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"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"News update. The committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol is giving Donald Trump until next week to produce subpoena documents the committee sent a subpoena to Trump back in October, requiring documents to be submitted by November 4th and for Trump to appear for his deposition on November 14th. Nancy Pelosi is making her first on camera appearance since her husband was attacked and hospitalized last week. The House speaker announced that her husband will improve over time, and she's optimistic about his recovery. She also read an excerpt from a poem and called for people to strengthen our democracy by voting in the upcoming midterm election. A top Federal Reserve official is ready to back off when it comes to interest rate increases if only slightly Lisa Taylor reports. Speaking to CNBC, Richmond fed president Thomas barkin said he's ready to be more deliberate with such rate hikes as a means to combat inflation. His remarks came after the fed height rates yet again this week by three quarters of a percentage point, barkan added that the latest jobs report shows the labor market remains tight. Tomorrow night's Powerball jackpot is now worth $1.6 billion. The cash value of that is just over 780 million. There hasn't been a winner since early August. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Russian president Putin is trying to freeze Ukraine into submission in remarks following G 7 meetings in Germany, blinken said Russia has so far destroyed 40% of Ukraine's energy infrastructure. He also said that sanctions imposed on Russia have impacted the war in Ukraine's favor. These efforts, coordinated in large part through the G 7, have strengthened Ukraine's battlefield capabilities and weakened Russia's. Ned Stark, Kyrie Irving is apologizing for a social media post last week that promoted a film featuring anti semitic tropes. His apology on Instagram last night came hours after the nets suspended him for 5 games. I'm Brian shook. Synagogues in New Jersey are on high alert after an FBI warning of a threat to the houses of worship in the state, Scott Pringle reports. The FBI says they received a credible broad threat to synagogues in New Jersey, but it did not target a specific one. The FBI's Newark office sent out a tweet yesterday saying people should take all security precautions to protect your community and facility. Rabbi David Seth Kirchner is not surprised. With the level of rhetoric and violence and hatred that is stirring around in our communities, it's something that we knew was going to come knocking on our door and sure enough it has. New Jersey state attorney general says there will be an increased police presence at synagogues, a judge in Washington state is temporarily blocking Albertsons from making a $4 billion dividend payment to stockholders, Washington attorney general bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit to stop the payment before a proposed merger with Kroger. The lawsuit argues the payment would leave albertson's short on cash during the process to review the merger. California wineries are using leftover grape skins to make another varietal that's becoming more and more popular, Julie Ryan reports. It's called piquette and it's made from the unused solids after wine is made. Instead of throwing the pumice away or using it as compost in their vineyards, wineries are starting to make piquette out of it. The solids are steeped with water in a tank where they ferment, making it a kind of wine tea that's usually under 10% alcohol by volume. As for the flavor, it's dry but carbonated and most say it's an acquired taste. I'm Julie Ryan. The Nederland Colorado annual tribute to a frozen dead guy will not be held next year, organizers announced this week that the 2023 festival has been canceled due to safety and security concerns and other operational hurdles. The event pays tribute to a man from Norway who was frozen after his death and was brought to Nederland by his grandson, who uses dry ice to preserve the body. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie pellet, at Bloomberg world headquarters. An up Friday, a losing week for the U.S. stock market, traders were weighing mixed jobs numbers while awaiting next week's inflation data for more clues as to when the fed will be able to slow its pace of rate increases. Nisha Patel is fixed income portfolio manager at parametric portfolio associates. Next week's CPI print is going to be a really important one. But let's face it, I think today's jobs figure isn't something necessarily to see, right? I think there was a little bit of hope, although, you know, unfortunately, see unemployment rate higher, that the labor market kind of the strength of it was starting to ease off. Parametrics, Nisha Patel, Jeff Rosenberg is senior portfolio manager at BlackRock. He says the jobs report points to some slowing. It validates what we think we know about this labor market. And that is is that it is very, very slowly starting to show some effects of an economic slowdown of the fed's tightening BlackRock's Jeff Rosenberg. So as the fed continues to raise rates, what's ahead for the equity market next year. Nadia lovell is senior strategist at UBS financial services. We've lowered our outlook for the S&P 500 to 3700 for June of 2023. You know, there's risks to the downside. We see an earnings recession. I think it's just really difficult to be bullish in this market when you have a fed that is laser focused on burning growth to suffocate inflation. Natty a level of UBS financial services. Stocks rallied with the S&P up 51 again of 1.4%, the Dow was up 402 points higher by 1.3% NASDAQ up 132 a gain of 1.3%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie pellet, and this is Bloomberg

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"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:26 min | Last month

"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Republican mehmet Oz and Democrat John fetterman has been the hardest for the GOP. The hardest has been not Pennsylvania, but Doctor Oz will win against federman. Polls in the closely watched race give fetterman a slightly lead, appearing on ABC's this week, the Florida Republican Scott also said he thinks the GOP could pick up Georgia, Nevada, Arizona and New Hampshire in the midterms. He stated that turnout looks better for the Republicans than Democrats. Souls popular at taewon entertainment district was severely overcrowded the night of the deadly stampede. South Korea based reporter Tom arrest described the chaotic scene in the capital city. Too many people trying to fit into too small a space is narrow alleys behind me, tens of thousands of people were there. The death toll stands over 150 people after a stampede during Halloween festivities Saturday night, among the fatalities were over two dozen foreign nationals, including two Americans, their identities have yet to be released. Ned Stark highly Irving is denying claims he's anti semitic after posting an offensive tweet, Irving faced backlash on Thursday when he shared a link to a documentary that's been harshly criticized for its anti semitic messages. Do I do anything illegal? Did I hurt anybody to harm anybody? Am I going out and saying that I hate one specific group of people? Irving had a testy exchange with the media following Saturday night's loss to Indiana, Irving, however, says he's not anti semitic, and he embraces all walks of life. I'm Tammy trujillo. Former president Obama urging all Americans to get out and vote in the midterm elections. Speaking at a democratic rally in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, Obama noted an election requires everyone to do their part. Obama is among the political heavy hitters working to rally Democrats before the midterms. LeBron James is calling on Elon Musk to look into a sharp increase in racist slurs used on Twitter. Reports. The NBA star shared a study over social media that showed the use of the N word increased by 500% after Musk took over Twitter on Thursday. James described the uptick in the use of the slur on Twitter as scary and added that he hopes Musk will take it very seriously. He also said too many people are equating hate speech to free speech. I'm Chris coraggio. New filings show most UFO reports are simply foreign surveillance or airborne trash, a public report released last year revealed over 100 unexplained UFO incidents between 2004 and 2021, igniting theories about aliens from other planets. Now as intelligence agencies prepare to update that report to Congress on Monday, The New York Times reports most of these incidents are attributed to countries attempting to spy on the U.S., or things like weather balloons, commercial drones, and optical illusions. Morrissey is set to release a new album next year, the former Smith frontman announced bonfire of teenagers will drop in February. The album's title track includes a reference to the 2017 bombing at England's Manchester arena that killed 22 people following an Ariana Grande concert. Morrissey is lined up a long list of collaborators for the album, including Miley Cyrus, Iggy Pop, and Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist flea, the album is set to be released worldwide except in the singer's native UK, where ironically he currently doesn't have a record deal. I'm Tammy trejo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Three children and one adult died in that fire that broke out in a home in The Bronx this morning, according to authorities. Firefighters were faced with heavy smoke and fire on the first and second floors after arriving at 21 65 quimby avenue near castle hill avenue in the union port section of The Bronx. Fire Marshals are investigating the cause of that blaze which was reported at about 6 a.m.. We're hearing village MD, which is majority owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance, is exploring a deal to merge with Warburg pincus backed summit health. More from Bloomberg's genius Pellegrini. Susannah sources tell us the primary care provider village MD's acquisition of summit, a healthcare network, and the parent of city MD would value the combined entity at between 5 and $10 billion. And an agreement could be reached in the coming days, although talks could still fall apart. And these talks do come as Walgreens rivals, including CBS health and Amazon.com, push deeper into primary healthcare through major acquisitions, some at health was formed in 2019 by the merger of summit medical group and city MD. It has more than 370 locations in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Oregon. Susanna. Whatever the nation's top cybersecurity officials is concerned about attempts to interfere in the vote in the upcoming midterm elections. We have no information about specific or credible threats to disrupt or compromise election infrastructure. Appearing on CBS's face the nation, U.S. cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency director Jen easterly pointed to quote rampant disinformation and threats of harassment, intimidation, and violence against election officials polling places and voters, she went on to say that has to stop. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg

