35 Burst results for "Pat I"

CISA Releases Security Advisory on Dominion Voting Systems

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:59 min | 3 d ago

CISA Releases Security Advisory on Dominion Voting Systems

"I have in front of me a report that is issued by seisa. Now sisa is the cybersecurity infrastructure. I guess security agency. It's an official agency of the U.S. government. I believe comes under the Department of Homeland Security and it's supposed to oversee the security of the elections. And this report is very remarkable. It's been largely misrepresented in the media. And for example, I'm looking at a headline of a CNN article, federal review says dominion software flaws haven't been exploited in elections. Now this is a flat out misrepresentation of this article. This article says two things and what CNN does is it takes the minor thing and makes it into the headline because then you'll begin to see really why CNN is running scared. It's running scared because of what this advisory is about. The adviser, the advisory is titled, vulnerabilities affecting dominion voting systems. We are report was released on June 3rd and what it basically says is that these machines can be manipulated. I mean, that's the big news here. It's the big news because we have been told for close to two years that they can't be. And in fact, the people who have been saying that they can be. Now, I was not one of them. I have not talked about this issue and moreover, it's not an issue in 2000 meals. We decided to just focus on one type of fraud and zoom into that. Partly because it was, we thought it was a provable and B sufficient. And it avoided the need to be kind of a referee or arbiter of many other claims, some of which we thought would be very difficult and time consuming and hard to verify and would take us down pats we didn't really want to

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Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 4 d ago

Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections

"Anything And we don't see any of these comparisons being made between one party and the other Jamie you're asking who served in this committee tried to stop the election of president Trump I try to stop the election of president Bush I brought a lawsuit on behalf of the voters of Palm Beach county because they because of the butterfly ballot they voted for Pat Buchanan These were Jewish voters who go to a Patrick Harris about the least favorite candidate among Jews because they screwed up on the ballot So I brought lawsuits Am I committing crimes The American legal system permission to this And there isn't a word in this legislative hearing about what to do in the future We should set up an election commission the way Israel has an election commission in England some other countries have election commissions If you have a complaint you go to the commission the commission is nonpolitical with consistent university presidents ministers scientists people who have no party affiliation and they decide whether the election is fair We can make legislative solutions to this but nobody cares about the future People only care about pointing fingers Yeah the future They want to prevent the election of Trump That's the future But they don't want to change the law They don't want to improve the law They don't want to legislate some of these problems away All they want to do is expose and finger point It's an abusive legislative process It's an abuse of the constitution It's an abusive or system of checks and balances

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Lightning bounce back, beat Avalanche 6-2 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

Lightning bounce back, beat Avalanche 6-2 in Game 3

"The Tampa Bay lightning have life after dropping the first two road games of the best of 7 series they win at home beating the Colorado avalanche 6 to two The bolt's got scoring from all four of their lines Andre palat had a goal and an assist as did Steven stamkos We had a much better start We had some chances We had some shots We had some offensive zone shifts something we didn't really have early in the game The last two So it's a different feel We're obviously comfortable in playing those tighter close games and games with the lead Nick Paul not just 5th goal of the playoffs early in the second which turned out to be the game winner Anthony cirelli pat maroon and Corey Perry each scored Nikita kucherov and Victor hedman both finished with two assists Both of Colorado's goals came on the power play off the stick of their captain Gabriel landeskog Walsh marsicano Tampa

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Skepticism Is Key for Bob Cesca Over Possible Gun Legislation

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:02 min | Last week

Skepticism Is Key for Bob Cesca Over Possible Gun Legislation

"Gears what are your thoughts on the gun legislation that may happen in the Senate? That macaw has indicated that he's putting it. Yeah, yeah. I'm still, I think healthily skeptical as to whether or not those ten Republicans who have agreed to support this legislation will actually step up and break the filibuster. When the time comes, now I'm trying not to be cynical about this. I'm just skeptical about because we've been this we've been in this place many, many times. Lucy, I'm just hesitant to become. Yeah, I don't want to be Lucy with the football. Charlie Brown with the football. And because that has happened so many times after sandy hook, the mansion to me amendment, which would have closed all kinds of loopholes in the system. That was filibustered, right? Even though it had bipartisan support, pat toomey was one of the co authors of it. And so in that sense, I'm skeptical as to whether this is going to pass. And I'm looking at a lot of the statements that are coming out through that lens. So with Mitch McConnell, for example, he said he was happy with the framework. Right. Which doesn't yeah, that gives him a lot of wiggle room to say, well, I like the framework, but then they got their talons into it and they started messing with it. They turned it into something that I just can't support and conscious because the Second Amendment, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And so he's got room. You did. The head came out of the shell to make a statement. Yeah. Right. So he's got wiggle room to kind of escape from. He said that he said, he said, if the legislation ends up reflecting what the framework indicates, I'll be supporting it. So right, right. If background checks all of a sudden are added in, nope. That was deliberate. That much, yeah. McConnell's reaction right there. Every word that he said was deliberately placed to give him an escape

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Julie Kelly: How Did VP Harris' Team Fail to See DNC Bomb on Jan. 6?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Julie Kelly: How Did VP Harris' Team Fail to See DNC Bomb on Jan. 6?

"Yes Now you've been a guest multiple times in the show in this topic of the air quotes bomber comes up often because I worked in Washington D.C. at The White House for a long time and in a law enforcement entity It's not a pat on the back It's just a fact And Washington D.C. as you well know Julie is probably the surveillance camera capital of the world I would say rivals in New York City There's probably not a square inch of D.C. where there's not a ring doorbell a government camera or a private store camera covering it What I find really odd about the bomber is the way my friends and I we were in law enforcement We would find people using surveillance cameras as you work backwards where he dropped the bomb if you know what I mean then you go backwards this camera picked him up then backwards this camera picked him up and then backwards and eventually you'll get the bomber leaving a car with a license plate or leaving a hotel or leaving a residence and that's how you find out who they are I find it amazing that in Washington D.C. this magical bomber evaded all of those surveillance cameras and we can't find out one identifying and characteristic Don't you find that strange That's strange and Dan what you and I have talked about is we found out a year later Kamala Harris was at the DNC headquarters when this alleged explosive device was found How did her Secret Service detail which she had as incoming vice president How did her security How did her detail miss seeing what we were told was a pipe bomb and plain sight outside of the building So this really sounds like another hoax I know you and I have talked about this and you said it just gave you the whole rushing gate feeling once again And so does it makes no sense Julie

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Lightning beat Rangers 4-1 in Game 4 to even East final

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Lightning beat Rangers 4-1 in Game 4 to even East final

"The Tampa Bay lightning even the Eastern Conference series at two games apiece winning game four four to one over the New York rangers pat maroon opened the scoring two and a half minutes in notching his third tally of the playoffs Andre Pelant figured in three of the lightning's four goals First feeding Nikita kucherov for broke through to beat Igor shark in 5 hole for Tampa Bay second score then plot shot in the third bounced off Shi sturken right to Steven stamkos who flipped it over the netminder to make it three zero lightning Sealed the win with an unassisted empty net goal New York's only tally came late in the game art Terry Panera and getting his 6th of the playoffs on the power play Walsh marsicano Tampa

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Welcome to the Final Phase, Victory Is in Our Sights!

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Welcome to the Final Phase, Victory Is in Our Sights!

