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What I Do To Guarantee My Funnel's Success
"Already. So I wanted to do this episode because. I was bored this weekend not really board. On. Friday, we've actually office, and then one of the guys who team Nick Sanders Hey. Fun Projects you want to do on the side. It'd be kind of fun as like what is the fun project that we have on the side that you know? We can do real quick and he's like I. Love to his Busselton out I'm like, okay. We started thinking back and remembered that eight years ago I had to say. First. Sight called T smackdown. And because picking two competing concepts philosophies or whatever, and make a t shirt for each one. Let people vote with their wallets tries to come to sign like, Oh, I want this wins today by the teacher to make sure that wins right and so I'm right designed the site we had designed eight years ago because. It was. So. Funny Because we were. It was back when. Obama was running against Romney and so. The initial fouls we found had Obama versus Romney thing and so it's kind of fun and it was found that. We found that those PSG fouls let's do this make this. So he took it and he got all working side click funnels and spend the whole week in doing that and obviously the elections are coming up right now let's say let's do some by trump shirts. This we got designers going shirts and all sorts of stuff anyway suspend this really project that would together literally like no time it's crazy like it's been sitting on my hard drive four years now like. His files look so cool. If you want to see it in action, I'm not sure when this podcast little drop. My guess is hopefully, the site will be live by them but his tee-shirt smackdown dot com so you can go see there anyway. So constantly pick two different shirts to compete right so like when the movie twilight came, we could have done like Edwards Edward versus. Joseph or during the bachelor season could be this person because that person or whatever. Right and so you can be things you put out there and the communities of the things Ogle vote on him. And so. This one right like. Less than a month before the election everyone's really angry about both sides we should capitalize on this right as capitalist do and so. Together, and so jake, our team went and got a whole bunch of really cool. T shirt designs the he's he made. One. Some for trump some for Biden and we through on site and way they've been killing themselves almost ready to go. So we're can go live. Anything getting. Pick. Your favorite go to t shirt SMACKDOWN DOT COM by what you want to prove to vote with your wallet. But. Anyway I'm telling you this because. A lot of times for something right and you're spend time and energy June this. I have no idea. It's going to take me all this time and I'm not going to work or not, and all this fear. The reason why? I'm able to do crazy things like this study fears because before I said yes. Before we started the process, the first question that we asked was if we do this thing where we can get the traffic for it that was the question and if I don't know the answer that question the answer. The answer is always no, we're not doing the right. To know that I and so that was the first question where we traffic and I was like, okay, well. Traffic. For this means we need conservative Republican. People we need Liberal Democrat people right and where we find people may okay their email lists week commit here here and here, and then there's email list here here and here, and then the here's the facebook page we can target. Here's here's the liberal. Here's the conservative. Here's the answer really quickly in as quickly could found is many different variations. As. We could of both sides know where you traffic. So very quickly boom here's the traffic I think conservatively probably said, I don't tend to twenty thousand clicks in three or four day period time, which is how long lily smacked probably in the blasting, and so let's do it right and so now Dick and Jake and James who've been working on the site on the free hours after hours, the weekends and stuff. While they're doing that I just went and text all these people's Hey can rent agilis. Yes. Clarin Angeles. Yes. How much does it cost wanted this date I want this much and within. Within twelve minutes maybe. I had enough traffic lined up to get about some between probably ten to fifteen thousand clicks half on the conservative side and half on the liberal side and so now when the lights sites live and click a button that fast sales and start coming in. So. What do you guys? Number One 'cause I want to show off? Brag. Bummer. Fund idea that we had eight years ago we're finally actually executing on. But number two is for you guys start thinking about this gay that's one of the biggest things people have this much time and energy and effort on their idea and their thought, and they're going to be theirselves messaging to build their funnel, and then right we're traffic. and. That should have been the first question not the last I remember. His pre click funnels. No with a it was right when I first came out actually so. Five years would probably I was in London and I spoke this really cool. Then afterwards, they my wife and kids were still. gallivanting around Lyndon Y was. Finishing my speaking I sat in the hallway talked for two or three hours to all the people that was really fun. Definitely as introvert, but it was it was still good talk nationalist questions number one person asked me this question that I'd never answered before. No nobody ever asked me before but he asked the question he said man, you've been doing this so long how do you know that? Something's going to be successful before you do it now?
California slams 'inaccurate and outdated beliefs' of parents suing to reopen schools
"Of schools across the state. A father with two teenagers in Rancho Palos Verde es and a member of the local school board, Matthew Brock says he has seen how the closure of schools since March has impacted his Children. My daughter social emotionally Ogled my son through the lack of interaction with his peers and through teachers has become more withdrawn and detached from school attorney Harmeet Dhillon. The data that we have presented with 35 experts and and witnesses in our motion for a temporary restraining order, and are lawsuit demonstrates conclusively where the world's top experts that the risk to Children and the risk to teachers from Children is infinite testable the state in its opposition, brief urging the court today. Neither the application for a temporary restraining order says the parents are relying on quote, inaccurate and outdated beliefs that school age Children do not spread The Corona virus. Margaret, Career o K. Annex. 10. 70 news Radio 3 20 Now let's check your money. Here's Mona Rivera. Mike and Karin. The business
Houston Is Now Home to a Drive-Thru Strip Club
"Meantime. In Texas. There's a drive through strip club. That is opening. That's right. Of course, this story is not opening for me now, Albert, The strip club is open but the but the story's not opening. Yeah, they could drive through. Apparently you get your hamburger, you know, And then you drive there. The stress of most people are there for a hamburger, right? Some ladies on either side and you can Google them got Google them ogle them. As a cz you cruise on through? I don't know what you're doing in your car is you're ogling them. Well, you're just reciting that some kind of scripture. Probably, you know, I mean, that's where woman man, right camera? Yes. You're doing that TV. Yeah. Throw your money out the window. You toss your dollar bills out there. Black metal barricades separate the dancers from the cars. And dollar bills litter the asphalt between the white sighting of the tent walls and glitter. That's a glitter. There is a lot of glitter. She's right. Kim when describing it as glittery is not Miss taken. The purplish blue lighting cast a familiar to club goers ambiance over the scene. There's really nothing like body parts squished against the glad your glass windshield. Is that what they do? Do they squish it right up against? I mean, so I don't know. I haven't well again. This is in Texas. And it's the first drive through strip club. Ah! While restaurants are now allowed to operate at 50% capacity bars are still shut. And strip clubs fall into that gray area between bars and restaurants. That's why they're serving the right. That's why they're serving Probably the burgers is what I'm
Man convicted of stealing high tech trade secrets for China
"A man is found guilty in the San Jose courtroom of stealing high tech trade secrets for China a federal judge convicted a Chinese national of economic espionage stealing trade secrets and engaging in a conspiracy for the benefit of his country's government house saying was found guilty after a four day trial now this decision comes five years after saying was indicted for conspiring to steal technology from to come Albany's after he graduated from USC the secrets were stolen from thanks former employer Skyworks solutions Massachusetts of ogle technologies in San
Man convicted of stealing high tech trade secrets for China
"A man is found guilty in the San Jose courtroom of stealing high tech trade secrets for China a federal judge convicted a Chinese national of economic espionage stealing trade secrets and engaging in a conspiracy for the benefit of his country's government house saying was found guilty after a four day trial now this decision comes five years after saying was indicted for conspiring to to steal steal technology technology from from to to come come Albany's Albany's after after he he graduated graduated from from USC USC the the secrets secrets were were stolen stolen from from thanks thanks former former employer employer Skyworks Skyworks solutions solutions Massachusetts Massachusetts of of ogle ogle technologies technologies in in San San Jose and the tech is used to help filter out unwanted signals to smartphones the conviction part of efforts to crack down on China's alleged theft of U. S. patented technology
Merkel, Macron unveil €500bn rescue fund
"French president Emmanuel macron and German chancellor ogle Americal say they want to launch a half a trillion euro recovery fund to help E. U. nations hardest hit by the coronavirus and peers Eleanor Beardsley reports the leaders of Europe's two largest economies met by video conference and then held a joint press conference each speaking from his respective capital macro and Mericle proposed raising five hundred billion euros in E. U. backed bonds to create a recovery fund miracle called the corona virus the gravest crisis ever to hit the E. U. and said bold proposals were needed Germany will only be well if Europe as well she said the two leaders said the con it must develop a common health policy and bring home production of medical supplies and medicines McCall said Europe had learned a lesson from selling off critical infrastructure to non European bidders ten years later we realize this strategic error has left this weekend he said macro and Mericle will now seek consensus from all twenty seven members for their
Is the Corona Virus Putting Social Classes Against each other
"Is going hours. Putting social classes against each other is a coronavirus giving some the idea that one social class determines whether one should live or die. I am not normally what you call it a little person. I live in the US. A country that program prize itself in diversity and the rights of individuals. But recently I have read two articles the WHO really frightened me. It seems that the coronavirus is giving some people. The idea the song working class people should die in on a for the economy to survive in other words it in another Ogle. Trench doctors have come with the idea that African countries should be infected with coronavirus and then their experimental vaccine should be tested on these people. I'm putting both to these articles in the description box so it seems rather than becoming won't enlighten about the fact that this virus can decimate in kill anyone regardless of race or social class would want the value other people's lives in this is so is there any hope for us any of us to survive this virus able. Everyone should speak with one goal in mind. What affects one can affect. Oh we need to stop this virus now. Now remember that life is about possibilities in not impossibilities to next on state will.
