35 Burst results for "New York"

OpenAI's Revolutionary Chatbot 'ChatGPT'

The Breakdown

01:48 min | 1 hr ago

OpenAI's Revolutionary Chatbot 'ChatGPT'

"All right, Friends, well, I hope you had a great weekend. However, if you were on Twitter, you probably have already had an entire emotional relationship round trip with chat GPT. Chat GPT is OpenAI's latest natural language interface for its GPT large language model AI system. One of the things that makes Chad GPT different and that has caught people's attention is that it can handle not just data prompts but creative prompts. For example, when I asked write a song about the downfall of FTX in the style of Taylor Swift's anti hero, it spat back a full song, including verse one. FTX was once the hero of the crypto game, but now it seems they've lost their fame. They promise big returns an easy gains, but now they're just a symbol of financial pain. Thanks AI, thanks a lot. Anyway, I actually think the chat GPT is totally deserving of a headliner show. AI is clearly in the realm of big picture power shifts. And just to give a taste over the weekend, people were discussing it in relation to Google search and how disruptive this might be to that. In relation to creative pursuits and whether this would actually replace some amount of human creativity in the context of jobs that require basic writing and a lot of debate around programming and how this might change programming as well. In fact, stack overflow, which is one of the largest Q&A sites for programmers, had to take the step today to temporarily ban users from sharing Chad GPT generated responses. Basically, chat GPT made it too easy to find answers that looked right, but were in fact bullshit. In a statement stack overflow said, the primary problem is that while the answers which chat GPT producers have a high rate of being incorrect, they typically look like they might be good and the answers are very easy to produce. Anyways, I do think there was a real moment this weekend where a lot of folks who hadn't thought all that much about this sort of AI before saw the potential and said, holy crap.

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Jury begins deliberating in criminal tax fraud trial of 2 Trump companies

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 hrs ago

Jury begins deliberating in criminal tax fraud trial of 2 Trump companies

"Jury deliberations have carried into another day in the trial of former president Donald Trump's company. I Norman hall. Prosecutors have asked the New York jury to convict the Trump organization of criminal tax fraud, the firm is accused of helping executives Dodge personal income taxes on perks such as Manhattan apartments and luxury cars. The jury got the case Monday after hearing weeks of testimony from 7 witnesses including the company's longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg, the panel deliberated for about four hours in return to the courtroom with a question just

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‘Torso Killer’ admits killing 5 women decades ago near NYC

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 7 hrs ago

‘Torso Killer’ admits killing 5 women decades ago near NYC

"A convicted serial killer in New York has gotten another life sentence behind bars after confessing to 5 more killings on Long Island in the 60s and 70s. 76 year old Richard cottingham is considered one of the most prolific serial killers in America, already jailed for 11 homicides. This defendant has caused irreparable harm to so many people and so many families. There's almost nothing I can say to give comfort to anyone. That's our county district attorney and Donnelly on WABC TV, says cottingham has confessed in court to 5 more killings. In exchange for a conviction on just one additional count. 23 year old Diane Cusick, who was accosted and killed, after buying shoes at the green acres mall in 1968. John Moyes spent decades wondering who killed his mother. He thanks the detectives who never gave up. The sun shines brightly. Because justice has been served. I'm Jackie Quinn

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College Sex Parties and Monkeypox

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:15 min | 8 hrs ago

College Sex Parties and Monkeypox

"Terrific libs of TikTok college sex parties and monkey packs, monkeypox vaccines. Queen's college city university of New York, which was once a wonderful institution. The cuny LGBTQIA+ consortium held a sex pajama party, complete with sex supplies and a copy of sex positive you. But they offered monkey pox vaccines at the sex party. Is generally transmitted through the sexual act. Like aids was, it could also aids also was intravenous drug use and partners of those we use it. So here is the event as announced by queen's college from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. cuny students will play fun games to demonstrate the efficacy of safe sex supplies and safer sex practices. The jammy jam featuring DJ unico will follow from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m..

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How You Can Bless 1,000 Children With the Gospel & a Gift

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 8 hrs ago

How You Can Bless 1,000 Children With the Gospel & a Gift

"A thousand children could receive the gospel and a Christmas present on Christmas morning from you, the child will believe that the president is from their mother or father who's in prison. It's the prison fellowship angel tree campaign we do it every year. Well, I've put together a little trip for you. We'll fly two people to New York. Treat you to the Wednesday night, December 15th production or December 14th production rather, a funny girl starring Lea Michele. You'll also see the Radio City Music Hall Christmas spectacular starring The Rock cats and the living nativity and perhaps the best part of all, you'll have dinner with me. I'll take you out to dinner. Now, this is not inexpensive. This is not going to be a cheap ask. But for all this, the work that we're going to put into this and for the joy will bring you in getting to bless a thousand children. You know what a thousand kids are at $25 a kid. That means it's a $25,000 tax deductible donation. If you're blessed, if God has blessed you with financial security. And you are able to make a tax deductible donation of $25,000 to bless a thousand children's lives, we'll bring you to New York, we'll handle all the arrangements. We'll fly you and your guest to New York City will put you up in a nice hotel, I'll take you to a great restaurant, we'll treat you to the Christmas spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, and then Wednesday, December 14th, you'll see Lea Michele in funny girl at the August Wilson theater $25,000 if you're interested, send us an email with your contact information to Mike at Mike online dot com. Just email us, Mike at Mike online dot com,

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Rave Review of 'Funny Girl' on Broadway

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 8 hrs ago

Rave Review of 'Funny Girl' on Broadway

"You know one of my passions, I love theater. I'm real proud of Yuri, who went and saw Broadway show last week, was telling me all about it. Maybe my theater influence is spreading around team Gallagher. I am in New York for the big Salem New York Christmas party today. And I saw production that is theater heaven. I went to the Saturday matinee a funny girl over at the August Wilson theater, Lea Michele plays the role of fanny Bryce. It's the single greatest theatrical performance I've ever seen. And believe you me, I've seen them all. You know me, I go to the I go to shows all the time. I'm a frustrated actor. I love to perform. But to see an artist like Lea Michele, you may know her from the TV show glee, she's accomplished musical theater, actress. She's been performing on Broadway since she was a little girl. She was in the original production of ragtime. I saw that. She was a little girl. She grew up and became this big TV star, and now she's killing it. As Fannie Bryce, 7 times a week, in funny girl. Yes, she takes off Thursdays. There's an understood. It's a tough role.

