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"mr daddy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Here we go. Magic circle. Well, I've selected April the 25th 1967 Super three. We had super to this song of about the play on top of the Mountain King of the Hill. Last week was Number six. It jumps up five notches this week Number one, But here's the greatest number. It's only been around off the charts for four solid weeks from six. The number 14 weeks. Cousin's number one W A. B C number one. You get your tree? I'm going to stick like glue stick because of stuff going on Here You go on nothing just you know, like here. Squeeze you tighter than a grizzly. You're serving your I'm going to stay flying. Stick because I'm stuck on you. I'm looking Jin, do you? No. Good. Because once I can't just kill service starts while horses good job on this deadly side. But a little bit older. Keeping time. Oh, yeah, I'm gonna stay flag stick because I still love you. I'm looking to the whole good. All at once. I catch the kissing starts horses. Good time. Find a ball. Mr Daddy's side. That's a lot of things going on King first time just serving you. I'm going to stick like glue because I still love you. Street like glue. Because stuff. Yeah, There's the king. All right, Let's review T o. See what we just heard. See what we just heard? All right. So what's the magic circle? We'll do this once in a while. I think you'll enjoy this. Let me hear from you. Let me know what you think about my mom if I give you some dates, right, So this was around in the vapor, April, 25th. 1960 Super number three sink The Bismarck. Johnny Horton. Super number two. Yes, there were green fields by the brothers four Beautiful song, and you just heard the King Top of the mountain. Elvis Presley number one stuck on you. The King Everybody. There's the Magic Circle. I'm your cousin bc and you're listening to W A. B. C..

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"mr daddy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Do we get our money back? I understand what you're saying. This is another one of my points about that particular subject. How many people have worked their rear ends off got a college education and the student himself paid the money back. When? If Usually it was with the banks winning for struck started before the government took over. Yes, the father of seven. Remember right? Yes, Your son or daughter goes to college and they take out outstanding moons. You're going to do the same thing that any ordinary person would have to do. You're gonna have to put up collateral. Yes. And if you don't if you're sounding daughter doesn't complete college or whatever, or after this, if they do complete college have to pay that money back with interest and they stop payment. We're coming after you, Mr Daddy and Mommy and day you're gonna pay it off or if you buy a car, you don't make the payments. Guess what they take the car back on the reason that soon alone's thanks, Bob. And the reason Thanks for the call. The reason that college loans are more expensive is because there is no collateral. They're just taking in the face value that you're gonna pay it back. Well, if if instead you you know you're a parent and you put up the house as collateral shouldn't get the loan. Well, they're they're going to give you a lower rate. But of course, that's not something I would advise you do. There are other ways. Would you like to retire? Financially confident talking about money Knowing that you have a plan in place guaranteed to work? Even if we suffer another financial crisis like we had back in 20 Wait, How about getting most of the market gains none of the losses or maybe better interest rates. And you're getting on your CDs guaranteed, maybe, like a tax free income in retirement. Or maybe you just wanna be sure you're getting your maximum Social security benefits..

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"mr daddy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"That's rob cells and j dot com and start packing. Five news time 10 Oh, six. Now New Jersey one on 1.5 instant weather entered today's nice warm where that was a very mild tonight partly to mostly cloudy generally rained free, though we can't rely to shower thunderstorm, but some areas before Dad died. Mostly north of Interstate 80. A lower the mid sixties. Mostly cloudy tomorrow, Not his warmers today. Spotty shower thunderstorm of the answer. New tie in the mid seventies buddy. Mild weather Tomorrow night with the shower to Italo, the upper fifties become windy on Friday, mostly quite a few peaks. A son. Brief shower, too. In fact, any shower can't contain small hail high in the mid sixties, breezy Saturday and I start to the weekend son shot a few clouds and hides hamster once again in the bid sixties and returning warmer again on Sunday, with temperatures climbing well into the seventies. I'm meteorologist Barson, Flemington, 74, Milica Hills, 75. Rahway 75. New Jersey one on 1.5 is your covert 19 vaccination information station. Good NJ 115 dot com slash coronavirus to find out how you could make an appointment and for a list of vaccination science in your area on lian, NJ 115 dot com slash coronavirus. Jersey, one on 1.5 our own radio station in New York, Not Philadelphia. Proud to be New Jersey. Janey, one of my New Jersey giant time is 10. A weight of Steve. Trouble is No show that asks the musical question. What else do we know about New Jersey Jersey? Trivia with your host voted the most trivial man in New Jersey. I'm sorry. That's trivial. Steve traveling you very much Mr Daddy's part del trivia waiting for it all week. Music Movies Television, New Jersey, New Jersey one on 1.5 those of the categories multiple choice questions. We do everything possible to make you win and let me tell you what's going to be winning tonight. We got Tickets, actually virtual downloads for shows at the Mayo Performing Arts Center. We've got two shows for you one with Kelly Radke. Tiny giants petite powerhouses from Garland to gaga and Kelly joins us Now on New Jersey one A 1.5. Hey, don't get out! You is a great to be home. Just be able to do this in your pajamas without having to drive all the way down to the radio station. This is awesome in my.