Announcement: Is the Corona Virus Putting Social Classes Against Each other
"Downsizing is going hours. Putting social classes against each other is a coronavirus giving some the idea that one social class determines whether one should live or die. I am not normally what you call it a little person. I live in the US. A country that program prize itself in diversity and the rights of individuals. But recently I have read two articles the WHO really frightened me. It seems that the coronavirus is giving some people. The idea the song working class people should die in on a for the economy to survive in other words it in another Ogle. Trench doctors have come with the idea that African countries should be infected with coronavirus and then their experimental vaccine should be tested on these people. I'm putting both to these articles in the description box so it seems rather than becoming won't enlighten about the fact that this virus can decimate in kill anyone regardless of race or social class would want the value other people's lives in this is so is there any hope for us any of us to survive this virus able. Everyone should speak with one goal in mind. What affects one can affect. Oh we need to stop this virus now. Now remember that life is about possibilities in not impossibilities to next on state will.
"ogle" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Ogle dole saying and they said it would block for thirty minutes so that's what's going on there now once you get past that fourteen south looks great heading into the new hall passes gave ocean breeze and sun kissed moment at San Diego's legendary hotel del Coronado get up to forty percent off your room the promo code P. seven or mentioned del of a deal when you call eight hundred hotel del subject to availability visit hotel del dot com our next board at five fifty five with more traffic reports more often I'm Jennifer York at the Toyota of Glendora twenty four hour traffic center can extend up in his radio on a cloudy today temps will be in the upper fifties maybe it's a mid sixties went out of the west of fifteen to twenty five could be gusting to thirty five later on this afternoon there is a one five three going into effect this afternoon until later on tonight it's fair downtown LA right now forty eight degrees at the airport LAX cloudy and forty nine in the middle of this pandemic all Gilson's locations will also begin a seniors only shopping our today as well and that starts at seven o'clock this morning apple stores closed indefinitely first apple scented stores would close only for about two weeks now over coronavirus fears it says stores will be closed indefinitely but for many the closures are happening at an inopportune time as millions of people are working from home temporarily amid the corona virus crisis the team will only have stores open in the greater China region where it first shut down stores in early February but re opened all forty two of them by last Friday bagpiper CBS news of course the coronavirus crisis is our big story this morning that I want to pop in with this with a bite and sweeping the primaries last night Bernie Sanders is apparently going to have a conversation to assess his campaign this is according to his campaign manager they released a statement this morning saying the next primary contest at least three weeks away senator Sanders is going to be having conversations with supporters to assess his campaign in the immediate term however he is focused on the government response to the corona virus outbreak and ensuring that we take care of the working people and the most vulnerable again that is a statement from Bernie Sanders campaign manager this morning five fifty well new home construction was stronger than forecast in February a month before the corona virus pandemic injected uncertainty into the economy but residential storage did fall one and a half percent from an upwardly revised result in January applications to permits to build new homes that's pretty much an indicator of future construction that was down five and a half percent now it's shaping up to be another day of choppy trading on Wall Street but unlike yesterday when stocks or they look like with a tank at the opening bell S. and P. futures fell so much earlier that they stop trading frozen down ninety two points nasdaq sank three hundred twenty eight del dropped a hundred twenty one now lived as looking at options for its ride sharing business in these days of corona virus and social distancing with a lot of people simply staying home and they don't need rides in with both lift and uber suspending carpools.
How to Buy Nothing for a Year
"Let's offense in today's episode Which is called how to buy nothing for an entire year like we said earlier? That's a bit on the extremes. I but we wanted to kind of talk about a bunch of different challenges that have come up You know on social media etc like. I don't know about you but I feel like everyday. I'm browsing facebook or instagram. And one of the people that I follow is talking about some kind of challenge. They're participating neck so A lot of these because we're in the New Year right now are focused on. Simplifying am sort of decluttering cleansing. We're getting spring cleaning times. We'll probably see more about that. I think we have some cool content coming out about spring cleaning for brightly soon. Be I just think we were really inspired by seeing this movement of people who have taken kind of this drastic stand to say. I'm not going to buy anything for a whole year. Yeah so what do you think about that? Maybe we can start here and I have to say I probably at one able to go so we don't want it to be overwhelmed by this super ambitious goals. Which is it's amazing. If some people can actually accomplish it and one caveat for this will be on mode by anything you right. Yes so that's one step to make it less Less scary for you like if you can commit to not buying any new but you by Atanas. Amazing staff second has reaching You know we have crossroads store here in San Francisco We have a buffalo exchange right over the goodwill is all around the country. I'm sure you have on other local Secondhand stores are no matter where you on the US around the world but also maybe we can give a blank out to the whole clothing swap ideas. Yeah absolutely and I think We're GONNA you know talk a little bit more about actual ways to get involved in the is in a little bit so I think that's one way to do it on but maybe let's talk a little bit. Alex specific challenges that people. Yeah and doing so that people can look those up later so one. I think that I've heard a lot of recently. This year is the concept of twenty in twenty twenty Chelia so basically this means you're only going to consume twenty new items in specific categories. So I've seen this applied to a book Literary clubs so people who are avid book readers. They're committing to only by twenty bucks now. I think there's probably has a bit more to do with physical books because I feel like yeah. You're buying e-books in digital books. I don't really know what they're numb. You know other people have taken it to mean clothings only by twenty new pieces of clothing this year and I mean you could just extrapolate that to whenever you like to buy right exactly exactly. Yeah yeah anything consumable and anything that you you know. Non-consumer WILL I have to? That's Craz- the most impact? So I I think that's so. Sounds pretty reasonable. Actually you again. If you have the caveat of like buying Allah twins Mu Things. Exactly I mean I feel like a great way to start would be think about what you find yourself buying over and over again that is non consumable yep like maybe again. You're addicted to make up And you find that you're always fine a ton of makeup and maybe you don't even get through the next one because you just consume all the time and that's okay and again. I heard a shame but it might be a really interesting todd exercise for you to take a step back and actually me personally. I am got into the concept of a capsule wardrobe a few years ago. I'll talk a little bit more about met my journey about that a little bit but I think for me was luck. Easier to say okay. I'M GONNA start with a set number of pieces per season and I'm only going to layer on areas where I feel like I don't have additional close so that made me feel better. I know actually another one. I wanted to shout out to is So there's a lady named Emily Lay on L. E. Y. She does these beautiful planners I think all the simplified planner. That's her that's her company very popular and she actually inspires people to do a simplified challenge once a year so she willing to not in the show notes. But she's got some really great. Proms for helping you declutter cool animal. So if you if you're stuck neon like numbers and challenges for you to do another thing that occurred around the web in SKULD projects three three three Basically IT SAYS THIRTY PIECES. It thirty three items in three months. Wow it's a little bit more at kind of probably they justifiable. Especially if you're talking of thirty three items at new items that still. It sounds very very easy to do. But basically it's kind of meaning capsule wardrobe but three months which is kind of like seasons as well. That is much