19 Burst results for "Mr. Cool"
"mr. cool" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Um, cool in the King's good hole in the gang Friday. What isthe Mr Cool Bell passed away. This Hewitt is cool bell. I know, but I just I forgot his name. I was at the casino down in Shelbyville. We used to work with him quite a bit because cooling the gang and then ultimately his side project called Party Planet. We would book them all the time for like New Year's Eve and special events. So in my phone, I don't have it on me. But it's in the back. I have cool Bell's phone number in my phone, and I always thought that was awesome. So there was actually a cool of Kool and the gang knows his nickname. So there were just the gang. They're just the gang words and he wrote, like Did he write like Jungle buggy and celebration? Right? It wasn't the lead singer, but he was like a co founder right now, See, groups do this all the time where these dudes will splinter off, And then they'll start calling the group something related to the group. And I believe, and I'm not saying this guy did this exact thing, but That's fraud. Like foreigners, not foreigner anymore. Lou Graham is not there. The guy was saying all the song Steve Perry's not in Journey, Dennis DeYoung, not in stick. That's Bull craft! I agree with you now, with Kool and the gang. They still did their Kool and the gang stuff cools. Not there, but he was when cool in the game wanted to tour with. Let's be honest. Those dudes were. Oh, OK, so cool was still there when they were cool in the gang. Yes, and if they decided, Hey, we got a gig coming up for this weekend. He's in But he also started his own project on the side because he liked being out on the road would be like Jimmy Page, leaving Led Zeppelin. You know this is it's not let Zeppelin and and these lead singers these. These guys and these bands get these egos and they kick these lead singers out who everyone knows They are the band right? And like the Rolling Stones without Mick Jagger. I'm a foreigner on tour. You're not foreigner. Lou Graham's not there. It's not born, ER. Think of it like Motley Crue. Tommy Lee would always tour with Motley crew, but he had a million different side projects. GNA. Hey, congratulations to you. Congratulations to me. You know why? No hammered. I rich. We are undefeated in our sports football Betting. Uh, 2020 campaign? Yes. You're beaten in college and I'm unbeaten in NFL. I'm pretty much the best There is. I wake up in the morning and I p x on that way. All know that goes with that thing. Okay? I have a story for the New York Post here about thes. Ah, spoiled brats who are out there, protesting? The's air. It says Inside the privilege, lives of protesters busted for writing in Manhattan. Thes air all a bunch of privileged white kids who are out there on and these are kids who have, like, you know that are from families of like, two or three homes. These kind of kids Mom and dad are both there. Which last time I checked, the BLM political organization was vehemently against. Yeah, Yeah, Dad in the house. No, no, no, no, no. Yeah, Exactly. They don't like that They want to disrupt the nuclear family. I love This quote one of the activists, the young activists lost her phone during the rowdy weekend protests and promptly called up her mom who made arrangements to replace the cellphone right away, her mom told the Post. You imagine Mommy while I was setting things on fire throwing Brexit thing, and I lost my about it's OK, sweetheart. We'll get you another phone. Go get that skateboard and break that bank and set it on fire. It's like the mom and it's like Amy Poehler and What was that movie Is that bit mean girls? I'm the cool mom. I'll send you a phone mug shots of all those people look, so they're all so full of angst like unwarranted. But if you think these are other pictures because there's some other pictures of them, they look perfectly fine. We're fine like there's there's one redhead in there. She's all she's just a ginger like a ginger. And then you get her out there like wearing all the antifa looking. It's like you put the bandannas on and put the mean face. It's like they have to practise their scowl. If that's the front line of a war that I am going on here, Alright, 50 bucks on the suburbs back from karma, Lia, no Caramel has not responded in any way, shape or form Tio this whole issue. Of them showing a BLM supportive video. That's amazing, because I bet if it were an announcement that was pro Trump. I bet they would have already had a press conference on CNN. Yeah, it's been accepted. Hasn't Caramel responded yet? Somebody listening right now, If you have a student in Carmel, or you have no somebody in that administration, find out what's going on and let us know here. Because this is bullcrap. That is bullcrap. I asked very specific questions. I just want to know the protocol for showing this this kind of stuff to the entire student body without any kind of counterbalance that they have some sort of reason Why, that's great. Let us know what it is. Because if you're going to be Mr Billy Badass here, Mr Tough guy Mr woke pants and do this and expect no feedback. Goto. Hell, yeah, no one puts Mark in a corner Tony.
"mr. cool" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast
"My garage at my garage shop at sixty two wish degrees all year round? Well sorry sixty two in the winter Which is most of the day a year here Come it costs me very little to keep it running like I I was. I was kind of bracing myself for a big jump. Electric Bill likes it a luxury of having my shop e conditioning. Not In there. 'cause I at this point it's like I've got enough tools that I wanNA keep my tools rust free and I want the shop beautiful when I walk in instead of waiting for three hours and not wanting to put my hand on the table saw. Because it's so ice cold freeze on and it's I'm shocked at how cost efficient this super affordable I install one of the DIY. Units that has already sealed Mister cool right is at the combat. You have to Mr Cool and it's been great and Didn't you have some trouble with that? For a period I did I had to have IDA warranty issue with mine at the company completely replaced it So did they descend you a new one or they send you parts they try. They go through a process of first trying to send parts to solve the problem And then after that I just kind of said this is not working. I needed to do when they said we'll send you a brand new one That's it you know. I like hearing about companies like that. I mean I think it's unrealistic to expect. A company never has a problem with the product. Right it's not it's made by people in sometimes people make mistakes. Yeah but when they take. They took care of the problem yet. These are very common where it wasn't like. They were difficult parts and it was like a motherboard or the fan motor like we went through like two steps like that. No and this was from I give a little shout. Ingram's I forget Ingram's heating air conditioning or something. But it was a it was a big national seller that you can order. Asia quit from online. And they're awesome. They're awesome to deal with that so But anyway so yeah I love it. It's quiet. It's cost efficient great job keeping the space conditioned. I'm thinking about putting another one up in my upstairs area which is like a walkup attic master bedroom for the same reason. I have an old house. I have one return duct on the main floor of the House and the upstairs in the summer gets really hot. His adjust once the ground level floor of the house gets cooled down from the central air unit. The upstairs is still blazing So I have to put a second air conditioner up there in the window. I only have one window. So it's that Juggling Act of is it. Is it so hot that I knew? Ac unit or is it. Cool enough. That I can open the window and after unit out. So it's a pain in the ASS Some thinking about another one up there But I would I would I explore and we talked about this a little bit off air but I. I want to explore that idea of adding other return duct and seeing if that solves the problem. You know 'cause the upstairs is just not it's sort of like they rain duct of there to try and get some some heating air conditioning. But it's not really numbly communicating with the rest of the house. So it's not working and I want to see if that will solve the problem before spending the money on an additional unit you know. Do you have a a dispe disparity in your players downstairs temperature in the in the in the summer I do but I have both return upstairs and downstairs so I can control that just with the by controlling the vents on my registers or reducing the intake right. That's that's another way to go. I can you can just sort of I have. It's like fourteen by twenty two. I believe you can actually reduce it just with a piece of cardboard for example but the risk there is if if you cut the airflow too much the a coil which is on the top of the air handler. Right can freeze up just because there's not enough air moving across to to to to keep it from freezing right. It's it's too static. Yeah Okay but like for example this gentleman's house Only has one intake. So I'm not suggesting reducing that one but I would think absolutely get another intake I it's unclear. I'm assuming his intake is on the first floor. Second Floor He indicated that there was a one return. Air Grille upstairs and and there were supplies and all the bedrooms right. Yeah so I think that's part of the problem is it's not pulling the hot air out of the bedrooms right. It's pulling it probably from a hallway or some less than Absolutely Sam central spot. Can