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"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:13 min | Last month

"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And citizens are among those killed during Saturday's Halloween disaster in Seoul. The U.S. embassy confirmed the death but did not provide any additional details over 150 people were killed in a crush when crowds of people jammed the narrow streets of the city's popular ite Juan nightlife district. Most of those killed were in their teens and 20s, South Korea's declared a weeklong period of national mourning following the tragedy. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says her family is heartbroken and traumatized after Friday's attack on her husband, Paul Pelosi. The California Democrat addressed the violent assault in a letter to all members of Congress on Saturday. In it, she thanked first responders for the lifesaving medical care provided to her husband. Paul Pelosi sandwich surgery for a skull fracture suffered during the assault. San Francisco police say David de pappy faces multiple charges in connection to the break in an attack, including attempted homicide. Barack Obama spoke to voters in Milwaukee on Saturday with the midterms just days away, the former president said he's noticed an increase in political violence in a breakdown in civility amongst many Republicans. He cited Friday's attack on Pelosi's husband, Paul. Making wild, crazy allegations about them. That creates a dangerous climate. He called on politicians to explicitly reject violent extremism. Obama said he understands why people may want to tune out politics, but stress that it's more important than ever to vote in the upcoming election. The last living person believed to be born to an enslaved parent in the U.S. has died. Daniel Smith senior passed away at the age of 98 earlier this month. His father, Abram Smith, was a young child enslaved in Virginia in the Thirteenth Amendment was ratified. He was 70 when Daniel was born in 1932. Daniel's nephew said his uncle's recent passing was acknowledgment that this horrible piece of American history wasn't that long ago. Smith was laid to rest in the district. I'm Tammy trejo. The former head of New York City transit has become a victim of the recent random violence that has rocked that city. Jennifer Paul Sony reports. Sarah feinberg was reportedly punched in the head by a stranger back on October 20th as she waited to cross the street at 6th avenue in west 21st street, the unknown man fled, leaving feinberg with minor injuries, she refused medical attention, it all follows a number of random attacks across the city in just a general violence, including that on the subways were two men had to be hospitalized after getting into a knife fight at the Times Square subway station. Jennifer Paul Sony reporting. Video footage of Tiger Woods 2017 arrest is being used in a pro death penalty political ad. Jim Forbes has the latest. Chris kobach, the Republican nominee for Kansas attorney general, is using the pro golfer's DUI arrest footage in an ad taking shots at his opponent's views on capital punishment. Was arrested spliced with images of two convicted murderers currently on death row Kobe spokesman told reporters the ad agency was to blame for the air and a new version of the ad was made to replace it. I'm Jim Forbes. Ned Stark Kyrie Irving is denying claims he's anti semitic after posting an offensive tweet Irving faced backlash on Thursday when he shared a link to a documentary that's been harshly criticized for its anti semitic messages. Did I do anything illegal? Did I hurt anybody to harm anybody? Am I going out and saying that I hate one specific group of people? Irving had a testy exchange with the media following Saturday night's loss to Indiana, nets owner, Joe sy, has condemned Irving's remarks, saying he's disappointed that Kyrie appears to support a film based on a book full of anti semitic disinformation, Irving, however, says he's not anti semitic and he embraces all walks of life. $1 billion. That's how much money will be on the line in Monday night's Powerball drawing after there was no grand prize winner on Saturday night. The cash option on that works out to be just north of 497 million. I'm Tammy trejo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Early voting continues in New York and New Jersey today, and they're voting in Brazil today, Brazilians vote in a presidential runoff election between former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. And incumbent jair Bolsonaro. It's a busy week ahead with a Federal Reserve rate decision and the October jobs report Bloomberg's kiran Moscow has more. The Federal Reserve is expected to raise rates by 75 basis points on Wednesday for the fourth straight meeting. It's an effort to cool the hottest inflation in four decades. The Bank of England had reserved bank of Australia also have policy decisions in the coming week. The U.S. labor market is in focus on Friday, employers are expected to have added about 200,000 jobs in October. It's another big week for earnings with Moderna, Pfizer, and CVS Health among those reporting. Healthy labor markets are defying central bankers efforts to calm down inflation and economists are predicting that a recession may be just around the corner. The strong job market is good for workers, but it is bad for inflation, signaling to the world's central banks, which are raising interest rates at the most aggressive pace in decades that they can't ease up. As borough and costs surge and growth slows down unemployment rates are not rising. Instead, companies across developed economies are complaining of chronic workers shortages. NBA player Kyrie Irving is denying claims he's anti semitic after an offensive tweet. The Brooklyn Nets player faced a backlash when he shared a link to a documentary that's been harshly criticized for its anti semitic messages. Both the basketball team and its owner have released statements condemning Irving's statements and said the Brooklyn Nets have no tolerance for the promotion of any form of hate speech, Irving, whoever says he's not anti semitic and said he embraces all walks of life. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is masters in business with Barry red holtz on Bloomberg radio. I'm Mary Ritz, you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio.

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"ned stark" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

04:55 min | Last month

"ned stark" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"Okay, well, speaking of our costumes, myself, daemon Targaryen, and my blood worm. I call you that because I can't remember corrects. Yes, okay. Let's go by wormy. House of the dragon has now completed its run. Sam and Tina and I have watched it Justin is not yet. So no spoilers, but I just want to say the show was fantastic, and I was a skeptical as anyone going into it. Yeah, well, nobody seemed to care about Game of Thrones anymore by the time that show was starting. We're like, why do we need this? And then by the end of it, we're like, oh, I see why we need this. Yeah, it's fantastic. It's like a much smaller scale than Game of Thrones. What we're biting. What's up? A lot more biting. Yeah, there's more biting. They really turned up the biting, but the first couple episodes weren't bad, but I was like, you know, this seems okay. But you weren't invested in the characters yet. Be like, there's so many great characters, and I got invested in all of them. King viserys, a very different type of king for Game of Thrones, him and all the different members of the family that are I think like everybody does something horrible in this show. And I think in the previous one, people make mistakes, but don't do horrible things. Like, I don't think Ned Stark ever did anything horrible. He always did kind of like good stuff, right? What did you do that was horrible? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's in context of the universe. It's okay, but in the opening episode, he'd be heads that guy. Who's trying to come to learn them? Yeah. But isn't that his job? That's what Jesse's saying with the context of. Did he dessert? I don't think that enjoyed it. Some of the characters would have enjoyed it. Maybe. Yeah. But it is one of those friends. He didn't do anything morally wrong in accordance to his justice at the context of the world and Sam as you're saying like his job, but it's one of those frustrating moments and that has a lot of those where it's like, man, if you just made a little bit of a different situation, things would have gone differently. You're not really understanding the rest of the context of the world. But yeah, I think the fact that Game of Thrones, the main series, ended the way that it did. Gave a lot of people reduced expectations for this show. And I think that's part of the reason why it's been such a delightful surprise too. Yeah. I give it two big thumbs up, Sam, you agree. Oh, a 100%. And I really, really want to, I just wish there was a contracted period of time before the next season. I mean, apparently it's going to be. Don't forget everything. But apparently the next season is like two years away. Oh boy. Oh boy. Yeah. How do you know how do you feel about the time jumps? I love the season, but I almost wish they could have made the time jumps in between seasons, but then you know, we wouldn't have gotten to the good stuff in the back half of the season. So I don't know. Maybe something like that style. I usually like the flashbacks though, 'cause then you get to have the actors with you a little bit longer. I think the younger generation actors did a really incredible job. So in a way, it was really sad to see them off. But at the same time, it was good for establishing the character arcs too. It was a good visual reinforcement of that. Like Allison, myself. Have gone through lots of different transitions where it's like, oh, she seems like she's good, and she's loyal, and she has this genuine connection. And okay, maybe these are just her insecurities coming at play. And her father's kind of manipulating her. Oh, no, wait, maybe she's actually a horrible person. Now we're coming back around. So I think that's interesting. Damon goes through his character arcs, cracks used to, you know, dragons have personalities as well. Although apparently correct, he's just getting abandoned by the end of that, and we don't know. I don't know if that's a story. A lot more dragons than this. Well, let me just say this. Yes. Not about correct sees that one of the characters that you follow these characters as they grow up as we're all talking about. One of them grows up and gets really old and turns into the coolest looking CG effects character ever. It's good. It's really good. It's good. Do they turn into a dragon? No spoilers, Justin. Justin, do you plan to watch it? I recommend you do. Yeah. I am just not subscribed to HBO right now. And so I was just telling you before we recorded. I think there's like three shows now, like I want to watch our flag means death and Harley Quinn and now Game of Thrones. And so that's enough where all right, let's go. Let's sign back up for HBO. I think if you can stick through, I really like all of our flags means death, but it loses people, I don't know, a couple episodes in, but it sticks the landing and a really fun way and unexpected way. I can't wait to hear what you think. Well, speaking of that, I've finally gotten around to watching the latest season of What We Do in the Shadows. Oh, it's so good. I'm laughing out loud every episode. It's great. Yeah. And it's a total bounce back from I think last season was a little bit of a disappointment in this one. It's so excellent. Yeah, I was skeptical that they could keep it going into a four season, but they managed to pull it off. That's been very good. Yep.

