21 Burst results for "Mr Potato"
"mr potato" Discussed on Pantheon
"Look absolutely ridiculous wreck and still does look like in like in crosby's got the whalebone fuck and flow going on man. Looks like a goddamn damn potato down. You still starts to just look. it's ridiculous. his neck. I feel bad about just disappeared. Really fucking soon as is. We'll just be on his chest. Like mr potato stephen still mac still all right. Sorry all.
Meg Whitman, CEO of Quibi: Leadership in crisis is about getting down into the trenches.
"Question I wanNA start off with is weakened asked all of the time by people in our audience who are thinking about taking their next step in their career and they always ask us about how should they think about joining startup and ward. Should they consider when making that decision you joined Ebay what was relatively small at the time? Watergate things that you've thought of back then given what it later on became. Yeah well I was at Hasbro running the Preschool Division. Which was Barney Arthur teletubbies? My personal favorite Mr Potato Head and I got a call to go. There's no name. Startup called Ebay. We were barely on the Internet in Nineteen Ninety Eight. We're doing email so it was really you know completely new horizon. It's hard to imagine where we sit today and I have no to the haven't her? I said definitely not doing this. What do you call back later? That makes should really think about it. You're hooked for Ebay so I went out and met with hero media who was the founder twenty six years old time and at the end of the day. I went out there mostly because I didn't WanNa make the head hunter math and I got to San Francisco airport that night and I called my husband and I said we should do and some of the things that I would look for in. Consumer companies are is there a features and functionality benefits? If it'll allow you to do something you couldn't do before so like in my proctor and gamble days later why's cleaner fresher breath And do doesn't is there an emotional connection and if you have both of those a consumer product Bingo? Pm? Many are told me that people have met their best friends on Ebay and they were deeply connected to this website. And so I saw something that is very unique you know and then I always look for. Who's the founder or the CEO who is on board of directors? How well is the company funded? What is the consumer need that this new idea is delivering and it can be a B. Two B. Customer or the customer? But I always go to seamer going to think about this. You know in the end you jump into the abyss honestly and you have to ask yourself. What's the worst thing that lettuce like one of the craziest things that happened or something when you look back at those early days and Ebay they were like oh I did not think we are going to get through this well? I'll tell you one funny story in the recruiting process. And then I'll tell you the thing I worked wasn't sure we'd get through so when I went out to interview with Pierre and was super glad because I got to this office building and there was a receptionist and for some reason the fact that they had a receptionist to seem like it legitimized the country. Nothing I was very relieved my first day at work. I go in and where the the receptionist she used to sit. There was never sections. There was no desk. Don't make sure no receptionists. Go about my day and I sit down. I'M GONNA cube next year about. Halfway through the day I said appear what happened to the receptionist. They looked at me and he said Oh. We hired her for the day because we were pretty sure that we had a receptionist. He wouldn't think we were like big enough for legitimate enough to come work for and say well how right you were so the biggest thing that happened at Ebay that I wasn't sure we would recover from is on June tenth nineteen ninety nine. We had a twenty two hour outage for twenty two hours. You could not get to the website. Think about this. We had all these fires all these sellers. Nothing could happen. The CNN truck was parked outside of Ebay. Wanting hourly updates on the status report was it was the most frightening thing I've ever seen because we really did not know what had happened as it turned out. We have corrupted the entire back end database and took us twenty two hours to read about two hours before we brought the site backup. I looked at here and I said well. We can't bring this back up and he said don't worry right about now. Db database administrator will come running in here and they'll tell us what they found and that they're about to bring back up and I looked up here. Yeah okay. That's wishful thinking literally as if on cue about ten minutes later a DB Guinness Okay. Site is coming up. I mean obviously. That's hugely stressful. And an example. That's clearly marked in your memory. What are you like in a stressful situation? How do you react when stressed? Yeah I dive in really deep because I think leadership in crisis is about getting down into the trenches by actually slept at Ebay for over a month. Wait what yeah my system to get cops. You slept at Ebay for a month. Yes because I was sort of just have to be there like port of leadership. I was not a very deep technology executive at the time. I'm much deeper from a technology perspective today and so the only thing I could do was to be by being there lead by taking the temperature of the engineers leave by making sure all of our partners. Cisco OR VERA sign or Sun Microsystems. Were all on board to help us and so I figured that I really just couldn't leave. Because the thing was so unstable. We had a girl confrontations conference room and we use the bathrooms so when I'm fascinated by is obviously this was over twenty years ago. Workplaces look very different today. Era Trying to look different today. There's a huge movement around wellness and avoiding burnout in protecting employees from. Burn out when you look back at those days and the decision to sleep there. Would you make the same decision today? Absolutely one hundred percent because you know when there's and this was truly a crisis this was not just like sort of something that happened. This was really a crisis I mean the future of the company was at stake air and you know people have different leadership styles from my leadership style. It was absolutely the only thing to do. He considers no substitute for being there to say the truth is on the whole face. It's not at headquarters and the call was are not our network operation center and so to be there with the engineers talking to the vendors and partners just made all the difference. You know. We're interviewing you right now in a crazy time in our world where nobody is in the office now and leaders in you know us. Included are trying to figure out how to be strong. Ceo's how to be strong managers and how to show leadership them curious like you. Are you know in new leadership role at a new company However you being there. How are you showing that you're digging in? You can't physically be there. I feel like I live on zoom and we do too and I'm trying to drop into