17 Burst results for "Ninety Four Days"

"ninety four days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Will go down as probably the least successful speaker of the house in the history of our nation she has done nothing he violated the constitution in such a way that could not be ignored let's be optimistic about the future a future that will not have Donald Trump in the White House one way or another ten months from now we'll have an election if we don't have him removed sooner but again he will be impeached for for she hundred and ninety four days presidential cold order order see to shine the our final news roundup and information overload our uses unemployment is the lowest it's ever been in the history of our country the levels in a horrible poverty level in the negative sense now their poverty levels all the best they've ever been in the history of our country same with Hispanic Americans the best unemployment numbers are in the employment numbers and the same with Asians the best unemployment and that was the president from the other night while I'm at let me go back because you cannot you cannot dismiss what happened at the national championship game last night I don't even want to look at the ratings receive a every national championship game they're just pathetic I don't know that so one night I got to give everybody a pass right Linda I got to like when I lived Hannity's America on Sunday night so like all right nobody's gonna watch me on Superbowl Sunday so you know and I don't blame people you know we need a break every once in awhile but in all honesty and it was a good game and you know the number one number two ranked teams in the country and I thought was I think both teams are phenomenal teams and Ellis you just what they were unbeatable last night nobody was going to beat them like a professional team there so good anyway so the president did it but he walks on the field holding the first lady's hand just prior to the national anthem listen the the the founder of applause and the chanting of four more years and the chanting of USA doctrine that the president got now are if we're just gonna comparing contrast I have said every two and four years what I said to you it drives me is a conservative not absolutely insane that the race card gets played Republicans are racist their sexes their misogynist they're homophobic xenophobic Islamophobic they want dirty air and water bomb actually said that they want grandma grandpa pot eat dog and cat food before a Paul Ryan lookalike throws him over the cliff well under Biden Obama and democratic rule eight years what we get thirteen million more Americans on food stamps eight million more poverty Lois labor participation rate since the seventies worst recovery since the forties Lois homeownership rate in fifty one years many double the debt took on more dead than every other president perform combined which by the way the president's changing now that economic boom when our shrinking the deficit thank goodness and he said he'd be dealing with that in a second term they need to increase our defense spending dramatically but and I'm not making excuses that's probably the one thing that he's got a really dig his heels and on a second term that he had no every other promise he kept our fresh in his that record low the best employment you six number ever since they started recording the best unemployment or employment situation since nineteen sixty nine the met some of you are born by that and three point five percent record low unemployment for African Americans Asian Americans Hispanic Americans women in the workplace and youth unemployment eight million new jobs eight million fewer people on food stamps wage growth dramatically increasing every measure every economic measure I will mention anymore but you get the point I notice from Kanye west came out as a trump supporter people furious now that we have eight polls where African American support for the president is at one pole thirty four and a half percent thirty four another poll thirty three another Paul twenty eight another poll twenty two and another low is to sixteen million eight percent of the African American vote in twenty sixteen if you got sixteen percent it's game over and this narrative this false narrative Republicans are racist I can't stand it because it's a lie racist sexist they even did omit Romney is the ad resumes of women Vince Ellis and is joining us sees columnist lecturer alter their of the book the iron triangle which discusses you know why African Americans you know have traditionally historically supported the Democratic Party had met through a mutual friend that I sat there and all listening to vents goal off for over an hour but I think this is not an out wire I think it's transformational why because conservative policies and I promised everybody nobody believe me of the time a lot of Republicans and conservatives hated me because I kept telling everybody know he's going to govern as a conservative because I've known the guy I don't know I believe that to be true and I told the audience the truth and I was right but some people hated me some still do hate me anyway Vince has a fascinating background been cells and welcome to the Sean Hannity radio show great job on TV last night well thought sharp thank you for the opportunity that I'm glad to be here with you today I want to get a little background on you.

