17 Burst results for "Mr Vincent"

"mr vincent" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:20 min | Last month

"mr vincent" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Services and win. I'm on today with my co host, Cynthia Becker. Cynthia's the hostess of the reality. Syriza's CPS. The horror stories simply almost forgot the name of the show. How are you today? I'm good. How are you? Good. Good. You ready to take some calls today? Yes, Absolutely. You know, Um, we're not on our regular time zone today. Our show is generally on Saturday evenings from 7 P.m. to 9 P.m.. We're here today because we were preempted by USC Football. The U. S. A. U C L. A football game. So let's take some. Let's take some calls. Let's talk Tonto J. From Northern California J. Did you have a story to tell or a question to ask? Good afternoon, Mr Vincent and Good afternoon, Mr Gildea. Speckle. How are you doing? Doing Fine. How are you? I'm being good. I just want to ask a few questions. Theology. I forgot to ask this question. If my Children was removed on July 17 and my trial is on January 19 2 days before six months. Um do I have? Because after six months, you know, I can't father claim against government entity. So do I have to file that before six months old. You know, Joe, I'm not following your question. Okay. My Children was removed on July 17 when you're jealous you into 2020. And my trial is on January 19 2 days before six months, lips. And you know, as you know that if you want to follow a claim against the government entity for the removal of the Children without probable cause we got award. We have only can do that before six months. So, um, my trial is to this, uh, before the after the six months, or shall I file that? Um, well, you know, that's a tough question. Um I would say file it before the six month date just to be safe. But I was talking to someone recently that told me that Governor Newsome signed into law a bill that increases that six month period. I'm not sure about that. I haven't read the law. But I would say, you know if you want to be safe, violent before the six month period Okay. J. Okay, Then. My another question is what happened if my wife makes some false allegations against me. And I wanted on my Children support that. But every day shows different is that will be challenging time if I oppose to give the Children back to her. Well, you know any time your wife and your Children are testifying contrary to what you're testifying to you have a problem. Okay? And you know, and when they're factual decisions or factual discrepancies, um, you have that's for the judge and jury to decide. Mm hmm. And if Mr Winston what happens if the when the allegation meant I was indifference is the city at different places. Then, um, that's uh well, if you have, if you have, if you have proof, witnesses, perhaps video evidence that shows you're in a different place at a different time or at the same time. Um, you know, you're probably when that factual dispute but it's hard to say you know, judges and Juries don't always see cases the way we see them. All right? Mm hmm. Okay. That's the only question I have. Thank you. Hey, thanks for calling in. Thanks for listening. Thanks, Jay. Yeah. Um, let's take another call Cynthia. Let's talk to Vanessa from Northern California. Vanessa, did you have a story to tell or a question to ask? Both. That's okay. Good. I wanted to say how you guys are doing and thank you for your shows and shit. Really helps him up. Well, I appreciate that, Vanessa. Thank you for listening and thank you for calling in today. So what's going on? Well. It's been a year already since my Children were taken from their death. Um And They're holding them. CPSC holding them. Due to false allegations. And, um What's not? I mean, what I don't get is that the false allegation? Um, are keeping my Children from me. But did I have Ah, right too. Get my Children before they mean before they were taken to me. Because they were taken from their dad. So were you in the dead living together at that time? No. We've been separated for two years. I've been fighting. Or custody for my Children out of court and now in court because you got them taken from them by soup here, Okay, So what you should do? Do you have an attorney that's assigned to you? No, I've I've already had five, um public defenders that I'll quit on me without even a notice to me. They just quit. And Hyman even know who my other attorney is. You need to find out who your attorney is. And you need to do this. You need to have a meeting. You know, with the file you and that attorney should go over everything. You should develop a legal strategy with that attorney and then use you and the attorney should implement that strategy. He tried to do that. And they all tell me that I'm guilty of the false allegations, and they just want me to sign over my parental rights. Okay, because the allegations are way out like First of all the allegation is of my son was 10 years old. He's 15 now that he was hospitalized for four years, um in like 51 50, and they don't even have no evidence of that. Because I had my son when he was 10..

