35 Burst results for "One Of The Guys"

Uvalde Police Hire Lawyers to Stop Release of Body Cam Footage

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:06 min | Last week

Uvalde Police Hire Lawyers to Stop Release of Body Cam Footage

"But you know, and I got to say, this Yuval di police situation, oh my God, if ever the good guy with a gun, argument has been blown to smithereens, right? What is this latest thing? The one guy didn't fire because he was afraid he'd hit kids. It's like right, that's why we're saying you shouldn't harm teachers and we need to do something about not enough guns because he's like, I didn't want to fire because there were kids playing in the background. And this is why the whole like, oh yes, all we need more guns in all of these situations, right? Would only add to anyway, but you just, you retweeted, Yuval, you police have hired a private law firm to fight against being required to release body camera footage and other records related to school shooting, files could be highly embarrassing and involve emotional and mental distress they argue, and you just said utterly shameless if they can't, if they can afford to hire lawyers to block the public from knowing what cowardly pieces of they are, then defund them. Boy, if that's not an argument for defunding the police. Well, essentially, they're defunding themselves. They're saying, we're going to ship some of the money we get. And I think the police get 40% of the budget in the town or the 40%.

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Why You Should Never Try to Scam a Mobster

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:20 min | Last week

Why You Should Never Try to Scam a Mobster

"One night a couple of guys came in and they ordered up a bunch of alcohol, Rebecca notices the car comes up stolen, their credit card comes up stolen or says fraud, something like that. She replied to ally. Alex, just how much they drink. And she says a lot. He's just good. Let them keep drinking. So she doesn't say a word. These guys keep drinking. Keep ordering drinks and popping them back. And finally, ally brings over a bottle of champagne. Hey, guys, I see you spend a lot of money. Yeah, yeah, it's great club. Thank you happy. Let's see, guys. Watch out some more drinks. Come to the back. Me and my partners will have a nice drink on your arm. Oh, that's really nice here. They're going it back. They meet the guys. Well, ally says, I want to show you my wine collection. Come down to the basement. They go to the basement. He and a couple of guys put this one guy in chair. And hit him with phonebooks across the face. You rob my fucking club? Well, you have no idea. This guy, he was ordered to go out and get the $5000. They tried to fleece from the club with fake credit card. And an extra thousand just for the bartender and ally to taste, right? He swore he'd do it before the morning. They said, if you don't do it, we have your license. We know who you are. We know you live. He did it. He came back and somehow got that money but the next day afternoon. That's the kind of shit I saw and was around, not the nightly basis, but I want to on a pretty regular

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US Open Champion Picks

Fore The People

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

US Open Champion Picks

"Because we have a massive event this week. We have the U.S. open. In my opinion, the greatest event of the year, the national championship. We call it the world championship, really. I think it's the strongest field of the year. It's definitely stronger than the masters and the British open. The PGA might be close, but the players, the players in the U.S. open are the two strongest fields of the year. The U.S. opens on the hardest course of the mall. So I think the most deserving champion of the years this week, who you got. This is the U.S. open is always, it always brings somebody that's freaking pretty tough, man. And we'll see the USGA like, we'll just see if they lose their mind. We've had scenarios where like a shinnecock with Mickelson stopping the ball because it's rolling off the green. And then we've had some or Rory one like a congressional where he shot a million under par. So it's going to be interesting to see how the course set up. I heard it's a little quirky, not like a bad test or anything, but ish greens. Just kind of old school, a lot of dog legs, things like that. Sam Burns, I don't even want to call him a dark horse, like I'd love, I'd love for him to win. If I had to pick one guy, one guy, I would pick JT. I would just because him and bones, they won the last major and he's been absolute nails since bones took over for him. And I think he's at the level or the point of his career where he's focusing almost a 100% on majors only. So he would be like my number one guy if I could just choose one, but I like him and burns and then like a super dark horse, I don't know, man. Super dark horse, maybe Sam Stevens or somebody like that. Like he's maybe to make the cut. Wow. That might be a good idea. A good bed. I'm not saying to win and no offense to Sam. I don't know if you can win the U.S. open, but they have those vets to make the Cudi's probably plus 200 or something to make the cut. I bet you that's a good

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More Violence From the Left

The Officer Tatum Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

More Violence From the Left

"I want to talk about these abortions, let me just say this. Can you believe that we're in a place in our country where people are firebombing pregnancy centers or what do you call it? It's kind of like a pregnancy center. It's not abortion centers. These are places that help young women in times of crisis and help them give an alternative to abortions. I think I said it right the first time. They're called pregnancy centers. Violent criminals, firebombed four pregnancy centers. Now, if you ask me, this is a domestic terrorist attack. It's terrorism. Why do you say that, mister Tatum? If you look at the definition of terrorism, it is using threats and intimidation and violence to push a political agenda. That's what it says. I'm paraphrasing some of it, but pretty much that's what it says. And if you are on American soil, it's domestic. That's domestic terrorism. You are far bombing and burning down pregnancy centers to push a political agenda of abortion. You're going and threatening Supreme Court Justices in front of their homes to intimidate them. And one guy was going to try to kill Brett Kavanaugh. And thank God his soy levels were so high that he didn't want to go through with it.

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A Detailed Refutation to Maggie Oliver's Critique of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:19 min | 3 weeks ago

A Detailed Refutation to Maggie Oliver's Critique of '2000 Mules'

"I try to keep an eye out for critiques of 2000 mules in the media. So I don't like to leave any of the substantive critiques on address or unanswered. But I wasn't aware of this. This is the New Mexico Secretary of State, a woman named Maggie Toulouse Oliver. And she has put up on her website a section that's called voting and elections. And some of it is a certain type of boilerplate about New Mexico. She talks about voter rolls and New Mexico. She talks about the secrecy of ballots, can someone change the election result? New Mexico's vote counting machines attached to the Internet. Who can access voter data? Do we do audits? Does New Mexico use paper ballots? All of this is kind of a standard attempt to explain what's going on in New Mexico. I have no problem with any of it. Until the last one, which is called rumor versus reality, are the claims made about the 2020 election, the movie, 2000 meals true. And now we want to get to, there's what follows Israeli about three pages of supposed refutation. And again, I think, let's go through it and see if there's really anything here. And the 2000 mules movie aims to cast doubt on the integrity of the 2020 election, blah, blah, blah, by claiming there was a widespread conspiracy. Now, the movie does not use that word. I talk about the coordination of the left and making this happen, but let's leave that aside. The movie's claims of false and have been debunked by numerous sources. Let's see what these sources are. Because what you have here and this is actually fairly standard for the left, they use recycled. They recycle the same information. It's kind of like when you look at leftists who are trying to, in the literature about critical race theory, they use recycled horror stories. One guy tells a story about, oh yeah, I was discriminated against. It's kind of dubious. I don't even go into the facts. Another guy picks it up. Oh look, it was, you know, that was a very shocking case. And so these recycled horror stories all become part. And so what they're doing here is she is referring to other fact checks that have them themselves been discredited and debunked, but nevertheless she's acting as if they're

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Larry Taunton Addresses Mass Shootings With a Tweet Storm

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Larry Taunton Addresses Mass Shootings With a Tweet Storm

"I get to talk to my friend Larry Alex Taunton about, I don't know. I don't even know how to describe this. Larry. Can you describe what it is that we're going to talk about? Yeah, I'm a rather unhappy topic and that is mass shootings. And you know, the proposed legislation and response to these kinds of things and really what is what are the root causes of these mass shootings? Well, you sent out to talk about the tweet storm that you sent out. And why did you do this via Twitter and not as an essay? Or did you do both? No, I actually haven't done an article yet. And I knew Eric, you know, you know how this goes in our world. And issue comes up in a moment and you have some thoughts. And in the case of the shooting, I was getting a lot of questions about that after it happened in Texas. And I decided I really wanted to sit on this for a little while and really think about it. I'm not usually the I'm not usually the first guy, you know, with the breaking news and the immediate response, and it's usually because the information we get at the front end is often wrong and the thoughts are reactionary. So I'm usually the guy who chimes in a week, maybe two weeks later. And having given it some thought, I knew it was going to be traveling for the next couple of days. I wasn't going to have time to sit down and write an article, at least not immediately. So I, you know, while I'm sitting and waiting for a flight, I prepare this tweet thread and I send this out and of course it gets retweeted like mad and it's gotten huge responses, more than more than 5000 likes. And I wasn't prepared for that. But clearly I'd struck a nerve in the comments that I made regarding

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"one guys" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:47 min | Last month

