35 Burst results for "Next Next Year"

Woods to make return from car crash at PNC Championship

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 hrs ago

Woods to make return from car crash at PNC Championship

"Woods woods right right leg leg was was badly badly injured injured in in a a car car crash crash ten ten months months ago ago there there had had been been speculation speculation of of a a return return he he was was spotted spotted on on the the practice practice range range during during a a tournament tournament in in the the Bahamas Bahamas last last weekend weekend woods woods announced announced he he would would compete compete next next week week with with his his twelve twelve year year old old son son Charlie Charlie in in the the P. P. and and C. C. championship championship in in Orlando Orlando Florida Florida what's what's it it said said last last week week he he was was a a long long way way off off in in his his recovery recovery dousing dousing hopes hopes of of a a return return to to the the PGA PGA tour tour by by suggesting suggesting his his leg leg wouldn't wouldn't allow allow him him to to practice practice as as much much as as for for the the PNC PNC championship championship Tiger Tiger Woods Woods says says he's he's playing playing as as a a dad dad and and couldn't couldn't be be more more excited excited and and proud proud I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Giant Christmas tree outside Fox News headquarters set afire

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 hrs ago

Giant Christmas tree outside Fox News headquarters set afire

"The the giant giant Christmas Christmas tree tree outside outside the the fox fox news news headquarters headquarters was was set set on on fire fire a a man's man's been been charged charged with with arson arson after after the the fifty fifty foot foot Christmas Christmas tree tree in in front front of of the the fox fox news news headquarters headquarters in in Manhattan Manhattan went went up up in in flames flames firefighters firefighters extinguished extinguished the the flames flames no no injuries injuries reported reported under under arrest arrest a a homeless homeless man man forty forty nine nine years years old old fox fox calls calls it it a a deliberate deliberate and and brazen brazen act act of of cowardice cowardice fox fox news news media media CEO CEO Suzanne Suzanne Scott Scott told told staffers staffers in in a a memo memo they'll they'll install install a a new new tree tree as as a a message message she she said said that that there there can can be be peace peace light light and and joy joy even even during during a a dark dark moment moment like like this this I I read read a a folly folly

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 End of an era: Germany's Merkel bows out after 16 years

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 hrs ago

End of an era: Germany's Merkel bows out after 16 years

"It's it's the the end end of of an an era era Germany's Germany's Angela Angela Merkel Merkel bows bows out out of of two two sixteen sixteen years years at at the the helm helm Merkel Merkel a a full full the the scientist scientist who who grew grew up up in in communist communist East East Germany Germany is is bowing bowing out out about about a a week week short short of of the the record record for for longevity longevity held held by by her her one one time time mentor mentor Helmut Helmut Kohl Kohl who who reunited reunited Germany Germany during during his his nineteen nineteen eighty eighty two two to to ninety ninety eight eight to to ten ten year year medical medical serve serve the the long long side side four four U. U. S. S. presidents presidents for for French French president president five five British British prime prime ministers ministers and and eighty eighty Talian Talian premieres premieres her her

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What To Drink (MM #3913)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

What To Drink (MM #3913)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as I've gotten older, I finally started paying more and more attention to my health. I probably should have started doing that 25, 30 years ago, but as I've gotten older, I pay more attention to things I'm doing and what I'm not doing what I should be doing. Things like drinking more water. I've always said I hate water, I hate the taste of it, but I drink more water now than any other beverage. But what's interesting is you learn what to drink and what not to drink. We all know more water the better. We all know too abstain as much as possible from alcohol and there are certain kind of alcohol that's better than others. Red wine better than white wine, beer is one of the worst because the calories, but something else that kind of surprised me of course all the doctors tell you to stay away from soft drinks, especially the kind that diet soft drinks which are bad for you. But what's interesting is there's been a study recently that says soft drinks cause problems with aging of your brain. The more and more research we're able to do on soft drinks, the more we realize they are bad for us. But me, maybe two or three a month now, and I don't really miss them as much as I thought I would. If they tell me to stop drinking tea, I'm in trouble.

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What To Drink (MM #3913)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 hrs ago

What To Drink (MM #3913)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as I've gotten older, I finally started paying more and more attention to my health. I probably should have started doing that 25, 30 years ago, but as I've gotten older, I pay more attention to things I'm doing and what I'm not doing what I should be doing. Things like drinking more water. I've always said I hate water, I hate the taste of it, but I drink more water now than any other beverage. But what's interesting is you learn what to drink and what not to drink. We all know more water the better. We all know too abstain as much as possible from alcohol and there are certain kind of alcohol that's better than others. Red wine better than white wine, beer is one of the worst because the calories, but something else that kind of surprised me of course all the doctors tell you to stay away from soft drinks, especially the kind that diet soft drinks which are bad for you. But what's interesting is there's been a study recently that says soft drinks cause problems with aging of your brain. The more and more research we're able to do on soft drinks, the more we realize they are bad for us. But me, maybe two or three a month now, and I don't really miss them as much as I thought I would. If they tell me to stop drinking tea, I'm in trouble.

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Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 hrs ago

Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

"Schultz Schultz has has become become Germany's Germany's ninth ninth post post World World War War two two chancellor chancellor opening opening a a new new era era for for the the E. E. U.'s U.'s most most populous populous nation nation and and launch launch the the calling calling me me off off to to Merkel Merkel sixteen sixteen year year tenure tenure Schultz Schultz is is government government takes takes office office with with high high hopes hopes of of modernizing modernizing Germany Germany on on combating combating climate climate change change but but faces faces the the immediate immediate challenge challenge of of handling handling the the country's country's toughest toughest phase phase yet yet of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic lawmakers lawmakers voted voted with with a a wide wide margin margin to to elections elections Merkel Merkel who's who's no no longer longer a a member member of of parliament parliament looked looked on on from from the the spectators spectators gallery gallery as as the the vote vote took took place place lawmakers lawmakers gave gave her her a a standing standing ovation ovation as as the the session session started started I'm I'm Charles Charles to to look look at at my my

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Former NYT Journalist Alex Berenson Exposes the Biggest COVID Lies

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 10 hrs ago

Former NYT Journalist Alex Berenson Exposes the Biggest COVID Lies

"I want to just reiterate the book title pandemia, how coronavirus hysteria took over our government rights and lives. So let me ask you a broad question and we can kind of navigate it. Has there been any evidence to show that the death count is there a difference to have dying with COVID or because of COVID? Is there truth to that line of questioning? So this is an interesting one. And this is one where I think because I'm not a conspirator conspiracy theorist. My my view on this is quite a bit more nuanced than it's made out to be. And you may have read or you may have heard, oh, only 6% of people who died from COVID actually died from COVID. You know, the CDC says. And that's not true. Okay. What the CDC said was there were no underlying conditions in 6% of people. Here's the thing, COVID definitely killed a lot of Americans and people around the world last year in this year. We know that because and I go into this in the book, overall deaths were up quite a bit last year in the United States and Europe and in other parts of the world. I mean, they weren't up nearly as much as you would think if you'd watch CNN and MSNBC all the time, but they were still up. A couple million people died from COVID last year. And, you know, 60 million people die worldwide, a couple million from COVID. So it's a real killer, but it isn't, you know, it isn't a top 5 killer. Here's the other thing. And this is the most important lie about COVID that's, you know, that was told from the very beginning. Most of those people were very old and very sick and many of them who weren't very old or very sick were morbidly obese, meaning their life expectancies in many cases they might be three months, 6 months, a year, two years. The idea that COVID strikes down people, not just in the prime of their lives, but sort of healthy 60 year olds is just not

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Exposing the Ignorance and Evil Behind the Pandemic with Alex Berenson

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 10 hrs ago

Exposing the Ignorance and Evil Behind the Pandemic with Alex Berenson

"Yes, so let's just start there. I mean, February 2020, you were like investigating marijuana and other things and then the virus comes and you just decided, I'm gonna start looking into this and I started to come across your stuff on sub stack where, you know, Aaron gin, who you might know is another guy that was really into it in the early days. And I was so outspoken about the lockdowns and I was we were really into it because I really had nothing else to do. Everything was locked down. And I'm by no means an expert, but just my common sense instincts that something's wrong and you are so informative and so courageous early on, walk us through that because you probably never planned to be center stage of one of the most important medical issues that humanity's ever faced. No, I certainly didn't. And, you know, I was working on a book about really about U.S. drug policy that would have been and I hope to write one day still a follow-up to tell your children sort of broadly about this, you know, the epidemic of legalization, the sort of very broad campaign to legalize drugs that we've seen and not just cannabis, but really all drugs that we've seen in the last ten or 15 years. And so I was working on that and then of course, you know, like everybody else, I saw the videos coming out of China. I think we were all pretty nervous back in January and February. And then in March 2020 and I talk about this in pandemia, I've read that Neil Ferguson report the imperial college London report that said, oh, if we don't do anything, 2 million Americans will die, but even worse, if we do, if we do mitigate a million Americans will die and we need to really lock down our society. And, you know, within days that started to happen in New York and California and everywhere else, and then and then amazingly to me, Neil Ferguson totally changed his prediction. Ten days after releasing this report that really shocked the world and pushed the United States and Europe into Loch Ness, he basically said, oh, you know what? I was wrong. I was wrong by 95%. Did I say 500,000 deaths? I'm at 20,000. Okay, so look, the science or the data was evolving very fast around the coronavirus. Back at that time. And everybody's got the right to look at new data and change their views. But what was shocking to me was that the media was not willing to acknowledge what Ferguson had

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Author Alex Berenson on His New Book 'Pandemia'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 10 hrs ago

Author Alex Berenson on His New Book 'Pandemia'

