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"mr karlsson" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

07:59 min | 4 d ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

"Second. How do you think secretary of state entity blinken was not even a month after afghanistan withdrawal to get to field questions about a non existent mute button. What's next now secretary lincoln. I want to ask you about the americans. Still trying to leave afghanistan. But before i do. Does the president taped pictures of naked. Ladies on the inside of aviator's also anytime you find yourself on the same page as brian kilmeade. That's a hint. You're doing it wrong. It's like looking over during the sat's and realizing you have the same answers as the kid who has to sing the bunny rabbits song to tie issues. The answers written on your hand all no. That's just sat so i don't forget what tests i'm taking. This is what the right is talking about. Rather than actual policy and that's because biden's cove policies are fairly popular with the majority of americans including his newly announced vaccine mandate which multiple polls have now shown has majority of sport back even a fox news. Poll out this weekend found the voter support mask. Mandates and biden's new vaccine requirements whether in businesses indoor establishments or schools sixty nine percent of people say that wearing a is a good way to help and fifty four percent of people support mandatory proof of vaccine to enter indoor establishments the survey found a majority of respondents support mask and vaccine mandates for schools at businesses. Though is funny to me. When fox conducts an accurate polled that contradicts what their own hosts are telling their audience. That's as damning as a result of their pull. Do you think. Joe biden lives in the basement or a different part of the white house. I mean their own polling is telling them mask in vaccine. Mandates are popular with the majority of americans and yet they're host are still saying stuff like this if they can force you to take a vaccine that you don't need what can't they do. Why don't they. I don't know make you take psychiatric drugs. If you're persistently disobedient express the wrong view. Thursday and shot. Why couldn't they do that. What's the limiting principle on them. In fact you can imagine a panel of cnn. Doctors explained that we'd all be a lot safer if the mentally ill propagandists on the radical right. Got the treatment. They need and stops reading. They're dangerous conspiracy theories so giving them psychotropic. Meds is an urgent matter of public health. Does that sound farfetched. Why is tucker so concerned that someone might give him psychotropic drugs. It's awfully specific for him to use as a random example. They'd come up recently. Like his last physical. All right tucker mostly great blood pressure a little high. And have you ever thought about thorazine. Also if you don't want people recommending psychotropic meds tried to drop that quiet chuckle. You did yourself. You never see you guys sitting on a bench and central park laughing and nothing and think i'm going to go ask that guy for stock. Tips will say this though cable news ever gets boring. Tucker he'd make a hell of improviser because my man knows how to heighten if they can force you to take vaccine. What can't they force you to do. Can they force you to take psychotropic meds. Make you wear a seatbelt. Make you put your shoes on at olive garden even though they tell you when you hear your family and then when you try to fill a briefcase with unlimited breadsticks call security and when you explain to them that if they didn't want people to put bread sticks in their suitcases they should put a sign up saying as much can they then roll their eyes and say. Let's please not do this again. Mr karlsson because it's the same argument made time you were there and when you say you sign right there and point to the wall behind them and then run for the front door when they turn around only to crash into hostess station. 'cause they stand over you pointing and laughing. Well i'm to tell you they can because it happened to me last night every day it just becomes clear and clearer. These guys have no idea what they're talking about for example congressman madison. Cawthorn one newsmax last week and said this is this is a medical apartheid plain and simple. There's over one. Hundred million americans who are not vaccinated. I think it's even more than that. And if they want to start shutting down air travel for these people to get around the country i guess actually a constitutional violation because you actually have a constitutionally protected right to free unrestricted travel within the united states of america and i generally believe that. What's going on right now. is that all. that's going to happen. If united airlines and american airlines and delta even if they decide short requiring vaccine mandate let me tell you. I'm very confident. They will be another area that will come to the deal and patriots like myself and you give them all of our business. Yes everyone knows. You have a constitutional right unrestricted air travel. Who can forget. Paul revere famous words one of my land two if by sea three by southwest this hour layover chicago midway also. Imagine of what he said came. True in there wasn't airline. That's specifically served the unvaccinated. No frills no rules okay. Us patriot airlines you. Don't board by group number you board based on how much you love america and there will be disagreements allergic to peanuts too bad. We put it in the coffee and the armrest always belongs. Whoever wanted the most patriot airlines arrival gate. Oh is a team air. Marshals waiting to make arrests guys really think the constitution says you have the right to get on an airplane unvaccinated and cough all over everyone although as we know there are apparently some prominent republicans who do believe airplanes. Were around during the writing of the constitution. The continental army suffered a bitter winter of valley forge found glory across the waters of the delaware and seized victory from cornwallis of yorktown army man. The it ran the ramparts. It took over the airport's it did everything it had to do. When that speech was over even trump wished his staff had a mute. Button today airports instead of ramparts. I'm afraid so. Mr president but that's where the buttons for that way. Do this. you know how you press the button. Progressives are pushing forward with a transformative bill that would expand health care why in the social safety net and tackle climate change among many other things. Meanwhile the gop has no interest in debating ideas so instead they meltdown about vaccines and make up conspiracy about presidential buttons. These guys shouldn't be in congress. They barely qualified to work at banana. Republic there's a closer look from the network that brings you. This is us comes ordinary. Joe a powerful new drama that asks the question. What if what if one decision could change your whole life. What if you could see the road. You didn't take ordinary. Joe is a show about hope family. And what could have been. It's filled with characters. You'll love and emotional moment. You'll never forget ordinary joe. Mondays ten nine central on nbc and streaming the next day on peacock i guess tonight is an oscar nominated golden globe winning actress. You know from films like american hustle advice as well as hbo sharp objects she starts endear. Evan hansen which is in theaters. september twenty fourth. Please welcome back to this. Show amy adams hello amy. It's always good to see you. I said it's good to see you too. How are you. I am wonderful. This is now the third time. I've been lucky enough to check in with you remotely and i want to just see where we're going. As far as hobbies. I feel like early on. We were messing around with stringed instruments. Felt like maybe we abandoned that one. Did i did a band well. Yup did you felt like you were gonna maybe say no but then you came. You found your way to the truth. I was gonna maybe baby lie on that one and then i thought now the truth is is easier. Yeah then we talked a little about dancing. I feel like your daughter really has the skills that maybe made you think she's my daughter. I probably have the skills to house the dancing going. Danson's going okay. I i had been dancing for a film that we'll talk about later. But i thought okay. I'm going to get into this talk thing very.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Strategists