"one guys" Discussed on The Lead

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It's a destination for your wellness, whether you're looking to soul search be inspired, work towards new goals, unwind, or simply be entertained. Audible offers an incredible selection of audiobooks across every genre from best sellers to new releases to celebrity memoirs, mysteries and thrillers, motivation, wellness, business, and more. Plus new members can try audible free for 30 days. Visit audible dot com slash pod or text wondery pod to 505 hundred. That's audible dot com slash one pot or text one pot to 505 hundred. Well, Jonathan Connor McDavid is, of course, only one player on this Edmonton Oilers team. Who else has really been contributing to this playoff run so far? What else have been the keys to their getting as far as they have? Well, that's just it. And we talked earlier about how one player can't really overcome a decrepit team around him. This is the farthest thing from a decrepit team. The oilers have some weaknesses, but they have just superb tear once at the top end. I mean, it starts with Leon draisaitl after McDavid. Ordinarily, during the regular season, dry Seidel and McDavid were on separate lines. They're playing together now. The reason for that primarily, aside from the fact that it has worked, was in the first round, Leon draisaitl was taken down by Mikey Anderson and he's been playing on what we believe to be a sprained ankle since. They had to have them at the wing because you have to skate a lot more at center than you have to skate on the wing. And he's ridden wing for Connor McDavid before, and their chemistry superb. There may not be a better player in the offensive zone than Leon draisaitl in terms of just pure passing and shooting. They've got the kind of supporting cast up front. They haven't had in ages. Guys like Evander Kane, who came in at mid season, Zach Hyman, who assigned the summer. And Ryan nugent Hopkins, who's been there forever, but really hasn't had any peers. Now they've got three of those guys, and it's made all the difference. Mike Smith, their goaltender, you know, he's 40 years old. He's a fantastic story. Coming into the playoffs, I was a little bit skeptical of Smith. He gets very hot and very cold. So I've seen him be very good and very bad, but he's been very good for most of this playoff run. He's bounced back from some really difficult place. You know, he kind of gave away game one to the kings in the first round with an atrocious giveaway. And he came back and responded with some of the best hockey he's played in Edmonton. So you really have to respect his resilience. But the other key I'd say for the oilers has been the coaching staff. They changed coaches at mid season, something that GM Ken Holland has never done. They brought up Jay woodcroft, who was a very up and coming minor league coach. They brought up his defensive coach, Dave Manson, and those two guys have worked wonders. The oilers are a different 5 on 5 team under Jay woodcroft. They're much more competitive. And Dave Manson's kind of earned a reputation as a defenseman whisperer because of the way he's developed the oilers prospects. He has found new levels from not a pedestrian defense, but one that's really not that remarkable, especially with Darnell nurse fighting through injury. He's found contributions from guys like Brett kulak, Tyson Barry, players who were regarded as somewhat one dimensional. So a lot is how to go right for the oilers to get this far. And it's a big story beyond Connor McDavid. This matchup against Colorado for the neutral hockey fan at least is absolutely mouthwatering. I mean, you have two of the league's most exciting and fastest, most skilled teams squaring off against each other. And they treated us to an old school shootout of a game in game one on Tuesday night with abs hanging on to prevail 8 to 6. Jonathan, what do you think the series will ultimately hinge on? When I look at Colorado, the player who's frightens me the most with due respect to Nathan McKinnon is kale macar because will kill macar has done this season. I don't know if he's going to win the Norris trophy, if not he'll be one or number one or number two. He's a phenomenal player and to me he's every inch the equal of McKinnon. Those two are the key point for Colorado. The differences that Edmonton has extreme skill up front. So you look at guys like Nathan McKinnon. And Gabriel lambda skug, the oilers can go toe to toe with those guys. Nazem kadri. You look at what Colorado has on defense, guys like kale mccart and Devin taves. Edmonton doesn't have anybody like that. Darnell nurse is the closest piece. And he's playing through injury. He's not a 100%. So to me, it's really going to depend on whether Colorado's defense can tip the scales of the McKinnon McDavid battle is going to be fantastic, but that McCarthy is saying that's something that Colorado has that pairing at something Colorado has that Edmonton just doesn't have an answer for that I see on paper. You mentioned McDavid and McKinnon. In those two guys you have two former number one overall picks, generational talents, arguably the top two offensive players in the league. What's also somewhat similar games as well, right? Both guys, it's just all about speed and skills simultaneously. Does this feel like a potential rivalry of the future sort of centered around those two superstars? Yes and no, because it's easy to look at McDavid McKinnon and kind of go, oh, well, this is the new Crosby Ovechkin. The problem there is when it was Crosby and Ovechkin, it was Crosby and Ovechkin with McDavid McKinnon. You have to throw auston Matthews in there too. Who's very much in that same weight class as a heavyweight offensive forward. But the cool thing about McKinnon and McDavid is like you said, they both go out with speed. Matthews is an unbelievable goal scorer. So as much as he's in the conversation and kind of makes it a three way battle instead of a two way battle, he's a different kind of player. And we'll see if Edmonton Colorado stick with a power versus power matchup where McKinnon and McDavid are playing each other all the time. I think Edmonton is going to try and get away from that as much as they can. They like to double shift McDavid. But that kind of speed, I can't think of a forward match up to that compares. As a rivalry, I think it's somewhat lacking because they're not playing each other in division play during the year, which makes it a little harder with Crosby and Ovechkin. You got more regular season matchup, so it was a little easier to.

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Why Did It Take the Police a Full Hour to Stop the Shooter in Uvalde?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:09 min | Last month

Why Did It Take the Police a Full Hour to Stop the Shooter in Uvalde?

"W and I both saw a short video of uvalde, the parents imploring these law enforcement officials like go in there. There's a massacre underway. We are the parents. We'll go in without guns. And the cops are basically like, you're not helping, step back, and obviously your heart goes with the parents. Yes. Yes. And they had apparently called for back up and back up arrived and as you made the point, the law enforcement officials on the scene were they didn't have tactical gear. Maybe they weren't equipped to be able to kind of go in. Well, and I also made the point that you were like, well, how is it that it takes so long to get these tactical people in there and et cetera, et cetera. This is oval is a very, very sleepy town in South Texas. A lot, a whole lot doesn't go happen every day around there. So people aren't just waiting around to go into a situation like this. Things like this don't happen in little sleepy towns like this, right? So unfortunately, you know, people leave their doors on locked, their cars unlocked. The school left the door unlocked. You know, that kind of thing happens. And so of course, parents were just mortified because number one, apparently this kid was making all kinds of ruckus. For a long period of time, before he even went in the school, apparently he was shooting at some funeral home, I don't know if you heard about this. No. But he was apparently shooting at some people in a funeral home. And then he wrecked his car in some ditch or something. Got out of it, starts shooting just randomly for 12 to 15 minutes before he even went in the school. So I think what the parents were upset about is that listen. This is one guy, one person doing this. Why couldn't you have stopped him before he even went into the school,

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NY Times: Uvalde Police Took Over 40 Minutes to Enter School

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

NY Times: Uvalde Police Took Over 40 Minutes to Enter School

"There's also a troubling bit of information from Yuval day coming out that the police reportedly, according to The New York Times anyway, and I don't think The New York Times is particularly pro police. So maybe take it with a grain of salt, but the report is that the police took over 40 minutes to enter the building. While he was in there with those terrified children. And we got a mute guys for me. Please mute. The report is that the police, one school safety officer encountered the 18 year old killer. Outside the school, it's not clear according to the reporting if there was gunfire exchanged. There is, and I say this with a heavy heart because I'm pro police. And these are men and women who go to the to go into danger regularly, but you know, one of the catastrophes of Columbine is that those two monsters were able to do whatever they wanted for a long, long period of time. Because the police would not breach the school. And as a result, it is believed that at least one guy bled to death. The teacher, the math teacher, bled out, and he was alive for a long time. And they took forever to get into the building.

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Dinesh Continues His Takedown of Bogus "Fact Checks" on '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:42 min | Last month

Dinesh Continues His Takedown of Bogus "Fact Checks" on '2000 Mules'

"Evidently, the subject of 2000 mules was addressed by Joe Scarborough and Mika brzezinski on morning Joe. Now the way this came about is that a reporter named Elise Jordan was in Georgia. And she was doing a kind of a focus group of Republican voters. And the subject of 2000 meals came up and these guys were pretty enthusiastic, but what I want to focus on here is the reaction from Scarborough because it really is revealing the kind of bubble that these people live in. They, in a sense, presume the truth of their point of view. They don't engage with opposing ideas. They were incapable of it. They're intellectually completely shut down. And so they think that by using terms like grift and conspiracy theory, they have sort of made a point, of course, conspiracy is do exist. By the way, I don't claim in 2000 mules that we're dealing with a conspiracy. I claim that we're dealing with a coordinated operation in which one guy is Zuckerberg puts up the drop boxes. Another guy Mark Elias, Stacey Abrams, fight to weaken the signature requirements, the mules are deployed, deployed by the nonprofits. So this doesn't necessarily have to be a single conspiracy directed by kind of a Don Corleone, the Democratic Party is full of various conciliar and crooks and thugs. And in some ways, people like Joe and Mika are a part of it. And so their job is to fend off any exposes that bring attention and evidence to bear on this kind of crooked democratic operation.