"Alex berenson is with us who I'm a huge admirer of he is an honest, courageous, fact first individual who is the author of a phenomenal new book called pandemia. How coronavirus hysteria took over our government rights and lives. Alex berenson in a prior life was a reporter for The New York Times, a financial fraud reporter and author of tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence, but we are here to talk about pandemia Alex. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Well, thank you so much for having me. And so Alex, let's just start with the whole kind of theme of the book and your journey with this topic. Let's start there, which is please before. It's interesting because you mentioned that I wrote about, you know, financial fraud for the times. And I did, but for a number of years, I covered the drug industry. And I think that that actually really informed a lot of pandemia and certainly my coverage of the vaccines in the last year. Because it really taught me about the complexities of what drug companies do and the way they can manipulate clinical trial data and science without lying, but manipulate it in ways that really work to their advantage to the disadvantage of the public. But even going back before that, you know, because I was a reporter who focused on finance, very sort of numbers have I was not a political reporter. I was not really a personalities reporter. You know, when I started to see stuff, it didn't add up in terms of what the government was reporting. And not so much, you know, it's not like I'm saying the government made up data what I'm saying is the way the data was presented was fundamentally untrue. And so I had the confidence to speak out about that on Twitter from, you know, from sort of very early on from late March 2020. And it made me, I guess, you know, a prominent voice in the anti lockdown community. And it also made me hated by the people who I had worked with at The New York Times because I mean, honestly, I think they viewed me as a class trader. I had these opinions that people who they worked with weren't supposed to

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Elon Musk: ‘Government Is Simply the Biggest Corporation, With the Monopoly on Violence’

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 11 hrs ago

Elon Musk: ‘Government Is Simply the Biggest Corporation, With the Monopoly on Violence’

"297 billion dollars. That is Elon Musk's net worth. Can you believe that? I mean, it just seems like a couple years ago. It was like 50 billion. Before I remember when Elon Musk is net worth was like $10 billion. Elon Musk is worth nearly 300 $1 billion. He is the world's wealthiest man. And Elon Musk is one of the few people that you could call in the ruling class that is red pilling people by the millions. Do you notice the activist press though doesn't really cover everything Elon says, but it's okay. He's so rich. He's so big. I just want to say Elon, if you're listening to this, please go buy all the media companies and make them less corrupt. You're worth $300 billion. You could do it. Or go start your own honestly. Let's go to cut 43. Elon Musk was asked about the vaccine. And said this, play cut 43. It does not make sense to take the job of capital allocation away from people who have demonstrated great skill in capital allocation and give it to an entity that has demonstrated very core skill in capital allocation, which is the government. You can think of the government essentially as a corporation in the limits. The government is simply the biggest corporation with the monopoly on violence. And where you have no recourse. I want to reemphasize what he just said. That is one of the most red pilled statements I have heard. From anyone, with a net worth over a $100 billion, the government is simply a big corporation with a monopoly on violences from a Wall Street Journal interview. And they have no recourse. Elon Musk has just articulated one of the core beliefs of the founding fathers better than anyone that I've seen in recent memory, the government has monopoly on violence and right now we do not have a check and balance against them. Hello James Madison, your original thesis and now being articulated by the world's

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With jury set, Potter trial turns to opening statements

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 11 hrs ago

With jury set, Potter trial turns to opening statements

"Opening opening arguments arguments begin begin today today in in the the trial trial for for the the former former Minnesota Minnesota police police officer officer who who fatally fatally shot shot black black motorist motorist Dante Dante right right but but says says she she was was trying trying to to use use a a taser taser not not her her gun gun prosecutors prosecutors will will tell tell jurors jurors that that former former Brooklyn Brooklyn center center police police officer officer Kim Kim potter potter had had been been well well trained trained on on the the use use of of a a taser taser several several times times in in her her twenty twenty six six year year career career and and that that she she should should be be convicted convicted of of manslaughter manslaughter because because she she consciously consciously chose chose to to use use force force on on Dante Dante right right drawing drawing pointing pointing in in manipulating manipulating a a weapon weapon during during an an April April eleventh eleventh traffic traffic stop stop captured captured on on her her body body cam cam video video the the defense's defense's potter potter made made an an innocent innocent mistake mistake pulling pulling her her hand hand gun gun instead instead of of her her taser taser as as the the twenty twenty year year old old right right tried tried to to drive drive away away while while officers officers were were trying trying to to arrest arrest him him the the mostly mostly white white jury jury will will hear hear the the case case in in the the same same courtroom courtroom used used for for the the trial trial of of former former Minneapolis Minneapolis police police officer officer Derek Derek Chauvin Chauvin who who was was found found guilty guilty of of killing killing George George Floyd Floyd in in twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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The Biden Regime Is More Concerned With Ukraine's Borders Than Our Own

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 12 hrs ago

The Biden Regime Is More Concerned With Ukraine's Borders Than Our Own

"Why don't we have U.S. troops on the southern border? Why do we not have U.S. Marines on the southern border, Texas border patrol? A new Texas National Guard I should say. No, it's because the American ruling class, including establishment Republicans, by the way. They are perfectly fine with an open southern border in with America, but they want to make sure that the border with Ukraine and Russia is strictly controlled. Why don't we have satellite imagery of the southern border? Why is The New York Times not covering the fact how many getaways have there been so far this year over a million, right? A million criminals that have come into our country, 1 million people. 1.7, I'm sorry. 1.7 million criminals that have waltzed into our country. Yet we have to be propagandized that the biggest concern to our republic is some sort of ancestral blood dispute over Russian Ukrainian borders. I don't care. Fight it out. People say, well, Charlie, Ukraine's a democracy, like yes, stop fooling yourself, okay? Is Russia less Russia more corrupt than Ukraine? Yeah, probably. If all of a sudden you think America's role with our time or energy and our resources needs to go police, the border policy of another country while our own border policies are laughing stock. Who are you actually representing, by the way?

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Why Is America Getting Mixed Up in Foreign Wars When We Have a Mess at Home?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 12 hrs ago

Why Is America Getting Mixed Up in Foreign Wars When We Have a Mess at Home?

"Angela Cote via wrote the book literally called the ruling class. He was also probably one of the wisest foreign policy experts ever. And for those of you listening that want to get a really good understanding of how we should approach American foreign policy, Angela Kota villa was one of the most prudent. One of the most fair and pro American thinkers. And challenge the CIA and the security apparatus unfortunately, he died tragically. I was supposed to spend time with him, actually, he was unable to make it because he got COVID and he died of something else. It was awful. But he had this, the reason I bring up Angela Kota villa and Michael Anton, who's with hillsdale college. That's a great actual reminder that I have to tell you about hillsdale, the wonderful hillsdale college Beacon of the north, Michael Anton, who is not, doesn't necessarily agree with everything that Angela coded via says, but is, in some ways, disciple, I don't want to speak for him, but he would say this better than I could, which is you should not get involved in foreign conflicts if you have extensive domestic problems at home. What are you doing saber rattling across the world? Trying to resolve border disputes when our when our own border is wide open, we have inflation, the country is politically divided and you have a regime that is wildly unpopular. Well, that is exactly what the security apparatus is doing. Partly to distract away from the failed regime of Biden, but also to try and feed the fire of the military industrial complex because look, if you're the military industrial complex, you're looking at Pfizer AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin Northrop Grumman Boeing, they say, hey, come on, cut us in for some of this. We got no wars going on right now. Front page of the New York Times, on Ukrainian front, warily awaiting the worst. After 8 years of war, grim anticipation of Russian invasion. So now we are being fed a nonstop line that we should care about the Russian Ukrainian border

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The Branch Covidians Want Power

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 13 hrs ago

The Branch Covidians Want Power

"Okay, so John, what shall we discuss my friend? What do you have a new piece that just went live extreme dot org? And the title is something I think would catch people's attention. And the time Liz, they don't care how many die. The branch convinces want power. Branch COVID. That is my tarantula. The videos, right? COVID, and it's my curious, neologism. What are you doing there, my friend? I'm talking about the new religion that is being imposed on us by force by the state. Yeah. I have determined that COVID, there's no explaining COVID according to epidemiology. Something with this low a death rate for most normal people, something for which there are real and provable treatments that help. The idea that this is become a global panic and a pretext for the destruction of all our basic personal freedoms. This isn't just a disease. This is a new religion. I wish I would I wish I could disagree with you. But it seems to me, I mean, look, let's be clear. We know this is a real disease. We also know that the occasion of this outbreak over the last almost two years has enabled people to do things that we never dreamt could happen in our lifetimes. That's a fact. Now there are many questions. The question is, did somebody plan this ahead of time or did they just seize the opportunity the way Hitler and goring freaked out when the Reichstag burned down? Did they just say, hey, great opportunity for us to crush our enemies? Or was there planning? I don't

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Publisher scraps plans to release book by Chris Cuomo

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 19 hrs ago

Publisher scraps plans to release book by Chris Cuomo

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi are are reporting reporting a a planned planned book book by by Chris Chris Cuomo Cuomo has has been been canceled canceled a a planned planned book book by by former former CNN CNN host host Chris Chris Cuomo Cuomo has has been been canceled canceled it's it's the the latest latest fallout fallout for for Cuomo Cuomo who who was was fired fired by by CNN CNN Saturday Saturday after after more more information information came came to to light light about about his his role role in in helping helping his his brother brother former former New New York York governor governor Andrew Andrew Cuomo Cuomo responded responded to to sexual sexual harassment harassment allegations allegations Cuomo Cuomo had had been been suspended suspended indefinitely indefinitely after after the the New New York York Attorney Attorney General General released released records records showing showing he he was was more more involved involved in in his his brother's brother's defense defense efforts efforts than than previously previously known known the the book book had had been been scheduled scheduled for for the the fall fall of of twenty twenty twenty twenty two two and and was was billed billed in in part part as as a a provocative provocative analysis analysis of of the the harsh harsh truth truth is is that that the the pandemic pandemic and and trump trump years years of of exposed exposed about about America America hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Instagram launches tool urging teens to take a break