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Camp? I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio up on this Monday. It's march 29th or a mix tape Monday talking about some music stuff. I was out in the Home Springs last week, and they just the idea again that Coachella has been pushed back again is just I know you were really a little forward, Not even me. I don't even have never been to coach. But I can't imagine standing out in the desert for days at a time. Just drinking beer old. Sounds great, but I think about it. What? Abandon on. But just The fact that they've been not been able to pull this thing together and put together a Coachella or stage coach is just so frustrating. Perry Farrell has actually Talked about the possible return of Lollapalooza. Who's asking for that? Lollapalooza that's like It's like the generation. What's your generation? Ex, uh, easy exit e Think X. It's like guys in their late forties, right? That's like Lollapalooza was a thing when you were probably in high school, right? Okay. Yeah. At the same time, you and your people were going a little affair. I never went to the freaking little affair. Uh, Perry. Farrell hinted at the idea of a Lollapalooza festival return earlier this week, he was showing off. Um, a vaccination Last year, it made the most out of a bad situation by curating a four day Lollapalooza live stream. He launched Lollapalooza as a farewell tour in 1991. If you can believe that it was touring until 97 before he got a permanent home in Chicago in 2005. But that would be in one of those things that that is weird to see on. On the charts. Hey, do you remember when we interviewed Mr Leather? Long Beach? Was that his name? I think you're looking for Mr Long Beach, Mr Long Beach Leather. So we interviewed him What? The first year we did the show problem within the first you know where his title comes from. Long Beach and the leather that he wears. Well know Daddy's Barber shop has a whole leather competition like it's a whole to do. Oh, is that where's I didn't know that Mr San Francisco leather, Mr Different Mr Daddy's barbershop leather. There's There's all sorts of Mr Leather competitions. Baltimore Chicago. I'm assuming that Mr Long Beach Leather got his title by the your favorite barbershop. I didn't say it was my favorite. It was fine Name a better barber shop than the one you went to name Daddies and Palm Springs, Antonio's Antonio's its place. I go most of the time. Oh, But they don't have one in Palm Springs, but they don't have a Mr Leather competition. Probably not just a guest. Speaking of leathers, Metallica Metallica, Maybe working with Elton John on a mystery project. Mm Elton said in an apple music show. I've just done something with Metallica during this lockdown period. Have you been doing any Elton stuff? But I've been doing great stuff with other people. He didn't say what the project was. Miley Cyrus recently said she was working on a Metallica related project that actually included a collaboration with Elton on a cover of nothing else matters. Now she let slip in a recent interview that it was for a Metallica cover record, which would be interesting because it featured Chad Smith, the guy who looks like Will Ferrell, the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer, and yo Yo Ma. So that would be an interesting collaboration. I don't Again. You asked Who's asking for Lollapalooza again. I'm not I don't know who needs to re record Metallica. Those songs stand by themselves. Agree, Um, there is a weird sole leather community. There is a weird thing going on in the apple music charts right now. Also on the two on the ITunes top 20. Little Nas Ex is Number one. We already talked about that. Justin Bieber is in the top 10. I mean, those are the things that you would expect in 2021, right? Norman Green Bomb Spirit in the sky is on the list.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Great. Five news time 10 0 eats Now New Jersey one on 1.5 instant weather. Looks like we've got another storm system rolling in as we hit the end of the week here. I think this is mostly gonna be rain, but we can't rule out some wet snow, perhaps north and west. On Friday with maybe a very light accumulation. This does not look like the last big Winter storm we just got dealing with. We'll see a clearing friend tonight lows in the mid 20 sunny and seasonable Thursday behind your 40. And some rain and again has mentioned some wet Still Friday, North and West could be an inter too Far North and west part of the state. Rain elsewhere, mid thirties north here, 40 Central and mid 40 south. My meteorologist, Mark Thibodeau, Flemington, 30 Mollica Hill. 31 Wrong Way, 31. New Jersey one on 1.5 Is your cove in 19 Vaccination Information station go toe NJ, one on 15 dot com slash coronavirus to find out how you could make an appointment. And for a list of vaccination sites in your area on Lian, NJ, one on 15 dot com slash coronavirus, New Jersey one on 1.5 our own radio station in New York, not Philadelphia. Proud to be New Jersey Jersey Child Time is 10. All nine of Steve Dr Alise. No shoulder asks the musical question. What else do we know about New Jersey Jersey? Trivia with your host voted the most trivial man in New Jersey. I'm sorry. That's trivial. Steve. Traveling Thank you very much. Mr Daddy's part down Traviata. Music Movies Television, New Jersey, New Jersey one on 1.5. They're all Jersey related. They're all multiple choice. They can all get you for I ride I plus passes to I play America in Freehold. I play America's rides, Arcade game, Skill games, laser tag and top golf swing sweets are open. More information you visit I play America dot com 1 802 831 on 1.5 is the number to call very, very simple questions I want you to win is going to be so easy and I got open slot. So if ever there was a chance to get on the radio.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:56 min | 7 months ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Conversations

"This guy comes to baton never never having visited the city and you lock before and is his a baby the baby i want you to To kill him taking back to your lands and and kill the job and the cattleman energy. Mr daddy's is her struck and he does as he's me takes the child away back to his mountain home but while he's been away his own wife who was pregnant has given birth to a child but the child was stillborn. So when we rise back. He's find his wife in tears they're unchartered died and then i had this game. What if we saw switch this newborn for our own dead child and let us bury the did jordan and say this this this child of and this is the scheme the hatch so cyrus becomes the child of the slaves and he's raised as a child told that his mother and father are in fact prison prince s infecting become king and queen of purchases. You see the thing. I hear when you told me that story is it has so much in common with other ancient stories moses in the ball rush early bullrushes or even like the story of jesus is the kind of the the king the king and the major as opposed to the beginning of his love story but leaves of of an extremely common person at the time. Do you hear that to absolutely romulus and remus cast out. Because the king of albany's is fearful of them and so his his mother desserts on a hillside but supposedly Fed by a she wolf years she will and they both dropping in one the other kind of able So you know there are lots of parallels lots of parallels so in all those other stories eventually the child that secret it away and hidden from the wrath of the king the motorist king nonetheless. The child grows up and reveals himself to be inherently kingly or favored by god or the gods. How does this happen to cyrus fabulous story. So he's ten years old and he's playing a game he's village and with a group of local boys and one of the boys is the son of a senior official in the court of his grandfather. He's back in epic donna and so he's visiting our. This boys brought into to the game. So i decided on a plan called kings and they oh elect one of the number as king for the day and he said therefore gives orders to all of them and he appoints gives them jobs in his court and he comes to this boy who has joined in the others inviting cyrus king verde and gives him an appointment and and this son of a noble says. I'm not gonna bowed out to you and so cyrus bates full. Of course this boy goes home to his father and says that slide boy so he's father goes to the court and goes to jesus and says i want this boy punished and so cyrus and his foster father a code to the court and young ten year old cyrus stands up for himself and defends himself very nicely and tells the story of the game of kings and suddenly sti. Jeez starts to see something very familiar about this boy. He looks a lot like him and he's come from a mysterious background. It dawned on him that this in fact could be the boy that he Had he would murdered ten years before but wasn't murdered so what happened when he tweaked to the fact that this grandson of his head not been killed. It gets gruesome gruesome. As is he's called in pago. The official who was to have the child killed off and says what's the truth of this story and pogs confesses that i gave the job to misery. Dietary outsourced the us. But he still lied to us the ads. He's been said that the had had the child killed but sti crafty. Oh devil says all right all right..