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Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:27 min | Last month

Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument

"I'm continuing a kind of highlight or analysis of my conversation with Philip bump in The Washington Post. And he disputes the validity or at least precision and the accuracy of geo tracking based upon an expert that he interviewed one guy who said, well, it's only accurate to about 30 feet. Well, that's not true. But let's say it is true. I don't think it changes our conclusions at all. For the simple reason that you've got a Dropbox. And you've got a mule within 30 feet, remember a human body is 5 or 6 feet. So 30 feet puts you basically within three or four human lengths of the Dropbox. You're in that vicinity. You're in that geofence or circle. Okay. And if it was only one Dropbox, you could make you could say, well, wait a minute. Maybe the guy was stopped to eat some popcorn. Or was reaching for his wallet? It happened to stop within that radius, but this is why true the votes high bar and by the high bar I mean, ten or more drop boxes. Totally settles the issue, because quite frankly, if you're within 30 feet of ten or more dropboxes, obviously you are going to those drop boxes to do what? Well, there's only one thing you can do. So you remember these aren't post boxes. You can't be writing a letter to your best friend from college. These drop boxes have one purpose. And that is to put in mail in ballots. They're ballot dropboxes. So the only reason to go to them is to dump ballots. So in fact, there's a guy who made a comment on social media. He goes, dinesh, you know, he goes, listen, he goes, what if I were to show that your phone was within 30 feet of a bunch of gay bath houses? Would you be okay with me saying that your regular frequenter of gay bathhouses dinesh and that I have proof that you that you that you did that? And I replied in a kind of a quote tweet and I say, hey, pal, listen. If you can find my phone within 30 feet of let's say ten or more gay bath houses in the period of let's say two weeks, yeah, you can reasonably conclude that I'm a regular customer. Why else would I be within the close vanity vicinity of not one not two? Not three, but ten or more bathhouses. So yes, use your own common sense and draw your own

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The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | Last month

The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

"Left is really getting desperate on 2000 mules. They started out by unleashing their fact checkers. And these are 20 and 30 somethings, and they thought, okay, yeah, we'll shut this down, you know, but of course these are people who know nothing about geo tracking. Geo tracking is not very reliable. And they don't know much about election law. And so they had these clumsy first salvos that were easily repelled. In fact, even people who had nothing to do with politics would say things like, wait a minute I lost my cell phone in some tall grass and I was able to pinpoint its exact location within inches. So this idea that you can't, all this technology doesn't work, it's like laughably absurd. And so suddenly the left realized, oh my gosh, you know, we've obviously deployed our B team and that's not gonna be enough. We need to unleash the a team. So the a team is now coming out. The a team is The New York Times, which is evidently trying to do some sort of a hip job. They haven't published it yet. Whoop Dee do. I mentioned The Washington Post, which I'll be discussing in depth tomorrow, a Philip bump in The Washington Post. There's an article in NPR, which I'll be dealing with. Tomorrow probably. But I want to talk about an article in the Atlanta journal constitution, which is focusing on Georgia. And I want to use it as a case study of just classic deception at all levels. Title of the article. Georgia investigation dispels allegations highlighted in 2000 mules. Let's just take in the title for a minute. You think you're going to get some kind of refutation of the allegation in 2000 meals that 242 mules. Have been identified through cell phone geo tracking, visiting ten or more drop boxes each and a bunch of these people are seen on video. Not all of them, but a bunch of them where the video is available. Now, the subtitle of the article ballots were legally delivered for family members. Okay? And then I started reading the article. The article it turns out is about one guy. And I'm going to read surveillance video showed a man pull up in a white SUV and insert 5 absentee ballots into a gwinnett county Dropbox. An investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family, which has allowed under Georgia

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AJ Weighs in on Kim Kardashian's Sports Illustrated Cover Criticism

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:55 min | Last month

AJ Weighs in on Kim Kardashian's Sports Illustrated Cover Criticism

"Kim Kardashian came out on the cover one of the covers, looking very curvaceous on the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, a boy she got some shade right away. Let's call it Photoshop shade. As soon as that cover came out, Kim looked gorgeous. I mean, this very few things you can falter on. Like I've always said that answer is ridiculous. Let some air out of that ass. And then you've got to me, you know, one of the top 5 most desirable women on the planet. If you're gonna personality her voice, just either way. She's wealthy beyond all means, she's a good mom, I think. She could be home more often. But I mean, very smart in a lot of ways, could teach you a lot of things. What really embarrass you, beautiful on your arm, I mean, there's a lot of plus pluses to candidates, not a lot of minuses. But she got dragged, nonetheless, in the twittersphere, which really doesn't mean shit, but that's what everybody's going by these days. One of the sounds with her, let's turn to Twitter as if those assholes know anything. Don't let your day get ruined by strangers on Twitter. God. So of course Twitter sees the cover shot of Kim. And they called it a Photoshop and airbrushed champ of 2022. Because the magazine had its unveiling of her on the cover, sunbathing, and people have nothing better to do, noticed her unblemished skin. Her immaculate hairline and her flawless nose see, this proves that Twitter is all gay. 'cause not one guy mentions her tits. I mean, you guys only looked at her skin or hairline, the nose, no wonder you're not getting laid.

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Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

"Talk to us about the numbers. Greg, you can jump in here or Catherine whoever has the best recall. Talk to us about the limits you put on your analysis. You weren't looking at one guy who went to two drop boxes, but you gated the data. What were the minimum requirements for the mules? Because we had millions of cell phone unique devices that were in the purchase that we made. We had to skinny it down. And we didn't just want it to be people who happened to be randomly walking by some Dropbox occasionally or maybe they weren't near there or something like that. So we established some parameters and began to skinny it down when we first did this in Atlanta. We looked at 5 dropboxes and three organizations came up with 17,000 or so unique devices that fit that criteria. It's too big to really look at and frankly I'm not sure folks would have been very believing of it. So we bumped it up to a minimum of ten drop boxes and 5 organizations during the early voting period. So each mule by your self definition, you said we've got a tighten the group to make it incontrovertible that this isn't somebody taking their grandmothers ballot. Each person has to have 5 visits to an NGO that is the collecting point and then has to then one person has to be visiting at least ten drop boxes is that what you said? I did. And what that emerged from that was 242 individuals that went to an average of 24 drop boxes and 8 organizations during our target period.

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'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | Last month

'Hollywood Heroes' Author Frank Turek Dissects 'Batman'

"Why don't we take a look at Batman for a second because Batman is a mover, series of movies that I think puts forth a better than any other movie, the real condition of human beings. In other words, that human beings are depraved. Unlike other superheroes, Eric, when you look at Batman, Batman is spending all his time trying to lock up bad guys in Gotham, but he can never take a night off. Why? Because no matter how many bad guys he locks up, he's not going to turn Gotham into a utopia because human beings are depraved. They can't, if he locks up one guy, the next night there's going to be another guy. He can never take a break. He never wins. And this ultimately wears on him to wear Batman actually becomes sort of cruel himself in some of these later versions of the movies, but this really demonstrates, I think, better than any other of the series we look at. And as I say, we look at a lot of the different series of movies in here in the book Hollywood heroes. How human beings are depraved. And this is why we're not going to create a utopia. This is why the conservative viewpoint on human nature is correct that we're bent toward evil. It's easy to be bad. It's hard to be good. And the folks out there who are trying to say, oh, let's defund the police. And it's nonsense. It actually shows you this movie Batman shows you where these movies Batman show you the true nature of human

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Josh Mandel: The Voters of Ohio Are Smart

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Josh Mandel: The Voters of Ohio Are Smart

"And what's most important to me Josh mandel Is you have been a principled constitutional conservative A man who believes in free market capitalism a man who believes in securing our border man who believes in the most powerful military on the face they are The man who is confronted and fought the Republican establishment is entire political career that's what matters to me even more than any endorsement So what do you think when some guy gets on Twitter I'm back on Twitter as of three hours ago Some guy gets on four hours ago Twitter And accuses you of being a war mongering rhino Are you a warmongering rhino Josh mando Not at all I mean listen the voters of my state Mark they're smart And people lob false attacks against me like that The voters of Ohio see right through it because they know of all the people running for U.S. Senate here there's only one guy who has had the courage in the backbone to take on the rhinos here in Ohio I'm the only one that has the scars who's actually shed blood in the process of being John Kasich's worst nightmare When case it was doing the ObamaCare expansion when Kasich was doing the common core federal education standards when case it was trying to stop the pro life heartbeat bill when Kasich was trying to keep the state's finances in the dark Now where was JD Vance I'm just curious I'm bringing it up not you Where was JD Vance when all this was going on He was a registered Democrat living in San Francisco

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Mike Tyson Repeatedly Punches Unruly Man on Plane

The Dan Bongino Show

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Mike Tyson Repeatedly Punches Unruly Man on Plane

"He's the craziest thing I've ever seen Did you see this video and breaking in the last hour or so This kid really driving Mike Tyson crazy in the first class cabin of a plane and enticing turns around and starts punching him like listen man you know violence is no good okay Don't go punching people Obviously But like man have some smarts There's one guy on Planet Earth like you don't want to annoy It's Mike Tyson Mike's got kind of a bit of a background You know a little bit of history years cops into Vegas ring I mean this is not the guy to toy around with It's just not

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The Problem With Putting God on Trial...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:21 min | 2 months ago

The Problem With Putting God on Trial...