more easier to do. the websites could be more with last DOT com. And I think Courtney author. She just released the also project three three three. Yep and again whatever number you choose I think it's fun to participate in call in the challenges because you are joining the group you're interacting with each other. You're helping each other in a stay accountable But there's no right now on number. Ogle you decide for yourself and even if you don't hit the goal is reached a the moon even if you don't reach among the stars like this. It's important thing is changed the way you think about the consuming new bronx. And then you know. Starting lamenting small changes affidavit life. Exactly just figure out what works for you and actually that kind of leads us into our next thought which is okay. So you've heard about A few examples that we provided. And of course do your on research check out. What's trending on Instagram? Or with your friend group but once you maybe get into the challenge world. Maybe like you like I'm like us. You'll understand we got really deep into this understood there. So so many challenges so actually. How do you pick one like these? Let's say like I've got like ten listed like how should how should I pick one two different challenges? Yeah I think I think it's I think the start is your personal consumption and I want to I don't have it in the show but will include it for sure. The threat up Fashioned impact quiz that will it's called I think the average challenge every kind of step towards implementing Muslim building. Your everyday life starts with you where you are right
A Life Full Of Unmanageability
"Thank you for hanging out with me today and listening to the pod. I feel like we have had some really compelling stories on the last several weeks and it has been awesome for me to listen to those episodes again and I find myself intrigued league even know I was there when we recorded he no. It's usually several weeks or even a couple of months between recording an episode and launching. It live for you so when I sit down to edit an episode. It's kind of all new to me again and it's actually really fun but I feel like we've had some great great stories and really good stop in some stuff kind of outside the box so to speak. I think the episode Eighty eight with Joshua Shea was super compelling in challenging for me in some ways you know Joshua is this nice guy by overachiever. Kahal Eq and I can relate to all of those things you know and when we started getting into the details of where his his porn addiction took him there were definitely moments that were uncomfortable for me and not necessarily like the sex or pornography pornography part of the discussion but what triggered for me was the manipulation and this was a difficult part of my own story in a couple of ways one when I got sober in started to heal and become a better human being. I started to recognize How manipulative I had been in my drinking life and I was not comfortable thinking of myself in that way? You know I mean that's weird to think of yourself as manipulative manipulative. I knew I was a mess and there were times when I didn't think I was fixable at the same time I was a very loving and kind person you know. I love people in a huge way and like most addicted people. I was super codependent. So I had that people pleasing thing that would make me go out of my way for everyone and over the top even when it was unnecessary and as we all know no one of us is all good or all bad right. Every one of us is some combination of both in. That was certainly true for me so it triggered me to think about how manipulative I had been and it also triggered this other piece of my own trauma around sound manipulation and sacks and this is also a big part of addiction for many of us in part of our trauma. I've definitely had my fair share of of being lied to and manipulated and used for sex right and one thing. I WanNa let me preface this. I I want to really stressed about this topic anytime we talk about sex relationships any of that stuff I feel like men really can get a bad wrap when we talk about sex so I wanNA clarify we all manipulate one another four sex or with sex right we manipulate for different reasons. Men Men manipulate to get sex women use sex to get companionship and security and this just goes with like our natural innate instincts instincts men's core instinct is procreate women's corps instinct is security and the reason I want to be clear about that is. This isn't a battle of the sexes right and and I have been called out before where somebody was like. You always talk about. Men like bagging on men. That's not the case. I talk about men because my because because I date men so my experiences have been with men that please. I don't ever want anybody to think that I think men are bad and women are like we are all a mess. Okay and I WANNA be clear on that. It's not about all the sexes. We are all a hot mess and we are a hot mess together. We you just do things we maneuver a little bit differently right so I don't ever want anybody to feel like I'm Talking Trash on one and not the other. Because I don't feel that way at all anyway. I feel like that conversation with Joshua Shea really got me thinking some good and some bad and the five truths episode food. That was another episode. That really got some incredible feedback. Like I was kind of blown away to be honest. We got an incredible response to the five truths episode. And I wanna read some of those comments from the facebook group because this I mean you guys know this makes me so. Oh freaking happy. Not only all the conversation that we have in the facebook group. I love that but hearing your feedback. You know what I mean knowing what things you like to talk about and what things as you want to hear more about and what impacted you in an episode like I love all of that that allows me to serve you better and to provide you with the information nation that you want right so I love this stuff. okay so one person sat in. I'm not going to give names right because it's a private facebook group in just to who protect everyone's privacy. I'm not GONNA say Necessarily who said were but someone said might be. He my favorite one so far and I've listened to them all phenomenal pod like that's huge. You guys that's crazy. Another one was frigging fantastic. PODCAST thank you Angela. Pugh you always seem to say so many things that I need to hear in the way you say say those things are right on target. Bless you my friend and bless you to my friend Another one was. I really needed to hear. Addiction is not a weakness loved it. I listened twice. Took a good look at myself and spoke okay to my closest friend about it. I'm not doing this without a support system. Thank you so much and I love that you guys. We have to have a support support system. It is so important that we have that support but also to get that love and acceptance from the people that we love is such a big part of our journey you know so that was beautiful last one said O m G. I loved the five truths. podcast curious curious to know which one people struggle with the most hearing Angeles say that she is not a weak person and addiction. Doesn't make you weak week was super inspiring. I loved the comment about having a perfect exterior and being an addict I love that. She is helping. Remove who've a huge stigma around this issue. I feel so validated and so excited about my sobriety. Holy Crap you guys. You have no idea India how much I love these conversations in hearing your thoughts and I totally agree with the last one like I would love to know which the five truths people struggle Ogle with the most and I probably have a pretty good idea because I have these conversations with with clients and everybody trying to get sober all the time. And that's why I put that five if truths episode together but yeah I would love to know that. Like what was the most impactful piece of that. And so if you're in the facebook group start that conversation and if you're not in the facebook group and get your buns over there and join it. It's FACEBOOK DOT com forward slash groups forward. Sasha diction unlimited and. I will put the link in the show notes. Of course so you can click and get there right from your podcast and this actually leads me perfectly into today's topic topic a life full of unmanaged ability and there was a ton of unmanageable city in my life. Not only in my drinking life if but well into my sobriety and I think this can be one of those words that gets thrown around like in the twelve step programs because because it's part of the first step our lives have become unmanageable and I feel like the word gets thrown around. But there's not a lot of real explanation an as to what that means and I mean honestly. I don't think I explored this word and really what it meant till probably a few years into my sobriety alrighty because I have a hard time sometimes connecting the word with the actual behaviors in. Maybe it's because I'm so analytical analytical and kind of a logical thinker. I need to know like when you tell me. My life is unmanageable. I need to know exactly what actions I'm taking being that are labeled unmanageable right. Like that's just how my brain works. I need to know what that means like literally.