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"mr daddy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This is on point. I'm Jane Clayson were discussing the economic aftermath of the pandemic and its impact, especially on African American workers with us is Valerie Wilson Director of the economic policy. Institute program on race ethnicity and the Economy Derek Hamilton executive, director of the Crew Institute for the Study of race and ethnicity at Ohio State University and let me bring another voice into the conversation now, joining me from Durham North Carolina is William Derradji professor of Public Policy African American Studies, and economics at Duke University. He's also that school's director of the Samuel Dubois. Cook Center on Social. Equality great to have you with us today. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me and I'm especially pleased to be on the air with two scholars I greatly admire Valerie Wilson and Derek Hamilton indeed three wonderful scholars here today. What are you hearing? Mr Daddy in in this conversation? I'm hearing about the importance of the racial wealth gap as something that's fundamental to explaining the kinds of inequalities that have been exposed so so grievously by both the the pandemic and by. The anti-black police violence that that has has surfaced. has surfaced again so recently. I'm particularly interested in talking about the racial wealth gap because I think it's the most important indicator of economic security and Economic well-being that that we actually have in the context of black white differences in wealth than the United. States black Americans constitute about. About two point about thirteen percent of the nation's population, but only possess about two point six percent of the nation's wealth, and that staggering gap in the disproportion between population, share and wealth share translates into a situation where the average black household has the net worth that is eight hundred thousand dollars less than the net worth of the average White House so. Well, and to that point I've heard Derek. Hamilton and other say you know there's there's virtually never been a black middle class in this country to your point. How do you see that? And and how do we fix it? So I've recently done a paper with Added any Mari Smith in which we argued that if you use wealth as the standard for trying to identify middle class status, there is as Derek suggests virtually no black middle class in the United States. In, work that I've just completed with with Kirsten Mullen a book that just was published called from here to equality. For Black Americans in the twenty first century, we've argued the way in which you have to address. The racial wealth gap is a direct way, and that's the route of adopting reparations program that is designed specifically to eliminate like white differences in wealth well, and you've written era on an op. Ed just recently making that case for reparations for African Americans as an even more compelling issue after the inequalities that Valerie Wilson has laid out of the pandemic. Yes. Absolutely and we. We've emphasized that it's important to understand that the racial wealth gap is a consequence of American policies. It is not a consequence of any form of dysfunctional behavior on the part of blacks or poor decision making on the part of blacks. As Derek pointed out black heads of household with a college degree have two thirds of the net worth of white heads of households who never finished high school, and so we have to look specifically at the trajectory of American social policy with respect to race to understand why the wealth gap exists, I would I would place the origin point or the starting point with the immediate aftermath of the civil war in which. The formerly enslaved were promised forty Acre land grants that promise was never fulfilled simultaneously. Many many white Americans received what we could. We could refer to as grand government handouts in the form of one hundred sixty acre. Throughout much of the western part of the United States under the terms of the homestead axe, that's the beginning of the racial wealth dmed. Centuries. You Talk About Solutions William Darabi which include public banking programs among other things, federally funded jobs programs right now. Talk about that one specifically. How would it work? So let me distinguish between programs that are intended to address general inequality states versus programs that are intended to address racial inequality in the United States, so the reparations program is specific to addressing racial inequality in the United States the other types of policies that you've just mentioned are intended to address general inequality in the United States. Although some of them may have a disproportionate benefit for black Americans specifically, the important one that I think we have to focus on the context of the current unemployment. Crisis is the federal job guarantee and the premise here is that the United States government would assure every adult American of an employment opportunity in the public sector. At wages that surpass the poverty level. Accompanied by. A benefits package that would be similar to the benefits package that's available to all federal civil servants. The purpose here is that everyone would have an assurance of work. We could move directly to full employment in the economy at any point in time, regardless of whether we were in prosperous times or were in a depressed economy. And we would have the capacity to ensure that everyone would receive earnings at non poverty levels, so we could simultaneously have full employment, and we could eliminate poverty in the United States. What's the mechanism for making that happen? Of Political Action it's it's very interesting that you ask that question. Insofar as the federal job, guarantee is an idea that has substantial public support, even though it has not translated into comparable support an action by our political, our political figures but I think the last poll that I saw said at the national.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Even the Rich

Even the Rich

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Even the Rich