"Welcome to the final phase. You are now in the final phase that will be the most difficult chapter, but victory is in our sights. This has been a multi generational issue of conservatives versus the left. And we are now finally entering the final phase and this will be the most difficult of all the phases. But what comes after this is us winning and them losing. So the left for many years, quietly, and methodically, infiltrated our institutions. We know this. They took over and captured our core industries and our culture shaping organizations. They were unbelievably successful as we as conservatives basically did nothing through the 70s and through the 80s and through the 90s. Conservatives thought that they were a fringe academic movement that, you know, that's kind of Bill layers and bernardine Dorne, but they're never actually going to get real power. For over 40 years, the left was able to infiltrate every single corner capture every place that was able to make decisions that mattered. First, of course, academia then media parts of corporate life, the activist base, the governments, the civil service. And we realized that this is one of the reasons why our country became less free when we were signing bad trade deals why our immigration policy was so backwards. Why we were seeing our liberties and our freedoms continually erode as we were engaging in a mass capitulation and almost every single issue to the left. Now mind you, all of this was happening and conservatives kind of shrugged it off. In the 70s, 80s and 90s and early 2000s, the left was getting away with highway robbery. And most conservatives thought it was no big deal. In fact, anyone that dared mention it was called a conspiracy theorist like Pat Buchanan in the early 1990s. I go, what do you mean the left is taking over things? The stock market is going up. Real estate prices are fine. Who cares? America's strong and always will be. In fact, on the center right, there was almost no oxygen in the room to talk about the Marxist infiltration in our schools. People kind of scoffed at it and they didn't take it seriously. But then phase two began. Slowly, all of a sudden, on the center right in America, there was a realization on how the enemy had penetrated every single vertical of society.

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Dinesh Reflects on His Time as an Intern for Ronald Reagan

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh Reflects on His Time as an Intern for Ronald Reagan

"It's time for our next question. Listen. Hey mister de Souza, my question is, what was it like being an intern for Reagan? And what special memories do you have of him? So in the Reagan White House, I was actually very lucky to at a young age coming as a domestic policy analyst. So I wasn't really an intern and I only say this because of course interns have no access to the president. You have to be on staff and you have to be at least at the middle level. I wasn't at the top level. And so my direct interactions with Reagan were modest. Only a few times did I get to stand in the back of the room along with other staffers. We had our notepads in those days. And the senior staff was right around the table. People like Pat Buchanan or Ed meese, and later the chief of staff was Howard baker. And the senior staff would interact with Reagan, but the rest of us got to stand in the back of the room and observe and take notes and then afterward offer comment to our own teams. In my case, the domestic policy team. So it was a thrill for me because I was in my mid 20s. I think I was I joined the Reagan White House in 1987. So this was in the latter part, the second term of Reagan, of course, during the first time oregano and I was in college. But and I had this big fallacious office in the old executive office building. I mean, an absolutely giant office with a bar and but the real power, by the way, is not in the old executive office building. It's in the west wing, where the office is a much smaller, but you're literally with an earshot of the president. So you have more direct access to him that

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How Joey Jones Became an EOD Technician

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

How Joey Jones Became an EOD Technician

"Talk a bit about EOD what they do how heroic these men are Well that's the thing They are heroes I was lucky and public split through the cracks to be able to be called Marino D tech and I acknowledge I'm a blip on the history of the OD for sure And what's amazing about these men and women we have females that do the job very well too Is that they don't want You don't know about them because they don't want you to You know the movie hurt locker if you've seen that then you know nothing about it It's not accurate That's not who we are We don't want movies We don't want folks We want to do our job and go home to our families and keep our buddies doing the same But the best term I can give you to understand EOD is let it be me If somebody has to go out there and risk their lives to make everything around them better and safer let it be me I'll bear that call I'll carry that weight and I'll do that job And that's the mentality of the OD If it's anything else if it's look at me if it's patting yourself on the chest if it's saying I'm braver than you then you're not an EOD tech You might be performing the job but you don't fit the culture and you probably don't stick around very long It's the ultimate exercise of humility on the battlefield because if there's an interview I did because we had a lot of media illness and I didn't notice the challenge but I look back now because I was 1510 15 years younger and I said you know a good day is us staying on base and training a bad day is coming out here and doing the job we love to do and someone getting hurt and someone dying and we say initial success or total failure and that's mentality you have to have There is no room for error but you learn and you train and you dedicate your life to it So when you go out there and you have to make decisions on a bond that you don't know how it's made you don't know how it's supposed to go off and you're trying to trick the trickster you've done the work and you care enough and you've done the job and you go out there and you have confidence and you do it and you get it done Hey listen I'm buying a thousand Every mom I touched is no longer a threat I just kind of bun it on that last one and that's unfortunate

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Joey Jones' Resilency After Losing Friends in Combat

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Joey Jones' Resilency After Losing Friends in Combat

"In my downfield it was a unique and I don't say this to pat myself on the back You ever get the chance to do your dream job You don't put yourself in the same place as the people you look at as heroes that made you want to do that job to begin with That's how it was as a marine of E checker bomb tech And so your service guys know that we work with them And so for us we're not joined marine OD We had less than 300 bomb techs on the Marine Corps In 2009 I think we lost 9 of us And in 2000 ten maybe I'm off by a year We lost 11 And then the next year we lost 7 And we're talking percentages of a job field Now we operate in two or three man teams attached to other units so it's not like our unit went over there and suffered a 33% casualty rate But our group of guys that went over there and were dispatched out of 64 of the 33 of us come back killed or catastrophically injured That's a big deal And it did take a lot to get through that But what got me through recovery was not only knowing I owed it to them but hey man I had responsibility Is that a sign that was ready for a dad And I had to step up and raise them whether it was with legs or not Because that's what my buddies would have done Critical Daniel grier the marine engineer that was killed when I lost my legs He had a son the same age as mine That didn't get his dad to get him back home My son did and I owed it to him to be that dad the stand up there and learn how to throw a ball with out legs and crippled up arms and be that guy And if you really want to take this and make a bigger picture that's what we owe each other as Americans to be active in our community to be a contributing member of society to give more than we take to want to stand in the gap to want to be there and make this country better and not do it in a way of demonizing people trying to do the right thing And there are people that want to get rid of Memorial Day because they say it stands for American imperialism Excuse me no Listen child go back and play in your corner until you become an adult and understand what this day is about It's about recognizing and appreciating and ultimately memorializing those to God and hopes that you might have a better life And I get a little bit upset but that's what got me through it

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Pat Castle Is a Very Accomplished Man of Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | Last month

Pat Castle Is a Very Accomplished Man of Faith

"Have you heard of life runners? Yes, you have. If you're listening to the program, I'm talking to the founder of life runners, you can go to life runners dot org, the founder is pat castle now, pat. I got a, I got a note here that tells me you're not just the founder of life runners. You graduated from the air force academy and you went on to get a PhD in nano analytical chemistry. And if I had a dime for everybody who claimed to have a PhD in nano analytical chemistry, I would have one dime. Right now. No, it's just kind of funny because you're obviously a brainy guy and you were involved militarily. I mean, just reading this, you did ten military assignments, including the weapons of mass destruction, defense officer at the base closest to Osama bin Laden on the September 11th. You were an air force academy chemistry professor. You've been doing all kinds of stuff. You have raced 22 marathons, you love Jesus. And you are, I mean, my most impressive thing is that you got a two 53 in the Marine Corps marathon. Hats off to you, my friend. That's awesome to run a sub three hour marathon. I've never run a marathon, but I just want to say, I plan to. But let me ask you just a few things. When did you were you raised in the faith or did something happen along the way that suddenly made you get serious about God? Raised in the faith. I remember in third grade when a sleepover, bob O'Connor said, pat, do you really think God is real? I remember thinking, what a silly question. Look around, of course God's real. And as you blend what you just shared, you know, my PhD in nano analytical chemistry, people would think, like, wow, you know, that must have been tough, keeping the faith. Not at all.

