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"pete heat" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"pete heat" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Of the island. Advantage. Islanders. Let's go Race. The four We got one Where? Yeah. Stamkos was the missing factor the hell out of here. Game number. To Tuesday, eight o'clock. See you, then Tom Papa Bay. Let's Oh, oh, oh boy and the old beer clanking around so upset that Mike getting more vulgar, more anger, but at least gives you a good TV guide schedule update on where and how and where To find the patient and no Tuesday night. I'll be honest with you. That was the first time I knew the game was eight o'clock on Tuesday, so thank goodness upside down. Mike is now apparently working for NBC. Got that up. So what a bizarre last eight minutes, Pete. The body delivers. Maybe the best Canadian bacon. We've heard to date and upside down. Mike is getting more vulgar and anger as his team as though seven wins away from a championship hoax. He's got, possibly as well. Seven more islander winds to react to. I don't know that he can get to seven more the way that one took a turn with the voice, the yelling the cursing. I mean, if they win this round, Sean him doing the clincher after game whatever with the Lightning might be the end of upside down, Mike. And what irony? That would be if upside down. Mike doesn't survive. To a Stanley Cup finals as Islanders are finally in. Well, that's the thing and, as Pete alluded to Chris King sounded like he passed away as well when he was going on on his highlights, so it feels like it's ironic everybody who's very healthy. Body wise around this Islanders run sounds like they are literally going to drop dead and excitement and maybe the most unhealthy Islander fan of them all. Peter Schwartz has no problem standing in line for T shirts yesterday before a game one which Brings me to my next point before we get to Brad. Brad, we're through your real quick. I have to squeeze this in Peter Schwartz, who? You know, we poke fun at all the time. I like stuffing and look, we love Pete. Heat yesterday did another typical ultimate Pete thing he posts online as I scroll past 15 Little League games. He posts online. Oh, my goodness. Did he deleted? I think he deleted. It's not here anymore. Ho ho ho, Peter Schwartz. Oh my God! He deluded it. Somebody. I bet you are listed as requested him for it. I'm stunned to a news It was definitely a tweet. Not Facebook on Instagram is definitely twitter because I saw people Ted minutes gone. My goodness. It's gone of all the dramatic your Schwartz and raise you Schwartz. Of all the traumatic things Pizza. Later, the tweet. The Tweet was a several part series about the long line outside the Nassau Coliseum to get a free T shirt that said, Like, survive and advance or whatever the heck they came up with the Islanders yesterday. And Pete was proud. And by the end it was a chain tweet Does. It was multiple tweets gone, posting a picture of said T shirt he finds worth it in line to wait for this. He waited in line. I believe it was over two hours long for a free T shirt. Pete. The body did text me yesterday, right before tip off of the Nets. We've got to do meat on the bone. Pete's tweeting up a storm. I started to get tweets about it from our listeners. Maybe I'm personally blocked from the tweet now. Like he did like one of those. But the tweet has gone folks. He's he got heat. I wonder if you got a heat from our listeners. And if it's not gone, he's keeping it from me. Because he knows I'm defeat reporter. I'm stunned fellas an absolutely stand. Now, bro. I'm looking now because I've I've muted Schwartz. So I have to kind. I'll go back in and unm you did on I don't see it yet. No. You got to get past little league and all asked Boy. All right. This is going to be breaking news. We're going to get this right the show, But Brad does have other duties. We got to get to him on the update, Brad, take it away. All right, guys, this report sponsored by progressive insurance, you can save big when you bundle your auto, home, motorcycle, RV or boat. Is a progressive dot com express going to read the highlights. If you're watching it, watch D A or twitch. You just see bogus and Pete furiously looking through to see if Yeah, it's okay, guys. I'll take it from here, you guys. Thanks, Dad. I'm not going to pay attention. Carry on. Go ahead. We'll start the NBA. The Phoenix Suns are going to the Western Conference finals for the first time in 11 years. Martin has the ball knocked away by Chris Paul Victor bar bruises Give him back to Chris Paul..