"Is smart business but for James. It's personal to. He tried to buy sky a few years back. But then the phone hacking scandal broke and the deal fell apart. Here's a chance at redemption. He's already chairman so he figures. There's no one better to make the deal. If he can pull it off. He'll be the family hero. Of course Lachlan thinks it's a bad idea to send James. They should pick someone without his baggage like himself like anyone but James but in the end. It's up to Rupert. Who MAKES THE DEAL? And who gets the glory now deals like this are complicated but basically there are two parts first. James has to convince Sky's owner to let go of the company. That's easy part. He's just got an offer them so much money they'd be crazy to say no. How much are we talking around? Fourteen Billion Dollars Oh so chump change and then comes the hard part. He's going to have to convince the UK government letting the Murdoch's by sky is a good idea but UK. Regulators aren't so sure the phone hacking scandal is still fresh in the public's mind plus if the Murdochs are allowed by sky it'll give them an insane amount of power over the media landscape in the UK. Which is the whole point of having government regulators in the first place so stuff like that doesn't happen so they decided to take their time monitor rupert and his businesses closely. Then they'll make their decision in the meantime James and Lachlan better make damn well sure that nothing goes wrong. I'm biting my nails. That's a bad habit. You should stop. I meant Merkley Daniels. Getting Very Long Quarantine. God don't start a protest. No like I I take care of. Just say grow a lot because I'm not doing anyway. We're way off topic on the morning of July. Six in two thousand sixteen. James and Lachlan are in Sun Valley Idaho for another one of those Allen and company conferences. Is that the summer camp for billionaires. We talked about in the last episode. That's the one. The boys are each doing their own thing. This morning James is out on a hike. Lackland just finished up a workout at the Ymca stars were just like. Oh really really are if we don't go on hikes or work out of although I did belong to the YMCA for like a month but doesn't surprise me thank you. He tells off and calls an executive Fox headquarters to check in and the first thing she asks Lachlan is. Have you seen the suit? He's confused. What suit the exact tells him? Lachlan immediately hangs up and calls the executive wasn't referring to something someone was wearing. She was talking about a lawsuit. Roger Ailes the longtime CEO of Fox News has just been sued for sexual harassment by one of the networks. Former anchors Gretchen Carlson Now as we've talked about the Murdoch Bros. Don't agree on hardly anything at this point while accept how much they liked the billionaire. Summer camp but they do agree on what to do about ails launch an internal investigation and get rid of him quietly. They don't want rupert getting involved. They want this mass to go away before a blows up and they know how loyal Rupert Tales the two of them built Fox News. Together and Rupert has always let ails. Do Pretty much whatever he wants. They don't want to give their dad the room to let him off the hook. At least. That's what people speculated later. Yeah because then they really have a scandal on their hands in the sky deal could be in jeopardy because rupert turned a blind eye exactly by mid July the Murdoch's get the first findings from the internal investigation and they aren't good. James says they should fire ills that in their by now. Of course Rupert knows everything and it's his call and he wants to wait. The Republican convention is a few days away and he doesn't want this messing up. Fox's coverage and surprise surprise guest. Who Takes Rupert side? Mr Daddy always knows best Lachlan so they wait on the day. The Republican convention ends Rupert Summons Ales to lunch at his apartment. The Last Supper between business partners although ails doesn't know this yet I was preferred breaking up overtaxed and has that worked out for you beautifully. That's why you're single Ya. It's your choice. Yeah Rupert wants their relationship to end on a friendly note so they're sitting in the dining room overlooking Madison Square Park.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"And that's Mr.. Daddy of ISIS. The president has declared victory over that group. We don't get to see this guy. But every couple of years. It was interesting. I think the caption, by the way could be I used to use just for terrorists. But now, I'm letting my natural gray grow back in. Is this guy? I'm sure represents something of a threat. What if today's news in fact, had been that he had acted somewhere on the planet is that not what we should war game for as we get more and more distracted by day to day politics, you know, talking to various people foreign policy recently. And I think the degree to which they are genuinely alarmed about the state of the world they're pleased that we've avoided too obvious as to so far, but we're not focused on them. The defense department does not have a red secretary of defense. The White House decision making process and national security is kind of a shambles. Yeah, we're strong country. And maybe we can just kind of make it through with this kind of governance. But I I mean, I hope we don't pay price for it. But I would worry that. We would we'll we'll over the next year and a half. And I do think four more years. I think the Democrats need to make this point. Maybe you voted for Trump. You know, you wanted to disrupt things I understand that four more years of this. Are you confident that that will be fine? I think there are plenty of people who have been mild Trump with Luxton Trump supporters. Maybe if you voted for Trump, people were tempted by aspects of Trump Trumpism who would shy away from the notion that we can confidently to set four more years of this administration. Crystal are strange times as he chronicles them last thing before we go here tonight. We wanna pause and remember to men who blaze their own trail in very different ways. And at very different ends of the same long, ongoing struggle federal judge Damon Keith died yesterday, and you need to know who he was born the grandson of. Slaves and the son of an auto worker, he remained a proud Detroit are all his life. He was equally proud graduate of Howard University law school where he was taught by the great Thurgood Marshall. It was Lyndon Johnson who put Damon Keith on the federal bench just three years after the Civil Rights Act. It was Jimmy Carter who elevated him to the circuit court of appeals judge Keith was simply one of the most important federal judges of the last hundred years while his legacy lives on forever, and housing and immigration cases. His most famous ruling led eventually to the release of the Watergate tapes after he found the transcripts must be released. If wires had been tapped without a warrant, Nixon's Attorney General John Mitchell sued judge Keith, but the supreme court had his back unanimously knocked that down years later, the judge stood up to Bush forty three on illegal deportations after nine eleven any one judge Keith always help the next generation up one of his former law clerks. Jennifer Granholm went on to become governor of his own state. Judge Keith presided as a senior federal jurist until just recently..