The Strategists

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Strategists

"As a toa ta ta there you go Pretending to never have heard heard it before. Core your take on on this vice headline about tucker carlson calling justin trudeau mussalini just casually you know. The chiron underneath him said something along. The lines of like neighbor has lost. Its mind and i just felt that was just rang. So true for us. Here in canada's mussalini well known for a lot of atrocities but making the trains run on time. And when you got off said train you put into a hotel for four days right And obviously a perfect comp i mean. This is godwin's law. Of course you're going to have fascist brought into the conversation in some way shape or form especially if you're watching tucker carlson show. I mean like this. I i would like to say this is just a tucker carlson thing you know. He's a bad example of everything. Generally but american media and its view of candidates crazy. You know i hear. Our healthcare system has death panels. I hear our healthcare system has no problems whatsoever. I hear nanaimo bars have some crazy ass ratio. Only stephen carter could get behind here. You know that we called the day cannabis was legalized. I don't know what to do with american. I've never heard about that before. You know like this was in the new york times. This is part of the the amazing streak of headlines. That new york times is at about this country. I am begging americans to just ignore anything you're media says about this country it is just like it's the craziest fiction i have ever seen And what concerns me is that maybe that's just true of reporting of all other countries for everyone and we're all living in fantasy lands about this. Maybe all here that october fest isn't the biggest deal in the world in germany. Maybe maybe britain is not this crazy place that just separated from europe. Maybe it's all wrong name. It's all fake. Maybe it's all wrong. Stephen carter i know you are a a big proponent of grown men wearing bow ties of which tucker. Carlson occasionally sports. He doesn't do that anymore. I'm disappointed it used to be a thing. let me. he's still does it every now and then let me just say. Let me just read to you. A judge's opinion of a lawsuit. This is this is basically argued by fox about tucker carlson she so this is the judge and she wrote fox. Persuasively argues that given mr karlsson's reputation any reasonable viewer arrives with appropriate amount of skepticism about the statement. He makes the general tenor of the show. Could be informed. Should then inform the viewer. That carlson's not stating actual facts about the topic. He discusses at his instead engaging an exaggeration and non literal commentary. That's the fox lawyers. The fox lawyers are basically saying a no one takes this clown seriously. So why are we taking this clown. Seriously he's just an absolute clown. The thing that bothers me is tucker carlson's viewers do take him seriously. And this is the problem in one day. We'll go back and look at know. Look at the consequences of reagan eliminating the fair broadcast act and fairness and broadcasting. But this consequence will haunt us for some time until until such an act as reinstated. Now that's dumb..

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

Dark Secret Place

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on Dark Secret Place

"They were speaking in uniform on duty. Officially they were not pentagon public affairs. The way i would have dealt with this pentagon public affairs person in a civilian suit or a personnel checks in business attire would come out and said the pentagon officially disagrees and abhors these comments by mr karlsson. And if he wants to discuss policy he can. He's welcome to invite us onto his show and then walk away instead. Clearly they told senior enlisted guys right out of central casting to get on social media and start posting these things so this guy the space force marine corps major. He was the first that i started doing. I'll see we can get the audio next break. But he made he had to make the point that tucker. Carlson never served a day in his life. And then the sergeant major of the army when on cnn and had do make the point that tucker carlson never served a day in his life and the anchor. Said that tucker. Carlson never served in uniform pregnancy or otherwise day in his life and there was a lot of spiking the football on the fact that tucker carlson never served in uniform and then his command sergeant major ben lemon. Dwi cerny because tucker. Carlson said on thursday this afternoon the department of defense issued a press release attacking this show press secretary smites fox host like we're a hostile foreign power remarkable where we'll respond to eight. Pm eastern on fox news at another army sergeant major replied to him and said the dod didn't attack your show. We absolutely disagree with you. Trust me you know the dod attack you. it's a doctrinal term any replied to his own tweet to be clear. This isn't a political stance at tucker. Tucker carlson came at my family women in the military are my sisters. I defend my family. Defend another doctrinal. Defend another doctoral firm and the sergeant major of the army gave them a little pat on the head for that re tweeted him three hours ago. This i mean this is still going on four days later. They're attacking us sibling journals. They sergeant major of the army michal. Grinstein said to the re tweeted the guy who said to be clear. This isn't political. You attack might family. He says important distinction. The message is wrong. Regardless of the messenger. Thanks command sergeant major for making that clear so so the senior enlisted guys who look great on camera. They look like every cliche. That civilians who never served in the military look are out there. Not not senior generals everything or actual policy makers who should be up there explaining the policy but they have these guys out there attacking tucker carlson. And if you've never served in the army marine corps. I don't speak for the air force coast guard. Whatever but in the marine corps if you make it to brigadier general or sergeant major you are a politician you you're all in it's a career for you and clearly. The dogs are out. The word is out that in this administration pushing back on anyone on fox news who says something in fact what tucker carlson said was effing ignorant. The product of someone who has never served a day in uniform. Because he i if you've been down range in the past twenty years you've been down ranch with female combat troops and you you learn to respect them or you learn to get out but what what's going on is so un seemingly attacking civilian journalist and insulting the fact that he didn't serve. Hey i got news.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Economist: Editor's Picks

The Economist: Editor's Picks

08:25 min | 10 months ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Economist: Editor's Picks