"But I mentioned in the last episode that the idea of putting God on trial and saying to God in a sense, can you account for the evil and suffering in the world? This isn't just something that atheists do. They do it to score points. But there are believers who fall into a situation where they also have a beef with God. And very often it's for personal reasons. You lose a family member, you lose a sibling or a child, and you go, oh my gosh, so suddenly all the deep faith that you thought you had all along starts to crumble away. Now, one guy that I've debated on this topic, and I would call this guy an ex Christian. This is Bart ehrman, a Professor of religious studies at the university of North Carolina and Chapel Hill, he was raised as a fundamentalist. He was raised as a kind of conservative evangelical. And he says that he lost his faith over this issue over the problem of evil and what he calls quote unspeakable suffering. He goes, that's the reason I lost my faith. And when we were having one of our conversations and this, I think if I remember was on a campus, he began to say, I discovered that there's, you know, hunger and starvation and famines and poverty, and I'm like, fart, you're 50s. Did you discover that like now? Haven't you known your entire life if not your entire adult life? That the world is full of suffering and that suffering is pervasive in all societies. It seems to me a little unbelievable that this is some kind of a mid life discovery on your part. But nevertheless, orman continued to insist that his so called deconversion that's his phrase was because of this. And he said, you said it's not that I don't believe in God dinesh. I'm not actually quoting him. He goes, what I don't believe is the God of the Bible because he says I read in the Bible that you've got this God who cares about us. And you've got this God who had his own chosen people. And he looks after them, and he works miracles for them. And he shares their suffering and then I read about Jesus who healed the sick and gave sight to the blind and made the lame hungry, but he goes, what is that God? Why isn't he like in full operation today?

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Julie Kelly: The FBI Informant & Undercover Agent in Gov. Whitmer Case

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Julie Kelly: The FBI Informant & Undercover Agent in Gov. Whitmer Case

"Julie you said something fascinating there that the men didn't know each other So it's kind of hard when you say I mean again you've been all over the January 6th case And without you I mean it without you forget if the fake news would have dominated You have done more to open people's eyes here But regarding this case how can it be a plot started with the men if the men didn't know each other before the source tied them all together Kind of confusing though It really isn't It was fascinating Dan to listen to this trial And I have several pieces dating back to last fall talking about the entrapment case But the fact that in fact at one point the FBI handler commends the main informant who by the way was paid at least $60,000 for putting this group together and helping to execute this slot commend him at one point saying look at you bringing people together In fact by August of 2020 this ban that they stitched together wanted to break up because one guy didn't like this guy didn't trust that guy You have one guy who is from Delaware You've got a guy from Michigan a couple of guys from Michigan And so they urged their FBI informants No you've got to keep this group together We need to keep moving forward Then they introduced another undercover agent who was an explosives expert they said who brought a video to show the man to get them all gender how they could blow up a bridge by Whitmer's house the video had been produced by the FBI There was a single angle of this plot that did not have the FBI's fingerprints all over us and God bless us during western Michigan They saw right through it not a single conviction complete humiliation for this Justice Department and FBI for what they did to these innocent men and quite frankly did to the country and to Trump's presidential campaign in the home stretch of the 2020 election

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"one guys" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"one guys" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"One guy was the sort of leading them like like an orchestra, and he told me quietly vertical, quieter. Oh, sort of fade out kind of thing. Yeah, very robust. It sounds like they had some A few people There is like, uh, so they've okay, so Doboj sort of O. J. Okay. All right, Tracy. It's Tracy Taylor working today. I am. Yes. Good. You're not missing? Yeah. What is this it? No, no. Okay, guys, we have a lot of holiday traffic to deal with. New cracker shit is just come in on 18 eastbound just east of I five has taken up the left lane on the right lane. Of course, there is some slowing as we approach. This was noticing that the South bound five drive coming out of various bills. Little heavy, Especially for those of you Just leaving the casino heading out towards the highway to interchange. We break free, and we're fine as we get into the downtown corridor, But yeah, you will run into a few brake lights here and there outside of 50th and heading out towards the convention center. Right guys. It's busy on that 5 12 getting out towards the fairgrounds. A lot of heavy traffic on pioneer in Meridian. I'm looking at a sizable lineup on north and five for drivers coming out Lacey heading out towards the Nisqually River Basin. Still a little over an hour from Olympia to Tacoma. Drivers are also experiencing some delays at the theory terminals and on 1990 will break that out for you coming up here in about 10 minutes. Traffic brought to you by Staples Staples Connect has everything to help you get ready for back to school with amazing prices on everything on your list. Visit your local staple store or staples. Connect dot com. Be more ready for school staples. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy. Switching to Geico is a good idea, especially when you consider everything. First off Geico makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available 24 7 online or over the phone. But if it's.

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Aspirational <hes> <hes> indeed i think. That's what Noel gallagher called his brother liam believing called him in potato which is also very under appreciated emoji. Just out a big fan. I also love it. We're talking british insults. I welded max. Thank you for that. I'm going to be bothered by that for a while But for british insults which always impressed me i was hanging out in pont. City market pre pandemic which is where our office is based in atlanta georgia. And i heard a british person call someone else. A shape as insult s. h. a. p. e. said you in shape which is like a good insult for reasons. I don't understand. And i think you need the accent bullet off. Did you know that the If i'm not mistaken. Michael myers character in the halloween. Movies is referred to as the shape. I it learn more about the context of that situation. It's just hard to stop people and say. Excuse me sir i. I am not british. But i do respect. The insults employed by your culture last thing another british with shape is a an expression for dancing is throwing shapes. So i would. I would say in that context. New lakers is tough to go in there and say like excuse me i'm not british shannon. What's going on. But i'd love to learn a little more about this context. 'cause i wanna see if i can pull off shape as an insult. So what is your deal sir. I i you know what before. Yeah before we do have to ask max. What is the job. People are googling the most in georgia on glad. You're ask because if you live in atlanta this makes sense it is stripper Wow did not see that coming neither but it should attracts <hes> if anyone's interested in Some more like atlantis. Centric kind of jokes and memes. There's a couple of really good instagram accounts. I believe was just called atlanta memes or something like that <hes> you can Mean like a local can didn't see it come in the way. France didn't see the potato on the way. But that's how history works. No thank you for this. What what a cool right any any excuse to talk about. Food is a good episode for me. I'd love to hear everybody's epoch potato related recipes or moments fake you of course to the one and only max williams. Ben are those potato founders. They like cookie cutter like cut out like scallop or they layered. Because i'm looking at the pictures of them. Yeah yeah so. I like to do is take a take a pretty good medium potato appeal it you chop the the ends off and then usually if it's a medium patel you get about two cylinders out of it you cut that in half and then you take whichever half is the most even. It's usually where you made the cut in the middle And then you just give plop. 'em down wilson With oil initially as a cast. Iron pan you finish them in the oven the whole thing. If you want like eight of those little cylinders just get four potatoes. Got it got it and like ben said. Let us know your favorite potato recipes. <hes> we're still working on getting sorta you don't pick. It'd be that difficult but i promise it'll happen. I'm in the meantime. Please reach out to us as individuals on instagram. I am at how now brown and you can find me on instagram in a burst of creativity. I've named myself at ben bullen. You can also find our super producer. Max williams at Potato fan eighty-seven and holy cow ban. You justin attest email to ridiculous. Iheart media dot com and it appears to have worked. Well that's good news. Maybe maybe i'll get it as well. We'll see we'll see but it does look like our email address is up and running. Thanks of course to casey peg room. Thanks to alex. Williams who composed this banging track probably right. Yeah definitely and thank stephen. And thanks to you know Thanks

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"What i think is amazing about. This is the more we looked into this knoll. The more. I was convinced this guy was like a earlier version of norman borlaug. I had this series. I did a while ago. Years and years ago animated series called stuff of genius which was all about inventors and the inventions that changed the world. and norman. Borlaug is a guy who was like parmentier ta he was an agronomist and he is often called the father of the green revolution he went on to save over like a billion people from starvation and parmentier was doing a very similar thing with the potato. He he has a legacy that remains with us today. There he's like you know. I think it was atlas obscure the called him like the johnny appleseed of the tater toy. Yeah no it's absolutely accurate it was it was that outlets obscure article Specifically jim clark made that excellent comparison. I love that and it's totally true. he is to this day remembered in. You know the culinary tradition of french cooking. There are quite a few dishes that are named after him. One of my favorite soups in the whole world potato and leek super version of that called Taj parmentier which is exactly just that you can find a recipe for poor montage party. On the farmer's almanac just look for potato leek soup recipe on the farmer's almanac and will give you a little bit of history There's also like a version of this served cold. It's called the gift. She soi not not not for me. Not into a cold soup. But i'm not. I'm not a gazpacho guy. But i love a good hot potato in leek soup and there's another one called hot cheese parmentier. That's a lot like a shepherd's pie. You know with like different ground beef and vegetables and corn and stuff. Of course you know topped with mashed potatoes and Hopefully some nice Crisp cheese and this. This is where we find ourselves today. According to the united nations potato is grown in virtually every country that can do so in some in some form or fashion and some scale and that makes it the world's fourth most important food crop so go you potato and thank you peru out and speaking of peru bet. I didn't realize the peruvians also had like a method for freeze. Drying potatoes to keep themselves like in in potatoes in case there was a blight or a crop shortage and those freeze dried potato. Flakes are kind of the lake early version of what we know. Today is instant mashed potatoes. Gary i remember reading that that's pretty. That's pretty amazing. As well and that just goes to show you how long or how long people impro- had been working with this native produce. No although i know it's the end of our story in this episode is Has been going a little bit long. There is one last myth. I believe we absolutely must bust or we must at least address. Which is i. I went to belgium a while back. You remember that. I was in brussels for and one of the one of the things that my friends told me as we were landing on the plane is you don't call them. French fries can ask for palm free right fried potatoes but do not call french fries because you see folks both france and belgium claim to be the inventors of what we call french fries in the us and people are still going back and forth because now it's become a matter of national pride. Just say fries. Just say palm free in france or in belgium be very careful with it yeah freed sisterly means like fries In home is the french word for potato..

