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"mr fiske" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 11 hrs ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Use the promo code G o r k A. We are back with Joe Piscopo Joe we've been talking about if you missed a lot Segment guys and go back. Go to rumble. Go to YouTube Go to the podcast get his take on what's happening in New York with today's press conference from Keller Cuomo. Yes, I said it, but let's talk about the broader, broader macro environment. Your reaction. Give us your take as a communications professionals is the Hollywood maven who done great things. SNL movies. You name it. The bosses back. How did you great his Sunday performance? Well, he was I thought a number 18 plus all the way. He's a master at that. And people get upset because you know the people that just don't like what you if you believe in and you know 7 30 like the friend that you are not to be overdramatic, But I really feel some of us believe in this country. Some of us love the United States of America. Some of us are so proud of crowd behind me. You'll see my family that came from Another country Italy to come to America as a seven year era of moving stellar example of that I'm not feeling that from the other side and when I sleep, Donald Trump, Let's take President Trump out of the mix for second and I see Donald J. Trump the man I've known for 30 years. He makes me a feel like someone in Washington understands how much I love this country. He makes me feel proud to be a peaceful preacher. He and he went now with no disrespect the President Biden What are you doing down there? I feel like they don't want to salute the flag. I don't think they believe one nation under God. And I don't need to be melodramatic. Go, Joe, You're this right wing guy. I'm not I'm in America and I'm proud. My people came here. They learned the language. They learned the laws. The United States and the beauty of with Donald Trump did And you think this is what irritates the FARC regressive socialists within the Democratic Party? And and the Democratic Party becoming like the aggressive Socialists. Only one I think they don't like it when President Trump understands the rest of us the beer, you know, working if you will, working stiff Americans that love this country, heart and soul, and he understood it was nice to see someone speak up for us again. Yes, it's amazingly powerful way of putting it. It's a very simple choice. Do you love America? Or do you see America as the problem? You used this phrase? I really like this is this from Is this Joe Piscopo copyrighted the regressive Socialists. It is, And I thank you. There was a call in England. Now. People will call the show and I know that that letter, said Gorka, Dr Gordon fans out there. They call my show, and they start the conversation with Really like, said Georgia, But, um, listening to you now as well. So you gotta work on the accent. You gotta work hard on the accent. I'm sorry. Any what am I doing wrong, But one girl called Linda. I'll never forget. You know, I know Judy calls. She's in love with you so fine. Yeah, You know, God bless sir. Made a call. She goes joke. You keep saying you keep saying you got to say regressive socialists. You can't say progressive. They're not progressive. They're bringing and dragging everyone down. So I credit Linda, you know, and you know that, you know set the listeners are the most astute, especially when the best part of the show. That's part of the show. Learn more. I learned more from the listens and Linda goes the regressive socialists. And that's exactly what they are The tenants of socialism. It's free speech. Now is the second Amendment Next on Look at me. I'm an entertainer, but I feel like a duty to come behind this microphone every morning. I feel a responsibility to those good people. They come to us as not to be dramatic again. But we're in Oasis were in Oasis. We tweak that we wanted to always doing the speaking the truth. So that is not the window. God bless Elinda truly, is the coolers. God bless you, because you're always fighting and he's always doing it so elegantly his instagram. I wish I was as good as this dude on Instagram. Follow him on Twitter. Instagram Joe Piscopo Before we close. I think I know somebody. He worked for you and I'm going to get the inside deal. So, Professor Shad rack. My new engineer. Tell us something about Joe Piscopo. Oh! Oh, gosh. Because you you interned for this legend I interned in the same station is this legend So we met a couple of times. I'm sure you do not remember me socialize with the great Jersey Joe. I met him a couple of dives. I'm not that was the social aspect was a bit of a Was it like 6 A.m.? You got home, right? Is that right now? Plenty of grace. Plenty of funny of great demeanor. I'm sorry, Mr Fiske, a beau. I'm put on the spot here. But he only said that Yes, that he admitted to me that he Worked in the same student only had good things to say, especially about the socializing with Jersey Joe. I love you. And you know what? They didn't make eye contact with me. I was great. That was like talk. He talked his forelock many, many times. Listen to this man. Am 9 70 the answer. He's the champion New York. Those cold, Cold New York mornings. He's got his. He's got his hand on his goddess carful looking dapper and he's posting on, Instagram. Follow that man. God bless you, Joe. Keep doing what you do. And Sebastian Gorka, This is your first.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On this week, evidence of forced detention and human rights abuses against the weakest in China. Sin Jang region is mounting. China denies any wrongdoing and says it's acting to keep the peace. But you are the weaker people. Is it their language and Muslim faith that a perceived as a threat by the Chinese leadership are their grounds for the accusations of terrorism by Beijing or can anything justify putting hundreds of thousands of people into camps? Is the Communist Party determined to wipe out any cultural or religious movement that could be an alternative draw for its people's loyalty on a vital trade routes made sin Jang more important than ever. What can international pressure due to change China's course of action? Or is it as Beijing argues purely an internal matter? Should the plight of the week is be described as cultural genocide? That's the real story from the BBC after the news ABC News with Sue Montgomery. Opponents of the military coup in Myanmar are mobilizing to stop the detention of high profile campaigners accusing the authorities of using night time raids to carry out to rests. Our Asia Pacific editor Celia Hatton reports almost two weeks after the military seized power, and me and Mar protesters continue to gather in the thousands to demand the return of their elected government. Despite the threat of detention. Demonstrators say police are waiting until evening when curfews are in place to raid homes and carry out arrests, and they're mobilizing to try to stop the practice. In one instance, photos on social media showed supporters in the city of Path vein on guard outside a hospital. Hoping to protect a doctor who was also a high profile opposition figure. After rumors spread he was going to be seized. Disease experts are warning that vaccines will not end the pandemic. Lessel countries received doses in a fast and fair manner. Writing in the Lancet. There's a jobs need to be priced affordably on developing nations need access to technology to be able to produce those is domestically. Prolonging the pandemic would allow more mutations to a marriage. Britain's Health secretary Matt Hancock has said he hopes that by the end of the year, covert 19 will become another illness. We live with Mr Hancock was speaking to the Daily Telegraph newspaper as Jessica Parker reports. That Hancock said he hopes that covert 19 would become a treatable disease by the end of the year. In the interview with The Daily Telegraph, he talks about mitigating coronavirus through both treatments and vaccines with the name of turning Cove it from a pandemic that effects all of our lives into another illness that we have to live with, like flu. With the success of the vaccine rollout, there's mounting speculation about how and when restrictions might be lifted. US. Senators are due to vote later today and whether to convict President Trump of inciting insurrection. Both sides will first make their closing arguments. But the Democrats have an insurmountable task in convincing the necessary 17 Republicans to vote with them. On Friday, Defense lawyers accused the Democrats of wanting to take revenge on the ex president's impeachment managers say he's so dangerous he should be excluded from future political office. His Anthony's darker All we have left is a possible debate over witnesses. We don't even know if either side wants to introduce witnesses. But even if the House impeachment managers wanted to call witnesses that would require a vote in the Senate after debate. If that boat gets down or the house decides not to call witnesses, then all we'd have is short closing arguments, then possible deliberations by the Senate. And after that, the final vote So we're talking a matter of hours descended to set to reconvene at 10 A.m. so we could have a vote by Earth. The afternoon. ABC News Reports from Iraq says suicide bomber from the Islamic state Group has killed 21 IRS fighters, including himself by accidentally setting off a car bomb. The local military commander in the Samara region said it was believed the suicide bomber press the car horn. Wish farewell to his fellow IAS militants, forgetting that it was linked to the bomb. Peru's health minister Pillow Mazzetti has resigned after it emerged that the former president Martine Vizcarra, received a coronavirus job before the vaccine was made available to the public. Local media reported. Mr Fiske Ara had been vaccinated in secret in October, just weeks before being impeached and removed from office. Mr Pescara sent he and his wife had taken part in the trial for the Chinese sign of farm job. At least five Afghan police officers, including a commander of being killed in a bomb attack and their vehicle in the eastern province of Kunar, another bombing in the southern province of Kandahar. When did seven security personnel No group has yet admitted responsibility for the attacks. The remains of 120, Russian and French soldiers who died during Napoleon's retreat from Moscow and 18 12. I've been laid to rest in western Russia. The bodies were discovered in 2019, his Charles Havilland, the catastrophic retreat of starving French troops. In November, 18 12 ended Napoleon's failed invasion of Russia. When French and Russian archaeologists found these remains of their compatriots in the town of the asthma in this million screech in it was first thought to be a mass grave from the Second World War, but further research revealed their true origin. All the bodies are of soldiers, except for three women believed to be so called Vivan dear who provided first aid and food. And three teenagers thought to have been drummers, ABC News This is the real story from the BBC. I'm with the lush are with your weekly deep dive into a story that's making use and changing lives On this week, international pressure is rising over the future of millions belonging to one ethnic group in China's Far northwest..