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Pat Castle Tells Us About Life Runners

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | Last month

Pat Castle Tells Us About Life Runners

"You, pat Cass. The last time I saw you was the night before the march for life, Tim tee both spoke at that dinner and you and I reconnected. And I said, I got to get you on the program and you told me about something that's happening June 1st. So I said, let's get you on the program. Ahead of June 1st. So first of all, I'll say a little bit about the organization and then say a little bit about June 1st. You bet. So the organization, it simple and powerful. I mean, we are a pro life messaging ministry. And as you mentioned, we wear these bold blue royal blue shirts that have a big cross on the front and a Holy Spirit dove in Jeremiah one 5 that got newest even before we were in our mother's wombs. And on the back, there's a big remember the unborn message and people see this message. Now you do it just holding it up for the cameras and I want to remind people if you're listening on the radio ladies and gentlemen, you're missing the visual aspect. That's the downside of radio. And so we want you to know that all of this stuff is on rumble. If you go to Eric metaxas dot com, you can sign up to see these things because some of the visuals are fantastic. Those t-shirts are beautiful. I love your bravery in doing this. And I mean, you must get some people kind of look sideways at you. Like what? Who are you? Yeah, and so, you know, a lot of people when they first become life runners. You know, anyone listening can go to life runners dot org, hit the join button, you'll get them a monthly update on what's going on with live runners around the world. And you order a shirt or a jacket that says remember the unborn. But that is a notion that people think that, wow, I'm about to walk outside of my home with a shirt that says remember the unborn in the culture of death. And, you know, am I going to get spit wads or tomatoes or middle fingers when I'm walking around the block? The answer is no. I mean, it's incredible. The message is very compassionate, compassion, means to suffer with. And even the other side, even the mean people, even the people that, you know, aren't in God's will. They have a hard time

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Meet Mike, Dennis Prager, & Joey Hudson at the Next Town Hall Event

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Meet Mike, Dennis Prager, & Joey Hudson at the Next Town Hall Event

"This beautiful historic grier depot and we're going to have a great town hall evening of conversation of interaction, Dennis prager and I and Joey Hudson on stage, it's called patriots for America 2022 and Joey and I kind of took matters into our own hands. Ticket sales have been going great. I think they're all the VIP meet and greet, which is going to start at 5 30 at the Davenport, which is across the street in Greer. Catered by select restaurant in Greer, then the main event at 7 p.m. at the historic Greer depot. Well, I told Joe Joey and I got together and we sort of conspired. We said, listen, let's do a Memorial Day blow out special price for our listeners who will be in the upstate of South Carolina. We do that with my pillow all the time buy one set of Giza dream sheets get the second set free. The $90 off the my slippers blow out sale is going on right now. I like doing that. I love saving you money. So while pat Kelly, the general manager for the upstate's 94 5 the answer was out in California, Joey and I took matters into our own hands. We're now doing a 50 percent off general admission ticket price. If you text freedom to age 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5, you'll be able to get the tickets for the event 7 p.m. Thursday, June 16th, prager, Gallagher, onstage, with Joey Hudson, 50% off the ticket price for the general admission tickets. All you have to do is text freedom to 8 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5.

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Vasilevskiy, Lightning beat Panthers 2-0 in Game 4 for sweep

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Vasilevskiy, Lightning beat Panthers 2-0 in Game 4 for sweep

"Andrei vasilevskiy stopped 49 shots to lead the Tampa Bay lightning to a two zero game four shutout Monday night The reigning Stanley Cup champions will once again advance to the Eastern Conference Finals after having two goals disallowed in the second period the eventual game winner came off the stick of pat maroon Florida went over three on the power play and ranging off the iron multiple times but weren't able to solve vasilevsky who was now clinched 6 of the last 7 series with a shutout The Panthers who averaged over four goals per game during the season were only able to score three in their last four games against the lightning

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2022 midterms: What to watch as 5 states hold primaries

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

2022 midterms: What to watch as 5 states hold primaries

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David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | Last month

David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

"You know, when you came back, when you came back in the speech writing process when I was a young lawyer, it was staffed around. I remember the chief justice of the United States at that time in associate council, arguing with Peggy noonan. That was a murderous row of speechwriters over which we had Bill sapphire and Ray Price and Pat Buchanan. And Nixon. Yeah, and then John McLaughlin came in for a lead in the game with Nixon, but he was around for a while. Ben Stein. It was a terrific group. It was about 50 people. If you look at speechwriting and their sports staff and then the research staff and then we also headed the letters and so correspondent section. So it was about 50 people there. And I ran that for a while.

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Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

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Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Tough Being A Fan (MM #4062)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Being a fan is a funny thing, because it's tough being a fan, depending on how big of a fan you are, does that make sense? The more you are a fan, the more emotional you get with things. Wednesday was a weird day for me. It was the day of the announcement for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for 2022. And the NASCAR Hall of Fame for 2023. And of course, I'm a big fan of both rock and roll and NASCAR. And while, well, you don't look at the people who got in and say, well, I don't want them or they shouldn't get in or maybe you do. You're more upset about the people you wanted to get in that didn't. The Rock hall, I pretty much given up on that as of many people, because it's really just a popularity contest. The band I wanted in most, the band I believe to be in most. Of course, I'm a big fan of. That's Devo, the hometown boys from just outside of Cleveland. And guess what? They didn't get in. I don't even think they got close. Now I got no qualms with pat benatar with even Eminem for that matter. Same thing with NASCAR. Don't mind who got in. Don't mind Matt Kenseth. Don't mind Kirk shelmerdine, but wish Harry Hyde had gotten in. I know it's a silly thing, but it's those things that prove we're a fan.

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"pat i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"pat i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Volkswagen back, I'm talking to pat Boone pat. I just cut you off at the end there. You were saying that Ann-Margret okayed your kind of goofy wet. Basically, it was tongue in cheek is what we're doing I was anyway. And God bless her, you know, she's got a sense of humor, and she got the she got the joke and went with it. I mean, she'd already reported her nurse has done very seriously. And mine is kind of kidding. But we do harmonize a little and then I was just delighted to know that she gets it that and its own way. It's a gentle joke that two 80 year olds can be coming on to each other. Right. I want to ask you since we've just got a couple of minutes left. If people are interested in seeing your film the Mulligan, we're talking about golf. How do they see them all again? Well, I should say it's one of the greatest films ever made. I should just modestly say that. At least about golf. Because millions of people play golf and love golf, but they're almost no movies about golf. You can name the golf movies. I was just going to say there aren't too many. There's bagger vans, which I always say, skip it if you can. And then there's the one. A couple of years ago, there was one with Jim Caviezel, where he plays Bobby Joe. That's a really good film. I forgot about that one, yeah. So but there's only like four or 5 golf films, and this is added to the mix, and I think it's going to move to the head of the class. Because it is a very good film. I play the old pro, who is retired, but is brought in by Tom layman, who is in the film. He's a great currently on the tour. And as one many tournaments, so there's a Eric close plays a hotshot businessman who thinks he's a good golfer as well. He's neglected his family. He's going through a divorce. His own son can't stand him. He's neglected his son. And he's in this pro celebrity tournament. He thinks he's going to show up, but instead he keeps making terrible mistakes. And finally, he does the no no of all time. He breaks his butter over his knee and throws the broken butter in the sand trap. Tom layman, this big brood of a guy. He won't mind by saying that grabs Eric close the actor and says a line that's going to be echoing through Goff them after the film airs. Hey, pal, you're not good enough to get that mad. That that is a brilliant did air close right that line. No, no, it was Wally Armstrong who wrote the book the Mulligan, Molly Armstrong. And it was already Wally. Wally, I'm sorry. That is a great line. I just want to say, that is a great line you were right to single it out. You're not good enough to get that mad. That's brilliant. Yeah. It is. And the whole the whole film is I play a paint Stuart type guy wearing the pain Stuart close. Of which I had 20 pairs already, 20 suits of those clothes before we made the movie, because that's what I always like to wear when I play in the pro celebrity tournaments. I like to dress like pain Stewart. And Tim berry makes all those clothes. He made pains clothes. And there was a time when I actually played with pain Stuart, and we were both wearing the plus fours. Unbelievable. Forgive me, we've only got 30 seconds left. How do people see the film before we go to the break? It's going to be released in a thousand studio theaters, thousands of theaters, April 28th, 29th, a call fathom event. If everybody shows up, it'll remain in the theaters for weeks. And I'm praying it will. Good film. Good stuff. You are not good enough to get that mad. That's fantastic. Pat, if you can hang around, we would love to keep talking with you, but that ends our first hour today, folks. Stick around for hour two if you can..