I tell you wouldn't? Hvac CONTRACTORS GONNA do is. They'RE GONNA call them up and they're gonNA say what you need to do is put an Air Handler. Ac and then you need to say hell no not putting air in my attic. Stupidest idea in everybody in the country should stop doing it. So that is the go-to solution for H. Fat Contractors. This is to sell you more equipment and right and the problem is that it's going to be in uncondition space all year round so when you're trying to make hot air the cold air around the ductwork is going to cool it off when you're trying to make cold air to air condition. It's going to be hot air all around it taking the Hulu away. So that's a problem. Sorry to me to distract you. My dog is lying under the table out in barking. Like he's relaxing embarking at the same time. Being close to the mailman coming or something. I love mini splits. Generally but I don't think that's the solution to this particular problem because like most people want their bedroom doors closed. So you're not GonNa have any mixing of that air out if you know you're GONNA have to put one in every room which would be complete overkill and completely expensive and then you've got to run the thing so I mean could do. You could do like a seal. You could do us. A small -ducted mini split. Set up you insulated properly above the ceiling. Blame the the reason why I was saying it. Patrick for my places I. It's a one room upstairs. It's a walk of master sweet. I mean it's a small house so before anybody starts picturing his police master sweet. It's a small room but So it will be easy in my case to just condition it but it is sort of a You know one of the like Collins talk about playing with the adjustment. So that you're pumping more heat upstairs Like you weren't saying that because you're saying you have another return up there. My worry is like if I crank it up and just trying to get more more air conditioning to the upstairs all newness alleged kind of pressurizing everything. And that's not really. It's it's not the solution to get more cooling up there. It's like the problem is that it's not pulling out. Yeah Yeah I think I would as a first step and you don't need to spend too much money right so going Amazon by an Anti Monitor. Check the airflow of your supply ducts right and make sure that they're in line with downstairs. If there's less airflow I would try and get more going upstairs. Less downstairs to counteract that hot air you have sitting around up there and And if that doesn't work I would try adding some more turn air Dock work in you know ideally the return air ducts and the Supply Ducks. Add Up to the same square inches in action. So if you had eight by ten duct on the supply side you should have eight undocked on the return side and unfortunately most H. Fat Contractors always under size return air ducts and. I don't know why that is but it creates a number of problems. Then you're experiencing one of them so I mean if you can find a good age FAC or home performance contractor. You know this is what they do and You might ask for their guidance. But as a first step I go on Amazon spend fifty bucks on and see if I if if the system is at least balanced. Can I ask you much amador because I've never yes won't be I looked it up While you're talking here and it looks like it's a smaller. Unit would like a little fan basically gauge. So do you take the you just take the register on the grill often. Just hold it over the opening with while the systems running. Or How do you do it? So you I would start with the the way. It's presently set up with the the registers closed or open the way they are and just hold the thing there and see what's coming out of it and try and get them to match up if they're already matched up upstairs downstairs. Try and get more more airflow upstairs monitor. I'm buying one. I'm not a big brother and say the word what's Jeff I said. Talk your brother into buying chatter. Amador's shift in my house though. Make sure it's working. I I think I gotta get one of those to add to my little geeky. Talk it through a Mamata. She's GonNa get a core drill instead that might help but the airflow issue to you could just start punching holes in the duck right same thing. We've put God. This is pretty fun guys. I'm I'm grateful that you were able to be on the. It's funny like this. Is Our social interaction now at least speaking for myself. You guys probably have more friends an idea but this is like one of the highlights of my days hanging out with. Y'All are you kidding? I have no zero friends. Yeah I mean I'm talking about Anna monitors over heroes. Well I hope listeners will email and describe how they're coping with our current crisis and what they're working on I'd love to share some of that stuff in the next episode one. I want to share something because I got it for for old fans of the show. You might remember Mr Rob did and I as an extra special treat. I got a photo of Rob Who during quarantine has shaved off his beard but only left a mustache and it is hilarious. So I'M GONNA GET THAT. Photo Rob Watson could put up on the website and we won't tell Ya doing it. I don't have permissions eases photo. But it's pretty rare respirator. Now I think he just looks like wider. I think he's just trying to mess with wife but Freddie Mercury. Actually yes yeah yeah. Oh that's pretty funny anyway sorry no F- Any of you listening out there have anything we should have on the show. Pleased us and.
Author Michael Murphy on 'Golf in the Kingdom'
"This is Alan ship. I am delighted to be joined by Michael Murphy author of Golf in the Kingdom still going strong eighty nine Michael. Thank you for doing this well. It's a pleasure. You have such a unique place in the game Euro Golfing Kindo as in your early forties. I'M NOT GONNA say it was a Lark but it was a you're not you're not a Gulf writer. You're not a novelist it just emerged from you in ever. Since you've been this Oracle you've been this grand old man of letters in the game you you tell shape how think about it. So are you still tickled that all these years later people are still finding this novel enjoying it? Well I I love it. I could say channel that because it was not only the first book I wrote the First Book I never tried to ride and I started it as I was turning forty and it was published in one thousand nine hundred ninety two forty seven years ago so when I was forty one so here we are now forty eight years later and it has. His Life Taught Me. I could ride so that in itself was an enormous pleasure and a big force to shape by subsequent life. I never thought of myself as a writer. My brother Was the designated writer in our family might and he had been a successful novelist and my grandfather had delivered John. Steinbeck and Salinas or you and I were both born and You know rules can get us. Signed the kids growing up and I was supposed to be a doctor and Than the more for me Thought I'd be a psychiatrist. And then got to Stanford and found myself in class on comparative religions of that led me to the philosophy and the way of life that shaped me ever since when I was nineteen and twenty but never along the way there was thought. Start writing books so anyway. When I sat down to write this book really did come in a flood. And it's Been living in me ever since I've written eight books now but that one If it were to be one of my children Children it would be among my books. It was my first child by far the most successful and I would say influential. Books are mysterious things. I like to say sometimes. Ufo's identified writing objects you W os or you are os. Son identified reading objects that can open worlds to people. And that's what's actually happened with this book with golf in the Kingdom one of the things about our shared hometown of Salinas which is just a dusty little farming community in the Central Valley known to John. Steinbeck doesn't have that much else to recommend it. It's not that far from pebble. Beach Golf links which figures prominently in my life story and and was important part of Gulf education. So tell us about your early days of playing pebble with with your brother and of course guys would haunt the Cosby Klanbake back. When he was really a big deal with Hogan snead Nelson and Bing crosby's the star in the world so is important from Stamford but it starts with your golf education before that while. That's right I mean we've had very fortunate childhoods you and I and my brother and Yes we would there be there at the crosby so I get to follow Ben Hogan around and watched him up close and personal before and after his accident. Which was in I guess January of Nineteen forty-nine so he missed that whole year in the hospital but he used to partner with Bing crosby and that was fun and Johnny Weissmuller who was the Great Olympic champion of became Tarzan. And the movies anyway. It was those great events and of course plane pebble which to this day remains by far my favorite course and it has to be. I mean there's of course in the world I think more beautiful than pebble. There are others that when you look at them would be beautiful. But to match the incredible range of moods it gets into with the shifting light the shifting fog the filaments of fog that cut across the fairways and all but anyway quyen pebble seen Some of the players in particular Hogan up close definitely was an influence on on golfing. The King wrote about it will hoge himself makes a handful of cameos in the text. Including what was it? The moved you so much about him well his magnetism on the course then he won eight out of eleven majors. He played over that period from forty eight to fifty through