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"mr fiske" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:59 min | 2 months ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"They are the seventh overall see, which means they will get the Saints and if they somehow some way, find a way to upset Drew Brees, Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans. Well, guess what. I'll get a chance to. Ah, avenge this loss to the Packers today, so that ought to be interesting. If that comes to fruition. We're here on ESPN 1000. I'm Jeff Miller, along with two time Super Bowl champion Howard Griffith. We're taking your phone calls instant reaction to a bears loss. What a playoff berth. Let's let's go on out to let's try Mitchell in this plane's Mitchell. I'm sure he was very happy with Mitch Stravinsky's performance today. What's going on, Rachel? Limits. Oh, I like you get to the best. I can hear me. Yes, I got you. Okay. I could drink your attention. You're out of the poly things. It could have been easily 42 to 16. The biggest problem. The bare space is a lack of consistency with the quarterback, which I've been telling you put 11 weeks, nine weeks or whatever, for years, Okay, The bottom line is that we have a problem that should be sticky only throw underneath passes. He really likes touch pork and basically was it on a deep ball? And when you watch is Rogers was a master at quarterback. You see exactly what a strike looks like. It's all those New York types that thinks the biscuits or straight. He cannot. He sort of fine stuff. Okay, And the bottom line is that he's on Lee upside its hand the ball off to Montgomery and throw underneath. That's not going to get you very far by the way they got. Basically, they looked into this do version off eight. Nate going into playoffs. That's not good enough. Because what you saw today, Your Honor, I want to suggest the fighting evidence where you saw that The last three games was a mirage of bad teams. When the bettors have to play what I call the late teens like Green Bay. They still visibly and I put the blame onto this key. Completely okay, that step that lack of a deep throat, which was a what I call 50 55. We see Aaron Rodgers so deep all it's a strike, and he leads his receivers. That's what a great quarterback does. And the failure of white car GM and I, head coach. Okay is a joke. It's become basically a laughing stock of the NFL. So to the GM to the head coaching Stravinsky gonna fire The bottom line is this. I think that at some point you have to come to grips with the fact that this is not exactly what was going to be part of the plan for the person that shows the biscuit. Okay, the G NFL the pace. Ryan Painter's fell in love with this travesty, and 17 doesn't tell any of his coaches. He goes on this road mission because he falls in love with the person who's the worst quarterback in the NFL. So now when I say that your unintended consequences of that decision making has come back to haunt you, and the bottom line is the Bears will never win the division because we'll never win against Green Bay. You know, we actually this real quick, Okay, Howard, your former U. N v p. You're starting to get that you're by yet. Tyto pushed down. You're an amazing athlete, right? Let me ask you this. You have it. It's fear Quarterback in your past of welcome, Professional collegiate games, right? You have a fear. Quarterback of the huddle. How does one running back? How did he react to that? I just want to hear from my real NFL player. The real consequences when they know that they have a duck is a quarterback and I'm headed off to, you know, put it. Oh, thank you, Mitchell. All right. How does this feel so good in the He gets fired up and like, I know ah lot he's got you know what I love mention because he's very polarizing. Some people. Some people hate him. It probably falls down the line of whether or not you like Mr Fiske. You're not. But nevertheless, Howard, how does affect your confidence is a player when you're in the huddle. You just don't have the faith that your quarterback Really do the job that needs to be done, You know? Does it affect you? Yeah, it does. But I think if everyone is dialed into what they need to do, Yeah, I don't think it should be that big of issue. I think ultimately, you know, is one of 11 guys out there. You've got to make sure you're taking care of your job, and that's where the focus has to be at all times. You come to the sidelines, you could say Oh, here we go again. But what's the alternative? Right? It's a reason he's out there. He's your best shot. And you know these guys, they smart, They understand what's going on. And you just all you can ultimately do is support your teammate. In trying to make things right and try to figure it out and get on the run. And the fact is now you mentioned this after a team that was really struggling, awful. Found the way even though we're going to sit here and say that part of the reason they found their way to the playoffs because of the schedule. But it still takes Cem Cem heart in some desire and to believe in the system to bounce back from where they came from to find themselves an opportunity to play. And that's why you're going to hear now you talk about we're now gonna be excited about what's up next cause the regular season is now behind us. We have a chance because we're in the playoffs. Now. We need to go back in and try to take care of business and this opportunity for Mitch to come out and play better because he has to continue to play better because nobody's gonna put more pressure on been himself. There's no doubt about that, if the Bears act if, um, if Washington wins tonight, and actually, Glick claims that fourth seed and the NFC East Division that means that the Bears will be one and six this year against teams that made the playoffs with their lone victory. Come against the Bucks on the Thursday night game. Remember when all of their wide receivers were beaten up on that short work week when Tom Brady forgot how many downs he's allowed you, so it'll be interesting to see how it unfolds. Obviously, that changes a little bit but not not much in their favor if the Giants actually end up because the Bears Remember won the second NBA against the Giants..

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"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to rise, so this really is not a time in Peru to have this degree of Political uncertainty on the more so when the country's economy is is not in very good shape As a result of the pandemic, our country's economy, which was in very good health, took a tremendous, horrible blow. And of course, we are now in different session, one off the biggest that we have had in our Republican history. So it was in the moment tow do demonstrations and all of that, Despite all of it, citizens knew perfectly what was that the steak on decided to go to march in the streets. Has being going on almost every day and every night since they took since they took power, And I think that next week you will see much more of that. That was Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti, talking about the ever growing demonstrations sort of followed the impeachment off Peru's president. Martyn this Carter, you're listening to the BBC World Service on Julian Marshall on this is news..