"Next. How long will sweden's nationalists being excluded from power to young men. Andreas pov and yulia. Croon sit in a bar swapping anecdotes about the native sweden. The welfare system is so lax that an immigrant drew benefits while serving as defense minister of iraq. A lecturer was suspended because students complained. That lesson about fatherhood was hetero. Normative and one million crooner. That's one hundred. Sixteen thousand dollars of taxpayers cash was ninety. Stone aren't intended not for human is but for those of birds and some of the details are disputed. The iraqi politician nigel giamatti. A swedish citizen denies committing benefit. Fraud but stories. Like these help. Explain why. Mr pov and mr croon on members of the sweden democrats a nationalist party. They believe that sweden is under threat from immigrants who drain the welfare state from radicals who undermine traditional values and from an establishment that stigmatizes voices of common sense like their own storytelling in politics. Voters remember good yan more easily than any statistic. And the sweden democrats tell a simple emotive one that non-european immigrants are ruining sweden and a left-wing government is letting them in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when it was founded. The ponti was dismissed as a rabble of neo nazis but since the nineteen nineties it has purged vert racists and cleaned up its image it gained momentum in two thousand fifteen in sweden opened its doors to refugees letting in over one hundred sixty thousand one point six percent of the population moose from culturally distant places such as soon as afghanistan the government mishandled the influx shouting the newcomers with handouts but making it hard for them to work for example the defacto minimum wage shops hotels and restaurants these nearly ninety percent of the average wage in those industries pricing newcomers still learning swedish out of entry level jobs. The open door policy was quickly reversed but the site of so many jobless muslims lynch credibility to the sweden democrats message at an election in twenty eighteen. The party won seventeen point five percent of the vote to keep it out of power. Mainstream parties had deform unstable coalitions an upsurge in violence between ethnic gangs as given the sweden. Democrats another boost. The majority society is losing control. Over areas of sweden says mathias carlsson an mp and ponte's chief ideologue. He wants to hire more police. Pay them better and swiftly deport foreign criminals when an afghan commits a crime in sweden. He says human rights. People say we can't guarantee his safety in afghanistan so they let him out the streets again. An increase in recorded sex crimes is to a large extent cultural says mr karlsson noting that sweden token many refugees from sexiest countries. Reality is more complicated. Sweden expanded its definition of rape in twenty thirteen and counsel differently from other countries. If a woman says her boyfriend assaulted her daily for a year sweden records three hundred sixty five offenses other countries might record only one so the claim komen on old right websites that immigration has made sweden the rape capital of the world is known since still crime rates among refugees really are higher than among native born swedes. Partly because so many jobless on the party's approached the topic gingerly the fear of sounding racist. The sweden democrats have no such hang ups. We say what you think is their slogan. The party is planning for the long term. it's leaders swap notes with american republicans. Mr karlsson has set up a think. Tank mr croon runs a fast growing federation students. Many are tired of political correctness. He says and need a new home. Outside the opinion corridor of socially acceptable by lift liberal views up a national level center right parties have resisted the temptation to cut a deal with the sweden democrats though it would give them a swift path to power but the tabu is fading. Local politicians have already taken the plunge. The sweden democrats enjoyed power or a share of it in several towns especially in the conservative south. Some of their local leaders ridley incompetent but others are eager to show that they are not scary and can handle the humdrum tasks of government. The maltese showcase is solves spoke. A town of seventeen thousand. The mayor. Louise erickson is the ex partner of the party's national leader. Jimmy orchiston she is popular pro business and unashamedly populist. She boasts of hiring more security guards. Banning begging and borrowing visits nursing homes to protect the elderly from covid nineteen. She favors drug tests in schools and repatriation for immigrants. Who refuse to be part of a swedish society. She accuses the mainstream parties of weakening. Good old swedish togetherness she is to have. National ambitions. ericson came to power. Thanks to a deal with the right. Moderate party whose national leaders opposed it but a local one. Emily pill tomah went to hate the bread and butter reasons was built on. Says she wanted to bring down a krunia. St- left wing administration boost local business and provide more choice in childcare. However she later fell out with miss eriksson who she says. Would give counselors only a few minutes to read key documents before making a decision on them. Something she says was bad for democracy. Miss eriksson denies this. Mr carlson is very optimistic. That the sweden democrats will gain a share of national power. Perhaps after election twenty twenty two. Nils karlsson relation of ratio. A research institute predicted that the center right will not join a formal coalition with them but might form a lucid arrangement whereby sweden democrats consent to a center right government in exchange for policy concessions. That scares me a lot. He adds meanwhile the mainstream parties of all but adopted the sweden democrats policies on shutting out new refugees martinez. Carlson suggestion that sweden does not send. Afghans back to afghanistan would come as news to jacob not his real name. Who was deported lost. Here he's claimed to asylum appeared watertight. He arrived in sweden a fourteen year old orphan and a member of a persecuted minority. He had fled afghanistan. His father disappeared and was probably murdered. By the taliban. He has studied hard. The and swedish and stayed out of trouble. He is now back in kabul. Taking maths classes yesterday. When i was in school a rocket exploded outside and again. Today it's hard. He says the swedish family who took him in while he was in sweden. The vin bugs found him a permanent job at a trendy. Vegetarian restaurant in stockholm. In theory he should get a work visa and be allowed to return but hans fienberg academic france that the government is doing everything it can to keep refugees out. The climate has changed. He.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