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Do By Friday

"It can eat a little heart. There's there's the videos great you can use it to distribute flyers. Let's like my own personal spider. Look at me. I'm annemie. Check, my mileage check it. It's. I'm Ben Parker. I'm fifty two. Spiderman. Oh, I took your picture. They'll call you thirties. I'm already. Me. Hey, look up skirts later. Hey, I'm skirt Lumo. Ladies. Keys. No, I'm pretty sure you did. Pretty sure you did you need to look. Live photo. Max max breaking news update. How's everything going at the hotels are anymore? Thumping? No. It's I been I'm sitting I'm not I'm not monitoring situation. I have my noise cancelling headphones. But you're are you occasion, heart rate return to normal? You're all okay. It was it was it was very upsetting. But I'm doing. I mean, I'm okay that'd be upset all day of something. Like that happened to me. I mean, I wasn't domestically abused. But it was a very exciting thing to to hear have happened. And and then I was sort of wasn't what would you guys do in that situation? Would you call the police as you call the front desk? Like, what would you do? Call the front desk. I do the middle path. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's the right option. But that's what I would do. I mean by the time, I got to the door of the hotel staff had already was already there. So there's nothing to do. I'm sure they're specially trained for this kind of stuff. Yeah. That's sounds. That's did you steal a towel, sir. That sounds right. Do you tip somebody after that you've been rescued from an extremely? That's a really good question. Like how much do you tip like a percentage of what? Yeah. Challenge. Talent are Merlin. You're gonna have to explain this one. Oh that sounds like a peanut butter. No. I did it. I'm here right now. Yes. Oh as challenge sucked. Sorry. But people are gonna I'm gonna close that window with the your emoji because it's very upsetting the challenge this week is what I call the Eliot rosewater challenge, and it just simply began based on a paragraph in the book slaughterhouse five Vonnegut, sixty eight I believe, and it's a paragraph from this book where this character name Eliot rosewater is trying on some things. He's trying on calling people dear he's trying on being sympathetic 'cause he wants to make world, but our place the initial challenge has posed in last week's after show more on that in a minute was to try on some way of behaving with other people strangers or otherwise. And then by the end of the discussion last week we landed on which keesa correct me he says the should be called listen without prejudice. But it's listen and pathetically or listen, with empathy and the idea is try to hear more than mouth words that someone says listen to somebody and try to hear something deeper about what they're trying to say densely questions. The the challenge was to listen. Pathetically. Pathak louis. I wrote him Pathak -ly. That's not right at all. No. That would be with your brain like Jean grey. If you listen to that you'd be like Deanna troi Deanna troi. She's the one. Yeah. Now is was the crusher her son. Or is that Wesley Troy? No that Wesley crusher Dr crushing doctor, Beverly crusher son, Beverly crusher, son. Okay. Let's scottish. Speed Mr. daddy's off speed Mr. days. No. This was a bad far the Chucky on in this. Daddy. Well, you know, here's thing I spent most of my time in this challenge thinking about what is I know you probably making doing a bit about this. Beverly crusher actually is Scottish. It's it's a sapling in the show. That's can't. I just wrote that down here in my Star Trek new book, which is next to my Star Wars notebook, and I never confuse them. There's an episode. There's an episode of next generation called the high ground export. I saw what we plays the flute in the alternate. Universe..