fifty three and he After the accident he paid just eighteen tournaments through fifty-three thickening one ten of them. He won virtually every major so he was the top of the game. He was to golf then way. Tiger Woods has been also the quality of his presence and when he would crack this out Just by the second hole at pebble for those who have been developed. Now it's then built up but there was a big field of practice in the pros as well as the onlookers. Got To sit down and watch him. Maybe there'd be hundred. Fifty people big big arena there watching him practice and it was a sight to behold because he had an immense repertoire of shots to fade to draw low high and the silence and that meant a huge impression on me and. I'm sure that as I sat down to write though I didn't plot the book or shape the book deliberately around him that influence. I'm sure was like an acorn growing into this conscious. Us of what the game could be as a kind of If you WANNA call it Yogi you can call it contemporary. You can call Chamonix even exercise golf itself is what in the eastern martial arts. Would you could call a Kata which is a series of movements. That trigger it is said are esoteric anatomy that is the complete person we are both in the flesh and in our soul are in the consciousness itself and golf swing. You could argue is an unnatural. Act It's not like running or throwing which are species learn to do and could do To survive. But you don't take a tee up a ball and hit it at the on charging tiger you know as a member of the tribe so it's an acquired skill that requires the most gypsum concentration and commitment to play it. Well and for this reason he and other reasons it evokes corresponding states of mind which can be interfered with with strong emotions whether rage or grief or sorrow which can produce by this fiendish challenge to get this small ball into this tiny hole and to go after four five hours over the course of four miles. You know. It's on the face of an absurdity. A why are we doing this? And that can occur to while playing. Why am I doing this but you do it? And you have these incredible pleasures and experiences and then as I've discovered through Responding to the book experience you have to call super-normal Mr Cool or cold. In other words the game can do that and It helps to be in a beautiful place like Pebble Beach. The you bring to this conversation. Just leaps off the page. I mean that's I think why the book is in bird because as you say it's this pursuit of ours is is maddening. It makes no sense but we do it anyway. And we were able to put a voice to having a correspondent. Brad faxon about the book and he said what I love about it is it made it okay to to speak of these things and you gave us in vocabulary to this experience at the golfers of had. But I you can get those tools so you matriculate to Stanford and as a fellow Salinas Person. I know it's not the most open minded place to Nag towns little conservative. But you have sort of a life altering experience stafford and what exactly happened well. I was so inspired by this professor. Frederic Spiegelberg he them a born and raised in Germany and Taught was teaching Stanford Comparative Religions so I got exposed to eastern philosophy and meditation contemplation than and particularly the world view of Indian philosopher. A named Sheera window who had been educated in England very elite education. His family had instructed his patrons in England never to let him speak any Indian language so he wanted to English but he was a philosopher and writer kind of a renaissance figure and developed a worldview. That's been the most basic influence on me. There are many influences of prompted me to do what I've done and of course the mystery is. Why chose this story? I could have gotten so many other directions but I consider myself very lucky. A Norman Mailer. The writer argued that every aspiring writer is given one free one by God and that was my free one and it was the first one and it in turn golf in the kingdom has shown me that this birth of new capacities is much more common than most people realize because immediately upon publication people started letting me know about their mystical experiences called experiences on golf courses. I wrote the book on some inspiration but I if you had asked me then that people would be having experiences you know immediately lawyer. New York wrote to me and was just couldn't get over this book. It helped him understand that. How on this particular occasion he'd been standing on the T. of four hundred yard and there were no players between him and his forces have been the green said he could see clear. A ball marker the size of a dime on this whole quarter of a mile away. Two of his playing partner couldn't even see the green. I got it was there. So he wondered. Is this the sort of thing you're talking about or a woman rights to me right away and says the yearbook helped me in? Because not long ago I was playing the eighteenth hole of at my Country Club as the sun was setting and when we got to the green the sun had set but it was still shining through the green and I felt that maybe this was some after glow on my is some retinal shock or something but when they went into the clubhouse who shining through the walls and it shown like that for three days and I was in an exaltation and thank you for writing the book because I found author who bite understand this experience so when you then I started getting these things. It pushed me in the direction of seeing the genius of sport to elicit this experience but not reported by sportswriters very often. You know there've been a few writers who have glimpsed this John Updike. He recognized this and Bernard Darwin. You know the great writer grandson. Charles Darwin he read the links of either down one of his short stories. I mean he certainly could see it. The mystery of golf by Arnold Hall Taint. So there's been a vein of golf writing that shows this power of the game not only to enchant but to reveal these capacities so that in turn has led me into other sports. And so I've been out to meet with coaches and players of ever since about what you would call the inner game of Sport and that Inter has led me to appreciate how prevalent it is in everyday life but not commonly discussed and recognized until recently. Thank you God for giving me go for the Kingdom as my first book.
"mr. cool" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"I played with with M._S.. Yeah in the world in world team tennis or well. This is what this question you played it World Team Tennis <hes> on a world tennis team peop- right that's right okay. Do you remember guy by the name of the cutty buddy kid or the cutlets kid because he was every time he was out of the Gordon. Go over to a lunchbox and pull out a cutlet. I did remember can't buy that at the cutting. Can Kinda can play for the well played for the Boston pygmies right. That was me you were the cutlet kid <hes> that that that is correct and I I wasn't very good. Nobody you went very good but everybody knew <hes> because you always built out like pork cutlet or some beef coming or something and just it's not on it what the fuck happened to him and a feel you've got some weird as call your show man. There is no question I've known for years. I try to ignore it. I try to get it out of my mind but you. I've got some weird cats bugging Oh man well. Thank you Roy. Wherever you're at Mr Bisky toby then he'd been doing nitrous oxide so he was gonNA happen? Oh my God feel evil. You got it like you to balance fell but it's been a blast <hes> Levy Canley without you. Don't start going Mr Cool on me. Okay thank you for being on the show. I'm not going Mr Cool but I can't be seen on a show where you're going just I ain't GonNa work done done whatever his name is. God Mixer Don mix it here in Philly. Thank you Mr Bisky wherever you are but what what is the guy said he warned he said he'd been doing nitrous oxide and you put him on the air anyway. I listened to him. I asked him a few questions I said what day is it time in a month. You know what time of the month yeah and what did he answer. He said it was about six thirty well. It's not even close to sit where where where was he. He's probably GONNA in an area of the world is thirty. I don't know it's seven o'clock right now. In the West Coast was that what no I took the call at six thirty so the guys on hold for half hour us all right what is so funny fill a cat sitting on hold for forty minutes who's been doing nitrous oxide got I dunno kill is a little slap happy again. Folks it. It happens. I'm do you want me to take over. No I'm fine. I'm just I'm laughing at things that that'd be pretty funny to everybody. I don't know why we'll be right back folks. We've got the Dooley's it is Butler old Butler days and it's all butter days. Here's another one fill. The all ladies bring out what they got and Phil has to turn that into something dirty. Is that what it's called fill right here come out onto old butter days here. It is old butter days celebrating the beginnings the the growth and the future of Butner Lake and our sister link late cobb the yeah period is butter residents dressed as old ladies show you what they got pies there yeah okay but I just think show you what they got yeah Willie L._A.. We'll be right back bobby and Steve Duly on old Butler Day's coming up here world-famous Phil Henry Show world-famous Philip by the way I'm Roy Bisky. This is prerecorded. I'm not on gas. The world famous Phil Hendrie show is brought to you by zoos imports zoos imports twenty-one Fifteen Berber way in Burger town and by staying dairies..
