17 Burst results for "Paxon"

"paxon" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

09:07 min | 9 months ago

"paxon" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"That ice and that's why I thought I I you know what Paxon at eight thirty I'll have to ask him because I wanted to see if that was a set play because it sure looked like it's a great play by Michael you know to do what he does the has the pockets drive into the net and he basically draws to players the one guy on him and then Zach will reign ski actually if you go back and look we're in ski looks over his left shoulder because all of us in is there right but then rescue focuses so much on I call it looks like is Michael going to beat the guy why he's going to the net is going to get a back and also Arensky now has to look at Eichel and instead Michael spins and has this beautiful drop pastor Victor Olson who's wide open for the goal it was a beautiful play I mean I goal is so there's so many things he does well thou there so many things you can appreciate it's not just his ability to have a one man rush up the ice and his shot and his ability to score but it is his passing that was a fantastic place and how many times do you see I go with the puck over time five and five doesn't matter the end and even all of his power play goal was the same thing Michael draws the attention of multiple players which is leaving other guys in open spots and he's able to set them up Jack Eichel now after last night is six than the NHL in goals with thirty two he is fourteenth in the NHL in assists with forty one he is six in overall points with seventy three in fifty seven games he's got seventy three points on this team which is a step of sensibly a one line team like you know if there's if there's one player and one line your top pairing your shut down forwards whatever you are going to do everything in our power to stop the alkaline and yet he still has seventy three points in fifty seven games that the play he made on the all of sin one timer was a really nice play like so you know they're in their usual spot right I call on the on the left in Olson on the right and you know Olson is looking for the one timer but the the cross ice pass through the middle of the box wasn't there so he moves over so he moves over yes right so he created this right it was like a it's like a shooter in basketball creating your shot right what he did was if I read read way out to another area yeah in in in because he's Eichel he's gonna draw little attention and that's what happened so he's got it and he realizes he can't get it through so he stick camels he moved out he comes back to his right and towards the middle of the ice not only does his guy come out and follow him but then the guy who's in the who could cut off the pass in the middle he's pulled away and now boom that's all of central happen over time too by the way he had he had to follow the rest I will rescue yeah yeah hearts watch that's right he watches him he does yeah nobody goes to Olson because it's Jack Eichel right right in what he supposed to do yeah yeah and and number the time what what game was it was it I don't remember the Canadians maybe I don't remember this year like three different guy stood there watching him because they thought he was gonna pass it he's like okay I'll just shoot short sighted score then and the goalie too so I mean like Michael is still you know he's the goalie doesn't get over in time to stop Olson's one timer because he's still thinking I could shoot from out hi so that's the thing not only is Michael pulling guys out and opening up the passing lane for almost in but he's also keeping the goalie basically in the middle of the night you can't cheat to his left because he's got to respect the fact that I go might shoot from out top and by the time the past goes over all of send their guy can't get the left post boom one timer goal it was it was really a nice play and I you know I I just think there are as I said it's too bad I know we've we've gone over this all season long that you know you have in this great season for Michael and you know it's it's not good amount to a playoff berth in all likelihood but it's just there it's sausage an amazing thing we spent yesterday cell talking about our favorite players at the two thousand and we brought up guys like Briere and people were in a fit again off Drury some of these players Vanik these towns often suppliers and I'm thinking somewhat prayers in the building last night some of these guys have to be in the building last night watching this game and think and while the cycle kid to something else right how many thought man if we if you had it yeah right we can I thought about a guy like this right I thought honestly right I mean they won the presidents trophy that's right but I mean like even eventually like what do you like with that lay with a guy like that right in right in what he could do so I'm looking ahead the next time the scene plays this Sunday at home against the maple Leafs and really the only chance I think they have a making the playoffs is the catch the maple Leafs police have sixty eight points the Sabres have sixty it's still early Sunday that well that's what you sent us the next time out there so I wasn't so here's the thing let me ask you let's say this to win that game they get to six yep the next game on the schedule the senators do you start to at least get yourself to a spot where yeah no not me okay maybe yeah maybe I don't know I don't either but six with the senators coming up with a pot then I start to think about it could get to for you you start to think about that he could get to four but you do have other teams in there but yeah I don't know like you said it you have to rip off a really nice you'd have to rip off the stretch of games that we were talking about coming out of the break like when we when we look at the schedule and thought okay they have nine out of ten out of the buy in out of the all star game they have nine out of ten at home and we're sitting here talking about okay that's twenty points you got to get at least sixteen you know like it like when they began the season eight one in one you needed that in this stretch in it didn't start well with you know Ottawa and Montreal and they were covered a little bit but there's still so much ground to cover like you said the wild card is stuff because there's so many teams involved and it's entirely possible the metropolitan gets both while Kerr right yeah right now right now both of them are there at seventy one point I mean so you lied and said the eight it's more likely are behind the two wild card teams around they would be in as the third right the Outlander division team but you still do have the Florida Montreal problem ahead of you in the division by the way yeah it's not just the leaves of the leaves the Sabres were to catch a lease also two other teams could so yeah you know but I'm just wondering like that is there a point where you go I mean I was should we start thinking about this site I'm not there I'm not real even if they were to get those two wins I think we're probably looking for Montreal maybe even leapfrogging believes anywhere at least closing that gap importers only two points and they may be they may in the meantime they played one less game they may in the meantime even pass the least that happens yeah that's I I haven't given enough thought because I figured you know when the homestead opened up the way they did I looked at the market twenty with the yesterday even thought about yesterday there were twenty five games left in our thinking they had they would have to win probably twenty games I mean you'd be you'd be talkin what is what I didn't do the math yet today because I haven't really thought about this until you brought it up like sixty eight projected out is what like they've still prior to get the mid to upper nineties I don't know last month so you you'd be looking at like twenty wins at the rest of the season which to me is is a pipe dream and the trade deadline is what two weeks from today a week from Monday Monday ceremony for the twenty fourth yes the twentieth right twenty forty fourth yeah week from a somebody from yeah I mean between now and Monday that trade deadline day they have one two three eight four days a four game save Sunday this coming week Sunday against the leaves this weekend Tuesday against at the senators that is scheduled to open up a little bit they the penguins the jets the ABS and the nights but up into the jets games the last one before the trade deadline yeah so what we'll see we'll see how do I I'm not no I haven't really thought about it but it's in the meantime it is it was nice the oldest and come back and score a couple goals last night pick up right where you left off in who get himself if he didn't if you did drop out of the Calder discussion because he missed fifteen games he's going to get himself right back in the discussion think so too and I don't think his competition is Steve right Steve right now right recalled he's right there in the mix car yeah I think that's that's really hard right use and maybe Dominic Cooper leak from the black hawks but he got off to a slow start this year but he only recently started picking up he was the rookie of the month last month in but I mean he leads all rookies in scoring just because all of sudden wasn't able to play so I think his does it very well yes I would I think so yeah health I I think he should be in the top three anyway I'm right he's probably not going to win it's probably gonna be probably calma car just because he's been so dynamic for that avalanche blue line this year so I would think it's Bacar then I would think it's all said and then Quinn Hughes all right it's Friday you made it happy Saint Valentine's day an hour doesn't believe me that people call it Valentine's day I tweeted out that we all have someone in our lives a call the Valentine's day Billy Graham a lots of people are never heard that yes maybe that's in upstate New York thing I don't and I don't know what it is downstate we can't even pronounce Valentine's day Babbitt well guys day you know so they sent in Brooklyn yeah okay so and it's really cold out of like five degrees outside.