"ninety four days" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on KTRH

"Will go down as probably the least successful speaker of the house in the history of our nation she has done nothing he violated the constitution in such a way that could not be ignored let's be optimistic about the future a future that will not have Donald Trump in the White House one way or another ten months from now we'll have an election if we don't have him removed sooner but again he will be impeached for for she ninety four days president Gerald cold from border to border see to shine the final news roundup and information overload our uses unemployment is the lowest it's ever been in the history of our country their poverty levels in a horrible poverty level in the negative sense now their poverty levels all the best they've ever been in the history of our country same with Hispanic Americans the bass unemployment numbers and you blood even numbers and the same with the Asians the best unemployment and that was the president are from the other night while I'm at let me go back because you cannot you cannot dismiss what happened at the national championship game last night I don't even want to look at the ratings receive a every national championship game they're just pathetic I know that's a one nine I gotta give everybody a pass right Linda I got to like when I did Hannity's America on Sunday night so like all right nobody's gonna watch me on Superbowl Sunday so you know I don't blame people you know we need a break every once in awhile but in all honesty and it was a good game and you have the number one number two ranked teams in the country and I thought was I think both teams of phenomenal teams and Ellis you just what they were unbeatable last night nobody was going to beat them like a professional team there so good anyway so the president did get it but he walks on the field only the first lady's hand just prior to the national anthem listen the the the thunder of applause and the chanting of four more years and the chanting of USA doctrine.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Both were divorced from reality and from official US policy the evidence proves that these requests were not related to any real interest in rooting out corruption president trump illegally does business with corrupt every governments every day the evidence shows that president trump did not care if real investigations took place a public announcement that the government of Ukraine was investigating his rivals would have been enough for him to release the aid whether or not an actual investigation ever took place after the call president trump ratcheted up the pressure he dangled the awful the offer of an oval office meeting he withheld three hundred ninety one million dollars in military aid his personal lawyer traveled to pressure the Ukrainians directly the president deployed other agents including outside the official channels of diplomacy to make his desires clear by September presence unless he was ready to comply to announce the two fake investigations then the scandal broke into the open quite in the act the president was forced to release the eight with the house of representatives opened enquiring into the president's actions president trump did everything in his power to obstruct the investigation he declared across the board resistance he ordered every official in the federal government to defy all subpoenas related to the Enquirer at his command the administration also refused to produce a single document read related to the Enquirer not one to put this obstruction into context during the Watergate hearings president Nixon turned over recordings of his conversations in the oval office later president Clinton ended over his DNA president trump's instruction was by contrast absolute those are the facts the overwhelming there is no denying them having reviewed the evidence we come to our second question is the president's proven conduct impeachable the answer is simply is simple absolutely under article one of the constitution resident can be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors the highest of high crimes is abuse of power it occurs when the president uses his official powers to serve his own personal selfish interests at the expense of the public good to the founding generation that if that for the king and one our freedom it was a specific well defined offense the first article of impeachment charges president trump with abuse of power the article describes president trump's conduct and lays out to aggravating factors that we must consider in pressuring Ukraine for a personal favor president trump both betrayed our national security and attempted to corrupt our elections with the president weakens an ally who advances American security interests by fighting in American adversary the president weekends America and with the president demands that a foreign government investigators domestic political rivals he corrupts our elections to the founders this kind of corruption was a specially predations free and fair elections are the bedrock of our democracy if our elections are corrupt everything is corrupt the president faces a second article of impeachment for his ongoing efforts to obstruct a lawful investigation into is kinda we have never in the history of our nation see the president categorically defy Congress in this manner if the president can first abuses power and then stone will all congressional requests for information Congress cannot fulfill its duty to act as a check and balance against the executive and the president becomes a dictator later tonight you will hear more about both articles and how they describe a pattern of behavior that president trump seems determined to repeat again and again my colleagues will also address various procedural objections that have been raised in the president's defense but there is one of those objections that I wish to address right away some ask why not take more time why is this necessary now why do we need to impeach the president why not let the next election handle it this brings us to the third and final question what is the risk if we do not act over the past ninety four days since the house investigation began indeed over the last three years one indisputable truth has emerged if we do not respond to president trump's abuses of power the abuses will continue we cannot rely on election to solve our problems with the president threatens the very integrity of that election nor can we sit on our hands well the president undermines our national security and while the allows his personal interests and the interests of our adversary Russia to advance the president's lawyer personal lawyer was in Ukraine again just last week that was not three years ago that was not three months ago that was Saturday president trump's continuing abuses of power jeopardize our security and our elections the threat is urgent if we do not act now what happens next will be our responsibility as well as his I will close with the word to my Republican colleagues I know you I have worked with many of you for years I consider you to be good and decent public servants I know this move it may be difficult but you still have a choice I hope every member of this committee will withstand the political pressures of the moment I hope that none of us tend to justify behavior that we know in our heart is wrong I hope that we are able to work together to hold this president or any president accountable for breaking his most basic obligations to the country and to its citizens and while you