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 19 hrs ago

Instagram launches tool urging teens to take a break

"Instagram Instagram has has added added a a tool tool to to suggest suggest teens teens take take a a break break in in a a bid bid to to protect protect young young users users from from the the potentially potentially harmful harmful effects effects of of social social media media Instagram Instagram has has launched launched a a feature feature that that urges urges teenagers teenagers to to take take a a break break from from scrolling scrolling if if they've they've been been on on the the photo photo sharing sharing platform platform for for a a while while in in a a blog blog post post today today Instagram Instagram head head Adam Adam Mosseri Mosseri says says young young users users in in the the U. U. S. S. U. U. K. K. and and several several other other English English speaking speaking countries countries we'll we'll see see notifications notifications and and the the urge urge to to set set reminders reminders to to take take more more breaks breaks going going forward forward the the company company says says it's it's developing developing new new features features to to be be stricter stricter about about what what it it posts posts and and hashtags hashtags it it recommends recommends their their first first tools tools for for parents parents will will roll roll out out early early next next year year the the company company and and its its owner owner Facebook Facebook now now renamed renamed meta meta platforms platforms is is weathering weathering backlash backlash about about not not doing doing enough enough to to rein rein in in harmful harmful content content must must area area scheduled scheduled to to testify testify before before a a Senate Senate subcommittee subcommittee on on Wednesday Wednesday afternoon afternoon I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Taking a Stance About Ukraine Protects Our Own Interests

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 20 hrs ago

Taking a Stance About Ukraine Protects Our Own Interests

"And sometimes and sometimes when we're united in voice against an enemy sometimes we should embrace that The more the merrier in this case and not just Russia China and Iran So it's not a matter of America intervening in Ukraine It is about our own interests I hear it said over and over again By people I like and people I don't like What is it 7000 miles away It's 5000 miles away How can it hurt us We don't fight wars in Lawrence Kansas We don't fight wars in New York Pennsylvania We don't fight wars and plattsville California We fight wars overseas And now the enemy has advanced technology Used to be that the oceans protected us Now it's a minimal protection The enemy has submarines too They have underwater missiles they can launch with nuclear warheads that are merged that is multiple nuclear warheads We saw them led to them We can thank the Clinton administration Remember there I remember the days the Chinese couldn't get a rocket off the ground It was the late 1990s Oh what a difference 20 years makes So what are we supposed to do People who speak out against what Russia's doing somehow our bloodthirsty extremists who need a war to fight I kind of propaganda Really gives aid and comfort to the

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Will Mark Levin or Ric Grenell Ever Be Invited Back to the Reagan Library?

Mark Levin

00:31 sec | 20 hrs ago

Will Mark Levin or Ric Grenell Ever Be Invited Back to the Reagan Library?

"And you know what Rick grinnell Because you've spoken out you will never be invited to that library because I have said the things I've said today and said yesterday I won't either despite the fact I've been the biggest draw there Now isn't it Let me just finish very quickly I think that's true But I'm the guy as U.S. ambassador to Germany When the Germans said for ten years they wouldn't put up a Reagan statue I redid the entire embassy of the United States overlooking the Brandenburg gate And I put up the Reagan

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"next  year" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"next year" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"Democrats in washington meeting sweeping three point five trillion dollar federal spending plan and to pay for it. They're proposing two trillion dollars in tax increases plus other tax law changes. That could take effect early next year. So how can you prepare in order to limit the bite that the government will potentially take out of your wallet. Wsj tax reporter. Laura saunders has been running the numbers and she's here to talk about it. Laura thanks for coming on the show. Thanks so much for having me now. Laura so for the tax increases. We're talking about are just proposals. So why should people think about getting paperwork together and reviewing their tax situation now well once we have proposals that have legislative language and a you know a revenue estimate. It becomes much more likely that they're going to pass. Sometimes they don't sometimes they drop out some homes they then they come back a year or two or five years later but These are serious proposals and so we think people should be familiar with them and maybe get ready to do things so that if they do pass they can act quickly because that might be further on in a year. Closer to the end of the year and many many of these proposals take effect january. One twenty twenty two. Yeah a lot of debates to come. So let's get into some of the specifics here. One change on the table would make adjustments to tax brackets the income levels at which different tax rates kick in. So how would the current tax bracket system change and happen tax payers. Get ahead of that. This is important. President van made a promise that he wouldn't raise taxes on people making less than four hundred thousand dollars. In this case the top rate would go up from thirty seven percent to thirty nine point six percent but the top bracket would come down to Single filers making more than four hundred and joint. Fowler's making more than four fifty and so those are lower thresholds than we have right now and people that are especially people with one time gains like the cell of a house that has very a lot of appreciation in it. They could be caught by this. You should just be familiar especially if you're going to have a windfall this year okay. There's a lot going on here. Sounds like a good reason to check in with a tax professional. I think so whenever you have any kind of windfall or large gain you should always check with the tax professional and do it before the end of the year. When you still have time to do things don't do it. After the end of the year now most people would stocks and other assets have seen those values rise as the stock market goes higher and higher. How could the proposed plan affect capital gains taxes. If they were to sell assets well it can make a big difference because the top capital gains right could go from twenty three point. Eight percent to twenty eight point eight percent and for people with more than five million dollars of income. Which of course is not a lot of people There's an extra three percentage points on top of that so i think that goes takes us to what thirty one point eight but to go back the rosin the capital-gains right won't affect a lot of people making one hundred or two hundred or three hundred thousand dollars a year. It will affect single filers making more than four hundred thousand and joint filers making more than four hundred fifty thousand and what if somebody owns currency how would they be affected several ways but the one of the main ones is the this would extend what we call the. Wash sale rules to cryptocurrencies. They haven't applied to cryptocurrencies. And this is not for people holding assets in retirement accounts. But if you have crypto in a taxable account which many people do. They're currently. There is no rule that prevents you from taking a loss and buying the asset back the next day. Usually you have to wait thirty days either thirty days before or thirty days after you can't have the loss to offset your gains unless you wait that period of time and so cryptocurrency investors have had a really nice deal from the tax cut. 'cause they can take losses and if they still believe in the position they can jump back in a so. Take your losses before the end of the year if you want to buy back crypto currency assets because you may not have this chance again. No laura there's also been talk of congress considering expanding state and local tax deductions often referred to assault beyond the ten thousand dollar cap. That was put in place a couple of years ago. What would that mean for people living in more expensive areas. Well i think. I we have to be clear that there is no proposal to expand salt deductions now. It just could come back. The this bill is very fluid. We only have the ways and means committee version. We don't know what's going to happen on the floor of the house. We don't know what's going to happen with the senate and so we don't know what's going to happen with salt deductions. They're not there but they could come back. That would mean that people in hot tax areas may be more able to next year to deduct state and local taxes that they can't deduct this year when there's a ten thousand dollar cap per return but we don't know what's going to happen other a few as the tax proposal could affect retirement savers. You take us through that yes. These proposals would affect a range of people who save in retirement accounts. Such as 401k's ira's roth ira's now. Some of them won't affect many people. And those are things like the ones that make you. Take out a lot of money from your retirement account if you have more than ten million dollars in it but the ones that have a broader affect our things like back door conversions to roth. Ira's you can put after tax money into an ira or 401k. And then you can convert it to a roth. Ira this would not be allowed anymore. It would just be an outright ban so if you wanna do it back door conversion they gets more money into your retirement plans then i would suggest doing it this year and then finally a lot of people make use of tax breaks through charitable contributions. How the tax package on the table change things there. Well in general if tax rates go up at the top then the value of deductions gets greater as well so if you're planning to make a major charitable donation. You might wanna think about whether it's better to do it this year or next year. There are a lot of nuances to that decision. Because there's some expiring provisions this year so you really would want help on that but in general if you're going to have large deductions charitable possibly state and local. Possibly medical for some people think about whether to push some of them into next year. Or that's wall street journal tax reporter laura saunders laura. It's been great having you with us on the show. Thanks so much for having me. Matrimony briefing im. jr waylon for the wall street journal..

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"next  year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

04:07 min | 3 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"The ten s. I guess yeah tennis i. This is the phone that got me off the pouch. I do not use a pouch anymore. I have patched fits. This and i was using it all this plus cove it. I think really. Because i wasn't leaving the house ever. I only used the patch. When i left the house and eventually the pouch like just found its way like into deep storage and then i would leave the house and not have the pouch. Just i'm off the patch. So this is not i just put it directly in my pocket screen side facing my body as as you do And it's been fine. And i i understand the scratchiness. I believe that the screen probably shows. I'm going to say this. the twelve pro screen shows light scratches. Maybe more than some previous phones. That i personally don't have anything discernible. Except for maybe one super light. I can't even see it anymore. Maybe it was not a scratch. Maybe just some smarts something but like my thing is a pretty pristine. Obviously i take a very careful with my phone or whatever but this is no pouch. I'm just putting in pockets. And if there's any grit in those pockets. So i don't know what he's doing other than just dropping his phone constantly and put in bags with sand and shaking it up now so i'm willing to believe that this surface like essentially scratches more easily. But i think the kinds of scratches we're talking about here are essentially cosmetic and you can mostly only see them when the screen is all for black and that does not that. They're not type of thing that you would feel with your finger that it constituted actual damage. I don't. I'm not sure i can say is for me. Whatever tradeoff apple has been making with this phone which i have dropped onto the floor multiple times. Granted it's been a wooden floor and sometimes the carpet but have dropped it so so whatever compromise. They made in terms of scratch ability versus break ability. Whatever i'm happy with the compromise. This one thing. I'm not happy with the flat. Sides thing not happy with was their move to cases that cover the bottom lip. Because i think that's terrible idea in a phone that you swipe up from the bottom unlock so i had to go on a little hunt that we talked about earlier in the year to find a non apple case non apple case that i liked that had the on the bottom which probably means that you know next year when i get my phone again. I'm going to have gone that same saga for the iphone. Fourteen because apple continued to sell cases. Don't have the thing open on the bottom up having owned this phone for about a year with the opening on the bottom. It's been fine. Nothing's wrong with it. It's not like the bottom gets damaged. Or whatever. And i like it so much better than i have apple. Silicon cases had to limp. I like it so much. Better swabbing from the bottom with no lip there Battery life has been fine again in early. We have the house that much. But it's it's a big. It's a big step up from the ten s so overall. This is one of one of my favorite phones. That i've had like i i. I have the previous phone. That i think i had as much affection for us as soon as the seven because i felt like the seven was kind of the pinnacle of that design. The shape thing the last touch. Id phone the seven which is really perfected that form and this is the first iteration of this flat sided thing and i think it did pretty well with the setting aside those caveats so i've been happy with it. I think it's great. And like i said i'm kind of glad that i don't have to have the stress over. Oh do i desperately want the the the thirteen pro camera. But i'm afraid of the size of the bump and like i. I don't have any of that stress. Because i'm just going to stick with my twelve problem. My wife got that camera and she doesn't care about the bump because but what have to worry about for her is. She doesn't care about the bumping. She constantly uses a battery case because her phone is just a pokemon. Go console and go destroy your battery so her phone is useless without a giant battery case but the thirteen pro does not have a giant battery from apple. Has that stupid stick on thing which has not enough battery capacity to withstand polka mining. That she will do so. I think she's probably going to have to end up buying a third party. I've owned thirteen pro battery case which will make her phone even more gargantuan and maybe once you have that thing on it the size of the camera bump is the least ear concerns because it's just a gigantic heavy barbs up so she'll probably be fine with it and like get an. I will steal it farmer to take pictures really awesome camera system. But i'm happy to wait for the fourteen now..