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"ned stark" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:57 min | Last month

"ned stark" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Already folks, we're here to recap season one of Game of Thrones house of the dragon. This video is sponsored by established titles because you have to establish your title. Okay, so let's talk about Game of Thrones house of the dragon. Enjoyable. First of all, let's get to the obvious. Yes, it's filled with pornography. It's Game of Thrones. It's on HBO, HBO has a moral obligation apparently they believe to show tits and ass, and so they just do that a lot. It actually is almost wholly relegated to like two episodes. There's a lot of bloody childbirth. I don't know why the writers were super into bloody childbirth, but there's like 5 of them during the season. So that was weird. The upside of the show is that it's all political manipulation. So that's stuff that's fun to watch. You're watching all of these characters vie overpower. That was always the best part of the original Game of Thrones. The touch of magic in the original Game of Thrones was I thought the weakest part of the show. Everything that was going on with the white walkers in the north was the least interesting part of the show. The dragons were there, but they weren't really a major topic except for Daenerys having one, Melisandre was there, but she actually had very little impact on the show itself. The part that was always really interesting was the battle between the houses because it was essentially the war of the roses. So here in the show, it really just depends with a lot of the magic. And it's just internation warfare in the house. Well, I'm really into that. I like political dramas in which it's essentially a closed box. A lot of people are complaining the show's claustrophobic. It doesn't have the same sort of scope as the original Game of Thrones. And all that's true, but it doesn't bother me too much. The biggest problem that I have with the show is the wild character inconsistencies. So to me, a lot of this is rooted in the decision to essentially split the season in half and then recast the season. So they start the story too early. And the reality is that they really should start this story when everybody is an adult because the gap between the characters and how they are from the beginning of the season to the end of the season is pretty wild. Rhaenyra at the beginning of the season is not who are near it is the end of the season. Allison, at the beginning of the season, is not who Alison is, at the end of the season, Damon, at the beginning of the season, is not who daemon is at the end of the season. And if you are going to put these chess pieces on the board and then move them around and conflict with one another and develop some sort of interest in the characters over the long term, they have to have a consistent character. And I suppose you can make the argument that because the show takes place over a long period of time and people change and all of this that that's not inaccurate about human nature, but that is a problem in the show. And you watch the original Game of Thrones, Joffrey is Joffrey. There's no point at which Joffrey was a generous young man who turned into the world's worst human being. He was just bad. Ned Stark was always virtue laden, but thick. Their characters were who they were. Rob was always brave bold young prince who's naive about the world. You could name who they were in sort of one sentence. The big problem with House of the dragon is that except for viserys, who's pretty consistent and played by patty Constantine who actually gives the best performance in the show. Everybody else is all over the place. So let's start with Damon Targaryen. And so Matt Smith is magnetic on screen. He's terrific in the show. Also, Damon Targaryen's character makes no sense. So he starts off, he's happy that viserys has a boy who dies and that his wife dies because it presumably makes me heir to the throne. He wants the power. It's the thing that he wants the most of all. He wants that. He goes and he fights a war. Specifically, in order to gain the power. And then when he comes back, he doesn't challenge his brother in any way. He sort of bends the knee to his brother. So he has this love hate relationship with his brother, but he wants to be king, but he doesn't want to be king, but he wants to have the power, but he doesn't want to have the power and him sort of bending the knee to his niece is particularly weird because he's way older than she is. And he thinks of himself as a warfighter, whereas rhaenyra demonstrates very few qualities up until she becomes queen that actually make her worthy of being queen other than she's the daughter of her father. In fact, she's wildly unlikeable. Young rhaenyra is a hormonal teenager who refuses to abide by the duties of her job. The service keeps saying, like, there's what you want to do, and there's what you need to do. And these are not the same thing. And she's like, well, I want to do what I want to do. And this means I'm going to go with my uncle to a brothel, and get felt up by him. And it means that I'm going to have sex with my night scar, dude. This is not the behavior that you'd want from your queen. Like, if you're going to name all the characteristics you want in a ruler, she embodied virtually none of them. And then by the end of the show, just stick with her near for a second. By the end of the show, suddenly raniera is really good at queening. The Crown and despite the fact that she has dramatically undermined her own credibility, she's amazing at it, right? So she marries her husband valerian, who is gay, and then she has a bunch of kids, not just like one kid with a white dude named strong. She has like three kids with that dude. This is one of the problems, by the way, with casting the valyrians as black, is it destroys all semblance of plausible deniability for an era, right? There's no way she can claim. Well, you know, it really is legit. Like everyone can see the kid's not legit. Everybody can see that the kid is a strong. What do you think everyone around you is unbelievably stupid? Like the arrogance that it would take to sire a child of the color that is not your husband's and then claim them as legitimate air is really astonishing, right? It puts viserys in a really bad position. So we're near it is constantly making. Bad decision after bad decision. Up until the point she becomes queen. And then she becomes queen and suddenly she's amazing at this. Suddenly she's actually thinking seriously about how do I hold the realm together. She takes her duty incredibly seriously. There have been very few indicators that this is who raniera is the entire show. So that gap in time is really a problem. If you saw the transition over a small gap in time, or maybe her father's death changes her. Maybe they start the season when she's an adult, and she is irresponsible. She married her uncle, by the way, they make some moves in the show deliberately in order to make when you're not totally unlikeable that are not in the book. So for example, her husband gets dispatched with alacrity, my understanding is in the book. And this one, they sort of exile him with his gay lover, which 100% would not happen in an ancient kingdom. I'm sorry, not a real thing. And also, why would Damon go along with that? Damn is one of those brutal characters in the show and he's like, no, we must allow this gay couple to escape to another very, very weird movie. Well, folks will get to more on Game of Thrones house of the dragon in just one moment. Everyone in that show is having a lot of problems getting the respect and title they deserve. 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"ned stark" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