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"pete heat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"pete heat" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Race. The four We got one Where? Yeah. Stamkos was the missing factor hell out of here. Mm. Game number. Who Tuesday. Eight o'clock. You done? Tampa Bay. Let Oh, oh, oh boy, and the old beer clanking around so upset. I'm Mike getting more vulgar, more anger, but at least gives you a good TV guide schedule update on where and how and where To find the patient Didn't know. On Tuesday night. I'll be honest with you. That was the first time I knew the game was eight o'clock on Tuesday. So thank goodness upside down. Mike is now apparently working for NBC. Got that up. So what a bizarre last eight minutes, Pete. The body delivers. Maybe the best Canadian bacon. We've heard to date and upside down. Mike is getting more vulgar and anger as his team as though seven wins away from a championship hoax. He's got, possibly as well. Seven more islander winds to react to. I don't know that he can get to seven more the way that one took a turn with the voice, the yelling the cursing. I mean, if they win this round, Sean him doing the clincher after game whatever with the Lightning might be the end of upside down, Mike. And what irony? That would be if upside down. Mike doesn't survive. To a Stanley Cup final that as Islanders are finally in, well, that's the thing And, as Pete alluded to Chris King sounded like he passed away as well when he was going on on his highlights, so it feels like It's ironic everybody who's very healthy body wise around this Islanders run sounds like they are literally going to drop dead and excitement. And maybe the most unhealthy Islander fan of the mall. Peter Schwartz has no problem standing in line for T shirts yesterday before a game one which Brings around my next point before we get to Brad. Brad, we're through your real quick. I have to squeeze this in Peter Schwartz, who? You know, we poke fun at all the time. I like stuffing and look, we love Pete. Heat yesterday did another typical ultimate Pete thing he posts online as I scrolled past 15 Little League games. He posts online. Oh, my goodness. Did he deleted? I think he deleted. It's not here anymore. Ho ho ho, Peter Schwartz. Oh my God, He's deluded it. Somebody. I bet you are listed as requested him for it. I'm stunned to the news. It was definitely a tweet. Not Facebook on Instagram is definitely on Twitter because I saw people Ted minutes gone. My goodness. It's gone of all the dramatic your Schwartz and raise you a Schwartz of all the traumatic things Pizza. Later, the tweet. The Tweet was a several part series about the long line outside the Nassau Coliseum to get a free T shirt that said, Like, survive and advance or whatever the heck they came up with the Islanders yesterday. And Pete was proud. And by the end it was a chain tweet Does. It was multiple tweets gone, posting a picture of said T shirt he finds worth it in line to wait for this. He wait in line. I believe it was over two hours long for a free T shirt. Pete. The body did text me yesterday, right before tip off of the Nets. We got to do meat on the bone. Pete's tweeting up a storm. I started to get tweets about it from our listeners. Maybe I'm personally blocked from the tweet now. Like he did like one of those, but the tweet is gone, folks. He's he got heat. I wonder if you got a heat from our listeners. And if it's not gone, he's keeping it from me. Because he knows I'm defeat reporter. I'm stunned fellas and absolutely stand. Now, Brian looking now, because I've I've muted Schwartz. So I have to go and I'll go back in and unm you did on. I don't see it yet. No. You got to get past little league and all that. Boy. All right. This is going to be breaking news. We're going to get this right to show. But Brad does have other duties..

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"pete heat" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"pete heat" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"What did you do give you a little ring. A ding ding okay. That's a little cooler getting earlier. Can you do that one more time. ring hang. I was like hey man how 'bout We had up to one of our favorite haunts. Yep ambassador cigar. Being that as just after the halloween season all candy was fifty percents off. So i hope you took advantage of that We're still in our favourite haunt here at the ambassador cigar in troy michigan. So thanks for joining us. on the On the in the social so yeah so yeah so we decided Let's do a little man cave. And because i was reading an article and I was like hey do that cocktail on a man cave. And then i was thinking. Maybe we could do that tonight. Or perhaps. what's article really do remember. I was in a magazine ankle inch there. It was really weird. Well people listen to podcasts. And watch these whenever they come across something. Find him whenever wherever right but today it's november third. Today's november. I understand it's election day in the states of america. And so people have been to the polls is all about the polls and your election and hallelujah what are you think commercials are going to and yeah you know so you know it's like watching. Political commercials are in my opinion like stepping on a rusty nail. Okay wow see. I've brought that all the guys that was good. See how. I see how i operate so all right so beautiful segue but i had to ask you okay. Fairplay the number of campaign ads. You received in the mail the most all my day. Oh my god is probably about fifteen. Yeah ten fifteen somewhere there if you go. And they were big too. They were like large pieces of cardboard. Cutouts cutty isn't that yeah i actually. It was kind of because it was such a beautiful day out today on. It's going to be beautiful the rest of the week i was like i wish i had saved all the campaign mail junk mail. So i could do a bonfire. It'd be probably would've been fun to fund. Yeah digital video of burning campaign actually still have quite a few of them back. Got a reality for next next four years from now more years or more years whatever you know four more years without campaign ads until the midterms right. And then the gubernatorial. They're going to be kooky to always campaigning. Just