"mr. cool" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"She was so excited nosing magic break, her heart. Like, just not really good. I don't I don't wanna be like. A rape tiled angry like, no, my real reality. Like, man. I yeah. Really uncomfortable with this whether the same time, I didn't wanna I was still at that time where I didn't wanna piss anybody off really trying to go with the flow. So I was kind of shaking my head. But inside it was like, oh my God. Yeah. At some point to right. I mean, we're we're portraying a character on TV. It's different. Because somehow when you meet fans airports, not there's some realism they're still for them were in that sense. Right. So sometimes there's not the disconnect you get when when you see, you know, a certain. Like when you see a certain person playing a movie role or team show? Roll any see them out as the person you can make that separation wrestling for wrestling fan. Sometimes it seems like it's hard for there to be that separation. You know, I wanna do stuff that I kind of fun with him believe done, and that stuff manage when feeling all know house you pull it off. In one of their not one of their finest moments in the writing room. Here's here's a question that I you know, I'd be interested to hear your take on because of often said in portraying characters on a TV show or an in a movie in it does feel different than wrestling. Because wrestling, it feels and I don't know if it's just the fan base or just the industry itself lends itself to more of your real personality coming out in in your wrestling character and your that same character for possibly twenty years weekend and week out. Whereas I and I've used this analogy don't go up to Johnny Depp. And go h- Edward Scissorhands, man. You're amazing. You go up and say, hey, Johnny Depp. What's up, but people will come up to you and say, hey edge or hey, RIC flair Heyhoe HOGAN. Hey, batista. And it's a weird different beast altogether. Do you find that too? Yeah. No, absolutely. And I always get like really weird reactions. Sometimes I get you know, people a lot a lot like guys. Off when they meet me there. Too weird. I get one or two reactions either they're really excited to meet me and see that. I'm actually not the guy that I betrayed on TV. Are there really disappointed that I'm not like Mr. cool when I walk around with this young kinda swag. And I have ten girls with me. And I'm just not really that guy. But it is it somewhere they get you know, they do get kind of sucked into that. And they really believe you are that that character, you're portraying. And you know, when I really fell into my own a lot of my character was just you know, bits and pieces of my personality. But I just yet. I still was was portraying a character would not like, you know, when you're like full-on when you don't move our TV and films, you're like full-on and character trying to character. But yeah, I don't know, man. Maybe it's just because I was told people that they can't they can't lose sight that you know, people saw me on TV week after week for years. So that's who they that's what they know that they got attached to so like. A lot of times..
"mr. cool" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Hear you. Sorry. Keep going. I can't not ever feel hybrid meal between breakfast and lunch that people were brought I can't believe it. How did he believe futures? Now, any let's. Thing. That's most offensive is everything but into that is the southern accent, Eddie. Difference. It's almost perfect. Okay. He also said there would be live sports discussion sites, which they're barely nineteen ninety nine there were rooms. Virtuous heads just bets a little here. Like time travel. Also, people will be able to call people using devices from their pockets. I can't believe it. About sports sites while watching sports competition on television services will allow you to discuss what is going on live. And that was again that did not happen in one thousand nine hundred nine that was not happening. But Charan's bicker this back, then it's like I mean, so yes. Did you watch television and talk about what you're watching on your Shafran? Win them ninety nine nineteen ninety nine. If you're in a chat room, one of two things is going to happen. Your when your identity is gonna get stolen or else, you're in some kind of very creepy. Chris Hansen predator situa- you stayed away. Nineteen ninety nine you stayed away. They weren't really fell in love got mail. But whatever. Okay. Also, let's talk about Mr. cool. Mr. Bill Gates, calling it a sports competition lake a small point..
"mr. cool" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Please. I think also what's interesting these days because a social media, and there's so many it's almost like all the conspiracy. There's are together on message boards now just proving each other. Because to me, that's what most of all the true crime talk on any of those kind of websites are now read it or whatever it's people going. We'll here's this theory and trying to pass that along and people just being like, boom, boom, boom. And having the proof in that. Here's the yearbook. Here's the year. Here's the police report. And that's there's all these people that are now acting like they work for police departments because they can just go through files, and they have the access. It's fascinating. So it's almost like Kerr tailing some of that. I hope so I think as I you know, we live in this. Autumn's razor the most obvious answer is usually the right one. And I think we have this need that that's too obvious. So there's a reason I, you know, what's interesting to me is that the police detectives real season detectives, they're usually working off probability. So they know when a when a we've all heard the nine one one calls where a husband's like, I just came home. My wife, I don't understand my wife, and when they get there, they know that now sometimes this is to the detriment of solving the crime, but the overwhelming majority of the time is they're working off of you know, what I've done this a thousand times. And so we really need to drill down on this guy. I eliminate him because eighty five percent chance this. Guy, and he has a story about a guide rest of Santa Claus coming down the chimney with a machine gun, and he just got home, and he was decided to go and get a hamburger at three in the morning, which he never does drill down on that guy and work off of statistics. I and I think that's why season. Detectives are so good at most the time we've gotten past the days of like the as you said earlier like the Lindbergh kidnapping where. Where the the police and the press show up at the exact same time and everyone's walking around smoking cigarettes, filming it tech touching every touch everything. And Charles Lindbergh is saying I'm taking charge of this case so respect Charles Lindbergh at they let him, and it's just a mess. I also think it's interesting the maybe reversal of that which is those experienced detectives that when they come face to face with a true psychopath don't recognize it because they're the perfect cloaking animal that those they're like we don't like him for it doesn't give he doesn't make the hair on the back of my next stand up, whatever we're comes back. Effect or the and then the opposite is I was in. The husband isn't grieving that the way that they expect someone to grieve. And so they look at the or they look at the husband as the person who did it. He's crying. Right. That's also a mean, that's disturbing. When people have to mourn, a certain your or your murderer. Unfortunately, I mean, they are most of the time. Those people, and then you when you look at the shows later on it's showing to see the footage when later on when when they've later on confessed, and they've they're in they're doing a life sentence. And they finally say I did it and you go back and you look at them saying just want her back. Yeah. I know she's out there Steph. If you can hear me, it's you look at them. And you think I, you know, that's. Do that either. But I feel if you've ever taken a like a scene class in north Hollywood you see that acting in. You're like, no, no, no, this isn't real because it's no one is that good of an actor unless excuse me. I was trained in north excuse me. That is why I'm coming right now. I took those classes to become a merged to become the murder that you want to be. Don't you wanna do you have a head shot? Need to learn how to say Steffi Steffi not the play. Thinker prints off too. That's real creepy. So creepy in your face into a smooth surface. Why I hate and I'm among call so much just the acting is so bad when it someone that's guilty and pretending it's just the most cringing horrifying like people. Don't act like that. When there truly in panic, and I. Outing. I'm dying to thing where we play, you know, three nine one one calls of a husband and two of them. Didn't do it in one did. And can we fucking tell which one didn't do it? You're swearing listen. Offensive. So with my prese. No. But I think that would be also here with you head writer. He's busy Murray. No that would be chilling because we'd all get it wrong. Totally. And and you know, I think I mean imagine being on the jury of a murder case you would and knowing that it must be so hard. Because unless I'm guessing if you're in that experience in the person clearly did it, but whatever sponsor -bility to have to look at people and say, no, they're lying. And so I will help you either be put to death or go to life for prison comes down a lot of times to who can afford a good defense attorney. You know, it's like who has a prosecutor better than the defense attorney because that's that's gonna decide at more than did. You actually do it skews me.