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Miranda Devine: The First Amendment Scandal by the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 9 hrs ago

Miranda Devine: The First Amendment Scandal by the FBI

"So your book was prophetic I'm hoping you're getting a lot of apologies today or I wouldn't hold your breath You wrote the book about the Hunter Biden laptop a long time ago and I wanted your opinion on this The media folks out there right now They're ironically highlighting what the biggest portion in my opinion of this scandal is They're trying to say oh it's not indicative of government involvement what Elon released the map taibi It's a political campaign the Biden campaign trying to squash this information There's no government involvement But Miranda that's really not true We already know that the FBI according to Mark Zuckerberg and according to Twitter Yoel Ross statement that the FBI was meeting with these people and was warning them about this Hunter Biden story even though they knew it was accurate That's the First Amendment scandal here Exactly I mean the FBI is the federal government And the federal government can not do that They can not instruct a private company to censor the views and the news and the information of private citizens American citizens So that's absolutely true And we know that the FBI warned Twitter during weekly meetings that were having before the 2020 election to expect that they would be hacked material by state actors AKA Russia involving Hunter Biden and likely to happen in October And of course in October of 2020 came our story our exclusive at the New York Post about Hunter Biden's laptop which implicated Joe Biden in his family's overseas international influence peddling scheme And so they had to crush that because it would probably have likely have damaged Joe Biden's presidential ambitions

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Managing the Digital Strategy of the Trump Administration

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:02 min | 12 hrs ago

Managing the Digital Strategy of the Trump Administration

"Do in the Trump administration? And how did you end up in the Trump administration? Well, you know, I did what a lot of immigrants do, which is, you know, figure things out here in my new home country. And they went to school. I ended up in the advertising business in New York. I did pretty much your mad men type advertising for 20 or so years. And at some point, I ended up with an ad agency that had a guy named Donald Trump as a client. And so where did you first go into the Trump administration at the Department of State or somewhere else? No, I went straight to Department of State. I came in as the deputy assistant secretary for digital strategy and my goal was just to bring what I did when I learned from the private sector to make our foreign policy the best for the world.

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David Carlucci: Titles Can Be Deceiving

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:47 min | 17 hrs ago

David Carlucci: Titles Can Be Deceiving

"Urban areas, suburban to an extent, but your urban suburban areas are going to be your more blue or purple if you would. Everywhere else in this country is red, okay? You look at the maps for the last 20 years in presidential elections. It's this massive red country except for the blue popping, you know, in the areas we talk about. And that just happens. And I think it is funny. Yeah, I mean, I see my side, you know, we got this and right now, frankly, and just, you know, I'll be honest. McCarthy's got a problem. And it's a problem that I've talked to members in the caucus that have said, if he gives too much. And right now he's got four or 5 and just say, hey, no, we're not going to vote for you. So there's not a lot to give, but if he did, then you start to lose other members of the party. And it's the same truth. I love how y'all do it though. I love how the Democrats do it in Congress. In their elections, if they have a controversy or a different group, they just make vice chairs. I have never seen a conference that had more leadership positions than the House democratic caucus. It is the most amazing thing about it. Well, I'll tell you, that's something I've done a lot of work on the state legislatures. And it's been a lot of fun because you get to learn about these 99 different chambers in the United States. Because every state has two chambers, except for Nebraska, which is unicameral. But so you see the party leadership or the party in power in the chamber, you got to be very careful because majority leader might mean something different from state to state. You can have conference leader. And I've seen that on display in New York. Back over about 15 years ago, there was all these titles. And the conference leader was really the leader. You know, the majority leader was just ceremonial, but you had to know what was going on. But you see that in these chambers where these titles can be deceiving.

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Democrat David Carlucci Has Always Worked Across the Aisle

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:37 min | 17 hrs ago

Democrat David Carlucci Has Always Worked Across the Aisle

"Cut my teeth in a time where I, I'm a Democrat, but in order to get elected to the Senate, I beat a Republican. And it was a Republican held seat for a generation. Just outside New York City. So I always modeled myself on trying to work across the aisle to get results, and I had the good fortune of before getting elected to the state Senate. I was elected as town clerk in the town of clarkstown, New York. It's about just under 90,000 people. It's a big town, but as town clerk, you're just helping people all day, right? You're helping them access government to make it that government is their friend and how to use it. So if done right, this town clerk, all you're doing is making friends, right? Participate in the town board meetings by being the minute taker, but you don't have to take that stance. But it was a great foundation in that trying to understand, listen, listen, trying to understand people where they're coming from. And I think that's one of the unfortunate parts of our state legislatures of our Congress is the hyper partisanship that we can't seem to put these labels aside. Even though we'll disagree on many things, like we've talked about before, we've talked a lot about addiction and mental health. And some of the ideas we have in strategies align. And I think that's where you can find some positives to say, hey, where can we find that common ground? Not let's just pile on top all the ways that we disagree. All the reasons you're wrong, I'm right. And let's just stop there. We don't get anything done. So I find it's really positive to try to do that as much as possible.

