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"munt" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"I'll read with you so it's basically saying good evening. He asked the guy about the situation in kabul. Just want you to see the first thing he says we're since can you basically says. Can you explain what's happening. All in the fact here for the time being the judges are on the video footage. That shows little translation. Issue the edessa resident to panic or the small number of people who actually created this background. Here's we says frames from that part of the airport which is controlled by the americans. In the city. In in the city situation is directly opposite to the city that now controls the taliban the situation is exactly the opposite of everything is calm. So what he's basically saying is that they're lying interesting interesting situation because like a wag. The dog situation guys is not new. This is something that every government. I mean for crying out loud. You can point back to something like stalin. You know literally photo shopping out. Somebody who stood next to him way back then can you believe. Can you even imagine the kind of things they could do today. Veep fakes and whatever else. My point is that it's easy to create an illusion for you in the way they want you to see it. I'm not saying that's necessarily what happened. That was what my gut told me. Based on the evidence. I saw but remember that. This is something that is easily accomplished. And it wouldn't be very difficult to manipulate you. Especially knowing that the smith modernization act is what gives the government in their mind. The right to lie to you for national security through the mainstream media. That's that's a simple factor woke up. I've written entire articles on it right. It's basically the the ma this. The smith munt act was when our government decided that it was illegal to propagandize american citizens. Then they got up up in arms in the two thousand sixteen. I always forget the dates of these. Mda's and they said well we need to propagandize americans for national security so they called it. The smith monopolization act and then they started to propaganda as americans quietly because nobody talked about it back then accept people like us and so now they have a legal justification to lie to you through the mainstream media that new store. You saw last night about kobe. Nineteen that could be a complete fabrication based on utter lies if justified the claiming national security and that's it..
"munt" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Uncle joey joined coming at you next to the released bent. Join what's happened. you bad. Mother fuckers welcome to a beautiful monday july twenty six. We got one more week left in the year and the year. The fucking munt. And that's it this fucking some is cooking motherfuckers like i knew it would. I knew this summer was gonna move. Just think about it next. Sunday will be too much to the release of the fucking sopranos. So it's moving fast. It's real and it's on cock suckers. I've been having a great time lately I feel good until this afternoon when i go back. And they're gonna do a left side they're gonna fuck in the rip it up and whatever but like i said i'm getting i called them up and told him i was traumatized so i'm gonna get a little fucking laughing gas not to refer. I don't smoke before the dentist. Don't forget to support laughing gas. You guys fucking. It's almost done. it's almost done. The new stock will out in ten days but Please keep supporting zeki. The weed is fucking tremendous. I was telling mike. I'm starting to get fucking blitzed. Blitzed friday fucking night. My wife and daughter went out to a fan. I got home by six thirty. There was dinner you know. I'm like i'm not really that hungry. I go you know what man have been getting. I've been getting to the point. I mean getting sofa can stone that night. That i gotta be honest with you guys. I thought can i go upstairs. I used to stories on rogan about the fucking the fucking cheez doodles. Our i would start. I couldn't stop eating them. And i'd wake up in the morning and they'd be fucking pirate's booty everywhere. I'm not eating the pirate's booty. But i'm fucking eating at night. Not big not like. La's sandwiches there's no salami. There's no pursued. I told my wife not to buy no cheese. Not then it's apples. It's protein bars. It's fucking friday. Not a bagel at a cinnamon bagel would. But i was so fucking hungry so i'm not eating meals. I'm just eating a little something to go to bed at. I'm sleeping like a fucking champ. Look at me. i'm losing weight. I'm still on the fuck. And i got nine more pounds and i can fighting the ufc. Can you fucking believe that nine more pounds. I'm to seventy fucking four squeezing him out one of the time but who gives a fuck. My gums got swollen again over the fucking weekend. So i i don't know what the fuck is going on. My health is good. I'm feeling good. I wanna talk to you guys about is something that i've read lately a lot. I'm getting a lot of messages from people. It's been a long time. And i knew it that this pandemic 'cause i went through it. A lot of people picked a bad habits during this up and pandemic. We discussed this a few weeks ago. But wow i'm getting calls from dear friends of mine that are coming clean now telling me what they went through the fucking pandemic. I a buddy from colorado who i speak to. Who's been cleaned from cocaine longer than i have. And he fucking relapse. During the pandemic like net last november. He just called me about a week ago. Came clean with me. Then he had to go back to a fucking rehab because i talked to him like every two weeks. He's a dear friend of mine from when i started comedy. He's never been on the podcast. And i'm like that. He's a fucking attrition you know but With their friends. I love him to death but when he fucking told may because he was the one that tried to help me get off the fucking coke when i got off the back in two thousand fucking seven you know. He was making calls from me. She don't want to go to a rehab. Was captain rehab at the time by the way you know those dudes that fucking get clean and go all in. This is why. I'm fucking shock. But i guess this pandemic fucking jesse said he was bored and he went to a kids house that he shouldn't have been his house and the kid whipped out some coke and he said that he wants to do it and they thought about it for two days..
"munt" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"But this tradition is teaching. The ramo body can only be attained at the end of your existence. Out you can do it now. Yes yes but it. It didn't tales leaving your body while we say that you can actually keep your body and be in rainbow body enough physical existence. And that's what frantic are doing. Nia refining their physical structure to such higher level where they can actually decide to stay here. In the high level of consciousness basically walking buddha's or walking rainbow bodies they can demand relies rematch rely shape shifter body at will by locate teleport. Whatever you need levitating that without leaving their bodies without needing to take physical food without needing to to terminate your life on earth to get to this higher level of consciousness that you're talking about you can integrate your higher being that aspect from the find the into the third matter matter physicality and live as a five the person into the here and now moment on earth. That's right coming war now on earth and that's becoming available in so many have experienced that On part of now because the planet of the wall. The frequency of gra is much higher than when buddhism started right. Now that if you will of this video game that we're in is available for us now. We no longer have to leave somewhere to be fully aware of our greatness. We can be fully aware end. Embodying our greatness here which i call in my courses in classes in retreats i call it embody munt writing the likened. We become imbaba. Eli we right. So lighten to our bodies right. The definition of enlightenment is light within in my timon the christ consciousness within and just recognizing and being more of that. Let's let's switch focus you earth grid work that you do okay so So you go to different locations and you open up new energy portals. Can you explain what that process of open and energy portal's within the grid of earth. What is that like just there. But not fully activated some are if you will malfunctioning like a shop you know. Imagine the body of earth. It has a body just like ours where actually made of the same elements the structure is by is and were so a deeper into a deeply interconnected with a guy that basically everything that moves inbreeds inside her body's affecting our bodies so that's the first thing i wanna say connected to this guy as a as a conscious being that she is. She also has shock rest. Some our primary in some are secondary in many energy channels or ley lines than she has a circulation system just like ours where fluids circulate like the patrol in the waters and everything that we try to extract abusively now on earth is actually the the body fluids of guy that should run through word. Keep her alive and happy and healthy and we do a great disservice to the planet in two ourselves because our bodies are connected. Remember awesome guy up are the same thing. Were made of the same elements when something gets imbalanced in gaza body. Our bodies are experiencing suffering bay. We don't we don't relate with don't relate or correlate the two things but the people who are trained with me they know exactly when the storm is coming when something has been affected in our energy area when something is moving badly in our in our in our city or or or country because they feel it in their bodies right so you are acutely aware of any inner movement in guy. When you're in tune with everything right and her vortexes or shock russ can also get locked like ours. If somebody builds a construction in certain places start polluting the area or if the the people in the area are excessively having bad thoughts our emotions or the. They're doing bad things in that. Area like organizing. I don't know very south polluting concerts. There are really disturbing the the beans in the whatever it is that is disturbing. The found schleyer the balance. All that place is affecting guy as shoppers so on energy vortex that is initially meant to be supportive and enhancing for humankind and forgot can be come very disturbing and people in the area can get ill or have in some years or have you know certain type of imbalances in their lives in their relations because the board has has been affected. So you see. It's a two way street. People are affecting guy and guy are affecting people. How do you find. How do you fine So how do you find the line or the the the point where the vortex is into these laces completely like i. I mean i'm complete plan of how our journey is gonna to be how much i'm going to be a certain place that given this week. Long my journey with three more days. Because i've been guide to go in places that have planned to go because of my work right. Right tweeted guided. I'm feeling everything sometimes. I'm thinking i'm going to go to this place in this place than.