"mr. cool" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Creep. This. I think this is the. The life blood of being interested in stuff like this. It's almost like we know these secret dirty stories, and there's only a handful of us that wanna talk about it. So that when we're talking just like the entire time is so hard not to basically sing it along with you. Because I did the story on our podcast. I know every word he's saying, it's the the the great onery irony. The tiffany. Late. So he's in debt. That's it. Well, I'm doing pretty well. The court. There's. Guess what? I didn't see you guys there. Hey, but there was a Tiffany original Tiffany skylight, which if he had known that he could have sold it and Ben out of debt. Yes. And and actually. More than out of debt. He would have had. He would have had a nice profit. If that was an script they'd be like you have to take that part out. It's cheesy. It's too simple. At the end. They would just have at the end of the story. They would have everyone's cleaning up the crime scene. That's interesting. What's up? What are you doing that skylight? So what big deal Tiffany? What are you saying that's worth over a hundred and forty thousand dollars really low yoed twenty. That's why killed everyone. Yeah. We'll shame slow. This guy box on heaven. This is what I love about. He was boring guy who you couldn't see that. You'll in him, which I love I'll be at a grocery store or like a party and lean to my husband who is not into murder at all like who. Here. Do you think killed someone because chances are one hundred people someone fucking killed someone which random person that looks totally normal. Do you think it is? And it's just like, I don't know. It's like electrifying me that that's what that's really what humanity person is your husband. He is the last person would suspect did. Cool. Nice. Yeah. That's the way. I would play casual hands serious casual hand kill Lincoln, one of the most acclaimed actors of our day John Wilkes booth him into the box. He'll be okay. George Clooney shot the president then ran away. Yeah. So I mean, I think it's terrifying to us that you know, that these people can. Seem so normal. I no. And then later on you're looking for this reason everyone's looking for this chip, and they never get it. Like, what's the ingredient? And there isn't one. Yeah. There's no one little thing that you can identify that that shows up on a cat scan. Yep. You got that your murderer? There's not accepted you hit your head as a kid a lot that maybe very common. Jerry Lewis would have been. We don't know. He wasn't. We don't know them for a while seven. I did see that was still fishes activity for us. Now, Madison Reed is hair color reinvented. Giving you gorgeous salon-quality colored delivered to your door for less than twenty five bucks. Remember, it's twenty nineteen. Now, remember don't have to choose between outdated box color and the time expensive salon cracked it. In Italy, by master colorist, Madison Reed is professional hair color. You can easily do at home. It's multi tonal ammonia free and made with ingredients. You can feel good about its right? Your hair comes out healthier than when it was before you colored. I which I love that's a really nice feeling, especially when you die your hair, and then it looks shimmery and shiny and loan. I find your perfect shade from Madison Reed expert colored consultation or take the color quiz. I did that at school at Madison dash free dot com. My favorite murder listeners. Get ten percent off plus free shipping on their first color kit with code, my favorite murder favorite murder at Madison, dash dot com. Goodbye. Turn your dream into a reality was squarespace where space makes it easier than ever to launch your passion project. Love passion. Whether you're looking whether you're looking to start a business, showcase your work published content. So products or more square spaces the tool for you. I love tools with beautiful templates created by world class designers and the ability to customize just about anything with you clicks, you could make easily a beautiful website yourself. Oh, are you rushing score spaces powerful ecommerce functionality lets you sell anything online? And analytics help you grow your site in real time is optimized for mobile right out at the box. And there's nothing to patch or upgrade ever such a relief by domains is simple. And you'll get the help you need with squarespace twenty four seven award-winning customer. Support squarespace empowers millions of people from designers to lawyers artists gamers, even restaurants gyms to turn great ideas into something real even Jim's head to squarespace dot com slash murder for free try and when you're right along. Use the offer code murder to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain, squarespace
"mr. cool" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Think you have to see everything while it's happening. But I now listen to podcasts while I'm lying in bed and reminds me when I was a kid, and my mom there were six kids in our family. We are all in different rooms, I was in one of I was in a room with my my two brothers that were three of us, and my mom would put on records and she'd put on like a Bob Newhart record. We've listened to comedy records, and we would fall asleep, and it was someone telling his story. And so just having that in your ear having something in your ear inn year, filling it in is lovely when we get that all the time people saying, you know, you don't know me. But I feel like you guys are my best friends. It's because people obviously listen to podcasts when they're working doing stuff that I want to do when they're alone. On. So they are having experienced that like whatever the actual experience. We had when we were recording it they're having this then third party experience. It's kind of like filling up a part of their day that either they to dread it's a commute or it's work where it's making work better. And it's like, we we get all this credit when people like it so much, and it's also like you've made my commute go by so fast, or whatever it's like, we're just benefiting from the byproduct of people being able to be in their head. And it's not a visual medium. Well, I also think that you're making connections with people, and you I'm sure you've seen this. You've I'm sure you've done live shows. Yeah. Yeah. And you see when you do a live show people. Come and they have this connection to you too. Which is might flip you out. But they've been building that connection because it's extremely intimate when someone's talking to you, and they're listening to you sometimes in intimate situations like people are lying in bed or in their in their car alone. And I do think that there's something. There's a reason why podcasts they may not, you know, more people may watch the Grammys, but their connection to it is not that deep whereas people that connect to what you're doing. And how you're talking and what you're talking about. It's this mine shaft that goes really deep much deeper than other kinds of entertainment. I think that's what's really cool about this. Yeah. Yeah. I think when they say, I feel like I know you. You you're my best friend. It's like we're doing it. Right. And then you totally know us, you know, everything about me when I listened to you. I feel like I know both of you, and I'm very angry that makes sense you're two very good friend who betrayed will not let you talk. No matter. What you say? I keep talk. My listen to you guys. I keep talking and you're not talking back. We're Rudini become an array. What we're like in real life. Yeah. I actually used to have that where I was there's a couple podcast. I was obsessed with in the beginning. And I would fall asleep listening to them and then have dreams where it was standing at a party. And the the people who have the podcast would be talking and I keep going. Yeah. But like literally trying to break into a conversation for the entire dream. That's when you're like, you need a podcast where I haven't when I listened to podcasts fall asleep. When I wake up I realize I fell asleep during the podcast, which is fine because you wanna go to sleep. But then I have to go back and find out around where I lost. And that's really hard because I'm like, wait a minute. I think I remember this part. I gotta go further back. It's I slightly familiar. Exactly. Yeah. Sleep timer, man. That's leap timer function. Oh, because I'm you know, you wanna half hour back. Let me give you some technical. Let me tell you guys. This is where the tips part roles, the Spock enterprise at insomnia. So I sleep with. Yeah. Always podcast, you're constantly. Yeah. Nice murder stories night murder. Murder stories. Well, yeah, jam. Let's here. That's crazy. Lifelong fan. Okay. Tell you something about I have had a an everyone knows about me when I told friends that was coming on this podcast. They laughed. Not derisively not. They just laughed that. It's the perfect place for me to go because my entire life. I've been fascinated with murder and very morbid. It started with the Lincoln assassination. Well, and when I was four you were there. I was there. I know I'm older than you. Ladies. But yes that play was amazing in eighteen fifty. I was a child usher at Ford's theatre. But yeah, I was I was a member we took a a might my dad got us all to pile into the station wagon, and we drove to Washington DC. And he wanted us to see all the sites. I would have been I think six maybe, and we visited Ford's theater, and I was just I couldn't believe that someone got shot there. Let alone the president states. And then we went downstairs they showed. You could see the the gun. They have the bullet in the basement afford Sater. And then we went across the street to the Peterson house where they have the bed. An I was transfixed and just read books about the Lincoln assassination as a child over. And then in my family, they make fun of my brothers. Make fun of me because I always like my visit Hawaii and the big island, and there was some big battle that took place there, and they I was not paying attention, and we're up on a mountain, and I'm not paying attention on the guide said some say this day, if you look closely enough, you can see the bleached bones of the Hawaiian warriors and Iran and leapt leaned over the railing and my dad had to catch my belts the five hundred feet. My brother Luc was there, and he was just he. So everyone's always known that I've been credible freak for murder. And I was embarrassed about it for a while because I know so much about so many different murders. People start to talk casually about a murderer. I know something about and I start to say well. Was the ninth had a Cup or hill come on. And it's interesting. The blood type was be seen. On-scene whatever. And they it's gone to the point where I just finished a tour eighteen city tour in every city if you look hard enough at the right time of night, you
