the groundwork. Because Vince directed episodes of Britain. He directed the pilot breaking bug which I think was in the prior decade but we're talking feature directorial debut so that seems easy to Parse. It's not as easy to Parse as it seems. Now tell me why well. Are you talking about dual are GonNa be Spielberg is is a particularly complex example? Because of nine or you're talking about nine gallery 'cause that's TV while he made a movie when he was seventeen called firelight for five hundred bucks and is that a film. Is that a feature film even his parents saw. I wouldn't say a featured like a debut meaning. It was released in movie theaters got it. Okay commercially available. Commercially available attack. Those are good ground rules. I'm glad that we established that play into my less later on. I do consider to be because it didn't get released in theaters. Well it is a feature film but it was not this little guy but that is considering his feature debut his first full length movie right what. What's the movie after that? Then Land Express okay all right so yes we'll stick to that okay before we play the game now. The people understand the game I want but just add one other thing the interesting thing about this game and I think will when we go through. We'll see it's where the decades are hard because there's just so many amazing options and where the decades are not A. There's not a lot of options. I just find the conversation around that to be interesting because lanes a little bit about where movies are and where they're doing exactly specifically the nineties which I thought was just a burst of like creative inspirational film makers and then the very decade after the ONS which I struggled I struggled to find. I have some counterpoint to that point but I I wanna use this as an opportunity to pick a bone with you. Oh Wow okay I resent you. I resent your your appearance on this podcast because what I what we need. What this podcast needs is people like you making movies and television shows will but you love movies and you film in a very discreet way. Yes but and I mean I guess we're going to get into it right now. It's gotTa think about think about indie filmmakers. What happened let's say Ryan Kugler? Who Loved Fruitvale? Right mazing what happened to him. After he made fruitvale he went into the machine he went into the machine. And that's what's happening with a lot of these other directors and that. That's the difference between the nineties and now so I think. Pta came out with holiday today. Is he making you know Batman in two years and by the way no not dissing on Batman? I'm excited for When Matt Raises Version of it? Because I'm a fan of his but I think it's just the industry is dictating a lot of what directors are doing now and you know and not to 'em this point that's the machine that we're in right now so and that's more reflective of the decade so t to to get to my TV point. Tv's where you get to make the interesting shit. I don't know if I could have made mister robot as a feature in fact I tried well. That was my fault. Got a little long winded. With how long was that? That forty five. Our film now That feature from I wrote ninety pages of wasn't even into act tune. That's when I realized I was in trouble. Was there a divergent path for you where after comet you could have just doubled down and said I'll stay. I'll continue to stay kind of broke but I'll keep making movies will. Yeah I mean that was the plan I was going to make Mr Buzzing indie feature and got stuck with it and Steve Golan Who You know owns anonymous content who Read the pages of Missouri Button at the time detective had just come out and he just He had just produced. That and I thought women that will this is fucking coal. And I don't need to do anything with this. I don't need to refashion the script that I had in mind and fitted into this to our box and honestly I was just really more. I remember thinking I was way more excited about true detective than I was about anything. Elsa came out there. Trust them into. What are your thoughts on true detective because I have no idea? I don't love thank you. Yeah I think I think I see yes. The first season I think true detective on its face is like a accomplished piece of television filmmaking and also I'm a huge fan of cary Fukunaga always and forever Perhaps not for the same reasons. Assess it to me actually wrap. It was such a turning point. Anything his best thing that he's done. I'm not even going to say Jane Eyre Okay. I haven't I haven't seen that I haven't seen the new Bond movie I but I'm really looking forward to it because I'm also a bond person and also I just you know I think true true detective as this carries best thing. I think that's probably true but my issue with detective is not actually true detective itself. It is the dialogue around your detective. And also I think that's a pivot point in terms of when and how we started evaluating TV in terms of tracking shots and the actual just the athletic like filmmaking as a way to bring the an experience. What is this athletic yet? Flex now and then on twitter people are now saying slaps what what is all? I don't understand that you want to explain the Internet. Let's start with the athletic because Amanda I. I've heard you use a lot and I've I've been on a lot of sets of never heard anyone say the words. I think the first person he was at my friend on the TV critic Philip asking and I think it puts its finger on this idea of money that you bring her up because she wrote this she wrote. It was a harsh. I mean whatever I respect her reviews she dissed my one episode of Mister Robot whereas all one tracking shot. I assume yes is what you mean by athletic because I do think that Filmmaking and TV and everything is more than cameras and more than where the camera is and there is such a absolutely station online. The damore as more aspect of filmmaking and I think that the tracking shot is caption of that and just like. Oh Wow. Did you see what he did. That was so cool. Oh my God. The camera is moving. You know don't you think it but don't you think has a to me every every sort of choice that you make with the camera has an effect and yes to some extent it it takes you out of it and draws attention to itself but to some extent. I really I mean what do you think of the Copacabana Sean? And I and I and I do. Actually I think even tracking protective is effective. But you know we're doing a podcast right now. That isn't essentially about how we talk about. Film and like establishing a Canon of source. And the cannon is so reliant on where do we put the camera and what did they itch on showing us an either. Don't respond to that artistically at some point. I'm just like Yay like fancy camera. Shots you got it. Congratulations to you but I do also think it distracts from the other equally important. I feel making that. Don't get enough credit. I think code is also a specifically athletic is code for Masculinity. You know it's code for this sort of The might of the male filmmaker. Now that's not always true if you watch like strange days for example. Kathryn bigelow is doing a lot with the camera yet. It is unorthodox and cool and might have what would otherwise be deemed kind of masculine energy. But I do think that true detective and largely the dialogue like you're saying was about a lot of dudes being like Yo. This is sick now. Personally I thought it was sick. Oh okay but I I would. I was not a fan of those scripts and I don't think that story is very strong but I thought that was really well