"munt" Discussed on Sweetie Let Me Tell You
"Oh i have. I was trying to look fat. Thumbs money. came here. Can't kill myself anymore. Being hot mess right now anyway. How do how do. I want how i want. How do i understand the i. How do i want people to save me in view me. How do i want that to take place and then go with the flow. Okay go with the flow of how these people are seeing you and you know if they don't see you how you want them to see you then just move around on a long say you cannot change how somebody thanks. A bunch of people gone. Thank they want. Thank of the can't handle you. They just can't handle you and all the goodness you bring in their life okay. Some people got y'all ambiance right now. You have some things like you're you've got a lot of things that are going good in your life in your whole identity and honest though some people are jealous of your identity. Mantras beyond their jealous. They're not gonna have anything good to say about any of the good things that you're doing. You know that. I mean you just have to accept that person. These particular people for who they are. Okay and i. I don't want i don't i don't wish to put labels on people but the fact is people are jealous. I have people jealous. That i have lost so much weight in these past seven munt. I'm getting down there. They don't know how to handle it. They don't know how what to say. I don't care. But one thing that i will not do. A will not let someone discredit me. Okay like i'm putting in his work you'll see it. You're about to sit here and discredit me. I know what i've been doing. Okay so your identity. I don't know where i was saying. In in the beginning. I'm trying to remember but Option not worrying about the the options you know it you know. If you're what are particular person the only thing that matters is what they're doing while they're with everything else that they did. You just want to just leave that where it is. Stop letting people tell you about the person in your life if people come to you event. Listen if you have advice to give to them asked them before you give it you know. How do you ask somebody. Hey based on the situation you tell about. I think i have some advice for you. Do you wanna hear it. Yes i want hear. No i don't wanna hear you know so how you view yourself matters. Don't let someone tell you how you should be who you are as a person what you should stand for and how you should stand on it. Just stop it. Stop struggling with this. Okay is is understand that this is a process you have to stick to it constantly. Have to remind yourself when you're not looking into merrill. Stop being afraid to meet new people where your mask. I wear masks when you meet new people. Okay why umass Leave your mark. you know. it's all good. They either go like you're not and if don't so be it. They're not fit to play. Your role are the role. They're not wait. They're not the right character for your role. Okay gay like casting all over again. But as i have you guys. I hope this episode helps you all and you know jesus calling. he's ready for you but anyway Gone back you know. I told you about your identity. What you see yourself as others said get that would they should receive from you and some people. Just don't wanna receive that you just have to keep going and stand firm on what it is that you're trying to display to them that they cannot receive understand movil. Thank you guys for grabbing me. Oh my guys out to all right. Y'all but i. i think. I told y'all enough i love y'all by..
"munt" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"We need to get. We need to get like a an intro. I know because every time. I mean we have a set one. Well no no normally. What happens is i introduced myself. I'm melanie daily. And then we wait. We wait for a good ten seconds. And i stare at you and you say or something like that. So so far. That's been set intro zone but You're mixing it up for this week like it all right so this week. I am talking to the fantastic Rachelle and i knew her. I believe it was rochelle anthony. But now it's keel. I believe if i'm pronouncing that correctly. And she coaches for eisenhower. This fantastic double national championship. Team up in michigan and i i listened to her speak at a Varsity spirit conference and she was giving a talk about Corey choreography and trying to do things outside. The box. And i loved it. I learned so much and thought you know this. she's adorable. she's just absolutely adorable and so likeable and so down to earth and so talented and Very team team focused. It's not really about her is about her tian creating something really cool and so Anyway went to the went to the class. You know. And i wrote down her contact information and then Not too long after. Maybe it was five months or so after that somebody got a hold of me through social media. It was either on instagram or facebook. That said listen to your podcast of your podcast. I have a great idea for her. You should interview. And then she told me. And i was like i. Totally agree n. G. is on my list of People to contact and it was a. It was a fellow coach of hers from michigan so When i sent this interview to kaley send them to her for so she knows what she's talking about after her awkward pause but anyway when i sent to kayla i was like this is rachelle winning if carl munt ever tells us to get lost. This is who we're going to start stocking good. I know just think. Carl listens to this. Carl.