14:25 min | 2 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"April of two thousand six tucker carlson announced he would no longer complimented nondescript dark suits with the boat ties it'd become his on screen trademark he hasn't won since but he has kind of become one by which i mean that like a bow tie pompous attention seeking fusty in kind of amusing intentionally not for example a segment on yesterday's episode of fox news program tucker carlson tonight was predictably papas attention seeking and frosty but it also seems like it was intended to be amusing exhibited the frequent smirking of both mr karlsson in his guests cultural critic james caneiro exit would be the ridiculous titled they came up with mr karlsson was first speaking usa stands alone against the metric system almost every nation on earth has fallen under the yoke of tyranny the metric system from beijing to win those areas from lusaka london the people the world have been forced to measure their environment in millimeters and kylo grams united states is he only major country there's resisted but we have no reason to be ashamed freezing feet pounds so says new criterion editor james pinero we spoke with him recently tucker carlson's droll mispronunciation of kylo look grams signals that were in for some fun like both high level fun and indeed we were mr pinero pronounced himself in time much right and be ken and began his argument with this knee slapper well today as you mentioned the united states stands nearly alone in the world and maintaining customary measures inch the pound the foot the mile and we should stand tall on our own two feet i say a limo sort of just the two of them discussed the history of the metric system games pinero outlined regions of measurements like the mile and acre all of which are frankly weird and then having established the modern metric is rooted in the french revolution mr pinero made this argument the french revolution went all in for ten they tried to impose a ten day week a hundred hours yes a hundred minutes a hundred second they had a whole revolutionary calendar now the metric system with its tens is what remains of their radicalism now that sounds reasonable actually counting my ten it's pretty good we have ten fingers you could count your money in ten it's good for abstract relations if not great for measuring things in the real world there's a reason why are measurement system is twelve eights and sixties it comes from ancient knowledge ancient wisdom from the romans twelve and the babylonians sixty why because those numbers divided up easily into thirds for have enables common people to make calculations and to measure their laws without complex written material was a third of a foot four inch is what's a third of a meter thirty three point three something centimeters it doesn't even add up you see the problem right there i do i do see the problem and i've never heard it as eloquently expressed his you just did i think you give a lot of us heart to keep fighting against the the the global tyranny of the metric system and bless you for that now some of you may be confused by mr per narrows remarks about well everything you just said so let me clear up any confusion it's gibberish so either they're serious which is barest thing where they're aiming for amusing info pompous it missing sort of like you know about time game three of bnb finals took place last night in oakland the toronto raptors lead injury play golden state warriors were pretty much the whole evening eventually winning by a score of a hundred and twenty three to one oh nine raptors point guard kyle lowry had an impressive game scoring twenty three points but his performance pharmacist overshadowed by ugly incident involving courtside fan mr lowry attempted to keep the ball in play an accidentally fell into some sideline spectators one of them then reached over and shoved mr lowry shoulder that spectators tater has been identified as mark stevens a billionaire venture capitalist who's also in minority owner of the golden state warriors mr stevens has not been banned from attending nb eight games an warrior team activities for one year and he's been five and he's been fined five hundred thousand dollars at a news conference today kyle lowry was asked how we kept his cool dreamy incident understanding the moment my team needed me understand that they're they're putting you on fans and kids in in the world watching this game like i have two young children in you know to be able to hold myself to a certain standard which i do and that's a big thing for me is being a guy that you know i'll told himself to a high standard in never you know letting and guys like him get under your skin a man it sucks that this has to take the front page of the kind of the finals you know it's been a pretty it's been a fun finals had been a competitor finals 'em it it it sucks because you know at the end they would just wanna play basketball were playing basketball tournament championship the game takes a little bit of a back seat because of this what was your reaction when you found out that mark stevens the guy who pushed you a wasn't owner a part owner of the team unbelievable even worse even worse me should understand like you know this is what happens you know basketball it just it just sucks man just sucks that you got people like that a guy like that shouldn't be a part of i shouldn't be a part of my league that was kyle lowry answering questions about the courtside spectator shoved him during last night's game three of the gambia final end earlier today the golden state warriors the golden state warriors star player steph curry gave his thoughts in mark stevens and whether he supports action of team management and dnb opposite unfortunate situation all the way around credit call the way he handled it a you know a lot of different reactions you could add a but he handled it correctly i know are team and organization is is addressing the you know the situation and will act accordingly of you don't wanna see that are game and healthy doesn't happen a i i don't necessarily think of his reflection of how we handle business here as worried organization franchise we we have a high standard and do things will class and professionalism and i know mark is apologetic and and just want respect for the game all the around fans owners team you know players coaches everybody a cause there's so much good happened on the court they wanna keep the spotlight on that that what steph curry of the golden state warriors commenting on the fan who pushed kyle lowry they arrived incognito in state parks across california intent on pulling off a heist they could net them hundreds hundreds of thousands of dollars there about the thick fleshy leaf plants notice succulents last friday three south korea nationals were charged with poaching succulents worth some eight hundred thousand dollars is growing problem in california fornia and authorities are often at a loss to prevent it kelly griffin is succulent specialist who's trying to kill the black market by breathing selling legal plans we reached him in san diego county are these latest charges there's against these succulent poachers they assign that authorities take this as a serious crime oh yeah i mean even the valuation of worker themed opponents were it's very hard but it's not seeming seeming to go away can you tell us how these men were going about their succulent poaching well from what i understand it's pretty clear that they knew what they were doing was not right because they're they were using you know radios radios and 'em you know putting them in backpacks as opposed to just begging them up as if that was okay and certainly the numbers of plants when you start collecting thousands appliance off of public lands on you you must know the you should have at least some permission you know this is not private land and even the world private land it would still be about but just about you know what the where this is in along the coast along the side of the road just maybe describe what you understanding is to where they got these plants the plants inhabit kinda cliffside habitats 'cause that's where they prefer the grow wedding go best without competition and they actually do the kind of stabilization of the cliff so that's one of the concerns of you're wholesale removing large large quantities of plants from the klif hold the close together that that is a concern how did they get caught a there's been several different arrest so the first one we became aware of there was a gentleman mailing a lot of packaging is a and what's holding up the line at a postal a office in a california i guess and one of the customers behind him a got a little upset at the fact and i guess ask them what they were in the gentleman said you know something that kind of secret and you can't you can't talk about it well no i can't tell you that that person went right the postal authorities in eight check the box and they said hey wait a second you don't look like nursery going plants ants and there's certainly no notification that you're sending plants and there's no billing ticket and there's no receipts and there's no paperwork a company these second one i think was a an alert a m ranger saw a truck by the side of a van by the side of the road and just kept an eye on it and one of the people returned 'em came up and ask them and he could clearly see that there were thousands of clients what they'd cut off from the hillside but why go to all this trouble i mean these are these are great they're growing wild in california their plants then you can probably get do we do well they're everywhere in are stores so why do they go such links to get these plants from from the wild i can't tell you how many times i've seen the market's changed and they change in ways that just don't seem to make sense but these were foreign markets and they've got me ideas appeaser somehow special and or a unique and appliance the deadliest are very slow growing but in commercial purposes you get a nice looking clump of deadly a in a going from seed in a nursery artificially propagated a pretty decent plant and three to five years so it's not like something you can't do a but there's some alert having these old and all looking a deadly us with a preview the white rosettes and the red tips on the leaves and somehow the people they're selling them have convinced the people buying them that there's no substitute for these beautiful wildflower 'em with some kind of credit great even plants worth something and a nursery plants self from you know three of five dollars an here's how the something a little better that's perceived as being super rare heart come by and it's selling for two hundred bucks sometimes the very fact that the perceived value is so highs what drives the the markets eight hundred thousand dollars worth look right now the deadliest even ones that were purchased at a nursery sometimes salsa hundreds of dollars because people don't know the difference and they don't know the values of the what's being sold and a you couldn't find out later on in the marketplace from a hundred and fifty dollars and the number of plants they stole they they took from the cliffs times a hundred and forty two dollars comes it's up to six hundred thousand which is what the reports i understand you i actually grow these plans you grow succulents and 'em why can't i mean how much do you sell you plant where we sell plants all over the country all over the world so are plants are grown a healthy with a look fraying they're designed to be a waste concerning up at one of the things i have noticed is if you ask me a question anywhere from three bucks maybe fifteen twenty thirty bucks not exactly gucci bag no no but there there is nice and sometimes much nicer and that was one of the things that a lot of times the people that are buying these plants have no concept if where they go national in the world and they don't understand the concept of plants needing certain circumstances in order to survive and and last in the wild in california we get winter rainfall which means it's cold and wet and a lotta times being sold to tropical ucla torio places where it's humid and hot in that dexter those plant so not only are they buying a plant that's been ripped off the hill but the people can't even grow because the conditions but it needs are gonna be able to be supplied in the places where they're trying grows kelly will leave it there thanks to speaking this s a hopeless somehow it was very helpful yes thank you all right bye bye bye bye we reach kelly griffin in san diego california you've been listening to be as it happens podcast or show can be heard monday to friday on cbc radio one sirius xm following following the world six do not listen to the whole.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tuesday edition of the show. We are barreling through on Tuesday we barrel on Tuesday, and I'm very pleased to have with me. And thanks to my friends at the steamboat institute. We have Mathias Carlsson who is a member of the Swedish Parliament, Mr Karlsson. Did I say your first name correctly? Yes. It is. Oh perfect. Thank you. Thank you for having me on. I find it. Interesting that the title I see as I was. I was researching you today before you came on the show is that you are the chief ideologue of the Swedish Democrats, what does that exactly mean? Former tycoon I don't use that myself. But yeah, I am the one who has been been writing although most of our policy programs and trying to work with developing new ideas for the party and so forth. Well, I'd like to talk to you about your party because I was doing some research, and I started to feel a little about what they were saying about you as the same as they say about my political views in the United States. And that is there are a lot of people in the media that wanted to spare this Democrats, what is the platform primarily of the Swedish Democrats of what you are part. We consider ourselves to be a conservative party and walking us. We Gordon for us is to try to preserve the coastal heritage and identity obsolete. Then, of course, issues like law and order and security are very important for us as well done on many other issues, we all we are in European classically Kosovo, we believe in virtues and duty and all those kinds of things with me. Well, that's must be why the media says bad things about you. That's what they do. Now, you're going to be speaking tonight at the steamboat institute for part of their campus liberty tour about a conservative call for unity. So that title ended of itself says you believe that there are different factions of conservatives could you explain those different factions for my audience. Now, of course, the reason I think it should be different fractious in different countries or different and therefore conservatism needs to also be different in different countries because otherwise you wouldn't speak to our population. But they're also many issues where we need to cooperate thinking on what we're seeing is that the left side is becoming more and more radical and becoming more and more aligned also across borders in Europe and in America using pretty much the same attacks and the same narratives against this. And because of that, I think that we also have a need to to to cooperate together. And try to yet counter that you and Sweden you've. Had an influx of immigrants and refugees. We've watched it from here, and the reporting has been somewhat spotty depending on what news media outlet, you're reading it definitely has an impact on the kind of coverage is getting what what is the actual impact been for Sweden? And is that a reason that that cultural identity is so important to your party? Yes. Yes. It is. We actually had an article in the Wall Street Journal defending. President Donald Trump when when he was preaching Sweden enables attack, but left left-wing media. And they said if everything was fine and dandy Sweden. But it's really not we're all suffering from from the problems says concerning law and order, for example. I don't think many people know that we have more hand grenades explosives per capita in Mexico at the time. At this point. We have a higher motorists that the New York gang-raping, and then sexual assault is husky rocketed on this is in different ways, deeply connected to the very irresponsible migration poses. We have. We had a terrorist attack in Stockholm a couple of years ago. Many people were kidding killing including children, so taking control of our borders. And just knowing the good folks, and people will prepare to just society and work hard and be portable or our society. So is important for us is it possible when you've had a kind of a a mass. Influx. Like, you have had is it possible to allow for assimilation because it seems to me from the outside looking in. What you've what is happening in Sweden is that you've developed pockets of people with the same cultural identity that is not Swedish, and therefore they create sort of these little enclaves where they live together. But they don't become Swedes. Is that part of the problem? Yeah. That's a big part of problems many people who have the whole life now in Sweden without ever being really in contact with the Swedish society or Swedish, culture and Medicaid. Not even knowing how to speak to Swedish language, and we're seeing a growth in radical Islamism. Another problem Sweden was the main exporter. Isis Orioles Syria, for example. Assault of isolation. I hope salacious will work. Unfortunately, the socialist haven't really realized how serious. The problem is making a great effort at the moment. The current prime minister. So how does this all come together in the different branches of conservatism, and how they need to work together in what ways are they either working against each other. Or are they not working on the same things is it just a matter of priorities. What's important to som- is not necessarily as important to others. Yeah. I think that is one issue. Also, what I'm talking about tonight just up the the the political map of Europe is actually saying dramatically, and is like mine, we call them national conservative because we have a big emphasis on national within the importer security and so forth. Conservative move them in America. How smoke really traditionally been cooperating with us as much as the the more the older because the point is like the Tory party in England and so forth. But we're seeing that old conservative point is not big enough to four majority anymore. So we're seeing increased cooperation between the old and the new national cassettes parts of Europe. And and of course of that. I think that it's also important that we we form a of cooperation with this new movement and the American conservative movement, what are the differences that might be holding that back? I don't really see a big differences that should hold that back to be honest, but they're all differences culturally historically before and for me as a Swedish. I think many Americans think that I'm too liberal comes to tech stations on welfare states and so forth. But that is that is what the Swedish population is like, and that is as historical cultural roots. But I don't I don't see a that's should be a recent for not cooperating around other issues that we really agree on. You just mentioned that you know, when it comes to welfare programs in the role of the state in caring for its citizenry. You would be a liberal by our standards, but where are the where some of the areas that you look at and say, we are in complete agreement on these issues, let's start here. And then we'll hammer out the differences on the other things, you know, as we need to. Yeah. I think. The issues surrounding countered counter-terrorism fighting radical Islamism, keeping a country safe working to make our country more. Yeah. Nice in in the matter of focusing on beauty virtues, do theon oldies conservative virtues. I think that is really important and also to to exchange best practices when when it comes to getting the message out there and twenty to counter the attacks from from radical lists that is coming increasingly aggressive and more and more similar both in America. And in Sweden. I'm speaking with Mathias Carlson Swedish parliamentarian, and he is going to be tonight actually in an event with the steamboat institute of Steamboat Springs, but you're actually going to be in Glenwood. If I'm not mistaken Glenwood springs tonight. Correct. Yeah. I think so myself, I have a guy. To the right place. And I hope it together get swim in the springs before before my speech. You know, what makes time for that? Because it is fantastic back to what you're yeah. But back to what you're doing here today. What is the hope of talking specifically about the different strains of conservatives? I mean, you're obviously trying to get people to work in concert. It honestly feels to me though, matai is like you're not just working against people. You're working against the media, and I'll refer to the negative things that are said about your party, the negative things that are said about the conservatives in the UK, they're branded as as nationalists in in a bad way as populaced as xenophobic at all of these other negatives. Do you feel like there is a consistent theme in the media that if you are to the right they're going to paint you in a bad light? Yeah. That's definitely true. The the mainstream media we'd know acting like oh clinical enemy in many ways. The has been survey may. Showing but ninety percent of the journalists in the mainstream media in Sweden or supporting a voting for left wing political parties, we we have the support of one fifth of Swedish population. But in the latest survey among journalists, not a single journalists was supporting supporting the Sweden Democrats in our situation is even even worse than I guess you're suffering from here because we don't have really any big conservative me just over on Fox News. For example. That is also one thing that I wanted to learn more about them here. Tried to to talk to people who have spent a part of building alternative conservative media, like your radio channel, for example. To do the same as we didn't just count. All this negative images that the mainstream media is feeding the population where I just got an Email from someone that asked a question, and they said is it true that the Swedish media will not print the race of a perpetrator of a crime in most cases, they they don't it's very very well. What does he do? And that is also reason why people has not been really waking up to relate to the problems related to illegal migration. And the crime wave related to responsible migration at the moment. We're seeing the situation is horrific. We we had a survey by the government board over the crime statistics showing that one out of free Swedish young girls to rape. Sexual assault harassment every year. Holy cow. My niece who is now for your soul. In the few years time, she will have a risk of forty three percent to be subjected to rape or sexual harassment sexual assault every year. Doing her teenage years is the just the police gather statistical data based on race. I mean, not not because you necessarily why it just seems to have accurate information. Do they gather that noted on his only a few selected scientists that could be allowed to do that. And not on race. It's about the country-of-origin. Wow. Wow. That's interesting. I mean that that really does keep people in the dark, doesn't it? Yeah. Yes, it does that is truly truly unfortunate. What is your party was fully in control of Sweden? What would you do differently? First of all, we we need to take back control of our borders and let the good folks in and get the bad guys out. And then after that, I think that restoring law and order is the most important thing. Give enough resources to the police officers changed the lowest sort of the criminals are actually being severely punished. Some of the the the punishment of Sweden today..