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Maybe and then you just wipe the skin off with a paper towel or kitchen rag and it just comes right off and then you sli some and i swear they're the most i don't know how would you describe describe it as earthy kind of grassy but also sweets and Really really nice. Yeah and you can do these in slices. as well. like roasted beets way to go. You can make that your own. I would say. I typically do it for like thirty five minutes or so. Thirty five forty Just because i like him sukree through time on there. You know what i mean in some bit of salt and pepper anyway. Yes parmentier was really into sugar. We think beats get a bad name you'll parsnips are pretty good too. Although i don't think parmentier worked with them parsnips. i've had a hard time with. I've never cooked them. Evelyn tried them a couple of times. And i've always found that. I've undercooked them that they're very tough. And i think you really have to get them just right. Yeah there's a there's a way to roast them but they can be. they could be a little bit finicky. We can't wait to hear more of your specific Food recipes from history. But like we said napoleon is digging parmentier these like the napoleon is thinking all right this guy more potato guy than the royalist so he'll help us with this. Oh help us. Speech sugar and corn in fact. Napoleon is enough of a fan of parmentier that eventually. He gives him the legion of honor. Sort of like the presidential medal of freedom. Or something right yeah. It's it's similar. The legion of honor is the highest order of merit. You can get in france whether you are military or a civilian. It was established in eighteen. O two by napoleon himself very cool. Well i think well deserved. I don't know there's nothing particularly problematic in this dude story right which i thought was kind of interesting because usually there's some agenda or even simply takes off. It's usually being done for some like weird nefarious purpose. But this guy just rely again he. He came from suffering this. This whole experience came from him being jailed or imprisoned by the prussians during the war and him realizing that potatoes were getting a bad rap and that he actually just really liked them and If you read his letters and his writings about potatoes you can really tell. The guy just really liked potato one and everyone else to as well and saw the potential for it in a world where food wasn't for everybody or at least abundance of food wasn't for everybody you know was reserved for the upper classes and i don't think he pre approved approved of that he wanted to you know. Have everyone be fed and believe that everyone deserves to have a full belly. So i think that's pretty awesome. Yeah agreed ed after he was granted. This legion of honour. He passed away peacefully in eighteen thirteen. Who was seventy six years old buried in paris in. If you go there even today you will see that his plots his grave is surrounded by potato plants and some people when they go to visit. They leave a potato on his grave. As as a way of saying thank you..

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Ridiculous History

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Was ignored because this basically because there's paper was published in seventeen eighty nine right before the beginning of the revolution and the king himself knew that parmentier and potatoes got a bit of a raw deal. They're the king. Eventually said france will not forget you found food for the poor and think about this news really unpopular during the french revolution. Noel royalty a ios really connected with royalty right now parmentier hundred percent. That's really good point. We we sort of. I don't want to hope he didn't sound like we were saying that. This treatise Immediately caused the potato to explode as you know he did that. That bit with the The fake potato heist or whatever that did start to get folks interested on some level. But you're right. It was still associated with the wealthy. I mean after all. They were stealing potatoes from the wealthy rather than like cultivating themselves. But the idea was that it would become the staple food and it did ultimately. I'm one of thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer or nbc which is breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body. I'm living in the moment and taking i- brandt's pabo cycling. I brand one hundred and twenty five milligram. Tablets within a rumor tastes inhibitor. For postmenopausal women offer men with hr positive her two negative nbc as the first hormonal. Based therapy being in your moment. Ask your doctor about.

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"You know this wasn't exactly hosts cuisine. But it did make the potato edible and a little more enjoyable and we're on a bit of a quest today to understand how the human species got from lama impersonators in peru at least when it comes to cuisine all the way to the modern day when potatoes are a worldwide phenomenon and they are especially popular in europe. Because as we're going to see this was not always the case but like you said peru. That's where story starts. This was a very important foodstuff for people in the andes mountains. This was a staple product. And we know this went on for centuries and centuries in that part of the world but the fact is you guys. No one had seen a potato. In europe new european had seen a spud before spanish can kista doors invaded south america. Way back in the early fifteen hundreds fifteen thirty and overthrew the qing empire nip and with that many things we see that start popping up in europe usually come from some sort of tragedy traumatic cultural events or decimation so is the case with the potato. Just want to add one more little thing. There's a really great little tidbit in the mental floss article by michelle. Deb check the even today those slightly poisonous potatoes. You can still get them. Andy markets and they're sold with like a little digestion aid. A little packet of this digestion. Aiding clay kind of mixture so that was pretty interesting and it just shows that you know even if it's poison. Tradition is is important. But you're right. Been around the mid fifteen thirties. The incan empire was overthrown. By a spanish punky stores and so came the spud the noble spud to europe in the sixteenth century. But it was not met with open arms ben. It was not met with open arms. The spanish brought the potato back from south america. And at this point they'd kind of bread it or cultivated in such a way that it was totally edible. You didn't have to mix it with Dirt or clay dust and more people did..

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"We're removing each and every roadblock including this goodbye comex should be ridiculous histories of production of iheartradio Welcome back to the show ridiculous historians thank you as always so much for tuning in. That's our super producer. The one and only max williams the call me ben and i gotta tell you outta all the carbs all the cards in the world. Potatoes are number one for me. Sorry your potatoes moylan. Mecham stick them in a stew Bides has got Scott makes them up. Dirt munches mahanta. Uber's yeah tubers go. Tubers tubers actually refers to like what the thing they grow from. Right sort of like bulbs tulip bulbs i think the things you plant to grow potatoes or called tubers or its genre of uh of route of edible root. Yeah yeah it's the underground part of a stem or he writes that serves as a food reserve. It does bear buds from which new plants can grow. Right it's like when you take a potato and you stick it you can. You can actually grow potato from a potato the like you know when you actually when you leave a potato out for too long those tubers start to come out almost like some sort of weird catholic s creepers. I'm nola by the way. Yes yes you're and a potato is a typical tuber. it's great example of a delicious tuber. All you need is a little bit assault some some butter source of heat and imagination. And you you could take potatoes pretty far true. It's true but a lot like Other earlier forms of Of foodstuffs that we now know. Enjoy like the banana potato weren't always the potatoes we know in love today. Were they know they weren't nolde. I love that you're bringing this up. So this is this is odd. This has happened a couple of times. In europe there are some Some specific types of produce or even dishes that become closely associated with a given country but those fruits and vegetables or tubers in this case are not themselves native to the european continent..

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Medical adhesives. A studies find that snail mucus in fact might be helpful in assisting the healing process for wounds like putting it on your skin may trigger an immune response that inspires those cells to regenerate so cool and like we said before pretty impressive lifespan on a snail two to seven years on captivity again. That can be more like ten to fifteen. Who knew you probably already knew. We mentioned that one before but really cool creature is really cool story ben. This is a fun. Conversation agreed. Agreed and you know like slugs. We hope that you enjoy finding this episode of ridiculous history anywhere on the earth are we don't have a hundred and fifty thousand episodes yet. That's the number of species of gastropods. But we are going to try to get there. We're going to do so with the help of our super producers big thanks to pac rim big. Thanks to max williams and of course the big big thing. Oh man thanks to christopher house. Yoda's your in spirit. Alex williams who composed this theme aka sister betcha will be seeing him darkening our our doorstep again one of these days soon. But you know what i like. I like a banana. Slug my favorite species of slug. I like them all man and he stabs pets lights. Javer salt slugs or you wanna dance now you of course you're you're a lover of all all creatures great and small. We'll see for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows dramas and you may know me from the breakfast club you one hundred or as the host of the recap on tv. And now. i'm bringing you my podcast life as a gringo if you grew up your anticipate constantly being questioned because he didn't speak perfect spanish or just feel self conscious because of the people you grew up with clown do because your house smelled a little different. This is the podcast for you. Listen to life as bingo. Every tuesday and thursday starting july twentieth on the iheartradio app apple podcast. or wherever. You get your podcast. The problem of racism is before us threatening our very existence. How are we going to free humanity from this virus. I'm either mix candy the host of be anti-racist a new action podcast from iheartmedia in pushkin industries. You hear from folks in the world of politics academia and beyond listened to be antiracist on iheartradio app apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast..