"munt" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"People were dead on the floor but. But Then, once you once you've cleaned up thing and it is clean, then you go back again and you reemphasized style and musicality again. So you sandwich it you start with yes it's so important and they do the synchronization in the execution and all that kind of robot type stuff and then you follow up again with your musicality in your stock have to bring that back because that's what makes you stand out. On, is that you know? It's funny because we have these conversations about a dancer can she can do a leg whole turn and she can do this and she can do this but she can't dance she can't. Watch her move. You put a piece of choreography on her. She has a stick body. She stiff bushy can hit those tricks. She could hit that ACRO. But her dance her ability to feel the music and express is not there it's missing. So is that something that you have done since the very beginning or is that sort of thing that you had sort of an Aha moment? In, nineteen ninety. Go to keep going back further. well, it's Sorta like it grew on me because you know I can't from I was I had one foot in the cheer land and one foot in the dance land for a long time. Yeah. And I was always coaching leaders in coaching dance and when I was calling I was on the cheer team and the dance team at the same time and so I kind of had so so from cheerleading you get the clink clink clink staff you know and so but I think when you belong I think I think that having artistry in dance is really really important. I always say that dance team is where artistry meets athleticism and. I think that's really important and sometimes we forget that as dance team coaches and we again going back to if you're only coaching three routines, you're not teaching kids to damp and. So it's sort of I had the clean thing in the already that, and then I started to really discover that the of the style and the loss of the musicality where we were losing points, and so we would really revisit that I mean I'll give you a real example we were lectured action. Tabitha Napoleon nappy tabs. That they were choreographers crew. And Carl Munt was our jazz choreographer. Best the best. Not to shabby. They're yeah. And we got him really early in their careers when they were first starting now and so So we had wonderful artistry and I-? Tampa thanks tickner used to. She'd say now you're not gonNA clean this thing to death. Are you? So. I learned a lot from listening to them because that was a concern for them because they wanted the integrity of their piece to have their style, right ten she she. She knew I could get I. Get anything clean. But so she held me accountable and Carl to you know Held me accountable as a coach to embrace their artistry and their style Keep that the continuity of that in their routine and I know that bothers a lot of choreographers is when they go in and they teach a particular routine and they watch it six months later and they're like what happened. What what set? This group again, going back and watching those videos of like. A month or two out of competition, going back and watching the choreography videos and watching the choreographer and how they demonstrated the move met and helping the dancers revisit..
"munt" Discussed on Tai Asks Why
"Okay, , I know that dream stories sometimes you like really really boring but like just bear with me the rest of back. . The other night i. . Always just walking out of my. . Book in my hand, , and then suddenly I see a spider. . And I accidentally just dropped the book down on him squishing him in the way picked him up. . You know WHO's dead. . But the remember hearing this thunderous roars something slowly approached. . An this huge cockroach top hat, , which is like. . I had no control. . Eventually he he got many pin me down. . They started like attacking their woke up before anything bad. . All of the nightmares I have they make no sense. . There's these horrible entities that are like all powerful and it's just weird 'cause I. . You know it's scary and it's on enjoyable. . So why do we even have nightmares? ? Why don't we dream in the first place? ? I'm this is my podcast. . Asks what? ? There are so many good questions out there these answered. . What is love? ? Turns Cooler. . What happens after we die? ? How do we fix? ? and. . Why do? ? I think dreams help us make sense of the world. . Things happen in your life, , your brain will store them for a timer can think about the work might be puzzling might have a deeper error wound or dreams could be aspirations like what you want to achieve or pursue in your waking life. . I used to think that dreams main a lot of things and there are super important. . But now I just think that they are <hes> your brain filtering themselves. . WHY WOULDN'T WE DREAM? ? When I was little I had a dream about. . My House kept on rolling around a dog. . What kind of dreams do you have? ? Their weird. . That kind of goes with the territory, , right? ? But like I don't really understand why we'd need to like see dog bowls from dreams or just really weird because the like these movies. . That are head makes and like. . I know our brain is working really hard to make these. . But like twice dozen our brain. . Power down. . Teams figment of Magin nation when you asleep. . Now this is my brother key. . I've talked to him a lot about dreams lately he's got a lot of interesting ideas. . It's a picture of like like what you see on. . Your dream. . It's it's a nightmare maybe who feeling Sattar that note or like maybe it's telling you to like. . Strangers are dangerous. . Maybe it's like maybe it tells you about lesson something. . You. . Dream. . About I think they'll way of your brain trying to communicate something maybe not something important but maybe just something. . and. . Then you can remember how we look at you your brainwaves. . So. . We can learn about James Wait. . What? ? It's going to be held onto your face with a little bits of tape. . So I dragged my brother Ken to Sunnybrook Sleep Clinic Talkers Brian Woods in an e g machine. . Here's earned irs I will extract fried at home 'cause the machinery so you'll just be drawing on your brother's head. . For. . Sixteen seventeen wires this so many wires on wikipedia around. . By the time technician has done is covered in these wars. . Looks ridiculous this. . Test the liars make sure everything's connected probably gonNA move around too much. . Why head into the lowered tweet eeg results as they come in. . And while we're waiting I decided to ask Dr Mark Bolles about why it is. . We sleep at all during the day these harmful toxins accumulate in our brain and when you're sleeping you actually clear these toxins sleep is also thought to help consolidate memories. . So if you go to task or an exam without having slept, , you actually do more poorly compared to someone who's actually slept and had time to consolidate their memories
Wall Street's leading stocks reveal investor caution
"China and the US are said to have made progress on the trade front and that help to lift stocks to records in the US last week but there's caution among money managers including Charles Henry Munt Chow chief investment officer at all male capital who says trade negotiations have a long way to go so I think this phase one is is do able we are perfectly making progress on this we're getting face to that would be to know that the big focus on twenty twenty and and that would be much more difficult if it Intel was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak
"munt" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Drivers tonight lists two main story for today as it's gonna be because the <hes> the officials in russia told us it is time for us to make announcement about patrick byrne yeah patrick's bit on the show a number of times. We like the financial time not comeback now no longer sanctioned. He's kind of hippie dippy right and he's a self proclaimed hippie but he made this announcement last week that the f._b._i. Directed him to pursue a romantic relationship with if maria bettina who was an accused russian spy and as a result he has stepped down as c._e._o. Oh of overstock dot com you know we were in orlando and i think that was when he was on the news with some do do you remember the clip that he was on. He was just talking to some crazy stuff about is all like russia and he he was going off on some stuff saying that he had insider information on a a lot of stuff and then like the next week or so it comes out that he was in some relationship with maria. Bettina and boutin was serve is currently serving eighteen eighteen months in prison for acting under direction of kremlin back russian official identified as a former russian politician banker alexander torsion to curry favor with american political groups such as the n._r._a. and to promote russians interest in the u._s. Here's the thing that everything that we've heard in mainstream media about about russia hacking elections. It's all b. S. and i'll tell you who's done a really good job of discovering and documenting accurately accurately what the whole russia thing was really about. It's dan bongino. He's a radio show host. He's a very popular podcast series. He's written a book called spy gate and he has thoroughly footnoted undocumented. What really anybody who's aware of what really took place knows here and what happened with patrick byrne is. He says that he got quote. Unquote fishy orders regarding political espionage which he discover came from a guy named hits if you've heard this name before peter struck doc former f._b._i. Agent who was fired also james comey fired and former f._b._i. Lawyer lisa lisa page fired. There was some real shenanigans and i think that burn knows some stuff that he's not yet talking about well. It's really interesting if you follow gone down that rabbit hole which joel and i've had a lot of conversations around that it is you know you think about that. There's this elite people who are in dan like the intelligence agencies but they were never elected. They were just appointed and a lot of them have very long terms or there's there's no expiration on their term and so they we can start bending reality the way they want when they start using propaganda which based in two thousand thirteen the smith munt modernization act happened and and what that meant was the u._s. using propaganda and fake news on u._s. Citizens was no longer illegal starting in two thousand thirteen so a lot of what we've seen with the media just create stories and have them a lot of them. Not being real is because of the smith mont modernisation act passed in <hes> in <hes> december of two thousand twelve so this crazy thing was. We don't know why it's not just that they're trying to get traffic is bending reality and a lot of cases. Do no what this myth is that you're talking about i do i do like a nice blunt cake. Though but is good police to provide me with supervised with cloud over stock has a new interim c._e._o. His name jonathan johnson and they johnson. I'm johnny johnny john. John johnson jonathan john johnny johnson the third johnny john john john outta than john john jay johnson. Are you done anyway. Jonathan johnson is the interim c._e._o..