"mr buzzing" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Question number eight? There's a character named Stuart. What band is on? Stewart's shirts question number eight. There's a character named Stuart. What band appeared on? Stuart's shirt question number nine all references to this where immediately removed after the show was was blamed for a death. What were we talking about here? What did they remove from the show in terms of references immediately removed after the show is blamed for a death number nine number ten? It was reported that Johnny Depp. And this iconic actor used to watch this this show and imitate Beavis and butthead on the set of Nineteen ninety-four Don Juan DeMarco. who did that with Johnny Depp? Number ten it was reported that Johnny Depp. In what I kinda accurate accurate to watch this show and imitate beavis and butthead on the set of Nineteen ninety-four Don Juan Demarco and and your bonus question number. Eleven two points. What was the full title and Release Year of Beavis and Butt heads movie? They had a theatrical movie number eleven. What was the name of the movie? And what year did it come out. Those are all your questions for. Today's eleven question quiz on Beavis and butthead ahead we'll be right back in just a second with the answer's no I'm not going to impersonate the laugh or back with answers to bees and butthead trivia. Let's see what she did number one. What bands around the shirts of Beavis and butthead looking for AC DC for butthead? And METALLICA. For BEAVIS METALLICA and AC CDC where the shirt ban names number two this guy routinely kick the crap out of Beavis and butthead. But the boys still think he's cool. What's his name? His name is todd. Sounds like a bully right. Todd t o D D. Bunch of bullies named tat out there. Maybe you're a bully named todd listening to the show. Hey Layoff Beavis and butthead number three this older gentlemen occasionally hires beavis and butthead ahead to do odd jobs for him. That's Mr Anderson. I believe that is the character that was inspiration for King of the hill's Hank Hill. If I'm not mistaken number three number four what's the name of the hotheaded headed coach at their school. Mr buzz-cut Classic Gym Teacher named there Mr buzz-cut. My Gym Teachers Grownup were mostly balding. But they were very similar in tone some of them number five. What character does become if he eats too much sugar? I think this happens to all of us the great cornhole. EEO right you pounder red bull and then you get a little nutsy. Pull your shirt over your head Ed and you need teepee for your bunghole number. Five number six. What is the name of the super stressed out? Principal Mr mcvicar MR mcvicar number seven. What does the hippie teacher Mr Andrews and wears a symbol on a shirt a peace sign peace sign number eight? What band does their friend Stewart? Where on his shirt winger in other eighties? These banned their winger and number nine all references to this where immediately removed on the show after it was blamed for a death any fire or arson related references number nine number ten. It was reported that Johnny Depp and Marlon Brando used to imitate the characters on the show on the set of Don Juan DeMarco Marlon Brando. The late great and number eleven for a two point bonus. That's what was the full name of the movie Beavis and butthead released in theaters and what year to come out that was beavis. And butthead do America Nineteen ninety-six Beavis and butthead had do America from ninety six special. Thanks to my friend. Brian Sailya for picking that topic on his Patriots spreadsheet Patriot Dot com slash trivia with buds. If you donate five dollars or more you pick a topic we do on this show every single month. And there's big spreadsheet that's ongoing so thank you Brian for the great topic choice. And thank you Scott Buds for in writing those questions. That is it for today's episode guys but before we leave. Don't forget about the question of the day brought to you by funky monkey designs of Sandy Miss California. What company used the the brand and slogan? Live better what company uses rather the brand and slogan live. Better tweet me your answer at Ryan buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday's question to answer was Barney Fife and your trivia team name of today is missy Elliott Gould missy Elliott Elliott gold for a super deeper answer missy Elliott Gould and if you like before and after type answers just like that team name. We have one common in a couple of days from Luke McKay sixteen questions on before and after Trivia so be the lookout for that and later today Star Wars Movie Trivia and a special birthday shout out to one of my very cool listeners will be right back with more trivia in a few hours. And we'll see you tomorrow for more trivia with buds cheers.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"I got that sounded in the clubhouse maybe there's a few more grey hairs but when I think about Tober baseball the image that I have probably for the rest of my life is Jack Morris walking off the mount either attacker uniforms blue Jay uniforms or twins uniform with the game ball in his hands and it's on the line I want the ball and he joins us now Jack Morris one only the hall of Famer thanks for giving us a couple minutes cactus Jack. got a buddy how you doing good yourself what would it for you I I I understand your you few years removed from the game but when it gets to be October there's a chill in the air what you feel like for you did you think back to all those memorable games. well I can't help but think back Gumby did so it's October is great it's time for baseball. all the wannabes are gone home and all the real one left took the place so you know it's it's a great time to be a part of that when I was trying to buy before yup approaching that it would maybe seems gun for proportion to injure the Yankees but let's just start with the Yankees if they gave you the game ball and they said go get this line up what would you do. well number one you got to realize that most guys in the game today the trends of the Yankees they've got six hundred plus home runs between the two of them in one year's time unheard of in the history of the game but that's the reality where we're at right now and won't work quite honestly our in my opinion hitter friendly ball parks Minnesota being a little bit more I guess care in all aspects yeah Yankee Stadium got a real short right field porch but you know it's it's two teams that have tremendous power and they have no qualms about making it known that's what they're intended they want to hit home runs so you know usually home run hitters have weaknesses and as long as you don't make mistakes over the middle of the plate and you move the ball around at your office change speeds they can be had its it's it's not that you know they're invincible you just can't make mistakes do you have to pitch for a strike out I mean is that what you're trying to do are not necessarily. I never tried that quite honestly I knew I'd never be known right now I don't think anybody on the planet ever well so why bother right. to pitch outs that's the name of the game especially in a pitch count era you know if you can get a guy to swing hit off the end of that if you can Jabba guy and you know under the label would get a weak ground ball for a fly ball you know those are that's what pitching is all about Erin judge hit some to right field a lot what what how is he able to do that if he's got that great big frame the strike zone how would you go about a guy like that. well you know there's so many hitters today that are so good at Palmer hands inside in trying to shoot the ball the other way but that feeds right into what they're trying to do it for most features they see that this awhile ago throw it away no not really because that's where they want to you still got a pounded in there you might just after bring it up a couple inches bring it down a couple inches you wanted right below the belt middle inside and in command of the swing and you know you're gonna get some we contact you could keep it there most the time out you can't live there obviously these guys are good for a reason the reason both these teams are in postseason is because they can hit the ball so you're you can't you can't be predictable you've gotta keep him off balance in keeping gas when not when it's old to these days is it different than when you face guys in order to do you think because they don't care as much about striking out. yeah I think that's the case you're still going to check the accu you know they're they're still Gilson you're gonna make a mistake and you know