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"patrick yes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:10 min | 4 months ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You can throw in there on that two Terminator. Robert Patrick. Yeah, So he's one I think is like a career bad guy. But he's never like blown me away is a bad guy. If that makes sense. She released their own. Yep, she's a good one. She's a good one. She's coming on strong As of late. She was in those snow White movies. Ah, spoiler. She's kind of the bad guy in atomic blonde. Ah, she plays Ah, What's her face and monster? Eileen War? Oh, so whatever her name one of the Oscar for the Unbelievable, Unbelievable. She very easily could've made the list. You already mentioned Andy Circus Michael Fassbender? Yeah, Fassbender stuff because I always love this character. So I ever never think of him as the bad guy. Maybe that'll change another guy that Have a real issue taking seriously when they're a bad guy. That's Willem Dafoe, and that's his face. He's so over the top man, It really is. So he's won again that looks like a villain. Like a funny villain like Spiderman Green Galvan villain. You know, that's a very good in that. Yeah. And, of course in Boondocks Saints Man, Come on. Let's not forget about Boondocks Saints. It's true. Josh Brolin and I already said he was a hero in one and then he plays one of the greatest villains of all time. But it's a lot of MO cap. If you watch the extras on that movie, he's fantastic. So good. He's incredible. Maybe not. Circus level Circus has been doing it for so long but broken in the mo cap role of Faneuil's. I mean, he he honestly deserved to get nominated for something playing one of the most iconic villains of all time. Malcolm McDowell. He's another guy that just looks deranged and his looks insane. Meryl Stree, didn't he play? Ah! He was the guy in the rob Zombie Halloween movies. Yes, he played Donald Placentas Roll. Sants Sants, Israel. That's right. Meryl Streep. She's played a lot of heroes. He's played 1000 rolls, but she's played a good villain. She's good for the most part. What if she wanted to be a career villain? She definitely could have done it, Hugo weaving, and it's for Matrix. Really? That's where I'm looking at. It more subtle was fine, you know, but I'm not him in the Matrix girls, but it's really the nominated agent Smith. Really, really good job. Passion? Yeah. Pesci is sort of De Niro light for me. Yeah, maybe home alone could have got him on the list. Pesci has made me laugh so many times. I don't necessarily think of him as a bad guy. He's so good and easy money so good. So good. I love easy Money. Top 10 Rodney Dangerfield movie soon the two youths that I remembered Pesci for Sigourney Weaver, but she's also played some of the greatest heroines of all time. Yeah, it's really going mortarboards villainy lately, but really hero for a long time. Woody Harrelson plays a really scary bad guy he can be, and he's a good example of when I first think of them, though I think of like fun loving Woody Harrelson, But when you actually look at his resume natural blonde killers, man, Yeah, a guy that's played a lot of villains, but he's tiny is Oscar Isaac Sands are just so small is so small. I haven't loved and Oscar Isaac role I think ever So I just don't really like him as an actor. I don't think he's bad, and I don't like him. I will throw this actors out there because apparently, she's played some of the greatest villains of all time. I've never seen any of her movies. Bette Davis. Bette Davis. Oh, like 19 sixties Bette Davis. Yeah, I was thinking about Jeeva to give her a goog Stephanie. I was thinking about Jean Davis and her of the Red lip. But already sure. Hey, Mac, May I ask you who is number one on our list? Mac and booze list the most definitive list of filling his actors sort of without a doubt because we both Adam, number one. I thought about putting Hopper number one. I thought about putting Harris number one. Kevin Spacey, the number one villain on our list. The number one villain this Listen real life looks when it works out. He's pretty much done acting, so we're not going to see anything more? Yes. So what? That's sort of what happened with Hopper Hopper was a really out spoken Republican and the early to thousands, and they basically blackballed him from Hollywood. So you haven't seen a hopper really in anything since, Like 2005. He's now dead. But that's sort of what happened to him and his black ball bases resume like he I would assume that much like we said, with Glenn close, and she has, like 25% of our roles as a villain, I would say that's basically is what 75%. He's almost always avail. Like Name a time. He was a good guy like American Beauty. Which he wanted Oscar for. He's not a good guy in American beauty. Oh, that's what he's good to me. The only guy who had a resume to match up with Spacey was Dennis Hopper. And I just like I think the best spacey rolls are better than the best hopper rolls. And that was the tiebreaker for me, but just like, Think about it. You got John Doe Roger Kent. Larry Hooper, Lex Luther Frank Underwood, Dave Harken. He's really a parking her horrible bosses, by the way, he saw it. Also movie look like bugs. Life isn't great, but he's spooky is Hopper. Yeah, it's great. Greatest topper. He is the quintessential villain. And he sort of, um he sort of not ugly enough that he can sort of play the leading man villain, You know, I mean, where is like Hopper can't be the leading man. Really? You can really get behind in space. We could be the leading man villain, and I think that's also a devil Could he could have been? Yeah, I think he's done well, right? Actually, no, I don't know Mel Gibson's making movies again. Yeah, but it'll be interesting. It'll be interesting to see how that plays out well lined up to the reason why we did this list is because we want to honor Kevin Spacey. Thea reason why we did. The list was thank you Tow y world, which by the way, Isn't the worst movie ever. I wish everyone was doing what Dennis Hopper was trying to do. Yeah, I'm like having fun with the movie costumes like the worst character in the whole movie. Everything around, Coster Not so bad. So I'm thinking, Where is the main character to future podcast? I would like to do. One just called, isn't the worst movie ever and just pick movies that people look at as the worst movie ever Just say in defence movie ever that'll be another segment in defensive and then also, I want to dio most overrated movies kind of in the opposite end of the month thing, because we're gonna have way different lists, but the movie has to have like over and 95% on rotten tomatoes. So pretty much We're just going after those pretty much films were just going after films. We should limit it to films that have won awards. Now that could be Golden Globe or whatever that also should be the qualifier, but also it has to be a film. It cannot be a movie. On the bag will love that upset. One more time. Who are the top 10 villainous actors of all time with Mac and do number 10. Billy Zane, number nine. Ed Harris, a tie at Number seven with Anthony Hopkins and Christoph Waltz number six. Bobby DeNiro number five Alan Rickman, a tie at Number three between Jack Nicholson and Glenn Close. Number two Javier Bardem and number one with a bullet. Kevin Spacey. If the rocks up that's getting.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Going to their shifts the filters on the left side and review delivers to dozer in a breaking ball said softly to third backing it even with the base Turner throw to first and out of first is Brian Gaucher three of the put out of here comes Michael Taylor rolled loose available to page it is with the Martinez told us would you like to stay away from them but they they get better news than they thought they would the MRI was clean basically you spend the game getting treatment the ride the bike a little bit Taylor a guy to has really good speed is a plus defender begin hit a mile but there's tons of swing admits first offering is downstairs right suburban now on deck given us the sign that most likely Patrick Corbin will be coming into this game one and that's downstairs I'm interested Patrick Corbin coming into this game how much are they gonna try to get out of Patrick yes user jewel strike of the outside corner it's to a one hundred reviews given up and two run Homer to want solo unable Sanches given up a soul minimax Muncie that's where we are she won Nance bottom fine Corbin would be the game five starter assuming did you want is condiments excuse me Strasbourg.