meeting. So my management style in the workplace is by walking around. I mean especially with a company of two hundred and fifty people like you know everybody above ground. See People go up to their desk. See what's happening so now. I'm dropping into meetings that I'm not actually necessarily invited to per se. Sometimes I just listened this Friday. We're doing it a company meeting on slack Which we have planned. I had breakfast with Nag which I did once a week. Which literally was breakfast with Mac? So we're still doing breakfast with meg only as coffee with MEG. And Its bring your own so we're just kind of keeping up some of those things I just got off the slack chat with women in the workplace at pretty and You know just spend half an hour answering questions from our women employees which by the way about fifty one percent of our companies. When you mentioned earlier that you become a much more technically proficient leader curly and I do not have a tech background. We certainly understand what it's like to check in with engineers and show up and show support without necessarily knowing the INS and outs of what they're talking about. How did you start to dive in to that skill set? I think for a lot of people. It can be intimidating but doing it. I mean honestly. There was no substitute for being there when the website went down. I mean just by sitting there listening to what they're talking about asking questions understanding what's happening understanding you know. Actually what a back. End Database actually does and what is corrupted what happens so it was really being there and asking questions. I think those of us who do not have a technology background you just have to ask questions and interestingly when I first started asking questions I thought they're just going to think I'm not smart. Or what the heck am I doing here if I if I add value from a tech perspective and in a funny way but I've found. Is that engineer? Plug to tell you about what they're doing and so. I just learnt by asking questions by doing it was completely on the job training for those ten years and then a different kind of tech at. Hp is that is that was big. Iron servers storage networking. Pretend trying new. Nothing about And so I just out below questions you obviously. Dramatically changed the trajectory ebay. Under your tenure. It became an enormous team generated. Billions of dollars in revenue. When you think back to what that did for you and we're going to dig into the next parts of your career. What do you think your core skill set is? What are you best at? People have sort of a core competency I think at my core I am a strategist and a market and probably on a strategist because my really my first job after Fangio was banned so I was trained in cost customers. Competitor Sustainable Competitive Advantage financial architecture. And so I think my core competency is probably strategy and I have a belief that if you had to rate strategy and less than perfect execution he'll be okay. If you have the wrong strategy and perfect execution you will not be okay and so I think that's probably my first company. See my second is from my training at PNG. Probably is marketing. Just been a marketer. You know almost sort of as a domain expert my whole life
Tilman Fertitta Shares His Origin Story
"Hello everybody scary Vais ner chuck and this is episode three three thirty six twenty six three twenty six the Ascari v show. I'm super excited to have Tillman Petita here with me. I'm GonNa let him introduce himself but we're taking questions on facebook today and so let's get right into a tillman. Thank you for being on. Hey it's exciting to be here Gary. Everybody wants to come and be on the Gary Visha so till what for for for the group that's watching right. Now are listening. That doesn't know who you are. I'm a big fan of the origin story. So what are you. Why don't you tell everybody what you currently how you currently currently positioned yourself because one thing I adore about you from afar? Is You got your hands in a lot of different stuff. It's that kind of entrepreneurial mindset. I can attest test that I understand it so when somebody says somebody meets sits down with you and says it doesn't know who you are like what do you do. How do you answer it? That's really funny. That doesn't happen that often but when it does I'll just say you know I'm just trying to make a few dollars a few little oh businesses and you know my main business is a company called Landry's. It's about six hundred restaurants and Landry's owns everything from from Mastro's Stroz to Martin's to rain forest a Bubba gump to salt grass to ocean air to dose Kominos two bills Burgers and on and on and on there's like fifty five zero yeah about fifty brands and over five hundred restaurants but and then the five golden nugget casinos or mind and then and aquariums amusement parks catch and then I have this little sports team called the Houston Rockets and I do that on the side when I'm not busy was was so let's take it all the way back. Where were you born? What kind of kid were you? I was was born in Galveston Texas and I was. I was never the smartest kid in the class. I can honestly tell you that and and I can remember a teacher telling me once you know Mr Fatigue. We know you have leadership abilities but we know you have leadership ability Mr Potato but we wish you would lead in the right direction. I don't know how bad you were at school but this is probably my pride and joy my report card. It's pretty fucking ugly really it is it is it's a Doozie as you're getting your glasses. Why don't I I've gotta see these grades to see who was worse the mirror you this looks like one of mine in third grade school I I am going to looking glass rank? I'm going down there to forty all the way at the bottom to forty three out of four. There were only eleven kids in my school that were worse than me me and there's no shot. Any of the eleven are alive at that is so good. I just loved this because I wasn't far behind and and that's what's amazing is I've I've talked to entrepreneurs. We're given different ability and and it's a it's a god given ability and we just know how to do it. Yes and knowing that you've been around sport you know do you view entrepreneurs like athletes that way like James Harden was given a gift. That's obvious to a lot of people it's a little less obvious where you're going with this on the entrepreneurial kick but I couldn't agree with you more Gary. I talk about it. All the time I talked about added in this book that that God gave us all an ability and he decided tillman. I'm not GonNa make you a musician. 'cause I took guitar lessons for four years and I still couldn't couldn't play a chord. I'm not GonNa let you win a grammy. I'm not let you win an emmy for sure not gonNa ever let you be an NBA all star or be a professional well athlete but you know what we're GONNA do. We're GONNA give you a good little business brain where you know how to make money and I realized that when I was in elementary
Explainer 180: Why is Australia questioning question time?