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"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Martin Vizcarra on Monday has led to ever growing demonstrations. Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to

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Protests mount in Peru after president's impeachment

BBC Newshour

04:41 min | 3 months ago

Protests mount in Peru after president's impeachment

"Martin Vizcarra on Monday has led to ever growing demonstrations. Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to

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"mr fiske" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on WEEI

"Have a lot of respect for these two and we grew up in our sports together I know the sacrifices that went along with standing here today and we're not on the stage just because of talent or ability because of four AM were up here because of two a days or five Indies brought here because we had a dream and let nothing stand in our way if anything tried to bring us down we use that to make us stronger we were never satisfied never finished we'll never be retired my high school English teacher Mr Fiske's without actually paid attention one time a class and I have yet is beautiful quote in a red rest at the end not in the middle when I took that to heart I believe this time for resting at the end well for me that time is not now thank you for this tremendous honor the knowledge of my basketball career but I'm far from done my next dream is to be honored one day for inspiring the next generation of athletes to have a dream sacrifice for never ever rest in the middle thank you to my wonderful family my wife and now that the opening capsule laid everything about Kobe Bryant I mean he pretty much told you exactly who he is in that speech great moments of twenty sixteen espys of Kobe Bryant you know it is is a lot of people you know why is Kobe you know going to you know what his own taking his daughter in these couple of the families in a helicopter to their basketball game and you know Kobe flew helicopters full time and he actually tells a story of why.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"And Joe Borough. If you haven't got a chance to watch his speech just google it go to YouTube. I heard that that website called YouTube YouTube. Wile Youtube gets put videos on there. You can search I think is the most second biggest search engine besides Google and you could probably watch type job rural heisman speech. It was powerful. There really is no way around it like if you just have any compassion or emotion motion in your body. You kind of feel it. When he was talking in? Two things really jumped out one he spoke about. I saw a bunch of people tweeting about this. He spoke about the poverty where he came from. I I don't really. I have to ask them by scouting buddies. What this guy's background? No he came from poor poor area. Maybe he didn't grow up. Poor buddy buddy was around it but I guess that they've raised like one hundred thousand dollars since he kind of gave his speech so the spout out. Whenever you have a platform you know the one thing about politicians talk a big game about helping the poor but it's not really the go to move so it's cool that Joe Borough and I wasn't even trying to get political? They are just just a fact. You know people don't really help the poor they just talk about it. A Lot. And Joe Burrow he also thanked does Ron and and that was really really powerful and he just talked about how the Guy Game Shot. And I've been kind of making fun of Lsu every time they a tweet like this guy had no one that believed in Mike you went to Ohio state and then you transfer to Lsu. But I was reading more about it. I guess he wasn't that the biggest recruit you know. He wasn't your typical Ohio State football recruit as a quarterback but still he did go to Ohio state at high school. So I'm not gonNA act like he was just you know Johnny try hard. The overcame some walk ons spots but at Ozher on did give them the keys to the car are and to run the LSU program when we're starting quarterback in the SEC for one of the most talented programs in the country and clearly the guy put it in a lot off. off-season work them hiring. Joe Brady from the New Orleans Saints Combination May beat the crap out of everyone this year and they've been definitely the most fun team to watch them in Ohio state. Jared Goff his biggest problem. He's just not mobile. He can't move at all. I mean at all and Kevin Clark Clark of the ringer had just a fantastic tweet did basically said. I don't have in front of me but I know the gist of it. That said you know what's really fun is next year. When Jared Goff's Goff's cap number jumps from ten to thirty six million dollars jared Goff's cap number is thirty six million the in dollars again? I'm a jared Goff Fan. I understand the quarterback market. But he wasn't a free agent. He's taught multiple years on his contract. I The quarterback quarterback market's going up and up and up. I get it. Yeah for drew. Brees and Russell Wilson would just I get it man thirty six million dollars. He's just not that good of a Blair her and again I'm a fan. The pats cameras situation. One thing men do and you speak for men. I think women can be a little a bit better liars but I I can live well too but when we are caught red handed I would say guys are terrible. When we're caught red-handed? We usually say the dumbest things imaginable and the video. The Jay Glazer talked about on the Fox pregame show and played the video of the guy being caught red handed in just pretending no brawl. Just delete the film and the Cincinnati Police Officers Security Guy was like no man. That's not the way. Hey this works. There's no deleting the film give me the film like you're caught. He's like no man. It was just nothing I was just like playing around like just delete. It don't even have a computer here. I don't know Bell Jack was involved. I don't know you know you can never discount anything with the Patriots but if you have you know any common sense of been around the block just one time in your life. That guy's guilty jars you know that guy was doing some shady and he was nailed band lost by the forty niners. I understand they were missing a lot of guys. You know. Multiple starters on defense and the Falcons are just one of those weird bad bad teams they got an MVP former MVP on their team. They got Julio Jones from the best wide receivers ever on their team who they'll kick their ass and they had no answer for Matt Ryan at the end of the game just like the pick of the stick years ago when Navarro Bowman pick them up they were driving right down the Field Navarro Bowman pick that ball off and his mic to Rico said as he jumped in the end zone. The forty niners going to the playoffs. Well the forty niners are going to the playoffs because the rams lost but they didn't want to go to the playoffs this way now at the end of the day. This game doesn't necessarily determine their seating because it's all more than likely gonNA come down to week seventeen at Seattle but that was not an ideal loss though sitting on my couch watching the game. I'm like this game boring. And part of the reason it was born. 'cause we were just coming off the Saints Forty Niner game. It's like you know the highest of High Hi to if I felt like that imagine the players felt like that the crowd felt like that you can just feel it. You can feel it through the television and they deserve to lose loose because they didn't play that well urban Meyer you know does any guy let me say this. I think he is easily one of the best coaches coaches. I've ever seen collegiately. You could argue his hand in hand right there right with Nick but he left Florida. After one of his players for murdering people cheating scandals left and right players getting in trouble and he had an illness so then he bounces and then year later. He's at the State Ohio state toward the end. Did he really retire. Tir or do they just kind of say Zach Smith issue any was sick. But he's he's one of those classic. I'm sick need to spend more time with my family now. He's thinking about going to the NFL. So like I always need to spend more time with my family. Isn't that what Greg said when he left New England patriots like three months ago and now he's the head coach records. Did you really want to spend time with your family or you. Just not want to work for New England but when they when rutgers called non for you twenty five million like actually. I'm cool with my family. Now see you guys later. I thought you were really sick or or you just going to coach in the NFL now. Is he trying to play Jerry. Jones go to the Redskins game. Sit with Dan Snyder. He does have several former players. There's on the Redskins so it's not out of the realm of possibility. I know I think McLaren's last saying the really good rookie. Receiver said he wanted him to come. Obviously Dwayne Haskins. I'm sure wanted income. But it was pretty clear online that it was like he's trying to make a leverage play to get Jerry Jones off or more money I don't know I think it reminds a fantastic asked to coach the character