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"mr vincent" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:12 min | 8 months ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on First Take

"The police. Delicacies! Kelly here, he's back. Go ahead, man! He's back. In incense in Cincinnati Sheriff deputies raised the blue. Lives matter flag instead of the American flag in front of the Justice Center in Hamilton County in spite of what's happening or maybe because of what's happening in the street. What do you think explains this kind of point of view from law enforcement in Bolton's them to take these illegal measures? It seems to me particularly in the face of this social upheaval. Yeah, it's a great point There is a kind of bipolar. Juxtaposition, if you will not opposition, but juxtaposition between on the one hand what we see going on in these streets today in terms of protests, and the way in which the reinforcement of structural inequality structural racism in American Society, the Police Department and law enforcement more broadly. Has Been Part and parcel woven warp of a culture that has been intolerant of difference. Why is it that the police chief in Minneapolis acted the way he did because he filed a suit some years ago. Claiming that the local police department was engaging in racist behavior. He then led. It led him to that. Is that sensitivity to firing these police as soon as they murdered? Mr Flowing and also to insist that they be held accountable. We need more police departments like that where we don't reinforce a deeply entrenched ratio, animus and bias against African American people and the Anti blackness woven into the very fabric of the culture, hoisting a flag. Of Blue all lives matter, or in this case, blue lives, matter is akin to symbolically rearing the confederate flag against the larger nation in deference to one's own sectional loyalties, so I think the convergence of votes that confederacy and cops at that level knowing that white supremacists have penetrated to a deep degree law enforcement in America suggests to us that the problem can't be the law and the rest of us. WHO's going to protect service as K.? R. S. One set from the cops themselves and this is why we need. This is why we need community policing. This is why we need. Police live in the communities that they are policing so that they will see. That's my aunt, my uncle that somebody I know that's my homeboy which Katrin an Anorak. Absolutely, no question where it's hard to argue with you or Miss Jenkins this morning. There's no question that when terms of as Miss. Jenkins said choosing a knee. We have to talk about the knee Colin Kaepernick. Did Place on that Gridiron to suggest that there was a problem in even if one disagree about method and manner, the ultimate message is real. It's powerful. It's poignant is compelling, and we've got to grapple with it somehow. Well Dr Dyson I certainly can't argue with a couple of points Max made, but that's for me and Max to deal with on another day which we will make no mistake about it. We got a law week ahead of us. As it pertains to Colin Kaepernick the only thing that I will say this I totally agree with Sally Jenkins the only thing that I would add as I really wish. A distinction was made between the NFL owners and the NFL. The NFL led by Roger Goodell with an executive. Vp who was a black man in Troy Vincent. WHO does a lot progressively the things that they have tried to work that they have put in shows that the intent is distinguishable different from what you get from a multitude of NFL owners, and I think we always in fairness to the NFL to make sure we like that, but stand with your. Your point Dr Dyson I would like to ask you moving forward. You talk about community involvement. What did you think of the idea of having some kind of and I? Use this word I understand the topic that we're living in into word, but an overseer in terms of a national police commission. I don't know how plausible that is, but in light of the fact that we have one presidential. Presidential candidate that his is from Asli. No for his position during the crime bill in nineteen ninety-three when he was pushing for that, and he call folks predators on the streets to a president and the office that just brought up dogs as in vicious dogs waiting for the protest I. think that when we look at things from a federal perspective. There's a lot of reticence. There's a lot of hesitancy. Hesitancy when it comes to things that need to be addressed at the federal level, so I'm asking you. Is this something some kind of remedy involving a police commissioner or somebody or board over everything before it can get to the attorney general where the police behavior Tim be dealt with before even arrest made somebody to monitor what the police are doing. What do you think about all of that? That's very powerful compelling, and let me say first of all. Mr Vincent and Malcolm Jenkins so you saw. There are one football player. One of the have done extraordinary work in trying to address many of these issues, so there's no question about that and I think that the section you make. There is more than technical that the way in which a bunch of billionaire white guys whose own ethos is antithetical to the encouragement of difference and those like Mr Vincent a black man to play the game himself and Malcolm Jenkins. WHO's on that? Gridiron is well talking explicitly and openly about racial inequality. Yes, there's no question when it comes to a policeman of the police of police czar. Steven eight when we talk about. Somebody who could talk about? How this is going because we that the under the Obama Administration Ag Eric holder one of the great. attorneys-general, we've ever had a had covenants with police. Departments