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"paxon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"paxon" Discussed on KTRH

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"paxon" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"paxon" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"We really appreciate you listening to this. Podcast want to learn more about you. Please take a minute to visit pod thoughts dot com and tell us about yourself. Pods dot com is a short survey that lets us know what you like about podcasts where you listen and what you want more of so visit pod thoughts dot com and help us learn more about you. Thanks for the first episode of engineering big ideas. Yes we visit nikola motor company to learn how they discovered and developed an idea with the power to change transportation as we know it visit mazar dot com slash empowering cowering innovation to watch the episode now in this episode of boss files a c._n._n. Special documentary report we take you inside. The rise is of amazon understand the mission and the man behind it. All where is jeff bezos taking amazon next in this special boss files episode assode. I speak with margaret vest ear the e._u.'s commissioner for competition on the heels of the antitrust pro. She's just launched what we are looking into. Oh you know really hard is to fully understand the role of data on the road of accumulating a lot of data because one of the things that we look into in the amazon case. It's not sort of the individual data coming from the individual retailer on the amazon platform. It is what you can learn when you get the enormous amounts of data from all the retailers coming in and what kind of paxon that will <hes> give amazon compared to what the individual joel selleck and see if that leads to some kind of cherry picking. You can say you can find our c._n._n. Documentary the age of amazon on c._n._n. Go now. Here's my conversation with the european commission's top antitrust official marguerite best year commissioner arrested are thank you so much for joining joining me to be with you. Thank you very much for having me so the washington post calls you. The world's toughest big tech regulator and silicon valley's top nemesis across the pond. Is that about right well. I know what you're right. They right but you know this is what comes to my job <hes> because we're here to make sure that the mock it serves the consumer and the other ray round looking at big tech in the united states all of these huge companies apple amazon google facebook there air in the midst of this top to bottom you know sweeping antitrust probe led by congress the d._o._j. The f._t._c. what level of scrutiny take these companies be prepared for well. The thing is that we really like success. <hes> one of the reasons why these companies <hes> doing good business in europe is because because they're very successful europeans really love them. They love the services they'd have the way they do business but they also rely on the businesses to do that. By the book gino competes on the marriage empowering ovation <hes> do what we need in order to have a vibrant marketplace and i think in when you get the doubts and you get the complaints and you get the second sought then we are obliged as law enforcers to have investigations and to make them you know thoroughly as we should. What do you think the number one question is. That lawmakers in the u._s. should be asking these companies right now well now. I don't know because my colleagues they do that. Y'all in their way and as you can see here in europe. I'm busy enough doing my own day job. Instead instead of getting it giving advice to other people but what we are looking into you know really hard is to fully understand the role of data and the road accumulating a lot of data because one of the things that we look into the amazon case. It's not sort of the individual data coming from the individual retailer taylor on the amazon platform. It is what you can learn when you get the enormous amounts of data from all the retailers coming in and what kind of batson and that will give amazon compared to what the individual seldom see if that leads to some kind of cherry picking you can say so it is is the data side of of our economy that everyone around the globe is trying to understand right now. Congressman david cicilline who's leading the houses probe of these companies on on the antitrust front had said to essentially america's dropped the ball on this that we've been way behind europe on this charge. Would you agree at least to an extent while you know so so far. We've got one two three google cases. <hes> we've had two first amazon case in that we settled it was an on e books to allow for more innovation for competition so in that respect yes we have been doing quite a number of cases and we have learned a lot from those cases and of course was the necessary waivers. We more than happy to work with our u._s. Colleagues the d._o._j. And the f._t._c. because two very lost degree. We have value base. That's a similar even though to some degree. We have different regulation. You have just announced a formal antitrust probe probe of amazon why well for two reasons one thing is we want to look into the contractual agreements <hes> and second we want to look into into the buy books <hes> because basically amazon is the only one who knows how and who gets into the bible and that we want to investigate further and we have a lot of data on board already. We've been asking <hes> fifteen hundred retailers. We've been asking in the marketplace. How do you you see this what is going on here and in in the analysis of those data that we get sufficient doubts to start asking also four for many questions as to how amazon is doing business in those two respects of their contracts and the bible's amazon's part. Let me just read what they have said. In response bonds we will cooperate fully with european commissioning continue to work hard to support businesses of all sizes and to help them grow. I i'm interested in what it is his most specifically that concerns you about amazon or commissioner. If there was one action or one complaint perhaps that sparked this probe initially for you well we looked into ecommerce a couple of years ago and that produced a number of cases with with a number of companies knees and one of the things that kept coming back to us was people's they were concerned about the dual role where on the one hand side you hosts retailers us and you give them a chance of doing e commerce even though they may primarily be a sort of big and mortar kind of business while at the same time are you're a competitor to those businesses and that has caused some concern into fully understanding well. Is this for real you that you hostess or we hosted by you because you want to cherry pick when you get all the data from how we do our business and not not concern has been there for quite some time and then we started our initial pro and from that initial propane all the data that we have gotten on board we found well there is there's there are no sufficient grounds for us also formerly to open a case of course we do that without prejudice and we're very happy with how amazon purchase and and then of course we'll see what comes of the case jeff wilkie the ceo of consumer for amazon when i asked him directly you know does amazon give priority to private label search for example over other smaller competitors the little guys is you call them. He said to me we prioritize things that customers want and then this week on capitol hill a member of congress asked asked another amazon executive about that and the data that they get from the little is from the other retailers that sell on the amazon marketplace and he said we do not use individual data when we are making decisions to launch private brands but you still have questions about this why you know. I think it's kind of worked for people in my position that we don't take what you say for granted. We really want to see the evidence that it is. She told me and that kind of evidence of of course comes from investigating it comes from analyzing the data because it's not necessarily sort of data from from one spore oh retailer from one little guy it may be the inside you get from all the data have all the small guys because amazon would be the only one who has access to that sort of full data sets and that of course is the one that we would like to look into and second of course well. Lots of people would want to sell what people wants only allison so of course we would like to see well. How does this jewish relationship work that you both a host and a competitor bitter and that is the key question here. Has the commission received any formal complaints about amazon. We've had quite a number of concerned certain people coming to us. We have no formal complaint. Okay so let let's talk about size and bigness first off. Simply put is amazon and monopoly in your view well in in some european markets in what they do. They may be as we call it. In europe be dominant and that for for us is the key to how we deal with antitrust because you're more than welcome to be successful and become a dominant and company but if you are a dominant company you get special responsibility <hes> to make sure that you still sort of exercise your size and you muscle in a way that is compatible with competition. <hes> be successful. That's not what we question but we question chian how you may use your success if you still make room for the little guy for the smaller ones who compete on the merits and also tried to do their best to meet customers sneeze i kept hearing commissioner over and over again from amazon executive after amazon executive every amazon executive i i talked to said to me. We are one percent of global retail sales. We are a small fraction of global retail sales that may be the case but in the united states there are fifty percent of e commerce retail sales. What is your response when you hear that well retail as such. It's not just one big thing. Retail retail is a lot of different things. An ecommerce in particular is a specific thing because the business model is different <hes> the delivery and and how things are bundled together <hes> in how you can look for an offer how you can buy it and how he can have it delivered so you cannot just compare retail as such and e commerce and the different ways of doing e commerce and of course we will be very regular because we will have to prove that amazon is dominant in the markets that we're looking at because otherwise we don't have a case more from our c._n._n. Special documentary report on amazon after the break and it's one thing to have a big idea but how do you bring it to life simple you engineer it. Join me grant imahara for engineering big ideas in this four part series bull journey through the innovation process from discovery to design to manufacture in our first. 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"paxon" Discussed on The Yardwork