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Is because I don't have to deal with that anymore, and I had to deal with it every day of my life. Yeah. For sixteen years. Once we became number one the first four when we were coming up. I didn't have to deal with that much. But once you came successful, then the threats came every direction. Yeah. Every direction every day. So, you know, I recommended on my website that Tucker Carlson file charges and also sill sue civilly and. The only healing ways gonna stop. I found I found it interesting that antifa. That has been accused of being the group here. Antifa their Twitter feed was suspended. They're not permanently banned. They were suspended Twitter. Well, look, whoever did it deserves to be punished. And I didn't hear anybody can don't it even far left loons, aren't condoning it. I will tell you that. This is exactly what happened in the late nineteen twenty's nineteen thirties in Germany, exactly there's no difference. Also happened in the also happened in the in nineteen nineteen here in America. And in the mid thirties here in America as well. But not to the extent. No. If the fear never the fear paralyzed back if these people aren't punished. Then this is going to escalate to where as you said somebody's gonna get killed or badly her. We are headed to nineteen sixty eight let me play that audio again, just real quick play the beginning of that audio please. Stop that. Individual Tucker Carlson said was on his show recently. And he said he recognized the voice I had two people. Tell me last night that they also recognize the voice this before Tucker said anything, and they said, this guy was just on Tucker's show can take that audio and they can voiceprint that we will find out who that guy was if he's in the public eye, and if the DC police investigated, everybody's watching now whole countries watching, and, you know, Mr Karlsson himself is I would file absolutely file a lawsuit against these people for putting my family in danger. Play some audio for you. From portland. This is a woman who is standing waiting to cross the street. She is a widow of a New York police officer who lost his life on nine eleven. Antifa is standing behind. And they are just well listen here. It is. Trying to want here. Your little idiot. Not gonna you like your husband. Boy, friend or your boyfriend you're gonna. Good for him. Good. Good. Fever a bunch of. Sodomizing emigrants with their bully sticks. So yeah, your husband shouldn't Bobby Drake. Bill. Yeah. Look. The good news is are in many of these people. It's not like Germany where the say and and or the same. It's the same. Same people essay were Hitler's street dogs who went out and beat up anybody who oppose Nazism, and all that and they were their little uniforms Little Brown shirts, they ran around. And you thought he's the same thing. They're doing in Portland, Oregon. They step back and let these essay bullyboys beat up innocent people and insult them. Like that. Exactly the same. Yeah. No difference. This happened everybody to get that. Yeah. This this happens. I mean, it it happened with the black shirts as well. In italy. This is Mussalini guy. What they do. That's the blueprint. Right. Okay. So here's the story. I used to work in Portland, Oregon. I worked at channel two there and beautiful place. Beautiful state. But Multnomah county where Portland is located is a far left. Hippie place, and it has been that for many many years where they are permissive. They want the farthest left politicians. They can get and they have it. So now, you got a guy Wheeler the mayor the town runs the police bureau. That's what they call it. They're basically says I'm not gonna enforce the law not gonna do it. And that poor woman is going to be assaulted verbally and not allowed to walk where she wants. And that's okay with me mayor Ted Wheeler. That's fine. And I'm gonna tell my officers don't help that woman don't interfere there..