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Doug Welcomes Former Democratic NY State Senator David Carlucci

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:21 min | 17 hrs ago

Doug Welcomes Former Democratic NY State Senator David Carlucci

"Everybody, welcome back to the college podcast. Good show today for you got a good friend coming back home. One in which we disagree on things. We're often found on Fox News being pitted against each other. It's pretty funny. But considering we do agree on a lot of things, but we do disagree for a political perspective. David Carlos is back with me, a former democratic state senator from New York. And we're going to have this conversation on what's going on. The recent elections, just some right left takes if you would, and see who we can find some agreement to go. But David's good to have you back. Yeah, thanks for having me. It's always great to be with you. That's fun. I mean, you and I sort of funny because you and I always, especially with Harris and Harris, in particular, fault in our own fault and folks, you and I get put on opposite sides of different things. And I'll be honest, here recently, especially with some of the topics, I was on my side than your side on a couple of those. Well, it's been fun. I think, yeah, they've had us on a bunch and last time, they said, hey, thanks for the spirited debate. And it's like, okay, you know, it was almost like a conversation that we were having. But, you know, I think that's important, right? And that's why it's an honor for me to be on your show. I've been able to listen to your show and disagree with you on most things, right? But that's good. You know, I wanted to learn more. And where you're coming from on these issues. And you're open to hearing about my experience. And I think that's what we need to do,

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Mike Tyson Is a Lesson in Getting Your Ego in Check

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:47 min | 18 hrs ago

Mike Tyson Is a Lesson in Getting Your Ego in Check

"I found that fascinating to watch Mike Tyson's fight because I found I found something in the man who led his ego control his whole life for so many years, even though he cheered, even though he yelled and screamed and he became the most amazing boxer of all time. I mean, you could not miss the first minute of round one when Mike Tyson fought and don't tell me you could. And because he got his ego in check, he's finally three marriages in living the best life he can live. And I just found it fascinating that I don't know. Sometimes the older I get, you start looking around the room and you figure out who's still around and who's gone. An ego has a lot to do with it. I don't have much of a big ego anymore. I just don't. You know, I am who I am. I've outlasted some shit. I can tell you I had a lot of fun. When my ego was raging, so can Mike Tyson so good Reggie Jackson, so could everybody I mentioned earlier? But it's like they say in New York, man. The brighter the lights, the darker the shadows, and sooner or later, when you let your ego rule you. You're going to be taken down some dark fucking streets, and not many people make it out Mike Tyson did.

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'The Devil's Triangle: Mark Judge vs the New American Stassi'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 18 hrs ago

'The Devil's Triangle: Mark Judge vs the New American Stassi'

"Talking to Mark judge the new book is called the devil's triangle with the subtitle Mark judge versus the new American Stasi. That was the East German secret police. You're just telling us mark how they did extensive what you call opposition research on you to build this case. This is creepy that people would say, how do we concoct a lie? I mean, it's an amazing thing if opposition research is true. But you're selling saying that they tried to use whatever they could find about you to create a plausible story and they figured we've got it where this is going to work. All we need is somebody with the guts to lie in front of the whole world and they found Christine blasey Ford. It's chilling to me. I worry about people souls that they would participate in this. I know they believe so strongly and abortion that they're almost willing to do anything, but it's chilling to me, frankly, that these things go on. Yeah, and as I was saying, The New York Times two reporters wrote a book called the educational Brett Kavanaugh, and if they report on a guy named Keith kogler, who was friends with blasey Ford and he said in the summer of 2018 for 6 weeks leading up to this, he was researching my writing, my videos, but they might have been physically tracking me. I don't even know. And the way opera research works, the devil's triangles oppo researchers, the media and leftist politicians. But oppo researchers will find everything about you from your birth certificate up to last week and then they open the Bombay doors at the last minute and just dump it. And as one of them put it 90% of my job is getting emotionally upset people to start talking. So they opened the Bombay doors and dumped all this on me and because I've known about the Stasi and I've been writing about this for a long time, I thought I know what's going on. Every word you say is a shift that they are going to plant right in your back. You know, if you talk, it's over because they'll twist whatever you say, even if it's the truth. And that's when I thought of this great movie, the lives of others about the German Stassi. And I said, okay, you're living the lives of others right now. And as we were saying before, the commercial break, they thought it was going to be easy.

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Why AJ's Ego Chose Soccer Over Football

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:18 min | 18 hrs ago

Why AJ's Ego Chose Soccer Over Football

"I'm a kid in high school. And I'm going, do I play football? Or do I play soccer? I still regret to this day I didn't play football. Believe me. It is my main regret in life. But I remember seeing videos of the New York cosmos on private jets. Flying to different games. And I remember reading stories in the sports pages, written by writers that I aspired to be, and I just could not believe the kind of shit they got. The way they're flights were, they had girls on their flights. They had drugs on their flights. They landed and it was a fucking party. And I'm sitting there being whatever 16, 17, 18 gone, you know what? I kind of want to be a soccer guy. This is insane. I love this party atmosphere. Sign me up. I played sock. And the cosmos were fucking fantastic. So what do you think that did to my ego? You know, whatever you hear me spout off on things. I don't care what I'm talking about. I don't care what the topic is. You know, my ego is always out front. It's because of all those things that happen when I was a kid.

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AJ's Childhood Was Shaped by the Egos of New York Sporting Heros

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:37 min | 18 hrs ago

AJ's Childhood Was Shaped by the Egos of New York Sporting Heros

"And sometimes I think, no, sometimes I know my childhood was shaped by the egos of the athletes and the legends who played for New York teams. And made their predictions come true. Put it that way. Imagine I'm a young kid, right? You know, what the fuck was I? Ten years old, 9 years old. I'm wearing a Joe Namath, New York jet, Jersey, and then he tells the world that he's gonna beat the Baltimore colts in the Super Bowl, and when he did exactly that, what do you think that did to a little boy like me? What do you think, what do you think? I don't know what part of the country you're from, wherever you're listening, you could be from another part of the world. But if you were from New York during my era, let's call it 19 70 to 1990 or whatever. We had some big gigantic egos that fueled our New York teams. And by doing that, they fueled a lot of boys like me. Then what do you think ego meant to me back then? It clearly meant that it was something that I had to possess to achieve the impossible because I saw my heroes doing it.