The Yardwork

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on The Yardwork

"All right. So this is regarding Paxon knows jump back to the Yankees. So, you know, obviously, I think it was a big trade for the ankles. Personally. I like the trade. I think, you know, dumping Justice Sheffield for Paxon definitely no vet has proven himself in the Yankees need. But now with getting Paxton do think this is going to make it easier harder to acquire kluber do think that kluber still in our sites or is this a way for Kashmir to kind of compensate does not get include her. Never gonna be an ideal thought NPR. Arjun bras. Along with maybe a horrible cake. I don't think Sheffield cable kicks way anything. And in terms of the train, obviously young really liked it. I love it. I mean, it's very high risk. Yeah. Definitely because because of the injury risk and all that. But the good news is that none of the injuries early curious. Just history of just getting these lack strain on poll stuff and ours is reimbursed. Reimbursed decides that when he held the top two, gene baseball stuff and all numbers purple numbers. Give us the real human. I kind of need. The free market twenty eighteen with not it's not very big. It's very passer. Corporate douse pike rights. You other guys charge more than in there. And then the trademark can't you have a guy like Bumgarner who they say is available. But no that's were very Detroit's Corey kluber kings rash of what's right guy. Who can be an ace. But you're going to get one prospect to get him. I kick that gamble, and he's not gonna cost you anything on the payroll still arbitrate knows much years. So it's not like. The most higher higher on high-risk shut you up your number one tissue foster actually turns into something bigger and higher iris. Also that called attached never figured that it injuries. Never lawsuit hangs Caroline on the pitch. And all that with the bet you find the time out rough here where? Mushrooms union could be a humongous spec. Casual usually have the best I four trading for starting veterans. Trade for don't do. So. Well. Y'all, but you gambling for sure I like the gamble is willing. I like how you bring up, you know, some of his nagging injuries in the past because doctor told him a couple of buddies about this yesterday. And I think you're hundred percent, right. That he has had some problems in the past of sidelined him. This nothing crazy like as a pitcher like of obviously, you know, some elbow problems or the worst thing to have. And I think that, you know, nothing's too serious for Paxton that he's seen, and if you stay healthy, and I think he's really gonna pay off and like I said high risk reward. I like getting a season vet some who can prove himself with who's proved himself rookie who have no idea how he's gonna perform. Yeah. I mean, it's not even elbow issues. That would give me probably because it's almost favorites. You get again right now from regards Tommy, John as you haven't again true of all the work. If it's worth shoulder. He'd never had a shoulder injury. And that's the one. That's here's me lingers. You'd never really get rid of crazy back Kershaw. Right. Had those. So the word flags there. But they're not the biggest red flag. Like, I I think he'll chooses dialects your beer. So I. Plot rare. But here I am today. I think tasha the river for sure. There's more to come definitely work. I'm very optimistic or yoga. We're talking about before. I mean, Canadian guy hit the bald eagle flying him last year. I think it's pretty good. Yes. For me to as much as I hate to say, I think is a great move for the Yankees, the Yankees, in my opinion. Sure your degree hubs are kind of win now mentality. And so I'll be able to contribute to the club for another two three years..