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"pat i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:50 min | 8 months ago

"pat i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Now I will. I feel like we have our souls are shaking hands. Many times on you times a thousand. But yeah, right? Because the other option is to that I don't feel like this does not feel like a good option is to commandeer a meeting. Right, of course. That seems like the bad. That's like, no, no, no. This is a video today of some woman standing up on an airplane and into a microphone talking about COVID or some shit that I'm like, that's the bad option. Ma'am, this is southwest. It's like very much sit down. This is the time where the place. Game listeners. Figure out what date we're recording this. Listeners. Our Columbo's out there. I mean, the other thing too is like if you have that community of other non binary people that you can say, how did you handle the other people have went through the same thing or always I think a big resource was also not to pass the buck. No, no, no, but of course, community, you need your community. No, no, but this listener came to us. And I was too straight as people who are sex negative sex neutral. And so I, you know, two cis freaks. Is this free? Three, 6 weeks, I miss this freak. That's true that three cis freaks. Now that's a title. Can we do that next one AD? Yeah. So let's try this voicemail. Hey, Andy Ann Naomi and maybe guess I'm calling I have a relationship question. I started seeing someone that I met on Tinder right in the beginning of the pandemic like we went out on Wednesday and like my work went remote on the following Monday. So it was like right before things shut down. And we decided to kind of bubbles together because we were both living alone and working from home. So we've been hanging in for, I don't know. Since March 2020, so then we got a little while now. And things are great. He is lovely. Really funny, really sweet. But over the past few months, since we've been vaccinated and we've been going out into the world, I've realized he's really, really loud. We just, he's one of those people who turns out sucks all the air out of the room. Thinks he is like a hilarious jokester. I find him very funny and charming and endearing, but I don't expect that everyone. The restaurant or in the line at the grocery store are walking down the street. Find some funny in charming and endearing. And I just find it like rude and presumptuous. I think I just feel really embarrassed and anxious when we're in public together. And I've brought it up kind of gently just sort of saying it's my anxiety or whatever, putting it on myself. I don't like to call attention to myself in public, but he's just a big goofball and can not control the volume month his voice. Because I think kind of crazy. Do you have any advice, you know, talk to my real therapist about it? Do I like meet the break up with a person over this? I don't know. It seems crazy 'cause he's great. But I just wish she would be low quieter. But thank you so much. IE okay, this feels so real to me. Yeah. I have ended friendships because they will allow dockers. Really? Yeah. 'cause I couldn't, 'cause basically I didn't wanna go out with you, like go places. And then after not really kind of going anywhere then we just like stop hanging out. You know what I mean? I can't take it with somebody loud up in public. Yeah. It's real, it's real, it's tough. 'cause you're spending your life with me. Well, and I was gonna say, don't I say to you, I'll be like, Hun. That's a little loud. Are you a lot of talk, granny? I can be. He can be, and he could really, it's like a real. First of all, he has the loudest laugh of anyone I've ever heard. And he also laughs at the most random stuff. Like the stuff where it's like, it's so funny 'cause he will laugh at something that's like, that was like such a joke just to you or like a deep cut or something like that, which is so funny. Yeah. But only sometimes. Like only Andy gets really excited about something. He'll kind of say something loud. And I'll be like, just a little bit. I love it. That's awesome, because again, we've been together almost 12 years. And so I thought I could say something like that and it's not the end of the world. I think this is maybe the sticking point here is that I'm pretty self aware. And I've been self aware as a weird person. I was a child. And so I'm very like, except in those moments where I kind of like excited about something. I'm pretty, there's always a version of me looking from the outside looking at me being like pull it back real it back a little buddy because you look so like up the brakes. So you saying that is just making me aware of the spirit Andy standing over. Oh no. No, no, I mean, no, it's right. You're not stifling me. If I thought you were cycling, that would be a difference. That's a totally different thing. Yeah. It seems like this person our callers was a boyfriend? Yeah. Our caller's boyfriend is not self aware about their about how they're coming off in public. And that's a problem. I think that's more than anything else. Yes. What struck me was like, I was like, this isn't going to change. I was like, this is for some reason, having never met this person, not even the caller, but their boyfriend, I was like, he'll never change. And so I do think it's one of those things where it's like, maybe she'll learn not mind it or like it, but probably I just think that it's like one of those things where it's like, oh, everything is good except this one thing that drives me crazy. And as long as that goes away, then we'll be good, but I don't this for some reason. I'm just picturing this kind of like finance. Guy who's so loud, even if you brought it up, he wouldn't understand why that was bad. You know what I mean? And he'd be like, no, people fucking love it..

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"pat i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:06 min | 8 months ago