saying so always door but yeah. Yeah i didn't get any I didn't get any door to door traveling salesman. i got one. yeah I don't know how many showed up when i usually when they come. I usually stripped down naked. Really until you get a towel. And then he's like yeah. I come on come on in the weird. He said we want a beer man in clock in the morning. is it hot in here scottish. So i didn't get any traveling door to door salesman didn't encounter them. I don't know colleen got any i. Pitied pity food and knocks on the door. Which working for long crap. But i said he's like campaign ads. It's like stepping on a rusty nail. Yeah that's that's really funny. You say that because that article that you're referring to earlier it was on a specific tree. I believe and scotch based drink. I was it was and so i was I was in an email. Whatever and i got connected to the whisky advocate. Nice okay and kid get good articles in good good information on the whisky. Whisky advocate and there was a cool recipe and it. It said essential whiskey cocktail. And i'm like oh okay. What is essential whiskey cocktail and it said the rusty nail okay so brittany risher wrote this article back in may Just finding it now. So thank you britney but it's It's a scotch based drink. And we normally i mean we do. We're open any spirits. We drink we. Just about anything it would be proper mandated whiskey. We do a lot of urban yup. But we've done a fair amount of vodka. Yes we like our jin brothers. Do i was Messaging atom earlier today driven ghuchan. Yes he was doing. A photo shoot and i was like looking good man keep jim carey and so yeah and so it was like in high dam. But we we haven't really scotch and scotch as we did whiskey in the winter ryan we we. We did. The obama did obama and deliver into some scotch at the nato. That's the perfect time to stumble into. We were drinking like heavy at the whisky in the winter. And then they have the scotch but we didn't we have i think that's about one of the only time we ever really played with scotch on the man. I don't i think you're not wrong I but i want to do some more scotches and talk about some scotches and a whole nother world. That's a whole nother. It's a whole different pallet really. Yeah 'cause it's it's very different from you. Know you're mature bourbons and whiskeys and what have you. it's it's even more of a mature palate that you need to have ryan scotch side scotch. I get in trouble when i do. Scott doesn't tequila. Makes my pants fall. Scholarships gives me a guy just gives me trouble treasury song. That's wanna see my pants. Were you a politician. That's a throwback a little bit all right so here's here's britney's article from The the whisky advocate talking about the origins of The rusty nail this based drink may not sound appealing right. 'cause scotch has got a very demanding a very profound profile robust very very profound very robust appropriately. Some serious tastes going on. And you know why would you use something. That's that robust. Right as a base for a mixed drink. I get very for me. Okay going yeah. No and so. That's the question for you. What for a scotch. I always think of you know very leathery. Feel when i really feel out of it but pd also comes to mind a little bit. Drink scotch now. It can be very pete heat intensified so so yeah so it may not be the most appealing drape. The rusty nail is an approachable drink. Even for those who tend to shy away from using scotch as a base for cocktails so which a mix it with dram boot which is gaelic is derived from gaelic johm gaelic meaning the drink that satisfies. I did not know that. Actually when he said we were doing that kind of do a little liquid a little history lesson here myself so so all right so you got the scotch base but you have the the sweet honey and heather of dram buoy and it teams at robust flavor of blend scotch and it creates a slightly sweet herbal cocktail. That finishes with just a hint of pete and smoke. And that's according to and this is like small world crap here right right. This is a britney's quoting A bartender from the red phone booth in atlanta..

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"pete heat" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"pete heat" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Right on his lips fluffy is running away and ride the winds Elche fluffy is always like the big huge character that's alright I'll answer it's a pretty big he's a bad **** right yeah the fluffy where any fluffy they always give guys names like that they're like look like a bear fluffy is he wears one of these long western dusters that her last cycle anywheres it was like a Waylon Jennings has of course he does ed I could imagine without that app outfit all right you don't like so people could wear that some people can't write fluffy prevent oil is the guy that Campbell's real names Glenn's Alex what would happen what would you go back later Glynn seltzer fluffy because both of my color rock made me think so glitzy I don't know if I was a financial adviser I go by Glenn if I was in a rock band I go by fluffy I think they both work day what do you think I'm sorry I was still talking to David Coverdale hang on a sec thank god they are all right tell I tell B. C. thanks again even though he did cost twice what we do want to apologize for everybody if you heard glitches in the interview were you we lost time that's because silly FCC won't let us say words certain words we had to drop out yeah yeah but it was harmless stuff it's one of those words we all use it probably should be legitimate member idea kago hope once upon a time in the evening maybe on a Wednesday or Thursday night use the word and everybody was all a Twitter about it it was blank happens yes thank you one of one people were more flutter about that or which McCall on Hill Street Blues shoulders but well now Dennis brands yeah that is right speaking of the every day there everything changed in one moment yeah we used to be able to play the dirty the lines in the songs rock songs and all that and then everything in a flash changed by one Superbowl halftime yep which I don't understood yep they show Janet Jackson's boobie bad name Janet Jackson will be yes no well they show Janet Jackson's boobie odd television yes so what does Congress