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"paxon" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"Of this livestream has not yet lifted lifts two hours from now oh i know but i will if you're watching like it can't that's boggled i know but we can talk about our impressions from paxon's and all that goodness and three so we will and we actually have some b roll of science let's go ahead and throw it up there so we can show showed off in actions are footage from packs oilers yeah it's really ginning the game give me a break it's right in the beginning of the game but yeah so this is wolfenstein two running on switch and it's exactly what you would expect to play on the ps four the xbox of the pc with some minor adjustments maybe not minor but some pretty radical adjustments to resolution and all that stuff just to get it to run on switch but from what i played it at e three and packs it feels nearly identical to how it plays on other consoles pc as ps four xbox thirty frames as well so it's not right that dramatic on pc you can go as fast or your system can handle but if you're if you're coming from four xbox one that's not that big a difference in performance it's just that blur and it's just like with doom which was i thought it was a competent port but you know they have to sacrifice some of the visual clarity and like it dynamic adjusts the resolution to right right swimming this game does that too will panic button handled import for this and they also did doom so a lot of what you see in wolfenstein is probably very similar to how doom works and so what i noticed from the three billed as well off of wolfenstein is that they took a lot of the updates that they've been adding doom things like motion controls like enhancements to how the resolution adjusts and different lighting affects particle affects and they're all present in this build of wolfenstein or in the bill of sign you know i think that it's looking great and honestly if you've never played wolfenstein before and you have an incentive switch this would be.

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"paxon" Discussed on Rose Buddies

Rose Buddies

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on Rose Buddies

"Supercar supercar yeah polices loses supercar palooza i think is what it's called and i do that one in the ocean if you've never been to three and you're not in the industry do not go it is not made really for enthusiasts because you usually will i've watched people wait rush the line for the new mario game that came out last year to wait in line at that booth they get their and our three hundred in line and they spend their whole day waiting in line to play mario game which is like if that's your jam do not mean to shame you but it seems like a lot of work to play the market for how long you get to play those games oh yeah usually begins a program to end like the demo will just like shut off after ten minutes so that it's kind of rough there are other shows like paxon's much better suited for fans but even if you don't go you can still watch the big press conferences to like see the announcements in real time sometimes every few years ago they'll also be like a new console cycle starting like oh we had playstation three guess what we got now playstation four yeah it's is position and things get really really wild then because there's a big land grab from all the publishers and all the developers trying to be the killer killer app on this new thing that appears so things just like it whipped up into a frenzy i don't think this is going to be one of those years but it's still really exciting when that happens i think in one thousand nine hundred eight when sega was still a big player right they still have the genesis had just come out and they were like we wanna see what we got next it's going to blow your fucking mind do you know about this i don't think so they announced their next console which was the sega saturn which you may not have heard of because failed miserably but.