the faking you know some of the stuff that's happened. Some of the red flags on his resume our undisputable they exist. But if Jerry Jones can land on that would be he's away but he's forgotten more as a coach than Jason Garrett's known that's not even debatable. If he was the cowboys head coach they would win and the good thing is in the NFL. We don't judge we don't do morals in the NFL but in college which with urban loves talking about it like urban you really like morals because your entire team at Florida was on the payroll and getting in trouble and then you went to Ohio state while you did clean it up a little bit. You did have an issue with that assistant coach. So you know you you got to resume a little sketchy you are. A fantastic coach actually might be more suited her suited for the NFL. Because we don't do morals mild knee issue with urban. Meyer is he never stops talking about leadership and character and then you check the resume house date and you take the resume of Florida. It doesn't really add up you know spellcheck. I don't ever crush him for his morals. Mainly we don't care was black and white league win loose. That's it in college. It's about you know growing young men. Well there's a lot of gray area in college yet. Urban just tries accurate. I'm a I'm a great Guy Aaron Hernandez blasting people on your watch buddy manning's five hundred again and a have take other than good for. Eli Back to five hundred Mr Bisky. I guess said some things after the game how he wish Matt Nagy would get him on the move a little bit more. It's like Mitch. I I don't even know if he if he was trying to like you know. Be Put the onus on Nagy at all but just Mitch just keep your mouth shut bro Wpro. You've been horrendous all season except like two games against bad opponents. Let's just be quiet. Just play the year out these last couple of games and send Ryan Pace Christmas card with in the card say please pick up my fifth year option and if they pick up their fifth year option Ryan Paces is nuts nets front ryan pace needs to put down the drugs and the alcohol if he picks up Mr Fiske's option because it's clear he's not a fifth with your option quarterback that's worth picking up James Winston. What a bizarre season I mean? He's got fifty packs. He's got fifty touchdowns he's he's got ten thousand yards. Somehow Bruce Arians took this bad Buchan ears team and they're seven and seven. It wasn't that long ago they were two and six and there were three and seven. Now they're seven and seven. But what do James I think. Legitimately as twenty seven hundred twenty three picks. But every time you look. He's got four touchdowns now I think he's thrown five. I drive interceptions. That's gotta be a single season record. Five I drive interceptions. The buccaneers our foreign one. In those games James wanted is going to be a free agent. What do they do? I was thinking about today. I was like what number would I offer them. Because I've listened to different people talk about it though I would not do a long term deal I would franchise him. I think what I do if I was Arians and assuming he likes them which I think he does.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It also met with you guys a week ago in that beautiful list movie studio with veterans walking off the glass and he was well that they're going to the folders town with a lot of public your Chicago is hosting the Olympics and then about six or seven hours later I walked out of soldiers feel down the lakes presidential seventy two degrees and it felt like a funeral March what the hell happened I don't know you tell us a new what was to be there's obviously a lot wrong with the offense what's what do they fixed where do we begin. well I remember talking to you guys to answer the question we talked about was what the defense is going to be there they got the players he just. does Mr rescue habits give Mr Fiske I thought he I mean that in the best possible way give you guidance as we're down five points with two minutes left no problem we watch men and half of the last major breeze the son wants no problem I think it's the opener raise more questions about minutes then answered and the one that answered we're not good I'm not jumping ship I'm not saying that the season is over but it was a really really tough night and it was like I don't like to look for my life Hey I got the same conversation about that that I was calling my dad after some in my that was about the same things the same someplace else looks good now of the service I just don't know about this quarterback I mean is that goes back the last three or four quarterbacks an existing conversation with my dad left and half hearted hapless it goes back thirty years forty years other than Jim McMahon for a brief flash in the pan unfortunately because of all the injuries and some of the other stuff it goes back even further than that it it's it you're right I mean that's just what we sort of deal with the Green Bay Packers defense played the entire game in sub packages the entire game yet the bears only attempted twelve runs in a in a one score game how how do we explain that I mean if you go back thirty four years and that the difference is supposed to be mad that you're right right this is the guy with this this is not let's see if this is not this cat this is not it was not transmission the guy who came in and knows everything under create an offense James Brown in one season then I look I I I don't it's honest human emitted a soft you not have a good night and it was it was almost like a quarterback with predetermined as routes the was like a coach you predetermine the strategy and it didn't work and it's worth three points and now it's like well it leaves enough to go up against a very familiar very. no really well and we still Jeff we still stuff. how disturbing is this not only did you not run the ball but your third and fourth wide receiver barely even got a look eight Anthony Miller nothing absolutely nothing zero catches I don't know if he was even targeted during the game only played sixteen plays and you're the guy got to targets in the the the Ridley release the only got it right yeah right we really only had two targets himself that's a disturbing trend for an offense is it not. yeah I mean look I think the one thing that you can hang your hat on offense rob looked really good I mean it looks fresh looks your point it looks like the only show in town I mean I I don't know if the idea of going deep down feel than expected jailer Gabriel to make strong catches the span of all I mean I I think the mystery burn a lot and I think it's what this game isn't over now for six days yeah I'm sure you guys are sick of talking about I am too but it's a bad taste in the mouth I mean it's the B. socket the fifth the fight is next game in Denver but only the first name that everything the magnetic he's been hearing since last Thursday you got to do this more the offense got to get the ball for now they said you will be here next week now the next thing about it where was by mail or whatever reach out you got to get the defense going so both of these guys this place is they are. really really really impressive right now to get the horse is gone out to the side of the ball if it is a massive bass with whatever both conference our gas he joins us this time every Tuesday from good morning football the NFL network it's Carmen in your call on ESPN one thousand am ESPN Chicago dot com a Denver has a lost a home game in September since twenty twelve thirteen in a row so are they do I I wasn't overly impressed obviously with the Broncos last night what we what we expect then for Sunday afternoon how tough is this challenge for the bears going there. well people like to say that the super dome is the toughest place to play or maybe Seattle chorus and yet from what I've seen I think it's Bangor I mean I I see in a really really good teams going or lose it could be September January yeah the altitude of the crowd and then it's going to be tough but. why why why is this is this is this is chance here yet we complain about going to center if you go in December and you lose two. hi I'm Joe Flacco adults only play they have on defense this is the scene with the first the mall is still way more talented they have a more experienced coaches the usually won't have I don't I don't want to hear that its numbers of stuff with the plate includes the number of what they'll switch. I mean it's just this is this is not a game this should be a problem I mean it's really I don't know what happened this is a much better in the bears I mean what is gel Minnesota look good green bay's defense looks much improved this is really going to be a meat grinder in the NFC north isn't. like I believe we got alliance right well alliance. why am alliance yeah but out of the. and we thought their money back who knows I don't know about you guys with any reaction. or the Superbowl everything down off the. it's one of a liar it is the last three years it will always admire I don't know if you're so they're going to go to the play up the hotel because only the begin rushing because we don't think the bears in this then they go if