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Of course, I'm happy to report that we have no dead Americans in service to the empire. Very very happy to report to you know, dead Americans and service to the empire today this week. Good. I'd like a winning streak, please. I'm pro-life. I don't just define it as. Pre-born unborn. Fetuses? Pre birth their pro birth. That's all they are for this one. Once the baby is born its abandonment time, right? That's not pro life one eight eight eight three two one six thousand one today. We flip the script. Normally we do senior legal analyst at the beginning of the second hour today. We did it in the first hour Rilo while ago, Roger stone. But I've got a civics class. Boy, do I have a civic class force. That's in twenty four minutes. The next twenty four minutes couple of things aside. Right. We'll break here and air. It's you and me on the phones at one eight eight eight three two one six thousand in one. And Joe it's always nice from you and Cleveland, Joe. Hey, man, I just want to tell you nailed it with mister coffee running for president. Yeah. I agree. He'll pull from Trump and. And a it'll help the Democratic Party. And and. I think a lot of Republicans are just looking for a reason not to vote for Trump, and he may be it. And you know, personally, I hope Schultz. Mr. daddy, Starbucks there. He'll he'll really just accentuate and truly you delineate and reiterate what the stark differences between people like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders AFC. So I hope he stays in this thing as long as long as he wants. Well, I think there's an assumption behind all this Joe that we ought to at least identify and bring out into the open and look at which is the assumption is is that the Democrats are saying we must present only two choices Trump versus whoever the democratic nominee is. And that way every anti-trump vote will go to the democrat. And I'm challenging that assumption saying I'm not sure that that's an accurate assumption. If the democratic nominee is Bernie Sanders, if the democratic nominees Kamala, Harris, if the democratic nominees whoever the democratic nominee is Cory Booker. They're going to be people say, I'm sorry. What people said I can't vote from bleeping Hillary for crying out loud. There were Republicans who said I cannot stomach Trump, but they had options at Gary Johnson, and Jill Stein, they could have chosen not to vote the same number of people that voted for Mitt Romney voted for Benedict. Donald. And so the argument the assumption. It seems to be this unstated just like it's like an article of truth that people just accept and I'm like, wait a second. Why are you assuming that every person that's going to be anti Trump is gonna it? Bernie Sanders is the democratic nominee. There's a lot of Republicans who are going to say I'm really glad that that that Howard Schultz is there. So that I can vote for somebody who's not Bernie Sanders because even though I'm anti Trump vote for no Bernie Sanders were Evo Fano Kamala. Harris I can't even pronounce it ain't Volpin Oklahoma Howard Schultz gives Republicans have waited to be anti Trump. And and they're going to take away those split, the Trump vote, that's my view. And I think it's a testing of the assumptions a lot of it depends on who the candidate is. I mean, if it's Joe Biden if Joe Biden. The democratic nominee that maybe Howard Schultz would hurt him. I gotta tell you one. Other thing Joanna, I need your your your thoughts on this which is Howard Schultz has gone quiet in the last thirty six hours, and he's kind of quiet. Yeah. Well in our friend, Alex sites walls, and we're going to talk to at the end of the show today. Alex said that there's rumors and talk that he's rethinking now that he and his advisors saying, gee whiz. We don't wanna be spoilers. We and he's saying I don't wanna be a spoiler. If spoiler I'm going to rethink this. So it's possible that the reaction to his media door early in the week is causing him to have second thoughts. He's got advisers, and he's saying I don't wanna be a spoiler. I want to get rid of Benedict. Donald. So my my thought is this is February the first of twenty nineteen the first primaries are like a year away. We've got a long time to go. Let a hundred flowers bloom that's amount say tongue line. Let everybody have their say. This is America. We're always in the middle of allow Barbara. Let's keep it going. What do you think? Well, like, I said, I just want people like this guy with the way things are going. I I really think this guy there's a stark difference between. Sanders. Warren's and Calcio Ortez and like and as far as there's a mean right now Norman says keep calm, I dunno. If you've ever seen it on bumper stickers and stuff. But I'm poor keep Carmela in there and keep her I think, she's fabulous. I'd like to see I'd love to see those to Warren and her run together. Somehow, I just think that would fill up a lot of holes. Well, I was I was curious as to whether if Hillary had chosen another woman is vice president if that would have made a difference. And obviously, we'll never know. Right. I mean, you know, what if what if Hitler's mother had never met hitless father kind of thing it's one of those questions. So right. But I think a lot of it depends on who the democratic nominee is. And also, why are we assuming that Benedict Donald is going to be the Republican nominee? I've been remiss in saying that when this comes up, I think we're making a very very unwarranted assumption to assume he's going to be the Republican nominee next year. There's a very good chance that he won't be there. It'll be either pants or somebody else. He I I would almost bet I'm not a gambler. But I would almost bet that John casick is going to challenge him Jeff flake, the former Arizona. Senator has bowed out. He announced early in the week. I'm not running for president. He joined CBS news as accommodate. He went for the cash, but you know, they're going to be challenges to Benedict all he could easily lose. He could be indicted. He could be impeached. He could resign heaven knows what can happen to this guy. I mean, you know. This guy. I'm pretty well resign. The fact we're going to be running against Penn. And so I I just can't see I can't see Republicans putting up with Trump that much longer anchor. He's just going to drag them down. Joe will just have to wait and see. But so far the way Mitch Mitch McConnell. I have now nicknamed hashtag MSCI inaccurate. That's not a nice thing to do. You can have your own opinion about it. I have my opinion. Think it my opinion anyway, missing in action, so far and the other Republicans have been afraid of Benedict Donald's Twitter feed and his supporters so long as Benedict Donald has, you know, twenty thirty whatever thirty seven twenty five percent of the Republican party, you know, knuckle dragging and frothing at the mouth, and you know, drooling down side, right? It's ain't Trump. Job right. As long as as long as missing