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"paxon" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Should not have been up they're like hey you have like three other jobs to do she was waiting tables she was checking on in on the liquor stock and also dancing that's too many fish to fry now the dj was pretty miserable and we got it i can't imagine the songs that he's playing we've course couldn't hear them because of some sort of copyright issue i'm sure what do you think are the kind of amuse would kinda music do you think they play at club platinum you know it's funny there's a shot towards the end of the episode after the after the makeover and taffer has given them that he always like does a run down like all the products that he's put in there and it's like huge product placement section of the show but he got them that like what was it called like the orange door entertainment system and you could actually see the screen for one split second and all they saw was a bunch of beck songs okay i guess this guy is play their dancing to lose which i guess seems pretty appropriate yeah i don't know it's i could also just see like i mean maybe it was a rights issue they weren't playing songs but also maybe they just can't afford good song there so just like you know they're just dancing to like knock off versions of of better songs it struck me as kind of like when you go to a bad karaoke bar and they don't be original version they just sort of have some knockoff version that's what struck me like you're gonna go you're gonna hear a lady gaga ish some but not necessarily by lady gaga and now the barten the bartender definitely looked like he needed to be on speed because he's quite slow do you get the feeling that he was really dealing with like a full bar stock bar or was like bottles of that were filled with water and rubbing alcohol.

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"paxon" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"I wonder if she still married and she also has a bunch of kids but i have to tell you that i kind of one i definitely one that bridal dance off when we got kind of into an argument in the bathroom like right by the stalls listen i i one i don't know what can i tell you i don't know what happened to her but i'd like to track her down this weekend i watched the long island him she's been having these two hour episodes and it's a short season and i'm kind of getting annoyed because she's keeps talking about our personal life she's going through a separation and probably a divorce with larry which i feel bad about but i'm really here just to listen to the readings i don't really need to know update on how you're feeling about your divorce larry's living in california and they just will you know interview him and have shots of walking their dog i don't know it's just like feel like it's not really any my business project to say find it interesting that sometimes when you're watching that show and evidently feel like the message that the person's receive is meant for you i know people sometimes people like okay these medium shows are ridiculous but i was on the elliptical and she was reading someone who had a loved one keep secret that they had cancer which happened to me my one of my best friends from college ca cancer about two years ago and passed away i had no idea should cancer she kept it a secret she basically died of sepsis in the hospital right as she was leaving the hospital she got subsystem died so i'm on the elliptical granite again i'm almost seven months pregnant some emotional but i felt like the reading was for me i swear and i was crying my eyes off.

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"paxon" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"I mean chris is a great actor but he just kinda was a tinge on the serious side a gas and ya um i mean there was even a scene in the in the original which they change later to be was differs mom where if you remember like finches like going tantric the whole time be up yep and he so he so he ends up unleashing on stiff was mom at the end of the film who but in the original draft he was like in a meditation thing and hence dealers deadly gay buddy you got lucid up gives them a rubbing he on lo let's and so you can imagine like with an actor playing it i guess to series i dunno where the discord was but it just didn't work no sometimes on paper an idea looks great and then you know those talented of actors but i am dozen put him saying like you know not many people could be stiff floor as sharm williams scott was and and and that's why i again equated to like the first choice with with bill paxon as chat like he embodied that sort of like can say asshole things and it be really like funny and somehow weirdly endearing you put it in like like me if i played that role her it would just be all sorts of raw i have a little bit too much like i don't know my i got like by leftfooted drama am i right foot has just sorta tolling the water a comedy select certain kinds of comedy worked for me but not those it's yeah it's it's definitely add as as the fsb and i can i can see where that would be problematic for a lot of act i just put it this way there was a there was a moment on american reunion whom.

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"paxon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pizza with the release of the beatles anthology three just a week away was anticipated that the total beatles album sales ninety six would exceed twenty million abortion forty one percent of sales were two teenagers who were not born when the beatles officially called it quits in 1970s and speaking of the beatles in two thousand eight a homeless man claimed the 2500 dollar award by returning a waxwork head but paxon beatle sir paul mccartney had been left on a train homeless man thought it was a halloween maschen had been using it as a pillow before realising what it was the wax models sold the following week for seven thousand dollars at auction and this week in music history 1963 bob dylan recorded the times they are a change in colombia recording studios in new york city he oh girl accepted that you the would they any of this swimming thinker ooh jio again and don't speak to you soon uh that we use billions no name news.