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Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher

Bitcoin News Miner

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher

"11 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan with FTX dog Gopher on December 4th, 2022, the Twitter account and citizen journalist, called autism capital, shared two pictures of a woman that closely resembles the Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison the pictures were taken at a coffee and sandwich shop in Manhattan at 8 15 a.m. Eastern Time. Citizen journalist reportedly spots Alameda's Caroline Ellison in New York according the post Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan, with FTX dog Gopher appeared first on Bitcoin news minor.

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Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher

Bitcoin News

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison Reportedly Spotted at a Coffee Shop in Manhattan With FTX Dog Gopher

"11 p.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison, reportedly spotted at a coffee shop in Manhattan with FTX dog Gopher on December 4th, 2022, the Twitter account and citizen journalist, called autism capital, shared two pictures of a woman that closely resembles the Alameda research CEO, Caroline Ellison the pictures were taken at a coffee and sandwich shop in Manhattan at 8 15 a.m. Eastern Time. Citizen journalist reportedly spots Alameda's Caroline Ellison in New York according.

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Institutions Coming to Replace Lost Retail Investors, Says SVP of 1.5T Asset Manager

CryptoGlobe

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Institutions Coming to Replace Lost Retail Investors, Says SVP of 1.5T Asset Manager

"3 p.m. Sunday December 4th, 2022. Institutions coming to replace lost retail investors says SVP of 1.5 T asset manager. Recently, sandy call, a senior VP at Franklin templeton, shared her thoughts on blockchain technology and crypto, and more specifically on institutional adoption. Franklin Resources incorporated NYSE Ben is an American multinational holding company that, together with its subsidiaries, is referred to as Franklin templeton it is a global investment firm founded in New York.

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"The people the employees in the world trade center who ran back into the building because they were afraid they'd left people behind. Guess not not even the first responders but at as you're suggesting just people he on the street schussed people doing amazing things for each other and yet at the same time. Of course there was another story of nine eleven. The political story the dark story the story of what happened afterward. And that's not something that is really hitting in popular culture the way it hits in some of the circles you and i travel in the more political the academic circles or whatever and i wonder when we think about this moment. Both about nine eleven. And what's happened more recently in new york that i hope y'all speak to some if what we see when we think of nine eleven and we think of new york right now. We see a resurgence of the idea of the same values that we would like to be embracing as a nation again. The idea that we do care for each other that we are a community even when we live in the biggest one of the biggest cities in the world and it interests me that in this moment. We're not talking. About what wikipedia says is the story of midnight cowboy or any of the other things which i haven't actually seen or godzilla or whatever but rather this that we are kind of all in this together and of course this speaks directly to where you were sort of hoping to end up with is with the way new york has handled the pandemic versus the way certain other places have handled the pandemic which is america right. Then democ shows this perfectly. Here's the thing about new york is that it is a big city. It can be an a big impersonal city. The fact of the matter is that when you live in new york you do live in a neighborhood it actually. You don't live in the big city but you actually despite the if you can make it there..

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"It's the state off marshmallow. Man does suck go back to the idea. That new york really is the repository for our dreams as well as our fears. Right and dreams writ large because it can really kind of encompass a lot. I mean even some of the films that are more Realistic you know that are trying to depict some part of the culture of new york like saturday night fever or working girl or taxi driver or midnight cowboy. Those are all sort of like on the street with people having a life and the culture of new york but they also all in some way are getting some larger ambition and some larger american spirit. So i was thinking about movies That strike me. And that our new yorkie e films and one of the categories that i came up with kesse do the sort of weird nostalgic romantic often white male dreamscapes version of manhattan and partly. I was thinking woody allen right. 'cause woody allen's film so many of them take place in new york like any hall like manhattan and they're like nostalgia bergen beautiful and him kind of owning the city and doing what he wants in the city. You mentioned when harry met sally. That's kind of the same idea that somehow the city's romantic and big and not quite controllable yet sort of wonderful place for you to be in love and for romantic things to happen that that seems like a pretty long standing image of new york and films. You could stick breakfast at tiffany's in there. You can stick sex and the city in their right. Which is kind of a female version of woody allen in the sense that it's about women in the city. Of course it's edgy. And the women don't always do well but they're like wearing all kinds of fashion doing all kinds of big culture things kind of a similar kind of dreamscapes friends. Friends friends is indeed a tv. Show that that is in new york. Also none of them have any jobs except they really has jobs all know. There's a woman who's a caterer. Oh no and there's another woman who works in department stores that they but basically yeah they don't really have jobs and they are living in these apartments that who the hell lives in apartments. That are that big in their twenties in new york city. So yeah that's kind of dream. Scabby definitely a little low on diversity. In those two you asked me earlier about midnight cowboy. The movie midnight cowboy. And i mentioned that there was one moment in it that i think about. Every time i crossed the street in front of a taxi. Literally every time at it's a scene in which the main characters crossing a street. There's a taxi that's kind of coming up to close on them. And the main character played by dustin hoffman bangs on the hood of the car and says i'm walking here i'm walking here.