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"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

23:02 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Thought it was the most disgusting thing in the world described it as like eating a chewy ball of snot or something like them and your knoll and today we are talking about snails. But maybe not in the way you expect. We'll touch on s cargo here and there but steals steals are pretty common creature. They're also fascinating. They grow some people out. You know some people think of them as moving boogers. They in to you know the slime and the way the texture of their skin is and so on but what on earth good snails have to do with the idea of communication. Because max knoll and us listening home myself. We're all pretty lucky to be alive in a time where there are instantaneous. means of communication across the world. But as we're going to see today the idea of a global communication network is much older than the internet. In fact there was a french occultist in the eighteen fifty s who thought he could build a communication network with. Get this snails It's true you knew you were gonna get there somehow. Communications snails french occultist. What else do you want. I wanna be a french occultist. That sounds like a cool gave true. The guy in question is one. Jacques to saw ben wa whose experiments in the eighteen fifties with snails lead to something referred to as a snail. Telegraph pass olympic sympathetic. Compass like snow sexy but definitely sounds fancy. What is it ben. what is it. So here's the idea. In short summed up by john. Browley where i'd even for wired Brownlee says been wa is convinced that any two snails. That have hooked up our forever in telepathic contact for the rest of their life regardless of the distance between them and to him. This means that if you touch one than the other one the meat will move. And so based on. This concept makes some gadgets. Wire calls them contraptions. They're essentially like picture. Twenty four snails glued to the bottom of a bull and each of them is embiid was design representative of a letter of the alphabet and their. Yes you're right folks. There are two missing letters. We get to those nabet way so glued to the bottom of a bull who when letters on the top sort of like a weird snail typewriter. Yes yeah in a weird and weirdly incomplete stale typewriter transaction flintstones. Gadgetry right there yeah. He was convinced that you could touch letters key in letters. Let's just say on one set of snails and the other set of snails however far away they might be would move of so that the person on the other end of the gadget could decode. Whatever message are intending to send. Yeah staley graph which is weird. Is we call conventional mail snail mail now but this snail graph was if it worked would be much faster than telegraph of tie-break so at this point been was trying to do the telegraph version of building a better mouse trap. The telegraph is already around and when we look at the modern day what we see is pretty amazing like no better where we are now in the world and we've learned this recording this podcast on the road and during a pandemic no matter where we are we can use various platforms to communicate with each other to even record our show. And that's a really recent development in the you know in the history of humanity. But it's something that has its origins in pretty basic scientific principles and as smithsonian maggie points out. These were i manifest in the good old eighteenth century. Electric telegraph ditz and dashes. We talked about this in the past. The story behind morse code is really sad. Oh god and it's been so long. I forget the sad part. Well the The death of samuel morse's wife was the real impetus or inspiration work of telegraph. God well thankfully. I don't think any tragedy led into ben wa coming up with this The snail a graph. I think it was more perseverance and kooky stick to it of nece really interesting so he believed that. These snails could transmit like sympathetic current. Isn't that right. I mean it was some form of like electrical transmission. I mean we would look at it as almost like telepathy right Essentially is what he's describing but he tried describe it and more scientific terms but again the guy was kind of a mystic cultist and apparently makes sense. There's a really great article in gizmodo. The man who tried to telegraph may have telepathic snails. Some mouthful of the headline by esther english arkell the eighteen. Hundreds were a really like golden time to be an occultist It was sort of like the swing of the pendulum in the other direction. After years and years of which burning and fearing the devil in seeing is evil lurking around every corner it became kind of a time where paranormal exploration and magic and kind of the combination of science and magic were very popular And there was a lot of belief even just kind of regular old folks in seances and like the efficacy of sound says and looking into things like fairies and gnomes and all of that and benoit's was squarely in this camp so while he you know does attempt to explain the snail phenomenon in relatively scientific terms comparing it to the telegraph. He clearly was coming at it from a place of kind of you know weird ephemeral mysticism as well. This episode of ridiculous history is brought to you by wondering and their new podcast against the odds. Imagine you're shipwrecked off the coast of north west africa. You find yourself on the edge of the sahara desert one of the most uninhabitable places on earth. 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Let's dive into what he thought was going on. So as you said he believed there was a some sort of sympathetic or current between snails like after they hooked up basically after they made it and he beleaguered ben. Have you seen snails meeting Leg up close video like any nature documentaries of snails meeting. I believe. I have in the past. But it's it's not one of my go-to youtube clips. It's not nor should it be willing to behold the bring it up is because there's a really cool movie by documentary by a french filmmaker whose name is escaping me but also did the the film winged migration and it's called micro cosmos and. It's like all this amazing kind of macro photography of like insects and one of the scenes Pairs these snails just going at it or they like to become one. They're like arriving together. And make this weird georgia o'keefe looking Array while this gorgeous opera music is playing in the background. It's simultaneously kind of and kind of hilarious because it looks ridiculous but also like very psychedelic. Strange in the music is really sets it off. But i'm sorry about had to bring up snails meeting at checkout that clip. It's on youtube. So been walled obviously was watching stales mate and as i was saying he believed that this meeting process resulted in an exchange of what he called sympathetic fluids and that big change of these fluids connected these sales in a way that made them mentally inseparable he thought of it as an invisible an invisible string something between a string and fluid that emanated from one snail to the other kind of natural telegraph cable but this provided instinct communication in his mind regardless of the environment between them so you can put them on ocean away. It wouldn't matter one could be on a mountain. one could be in deep cavern. They would still be able to have that vibe with each other and the way these are snails so we can't ask them to say gas a number or sing a song right instead. He just has to physically stimulate either by poking them like we said like literally tapping them like a weird snail typewriter or shooting them with a little electric current that referred to this phenomenon. This kind of like sympathetic psychic connection with these fluids. I don't understand how fluids interact with each other. You the fluids camera with travel Speech i guess that's true. It's not just to understand rapper. Heads around he termed this phenomenon. S car godet commotion. Which i just love. I'm going to start using that in In my regular coverages and maybe start a band called esker gotta commotion either way. This was the basis of this whole thing. He considered this to be against this amazing outlets obscure article. He considered this to be some sort of evolutionary loophole and he really believed in this phenomenon he partner as well at american which is weird. Who has a very french sounding name. Monsieur biard cuts yeah But americans somehow though yeah yeah this is this is interesting though because some researchers believe that been wa made this guy up out of whole cloth never was another person from two to communicate with or maybe he was embellishing his story a little bit but yes. He said he had a partner. He also didn't just see some snails mating and thought i should try to turn these guys into the alphabet instead. He was building off this earlier. Concept that's very. Hr geiger as a phrase flesh telegraphs fifteen hundreds but then also earlier just a few decades earlier in eighteen thirty nine. A guy named william o'shaughnessy an irish doctor and a fan of marijuana had experimented with the idea of using human skin to transmit and receive electrical signals. Which is interesting because we know that. That is a thing i mean. That's the reason for example like touched lamps work and like touchscreens. Some collectively between you know we have a glove on the screens. Not gonna work. You have a glove on like one of those touch lamps isn't going to work so it is about kind of using the human body as conduit for these types of signals. I mean it's like it's not current. That's going to shock you but we do know the human body can transmit these kinds of impulses yeah vibes. It's not just an amazing film starring jeff goldblum arbor. Everett's here ridiculous history is quite a banger. I highly recommend checking it out. You mentioned fifteen hundreds but in the fifteen hundred the flesh telegraph. I guess that were kind of being kicked around then involved fish. Yeah yeah that's that is true. It's strange because everybody was trying to add. various points. Create some communication device like this. And i think it tells us something illuminating about the human condition since before the dawn of recorded history people were obsessed with trying to talk with one another. You know what. I mean like in general so it makes sense that people would try to find novel solutions to the old problem of communication over distance. Whether it's fish whether it's snails whether it's human flesh there were there. Were throwing a lot of stuff at the wall here. Can we address the elephant in the room or the the massive dead snail in the room. The longevity of this does not really compute for me. Like i ask how you got to keep replacing snails. I mean what you used if you feed them. It's like it's like having a pet. It's like maintaining an aquarium. I guess you can keep alive for a long time. But like a first of all when i first heard this. I'm picturing snails lined up back to back to back to back to back over a long long distances like literally snail telegraph but again these were supposedly psychic snails. So yes you only had to about twenty five of them on each end for the alphabet so you know you have one died but then you have to make them again. Just seems like a whole homework assignments. Because he'd have to be based on the lifetime of the snails you'd have to be constantly ready to ship out a new receiver to whatever romeu remote location. The other receiver was originally at. And that's every time a snail passes away It's also i guess people could if this were to save money by using these keyboards for as long as they could. But it'd be like typing with a broken typewriter. Eventually start missing really important letters like e or some some other vowel. Otherwise i love. The snow is actually longer than i thought. Apparently in the wild they can live two to seven years but in captivity they can actually live ten to fifteen years or even longer. If they're like you know properly fed and watered so okay i retract my my b but there are there are copious other beefs to be had with this situation. Yeah but i. I don't think you necessarily should because you still the point remains you still have to cycle it out. Maybe just not as often some might assume but look. They need help. They need credibility and they need cash. This pair of people represented by been walked so been wall starts putting the charm on this guy who manages a gymnasium in paris. His name is mon suits riot. And he convinces this dude to let him live like to pay for him to live somewhere and give him a stipend to work on snail telegraph. He also beguiled. A journalist deemed drools alex from la press. And he gets him to like cover. The unveiling of the staley graph love podcasts. You love stories. You love characters. 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Second of eighteen fifty and is all at the behest of trio. Who very much wants to i. Guess get his money's worth from his investment. I'm so at this point. The design of the snail graham consists of like a scaffold situation using a ten foot beam with these zinc bowls. I don't know why it needed to be zinc because of you probably had his reasons zinc is i know. Very conductive with the snails glued using copper sulfate. I can't think i feel like we're bearing leo. This does seem very friendly to the snails. Not that like snails. Snails feelings right. I think this would be terrible. It's reminds me of the the way fleas were treated in those really messed up. Macabre flea circus. We talked about with With gabe or turn spit dogs. I think would be another example. Yeah the snails well. Being isn't Isn't really entering into been waugh's calculations and the contraption becomes increasingly complex and increasingly expensive as they dive into it eventually. They ended up with as we said. Forty-eight snails overall twenty four separate couplings into those zinc bowls. They're glued on this wooden board next to these alphabet symbols. We said earlier. There were four snails but not twenty six. That's because this is in french and infringe the letters w and k are often only used for words that are loaned from other languages. And that's where the author of this post on the generalist academy says the. That's where the discrepancy comes from lake. They it would have been seen as somewhat extraneous to have that w and kate also also patently less french because the french take language very seriously so they were not even further. Those letters that we don't use those except for those trash american words. You need them. Get rid of him right. So there's another thing that i think stood out to a lot of folks who are listening log at home it's this. How'd you know you have a positive connection right. Like if somebody pokes the snail that represents the letter b. and then someone else on the other board is looking at that snail. What counts is a signal that someone mashed be. it's unfortunately it's kind of interpretive. I would assume it just goes bing or a little green light lights up on the snails head on. Its little tentacles tentacles. Not what do you call those things there. And derek tentacles. They're kind of antenna meet tentacles the little wiggly things on their heads And that is how you get gauged it or at least how he claimed you could gauge it. If you tapa snail on one of the ends the corresponding mated snail on the other end would wiggle. Its tentacles sympathetically. Yeah counts as a wiggle. How you differentiate that from you know a regular stale wiggle just like you still can adjusting. Snails are always pretty wiggly you ask me Those little tentacles are always kind of flopping around willy. Nilly so that's the basic idea and he attempts to demonstrate. There's like we said this. I guess you'd call it like a press conference really go very. He's been kind stringing trio along right this whole time. He claimed that he had been in communication with his. Maybe imaginary friend. I've got a research partner. You wouldn't know him. He goes to another because he lives in.