11 Trivia Questions on The 90s
"All right guys today. We have an episode all about one of my favorite decades. The nineteen nineties. You're GonNa have fun playing along with these questions and again cantons in Australia in here if you are a child of the eighties or the nineties or even the two thousand. We're going to dive into eleven questions on the nineties right now. Here we go all right here. We go with some Trivia on the ninety S. Here's question number one. What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air question issue number one? What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air that's question question number? Two what brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in nineteen ninety seven. What brand of GIG PAT sold over seventy six million units? Starting back in Nineteen ninety-seven question number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold in. What tape is Arnold's head often referred to on the Nick Toon? Hey Arnold in what shape is Arnold's head often referred to. That's question number. Three question number four. What group had the hit nineteen ninety song? Let's talk about sex. What group pedal hit one thousand nine hundred song? Let's talk about sex question for question. Five Yo play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on what colorful kids. Cereal of the nineties. Yo Playmate a Popular Yogurt based on what serial of the nineties. That's question number number five six more questions left in this quiz on the most radical decade of all the Nineteen Ninety S. Here's number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie use the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. Get ready for rush hour question number seven what year did Goldeneye 007 get released in the US. For nintendo sixty four. What year did Goldeneye come out on the Nintendo sixty four four number seven number eight? A Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty two called the blank cheese man man and other fairly stupid tales fill in that blank the blank cheese nanny nine hundred ninety two. That's question number eight. What book was that number? Nine is a fifty fifty question who won super bowl. Twenty nine in one thousand nine hundred ninety six was at the San Francisco Forty niners or the chargers. Here's one super bowl twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. The forty niners or the chargers question number ten Dan. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety song question of ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety ninety s Song Question Number Ten and question number eleven for two points. What was the four word word name of a famous mounted talking fish? You could buy off your TV in the nineties will confer four words here four a multiple talking fish you you buy off your TV in the nineties. That is the end of your quiz on the nineties for today's episode Checkout Ogle Pogo Brewing in San Gabriel California tons of Great Beers here to try tons of great beers on tap in tons of great beards to take home one of my favorite places to grab a beer. Oh go pogo brewing. San Gabriel California. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers to the questions on the ninety S. We're back with the answers to nineties he's Trivia. Let's see how you did. Question number one we have the name of the Butler and the fresh Prince of bel-air which of course was Jeffrey. He was kind of a smart Aleck character on the fresh prince. Jeffrey on the fresh prince number two. What brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in one thousand seven? That was Tamagotchi Tamagotchi number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold and what shape is Arnold's head often referred to football it is a football shaped head. Football head is actually the last line of these shows intro. If you've seen number four what group had hit nineteen ninety song. Let's talk about sex. That was salt in pepe. Common table condiments. You might find at a restaurant or diner number five Yo. Oh play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on the colorful cereal tricks in the Nineties Tricks Yogurt which I imagine was also just for kids number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie used the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. That was speed my wife was like. Is it rush hour when I was quizzing. Her and she goes is it. Is it rush hour and I was like no. It's it's not rush hour. Because that's in the tagline. Although the movie came out like five years later four years later ninety eight. I think three years later whenever that was ninety. Six to ninety eight two years later. Oh my number. One Thousand Ninety four is when speed it came out so it was five years later now for years like Oh my God numbers Goldeneye double o seven get released in the US for Nintendo sixty four. That was back in nineteen ninety seven ninety seven the year the Goldeneye the game that changed the world number. Eight of Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred called the blank cheese man and other fairly stupa tails. It was the stinky cheese man. The stinky cheese man. I've read that to my daughter before in modern times number. Nine one super bowl. Twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. It was the the forty niners. The forty niners and number ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of song that would be gangster's paradise by coolio he was not happy with parody from an interview. I saw back in the day and number eleven for two points. The talking forward fish that mounted and would sing to you. I believe he bought it off. TV was called big mouth. Billy elite Bass Big Mouth Billy Bass so there you go. You learn some stuff or reminisced about the nineties on
"ogle" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is that you wash your hands ogle says the university's contacted everyone who may have had contact with the infected person and in addition to the Arizona case six other cases of corona virus have been confirmed in the US the latest today in northern California new this evening federal agents arrested a Phoenix area man accused of leading a group of al Qaeda terrorists in Iraq he's also wanted to stand trial in Iraq for two charges of premeditated murder committed in two thousand six forty two year old Lee you self Ahmed on nori was arrested here yesterday the Iraqi government is requesting his extradition from the US there's a new development in the story of the Phoenix parents who were arrested after skeletal remains were found in their house the father worked at valley school Rafael low error was an employee at Sierra Linda high school in Phoenix but a letter sent to parents confirmed he will no longer be working there following his arrest there were no other details given about the situation but the letter did say there would be personnel on campus to help support students and staff after the news Rafael and his wife Mary bell were arrested earlier this week on charges of child abuse arson and concealment of human body parts look for sooner Katie a our news the mother of two kids who have not been seen since September failed to meet a court ordered deadline to bring the children to police in Idaho lorries aloe who told police her kids were in Arizona was found this weekend why no kids inside how do you not know where your child is number one so she says and how do you not have them for four months what kind of mother does the only word that is coming to my mind right now is a monster that is K. would cog Veloz sister in law a judge could hold shallow in contempt of court which would allow prosecutors to extradite her to ought to Idaho to face charges a sixty two year old Phoenix man's been sentenced to thirteen years in prison for sexual exploitation of a minor investigators say they used a search warrant to find pictures of fourteen year old girls on route off John Porter's computer in may of twenty eighteen police claim that computer had been used to share video files containing graphic depictions of child exploitation through a peer to peer trading network Porter pled guilty to two felony counts Bob Maclay KTA our noon another crash in the valley involving an autonomous vehicle a car and a driver lives way mo van collided mural in Warner last night the way my passenger was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries police are still investigating president trump's impeachment Democrats hopes of calling new witnesses and the impeachment trial are over after the Senate voted down the proposal in a forty nine to fifty one vote and Arizona Republican weighs in on what comes next president drop will likely be acquitted and congressman David Stryker tells KTAR he hopes Congress can finally get to work on solving some key issues whether it be from drug pricing to infrastructure financing we're on the cusp of being able to come together and make these things work but it won't happen if we continue to live in a world of sort of the impeachment chaos sense why could admits he's nervous that even after the president's acquitted there will be an impeachment two point oh journey foster KTAR news next step in the impeachment trial closing arguments on Monday a final vote on Wednesday keep it right here on K. T. A. R. for the latest developments of president trump's impeachment another case of coronavirus confirm today in northern California and that brings the US number of cases to seven also today the US government announces drastic new steps to combat coronavirus the White House is now declaring corona virus a public health emergency in the US the trump administration is imposing a temporary ban on foreign nationals who have traveled in China in the last fourteen days from entering the US and a U. S. citizen returning from mainland China will be under fourteen days of self quarantine and flights coming in from China will only be allowed to land it seven US airports JFK a New York Chicago o'hare San Francisco Seattle Atlanta Honolulu and LA acts like stone ABC news coming up just a few minutes Britain has now officially cut ties with the European Union and we're gonna hear from the family of a fourteen year old who was shot and killed by a former Tempe cop after learning that couple not be facing charges plus we'll check your ride home K. T. A. R. news time.
German Chancellor urges all parties to back Iran nuclear deal
"Growing tensions in the Middle East prompting a meeting in Moscow between Russian president Vladimir Putin and German chancellor ogle Americal Russia and Germany are among the world's power is trying to salvage the Iran
Chicago Weather: Over 1,000 Flights Canceled At O’Hare, Midway Airports Amid Winter Storm
"Airport officials had here have canceled hundreds of flights from from Saturday schedule at this ahead of that approaching winter storm the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for Boone coke to page Kane Kendall lake lasalle lead ogle and when a bagel counties to early Sunday morning a winter storm warning is in effect for boon to Calvin McEnery
New law to increase consumer privacy protections in California