examined them routinely. Look at what happened in Ferguson talking about what the corrupt culture of policing was day or or join with. Organization like Noble. National Organization of blacks and law enforcement headed right now by. Chief CJ Davis from the Durham Police Department tremendously brilliant Black Woman Who and those release people who are black by large understand ratio animus. They are victims of it themselves. They have been victimized by white supremacy within their own ranks and are deeply profoundly sensitive to this. So yes, we need police. Policing of the police. We need a police czar. We need to the ability to leverage penalty, fine and sanction against police departments that refuse to be trained, not like in Minnesota where they overrode chief did by saying we have warrior light stances, and we will pay the fifty five thousand dollars in warrior training. This is what ends up happening. It converges release, logic, legal logic, and the logic of white supremacy to really squelched the brethren from black people, and to have the greatest endemic besides nineteen that we've had. Laura I just want to say this to end this segment. I listen I don't believe that the police officers need training because of training with an issue. You'd be doing it to white people you know what to do. You just don't care when it comes to black people in a lot of instances that we're talking about so if if it's not being done the white folks clearly not training, clearly, you have the training necessary. You just don't choose to exercise it in some situations indiscriminately against black men period. It's your home. Speaking and I need you to do me a couple of favors. I could get that blueberry that rolled under the fridge last week. It's throwing my functions. Way Off SPEC anything. Bundle your home and car insurance with GEICO. It's easy, and we could save money. Lastly, I know you're thinking of painting the nursery back to off white, but I'm actually feeling. This baby blue didn't think.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:02 min | 10 months ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On CBS in nineteen forty two it was on the air for the next twenty years with many talented directors in fact each brought his own mark to suspense making it one of the most diverse unusually broad based programs on the air suspense was known as the actors theatre folks like Frederick March Charles Laughton Peter Lori Gregory Peck Olivia de Havilland Orson Welles head of the cast many top film stars asked to return for encore performances early in the program a general format was established and continue throughout suspense open with the sound of soft church bells intermingled with stinging music by the fall of the first year Joseph Kerns the grim voice fellow known as the man in black was aboard incinerator that continued through the Roma wines beers with Truman Bradley doing the commercials the man in black it disappeared by the time the program went to sixty minutes in nineteen forty eight return with us now to those five of those days of yester year with suspense and then surprise guest starring in the strange death of Charles Duberstein from November of nineteen forty three another classic radio moments from the archives of yester year and this is the man in black winter Olympians program the same adding our Hollywood cast tonight is the distinguished American actor the star of the Broadway suspense drama angel street has recently returned to this post three to his film career Mr Vincent Price do not dispense play which presents with the price at which is produced and directed by Williams related episode in recent years and the unfriendly not the capital of Berlin the strange death of by E. Jackie human tonight stay all if you have been with us before you'll know that dispenses compounded of mystery and suspicion and dangerous adventure in this series on tales calculated to increase to offer you a precarious situation and would hold it for you and now with the strange death of Charles Bernstein and the performance of instant price we gain over the doing and I would think I'd be I thought that somebody discovered my intentions met me to the breaking point nothing it's it's everything it runs smoothly as I'd planned no evidence not the slightest trace nothing and yet I was cracked a quiet how the papers in my briefcase trying to get information forwarded to my office and he knew our power he didn't know I stood.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on WEEI

"Go. Better. Yeah. Jackson Hayes is he's got good upside, he's raw right now. I'm not gonna say he's a project but I think the future was a lot better than the prison. And he's seven feet tall. And he's athletes, and he can put the ball in the basket and defend in rebounds. So I think I think that's a good pick number eight. And also, you know, one of the things that I don't know if you've talked about much date in recent weeks. But when it was first announced that he was picked number one, everybody assumed pelicans. Obviously, they, he kind of walked out of the woman, people fall. Well, maybe he's really unhappy. And everybody has the fought of being a star in the Big Apple in New York. I think every young man thinks about that young lady. But, you know, I think that moment, I think more walked over overwhelm. Okay. So I don't know if you've talked about that much. But I feel more of that than the fact that you want to go to the politics. I think when he gets there now you don't know in years down the road just like Anthony. You don't know what it's going to happen. You don't know if he's been vineyard championships, or what it's going to happen long term. Short term, you know, he's going to be very popular in the city. And I think he's going