do they go after radio yes never understood that ever since it hasn't been the same but let's talk coronavirus for say a nice segue nipple coronavirus don't try this at home so there's all kinds of gaming sites will agree on that game is fun we're trying to get legal under Kentucky but some of these gaming sites they're struggling their struggle there's no sport with thanks to battle bad for bad taste is gotten taken down it's got remove some of the betting sites have moved on to they're not betting on deaths are they not necessarily deaths but the if they are coronavirus bets at least five of these gaming site the been found taking bets are projected increases on those infected on a day by day comparison they're doing over unders on this stuff yeah right right yeah so boy bad form getting smacked down so let me come on guys you see here's the deal I think that first of all no one has an exact number and even the governor and all these covers will say look I'm getting numbers from the CDC and getting numbers from the hospitals and trying to make a list out here and gave a number if you're betting and you lost you're like wait a minute that's not the right number I would not even bet on that plus that's why we've never put together one of those Deadpool contest yeah of let's bet who's going to do what's liberty's gonna die this year we were going to do it yeah and then we all kind of went in bad form less inviting it on yourself he has no idea is it abit absolutely now someone else does it we can bet on it but I'm not gonna start of course all right I've got the worst person story are you ready okay okay she this read this article was written in cosmopolitan magazine this is online I don't even think they printed anymore and have you ever seen because my back is at the cusp of the thick Cosmo you make fun of the gallery's Cosmo you shouldn't Cosmo is basically the playbook for every single woman if you want to know how to work listen it went well worth an NFL team all you have to do to be the successful patriots bill Belichick is to pick up because more read it has everything they want to hear but go ahead all right so she wrote this article in Cosmo she's a married woman but she is continuing to cheat on her husband with multiple man wow quarantine with her husband in the house whoa whoa whoa Hey what how well I'll tell you she's meeting men on Ashley or whatever Madison Ashley Edison dot com whatever the website Ali medicine not only managed to roll Dolly Madison is the site that does not being I don't know if it will Clark goes on golly medicine looks at donuts Pete's heats on his diet or a teacher why are you Alan no no no no no no so what's your mouth all truly for she is meeting men on Ashley Madison dot com and is having phone sex with strangers oh my gosh on a daily basis multiple while the husband is in the other room she gets to get paid I don't think so well he said that make it make it work let's go the other sacks and let's go for a worse person dude are you ready all right this is worse than that yes actually okay Chris Dobbins was fired from his job in early March Robbins from his colleagues he will has dealt with this topic domains he was the VP of this healthcare company he was so disgruntled how does he was he he was well he was so disgruntled that he went back in because he had computer access and he delayed P. P. shipments when the country needs the cost for the jurors he is going to jail okay then here's some here's some more quarantine away two minutes that got worse than the cheating wife of course well well Laura yes but yes right cheating or cheating wife affects one person is stupid enough to stay with her right well maybe doesn't know how is he stupid.

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"pete heat" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"pete heat" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"If I go back that song not written about an ex girlfriend written about the grandmother when she died really that song about her and then this girl much like the Harvey Weinstein case Polly is hard to look at it see I'm seen before like ed Sheeran if ed Sheeran mated with another hobbit good looking at all from here hello yeah and not is he looks maybe unpaved okay thirty yeah he looks armored here than at year end very funny guy but his ex that won love island after the horse yeah great to be a guy I know it's really great it's really great to be a got seriously doesn't make sense to me sometimes people hugs with this show by the way did pull greed the entire time she was on it to split whatever she won with Lewis Capaldi if she wants she wants he said not all right hurting now he's already but still as internet explorer that in turn had promises money strides still lottery tickets fake lottery ticket is a great lies about what he's going to bias very dishonest person and is getting I am in a really what is love island is is a dating show ed I think so it's like a dating competition show the fat because do you she won so there has to be some form of competition I haven't seen like survivor meets the bachelor somewhere on an island yeah all right and then who sings this one direction one direction fan not even ashamed why should you big fan they're good all right I on the show is the only person on the show and probably maybe in the world who doesn't drink and is never drank I realize that moonshine even the hardest of drinkers I know to stay away from China it's a it's a good idea now have all hands had moonshine yeah yes I've had it been that low in the south I've never heard of it before right right right right I've had the legal moonshine and then I've also had the Hey my neighbors bringing over a jar we get it off the wall realize that could be dangerous believe it or not hello yeah yeah I heard it can cause blindness and all sorts of death it is not made right apparently it's a ushered into some redneck by bringing it to yeah that's a bruja part of your house put her okay well what is it things like peach like Pete's heats yeah something like enough pace good realize it could go black made with gasoline alley yeah there's a guy who has a moonshine and it everything went to hell after that I'm sorry your name at my job yeah there's more of a guy that's called out which in the morning.