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Later Alligator

The Polygon Show

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Later Alligator

"Allegra I WANNA know about this game later alligator that you've been playing with that so our good friend Geoffrey MOSS FROM POLYGON DOT COM engagement editor he was starting to send screen shots to me of this very cute game and I was very curious because it was like these very funny screen ancient what's and he kept saying Oh this. Is You like everyone I knows in this game and he sent me one of this little girl alligator with like curly hair and a shirt that said Anna may how old guy and she said something like Oh really into crane games it's taken over like for my anime and horse of session or something like like this is you and I was like what is this game. This is so funny and cute and the art style is great and he told me he was called later alligator and I decided you know what I'm going to just buy it because it looks so cute. All the screen shots are funny and yeah. It really is both of those things. It's cute and funny. It's a game it's like a point and click kind of mystery. Adventure sure game where you are. Some faceless beat person. I guess you're probably an alligator in a world full of alligators trying to solve a mystery for this very very anxious neurotic alligator named pat who every year on his birthday goes to a hotel and just has a day for himself to like get zone room but he's anxious because he heard that the quote unquote family is planning a quote unquote event for him. He's sure that that means. He's going get murdered. Even though it's pretty apparent that it's just like his family's during his Friday so you're supposed to go around and collect information for him about this event which means you get to meet all these. It's really funny characters who are related to him in some way going throughout the city and it's just like really silly and it's not difficult colder anything because it's just like you talk to any alligator you see the maybe give you a little mini game. Yes Z. U. And then you talk to non alligators. There's only alligators. I only alligator whole world is to talk to everyone. you should not all of them are like going to give you information but the ones that do they're like Oh. Let's play this little crane game and then I'll tell you that information so there's little mini games but the main draw here is the writing is very funny. All the characters have very defined personalities. He's like Pat. The main guy is so neurotic and weird. He's just like this nerdy anxious dude like there's a part the so funny where yeah. I know we're all. We're all thinking about pat. Oh yes Patrick Yeah. Literally Jeff was like and even pets in this game literally pats his game guy. There's a part where you have to help him. Unlock the gigantic lock for his hotel room mate bought because he's convinced someone's going to try and break in him and the way you do it is he's like like Oh. I wrote the PA- I save the password somewhere really safe the password for my lock. Just go to my website alligator dot fund so you have to go over here browser and go to alligator adopt fund and it's literally like do not read this. My Password is this but do not read this stupid and then you put in the password. It's just like really charming and silly amazing so if I go to alligator dot fun you go to alligator fun and you'll see it's patsy having really God generated by Geo Scales. Yeah it has a blue sea background. This is this is pats home page at the top in two different fonts mixed within the same sentence surrounded by animated. Smiley faces. You know I love a good mixed fought. Oh my God and it's got a beautiful sorry under construction Gift Yeah I would put on my live journal. Profile when I was not quite finished building it don't click pat only and it's the code found his password yeah. How can I read it on this podcast. I respect hats privacy. It's really cute though my God this is so cute so cute nor kind of soundtrack because the whole game is like doc in kind of CPO tones not exactly black and white but you know kind of green and Brown and it's just that so the music's really fine on an animation so fluid it looks like a cartoon it's animated by the people who did if you guys ever saw Batman and Pied Herman. Was this web series stories that was popular when I was a freshman in college just about like a dumb. Batman hang out the dumb spider man yeah but like they were very well animated so yeah. It's just like a really. It's like a fun to our kind of experience. I was just lying in my bed clicking and laughing and yet it's not on switch. It's not on switch so I kinda like big. Do I even want to buy it's on Mac but I just bought it because I was like. This looks really cute. I want to support a little India studio and it's true it's actually we like very simple and not very taxing so I don't mind playing on my computer like I was playing it before. It went to bed yeah. It's just a point and click kind of thing and and yeah yeah usually I only play things on switch too but this does not take a wad of energy so I don't mind playing on my top.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on No Really, I’m Fine

No Really, I’m Fine

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on No Really, I’m Fine

"So no one who took a little bit about i'm dragway show after that the next recession that sean adams whatever you idiots radios tracks tells dragging them like tell us how the rhine do nothing at all say we were like dry saws so thoughts away that so ast railing and basically it just those you haven't watched it give me like your five five second run dum dum dum dum dum as as of this show is about well we've been traveling around the uk helping people in small towns discuss sudden death fabulous through the power of drug that sounds like he does things like the intro to the show douglas douglas living off of one of the many and they episodes and we see it as you mentioned before with in dover and we need three people to to women and one non on you see them go on this journey and they will upset but when he is heart wrenching in an inspiring stories when it gets to the end is a lovely showing it and that in and i hate to say this but if someone said can you just tell me what it is and it's like well it's a bit like ru paul's drag race which i know it's not at all but it's a bit like repulsed drag race meets queer eye and i feel like you a lot of people have said that probably to you already yeah so i think i mean i i love ripples drunk rice yeah i'm really excited it's coming to the uk yes i think one of the things i enjoy it by our show in how do this ripple strike rice is the at the center of our show to track the thing the phones community which you speech happens in repulsed drag race and you see that in repulsed drag race you see how they become distilling throughout the thing but the center in competition though like the center the center repulsed drag race remains competition which is really it's really important in american drug culture but a dying at the cause of the history of how to trade the highest in american drug culture but we how's the same history of patrick yeah you know our our trucks scenes were built up in small pubs and clubs to the drag queens really play polytechnic museum this time in the states but we don't have saturday's competition culture here so i love the the out of the center of the show he's he's the idea the drug is something that brings people together and something that's open to all this while i think like you said the two women one man on the first episode and not batteries the serious guys on but i think we always have a female on tests and who who is on the show a drag on the one a one of my team members tape on gays assigned female at the top of the new expression poisoning i up is living in fema which he found those great life is good in it which is interesting because when we were saying about gender you know absolutely well i mean don't get me wrong it usually involves some kind of ply of gender or way of connecting with gender understanding your gender in a different way but i truly believe the drug is something that can be embraced by men by women by non binary people by transgender people i mean the only thing why should anybody get high level of discomfort in suffering the people have took a turn truck it's something we can enjoy altogether and in the show you this woman's story and i don't wear with with the story we see now is the oil a yeah they they between the offering the in sean and stop you know fast she becomes at it in his speech or it's a lovely story so 'em oh we have been nominated to start showing the weekend me sean and obviously even though he's nominated him showing us agreed to do this a you we couldn't pull him you know wouldn't that be wonderful to pick out a paper in society we want to force instruct but that's just not how it works out shouldn't wow close but choon really committed to the project because he he felt that he had not connected with his son enough as he's so much growing up his son when it came out as guy and he finds out very difficult showing hunt while he describes is quite caveman attitudes towards his son coming and i'm like what you meet him in the book page yeah absolutely bit of a bit of a surge of but he's he he he's a wonderful man and obviously is tyke he's turned a corner and he's alive when it comes to the acceptance of his son and his sons 'em sexuality but not only has he turned the corner he's acknowledged said this some think he fails he has to make a particular some that on the why he decided to do that was to try and connect to ways em drive so i just drag on on on showing just believed would be a really a great way to understand why he's so much came through growing up now i won't you seen a he's a we we presented this idea is lying thinking would not rating nine whether we would walk so we kind of put into this idea to the channel i mean why would he has one track maybe can help people connect with each other and their emotions and it's a really wonderful thing not really knowing whether it's gonna pay off and then through the through the stories like showings we saw michael shirley eight eight withdrawing its profound why of exploring yourself but also 'em allowing you to connect ways your family family and friends and whether it be that through a moment of celebration old tourists we've seen showing in this situation a chance to actually articulate something to one another they haven't done yet there is a lovely moment wet showing a number this is the court may when he put on the week the space time and then the department of addressed a combat well if it's a silly thing on any look in the mirror and he just start crying and he said i convert exact words he said something like i just mentioned now just imagine having doing they should have been by his side got a girl maybe you wanna i mean 'cause he wants he you know he at the image of like playing football with his son the he he up in the past it approached his relationship with his son we will he expected the relationship to be robbed the relationship with growing say and he felt like he may style on a chance to be that with his son and if you do you do you describe the situation and it sounds sounds silly any is we can drag is profoundly cillian profoundly from funding as a real it's a great opportunity to have a laugh and you know you have these guys avenue in a way a guinea just having a good time 'em but then they can have this be perfect you're not any any pg it might think of amendment the heat mixed on this and it's and it's such a relationship little thing yeah i found myself like i remember i'm not saying that when i looked at myself in the mirror and younger i thought about that but like i i know that a connection of non bolan 'cause it's so rooted in all lies now and i i hate but point is you and i felt like i lost the connection with my my dog great and like i'm really sick and other pieces i i don't think i ever tell him so high but at least they is that i never had that moment my doubt and it's really interesting 'cause my life changed a little bit in the i know they work in the football world with journalism and i ended up being in the madrid finals final liverpool in the champions league final and then it was just like i felt like i dunno like good on you so i felt like i'd like we thought he was an end do you find that without throughout the series.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