to be very happy here, at least in the short term early years. And again, if the team starts getting close to championship so wins them, you know, maybe he'll be all these guys for many years, but he's going to be happy in the Shortland. Oh, absolutely. Yeah, I've been to New Orleans five or six. In the last three years now, I don't know why anybody wouldn't wanna live. There was so much fun and great friendly people in great food, and good weather. I mean to me, it should be a destination place for free agents. That's right. Desert in the world venue as did they, they, they were at the cafe du Monde today with Marty Smith. And we talked about in the last hour, and they brought the as out of the oven and they're all shape Lexi's today for on. That's funny. That's funny. They are delicious over there. And so I'm gonna tell you what, you know, when he comes down here. I mean, you know, it's going to be a place where he's going to be celebrated who knows. Maybe they do. Well, you're next year. He'll be the king of many celebrities have been what mardi gras parade mardi gras parade on the Sunday before fat Tuesday. So he might be the king of Bacchus in his first year as well. And, you know, when people talk about, well, they the pelicans committed to winning and Anthony Davis was fired of all the losing this last year. They made the playoffs and got to the second round after sweep Portland and around one without to Marcus cousin. So people have short memories when they say something like that. Well, let me also add here. Okay. It was a different year on the pass ownership. Those people were nice, but, you know, when the Bentsen's came in Mr. Benson of late, Mr Vincent, Tom Benson, who is very committed to bringing a winner was saints and bringing a winning program and his wife, Gail him in his memory to keep it going. So it's a whole new culture that we're allot cultural you talk about sports, but there's a whole new culture here at least comes, you know, to the major league teams I know unfortunately after the year of the minor league AAA baseball team, leaving the baby cakes, but that's a different levels sports, but they'll maybe people see that happen. So hey, we don't want anything else like that to happen. So they're going to really push to make sure that these two teams say here, I know fencing and her staff, and everybody is committed. So I think the culture is awarded properly overuse, this some, I think we're using it in the right way, goodstuff talking to against got half to have you on, again, soon to talk, some more NBA talk. Some more pelicans talk, some more annot Orleans. Vowed good. Always a pleasure. Next time you come down here. We'll take you out. We'll show you some of the town, you're gonna regret saying that I appreciate it. Scott Harrison on the progressive insurance hotline sponsored by progressive making it easy to bundle your home and car insurance producer Andrew. You've been in Orleans ever visited a couple of times, very city walking down bourbon street. It's amazing because I don't here in California. You can't walk down the street with alcohol like that when you buy it from a bar they've got holes, like windows in the sides of the bars. They walk down verb you throw money. They hand you drink through the window. And then you just keep walking down the street. Some believable driven those canes you ever had one of those Andrew, I have not I've never been to New Orleans turning twenty one actually I've been a couple of times beforehand, but experience those hurricanes will sneak up on, you know, they taste great. It tastes like a slurpee from seven eleven and before, you know, it, you're falling down drunk, you.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You a ten minute application get that get that filled out, and we'll be rolling with you. We can work with you. Whether you've done this or not before if you're a new investor we're going to hold your hand a bit. We're gonna make sure that you're taking advantage of our expertise to to get into the deal. You know, we don't want you to sort of get burnt by a contractor or to, you know, have unrealistic numbers. This is your first time going our new investor program sort of has us holding your hand a little bit connecting you with the right people. Make sure you're getting good numbers on this making sure that the the deal is going to work out for you. I mean from our perspective, our best client is a client with for a long time. Sometimes you get people who get into problems. Like, oh, well, look, you're going to get some fees on this or whatever. What a great deal for you. And I kind of say I'd much rather be Lennon's guy for the next five years, then make a little bit more money on this one deal. This is not a great deal for us. Our clients profit we profit to long term, and that's what we're looking to do. We're looking to build those those long term relationships where we can grow together. How quick is your approval process? Somebody comes here on a Monday. Can they have an approval on a Friday or is it the following Friday? Or is it the following following visit three weeks so one to two weeks is sort of a relaxed pace. If you come in to us on Mondays I absolutely need to close on Friday, and you're responsive. That's possible. Okay. That's possible assuming there's no Harry title issues word responsive. Yeah. No. If a client's responsive we've close in as little as forty eight hours, but that that's sort of like the planets are all aligning the appraiser can get there. Quickly gives us everything quickly. There's no title issues. It's just everything falls together. Right. Right which happens one in four million times. But yeah, but but a responsive organized borrower who is in seek of capital financing for a project or a home delivery