as long as you don't make a mistake the person you're pretty easy do you like a bull pen game do you like that idea of an opener and and the way the aid for the twins that we would that be would you look at that and say that that would be a I I L. a good area to go at New York with. well I think both both of these teams use it you know I don't think it should be called an opener I think you're gonna have a starting pitcher and and a bunch of guys of the pope in addition because you could be don't back up kitchen a game and he's fits really well lately so you know I'm being that I would not want to call him an opener I found him I would want to be called an opener as basically a guy that's going to go on any your true and and you know you get nothing but an L. if you can't win a game you can why you. you're done about that it's all you get is it L. yup yeah. you got to go far to get a W. and I do more questions would you move more team press be a good candidate for you out of the bullpen because he looks like he's got a live arm for a couple innings. you know I really I have no idea how Rocco and and director of program this whole thing out and work plan of attack you're going to have your own. analytics true image in the Yankees enough this year and then history of them and you know it's not your scalp looking at open it's just a lot of information that are gonna try to put together next you days to figure out a plan of attack for their pitchers but I don't know how many guys you feel comfortable twenty one twenty she what eighteen seventeen how many what because really you need one got a fishing boat often with a game. yeah I know who if they can do that in game one that changes your mobile phone right exactly yeah I mean I I expect the real so expect well received a fish good games you know if they can get it in the seventh inning you know big done their job that's where it is today and you know then you should have some guys back in. Adolf seasonal Rogers those kind of guys to get the door shut maybe over about all the you know in that Baxter and last question you work the Tigers in the twins really polar opposites the same year what was that like for you as a broadcaster. well. it was challenging in Detroit because the team just did not seem to have too many shining moments this summer and you know you don't want to be Mr buzz kill you don't want to consciously harp on the negative you can't even talk about the other team a lot and you try to find the good in all baseball players you know not just your own. so offensive some mature about this is this is the greatest of times right yeah you know the Vikings a the Timberwolves the wild of all those struggle now they got a they got a team that they can get behind for these policies and hopefully there what it is when a game in New York come on if you take your business right here in front of the wrong change and make everybody in all up for bid was pretty excited about baseball you then there you are are Minnesota's Misraq Tober we appreciate you more than you know Jack thank you so much you got a Mike thank you have a good night you too Jack Morris I'm gonna tell the story after the recall down thank you might become the store is really good story. so Jack Morris go in the in Detroit right and they win the World Series there in eighty four eighty seven he looks at the twins who comes in and they have not been able to work a deal center ninety one becomes available again they signed you. and if they didn't have a good team in ninety and there was no reason to believe that ninety one they're meeting special just like this year in a sign of gaining chili Davis you go okay looks like a you know they they're starting a rookie second baseman Chuck Knoblauch all good can he be your platooning at third base. the rule in Scot lass you don't know a lot there gave me no you don't she got sure stop you know you've got pockets center feel glad to love feel her back at first base Shane Mack enough about Brian Harper started his little bit. Randy bush you know but you don't know either there's no reason for you to believe. this is going to be a great team. so they signed Jack Morris you go well you know they got a stabilizer any in his one of us he he sends one year contract. in none of you remember that I sent a one year contract now that's confidence right this is a proven contract will take the multi years he said give me one year I'll prove myself and give me an opt out of the gate option a second year. ultimately he went to the Toronto Blue Jays because they made of the highest paid player in baseball for a bit. and he beat the blue jays an American League Championship Series Anne pitch them you know he was he was understaffed the number one starter when they won the World Series the next year the next you get herpes on at Stassi forty four World Series championship rings and he was the anchor of the three steps so that's unheard of that's why it was absolutely crazy that eating it and all fame until he did because you learned a long time ago as being the incriminates anyway nineteen ninety one things start. come again within the scanning skies your ex and nothing about goes down a role he just unbelievable he selling tickets people are gonna to watching with the metric. he sixteen oh seven or something like that he ends up being named the starting pitcher in the all star game he couldn't because he was hurt it out for your form is richer Jack Morris to this place because the all star game that year in the end Erickson cap given to happen you're dialed in. and Jack's doing fine he he's you know he he he's number one starter all those things with these guys are picture really really well. Hey maybe even out pitching him statistically at one point in time to the point where as the story goes he said he calls many says all right you guys it's like August uses you just get us the playoffs then I'll wait for us all right. and I believe that to be true because I believe Jack believe that to be true so we they get through the season they they win it that they're really good the pitch well they feel well they're solid across the board they got players you know they're they're just solid you know great gigs great shortstop Knobloch turns out to be rookie of the year you know back in pocket all that what they're going to get from the. so now they're going to face to Ronald. in the American League Championship Series two divisions back then either one the western east then you played each other than when I go to the World Series. get a win that once your is against the the against Detroit nearly seven in Toronto in nineteen ninety one. Toronto has decided to pitch Tom Candiotti. Tom Candiotti is inoperable. and they're in.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is all of Conway with the newsroom author day of mass protests against his rule. The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro appears on TV supported by his military commanders and moving. We've been confronting different kinds of aggression, different kinds of coups as never before seen in the history of Venezuela opposition either one Guido says the struggle goes on. I am calling on the armed forces to continue their March in operation freedom to overthrow Madero in the rescue of the dignity of our people the American say Russia hat to persuade president Maduro to fight on. What happens now also on the newsroom, we hear from Japan's new emperor. I play my duty to enhance people's happiness. The peace of the world and privacy changes at Facebook. I I'll top stories. I'm Stewart MacIntosh with the BBC news. Hello. The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has given a defiant television address after day of mass protests against his rule sitting alongside military commanders. He saluted the loyalty of the armed forces. Mr. Maduro said only a small group in the military had sided with the opposition leader one Guido and their plan to oust him had failed. Katie what some has this report came out on state television to say those responsible for yesterday's events would be punished and that he would come out victorious in the face of what he called a US-backed coup. Yeah. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo claim that Mr. Madero was preparing to flee and that his aircraft was ready on the tarmac. But he only changed his mind because the Russians had persuaded him to stay despite the drama, Mr. Madurai remains in the presidential palace. Many see what happened is yet another failed attempts by the opposition to take power. Why does? Does as protests will continue on Wednesday. Japan's new emperor Nero hito has formally ascended to the throne at a brief but symbol latent ceremony at the imperial palace. In Tokyo in his first addressed is people emperor. Nero hito said he would do his utmost to serve them and to enhance peace everywhere in accordance with the constitution. He also expressed gratitude for the thirty reign of his father, emperor, emeritus Akito, Morocco. Roy is in Tokyo constitution Dawson, allow them to have a political view. But it was very interesting to note that in his first public address, he talked about the protection of the constitution and how he will respect his role as the symbol of the country here in Japan. No matter your politics, the majority of people really do respect the role of the emperor. You've been really hear anyone of the public criticizing the monarchy at least publicly as far as I have been aware of. It's emerged of the US special counsel Robert Mueller wrote to the attorney general William Burr in late March with a complaint about Mr. buzz summary of his Russia report, this devolves summary says that the Mona probe had found no evidence of collusion between Russia and President Trump's election campaign. Peter Bowes has more according to the Washington Post, Mr. Marlowe, folk, Mr Bowe's, initial summary did not fully capture to the context nature and substance of his offices work and conclusions. The Justice department said the two men later a professional conversation, and that Mr. Mueller emphasized that he found nothing Mr. bars letter that was misleading responding to the lesser Jerry Nadler, the democratic chairman of the host judiciary committee said the attorney general should not have taken it upon himself to describe the special counsel's findings in more favorable to the president world news from the BBC..
"mr buzzing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"With. What is the biggest story of the day unless you count Casey muss graves not standing up for REBA mcentire's performance last night at the academy country music awards. The department of homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen is out. Yeah. And a lot of people are tying into her performance. I don't know. That's the real reason. I'm kind of playing a little soap opera theory here. Charlie. Okay. She was brought in by John Kelly. You know, he he was the guy who grease the wheels to get her in and ever since John Kelly left is chief of staff, I kind of feel like they're purging anybody who was Kellyanne right and trying to clear the decks for Mick Mulvaney to have his chief of staff powers over some of those cabinet secretary. So who knows you know, we may never know. But this one's going to be fun. Because the guy he appointed really can't take the job until the under secretary steps down. How do you? How do you know whether she's doing her job or not? I mean, she responsible for that influx of immigrants. I mean what she did down there leading the prayed. No, she's not. She's not. But you know. Trump tends to look at this. Like a CEO of a division of the company is in performing you must need a new head of that division. And that's kind of like the way he he's been a CEO president. So that that's no shock to me. But you're right. You really can't blame her for Mexico. Owing millions of people do to climb up towards our border, or at least almost a million. Well, you you mentioned being a CEO type president. I not sure about these numbers. But I think we're roughly give or take a couple in the neighborhood of thirty two that have either resigned or been fired many more resignations than firings. Yeah. And some of those are pressured because they were told either resigned, or you're you're gonna be fired. And the the curious thing here, I think we're up to five or six members of the cabinet who will be acting. They're not officially in there yet, and that's a big chunk. That's almost a third of the cabinet who would be acting member. So not only does the president have some turnover that he's dealing with. He also needs to get some approvals push through or his entire cabinet is going to look like a temp higher. So there's a little problem at the White House. He's probably going to have to focus on pretty soon. Just little over three. Months away, July. Twentieth. We'll be the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing. We've got eight surviving. Apollo astronauts recently posing for an anniversary picture and stealing the show one Mr. Buzz Aldrin, and why not you know, I love me some astronauts, and Buzz Aldrin, being the the surviving member of Apollo eleven has taken the lead on the fiftieth anniversary, and he is dressed. He looks like he's about to join some kind of a band. Tuxedos and Charles Duke, one of the guys in the back looks like he's maitre day, but buzzes got silver jacket and funky socks. And he's wearing his medal. So I I appreciate his spirit. He's one of the more interesting characters in our history. And when you're the second guy to walk on the moon. Why wouldn't you be proud of it? So Lutely from our my name is Earl department. Can you say karma a rhinoceros poacher? Trampled by elephants and today is lion excrement. I hadn't even thought. But yeah, this story just made me smile to if you're going to poach rhinos. Eventually mother nature's going to catch up with the on. This guy. Got nailed in Kruger National Park, a gruesome end stopped by the elephants, and then a pride alliance when launch thanks a lot. So people karma will catch you. Eventually.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Sure sports guys Barry Bonds, or I don't know why. Son sounded like he was going somewhere with that. Yeah. Yeah. Probably wasn't in Toronto either no asked, but I do want to point out. He he said coach Cal might know everybody in sports in wants to know, if possibly he could possibly Paul Barry Bonds, I I was gonna say probably, and then I was really interested to see where that was going. But I'm glad we we of lost the call. 'cause right. That was taken a valuable Kentucky basketball time. Right. Right. And we do know that Barry Bonds is probably not a big Kentucky basketball fan. Right. Yeah. But a lot of people call. But that's that's that's what happens when something like that happens to kick things off your biggest takeaway from the Kentucky side of things in terms of what they did on Saturday night. I think that well, I we've gotta go back because we did take a very a bad beat the game before on a heartbreaking. Goaltending. Call. It was built in was not called couldn't be reviewed all of that. We were all kind of. Had some trepidation about how we would come out after that. And I think the answer was, you know, rivers ending, we're fine. In fact, that loss may have you know, we may have felt slighted by it. And that may have helped prompt the effort that we gave against Tennessee. But it was a old-fashioned tail whipping from beginning to end and really what we did after time to those guys just sort of took their heart. And I gotta say this too. Admiral Scofield is a fine basketball player. He he seems to be by all accounts, a terrific young man student athlete for smart thoughtful. And I know Rick Barnes and their staff love him, but he's sort of the pulse of their team the heartbeat of their team. And he punked us a couple of times last year. He really took Kevin Knox's heart in one game killed in Johnson. Took Admiral Scofield's heart in that first half the other night completely took him admirals competing and killed and Johnson for a freshman has the strength, and sort of the the mental fortitude to be able to take on a guy like that a