"pat i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"And so my pronouns are they them or whatever your pronouns are. And I know that might, I know you might not understand that. Here's a website that explains it, thanks, that's just it. Just like something that so the burden's not on you to like you said very special episode or just be like, it's a lot of I hear, I see this a lot online, where it's emotional labor to have to have to teach people. About whatever, about your ethnicity or about your religion or about your gender or something like that. It's a lot of on top of the having to have the having to overcome your shyness or having to overcome the kind of social barriers. To discuss things with people who are conservative or dumb. Or. Intersectional queen tour boat. There are, yeah, we don't talk about this. Intersectional queens out there who are both conservative and dumb. Exactly. All right. Ted Cruz, we're talking about you. But yeah, I mean, yeah, 'cause normally though, 'cause my daughter's like an email is like too much, but at the same time if you're working remotely, then that's how everyone communicates anyway. Right. So maybe it's not. I did some emails saying I was gay, but that was more to like. I mean, I was 25, so that was the only thing that was similar where it's like, you know, it's 25, so there definitely was that awkwardness of a lot of people know me as straight adjacent. And so like, so it felt weird telling those people like oh BTW. This is now changing. And I sent an email. It doesn't feel great just in an email, but sometimes sometimes it's like you do what you know what I mean, it's like the options are limited. You do whatever feels the easiest. You know what I mean? Yeah. But the thing with the email though is like, you gotta send it, and then forget it. Set it and forget it. 'cause you know, I know for me with emails, then you want all these responses. You know what I mean? And then you'll be like, bad art fan being like, I noticed it in comments. I'm donating a kidney. You didn't comment on me coming out as 9 budget. Do you want to say anything about it? It's so easy to slide into being a bad art friend. Can we pause for one moment, by the way? I know this is coming out like a month or longer from when bad art friend was in The New York Times. Who came up with that dumb fucking title? Bad art. Was the person who wrote the headline where were they a ten year old? It's a boy. It's been like house and I mean, or how earnest was it? 'cause it's a very fun sarcastic headline. I don't know how I actually haven't read the article. You have to patch. You know, one of the things you're being a bad art friend for not being a better friend to the people who wrote it and are involved with it and even celestine, I am being a bad I'm telling one of those days when you're like, I'm alone in spiraling, just read bad art friend. It will really distract you from your brain and be like, there are a lot of sick people out there. My mom, right? It's very long. So yeah, you can really like I had someone copy and paste it for me because I don't have a New York Times. I don't either. I'll forward it to you at the email. Just open it incognito tab. It didn't work. I gotta work for it. I have a VPN. Again that sometimes. I use a VPN to watch races in Europe. So much racism in Europe. My God, you're a runner. But yeah, but sometimes when I'm feeling a little bit risky. And risque, I'll open up an incognito tab and read a vulture article. Yeah, I was gonna say it's crazy. You have vulture like to me, vulture is truly a website at the end of the day. Do you know what I mean? So I'm like, yeah. If you're truly, if you're a newspaper that also is a website, for some reason, that feels like a charge, but if you're truly truly a website, then you have to just let me read your whole website all the time whenever I want. You know what I mean? I do. That's how I feel. See, I thought you were gonna say this to me, I'm like, vulture is literally only four comedians. And I feel like so you should just be allowed to read it. 'cause I'm like, you're doing profiles, people doing bar shows is go honest. Then I've got a paper that. I've already paying $70 a night Uber and back and forth to go on as every single and I have my entire life until the day I die. Every day I wake up to my first thought is, I have to be, I have to leave for guana at 6 45. It's always me coming from Harlem at 6. Oh my God. So I can be there and not worry. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Okay, so email possibility. Yep, is there a possibility where you're close friends can do some of it? Do you like a little like a phone treat type thing? I don't really, I don't really mean phone. I know you mean, but I thought about that two second two, like having them kinda do it, but it's like again, that's not that's not their job, and it also doesn't sound like that's what they want to have happen. I think they want to be the ones to say this is who I am. And please respect my pronouns and my identity. So but again, I think I say that's why I was like, you don't have to do a whole intra office email to everybody. I say start with three or four people you talk to, you interact with the most it works, so that is sorry. No, no, go ahead. I would say that is helpful that like word of mouth thing and what you're saying before like having a couple of people that know that can then be like, they can correct them, other people for, you know what I mean? Yeah. That is helpful. Yeah. It's like you don't want to brag about yourself. If Naomi has something that she is proud of, I'll post about it online. And you do that for me too right Andy. You definitely do..

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"pat i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"pat i" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Corporation, which is how the corporation was profitable. My little DSA baby, always. Yeah, it was enslaved there. I will say this. It's interesting. We had an actor in our spank that fucked up the entire didn't show up when we started actually doing the tech rehearsal and stuff like that had to recast them at the last moment. And that inspire them to get their shit together. Oh my God. They're fucking up. Spanx hurt, out there 12 stepping. And so anyways, I went to get notes on my span with the I'm gonna start from that. And from this point forward, I will be referring to spank as show. So I went to get out on my show from the artistic director and it was like, definitely my Friends had spoken to the AD about my issues and so she kind of in front of me. But I didn't have a apartment. I didn't have anything. I was broke broke broke, didn't have an apartment. Didn't have anything with sleeping on couches. And could not hold a job I kept getting really bad day jobs and getting fired from them and then anyways I ended up so that was when you were 27. That was 27. That was your first go round ever go. It didn't stick. And then I like, and then when I was 28, it got even worse because then I had like that kind of like I remember seeing like pills taking them and then I had like a month or so or three months maybe or like a fake three months where maybe I drank ones, but I was like, when I told people later, like all the anniversary day, you know what I mean? Oh God. But I generally had a three month thing. And then I took those number had like a 9 month just hell relaxed for like no one really knew I was still drinking. I was very alone. It was very it was just that was like the darkest..

"pat i" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"pat i" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Now he was great right and you. You got some good sunny there too. I mean the way. And also i mean man i mean so all the music aspect of great but to me what was really great. Was the story and way you told the story and just everything about it. And it's just the greatest really really. Well i i appreciate it and i thank you for receiving and they're laughing right now because they know that i cringe at compliments but no now. I'm reading episode of patent. Athena's eleven there as a no seriously. I i wanna thank you for doing this at you know and again i appreciate information in history like no other especially with music. And you know all that you've done to to push To push the art form of music forward not even just jazz but just creativity for it. is not lost on me. And we're big fans of yours and we appreciate them for guerrilla yet. My my good buddy. Chris burn off is a huge fan of yours. He's a guitar player. He like has your so. He has like a pat athenee. Songbook in the studio and he showed it to me. Do this shit look like the bible. That was huge. I was like what the foot so now man. I'm huge fan and the thank you for a so made secretly begin. That's another favorite yours. That i really enjoy so for the music man for real pleasure hanging with you guys. Thank you so much for inviting me really. All right won't be happy. steve. And i'm bill and tikolo and light.

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"pat i" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"pat i" Discussed on Good For You

"How long have i been trying to get you on the show about a year but i will say the most rescheduled person that have lost no love for with every time you've rescheduled just gained more respect for you thank you. I swear. It wasn't no purpose. It was all something always pop to folk. And there's no point of doing a podcast that you can't do don't have time to do it. Ruins the whole vibe because you russian yes and when it feels like an obligation or got gotta do this thing. I never want someone coming on the show because they think they have to. And then it's just so know like you did it when you have the time and we're gonna kill it. Now that's right 'cause i it's the first thing i said when she was like a podcast throwing. Please feel winning there. I canceled twice so please. Can you please fit. She was like okay. We call her now wild. Because i do think though like you've done so much press at this point and now you're about to do a ton for your new show. We're gonna talk so much about. It cannot wait on the edge of my seat for three years waiting for the show to come out. Yeah you're right. Because i met you and you was working on some stuff and I came to the setting of the last thing you did and got a bunch of advice that we use during this show and yeah. It's been three years. Since i i talked to you about it and i want to say it went to no. I think it was like fox. Hulu knows fox news fox studio and then it was who logs news they were. It's basically fiction anyway. I don't think they take fox. News fox news is so much funnier than most comedy shows. Get most sitcoms. You got that damn right but it'd been for. It's been five years in the works. I just remember thinking after what i'd been through making. Tv shows. I was like i just hope. They let miss pat be miss pat. I just that's all like like it. You know 'cause when when you're a comedian and you're paired up with writers..

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"pat i" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"pat i" Discussed on Trapping Today

"You know. I have a bunch of bob cat sites. I'm really trying to get after bob. Cats hard i have a i have a A method last time Our season is from november. I can remember thirties. You in in from. I must listen to thirty.