"mr. cool" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
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You intuited was Conan O'Brien has no friends, which is shockingly Klis tried again, this is take to this is where keeping that. Are you sure that was really good because my take to this is the first dill episode of my favorite murder combined with Conan O'Brien is shutdown Irish Catholic and emotionally stunted. Title, please vote with me on these things. So you can probably tell that. I am thin lipped very uptight Irish Catholic. Yes, there's a lot. But you know, what's interesting. There's a lot broiling inside. I didn't say boiling I said Braley from the top broasted. Did inside. There's a lot breasting. Right here too. That's right. He said craft. I didn't realize the all drink before. Just fine by me more than happy to get loaded with you, ladies, this is one of the more high stakes conversations. And we are when it's the lowest of stakes we fuck up concierge. So the fact that's now high-stakes it's like we don't pronounce things correctly. When it's the chiller version of podcasting. So now, we feel like we've been kicked up into like the ace, circle, I said were Chester instead of booster on the show. Yes. Just said were totally did you thought that was the correct version? Well, say it like you spell it, bro. You guys have been in the podcast game for a while. And you've got a killer podcast. So I'm the newbie so you should act like to funds ease to my Richie. Ralph mouth if only if only we could if only we could kick the proverbial. Well, I guess I am that leather jacket wearing Jewish motorcycle writing funds style person to begin with your claiming to be the fawns. Yeah. Sort of your hair, you could come that into the phone. Very beautiful hair Jewish camp with his daughter. He's a lovely man. He was so nice of the nicest men. Yeah. He really anywhere greatly one of us could think of his name. It's obviously had me Winkler. Everyone knows that that. It's Henry blink ler. Welcome. Okay. So there's no transition here that no we should actually have no transition. So we can take that part out if we want to beginning. Wait it. I don't add it anything out anymore. I think let the people here everything really here. How flawed we are. Yeah. Because I'm tired of people thinking some kind of Christ fake. Cut me. I do. I do resurrect when I do. Yeah. Welcome to the podcasting world. It's fun. Yeah. You made a splash. Yeah. It's been a lot of fun. I think after twenty five years of having to talk to people in very constrained circumstances. And I I loved that. I grew up watching that but seven minutes, and then you have to go to commercial break. And then you have to start it up again and being in a room with people and having a very intimate conversation and letting the part of your brain go that works in a writer's room, that's part of the creative process. And let it go unfiltered has been a real joy, we've only I don't really released five or I think we've released five and they've been really fun to do. That's been the biggest surprise is how much it doesn't feel like work to me. It's not right. Chatting and riffing. And yet we're making ten. Tens of dollars. Rolling monthly. More about me undies. Underwear? No. Yeah. It's really fun. And I think for you. It's good to because you're whenever you're interviewing people are talking to someone. It's about their career, and what they're got going on and whatever. Yeah. Whatever stupid movie that is coming out of what they're promoting stupid. Oh, no. Everyone's movies amazing. Amazing paramount put a chip in my brain. Years ago. So all movies are amazing. Great. I have a hard time watching. I I love tacos club your talk show. The interview part always makes me really nervous in the same way. That like watching an award show, the like speeches made me so uncomfortable encourage you're worried for I hope I'm worried for these people, right? Yeah. Well, I feel like when you're sitting in that seat. You have to do you have to pull off natural conversation, that's entirely planned. And you have to be a good enough actor to make it seem real you have to stay in the moments. You have to have a little bit of improv awareness, and you can't drive it too hard. I've seen people that I know that have gone on there and just really try to drive it themselves, which is always bad. It's there's so many ways to for it to go bad that I think there's a stress because it's just not a regular conversation a longtime ago about doing one of these late night talk shows or probably any talk show is the trick. People used to say you've got to figure it out. Figure out who you are. As to think will. That's not the case. What you're the trick is to figure out who you were all along be completely yourself. But in the most unnatural environment. I know you've worked for Ellen and it's lights, and it's cameras and audience, and you have to get out in six minutes, and it has to be on a laugh, then you get back into it again. And what I found is that it took me a while to figure out how to be cone in in that situation where that didn't feel weird. And then get to the point where I started hunting for. I don't wanna hear the prepared story hurts really good great. But I'm always on the hunt for the accident. Yeah. Or someone's sort of mispronounced something I'll say, wait. What was that? And then we go down a rabbit hole. And that's where the joy is. Yeah. And so if you can do that in that weird situation that takes a couple years to get to where you have that confidence. But the nice thing about this format, and I listened to a lot of podcasts. And I really enjoy. There's this ancient thing for someone tells you a story or people are talking in you fill in the rest, and we're so digitally obsessed that we think
"mr. cool" Discussed on WTVN
"Nancy and check their experts on everything. But when you actually hear from the experts were there who have experience, they say, Nancy and chucker full of it. What say you, Jessica? I've been to places where we have effective barriers, and they most definitely work anyone who has been to look at the barrier systems that we have now that all that both Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi voted for at one time. No that they work. Of course, they do and they worked for Mexico to because they, you know, you don't get thousands of people literally amassing by the border where there's no barrier to try to cross undercover of darkness. It slows them down. It. It drives them to places that are more difficult to cross and it deters people the illegal crossings in California and parts of Arizona and around El Paso, and a few other places have been decreased dramatically by putting up the fencing, and it makes the neighborhoods on both sides of the barriers much safer because the criminal cartels that control these areas. Moved to other places to get people and drugs and other contraband across the border, you know, Jeffrey the ever oblivious in dense CNN's Jim Acosta was mocked across social media today for posting a video that he meant to downplay President Trump's claims of a border crisis. But in truth it actually ended up supporting the president's argument that border barriers improve security. So here's a cost or he's walking along this. Steel barrier, and I'll quote him here, but you can see the video online. It's hilarious. Here are some of the steel slots that the president has been talking about a cost of said, but as we're walking along here, we're not seeing any kind of imminent danger end of quote, no, Jim you're not seen a danger because the wall is there, you know, this kind of idiocy seems endemic among the media. Greg. I have to tell you, I know Jim Acosta, and I when I was so astounded when I saw that I tweeted interests that simply because all work. And he's there with his is Ray shades. Like, he's Mr. cool. You know, he's hoping to get on a late night talk show once again. I just, you know, it's it's a mindset and the president mentioned the other night two words common sense. And. Thousand feet to pull back of it. This is the problem with the American. Western American liberal is is just no common sense. There about a whole range of things. But this is the most obvious one at the moment. I mean, of course, walls work, of course, they do. This is why they surround Jim Acosta with him when he goes into work. The secure from people trying to get in there because of CNN. I mean, it is just mind boggling here that they can't seem to figure this out. It's it's you know, you don't know whether it literally to laugh or cry. Yeah. Well, you know, I go to the many places along the border that have nothing. Yes. Like around Laredo and in south, Texas where the president is visiting. And then if Jim Acosta stood there long enough, there would be illegal alien adults with kids accosting him thinking patrol, and then he figured out. What's going on a cost of gets a costume? Here's your natural headline experience. Yeah. I mean, you know, but he wouldn't go there because. Well, he he's not smart enough to go there. But second of all he'd probably end up being a victim of a crime. And you know, Jim doesn't want that. All right. It's dangerous. Yeah. Of course, you know. It's it's obvious to anybody with an ounce of common sense and half a brain, which excludes necessarily Jim Acosta. All right. If you guys could stick around just a moment wanna talk to you just a bit more going to squeeze in a quick break. I'm Greg Jarrett in for Sean Hannity, his exclusive interview tonight with President Trump down to the border will air on Fox News channel at nine pm.