think about that choice please keep in mind that one way or the other president trump will not be present forever with this time is past with his grip on our politics is gone our country returns a surely it will to calmer times and struggle either ship history will look back and actions here today how would you be remembered we have each taken an oath to support and defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic I hope to be remembered for honoring that oath I hope you feel the same so with a heavy heart the clear in my duty to our country I support these articles of impeachment I urge my colleagues to support them as well I yield back the balance of my time I now recognize the English ranking member of the Judiciary Committee the gentleman from Georgia Mister Collins for his opening statement thank you Mister chairman I find it amazing at best Larry is a guess at worst that we come to quote item solemn and amazing moment we've been owned this passes November twenty sixteen this is not news we've been trying this for almost three years of your majority member this part the only thing that has changed is the opportunity from last November when you became the majority the only thing that changed and your desire to impeach this president was that you became the majority and we have spent all year in this committee trying to impeach the president we have occasionally had markups on bills most of which so partisan they cannot even go forward in the Senate most of which they do not address any issue that we talked about but it is amazing to me that we're taking it now is such a solemn oath that we've made up something to now come to this point to say this is very solemn like it jumped up and snuck up on yours about what the the holiday season it doesn't jump up and sneak up on you when you've been expecting it the whole time and that's what we've been doing what has been amazing to me was is some things that we have seen so list this takes some perspective here for a little while what has our committee this great committee come to that's the question for us let's just take it for just a moment inside these impeachment hearings this is our third I'll kill it into tomorrow for three three hearings in this committee of impeachment and that's all we're having what do we get out of those three hearings we had a bunch of law professors three of which who cannot stand the president who cannot stand his voters and cannot stand the fact that he's still in office telling us why he should be in peace and that inferences were okay define impeachment we had a hearing let just two days ago from staff lecturing also what's relevant and not relevant and what they found in a report while the member they wrote the report he did in his closet somewhere I guess in his office not wanting to come face the questions of this committee that should be a boring to everyone here so let's think about what we saying and what we've not same and again Herman shelf is nowhere to be found we understand this we look forward to night it is started again we talk about tearing down of national institutions we start talking about putting our security risk when tonight even in the chairman's opening statement we start with one of the most amazing take downs I have ever seen when they can't make their argument that the president pressured to Mister the landscape they then attacked misters Lynskey and then say that he was pressured and when was he on numerous occasions they said I have not been pressured I'm not being used I have no the call was fun I'm not paying pressure to do anything then here's what the majority is saying the majority of saying Mister the let's give a lawyer and we in this body the Democrats are tearing down a world leader in the eyes of those that don't like him in his own country and Russia who is attacking him think about that one for just a second let that sink in when we can't make our case we tear down not only try to tear down the leader of the free world president trump we're tearing down the newly elected leader of the U. purring this is amazing to me you can make your case against the present because nothing happened and will present as a listing confirms nothing happened we start tearing him down I never thought we'd cross sell side of the ocean to try and basically impugn the integrity of a world leader like we have been for the last two hearings we've also found other things that we have found in our very minimal hearings here in this body is we're saying that other committees have use political vendettas against ranking members and others including members of the press who were sitting here tonight by putting full records in naming names I mean you talk about getting even we put names Mr noon yes Mister Solomon others almost four numbers that we looked at and nobody would own up to it Mister Goldman Mister she of course was a here but even Mister Goldman what no no just said to do that when they could have simply put in the record.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We just finished just visiting with Brad Crawford a twenty four seven sports who did an interesting article about the Notre Dame schedule when you look at it on the surface. It's a it's a good schedule and not a brutal schedule it but then you look a little deeper and you find out that seven of the twelve opponents will be coming off an open date. I don't think I've ever heard to that. I think Alabama had a year or somebody had a year when there was a bunch of but never heard of seven doing that but again we're here to take your calls at eight five five two four two seven to eight five at the bottom of the hour we <hes> have scheduled chip towers of the A._J._C. to talk about the Georgia bulldogs and specifically what they're going to do as as a backup quarterback so hang around for chip at four thirty until then we're going back to take your calls. Let's go to big country in Alabama Obama big country. How are you sir? I am fantastic must've all thank you for taking my call certainly certainly good to hear from you well. Well you know you you said the topic of the day was can you feel it. <hes> and I made a ninety days ago. My refrigerator frigerator at home. I started counting days down at ninety four days to college football ninety four <hes> smelling the fresh cut grass outside even summertime even though it was crazy hot <hes> it just took me back to summer football getting ready for the season season. I I'm so ready I can't I'm so excited. I I really don't have the words to express already. I am for college football well. It's a big country. It's something about our D._N._A.. I mean we grew we pickle if you grow up with it and I grew up thirty minutes from Athens Georgia and spent a lot of time. They're growing up just you. It's almost like your your your internal body. Clock is really set your year really begins with football season and then it comes around until the next football season and that's where we all right now. I'm just glad we've got it down to under thirty days because you know when the six weeks from the end of S._e._C. media days until the season starts just seem like it goes on forever so we're we're. We're going to get their big big Katcher. Let me ask you this. I asked this if you got an overseas assignment. Let's just say you got the your dream job but the but the downside of your dream job overseas was you'd only get to see one college football game all year in personnel on TV. Excuse me if you could only watch one football game this year. What would it adding one without a without a doubt? It would be the S._e._C...