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"ned stark" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"It has to be the same way. It's a metaphor for the entire show, and I love it more and more every time I watch it. Least favorite scene has to be that scene with that Brad's activists again. What about you? Oh, goodness. I think one of I don't really have like an absolute favorite scene. But I have like a bunch of little scenes that I don't know that are like my favorite. So like one of my favorite scenes in the show is it's sort of like a funny moment, but when you really look at it, it's kind of sad. And that scene where best basically she just strips down completely naked. She goes and she gets like a heating rod from the barn and she puts it in the trough and she just in the trough and Jamie comes over to her and is like, what are you doing? You can't do this today. Like we have other things that we have to do, like blah, blah, blah, all this stuff. And she's like, do you know what day it is? And it's later revealed that it's the day that her mom died. And we later see like sort of the repercussions of that and how it really affected her and sort of like what kind of person her mother was to her. And it's just a scene that's like really resonated with me a lot. Just because I do identify with that character so much. And so that's probably like one of my favorite scenes in the show. It's a very early scene in the show. But it's a little bit funny when you very first see it. But once you've really sort of understand the context of it, it's a little bit deeper and a lot more harsh, I think. And probably my least favorite. Well, one of my least favorite scenes in the show. I don't know. I can't really think of anything off the top of my head. But anything with that lunatic, I forget what his name is now. Oh my gosh, the guy from California. Yeah. Coming in anything with him in it is just like, it just makes me want to hurl something at the television. Yeah. What is she talking about? I know exactly who you're talking about. I can not for the life of me think of his name, but he's like, he's this guy from California, and he comes in and he thinks he's like this big shot guy. He's going to come in and he's just going to tell all these people how it's going to go and what's going to happen and what they're going to do and they're all just going to bow down to him and just to look that they give him just so funny sometimes. But he's also probably one of my least favorite characters just because and I don't think that we're supposed to like him in the show. Yeah, I don't think that he's meant to be a character that we're supposed to root for. He's one of the ones who doesn't have a lot of I can't see really many qualities with him. And I think that's a definitely on purpose. Oh yeah, absolutely. I will say though that as far as like the characters are concerned, I do think that Casey is probably. The one that would be like, so best I would say is chaotic neutral. Like as far as you were going to classify the characters, like I would say Beth is like, chaotic neutral. I would say that like Casey is more on the chaotic good side. Yeah. Like maybe one of the only ones that you could really put in that category without you know what I'm saying? Yes, yes, sorry for interacting you. He is the closest thing to a protagonist that we have in the show in a show that we're not really supposed to have a protagonist. He's the closest to like a Ned Stark type character that we really have. Yeah, I think so too. Well, thank you so much for coming and talking to me about this. Oh my gosh, I'm gonna have to get you back on to talk about all things agriculture and vets and animals of all the stuff. But tell everybody one last time where they can find you. Okay, you can find me on Twitter at western underscore sounds at Instagram at the same name. Facebook at western sounds podcast and you can find our podcast western sounds anywhere where pods are cast. Thank you so much for having me on, have a go. Oh, thank you so much for coming. I hope you had as much fun as I did. I had a ton of fun. I love talking about y'all. Oh yay. Well, thank you guys so much for listening. I really appreciate it. You can check me out on Twitter at NP word a podcast. You can find me on TikTok and Instagram the main underscore weirdo one. You can also check me out on manifesto podcast dot com. If you liked what we said, if you didn't like what we said, if you have your own thoughts and feelings about the show or you just want to send a listener email, you can send that to manic to Subaru proton well dot com. Thank you guys once again so much for listening. I really, really do appreciate it. And thank you, Casey for so much for coming on. I really enjoy talking to you. And I really hope that you had a good time. I had a great time. Thank you again. Absolutely. We'll definitely have to get you back on. As always, guys, be kind and stay weird. Have a good one.

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"ned stark" Discussed on The Slowdown

The Slowdown

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on The Slowdown

"I have a love of those small words we take for granted every day. I once wanted to call a whole book with. Wi, TH, just with. But then when I said the word over and over, it lost its meaning, and I couldn't even remember how to spell it. With. With. With, even if I do it right now, I might lose the threat of this episode and the threat of language altogether. Once, too, I wanted to call a book as if, which might be a good title, but again, once I set it out loud, I could only see it as a part of language and not language itself. Still, you see what I mean about loving these little parts of language that gets sucked up and swallowed by the bully nouns and those hardworking verbs and all those abundant adjectives and adverbs decorating our walls. But all words are a wonder, aren't they? Even the word but I love how it turns a sentence or a line into something entirely different. We are on the road in the car together, and then someone says, but, and there we go, veering off in a whole new direction. My husband has an ex-girlfriend who said, you know, I don't think you can say, I love you, but. And I'm grateful to that ex-girlfriend. As Ned Stark once said, everything before, but is a lie. And then there is my favorite conjunction in all of the English language. And if I could start every sentence with and I would. In improv acting class, there's the rule of yes and which means you're always adding to the scene that's in progress always forwarding the momentum. Yes, and is also about not saying no. Yes, I was in an improv group in college, and we were called the 5 30 fish sticks, and I was the only girl, and we went on stage at the drama school at 1130 p.m. on Saturday nights. But I digress. Back to and. And is a word that I'm fond of for more reasons than just its engine of continuation. Yes, and is so much better than, yes, but, for example, I love its abundance, and is generous. It's ongoing. I'd like eggs and we'd like pancakes for the table. Pancakes for the table is a game changer, by the way. Something I think we can all learn to appreciate, come brunch time. And today's poem is about the word and. And not how it works in a sentence, but how it functions inside words themselves. If you listen carefully, you can hear the word throughout the larger words. I love how this poem celebrates the word. And the music of language. And, by Nicole, Seeley. Withstand, pandemonium, and scandalous, nightstands, commanding candlelight. And quicksand, and zinfandel, clandestine, landmines, candy, handfuls, and contraband, and handmade. Commandments, and merchandise. Second hand husbands, philandering and landless, and vandal, bandwagons, slandered and branded, handwritten reprimands. And meander. On an island, landscaped with chandeliers, abandon, handcuffs, standstills, and backhands, notwithstanding thousands of oleanders and dandelions handpicked, and sandalwood, and mandrake, and random demands the bystander wanders. It Wonderland..