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"All wonderful, your all bitching. Thanks so much. And let's get back to what it was that. We were doing which I'm not really sure. Oh, yeah. But yeah, Ted bell getting the on the the Buffalo Bills. Mafia was at Ted Bell's of Ted Bell's Beverly Hills. Okay. Yeah. Thanks for spitting that out. It's all right. But what else anyway to Ted wanted to be in with the bills Buffy because he thought the next big thing. So he started jumping tables, you know, jumping through tables that they do the bills go up like tailgate Dame and jump through tables. So Mr. bell had a bunch of tables out of the parking lot. And they were jumping through tables at Beverly Hills. Yeah. Yeah. So so anyway, he wanted to be like cool and do and then he realized that the bills lost. And he busted up a bunch of tables. I think he had absorbed Sutton, what happened well back. So he winds up with a bad back a bunch of bus tables, and he's he regrets it because he thought he was going to be Mr. cool. Look at me the bills mafia is in town, and I'm gonna jump through tables. This ask jump through six tables mound up with a busted rear end or something. What what do you mean by that? Bruin his back and the bills west the game. Is you know, I saw a little bit of the now some people giving me a hard time. If you're going to put bull. I didn't watch the games. I did not watch the game or games. I watched the highlights and let me just say this here, we go. Yeah. I knew you'd be slipping back on this day. Wait a minute, man. Let me just say something. Doing filled trying to get this paper that the full off the table. I know I said that I was boy cut in the NFL games because of the concussions, and I recognize that there's only so much of this boycotting stuff, I can do until I you know, sooner or later, I'm sitting down watching the damn game. I'm not gonna you know, I'm not going to stand on principle. I think I I'm not gonna stand on principle and avoid a game that I love watching that the players are engaging in voluntarily, but I will tell you. I feel bad is a fan. All these years supporting a game that is crippling these players and nothing was being done about it. What about the concussion protocol? Don't you think that's proactive doing something? No. I do. I recognize that they're trying to protect the players now. Better late than never and like that. And I absolutely encourage them to continue that I'd hate like hell to see some other player losing his life or some other player becoming debilitated to it extreme because of this. But that that's that was the only statement that I wanted to make. Yeah, got loss because no one gave a sweet JC about what you did because the players were kneeling down and everybody was flipped out about that. What did you think about that general? But what what did you think about the players kneeling down, and the, you know, people being upset for that. I don't know. I had no I didn't know I thought they were kneeling down because they were saying a prayer sub desk. But usually what they do right now, they weren't saying a prayer. They were protesting maltreatment the hands of the police, a young African American men being unjustly accosted, and and brutalized in some instances by the police that was the protest. All right. They're doing it during the national anthem. Yes, they were doing it during the national. That's why I don't wanna go through this again. Okay. Yeah. What the general things? Well, you know what? I don't care. I care if you want to protest the country through the anthem it through the flag. I got no problem. It's america. Do I like that individual? I don't what I protest that way. No. I wouldn't what I kick. That guy's Asif. He came within about say three feet of me. Nobody was looking. Yes. I would what I says if there are no witnesses. Yes. I would would it. All right, Geno. We got mighty general. But I just wanna be clear you're clear. All right. Phil you guys, but it wasn't a witness. You believe it. That's great. That's good to know, man. Next time somebody gets his ass kicked. And they don't know who it is said to your house..
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"And then here come the jets up the Foxborough with the dolphins with another cupcake themselves. That's what I think the scale the division dolphins and jets send the pats home. No playoffs. Play any of this excitement to build or playoffs. That's that would be that would be amazing. But I've been saying like almost nothing matters for this team until the playoffs. Just because that's just who they are at this point. It's like you gotta get there now. And you gotta get there. And if Philadelphia gives you a gift with beat by beating the Texans, you gotta take advantage and get that by weeks, and they don't get their nothing mattered at all the entire time for the New England this season whole season. Just just didn't happen. I mean clean for me. No, not really what was that. Takes the snap. Mr cool. He's still got him though. As long as Mr. cool is behind Senator the patch should be okay. But I'm just saying there is a scenario however, far fetched. I mean, I recognize this glee it's the same sort of happiness. I had will watching Josh Beckett strike out the Yankees in the World Series. When he was a member of the Florida Marlins. You just you just don't realize how much you want that lead team to get toppled. It means something does sure does. But if they lost this year wouldn't be as much it would be even been team. It's time. Yeah. They're not. Let's move on. Yes. The New York Jets. They are foreign ten. They almost beat the Texans last week. But they did not because they're defense cannot close out a game. Their defense led by their defensive minded quote unquote, head coach Todd Bowles who's coaching out the string and their opponent is the Packers. Another team. Surprisingly, Mark playing out the string. There was some question would Aaron Rodgers banged up. Again, he's dealing with groin issue. Finally gets over the knee issues. Now, he's got a groin issue. And with the Packers having nothing to play for. Maybe they just sit him Aaron wants the play. So Aaron plays any thoughts about this game. Last week. I called for darn to come out and deliver. And he did exactly that we watch that era do their den with a few nights drinks. And I he made one thing about him that I think is gives you a lot of hope if you're a jets fan there. Couple throws early in that game where he's sort of making the wide receiver seem to work having to come back to the ball or dive down to catch it. But then when it gets hot his ability to throw on the run on that touchdown drive right before the half s star made to beautiful throws on the run. And then an incredible over the shoulder. Touchdown passed Andre Roberts SOGA start to see it. You start to see it. If you're jets man that maybe this can happen..
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"On second. On that. He was being heckled. He got heckled. Hold on hold on hold on his being heckled by lefties naturally. And now the left is doing the lefties and their heckling. Hey. All right back to President Obama, former President Obama was that this thing he started speaking. And he's getting all his going crazy about this. And that and and he didn't seem like his old calm cool collected itself. You know, he was always Mr. cool. Right. And that's true. That's something. You've got attributed may never save his unflappable. He doesn't seem unflagging. Ebony shoots with this hand. He didn't see him unflappable at this thing. He's seen kind of wild eyed and crazy and sweaty and spun up and might have been cocaine. I'm not sure we'll ask Larry Sinclair. Nobody will ask Larry Sinclair, but he got heckled by his own people than they shouted him down. And then so he's campaigning for Gillam. Well, CNN is in the crowd. And they find a woman a nice woman, an older woman. She's an African American woman and the reporter is asking. So well did President Trump excuse me? President Obama did his supporting Gillam echina- as Ekka help. You know, you decide your vote for one voter here. This really is personal. We'll Barack Obama's presence in this race in here today influence your vote. I believe it will we picked her randomly out of the crowd. But at the end of our unbelievable night finally asked her name, it sounded strangely familiar strangely. What's your name? My.