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"next  year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"And video standards and limits and performance sort of catch up what humans find useful and then we will shift that the technology efforts to other things. Maybe the ar vr or something like that or whatever. But that's what i thought about looking at this. If the phone can shoot progress like you know right now you're is it red. Is the camera company that makes us really expensive cameras. Yup there's like the the ari alexa or whatever you have these cameras that cost as much as a car and they can do amazing things then you have a phones which can do amazing things for a phone but still at the same and eventually not those things will converge. But eventually the difference between them won't be that one of them can capture at high resolution. higher frame rate. The difference will be like you know more about the quality of what captures maybe and much less about Know the the specs the frame rate in the size of the pixels so before we kind of wrap. I was thinking about the presentation and it was good like i. I don't think any of anything about it was particularly remarkable to me. I don't think any of the products released. Have me over the moon which is fine. That's not necessarily a bad thing but it occurred to me. I don't know if anyone else feels this way. I wonder if you guys feel this way. It definitely felt like an s year to me. It felt like yeah. We've specked bumped everything it's better steadily better. But i don't think that there was anything revolutionary which is fine. that's okay. It doesn't have to be revolutionary every year. But i was a little surprised i almost feel like if i were if i were in charge of naming these things not necessarily because i'm trying to sell them but because i'm trying to accurately represent what they are i feel like this is definitely a twelve pro s or what have you which is a terrible name of a modest. But you know what i mean like. It's it's not. I don't feel like these are dramatically different phones and what we got. Last year i particularly in the proline. It's a spectrum which is fine. I'm not complaining. But i don't know it just nothing. Nothing about the presentation was a except i guess. The the ipad mini come to think of it but other than that about nothing about the presentation. Other than the i've had many was particularly like knock your socks off. Do you guys have that feeling as well. Let's start with marco or am. I just being curmudgeon. No i was even thinking as long as you were starting to say what i say is like is the biggest jump and i would say. It's the cameras in the phones but the phones taken as a whole. I think you're right. It is kind of you know quote an s. year which i i know it's kind of a term that people throw around you know in a derogatory manner but but i think it's it's it's kind of a a fairly low syria normally what an s you're typically means is. The outside of the phone looks the same but it gets major upgrades on the inside. That's usually what what then what happens and i. I don't even know if this may drug great. So we'll see maybe. The screens are amazing. Because we can't you can't tell with a high frame rate screen how much that's going to affect you by by watching a video presentation about it just never gonna is. You're not going to know how it looks and feels in real life so it's possible once we get these phones that the screens really are incredible. but again the only going to get that difference on the on the pro line if you're not looking to buy a pro phone. I think it's actually a pretty small year for you. Like if you're looking at the mini or the twelve or thirteen regular I think that's it's not a big deal. I think for those phones. And if i was not gonna probably jumped the pro. I wouldn't be that excited about this upgrade from the twelve mini to thirteen many But that being said most people don't buy phones every year only like us do so and only two of us. Even you know so so you. I think You know for for most people you hear the same thing from all the tech podcast. Well certain things were a small upgrade this year. Bud big upgrade from the phone. You have two three or four years old. So that's and that's how most people by phones so makes sense that you know this isn't it's not that big of a deal when it's not like a big jump here but overall this isn't a big jump here. I think for the phone or the watch. The watch even seems smaller. You know like in as like you know how much it matters. The watch seems like a an even more minor update than Than the phone But you know and part of this might be apple's putting on a good face but they're coming out of a global pandemic. That really disrupted everybody's work. They're in the middle of a severe like chip and parts shortage in the industry. Like i think the reason why they bought so many fifteen. I actually disagree with john. I don't think it's because they're putting a bunch of things. I think it's related to the chip shortage. And they just had to place a big order to you. Know be handle that navigate that in a responsible way. But you know apple's trying to pretend like all this stuff isn't going on and trying to keep up the same press release cycle that. They're like most companies. I think would would possibly not able to release a phone at the same time this year as they do have other year. Because things are so disrupted in the supply chain and everything else but apple apple did but maybe they had to cut some stuff too because they couldn't get it done in time through all this stuff even going through. So i think that could be part of why this is kind of a minor year And for everyone else out there like who is you know kind of like. Nah about a lot of the stuff. Well good for you. If you're if none of the stuff is really that important to you. You can save some money this year. Not by no. I have to respectfully disagree with you if you really are disappointed with the offerings this year. But you really want to have a similarly sized hole in your pocket. Let me direct you. First to saint jude. Dot org and subsequent to that issue p dot..

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Accidental Tech Podcast

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Put into make it better but who really knows and i. I would assume then working on old products like that i would. I would pitch for the people listening to this. Is the is only eighty bucks more right. So just by a knockoff ban from for way less money than apple charges and and save money for an extra month and just get the se. It's like margot's already. Outline is so much better than the series three and the prices are close enough that you just wait a little longer. Get a cheap banned from amazon and get the se instead. Yeah because not only. Is it so much better in lots of ways it will also last longer because it doesn't have such ancient hardware like for eighty bucks more you get two or three year old better hardware than like. It's it's a pretty big jump in hardware specs and its way i use it so much faster and has the has the more. Modern screen supports all the more modern watch faces complications and everything else. So it's just so much better all those ways plus it will last you long in software support and in performance. All right. well. I'm sorry. Everyone about series three. But you know here we are are. They did a little bit with jay. Blahnik with regard to fitness plus. I've been using fitness plus a fair bit over the last few months and i really like it a lot. It's certainly not for everyone. But i quite like it It's joining fifteen new countries later. This fall they will continue to do workouts only in english release. That's what they implied but they will subtitle in six languages There will there will be new pilates. Workouts new guided meditations There will be workouts to quote. Get you ready for snow season quote and then they they did something which was probably the smarter thing to do but it is not what i wanted them to do. They are now going to do group workouts and they specifically said it is powered by share. Play which is delayed But they said you can work out with up to thirty two people at once and do this remotely. Unfortunately they made no mention of doing anything where it's anything like. I want to do. Which is aaron. And i working out on the same tv doing the same workout at the same time on tv. That's what i wanna do. And they don't seem to care about that they want you to buy your own ipad or television or phone or what has bye-bye a second apple. Tv second television. Xbox is in the house plan. Hello exactly so. I still think it's neat and i know a lot of people that don't do apple fitness plus workouts but do like other work each body workouts while simultaneously on zoom or or teams. Or what have you to cheer each other on and so on and so forth. That's not personally for me. But i know a lot of people that do it and so i think this is a very good idea. I think it's an clever use of share play. Unfortunately it doesn't fix the problem that i have but you know you can't win them. All we brought to you this week by lynn owed my favorite place to run servers. Visit leno dot com slash. Atp and see node has been voted the top infrastructure as a service provider by both g. Too and trust radius for me it's quite simple affirm for web host that i'm using hosting servers number one to me is price number two is capabilities number three support because those are generally my priorities when hosting stuff and lynn owed nails all of those things. It's incredible how good they are at all of those looking it no matter what our think you're gonna find. Leno is pretty great for hosting your servers. What whether you have small needs like one or two servers or whether you're doing something bigger like i've run about thirty servers there. I started out with just one. And it's it's been great the entire time. It's super easy. They have all sorts of capabilities. You might need. They have a full. Api they have lots of like a guides and everything support documents online. They support if you need to concentrate. Support team is very very good and very knowledgeable. They support everything that modern things might need. Tools like tear form. Cooper netties all sorts of specialty plan like gps compute plans. A block.

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Accidental Tech Podcast

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"With the back of the red one the back of the orange one. The fronts are all very pale and best. Al which i think was sort of intentional. Not be distracting. But i i think the imax like in total service area. The are also bolt college. Just not on the side that you look at fair enough But yeah ultimately like the colors in general look pretty good and the aluminum this year and i think am i correct. The titanium and steel colors did not change but this generation. I'm just looking at it. Them and keynote where they have a lineup of five. Watches and the keynote with various callers. I almost feel like apple is sort of on. Its way but not quite willing to embrace. The everything's in automotive analogy the car thing so ever knows when you buy a car. Rarely do you buy a car and get to choose color like purple or pink right. They all have stupid. Names like starlight. Right they're all even. The white is not called white. It's called like you know. Pearl opal essence. Pearl white or whatever. There's always some fancy name for any color and so we've got space gray which defensible name got starlight pink and purple. Why did you call pink and purple or something to interesting by the way the watch does not come in space gray anymore either. It comes in midnight which was like a very dark grayish blue so it's close like midnight and starlight are close to space gray and silver. But they're subtly not midnight is darker than any space grays ever been for sure. Well i in the pictures. It's it's hard to tell but they also offer something just called blue which is significantly lighter looking than last year's blue series six. So we'll see how this goes i. We might have to see these inverse by the way read. Red ring on the.