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"I'm home all the time it was. We really did it. You maniacs you blow it up. Dan jerem you all hell will. That's my charlton. Heston movie heathers laughing hilarious. Now i have to go see it. I was so looking forward to getting to be has done so. Thank you very much for humoring me by allowing us. What about all of those apocalyptic film. So here's a here's a list of some of them okay. This is so my weakness. The only thing i would do worse on his opera. Go ahead will there. I might. I might have a little bit of knowledge but not a lot. But here a whole bunch of films of the sort. And i will say the thing about these apocalyptic films is that i was born and spent some time as a kid in new york and then left and then i came back after college and then i left and now i'm part time back there. And the apocalyptic films absolutely haunt me. I have the sense that if there is going to be in a fog lives. It's going to happen in new york and nine eleven. And the pandemic sorta plug right into that and i actually do have this sort of ongoing angst about new york being the target. If there's going to be some kind of major attack to the point that i don't really watch apocalyptic films anymore. And i don't read apocalyptic novels about new york. I just can't do it because it's it's actually to its disturbing. It makes me more anxious than a person needs to be when you're actually living even part time in new york so you have movies like just the title tells you escape from new york rate cloverfield which i actually did watch a horror film and new york is just destroyed by a big monster and i saw phone once and we'll never watch it again because new york big monster about that own the thing about that film and this probably true of many of these fuck elliptic fills is. It starts out being really typical new york. There's a scene at the beginning of that movie where people are having a party and they're young kids in their twenties and they're having fun and in the background out of a window. You can see there something weird happening out there. But you can't really quite tell what it is and by the end of the movie you realize. Oh it's an enormous monster about to spread evil around new york city but the idea that you're just kinda going around your life in new york city and then all of a sudden death rains down. That's something that's impossible to imagine so so these films in new york seems like a city that would naturally be target. Seems like the place that you could believe. A big monster would spring up and godzillas another new york movie that these things could happen ghostbusters right. Those are noyce that one. But i'm actually not really worried about the staff. Puff marshmallow man..

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"Then we've got the twentieth century and this is really. I'm actually really looking forward to talking about this. Because i know nothing about it and i'm looking forward to ask you questions about it. Because new york becomes this cultural icon in the twentieth century. It is the cultural icon of twentieth century for america in america is so associated with it at least until say the nineteen eighties. Why what's going on with that. I do think that as a city new york. It kind of embodies. A lot of opposites on the one hand. It's a city of incredible wealth on the other hand. it's a city of incredible and destruction is a city. That's really tough and then in culture at least it's a city where because of that toughness it's a great place to depict romance. It's a city of extremes in one way or another and a lot of the ways in which it is. Extreme really are ways in which america is extreme so in one way or another because it has such a outsized identity even international identity. And because it's so extreme in so many ways it becomes a really convenient place for pitching many different kinds of stories and kinda like washington irving originally said you can really use it to make points because it's a pretty big landscape. There's as far as the ground based stories on. I have never seen a single move. Have i seen a movie set in new york. While i saw when harry met sally. That's a new york isn't it. yeah wait so we. We need to interrogate dissipate. So here i made i actually when we were talking about before we did this episode film new york and film and what it seems to be in these films at how. It's used them what that suggests about new york and about the united states. I actually made a list. I made a list of films. And then i put them into categories and so yes when harry met sally is there for sure takes place a new york. New york's a major character in the film. I'm going to name you some films. You tell me if you've seen them. I am guessing like the nineteen twenty s movies were. Oh this is great. We're all rich and everything is just ducky and things are gonna get real bad and the nineteen thirties..

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"You and i must have said that phrase about ten times already even this point it is literally the only thing i know about new york and i also. Here's the thing i can remember. If you can make their you'll make it anywhere. Oh it's from new york new york it's up to you and you. I know that song. Because i used to waitress in tulsa oklahoma and they had a jukebox. And we it was a long winter. And i learned every single song on that jukebox and that was one of the songs on the jukebox. I've never seen whatever it's from. But i know that i know old cape cod. I don't know okay guy. Whatever was on that jukebox. Which was supposed to. I guess instill a love of old musicals in i know from oklahoma but but not because i've ever seen the actual musical with the plot is at all but i know oklahoma. Okay i've seen oklahoma. When i was in oklahoma but i assume the new york song is not from oklahoma so we have this increasing identification of the country with new york because of the weird confluence of print newspapers popular culture and politics and the the push and spirit of new york the energy of that city which is fueling all of these things that you're talking about any energy coming of course especially after the war from the incredible infusion of immigrants from all over the world coming in and creating this new mix of urbanization and industrialization and culture and new languages and and new art it is incredibly vibrant place and because of the push of print media it reaches its way into nebraska and into colorado and into all these places where books newspapers travel absolutely so you know it would be hard to exonerate the degree to which it's it's spread news. It's it's telling the story so it really is a two way street here of people looking to the city and the city totally flaunting. its power. The staff of the satirical newspaper. The onion woke up on the morning after nine eleven and realized they had to do the impossible. Put out a new issue filled with jokes and hilarious headlines about the news of the day on nine eleven. You see the dilemma. How did a group of anti-establishment comedy writers traumatize like all of their fellow new yorkers create something funny and meaningful in the wake of tragedy. This is just one of the stories in nine twelve. The new podcast series from amazon music and pineapple street studios in each episode of nine twelve hosts dan to burski tells the stories of characters whose lives would never be the same after nine eleven through them. We begin to realize that there are new lessons to be learned and that we just might have enough distance now from nine eleven to make sense.

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"It has its backing in the press and recognize the link between the press especially the new york press and controlling the national political scene. And that's gonna be crucially important. Both for the importance of politics in the nineteenth century but also of new york which is going to be the central throne if you will of the power of the republican party. Exactly the sort of center of power and the republican. The new york press. Republican press does an excellent job of depicting this new party as a party of fighters a party of people who are gonna stand up for. What's right. There's a lot of correspondence with republican members of congress. Basically doing something aggressive and assertive on the floor of congress and then being sure they tell an editor look at what i did and then the editor turns it around and puts it in the paper as a sort of bold example of republicans fighting the slave power which was basically the the pitch that the republican party took. When it really. I was launched. So yeah the new york press and the republican party are sort of a pair and help the republican party rise to power in a remarkably short amount of time and they become important in things like eighteen sixty four. It's actually partly the new york times. That gets us. Andrew johnson in the vice presidency instead of hannibal hamlin from maine. Who had been lincoln's first vice president and there's this really complicated political story behind the fact that the guy who was sponsoring the new york times Thurlow weed who's kind of the king maker of new york henry. Raymond was his boy. He was one of his men teas and the radicals in lincoln's administration wanted to get rid of henry seward the secretary of state position and he was from new york so they wanted to go ahead and nominate a conservative. From new york to knock seward out of the cabinet and lincoln was very aware that if he did that he would lose supportive thurlow weed and therefore would lose the support of new york so instead he took them at the radicals at their word and put andrew johnson from tennessee in that spot instead kept seward in the cabinet and managed to keep the new york times behind the republican effort in eighteen..