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"ninety four days" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You had an interview this weekend with representative Pete kidding on cats round table very very enlightening into your to sort of play one Cup from that interview and get you to expand upon it cut eleven there's some evidence I've seen over the last several years being intelligence committee being a member of Congress there's no doubt to me there was severe serious abuses that were carried out in the FBI as I believe top levels of the C. I. A. against Donald Trump there was no legal basis offer them to begin this investigation of his campaign that the way they carry forward the way information was leaked applications they filed under the FISA court to get surveillance all of this is going to come out of your show the buys it's going to show the basis is of the investigation at how dangerous it is a democracy this is a lot of my he served on the intelligence committee he's been around the block a few times of peak king is that a man who is usually accused of exploiting hyperbole this is a very very serious accusation John Catsimatidis at that as soon as the muses of the FBI the CI a and that there were no grounds for the investigation of the trump campaign this could bode very very ill for the Democratic Party in the next four hundred ninety four days now I believe that is true Peter king is a straight out he doesn't worry about being a Republican or Democrat he tells you to where he is and he's a member of the intelligence committee forever and for him to say that there's been widespread abuses and I think the American people want to know the truth I don't care if the person using Democrat or Republican you have to be treated equally and it seems like he are you in Washington and then CIA John involved he did not did not supposed to be involved in domestic affairs it seems like if they want to take somebody down yeah ninety nine point nine percent of the right people are honest hard working Americans but it seems like the Washington office that politicized in the last eight years or ten years under a president Barack Obama and it's horrible and it makes me sick to my stomach thank you you're very correct in saying Pete king is a straight shooter do we have for that actually to be consequences for this corruption Jon Katz with heat is do we have enough kings on Capitol Hill to get some justice not enough Peter Jennings I talk to people this weekend last weekend in the Democratic Party to confront he said hard working American congresspeople yes he did because they are being while the other group called the charts so something where they're going after the moderate converse people in the Democratic Party and they are scared stiff the whole they are being threatened how how significant if it's not enough on Capitol Hill how do you feel about Attorney General Bob getting to the bottom of all this corruption are you sure it's recorded journal blog doesn't Greg to OB eternal nature of the American people probably him and he should win the battle the school age the American people dead man I don't care who goes out good man yeah it's like the Epstein charges today I set it on my radio show an hour ago I don't care who's involved any a compass of this monster needs to have the book thrown at them and throw away the key we've been talking to Jon Katz Smitty to see is the host of cats round table go to Catherine table dot com follow him on Twitter J. cats twenty thirteen John congratulations on WABC well thank you and thank you for the good work you do so America god bless I'm about to go could this is America first back to locals eight.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back friends with the John Catherine status who is the owner of the new owner of W. A. B. C. in New York the historic station hosts to my friends on but she was fabulous long form evening show John you had an interview this weekend with a representative Pete king on cats round table very very enlightening interview to sort of play one Cup from that interview you to expand upon it cut eleven to some evidence I've seen over the last several years being intelligence committee being a member of Congress there's no doubt to me there was severe serious abuses that were carried out in the FBI and I believe top levels of the C. I. A. because of Donald Trump there was no legal basis offer them to begin this investigation of his campaign that the way they carry forward the way information was leaked copper applications they filed under the FISA court to get surveillance all of this is going to come out of your show the buys it's going to show the basis is of the investigation at how dangerous it is a democracy this is a lot of my he served on the intelligence committee he's been around the block a few times of peak king is that a man who is usually accused of exploiting hyperbole this is a very very serious accusation John Catsimatidis at the as Susan uses of the FBI the CI a and that there were no grounds for the investigation of the trump campaign this could bode very very ill for the Democratic Party in the next four hundred ninety four days not I believe that is true Peter king is a string that rob he doesn't worry about being a Republican or Democrat he tells it the way he is and he's a member of the intelligence committee forever and for him to say that there's been widespread abuses and I think the American people want to know the truth I don't care if the person using chemical writer were published in you have to be clean equally and it seems like he are you in Washington and then see I got involved he did not did not supposed to be involved in domestic affairs it seems like if they want to take somebody down yeah ninety nine point nine percent of the right people are honest hard working Americans but it seems like the Washington office that politicized in the last eight years or ten years under a president Barack Obama and it's horrible and it makes me sick to my stomach thank you you're very you're correct in saying P. king is a straight shooter do we have for that actually to be consequences for this corruption Jon Katz witty this do we have enough kings on Capitol Hill to get some justice not enough Peter Jennings I talk to people this weekend last weekend in the Democratic Party Derek confronts wanted he said hard working American congresspeople against here because they are being collected while the other group called the good charts so something where they're going after the moderate converse people in the Democratic Party and they're yours here the whole they are being threatened how how significant if it's not enough on Capitol Hill how do you feel about Attorney General bog getting to the bottom of all this corruption are you sure it's recorded journal blog doesn't Greg the eternal nature of the American people probably him and he should win doubles freedom be cool a big margin people dead man I don't care who goes out good man yeah it's like the Epstein charges today I set it on my radio show an hour ago I don't care who's involved any accomplice of this monster needs to have the book thrown at them and throw away the key we've been talking to Jon.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on WJR 760

"Program. Donate your car to mother waddles helped the poorest of the poor call three one three waddles, China and Tokyo closed up London starts out down Dow futures virtually unchanged. They're down right now, twelve points. I'm dick Haefner. WJR news more news at six thirty or whenever news breaks. Paul W Smith show. News talk seven sixty WJR. And you thought it was black and white monitor. No, it's a purple body. I don't it went away a moment ago. But anyway, all right. It is Tuesday March twelfth the seventy first day of twenty nineteen. There are two hundred ninety four days left in the year. Each and every day count. Each day is a gift. And the team is here. Speaking of teams. Congratulations to caches Winston is. You've heard Steve mentioning already named the two thousand eighteen nineteen big ten player of the year. The team the team the team we've got our team here roundtable, Paul W Smith show, and that would mean the, of course, starting with dick through just concluded the news. Thank you. Dick. Steve Courtney will have sports for us throughout the morning. Thank you Steve for being here..