is always more well received at a lending office of than somebody who is just a haphazard mass and wants to fight. Why do I need to give you my w two when I did my name. Nineteen seventy five I didn't have to give that. Well, you know, it's it's two thousand eighteen going into nineteen. And you know, we need to verify your income on your W two. Mr. Sch litter or the couples who don't communicate that never happens. Ask your wife for her paste out. Now, we don't talk. Yeah. We don't tell you. Yeah. Okay. Business partners to do what you want. What am I gonna give you that? So two to three weeks. It's good to save pace, no pun intended, Vincent pace. But it's a good safe way of of keeping the process moving along and putting undue pressure and set realistic expectations at three weeks. I'm kind of looking back and saying what went wrong, you know, even at two weeks is on this lower end of things. So I'd like to see one to two week closings get through sort of like clockwork. Right. You don't want any hangups. And if there are and and the biggest challenge, I would have to think for you would be title issues, if you get into some type of repossess property or for clothes property, or they didn't know there was back taxes that needed to be redeemed. And you gotta go get this. Certificate of redemption, and blah, blah. I mean, there's there's there's lots of ways that can be. That's the things that can lead to delay the -struction leans from a previous project. It went array negotiate that off. Yeah. So which you have no control over now and people get upset at the lender, including us when that happens, and we don't have any control over so. Yeah. Welcome to our world. So if people want to get a hold of you, Mr Vincent pace in the fine people at Barnet capital. How do they do that to two four two zero five seven two six six. All right. We're gonna take a quick break here headed Chapa Arini. But coming out of the break, we're going to throw it over to Dave Schlueter talking about the challenges that people face when buying properties with well. Am septic in it. And how is it properly maintained? How to do an inspection and all that good stuff? So we're going to be talking about that three one two five nine one eight nine.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Point two one percent US. Stocks falling trade concerns held center stage and apples poor. Forecasts hit tech heavy index is treasuries declined after hiring rebounded more than forecast in October of ministration reaction from Kevin Hassett, chairman of the. The president's council of economic advisers who was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg radio and television. So what we're seeing right now. Right as real wage growth, so Donald nominal wage growth above three. We're looking at three point one for both the wages and salaries and from what we got today, but the PC deflator is more than a percent alot that at and so that means that we got real wage growth, which means that, you know, underlying productivity is what's driving wages. Apples. Disappointing earnings reports sent the company's market value tumbling below one trillion dollars today. Right now, we have got apple shares down seven percent two. Oh, six seventy two on shares of apple gold. Little change down sixty four cents the ounce. Twelve thirty two right now. West Texas intermediate crude down one percent, sixty three oh six for a barrel of WTI. Recapping equities Laura SNP down Twenty-three dropped their of eight tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Messer and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg radio. All righty. Well, it is time for the bond report. And that was welcome in Mr Vincent Cigna, global macro strategist for Bloomberg here in our Bloomberg.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"R T. Thanks. It's listener sponsors and the Madison home brewers tasters guild whose members contribute their time and energy to w RT each and every year for information about the home brewers M, H T G dot org. And before that, we were listening to the music of Mr Vincent herring comes from his CD entitled hard times that last one was entitled summertime and featured the vocal work of let me see which who was that. Singing. Doesn't say. But that's tearing is a plays Alto and soprano saxophone, and he has asked I was chested up here. No and Carl alanon drums, Steve Torri plays trombone and. Brad Mason plays trumpet. And we that last tune was entitled summertime and then before that we heard the John handy composition entitled. Hard work. It is three thirty and next up the music of Joe Henderson. This goes back to nineteen Seventy-three in here. He's playing with. Oscar brashear. Louis gasket, great trumpet player who played with Santana at one time and Julian priesthood, Headley.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sector ATF, Mr Vincent Cigna, rela global macro squawk analysts four Bloomberg here with us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, Vince, thank you for joining Taylor and myself exciting times, what are people talking about at the desk. Oh, lots of things. The we started with the equities little bit of a bounce this morning. Most of the traders, I spoke to myself included. We're looking at the we thought was a dead cat bounce. Didn't like it. It looks like bottom fishing looks like we're right at least at this point Dow's now four seventy s and p fifty to the twenty seven sixty six level us for the SNP. We haven't closed below that other than one time. I'm in the last two years. So if we do it again and sustain it. What was one support now resistance? What was another level that you were talking about ten percents? I'm spitballing this a little bit. But just call it roughly seventy three hundred and the NASDAQ were around seventy three twenty five at the moment. From august. Highs to that level that would be a proper ten percent correction for the textile. You talked about some of the smart money coming in at the end, maybe wanting to close out positions that they don't wanna hold overnight and some of the dumb money this morning, maybe often just headlines trying to trying to buy the dip where do you feel right now? I mean, nothing fundamentally changed in the last forty eight hours. Does a lot of this feel like margin calls does a lot of this feel like some of the rhetoric that we heard from the president and the fed about interest rates what sort of driving this don't pick. It's the president so much. I hardly the markets. Don't.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on WWL