16:03 min | 1 year ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Cute. No, that, that's I don't know what is and what I've also noticed quickly and I'm sorry to interrupt. Your story. We'll go back to your story in Bolton and Sarah Sanders. Anyway. Is that Charles's wife, the whatever she is the Brits have not lost? Their fun is for a feather feathering hair. So you fit in time, Shattuck Baker would fit in. And this is why I think maybe Donald Trump brought back is e loves the feather. It's one big feather, really is his hair. It's a wall of feather and the Brits, love feathered hair. They still I believe I mean think about that, Princess, Diana cut, there is one often it was severed, a little, but there was one time, where it was just a solid wall of fettering. Yes. And, and that's what's so anyway, just an update on a more British hair commentary from Hillary linked to cut. Okay. Right about that. Why doesn't he just go with, like a buzz cut that Trump? Yeah. Go with the Whitey Herzog look, look sparse. And that's true. Well, so think now that it literally sometimes a main like a lion's mane. That's what it feels. And that's why I swear when we were up in New Hampshire. Almost four years ago when he came out into the green room after the debate, and we were all there. That's the first thing that struck me is first of all, there were probably like five hundred reporters, and we all couldn't take our eyes off of him and Milania. But the hair looks like a giant main, right? And I think that's branding. Wrestling. Yeah. WWE because that's all part of it. It's just like when I mean, Reagan had a great head of hair, right? I mean it was slack. Big big. Head of hair with, like last time, we had a president that had some certain look that you could tie in with with the president. I mean w always kind of looked a little disheveled. He had good here. Clinton had great here, and then but then Clinton's weight would go up and down. There wasn't so great. He was also older generation crappy patches reminds me of his camp. HWWA's OWI in Texas. It's just Patrick. Yeah. There was a lot of brush. Yeah. He was into brush, in Obama course you know, had brash right now very grave at the basketball game last night in Toronto sitting courtside forgave got us. Yes. In case you didn't know. Canada few tation of that President Obama. They have to pay a tariff when he comes back in from Canada. Can you imagine? He was he had a beer with go. There were there at some. Got that conversation. Holy God knows wondering because of this whole thing, first of all, you know, that Trump loves the whole whatever guard thing that he was supposed to be looking at that they were leading him to check on or something. But it may be the French raid in how he was doing. I know that he's obviously, probably not friendly with mccrone anymore or whatever, but I thought of their relationship again because they started off, so well with that, at the very least very excitement first of all about scoring the hotter older lady. There were several honest, things he thought about that first time it's funny because I was I randomly, ask Peter last night, I think, is sorta stated I guess I was like, what would Donald Trump think of Jack Nicholson the act? And I think he even though Jack Nicholson is a liberal, I think obviously, he would like Jack Nicholson theory at the very late news. Robert deniro we know that narrow doesn't like him. I got the same feel to him. I think oh, also Trump strives for. Yes. Yeah. Did you see that with Nicholson fears was hitting Jennifer Lawrence? He just fine with her physicality. She was doing when he just came up with. No good. Really to there is, there is a certain like pig ish. Nece. You can do that after a while you break on through, and it's just considered sexy forever. He's, he's Nicholson's given by I think you're right. I think that is Jack. That's just Jack exactly. Trump would certainly appreciate that. Oh, yeah. Yes. I think the I think that's fine. But I thought they were saying that he got to speak or that he was, and I watched him speaking with some of these guards, who this is during the home, Prince Charles tobacco after that whole thing they like actually walked along these guards lined up, and that's when he was checking them or something. And he talked to some of them that they had set up for him to talk to. They said this is breaking with tradition, or whatever, but they had obviously set this up because some of these people were either born in America or had some American ties. So one other guy was going to college in America, the time, or had gone to college in America or something. And so you saw in talking to them, and it was it was another sort of thing. And it's it's interesting, there's a lot that firt going into being friendly and the way, the British journalists are putting this, first of all, to the, the great, you know, upset of CNN, first of all, because how dare they welcomed on and be nice to him, what the heck, but I think that because of the Tomo with Theresa May and all the craziness going on somehow they wanted this to be nice and light or something. And I mean it seems to me that anything with Trump because people seem to dislike him in so many different places. But in particular, like Canada England, you know whatever. That they would strive for that. But I think is awesome that they're striving for that, like that. This is all the queen's doing. This is the Queen totally designs entire program. So she decided to find people who are doing things in America for Trump to talk to. Is that the? Does she know him? I mean it seems like give something to or so you know what I mean. Like this is a really cute weird foreign relations thing that the Queen is doing for Trump. How nice is that? It is. It is. She's been doing it for long. Right. And. Yeah. What, what, what he likes, I don't eat hard to please. The wants the positive. Yeah. Positive reinforcement aegis. He wants he works on something's fair or unfair on us. This. You know, if you can feel like he's getting honest, you know, chance to see. Yes. If he's feeling like he's welcomed that the that the deck isn't stacked that he that, basically he needs to be sucked up to at the outset, and that can be fine. There's nothing course everybody, you know, in the world or at least a lot of people 'specially who hate him would say that, that's awful. I mean, this is basically Jimmy Fallon touching his hair. This is how dare you even start with sort of an even playing field slash start off by giving him really the difference that his office deserves and requires right? How dare you actually treat the president with respect basically forget that, who it is for a minute not allowed to do that anymore. It's an outrage would even do that. And really, I mean that is what he's asking for the people that will push back on that will say that he doesn't necessarily of give the. Office, you're saying respect that deserves either people that have tremendous amount of disdain for the president say he doesn't act presidential. So why should we treat him like every other president? But I think, yeah, I mean if I was the meet the man. Spectacle of any president. First of all, there's nothing that really is gonna get me that about to the point where I'm going to walk out of a room because someone walks into it. I think that's in you see that you still see that not just with the president would just people in general, I can't be on with this particular person, like please get over it. Right. Jerry, Sandusky or someone like that, then I can move on. You had people walking out this morning yesterday out of George Will's speech right out of college. George Will's great writer, he's not Trump guy. No. Why would you. Why would you walk out of giving speeches probably crafted like like only about one percent of the speeches could be probably a brilliant piece of wisdom, whatever you think about why walk out of this guy. It's it's I dunno. It's so crazy. In it. Really? Yeah. It's been taking everybody's offended, and it's, it's unfortunate. I'm not saying that you have to be disrespectful to people. But if someone if George will is giving a speech and he brings up certain things his definition of conservatism. Over the years has been slowly change. And that's I think really good way to look at things like if you want to try to tackle climate change healthcare. Whatever the case may be. It doesn't have to be a giant punch, and it doesn't have to be something that's going to piss off at the people. It can be done incrementally. That's the way he's defined conservatism over the years. And that's kind of an interesting way to do it. Agreed. So. Hillary. This book about guy about bears and bears are taking over the earth from outer space and stuff. Oh, this guy author Hillary, like you'd find him. Very funny. Good is he's probably in his late thirties. He does comic books too. But he's a conservative hangs out with a few conservatives in this group of writers. That's about sixty forty conservatives to liberals, but, like, Mike judge's one of the people who's not a conservative. He's got his own kind of us, but, you know, who is another big over just talking about things being acceptable in Hollywood. Hillary is mystery science theater. Josh or whatever his name is Mike. Who's the other guy? Mike nelson. It's either Mike Nelson or the other guy. It's got to be wherever that Mike Nelson. No, what's his name, Joel. Yes. Joel Joel is a big conservative really. Yeah. Yes, I couldn't leave. Wow. In not really shy mean he's not Ted new right? Is. No. But there there there. Who do they study? They study. These studies guy might have been the guy who who ran into detective agency out of Chicago hundreds. You're talking about. Yes. Of course. No. No, no. Not only. Pinkerton. I think it was. But, but it's interesting. So they're obviously, there are some out there, but it's too bad. There are on prime time. It's just it's just it's too bad. It's bad. I mean there are some comedians. Who as well. The local guys after Australian, Irish Italian guy, not the Angelo sounds like that as an appreciation someone. Apollo Nick Apollo comedians are pretty conservative. Sweeney's probably considering no. He's not. No sweeney's. Sweeney, I would say is much more than a left Hillary guy, though. But he was Bernie guy. No, I think he likes show Biden Sweeney's, probably somewhere politically, I am like left of center, but this certain issues that you're gonna conservative on this journey. She's going to be liberal on. If you've got a brain Clark, the great Steven Reid. I'm told his yeah. Any Clark definitely is a conservative. Yes. I think even right. Is the great Joey Carol. The great definitely very conservative. Right. Of course you love Stephen right Hillary. I wanna live in a world where you love Stephen, right? Everything makes sense. Of course, of course, I remember his cassette where he's on this, like black and white checkered floor. You know, stool is comedic like tall stool, that they don't have to have. Yes, is on a checkered floor. And man, I listened to that thing over and over. Funny, how there were those of my driveway? What does the light switch on and off? I know he also has a collection of shells, large collection seashells. He keeps them on the many beaches scattered throughout the world. And it goes I gotta map one mile equals one mile. It's a real tough one. So dry. Yes. Totally, and I remember I think I actually we had a Bill Cosby album, the actual vinyl album that I used to listen to as well himself up. I mean that was it. I don't know if that's the himself one from nineteen eighty one or eighty two. So I had a very I think we actually had both. But we had Bill Cosby is very funny man, right? Which was another one, Cosby guy never never found only because it was in my house, supposedly supposedly in those in the. In the daddy days of the what do you call that? The Ginsburg days of the sixties beatnik being yes during that time was he in Joan rivers in blue cetera. Supposedly he was really big then the Beatles used to love them in the early sixties. But I don't really I've never really heard that stuff from him. But I think he's a brilliant guy. Yeah. I mean, I'm more of a Richard Pryor, George Carlin guy. I don't know that I'm supposed to get it. Don't have to like him, like Bill Cosby, and not like Richard Pryor. Vice murphy. Phenomenal. I think Chris rock taken into the next level. I think Chris rock is, is among if not the very best stand up comedian in the country. Can you imagine? Eddie Murphy delirious. Oh, how much of that can be said now? Oh my Lord, even Chris rock stuff. I've seen Chris rock in climate. I've seen all of his specials. I mean some of the stuff he would say there's no way he would say it would be booed off the stage especially if it was ever at a college campus. Oh, god. Now, some of the things I don't even want to say, how do you expect to compete remember that? Oh, yeah. That was most bring thing I had heard when I was twenty years old. This guy is. Hansen, anything like that. No fortunate because comedians. That's what they're the ones that are supposed to push it. Them who now are complaining about that. So I won't get old college campus. Bill Maher got booed and decided to go back to Cal. University of California is Bill Mayer was pretty much a libertarian, if anything. But certainly, right is to the left and here he is because he has a different take on..