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"next  year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Got nine hundred dollars. Nine hundred ninety nine dollars. Mac bogere but it's got a stupid ipad chip in it and flip side. No one gets the ipad pro and says oh it's got the stupid mac ship in it. Everybody likes it. They make good silicon by their products. You know the chatroom pointed out a little. While ago and i did not notice during the presentation the volume buttons are now the top the same plane as the touch. Id button. oh you're right. I did not notice that. I think it's because the pencil takes up the entire side of the darn thing. See at the two little start. Yeah i think you're right. It's it's got to be the pencil. I did not notice that. I think that's reasonable for the many like especially if you're using it in landscape mode la that's the whole mystery of the ipad and i think the the ones that i was gonna say the ones that face idea but this one doesn't have face eddie but it looks like it might doesn't the ones that don't have home button on the front of it. There's less of a sort of hardware opinion about what is the correct orientation ignoring the logo on the back which is going to be covered by case whatever anyway so in that scenario having like he's oh there on the top but really they're on the side if you constantly using it landscape. It's very confusing. I think it's fine. I think it's a perfectly reasonable compromise for the pencil because the pencil is great. And you definitely want the one that sticks. This is so much better than that stupid. Lightning harpoon or harpoon was generous. No that was more like the you know the the they're really excited pencil unicorn. Horn narwhal much better. I one thing. I thought was really funny. Though about the many is that you know they they have the you know the face. Idei ipad generation design here. You you mentioned with half face. Id but you know. The the rounded screen corners the edge to edge screen and quotes but the margins like the vessels are on the screen seemed to about the same thickness as on on all the large ipads so when these trickled down to the small screen size it looks proportionate like a much thicker basil and i love they. They kept saying this beautiful edge to edge screen. And you look at this thing and so not edge to edge like it. And i think it looks good but i wouldn't have used that terminology over and over again while showing it onscreen and it's clearly i think we're gonna look at this in ten years and we're gonna laugh how thick this puzzle is. I mean maybe. But like i kind of feel like that. The basil serves a purpose on an ipad is a place for your fingers to go in you grip it and even though even though like i don't know if apple agrees with that because they just feel like we don't care bringing the screen the edge as soon as we can because that's an apple thing to do but if you if you believe in the idea having some amount of place to grip that part should scale with the size of our fingers now with the size of the screen so keeping it the same size now they probably have just again because economies of scale and similarities parts of manufacturing and so and so far the maybe we'll bring to the edge but we said the same thing when they brought in remember from like the original ipad that had like an inch and a half around all sides to grab it that was arguably much better for gripping but it was a lot of wasted space and when they went to this design it was like. Oh there's so much less room to grip and we have to add you know machine learning finger rejections so you remember that whole thing when they went to the you know so. It knows that your thumb. That's not trying to press the button on. This is that you're just grabbing like it causes problems but i think going all the way edge to edge will not necessarily make a better ipad if anything it would just make people start buying cases and they'll grab by the case part. I guess that's the The you know the path of neko core. But i'm i'm kind of i kind of liked the idea. Especially if this is going to be an ipad that a kid might use it that you still have some sort of non screensaver area on the edges to grab the thing now. This looks really good. I'm it's one of those things where i'm glad this exists. Even though it isn't for me. And i feel kind of about the The iphone many which we'll get to in a second. But i'm glad that there is more than just big in huge for ipads. I'm glad that there's something small. And and i have a couple of friends that One is a professional pilot and a couple that are going to get their private pilot's license and they're losing their minds over having a small ipad. That's modern because i guess you know in the in the context of cockpit that it's really really convenient to have an ipad for various different things but nevertheless to have one. That's huge real pain. So they're really super duper excited about this and i'm excited to speaking of the iphone many. I do wonder if apple is will eventually start going towards the idea of an ipad mini pro right because the iphone mini is not the iphone. Many pro it is not a miniature version of the pri- heads. It's a miniature version of the non-pro pro-life owns major version of the non-pro iphones right. And so i was thinking that for someone using it in a cockpit. One of the attributes of the pro ipads as they have the super-duper very bright mini led screen. It's like more than twice as bright as this thing. And if you're gonna use it in a sunny chocolate of an airplane you'd probably want a screen brighter than this one. But you can't get it because they don't sell a pro mini with that type of thing. presumably apple knows what the market for. This looks like but yeah. This has got an eight fifteen but if hundred screen but the good pencil but you know not promotional you know it's kind of it's a very. It's a little bit better than the ipad air But they're they're close now. They've got the same design the top end ship. You could add another hundred bucks or so to this and come up with an ipad. Mini perot That would actually be pretty cool. But probably the same reason they don't make an iphone. Many pro does just not enough demand for it. But i think that that tension continues to exist in apples line where they will diversify in both size and features but there is always a little pocket and say you know what we're not making a pro in non-pro variant of what usually ends up being the small just because we think we're diversified enough. You really want the small size. You're going to deal with compromise. Otherwise.

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"next  year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

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"next  year" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

06:23 min | 3 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"And we're just talking to a lot of creators television. Who made interesting stuff you consider. That's all what were you gonna say why. I wanna tell you about my favorite discovery. This emmy season. And it is. So seth meyers whose might wanna all time favorite comedians my favorite weekend update host my favorite late night host. He's nominated for an emmy. He has won emmy only one. He deserves more but he's nominated in a fun. Category which is outstanding short form. Comedy drama. A variety series. It's kind of place where you'd find carpool karaoke. And stuff like that. And it is four the segment that he started doing just like a few months ago. In the early spring i would say Which is called corrections where he it's an online only thing so you can go to youtube right now and watch all of them. There's a channel under the like late. I was myers thing called just corrections where he sits at his desk and he addresses like youtube comments about things he got wrong and it is like it. Is you watch from the beginning because this is the thing really jokes build on jokes. He is like inside jokes with commenters he like. All of a sudden like easter egg started appearing on his desk like funny little like campaign for the stars appearing as part of it. I just like i have this conversation with him. That's going to be up dot com. So i had to watch a couple to prepare for that. But then i just watched all of them because they were so fun and so good and it's sort of sat at his best which is something that he's done in in this weird cova time is. He stopped wearing suits like even when he went back into the studio. He's not wearing suits anymore. Yeah he like other late night. Hosts brought audience is back in he. Hasn't it's like his writers and producers and his cameraman and stuff like that so it was just sort of like a little bit of laughter and in but it really works in an interesting way. There's an interesting article that interview. That mike ryan did with on uproxx with seth and with mike shoemaker. The producer about like. Mike ryan was making the case. Like never bring me audience back so. It's actually better this way and i think i agree. I think it's it's really really fun and interesting so i really recommend you go check that out. I had such a time watching them. His increased exasperation. Everyone telling him that this is bad for him. It's just it's a comedy spiral and then therapy all at once. Spiral loved it. So yeah i would recommend that and check out our our chat with him up dot com. What are you what are you want highlight gedi well. I've just been so excited about this series that our colleague girka afford really spearheaded and has done the bulk of the work on where we've got people who are nominated who have worked together previously talking to each other which is the round table format really could get a bunch of nominees together to to kind of talk has existed a lot of places and we've been kind of trying to think about like what is a fresh take on this beacon to a directors had this idea to people who are nominated but who have a history together to reunite on zoom and the first one. She did so spectacular. It's michaela coal and cynthia borrego. Who had worked together and chewing gum. Which was michaela's like first tv series The now obviously michaela coals for destroy. You and cynthia revolt made for her aretha. Franklin i was gonna say bio pic tv series. I don't know what you call it that. Tv movie many may maybe can just pick but anyway they just have such an intense conversation. I think you only have with someone who you know that. Well about like people who they've worked with who have not respected them properly on set and mechanical talks about how like now that she's made i made like may never again which i found really like you know what you've made something that good do whatever you want. It's so good. There's one with billie portering. Evan peters who i know we do unite spend time talking about him in peter's loved his work on east town and they work together on pose. I was on zoom with v. Digs and tracy ellis ross. Who she's needed for ish and he is on me for hamilton. A enjoyed asking him like what it is to continually be nominated for awards for something that you made like. Sue is very strange. There's just such a great series. And i think a really exciting example of what we're able to do we have this whole awards insider section and people who are devoted to just doing this covering these people who are not for emmys and eventually be oscars of fulltime. So please go check some of those out As i said i'm voting starts this week. So we'll be kind of wrapping up our nominees coverage this in the next and then we look forward to. That should still be happening this. We seem to think right now. I personally hope they do. And that is another thing that is Sort of acting nimbly in response to what's going on because they've they've announced a few changes about how the ceremony itself was going to operate. And who knows what the truth will be. Come come the night of. But but yeah i mean. We're all trying our best of someone's a normal cnn to celebrate the things like kept us same or relatively so in lockdown. Yeah in some of these interviews. And then also i moderated conversation for sag with joshua connor coroner and they kind of talked about how mike how much they want to go to the emmys and see each other and celebrate in person and we get the sense. That for sometimes award season can be a slog for these guys that they're like doing the same events and seeing the same people but having not done in person has really taken a toll on the barry jenkins talk to rebecca about this about how he'd like when he's when he was nominated for moonlight or when he was on the circuit verbiage street could talk like he met all these other directors and creative people and he hasn't done any of that this year so i really feel for them that they've lost that sense of community. When you spend a year in editing room making your movie and then you reemerge like you probably look forward to that to getting to interact with your peers and away. You can't anywhere else. i mean. I hope they get everything they want. Everyone will be a wimmer winner if they just get to go to the emmys who wins the trophy. I mean it's just. It's so hard to make any prediction about what's going to happen. We're all sort of like braced. I suppose is how i feel so.

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"next  year" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Get Up!