"The country's toughest data privacy law will go into effect it's a state law in California but with no federal law on the horizon it is expected to set the national standard ritual my row of member station KQED in San Francisco has details it's hard to find a better authority on the California consumer privacy act the one of its co authors merry stone Ross she doesn't have to reach to give you the highlights and January first twenty twenty all Californians will be able to find out what personal information businesses collecting about them their devices and their children will be able to opt out of the sale of their personal information and if a company fails to implement reasonable security practices and their personal information is breached they'll be allowed to sue those companies companies can still collect the data what you buy where you go and when all the photos you've ever taken your emails even the ones you deleted at cetera what companies must do now is tell you what they're collecting when you ask and what companies can't do anymore legally is sell that data if you tell them not to and if they do anyway can you sue no not for that it's only for data breaches so if certain categories of personal information for example your social security number are breached and a business fails to implement reasonable security practices then you have because also California's Attorney General can prosecute after the law goes into effect January first right after that first kiss in the hugs and the champagne the laws in effect that's Attorney General have yerba Serra but his budget is limited he's already said his office is likely to conduct only three enforcement actions a year against who he won't say yet the bigger the company probably the biggest problem the bigger the universe that has some data that is used in certain ways it could lead to that violation the bigger the case will be industry group spent the last year trying to re write and soften the law it's expected they'll soon to stop its roll out in the new year in the meantime some companies like Microsoft are adopting the new rules right away and across the nation other companies not so much in a post outlining its position for instance Facebook argues it doesn't sell your data it sells advertisers access to you it's up to the advertisers to lead to opt out or not you can almost see Chris who from ogle who teaches tech regulation at UC Berkeley rolling his eyes Facebook in particular appears to be interpreting the law in a very opportunistic way so that be don't need to actually do anything to comply with who's not goal thinks the biggest tech companies in Silicon Valley are in a financial position to bet it'll be awhile before the attorney general's office comes for them in the meantime the money is no joke Facebook alone makes billions annually providing advertisers access to users enforcement is unknown here but Facebook will be in trouble if the Attorney General except along uses it other data privacy laws like this one are expected to crop up in other states too because there is no federal law in California the attorney general's office is expected to finalize its regulations and begin enforcement July first friendly our news I'm a trauma road in San
New law to increase consumer privacy protections in California
"The country's toughest data privacy law will go into effect it's a state law in California but with no federal law on the horizon it is expected to set the national standard ritual my row of member station KQED in San Francisco has details it's hard to find a better authority on the California consumer privacy act the one of its co authors merry stone Ross she doesn't have to reach to give you the highlights and January first twenty twenty all Californians will be able to find out what personal information of businesses collecting about them their devices and their children will be able to opt out of the sale of their personal information and if a company fails to implement reasonable security practices and their personal information is breached they'll be allowed to see those companies companies can still collect the data what you buy where you go and when all the photos you've ever taken your emails even the ones you deleted at cetera what companies must do now is tell you what they're collecting when you ask and what companies can't do anymore legally is sell that data if you tell them not to and if they do anyway can you sue no not for that it's only for data breaches so if certain categories of personal information for example your social security number are breached and a business fails to implement reasonable security practices then you have because also California's Attorney General can prosecute after the law goes into effect January first right after that first kiss in the hugs and the champagne the laws in effect that's Attorney General have year for Serra but his budget is limited he's already said his office is likely to conduct only three enforcement actions a year against who he won't say yeah the bigger the company probably the biggest problem the bigger the universe that has some data that is used in certain ways it could lead to that violation the bigger the case will be industry group spent the last year trying to re write and soften the law it's expected they'll soon to stop its roll out in the new year in the meantime some companies like Microsoft are adopting the new rules right away and across the nation other companies not so much in a post outlining its position for instance Facebook argues it doesn't sell your data it sells advertisers access to you it's up to the advertisers to lead to opt out or not you can almost see Chris who from ogle who teaches tech regulation at UC Berkeley rolling his eyes Facebook in particular appears to be interpreting the law in a very opportunistic way so that be don't need to actually do anything to comply with who's not goal thinks the biggest tech companies in Silicon Valley are in a financial position to bet it'll be awhile before the attorney general's office comes for them in the meantime the money is no joke Facebook alone makes billions annually providing advertisers access to users enforcement is unknown here but Facebook will be in trouble if the Attorney General except along uses it other data privacy laws like this one are expected to crop up in other states too because there is no federal law in California the attorney general's office is expected to finalize its regulations and begin enforcement July
House Dems raise prospect of new impeachment articles, in court battle over McGahn testimony
"We're back now with the politics. Lead House Democrats insisting they still need the testimony of former White House counsel Don mcgann because their investigation into whether president trump obstructed justice continues and could in theory lead to additional articles of impeachment that is in response to a filing overnight from the Justice Department which argues the courts should avoid weighing in mcgann while an impeachment. Trial is pending. WanNa bring a CNN senior. Justice correspondent Evan Evan. DOJ also saying that since hence the articles of impeachment do not include obstruction of justice. which they want to hear from Don mcgann about his testimony is irrelevant at this point? Does right Erica in the articles of impeachment. There's only one cursory Sort of reference to the mother investigation. And and that's one reason why the Justice Department says that the courts first of all should stay out of. It's been their argument for for some months. Now that the that the court should play no role in a fight that is between Congress and the White House but The heart of this says the importance of all of this big question which is can. The president give absolute immunity to his close aides. That's what the president is arguing that these people don't even have to show up to To in response to a subpoena from from Congress in this case Don mcgann who as you know it was a was the former White House counsel and was unimportant Horton witness in the obstruction of justice. Part of the Muller investigation well and the houses also arguing that it needs muller grand jury secrets to show in the Senate impeachment impeachment trial President Trump's pattern of soliciting interference and obstruction right. Exactly that's the one reference that they make in the articles of impeachment that have already been approved proved but the question here is you know what does this matter for for any other parts of the of what the what the House Democrats are doing. And I think what the courts are struggling ogling with And you know certainly what the administration is trying to exploit here is the fact that the Democrats have have already voted for these articles of impeachment. And the answer is from the House. Democrats is we can always impeach him again. Essentially we can add more articles of impeachment In addition to the ones that have already been approved. Be Interesting to see how that would would work. Evan Perez appreciate it as always. Thank you C. N. N. legal analyst Joe Jackson back with me now. So let's start with what we heard from the Justice Department. These arguments again filed overnight tonight to those arguments. Water depends who you ask the panther you sitting next to write from a department of Justice Loy. Eric I'm going to say absolutely they do. They carry the day but let's just try to evaluate it objectively. I think the core clearly has a place here. Why you can't on the one hand argue that you know what mcgann is absolutely immune? He's not going to go to Congress because I say so. If you don't like that go to the court okay. So then we go to the court and then you get a district court ruling that says that presidents we elect them. We don't elect kings or anything else. He has to testify. But if there are specific issues that you feel a privilege that you feel fall into illegal exception he could cite that at the time of his testimony and and then of course now you say well no. It's going to impede upon what we're doing here. I don't think it's a credible argument. Look as long as we get paid to make arguments we get paid to support clients and what they want us have as do as long as those arguments we call frivolous meaning. They have no merit but I think at the end of the day. It's really not a legitimate argument to make that the court has no place. It may impede upon the impeachment proceedings and therefore hold off. Hold the phone. Don't do it. I just think that Da. No I do I mean what. What else is it's it's it's been complete stall? We know that Congress has a responsibility and that responsibility includes getting information from the executive so to your point in terms of Congress has a responsibility the the house we just heard is saying. Listen part of the reason that we need to hear from Don mcgann is that we are not done investigating and there could be more articles have been preserved very well may yeah I mean it's premature right. I think they have to get through this. There's been an impeachment. We'll see what happens now. The Senate trial in terms of whether there's actually more evidence and information and facts and will all those facts. Erica actually matter but sure I mean look if you do something that's impeachable. The House has a role to ferret out what that is and to the extent that mcgann has critical information that that he has not conveyed because he's being held and not to testify. I think the court should make a ruling. They should proceed. You think they should make a ruling just quickly do you think mcgann again and other important. Witnesses could be compelled to testify. I I don't see it. I mean I think they should be but at the rate this is going. Are you talking about the Senate trial for purposes of the Senate trial. Well I think that's completely in the arm of one Mitch. McConnell the Senate majority leader. I think he'll call the shots
Theory Founder Andrew Rosen on Fashion's Past and Future
"In Sherman sits down with Andrew Rosen a legendary executive from the New York garment sorry and now he's reached a new stage in his career he's investing in companies Andrew to take stock. Here's Andrew Rosen inside fashion when you were growing up where did you grow up how much outside of Boston Massachusetts in in a real sort of country town no and I I suppose that I didn't really know I was going to my exposure to clothing always when he came home and and you know I would get exposed to it in that way or sometimes he'd bring back I remember exposed to it sort of on the periphery from time to time my dad had a factory in I was doing sorta kids stuff and I was really into golf and I was a so at some point your dad moved his factory to New York or to work after World War Two from my grandfather he like co Tuesday Wednesday comeback Thursday so my dad was when I was growing up did that have to do with factories and being able can you know six early sixties fifties sixties seventies it's just the way it was we my dad's company was addressed company it wasn't until the mid to late seventies that company started to with my dad maybe in the in the late sixties way the business was in those days but you know like everything else new at some point your dad's started manufacturing genes for Calvin Klein Right Calvin Klein jeans business and he within three years he was doing Toriola and and was was really sort of the consummate and he also at that time had done a deal with Diane von Furstenberg to die in Verse Berg Dresses so back in the you know I was very young and Diane was you say that the business that he was doing before there was no future to that and you know it was just the risk reward wasn't to to do that in a big way and he did that with Calvin Klein with it's worth business with Calvin Klein jeans and he made more money with and the opportunity was was so much bigger and you know he quickly I I started working what what made you decide to go did you go to college I really that's sort of what I was into and what happened is and he said I'd be more than happy to speak to can I was nineteen years old and I went in my dad started it was very unusual and