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"You're out of your mind. How do I know this because how many people actually care about a bowflex ad on Fox News? Probably the people who watch Fox News generally are going to agree Tucker Carlson. How many people who watch CNN care about a bowflex ad on? Fox's probably none. Because both is probably also on CNN. Nonetheless, Nautilus has now pulled ads from the show. They're not the only ones smiled Reck club has pulled the ads from the show there. Ten twelve companies Pacific life said it would pull ads from the show. They said one of our ads appeared on Tucker Carlson's show last night following the segment where Mr Karlsson made a number of statements regarding immigration as a company we strongly disagree with Mr Karlsson statements. Our customer base in our workforce reflected -versity of our great nation. Something we take great pride in. Okay. Why do corporations have to take political positions on immigration? Why is this even necessary? They provide life insurance what the hell. Are we talking about? Here is the same thing with I hop. I was like this violates our corporate policies. Really? I thought your corporate policy was basically making crepes I thought it was your. Forgive me. If I thought that boys and berry syrup on pancakes corporate policy, not how the border wall fight should go. But this is what the left woolens their goal here. Again is to in fact, quash debate that is their go. Now, again, I'm not saying is violation of the first amendment. It is not it is not legally actionable by elation of the first minute. It is however, destroying the basic bargain that we all have to hold. If we're going to have a market-driven exchange of ideas because this is not the market natural is a bunch of motivated leftists who've decided they're gonna scare the hell out of advertisers with nothing to back it and a bunch of advertisers were just playing risk-averse. That's all this is an advertiser should know that by the way for every boycott that is pulled like this forever attempt to pull from Toco show. There'll be more blow back on them from the right? And there would have been blow back on them from the left for being on Tucker show to begin with Fox News.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If you think it's boring when a soccer game ends in a tie. Don't get into chess at the ongoing world chess championship between American Fabio animal kinda wanna and Norwegian Magnus Carlsen all twelve games have ended in draws the last match was yesterday, and it caused much consternation in the chess world most observers thought that Mr Karlsson was clearly winning when he made the offer of a draw. The whole shebang is not going to be decided tomorrow in the final match between the two culminating in a series of tiebreakers and a game type known known at all dramatically as Armageddon MAURICE actually is a chess grandmaster and play by play announcer. We reached him in Saint Louis Loris. Ashley before we begin wanna play. You a clip of how you reacted when Magnus Carlsen offered a draw at yesterday's match. Have a great. What? Are you saying what? So what was going through your head at that moment? Say the game was very exciting. Magnus head gotten a real advantage in the physician. He also had a very big advantage on the clock. So when we heard that it just been agreed on as a draw by the players. So we were all very stunned by it. I note that even Gary casper off called what Carlson did hear a shocking draw. Why was it such a shock so unexpected imagine you're playing one game for the world championship title? And you get an advantage. That is serious. You could look at it and see that he was the one with all the the fighting possibilities to make all the punches his opponent was fully on the defensive. And when you have that kind of advantage where you can think as much as you want your Ponant is suffering and squirming and begging for some kind of relief. Give him the lifeline and say, hey, would you like a draw? I mean, not seems stunning Novo. Calls knows that he has an advantage in the tiebreaks that is going to be easier for him to play because he's so good at playing quicker chess. It just seems stunning that he would give away that kind of advantage. So as you say he seemed to be an expert at rapid chess. So could this have been a strategic move on his part to to get to get? There clearly is I mean, that's what he wanted. He just wanted to get to rapid chess. Where is only twenty five minutes per side on the clock, and he's incredibly instinctive and Fabio no is not known to be good at that. He's more for thinker. He needs to analyze various possibility take his time. So you don't to buy the argument that he just lost his nerve. I think he loves objectivity. I you know, that's related to nerve. I don't know. But I think he came in with one set plan in mind, and it was to draw the game not to lose winning irrelevant just draw the game walk. Out of there with an equal score. So you could get to where he had an advantage. It's hard for me. I'm befuddled as everyone else that the greatest player of our generation could have a situation that normally he would spank whoever he was sitting across from he decided to back down. I see that test game. What's an honorable move d think? It was a practical one total pragmatism on his part. And I think it's kind of just that is a sign of the times, and you have a situation where a lot of players you low back in the past Kasparov or chrome Nacre tall, the famous gladiators of the past who or Bobby Fisher, especially you put a position in front of a guy like Fisher kill, you know, matter what he don't care about any competitive situation. He would be way ahead of people and say, I'm gonna destroy you even more. I wanna I only need a draw to win. But I wanna win. You know, it makes it makes us feel like something a little bit of shine. It you can't just keep having draws in championships. It's not just this one the last championship between cars link our yak in there were tendrils out of twelve game. So at the C two wins out of twenty four games in the world championship. That's really not satisfying for fam-. Just about to ask you what it's been like for you to watch this world championship. I'm a commentator. I'm commenting on the event live it so to make it fun for the fans along with my colleagues..