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"ned stark" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:18 min | 2 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Hey roger, I'm Robert, a Manchester City supporter out of Kansas City. Our OSC site is the press penny and Waldo. Come on out. My question is, at the rate, Chelsea go through managers. Is this more of a loan and an 18 months Brighton can just have them back? Thanks. Have a great day. Robert. Oh, Kansas City. Oklahoma Joe's had loved me some of those right now. Enter Graham Potter. And the first question is, why would he take this job? Has he not watched season one of Game of Thrones? Does he not know what happened to Ned stark? I mean, what a cautionary tale. That was, you do a provincial job in a dedicated, meaningful fashion should never take a leap to become the king's and never do it. It can only end in one way with your neck on the chopping block and Chelsea is King's Landing for Graham Potter, but why would he do it? I can think of at least one $40 million a year reason for him to step up and take the Chelsea roll, but Miguel Delaney wrote a piece that had encouraged you to find out we tweeted it out. It was in this morning's newsletter. He wrote about the plan for Chelsea going forward and there is a blueprint. They want to walk a different path than other big clubs who and if this is top bull these ideas, this is not wrong. Who simply reheat the same old big managers in Mourinho's Carlo Ancelotti's your pochettino's and build these aims to do something different. It's the partner Potter who both is a human being and as a football tactician is incredibly progressive. Going to partner in with a brilliant quote hopefully. Director of football who Potter himself will help choose the dynamic duo, they'll create a long-term strategy for a bold plan full innovative future for Chelsea football club, and will it work? Who knows? Look, there's so much to admire about Potter. He is a brilliant man, a tactician. A personnel motivator. Above all these shins a deeply empathetic leader and his rise from oster sons in Sweden, where is that? It's nowhere to the Pinnacle of English football has been truly earned through grind through innovation and a willingness to embrace different ideas and to stand there. In England where they do not take difference easily or lightly and be reasonably different because their own gent and there's always an unknown in any move like this, can a regional bank manager produce unprecedented growth in the fourth quarter in a backwater branch. Make that leap to CEO can agendas work with self motivated, hungry young footballers who is given the opportunity to lead ego driven superstars who can't remember how many lambos they even own. And also balance the Premier League load with a side order of Champions League, can a gent who's used to love and patience, succeed at that Shark Tank, that trigger happy Shark Tank that is Stamford Bridge. Where anything other than victory is defeat. And does Burley have any idea of what he's doing at all? Let's remember in every regard football has a habit of making a fool out of all of us. Let's wait and see. Next question. Hey, Raj. Familyman right in hove, I'll be in fan calling from a town in the French Alps. Originally from St. Paul Minnesota. I began supporting my beloved Siegel during the Chris hughton years of championship, covertly watching matches on my laptop and law school. Over the years, I've experienced the joy of promotion, the butt clenching high wire act of rail allegation. And the clubs are record top flight 9th place finish last year. Two weeks ago, I took my parents to the AmEx to see the clinical strangulation of the American badger complete with a full water bottle spike from Jesse marsh. And finally convinced my 67 year old father to support Brighton and not my brother's side arsenal. I had just begun to dream of a way days in Prague and Copenhagen. I bet your arm offer Albania. Now, with today's news that our one true talisman genius tactician and man manager Graham Potter is likely heading to the supreme mess that is Chelsea. I find myself horribly deflated during prematurely the loss of something that I never actually had I'm sure there's a German word for that. On the one hand, I didn't fall in love with Brighton because I had dreams of success. On the other, don't we, eagles fans, old and new with club was on the brink of oblivion, less than 25 years ago, deserve a brief thorough ride more than Chelsea. My question is this. In this arrow of hedge fund managers and petrol state owners should supporters of clubs like Brighton ever allow themselves to dream or are we doing ourselves? Because when it does somehow start to exceed your wildest hopes, you simply place the target on your back and hasten your own demise. Courage. I could certainly use them right now. Sam, you beautiful human being. I ate for you. I eat for all Brighton fans. I mean, who is talking about the brain funds right now? You have soared so high. You have touched the clouds. And then you've had your wings stolen from you, even before they could melt in the sun. That is bloody cruel and football is cruel. It's sick. Modern football. You know, I was thinking about Leicester City yesterday and their champion season and the joy that that brought to fans all over the world and rather it brought you everywhere, apart from the boardrooms of the big 6 where they must have had conference calls to discuss how they can make sure that kind of fun. That kind of dream, that kind of possibility could never happen again in certain evil laughter there. No fun league. And the funny thing is, there is a food chain. So Sam, whomever you take, whoever your next manager comes on, the team you prize in from is going to feel the same pain as you do, but be even less heard from. So spare a thought for poor bodo glimp fans, if you will, because amongst the names favored, yet Andre postage lugus of Celtic. You Thomas Frank's your potch is your Bros is jetty knutson, the 53 year old manager of Rory Smith European night's favorite Norwegian side near the attic circle, bodo glint, and nonsense is an innovator, a genius, a pathfinder very much like Graham Potter and whatever he does near the Arctic circle. Can it work in the English Premier League? Who knows? But the bright and brain trust is smart and data driven and strategic and I do believe Sam is going to be happy days for you to come up the seagulls. Let's have a blast of your song. Sussex by the sea.

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"ned stark" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Decaffeinated Ned Stark. Yeah, God, he's just like a diet Ned Stark. His daughter Allison, who's played by Olivia Cooke. Has been in some good stuff. As raniere is good friend and confidant and possibly more, I got a little bit of vibe that they were more. But I don't know. I could be wrong. I don't think so. I think Allison is going to play a part in some stuff. Yeah. But I don't think she's an extra piece. So that was actually the key of D major from Taylor movie. What's the next line? That's all I got. I want to hear you guys thoughts. So yeah, we will start with treby trav. All right. So I was not expecting much out of this. Game of Thrones built me up for several seasons. And in the last one, just dashed everything. It was much like lost. There were only two seasons of shows that I have loved. And poured my heart into that have absolutely dashed my hopes. Those two are lost and Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones did. You have no. If you have a great show and then you get tired halfway through as a creator of that show. If these two shows can teach you anything, it is to stick the fucking landing. Lost and Game of Thrones, like they had so much potential. So when I saw that this was coming out, I was like, well, I don't give a good goddamn. HBO tried to make a movie on the long night, which was this time, the white walkers came. And there is not much written at all about that time. So you don't know hardly anything about that. This time period, you can look at one, I watched a 12 minute YouTube video, I know the entire story. I know who gets with who, who dies when, who dies where I watch that, I feel like now I've seen the entire show. I mean, I'll still watch it because this first episode on its own was great. It gave a little bit of The Lord of the Rings like history to get you try to get you caught up. I didn't quite catch it all the first time. But they yada yada along the way. Matt Smith, I've loved since Doctor Who. He's fucking phenomenal actor. I loved him as Damon Targaryen.

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"ned stark" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Cinemavino

"He has a daughter. The daughter, okay, so that was his daughter. I thought she was another cousin. Never mind. The house, I guess it could be both. But yeah, so basically he has a younger brother named Damon, played a Matt Smith who people recognize from Doctor Who and a bunch of other stuff. Yeah, The Crown, The Crown. Charles. Season one. He plays Philip. I'm sorry, Philip. Yeah. Season one? Yeah. He's the first Philip. Than the young fellow. He also played a version of Skynet in terminator terminator genesis with Daenerys Targaryen. Clark, interesting. Yeah. But she's on my list. Matt Smith? On a different list. The way I remember it is the three dragons in Game of Thrones, the first was named after drogo, was drogon. Second one was ray gone after Rhaegar after Rhaegar. And ray Nero kind of the same. And then viserys was her brother and viceroy is the one that was turned into a zombie dragon. Oh, there you go. There you go. Viserys or names for the Targaryens are fucking awful. I know all agree on. It's just awful. I think I even said I was like, and I know it's out there, but it's like, I need a fucking Targaryen tree. Here's the thing. Every time I think I know a name, I'm like, wait, wait, who the fuck was that? So I'll say this. Do not look up a Targaryen. No, no, I did. And everyone did, and I turned my head. They bang each other. And I don't care what they are spoilers in the family tree that are going to ruin the show for you. Oh, I know. Yeah. We know exactly what Pornhub selection that Targaryens go through. Well, they're all like about that taboo that sister and the laundry. Hey, you go to king. It's nothing but washing machines. In front of you, man, because you've done. Yeah, he's flashing it. But as taught to say though, it's like it kind of goes back to the Obi-Wan. It's like when you go into a prequel, it's like the spoilers are out there. You know what's going to fucking happen? I Googled and I was like, man, what the fuck in Targaryen tree? And everyone's like, when do we get to the mad king? I'm like, oh. I see. Oh, it's not for a hundred. But I was like, how we got there? I'm like, oh, oh, I get it now. So not that the series has spoiled because the series was already sport. He wrote the fucking book about it, but it was like, but I was like, oh, okay. I'm still gonna watch the shit out of it though. Also, you have auto Hightower, who's the hand of the king, and is a bitter enemy of the serious brother Damon. He's kind of just the wet blanket. He is. He's not a Ned Stark. He's not like someone who's like, so righteous that he's just always in the right.