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"pete heat" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"pete heat" Discussed on WTRH

"A marriage to die for do that by Valentine's day to get that early bird savings we look forward to seeing you here so let's get back to our color now we have tonight Pete heat up some people I have never heard of OCD other people have heard of OCD but really don't know what it is and just to be clear you know obsessive compulsive disorder is actually experienced by many many many people and in different ways obsessive is referring to these recurring persistent thoughts or images that are experienced but they are intrusive unwanted in that most people who have OCD it looks like they can't just go on it's it's a continual thought but but maybe I didn't check the door maybe I didn't it's ever whatever it is in and so the individual attempts to ignore or to suppress the thoughts or so so hard and so they they try to figure out what do I do now I agree with you you don't want to just be haphazard and L. A. responsible that's not who you are like wise to have to check it again and check it again as you said with your dad that time when he said is the TV off you didn't check it once you didn't but see I heard you clearly you said that there was fear you were afraid if you did it wrong he would over react you didn't save over Iraq I'm saying he would over react and he was hard on you so the point is the obsession that you have you're not wanting to obsess obsessed upset did I do it did I do it and by the way those who are checkers meaning you go check it again and check it again and check it again they're not trying to do anything wrong but there is a fear they are controlled by fear there's there's some insecurity I'm afraid I didn't do it right what if what if it really is on and so they don't trust their own judgment and now the way that that's the obsession part the word compulsive or compulsion a that means these are repeated behaviors not thoughts obsession repetitive thoughts but the compulsion is the repetitive behavior thank you to do in order to feel relief or release from that obsessive thought so the compulsion is the solution at the time it's not really a permanent solution but at least for the moment it relieves you of that obsessive thought and these behaviors they can be aimed at the at the it can be hand washing you know the name I know you must know the name Howard Hughes yes that is okay he had to wash his hands he kept thinking about germs I've got germs I've got germs he was constantly washing his hands things around him had to be exactly and that particular order in fact you know you might find it interesting we have something we have something called perfectionism I think it's like escaping the performance trap it's like eat your you feel like you have to do this again and again and again we highlight the story that's just one of the stories that we highlight in we call it our keys for living a biblical counseling keys that explain definitions characteristics causes and solutions I think you would actually enjoy this because I I figure you know who I'm talking about the one time was for them wealthiest people in the world and yet you talk about a man controlled you talk about a man confined you talk about a man who was literally he had OCD to the extreme and so you know how how said that he couldn't just enjoy life normally now he would be a supreme of sorry he would be an extreme perfection does that make sense okay what what happens it in the house but I presently live in that three doors I've got a laptop that lacks a lot so that fans and it'll take me to go out the door it takes me approximately fifteen minutes before I can get in the mouth and leave so how do you feel about that make sure that that that the lights are off the fans are all make sure the doors are all locked because I keep on thinking well I've done the best that I possibly can rent it and if you're in a war and all the trees June I'm thinking I'm thinking there I'm doing the best I possibly can and that's all I can you put your you put your father's name there that you would affectionately call him dad dad of done yes I can see so do you see it's so clear this is related to the fear generated with in you as a boy and my friend it's hard when apparently realized they are like giants when your little boy and as you grow the yeah they I mean site we don't think about it that way as adults but these adults are trying to us and they have the ability to create huge fear and you know I'm going to be very truthful here when when when a parent has a critical spirit of there's something wrong there something that was broken within them they're not healthy and what I would say is you did not because your father to have a critical spirit you don't have the ability to cause him to have a critical spirit he there was something think about it I was I was a week are you at all he typically on the tractor this that nearly in half an.