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast

"Is because I don't have to deal with that anymore, and I had to deal with it every day of my life. Yeah. For sixteen years. Once we became number one the first four when we were coming up. I didn't have to deal with it that much, but once came successful, then the threats came every direction. Yeah. Every direction every day. So. So you know, I recommended on my website that Tucker Carlson file charges and also still sue civilly. And that's the only way is gonna stop. I found I found it interesting that antifa that has been accused of being the group here. Antifa their Twitter feed was suspended. They're not permanently banned. They were suspended Twitter. Well, look, whoever did it deserves to be punished. And I didn't hear anybody can don't it. Even the far left loons, aren't condoning it. I will tell you that. This is exactly what happened in the late nineteen twenty's nineteen thirties in Germany, exactly there's no difference. Also happened in the also happened in the in nineteen nineteen here in America. And in the mid thirties here in America as well. But not to the extent. No. If the fear never the fear paralyzed back if these people aren't punished then this is going to escalate to where as you said somebody's gonna get killed or badly her. We're headed to nineteen sixty eight let me play that audio again, just real quick play the beginning of that audio please. Stop that. Individual Tucker Carlson said was on his show recently. And he said he recognized the voice I had two people. Tell me last night that they also recognize the voice this before Tucker said anything, and they said, this guy was just on Tucker's show can take that audio and they can voiceprint that we will find out who that guy was if he's in the public eye, and if the DC police investigated, everybody's watching now countries watching, and, you know, Mr Karlsson himself is I would file absolutely file a lawsuit against these people for putting my family in danger. Bill. We talked about this earlier this week, and it kind of goes here what we saw in the in the original vote. I don't know how it's going to turn out. Now was that the American people turn down the real strident right in in Romney counties, and they turned down the the crazy left all across the country, which told me that we have a big portion of America that is just not interested in this kind of fight do agree with that. I think they fear these people these kinds of real committed zealots who will stop at nothing to advance their political agenda. I think they're feared by independent Americans who say this is in our country. That's not what we want. And there's an article today in the Wall Street Journal lucid warrants finished. I believe that to be true. I don't think the Democratic Party can go with Bernie Sanders or any of these far far let people that gotta go monitoring. So let's talk about that. I also wanna talk to you about a cost and the shooting in Thousand Oaks, California, and I kinda liked to tie that to again, Germany in your book where would Bill O'Reilly, I've got three topics. I need to cover here. The next ten minutes. So we want to move quickly. But Bill first of all let me ask you about Elizabeth Warren. You said you thought she was done because she was too far left. Would you include Cory Booker and Spartacus in that and senators gillibrand and the Senator Kamala Harris from California that whole crew that's trying to sell socialized medicine high corporate taxation? Hi, personal types Asian. They just can't win. What do you think? What do you think about Michelle Obama starting to move in? She's just doing a lot of things that just seem President Trump. You know, why she's doing she wants to displace killing the us. Book comes next week. I know you think she's do you think she's a possibility of a candidate? No, okay. All right. Let me go hard for that. Let me go to Jim Acosta. Let's start at the beginning your thoughts..

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Eric Carlson was close to tears today as he bid goodbye to the only NHL home he's ever known. The Ottawa Senators announced that they are trading their captain to the San Jose Sharks today at a press conference. Mr Karlsson shared his reaction to the trade. Here's part of what he had to say. Again, you know, for every year that I've been here, I've done everything I possibly can be good as I possibly can can be on and off the ice and and the protest never changed. So you know why we're standing here today and how it all folded. I can't really tell you even last year didn't go the way that we wanted. We still tried everything we possibly could to be as successful as we possibly could. Both as teams ended vigils that never, you know straight from that, why it all happened and happened so quickly, I can't really tell you why. Fortunately in these situations you, you're looking for answers that can't be answered by anyone no matter who you are and you know, I don't have a better answer than than anyone else wouldn't. And I think that no one really can tell you why it happened. It's just the way it is. Unfortunately, and again, I'm the player. I do what I can to pair myself for, you know, being as good as I possibly can be on the ice, and that's that's approach that I've always had. The parties is. A little bit above my station, Eric, with everything kind of went on less your his any part of you look for to fresh start in San Jose? Again, I haven't really wrap my mind around that. You know, we're in the situation we're in right now and you have to deal with it. So I think that once once it settles down here a little bit, you know, you can start looking ahead and moving forward a bit, but but as of right now, you know, it's extremely emotional and sad, sad moment. And even though you've heard a lot of things about this could be possible. I think that you can't really prepare for for any of this. So it's it's at Ottawa Senators, former captain Carlson speaking today after it was announced that he is being traded to the San Jose Sharks after that press conference. Mr Karlsson walked around the room, she'll cans and thanked every member of the media..