"I don't think members will want to hear the question again and again and again but let's be absolutely clear <music> in the countries which have a parliamentary question time it has become customary to decry the procedure partisan bear pit which shows politics at its worst reducing parliament which should be a forum for the judicious proposal and sagacious review of legislation to a tacky and undignified pantomime of jeering name-calling grandstanding mattis. The opposition is the mr potato head of his dry in policy building. Accepting robbings government is not accepting well pick it up in two weeks the point of order madam speaker if this is an example of the adults being and for the countries which don't have a parliamentary question time an explanation is probably in order question time is is as the name may very well suggest a designated interval in which members of parliament are invited to interrogate senior ministers including usually usually at a fixed time once a week when parliament is sitting the prime minister question time is usually broadcast live and highlights points all low lights are a staple of broadcast news and in this nine deepak social media australia. One of the countries which does is have a prime minister's question time is looking into reforming it. Australia's parliamentary committee on procedures is considering such tweaks as compelling those on on the receiving end of question time to actually answer the questions one wishes the speak good luck enforcing naps and doing away with the questions known in australia as dorothy dickson named four dorothy dix the american advice columnist rumored to also write letters she replied to dorothy dickson carefully scripted and planted question from the prime minister's own backbench encouraging the leader to reflect with appropriate modesty upon their own supreme cream fitness to govern and how is the government strong economic leadership building stronger economy with the prime minister explained to the house the importance of providing strong economic ladyship to the right jobs and growth in fans to the public servants toiling diligently upon astray lease parliamentary committee on procedures most of the ideas floated thus thus far for reforming question time sound pretty reasonable it would be nice to get a straight answer to a straight question and nobody including really the prime minister benefits from the prime minister being encouraged to agree how bloody marvelous they are and how lucky the country is to have them nevertheless these these reforms should be carefully watched by australians lest they go too far and abolish question time either effectively or actually in in countries which have question time which aside from australia include the united kingdom canada finland japan and new zealand. It's usually the case that politicians by loyd admission both hated and fear it which is of course the best argument for keeping christian time is beyond any serious you style a good thing and every country should have won. This is prime minister's questions and he should try also the question now. I asked him a very specific question. I often a very specific question. Forest caught and most obviously it's opportunity to ask questions for m._p.'s is to put the case of their constituents directly to the nation's leader. This is still useful even when an m._p. Uses their allotted question as they sometimes do due to solicit the prime minister's gracious congratulations to some organization based in their constituency railway models or girl guides or badger stranglers wrangler who have excelled at whatever it is they do a prime minister for joining assure and peas and the rest of the planet in congratulating any football club on their brilliant and historic success. All politics is ultimately local title and by such tiny gestures are mighty nations bound also it is good that a national leader is compelled to think on their feet in public click to display without recourse to advisors or spin doctors a command of facts policies and issues. The westminster system is in many respects effects an obstacle to the ambitions of any demagogue done so ding bat but question time is a crucial component. It is very hard to imagine to cite a completely random example an opportunist game show host who has never book lasting long when subjected to this sort of scrutiny. It is not unheard dove four times victims to try waffling their way out of trouble but they have to do better than this. They don't wanna get into it means that you think about her recite. The bible means a lot to me but i don't wanna get into specifics even decide verse all like you don't wanna do that do probably equal. I think it's just an incredible. The whole bible is an incredibly joke claims by the public that they are repelled by the bickering hooting and derisive waving of order papers at question time should be heard as the lofty hypocrisy they are asking voters to denounce the occasional unruliness cleaness of question time is akin to asking sports fans what they think of on-field brawls everybody knows this opposed to condemn them think of the children and and so forth but if you look at the crowd when it happens everyone is enjoying the dust up. Enormously opposition slept right through the critical thought he strong full nickel twenty four. I'm entering the.
"mr potato" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Morning to Mr. Chuck. Thank you. Thank you for that. Could be a Mr. potato head or something. No. He's a nice guy stopped picking on. You know you go see see you don't know. Everything about him Victor like we do. Now we know the on and off air persona. Now they're cutting down to the quick victory is going. I had good luck Victor story one, ISIS claims they have crossed the US southern border and infiltrated the United States. The website says that they're martyr children's were Dade is now successfully gotten into the United States and is awaiting orders story to Roman Catholic Bishop from Rhode Island facing backlash for tweet, labeling LGBTQ pride month of and says, especially harmful for children that arguing those of the Catholic faith should not support them Bishop Thomas. Tobin is the one that's getting a backlash should some story three. Say that the graduates Texas brought from WalMart was not a sponge cake more like a foam one. Marcy Flora's says the saga began when WalMart in Pasadena lost her order for two tier cake. She one of her daughter's grad party to make good for the goof up. She was to take any other display turned out. She picked one with part of the cake was actual foam and not real cake. Southern comforter WalMart has apologized story one ISIS says they're here in the United States waiting orders with their children's mortar brigade. Story to Rhode Island. Bishop facing back for tweeting.