senior four year SEC player and just shut him up. It was it was beautiful to watch. And then PJ did what he did everybody played. Well, Tyler didn't shoot the ball. Well, but he ends up with what thirteen or fourteen Reebok absolute. All right. Let's go to Darren in Austin, Texas. Hey Darren how you doing? Hey, guys. How's it going? This couple things from Saturday. They're awesome. In my opinion. Just the way it started. With the dude hitting the half court shot for nineteen grand. Marla Levin who's bringing down the rafters involved. You know, when she does her thing. She's always so good. There's so many of my favorite things going on. But to the best where the signed there were at Memorial Coliseum rent, any of those man, they were awesome. Right. And the other one was I tried changing my password, Google, Tennessee, Google said it's too weak fellow. I thought that was pretty awesome. Thanks for taking my call. I love you guys. Thank you. Thanks, dan. We appreciate it very much. It was a it was a great great atmosphere. Yeah. You know, I only caught just a little bit of it on on TV. Right. But everyone I've spoken with said it was it was great. And I said that when they when they told us couple of weeks ago that game day was coming back here for that Tennessee game. Right. They said, but they have to have Coliseum. I said that's perfect. That's where they should have it. Anyway. Right. I mean, it's a perfect venue for that. Right. Absolutely. Yeah. And and it proved to be that on Saturday. Let's go to Aaron in Louisville hair. And how are you? I'm doing well. How you guys doing tonight standing, thanks? All right. So I called in the last call on Saturday, and I was talking about kellyn Johnson. If he was gonna make his statement and be the guy that we thought he was going to be in needed show tonight from prior body, and he clearly did, and I'm very proud of what you said earlier about what he did Scofield. He just literally took all his will and hope away. He was a a just eat. With a man grown man out there. And it was amazing watched. That wasn't really called what I wanted to call about was I really saying this Kentucky team to be successful as moving forward in the tournament. I think mayo quickly has to be a big role in this. I know we talked about Richard. And I'm calling him before about EJ Montgomery. Been doing his thing. But I think mail quickly that gals to Mitch and Giral Baker some two, but more importantly Emmanuel quickly, where do you all think is going on with the manual Rex? What's this next step? How how's he supposed to get over because he didn't really play well for a few games where do you think we should do there? Well, I think whatever we do there. We should do the same with Ashton Hagans because Ashton Hagans hasn't played well and a few games either so Ashton had a better game in the last game. But you know, we have to call everything and call us betas bait, you know, the the these guys are freshmen and play him for somebody asked me the other day about my freshman season. And man, I was up up and down all over the place. It was it's it's hard. The season is more of a grind. You're practicing hard every day you're playing both ends of the court. I just think Emmanuel and Ashton or going through a lot of what you know, Tyler is gone through some Kelvin's gone through it, son. Right. You know, I it's just it's a it's a long season ESP. You know, you start back in the summer. And then you go through all the it's. Just a can be a long year. Everybody goes through it and everybody handles it differently. And these freshmen do at some point they hit a wall. And then they got a kind of battle through that wall. I think Emmanuel you ha- you have to look back, and and know that Emmanuel came in here, and he got the starting role as Ashton just wasn't ready. Right. And then, you know, he probably figured well. This is going to be my role this year starting point guard at the university of Kentucky, pretty cool. Right. Right. Then within a few games Ashton started growing up. You know, he started maturing. He started, you know. And then it was undeniable. He needs to start Emanuel has to come off the bitch. That's that's a big thing to adjust to you. It's a really big thing to get over. And then now, you're you're you're relegated to a backup role. Right. But it's gosh, it's going to be an important role the callers exactly right and win Emmanuel's playing. Well, we usually play better. But you know, he's still finding his way he's a really good basketball player and really very very proud of. Of how he's he's really persevering through this season. Okay, thanks here. And we appreciate it. Let's take one more segment. Patti sue was down at barren river lake. Hello, Betty, sue. Hello. Mr. buzz man, this is Patty bed. Remember, like, listen, I'm going to be at the game in Knoxville and a couple of weeks, and I'm going to be amongst that orange with all blue. So I'll be I'll have my blue on. But what I wanna know is. Tell me what we need to do with Nick Richardson. What does he need to step up because I think we need him? We need him in the wall. Yeah. Know. I'm sure I sound like a broken record. Is this this point with Nick, Nick, just hasn't played a lot of basketball? And he he just the other night. He made a play. Made a play in the game. He made a nice block. And where most guys go after the ball after the block, right? He he just sort of waited for someone else to get it. And when he hesitated Tennessee player grabbed it, and those are the kind of things, you know, he's figuring out how to react. And anticipate the first time now and he's starting to get better at that. He starting to block shots better. You know, anticipate and know when to jump and and how to block a shot and now it's going to be reacting. The second time to things he's just taking baby steps right now. I'm proud and happy happy where Nick is. He's working as hard as he's working Nino. He he really is. And he's he's maturing. But yeah, we're gonna need him. And if he can come in and play three and four minutes stretches for us goes really right now, he's not he's just not equipped playing longer minutes unless he's just killing it. And but if he can play three and four minutes spots for us spots of minutes, that's gonna be huge where he can come in block a shot or to get an offensive rebound. Get a stick back something. But.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Trump's lying some more whatever emphasis on Hawaii, Elizabeth Warren heritage. Yeah. But Bob, let's for a second. Stay on Representative Omar you wanna get to warrant because that's another great one you wrote about. But first of all when you go into what she said, she suggested US support for Jewish state as a result of money flowing from APEC. All pro Israel lobbying group. First of all, the fact that there is money in politics that are influenced people is not exactly, you know. But again her comments quickly condemned by Pelosi, all the Democrats and then her apology. She said my intention is never to offend. My constituents are Jewish Americans as a whole we have to always be willing to step back and think through criticism just as I expect people to hear me when others attack me for my identity. This is why I unequivocally apologize. Have you ever heard anything close to that from Donald Trump? No never ever ever owned. His gaffes are locker room talk or just oh, he's unpolished. She's one of the folks. Right. That's I mean, we get that all the time. And I I mean, it's just it's it's staggeringly frustrating when you observe the fact that Donald Trump is able to time and time again getaway with all this nastiness, and there are people. Coincidentally my co host on my podcast yesterday. Who basically want to say, hey, look, Donald Trump is going to do that. He's going to scream at the world on a regular basis. Let's pay attention to the substance of what he's doing rather than listening to what you say. And and you can't if you're gonna make congresswoman, oh, are you going to make a big deal about Elizabeth Warren or any others in the context of the monster that we've been witnessing who was that co host yesterday. Who new years who is that co host yesterday? Go host was Mr. buzz Burbank, are you're going to.