the cat out of no where if it lasted a good luck with that I'm trying to get cards because all of my feelings about their chances of the stadium it was a real really big disappointment so if I look at the Packers sure yes he has played a really good thing and it is that's about the use of existing health and the Vikings quarterback I'd say I don't have the money back this is in the photo back never wins big games with me at the end of last. yes they're all in one if he gets a one in three or want to even what Bob right now although action Monday that'll did that the Oakland Raiders victory make you smile. smile I would I would up on my couch reading waking up my kids that they're getting yelled at by my wife I was so happy about that he says that you are expressly you yes I I don't know I. it's only around thing was waking last internet you that. I understand if you want to place a long time to get them. one is that with someone and it goes out of his genius but out and walk on the set if this is the guy who showed up. John brings a lot of those we got your back injury and death and stuff with the home office yeah and that that we sell over and over in every single person is innovators there's also backwards for him if they use are downright in minutes this is a video of them fell apart in like a child when the raiders believe the other the other one I wish that the Rangers won by five hundred points and when the fans were chanting the the propane chance with a frown upon I'm a father now I was doing it in my living room I was a writer and I saw the. so will you still be good for New England no I and my guess is he will be. so proud credible. I would think it's a conspiracy theorist the thing about it well you're going to New England and people stay on the street. in hand on a letter like you're going to stand in the middle of the of the gold standard for that is it's great for a power for from the central yes and it's black men and ended up in the next. what's that thank goodness this morning one has they have done that in Dallas and they have Jordan Brady and I have the whisper and integrates Jack Haley what the tennis. I think that the human element is already on Instagram and parent unit all you know to Wesley snipes and woody Harrelson I think that'll work I think it's twenty one going to be great it uses what. I what was the other biggest takeaway from week one weather was a huge disappointment I mean maybe the brown something that really surprised you what else you feel after week one now that it's complete. okay actually hammered I mean I I think I think that was the war very few of any impairments that often got hammered of course they don't have the expectation yeah you know the fair at least that's the sense all the clear that this J.. after what happened there the plans at all. hi. absolutely still our next call this is a little at eleven thirty so that they can act as a. I just feel I think it's a great player I like it's out of your next question different I think it's a walk with her life I'm not so well that let you know that Hey there the ground. yeah and Monday Night Football and if you own to help guide quote over there you're absolutely right I hopefully the bears are one on one we talk to you next week will feel a lot better for going to Denver where I am right thanks Kyle. all right now brand at cal brand on Twitter good morning football in the N. F. L. network I mean the thing about the jets flew at our west sixteen nothing lead as they did if they lose all fall the into the Browns. went into if they lose after getting dry and I'm with Kyle I mean is down as we are on the bears are we wore after last week there was no worse start to a season in Cleveland at home get and absolutely drilled like that the person get drilled the defense was great like we expected a three game yeah exactly yeah they kick the field goal seven six you don't need a touchdown in a game.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"RT started Clifford looked at the two of us me under drastic now stained with logic and Willis panting dramatically in the backseat we'll find a doctor at the wedding said Clifford you wait here Mister Koch or not come on Georgie I got out of the car and tried to just moved out my clothes there was a big spot of blood on my five and some smaller ones on my shirt I ducked my head back in the car excuse me Willis I said do you think I could borrow your tie just for the ceremony Willis looked very put out by this request I would have felt badly about asking except that I just talked to poison out of his leg plus is blood had ruined my clothes it seemed like a reasonable enough trade will spur grudgingly loosened his tie and placed it in my hand I'm leaving said Jolene you should try to relax Clifford said to Willis the last your heart pumps the less the poison can spread watch said Willis Jolene grab Clifford and the two of them walked away my leg is still numb said Willis we'll find a doctor I told him and then I added a good one hoping that this would make him feel better I tried it off across the meadow to catch up with Clifford in Chile the ceremony was well underway he's like Jolene had said everyone was sitting outside on hay bales facing the bride and groom as we got closer we could hear the preacher saying something about the long journey they were about to embark upon together Jolene was mortified I can't believe we're late for this she said we didn't miss the vowels I pointed out I was trying to get my tie on as we walked who do we know here that's a doctor asked Clifford Jolene said Clifford you're not going to disrupt Margaret's waiting to find a doctor for that idiot he will be just fine Clifford thought about this and predictably deferred to Jolene's judgment we sat down in the back row just as our friend Amanda stood up and began to play something on her accordion Luke looked out over the assembled guests and swallowed deeply he appeared pale and unhappy Margaret's face was stern and resolute she looks nice in her white dress though and there were some flowers in her hair a man dot shut her eyes and swayed back and forth with the slow rhythm of what ever him that why she was playing on not according the song was interminable began to shift about on their hay bales and look at their watches we were all sweltering under the sun and I became increasingly worried about Willis back there in the car finally the preacher stepped forward and made a man just stop she nodded and took a seat the preacher smiled out at us and remarked what a handsome crowd we were everyone chuckled this process was taking for ever you know I can never understand why they always dragged to a wedding how like that we all couldn't wait to get out of the sun and find the bar the courtesy that if Willis were to die now I would have sucked on his leg for absolutely nothing the preacher backed up into the hands of Margaret and look into his own it was a bit of a hippie this preacher with a string a gray hair pulled back in a tight ponytail behind his head he wanted everyone to join in on the blessing we were supposed to channel good energy toward them or something like that I looked out toward the car and I saw that Willis had gotten up from the backseat he was standing there propped up against the car with his head resting in his hands he peered over in our direction and began limping awkwardly across the field his bad leg moved stiffly as if you were wrapped up in a cast eventually Willis fell down face first and did not get off was about to proclaim Margaret Luke man and wife but first he asked us all does anyone present know of a good reason why this couple should not be married for god speak now or forever hold your peace there was a long uncomfortable silence while people adjusted themselves again on those very scratchy hay bales Amanda stood up and strapped on her accordion again preparing to drone through yet another him Willis was still lying out there on his face and I couldn't stand it any longer I took advantage of the silence and I called out is anyone here a doctor the entire gathering jerked their heads around and glared at me I'm sorry I said I have no objection to the marriage I'm very sorry about that I just need to borrow a doctor it's very urgent there's a man on the meadow who got bit by a snake his leg is numb somebody called out was it triangle shaped I guess that was a standard question I said we thought perhaps it was someone asked if there was a rattle on its tail and I said I didn't know for sure but fought not an older gentleman from out front got to his feet and walks toward me I'm a doctor he said it was Margaret's grandfather Mr Fiske he was actually a veterinarian and he retired quite a few years ago but this was no time to be picking I'll be right back Mr Fiske said to his family just go on without me Jolene shot me a look of extreme contempt you son of a **** Clifford just stared down at his feet Mr fest hobbled up the aisle trying to move as quickly as he could we'll be right back I promise I'm very sorry for the disturbance waves of confusion washed over Luke's face Margaret better leptin prepared to soldier on Mr fast can I hustled out to the