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"ninety four days" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Was. It'll be willpower. Five twenty. Willpower already had an impressive resume before he won last year's Indy. Five hundred as he knows of victory at the Brickyard. Thanks, you whole 'nother level on March tenth the thirty seven year olds Australia's starts his dry for a second IndyCar series title here on NBC, and this may on NBC only ninety four days he'll be thirsty for milk at Indy once again willpower joining us here in our studio live today when you look back on that those images, I need you can't help but smile is it watching your wife's reaction your reaction in the winter circle. Take us back everything about it. You know, like my Levin two years. So I remember thinking that monks man, I might finish my career with that winning five hundred. So that was really playing on me. So everything that went with winning that rice even anger in. They actually get. But it was just cool for me. My wife, we talked about a lot. I had my son there. Yeah. Just an amazing experience and really took a massive load off my shoulders like I feel just lider and can just focus on winning races. And go to the five hundred relax like usually spend the whole month tense. If you haven't one of before, I'm sure I will be because it's a it's an intense month. But just cool everything that's going with it. Absolutely. Enjoyed have enjoyed it. And it's kind of count to get back there. I like to see will one time at a racetrack. Not tents. Com that month. It was trying to me I was actually really relaxed relaxed on rice day, which I remember when we rise to get we'll lawing in the garage. Just like, oh, man. I wish we could just have a button that put you rod in the the rice starts because just the nose really sock. You spend so much time the building up this, right? She's pretty much a whole month. If you include the road course race, and there's so much media attention and say, we don't have by. It's it's part of the sits, you know, that it's an oval ovals kinda new and you came up any car cerita, maybe a struggle little bit. And here's the biggest race of inequalities isn't oval that some of the accomplishment of winning it. Yes. Absolutely. Yeah. It took took me a wall to get used to ovals. Obviously, I didn't enjoy the formula of Ovalles'. When when I first came to IndyCar because we would just running wide open on the why would. Sit on the white line you'd be on the bottom of the track and never lifting, but in because reduce downforce as driving in it, and I have just gained experience guess winning on the biggest oval superspeedway, and I've become a really good super speedway driver. Yeah. Played into everything that went in the emotion into winning. That rice joke around about us, both being tense, and we've always been hard on herself. As drivers, you know, we kind of fed off that his teammates..

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"ninety four days" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"You know, because most of you if they're down forty five to three or Twenty-eight fucking Twenty-one down by seven onside kick where the fuck where you're you're already on route one. So you have no, right. Get mad at him. But that's what sports fans do they all suck. All those giant fans. Getting they have the nerve to get mad at Tom Coughlin in that and ask if he should be removed the guys like two and a half years removed three years removed from beating and undefeated seventeen point favorite in the Super Bowl. And now everybody's acting like the game pass them by. I don't know. So I know this has been pretty much all sports this week. It had to be it had to be. But patriots fans, okay. A lot of you zoned out from watching ESPN and all the hype about this patriots team you gonna stand. What Bella check did this year is he's rebuilding a fucking monster. And the fact that we were able to get as far as we did with the team that we had that awful fucking defense to somehow fourteen and fucking too when you let up twenty four fucking points. I can't wait till run into this fucking dick head down at the comedy store. Another patriots fan who. Was you know, what I hate when you have a sports debate. And somebody has a point. Okay. And not only did they not wait for you to finish. They say their point. And then they just keep repeating it. He goes patriots gonna win it, man. They're going to win the fucking Super Bowl Bill. Bill Belichick has got these guys. I go, wait a minute. Wait a minute that letting up like defense is like last in everything in the league three cores season. He goes stats. Don't we not stat? Only not letting up twenty four to twenty six nothing stand. Nothing now stats. Don't mean. Everything I love Peyton Manning. They don't mean everything, but you can't ignore that. I can't wait to fuck it run into that guy. I'm just going to walk up to step. Don't mean anything. I don't mean anything. And of course, he won't remember. And then I'll just look like a psycho drinking again, speaking of which people I am ninety three fucking days ninety three fucking days into. Into this hundred day, John I got seven actually I'm sorry. I'm ninety four days to go. So next week the Monday morning podcast. I will be one hundred days in. And I'm actually going to the Bruins LA kings. So just in case you think I'm going to retire as sports fan..