in action and all the Republicans have to deal with that crowd that is a chunk of the Republican party. So far they've shown that they are spineless and afraid. If and when they decide to take on that crowd and say, we don't care you're not large enough normal. People outnumber you in the Republican party, or at least they used to going to in the future. So out you go. I mean, they're going to have to make a decision. But so far they've they've decided they would rather live with him than without Joe work with the facts live with the truth. Thanks for getting a started in Cleveland. If you're on hold. I see you there. You are next and we've got a civics class oldboy civics civic. You've never heard civics this way unless you read Rachel maddow's book, and I'm guessing you haven't. But if you have it's called drift, and I didn't read it either for that matter. But I know what it's about. Anyway, we're going to do civics classes, foreign affairs civics and foreign policy can work together. You'll see why in seventeen minutes where Justice is served the Norman Goldman.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"He was Tony nominated actor. He's a good friend, and you all know Alec Baldwin by being booed by the one Trump lover in New York City, we have one Trump lover. And he's way in the back various about what's your name, sir? Tony loves Trump everybody, Tony loves Trump. I'd like to send Tony a very strong Cup of coffee that he might snap out of it sometime. And I'm not nominated for a Tony, obviously. But I'm here because I love Joan Hamburg, what's airport? John. Joan Joan wait a minute. Best cover photograph. I've ever seen is on Alex bug. Nevertheless, is this the sexiest man in America picture, the same photographer shop this picture and this mixture of thirty years apart. We'll get that guy. Where did he go? Look at this guy. Now, three babies a whole new life. Whether he's Trump or not run, he's our favorite Baldwin. There's a lot of them to hold the mic. Right. You've got a lot of them. I have a lot of kids. I have a lot of kids. I got three kids. And I want the world I'm going to really stick at the Tony all day long. You ready? Tony up here. We're going to just stop you. Tony the whole fifteen minutes celebrating theatre feeling good despite what's going on in Washington. If they give us that's also have a round of applause for saris, the great institution Sardis. Why would come down here? Wolf down a quick meal doing shows when I would do shows in this area. Right. The best com salad now were you ever enact Joan? I'm here. Worrying actress, I was I told you my. Story. I was playing a housekeeper known in those days has made in an off Broadway show, really off Broadway van it wasn't like now, you climb down a lot of steps in every church that way, have you. I have a big family. No one would understand how I would have one line. And they would stand up and yell bra. And when the relatives couldn't bear to come one more time, the shows with close that was my and you did you do a lot of research to pay a maid Joan use scrubbing floors and dusting the furniture with a feather duster up Park Avenue. I try you try I tried. I was twenty minutes. I lasted longer than the shows lasted now what shows have you seen this season that you were falling who stood out. Actually, I've seen almost every doll's house. You did. And I like those guys who just left at you that farce the play that. It's really funny to play that goes play that goes with like, I got three kids Joan. I haven't seen much of anything. And I heard that you Mr. daddy. I am. I got my kids. I went to go see Kevin. Of course. I said present laughter. How many people are present laughter? Okay. Coming over. I love I love. Kevin kate. They were fantastic. Kevin was fantastic. And I saw the price how many other price. Yeah. Wonderful cast. Right. Have you seen me do Trump on.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Brady has not played in a Pro Bowl since two thousand and five Aaron Rodgers has missed the last four pro bowls. So they're not going to play anyway. Right. So it's not like let's just put them in the game to sell the game because they belong on their reputations. So that doesn't even work for me. But. This isn't even close Tom Brady much more deserves to be in than Aaron Rodgers. And I'm about to make the case that Tom Brady deserves to be in more than Andrew luck. So let me start with the big picture. Let's just go degree of difficulty this year between Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers. Aaron Rodgers did have one offense it Pro Bowl or on his his Green Bay off. That's devante Adams who's really good. He made the Pro Bowl. How many pro bowlers did Tom Brady on his offense? This year known. He heads big zero. Would you believe this was the fewest New England pro bowlers since two thousand and eight nets ten years and what happened in two thousand eight Tom Brady didn't play in two thousand and eight because he was lost in game one for the season. So that was the year with Matt Cassel? They didn't even make the playoffs. Right. So they've been living in five eleven five. But they had the fewest pro bowlers to since since that year that's going along ways back, and it shows you how Bill Belichick has allowed the talent to decline in New England because this isn't a great football team. According to Pro Bowl, and you're saying they got one counterfeit Pro Bowl, right? Like like one who didn't belong Brady's. So so so you would say. They only had one deserving. Pro Bowl pro bowler who was Stefan Gilmore who is the cornerback. Right. Would you say he belonged? Going. Yes. Okay. So you're sort of fifty fifty on hand. So it's possible. They would have had no pro bowlers on the New England Patriots. Which show you Bill Belichick is losing his fastball because he's the one who who builds the Ross. Well, he said I could have got some pigs for that grant. But remember, Mr. Kraft's how you and Tom Brady over room. I could've got some. I got some town. I don't think Tom Brady did I think grownup did on sale quit. Yeah. But then Tom Brady says I won't gronk also Mr. daddy craft. Are we sure he said that I'm not sure he said that he might have said he did. I don't know if it will report it. Okay. It was reported. I'm not sure. So now, let's should go head to head now. So we stab degree of difficulty higher for Tom Brady this year. But let's just go Aaron Rodgers versus Tom Brady. First of all, let's just do QBR Tom Brady had the ninth best QBR and again coming off his Indy p season it pales by comparison. What he did this year to the ninth is not great by Tom Brady standards. But erin. Rogers is nineteenth in QBR. And just ahead of in is Cam. And then just ahead of cameras flacco and just ahead of flacco is what's that guy's name in Minneapolis, Kurt Kurt cousins. Right. So all three of those guys were head of Aaron Rodgers and QBR so far this year. Zach good. I don't think that's very good. Let's go to yards per tempt, this dinking and dunking..