"A kevin you're on wwl schools are you don go kevin i enjoy your show thanks i went to view mr medicine to stay and it was a vaults bava clock passed i say the line was long i will go in the morning well i got out i went on a business venture stood up and shipped my hand and say thank you for coming i was i was like i was saying oh i could speak and i know they started expression on my face l and all i could see it was called blush but she's a beautiful person beautiful one best we loved him he knew it we showed it if i could just see him second line one more time after the book and that's on top kevin i went to the visitation as well and when i i saw gala and then met her and had a conversation with her that was the first time i'd met her i had the exact same impression that you had i could i couldn't speak no it was it was great so we can you know we love mr vincent he did a lot new orleans and he's going to be missed but he's going to be celebrated as well kevin i have a great weekend and there's so much going on this weekend we're going to get into that in the next hour just wanna remind you of some of the south is is happening this weekend because man the weather is going to be incredible it's been so nice for the last week and it continues right through the weekend i mean there's barely any chance of rain at all and she has a rain doesn't even crank up until monday and tuesday this is a free for all friday on our show we talk about anything which includes some of the big topics of the week and one of the things that we talked about this week was bruno mars being accused of cultural appropriation the idea that he is stealing from african american artists by doing music that sounds like it comes.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on WWL

"Of the nfl's worst performing franchises the new orleans saints in one thousand nine hundred eighty five just to keep them in the crescent city former new orleans saints quarterback bobby bears has benson then made him a generous offer including the nfl's first million dollar signing bonus to bring him home to louisiana go mr vincent if he wouldn't have bought the team put john mccain was still owning the team you know about timing probably would have went to seattle and and never been a part of the new orleans saints the saints all time leading rusher deuce mcallister said benson was willing to be there for his players you could always go upstairs upstairs go to his office i mean he wants to talk to you off the field he wanted to get to know you obviously as person down for me personally i was going through everything my dealership he and mickey loomis reached out to me you know just trying to help me through that offensive lineman zack street who just retired from the game this week said tom benson was always willing to listen to his players about ways to make the team better man there was no bigger supporter behind the scenes and not thing that we ever needed once that benson was allowed to get for well normally not known for cutting up with the team benson did become famous for his victory second lines mccain known as the benson bogey a lasting memory of the owner of the nfl saints and the nba's pelicans chris miller wwl first news louisiana senate labor committee passed a bill today that would raise the minimum wage to eight dollars an hour on january first had eight fifty an hour beginning january first twenty twenty the vote with four to three along party lines governor john bel edwards appeared before.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Like hey i'm here for some fun and the neighborhood that pays and is going to be like get out of here don't wait your car in front of my house how funny got up and spoke so well whatever i mean that's just why that's why i went i mean you have to put your opinion out there he get our act with your girl i went alone she had a friend john heated he's a real estate guy couldn't make it the yoga shall talk to you into going to me i am ian do it i will is you're you're market when you talked for half an hour the ice cream melting those friend the one that get y'all fire about something and then push so what happened yeah what happened with that thing i made you was it like that at all it was it was cool to be part of it it was really neat to see it but did the hotel thing come up no that's next long sounds like these in nba regular thing and that you'd actually you guys got a call about the golf course thing that also going to be a thing going to convert that into housing i guess they're selling the golf course and it will turn into highdensity housing which is fine i don't care as long as they know what route traffic will be like and how that's going to affect people who already live here we'll nike in california in general golf courses are having a hard time of course they're all around so i know they publish minutes for your meeting i'm gonna go look it up and see if final mr vincent hassouna of xxx this lane in had tried not to turn it into you know it's that i as i tried not to third it but i did say you know look you're going to have homeowners painting the curbs in front of their houses red or dropping nails you know in you don't want that you wanna make sufficient parking you think hold them all your strategies venting others later right out there about the people who buy in san francisco or at the beach these are to places where you have you've achieved your dream i'm here i own a home and.