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"ninety four days" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Morning when I went higher. Boy ready for the deck pitcher. We're at ninety four days four hits a hundred. Oh, you mean on Monday night, we're playing the ran. Hundred days on Monday night since Eric berry has played or practice for the Kansas City. Chiefs. Didn't we say is gonna come out like sting come out of the rafters on Monday night for the one hundredth day? God almighty. Music that you're talking about staying the singer. No, man, mid-nineties rushland come on just so talk right here. How did stink like at a police come Monday. We'll only be nine hundred days from quadruple digits since the last time Eric berry did some work on this today today. I'm I wanna go back and look at our coverage that first week, and we're probably like, oh, just let them sit for the rest of the Cam. No big deal. Like, why reactivate your injuries for a little bit air said it didn't appear to be a big deal. Fanny was on it fainting thought. It was a big deal. I don't know if you thought it was going to be missed almost. But the first thing I thought about when I when the desk Brian thing happened was Eric berry. Well, fli you hear like sore? Achilles. It's like it's like hearing like you have Kosor NCO. Whoa. That sounds bad. I don't know what it is. But you don't like bruiser your achilles. You know? I think the bigger deal here is going to be twenty six games. Yeah. And counting. So what is it gonna be twenty seven games? It'd be twenty eight games. Then we're supposed to just assume that he's gonna be ready to go older berry. I I've been saying December thirteenth against the chargers is the first game that he plays. That's that's that's my theory on it. I don't know. I I still think he's coming back. I have no nothing to base that on the blind optimism these coming back at some point. He'll only miss thirty three games or something. You know, only. It's not baseball jewelry realized three three games. Baseball's another in the NFL two seasons. Yeah. That's it's pretty it's pretty incredible. When you get back to to last year, how many games it's been. And I know I was on here. Just like a few weeks ago saying like man, berries, kind of like, a different athlete. He's gonna come back and get his foreign pretty quickly. But like. Man, twenty six twenty seven games. That's all. Ninety four days. What what precedent is there for a player to miss two seasons and come back and be the same guy? I'm sure there's somebody out there. That's been a good suspended or something like that. Probably Bob Sanders as maybe the only comparison, you can maybe think of something that's for. Yeah. Yeah..

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"ninety four days" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"That's essentially a sell it. And then yet never had. In other words, when they bought the bonds, they created Fiat money as we all know, and when they fell grim. They're basically extinguishing the phony money that they've been creating the last several decades. So finally, we're even getting central bankers who are so fearful of what they've done going so far over the deep end with all this we and zero interest rates and all the rest that they're trying desperately in rapidly to get back to square one. That's they're calling normalization, but they're not gonna stop until they break something big, which is the economy and the financial market in. Oh, and here's the key thing. It used to be that when the economy was going into recession or starting to weaken, then the stock. Market would follow down nowadays it works. The other way, the bubbles get so big that when they finally crash, and I say, you know, the peak was September twenty one that brings the economy down with it because then corporations started getting nervous, and they lay off people, and they close plants, and they shut down stores and all the rest of it. That's where we're heading. I think the fall of twenty eighteen is very similar to the fall of twenty. Oh, eight remember the Liman up. See, and the, you know, the sheer panic in crisis, and what I think is happening is that we had a phony rescue with all this money, printing and the debt of the US government doubled. But it didn't solve anything. It only deferred the day of reckoning. And now here we are back again where we were ten years ago. And basically they've lied to you for the last decade. Saying it's all fixed. Everything's better. And that was a one time aberration will never happen. Again. Not true. So David table why? So let me ask the question. Why can't they just go back to QE they because their balance sheet is now so massively expanded when they started the first time in exactly, you know, ten years ago to this day the balance she's the fed was nine hundred billion. Okay. And in ninety four days, they took it up to two point two trillion. Now, the reason I mentioned this is the ninety four days resulted in more balance sheet expansion at the Federal Reserve than it happened during the I ninety four years of its existence. That's how crazy burn Anki. God. Okay. So now after doing that and then adding on in QE, QE two and Q E three and all the rest of it. They've got they got the balance sheet. So big that even scare. What the hell out of the Keynesians who were sitting on the Federal Reserve? So they're they're trying to shrink it, and they will until the economy buckles. But then it'll be too late. They will stop. I agree. But it'll be too late to to save the market and this time they really have. They don't have a lot of drag puzzle. So let me ask you this. Then if interest rates go up doesn't that make the US dollar stronger? Yes. And with them dollar gets stronger. Then all these emerging markets out. They were borrowed and dollars or toast. Also, absolutely. There's ten trillion dollars out there that has been borrowed mainly by emerging markets heavily by even China. But generally by non you know, by other economies around the world that are now going to be paying desperately looking for dollars to service debt where interest rates are going higher there scramble for dollars to service. Their debt will drive the dollar exchange rate even higher and the whole of vicious cycle. We're all compound, you know, it's the opposite of what's been happening over the last ten years dollar cost that much trial than the price of gold goes down..