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"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Schwartzman next. So Sergio Garcia does want to play in Europe, I understand. Yeah, this is kind of interesting because a week ago he said he would leave the European tour or other, you know, otherwise known as the DP world tour because he didn't feel the love anymore in Europe while the 2017 masters winner has now reversed course and says he does want to play in Europe Garcia would have been ineligible to play the rider cup if he had a fishy resign from that DP world tour and he of course is one of the first golfers to leave the PGA Tour and join the Liv golf series. One of Hong Kong's most iconic sporting events the Hong Kong rugby 7s, which has been suspended the last two years due to COVID is on the verge of making a decision whether the event will occur this coming November or not, as organizers await word from the government, whether they will allow the event to proceed. Fiji has dominated as of late. They've won 7 of the last 8 tournaments played. Major League Baseball schedule, let's see what's going on locally, heading to the bottom of the 7th inning Baltimore has opened up a home 5 to one lead over Tampa Bay top 6 Cleveland and Boston tied at one at Fenway Park. Top of the first inning Houston in Oakland are scoreless top one San Francisco's at Arizona, no score there as well, coming up in about 30 minutes first pitch Washington on the road at the Los Angeles Dodgers NBA news, three weeks after Ned Stark Kevin Durant demanded a trade out of New York the Celtics reported to have entered the sweepstakes for Durant, Jalen Brown potentially would be the centerpiece in a return package. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Juliet. Thanks so much. Coming up, we're going to talk about Nancy Pelosi's trip potential trip to Taiwan in early August. This is the trip that has already stoked more U.S. China tensions. We'll talk about that with Bloomberg's senior executive editor for Greater China, John Liu, also having a look at market action, it is a little mixed here, but we are seeing gains on the open in Hong Kong and China, the hang seng index is up

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"ned stark" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:32 min | 5 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Your next move, yo? Right. Just think two steps ahead of the game. Well, you said quote, they refused. And I think part of it is that they honestly don't have any other options, but I think the bigger part of it is that they don't want to take the options that are available to them. Well, you said it yesterday on TV. You said, I'd be answering the spin off from jail. I'd be saying why I'm not going to fight the Japan from jet. As would the rest of us. And so whether it's inherent contempt and they use this stupid jail in the basement or whatever, I just, I don't know, because as you say, well, you tweeted where were you? Me trying to work out how long they'll stall before January 6th committee refers them to Garland for contempt and how long Garland will sit on it while the midterms approach. I think joy's read study yesterday, and she said, y'all are playing a different game. Like when they if they take back power, they will do all of this. And they'll use every tool for investigations, right? The first thing they will do is close down the January 6th committee. That will make all lawsuits that marry the one that Merrick Garland started against Bannon. If he ever starts one against any of these Congress people, that will make all contempt lawsuits, moots as soon as they close the committee down, right? Then this is what this is getting to joy's real point. What the Republicans will do is that they want that some other committee as you pointed out stuff, Kevin McCarthy is the brainchild behind Benghazi. They will literally invent some other tips to investigate and they will subpoena democratic Congress people. And they will threaten democratic Congress people. And when democratic Congress people don't show up, Republicans will not have what's the word I'm looking for. The spinelessness to not go after them, even though they will be going after Democrats on completely trumped up made up charges. Well, I get that. Going and again, when I say I'll settle for chat for checkers, that's what's going to happen, all right? This is not, this does not take a crystal ball. You do not have to be miss Cleo to figure out the next three, four, 5 steps. What you have to do is figure out some way to counteract that and the Democrats are always always always are flat footed and unwilling to take to do what is necessary. I mean, we can't control what the DoJ does, right? I get that. They can make referrals, but it seems like if inherent contempt is the power we do have, why not use it? Do you know, do you understand any argument for why not? To use inherent context. Before the January 6th committee started out. No, I'm asking you to argue the other side because I honestly don't know what their argument is for why not. It's untested, and it would maybe cause Civil War. I mean, I'm trying to, it has inherent contempt. Factually, inherent concept hasn't been used for a while. So the idea that we would use it again, something we haven't used for a while is apparently scary to the people who are investigating a coup for the first time in a while, all right? So that's number one, I guess. And number two is inherent contempt is sergeant of arms goes and physically absconds with some Congress people. Right. That's a tough, that's a tough look. You know, one of the things that I said when I was arguing for inherent contempt way back in 2020, I was like, can the sergeant of arms of a Congress fight because, you know, has he in shape? There's going to be some Kung fu fighting. If you're going to actually try to put him in Nancy Pelosi's basement, right? So there's a physical I'm literally just trying to think about the other side here. There's a physicality to inherit contempt that is a real bad look on the national stage, especially when you are just when you try to overcome an attempt at physical takeover of the government. So I understand the reluctance. I understand even maybe trying it out this way first. But like the time, that time ended at least a year ago. Well, that's the thing. When you say it hasn't been used, all of this is unprecedented, what we're going through right now, the overthrow of the United States government, Congress people being involved in a coup to overthrow the United States government. But remember, it's not unprecedented in Europe. Right. Right. It's not unprecedented in the Caribbean. Countries that have lost their democracy. This is about what they look like, right? This is about what happens. Like I said on joy last night, a coup that is not punished is just practice for the next one. Yep. And so the history, the world's mystery will tell us that if we do not punish these people who tried to overthrow the government, they will just keep trying until they succeed. Right. So yes, it's unprecedented in the American context, but like let's not be the classic yabo American traveling the world as if we're the first person to discover it. Let's not Columbus world history here, okay? Like there are things that happen now that Americans could be looking towards to see what's going to happen next. Yeah. Well, do you take any solace? I feel like we're just any crumbs. I'm a woman, so any women's rights. I can get back. I'll take the crumbs, but justice was federal prosecutors have begun a grand jury investigation into whether classified White House documents that ended up at Trump's Florida home, were mishandled. I want to jump ahead and say, yes, that's miss handling them. The intensifying inquiry suggests the DoJ is examining the role of Trump and other officials in the handling of classified material. I mean, let's not even bring up Hillary. Our heads will explode, but okay. So the decision to move forward with an investigation into classified documents could draw the department even deeper into the country's political tensions. I love the way they report on this. Such investigations typically take at least a year, putting Garland on the path of potentially having to conclude it at the same time Trump is running for president again. Oh my God, Ellie, right? We couldn't prosecute him when he was president. Now he might be too close to president again. Are you kidding me? With what they did to Hillary. Who cares if that's all you got? If that's all you got, then who cares? Because mishandling classified documents while bad and certainly would be terrible if a woman did it. It's not a jail term thing. It's a fine, right? That you get if you get convicted for that as you put it years after the offense. And if that's all you got, you know, there's I remembering my Game of Thrones, right? When Ned Stark comes and he's gone, I got the will and then and Cersei just whips it up. 'cause like if all you got is a piece of paper, then that's not gonna be enough Merrick. And then the idea that Merrick Garland would be so afraid. I mean, think about what they've done to us, right? Yeah. We stopped four years with Robert Mueller, telling us what we can't prosecute because of the office. Now he's out of office. Now we've got now we spent two years with Merrick Garland saying we can't prosecute him at all. Then we're going to get to the point where America runs as well. It's too close to the election to prosecute. Like what are they think we're sacks? Do they think we can't see what's going on here? It's very frustrating. Obviously, but like the bottom line is that it's like I used to say during the mall