"mr. cool" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Three or four officers. Goldsboro Raleigh is our main office, Greensboro, and Moorhead. And then find a little icon that says financial data profile print that out fill it out. Because it'll help you think about what we're going to talk about with you, your goals, your asset, your income, your debts kids, blah, blah, blah. And then when we meet we're gonna go over that stuff, and we're going to pick your brain and say, what are your plans how you going to get there? How you're going to get from a to be in the best situation. It will we'll give you a lot of input. And it'll be like an hour hour and a half meeting at the max. And then if you really are liking what you hear us say you can come back for a second complementary meeting with a more detailed written proposal, and then we're not gonna bug you anymore. But if you want to become our client, that's great. We'll take you. And if we think you're okay, and you don't need us. We actually will tell you that but nine times out of ten as good as you're planning is. Usually there's things that need work is kind of like an athlete. You know, we the world championships were just held in the sport of wrestling in Budapest, Hungary, and ninety nine point nine percent of Americans don't know that. But we had three gold medals two silvers and three bronze really a great showing. But as good as those gold, medalists athletes, are they still have a coach every one of those guys has a personal coach because you just beat the Russians and the Turks and the Japanese and Chinese kid, and you could walk out with your gold medal and be Mr. cool for a while. But somebody's going to beat you later. If you're not coached, you always have flaws. The greatest tennis players the greatest skater need improvement. They have an adviser. So that's what we're saying you need an advisor we're talking. Today about something this very complex generational financial planning with your whole family, and, you know, raising kids or maybe you in a you are an adult kid. You got crazy parents. There's a lot. There's a lot of crazy stuff in your family. Your children excluded. That's right. Now little grandkids are perfect. But there are only perfect until they go to middle school. And then they become. What what should we call them?.
"mr. cool" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Talking about results hotel. Well, there's not going to be going. Stand that. But one talking about these the players and the morale and the feeling with he's trying. He's trying to strong arm tactics. But that's not that's normal. Yeah. That's normal. So yeah, it's not a bad thing. Yeah. Something's got to be careful who you. I think went completely the other way in the of thanked would be not releasing the statement like the Leon coach. Very statement. No. But you know, who's disciplined player himself. Listen. But a disciplinarian I would love to knew what it would have done if it'd be the Champions League here. Seek. It's a big game. It's a proper league on gay again, small say you big rivals in the league when it comes. Let's not right kit lose this game. In the sense, the fan PNG beat mall, say more than any other team in France. Bob, peach come off the bench already this season, which which to it's nothing new. Nobody was asleep dropped full of these game because he was late for a meeting. This is resting in. This isn't looking at head two other matches. This is because I said, I would I would do if the will of the will play an appropriate Champions League game with he's neg- is on the line told me to go hostile when a game. I would look to know what it does because I can assure you talk fish thing to do. When so many steps show, Elaine, and you've got a very important game coming up, you try if you're every single which we can discipline them with a hub on them, nor stateful ever whole job is league. That's exactly what you're doing. You have to find the balance between making sure somebody understands the Steptoe, Elaine. It's. Every single yourself because you've got a big into well, hopefully, because you've been able to do it in this scenario, then it won't come up in a big game and champion sleep. But you have to set a standard at some point. And and I do understand what tell me is doing and say, well, if he can happen to him, but if it can happen to rob you it can happen to all of you can happen to any of you. And so therefore there is a line of discipline that we cannot cross if you go past that line of discipline. Then it's something that we're going to take care of it. And we're going to handle, however, if it wear what you just said at home against Liverpool. Right. Both of them would have been too. Yeah. Although Shaam usually show the milk. I believe it will I've been next on five minutes. We don't know as their reaction because we went in there. It's one of two things either goal by rain. Or well, people are looking at fuss frustrated figure throughout the wool mounts and his time on the payoff over colorfully because in Bobby Schumer young and doesn't. He realizes biggest story is yet. But hopefully, he's thinking I'm I'm not that good in School school. but But. took tell Mr. cool Lovett, and where we had wouldn't. He was at Dortmund. We hydrophone extended a colleague talking about how he trains them with tennis bowl, shelter and all the nonsense is this..
"mr. cool" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"But I guess that's your nature Turner yes There's something I've been meaning to say. To you, there is I hope he won't. Be, offended oh I'm sure, I won't, but, well. Yes Mr Khoo I want to thank. You Thank me for your. Kind thoughts I don't think I quite understand Mr.. Pool her, Nancy the help pay pool brand. Please, who can blame you, just turn, is, the prettiest girl the new accounts department Absolutely nothing Aggregation. Basis Went to. The, circus oh I'm sure that's not true A lot of. Action, ratty old copy station lately That's no. Surprise that much chance for socializing on the job is there Brand if, I could get a word in go ahead you were saying. Mr. PU Cages That's enough brand Hey Sorry skull coffee over my. Shirt I'll get a. Napkin it was an. Accident, no it. Wasn't you did that. Deliberately he said it was an. Accident you later about this, pool I really didn't intend. To do that I'm sure you. Didn't he was only joking Maybe he was maybe. He, wasn't sure had coming well I suppose I should get back, to my? Desk yes, I suppose, so or else it will be time for. Lunch, will it I mean. It will and then we'll all be. Having our lunches well. I guess you're right Those who brought them, and those? Who didn't, will go, out somewhere for lunch I mean alone or. Together, yes yes certainly will Well. Back. To the old, grindstone it's, been, nice talking with you nice talking with you to find out about haute miss Turner Mr. cool. When Moore, thing I hope. Yes. I, hope you Have a nice, day I, feel, the same way Exactly.
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"Mr cooling wanna play four hundred dollar numbers wanna play numbers twenty bucks looked pretty good you can make that okay yeah but i do have a set up again remember i'm not really a collector at this point i sold collecting although i'm thinking about doing a thinking about doing a twitch show about re collection okay about one piece of time putting it all back together yeah because i've been slowly for this job doing some of that but yeah i have a set up okay that was a long answer do short question dance for you adventure time adventure time pirates of the interior on the playstation xbox one p on july seventeenth in the us in july twentieth globally the digital version of flipping death spooks its way onto the nintendo switch playstation four xbox one and steam in august twenty eighteen these digital goodies won't be haunting you alone for too long after the game is digital debut we're releasing a retail version for the playstation for the box versions come with physical treat are published by our friends over at rising star games i copy that because i saw living death of that xbox deal gtc really funny reminded me a lot of deaths bank remember pink i loved spare that kind of comedy and different gameplay where you're you die and you're gonna die the death and death thinks you're the temp so he gives you the the cycle and the cloak and bales and so then you have to go through talking to the ghosts in the ghost world and then they'll give you like oh man this is what i need to do you then you're walking and you can see like the shadows of the real world on the other.
"mr. cool" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Be mr cool done smile or guy i'd go with that for a while right i'd say okay all we've done that now let's do trump says smile for mom yeah and by then since i'd gone with their program they didn't carry out it was okay and they would come out of their shell and we'd have a really good time so third point right that when there are now third point but inaugurate we're going to have a whole book by the time honored make emergof yeah you're and then and then the girls yeah yeah i just have no time for girls in their three ping an of that stuff and y'all heat teases loan than and yell gets to him and he can get amazing stuff out of the girls that now i i have no no interest in gotcha odds funny i will not placate girls all right cool so now the program that your uh doing it's called finding beauty and i kinda wanna circle back to your microbiology background and something that you're really passionate about in that is you were saying macro photography so tell us a little bit about your program okay so color bler i started doing all it well let me start at the very beginning of that is let me start at the really very thin towards the end of a film i got bored i miss certainly not that i know it all mmhmm um but it was getting repetitive to me i felt like i could go out and do a senior blindfolded um and then fill a digital came along and it was like oh wow i have i got a lot to learn i could be a professional student um and i always said that with microbiology too i could be a professional student but it just doesn't pay very well so um with the with the advent of digital than there was so much a new stuff to learn he had to start picking up photo shop and.