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"patrick yes" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on Double Toasted

"They got in Kelly asp area the name rings that ring a bell to, you know, they did that horse movie that launched a two-day horse movie. Oh, yeah. You know that was a long time ago, though, Martin legend of the stallion on on the in the wild. What was the cost spirits fair? Yeah. Thank you. Remember that to save my life? Yeah. Yes. That but one that might ring a bell for there's more recent did the the Smurfs the animated Smurfs village movie. Oh, yes. I the lost village. Yeah. Patchy Gertz favorites, you'll love who so pissed about that. Yeah. It was Patrick. Yeah. Man. They said this woman knows what she's doing right here. She's direct to the straightforward animated film based off of not only a cartoon. But of children's toy lie. Very popular toil line, very popular merchandise all around as it is with ugly dolls. She's a perfect fit for this. We cannot go wrong. We bring this woman. Well, let's go ahead and wash the trailer for ugly dolls, and we'll be back with I review to see just how well they did every year. Millions of dolls are created perfectly designed to bring tools to people everywhere. But what happens to the goals who are so perfect? Ugly, Bill friend. Boxing. I've always believed the big world is real..

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"patrick yes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"We are your host. Prince given me saying anything keep going. Give me give me the I welcome back, man. I'm excited to be here. We're excited to have you here. I'm glad to be here for all. My raving fans. We, and we know I just gonna tell them to tell you welcome back at the beginning of every segment. Thank you know. Well, we we have a wonderful guest today. We have my dear friend, rich Davis. We call him one take David Davis. Let's make it happen. Well, that's what I called you Phoenix. That's right. Okay. What was on the home hunter show in Phoenix? Arizona the home hunter. Wow. Yeah. Well, what was the home hunter show about a real estate and homebuilding TV show that was hosted by Carol hunter? I don't know if they're doing anymore that was back in probably about one thousand nine hundred eighty eight or eighty nine so, wow. That's that was the precursor to HDTV pretty much, right? I mean, all of these shows. I mean, you have beachfront bargain-hunting all these different home shows that are on that channel based front bargain. Pronounced? How you bought your be are fun to watch. I mean, the remodel the kitchen for like three grand. That's what they say. Rich rich rich is a dear friend of mine, and we've served on the home builder's association board of greater Charlotte. How long have have you been on the board rich I've been on the board for nine years now nine years? Well, good for you. So we I think we've been on the board for nine years together. A little more too long time. Yeah. We've got some good work done created, a great friendship and. We're moving forward with the home builder's association reach me. And when we walked into the studio together we recognize each other from playing golf in an hba golf tournament up six or seven years ago, maybe even longer than. Yeah. Yeah. It's true. That was fun day. I knew I do remember it now that I see out of your car and everything. I had to reread at redeem my golf swing can remember who I was. Yeah. Patrick. Yeah. If I remember, that's correct. Yeah. We'll we'll rich and I have bonded because. Do we cherish family? And we liked talking about more than business because we think it all is the same. Absolutely. That would be our philosophy. The rich is a fellow entrepreneur has made some moves in his business. Career ridge. Won't you take us back to the beginning? And Charles what I'd love to. I'd love to. I started my career as I mentioned earlier in Phoenix got my first real estate license in nineteen seventy nine. So this business has been my my career and. Started in the general resale real estate business, and then then decide then decided and chose my true passion in life, and that was the new home industry. We're all wired different ways. And for me. The new home sales position was a little bit more structured a little bit more my liking and the way I prefer to work. So I went to work for poultry homes in nineteen Eighty-one in Phoenix. Arizona. And worked for the company for almost twenty years. Starting in onsite sales working up through management, and eventually becoming a a western excuse me, western regional sales and marketing vice president. My my career has taken me Trent across the country. A couple of times over the to suburban Maryland back suburban Washington DC in Maryland back to Phoenix into Tucson to Denver, Colorado and then transferred here to Charlotte in two thousand five so my wife, my family have been extremely supportive in these moves as I moved up in my career this year, my wife, and I will celebrate our forty third wedding anniversary, Mary when you were five years old. That's true. That's true. That's true. The man this. I'd like to tell people we were born together. So that's good. So we've we've raised four children. And I think the moves although is unsettling as they can be sometime really help them adjust socially and become the true. Good people that they are today. And we're all so blessed with five grandchildren. How many children for children four children three girls and one boy? And where do they live the three girls? Live in Denver, Colorado in our son news in Mesa Arizona towel west the hierarchy of gender. Well, we got girl boy and girl girl because I have three girls. My little boy is is the youngest. And Reagan Reagan was talking last night. She said she said thank about, my oldest is Tatum. She said think about Tatum when she was four and her life in about Ford one. He's he is now four in his life, and how much more of a fighter he has to be true story. Well, we had the you know, we had a girl boy girl, and then my wife got pregnant again. And I called my mother. I'll never forget this. She said, well, guess what Nancy pregnant again, she says. Well, that's nice. But I think that's enough. Matter of fact, like that happened in and it was it was it happened to me four four that's wonderful. And you have five grandchildren have grandchildren one set of twins. And grandson, granddaughter granddaughter and then two granddaughters. Twin girls. Three February twenty third now. Are you gonna tell your kids enough? Now, not really you. Tell them about their grandchildren. Tell them to bring it on. Right. Yeah. Well, this was your your mom's, grandchildren. That's right. That's was worried about her son about four one family. He's moving around the country. All over the place. And wow. So Paul t and Eighty-one same question. I mean, tell us a little bit about that. Well, I believe was a great place for to grow up in the business. They teach people how to be not just in my case salespeople. But business people. Felt very blessed to to be there for that amount of time. I felt very blessed to actually know and beyond frame walks and be in meetings with Bill poultry himself while and being being a builder. You'll love you'll under steel Gil kind of understand this. We're in a frame walk. And we're looking at a framed opening, and he looked at the way the the opening was framed out. And there was he said, you know, boys because we were all standing our all man, but he called the sport, no, boys. If you took that if you frame that opening this particular way and took one or two of those two by fours out. You might see yourself ten dollars a house. And I'm sitting there thinking now ten dollars a house. What what the heck is up with that? Then I later on. I thought well, this is a guy whose companies delivering at that time ten thousand houses. Yeah. So when you look at that in that perspective, he saving the company a lot of money ten thousand times ten dollars is a hundred thousand dollars. Check change the bottom line. Opinions. They become dollars. I always say you got to squeeze the right twice. Like when you're washing your car, you every business can be a pass through businesses, and and pay people and do that. And and not not doing anything to grab that rag. Again, you get a lot more water. That's right. Right. So so so so so you've been in the e been in the sell side of the business in and now you're still in the sell side of. Tell us about you know, we're all in sales Trent we are. But you you. Employees salespeople transitioned from the home building industry when to two thousand eight happened here in Charlotte with KB home. Okay. And they made a business decision to close the division down here. So I looked around the marketplace and kind of found a little niche. There was not being filled in supplying professional new home sales assistance to home builders to fill in in their models when their sales people were not available sick on vacation. What have you? So. Poulty, and Linda, I remember my first customers and after that things really began to roll. And today, we not only do work with builders placing people in their sales offices and in their main office, but we also do recruiting and placement of salespeople. Administrative people in their main office. So we like to tell people we work on the clean side of the industry. I'm not in the the laborer, and and and that side of the industry were more into the management. And yeah. Awesome. So I was very fortunate that no one else was doing that in Charlotte at that time. So well, I wanna I wanna I wanna grow on that. We have we have to go to a break. Will you stick around? I want to own a figure more out about how you got that idea. Lead you to it and to be able to seize the opportunity right carpet diem? Yes. You're listening to at home with Robey. We're having a wonderful show with rich Davis. Hang tight ride home with.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on KOMO