Late Don Rickles Will Still Appear in Toy Story 4 as Mr. Potato Head: 'Nobody Can Replace Him'
"Don Rickles, the late Don Rickles, going to be part of the Disney upcoming movie. Toy Story for stand up comedian voiced Mr. potato head in the first three films. He signed on for the fourth in two thousand fourteen but passed away three years later director. Josh Cooley said that Rickles family asked. If there was. Anyway, his performance could be recreated mistrial was able to do so with previously made recordings in unused voice segments to as you can imagine they do a lot of tracks that they don't use. So he explained he went through. Jeez. Twenty five years of everything that we didn't use for Toy Story. One two three the fiend parks, the icecapades video games to everything that's recorded for Mr. potato head with Rickles voice. And we weren't able to do that they said, and so I'm very honored that they asked us to do that. And I'm very honored that he's in the film. Nobody can replace him. So they couldn't go through everything. But they went through what they could Rickles character is a favorite among movie goers. Toy Story four by the way. We'll hit theaters coming up on June, the
"mr potato" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Yeah. Okay. Get out of here. Excuse me. I have courtroom appearance in Connecticut. I have to make my way to. Do you in tribute some hot water? You haven't read. Griffin. Yeah. Leaving now. But I'm telling you, it Daily Beast has been working on the foghorn piece for months and his lawyers just keep on shooting it down. Look, I wanna talk about glass. Okay. Yeah. You guys got you. We talk about Sam Jack a little bit like in spear. You know, all these things now Bruce a little bit because I feel like you, and I were particularly excited for the Bruce of this movie, Bruce Willis, and that was Joey first question to you was Bruce trying that was the thing he want to know above all else because I think we're. Same love, Bruce and their few actors. He's the opposite of Sam Jack. He is so often solely so often does not show up to play. Here are the movies. The last Bruce movie that I think that I saw was Looper in came in two thousand twelve moon rise came out that same year. We we were talking about this. We're in two thousand twelve he did moon rise in Luke Looper SNL. And you were like is Bruce gonna try again, it looks like BRUCE'S having fun again. Yes. In real directors. Here's what he's done. I'm going to read you some title eighteen red box. I'll tell you with fire have not seen a good day to die hard a genuine sequel to the diehard movies. I didn't see it clearly awful. It was a bomb starts him and Mr. potato head try cordoning sacra potatoes himself. GI Joe retaliation now. It's a supporting role. He plays g I Joe. It's one of the best t- ups where they're like, there's no one who can help us now, we're laying low, and then the Rocco's, you know, there is one guy who can help us and the generic model playing like Flint says who and he goes, you know, there's a reason they call us Joe's, and they cut to Joe Colton. Okay. Okay. He kinda rules in it. He's he's sort sleepwalking through it. But it's like you should send a bunch of guys and the Rocco's like how are you doing? He goes my cholesterol could be a little lower like it's that kind of old man jokes. I'm all in on it action figure priscilla's from Joe how surprising Bruce read too. He does not show up to play in that movie. And I read one is kind of fun read to he's not in. Now, here's forgotten. I actually did see this film at a press screening sin city, a Dame to kill for another one where he does not have much of a role, and he's a ghost in that movie yet. But even still think he's pretty good in the first one that one just like fucking the rumor is that he works for one million dollars a day. And so either his part is incredibly small or like all these red box fire by fire movies. It's like they pay him five million dollars to work one. Right, right. There's this movie. The prince exist has John cusak. And Jason Patric Jason with John cusak on that. Poster looks like a body snatcher like he looks like a pod person. I'm sorry. It is. I don't mean to be rude. But he used to be. So it's what happened to him. It feels like like cusak. Encaged did some swap like, hey, just doing more legitimate movies again tricked cusak into like take it follows syndrome?.
"mr potato" Discussed on KCRW
"Mr. potato was appointed as the head of the central Bank for a period of three years in September twenty sixteen. The BBC's Samir Hashmi. Let's do the numbers the British government abandoned the plan vote on their Brexit plan. Parliament sinking the British pound lower currency can help you k- listed stocks. The footsie index is turned upward plus half. A percent now separately US stock index futures have turned positive with Dow s and p futures up a tenth percent each today's the final day for comment on the Trump administration's proposal that would make it harder for immigrants to qualify for citizenship. If they've used benefits like food stamps or Medicaid immigrants who've received cash assistance, or long term medical care already have a strike against them when applying for citizenship among the consequences of this shift what it does to hospitals. Marketplace's Eric embarrasses more. The department of homeland security says the more restrictive policy would save over two billion dollars a year in public assistance. But then summer is a health columnist at Harbert says those short term savings are small compared to the long term costs is could be really damaging. Safety net hospitals, especially for those that have high numbers of immigrant patients or families of mixed immigration status in their areas. And that's because families may just decide that it's not worth the risk of using a federal public benefit. That's Alison or is a healthcare policy lawyer in Washington. She says immigrants who fear being denied a path to citizenship may drop their health coverage and back could cause hospitals to lose seventeen billion dollars a year in Medicaid and Kip reimbursements. Katherine Baker held economists. At the university of Chicago says people without coverage would still use hospitals. But when you're uninsured. You're much more likely to have a Bill sent to collection, and that means the hospital or the doctors not getting paid for the services delivered, and that.
"mr potato" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"A study recently found that America's number one favorite pasta spaghetti. What is second genie a person who is able to use both hands with equal skill is called what what's the smallest state in America by land area, Rhode Island. Not only do airbags help passengers survived car crashes, but they're also used to save people from what natural disaster hurricanes. What do they call the first full moon in October blooming in one thousand two what was the first toy ever advertised on television? Let's send it on over to the scoreboard. And see how you guys did with. You got one direct today? Three. Brooke? It's your seventeenth win in a row bream. Sorry. Not win the money. Okay. That's going to be okay. Over the answers for national positi study recently found that America's number one favorite pasta spaghetti a second is fettuccini person able to use both hands with equal skill is called a wizard. Smallest state in America by land area, Rhode Island. Not only do airbags how passenger car crashes, but they also help them survive avalanches. What do they call the first full moon in October, a harvest moon in one thousand nine hundred to what was the first toy ever advertised on television that would be Mr. potato.
"mr potato" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Slinky dog and alien Rex. Tell what's behind it. Almost looks like they could be in heaven, just see. You see this? Looking. Right. Plastic sports, Mr. potato head MRs potato head everybody bumps into each other. Now. Like, a sport like a homemade toy with like pipe cleaners for arms crafty, perhaps that'll be a plot point in the movie like toys, Alexis may have made. Yeah. Something like that. All right. I gotta get to two. I guys. Yeah. You know? I actually think one was my least favorite. Whoa. I wasn't that impressed. All the time over the nasty neighbor's house that decade. Was like, whoa, guys. That's a prisoner kind of situation. Tag hostage lake hashtag called the authorities cult. Yeah. He wasn't a good sage on. But I'm dying to get to number two. Toy story. Three you'll cry toys. That's how I feel about bad Santa two. There's a great incinerator scene and story three where you'll be pushed to the brink emotionally, Donna. Okay. I challenge that. Do you know? You know, I cry very easily. Good. Good good. Do. We know when Toy Story for is coming out summer of twenty nineteen. So very simple. It'll be here. No time. Absolutely. All right. You know, what we've got a price for some money. In fact, caller seven right now at six five one six four one one zero seven one Ryan tell them what they'll win. Well, if you are caller seven right now, you'll get a one sixty minute float session.