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"one guys" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We want this to be serious. The first guy that they thought of was Bob Stack, and they just thought when they saw this, and they thought about doing it is a film. They thought Robert Stack Eliot Ness. They wanted that thing and he got it. And you know it was it was Lloyd. It took a while for him to get it. And then when he finally got it, he ran with it. And he really he really took to it. But but The guys were very smart that they wanted everyone to play it straight. Do it straight. Let the audience laugh when you're laughing, you know, it's like when you laugh. You're laughing for the audience. If you're laughing at yourself when you're up on stage The audience. Just sit there and watch is it because you're already laughing for him? They don't have to laugh. He's taken in a way in. There's something I read that I didn't know is the movie was loosely based around in 1957 drama called The Zero Are Our and No. There was other things like from here to eternity in Saturday night fever and everything, But the zero hour was kind of Ah, not very loose. Not very loosely was very, very, very much based on okay, all right, to the point when they said, because they taped it. One night, they used to set the tape recorder going and they would tape the movie's midnight movies. And then they would look at all the commercials so they could make fun of the commercials, you know, do You know Saturdays in the commercials during their show Kentucky Fried Theater show that they did, and then they saw this and they started to speed through it to get to the commercial and said Wait a second. Any sort of watching it And they said, Oh my God, This is great, And so they started doing they wrote the screenplay and then when they finally got the go ahead, they said. To their agents. What we kind of based it's sort of on this thing. Zero hour. Do you think we need to get the rights to it? And the agent watch zero hour and looked at the script and said, No, you definitely so so they looked all over and they couldn't find they got half the rights, but they couldn't find him anywhere and it was getting down choir. And they had to have the rights, but they didn't know. Where are they? Where are they? And then? Finally, it was, like one little guy back in the in the copyright room or whatever said, huh? With rights. Yeah, right over here. The other half of the rights were there at Paramount buried back in the archive somewhere Because those things you know, they'll tend to, uh Somebody'll get the rights and then they're just stick it in a stack of papers somewhere in that kind of law filed away or something fascinating stuff for talking to actor Robert Hayes, Ted striker on the 40th anniversary of Blockbuster film Airplane. And there's more when we come back on 7 20, WGN. Under NASA's Artemus program, Dinette IX and lighters will develop and build a new human landing system, advancing economic opportunities and paving the way for a sustained lunar economy. Learn Maura Dinette IX HLs dot com Week. 17 is upon us and more than half the teams are vying for playoff position. And with the haves trying to knock off the have nots this weekend, there's plenty of action to track and bet online dot net. Then the stage will be set for the pro football playoffs and.

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WSB-AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"one guys" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Thanks for listening and we're happy you're getting better. We love you lined and who? I just got a great tweet here speaking a bulldog legends of the Great Hyun All Wow, coach and all says the old line played better Think we have a good team and Matt Lucas, and he's a lot coming from that Matt Luke is a product of that Hyun also has to be played for him at Old Miss. And the day he got hired. I think we knew that was a great hire. I got a text from Hyun all and David Andrews. Both say great, higher thumbs up. That's all I needed to know. I think it was a tremendous improvement for them yesterday, and you know, we talked about it. You know the coach Luke's been moving around just like You know, Sam did when he was here. You've got to find the combination. It's like one of those Rubik's cubes. You know you're moving around. You twist it around until all of a sudden you get all that one on one side, and it starts to fit together. No matter what There's a There's a true pattern with whoever you put in there. Oh, and that's what he found. And obviously the kids responded that the athletes respond. They were ready to play again, less mistakes, and they looked fluid. They came off the ball on offense. We saw We took the attack to them. We did not accept it, and we talked about the first guy that punches you in the face is going to get your attention, and Georgia did that yesterday. What's got two sides of the Rubik's Cube? Two. Usually one was about all I was for You mean, if you don't get one side of the other side's just don't automatically fall in. It doesn't work like that. Unless you want to do the thing. Where did you just peel the stickers off that? You did really cheated. You know what I was doing back then I was doing Jax. Jax is a fun game to use two hands or one used my feet Now, See, there you go. That's impressive. That's like these guys I saw playing. Most impressive athletic feats have ever seen no pun intended playing soccer volleyball in Brazil. You can't use your hair is harder in Brazil. Holy cow! I just tell you play. It's soccer volley. He's head feet chest. It was unbelievable, but that's Yeah. If you're a good soccer player, you should be able to do that. Okay. That was when I saw a guy go to do a bicycle kick to Spike won over the volleyball net. That was maybe later in the show. You can give us your patented goal call of person. Is that how you doing? No, I got one on Friday night. Those last year we didn't get that many, but I want to hear what you've been working on this offseason. I'll make a call. I guess like we score, and then you give it the goal I got. I got to call announce a game on Friday night for the first time since March, 11th, But it was also Tennessee. Right. It was Georgia. One Tennessee. Nothing just lovely thing going into this week, baby, thanks to one of our fine former bulldog baseball players, but Buddy, Matt Cavanaugh said he's on his way back to Hotlanta. Tune in this and we got to run into a break there yelling at us here, John and Adam Gillespie. My gums are flapping its a bulldog branch from the hilltop grilled the Georgia Bulldog Sports Network. This is handover for engineered Solutions of.

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"one guys" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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08:21 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Organization and has a law enforcement education foundation and a consulting firm liberty strategies were talking about today's impeachment activities we will go first to dock in Wilmington Delaware good evening doc as always in Mister Moran fantastic show on thank you all so much for taking my call Sir sure I have a political question for the congressman from bart you and I both know you played on the show and but your brief cursory up moments of the show this is a legal minds as a legal parts what do you think will happen here in the Senate congressman Barr we only they don't have those from peace the president in a trial will this hurt the president politically twenty twenty yes or no end and what your thoughts on account of bar and of course just stand by and this is our here everyday comments well thank you Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader I was somewhat disappointed when he indicator this week that the Senate would be obligated to take up a Senate trial day he said they they what happened to well they don't have to the Senate that has the power to cry a president who is bent in page but the constitution does not require them to do so they have the power but not the requirement so I'm more of the Lindsey Graham Nash school of thought and that is if in fact and impeach the president comes over to the Senate based on a process that is patently unfair that he's not comport with constitutional standards that does not comport with historical precedent and is utterly unfair I believe that the Senate di has an obligation not to take it out because it is an inappropriate impeachment and I think that there should be a vote in the Senate to not take it out but Mitch McConnell ereli has made that decision that we would have to take up the the Senate trial a compact president Clinton is impeached on as a drug president trump is impeached on intimidating a witness or obstruction Congress or sending a nasty tweed or whatever it is they come up with and if that isn't the case in other words if there is a point out a a a trial I hope the Senate adopt rules that make it a very quick proceeding that shows it for what it is and that is a sham and boats and does not get anywhere near the two thirds majority and that would be the end of it that would be my anticipation all right let's go to Kim inch heels Michigan next on the boy had a chill hello Kim hi something interesting a lady out call name Tracy being called into the gel pad show in fact that bill Taylor one of the first guy that testified in this jam right the first day of the money as the acting ambassador to Ukraine yes yeah he and open the foundation board with George Soros Bob here anything about that and I know that George Soros has his fingers in a lot of liberal bias George Soros has been finding a lot of district attorney races across the country hiring anti police district attorneys not hiring but electing electing judges very liberal judges electing Liberal share so George Soros is very very busy identifying races back can change the character of our judicial system and and our country that seems to be his primary focus in recent election cycles I don't know whether there is any connection between Soros and his money and Mister Taylor it would not surprise me if there were some funding for one of the positions that these people I have fallen into but I do not know that for sure ma'am all right thank you Kim and we go to deal who listens to us on live in Manila the Philippines a logo hello Jim and I will listen to to the testimony the ambassador and I believe he said that he would ask the question is if it were ever proper for US ambassador to become anyway involved in a local election well well three years ago here all ambassador Goldberg supported a candidate in opposition to our project person here and your card Hey and when president Richard Kay was elected he had some rather see things to say about all about sugar Goldberg and also about president Obama you may recall and before he could be made persona non grata he was withdrawn we were with a hard charging affairs for a few months before the slot which fell and the ironic thing is from bachelor Goldberg had been made of the persona non grata in Bolivia by able moralis structure should go so but IBM being bachelor said that she she thought it was not proper for a local Jewish and are a little US ambassador to get involved in local politics but it happens and hello just wanted to point that out it does happen I've I've seen it years ago when I was with the CIA we we often not word odds that is C. I. A. officials in their mission and some of these foreign countries were frequently at odds with the ambassador now the CIA officers in the country technically work under the ambassador the ambassador is the chief of mission but I'm aware of any number of circumstances in which the ambassador's very clearly do get involved in playing favorites in foreign elections one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six hello is this do you think going to keep playing out as long as Donald Trump is in office I think what they were trying to do Jim is to bring it to a head in the house before the end of the year and you may recall that the impeachment of president Clinton occurred on in the house on December nineteenth now that was not on a like that was not right before an election year he had already been reelected but I think that the Democrats are under a lot of pressure to get this thing done in the house so that they can claim that we did not do it in a lecture near so I think there's there there's a lot of pressure to do that I also think to be honest with you that some of these Democrats are having some serious second second thoughts about what they're doing because it's it's just not catching hold so far they tried for weeks now to press this issue of a quid pro quo most people don't really know what that means so they're now shifting gears and using more more scary more frightful words saying put pro quo they're using bribery and extortion which of course have nothing to do our president can dance for an affair we list because we will be back in just a moment do your eyes on the road.