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"pete heat" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"pete heat" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Good afternoon everyone it's two oh six it's Curtis in Juliet our three and a little bit later in the show China's cracking down on those wild life what markets finally he was that where the corona virus was hatched or was it E. treatise somewhere in one province well it faces they killed the whistle blower doctor who alerted the world and then there's also go ahead sorry the corona virus who was spreading yeah and then there's also the guy the citizen journalist who is mysteriously gone now nobody can find him and you can go to the Kurdish and yet said Julie at Facebook page and you can see pictures from the Chinese lunar new year day parade yesterday in Manhattan the original Chinatown here they cancel the activities in Paris they canceled it in your home town of Miami but they do not fold here in China China strong and you can see last week if you have been to China town almost everyone was wearing masks this time the Asians few of them were wearing masks in defiance and also not wanting to be photo by others as carrying the virus less people watching the parade you could actually move behind the barricades something he is in years past I've never been able to do and you said the demographic was mostly Asian it was still mostly Asian but large numbers of tourists and hips as a millennials because it is quite a sight to see and the bad thing was the restaurants which are normally pack you know for the Chinese lunar new year parade half empty I must have gone into about a dozen of them along not street on the side streets half empty and you did take your sons to a Chinese restaurant yeah well you okay anti my oldest son to the actual raid yeah I was the first time you'd ever been there in Manhattan and then I took Carter and hunter my two youngest son still from my visitation related to chose send garden kosher Chinese restaurant to show solidarity with the Chinese people in their timing as did I and my husband and gamers with our local Chinese community we order Chinese food and it was delivered to our kitchen island where we sang show tunes among other things and I'm sure there were quite a few people would awarded in Chinese like himself when they were watching the debate on Friday night New Hampshire and then make him that grace according to the polls especially between Bernie the out the caucus and this and the new Jack mayor Pete heat coming on strong and Stephanopoulos the moderator asked the question I thought it'd be more Democrats who would be concerned about a democratic socialist and as a potential nominee of the party is anyone else on the stage concerned about having a democratic socialist the top democratic ticket I'm not only one person raised her hand call which is love Biden would have raised his hand I mean either trying to play nice with each of the only person that they don't seem to be playing nice with his people to judge because he seems to be in the top rung right but think of it forget the fact whether you like Bernie Sanders my wife four doors Marty Sanders what you think about the judge as she does she doesn't dislike him but you would prefer Yang Yang is her second choice the end game right but she loves learning you know especially about forgiveness to the student loans and she was with Bernie in his first run against Hillary you even went to Philadelphia the convention there but Cole chose you only want to raise your hand and I said right in every time you give an interview you're saying look it's not about me and my nomination but if you happen to be running on the democratic ticket and you're in other states and the leader of the ticket is a Democrat socialists it doesn't spell well for your candidacy show you would want somebody like myself was not associate it as a Democrat so to you wouldn't say that on the stage right so I think ultimately I think when you look at the democratic field that's kind of been narrow down now and you the people that people are taking seriously on Sanders comes off as the yeah the socialist awhile guys sort of a radic guy that is not necessarily appealing to the folks like me who were Republicans were now independence and who are not going to vote Republican for sure Warren and smart woman but to me it's the people who judge I mean he's the one who is appealing to I think the folks like me and I think the moderate Democrats well you know Stephanopoulos his initial question outside of the box right out of the box to Bernie the out the caucus and this is why did you and your wife a cation mon in Moscow is it a question he basically gave a completely different it had kind of moved around yeah I mean right but the fact is how many years ago all he had to say was you know that was a time in my life I knew where I was he knows that that that's that's a land mine hi it's my begins yeah but guess what I mean isn't he the guy that tells it like it is isn't that what we want to hear we want somebody is just going to be honest about who they were they are only want to challenge him on that was closure Bernie and I worked together all the time but I think we are not going to be able to I would divide the divider in chief and I think we need someone to head up this ticket that actually brings people with her instead of shutting them out and when I look at a state like New Hampshire that had a very very close election last time in twenty sixteen I see a state that yes has a high voter turnout of fired up Democrats just like my state which by the way Bernie when I let the ticket at the highest voter turnout of any state in the country but I had to that being able to bring in independence like you have in this state as well as moderate Republicans because there are so many of them out there that are looking for a candidate and truthfully Donald trumps worst nightmare is a candidate that will bring people in from the middle the people that are tired of the noise and the nonsense and they are tired of the tweets and the mean stuff and they are looking for someone else and I would submit that that is me and I would submit that that is not you I think that's put Tipu to judge I said I do think he's a very smart woman and she did a great job at that I'm doing a lot she mentioned something that nobody wants to talk about the president will be there tonight a rally in New Hampshire of trump supporters his election is guaranteed in New Hampshire but New Hampshire has unique voting rules in the set you can cross over so trappers may be saying that everyone vote Bernie beat Boucher Boucher's more of