"munt" Discussed on KOMO
"Car insurance and there's a quick way you could save money switch to geico go to geico dot com and again in fifteen minutes You could say fifteen percent or more on car insurance. I'll look at the weather now. Here's Seth Wayne of the KOMO forecast team here on a Thursday. We're going for mostly cloudy conditions again, we'll get some sun breaks, some scattered showers as well temps today in the upper sixties, we're going low to mid seventies on your Friday, so slightly warmer and sunnier tomorrow, and then for the weekend, and mix of sun and clouds and maybe a few stray showers on Sunday. Enjoy your day I'm Seth Wayne. In the KOMO weather center. Some showers right now in the Bellingham area, where it's fifty two cloudy and Olympia and fifty here in downtown Seattle, mostly cloudy and fifty one. Komo news time six oh, six, we told you yesterday about an LGBTQ friendly church in Renton. That was targeted with explosives and apparent hate crime. The United Christian church had put up a display of rainbow colored doors for pride Munt neighbor, Sarah, March, Russell is not happy about what happened, they're shocked. I was angry. And a comes after some recently released hate crime statistics from the university of Washington show. A nearly four hundred percent increase in reported hate crimes around Seattle. With the worst spikes in downtown Capitol Hill, the district and Ballard, the U dub, researchers found fifty four percent of hate crimes directed toward race or ethnicity thirty two percent towards sexual orientation Seattle homicide. Detectives are still looking for the gunman who shot to death just north of green lake yesterday morning. Police say fifty nine year old man was shot and killed eighty four th and Aurora was found on a bench on the west side of the street. Detectives are asking anyone with information to give them a call. The city of Seattle is reminding contractors to keep the sidewalks safe and accessible during construction,.
"munt" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Rick. Effective automation is the best way for businesses to stay competitive. And having a chat bought for your business. That's easily automate and optimize sales marketing and costumer service in the digital age. Chaipas ph who build train maintain and market your across all messaging tat for our team uses the latest technologies, enable you to better serve customers. Twenty four seven three sixty five. Meeting with us today. Message is now at M dot MEES. Lash chat bought PA. And we are back from the break for the last part to discuss the startup PNO startup. Not sorta fucking group the villa bean startup law who feel so getting you'll never get. It'll never get old seeing that. But again, it's blows do not implement themselves. Right. This like how laws are you can just walk and put that piece of paper. But if people don't know how to internet even constitution get messed up majority this right because it's always subject to interpretation. What's next now? Call so it's a law its venture lapsed or been signed. We don't know yet. But again for all we know officially a lot. Yes. In our hearts and minds already lapsed into there you go. So we can confidently say that. Now, what sure. So like, you said laws don't implement themselves. The next part of the process is the confirmation of an implementing rules in. Regularly. I are people call an I'm that is led. The host agencies are supposed to lead that process, but are also required to consult with the community. And thankfully, the Akwa system has come together and said that they will work with agencies to build this implementing rules and regulations. Ideally, they have a month to work on it. When did that Munt start that started when the Bill lapsed into law? So. Allows twenty six twenty six. But sometimes of worse depends on the LARs and there's election. So we got give it give a little bit more patients fill out, but we got here all ready career. And what we're on is. There are people in the these government agencies that are super super into start ups in the community, and we love them, and they love the space. And so we are very confident that they will be able to finish this process. Once the iron are is complete the other part that you have to make sure that it's budget at Brearley every year, which is an entirely different process already. Also. But that means being vigilant with the house and the Senate and make sure that you have partners there who are also believers in the eco system because every year, they can then say, let's have more funding or let's have less funding for the startup ecosystem. So that's the other. But the third part also in which is simpler, I guess next up is that you could always reach out to these government. Agencies. Okay. If you have comments or suggestions or feedback. If you do we'll put it on the show notes Carlo provider as well. Just so that if you wanna reach out you want to be involved, which you should by the way, it's your civic duty to get this done because we already got to this. No, the hustle the grind everything else, which we will discuss a little bit more in a bit of like water to the stuff that they have to go through. But you should be involved. Because if you don't get involved, and they come up with the I r and you don't like it. It's your fault. Okay. That's it. We should all because this is all for us. How don't care what color you represented and whatnot. Black white blue yellow, whatever right for the Philippines. And finally this is here right now. Carl just curious, it's all fun and games. Right. Let's listen moved to bail. Started in twenty sixteen. Why did it take so long to get past? What were the challenges that we got here for sure? So well, one major challenges that yes, you really hopes that you have the chairmanship of the committee. But after first reading and second reading, archery, especially between first and second reading you have to go through the legislative mill, and that means you have to make sure that all the other senators are interested are not necessarily super interested. But that will allow you to sponsor it on the floor. And unfortunately, sometimes it's not the priority for that particular year. One reason why has it took us so long from from dining sixteen to twenty nine hundred because even if it was really fast in the Senate, for example, hang it wasn't as fast in the house because they had other priorities some leadership changes. Yeah. Which was big right away. Right. And also sometimes it helps. So what are we able to over or maneuver is that it's it helps that you're always prepared? Because sometimes there are senators really mean will and they really like your Bill, but they know that into be too expensive or that it would be too hard to implement or that particular department will just veto it and fight against it. And so sometimes, and I can I mean, we know some of these senators they really mean they want you to improve the Bill got it. But it's the check and balance to if you're not prepared to answer their questions to get an alternative provision that the community likes. Then just stall just be forgotten. Just you just have to start all over again every three years. That's thankfully, my boss theme behind
"munt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Manderson thing. Anderson who's been on this program several times personality in interviews. I've done with him great conversation with him. He's got his mind even beyond baseball, which I think is very intriguing as a personality in against baseball needs more guys. Like, Tim Anderson for the flair and the pomp and circumstance. Jeff pants judge. Jeff passan are ESPN baseball expert was talking about to manage has to intercept arrived. I need more than a month. That's I mean, that's what this comes down to write that, Tim Anderson. What he's done in the month. You know, the the end of March and the beginning of April has been pretty damning credible. I also see that Tim Anderson's. Walk rate makes veer bias Joey. And that Kim Anderson's average on balls in play is is four thirty five. And that's not a trivial insignificant thing that there is there is luck going on here. Now, he hits the ball hard. And that's a really good sign to have a high average on balls in play but four thirty five is very simply unsustainable. So there's going to be some regression here. That's natural. That's what that's what happens. How baseball is. You have incredible months. If you're a guy is talented Anderson, and you have months where you shovel and look the league's going to adjust. I wanna see how to manage adjusts back, and I wanna see if he can sustain this beyond this great Munt because the tools have always been there guys. Let's remember when the White Sox took him. I'm not gonna say it was an overdraft. What it was though was a bet on the tools that they were going to manifest themselves in skills, and we're starting to see..