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"Chicago's gonna do all it can to take over from new york. It never managed to do it. And in the early nineteenth century new orleans trying to take over from new york and it really never managed to do it either. New york still remain new york one of the ways in which in the nineteenth century and particularly beginning in the eighteen thirties and continuing on that new york really asserts its presence and its influence has to do with the press has to do the power of the new york press. At that time aching thirties eighteen forties eighteen fifties. You have a lot of technological changes that are making it easier. For the new york city press to be influencing spreading. Its influence ever faster than before and more broadly than before. So you have steam powered printing presses and then you have rotary printing presses and you have the rise of the railroad and you have the bribes of the telegraph and you have innovations in papermaking and you put all this together and it means that the new york press can really play a major influence. The there are newspapers key. Newspapers in new york which very aggressively assert themselves as the main national papers for the united states and they take on the task of kind of telling the stories that they think are important to tell a lot of these. Start out with the tradition of the penny press in the in the mid thirties which basically is of as it sounds. These are newspapers that are inexpensive. They have flashy headlines they have reporting of splashy stories are a little bit sensationalist chrissy. You're calling it splashy. But it's like salacious. Basically i was gonna say your you had a smile on your face. That was moving away from splashy towards something of a man read them. The families did not read them. This is true. They were not family family papers. And that's going to matter because we're going to get family papers and that's really dramatically gonna change american politics absolutely absolutely and it has a huge impact on american politics particularly national politics because one of the traditions that happens pretty quickly.

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"They wanna sort of lowered key. They want they want capital city. That feels they use this word. A lotta the time kind of medium in style. Not extreme not aristocratic not rural that loki kind of middle of the road city. That would be plane and common enough that it wouldn't seem monarchic aristocratic but not so plain common that it wouldn't have some real oath to a cultural and political commercial oath so philadelphia ends up being the big contender. Say so they end up with a swan swamp the third contender. Yeah so so. They start out in new york. This great idea. Let's of capital where nobody lives well. But that actually was the idea. They decided for the new country. Basically they were just going to build a new city. They create a new capital city. And when you look at the map the early map of what comes to be washington. Dc what you see is a very deliberately planned capital city with for example the presidential mansion and the capital at opposite ends of each other a street. I mean there's very little ways in which the map of washington d. picks constitutional power so. Yeah it ends up being in washington. After first being a new york then being in pennsylvania it moves to washington and is kind of a bit rough and ready at the outset there in washington. But that speaks back to what you were talking about with new york so they don't want new york because you can imagine creating a new kind of government in a newly built city but if in fact you go to this ancient city if you will for the colonies of new york it's already got established its financial system. It's powerful families. It's history and you don't necessarily want to impose that on the entire rest of the country is set the argument behind not staying in new york one of the arguments. Yeah and people pointed to philadelphia with kind of cultural angle. They dress a little plainer in philadelphia. There's more farmers in pennsylvania that new york has a sort of aristocratic wealthy tone to it is not proper for what we want the new nation to be okay. So if i'm a colonial. American do i recognize a new yorker when i see him well. Here's something that. I have always found almost so comical that you would think it's not true except it is when people like particularly in the first congress people who are not from new york and they go to new york for that first congress and there's a wonderful pennsylvania senator named william maclay who has this amazing diary that includes everything in it in his dreams toys..

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"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

Now & Then

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Now & Then

"Philadelphia was initially very important. Boston richmond charleston south carolina. There were certain key cities that from a very early point were important but new york always had a distinctive kind of a role in part. Because you think about places like virginia and the chesapeake and they were places that were deliberately designed around companies around the idea of extracting resources and sort of rooted in mercantilism in the idea of pulling resources out of a colonial port and bring her out of a colonial area and bring them back to the mother country and then of course you have new england which is focused on religion and on establishing control over society through religion and then you have new amsterdam which is settled by the dutch and that ends up having a really different economy in really different idea about what creates wealth for the mother country. If you will and that's trade. And because they're not trying to impose necessarily an extractive economy on that region of the country and they're not trying to impose a religion on that part of the country there is simply welcoming people who are willing to trade. There's an argument to be made that that idea of sort of a multicultural tradings center is what created the heart of america's more successful impulses toward multiculturalism. And and also if you think about it. And i'm sure we're gonna come back to this today. But if trade is at the heart of really what made new york send out a very early point. That certainly will be the case for new york forever after and in some ways. That really is something. That's very typical of the engine. The fuel that makes america go particularly in new york finance capitalism money trade and part of that of course is that the dutch with their trading port there at new amsterdam. In on what is now manhattan. Which has this real mix of people coming in from all over. They may end up trying to ward off the english. And this is one of my favorite stories about colonial manhattan. Because this is how we actually get. The wall on which wall street is built and the wall was actually constructed by the dutch to keep out the english and they put a street along it on the inside or a road along on the inside and this is actually the origin for wall street. There really was a wall and it was actually an attempt of the dutch. Keep the british out so new york has phenomenal port..