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Know, your family when I talk to you on the radio every morning. Appreciate it so much you being there, you are left Amelia Latham, you'll get multi important, they you know, we love you for being there. So I wanted to tell you so because I watch what I say sometimes I say pretty much everything in a very organic to a forthright. But I wanted to protect the privacy. So my mom, we had my mom in. She went. I took it to the hospital just for some checkups, you know, she had some things that just wanna to get checkup. And thank God. She is so strong. God bless my mother. So last night. We on there. And I and I'm by myself, and I and I ran from work, and I ran out to the big big out to LaSalle, by the way, my dear friend, who's beautiful wife. Marie listens. Every morning, but Lucille great over there at born abyss. What I have to tell them, not advertisers. Just do a great job over there everybody. So the to Mr. LaSalle and all of his team over tournament. And so I took mom so I said she had to go to rehab as we have. So I'm with her, and I'm watching she such as you so strong. She's so sharp as a wit a whip. She is so smart, so I'm near and I'm the son, and I'm the the, you know, the oldest son. So I said, let me take care of my mom. I know the speech is coming up. Right. And I got a check out. I want to be able to do my homework. So we could chat about it this morning. But I mean, I stayed with my mom stayed with my mom. I said, you know, what I'll get to speech are watching on the iphone later, whatever it is. And then I looked at my mama stayed there as we made the move from the hospital to rehab and she's doing great by. The way she is so strong in God bless her so strong, and I went, and they took her a little van, and I went with her into fan, you know. And it went with the ride over knowing that I had a prep for the show knowing it was getting late knowing his way past my bedtime as still stayed with my mom, and you know, I thought for a moment I had this thought, and this is near the here nor there, but I to me family is so important, and I I know you feel the same way as when I talk about it. I'm thinking all what I when I was in my teenage years. I. What what what my mother went through what I had to put my parents threw me being a punk wise guy. You know in highschool naughty, my mother, by today's standards, my mother's. He has you weren't. But you were just naughty. But my parents were always there. So I wanted to make sure I was there for my mom. So where do we share the very very best as she's so strong? She's gonna be great. Thank god. And. You know, we're praying for you mom, and you're gonna do great just great. And I just wanted to tell you. I was there and that as I started to watch the state of the union after being with my beautiful stellar magnificent. This magnificent woman from Newark, New Jersey, my mother, right whoever men's respect and love for. I started watching the stuff in Washington, and it's the three state of the union address. And I'm watching the politicians backslapping smiling wearing certain colors doing their whole thing. Whatever they do in Washington. I'm going, man. They totally miss it. They totally miss it. What mattered was me? With my mother you with your family you with your children, you with your grandchildren. And then, and that's and that's the thing. That's what we do. We go from day one the day to try to take care of families. We pay our taxes. We do we to every assault that the politicians put upon us. Whether it's just not the taxes congestion pricing. More money. All they want to lead us dry, and you know, who they wanna bleed dry you. And I who are just hard work in God fearing church going, you know, people who are patriots and believe in this country. There's we're the ones they take advantage of. And then I saw the the importance of family there. And I I wanted to take that moment with my mother and appreciate that. And then I go to Washington go, it's all like, it's a special interest lobbyists, the lawyers these sure to healthcare companies everybody that just just they wanna just drain us dry. So and so it was nice. It was nice. I forgive me. Oh my God. He goes Joe again talking in a positive way about the president of the United States God forbid God forbid with the president went up, and he did that speech, and indeed, you know, for the most part ninety percents of speech unified the country, and he said everything that we believe in whether it was not to forget, the holocaust and showing how. Holocaust survivors because there were anti-semites in the congress of the United States of America, the president shot that now the president talked about people like my mother's the greatest generation and introduce the World War Two heroes in each you, Mr. Buzz Aldrin second man to walk on the moon for Montclair, New Jersey. So so we thank God it turned out. It turned out. Great. But you have to like when I tell you love Amelia, a multi important stay on that track. You, and I we gotta stay focused. We stayed exactly what we're doing. 'cause we will prevail. Seven fifty one with Joe and the radio Debbie's out there looking out for your road wise. Traffic wise on AM nine seventy the answer. How you Debbie? Good morning to you. My dear gets a mom's. Okay. Yeah. Great. She's so. Generation we should all be so lucky. My God of the greatest generation. Hey, she's from Newark, New Jersey, baby. She's a jersey girl like you say. Wow. I'd love to my mom. Thank you. Debbie to your mom. That's for sure. Good morning. Joe? Let's see what's happening up count to three trains.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"It. Have a computer chip in it called the RIF, right? Yeah. Yeah. Do they are New Hampshire's? I know. New Hampshire has a real ID compliant license, whereas unfortunate, and the the sad part is it was actually put forward the legislation was put forward by the the big privacy guy. There's this one guy in the state house in New Hampshire. There's four hundred state reps. But one of them is like known as the privacy guys names Neil Kirk and he'd put forward this legislation. So we totally sold out totally sold after the feds Gina thank you for the call. Thanks for bringing that, and I and hopefully they'll continue to push that date back because the date that you were talking about the twenty twenty. Yeah. That was originally a decade ago, whatever by by the end of two thousand eight every state must but so many states just said Washington Gus career yourself. There's no reason for us to spend all this time and money when the ID cards the we have worked fine. And I don't I I'm gonna call the bluff here on this. Claim that you're gonna need a federal ide- too. Bright a flight because now to be fair it's been years since we talked about this. But we used to have some maybe they've changed things. Okay. But if you've got an experience with this, please let us know the toll free is eight fifty five four fifty free. But one of our co host now this was before you got here to New Hampshire, isn't it was Sam Dodson? You remember, I know I know the name so Sam used to used to make a habit of flying without showing ID, and this is in the TSA days. This was two thousand eight or no maybe this is nine ten and eleven somewhere in that range. He would just get on flights without showing out inefficacious. Now, they would subject him to a greater scrutiny. Sure. You know, he might have to go through a super Pat down or whatever maybe they'd pull them off. And try to question him or something like that? I forget exactly, you know, all the things that happened to him. But every single time he got through security with no identification whatsoever. So and that stuff I think there are still contingencies. Like if you don't have anything you can adequately demonstrate you have this this and this just an extra hour early. Just to make sure you got enough time to deal with whatever detention