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"The other team uh and he's done a reasonable job of that that he is young i thought played a pretty good game against the odyssey's one of the better match up that you can have against him from a a size standpoint it as a combo forward something else i wanted to bring up and i'll probably compile full stats for this for the fifteen in sixty on sunday but when i watched the pacers during this span what i've been noticing is just how much they mr karlsson and that's on your front so offense of league he can he's more capable uncomfortable shooter and he do that but also not having core joseph on the second unit you know now they're playing joe young more they don't have the depth in case one or both of those get like he's one of those guys gets in foul trouble or they're not you know they turned an ankle or something like that and yes they were able to win this game and they defended and they they not only did they force fourteen sir sir sixteen turnovers thirteen of those sixteen turnovers were live ball and that really goose indiana's offense but do you think about if they didn't have that like they're they're half court digits didn't have they didn't have the jusen allotted the game they were able to win and that's great that they were able to win without without him and they've as i said they've won the last three and rope but they need him to be competitive against teams once we get into this but he should be back by than some not super concern the image of those wideball turnovers the pacers added six point two points berkeley in the gloucester above average uh which was 95th percentile uh in this one a offer those steals they really were running it down the bought throats in there are some absolutely brutal turnovers a irked blood so it was the big score here for the bucks led them in shot attempt soot 10 out a 22 middleton really struggled six points on one out of seven blood so does some passes on in there is one side pick and roll early in.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on This Week In Google

"I have a couple things i'm going to mention and then we'll get to stacy's numbered i just uh stacy's thing in the jeff's dumber i just have to tell everybody to read this article in the new yorker i think it's available for free without a subscription why paper jams persist and it's actually not about like paper jams per se it's about technological issues posed by paper jams and the fascinating industrial design that goes in to preventing paper jams in your fax machine in your copier good luck tune yeah i don't know mr karlsson chester carlsson whose name just passed by is an important and better because he invented the zero graphic process yes and by the way xerox there's no more no ismet sad xerox down by us at which a chinese holding firm or some huge g funeral an for japanese of japanese east make film who'd you film is that even the same fuji no one knows no one among us no one knows xerox park gone sad it was such a fundamental park i used to love to go there and ride with the kids as your partner so it's just one of those pieces that only new yorker could have on their uh joshua rothman on the kind of the the the engineering challenges propose at a by paper jams don't you love that and the guy go ahead yeah there are always going to be reminiscent minute about palin shamsur zero gest genes just paper gems go ahead so we back when what got gummy and all this whole technology thing number of date myself very badly in stacy or a knob allowed to say the verses when you were born but in nineteen seventy four hours of the chicago tribune and i was the guy in the newsroom wasn't scared computers has there was twenty one years old and i buy died trainer ran the computers is brand new big thing new newsroom never had such thing we did order curse your was had dwell at so i was the guy under the computer that's will call the started the problem was people in with think oh if you don't know how to do computers you must know how to get a paper jam out of a cop huqqa you were an icy operator were you he always this operator are now exactly that's right yeah yeah i don has a unless the key was up of.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Pete lau uh he is he is a bit of a parody of uh mr what's his face from downton abbey woodson what was with check out mr carson that's said mr karlsson i think michael ian blackley better carson you came out and would be improved by the addition would have been improved by the shadowy mightily and lack of course things are better with them i be right yeah i mean he is so funny the thing that i love about that's a great actor the thing that if keys wonderful the thing that i love about that character is the depth of his commitment to his own misery which is the subtext of mr carson on downton abbey or anyone that deep here is someone who is so deeply profoundly invested in this system that also is so brutally destroying is why it's very interesting as and i i think that you uh you would find that then you know especially you we while also watched a lot of upstairs downstairs and that's a british show from the '70s and the head butler there i mean he he truly believed in the hierarchy of of of you know they're over the royalist they believe in this hierarchy in that they have a place in that the rich people have a place and it's so foreign to how we think now but i i do think that was that was something that was very real and this season mr pieper's has some challenges to that where he gets some opportunities to not be so subservient and he goes little crazy i remember watching the second season or so of downton abbey of being a few episodes in and thinking lark oh maybe from the perspective of the show all this stuff is good.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Did mind it and they showed it all the time but i that's because that's really how i watched it over the years in in reruns and i mean that was definitely as far as citco well i can't really say it was one of the first because you did have you had mary tyler moore you had bomb newhart you had more than at one of the end you have burdening miller but like character driven comedies like though at were more than more than just dumb wacky situations that which there were on all of those but like the comedy came from the characters and even like the more boring ones like bailey and andy were still good like the they had their place within the mix on the show obviously like johnny fever stood out herb karlic stood at less ness men stood out mr karlsson venus but like everybody on that show had had their role the film they did it i think they were there were some like over the top characters occur tarlac unless nest men were lobo over the top but it was never too far now and and much like parks and rec with did with jerry eventually they humanized their weird characters they did like there's episode were less than was accused of being gay while being a sports reporter and it was just it was just a humanising moment yeah and there were even humanizing moments for herb who was the biggest dick ratio for sure yeah it with his his wife and yeah it was a very very could show yeah oh man there were some really good shots although most of the shoe those shows word started in the '70s i have to say um there's a couple of mean got the simpsons in there that was good show i i do wonder if keane alley holds up.

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"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"mr karlsson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"No fresh packs of backseats an yes a spring everyone back he played math matthew magnetic civil could come back from that could absorb these in it is to be like downton abbey in zombies applied bridges and some bs excessively jayme sheriff sippy back from the dead and matthew back from the debt and you know okay yeah i didn't know why qu i want to see what mr carson's been up to you know in his dotage in his retirement in his cultural mr carson mr karlsson i have ever seen on you you were on a plane with mr calls niece from reading a judging charter s dacia food from a topsecret it's a mountain but thomas course has taken over as butler since mr costumer todd and that was a bit of a shock jim carter of course can be heard in this week's transformers the last night as cogs men may be o'brien will come back we've not seen house in something serious to well one can only so many questions chris i'm glad semantics on don't ask it added some more news we're going to rip through quickly i would say one of increase stephanie talk about is the you yes was gonna senate um we have our free i look and jason isaacs as the doomed captain on star trek captain soon to be dead probably in episode form i would like to know that but come on come on does that look like a man who's going to be hanging around in episode eight no doesn't he looks he looks stern he looks like he's got a little bit of selfawareness is basically jason isaacson a blue onsy yamanaka wild either uniform it's a bit did not nahvi it we like the nahvi i do the nafie i'll just dumping the ship bridge of the united states fleet vessel um yeah it's it's interesting gabriel we not gabriel luca um it's interesting to see him on that there are a lot of there are lots of problems with star trek discovery if if one is a tricky part of it is the setting so this is the prime star trek universe not the ultimate starter universe who doesn't take place in the film she the rest takes place the tv searching but it takes place ten years before cuck and spokes foggia mission on the enterprise mmm.

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