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"mr daddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are we get Mr. daddy? Jay Jay talking. With Bradley, Jay WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty first thing in the morning. Alexa. Get me ready for the day. Play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio hitting WBZ. News Radio ten thirty from iheartradio morning and thanks for joining us last thing at night. Alexa, wake me up at six. AM? Burbs. WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio alarm set for six AM tomorrow to WBZ News Radio ten thirty from iheartradio. It's easy. All the news traffic is whether you need from Alexa, by listening to WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty on iheartradio. Okay. Let's say you're sitting at home. When one of those TV shows comes on about the environment greenhouse gases and air pollution. You get all conflicted because you know, what's important. But hey, you're just one person sitting at home watching TV. What with energy star? You can be part of the solution. The fact is your home can cause twice the greenhouse gases of your car. It's true. That's why the EPA urges you to take action at home to help. Protect the environment. Start by replacing five lights in your house with ones that have earned the energy star having your heating and cooling system checked annually and looking for products that have earned the government's energy star. These are only a few ways you can help reduce your home energy bills and make a big difference in the fight against air pollution. Discover more steps you can take to reduce air pollution from your home and car energy, star dot gov and thanks to energy star. The next time. One of those shows comes on about the environment. You'll know you're making a difference. My name is Ruth Roussy. I'm a retired teacher. I'm ninety one years old. And this is how I live United. I say retired. But not really lots of week. I read books to children as part of United way's education program. Reading to a child creates links between language and literacy, it creates mon- between grown-up and child and believe it or not it prepares them for a better academic future. Oh, read about frogs and flies and things with wings, all sorts of juicy stuff. It's a joy to watch all those little faces. I figure I have the time and they have the knee. And I've always believed that if we're not here to help each other. Are we here for really my name is Ruth Roussy?.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"We're we're gonna talk about mr daddy well that's a really big development i wasn't aware of that since we last talk to you and even the the crypt at or is pretty huge i think that's a step that is still very of limited in its adoption by various so you know organizations are businesses like exchanges while i'm not i'm not leave in mexico until that dash well it it get on it then jose i'm just looking for an excuse to stay phnom get out of that on the other sides as good having danny over here disaster bought to hand out we'll get about two minutes last um just too quickly update us on anything else the about it so that we should know um new projects or anything or just the information for our listeners yes so what like if they don't you we hit we have all this our markets organs makes them vessel bottles of gripped to grip dope and we have been working on on some projects that we still cannot be released but there there are some things that a customers have been asking also watt uh so we all we try to always be in communication with or or or war all of our customers and what the watch though we really big doubting to account so we expect to have a a very good surprise boro will ben berry soon uh we also uh just we we had our prices are pricing in iowa son were just releasing the android want so because people liked either but prices on the nap on their on their uh um.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Of course you can try the apps out at no cost while they used to gaza money apple made i worked for mac os and i o s pre earlier this year it did the same for garage band and i'm movie no word on when those applications will get over 500 professionally drawn shapes of their own and finally today apple apparently can't stop won't stop talking about the pub daddy documentary it's backed up 95 max says apple as it with a new trailer for the alive nation productions bellm can't stop won't stop a bad boy story chronicling the rise of sean diddy combs of the apple music exclusive the peace says can't stop won't stop a badboy story follows puff daddy for a threeweek rehearsal period as he reunites with members of his bad boy records liable for a soldout show at the barclay centre in brooklyn the mr daddy documentary hits apple music on the 25th the jio mac os can brought to you by me and sponsored by blue apron a better way to cook check out this week's menu and get your first three meals free with free shipping by going the blue apron dot com slash mac os can this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic and find out more in that your support that patriotic dot com slash mac os can advertising handled by backbeat media online at beaten media dot com you can reach me a couple of ways in voa mac os ken dot com or call seven one six seven eight zero four zero eight zero.

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"mr daddy" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"mr daddy" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Of course you can try the absolute at no cost while they used to gaza money apple made i worked for mac os and i o s free earlier this year it did the same for garage banned and i'm movie no word on when those applications will get over five hundred professionally drawn shapes of their own and finally today apple apparently can't stop won't stop talking about the pub daddy documentary it's picked up nine two five marks as apple as it with a new trailer for the livenation productions film can't stop won't stop a bad boy story chronicling the rise of sean diddy combs of the apple music exclusive the peace says can't stop won't stop a badboy story follows pop daddy for a threeweek rehearsal period as he reunited with members of his bad boy records liable for a soldout show at the barclay centre in brooklyn the mr daddy documentary hits apple music on the twentyfifth of jio mac os can brought to you by me and sponsored by blue apron a better way to cook check out this week's menu and get your first three meals free with free shipping by going the blue apron dot com slash mac os can this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic on find out more in that your support that patriotic dot com slash mac os can advertising handled by backbeat media online the fact beat media dot com you can reach me a couple of ways in voa mac os can dot com or call seven one six seven eight zero four zero eight zero.

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