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"paxon" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on USA Today

"So i get why they do that for a lot of the audience um but i hope they don't overdo it i think it's something to to to go you know i think people will spent so much time just so much money and time on these pilots did they feel like they have like any agents a shield has to like you know has to really get drive home the fatty yes were connected to the marvel movies you love and this it's kind of there was a lot of kinda like oh yes you know we have poison ivy this is the batman show where they could be like less list annoying about it i mean a you know they they could could do it over matter of a few episodes put relearn episode two or three don't get the kid poison ivy until six um was not even namely is the i don't think which is kind of stymied pepper which is now yeah but i it but i think a year it's i think he's just the tv landscape people gotta hit with this you know the guy they got ahead with that first episode to get the viewers it's so important forum so i i get it on that matter but just as a as a tv viewers the fan rings in all think to me so one episode in or a riyal sticking around to to watch how this all developed julia yeah i definitely want to come back because i think you know pilots really hard like rightly saying and so there is definitely an opportunity as a show progresses for it to find it the voice and i think that's really where we gotta figure out if it's an arrow or if it's an agents of shield no no i still watch agent i said still do to china and india but they learn to i think they did their their half of the first half of this the first he's look terrible so absolutely terrible but and we go they were connected to the movie though so win win shoe goes down in hyderabad buildup of the sudden and hadn't bill paxon helped that show actually got good for the last half of the half of his first season the first the first episode back in then at that aired on this week really quite quite good impressed yeah i mean they're absorbing i mean i i i heard.

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"paxon" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"And they all yes europe retreat i know i know you think that you've been saying it over and over again on your radio show so she knew that however there was one actor after it was built bill paxon and i try i tried to get him about that no not at all not and these are wonderful actor true true lies and even like some of his best roles i think we're a towards the end like he was really right you use a one of like he was taken away is a great actor and great guy however i wrote a really bad review of his form we called the dark backwards when the first movies ever review that's not a good move so i so i i offered him a role in the in the movie i may called the the contender and he said well let's talk about it you know the aging calls he wants to talk to you about a meet him at the peninsula hotel at nine am for breakfast i go to the peninsula hotel and bills there and he's already edens breakfast he's bitter and he said hey how you doing i go great you read new center and i sat down and he said to me so i remember what you said about the dark backward he said you said that hey if they can take it away someone's driver's license for bad driving why can't take a sad hardaway who bad acting and he said i just wanted to meet with you to tell you to go fuck yourself so gay he gets up and he gets up any leaves and i'm and i'm sitting there and the way to overcoming says here's the bill sir which you say came over man well i will say this now.

"paxon" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on USA Today

"To the marvel movie you love and this is kind of there was a lot of kinda like oh yes you know we have poison ivy this is the batman show where they could be like less list annoying about it i mean a you know they they could dig could dude over matter of a few episodes put relearn episode two or three don't get the kid poison ivy until six um who's not even namely is the i don't think which is kind of ninety pepper which is deadly yet though now yeah but i but i think a year it's i think he's just the tv landscape people got a hit with this you know the guy they got hit with that first episode to get the viewers it's so important form so i i get it on that matter but just as a as a tv you're the fan rings in our thank to me so one episode in or are we all sticking around to to watch how this all developed julia yeah i definitely want to come back because they think you know pilots really hard like rightly saying and so there's definitely an opportunity the as a show progresses for it to find it to voice and i think that's really where we're going to figure out if it's an arrow or if it's agents of shield i still watch agency i should i still do too i am i any but they learn to i think they did their their half of the first half of that's the first he's with terrible so absolutely terrible but added we yo they were connected to the movie though so went windshield goes down in hyderabad builds up of the sudden and hadn't bill paxon helped that show actually got good for the last half of the half of his first season the first the first episode back in then at that aired on this week really quite quite good guy impressed yeah i mean they're absorbing i mean i i you know the i i heard that they were doing absorb them and i was like oh jesus you know they're gonna they're in a screw that went up no it was quite good is probably.