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"new york" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Their time with the. I made cities incorrectly. But if it was chinese in china right african americans who had some kind of some kind of Home the airplane pay rent and their landlords chinese asian center where it will kick them out. That was going on for a good two months shea. During during the pandemic like members meme hours on like that. I'm sure i will. It was during the pandemic though like they was getting it was fucking up in that. I think that's what. I kinda animosity came for african year. Exactly some and again the whole story correctly but that it was going on crazy so he was. He was looking at and videos. I remember they out a couple of videos out of discrimination and receiving was yoke is funding. You look at his main cause a yoga work. They hope they hope us some. You know how much money and it was. The number was up. There wasn't a it wasn't a five. Five mil may be hiding that but how much money the african community give people who know how much how much how much women alone spin fucking at at. We can't explain to investors and after africa. Chinese has lot avon actually said that nobody knows. Group of people are contributed as much as china china. I mean china has has a motive meter dating and they could be on you know when he gets catch them. All was exactly well if you look at it on my article about war that america is having with china when it comes to like the five g. Technology is five years next technology of the world but china they have investments in so many different countries understand. Really come up once arm technology. Get the going you know in We have we have a wall with a silent warwick the economy you know china is going to be probably the largest economy and i think we neck and neck now with you know they're trying to take over will be the population may be like six billion people in china crazy shit over there. I am but that's crazy. Oh man she making a crazy arrose organised solon chinese food. I will say that. Yeah yup i was talking to so a lot about this this this this this this lady who is a food critic food. You're at times. Who said an article right there who base from the neons basically basically the thing that really struck me is when she was talking about. How cow on your. He said. The best bagels are in california not new york. I argued i want to read to you right now so so it goes like this. Let's call bakers are driving a great bego boom producing some of the most delicious virgins around and finding ways to expand during the pandemic which i call it the slam gimmick trademark so so so in berkeley california the bagels. At boy she bagels. Have to look on. I think you meant to say butch whatever could give me man. I won't so they have. They have the look of lab. Labrador puppies curled up for afternoon. Naps pudgy golden roly poly. The bread has a comforting squish dick but yielding shui but not densely so way gooey and older. He's ashamed man say gooey. Guys who've nasty words gooey. But that's but that's what happens. That's what happens when he tried to marshmallows and everything when you try to split it apart. That's what that is is. It's gooey just like your favorite candy bar that has like peanut butter caramel and stuff going is doing if you're on the air side louis. Let the economists. You nuts gooey. Moving on okay now. You losing nineties. Are you losing cool. Brownie points nasdaq may never to the condom of some random house with bacon salt to bagels liver kind of messy man. A women's bathroom. No you take the night low income so you just wipe you take across this on this one man. Asthma know my share with me today. I'm thankful so when you think about google about moon rocks into we talking drugs more was legalized yesterday and eighty alright. But that was that was part of the topic though scoring segue. I understand that. But i would hope they knew where all my gaza wait. Wait you guys. That's the we correct virgin. Ary equal mute move. They got some of the you know. The nuggets is like this in bulls. You cut them.

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"new york" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"new york" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"new york" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"He hasn't been very impressive Get a minor knee issue down a couple of days. But he's back now He's been hitting the ball hard. He looks like someone who is ready is he has said that. He wants to make the opening day roster I know the mariners couple of weeks ago had some had an incident With that with one guy talking about keeping him down for service time and at getting leaked out and all that sort of stuff So we'll kind of see what happens there The minor injury. Maybe that and the pushing back anyway but He he looks good I think seattle is really really exciting. you got telling who's gonna be ready either on opening day or very very soon. Obviously you're raining or year kyle. Lewis out feel and then who deal rodriguez he also referenced. The number five overall prospect. He's a little further away the end of the season or Or early next season. But you gotta think about the twenty twenty two to the twenty twenty seven mariners. And you're going to have you know three really solid outfielders all under like twenty four years old That's pretty exciting. A couple of pitchers the lower down in the top one hundred two and logan gilbert one of their top prospects got to camp earlier this week. started throwing. He's not throwing games indian out here working out So it's just. The future is pretty bright and seattle. Which is a really exciting. And looking at the present. The team like san diego who's already got a pretty good base with fernando tatis manny machado nelson lament and so on and so forth. They still have two of the top ten prospects in pitcher mackenzie gore and shorts. I've cj rooms he at this point he doesn't look like he has a spot with guys like machado and totti's already there. Could he be used as trade bait or maybe they try to use them in physician tricky. Because you've got i hop pan over a prospect that you know obviously very very good but then you've got machado and he's there he's in. He's played second a little bit this spring. We'll try think would Would aid just passed in the majors or be like you said trade bait Just putting adding more to his resume and adding to his skill set showing off some versatility. maybe another team could want so. I think that that works on multiple fronts there but i haven't heard anything whatsoever about them trading on pretty sure the plan right. Now is hey. Let's see if we get a second and then we've got a incredible infield once he's ready of you know hosmer abrahams to t- so machado. And i think the other cool thing about teaching and second in addition to know versatility slide over if teeth today or whatever is just initially console someone up as the second day and potato little bit of that pressure off right away. I i you know a month or so in the lineup You don't have to. You don't have to do as much of the shines. Not quite as bright on a second baseman shortstop. Even though he's a top prospect he'd be getting called up as a top prospect. There would be a lot of height and a lot of attention regardless but maybe it turns it down just a little bit to help kind of use that transition and just hearing you run through that infield. That just sounded terrified. I i kinda got the like the two thousand fifteen through eighteen cubs in my head where yet rizzo vyas russell and bryant and i got that infield was intimidating machado touchy abrahams and hosmer even more..

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"new york" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"We would have been back at it again in october november. So you're talking. April may june july august. You're talking seven months It would have been a lot of work. Can no seven months to put together the product that we have now So i looked at this as nineteen months to put together. This product is great for us on the planning stages i plan on being here in the nassau coliseum on long island the next fifteen twenty years so that takes building foundation and if the foundation cracks in the foundation is and set the right way. The whole house comes tumbling down so this gave me an opportunity to really build that foundation. The right way and You know it it's been. It's been a blessing for us to be able to have this long to do it. And i think it's going to contribute to to a long term plot the right way on and off the field and we're talking with rich list of the new york riptide so let. Let's let's talk about the new head coach. And i hope i say his name at someone's broadcast hockey. I better Lot a lot of store. That was close. I'm embarrassed so i was looking into a little won five championships as a player with toronto. When using the league. And i think having that kind of winning pedigree is great to have his head coach of a new team. I couldn't agree with you more nicknamed the big dog and Dan's a big man to and. And here's what i wanted. When we started looking for a head coach we interviewed over two months. I interviewed probably ten people and then another five or six. Gm type people and scouts and coaches and things but what we're really head coach interviewed about ten people and Dan stood out head and shoulders above. And not just because he's six foot six two hundred fifty pounds but he also stood out for his knowledge and dan is in that group of he was the next coming so he was an assistant coach under people like derek keenan. Who's won many championships in this league. He's assistant coach. Under eddie komo. Who's the gm of the canadian. National team has won a champ. A bunch of championships in this league and dan did it the right way..