"mr potato" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Ear, and maybe you should do you should get. An additional part of the boss is a bronze ear laying next to the rest of me. All right. So. Actual ear. Yes. So I'm there in the hall of fame with only one ear on my boss, and then my actual ear has been bronzed. And it's next to the display you're talking about a like, a gotta see exhibit are you gonna? But that that's the problem though. Right because didn't Madden say that the bus talk to each other at night. How does your bus going to be able to hear the ear? Does it make you here? It's your ear drum are do you think who do you want to be on the sides? Here always think once you remove Mr. potato head's ears. He can't hear no more. Another ear. Okay. I can't hear you from that one particular site again, I'll let you Chris Collins worth to be on that side. Right. So I don't have to hear to hear him. Aw. The hell. I want him on my side. So I can look at them. It'd be like how the hell did you make it in? That's what needs to happen. I just used Mr. potato head to break. Kevin science about hearing out of ears. I just wanted that pointed out that all being said don't you kinda hope I get to start for a Super Bowl winning team? Now. Absolutely. Because you're gonna win and then we get to go. Visit your hall of fame earless bust. Exactly playoffs lose tip of pinky stat season break my hand Super Bowl cut off two fingers. Win the Super Bowl cut off an air. Goalby you walked into the hall of fame and saw Kevin's bus sitting there. I would think would you push it over. Yes. While.
"mr potato" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All of our problems It's it's not about a number that's what negotiations are all about it's fifty percent obviously too hard luck time in a very prosperous America an America that was growing the, middle class. In America in. Which working families were doing better generation after generation after generation or the top marginal rate. Was well above fifty percents, ninety percents that's exactly right the left? Never ever ever will actually give you a straight, answer on this particular question when you say to them what is your, preferred top, tax rate they'll never tell you that it's one hundred percent but it basically is one, hundred percent folks on the, left will, say you know when when the tax rates really, good is when the top marginal tax rate was ninety one. Percents under JFK ignoring of course the fact that everybody basically avoided paying the ninety one percent top tax rate with variety of loopholes and. Deductions but if you really believe that this is a winning campaign in the. United States winning campaign, is I want to raise everybody's taxes dramatically talk to Walter Mondale circa nineteen Eighty-four Hey this is this is your program let's raise. Taxes incredibly high yeah genius genius. Ideas from left also outrageous on. The program as well so Cory. Booker also wants to run for president in two thousand nine hundred this. Is why when people say the Donald Trump is running at a disadvantage in two thousand twenty I just wonder who they think he's going to run against if it's going to, be Elizabeth. Warren who sending. Smoke signals or Cory Booker wild-eyed Cory Booker the advantage has to be with Trump Cory. Booker is the Senator from, New Jersey one of the senators from? New Jersey along with the the execrable Bob Menendez, and Cory Booker has decided that he is going to play crazy is, Mr. potato, head in his twenty twenty campaign he's gonna get out his angry I slap those things, on and then he's going, to go, out and campaign everything that he says is five, times too crazy for actual for actual moderate politics here he. Is yesterday suggesting that anyone who supports the nomination of Brett cavenaugh for the supreme court is complicit in evil and behind him is Elizabeth. Warren even she looks awkward over this E The outrage. Routine every time Cory Booker. Speaks he thinks that he's doing the McCarthy or have you know decency, sir and it grates, really really. Quickly moral outrage does not work against President Trump and it doesn't work on the American. People when you're talking about the nomination of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme, court the left is already attempting to mobilize against Kavanagh's, nomination not by suggesting that there are holes in his legal resume or by asking specific questions about his record or how he will rule on future, cases but simply by stating over and over and over again that you're, evil if you support Brad. Kavanagh, well this was exactly the thing that led to Trump's presidency in the first. Place everybody on the, right got tired of hearing they. Will they were evil for disagreeing, politically and so the left is doubling down on all of. That so what have we learned from the left in the last twenty four? Hours we've learned the program involves this dishonestly suggesting that satire is actually real for the purposes of attacking. People we've learned from the left that they want tax rates radically elevated and we've learned from the. Left they are. Evil if you support a judge Judge disagrees with, Cory Booker on. Abortion this is what we've. Learned from the left the radicalization of the Democratic Party is happening in, real time and this, is not. Me suggesting this from some suggests subjective point of view realclearpolitics has these charts that shows. Sort of the movement in the party politics over the past twenty years, and what you see is that the Republican party moved, to the right leading until two thousand ten and since two thousand ten the Republican party has basically been stagnant in its policies that the left Democratic, Party has moved radically to the left since two thousand ten and that's, not a giant surprise because. Just, watching it in real tiny concede happening I'm old enough to remember when Barack. Obama was running on, behalf of British marriage and suggesting. That he didn't want to raise, taxes in two thousand eight and they've got Elizabeth Warren who's. Gonna run on transgender bathrooms and fifty percent tax rates that might be a? Little bit too radical for the American people now the other angle that folks on the left could take. Is that the Republicans in congress aren't checking President Trump quite enough that the Republicans in congress are. Letting President Trump. Have his way the problem It's hard to come up, with the evidence that on policy there actually letting Trump have his way except. Perhaps on the issue of tariffs were congress really should seize back its power it's a it's a legislative. Power under article one of the constitution to handle tariff policy but on other areas is for example. On Putin loves his suggested, that the Republicans are complicit in allowing president from to sell out the country to Vladimir Putin except for the fact that the policy that. Has been promulgated by congress is much harsher under President Trump than it ever was. Under President Obama yesterday for example Senator Mitch McConnell the Senate majority leader cocaine Mitch he came out and he said that speaker of the house Paul Ryan, the two of them would not be welcoming Putin to give some sort of joint address. To the houses of congress so they're not gonna go along with. The, sort of warm feeling the President Trump has for Putin again the policy that Trump has pursued via Putin is very different from the verbiage is spoken Putin with regard to Putin here's Mitch McConnell elucidating Well. I can only speak for the congress bigger not made it, clear, that, Putin will not be welcome up here at the capitol again if the ideas you needed to elect Democrats to check. The president of the United States I'm failing to see where Trump has really overwritten is constitutional boundaries. Except, in the area of tariffs and there is a case to be made Republicans should stop on that stuff for the. Sake of Trump's. Presidency But the case for a Democratic, Congress has never been weaker I think and? That's, why I'm so bewildered by George Wilson that, we need Democrats in congress to check President Trump coming up the Democrats have come. Up, with the most important issue of our time and they will be running on this issue, in cities across the country what is that issues the poop on the streets spread the disease is, it poverty or the homeless no issue is. You sit your drink don't you to is the Ben Shapiro show.