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"ninety four days" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Thinking he's too smart for everyone. Okay. Let's talk about some signs news. And you know, we we get a lot of climate change news year on news, af we study all of the science stuff pretty closely. But this is something that I had not heard about that. This is an article that is talking about how that temperatures, of course, are rising that by the year twenty one hundred that if we keep on this current trajectory, the planet could be warmed. Four degrees celsius. But Danny according to this that it is going to really do a number on the workforce. And according to this. So one study that workers in the United States, the UK and Australia could miss up to thirty three days of work a year, thanks to climate change. Like why why tell me why? Well, I don't really understand why. Because it's too hot. It's too hot too hot. Or there's going to be too much water that it's going to be hard for people to get to the jobs. No, I think it's going to be more like. Like, you're going to get sick. Or you're gonna get heat stroke or you're gonna get like imagine if you were working in the air conditioning goes out in your work, and it's like one hundred and ten degrees in there. Also, should I not have shared that poop story? I think you're you have as much regret you have as much gret sharing the story as you did leaving the poop. It sounds like. Yeah. But I think you're fine. Can I go back to the story for a minute though? Those of you who have jobs in the year two thousand one hundred which is what they're citing is the we'll be dead by then. Yeah, it was jobs. You'll be glad to have those jobs in the robots aren't currently doing the work. Well, you will not be skipping. You're going to have so many of the job. You're not gonna skip a single day of work because your job is constantly on the chopping block. Days of like, how many global warming days are people going to have on their jobs? I mean, thirty three days of work is what you know, six and a half weeks of work, the, yeah, you're out of a job, you're missing thirty three days. A robot could walk through like the surface of the sun to get to a job humid days is half the amount of vacation days. Europeans already get. Yeah. If you can't get to your job because it's one hundred ten then the robot's going to take that job from mayo because they can honestly handle all conditions, and you're just ask you never had your iphone overheat Tyson. We're talking about the year two thousand one hundred I I hope technology grows think all robots are just going to have coolers Bill, right? Smack dab inside them. Yeah. Sure. Why not engage any by twenty one hundred won't most of the jobs be combating global warming. Yeah. Most most of the people be fighting over the scraps. It'll be a Mad Max like scenario. So I don't even know what job you're going into other than to. Like battle your rivals. That this study that workers in developing countries are set to lose as much as ninety four days who the hell keeps a job if you're losing two hundred days a year. This study is so stupid because I think some people they could work, and I think some people are milking this realized that I didn't realize that we it was gonna be Mad Max style thing. Because all my job is definitely going to be Dr a giant truck that looks like an Oregon. Yeah. Crushing people as you look at the people who came up with the study are those people who are looking forward to not like if we can just get people thinking that this is how many days you're going to have to miss because of climate change will then that sweet we'll set it up. So that we can miss that many days. You know, what I'm saying they're setting themselves up to be able to miss this bunch of millennials creating the study and around. Passing out on work. Now, they well with blood young blood transfusions and maybe biotech. Maybe they'll be able to stretch it out. Okay. This is stupid study. I can't believe that anybody who spent money on this study. Yeah. I I don't know how people are going to come up with this..