meadow and left all of that behind us I heard the preacher say now where were we and there were a few force chuckles from the gas I'm so sorry about this Mr Fiske I said I feel awful for pulling away all rights all rights and Mister Fiske I was falling asleep I'm I'm afraid markets chose a **** boy for house okay he's not so bad I said I didn't say was bad said Mr fast just slow now wears a sick person he's right out here I said we soon came upon Willis lying face down in the grass I was worried he had expired but then I saw his large body rise and fall with labored breaths what's got it here said Mr fast I he's been poisoned die said or he thinks he has Mr fest pushed it Willis's flashy side with the type of issue wake up he said Willis stirred a little and lifted his head is it a doctor he asked my dad Mr Fiske looked at me where do you find this fella he was standing by the road back there I said he got out of his car to relieve himself in something bit him see look there is lack the spot I'm Willis's leg was a bloody mess on account of my handy work with a knife a snake did that no I said I cut an axe over the bite mark in stocks some of the poison out Mr Fiske's face twisted up like you just eat a lemon what the hell do you do that for it's in the boy scout handbook all that organization is run by a bunch of lunatics lunatics in homosexuals did you know that no I didn't know that I said Clifford I think it was a cotton mouth that bit him Willis rolled over and gazed up at us Mr Fiske shook his head no son no you're not he called everyone son no matter what their age Willis here was probably fifty years old Mr fest pulled a silver flask from his breast pocket unscrew the cap and splashed some of the liquor on Willis's wound whether screamed all god it stands a better does to Mr fescue he took a nap from the flask and then passed it to me you better have some of this to sign after sucking on that boys let I touched the glass to my lips it made him tingle the liquor went down like hot syrup white lightning sinister fescue disinfectant he took back the flask and splashed a little bit more on Willis's lag then he made Willis take a swig himself who who said Willis after drinking it down what was that is that medicine are you a doctor on the veterinarian said Mr fast and you'll be just fine quit your whining get out of the sun we helped Willis to his feet and sat him down under a tree Mr fest gave him another hit off the flask and then told him to try to go to sleep the ceremony was over now we walked back to congratulate the new couple is he really gonna be alright I asked Mr fest archery as Mr Prescott I each took one last night from the silver flask and then he placed it back into his coat pocket by the time we returned most of the guests had made a beeline for the bar is a hard drinking crowd and that link the ceremony had not helped things a few people commented on the blood on my outfit chin I had to re adjust my tie in but not my coach no one seems to be concerned about Willis's condition Luke's father a wiry fellow with strange leathery skin told me he had chopped off the head of a rattle snake with an axe one time when he went to fetch the skull as a souvenir the detached head bit him right on the hair just like an old Yeller I remember the heart of old Yeller but I told him that was a remarkable story I asked him if you cut an X. mark over the bike and sucked out the poison everybody knows that trait don't work she said everybody but Clifford and make I went to find Clifford and he was busy with Joe lean and I didn't want to encounter her I or a bluegrass band started up in people who did this Margaret and Luke danced around in front of us Luke got dizzy and he had to sit down Margaret's father took over and he tried to get the band to slow the tempo but they wouldn't then the rest of us join Denning whooped up until dinner I bought a plate of barbecue over to Willis but he was still asleep under the tree where we had left him he was breathing heavy appeared okay so I placed the plate of food beside him and went back to the festivities as dinner wound down Lou got up and told us all to be quiet he held up his glass and said this is the most important day of my life so far I never thought I'd get married it just wasn't something I thought I'd want to do but Margot here convinced me it was a good idea and well well we'll just see how it goes then he got out a guitar and played a Willie Nelson song to all the girls.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:16 min | 1 year ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Courtesy that if Willis were to die now I would have sucked on his leg for absolutely nothing the preacher backed up into the hands of Margaret and look into his own it was a bit of a hippie this preacher within stringing gray hair pulled back in a tight ponytail behind his head he wanted everyone to join in on the blessing we were supposed to channel good energy toward them or something like that I looked out toward the car and I saw that Willis had gotten up from the backseat he was standing there propped up against the car with his head resting in his hands he peered over in our direction and then began limping awkwardly across the field his bad leg moved stiffly as if you were wrapped up in a cast eventually Willis fell down face first and did not get off the preacher was about to proclaim Margaret look man and wife but first he asked us all does anyone present know of a good reason why this couple should not be married before god speak now or forever hold your peace there was a long uncomfortable silence while people adjusted themselves again on those very scratchy hay bales Amanda stood up and strapped on her accordion again preparing to drone through yet another him Willis was still lying out there on his face and I couldn't stand it any longer I took advantage of the silence and I called out is anyone here a doctor the entire gathering jerked their heads around and glared at me I'm sorry I said I have no objection to the marriage I'm very sorry about that I just need to borrow a doctor it's very urgent there's a man on the meadow who got bit by a snake his leg is numb somebody called out was it triangle shaped I guess that was a standard question I said we thought perhaps it was someone asked if there was a rattle on its tail and I said I didn't know for sure but fought not an older gentleman from up front got to his feet and walks toward me I'm a doctor he said it was Margaret's grandfather Mr Fiske he was actually a veterinarian and he retired quite a few years ago but this was no time to be picking I'll be right back Mr Fiske said to his family just go on without me Jolene shot me a look of extreme contempt you son of a **** Clifford just stared down at his feet Mr fest hobbled up the aisle trying to move as quickly as he could we'll be right back I promise I'm very sorry for the disturbance waves of confusion washed over Luke's face Margaret better leptin prepared to soldier on Mr fast can I hustled out to the meadow and left all of that behind us I heard the preacher say now where were we and there were a few force chuckles from the gas I'm so sorry about this Mr Fiske I said I feel awful for pulling away all rights all rights and Mister Fiske I was falling asleep I'm I'm afraid markets chosen a **** boy for house well he's not so bad I said I didn't say was bad said Mr face just slow now wears a sick person he's right out here I said we soon came upon Willis lying face down in the grass I was worried he had expired but then I saw his large body rise and fall with labored breaths what's got into him said Mr fast I he's been poisoned I said or he thinks he has Mr fest pushed it Willis's flashy side with the type of issue wake up he said Willis stirred a little and lifted his head is it a doctor he asked my dad Mr Fiske looked at me where do you find this fella he was standing by the road back there I said he got out of his car to relieve himself in something bit him see a look there is lack the spot on Willis's leg was a bloody mass on account of my handy work with a knife a snake did that Mr first no I said I cut an axe over the bite mark in such some of the poison out Mr first face twisted up like you just need a lemon what the hell do you do that for it's in the boy scout handbook all that organization is run by a bunch of lunatics it takes an homosexuals did you know that no I didn't know that I said Clifford I think it was a cotton mouth that bit him Willis rolled over and gazed up at us Mr Fiske shook his head no son no you're not he called everyone son no matter what their age Willis here was probably fifty years old Mr fest pulled a silver flask from his breast pocket unscrewed the cap and splashed some of the liquor on Willis's wound whether screamed all god it stands I'll bet it does Mister fantastic he took a nap from the flask and then passed it to me you better have some of this to sign after sucking on the boy's legs I touched the glass to my lips it made him tingle the liquor went down like hot syrup white lightning sinister fest disinfectant he took back the flask and splashed a little bit more in Willis's lack it then he