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"ned stark" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:26 min | 7 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Long Garland will sit on it while the midterm is approached I think joy Reid said it yesterday and she said y'all are playing a different game Like when they if they take back power they will do all of this And they'll use every tool to investigations right The first thing they will do is close down the January 6th committee That will make all lawsuits that marrying the one that Merrick Garland started against Bannon If he ever starts one against any of these Congress people that will make all contempt lawsuits moots as soon as they close the committee down right Then this is what this is getting to joy's real point What the Republicans will do was that they want that some other committee as you pointed out stuff Kevin McCarthy is the brainchild behind Benghazi They will literally invent some other tips to investigate and they will subpoena democratic Congress people And they will threaten democratic Congress people And when democratic Congress people don't show up Republicans will not have what's the word I'm looking for The spinelessness to not go after them even though they will be going after Democrats on completely trumped up made up charges Well and I get this Going and again when I say I'll settle for chat for checkers That's what's going to happen all right This is not this does not take a crystal ball You do not have to be miss Cleo to figure out the next three four 5 steps What you have to do is figure out some way to counteract that and the Democrats always always always are flat footed and unwilling to take to do what is necessary I mean we can't control what the DoJ does right I get that They can make referrals but it seems like if inherent contempt is the power we do have why not use it Do you know do you understand any argument for why not To use inherent content Before the January 6th committee started out No I'm asking you to argue the other side because I honestly don't know what their argument is for why not It's untested and it was maybe caused Civil War I mean I'm trying to it has inherent contempt and factually Inherent contempt hasn't been used for a while So the idea that we would use it again something we haven't used for a while is apparently scary to the people who are investigating a coup for the first time in a while all right So that's number one I guess And number two is inherent contempt is sergeant of arms goes and physically absconds with some Congress people That's a tough that's a tough look You know one of the things that I said when I was arguing for inherent contempt way back in 2020 I was like can the sergeant of arms of a Congress fight Because he in shape Michael there's going to be some Kung fu fighting If you're going to actually try to put him in Nancy Pelosi's basement right So there's a physical account I'm literally just trying to think about the other side here There's a physicality to inherit contempt that is a real bad look on the national stage especially when you are just trying to overcome an attempt at physical takeover of the government So I understand the reluctance I understand even maybe trying it out this way first but like the time that time ended at least a year ago Well that's the thing When you say that it hasn't been used all of this is unprecedented what we're going through right now the overthrow of the United States government Congress people being involved in a coup to overthrow the United States government But remember Steph it's not unprecedented in Europe Right Right It's not unprecedented in the Caribbean Countries that have lost their democracy This is about what they look like right This is a bout what happens you gotta like I said on joy last night a coup that is not punished is just practice for the next one Yep And so the history of the world mystery will tell us that if we do not punish these people who tried to overthrow the government they will just keep trying until they succeed Right So yes it's unprecedented in the American context but like let's not be the classic yabo American traveling the world as if we're the first person to discover it Let's not Columbus world history here okay Like there are things that happen now that Americans could be looking towards to see what's going to happen next Yeah Well do you take any solace I feel like we're just any crumbs I'm a woman So any women's rights I can get back I'll take the crumbs but justice wise federal prosecutors have begun a grand jury investigation into whether classified White House documents that ended up at Trump's Florida home or mishandled I'm going to jump ahead and say yes that's mishandling them The intensifying inquiry suggests the DoJ is examining the role of Trump and other officials in the handling of classified material I mean let's not even bring up Hillary Our heads will explode but okay so the decision to move forward with an investigation into classified documents could draw the department even deeper into the country's political tensions I love the way they report on this Such investigations typically take at least a year putting Garland on the path of potentially having to conclude it at the same time Trump is running for president again My God Ellie right We couldn't prosecute him when he was president Now we might be too close to president again Are you kidding me with what they did to Hillary Who cares if that's all you got If that's all you got then who cares Because mishandling classified documents while bad and certainly would be terrible if a woman did it It's not a jail term thing It's a fine That you get if you get convicted for that as you put it years after the offense And if that's all you got you know there's I'm remembering my Game of Thrones right When Ned Stark comes and he's gone I got the will and Cersei just whips it up 'cause like if all you got is a piece of paper then that's not gonna be enough Merrick And then the idea that Merrick Garland would be so afraid I mean think about what they've done to us right Yeah Four years with Robert Mueller telling us what we can't prosecute because of the office Now he's out.

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"ned stark" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"And it's tough to see man united, getting that fourth position right now. And I know that's recently biased just based on what I've seen in the last few games. But if this doesn't get better for man united, you know, as bad as it's been for them at certain points this season with, you know, you know, the OGS fiasco at the end and desperately trying to hang onto him. It could get way worse for them. Yeah, you know, one thing I do love about double art is that he clearly practices radical honesty after the game. He said, we failed, quote, individually, and collectively, we showed similar problems at the team had three or four weeks ago before I arrived no papering over the cracks there, Dave, you get a 100% cracks with double R man sounds like he's been made to take over theranos and here's the worry. Reckon it doesn't look like a man who is in control. It looks more like the united Game of Thrones behind the scenes is already done him in like some kind of German Ned Stark in King's Landing watching his team just barely create a chance against Newcastle the worst defense in the Premier League in Maguire, a weeping wound rashford. Just bereft Sancho struggling Bruno for large spells looking Audrey Renaldo spending more time working the refs than his opponents, problems all over that field. I asked yesterday what has Ralph ragnit brought to united that all they hadn't other than the literation. And the only answer that made any sense came on masks at raccoons G one of those who said Chris almost. But you know the even more worrying thing rod is this is a man with a long-term contract. To go upstairs and be in charge of the next manager. Yes, I mean. Which manager wants to come to this club? If Ralph Ragnar is broken at the end of the season, you know, in charge, but not qualified for, you know, maybe not even the Europa League who comes in to go and manage this team under agne. It's just a bit of a mess. The answer again, Chris all of us. Oh my God, I love it. That.

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"ned stark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"ned stark" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Your over brave man's game. I just makes me even more excited for the condo star no this is Chase. That's going to be a cracking race. Because you know brave lens game is going to be favorite. Yeah, until all that northern money starts coming in from and then. That Ned Stark money starts to start rolling in. Not all. Links. Links start getting stuck in. Far out delay. So I'm a massive vanilli fan and thought he was absolutely brilliant in the potential race. And his down royal form has already been franked in the dream more last week. And of course, he's won his second start of offenses. Antarctic lane is the horse who beat vanilli limerick last year. And he got into the winters and closure for Gordon, as part of his 7. Beating blue Sari. So he looks like a chaser. Most of the gigant horses, that's exactly what they're built for everything and again, they have a juvenile hurdler in their midst, but it looks as though chasing is going to be the name of the game with him. He's beaten blue sorry. And in the end, did he do it comfortably enough for you? Yeah. Look closer. I really fancy him for I think a fancy name for the champion bumper a couple of years ago. He run really well and I think did he finish second in the champion bumper blue serum? Didn't he nearly beat envoy? Nearly London, didn't he? Is it yeah? So yeah, look, obviously garden had a great day. He couldn't do anything wrong. Don't know whether he. Spoke to any cheltenham prices or what, but look, it looked like it was only doing enough on me. He was just pretty serious in front and obviously blue Sari was at the switch and he was nearly getting there. But he was all well and I always liked blue sorry, so I think probably it was a good performance without being anything or excited about. It's important to point Gordon is adamant he needs not just soft. He needs it heavy. Yeah, that's the thing yet. It's like all this farm has been on heavy ground in this. Yeah. So he's mentioned limerick, which is the chase getting another mention. By the way, a big problem is that when the ballet, the potential race, the one of the. Massive, I've heard of the a from the point to point circuit. And I remember being told he was a stone cold, solid moral for limerick. And even though he was beaten, I remember thinking that horses are going to win a nice race. I didn't expect him to bolt up in the potato race, but I'll hold my hands up and say, yeah, it was on him. It was fantastic. Amazing stuff. But it's a horse that's been won by some good horses over the years. Black Hercules, ha ha ha, yeah, I know Patrick completely screwed me over that year. Jesus Christ. Owners of the new don't know oh crap. For those who don't know, Patrick insisted that I not say what the race was. He would tell me, but I had to bleep it out, which I did. So I kept my word. He said that he'd been told by Graham Wally. He was his right in the former. Then, yes, when he won over a shorter trip by panicked and backed him for the RSA. And, of course, he ends up rocking up on the jlt. So I had to I'd say I might have got my steak back by backing him at the jlt. But I was definitely operating at a loss. But not Patrick's fault. You place your you place your you put your own money down and you're responsible for your own money. Yeah, the only person who's responsible for the money that you place in the bet is you yourself. Gento. So the grade two Navin is another for Gordon Elliot, Jamie cart, the aforementioned. He was well backed beforehand. He's beaten Eric bloodaxe. Trashed him by 11 links. Prior to that, he won quite comfortably only seasonally appearance. He's not even beating the once, and that was a fairy house. And from memory didn't he cast or write fuke with his bike walk in the park? 400 and something, was it? A right few quid? You gotta fucking fortune. 470,000 pounds of the queen's finest sovereigns at the and it was trained by Garner. When he won his party, wasn't he? I think he was, yeah. I think he was. So the yard former yard sponsors, northern television, who obviously are still there. In the art, they have gone and invested more. And bought more. But this does look to be because this is one of the unique things about Gordon, according to a point of moisture as well. And Jamie was on board that day. So he would have known because there have been instances where Gordon train point to pointers who then ended up with Willie. Yeah, but were owned by Michael and eddy. So they could have ended up with him. But in the country the most good gray horse of any romance..