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"pat i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"pat i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

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"pat i" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"pat i" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"The mindset you have when you eat, you know to bless your food or you grateful for you food or you just shoving it in I mean we all do that especially if you're driving someplace you know and But you can shoes I mean I did a Webinar. It was very cool. I talk about these kids very family seventeen year old kids in junior achievement and I gave webinars to them my very first wepener You know I'm very old fashioned in. So doing that was know I was thinking like what slide should I put together and I wanted to make sure that they were for the teacher who was supporting in junior achievement in Florida that was supporting that they were not. They were the size appropriate for that age. I'm excited I had no clue. So but I had so many wonderful questions. I had so many wonderful questions from that. You know in. In from dealing with them and so they they were very You mean I can just like go another mile and go to sweetpea where they have salads and fresh food together a suggests just don't eat any fruit with it. Oh. I can you do that? You know then that I would have another question another question in another question it was really. I really loved it. Congratulations on your first Webinar and getting getting kids early right to say spending. Well, the cool part of it too in that scenario is out of like fifteen kids were in there like six or seven of them bought my book. Oh Nice. You know and I just said like, Oh, i. Oh, that was just you know that was very sweet and You know and and when someone buys my book, I also give them an opportunity to chat with me about what the results are. So they know what their next step is because sometimes you look like, okay, I, don't want you to get overwhelmed knowledge is power, but it's only powerful if you know where to stack which direction you gotta go. So I feel like we've talked a lot about your book without talking about your book in particular, which is, why are you sick and tired? Which is great name for book by the way. Get your attention. So I I'd actually maybe we could do another one of these and we could talk sort of more. Directly about that because I'm kind of interested in it, I would wanna go through at first and then go go do it maybe if you're up for that later. You could do that but. where? Where do you want people to connect with? You Pat I mentioned at the beginning that I connected with you on on linked in. I. Know You're on all the socials but what where do you? What do you prefer and not all? Of them. But no one's I guess. Okay I. Have I have I know people who are I am on..

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"pat i" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"pat i" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Everybody welcome back to the show As you heard in the introduction, I have Dr Pat with me today and I'm really excited because I've done some research on Dr. Pat and. Listen to her on a few other podcasts and she. Knows about everything when it comes to your health and welfare. And it's a big thing with me. So I'm really into that and I am really looking forward to exploring it. I will say well first of all doctor. Thank you for being on the show today silver I am so happy to be here share some time with you guys. Before we get into it I just want to let everybody know that Dr Patent I. Connected on linked in. So she sent me a Lincoln connection. We started to have having a dialogue and we ended up on the PODCASTS. So that's a great way for people to interact with me if you WanNa, interact with me just. Just shoot me a note or an invitation on linked in and I'd love to have a dialogue with anybody who's got a great story that they want to share. Like today with Dr Pat so With that said. Doctor Pat I start every show the same way and it's with a simple question how did happen for you? Well, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, I was born. My. When I was a kid. I came out of the Chute. You know challenging. Amateur a challenger. So something doesn't sound right or something doesn't have a congruency for me. Even as a kid, I always ask the questions I was like the student in the back of the room with their hand up all the time on. Could you explain to me exactly how that works? and I do the same. You know I've always done the same thing. Different areas of my wife thinks that I've studied. And I've always been really prone and lucky to science science has always been very easy for me. And I was very fortunate growing up out of my I was I'm the last five siblings and for when I was growing up my father always told me that I could do anything and that was smart enough to do anything that I wanted to do. So when I play games, I only had boys to play with tells about maybe thirteen fourteen. So I as a Tomboy, I could play. Better football touch football. And Baseball, and I did all those things like that right bikes and that type of thing. But then how many girlfriends until I was about thirteen years old that lived around my house. and. So one thing that I noticed about you know that I experimented on as a child I can remember like you know I thought if he could acclimate to your.

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"pat i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"pat i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"And everything flowed nicely and as I continue to want to scale here made would have meant the CRM, and I only work with higher people on my team are very aligned with. Ourselves I team all having similar past backgrounds where they have. They understand that the difficulties in life and they they understand. and. Create their own life using visit using a business model and work with business. It's looking to kind of nourish cherish. Model within themselves well, you you do a bit of speaking work. Is that correct? US off just doing these podcasts the last couple of months. Eventual that do WANNA be traveling and I know speaking of children's schools on Dawson. But then business owners an infant people that are looking for inspiration motivation. Anything of. The sort above you know and sharing my experience. With them through that and I am a baby of this right now I don't. Know the last two months like I said, I'll but it's actually very healing and how for me as well as a million. Now it's fantastic. It's great to see you getting on the Front Foot roquette credit to you now. People often disconnected poss- I. WanNa hard to wind put it in the closet when you speak with people that come up and coming and they they know that they've got a spark about themselves. I just can't finger on it. What would be that the way that you would bring that out? Would you put pen to paper which you record yourself speaking which you get on podcast? Would you recommend and if you were to work with somebody like that? So. That's a great question for me. The only way I can kind of give I, don't like to give advice or anything unless it's based on my experience from experience at took me I you know my parents want me talk to him and now they are very traditional hush hush. Pat I live. About move on don't think about it off from you bits connecting from.

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"pat i" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"pat i" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Up into a delicious green smoothie. Now talk to us about some of the advantages of using O J C versus a regular juicer in terms of the carbs, the sugar, the fiber and why O J. C not only saves time, but it also saves a lot of money, right? You know, I was using a juicer for years, and you know what Father? Me the most pat the cleanup, the hassle it takes forever. You've done it before. You know what it's like cleaning the produce cleaning the machine afterwards. It's a minimum of 20 minutes. And you know if you're juicing, let's say bananas and grapes that's gonna taste good, but go start using the partially of the salary. The kale, that broccoli spinach. It's going to be hard to get that down. Crying about this year cost abusive. You're gonna go out and spend hundreds on a juicer. And then if you're going to go organic, and if you're gonna do so highly recommend that you're going to spend 80 90. Books a week on juice. Another problem with the juicers is you end up throwing away all the fibre and you're concentrating the sugar. That's not good. Don't know. Exactly. And that's one of the dirty little secrets of juicers. You know the fact that you're throwing away the fiber and so therefore you're concentrating the sugar. You know, Pat I was in the health food store the other day I grabbed a bottle of blueberry juice. 110 calories, Pat 26 G of sugar in one servant. Wow. I grabbed a popular pomegranate juice. 150, calories and 31 G of sugar per serving. That's crazy, And that's because they're removing the fiber in the process that they use their concentrating the sugar. What we do. Pat is the exact opposite. Where dehydrating the greens at low temperatures were maintaining all the goodness. The fiber is there the fight and nutrients the antioxidant vitamins, the minerals, the plant enzymes. It's all there. One serving of purity is organic juice cleanses only 45.

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"pat i" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"pat i" Discussed on KOMO