"munt" Discussed on KGO 810
"Bark Everton is spokesman for visit Oakland. Welcome to John Hamilton, the Goldmark. John. It's great to be back with you. Yes. It is to be with you. Now last year's Oakland. Art Munt was so popular it's back with the vents throughout may give us a and we'll get to that big event coming up give us examples of what taking place. What makes art month this year? So exciting is that the city of Oakland has launched the first cultural development plan in thirty years. And the theme of that is belonging and we wanted to kind of bring a team along and to Oakland months. So we've got a variety of activities going on. There's a queer California film series going on at the Oakland museum of California. And they're launching California. Untold stories in the month of may we've got not one but two Cinco de mayo activities when we can chat more about that. There was an Armenian food festival and creek Susta both going on in the middle of may. So there's really a white gamut of great activities for people to come and visit Oakland women sound festival. That's one then you've got comedy in Oakland at spicy monkey. That's a restaurant, right? Yes. By smokey is up in the uptown district. And it's. It's a really interesting restaurant. So it's a great place to come grab a bite to eat and listen to some stand up comedy. Yeah. The women sound off. That's just that could be very interesting a festival, no less. It is. It's goes on for several days. We've also got Oakland symphony doing very special event this year, they're doing west side story, which is the first time they've done that. So that brings back great memories for a lot of us. And don't forget the happy our crews on the base. So you can board one of the cruise ships and just take off around the bay for a little bit. Correct. Yeah. I think I think Hornblower is offering that and also the Potomac FDR's floating. White House is also going to be doing some evening cruises in the month of may here's one that could be really interesting where street art, meet digital art. Yeah. That's an exciting kind of combination. And we're seeing more and more of that they Navarre issue. Now a lot of the burning man or in creations come out of Oakland. So there's an amazing amount of creativity. That goes on in west Oakland in a lot of the artists community, and it's an exhibit in as you know, we did a mural festival last year. So a lot of our street art is exhibited in Urals and also digital is is everywhere, and again is becoming increasingly popular one of the biggest events will be, of course, Ching-Kuo Demayo, what's going to be taking place, whereas gonna be etc, etc. Etc. But we got two of them. So we have Tanko Demayo on may fourth in London square. And so that will be a very cool fun celebration. And for a lot of people coming across the bay great stick to fairy the fairy will go from the ferry building straight into check London square, and then they can come and enjoy that and actually on. Cinco de mayo. There is a very large festival going on down in the fruitvale area. And bail is really the home of of that Cinco de mayo celebration for Oakland. And so it's a great opportunity to your visitors to go down, and they can easily get down there by taking Bart getting off of the fruitvale station that puts them right in the heart of fruitvale, and then it's a great afternoon of wandering and dining and snacking and listen to music. Yeah. A visit Oakland dot com. You'll get all sorts of information great stuff on there. But let's go back to that that destination shopping, it's entertainment. Tell us about about that incredible area that now has a place called as Albery Bezerra, our our producer and the people that were pre preceding me on the show. We're talking about a place called planks tell us about this. It must be extraordinary. It's amazing plank is right down to check on square for for people that remember the Barnes and noble the very large bookstore. They took that over about three years ago and converted it into just a really fun place to go and bring friends and family. It's bowling alley. But it's also got I probably forty or fifty TV's in an outside bar and botchy ball and all kinds of outside games and gone there with clients. I did my my daughter's one of her teenage birthday parties there. It's just a fabulous. Place for a white variety of people in the white Brady of uses. You know, one of the things that people that don't have been do Oakland or rarely is college avenue is is just one restaurant after another, and it's truly one of the really interesting places to visit when you're hungry, and you better make a reservation for a lot of them because they are extremely popular. But it really college avenue. I am I've got the right avenue right college. Yes. You do. Yeah. Amazing and kind of the the what by sex right in the middle of the rock ridge Bart station. So for people that are that are that are traversing the bay taking part. It's an easy. Stop to get all that at Lockridge when you come out of the station, you can either go north or south and both directions on college are fun to stole and wonder, and there's all kinds of restaurants and bars and flower shops, and you've got everything from from talk arenas like cactus to to Ben in Knicks. And and all of that does. And so you've got a wide range of. Of you know, kind of bar food or you can get very fancy food at at all about there's a there's a beer baron. That's opened up on that street, and the golden squirrel, which was Barclays for a number of years is a fabulous place. And I think they got I don't know probably seventy five beers on tap. So it's just great place to go into wander, especially with the weather getting beautiful and the and the sunsetting later great place to go for a stroll on experience. Now, you mentioned Bart. And of course ferry service. You also mentioned are there are those both good certainly to get to Gaul Javan, your Nola of all of the restaurants. But also for the other events are they near Bart station. So that Bart is a good destination all over the bay. And of course, very service from where that would be basically San Francisco, right? Yeah. The ferry currently we have fair is that run from Alameda, and Oakland, but they also run to sell. San Francisco always point Mary ones, go to the ferry building. And then they also go up to forty one. So from the fisherman's wharf area, and it's kind of you know, kind of untold the secret and that every bar train go throw Clinton. So there isn't a bar trainer. Runs anywhere in the bay area. That doesn't at some point passer woke Linden. Has a phenomenal number of stations. Whether you're going to advance down, the call Siham or you're going to fruitvale like we talked about or downtown Oakland to go to the FOX or the paramount able to go to first Fridays. It's easy to get off at nineteen three part station. If you're going to the Oakland museum of California to go and experience, the the queer California exhibit that they're launching. And then they're also doing an exhibit later this fall on burning man. Art, would you'll be the first time that burning man or will be exhibited outside of burning man for a lot of us that don't want to spend a week in in on the Playa to great way to go and experience out right next to the lake Merritt art station. Clearly, a correct way to get throughout all of Oakland. All right, Mark, Everton, Jacqueline in square, etc. Etc. Etc. And the main thing for you to do the pied out more what's going on during this month long celebration? But all the time is.