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"You walk them into happy belated berkeley alley thank you thank you sherifi i appreciate it listen to you feel somewhat vindicated that now that the now the homeland security is talking about taking your recommendations on about vindicated i feel good for the american people uh you know w we have elected officials to this country you took an oath quite yukiko law enforcement half cup hold the laws of nature that their applied equitably um it's it's really great to see you could get the administration's deputy head saying hey you know what we're gonna course she's federal laws and nobody is exempt we're not gonna make special accommodations for uh the uh elected officials who decide arrogantly somehow when things aren't going to where they want to signal with law in um they wouldn't allow the of of their citizens uh nor should they and they shouldn't expect they should be given some some uh uh you know ops in exalts from some uh with with the south chemicals do did you see that there is a uh a legislator in west virginia as pie legislation to make a west virginia a sanctuary state forgotten owners you know i mean i i higher it's just i'm sure it's just a humorous attempt to sort of point out the the folly of these sanctuary cities for illegal aliens but he's he's got a point i mean why couldn't the city become a sanctuary for people don't want to pay federal income taxes or or people who nonwater wa want to obey the laws against the heroin possession of cocaine possession or polygamy how yet but he sacked because you can't keep olympia officials give client federal long if a community to the federal law and not heavily consequences see the you know what i don't think she's like using show cats dogs sale uh throughout the city and snow undersecretary tactics leave your name is with you name stupid you're advocating it through these uh hill peter kessler to these criminal illegal aliens a again that's new either can't pop king ice sheet your work mr vincent personally like showed matthew tunisian so many others name it's ridiculous illegitimate but this country have an absolute what to expect the government and certainly law enforcement will not turn their backs on them when when we took announce to.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:18 min | 3 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Party now we like introduce young star singer unbelievable vocalists clarity so much soul and feeling encyclopedic range of techniques styles mrs he'll mick lawrence of vat this is her version of what child is this a song based on greens leaves lurks written in 1865 by mr william chaderton dick's this is a very futuristic arrangement done by mr vincent gardiner trombone as extraordinaire for the jazz at make orchestra can you are may two on man this is silly knew oh boy swee why akg as kerr but he please god and a true news luke maye yeah why is he stats llc stay where and eight yes john four we two his plea the g eight and now i aides say oh he so this and come says come the key two but mm in the rolling it is he who god and eating meat the true sure ooh mm that was missus you'll make learn of vat singing what chao does this to a fairly will with the jazz at lincoln center orchestra imaginative arrangement done by mr vincent gardner on our new release big.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Okay i think that i don't like he likes that feeling of being right up to the line i might cross it out i don't know you know and like there's a sort of mr vincent about it you know and uh this guy just neonazi i'm setting intellectually five o'clock at or is it like this case unlike that anyway this guy came up with his showed me as armed horrible find his arm ross she'll be all over that would let her know for the l the goodlooking women were arrages always live in the dream uh hey is so the the latest troll job from mbd and ramona story is coming up and he has been the magazine on december 25th the greatest story ever trolled a look at joel embiid great title yeah he was trolling the warriors this week about being in the finals does the sixers future actually play into that that social media vibe and do people think it's funny or they are they wanting to focus a bit more on and getting better well you know thing be around that team and they're good there so good and you feel like they can they actually might be there sooner rather than later but when they're not good there you know they i it's like they've lost four in a row now they've plus the lakers you know they they they look like a young now i saw them on a road trip where they they look great against the jazz and then they give winloss back back in sacramento and then the warriors all right so like they look like a bunch of young guys you know you credibly talented it could be like this team in the nba for years to come x set 'cause they're really young and they're still going to have certain games are they don't execute and they don't bring it and i i honestly when you watch envied and you see the skill set and then you see ben simmons skillset i mean those two guys have both have a chance to be an alltime great and it's a question though of will they learn to play together and we'll they you know a lot of teams of had lots of central doesn't mean they learn how to.