"Filling in today. Procr- his taking a day of vacation. It's been a while since I've been on the happy to be here this morning. We're have a bunch of friends having coffee together and talking about the local real estate market today. I have with me Patrick Crowder's From Compass real estate and Rebecca Matsui from Keller Williams. We're going to have a great show this morning, folks. We're gonna be talking about a lot of things. But today, we're going to focus on something different. We're going to focus on a reverse mortgage purchase. So with that my favorite. I was gonna say let's so how how has your week gone. What's going on with you? And let's get started with the shell. Everything's been great. This is Rebecca Mitsui. I feel like this last week is when we my team, and I kind of hit traction with you know, being back year. Yeah. Already started. And so we're all really excited about twenty nineteen and our goals for two thousand nineteen to help one hundred and four families find homes. Nice homes. Nice. How about you Patrick? Yeah. It's great to greet seeing Laura. Yeah. Then why? Life's good. Everything's good. Business is good. It's it was nice little break. During the holidays to see some family have some too much and drink too much. Now back on the grindstone and we've been showing lots of clients, and it's been it's been really fun being back back to busy. It's been great the interest rates, that's the buzz at least in our offices that they've stayed steady. And actually are the lowest they've been in nine months. And so that that has been I think buyers are realizing hey prices have come down a little bit. Yeah. And you can actually buy a five hundred thousand dollar house now for five hundred thousand nine hundred five hundred thousand dollars. Exactly exactly we're actually seeing a little weave Lisa my business partner, and I showed some multiple clients yesterday. And a lot of them had reviewed dates. They're coming back a little bit. That's funny is the MLS actually took that form away that we used to have seller sign if they were doing the off review data thought what happened. Why did they take that away? We weren't seeing but back in honestly, our clients are back that conversation. Hey, what's it gonna take to get this place? Not. Hey, how low should we haven't had that conversation like four months? So yeah, it's been really a couple of clients that are used to waiting for the weekend are now saying, you know, oh, wait for the weekend. And then sorry that one's gone. Seeing that again, multiple multiple homes were sent by one client that wouldn't pending within two days. So yeah, I mean, I kind of I was trying to counsel a lot of people during that last quarter that you know. Yes, it does feel like we're plummeting because the prices did get impacted quite I myself sold a home last year had I sold it in this spring. I think I would have at least one hundred thousand better than I was in the fall. So did it definitely course cracked it. But I think that's what we were sort of hoping is going to be a course correction and not like an implosion. There's major changes coming. You don't really know how to adapt to them. So come over the summer. You know, we start feeling the market change in May June whatnot. And you don't really have a grasp on it. I think right now agents in our hopefully, they're having this conversation with their seller. I think the price is pricing is a lot better. Because if people were listening in August and September with that same spring mentality in for a treat. Yeah. So I think that I think everybody has kind of a grasp a better grasp on on what the market's doing right now. So. Okay. That could be a reason as well. So this morning, we're going to talk about reverse mortgage purchases. And you may be asking yourself. What in the world is that we're going to answer that question this month and give you a few examples we've done reverse mortgage purchases for clients of rebeccas and also clients Patrick. So we have some experiences we can talk about and this is a call in show. So we do want you to call in our phone number is one eight four four talk one on one one eight four four talk one on one. Now, I know that you are going to have questions this morning. So write that number down take a pencil right down. Write it down. It's one eight four four talk one on one will be returning.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Patrick. Yes, paulie? I. Robert crafts at Tom Brady is greatest football player of all time greatest. Not that. Great quarterback. Yeah. Would it be fair to say because quarterbacks mostly just throw the ball and the receivers and running backs produce the yardage? Right. Would can you say that the person or persons with the most yards from scrimmage combined would be the greatest football players of all time. No wider. See, you know, like Anthony moon is great Lawrence Taylor's. Great. But like yards from scrimmage in a career, Jerry Rice's number one all time. He produced the most yards for his offense of any player. Number two is Emmett Smith or three is Walter Payton, number four's Marshall Faulk on and on and on do do you think those guys should be the first names you bring up because they produce the most for their offense. But you know, Jerry Rice was still reliant on somebody to throw him the football. I if you say Jerry Rice's best player of all time. I have no problem with that. Or Lawrence Taylor, Jim Brown or Tom Brady. I mean, I I don't I think it's an argument that you can argue four and you can argue against and be right on both of them. Some you know, Robert Kraft says Tom Brady's the greatest player of all time. All right. Let the debate begin. But I I don't care. Spring and Tommy current. He's the patriots insider NBC sports, Boston do have an opinion on that. Mr. Kraft's saying the Tom Brady is the greatest player of all time. I like, well, I thought that your I thought your summation was outstanding. You can argue both sides. You can look at what Jerry Rice did in their Ruthie in the numbers are Ruthie in in terms of touchdowns catches single season career, whatever you want. But then if you wanna talk historically in compiling Brady has more than two seasons on his way to two and a half seasons worth of postseason games. So does that set them apart? I mean, he's thirty eight games in it's insane. So I don't have necessarily a quote unquote heartache, but I've always felt that Jerry Rice was the greatest player ever. But I certainly think the Brady is the greatest quarterback because you can measure it. This underdog message. Feels like that the team has embraced it. Now. Do you think Kansas City's bind into this that, you know, New England's coming in as underdog technically, they are three point underdogs. But do you think Kansas City is buying into this as well that you know, these aren't the artist formerly known as the patriots now because he just looking at the recent stuff, and what they did last week San Diego was embarrassing for San Diego and made everybody sit up straight and say, well, they're different now, which they did her in the year. I don't understand why the media, especially locally, we choose them up. We choose them up all year, they suck on the run defense. They did a bad job. Ross. To building Brady's fallen away from throws cronk hausky hurt in the shell of himself. So when Brady says everybody thinks we suck as a catch all phrase oil. Nobody actually set suck. So. Whether so uptight we killed them all year long. I don't blame them at all. But I think the Kansas City looks at them insist by God, we could what they just did to this team that beat us at home. We're screwed not screwed. But. Yeah. Okay. So Brady's talk and more to the local media. I don't know if the national media looked at the patriots. Now, I said they're more vulnerable this year than they ever have been. But with radiant Bella check, I would never bet against them. So I don't know if this is more of a local narrative than it is a national one that we look at them as somehow big underdogs. Well, you're close enough to hear and you've done this long enough where you know that our market is a strange one and the success eventually had an expiration date up here to the point where the Boston Red Sox will wire-to-wire winners practically or maybe did set a record for most regular season wins. I can't remember and every single step. They took was. Yeah. Well, let's see how they do. Again. The. Postseason. Well, they're not going to beat the Yankees. Well, they're not going to beat the Astros. So it's this drumbeat of negativity that just continues the churn because that's the you can't have a parade every day after every win..