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"new york" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"My own company about fifteen years ago. And i hooked up with the philadelphia wings to start doing their marketing and became their coo and just realize that hockey across there are very very tight. So i started getting towards the player personnel side on on On the wings and then the wing at the fold to the mohegan sun casino sunset with them that organization. They're came to wrinkle blackhawks. And i was there for seven years and then when this opportunity came up here. Gif sportscar start running some of their properties. I jumped over with an emphasis on the riptide. And it's been nine years now in the league because my ninth even in the league and Happy to say that we're moving in the right direction. Putting some good takes together verschueren i. It's it's funny. You say that hockey and look very similar. Because i i. I was thinking about like i watch lacrosse game here and there when the college tournaments on like i like i know johns hopkins duper amazing. I'll watch the game here. And there. And i i used to broadcast hockey myself and watch like It's kind of like hockey on on the field and exactly so. I saw your your thing that you broadcasted hockey which teams your broadcasting we broadcast. I did i did arizona state when they were clubbed. When i was when i was a student there and i was working Stony brook for about six sure. I had my My two sons played my older son played it and dekok college division. Three and my son had a rough year with kobe. Everything he was gonna do a club hockey at bentley so I know those those programs well and then arizona state went division one interesting. Yes which is nice if you can go out there and go to her going to play visual hockey. That's pretty fair. do it that. That's what i said that's good. It'll pop it up. More out there right. Arizona state will really start opening up west coast for more division one hockey which is exciting because it is a it's a great sport and i didn't realize how close it was. You really get into it and it really really is is very close in percent of the guys we have on our team. Eighty five percent from canada. They all grow up boxes across. They grew up playing hockey. And i had a couple of funny stories about that. I had this one guy in philadelphia. When i was there his name was buchanan. And when i signed kyle came to me and goes you know..

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"new york" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

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"new york" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"new york" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Why so we on this page but to be fair. Right he is he is from. Where's he from again. Nina fucking bad right so they they have a sound different right now. Date my cousins and she sound fucking different. You talk different man. I'm not making excuses because Jag on from holland as a speech like he studies when he talks right gets an a booth. You'll you'll be amazed to find out like homey does not stop at all. I gotta gotta he studies when he talks to me but when he's making music is like cease to exist. My union stood at all in a store in you were average. Sometimes so beirut's he's from busey's ad or draw was named new orleans you know juvenile mass appeal all of them. They all understand so you know. I'm thinking maybe it's this way. He's chromosome shit. Got that southern draw. And i think is more country than than new orleans though you. Do you even know that see. I'm not trying to be the guy here see i. I'm trying unless it's like a good seven videos. I tried to get into shape nothing. He's way i just can't understand it so for someone who i don't wanna stand. I can't say he's back understands with this new. The man then got the same cadence they all do the same dance today so old and i'm just like well. What is this among among those does will come up as you just man. No as an ala a token opened his own show. I kissed them. Mobile sauce man. Roadman man juice. Mary came and stayed with the. I mean it hits. It hits the streets shit man to go man. Light those crazies john. I'm gonna say something. I may not agree with me. Wedding for for a short sean. I do not like little win at all like why i. I think it was do that. Yo- when i was in high school everybody was fucking with little this little wayne on. I think he had. He had a truck with switch. Speeds came out with the What was the shape. He was trying to be a rockstar. I did not folk analysis. That's that's the kind of person. I am freestyles. But for the same shame shit. Though he had now he had bars. He had put something about his cadence. I just wasn't really is into the. He's like extra awkward as rap man. He's he's very awkward. It seemed like you gross. Like he's unorthodox lijiang on the mike and he made it work you definitely. He did same sandwich. Reservoir routine and nigger knowing that. Have you ever seen freestyle watching he somebody. May you made your beat like if anybody know how to wrap on to your you were one offbeat you. Maybe i just wanted to hear music the same way he music. Maybe that's we all got the same. I'm going to. His ally is on michael rapaport. Swear he always says Was always the foul nine. Never ramps on the them. Why why won't you talk. I got shag now. I notice i notice he does. He is not all tracks. Yeah definitely we can space the fact you know. Sometimes he spent so much she doesn't breathe. The beat goes almost matches to say that he doesn't know what he's doing. He been the game for a minute and he can. He came on evidently mingora ram on beat. He would be the reason. Why does it do it sometimes. Same same reason my nas pickers extracts beats biographers. Now's wanna wrapping. Beats that gives them a challenge so every ashby maybe trash but is the words that he must be exactly now. Let's not the recent video was defined in a previous episode. We did should the should be rolling. Deep shit i gotta watch again. I like worse. Rose to voice was imminent emanating window. Positive ways without a few years voice was coming. Hough avenue eminem ignored. He is the five nine on iraqi like eminem but em out think he was ready for royce. Darn that's from mine got punch lines midgets that especially with especially when i heard the eat the track years ago so i didn't even know not had that much punch lines to to be jay z and everything. But not gonna forget that. One particular larry when he was like when he called jazy addict sucking lips important and fellow. How sad bomb known for for punch open only agree if only he was his view was angry is aimed same. Anyone winning in his man has been you know what he said. Wasn't you at all and side. The fact that he got he no he. He got rockets on the records and always always people he said actually got dick left. Me love your passion. He aware but i told me man. Thank y'all. I'm here. Saturday right the next show. You saturday Seventy i man. Thank you guys for great man. No matter the belts you get the leftovers be cool will hold before down for be live man. Yeah yeah you got next greg yo. Whoever thought that.

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