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To the employees to make them feel better about their situation check here here we go in recent weeks nfl referees association bush increasing concerns about officials safety in response to a series of onfield incidents the league has taken notice and believed this was the quote from mr vincent troy vincent formal plea where from wisconsin um we want to keep our players on the field lohan wansee penalty or an injection an injection ejection to determine the outcome of the game in recent weeks however there have been several suspensions and injections because of contact with and on duck toward our game officials this is not who we are as players as clubs as the nfl vincent wrote so uh sean payton comes to mind he came out to feel and heseltine saying he's he's draw he's upset about a number of things now we're gas suddenly eyes were on the bounty and a guy who was a defensive assists apparently lied and now he's higher by the nfl office he was the main let's see witness sydneyhobart only gay situations been out of the nfl now the nfl has has hired him as part of football's operations team and so the referees association took issue would not saint jayco pain charging other fielder fourteen we fourteen lawsuit atlanta falcons and previously oakland raiders running back marshall allege may contact one official was spended after the fact so if the nfl is already handling these incidents why are you screaming about it why would anyone want to be a referee on pyre an nfl official think about this is i'm just having like this epiphany now why would any body want to strive to be that because you're under pressure for one all all the time nobody likes you know heart now i'm not saying that you take a job to be well liked but there isn't a single person out there that likes you the teams don't like you the fans don't like you the players don't like you you are one of the most aided people in sports and on top of that they dress you're like a jerk you look like on our hearts no matter who.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Week mornings from sixteen to end we'll is the beautiful crown already year accounts and we have one of the owners kind of allowed violent owner mr vincent jackson inopportune for it afternoon thank you have no you live in doing well above a doing well now runs then how can you be doing well in the middle of training camp i'm not gonna live minutes that is a brutal part of the year but you know what it's part of the process and we're going through it doing well building every day and on the was now a title explain the people from ties with training camp now that's a hard thing to do i when i played nine years i went to eleven training camp tom and not that i love when i hear a player plays on love through the count by like getting better i think i walk training camp to be done i want to be right it was the reality of training camp you know what it on the head man it's if there's something that deftly since the mine the body this year it when it's a lot on you down to a man it's something with the sorry for one obviously to build a t shirt the who you want when the roster but above that man it's about beauty here for the season for the real along because you know is hardest win against is no fifteen weeks and hopefully more than that we have much twenty twenty two weeks in on a playoff starts that's where really worry counsell you do it or right now now steve is dirk koetter on lovie smith was always the far did in the year and he's gone for real with to get into that dirk koetter is a new coach and you see of coach comes in any of the from mentality unfortunately i play year in seven years and i had four different head coaches so you go through some differently he's but the one thing a coach never did what he never came in talking about the playoffs is dirk koetter coming in talking about this team being ready to make the playoffs he's not in there is doing a great job before getting.

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"mr vincent" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"mr vincent" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Over like two hundred percent because those guys a one to motorcycle school gunman basic training at camp or then when they're finish they were assigned to different companies and no to messages it was and fellow could be safe to be sent by real so they used to motorcycles i remember at one of the guys who wiser console combat instructor he was which own the soldiers soldier he would see him up for stir joined the army in all right and some guy built like a i'm realized had three first morning is motorcycle was laying on one side of the road he was even completely option that still partly i'm not all then there's scott alright blows home out i remember his name even to the state last name was avery life it is all a couple of one of the more than four hundred and six thousand americans killed during world war to such a heavy price paid for the freedom we all enjoy and mr vincent mentions that casualty rate of two hundred percent for the comma since platoon that means it had to be completely replaced two times over because of deaths and injuries the third armour division last more ten thanks in combat than any other division and lost more than twenty five hundred man and had another seventy five hundred wounded that's more than ten thousand purple hearts issued for just two hundred and thirty one days of combat so many of those casualties were inflicted during the battle of the baltimore here how mr vincent experienced that legendary battle when hometown heroes comes right back after this remember.

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