spent take about two years this from from the beginning and really under getting a perspective showroom and started selling Calvin Klein jeans in the in the showroom in New York and I sort of had a I guess maybe I had an affinity for it and a year after that my dad got the license to do the men's Calvin Klein jeans and in in one thousand nine hundred seventy seventy eight and was an amazing innovator and we ah pop culture moment because that's really one fashion in the in America especially became a whole new generation of American fashion and designers becoming I think the really the beginning of what was ultimately to come here sadder and I was able to experiment with a lot of things in my mind eight learning experience for me and and and understand asked to weigh in nineteen eighty three and that I was nowhere near ready but in the moment I was just something that that was what I had to do so I had to be ready for it you well I think that there were some things I did really well and some things I didn't do so well and and have a vision and lead people and and Do all the kinds dad but in another way I had to do things the way I was comfortable with not the way my it did it or I felt like I could make my Ogle with that I was lucky with my dad that he and I never had that kind of sort of learning a lot on my own but you know I I as I your dad passed away in and it sounds like he was kind of Ah the first person that would come to mind would be Berry Schwartz but I don't know what kind of relationship I spent some nice time together and have a lot of fun remers about my Dad Barry although he and I had a nice relationship it wasn't the kind of to have that relationship but actually my dad had a his his me and a and a and a great friend and a lot of ways replaced Like I didn't have that kind of I was lucky that I had myles there to be that kind of so theory is is still we're talking like no what nineteen eighty through any right well Barry Schwartz and Calvin Klein it was it was a public company in Barry I ended up staying and working for them and actually was in the same building and I just moved to was down but Alvin things I learned from barrier I think both of them are are great over the years I think that my philosophies were shaped by a number of people I learned so much from from different people over the years what made I stayed was I felt like I wanted to want to walk away from that and when I when the four years later I had proved my worth and What I needed to accomplish and was ready to move on but I I and I think I made the right decision and staying and I think it was it was it was very good post on a Karen Frank Morey and Tommy Line and it was again a great experience for me to a- An- and he and I worked very closely together I think that you we've parted ways that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety six so I was there for your idea for theory what what did you want to do with it you essentially forty years old I was forty years old when I started my company and I companies all my life I had I wanted to be able to do things it was about the quality and integrity of of the clothing we make made in how we did business on and the idea of clothing having more versatility it was wherever they were and so I I wanted to create a company where at that time I was I was doing some work with Ellie Tahari and Elie Tahari voted on Ellie was very excited about the fabric showed it to me I said you know I never expect it would turn into the kind of company it did but it was a bull wearing stretchy fabric like that I remember growing up that order was the comfort and the wearability immediately adopted you know the whole idea the city and so a basic shirt or a basic pair of pants it became very different when you use fabric with Lycra and we were doing was really really sort of changed the way you know national and you could take just a simple pair of sharing and and sourcing fabrics like with that was the thing we were going to own as a company hearted making clothes and and and people started putting them on thank from beginning that it would be a work where thing that it would be you know suiting office was going to become a place that was wherever you were it wasn't so I want I really sort of zeroed into that I can feel that was as I say more sophisticated and and but this idea of contemporary and that price point a very you know my experience in the early days was in the gene business at Calvin Klein and a and melded the two together and came up with a very fresh new as I didn't want to sell the bridge department because if we sold the bridge department or were part and it was a very small department at that time and it was made up of a lot of random companies I guess in a way I was fortunate that it worked out but I and so I think that you know we we didn't want to become ears right I sold the company in in seven it was best for me it was best for Ellie to be able to aw I wanted to be free to do other things I didn't want to just to to to to to be able to diversify and by divers way basically I just wanted to diversify finances assessment that I was only going to be there for one year it lasted a lot stuck and and doing one thing for the rest of my life why why did you stick around people fast retailing was was a incredible the I enjoyed the people I was working for and there was no reason to make and were mentors to these designers and work is what you make it and I maybe I had a with the people inside our company and with the people that I invested in that and where we were going and were very passionate about accomplishing being proud of the work that you did in the way you did it on was was yes in a way it gave me a perspective on what was new and what was up and coming any companies I invested in did I try to impress ah views were and what their the culture they want to create and as many of the other companies are I I enjoyed a and still enjoy today did you ask him for money how did you choose who to invest in what it what is the thing in this industry not as a as a as a passive player as uh-huh sale to you know every aspect of the business I have an understanding I have an understanding of where it can fit in the market they have the integrity and the ability to be able to make that work I'm just a sort of a mentor or I had my own job I never was looking for to the inspired and creative the work that I was doing there and to mind back in the day so well in the twenty years that you have had a major of about what has changed in the industry but what what are the fundamental things that you think I started in the mid nineteen seventies so things have and just technology in general I mean technology is totally changed the way we live our lives it has so changed the world that you know one has to think to change but it's you know it's it's something that Oh you know when you think about the ability to it's pretty incredible and that's a fundamentally different thing
An app wanted to bring back Instagram's creepiest feature for stalking loved ones
"As Dystopia as it sounds the APP charge people up to eighty dollars a year so they could get wouldn't be ogling other people on instagram anymore as you know all loving relationships are you're on instagram since two thousand eleven they had this thing called the following tab where you and that is what this APP is promising as if you know that that was a great we're getting rid of this feature because people say it's creepy they didn't say we're getting rid of it because people think it's creepy but at work so didn't straight up say yeah this is stalking tool it's kind of it's mostly acknowledged on social I agree with you this seems like a really creepy APP and good view I mean they on follow somebody follow somebody likes tweet re tweet somebody that kind of thing and you get notifications every time so it's a good time to remind people that
"ogle" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Them. I mean, they don't have to they don't they don't they don't actually have to explain what they were doing when they were selling sex razors back in the seventies or the eighties or the nineties or maybe two years ago. They don't have to answer for any of that. But if I God forbid said, something my son said something in nineteen ninety five my life is destroyed. How dare you? It's really weird. And I think this is a strange thing. We've talked for years. I mean, how long have we been doing this show, and we've talked about how the left in the media are pushing the boundaries, and we're losing those sort of traditional values. Right. Like everybody's having sex with everybody. Like they've now combined that with like this really odd puritanical set of demands where you can't you can't you can't talk about any of these things like you have to at the same time be way over the line in break every barrier of of what was at one point good taste. But at the same time, you can't say anything to anybody. It's a new religion is it's a new religion. These are the puritanical priests that will tell you what you can and cannot say, and what's what's so aggravating about this is you're the one always saying to us that we're too. We're too tight. We're too. We're too afraid of sex and everything else we we just want everybody to be wholesome. And we'll now what is that Gillette ad that Gillette ad is teaching your children to be wholesome. It's teaching your children not to Ogle girls. Not to pinch their ass. Not to not to whistle at them in cap, call that is a good thing. Gillette came along because I was teaching by kids. Exactly the opposite. I taught my son how to whistle you? Right. I put my kid in catcalled class. I was teaching him. How to be a better I put him in construction sites. So that he could learn from the worker a smart. All.
"ogle" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Jeez, Ross allots get to today. Let's start with the latest trade since yesterday. I know you already discussed it with Andrew, and that's the giants sending quarterback Eli apple to the who debts for fourth and seventh round pick. So I guess this is maybe a reflection now on the fact that the giants are one in five. And as we sit on the power rankings, Tuesday their season as like a sensually over at this point that you know in terms of them actually having a chance at the playoffs or anything like that. I think that's probably what's going on here because otherwise. You know, they made a bunch of moves to saquon move, not getting a quarterback Ogle tree, and a lot of their moves were solar were about winning now, and that didn't really work out for them. They didn't really. They didn't really win now. And so now they're more being sellers. It's just weird that that's all the value that they think you lap. I mean, he's playing for them seem to be playing. Okay. Fourth and seventh round picks that's not much that's like giving a guy away. Meanwhile, the New York Jets signed wide receiver chard Matthews. And that comes a few days after cutting Terrell Pryor back on Saturday. That's bizarre to me that that's the part of it. I really don't understand especially when Adam Schefter has said that prior is now healthy and prior could be ready as soon as this Sunday to sign with somebody. There's something weird there somehow Terrell Pryor does something that rubs people the wrong way. There's really no other explanation for it at this point because this happens to him. It seems like too often that he ends up getting, you know, cut like this. I don't know. They'd rather send a guy that there's no the offense and we're chard Matthews rather just bring back prior bizarre. Two pieces of quarterback news to get to in the AFC west first. Let's start in Oakland, Derek cars, relationship in the locker room pretty fractured. And the other one is Broncos backup quarterback. Chad, Kelly being charged with first degree, criminal trespassing, early Tuesday morning. So this is weird. Right? So there's a report that Derek cars relationship in the locker room is fractured with the team because he was crying after he got hurt in London. This guy go, I tweeted this at Ross, Tucker. NFL go back and watch how he handled it when he broke his leg against the colts a couple years ago when they were going to be they were gonna win the division and have a chance to make a playoff run. He handled that like a champ. I mean, he didn't cry. He was like, broke, it broke, it broke it. It's broke. It's broke, like he wasn't. I mean, he thought he handled that like a rockstar, two guys. Tough is nails. And I think this report is a little shady to me and you wonder if maybe maybe they would trade him, I don't know..