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"paxon" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"I was just the area of unac landmines the vast majority of tornadoes happened so kansas yet on a very or isn't it okay i didn't and so was the votes as the wizard of oz and needs but so twisted it a lot the film twisted it a lot for tornado pr didn't it yeah that was the big moment really i think my says this is why tornadochasers first picks up on the idea and they did loads of research and they got ready info with the in a government weather systems team whatever that code the noaa i think and they had lots of scientists on both the film and bill paxon got really into it granted he did documentary after about tornadoes i think but there was a really sweet moment early this year because he died in february and that this thing called the sponsor network which is this online network the old tornadochasers iran and so the sports network gives that gps location for where it the phones owner is and so all these tornadochasers lined up and spelled out the initials bp up tornado ali and it was the prerogative yeah grope harksen shows but it was huge those looking i was looking at the initials and be which we using it and they're all these little a green dots for wet all the tornadochasers all spelling out bp other to gluco maps and it was a massive amount of space they're recovering so the line of the p was two hundred thirty miles high ruling while i thought it was just an field or something girls bumpertobumper of two thirty miles to because tuned with youngest truck what you said about the use gps i think that's why this is so popular now isn't it because in the olden days in order to find a tornado you'd have to go to the weather forecasters and you'd have to be quite an expert these days just the event up on a car in just find yeah yeah 'cause you need to know in advance and we just have written we still have really bad tornado forecasting systems thank me i think the average amount of time between when you're told that there's a tornado coming towards eu and when you have to be out of your house is thirteen minutes yes still say so this is the big problem with the storm chasers.

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"paxon" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"And pass it in that league may good deals both got hurt paxon obviously back to being a hundred percent the steadily beast that he was a earlier in the year but um you know my colours has fallen on hard times token this isn't levintv mixed i'm i'm told right now lease of sunny gray greg owen can we janssen jordan montgomery charlie morton engineer on a to start taiwan walker and brad proc i got hell wanna closers maybe i needed to liquidate the saves in gets players all right anyway so those are the hitters that i'm looking at that trying to pick up right now that i think can can play above their level at play a couple standard deviations above their level like be you know if if you be secondhalf allstar so to speak right if they hadn't allstar game at the end of the year and they base that on from july eighteenth on or or pote put a lot of the focus on that 'cause i know the the real allstar game doesn't just look at the first three months but for the most part it it focuses heavily on that so we were doing a secondary one i think all five of these guys have the skills to make them very worthy of that so again it's cory segar francisco indoor edwin encarnacion matt carpenter and chris davis with a k out in oakland all right let's talk some pitching now and again a handful guys here that i'm interested in.

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"paxon" Discussed on I Was There Too

I Was There Too

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on I Was There Too

"The jets yo in the movie those who harrier jets was say this if if a harrier jet is on don't run up to the side of a talk to the pile like i did with arnold 'cause you'll be sucked into the in shredded so that was realistic was on a crane but but you know i didn't his stuff doing that stuff i was all about the relationships that it would with arnold as the relationships in the movie i did not think about you know they would say be he here we're going to do this and then i would see i go to dailies but what i saw the movie i saw the that just saying bill without his hey bill paxon over the top of this you know damn the way he shot it you know uh was very so said about it can so wonderful and uh you know also would you work with actual military people they're pretty precise so you know a a jib has a lot of respect for that and uh uh you know so bits uh you know the the only time that it was that was the there is any kind of free for all activity well two things one is we waited they were blowing up the says assemble bridge it a of of a florida towards a key weser there was a second bridge because they bill do it and so he's above section of it a lot he would you miniatures he did a bit at your he he actually blow of a section of the bridge and i've ever waiting for that to happen here he the explosion and then here's ugo fuck dad fuck look terrible rebuild it and i saw by fuck us in our trailer for another week where they rebuild this fuck a bridge which is true and then at the end of the bovey the seventh month of the booby.

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"paxon" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period

Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"paxon" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period

"Legend in amazing talent that were we're all going to miss um so much bill paxon film maybe maybe take a break from a denzel filmed this week and check out a bill paxon film a brilliant actor and uh may he rest in peace also i know a lot of you guys were on twitter sort of asking us if we're going to talk about the oscars we definitely watched him um and we are going to do that uh but we're going to do next week so um in guests guests will be back to talk about it i'm going to let you guess but we will talk about i watched him and we we will talk about the denzel verses casey affleck situation and we will talk about the one of my favorite moments of of people have i dunno i guess all sorts of feelings about it but um i loved the moonlight versus la la land i really moonlight versus la la land moonlight winning best picture um despite the fact that la la land was mistakenly announced i'm i honestly if you will i tweeted about it and you know i've talked went on our facebook i'm pretty obsessed with that whole crazy seven minutes uh because i think it's it is it's the first time that that's ever happen in its it was i dunno i just thought it was interesting very fascinating but congrats to moonlight for winning best picture no matter how you look at it it is still huge it's still a big damn deal and uh and so i'm i'm really happy for uh uh barry jenkins in and everyone associated with the film.

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