"Through this is just the the number of virtual tools that people are utilizing to sort of pre inspector to pre inspect us before even going out to see the house the that do you think that's going to become the new normal as things get back to normal I mean Pat I was talking to you and I had no idea that you actually going out looking at homes touring the homes with V. Izumo what have you before the buys even we'll go out to the house the tone of his interest level not yeah I think it's very helpful I think it's you know especially with what's going on it started you know right when they you know that said the records in the central business so we can go out and take a look at home and still you know there's a lot of uncertainties a lot of things that people are so nervous about it so I think that for all parties who was very helpful I would go out my partner I would go out a lot and we either face time soon or just take additional videos for clients there's one day I went out and I saw seven properties without my client and I just reviewed them and we don't do any kind of like a virtual tour but what took a look at him and we only ended up paying one out of those because they just didn't fit her criteria and then I'm done extra videos for property so people get a good defense and then also face time and whatnot and then you can eliminate some of those and eliminate going through homes and having more bodies you know exposed him out there in it and so I think it's been very helpful I don't think that it's going to have to really stick the fact that we get positive and negative feedback and equally as important so it is good to see homes are you know the right fit just so you can eliminate stuff as well C. C. U. G. V. you mention but I've done zooms with with the owner was there as well give you a little bit more feedback on the actual house that you normally wouldn't get because normally the phone is not going to be the obviously when you're showing a house yeah that was incredibly helpful and Carmen he secretly you know here with remax that was very helpful because the I got to see and ask questions that I normally wouldn't see and some of that you know back to some of the tourists and the three D. tours are just amazing what they have and you know one of my good friends just closed in on her home tomorrow sure she's listening week she she we we look at one home virtually but she was like you know it I really can't get in I want to get in and we were able to the smell and feel and what not because some of that stuff you just can't do virtually that you know the smell than that you know that misty moldy smell or what so that's so important but the technology is so helpful right now well I'm curious you know when you go online sometimes you'll see that sometimes as a video just there's a video that's available for the listing and those pictures so when you go to the house Pat you preview the home for the client before they even go out there what additional information are you getting from that that they're not getting through the pictures or the video that's available through the listing it's still twenty eight what she said is your spot on as far as just the feel of the home the smell the everything you have a certain feel when you get to a neighborhood we always suggest that there's a coming out like the home walk around the neighborhood so you know we'll take a video standing in front of a home and kind of do the you know this is the curb appeal left to right and then you know we walk out the front door this is what you'd be looking at you can see the neighbors the neighborhood and get a better feel of that obviously it's not very much you're there and then walking through the home and getting sites because there's a lot of these these pictures these days you can't really get a good judge of how big a bad as Norman walking through in a decade this is a full size bed this is a queen bed this looking back yes you do have more you know more room for this or for that and then knowing your client is very helpful as well especially kitchen like you can say Hey look there's I know you like to cook this it looks bigger than the photos but this is there's not very much counter space here but you could add an island you know sticking up conversation and and I think it's extremely helpful to to do that because I mean we've seen we said Iraq's and I'm sure he's done this season we've actually not added photos to a listing because it was just so misleading in a positive way I think this is misrepresenting that how someone's going to come here and expect you know play Mignon image you know it's it's not quite there yet and and that's fine you don't want to over promise under deliver so really what it does is the sort of personalize that experience because you know again we look at pictures of those are just pictures and you're so you so right because sometimes the pictures can sort of stretch all the elongate things you look at the room it looks massive but then when you get there it's really not that big all may be the you know the the what you see from the house some of the view photos that are taken honestly represent representative representative all of the entire home so I can see where that would be a real it would that would be a real benefit not another issue with that that what that does then it leads to dialogue and you get to know a little bit more about what the client truly wants just like you know it's really helpful and and Patrick you're you said earlier is driving by checking with the neighbors now granted now we can get six feet apart but you know asking the neighbors what they like about the neighborhood and what they don't like because they have no financial interest in the transaction that is so important the talk with the neighbors if it's super funny you know our everybody gets a little awkward not available to get a little awkward and elevators Wilmer showing condos if I was a client of Michael you live here and that does give me that look like a man I really gonna talk to me right now no but it's really helpful you know it yeah look it up in here for you know five years three years and people are actually brutally honest with her good and bad in elevators economic we are talking to neighbors and you see about about well again anything that can give you the full picture of what of what's going on I think that's very useful indeed so this still nothing like the walking through the house not the end of the day I don't think I mean apart from the norm most people still want to walk through the house and actually see the home before they make an offer you're not gonna have too many people that will just do so based upon based upon a video based upon pictures I mean but you still want most people still want to actually go through the house yeah but I don't trust my life that I've worked on that happened maybe what five times maybe if that's what people bought sight unseen very rare I think a lot sale of seventy right really you can yeah I mean it didn't happen often like using it just happened to be the last one that we did I don't want a threat to my life I don't you know they they come by and like all of this is that no it didn't a lot more challenging to do that but most people want to go and take a look at the home but there's a lot of savvy buyers out there they get a good grasp of it you know the area and they know what they're looking at yeah ideally you want to go through and take a look of course folks will be right back number to number here again is a full full talk one on one once again a.

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"pat i" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"pat i" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Shoes and other problems that users end up throwing away all the fiber in your concentrating the sugar that's not good I don't know exactly and that's one of the dirty little secrets of juicers you know the fact that your throw away the fiber and so therefore you're concentrating sugar you know Pat I was in the health food store the other day I grabbed the bottle of blueberry juice all hundred and ten calories Pat twenty six grams of sugar in one serving wow I grip the popular pomegranate use a hundred and fifty calories and thirty one grams of sugar purse serving like crazy and that's because they're removing the fiber in the process that they use their concentrating the sugar what we need to Pat is the exact opposite we're the hydrogen the greens at low temperatures for maintaining all the goodness the fiber is there the fight in nutrients the anti oxidants the vitamins the minerals the plant enzymes it's all there one serving of purities organic juice cleanse is only forty five calories remember this is made from real organic produce all we're doing is removing the water at low temperatures walking in all the goodness of you just add water shake it up in the free shaker Cup get into your system and it goes to work helping your what about the science behind these certified organic super fruits and vegetables found in the organic juice cleanse what is the science say about getting seven to nine servings of fruits and greens party how important is that to consume those on a regular basis and what percentage of us really get enough I look at my patient base I would say maybe it's one out of twenty seven tonight maybe I'm wrong maybe it's one out of fifty are rarely see it and the problem with that is that the science is crystal clear cut the studies by the thousands are done and the results are.

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"pat i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"pat i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Shoes another problem with the juicers is you end up throwing away all the fiber in your concentrating the sugar that's not good I don't know exactly and that's one of the dirty little secrets of juicers you know the fact that your throw away the fiber and so therefore you're concentrating the sugar you know Pat I was in the health food store the other day I grabbed the bottle of blueberry juice a hundred and ten calories Pat twenty six grams of sugar in one serving wow I grip the popular pomegranate juice a hundred and fifty calories and thirty one grams of sugar per serving that's crazy and that's because they're removing the fiber in the process that they use their concentrating the sugar what we do Pat is the exact opposite where the heart rate in the greens at low temperatures for maintaining all the goodness the fiber is there the fight in nutrients the antioxidant vitamins the minerals the plant enzymes it's all there one serving of purities organic juice cleanse is only forty five calories remember this is made from real organic produce all we're doing is removing the water at low temperatures walking in all the goodness of you just add water shake it up in the free shaker Cup get into your system and it goes to work helping you all right what about the science behind these certified organic super fruits and vegetables found in the organic juice cleanse what does the science say about getting seven nine servings of fruits and greens party how important is that to consume those on a regular basis and what percentage of us really get enough I look at my patient base I would say maybe it's one out of twenty seven tonight maybe I'm wrong maybe it's one out of fifty are rarely see it and the problem with that is that the science is crystal clear at the studies by the thousands are done and the results are.

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"pat i" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"pat i" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On shoes another problem with the juicers is you end up throwing away all the fiber in your concentrating the sugar that's not good I don't know exactly and that's one of the dirty little rates of juicers you know the fact that your throwaway the fiber and so therefore you're concentrating the sugar you know Pat I was in the health food store the other day I grabbed the bottle of blueberry juice all hundred and ten calories Pat twenty six grams of sugar in one serving wow I grip the popular pomegranate use a hundred and fifty calories and thirty one grams of sugar per serving that's crazy and that's because they're removing the fiber in the process that they use their concentrating the sugar what we do Pat is the exact opposite where the heart rate in the greens at low temperatures for maintaining all the goodness the fiber is there the fight in nutrients the anti oxidants the vitamins the minerals the plant enzymes it's all there one serving of purities organic juice cleanse is only forty five calories remember this is made from real organic produce all we're doing is removing the water at low temperatures blocking all the goodness you just add water shake it up in the free shaker Cup get into your system and it goes to work helping you right what about the science behind these certified organic super fruits and vegetables found in the organic juice cleanse what does the science say about getting seven to nine servings of fruits and greens party how important is that to consume those on a regular basis and what percentage of us really get enough I look at my patient base I would say maybe it's one out of twenty seven tonight maybe I'm wrong maybe it's one out of fifty are rarely see it and the problem with that is that the science is crystal clear at the studies by the thousands are done and the results are.