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"patrick yes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Patrick. Yes, paulie? I. Robert crafts at Tom Brady is a greatest football player of all time greatest that great quarterback. Yeah. Would it be fair to say because quarterbacks mostly just throw the ball and the receivers and running backs produce the yardage, right? Would have could you say that the person or persons with the most yards from scrimmage combined would be the greatest football players of all time. Why does she you know? I I know it's like Anthony Munos is great Lawrence Taylor's great. But like yards from scrimmage in a career, Jerry Rice's number one all time. He produced the most yards for his offensive any player. Number two is Emmett Smith number three is Walter Payton, number four is Marshall Faulk on and on and on. Do do you think those guys should be the first name you bring up because they produce the most for their offense. But know, Jerry Rice was still reliant on somebody to throw him the football. I if you say Jerry Rice is the best player of all time. I have no problem with that. Or Lawrence Taylor, Jim Brown or Tom Brady. I mean, I I don't think it's an argument that you can argue four and you can argue against and be right on both of them. So Robert Kraft says Tom Brady's the greatest player of all time. All right. Let the debate begin. But I I don't care. Spring and Tommy current. He's the patriots insider NBC sports, Boston do have an opinion on that. Mr. craft saying the Tom Brady is the greatest player of all time. I like I thought that you're I thought your summation was outstanding. You can argue both sides. You can look at what Jerry Rice did and their Ruthie in the numbers are Ruthie in in terms of touchdowns catches single season career, whatever you want. But then if you wanna talk historically and compiling Brady has more than two seasons on his way to two and a half seasons, fourth postseason games. So does that set them apart? I mean, he's thirty eight games in it's insane. So I don't have necessarily a quote unquote heartache, but I've always felt that Jerry Rice was the greatest player ever. But I certainly think the Brady is the greatest quarterback because it's just you can measure it. This underdog message. Feels like that the team has embraced it. Now. Do you think Kansas City's bind into this that, you know, New England's coming in as under underdog technically, they are three point underdogs. But do you think Kansas City is buying into this as well that you know, these aren't the artist formerly known as the patriots now because he just looking at the recent stuff, and what they did last week San Diego was embarrassing for San Diego and made everybody sit up straight and say, well, they're different now, which they did suck during the year. I don't understand why the media, especially locally, we chewed them up. We choose them up all year, they suck on the run defense. They did a bad job roster. Building Brady's fallen away from throws gronkowski's hurt in the shell of himself. So when Brady says everybody thinks we suck is a catch all phrase oil. Nobody actually said suck. So. So uptight. We kill them all year long. I don't blame them at all. But I think the Kansas City looks at them insist by God's we what they just did to this team that beat us at home. We're screwed not screwed. But. Yeah. But I okay. So Brady's talking more to the local media. I don't know if the national media looked at the patriots. And now, I just said they're more vulnerable this year than they ever have been. But with radiant Bella check, I would never bet against them. So I don't know if this is more of a local narrative than it is a national one that we look at them as somehow big underdogs. Well, you're close enough to hear and you've done this long enough where you know that our market is a strange one and the success eventually had an expiration date up here to the point where the Boston Red Sox will wire-to-wire winners practically or maybe did set a record for most regular season wins. I can't remember and every single step. They took was. Yeah..

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"patrick yes" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on The Phinsider

"I'm still not sold on this draft fan if you legit. But. Yeah. And I mean, honestly, I would've been Chrysler Jackson could've had him. I mean, I would much rather have make Patrick. Yeah. I mean right now, maybe not true. Yeah. No. I agree. I don't I'm not I'm saying is. I mean is bridge. How much of an upgrade is Bridgewater. We would find out. I mean, you'd get him for half the price, and you could put it into other parts of the team like the offensive line in the defensive line. Yeah. That's true. I'm I'm okay. Yeah. You know, what I just thought of this? And this is the worst. Twenty six million dollars a lot of money. You could ask them to restructure. That's I was just going to say they could do that. But that's going to add to or that's going to add a couple years. I mean, probably cut -able years. But I would if he's on the team. It's it's. He's not playing for twenty six million extra unless he wins out this year and leaves them into the playoffs or unless they draft a rookie and the and they don't and it's just like, hey, let's just let him play one more year. Let the rookie sit on the bench. But yeah, that's too much money for that. All right. So like wax a little more hypothetical. I get a drink. Do you want one? I would love one. Wow. So you just you don't even leave me with a topic. He'd just so. Yeah. But it's it's done. All right. So Tanna hell so what? Now, what about gays? I think gases. I mean, barring a catastrophic meltdown or a Michigan alum becoming available. I think cases back and I'm. I'm okay with it is safe. I mean, I think he's earned himself at least one more year. Well, I mean, if they if they melt if they melt down in the team turns on it self and eats, it sells from the inside out it's catastrophic than I'm saying, you know, it's I think he safe and I'm okay with him coming back. But like most people, you know, the shine off the new penny. I'm like this this this offense is and is not exciting. This is not we thought was exciting at times. But yeah. Like four times a year. It was exciting and all the people involved in that are out for the season. Now, they're exciting on Sunday. The Karoo play was exciting. The Drake both of Drake's touch was not a scheme. The play was broke down play. That's not something that you judge downs. We're schemed plays that were long touchdowns. That were good. Oh, wow. The guy that we don't give the ball enough. Fair enough. But just I'm just saying, I don't know. I mean, I think he's earned himself another year bar. I do I well barring catastrophe and catastrophe. And obviously if Harbaugh is available. There's you know, there's a case is gone. Yeah. Maybe. Yeah. Whether it's Jim John James, Jerry doesn't matter. We'll say this about Stephen Ross seems to be he's he's loyal to his coaches. Like, he doesn't like, you know..

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"patrick yes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Bollywood. Let's that the frogs are convening. I believe it. This is Patrick. Yeah. And that's. Baby. Frog. Henry. Nothing. Don't be afraid. They're quite sociable. I think they hid ride in Henry's hat says the heart. Louisa may I boat ride may be delayed, but not postpone mischief. Let me introduce myself. Oh, I'm good afternoon. Mr. Alcott, Louisa may. I missed throw the current president of the anti-slavery women's auxiliary group of concord, MRs Whipple charmed. I'm sure your mother has told you about us. She said what a wonderful idea to have our annual commemoration of the freeing of the West Indian slaves out here in your beautiful woods, isn't that just like mother so beautiful here much. Plantlife? I found that to be the case is the editor. Ladies will join us shortly. We'll save a little picnic lunch. Me. Commemoration yet. And in my year of office. I'm so glad you could join us. It's true. What they're saying. In down to see him throw was one of Concord's first recreations that solitude which you spoke. Perhaps you'd be wise to seek it in town. I'll be there in two weeks. Yes, your lecture on Walden over. Now. Let's get to the boat. So we're all inundated by the picnicking women's auxiliary..