gonna put you through make a day of it. Well. True the claim that you've got this one. I hear a lot even from libertarians. You gotta have a passport to go to Canada. Right. No. You don't I know for a fact you don't have to have a passport to go to Canada because we put this to the test three years ago. It was the summer of two thousand fifteen we had a group of liberty activists that had had were attending a camping festival in northern New Hampshire. So we were maybe an hour and a half away from the border, and we figured, you know, let's make a little day trip. Grab some video cameras head on up to derby line, Vermont and bring bring ID, but not bring passports and see if we can get through the border, just fine. All right. The the claim isn't that Canada requires the passport? They don't the claim is the US requires the passport on the way back. Yes. But I've always heard it's false. Now, they're gonna give you a lecture. Ooh. Artist selection. I had to sit there for a half hour. Listen to a government official, Mr. buzz-cut told me about how how great the United States was then how grateful I ought to be for living in the United States. They did ask me a series of questions to try to verify my identity, including one question about had I ever visited Canada before and I had and at that time, I did have a passport. So they have some record I guess of my visit to Canada from a decade ago. Right. So they had their way of verifying that I was indeed from the United States and to their status faction. They cut me loose fewer American enough for us. So so here's a here's an interesting one. I found this website, which talks about stuff, it's called TSA dot gov. Have you ever heard of it? Yes. Okay. Okay. So TSA dot com has a section saying this is under air travel. Forgot your ID in the event. Arrived at the airport without valid identification because of it because it's lost at home emai- still be allowed to fly. Basically, it talks about filling out some forms and undergoing some more questions, and then probably getting certain cavities probed and things like that. But you're gonna fly you're going to get their unbelievable. There's more in the way. But again, it's been awhile since I've known someone who's actually tried it. It's talk.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Daily conversations with Ian Boswell from team Katusha opposite. This is the two thousand eighteen tour to France from the move. I'm Marsha OPEL and you're listening to breakfast with BAAs. I'm TJ van garden and you're listening to breakfast with buzz. Scott. About agreement. Actually potassium right. There was our guy Mr. buzz speaking pulsa, Vic on the has it been pretty sweeping to speak French, like it's paid off in the five years. You've lived here. Yeah, man. I mean, I lived in Belgium when I was in highschool, not rotary exchange, and I didn't speak my French speak French ten than now, but it's funny life. Sometimes things happen for reason like maybe learning French then doing that exchange, which was at all for cycling. Wasn't at all. You just happen to go to to French-Speaking Belgium? No connection cycling. I mean, living high school living in Brussels, Belgium during the school year, which is like, you know, September through April. Probably the worst place to be for cycling terrible weather, big city. No one in my schools like in decides not like west Landers or something, but introduced you to your being cycling super young age. I think we already did the United that national team trip which does after, yeah, maybe it was before sixteen, but. Tell the listener what you did for that year. In school. Exchange in Belgium, sixteen years old on your own, but the hell it was awesome at a super cool family. The I just had an awesome apartment in downtown Brussels. There's no drinking agent brought. Maybe it's eighteen, but no one checks. So I did much more time disco tack and delirium bar. When I was in the US you couldn't drink till you're twenty one. So being able to go out and drink, I mean, because people can drink at a younger age, it was much more control by its socially acceptable like people like binge drinking. You know, it's like you're gonna have a party, but like no one has a car. They can drive people how to drink responsibly, but you know, controlled where you're not like an alcohol poisoning at age sixteen because the first time drinking. Going out to dinners having a Gaza wine going out bar with your classmates and having some beers. Oh, cool. Man. I have some friends from. From my time there who are have been riding me during this tour and anyways onto today stage nineteen. What the heck we're the race go. We're almost done with this thing. Then I woke up this morning. I was just like. This is the last is my loss trance last chance. But it's like this is the last last day really time-trial tomorrow and then an Paris. But it's like. Three weeks gone just like that seems like a flash of time, but also seems like three years of time, like thinking back to Britney. It seems like forever ago. I think the whole men now. I mean the first couple days like stressful. You're excited to be at the tour and then you kinda in the middle. There's like this lull of like this thing ever gonna end and now it's like on the bus today director is I k for you know, for three of you for myself pob l.. Neil really are lost last day. He has an important time-trial tomorrow. Don't have no regrets the racist over yet, but. A couple of days there now tonight, good legs, and it's realize I tend to be pretty all of life pretty conservative. And like I've never once like really send to kind of keep in mind the tour twenty one days and then like he'd stay connected. Mobile. We about likes today. It's all we one of those guys that saved all your candy and then like it was like, may actually, I don't want this anymore. Yeah, I still do that with with cycling. Can you know we have like all this stuff and I'm just worn like some people have their suitcases only half full here. My suitcase packed full and I realize I only use things on the top of even know what's in the bottom of what I packed when I love my house, but only taken things from the top of the suitcase. Men needs today is serious day of bike race in gold. A couple of other big climbs in there. You guys going to be mixing it up or getting through it, like, what? What's what was the meeting today? I mean, it's up to, you know, Zach needs good, and he has to follow the guys follow and be aggressive. What does he need to get up?.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Exactly hummingbirds what they're happy if you go out hang humming that one song that means people like barbra streisand and others hundreds of others will record it and he'll get royalties it's a good it's good but yeah so what gerard alison greenie who is be para tea is the writer who parodies all of these hits and all of these stars what he's done is to spoof all of our favorite song and even our favorite things which happens to be a song that kip wilburn things but i don't want to give away the jokes because that's why you gotta come to be surprised this like what frank lima does inexpensive steroids i mean you know he he's he's the king of the parody but it's only because it's only because you couldn't have a good parody if you didn't have a good baseline to begin with plus you've gotta have some i if you're if you're spoofing person you've got to have enough material for instance we spoof barbra streisand liza minelli and mandy patinkin now these are larger than life personalities and you can you can say a lot about them in a song so we've got a cast of four fabulous wealth three me so fares you're being hard on yourself wrister kip wilburn mr buzz tenant ms anne rennick now certainly kip and buzz are not only associated with musical theater but with the opera world absolute to see them doing a version of rent which you call rant to see them playing air guitar i mean it's just hilarious and fabulous and miss any rennick who used to be my jives dister mike if you remember yesterday i remember every every time you guys appeared was a wonderful thing thanks so anyway she's she does the best carol channing since carol channing that he's got it down pat and wigan everything honey smell there this is really there's as much of a show going on backstage the numbers are quick quick quick you know there's no downtime and while someone's onstage there's somebody changing we have almost a hundred costume changes between four of us and kathy james is the brilliant designer between all of this so there are some costume pieces that have a suggestion of the character of the actor within their some fullon changes like when we do fiddler we're all you.