a threat to us across the country especially in the heartland then Bernie would be so I anticipate and I think that's right I don't have obviously any documentary evidence of phone calls are going out of mammals are going out of Texas but that trump purrs who know the trump will easily win the nomination in New Hampshire I think only William weld is running against him challenging him we used to be the governor of Massachusetts Republican I have a feeling this will be a major turn out of Republicans not because they want Bernie as yet that either but its strategy that's interesting that I mean that is definitely a possibility I mean I just I mean I can't believe now we're talking about the fact that basically Biden is trailing ms got ten percent and I have to say I mean I think Bloomberg is really coming on strong in the last several days he's had some really great he's very very effective social media answer fantastic ads I mean whoever is doing his ads these people are gonna be winning award after war because his ads are just brilliantly he's paying premium dollar well good I'm your guy may or P. mazing loves to tangle with Colbert showing code which are less tango in may of Pete Pete says on the outside a Kobe jars says I am the ultimate insider and here he was mayor Pete going at all the insiders we cannot solve the problems before us by looking back we have to be ready to turn the page and change our politics before it's too late and I'm seeing everywhere I go not just fellow Democrats but a striking number of independence and what I like to call future former Republican sets me to join in that historic American majority to turn the page yeah I mean he's I bet he is because when he comes around this these parts I'll be there to say thank you and good luck but as soon as she said that which is a fighting words the clover charm Elizabeth Warren in those to a party the establishment because clover jar sting back I am listening to this about meeting the moment and my first thought is I'm a fresh face up here for a presidential debate and I figure Peter that fifty nine my age is the new thirty eight the second thing is this and that is fifty okay there you go meeting the moment meeting the moment we had a moment the last few weeks mayor and that moment with these impeachment hearings and there was a lot of courage that you saw from only a few people there was courage from Doug Jones our 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'The Bachelor': The Women Blow Up on Peter for Bringing Back Alayah

Pardon My Take

02:30 min | 1 year ago

'The Bachelor': The Women Blow Up on Peter for Bringing Back Alayah

"Pete took Victoria F on a one on one date to a surprise chase. Rice concert turns out Victoria. F Dated Chase Rice before four. Coming on yes I mean our guy chase is like Charles Woodson back in the day like you know two thirds of the world's covered by water one-third by Charles Els Woodson Chase Rice is dated two-thirds a world so I'm two-thirds of the world's covered by water the other third is by chases ropes. Yes let's keep it classy. He's a lover his season. He no he is his vocal inflections. Yes is come. He's just a good dude. P Then took the woman on a group date to the Cleveland Browns stadium where there was traumatic place on pickers house. They played a game of tackle football coach by Josh cribs and Hanford Dixon. Also also I guess on the show when Chris was saying like all right. We're going to Cleveland and usually that's where all the girls like. It was just like everyone who's just blank face. WE'RE GOING TO CLEVELAND. And they're all just like oh I love when they do that. So that's an old real world trick when they were like and your trip is Argentina. And then when you're going to Yugoslavia of Lia ship and then Eliah whoever you guys remember got sent over love you assault was your map from nineteen eighty seven. It was not Yugoslav anymore shows now respect Croatia Vania. I actually did that on purpose so that I wasn't offending occurrence country. Okay didn't want to get cancelled. Elias shows back up and ask him out of fashion that lived in Yugoslavia. You guys are missing. The most part Alaya showed up. She got home last week so she's not on. The show actually had death squads that that executed people that were fighting against Nazis. So this is kind of a pattern for you in today's episode absorb get Alaya. Who got sent home last week? Shows back up and ask Peter to let her come back in and he did The other girls. That are pissed at Pete Heat and some threatened to leave so is this an empty threat or they actually goal-bound. I don't know this is like a union situation. The the rest are unionizing. Potentially that's that's what it sounds like. Well I mean the whole show is about roses so they're probably LDS say true. I don't get that joke but I I get I bet you it was a good one. Yeah you've probably really noticing roses on twitter. The twitter now. You actually haven't God that's it. Okay great I mean. That's the worst last. But that's a pretty every clip number. What happened Eliah

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"pete heat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"pete heat" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Get mortgage and now back to okay so I think that's a perfect segue then when it comes to having an honest discussion about what's happening in Contemporary Society you've been one of the most outspoken brexit supporters one of the people that I think is kind of giving it intellectual backing so we touch on this a little bit two years ago so it's hard to believe this is still being being discussed but for the layman who knows nothing about brexit what was brexit about. Let's just do that in two or three minutes and then we'll get caught up to where we're at now yes so in my view brexit. This is the most important political issue in the Western world. What happened is in June two thousand and sixteen which is long ago now seventeen? It's it's crazy. Seventeen point four million British people voted to leave the European Union. That's the largest block of voters in the history of the United Kingdom that many people have never voted for anything so they voted to we includes me seventeen point four million people voted to leave the European Union because the European Union is an anti-democratic technocratic bureaucratic illiberal. PC institution which just drains the life out out of democracy and freedom of speech all these other key issues so we were right. I believe to oppose your opinion. So we voted against the the idea it was that we would have this referendum and whatever we decided would be acted upon we were told that