"mr potato" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"Something just through facebook people wanna help them they volunteered and it's been translated so far into twenty nine languages the movie wow yeah because people wanted to help now we have all these languages i want to speak to people who are influential in government someone to screen it happy to private screen it was a date you just ask people to go on a date with you watch a movie be the only stuff it still feeling sorry for me i don't because i don't feel anything all right you are being facebook yes so that's the most strongest platform yeah we're working on like a website but all these things have no experience in so things take in time but we won't people to organize events in that community it will cost the bit of money to get us over with the flight give us a sandwich but he wants free travel there's no way that we can from this but it shouldn't be expensive k wilson that's how you can find her on facebook k a y yeah wilson thank you for letting me into your bedroom thank you for laughing at my pain and suffering i always do not anything that i know that's where i love you and if that didn't blow your mind somehow than you need to listen to this again i need you out there in the world sharing this content this is a woman that handles terror and humor and everything in between at a level that i've i've never seen an force that out of her so really this is all me no it really is important you know you can keep subscribing to us the mideast follow us online and on facebook on twitter at mideast sees this has been another episode of the mideast podcast.
"mr potato" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"I watched it i to save my life about that's heavy that's cozma something funny so don't think funny thing with it but the thing is do i think that i was safe repurpose that begs huge questions because i'm god's little pet these sleeping on the job when christine got murdered so i don't personally attribute any bigger importance to it i don't think it's i don't think it's special i'd just signed for i am alive and that i can use my voice to a scratch on the surface of the earth and sometimes you play with potato heads away you have potato heads in this this awkward equity i had a team i have a library to your listeners about how into larry's alive worry this young i'll come on the street books languages i think people should know that you have not one but two potato heads were presence they're not it's not like children hill now it's really pathetic or sometimes in fact let me tell you to your listeners molly actually she came around this morning with a wonderful family and they oughta check schuco which is an israeli dish brexit wishes so makes it so well i that's the only thing i had to bring our own food well that's the point so molly text me says can i come round and i said i'd love to see you but you have to get the shopping because i cannot come with going into shop fighting with his riley's or anybody so there things are days well the only thing coming much stronger but there are days where i just can't leave the house i can't watch anything on the computer town read i'm not an eater comforter and so my friends gave me a couple of mr potato heads i just spend a few hours just put in the mold together i mean it's incredibly embarrassing but i feel if i'm always something out at your potato it makes sense right right yeah really nice title in my dark times i have an adult coloring book it has all the back it's at a so pathetic i thank you so much i don't not like boobs it's like bad words it's just so i would have you need to come revote why can't you just khanna something opinions you just like me to start drawing on walls wherever i can be mokri adult kind of come to well it's not like you took an accident hato and made that you bought a by it had someone who as someone let's move to go that's really hit bumbler soak anymore offended you i can't believe i found a way to do it all the time you have you know what anybody's welcome to come to my house and play potato yep muslim chris anybody driver any decent person you have to be a decent person yet include snowflakes because they can be good it's not like saudi sin if people wanna watch this documentary either in israel or possibly when it goes on tour how how do they do this how do they get more involved how do they learn about you this is why you self promote again okay so that's what i well it's not learning about me learning about a little projects just about me i'm the reason with doing this is to stop the funding of the wouldbe madras okay houses i learned i don't know i need help i if we loss of painless said we want we want to screen this movie which is okay but it's not enough just to see the movie and say wow that was really amazing movie you want action on action we need people to help and listen i'll tell you.