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"ned stark" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Camera in the tequila for helping us bring these extended pod interviews to life. Roger, can we get a tour? We certainly can. I want to raise my first third part of the day to Chelsea football club. Who won the women's FA Cup yesterday with a resounding three nil win over arsenal on a day of true. Historic significance, the final marked a hundred years. Since the Football Association, the English footballing power that be banned women. Yes, band women from playing football saying the game is quote unsuitable for females who ought not to be encouraged. The women's game was only reinstated in 1970. I always find this almost impossible to believe. So yesterday's game was 50 years since the trophy was first contested and on this day Chelsea with magnificent power by Fran Kirby and the impudent Sam Kerr, a forward line known and feared as Kirby. Check out some kurz second goal legit. At high speed chef's kiss, it's on our Instagram Chelsea. Now hold the domestic treble of the FA Cup League Cup and women's Super League. It's incredible. What they're doing or both sides of the women's game and the men's game and I raise my bud fan blood fan to the growth of the women's game around the world in general, but in our country of birth in particular David to watch 40,000 pack fans watching an incredible quality of football and mark the day the game was once banned at the same time. It's an incredible reminder to take none of this for granted. One of the journalists I follow on Twitter just her delight at being on the tube heading off to Wembley and just so many kids, girls and boys wearing arsenal and Chelsea scarves going off to that game just super excited for the spectacle. Wonderful. That's the future future future. Okay, so the football man united won Crystal Palace. Nil. United kick off the Ralph ragnarok era with a scrappy win over the palace, evidence of the Germans desire to turn his team into quote pressing monsters was evident early on with united attempting to apply the clamps in the palace half despite hitting their daily step count in the first half alone. They wouldn't have anything to show for it until the 77th minute when Fred, yes, roger, Fred, unleashed a right footed stonker. Yes, we're talking Fred into the top corner united win two league games in a row for the first time since September and Hale Ralph. Not you has no crank at the wheel and so a new era dawns. How do you follow an act like Michael Carrick who retired? Invincible. After coaching Ronaldo to crack 800 goals for club and country leaving is plucky underdog united in 8th place before kick off. Double R took over tempted to bring a sense of tactical order to Manchester United, self inflicted brand first chaos. And we all tuned in to see if he can too cool a century. It's now a verb, renal de Bruno Sancho and co, this undoubted brain in a bottle. Who become a cult hero of footballer hipster circles by transferring mid level Bundesliga clubs with his vision and his terrible control. And could he do the same with a powerhouse make a walk politically complex little culture or would he end up like Ned Stark, Amanda principle? Naively being undone in King's Landing and we all know how quickly and savagely that ended. Remember, this is a man who was the only actually managed to team for two of the last ten seasons footballing director for most of that irrespective. One big picture talking point we should touch upon David before we dive into the game. This is our big picture coaching special, Premier League, which has long been seen as the most watched football league in the world of its cut and thrust and passionate football has now become the center of football's tactical coaching alphas gathering every single major couch. They used to be scattered across the Bundesliga La Liga and Syria, as well as the Premier League now. They've all been united in Avengers assemble pet Klopp to hook Conte bielsa Ralph rang yike, Dean Smith, the undoubted center of coaching. We are living in a golden age of tactics, David. It's like how on earth do I not get mentioned in that whole thing? So yeah, now it is. It's incredible. I mean, the level of coaches. I mean, go back 20 years and read the names of the coaches in the Premier League. It is unbelievable stuff. But it doesn't change the bottom line, which is the only one team can win the league only four qualified for the Champions League, another couple get into the Europa League. There is still going to be so much loss and so much heartbreak and so much turnover, and that's what I find actually more entertaining that you have these enormous cultures. You've got these enormous personalities. There's enormous success stories, and inevitably, several of them are going to come into the league, plus by God, the former players who are coming in with these huge profiles that Lampard's the gerards. And you know the majority are going to fail. And the game will ever more be about the tiniest slim margins as we will discuss in this one Rennick and fully and unchained siphon. The team that dropped arsenal three two in that helter skelter Thursday clash with Diogo dalot and tell us that fall back. But in the first half, to me, fascinated for your read, united did look like a very different team. They began by pressing closing in, charging in whenever they lost the ball, tried to win it right back with an energy and an odd that with Sancho. Really, the pick of the bunch reveling almost in a chance to start all over again. What did you say? I saw a team tried to impress their new manager, not only with their pressing, but also with their organization, how vocal they were being with each other across the whole park. Trying to play more as a cohesive unit rather than as a team of individuals. Still not really exploding. They certainly went close a few times, but they certainly looked like an improved squad. You know, we kind of remember, they'd only had the blink of an eye one session on the training ground you leader. And watching United press here, you always knew that they would be susceptible to the Zaha.

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"ned stark" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"ned stark" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Are gonna jump into ten questions on a ladder around right now. Here we go. It's latte around trivia and it's your first question number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle who played the title role on the tv. Show malcolm in the middle number one question number. Two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax number two which ban had a mid eighties hit with the song. Relax remember if you got the first one correct. One of those words will carry over into number two and so on and so forth number to question number. Three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three which wrestler was the leader of the new world order number three and number four which australian i con played mick crocodile dundee number four which australian played mick crocodile dundee question number five which late actors starred in the films takers. Eight below and into the blue which late starred in the films takers. Eight below in into the blue followed by question number. Six supernatural star. Jared paddle lucky is. Set to star in a reboot of what nine hundred ninety s action drama. Tv show number. Six supernatural star. Jared pedal lucky is set to star in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show and number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven. What horror film franchise has entries subtitled the next generation and the beginning number seven question number eight a nine hundred ninety two wasp w a s p song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight one thousand nine hundred eighty two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk number eight and number nine what was the name of the row all dahl children's book which spawned two respective versions number nine. What was the name of the wral dow children's book which spun two films with gene wilder and johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions number nine followed by our last question number. Ten tae zahn day went viral in the mid. Two thousand after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Pretend taes andre went viral and mid two thousands after the music video for which of his songs was released online. Those are all your questions in the ladder round. Every answer helped you the next answer. Hopefully you're able to figure them all out and we'll be right back to see if he did in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to the latte around today. Let's see how you did if you're able to climb the entire ladder number one who played the title role in malcolm in the middle. That was frankie. Muniz frankie muniz. He is a racer and he is an actor. Frankie muniz number two which banned had a mid eighties hit with the song relaxed. That was frankie. Goes to hollywood. So frankie was the word that carried over there never three. Which wrestler was the leader of the new world order. That was hollywood. Hulk hogan hollywood hulk hogan and number four which australian icon played. Mick crocodile dundee. That of course was paul hogan paul hogan number five which laid actor starred in the films takers eight below and into the blue paul walker r.i.p paul walker number. Six supernatural star. Jared petty is set to start in a reboot of what one thousand nine hundred action drama tv show. That's walker texas ranger walker texas ranger and number seven. What horror film franchise has entry subtitled the next generation and the beginning. That is texas chainsaw massacre and number eight of nineteen ninety-two wasp song or the alter ego of hardcore wrestling legend terry funk that was chainsaw charlie chainsaw charlie number nine. What was the name of the rile children's book which spawned two films with gene wilder. Johnny depp playing the lead role in their respective versions. That was charlie and the chocolate factory. Charlie and the chocolate factory and a pretend as on day went viral in the mid to thousands. After the music video for which of his songs was released online. That was chocolate rain making it chocolate rain. And there you have it. The ladder from luke mckay. Thank you for sending those questions

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