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77WABC Radio

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"one guys" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In my neighborhood one guy the drug dealer Nikki what's his name the keyboards people park going to keep warm yes or or Frank gave the one that Denzel Washington played in but in Brooklyn we saw guys like that it was like I'm gonna kick that guys as unless monsters of course you know then you don't and now I never leave my house wearing a jacket with out of pockets look at you the pockets were has become my my favorite thing is part of your signature but you guys may not have read the book but I was I was beat up and mauled walking to work one day this is back when I was in my twenties and the guy says to me I'd pay twelve dollars and fifty cents for Ralph Lauren tie right and I was dressed up on a Saturday morning I was kind of near the combat zone in Boston and the guy says to me unlike the tie is a purple tie well you listen to him I can't moving on he grabbed my tie and two other guys who jumped out and started wailing on me really yeah and the only thing I kept thinking about was god don't let me get blood on this twelve dollar and fifty cent does the thought so yeah but that was probably a hate crime because he probably thought you okay you know it was maybe they wanted the mug but a couple guys came along but it was I kept thinking god just don't let it happen who's that like that I mean an angel could anything we were famous fashion designer working I was in my early twenties no one was just O. 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I was just we just ran on it was random all my god I was like an easy target mention and you can add when I worked at seven ninety the ticket Bernie Joseph in Miami many years ago I was the one the morning show and then Libertad was doing afternoons we actually had our Superbowl party the game was in Miami that year the the two teams were if you got already but we had a party at his mansion really it was three years after he died and now that mention you all yeah that's right that's right see note yeah you don't want that so we had a Superbowl party in that mansion so I've been inside that place and I lived there of course when when he was going down but outside of it yeah on his front step getting the newspaper that morning I was just a and his daughter I guess is going on when the company which is valid right it's his sister but she's not she's not like well listen I I I I knew women he was incredible talent he was and I I didn't know him well but you know and designer circles that he was a very soft spoken extremely talented guy yes was such a terrible terrible off and listen to this Joseph Abboud segment this morning right here with Bernie to sponsored by Joseph Abboud black label store the flagship store at the corner of quality and style or if it's easier forty ninth in Madison wi Joseph is up there nine days out of ten working days toiling away go up and say hello and if he's not there Phil Taylor is exceptional what he does and Shelly is gorgeous and she's great at which he does so you put together quite a step of false splitting the suit Adam yeah this suit is not just one thing anymore what is up well you know guys the suit used to be the uniform right we know that the guys Monday to Friday nine to five which you guys that was the suit of yesterday that was sort of the suit of armor sometimes three piece suit well yep okay so but every guy was in this insurance I just if you look at like old baseball games yeah and you look at some of those old photos guys were in hats shirts and ties the new shooters the average is gonna call you see if you gray eyes act so it's really now the modern suits kind of split the atom split you have the satori list he's the guy he you're getting to be this is Tory list which is scaring me because he's the guy that cares about the details the vest the fabrics the patterns and he might do double breasted or you might do people pal so he's really kind of high up on the food chain the next guy is sort of the young guy the millennial this guy weir's as he said he he needs a swimsuit he's wearing navy or gray but he's wearing and is only very often is not working with the tie me that's it yeah and exactly if you were just getting dressed to go to work other than radio he'd be wearing that now he's exactly the guy perfect and the third suit is the non suits and and what that is is now there are suits that are more athletic they've got drawstring pants so when people say suits are dead they don't know what they're talking about the great quote I think in esquire this past year said the suit is not dead stop planning it's funeral also so you know it's just how guys dress now but the suits still so important I think you guys know what you I mean your there's you wearing your jackets but burning you know you may not have a lot of suits are you don't need a lot of suits but when you've got a special occasion the first thing that comes into your mind is what soon like it a lot exactly exactly also so I love the fact that the suit is changing and guys have got to stop thinking well the suits something a pass because actually something for the future hello the the suits again when you mention the tie wearing a tie notes yeah I mean but even without a tie obviously it elevated to absolute tremendously and we talked about so often you know the president you walk into a room they look at we've done with sid we've created a month if you really had it's a little bit like doctor Frankenstein trying to disassemble the months ago because we can't I mean think about how much he really thinks about it now is pocket jacket what he's wearing two events well it's fun does happen through a lot of guys Bernie that's just no it's it's funny you say that because a list of the one my super anyways as Bruce or any looks terrific right now yeah so they left him alone my blue seat what was for wedding it gurneys yeah and then I got to try and look great they don't look great too but this is just for me the suit for me is what I'm gonna wear a big event if I'm with Bernie receiving an award right on the way to yeah I was sent over got that what little wedding we never did but this suit for me is less fun because what I'm finding now is if I can break out a jacket with a different color and then start to it the accessory that's right it's more fun to go jacket without his suit is I'm not yeah it's more individual and it has more personality wearing a sport coat you wear plaid look at you just got that all of jacket right when we use thinking ever that you're going to buy an olive jacket never so one time I was at ramrod right whether whatever but I will say one thing you bring up a very good point the jacket is the backbone of the man's wardrobe so you can wear with jeans you can dress it up you can dress it down so yeah it definitely place but there's something about a suit when you're going to something that you think you're respecting other people too I think it's important and I really love that so now we're heading into well winter I guess full this this season the the the the the styles around that's right are you thinking ahead to December and January and it's corduroy time right you weren't a big of personal a turtle neck this morning yeah I fishermen that turtleneck is there other any quarterly suits you know that's that that that that you know something he really burning barns this is not to to make you feel great but corduroy is that happening fabric of this is how it is absolutely you know what world wide when you look at it cool records are softer finishes now and they're really easy to wear and it's just great looking so I I love what you guys have a range that you go to our store we've got five or six different shades of core trousers three or four corduroy jacket I love them because it does exactly what should say you still feel like you got something dresser member we talked about the guy's jacket is like a a a purse for women he's got some place to put something in his phone or so you always sort of feel feel dressed in you know I'm I'm dressed up for gonna have a quiet little dinner watching the patriots tonight so I thought this would be a nice outfit by the fire listen as we as we segue into sids giants who've been playing pretty well considering well well I don't know what they put a good team in Minnesota yeah Monday that a play all that well well look at sixteen and a half points tonight that's all yeah yeah it's a patriots defense that really makes a difference but but if you look at dressing if you look at when Tom Brady does his interviews yeah he was going most of the time he's pretty dress he's always wearing a tie most times yeah and it's not a wins or not he has a big sick he likes the big well he's a big guy AT carries a wider lapel but I mean you know he's like the perfect runway model he really is he really is I'm told is a very handsome well here's what I'm rooting for he looks like you are not looking right how about a Superbowl between the forty Niners and you make a rap hello how the the only to want to be the team's up about like a rattle is a gorgeous guy he's he's great yeah so he he's fits a Tom Brady mold it up with that not be a great Superbowl to have the have grappled in Brady of would be but listen you don't happen to dress cam Newton by any chance know they are a fashion leaders and then that's a Machin victims and I think there and so but you know what he's young he's got his own style he hits a difference for guys and this is something that all guys need to remember dress in your own style in your own personality you you're sexier you're more appealing don't try to be somebody else right you got a dress in your own style most guys don't know that but coming up is don't forget this Christmas thanksgiving all the holidays a lot of formal wear shopping yeah new trucks.

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