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So a debt collection operation base and buffalo new york which has a history of in addition to the bills being force super bowls it also has a history of phony debt collectors in that market how it ended up that way i don't know but this time there is a guy who's just pled guilty so i don't have to say suspect now a convicted criminal 35yearold sean sylvia who is running a scam where they would call people very aggressively and threatened them with arrest jail or lawsuits or any of the above all together to force them intimidate them in the paying doubts that did not exist but they did not o victims again and again wired money and in a very short period of time sylvia was able to steal three hundred and forty thousand dollars from people simply by intimidating them know that this is a plague of a problem there's another story i read the day before about seven people that were under investigation for intimidating people into paying debts they didn't go no that when a debt collector calls you you have very specific rights even if it is about a legitimate debt do not let anybody fool you that they're going to walk you up they're going to have you arrested anything like that they are required to give you documentation on a debt they say you up and you have the right to dispute that any way in writing that it is not your debt do not ever let a collector be abusive to you any time somebody uses harsh words cusses at you threatens eu next thing they need to hear his mr buzz that the dial tone near listening to the clark howard show so what does it feel like to get the greatest hair cut on herb at lady jane's in orlando and university full of our what does a soothing shampoo scout massage and a hot leather neck she feel like well you know when the start running neck and your fantasy football team tweets his lead all you got left his that thirdstringer then outta nowhere he goes off for two hundred yards and three scores that's what it feels like to get the greatest haircut on earth at lady jane's in orlando on university boulevard just west of the ucf campus next city i wanna flats lady jane's in orlando it's picket us in a.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"But he was more than symbolic he was sometimes very effective because most of the parties who joined the government of the time although they will all under the auspices of the american occupation but they all has some respect to mr bazaar the abdullah the and they always zillow's it to him to solve problems in the iraqi politics but did is do anything to kind of he'll or or or to to to build bridges between erbil and by died in terms of of fog forming an eu country as as they were trying to do forming an eu stays in his time i thing the idea of arabkurdish brotherhood arabkurdish unity was more than the scene the the talks about separation on suspicion which i think mr buzz on is more encouraging than mr of the lebanese to do and do you think that that the situation as we have as with a growing rift a suppose between added that the two components of uh of iraq could could is have been am avoid is a f f perhaps there had been more friendly attitude in in in baghdad overs this you know i obviously the kurdish struggle for for for independence has been has been longrunning was it inevitable that term we would reach this point at some point the way the new constitution was written made the inevitable too good to this situation or to be in such a situation because the constitution was it in a way to facilitate the this month the link of other than uniting it iraq but i then had missed the bond the in his position as president is i think you would have played a more effective role than the other kurdish president who is in power now mr muscle i think he would have been more rational above this decision rather than you know impulsive about a were going into such a move which was opposed by the whole international society on the of these but the whole deal a key political system.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The group that initiated this idea which it now we have to see what we all moving towards i think we have a common destiny industry each opportunity we have a common destiny across the globe it's not a situation where you can win at the expense of others so let me tell you what they say and i as you know talk to many of them the leaders from across the arab world and and iran in the state that it is not an arab statement persian state they say that in the famous words within reach kissinger and iran has to decide whether it wants to be a revolution or a state does it won't be a cause or a nation does it want to be iran has to choose late that's kissinger and then the arab states and others in the neighborhood say they are coming to our country trying to meddle in our country iranians are in a rock iranians are trying to have an impact in saudi arabia and in the imports that's their principal abbas iso against amid reorder no country without the invitation from the government we are in iraq obviously because the government of iraq not only the government in baghdad but the government in it'd be the kurdish government asked us to go and help them fight isis and in syria and in studio on deportation of the compliment in the basque till had rain on militias are at high rise no no we have advisers not not militias we have a military advisors in both iraq and in syria as we do in iraqi kurdistan on the invitation of the governments if it involved everybody knows that had we had it not been for iran rushing to the assistance of mr buzz indeed ocoee kurdistan today you would have had instead of being forced to liberate more so from the isis on the isis fighters from daish you would have had to fight for the speed and backed up on booster in two hours let's iran's minister of foreign affairs mohammadjavad zarif coming up charlie asked what role does iran want to play in the world this is charlie rose on bloomberg way you know where you want to be red hat has the broad portfolio of opensource technologies to.
"mr buzzing" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Well boom boom boom a mike lemus drew say bonus episode about the tour what gore you can totally here the kirk it's but it's like yeah and who it here like if his air conditioner it's like when we recording yeah we're recoil it's funny about that is like i honestly the first time i noticed that we even had crickets out here i was like oh heads i got it need automated eldar aliyev aggregates to cricket's but do wayne erzen go i mean you talked about the squirrels and you said you know similar thing like squirrels is different different different squirrels lazaros have seen out here thanked the same squirrels as we go our lem swear to god have black scoreals has swear sounds like i make it up to make some dumb racial did i rollins quarrel bounds by an indonesian on the side of a treat now but the soe sings i'm a lap of seem blacks curls was in harlem and only seem one or two on my college campus jesus christ as soon as like some dumb and while we say more to black ones on the college campus we've been sounded known for this whole conversation so it's by the kiwi just sort over the hall let's oetzi at gotta crickets in a buy into a gale newer as mr buzz in new york they had the black squirrels i'd never seen in they had like these light grey squirrels that uh scared me frankly and then in boston they had these big brown ones.