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"ninety four days" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Talk about brady because he's a player who's there and then tom talk to think so tom talks he'll talk about talk he won't talk about why he skipped why not because he's got things but he's gonna get asked about it all right we'll see how it goes you know we'll see yeah the the patriots have a mini camp going on right now also teams he got four teams this we got the lions having a mini camp you got the bears having a mini camp you have the patriots have any old the mandatory minicamp and then there's a fourth one new york football john your football giants no the dolphins have those are the four and then everybody else has their minicamps next week the twelfth through the fourteenth all right and then everyone will be done then we break then there will be a summer situation called train camp we'll play some preseason game and then there will be actual football all right that were suing people will be paying attention to or what ninety four days i think so the start of the season week before that old college football by the way craig t nelson on an our number three speaking of minnesota state finished well apparently he's a big college football fan okay more so than the national football league and he's he's a big golf fan we're tiger woods gave everybody nice little ride at the memorial over the weekend we'll get to that okay what else you caches march he he's having a great time attention this season i'm not really sure but we'll his comments now are talking about jimmy garoppolo of course he was claimed by the forty niners and he said he kinda called garoppolos emergency said i knew i knew it was coming because with the patriots he would shred our defense every day said well he's leading the charge of hey i was the guy who's in new england and now i'm having so much more fun because you don't.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Listen we just couldn't stop so we'll he's down to one ninety four day which is brutal is still three fifteen bad it's bad for i mean yeah but you betta i like brett gardner live frankie hates him obviously we we're not an anti onto pocket i like veteran hated order device frankie frankie as a rational hate to its brick on i i want him on this team of wanting to produce he's such a good guy he's speed up house to cc incredible leftfielder vary very saul although i will say giancarlo stan has really upped his better feel really doesn't look any issues out there making plays left and right but he's got it turn around garner because there are people on the scene that can replace you in the few we have plenty of food take over and if eight if two through nine or hitting i mean maybe they drop them down that much might be it maybe i don't i'm not wearing my level concern isn't crazy leadoff glacier in any chance now until he shows like he can get on base more like i know it's on basis in his highs you'd things average three seventeen bp's three fifty six and really walk it hasn't been walking time that's on the terrible difference but i'd like to have hicks leading off yeah i think kicks because hicks is another guys like a professional hitter he draws he's only getting to forty two ps three seventy so he doesn't ice job jong locks getting on i think hicks would be your leadoff hitter or maybe they go crazy and put i mean judge was a discussion in spring training about.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Us at all still these days now i haven't been in toys r us in a long time i go to toys your is at least once every two months do you what do you get there i don't get anything and in parents try and get arrested do people try and by you and your hands on no they're like why in here with the word this puppets got no kids what does he what's he doing now i like to go look at the toys just like to know what's out there like i just wanted i love to always dude as a kid that's where you had to go to get your nintendo games for the tend to entertainment system remember when you had to go to get your video games like piece of paper yeah you would take and you could just like ride bikes in the store up and on the i'll fucking triumph and just like toy stacked to the ceiling it was really said another weird thing that happened the founder of toys r us charles lazarus just died at ninety four days after the chain announced it was closing they've known about this for a while they've been like shutting down stores all year well i found out i did because somebody at work with telling me about this and i i just assumed look this is the big box stores obviously you know you're like who goes to a store that just sells toys you just but i need to buy deodorant and a car battery and fishing lure at the same time i can't do that toys r us target so part of that is the big box and i'm like toys r us you should have been online toy retailer what happened but there's all this thing about venture capitals private equity they were holding hands of five billion dollars in debt.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Put forty two thousand five hundred traded average about fifteen and a half sense when i look at that a bunch of those were opening about twenty thousand of them it could be a long holder looking for some protection very nearterm just on the day that those puts would break breakeven down at fifteen 85 that's down about six percent of little more than the implied move all right from options action taken the full show that's friday five thirty pm eastern time coming up the cut their praised rages on in one fund manager on wall street is betting big on declined he'll join us next explain why he so bullish in the face of all this selling just today seventy stop seven zero stocks hit a record so when does it say to buy at alltime highs are tim cmo will break that down tell us the one aim at record highs he sees soaring to new heights but one fast money straight ahead dan welcome back to pass when he socks are on fire according to facts that around thirty five percent of stocks and the sp 500 had hit record highs so far this year dahamshe's in the newsroom to break it all down hey down well i mean malysz it pretty much sounds like a broken record right record high recordhigh record high it's because we've hit that many record highs just so far in 2018 and it today marked the th record intraday high out of just the first fifteen trading days of the year and if you need it anymore market superlatives house this for you according to l p l financial market strategist ryan dietrich today will mark the three hundred ninety six th day in a row that the s p has closed within five percent of a record high that broke yesterday's record streak which broke the record of three hundred ninety four days going all the way back to the mid 1990s now around seventy members of the s p hit record intraday levels today including some of the biggest market value companies out there we're talking alphabet the parent company of google microsoft as well and amazon too now if apple and facebook there right now with 100 percent away from their own record levels if they can hit those it would mean that the five biggest weightings in the s p could.

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"ninety four days" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"ninety four days" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"What are you will you say instead of jesus christ's what are what are you say do you say sultan s take take mohammad's name in vain d do something like that i know what the forever the fuck it as you say i i would i would be really at that would really fight i mean that's a lot these fucking letters are a lot this week okay'd the fucking neighbor that goddamn fucking douche bagger needs an apology for a fucking side hug through two different women he needs to get his apology that guy's such a poor seek what kind of fucking guy uninvite another guy to a fucking wedding is if that supply the punishment he just made his day you asshole if you really didn't like the side argue should make fucking go there and that is the one cool chick fuck a boyfriend rights motorcross all right let's say the other people were cool but could lord life cries at least three times a week i read that is three times a day three times a week that still a lot two hundred fifty six times a year i said i would you or three sixty five minus one 56 o jesus two fifty six to fifty at one hundred ninety four hundred ninety four days you're not cry uttered 56 you are okay that's like marty schottenheimer his lifetime record deadly that's the way you're cry days you cry versus dejounte don't and that's not enough to make in this league okay so i'm going to need you to toughen it up at least twothirds more.

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