"munt" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"What happens if you get an hour, less two hours? Goes up and up and up. Oh my gosh. And it was mostly true though, on workdays when people had to do a bunch of stuff. They weren't excited about weakens. The effect was smaller. Because you can focus on the things you really want to focus stuff that you really don't is where you get bit. By that stayed out late last night watching the adventures and didn't even Joe yourself. I don't wanna paint that picture. There are a lot of good things that I liked about that movie. Like, I said before I just leave it at its long and everybody knows that going in off at any point in time sleepy. The other was one time. Yeah. I never went all the way out. I close my for maybe fifteen seconds something like that. Okay. I have a story that I want to run by guys. Okay. Is that a lake lake oswego, Oregon? There is a guy who lost his cat named peak at you sad. Right. Oh, he's launching. Now. A fundraiser Xamax Steve Munt he wants to raise more than five grand to send Pika choose remains into space. He's asking strangers for help on go fund me where people can send him the cash to fund. The mission months says he will have a final sendoff like no cat has ever had before. Please help make history and secure peekapoos place in the heavens as a guardian angel of the earth. You've gotta be kidding me. Seven wants me to give him money. So he can shoot his dead cat into space. No, I don't think. So he's already raised seventeen hundred dollars. I'm not surprised. Think of the area. I mean, that's a right place to get people to do that sort of thing saying that with love, you know, that to be true. I guess man. You're a cat lover. You think it's crazy? Don't you think it is? And it's not really even making history because people do that. Yeah. I've got cats too. And I'm not doing that. Well, the whole guardian of the universe stop. I know enough one of the thing you guys love to talk about the lottery, I know can't win if you don't play stupid investment what him. Because a mom forgot her kids birthday. She won the lottery jackpot. Wow. Antoinette Ouseley lives just outside Detroit. Chunk of money because she's putting in she uses this combination part of it is her kids ages and birthdates one of her kids just turned twenty. But she forgot so she used nineteen instead one seventy eight thousand dollars. She give that kid a little extra. Well, could take some classes on how to be a good parent. Well, gosh, I don't wanna say just because they turned twenty and you put down nineteen year a terrible parent that could happen..
"munt" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So we had last Thursday and Friday that was crazy. And then we got yesterday Democrats from the hill dot com DEM seek to rein in calls for impeachment. Yeah. Because you don't have anything. There's nothing there. There's no obstruction of Justice. And and we all let you tried to make it sound like there was because Muller obviously, made that a political document, especially that portion of it or the ten instances there were no ten instances of restriction of Justice. Stop it. I hate to say it, but Piers Morgan who is not illegal genius pointed out people look at it and say, so he didn't commit a crime. So you're saying that he obstructed Justice by not committing a crime to obstruct Justice to obstruct the Justice department from investigating something that he knew he was innocent of and the prosecutor found that he was innocent of. And now your goal is to impeach him for something. He did legally because you don't know what his intent was even though all the evidence shows his intent was he was ticked off because he was being unfairly accused of something you're really going to go with that. Go ahead. And we always knew you, and I talked about this and said, the democrat leadership isn't going to be for this. Now, you have all the democratic candidates saying, well, we should take steps now. And we need to keep the investigation going. His Pelosi said, well, yeah. Of course, that's what you're going to say. Because you wanna give hope you still want to give that last bit of hope to those on the left, the belief Trump committed collusion. Yeah. You can't reverse what you have built this entire house of lies. You can't go and just tear it down and to what John Brennan did one day and said, oh, I guess I got bad information. Brennan Trump committed treason, Trump is a Russian operative from oh. Never mind. Yeah. Hey, let's get this guy on his going to be a regular contributor to our channel to our program. He's the former CIA director of he says it has to be true. His sources tell him his sources tell him and then the Monday morning after the Friday Mullah report came out. He says, oh, I guess I didn't get good information. Dude. You're so fired. Not only are you fired. You always money Menominee us back on in a couple days. Let's get the expertise from the guy who's been wrong for the last two year. Right. Had been information. My bed. Any in that same conversation? Well, I'm glad I'm glad is not colluding with Russians unplanned. That's a good thing. That's a positive. Yeah. You're missing the whole point. It's just insane. How this is. But I like playing the audio cut from you know, Giuliani over the weekend the liberals were ponding on it. So what if we get, you know, basically, I'm paraphrasing here. So what if we got information from the Russians are so what if anybody gets information from the the Russians and Joe Scarborough, for example, now the president is it's okay to get information from China to go after different candidate. Well. Do you not understand what we're talking about? Because the DNC and Hillary campaign got information and propaganda and distant and lies and disinformation from the Russians to use against a presidential candidate. It's all that. That's the most unbelievable thing of it all that. We've talked about a hundred times that the elephant of the what they accused Trump of and what they were accusing him about what Giuliani believes now is exactly what they did. And they just never mentioned it. As if it doesn't exist. It's well here we go to the supreme court today will consider of the whole citizenship and the census. Yeah. I I would love to hear comments during that process. That's going to be interesting to I guess read between the lines and see what the ultimate decision is. And the commerce secretary simply said, no, we want to add the citizens through question, are you citizen of the United States? Therefore, we can separate the citizens from a non citizens and the left is upset because they believe that non-citizens should have representation in congress. Right. They say they are against it. Because they don't want someone to be intimidated by the census, takers. But the fact of the matter is is that they want that representation in those districts. I I want accuracy in the census. And I believe that our congressional representation should be decided on citizens. Yeah. And I bet you the vast majority of Americans agree with me. I'm guessing otherwise I would say that I wouldn't say that if it was the opposite way if I believe. That they didn't agree with me. I would say the vast number of people who aren't Americans. That's what we're talking about here should Americans should Americans be represented or everyone, and if everyone should be represented than it means open borders, and congress is represented by anybody who's able to get in here illegally and American citizens to guess, right? But anybody who comes in here illegally has as much representation as any American citizen. Anybody believe that's the correct way that our congress should should be formed and our congressional districts, and how many congressional districts we should have by the number of legal immigrants that you have in your state gives you more congressional districts. I don't think the majority of Americans would agree with that. Now, it's interesting to see that Republicans or the Democrats are moving we want a direct democracy. So we believe that every illegal immigrant should have that direct line to our democracy too. Right. Tell me where I'm wrong. So that citizenship question before the supreme court today will be really looking forward to I'm assuming oral arguments would be today. I'm looking forward to see how to read Scotus blog later on today. Yeah. After this after that the comments during those arguments are some of the it doesn't always tell you where it's going. But certainly it's part of that discussion, and it's always intriguing. Socialist students at the university of Texas San Antonio encourage followers to stop by the group's breadline. Oh, come by our breadline today. We'll be giving out free sandwiches in front. I guess the student union for another hour so come by before we run out. The young democratic socialist association chapter at US UTSA tweeted out on April ninth. Mhm? The tweet calls attention to the common stereotype of socialist countries at a time when the far left in American Democratic Party is advocating for socialist policies. And it's interesting that they actually talk about the fact join our breadline if you want a kid that weight that's a great way to kit. Sure, if you wish that fun that way or you believe that you are mocking we capitalist. Go ahead. Yeah. Because you're not it's actually an accurate stereotype of where socialism ends up. And and what do you mean run out before we run out? No, no, no, no, no, no. You can't ever run out. You have to feed them. That's