"Guy is receiving the ball in the shotgun. I mean defense is seaworthy. Ball is all the time he still makes plays with his legs and with his armed. Now think about all the deception can happen. When his back is turned toward a defense they have to pause that brief hesitate will allow receivers to find openings and for little rollouts right where all the sudden you fake one way. You're rolling the other way you can move the pocket get better pocket protection all of it sets up for better play action down the field type strikes. I love that they're moving towards this. And they're evolving their offense again. We talk about it all the time. Baltim- baltimore needs to evolve their passing offense to catch up with their run and be able to hide things like this. They're doing a great job in evolving. This offense let's teach folks a little something here for those of us. Who didn't play the game chris when when we say evolving. Does this mean that this offense is going to look more like basically all the other offenses in the national football league going forward. I don't think it's going to be standard is to that degree. But i do think to jeff's point that you're going to have more opportunities for deception because you're talking about lamar jackson turning his back to the defense opposing. Defenses aren't used to see in a baltimore. Ravens offense do that. They don't see that from the quarterback spot. And so when you have an offense that's predicated on being able to run the football to have that kind of impact with a quarterback turns his back all of those second level defenders start rushing up to try to get to the line of scrimmage to have run support and that creates a lot on the back end of that defense and opportunities for explosive. Plays in the reason. Why i think the baltimore. Ravens are moving in that direction. Not only because. I think it helps the offense evolve but i also think it helps them answer the question about whether or not lamar jackson is going to be worth the price tag that they're going to have to pay him on a contract extension. I think that's also got to be a critical factor. Because if you're going to play a guy forty plus million dollars a year you want to make sure that the entire playbook is open to your opposite coordinator and seeing whether or not the mark jackson can operate and play action in that. Fashion is going to be a big part. Do you think that remains to some degree in doubt. I think that's a part of it. I mean lamar. Jackson is gonna ask for the moon and the stars whether or not baltimore pays him depends on whether or not we see his evolution as a passer and that has to be a part of kimberley wise. This all a big deal. Well listen anything that any tweaks you can make to make this offense. Explosive consistent and balanced offensively is a no brainer. I cover the ravens week. One game against cleveland and talk leading into that game. The season opener was about lamar ready to take the next step ready for to show show fans in the media and everybody that and other teams and more importantly that he's not just a guy that that will run the ball like run with the football he can beat you with his arm and we haven't seen it enough so that really is the next step for this offense. Also him under center means. I wanna see better timing route to him. And his wide receivers. They've got rashad bateman. They've got guys that got boykin. They thought guys hollywood brown they have receivers now. We need to see them utilize them and make it more balanced.

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"next  year" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Get Up!

"Zero five by the sons they're possesses were. Lebron necessarily wasn't attacking what he was doing greedy. He was pacing himself. That's why lebron james left the game like five or six minutes to go in the previous game. He already started his routine to get ready for tonight's game. And i don't anticipate lebron guam score forty. You need him to be aggressive attacking the basket and beat a lebron caught. The lop off the war caruso. That's one of my favorite place. We need lebron to be an attack. We need him to be aggressive. But i do need thirty five points. It can't just be twenty five points and seven assists. The brian gotta be aggressive. He got us set the tone. You saw jason. Tatum do when the celtics took win. From the nets. Like you see damian. Lillard do when they're trying to advance against the nuggets. Your best player can be score. Like lebron is but also he got to be a bucket. And that's thirty points lease so i want to finish by asking you this here. We are talking about candle. Lakers find a way to get out of the first round as you watch them right now. Are they a legit threat still to win the championship. This year yes. I'm gonna exercise when. I told nick fast to do is be patient. Because they're still the defending world champions. You wanna pay homage to the number. Two seed that means the phoenix. Were better. this regular season. And also chris paul after game due to injury so it really is going to hamper on. Who is the most healthy.

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"next  year" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Get Up!

"Fans. You're not gonna wanna hear this. You overachieved this year. It was the seventy two game season. You had a high four five seat. You got beat by hawks team. That's more talented actually. On their second coach this year gave me a stack on march first. The hawks fired their coach lawyer peers. Their thirty one. It's well since that date. That's the same record as the philadelphia. Seventy sixers so if you're at the knicks nothing knee jerk exercise patients. There's always going to be a great player that gets disgruntled with this situation. And or won't change a couple of years ago. Just think about it. Career vetoed the celtics. He wanted to be there. Kevin durant was a member of the ghost. They were play with the splash. Brothers a couple years later. They both end up with the nets. So if you the knicks exercise patients continue to develop your roster. Continue to build around randall. Continue to develop rj barrack. Joel out quickly to grow. Give mitchell robinson back bill from within allow topping the grow and then when a player gets disgruntled or superstar gets unhappy. That's when you make your move okay. So we'll see the knicks fans. It's going to take a little more time. Meanwhile no time to wait for the lakers. Play their game six tonight. Jalen i want to phrase the question this way does. Anthony davis have to play tonight and be effective for the lakers to win. No because a role players they played better at home and dennis schroder. And casey p play a lot better. So we'll kyle kuzma the bigs get involved. You'll see drama. Catch laws have a double digit boards. You'll see margo soul making threes. They will play better on their home floor. But that doesn't exclude. Lebron james needs to do. And so i saw lebron basically deescalate himself the last couple of games. Their possessions were is four.

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"next  year" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"A great way to get faster if you already did a ton of intervals. That's good. Maybe look at doing race specific ones. Very few athletes do more than enough intervals. It's funny. Coaching athletes everyone rod longer on the endurance rides. No one ever does more us. Are, they are very honest. Another mental mental hurdle to get over is just the mental fatigue of doing intervals right? Even if you're fit enough to do it. One of the things I did this year that we podcasts at about lashed year is one of my goals between nineteen do more intervals and I did and. I have to say they made me faster. They're hard but. I'm. GonNa that's one that we talked about discarding what doesn't work and keep what does definitely do more intervals for twenty twenty. I'm going to be on a more limited training time next year, and so I'm you know when I'm limited on training Tom, a prescribed myself more video two's threshold work. Yeah I'm not going to be able to maybe raise my CTL's higher. So if you're facing that situation a lot of times people. Will maybe they're going to get a raise at work You. Know maybe they're going to have another kid maybe they're going to buy and sell a home. You know who to put a plan into place to address those challenges that you're coming up a lot of times can be answered with intervals. Yeah. That's the whole time rush time crunched athlete thing can also be more sweet spot as well. So. Can you think of any other training ideas to get faster for twenty twenty sleep more? There you go. I think that's I. think that's a counter battery recover better in general I guess but sleep is the number one. You know the base of the pyramid outfits but yeah, I think sleep more I think today's world were just so sleep deprived were stuck on our devices and technology and we just aren't sleeping at not only enough but poorly. Especially for the time crunch people and. You know those of us that are you know training hard or had having lots of goals within the season? Having consistent good sleep is a really important piece of all of this. I couldn't agree more a you know I I work on athletes with this, and that's why I continue to be an advocate getting the whoop. The biggest thing that athletes see right away as I was, I thought I was sleeping eight hours a night but I'm only getting six and a half or seven in that is next level performance. Nice I. Well, if you think of any additional ways to get faster and twenty twenty and you want around him biased, please do so you can do so in the comments and of course, on our forum where we'll post the. This podcast where else should they reach out to? You can send us a comment on youtube or email help at fast cat. Let's not. Let's try to cut down on the. Scrap. Forum I was built our form. Form I would rather spend ten minutes answering a question which everyone on the form can can read than to answer the same question on one on one email twenty times. Yeah. So let's share everything participate in our forum. That's all I got this week. It's a good one. Okay. So in the future going forward, we'll talk about what to do with this review. We kind of eluded to it that the four training idea to get faster, but that will be party podcasts, and if all goes well, next week, we'll be speaking with Mr Cookie man himself gaming we're going to be dissecting the fills Pondo course and Malibu California, nice lot of climbing and I was fortunate enough to do the day with Phil couple years ago. I know a lot of our listeners will be doing it and we're going to give you the rundown. Done with the crusher and road, Ashville and steamboat, and this was a listener generated. IDEA, so Talk with Phil and get the get the low down I. Hope, Phil. If we can schedule it. Properly. And going forward, we're GONNA also talk with coach Jake about the, ice. Man. I haven't. Yet iceman. So could shake. Get Ready. For that. Yet, no Jake we've talked about it, but we haven't scheduled yet But with. I guess that's it. I just say ninety M this Sunday thirty one,.

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"next  year" Discussed on Life in HD

Life in HD

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"next year" Discussed on Life in HD

"NOPE If he stood up astonishingly well at the basic rules which were startling back. Then I'm just making more and more sensitive so true. Oh that's Mitt anything. We've had to change surprising. Chris Kelly thank you for sharing your wisdom with us and on this wonderful work We're GONNA live strong fit and sexy sexy in twenty twenty. I promise you go for it. Thank you in younger next year. Chris Crowley Doctor Henry Lodge give us the blueprint for living healthier longer. Lives when you're thinking about your weight loss and health goals for twenty twenty look beyond simple weight loss I think more broadly about longevity and overall health outcomes exercising six days a week for aerobic and to strength for the rest of your life deterioration deterioration and decay are natural but the rate at which we see. Physical Klein is not a normal part of growing old. According to their research there is a distinction extinction agent k the two right that we can delay the decaying process by changing the signals. We send our bodies the keys to overriding riding the decay code. Our daily exercise emotional commitment reasonable nutrition and real engagement with living but it starts with exercise by taking more control physical fitness and nutrition. We can turn back. The biological clock prevent seventy percent of the normal problems associated with aging that's weakness sore joints and balance eliminate fifty percents serious illness injury and become ten percents smarter. That's how Chris is able to ski. Black diamond slopes in his mid eighties. They get into all the scientists studies behind this lifestyle in the second edition of younger next year. I hope we've we provided you with some proper motivation and tools to be more successful with your resolutions for improved physical appearance and overall health. Thanks for joining us for another life in hd be sure to follow the show for automatic delivery wherever you get your podcast and while you're there be sure to rate the show to help us reach sleeps on Jodi..