"ogle" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Turn your phone off. My phone's going hasn't done anything all day. All of a sudden it's going. All right. So what did you what am I doing? I'm listening not. Yeah. Don't be a sucker who uses your eyeballs for books. Orders enough workout daily, but I'm driving walking around golfing running ogling women, right? I I no longer do that in this new movement. Okay. I don't look anywhere. Not until two thousand seventeen year. All about all about the. Yeah, they go. Why did I go Chicago, the Ogle AGA. Ogling. How do you say it? Hogle Ogle uncle algal glogau Ogle Ogle it's lost. All meaning hasn't it oughta. Yes, but you know it hasn't audible. Yeah, audible Hauge lable. No eight a minute. No new idea. What's that? What? What audible to it would just be you would be listening to someone describing the woman that they're looking at. You listen to this. It's a little creepy to it. There might be a market for that. Well, there's no question my mind. There's good for is. Yeah, this is a bad idea. I'm bailing sitting on the all right. I was doing the act out of me listening on a train. I literally, that's where I put myself. You know something. I've never done your method man on the train. Audible, let you feel yourself with more stories. Listen, just great books out there. Right? Like I mentioned, got that Caddyshack book. I don't know if that's on audible. If it is certainly greatly at it is, but listen, they've got upwards of fourteen books over there. So I'm guessing that's probably even more. Yeah, guarantee choked on a sandwich. What are you doing. What. Got a second this just in, oh, garren. Cockerel has a book on audible demonic another tales Garin let's say it for Christ's sake. Audible has a Garin cockerel book, author master certificate owner and the master of horror. That's what they call them. Nobody's called him that. And if you read this, you'll know why. Well, you don't have to read it. You can listen to it. Keen Phoenix, holy shit could get. Some guy walking doesn't. Right? So smooth. Right. Does he does? He happen to describe any women. Darren cockerels the demonic. Another tales, short fiction of Garin. Cockerel is available inaudible and way to use your free. I guess you get a free.
"ogle" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"I was going to make a bad joke but i let me just go back to the grandpa's and it was like humor yes so many colors of humor but in the crazy thing is like improv is my is is my thing like that's the thing to genuinely saved me because i was trying to figure out what i wanted to do was for before but i wasn't happy and i always knew i wanted to do comedy and there's so many tools and philosophies in improv that that are just about acceptance and being presence being present and acknowledging the other person and and giving up your ego and all this kind of stuff but i just couldn't apply it in life you know and so i don't know the answer your question i don't remember if there is like a moment i do remember there's a moment where my ex i was talking about this so so great you're on this show and i was like yeah but i wanted to be your suitors regularly and she's like just take the compliment like from across the room she yelled at me and i was like oh i am i'm doing this to such greed that is making her verbally surges like blurt out something so it just sort of i don't know it's funny you just you know they talk about layers of an onion being peeled away layers of yourself being peeled away i think that's the thing we're we're the things that used to serve you these protective tendencies or habits you realize like oh this the layers are kinda moldy and stinky and as not working for me or or the better tools to survive than yeah than than these was it helpful or is it helpful in your support group when you find what your part is in a resentment towards somebody he find out what you fears are underneath that does that help you get to a place of gratitude or not feeling resentful it other people yeah i think so that you basically you verbalize what i you know was enabled through because that's what i experienced is i was able to have more compassion because i saw how flawed i was in the struck ogle is to not focus on to not obsess about how flawed i am yeah but to recognize it when it comes up and note to self and then move on with my life in nocco on the pc shit how many people right i do think like you know they talk about you you're higher power.
"ogle" Discussed on Lore
"It happened during one of those baths wise provided more of his typical rude and creepy behavior and continued to humiliate allison richard then with her anger finally reaching a boiling point she took the rag that she was cleaning the old man with and wrapped it around his throat rather than stopping her richard move closer to help foreseen the old man's head beneath the surface of the water together both servants held their breath as they waited for his to run out soon enough it did william weisz was dead they ran of course attempting to make their way to the isle of hope ironically but they were easily captured then they were held until james ogle thorpe was available to preside over their trial they were guilty of the first murder in georgia after all this had to be done right but when it came time for a verdict alice threw a wrench in the plans and told them all she was pregnant sure enough she was judging by the events that led up to her trial we can probably guessed that richard white was the father though i think it's impossible to rule out william weisz either way that pregnancy delayed her fate or awhile at least in late december of 17 34 alice gave birth to a baby boy perhaps in an effort to sway ogle thorpe's decision djenane the child james after him it didn't work though the child was taken away she was placed in jail to await her execution do you never held her baby again.
"ogle" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Uncle mark ogle dan you know how you have a uh that brother of yours yes uh what's that guy uncle doug is he is he is that is that hammer there's a christmas miracle totally i welcome uncle dog what a sad christmas gift no no no this is going to be a lot of fun i'm very excited about those everybody should get a ginger for christmas do you have a an i don't know this what do you do with a gingerbread house was trying to go there with a joke and i just couldn't it's a house without a soul forget about a forget about it let's lord move on but the more at your head rapes of the gia the red house yes leggett so again is our our our most professional religious person of the three doug is here to share a bible story with us yeah for the bible tells us christmas chris smith now i am going to be i'm going i'm good tomorrow as we record this the tomorrow i am going to be going to my wife's families big christmas shindig mm at which we will purportedly here the retailing of the jesus store up perfect the story of the birth of jesus as i understand it doug that is what you're here to help us understand exactly but it may not their me okay i think some of our listeners are going to be shocked by what we're about to learn pro the pavilion possibly right but it's all there in the bible fiscal because we've heard this story we all think we know the story of the birth of jesus christ i think believers and nonbelievers and christians and nonchristians no the bullet points of the story of jesus bye bye memory right to spear tips but as it turns out these are some of the bullet points and they're not a single narrative so right yeah i mean so imagine if you will there's a car accident and you're trying to figure out what happened a car rental light and hit another car.
"ogle" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I i i knew i had to give it to him and i didn't want to give it to him and i did oh my god i was since it was stress i can't tell you i did want to give the number of i knew i had to do i so i know what i did i grid how did you beal when he asked for your phone number is though such a thing is life changing traumatic at that's just as just one example but the the key here is that that they are demanding that congress investigate trump's passed and there are also demanding that he resign the presidency one of these drop accusers samantha whole vis said the amended at trump oh gold heard and other miss usa pageant contestants in their dressing room in two thousand six trump ogled them he just stared at them in their dressing room the trump on this pageant back then he owned it at some point i just don't know the ah the date ranters imagine my friends ogling a beauty pageant contestant i mean that just there that is dance beyond the pale what kind of what what kind of reprobate pervert ogle's a beauty pageant contestant i mean it never happens before nobody ever does this everybody knows that nobody civilized all goals beauty pageant contest particularly during the swimsuit competition it never happens you know is one was i do during the swimsuit competition.
"ogle" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"No i aldrin ogle gwyneth paltrow no i didn't i didn't read article out loud some i love doing this rather mrs crew areas as early will now me nothing i just went like i was surprised and i was like oh shit goup the you know and then i read the article and then i went on my facebook and i and the first thing was an ad for group and i was like no that so crazy um i was just i've never they and that's nuts as saying i'm going to go on facebook and see what it's heard rave third are all there and they get group adds sin and get we'd as a you like we're by yourself and you opened up the they are like i'll goup yeah i chose i did you look around like who's watching me group group's going to go in the moment i was like oh letica linke dink um what a wa they know that and then i realized how they know that they know when you were doing that research you were shopping on that website for the fitness clothing uhhuh and you had mentioned earlier in our jan name in the chatter like in person and a conversation i was like oh that sounds familiar oh 'cause i've been getting like a bunch of ads for it because they do that too they take my influencers a k heather and then shoot me ads because they know it's something that aim may want to write i'm an elite tanna influencer ha it's true big hollywood influencers over here those world you know the times they are changing are changing fem sure hitting harrowing let's say of this terrible most they are huge and and make i'm a i'm a late way that's okay.