true. Certainly you have plenty of money, right? That's not an issue taking care of everyone would not be an issue. Oh, wait a minute. Maybe we make the sandwiches smaller. Maybe we limit. Well, ability, we ration. Here's here's the problem. Here's the problem with socialists. Yeah. And we said this before when you know, people have said, well, many more Americans approve of socialism. No, we don't we approve of gimme ISM. We don't like socialism, though, we don't like having a pay for it. We only liked the freebie part of it. So we're really not true, socialist, we're Guinness. And so we've talked about in fact, we've advocated today that the philosophy of gimme as represented by the free life party here in America. That's right, everything free. But another example of why even some of the most socialist parts of our country, actually, don't believe in socialism a Bill that would have slapped a statewide tax on sugary drinks in California. Stalled yesterday. When the lawmaker authored it shell the legislation until next year. Okay. The tax would have been two cents per fluid ounce on soda and other sugar sweetened beverages. Such as teas and sports and energy drinks. It seeks to use tax revenue to help programs to combat diabetes and other chronic health conditions. It was opposed though. By the way. How can you? You know, we talked about this with the, you know, the legalization of marijuana in many of these states, and California and all this. If you want to take out that urge to have sugary drinks and sugar candies and things like that. How can you be advocating for pot growing, right? Can't do that. What about the concept of the munchies? Mm isn't that something that we have to deal with a serious in a serious way any substance that creates the munchies right makes you hunger? For crap food. Shouldn't that be forget about getting high? What about the Munshi effect should the Munt Munshi effect be banned while they'll probably come up with these legal marijuana shops, guaranteed not to you get high. But you don't get the munchies over once that. That's half the fun. Sit around and eat candy bars all day. I don't want to diet drug. Imagine. Okay. Eric and Gary dispensary all of these make you more productive in life. No, no, no, no. I don't want that. These are these are marijuana edibles with speed. So that's the way these make you more productive in life more inclined to save money and be responsible for yourself. No. I don't want that. When a man something else. Please believe Huey Lewis sang about that. Exactly. Yeah. Wait a minute. What? No. Can you imagine that though? Because they run the drive the drug that makes you it makes you feel better healthier. And it makes you more responsible. Yeah. What imagined because what was the drive? I'm really all about getting high. Right. Yes. Just getting high. Well, all right. We're going to have a drug here. This would've legalize it. It'll make you more productive and response. Now, see you would think that would be the natural inclination of man to to look for something, man. I want something to make me better at work to be able to excel in life and be more productive and responsible. That would be the thing everybody go. Oh, man. I want that. No. I want something that makes me want to stay home are drug in key increases, your work ethic. That's right. No, no. I can't have that. No, no. What else you got the the be responsible? I'll tear of my own college expenses drug, right? No. I want something that makes me set at home and wonder what would happen if I started the wizard of Oz movie at the same time. I started a Pink Floyd album. That's what I got anything like that..
"munt" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Saleable radio celebrating the connection with our pets. And we talked about a couple of weeks ago. In fact, I believe Lori had a news story about gentlemen, Steve Munt. He owns cats yet, a cat that unfortunately expired, and he has the CRA means of that cat wants to send that cat up into space. And at the time the report we had said that he worked at NASA, which we understand is actually not the case a Steve joins us right now. Hi, steve. How are you doing great? How are you? Very good. So you actually worked on software for the Hubble space telescope, and you did not work at NASA that am I to understand. That is correct. I worked at a at a aerospace contractor in the nineteen eighties and work on Nassar projects over there story kind of went crazy as it went, national and international. So there were areas that to introduce them to the story. But essentially you want to send the CRA means of your cat up into space, and this would actually be the first cat now dogs have been sent up. But this would be the first cats permission sent to space. The crap is are you raising money for this. Well, I'm out right now. I started a gofundme me which had been directed originally toward my Twitter followers. I am still raising money over there. But I did want to secure the flights. So I actually have signed the contract and made a payment on my credit card. Oh, wow. Okay. So when is it going to happen to you know, I am waiting right now for assignment to a flight and tells on a flight date right now anticipated it'll happen within the next eighteen months, and why do you want to do this? I mean, it seems like a great way to memorialize your animal. But is there any other reason they're actually with you know, Pika too was very special to our family of, you know, people wise and our cat family as well. He gets to help another cat of ours. A cat Z who? Had some pretty serious illness and has had a lot of medical treatment, including a blood transfusion stem cell therapy and acupuncture for chronic kidney disease. T- could see showed up at a time. Where z just needed some re-energizing and Pika she was able to do that..
"munt" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"That was started scared to fail with rather. You tried even though I knew was a dog with fleas when you brought it to me I knew it was a dog with lease. But who fucking fuck tell you that. I think everything's a dog with lease. You know, you bring that's an idea our about vestments the dog with lease. You know, I just know what I know what I can help you with. So when you come to me with something that's not in my field. How can I judge it? You know, people always ask me. Why don't I judge killed Tony? I love Tony inch. I love Brian allege judge other kinds hard time with comic, he sucks. You know? Why is that's his dream? You sucking carpentry. That's. No, you ain't got. Not taking pictures. Right. I'm not worried about that. But when you come to me, and you go, hey, man, I talked in private, you know, my dream is to photograph Led Zeppelin, even though they're dead. I wanna photograph bands of that caliber, you know, how can I look in the eye or your dog, Affi sucks? Anything about photography. How do I know what you're Icees? I do know one thing. I don't fall five people take pictures of me on the constant level. And I know another three or four people that paid big money to take pictures of me. And nobody takes it better picture them. You Felicia Michaels or the guy from the store Choi juicy we sent this the next day. Now, I see I think he sent the the check. You see the headshots Troy into I go great. I got him. You're on stage choice the best of what he does. And I've had people pay people years ago to come into the store and pictures that you looking good. I mean, listen, I know I looked like carbon months, but you've gotta fee, I should take that. He added we this away and show them that one piece of beauty. But the point being who are you to tell that guy that he's no good, right? Because you never know that he might be perfect for some job out there. It's not that. I don't like flocking what people's dream. I fuck what you wanna be a dumb gamble. That's not a dream. All people confuse a dream with Hoppy, a dream of something that you feel deep in your boss that why you working at the DMV. Eight yourself, but you hate life, and you're frustrated because you're not doing what you wanna do. That's a dream. And you know that you dream. I you're not gonna make no money. I mean, my dream is to hang pictures up of athletes in fucking museum. And that people come by the why remember this game? Remember this? I got a great picture from garden shack of gins. Sid the squid the Sports Illustrated cover he said to me for Christmas dropped at the store. You know, I I would love to put a space together just to show art different Munt every month, the different people sports, art Huber Mont Armenian month. You know, like just I like the dog iffy. I don't know nothing about really. Yeah. I don't know about it. But if I did like, a Chinese art Monte brought a Buddha and a couple of picks to China coupled picks Chinese. People doing karate. Don't give a fuck. I love to do something like that. I just don't know how they even start. Do you charge? The painter for wall space because you know, thousand people gonna come through there every day. I don't know how to start. I love all that type of shit. But that would be a dream of mine that's a dream when I was a kid I used to work with flowers. Do you guys know that no one of your mom own part of them stepfather when he got out he bought into a flower thing. And I gotta tell you, man. That's a great business. Yeah. I don't know what the cost of flowers. Right. I can't imagine what they are. Now, all I know is every year, I see rose sales around balance Jesus Christ people fucking thieves, you did he assortment you..