made Willis take a swig himself who who said Willis after drinking it down what was that is that medicine are you a doctor I'm a veterinarian said Mr fast and you'll be just fine quit your whining get out of the sun we helped Willis to his feet and sat him down under a tree Mr fest gave him another hit off the flask and then told him to try to go to sleep the ceremony was over now we walked back to congratulate the new couple is he really gonna be alright I asked Mr fest archery as Mr Prescott I each took one last night from the silver flask and then he placed it back into his coat pocket by the time we returned most of the guests had made a beeline for the bar is a hard drinking crowd and that link the ceremony had not helped things a few people commented on the blood on my outfit I had to re adjust my tie in but not my coach no one seems to be concerned about Willis's condition Luke's father a wiry fellow with strange leathery skin told me he had chopped off the head of a rattle snake with an axe one time when he went to fetch the skull as a souvenir the detached head bit him right on the head just like an old Yeller I do remember the heart of old Yeller but I told him that was a remarkable story I asked him if you cut an axe mark over the bite and suck out the poison everybody knows that trick don't work she said everybody but Clifford in me I went to find Clifford and he was busy with Joe lean and I didn't want to encounter her I or a bluegrass band started up in people who did this Margaret and Luke danced around in front of us Luke got dizzy and he had to sit down Margaret's father took over and he tried to get the band to slow the tempo but they wouldn't then the rest of us join Danny whooped up until dinner I bought a plate of barbecue over to Willis but he was still asleep under the tree where we had left him he was breathing heavy appeared okay so I placed the plate of food beside him and went back to the festivities as dinner wound down Lou got up and told us all to be quiet he held up his glass and said this is the most important day of my life so far I never thought I'd get married it just wasn't something I thought I'd want to do the market here convinced me it was a good idea and well well we'll just see how it goes then he got out a guitar and played a Willie Nelson song to all the girls I've loved before Margaret got up and said she didn't know what to say after that I know some of you think Luke isn't good enough for me but you don't know on the way I do he's a good man Jolene was crying but I wasn't sure about white Clifford decided to stand up and make a speech as well can you tell our real inspiration I know you're gonna be very happy he said those of us who are married already appreciate it we really appreciate it when our friends get hitched to because now we're all in it together so what I mean to say is if you stick with it you will find rewards really I just don't get divorced especially if you have children Jolene his to Clifford and told him to sit down she pinched me and said I should go up there and retrieve him but I was wary of making another spectacle of myself Clifford rambled on a little while longer he told us about how he and Joe lean had been trying to have kids but he fought his sperm was shaped long and couldn't swim correct some of them have to head she said I mean imagine if one of them made it through and then what would happen that that's a when will it showed up he wandered up next to Clifford and stood there with a big wide grin on his face is light blue suit was all crumpled in a shirt was on down and there was a big splotch of barbecue sauce on his chest well I suppose he'd fallen over into the plate of food that I had left for he didn't seem to mind this though he was more relaxed and his limbs wasn't so bad he patted Clifford on the back and then gave him a Big Bear hug Clifford reciprocated and then sat down much to Jillian's relief Willis stayed up there though gazing out over the bewildered wedding guests with a wide joyful smile and a loud booming voice Willis at people I stared into the cold facing death today I'm not the grim reaper himself and here I am alive to tell the tale now I'm not a religious man for the most part I think one god is just as good as another but today today I found Jesus I just want to tell you that this what he must be a blessed union because it is already saved one poor wretch like me I was out there alone loaded full of the serpent's fandom well along came these fine people with bad Willis pointed us they show me mercy they suck the poison from my veins and delivered me from an eternity and hail where's that broad where's the groom I want to thank them personally for bringing on the angels that save my life Willis yanked looking Margaret up front with him and they all engaged in a tip C. three way high Luke's father marched up there and join them and so did the long haired creature soon there was a whole bunch of people hugging each other and one happy mass even Amanda the accordion player in old Mr Fiske joined Amanda broke away and started playing Amazing Grace and Willis push them all away so that he could sing along when he was done Luke's father hugged him again and they both fell down Jolene didn't know what to make of this Margaret she said and got up to powder her nose Clifford took a long sip from his drink his eyes were all glassy in a way I had never seen them before most likely he would have no memory of this night's proceedings after dinner they cut open the cake and then there was a big bonfire out back Luke saying a few more songs and everyone slapped Willis on the back congratulating him on surviving that sneak attack Mr first pulled out his silver flask again and Clifford took a swig and announced he needed to lie down help me with him Georgie said a voice from behind me it was telling I help to walk Clifford over to the hay bales week we laid him down in relative privacy I started to walk back to the bonfire but Joe lean just stood there looking at me I didn't want to meet her eyes but I could tell there was absolutely no way around it Jolene let out a sigh Clifford can't drive now you'll be out here for hours she said I'll drive I said no you won't she said I'm sorry about all this Jolene I said about Willis belt loop me chilling shook her head it's just such disappointments she said I wondered which one of us was the biggest disappointment to her or if it was just all of us put together Jolene spice got a little bit wet T. she wiped at their edges she looked very pretty like that I'm not sure if I mentioned how pretty Jolene could be just quite a beauty there was no denying that it was sort of a shame she ended up with clef actually at least that's the way I felt about it just down I wasn't thinking too clearly I stepped forward and I bent down to kiss her I was going to show her that they were still a few good things left to look forward to that's what I was thinking my lips touched hers and she pulled away it was a terrifically according to a don she could've slapped me right then they have been justified instead she just sort of Georgie Hey I'm sorry right of course you are let's go back to the party I said yeah let's go you smell like a brewery all of you do I wiped my mouth with Willis is tight and wandered back toward the fire Clifford woke up at some point to manage to drive Jolene home they left without me which was fine I didn't want to have to sit in the car with them all the way back I stuck it out until the end with Willis Luke Amanda and that hippie preacher Margaret had gone to bed long ago loop didn't want us to leave in cap making a man to play songs on her accordion but finally we just had to go Willis and I caught a ride back with.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"You fled my video flew mobile how could you asked a question that i'm your researcher us mia when you get the ball is big enough to ask me just talked me announcement looking to answer accident very smart and computer give me on his answers but you're not going to be the routing i'm gonna ask you again the georgia do not wanna internet sequestered you're sick and i'm not that stick that i won't transit i'll tell you anything i'm only so lucky joke polls toan talk about staying at his nose you you sick passed a look at your roof hisarak view nausea due to try loma writing a little less eating maybe that who got lessons on the common section you six mary now you're stop day in all me on everyone else you understand blanco cracking up screwball you daniel man and on rises away and you'll be off it and peace thanks to the police glad to have our next guest i refer to him as mr fiske withdrew fists such a you're on the twitter razor fist with zero right with zero zero no and then his two and then his youtube is was it is it slash c slash rage a hollick mr fist to we have that right but flesh sees slash rachel hologram ads what why this is what you are you trying to make it impossible for people to find you it's because of susan woosh gig gig darrell fraudulous tick xpo widow shas eulogies she's our next guest actually in the form of clint how.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