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"patrick yes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Favor and watch my stuff here while I go break a dollar, of course, senior citizens although slope in dangerous behind the wheel can still serve a purpose. The reason he's playing that. That was my coming back and forth Brian benefit Demi cut that our producer. Is it came out in the lead up to this to this Thursday night football game between Seattle and Green Bay that that Aaron Rodgers who? I guess is dating danika Patrick. Yes. They're in love. How's it going? I all I know is is it really hot and heavy. We we've had danika Patrick on a few times. I guess when nobody's looking. I'm sure she's cool. But I mean, they're in love. That's all I know is that she let me talk about myself. And then you talk about yourself, and we'll meet up a week from Thursday. He revealed that that he picked her up at the SP's few years, and that he picked her up at a bar, basically during that whole Espy's thing using lines from dumb and dumber. Wow. You're dumb and dumber fan. I know the movie I would not go see. And the other guy from so we're just kind of wondering what lines on Dominy number. Do we know you figured that's some of that? That there's gotta be something better than that. He had been something you something more creative than that. Yeah. Yeah. I love you know, Jim Carey story. Living his father and everything they were homeless. Really? Yeah. And they were from Canada. He was homeless dad just had lost his job. They had some problems. They were living in the car when he went and applied or applied. I guess you audition for for a job in living color. Wow. Need one white guy on predominantly all African American show. How's it going? Yob into. Yeah. Those really funny really funny. And he's you know, he's kind of like, Robin Williams. You see him on these shows. He can go off just but also all these guys that are so brilliantly talented, and they always have problems. You know what I mean? Like, just everybody's got problems. I know everybody's got problems. But you you look at somebody, man. He's gotta look at the guide gave people have problems. Yeah. I have no talent. They have probably. Yeah. Well, more money more problems with that. Sometimes. Yeah. Be careful what you wish for by the way, your Lord and savior LeBron James Christ. Yeah. The car driven by that's really cheap to make me feel like lesser than. But when it comes to him, I don't mind and the religious people in our audience, not happy either. Anyway, the car used by LeBron James is a high school senior. He drove a two thousand and three Hummer h two because he was really grinding back days is going on auction on Monday. The car is going to be sold December the eighth they're saying it's gonna fetchy six figure price. So this is a this is the car that became the subject of an investigation by the Ohio basketball officials before documentation, I guess cleared questions of his eligibility when it became apparent that his mom Gloria to get a fifty thousand dollar loan to pay for the car and she'd given it to him for his eighteenth birthday. So they bought it in two thousand thirteen the Kelley blue book is eighteen grand. But that doesn't include by the way that doesn't take account of sound system. And the TV's that LeBron had installed in the vehicle you're seventeen and you're installing TV's in your car, by the way, Walter Payton, the late Walter Payton, seventy nine Porsche was sold in Chicago for three hundred twenty four thousand dollars. So you got to I know sniffing Jack's is kind of a thing. But man, you gotta really wanna sniff me away that might seriously. Cars probably got one hundred and fifty thousand miles on it just so you could say I'm driving LeBron's car. And that's the idea when you show somebody that's too much money. That's when you donate the money that that kind of money that you're paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for a car that's worth eighteen grand. Just out of hero worship. It might be time to donate that the same. Yeah. L even go a step further. And do what you wanna do if you're if you're maybe card collecting with your kids or you're getting autographs with your children or something nothing wrong with that. But if you're just it's just you, and you design your what do you always like to see a man cave? Right. Your man cave, and your man cave is just looking at somebody else. Nothing you've ever done, and I'm not being funny. But if you're the, you know at the Mountain View little league award, Greg put that up there, something you've done, right? You're just looking at what somebody else says done. Maybe I'm too selfish. But you're right. What are you laughing for your? I've got the basketball the Klay Thompson scored thirty seven in the. Third quarter against the kings. With look at it sitting there, I spent a hundred grand on that basketball look day. I got left Dan Ogden who produces until he actually had now he's a little embarrassed. You can look at me. He has the actual ticket. When Lund went up in the helicopter. You know, they say in Hawaii that he has on his wall. If you spend one hundred grand on a basketball, and you're rich, you're an eccentric person if you're poor. You're just a damn fool. Larry. And I this is one of my pet peeves when you go in and the guy goes, look what somebody else did great. What you do Janis, Johnny? Miller's scorecards from the even if you have to have a picture of your son your daughter, but Ernie banks holding himself. I I don't I just never. So you're not a collectibles. Oh, no. Your kid like bobbleheads and things like that. I got a fun. I'm not putting that down. Or when you're a kid. You have any of the stuff that you have when you were a kid, you know. You would go to the games and every once in a while, you get a you get an autograph or something where are they I to baseball cards from as a little kid, I probably stopped when I was like twelve or thirteen and then I have in books and stuff in my house, and I gave him to my kids, and my nine year old turns the pages a few times a year and looks the cards. Okay. You still have okay? You know? I don't I don't I don't I don't. I'm not a big collectible guy, though. I'm not a big collector. Yeah. I really don't. I I see somebody. I don't think there's BUSTER me. I wish I could get an autograph add to my collection. I just not me. I'm not I'm not I'd rather. I'd rather actually have a moment and talk to the guy and have that memory than than have something concrete. Like, can I got it? I've got it here. All right. I'm embarrassed to say this. But my Spencer in the fifth grade have all the students right there little autobiography and this just happened the other night. So you know, you write down what you've done in your life on things you've done by blah. So we have a picture courtesy of mardi Larry of BUSTER signing something for Spencer. So there you go. That's in the book Marty, you know, at least he's gonna go up is not going away. And then the irony of that the irony, and then you have an autograph of a guy that you're always ripping. I'm not always ripping me hit. Well, Marty did it. My fingerprints are on BUSTER. But so mardi goes, what's what's up? You wanna? Is this your mardi? Now. I started and I can't do it. I can't do them. So anyway, so Marty walks is more of a utility guy from me. For me again. So I gotta give mardi crack. I have BUSTER Posey instances autobiography, hey, by the way, speaking speaking of giants hot first giants legit rumor, I believe of the offseason. So we got that for you. And we also have an as rumor believe it or not so kind of two interesting ones. But by the way, we'll have that free on the other side. And I'll give you a will. Also, I'll give you pretty good determination, whether the warriors are in long term with Draymond. Yeah. He's a real. Now, they got three reasons to hold through this eternal and our football coming in our picture coming by half a game. Ask kicked right now. Half the. Where's too short? We're having to short today. Now, I'm sure that do this t shirt can't come to the mic says instead of to share we have a contest sports Bjarne. Alaska Airlines is sending a lucky listener. And their guests to Seattle to see the Reagan gold, take take on the blue and green two teams in the NFC west intent on Sunday, December the second when they head to Santa Clara to see the blue and green take on the red and gold at home on Sunday. December sixteenth so two games. Basically one in Seattle one in Santa Clara. And we're qualifying one person per hour during our show all week long. And when you hear the sounder and a can take number nine four one five eight nine six Cam Bjarne, then November the twenty-first we will we will take all the people who qualified for throughout the week in announce the winner on that's next Wednesday, November the twenty-first good luck to everybody. When you hear that sound or bang, the number four one five eight nine six K N B R, Gary and Larry on KNB are six eighty. The sports leader..

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"patrick yes" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on WTVN