"ogle" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
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"ogle" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Like a safety wrapped up and brought him down for a licence is what's called a run through and that he was on a automatic runthrough if run showed they didn't have anybody on him he came through unblock and created havoc thirddown now in the four at the forty six of los angeles with keen of in the gun and mckinnon on his left hip trying to convert in plus territory with seven and a half to play the opening quarter seven nothing ramps shotgun snapped akina back the fro looking to his right grows across the aisle and it is i of the sticks it was caught by feel any got hit by trubay shots it going left to life clinic angle to the sideline it may have been hit a yards shy of the line to game and once again alex ogle tree came on a blitz of i'm telling you he was up to just throw up case good blitz pickup clean and move the pit in the pocket and delivered the paul what a great throw and great movement in the pocket by they're going to bring el chapo said here right now we'll but now they can substitute mckinnon back in the back field see what they come out with they're going to have a second you're on the clock you're going to have a full back they're gonna go i formation on four doubted one at the plus forty three now a ham has the loan back bit kitted goes right to left across the formation it's a hand off to the pullbacks camp try to power forward did he kept the lining a it's been on the hair side has indicated first found well let's say the lam snake not qatar borrowing stop is the worst down for cj hamed just his fourth career very in his first year playing.
"ogle" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"We are touchdown play but players did a great job of kind of doing what we talked about stand mentally tough in spite of some of the adversity we face in the game and and i think that's a real credit to them a game and for me and you know i was in a rowdy part of the uh the crowd by the way the crowds have gotten uh loud in and it's grown every week in that actually is making it fun out there um but i thought the the big moment at least uh early in the second half was the interception return by alec ogle tree that was nullified on a holding call i won't ask you about the the call itself i think it was garbage but you guys immediately bounced back with a huge play uh and and to me that when it was nullified it took all the steam out of the place and then you guys answered rightback was that part of your playcalling decision no i think the biggest thing is just a confidence in the players in into the players credit really you look at really throughout this whole season even though we've had some results that didn't go our way i think they've stayed very even killed and and you know they don't let the circumstances affect their ability to respond in in play the next play and and i think that's a trade that's going to serve our team well and it served as well through the first nine games of the season but we've got a lotta great leaders in our locker room we got the right types of people that have you know we got good football players and we got good football character and i think those are very important for us in those are things that we value in our organization and and i i think you can see that kind of personified by a lot of our key guys on this team.
"ogle" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.
"Uh warren sapp an ad read i mean up in any boy i talk to all of those got us at length extensively and ask them why it was important that they were there and it's that it's it's their way of reminding these young man what they are staying four and that it hasn't been there for more than a decade right they have not been the union four what 12 15 years film or something like that since the joint hansie yeah and and i'm in that blood in the water it's there for taking they very well on tuesday could be just second ranked team in the country and the argument is absolutely there that they deserve it now fourteen consecutive victories longest in fbs they managed to extend it and they beat the number free team in the nation forty one two eight and i spoke to dupont johnson after the game i spoke to trade and banned the after the game about what the impact of of turning the football ogle was took their so they just were if it took notre dame's hard any crazy when it tort would like oh turnover chain like when it works was sort of like that works it completely takes over and then when it doesn't work like you know i'm i'm everybody in knoxville turn your radio's down but one like the garbage can in knox which is when it works it's it's amazing how it takes over.
"ogle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To the gray young actor josh wiggins on advance to the update though jay berman mm split all right scotty will start with the football week six already eagles and panthers in the third quarter to surely we go here's kevin casey kidding okay eight eight minutes to go in the third quarter and the philadelphia eagles have just hit a field goal so now let's make it only one to thirteen and philadelphia with a couple of putts down both up there leather turnovers they both resulted carson went to touchdown passes to zakho earth and bad news for the panthers allpro linebacker loop equally being evaluated four concussion nato through to go third quarter philadelphia 21 carolina 13th kevin thanks very much meanwhile we have other news from the nfl a c kiel elliot back in the news of federal appeals court cleared the way for the lead to impose that sixgame suspension on elliott over domestic violence allegations so as of now he's bang for the next six games meanwhile giants quarterback dominique rogers cromartie he's been notified he's been suspended in definitely elsewhere the rams have agreed to terms at a four year contract extension with linebacker alec ogle tree by college football tonight louisiana lafayette has how gone they beat texas state twenty four to seven all right the baseball we go nationally division series game number five a decisive game five the winner will face the dodgers in the championship series and we move at the sixth dating slowmoving game tonight and the cubs lead the nationals 74 daniel mercy and michael taylor hit home runs in the same getting that gave the nats a four one advantage put the cubs had scored six straight including four awful match sure jrue came into the fifthinning again we've moved at the six and the cubs lead the nationals seven to four hockey third period predators lead the stars three to one also in the third wild in front of the blackhawks onenothing first period redwings in coyotes are scoreless in the first period jets and can knocks tied at one panthers beat the blues five two lightning over the penguins five four i'm jay berman listen to i on college football with rich ackerman every saturday afternoon on cbs sports radio formal cbs sports radio.
"ogle" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Of the domestic violence and some of the crimes that have been committed by other nfl players brought was so scott but i'm gonna take that where we are i think we are but i think the nfl own this woman took the rice dance because i think is tough or feed meal to be in the nfl to get to that point and she asked legitimate football question as a journalist anfil camp to be litter her with the condescending added to laugh and say right i think that went on the air i think those really is tough for women to be in that position already scott i mean for me and i love kamnu i like the guy in i think he's a great guy the like we played warren but i think is a great football player rut but you have responsibilities when you are a superstar and you can light up a room and women do let you know this movement ogle overnight where he does he was wrong women don't do glenn ogle all over people amount at hannity on as coach to see women are there where women tend to smell a whole lot more when camnews in the room um include my way through your dangerous ground in clean my wife i am only talking about emotions and people just women just melting yearround presence yeah but you know my point is and i just get this look like really that's the that that is what we're going to get been out of shape about well we don't get been out of shape about other stuff he's got does i think that's why the dealing is is is is part of what we're talking about because we don't get been asleep at the right stuff in a week the domestic valley we should be bent out of shape about now going to jail for a gun shooting possessions grow it deserves whatever was as we should be bit out of shape and we don't we talk about that player and make it make news right but we don't talk about the issue and deal with the and these are things in the nfl and all these other place that they should deal with well we come back i'm one of tell the full story about a call i had to make to joe.
"ogle" Discussed on WRVA
"Format rush for virginia push for that pile back was priscilla he passes he completes the bottle richard should richardson bounces off the tackle for pro well at a years hit hard by cj stock or on the far side line zinni was pummelled out about what through all manages to get to the twenty out of 13 yard pickup and boise state in garbage time between 40 to go proud a march this wanted staff these secondhalf shut up for project debt but noticed like i say with coz art is just a silver crossing routes the nothing major dow the field there's a pastor the far side reached four and not thought is richard said was stretched out try to make that play at the coverage coming from drooping fro well the young banda ogle angelo linebacker it virginia courses dead germany does a stand up receiver credited 90s rupatini out of the fact on forming should go czar he was for this snap is take it was tied surveys the outside forces down the fuel but his dropped again richardson was covered by germain crowe well there shows flashes but i still gotta learn this gave the good news is he's going to have some time because he's cuts are pretty good players in front of a gear made a key is really athletic really mall uh you know he from a tree with a safe abate was the faith of fun third of how we do but doubted ted goes started take the staff at the news both saw the pocket elapses one toward the end zone lady overshoots his target is we strategy rhody peak tide and it will we could go ahead three catches tool victory touchdowns he has wanted his team's only touchdowns tonight for went behind sabah to nothing after an eighty yards scoring drive on the opening drive for boise state they would quickly answer they rolled up twenty one unanswered points boise state crept back with a touchdown and virginia as take it over scorn all it affects through the second half years closer to afford them pocket collapsing eanet throw will be knocked down is seen zannier cubs zober tubing that flavor virginia rural is he was provided pursuit and this thing is all but done now would choose sixteen deployed is boise state still off the scoreboard.