"mr potato" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"The one hand it's like a two four method driven with justice earner righteous believe a righteous anger okay on the other hand if i'm going to hate to have to make directional limited i don't have the right and i do not want to hate anybody else who doesn't bear any responsibility for this so you have four thousands of deer are people in muslim people live under the palestinian authority innocent lovely people wanna get on with their lives so i've got my personal agenda with them but don't take away my right to think that's how i did these snowflakes fuckers that you really wanted to i don't kennedy's that word on live radio do the privacy and no no that's fine you can say it for me you say it and you say it was such logic and almost in a creepy psycho pathway how how sterile it is and i get it but what do you want what do you want me to just break down all kind of do i wanna make the the victim cry that sounds awful doesn't sound awful but i look i've spoken about this whole spoken to people about this new development with hate the right to hate the virtue great but i've spoken about the whole thing so many times in order to protect your own soul you kind of you can't go there emotionally and also for the listener i mean i think the power in my story is i don't stand up junk about it from start to finish it's horrific thing that happened christine myself but when you talk about this i wouldn't wanna listen to somebody just fetching for forty five minutes all right doc wine is lizard so you have to bring in huma yeah also to alleviate the listless just terrible it's too much this install it has to be done with taste that has to be done with timing i'm learning i go you have to know when to say something the tone of your voice yeah let people absorb the horror but you can't leave them there it's not fair and you to this in many ways you've been a speaker that has gone around on college campuses you have done ted talks and you've gone to the un you've gone to the yield right now i'm on my way to the year yet tell us a little bit about now this next plight okay the knicks social activist kay wilson yeah yeah so i know you're gonna talk about this and if you don't i don't know why but isreaeli tv to sit in the maysan documentary okay about the attack in the capture the terrorists literally promoting yourself no i'm not intended you for tell you why i'm so great that right even fill song comfortable i'm not so great i've if it wasn't so great it would be hysterical not for everyone who hasn't had the misfortune of seeing me i'm hardly gal gadot and then find myself in these though i know i know i think it's my sense of freshman as well so the point the point is that the documentary black forest black forest okay it's an incredibly nuanced pieces cinematography okay it's not gory but it you're then you're they reconstruct the attack you see original police footage where they take the murderous respect to the forest and the police asked him why did you come here we came to kill kill who choose or another these things very very important to you think in a weird way always again you do but like this attack happened with a reason that you had to end up here or would you choose to never have it happen to you again and never be doing what you're doing which is significant work now more that's two questions of course is a i would have preferred that these things never happened now the answer to both of the question hinges on one thing or i if i would have been alone if i were just being alone christie wasn't with me it would have been a lot easier psychologically but and this is powerful sentence but i.
"mr potato" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"Palestinian national state tv which glorifies these same people who had happened innocent christian woman which was your friend yes and they were in court they were brought to criminal charges of did they weren't aware that you were alive you know that's a really i'm smiling hair which was this is what i wish it was tv a night sitting in their prison cells what should me doing the sensory really you could probably hear my voice i'm grinning with yeah i got to cold it was very small it's like i'm five maters awhile converted bomb shelter you know it's just it's israel the everything's a converted and then five meters the why they do a double take i did a double tang ago i i had a friend kind with me who's my ira bus driver that used to work with went on guiding lovely guy big burly churlish and the terrorists start like talking to each other whispering frantically on i told my friend said i want us israel nine security i said honey what's going on and he says he won't believe it they didn't know you were alive and then i was like injected with oh just justice i tried to breathe so deeply so they'd see my chest expanding and and like grin in when it was extrordinary moment not one that i'd want to relive but it was it was amazing well how do you now that it's been a few years how do you stay in touch with arabs how do you befriend them because you do you do this thing now where you've sort of identified there are areas that do want to coexist with jews have normal lives but they're afraid to say that for fear of other arabs considering them normalizing the situation and therefore wanting to kill them for what they're doing and you seek out those kinds of arabs and give them shelter literally in your own house and you even have a nonprofit with an arab which is all about education and how being other arabs how do that okay this is gonna offend the snowflake generate they're out there they listened to yeah they're listening okay so listen snowflakes muscle up first of all i had our muslim friends before they attack kyw so for instance one of the first people come to hospitalises our bus driver i had a muslim taxi driver took me to trauma serafino charge nearly every time as people so just by process of law logic i understood that not every muslim palestinian terrorist okay how been said that it was undoubtedly i've been through an incredible trauma i am still hesitant about things like getting in an elevator with people i don't know our men in i'm not through yet but this goes back to the snowflakes all right and i say kind of sarcastically but the worst thing you can do today apparently is to hate you must not hate anything you know hate crimes on i contest that hate his virtue and its moral necessity so how do i do it i have i believe every right to hate them for what they did to me christine okay and i do and i'll say all of the radio wives i hate them for destroy my life now what's hates the emotions on so intense as i were seventies ago only because i i don't forgive but only because it's tire into live on that emotional level so what i've done though is put this energy which i think is a positive energy to wards hating them making sure that they never get out of prison that we're going to stop the funding them monthly reward that they get which is from western money's so on.
"mr potato" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"This is the mid east peace podcast i am your host molly livingstone and we are dying right in i had the honor and privilege of interviewing k wilson and that's not sarcasm that's genuine a woman that survived a terrorist attack and that does no justice to her story the person she has become she's like modern day gandhi she really is if you don't believe me just listen in and afterwards you're welcome i am here with k wilson in what sounds like an echo bare room because it is pretty much just that don't have a lot of things to you k books these puppy you're making out with your dog that is that part of the ptsd jinx no just let bonding well k wilson you are best known as surviving a terrorist attack before that you were like an average person below average even though i actually i always excelled average an average that king you here by the way ks many bracelets yeah it's not like i haven't arrested her she's not in trouble yet not yet there's no sound handcuffs before what year was it lets into okay before two thousand and ten you our tour guide you lived in israel you moved from england here many many years ago showing off the land the people how wonderful everything is and there was a day in december that your life changed yes what i was taking my christian american friend for hike christine lucan and they're on chabad autumn day were accosted by two palestinian terrorists howled it my point for half an hour they found wise riley id i seemed christine was also jewish and i tied up gagged this and started hacking with machetes and christine was trump top before my eyes and i played that sustained 'certain machete wounds and thirty broken bones you just say at like you've said it i know you've said it a million times like i read out shopping list yeah you have to do it like that yeah i can't afford to let myself h tom i speak about it at shauwie emotionally go there it's too big and i'm not a psychopath is just a case of how come out yet this is the case out to communicate this without chunking up and in doing that obviously couldn't go back to being a tour guide first of all physically yeah but emotionally and mentally die here in a day they're right but when you are trying to pick up the pieces of your life and recuperate the fact that you survived that and the way you just said it i know i'm like rushing through it and the audience is probably way way woman stabbed practically to death watches her friend also die survives by you essentially crawled out of the four when they left i didn't they will go and actually what happens is they were just a few feet away terrorists having a smoke they did not have still alive i didn't know they would dead so i mean they were there that was freudian i have better that's how i rooted helena turkish prison no so i got up and i didn't crawl but i won't step by step for over mild until i found help i must tell people this too because they will coat due to the fact that i stopped one with my pen knife very lightly in the knots yeah yeah yes i could be aggressive i want but he bled in his blood on my sleeve the police they checked my clothes for some hope for his dna or idea and that's how that's how they were so they work hot i will note those ferenza forensic evidence was no doubt they'd murdered somebody else before ten months previously and face them in court what terrorist group was this fattah fatah i say say i am of us who is the current anyhow tinian president yes he's the current inciter at the moment the one who's responsible for.