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"next  year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"next year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"They got all right so the country music awards. I know you are right up there and hundred music I gotta say why because they tell real songs and I like. I'm a huge fan of rap. Music go really old fashioned melodies and songs and the place you find that and I was in country and they had a big celebration last night and stole the show. Yeah a lot of jokes to anytime dollies around a lot of booby she's Carrie underwood. Last night. Said they were talking about the Wardrobe backstage and she was. She was curious. Why Dali always has the biggest wrecks? The whole exact. I was told to backstage. Ot Inca Performance Miranda Lambert and her husband. A new husband did not stand or applaud when Blake Shelton performed here. Here's you here's my thing. So I respect the fact that he Miranda Lambert husband was in NYPD officer the met in Times Square. He was looking after the good morning. America kissel they met while he was still married and left left his bride for bigger name online too. I know her no. He's bright yes so he was a cop was he married or engaged. He was married married manager. He's working as a policeman in Times Square to insecurity. Gm days were kind of flirting flirted. They connected and pretty much just left and left his wife staring them yet so he did horse. We didn't have an affair behind his wife's back. He wasn't sneaky. He was like that. I can't tell all I know the fact is the she's people of course Gush. I remember to imagine you go home. You know so your husband. Goes Okay Rob. You're going to work later then. Does you met WHO I'm not? There's a story that doesn't get reported very often. But it's true and it's horrible story. Because I love this actress but Julia Roberts husband Danny Motor was married to and he went to work one day. He worked on Julia Movie. And he met Julia Roberts. And what woman what. What's who stands chance and so like your regular great person. She laughs she seats. That's rough your husband goes to work in the morning at six. Am gets his copy uniform his heart by hunting also you later on and then he never comes back because he's hooked up with Miranda. Why didn't they connected? Yeah so having she. She still devastated my own. She's moved on. It's been about two years now but you know it's now that but here's the thing he's he stopped being a police officer which. I understand that but you know what he's doing now he's opening with his quote unquote band for his wife. No He's pretty not yes. He's the opening act so he gets to go out on tour and he he got to travel around the world on a private plane tells could ever imagine now. See when you're an opening tonight. Rob You know this to you. Get on the bus on. You're not on the ultimate in the main axe private pilots onto for longtime with Bon Jovi. I Spun Jon. Bon Jovi's publicist and the opening act was mark McGrath. Sugar and John was on a private plane and I think sugar. Ray was on a bus season. Sugar Ray stayed at the best western like. They don't also at the same hotel but he does. Because he's married to the boss he's going to be the opening act. Tonight is the opening around the country. So the copies coming up with a band. He should wear his police uniform. That's no he's he he now and his whole family was was born and raised in the police department and he gave it up for love love and a better career bigger name. Oh No that story is a Staten Island. Boy How did you? So Staten Island. Hope family he met Miranda and I heard to that before the Ranta He. What's his name? He was Can't remember was very very flirtatious and complementary to many of the staff at Good Morning America films in Times Square and it starts early in the morning on air at seven but the staff get like five o'clock. I used to work for Lara Spencer. I know the GM people pretty well. And I was told that was several people at the show. Beautiful Girl Glock Lampton say. I'm he was very kind to them. And because of his good looks and charm when he should have been to police work he was in the. Gmac studio was a regular upstairs in the dress. So interesting say that You Shark tank right so Barbara Corcoran education very cheeky. But she was saying to just the other day that if you're good looking have a great personality and your outspoken. Very much like you are at times you. You're more likely to get the raise. Get the job and get people's attention so I really I'm average looking guy. I think you're a good looking guy. Tyler I tuned in life. If you just lucky enough to be born attractive right life is different. People treat you differently torch you differently. And he's a very very good looking guy my friends who work at GM said that they and put him in a copy. Uniform people have fetishes especially tourists times so he he would turn up. He's uniform was pressed. He looked macular. Had the tight pants on the magazine like a stripper and they said that when he wanted. All the staff was aware of Brenton. Robin Roberts WHO's gangs? She knew who he wants to do. Amy Robe they all knew like. Oh there's a cop. They might not know his name. Never like Oh love when I was on the h. One morning show. We had a camera guy who was really hot. Just like so hot. We'd sit little table and it was five. Four three two showcase live. Look into this camera and I could see the guys standing behind the camera and I could move one day he was on and I got somebody like a regular Cabraha Guide and I never thought you were in a bad mood today. Duties staring at five o'clock in the body the only thing that made me happy with this really hot guy and we all knew about onset. Everybody's like Oh all right straight night. Probably Nate I I met straightened eight. I was A. Cbs Party at some hotel in baton. Inside inside edition and as Stephen. And WHO's the publicist hair? And Mean Steve who had one too many cocktails and we were like being cheeky. And Norte Gilman from telly. Show and in walked straight nights and US like who he was fresh off the bat from La. And I said to Stephen who is that. I hope party stopped the whole room silent. It was a movie. And it's all the Elvis to round people who looked exhausted. Forbid it's five o'clock at all like slightness were dead. This hotline. He skin was gold and he just his pants tight and he's still got white teeth and he rested and everyone else he's not listening and because we haven't posted this year but as soon as we post this or even now as we talk about him his ego. He doesn't know why he's happening his time thing when he knows about. If you say all right let's let's finish off with the Kardashian so We're not gonNA talk about less. I'm talking about Courtney. Let's talk about chloe because she she I get when there's When you break up in a relationship and there's a child involved yes and we want to make it work as best as possible for no one but the child itself. She seems like things could be leading back to Tristan Thompson. I know a lot of people around of reports for decades. So she's crazy for a decade. I die so families pathetic. Shays the girl that often feels comfortable going back into a relationship because she's not vengeful. She doesn't move on very quickly. Kim's the one that's probably the toughest of them. Clem is a bit of a soft and she forgives. She has a big heart. She's still friends with Lamar. And so this guy will always be in her life because of her daughter their daughter and this little bit of like sparks there. Well I she always find him attractive looking. I feel like it's just like a scripted TV. Show though where you know what's going to happen and you still yell at the screen. Even though you know this right can hear you. I think with them because you know because of the acted over a decade. It's easy to think all this scripted. I'm told it's not with her. She really likes her emotions. She thinks her heart which I like in a weird way in the quote unquote most normal normal but she seems the most but I think to the fact that somebody this rich and successful in beautiful struggles with love tells us all had difficulty can bay and we fall in love with people for many reasons about the sexiest man earlier. You know what you find sexy. I don't in the otherwise and so coming really likes this guy and I I wish them the best. The problem is is that what he did to her was awful the cheating. It was just awful and I don't know if he's changed. I don't know if people do changes good question. Do you want to think they do if they do? My friends. That were cheaters. In school are probably cheaters. Now I wasn't and I'm not like not who I am and still like dating to other people from high school we used. I'm pretty sure we never broke up so I don't know by law. Don't waste my goal rebate. Now Best of luck club. I love this. The numbers are bad. Like the numbers on the show at the peak in the for millions but we just the Kardashians numbers against the precautions at their p. It was a moment to show now. The numbers are good enough for them to connect can tape Gavin on. It can go another five ten years. Maybe the show's not going to get canceled. I'm told but they'd liberate another boost of what they did think was going to happen. Hasn't they thought the younger generation the Kylie and Kendall they would revitalize show. They went right and made billions of dollars. They didn't eat the show. They die SORTA bypass the show make billions. Yeah Sally I work over three hills that started the Shakoti clarity and came a still very much really holding for that to hold it up that show you know what I think. They're just trying to buy their time until their kids. Come about a hopefully the next generation but it hasn't worked so far like we fell in love with those three Kardashians in that relationship. I'm passing the torch has not yet quite. Were not hasn't been there all right. Well that's just some stuff you can always get caught up on things that are happening. Always WITH NAUGHTY GOSSIP DOT COM.