"It is isn't it? Great bacteria. That's theoretically, though, George because a lotta yoga's pasteurize. Of course that destroys the cultures. And then allow your has is very sweet because we don't like it as a culture, we tend to like, we don't like the bitter or acidic taste of yogurt. So you ever companies will sweeten it? So if you can get plain old yogurt. It's not sweetened and says it has live cultures on there. You want to look for the words live cultures. It could be a wonderful food incredible food. I've you gotta have beer, okay. With dairy some people can't do yogurt because dairy issues, but assuming that's not the case. It's a wonderful food and goat yogurt is the best is the healthiest kind yogurt if you can find organic goat yogurt got Patrick and San Francisco. Hi, patrick. Hey, patrick. Yeah. Hi, georgia. Ben, I was wondering about the long term effects of the high blood pressure medications like the diabetics and a beta blocker there. I know that they they they deplete magnesium and potassium like that. But awful. Yeah. They're awful drugs. Diuretics are supposedly more benign there the first line if they're happy for hypertension, but you'll lose your potassium and your museum and your calcium, which are very important for blood pressure. How ironic is that the drugs they give you for blood pressure caused you to lose nutrients that are important for. Blood pressure. And the beta blockers are probably it's hard to say the most hideous class of drugs. But the beta blockers are in the argument, they're a case could seriously be made for the betablockers as being the most horrible drugs there are, but there's lots of drugs. So they're just in the argument in the discussion and their best weaned off of as soon as you can if you have to be on motto per law. You can tell because they and oh L O L funny story about the betablockers when we when I was in pharmacy school the first data of blocker came out. And it was up. We got to see a movie about how he's gonna revolutionize cardiovascular health and the movie was an hour long. And the first fifteen minutes was about how incredible. This new beta blocker class of drugs was going to be for heart disease in the last forty five minutes of the movie with some lady reading the side effects of call them of the movie three quarters of the movie with some lady reading the side effects, and that was propranolol Inderal which was the first of the beta blockers, but they're just they're just absolutely terrible. Terrible drugs. Ben co Q. Ten how important critical absolutely critical. It's part of how sell make energy I especially important for the hearts and stand drugs, by the way will deplete your body of co Q ten so if you wanna stand drug make sure you're taking co Q ten, but you may need the co Q ten is what you need more than the statin drug anyway cooking has not just important for the heart though. It's important for all of the body deliver for talks with occasion for the skin. I use topically in my skin care formulations. It's just really unbelievably valuable berry in rock hill, South Carolina. Hey, bear hope you're well. Hello there. I certainly I am George in what a pleasure. It is speak to you as always. Got a couple of good questions for being a comment. I just wanted to say, how do you? And and gosh knows day you just a thrifty coast. And I mean, you really get get to the point. And you get some great gas. Thank you. Anyway. I'm a biochemist without a PHD is yours in time. You know, you are PHD without without a PHD, but you like, biochemistry I you have an appreciation for biochemistry. Oh, yeah. I'm the same way. I know exactly what you're talking. You must love what I'm talking about here today. Yeah. Ours up in Cambridge your major in and a pharmaceutical salesman for twenty years, and I know fair amount about anyway, my comment is. Yeah. I think you said. Terrible tragedy and Chavis. Eight that marijuana is listed with heroin opium morphine. Yeah. As scheduled their class war on narcotic terrible. I grew percent answering or Nixon wherever responsible for that. Anyway. Yeah. That's my comment on that. And and and what do you think about these new THC and see db or extract from marijuana SAD be I've tried because it's legal here in South Carolina. Well, he loves it. He talked about it a little bit. But go ahead of CBD. And and you and Jeff he's got a whole bunch of CBD products. Come out. I've been studying CBD's the night or Endo canal, the canal family, the family is family of molecules found not just in the marijuana plant or the hemp plant, but sound of the human body. It's found in bacteria found in trees. It's him in various herbs. It's just unbelievable. Valuable molecule, and the fact is that the marijuana plant in the hemp plant, which are from the same family or packed with these cabinet always one of which is CBD. Cabot dials what it stands for and this CBD. I am telling you, I you know, I cannot possibly emphasize how valuable this molecule is for seizure disorders, and diabetes, and inflammation and lowering your cortisol and reducing pain and the digestive system, and as an antioxidant, and I mean, it's almost endless the benefits you get from this molecule, this CBD molecule, and guess what George and and for my biochemistry, and you're gonna love this you get your own you make your own CBD, you make your own your body makes your own cabinet always from essential fatty acids from the ultimate EFA's, and you should know often know that deficiencies are very common. A lot of people don't make enough Canaveral is because they're not getting their ultimate they're essential fatty acids. So if you had any of these kinds of health challenges definitely want. Get on the ultimate EFA's and help your body. Make these next up Brent is in Wisconsin. Hey, Brent, go ahead, sir in Madison, Wisconsin. And and thank you very much. Mr nori. Thank you very much. Dr fuchs. I what I want to ask you, I personally have extracted CBD's. And and and now the benefits I I've given them to epilepsy patients, and I've given them to cancer patients my own mother who who who died. Fortunately. But like she did very well. But what I really want to ask you is what do you think about the the treatment of PTSD with suicide? That's great. You know, suicide is a mushroom. We were talking about mushrooms early therapist, by the way. Hey, Brian, are you therapist Brent well dot net. Clinically. But like, I'm kind of an offshoot therapist. Well, so suicide is very interesting. It's a fun. It's a excretion from fungus, and it's being used for treat cancer patients and for patients who are dying and for PTSD, anxiety issues, and depression and anything that comes from nature. I'm the grows out of the ground like that. I tend to I'm fond of those kinds of molecules, but PTSD, I don't like drugging the body to deal with emotional issues. And so while maybe beneficial, I don't have PTSD. So I can't say if somebody can benefit from it. That's great. But PTSD, I prefer people use relaxation strategies. I like people to be self contained as possible for these emotional kinds of issues and PTSD in my opinion can be handled with things like deep breathing slow deep. Rhythmic breathing muscle, relaxation strategies, hot Baz, massages, mental and digital strategies. And and we didn't talk about that today. But there's a whole spiritual and the mental and the emotional dimensions of health and wellness are very important to address. Obviously for PTSD, anxiety and mental health issues. But also, physical health issues focusing on those directions is is where I prefer to go. But if I you know, if somebody gets relief from suicide and go more more power to them next stop. Let's go to Leonard in Raleigh North Carolina, east of the Rockies, Leonard. I trust your okay after the hurricane. Yes. Great. Thank you. Hi, how you doing? Hey, Leonard doing good. Great. I'm fifty three. Oh male blood pressure medicine for awhile. I'll take a hundred milligrams about twenty five milligrams across all and my left ankle is swollen almost a year. Now, I wanted to know what's your take on that? Well, they're slowing down your heart to take care of your blood pressure. That's one of the that's the way doctors work for the medical strategy medical model. Works is to slow down the heart to lower the blood pressure in that. Of course, it's gonna affect circulation us. He's anti hypertensive drugs. Have that kind of a fact and also when you open up the blood vessels with pharmacy with former pharmacologically, you also can have a pooling of the blood. So you want to start moving your body. That'd be the first thing. I would be doing get yourself a or mini trampoline and start jumping up and down that maybe five minutes a day. I'll have a dramatic effect. You may also want to get one of those devices where you hang upside down inversion machine. Certain virgin devices, we hang upside down that might be helpful for you as well. I'd also be concerned about your blood sugar. If it was me working on the blood sugar system because that's the major cause of hypertension as well as kidney problems, which can lead to hypertension. So get on the Swedes from Javadi, do the healthy start pack. Stay away from a problem foods, all the things that we have been talking about here for the last couple of hours or so in terms of keeping your blood sugar stable, and and that's you know, we set it so many times say Georgia's just the blood sugar system, the digestive system relaxed the body. It's simple little basic things common sense to its. Yeah. It's like back, by the way, people had called your doctor. It's pharmacists, not a doctor, doc wallich's, the dock and Ben, thanks. We'll talk to you in several weeks. Okay. Good to talk to.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"Yeah great job so wait they announced daredevil yet again is that coming back i have not heard that's the one i'm i'm kind of most interested in threes on its way season three's on while yeah yeah all right how do you know an ardo come on get your head out of your ass little heart attack little more reading the trades josh was saying you pretty much dismissing you where are you man yeah well josh almost yeah josh hope you feel happy about yourself just use your pill pill carrier that's right you got me my thank you my friend speaking of marble they have just announced who's going to play the new terminator in the new terminator movie that james cameron is doing he's not directing to military right tim miller is directing schwarzenegger's returning linda hamilton is returning and you know how had a house yeah updated ater they've just going to add this actor as the new updated terminator who is his name is gabriel luna and if you watched marvel's agents of shield you may remember he was ghost rider he was terrific but here he is that's him up there he was great in that role and i think he'll be a good terminator very intense test a man jason patric was the one the other one right no robert patrick robert patrick yeah different patrick to many fucking patrick's yeah yeah speaking of casting anson mount the actor who plays black bolt in the inhuman series on abc which i think was already canceled wasn't.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on WEEI

"Radio weei high patrick yeah you know change gear here the the celtics let's do it it a lot there's a lot of talk about that meeting another scorer m and and you know run role played okay tonight madam fine with that but the big problem with this team it comes down to transition offense and also just who's taken the shots and for for example it sometimes esteem's like they want to go and bucks spread the shots out every one other than kyrghiz sokaiya retakes many easy wants series mazy needs and everybody else has to take a weapon and honestly i think that you know jaylen brown and jason tatum need to be taking a much larger percentage of the shots especially when they're on a roll either one of them and it it just seems like sometimes they're in their groove and they just stopped going to them it's like okay now the time to go to marcus morris i'm like you know what you don't throw a bucket of hale hailing brown for marcus morris trump morris has to step aside i know what's what's been difficult to make when it comes to the celtics has yet been successful all season long ribbit when you look at their recent fourgame winning streak that they have without career reserving marcus morris and a few other uh other veteran leaders on this team it was it was jason tatum and jaylen brown interior rosier that really stepped up in carried the team but then the vets come back and they feel almost feel like okay we ought to give the vets the ball they haven't had their in tired team to sort of form this cohesive unit yet this season because they have been battling various injuries here and there i would like to see this team stay hold for thirty days and then take a look and see what they're chemistry looks like i i see where you're talking about but the reality of the nba it's not fair and you have to.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Said golden state warriors coach mike brown's son mike brown friend of the program big time his elijah brown as a starting guard for the oregon duck or a lot about that kid and as if plancius not enough parentheses grad transfer from new mexico closed for it to cease of course he had to include he's currently the nation's leading free throw shooter fifty two of fifty four 96 percent he said that calvin murphy territory poly calvin murphy tear coetzer but highs is also made thirty nine consecutive going into tomorrow and a scheme at cal and he says mike brown will probably be there tomorrow given that the games in berkeley whereas have an off day in friday's in sacramento come and strong with laughter the all types is almost like it hit me again patrick yeah you've got pretty that's an i mean i mean listen i is there john candy well up to i think my ground beats a i do oh wow to go ahead thatcher you've got chaos although amazing his son can shoot free throws in innkeeper's concentration when his dad's life like that oh after a fakhri how can you how can you shoot ninety six percent for the.

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"patrick yes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"patrick yes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The sinatra and saturday so there now before we go any further let me address the yet kevin spacey bobby darren problem the first group of listeners who wrote were were all sure it was bobby tower and then comes a massacre of these beginning with this is just so inglorious a quick ari kate mcgarry dag dag you got me she wrote mcgarry with the great ear and let me she with this guy too oh that said and another subject patrick yeah you sure as hell fool me really uncanny how much like bobby darren kevin spacey managed to stand this is from lawrence happening i believe that would be the pronunciation thank you sir other sweet cut the mall this is from the megan stein s t i n e uh at the tony's in but he we both agreed space he didn't swing anywhere as much as tara one more funding if you this the smith beckman that one new okay.

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