"mr potato" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Good internet sketch comedy there's a group called mr potato anderson is not right something potato iron potato oh they made same z's which is probably one of the best internet shorts ever it's about a caveman that love having sex with each other and they've realized that no we gotta have sex with women have to have sex with men six women and because things doesn't make people there's not enough people and it's just really funny mr potato so mr potato yeah so it's really fucking funny it's like we can't came because i love see we have seen just like this is this argument about not having being able to have sex and they're all furious about it really fucking funny yeah thought about the longtime literally only video on the channel they made the one video and they're like mic drop in their out yeah chris jack stuff it'll no man they some really funny stuff to your buddy dante came into some age you guys bosco yeah he was in one of those things eighty really funny stuff like the i think the one you might have seen gus perfectly timed villain not one oh yeah yeah this is really funny yeah that's good one cool wren was making a pudgy video can we do what that's going to be remember ran the reaper from oh neil communities he's like one of the main news a quarter digital now really yeah one of these before we get to far away from lineal or feature homeowners if you have any fucking problems with water if you clear water rest them immediately away water and you shouldn't be hearing water investigates you hear what are you might supposed to be hearing.
"mr potato" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"How was it andy slinky was smoking cigarettes deadly smokes weed two hundred percent laws i liked him though i loved him who's your favorite secondary toy story character just while we're on it before we move on probably the man i don't know is it wrecks no suppose you remember the penguin they find mr potato has guys potato head yeah yeah the penguin weasley loses a squeaker yeah yeah it's fucked up anyway all these movies are fucking sad though i know trying to make the kids cry i know i feel like the kids never cry no always the adult car right now you go home toys what happened to what happened to his wife mommy they ever go to paradise falls no they didn't that me as weird saving i'm sorry for saying that she shoot it at me shoot at me all right all right choice the three wins wins ready to leave versus finding nemo honestly i might give the to readily i swear to god i think it's a better movie but like finding nemo was the better movie way far way more for the culture right and people are going to hate us for that right liked ready to so you're you're i don't know where i am i'm to finding nemo now i think because honestly i think it's just like i haven't seen in a while i've seen ready to like like recently right now that's fucking i'm staying original i'm gonna go back i'm gonna say to.
"mr potato" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"All right inaba sitting there laughing kevin nabi layer laughing that we we were right and everybody else is wrong but they were too blinded by divine beasts to worry about it and they're she late that she can say it was pretty cool it was you game i'm not mad i'm just saying what mr potato head rights into kind of funny dot com slash kfi gd and says hey guys so i was wondering if passed mediocre spiderman games can harm the success of hashtags for both commercially and critically because how will the average joe know that this time it's the real deal a big budget aaa game with a competent developer and not the same old same oil also what's your prediction and how will fare critically and commercially thought i don't spiderman games in the past will not harm this game in the slightest because people get superstock for spiderman games it's been awhile since the spiderman game and when you think of spiderman games i me personally and i would imagine most people are way more inclined to think about the rats games they played than the ones they played they didn't enjoy that awesome atari twenty six hundred climbing a building in the green goblin to the top nail that actually really like i mean i for me i am merely jumped to spiderman to which of course out of shitty story but was open with a minute we all love it and play like crazy people right or you jumped to a spiderman sega genesis that stands out i know a lot of people do not agree with me on a web of shadows in love web of shadows what what about in that one version of sonoma for genesis where you fights might around batman and godzilla in the same game as an injury.
"mr potato" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Dinners and you know walk around mr potato had that is it's charming it's cute it was a good event and i did these are serious thank these are these are real i'm not making this up it was a video that was produced with mr potato head and she was eating potato chips i i get it i love it we all love hasbro we love mr potato head maybe you'll be mr potato had this halloween just stack keep a gun but where's the real where's the beef where's the real deal where's the realitychek we're at where is you know what i'm tete i am totally ticked off that alexi on his leaving we gave them some tax credits they let us down you know what i'm going to base this head on and i'm and i am going over to talk to the people haven't been there in a year or eleven months she she coulda had a baby since this whole thing started since the last time the governor was at the department of human services accord and if i'm wrong once again gang over there and the governor's office the governor's gang call me up you you love you love to call me out if i'm wrong if i'm wrong in the governor's been there to talk to the people that work there after october 15th 2016 please let me now hit me right between the ice june's in north providence on wpro high june hey june where's my june and click on a thing jio i all right how you doing i'm good how are you okay all i can say is done so glad i reported to waste your when you if you did yeah did you and you you have been keeping notes you have been diligent yes and you know um on eight on august seven five o'clock don't well new i'm now require an information from go all right yeah well you know it and what is that what does that tell us tell us here yeah counterfeit there a gulf for not enter roy aramco or the governor go in and go only wind change a contract for coal by the feds and active role at how would go oh he's trying to cover it felt about and between conroy and now instead.