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"next  year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"next year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"They, got all right, so the country music awards I know you are right up there and hundred music. I gotta say why because they tell real songs. And I like I'm a huge fan of rap music. Go really old, fashioned melodies and songs, and the pace you find that now was in the country, and they had a big celebration last night and Stole the show? Yeah, a lot of jokes to anytime dollies around a lot of booby. She's Carrie. Underwood last night said they were talking about the wardrobe backstage and she was, she was curious why Dali always has the biggest wrecks. The whole. Exact I was told to backstage out during a performance Miranda Lambert and her husband, a new husband did not stand or applaud when Blake Shelton performed here. Here's you. Here's my thing, so I respect the fact that he Miranda Lambert. Husband was in NYPD officer the met in Times Square. He was looking after the good morning. America kissel. They met while he was still married and left left his bride for bigger name online, too. I know her. No He's bright. Yes, so he was a cop, was he married or engaged? He was married married to manage, so he's working as a policeman in times square to insecurity GM, days were kind of flirting. Flirted. It. They connected and pretty much just left and left his wife staring them yet, so he did. Horse. We didn't behind his wife's back. He wasn't sneaky. He was like that I can't tell all I know. The fact is the sheep. Of course, Gush I remember to imagine you go home you. Know! Your husband Goes Okay Rob you're going to work later then does. You met who I'm not. There's a story that doesn't get reported very often, but it's true and it's horrible. Story I love this actress but Julia. Roberts husband Danny Motor was married to, and he went to work one day. He worked on Julia movie and he met Julia Roberts. What woman what what's who stands chance and so like your regular great person? She laughs. She seats. That's rough. Your husband goes to work in the morning at six am gets his copy uniform his heart by hunting. Also you later on, and then he never comes back because he's hooked up with Miranda. Why didn't they connected? Yeah, so having she? She still devastated my own. She's moved on. It's been about two years now, but you know it's an now that, but here's the thing he's. He stopped being a police officer. which I understand that, but you know what he's doing now. He's opening with his quote unquote band for his wife. No, he's pretty not yes. He's the opening act, so he gets to go out on tour and he. He got to travel around the world on a private plane. Tells could ever imagine now. See when you're an opening tonight. Rob, you know this to you. Get on the bus on the. You're not on the ultimate. In the main axe, private pilots onto for longtime with Bon Jovi, I spun Jon. Bon, Jovi's publicist and the opening act was mark McGrath sugar. and. John was on a private plane and I think sugar ray was on a bus. The Four Seasons Sugar Ray stayed at the best western like they don't also at the same hotel, but he does because he's married to the boss. He's going to be the opening act. Tonight is the opening around the country, so the copies coming up with a band. He should wear his police uniform. That's no, he's he he now and his whole family was. was born and raised in the police department, and he gave it up for Love, love and a better career bigger name. Oh! No that story. Is a Staten Island boy. How did you so Staten Island Hope Family? He met Miranda and I heard to that before Miranda he what's his name. He was can't remember was very very flirtatious and complementary to many of the staff at good. Morning America American films in Times Square, and it starts early in the morning on air at seven, but the staff get at like five o'clock I used to work for Lara. Spencer I know the GM people pretty well and I was told that was a several people at the show. Beautiful Girl Glock Lampton say I'm. He was very kind to them. And because of his good looks and charm when he should have been to police work he was in the GMAC studio was a regular upstairs in the dress. So it's interesting you say that. you shark tank right, so Barbara Corcoran? CK Very, cheeky, but she was saying to just the other day that if you're good looking, have a great personality and your outspoken very much like you are at times, you're more likely to get the raise. Get the job and get people's attention so I. Really. I'm average looking guy. I think you're a good looking Guy Tyler. I tuned in life. If you just lucky enough to be born attractive. Life is different. People treat you differently. Torch you differently, and he's a very very good looking guy. My friends who work at GM said that they and put him in a copy uniform. People have fetishes. Especially Tourists Times so he he would turn up. He's uniform was pressed. He looked macular had the tight pants on. Magazines like a stripper. And they said that when he wanted all the staff was aware of Brenton. Robin Roberts WHO's gangs? She knew who he wants to do. Amy Robe they all knew like. Oh, there's a cop. They might not know his name they. Never like Oh. When I was on the H. One morning show, we had a camera guy. Who was really hot? Just like so hot we'd sit little table and it was five four three two showcase live. That look into this camera and I could see the guys standing behind the camera and I slide. One day he was on and I got somebody like a regular Cabraha Guide and I. Never thought you were in a bad mood today. Duties staring. Where's My guy? At five o'clock in the body, the only thing that made me happy with this really hot guy and we all knew about onset. Everybody's like Oh all right. Straight night probably nate I i. Met Straightened Eight I was a CBS party at some hotel in baton. Inside. Inside edition and as Stephen, and who's the publicist hair and mean Steve who had one too many cocktails, and we were like being cheeky and Norte. Gilman from telly show. And in walked straight nights and US, like who he was fresh off the bat from La, and I said to Stephen. Is that I hope party stopped the whole room silent. It was a movie. And it's all the Elvis to round. People who looked exhausted forbid since five o'clock at all like slightness. Were dead this hotline. He skin was gold and he just his. Pants tight, and he's still got white teeth, and he rested and everyone else. He's not listening and because we haven't posted this year, but as soon as we post this or even now as we talk about him his ego, he doesn't know why it's happening. He knows his time. Thing when he knows. About if you say. All, right, let's let's finish off with the KARDASHIAN. So We're not gonNA talk about. 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"next  year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"next year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"The. There were of pop culture tweedle the. The peace. Thank you very much. Let's heartbroken. Let's hardly. Have complained and flowers iheart chocolates. Please plea all right. Let's hit the Brooklyn. Boys get nominee no. They turned nemesis. They are a little upset. Because they were nominee last year in the wintertime. Look I don't think we're going up there who? Tested. Beef within our own family. Because That's what the Kardashians. Because gone to the breakfast club that killer, so. That's why I think the the bachelor our safe places for. Vessel Look at different DNA pool to US kinetically. Share a lot of. Good your Sharon Reed I. Guess You're saying. Island clean boys. I think we could take them on like scrapping. They have they. They have hard core fans. They do which we do, Brooklyn story or you. Celebrity Brooklyn store. To Win Spike Lee it's. Too Darn well. Let's jump into the lane that we know can. Let's start with the sexiest man alive Dr. John, Legend, agree disagree. Where are your thoughts on this I like a nice guys. Win and wanting John Is. This is a nice guy anyone that's interviewed. He met him. Read about him. Know that Johnny's a good good man i. don't personally find him sexy iphone, kindness and love attractive. Good looking. He doesn't like me like I've met him several times and I've never walked away thinking Oh my God. Rip Off my clothes and get me. A cigarette never thought that now, Kristie. I Have Christie sexy. Yeah Chris. The model boom that puts away walks at Christmas so i. don't get the got status. Has John Legend Up Tim a little bit? I think the amount of wards evacuates. Always talk tweeted no. You know that that makes. Dan Wakeford today a friend of mine. He's the editor in chief of people for many many years. I would work with people with different celebrity clients. When as publicist, it's not always the sexiest. It is the guy that's going to sell the most covers. WHO's also sexy people? Magazine is a business. It's a it's a very profitable business is a very successful design, and so they're looking for somebody who is sexy, but also a magazines. I, my neighbor, Fred's very sexy, but he's GonNa selling magazines and good luck guys, no not going to be the one and so the other thing, too. Which I think is a missed opportunity hiya is a bunch of editors. Sit in a conference room. Deciding who sexy feels like something from the past to me I think we should do online polls. We should let the viewers have a vote I think is what US weekly did as we put out their list of the real sexiest, counteract very smart and they. They came up with Jason. Samoa announced his name. When Williams actually this morning Jason's sexy in her opinion than John. Jay said I thought life choices Jason John I. Just don't understand how you could be that big and strong. Eats a lot of and you know what I mean like. He obviously has to have some type of DNA. Jason. John Stone Nine. Took John Legend's. Skinny. Moa could snappers all, but that's what I get could be born and be tall, but the way he is is just like he's built like no other. He's like sexiest man alive. Yeah, What are you finding a man straight? But what is it? You know who to find sex. Say like Brad Pitt. Is it traditional? Brad Pitt for for me is a little dirty culture I I definitely would go down the the mixture of Jason. MOMOA slash clooney I like the cleanness of Clooney seclude. He's a very traditional Hollywood satellite. Hollywood Stato, brilliant adult school, Clooney New School Momoa Duck, so you like the rookie guys like the rock. The Rock to those are my top three. Who would you put your top? The sexiest man alive. I used to think Nick Jonas till I met him. Yeah, he's a very tiny man. They're very small small way. Small hands, not very tall. He's too boyish person for me, so I use the function Jones Bertha's sexy until I met them. I think the sexiest guy live. Is She kimmel I think he's. I like funny man so. I like the way you hang. Around my Momma. Host. Them being a little bit it like Jimmy Fallon to Polish Jimmy. KIMMEL's a little bit more right in the Middle Yeah. I like that Bob's like regular. Looking dicey sounds very much like you've got. Regular. Turn beyond all right ladies. Mark B B complete. What doesn't tell me on? Is that Zach F ron really super fit six pack ABS, perfect skin perfect for me. In for me, the Chin Square. Square Chin like! Exactly like. Him He's not. Really. Talking about sexy though and I do think you know I. Don't want to sound deep, certainly not i. I think they nicey sexy particularly in this day and age wherever so angry all the time I do think there's something nice about being sexy for me. Funny is the sexiest you make me laugh. Bruce makes me laugh my house, right? Does your wife you laugh. She. She more at the expense of me. I'm the I'm the bud her job. She liked that wrong. Of course you. Think sex is really important. 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"next  year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"next year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"Brady's Garrett gossip what does represent celebrity. Let's get right to it. Celebrity News will come very soon. But Rob shooter is here. My name is Garrett. We have breaking news breaking news rupture we've come a long way her the last few years right we we've literally started with nothing and still have nothing even less and but we've reached some goals you've reached a lot of goals one being the fact that at one point in the last few weeks we've hit top eleven top eleven top eleven in the Iheart one hundred we have. We have gained new listeners from all over the globe which we're truly grateful for you listening. We are thank you very the way. I'm building this up. You think something good is going to get of this. Don't know what do we do earlier in the week. That's the IHEART company that we so proudly wore in our own a home and thankful for put out the nominations for this year's iheartradio podcast awards. Now you'd think the way that I am speaking about our beloved podcast we'd be nominated and nomination. The nominations came out. I felt like I felt like a movie star. Rating waiting changes your manager. The world's for the head of podcasting to gradulate funding. No what's that category? I don't even know her head because gender gender-neutral. We'll take that. That's a good category category. I wonder who nominated dairies? There is like a entertainment pop culture dynasty. Who Our can't agree is pulled it up. I'm heartbroken congratulations. To didn't even know this existed. Forgive me I ha. I did not know we talk show. We're in the elevator Trying to avoid From ROB SHOOTER COUGHING. All over me. 'cause he's getting. I'm going to ask the question that every friend asks you're medication not oh that's balls because normally like campaign but he's finished but when people cough up shooter the first thing they do at the end people notice. I I've been on. I've been on medication. Twenty four hours. I'm I'm not contagious anymore. Do The aggies off credit on medication. I saw the I lost. My voice came convinced -ocial at the C. Which had stolen Latifah cream? I love her was anything. I like to not TV. What's good but as good. But I lost my voice for a couple of days when I feel better. I had a cold and I slept. I drank a ton of water and drank alcohol for a week seven pounds. It's horrible I feel like I feel terrible. I felt better was drinking. Obviously happy was fat now. Seven Times miserable. But I'll make up for it this weekend. So He's not category. I'm furious. I'm trying to pull it up right now. I know there's a pop culture dad. It's gotta be Andy in popcorn happening Friday January seventeen twenty one twenty at the Iheart Radio Theater in Los Angeles. We asked to present absolutely not First off we didn't make podcast of here the New York Times the Joe Rogan experience stuff. You should know my favorite murderer. Conan O'Brien the Ron Burgundy Pau. Gasol the shrink. The read not US okay. We didn't make best comedy woman. Culminate Coleman sometimes. No kind of funny I. We didn't make best overall host either. Who Know that because they're going to be like breast those people I guess a hero best pop culture podcast pop culture happy hour. Npr NPR's a good show off vine with Caitlin on. Podcast one is that Caitlin Jenner Caitlyn the Bachelorette I think Caitlyn the Bachelorette. Oh back hurts. I almost famous with Ben. And Ashley another backward talk is Jericho that is I believe. A former wrestler. We gotta take wrestling. And then let's take Hispanics the breakfast club which sholom God God Duh Duh Doug Od de God. Should we start calling this house digging into? What should we do? Who would decline? Who Do you think we should? We have to start a beef and lefay. We're not GONNA be able to start to be for the breakfast club. They'll win always know up. What about that Bachelor Bachelorette Their fifteen minutes horrible? They're bad people bad. Yeah I mean. When it comes to pop culture you would think at least you carry pretty have your own website. Pretty good at the company has hired you. Should I should be in this category. Who Do I send a vicious Tom? Palmer no no never. Okay let's WHO's that William Pearson towns L- let fire off a let-let's and in unmarked letter to those dollars that that's full of confidence. Well yes I think we need names to God. What should we should we? Let's leave it to our listeners. So if you're listening right now and For us to kind of GUTS WITH. We're not he duchesses. Maybe could we be a duke? Do Do you know let's take. Let's take the whole British lane of done to go with not gonNA go duh. We're going to get very pressure. Yeah very proper very proper proper culture who could pop culture pop culture..

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