"munt" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"I mean, I just I was finding it hard to laugh, and there's that scene where Williams vodka like almost fuck cer- on like the picnic table, right? Like during the family cookout, right? The pig in the poke sequence. I I like it. I like all the rusty stuff. I like that rusty's like playing this horny little kid is was the first time. I think I'd seen it with all the nudity at a tremendous amount of nudity. And it was only PG thirteen lots of tits in that move racy. I like it. I think Christmas is better. I think the first one is better. Yes. It is the weakest link that trilogy because I don't even recognize refused even recognize Vegas once they took national lampoon off the top of it. Whereas this isn't we're not in the series anymore. Will you know Vegas is the whole lot better than the next one, which I saw called uncle Eddie's Hawaiian vacation. No it was. I know what you're talking about. It's called Christmas vacation part to. Yes, Eddie takes the family to Bermuda or something absolute horse shit. Vacation. That's why I like things -cation as much as I do is. Because I've seen what came after. I think that should be the thing you, you know, when when Randy Quaid douse on the internet being like, you think I'm crazy. You just you just show him the cover that movie. Yeah. You're crazy. Look look at this made. Yeah, you were in the you were in the last detail for Christ sakes. Right. It's business is terrible. What it's done to Randy Quaid and dwells woes do all says fine. She just that was in a movie didn't care for. She's not out taking pictures of our asshole in the Nevada desert is that Randy Quaid and men's losses Munt. I don't know post like sex tapes with his wife. What does it? Yes. He does. I haven't seen that I've seen his band don't seek it out the star killers or whatever. Yeah. Where he likes sings about how they're like, you know, like how they come. After like, it's all conspiracy ruin celebrities and stuff. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Oh boy. That's a shame old. Randy quaid. Yeah. Randy Q. One of the funniest men that ever lived that. I can't give you. But I I have a lot of laughs from through the actor. I mean, I mean there's few people that are as funniest him in. Christmas vacation kingpin to you know, how Christ. Yeah. Area under Radha performance. He also is great in a movie called quick change with Bill Murray that I really love and Gena Davis. Very good movement. I was almost watched the man who knew too little the other night the Bill Murray movie. But I remember it sucks. I remember kind of enjoying it. I feel like that's the last time. He was straight up Bill Murray. Yeah. Like after that came like lost in translation. And that was it new. He was he was down that road. Yeah. Well, it's look it's we're about forty five in which you probably gets the movie, right? Let's do it Yanni screaming ends news cycle. And you have a quick when I'll drop real fast before the new year hits. Very exciting news for Star Wars fans. I would think I know I'm excited but word on the street is George Lucas. Has been called into assist with episode nine. Particularly a certain. What I say that wrong. No, I'm just enjoying the build up a certain storyline revolving around a specific classic character. So I think the speculation is right. One of the walk. The speculation. Obviously is after the controversial or or contract debate about the last jet. I and the Luke Skywalker portrayal that they are bringing Lucas in to make sure that they close out the Skywalker story properly, and they give it a bang. Kevin Smith was on set for two weeks just watching and hanging out. But he has been very public about like, look I can't give details, obviously. But I wept. It is amazing like JJ is doing God's work. This is the movie you want, and that's what he said about force awakens. And he was right about force awakens. And I don't doubt that he's right about this. I do like the last Jedi. I, but I do think this is the ninth installment of the sky worker saga at saga. This is it I want them to end it with a big Star Wars bang. I don't want them going off the tracks and trying new shit..
Facebook could be facing steep fines for its latest data breach
"This goes to the point you were talking about earlier that many big western economies, including the UK have a problem with. Wages for workers have stagnated and for considerable time, and so that's given scope for populous, politicians to thrive. And so, yes, there is a problem, but will this be enough to really help workers substantially? That's it doesn't seem like it's enough to make a wholesale change, but at least they're being acknowledged, suppose you could say it's easy to tell why the opposition labor party here in the UK Munt accusing the Tories of stealing some of the policies because even if it is not a direct copy and paste, it does feel as though it's being taken out of the playbook, doesn't it? I mean, the it feels as though this is something that would fit quite nicely in the platform that Jeremy Corbyn in the labor party going to taken with them to the next election. Whenever that happens. Do you think this is a bit of a concession from the conservative party to say, well, you know, this wasn't the direction that we were really hitting, but given how much support the labor potty seems to be carrying with it. We do need to give. Give take your in. Then it seems that you know there have been times when the Tory party has taken some
Ubisoft CEO Believes The Next Generation Of Consoles Will Be The Last
"Some believe that the dedicated game console is an increasing hindrance to the growth of the gaming population and the works created for them and leading voices in the games industry are starting to acknowledge that in some way to thanks in part to the sudden rocketing success of full blown major game releases on smartphones and tablets and innovations instrument technology microsoft recently told variety that gaming is becoming increasingly about having your favorite games available to you on any device you own ubisoft co founder and ceo and i'm gonna add this in there of course andy cortez's boyfriend us go munt said he believes game consoles only have one more generation left in them before they fade away to be replaced completely by the ability to stream games to a multitude of platform agnostic devices quote i think we will see another generation but there's a good chance that step by step we will see less and less hardware guilt said with with time i think streaming will become more accessible to many players in make it not necessary to have big heart at home so it goes on like that and continue on the more i wanna read it i wanted to put out there that looks interesting variety brian crescenti ubisoft believes next gen is the last consuls as mike shelf looks game so many thoughts on that yeah yeah you're back tomorrow what's both reading sounds good so you'll have homework i have homework to and also i said the golfing if you don't follow all eighty somebody from ubisoft but we never say that when you say the person's name so i just every time that it's easy one no kidding so when he goes on a date among them all but i understand i don't think i've made the joke games daily before so i don't want to three for curve there you're driving your car have no idea what that means that's the reference some people say we are too many inside jokes in the show but i'll explain them to death jared.