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"pat i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"pat i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"By all pro all mammal ladies and gentlemen freak athlete of our hold subject I think your life is DJ man move the crowd bro Hey you know what I appreciate that I thought about just getting like an actual DJ to put together an entire set list for me put a big box on my head and toward the country I thought about that a few times our main do not let me be your manager Pat I mean I've I've always said I want to be your representation man that you know no shame no show of shame and doing it on your project you know to me Hey I wanna let you know I might be looking for new representation shortly so Hey I will keep you on the burner let's talk about representation though Dwayne Haskins is now the face of the Washington Redskins they are living and dying with him I assume the next coach at they hire is going to have to be one that can work with doing Haskins they play the Packers doing that one ugly but they look like they're in that game he could have quit to whatever's ankle got rolled up what do you see in a joint Haskins you like what you see in our the Redskins ever going to be good a football game there's a whole lot of questions in that though the White House gives I like the way Haskins since since college I think if he had the the right guidance and the right leadership he could be a five professional quarterback and and find enough to to lead a team and lead lead the Washington Redskins they they they have seem to play better and the last couple weeks I mean obviously since the departure of outgrew did they they seemed to be trying or playing a little better than what they have been so I was surprised that they were as competitive as they were against Green Bay so credit them for continuing to to fight along the way I don't know will they ever went in Washington that it it doesn't look like they they had the structure to be able to win and such a competitive league it it's always wanted those things you don't have the gas if a team can be competitive or not it's one of those those I guess interesting interesting categories where you could say you get you get to see the the results the results the market speaks every week and know who those teams are yeah at the end of C. is looks like a big goal suck fast but the end of C. as a whole there's a lot of teams that are very good I mean that saints forty Niners game yesterday was awesome but the end of the city what's that it was really good yeah defense kind of disappear does that happen every once in awhile like for instance last week the Niners take on the ravens in a heavy weight slog fest I mean if they stay in Florida they go over to the super dome in both those teams defense is I I think we both expected a little bit more of them but instead it was the offenses and especially the forty Niners often showed up nobody thought they could should they be worried about the defense just having one bad day and I'll I'll be should they be about the Niners off and showing up and showing out well those are I mean that's one of the best to do it you know coaching wise and quarterback wide freeze and and then paid Ford Ford and the New Orleans Saints so you know every once in awhile the team has your number it's a match up issue you would say that coming into the game if it drew Brees chante game plan you it's going to be a match up problem just because of the the talent that they had been and what they're capable of doing but then you got a look at the forty Niners the same exact way so the fact that it was the scoring scoring fest I would look for that to be too often with the type of defense that San Francisco for the New Orleans Saints play okay but I think it was two top teams that were playing really well and they got the rhythms and and yes sometimes just gonna be shoot out that was our I mean the NFC playoff is going to be so much fun to watch I mean you look at the lambs all of a sudden playing good football the Seattle Seahawks get a loss last night but then the Packers are winning ugly I don't know if even their fans are that confident the Vikings are hot obviously the Niners I mean and the saints it I mean the end of C. looks like it's something to be very much desired aside from the indices whatever comes by a football I think it's gonna be a fun play out I mean I thought about the new law the New England game up I don't sleep on on the A. R. C. I. out that this is going to be one of the most competitive playoffs and and super bowls that we've seen in recent history so whoever it is it's it's gonna be pretty pretty well played to get to the Superbowl this year especially and the NFC so I've I like the Niners I really do I think the miners are really showing that they had the ability to to win the games no there's questions or surrounding whether grow up the low or or Santa Hank to make the calls and grow up low make the throws managed to gain make the plays I just I really like the way the Niners are playing and and to be able to get that type of a when man I'm I'm looking at them as as as the front runner but like you said there's so many teams and then I see that are playing so well that you know there's no really no way of telling who may be the hottest team in the playoffs the Niners offense answered a lot of questions yesterday I mean granted the defense and shop at the same time does John pay and drew Brees but I think for me I learned a lot more about that often that a lot more respect for that minor stream after what they did yesterday I think everybody does let's pivot real quick to the AFC you are free gasoline I I mean by all accounts one of the most athletic humans ever do a professional sport Lamar Jackson is making people look like amateurs I don't know if I got a chance asking this last time you're on how would you defend the mark Jackson in easy stoppable other than maybe potentially stopping himself it's it's difficult to figure out how to stop a running quarterback with the awareness that he has it's like okay it if he has one good attributes like you to run really well you can game plan to stop boat but quarterback that runs really well if he can move a little bit and throw the ball that's a little bit more difficult all right but when you have one who brings both to the table where they can reap the field as a as a true pocket passing quarterback but you're also run away from you as a true running quarterback are out I would have to say this is one of those moments in time where if he can if he can continue on the trajectory that he's on he's one of those those evolutionary revolution that is where you're going to have actually have to try to figure out how you can get guys who are fast enough to to play the ride and fast enough the the plate the past but strong enough to tackle in it do so basically it might become like a nickel and dime leagues you know when you're playing against these type of games which may usher back yeah the running back and their importance because it's difficult for for secondary people to be able to tackle true running backs so he may he may change the entire you know format of how you try to play defense because his I. Q. is high enough where and his hi Nick but I like that little slip past that he did so yeah there's no way like let's gang client for them getting you into a match up with the tide in and help let me let me lick it at the last second and get it because it's it's almost you know you that everybody refers to it as he's playing basketball their play basketball on a football field found our you know I love the bottom the pharmacy do you love about this to him trolling the forty Niners color commentator by wearing the white long sleeved with the white gloves one of my favorite things I've seen on a football field noticed that it was very subtle cool and and there was no answer for him with his wife long sleeve shirt on and is white glove so being was believing I guess what would be the theme of of yesterday's game search the worldwide since make it clear that if Lamar Jackson was a Caucasian quarterback you'd still be able to do everything that he's currently doing that is I don't know if people need to hear that or see that but I'm happy one particular color commentator did need to see that in Lamar prove that this this offense our commentator on yeah the way I don't know how those humans still exist I'd like to make all whites look bad by the way that god made all whites look bad it matches it's it happens on a regular occasional I'm through with it all right got a couple minutes left your love are I enjoy speaking the other you do good every summer on TV on fox I wanna talk to you about again it isn't doing that good right now Tom Brady then every Tom Brady and the patriots offense last night if it wasn't for a burger river on in the gang I think the pagers possibly win that game then last week against the Texans their lives a one score game still they've played joy ride for the offense on the ball and they're still in it is there any hope that the pages are going to do anything this year or is this it is it's finally that time that this dynasty comes crashing down all day so mad at me there at their Beck call work for one of the game I agree the kid doesn't go out about he gets the touch down the column out of bounds they can't challenge it I just think some of these challenge rules and some of these things that take place are ridiculous for the gang I mean that that the New England Patriots have got to be the most maligned best team that that we see in the in the league right now I mean they're what number two right now to a Baltimore yeah it will talk about the dynasty is over you know and and how and and I listen I her Rodney Harrison and his commentary last night about trick played the nets that there and it's it's a bad sign and this and that when I watch Tom Brady I really do think he looked horrible to be honest I thought he made some really fine throws a fact that they made some timely plays and and their defense can make plays I mean at one moment in time it was like okay here we go with the New England Patriots and then you're looking at you know you got to think about how fine of a team that is that they were planning as well so that's a plus that's a potential you know A..

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