Let's Talk About Cars YO!

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

"People will go crazy about that's that's all i'm saying and up at sad to say this but on the second hand market that what a what a buried in again a board davis look if if if that's exactly where value really does like take a hit it will i i'm all for it by and fight what do you think i'll be worth and five years on enough forget five years by the way five you might not have a year this coming out it's going to be at 110 doubt give me the fiveyear give me the fiveyear them a amid at 110 your ivy your number yeah hang on five your number sixty man what a car for sixty granda yeah and i i of an a ninety nine guys it'll be lies years we're going to have a brand new generation of philosophers coming in detroit i mea the ed this is going to be the greatest this is going to be the greatest era of the 50 60 thousand motor floss her oh yeah oh yeah by the way i had one other thing i wanted to bring up about the vantage before we moved on to your good newsbad news at the i saw with you later you're about the coup ed that is the similarities between the the rear of the vantage and the fiscal emotion ludi in by the way we're we're looking at this obviously guys are listening to the pot all mad i recommend you guys look up the fiscal emotion back picture and the as yet eurobond for a yellow the vat oh but outside will do that until homeowners so just go to somalia coming you'll see the comparison between the two of them to so you'll know in a little background pfister mr fiske are used to design the designed the the vantage line yeah he designed advantage in two thousand five in two thousand five so why now let me ask you this.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"Two tremors expert well you know we've been talking about electric cars more and more but for some reason they're not selling as well as i think the the auto industry thought they may maybe it's because the price of gas came down and then there's henrik fiscal the guy that made the fiscal karma of which i would say is probably the most beautiful of all electric cars in his car even head solar panels on the roof which i thought was absolutely brilliant i've just read that pfister is back at it again with the fiscal emotion luxury electric car set for production in 2019 and at features design elements never seen before in the automotive industry and i can read it to you but i've got him on the phone right here so what are we hear it from bob mr fiske grew absolve henry tryscorer thanks for joining us great yeah thank your so we here i have a lot of questions for you as you i understand you're on the 405 in traffic which means we have as much time we need but a right so maybe first of all give us state of the union of henrik fiscal and his companies what's going on with you yeah so we started off miskar inc last year and we are working on his career emotion for quite a while which we really wanted to be the most revolutionary electric on the market so i really want changed the world portions of what is this the future over car designed the vehicle around the battery forgiving optimized space through the battery and also create more serious faith goes to be now don't have a gasoline engine and a gas tank at the rear so the crowd looked quite unique it looked more voller fourdoor support car even housed in areas pays what bmw 7series so i had also we have an extremely long range so over for a mile range and ultra fastcharging one hundred twenty five miles cruel and we can charged nine minutes wow now you're talking right technology is moving right along and you guys are going to a tap into the latest technology because you're a small company you can turn on a dime you can pivot and use you know not have to be stuck in some big contract that's the.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I a he's been poison dai said or he thinks he has mr fist pushed willisch is fleshy side with the tip of his shoe wake up he said willis stirred a little and lifted his head is it a doctor he asked about dad mr fist looked at me but did you find this fela he was standing by the road back there i said he got out of his car to relieve himself in something bit him see look there it is leg the spot on willis his leg was a bloody mass on account of my handiwork with a knife a snake did that as mr i know i said i cut in exsoviet the bite mark and saw some of the poison out mr fists face twisted up like he just eating a limited what the hell did you do that for but it's in the boy scout handbook all that organization is robot budget lunatics lunatics at homosexuals didn't you know that i know i didn't know that i said clifford thinks it was a cotton mouth that bit him willis rolledover engaged up at us humbug am i going to die mr fiske shook his head no saw no you're not he called everyone son no matter what their age willis here was probably fifty years old mr fest pull the silver flask from his breast pocket unscrewed the cap and splashed some of the liquor on willis wound willis screened oh god it's stands abetted does mr fiske he took a nap from the flask and then passed it to me you better have some of this to sign after sucking on that boy's leg i touch the last two my lips it made them tingle the liquor went down like hot syrup white lightning said mr best disinfectant he took back the flask and splashed a little bit more on willis his leg then he made willis take us wake himself who said willis after breaking down what was that is that medicine are you a doctor on the veterinary and said.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My life willis gained lukin margaret up front with him and they all engaged in a tipsy three way hug luke's father marched up there enjoying them and so did the longhaired preacher soon there was a whole bunch of people hugging each other in one happy mass even a man to the accordion player in old mr fiske joined in amanda broke away it started playing amazing grace and willis pushed them all away so that he could sing along when he was done luke's father hugged him again and they both fell down jolie didn't know what to make of this oh margaret she said and got up to powder her knows clifford took a long sipped from his drink his eyes all glassy in a way i had never seen him before most likely he would have no memory of this nights proceedings after dinner they cut open the cake and then there was a big bonfire fire out back in luke saying a few more songs in everyone's slapped willis on the back congratulating him on surviving that's nick attack mr fiske pulled out his silver flask again and clifford took a swig and announced he needed to lie down helped me with him giorgi said a voice from behind me it was joe i hope to walk clifford over for today hey bales where we laid him down in relative privacy i started to walk back to the bonfire but joelene just stood there looking at me i didn't want to meet her eyes but i could tell there was absolutely no way around it joe lean let out a sigh clifford can't drive now he'll be out here for hours she said i'll dry life i said oh no you won't she said i'm sorry about all this joelene i said about willis about luke me julian sugar ahead such disappointments she said a wondered which one of us was the biggest disappointment to her or if it was just all of us put together joel edens is got a little bit wet tissue white did their edges she she looked very pretty like that i'm not sure if i mentioned how pretty lean could be she's quite a beauty there was no denying that was sort of shane cheat ended up with cliff actually at least that's the way i felt.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fiske and you'll be just fine quit your wine and get out of the sun we helped willis to his feet and sat him down under a tree mr fiske gave him another hit off the flask and then told him to try to go to sleep the ceremony was over now and we walked back to congratulate the new couple is he really gonna be all right i asked mr fest alshihri is mr fiscal each took one last net from the silver flask and then he placed it back into his pocket by the time we returned most of the guests had made a beeline for the bar was a harddrinking crowd and that lengthy ceremony had helped things a few people commented on the blood on my outfitted tim i had to readjust my tie in button up my coat noone seemed to concerned about willis condition luke's father wiry fellow with strange leathery skinned told me he had chopped off the head of rattlesnake with an ax one time when he went to fetch the skull as as who the near the detached head bit him right on hand just like an old yellower i remember that part of old yellower but i told him that was a remarkable story i asked him if he cut an x mark over the bite and sucked out the poison i'll everybody knows that trick don't work he said everybody but clifford in me i went to find clifford and he was busy with joe lean than i didn't want to encounter her i r a bluegrass spin started up and people who did this margaret and luke danced around in front of us luke got dizzy and he had to sit down margaret's father took over it he tried to get the ban to slow the tempo but they wouldn't then the rest of us join in whooped up until dinner i bought a plate of a barbecue over to willis but he was still sleep under the tree where we'd left him he was breathing and he appeared okay swipe placed the played a food beside him and went back to the festivities as dinner wound down luke.

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"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"mr fiske" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A he's been poison die said or he thinks he has mr fist pushed it willisch is fleshy side with the tippett issue wake up he said willis stirred a little and lifted his head is it a doctor the asked emma dead mr fiske looked at me but did you find this fela he was standing by the road back there i said he got out of his car to relieve himself in something did him see look there at is leg the spot on willis his leg was a bloody mass on account of my handiwork with a knife a snake did that as mr i know i said i cut an x over the vite mark sucks some of the poison out mr fists face twisted up like he just eaten eleven what the hell did you do that for but it's in the boy scout handbook all that organization is run by budget lunatics lunatics at homosexuals didn't you know that i know i didn't know that i said clifford things it was a cotton mouth that that him willis rolled over engaged up at us humbug di mr fiske shook his head no son no you're not he called everyone son no matter what their age willis here was probably fifty years old mr fist pull the silver flask from his breast pocket unscrewed the cap and splashed some of the liquor on willis's wound willis screamed oh my god it's things abetted does mr fiske he took a nipped from the flask and then he passed it to me you better have some of this to sign after sucking on that boy's leg i touch the flask to my lips it made them tingle the liquor went down like hot syrup wide lightning said mr fiske disinfectant you took back the flask and splashed a little bit more on willis his leg then he made willis take us week himself who who said willis after drinking down what was that is that medicine are you a doctor on a veterinarian said mr.

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