again and again and again by David Cameron who was then the prime minister three plus plus years later we're still in the European Union. We haven't left and it looks increasingly like we won't leave so there is now talk of having a second referendum. There is now talk of simply overriding the vote. There is now talk of parliament using its power to deprive the public of the thing that they voted for and simply plea preventing it from happening. I think if that happens it will be it will be an apple. It will be a really key event in the history of of Britain because what it will say is that we are no longer really a democratic nation. We are no longer really a democracy. We're no longer a nation that take seriously ordinary people I think so I think a lot of people across the Western world really should be keeping a close eye on brexit because if Brexit doesn't happen than the whole nature of democracy the whole democratic era which has existed for a few hundred years we'll be called into question because basically at that point plenty of other western leaders who might have some Teheran tendancies might go. Well Guess. It doesn't really matter if I win or lose an election because look what happened over there delay delay delay log enough until the people neither start flipping where we can make up enough lies or demonize enough people then that's right congrats to me. I'm still in power. That's right and you know a lot of people use to look to the United Kingdom for a democratic example and I was thinking about this recent. It was recently the thirtieth anniversary of the Cinnamon Square massacre when you had hundreds hundreds of thousands of Chinese citizens on the streets of Beijing and across China demanding democratic rights demanding the right to freedom demanding the right to choose bad bad government a very basic right that people you and I take for granted which people in China don't have and when that massacre happened thirty years ago in one thousand nine thousand nine British Democrats British liberals British humanists were talking about it all the time they were fully in favor of these people who are struggling for the right the democracy to for the right to a democratic say in their lives and in their communities on the thirtieth anniversary however there was a real sense of silence the lot of British liberals who would normally have made a big fuss about the Tiananmen Square massacre and the and the authoritarianism of the Chinese gene didn't say anything and I was thinking about by this and I thought okay this makes sense. It's because you are now on the same side as the Chinese regime and that's not to say you're going to drive tanks into trial square like the Chinese Chinese regime did into Tiananmen Square and massacre people or kill people but you on the same side in the sense that you think democracy is overrated. You think people shouldn't have free fair say in how their community or society is organized and I thought that silence is I think you'll point is absolutely right right there are so many people around the world who looked to the UK and to other Western nations America to for an example off people having a real say in how their lighter organized who now will no longer do that and you have foreign regimes around the world who will look at the way really right and and they'll see that there are members of parliament and government officials who are hell bent on over riding the largest democratic vote in the history three of our country and those regimes will say. Let's do the same thing so let's just break down a little of the chronology of this whole thing so so the vote is about two years ago in the June of two thousand six hundred twenty six yeah and then how soon were supposed to be in motion straightaway it was supposed to happen very very quickly and David Cameron who was Prime Minister and George Osborne who was the chancellor of the executive. He was the in charge of the economy. These these two figures who were the leading figures in the United Kingdom argued that it would happen straight away we will listen to you. We will act upon what you say okay. We will do it right off the bat so everyone was expecting that would happen. In a matter of weeks or months and people went to the ballot box with that view in in mind they thought right this is the this is the first election in which I'm not simply being asked to choose between party who will run the country. We're all ask that in every single election we take part in. This was a different election. This was an election in which we were being asked to decide the political makeup of the nation the constitutional channel nature of the nation's. Should we be entangled with the European Union or should we be completely independent of it so a lot of voters. I spoke to said that this is the first time they felt that the vote had real consequence and change the country entirely so people relish the opportunity voter turnout went up enormously. It was seventy two percent. Normally it's around sixty percent so there was a huge rise in but turnout especially in working class areas and poor areas where people don't normally vote and people came out in the millions and said let's leave the European Union and they expected it would happen very quickly more than three years later. It's still what happened that caused the pause the delay and now the possible reversal of this entire well the the the key issue is the the political class doesn't want to leave the European Union I mean this is the great tension in the United Kingdom the moment and I think is actually reflected acted in American politics to a certain extent to and across Europe in fact as well in the UK a majority of voters want to leave the your opinion but a majority of the political class doesn't and that's the key tension say for example fifty two percent of people voted to leave the European. That's the majority majority seventeen and a half million but in the political class seventy percent of members of parliament voted to stay in the European Union with the Labor Party not which is all version of the Democrat Party. It was ninety five percent ninety five percent of labor. MP's voted to stay in the European Union. Yeah I mean that is how utterly disconnected the supposedly left wing party is from public sentiment is simply extraordinary that ninety five percent of Labor Abra. MP's as against just forty eight percent of the public voted to stay in the European Union so we have this difficult historically unprecedented situation where the people want one thing and the political class one another and the great unfortunate the thing is that the political class is getting its way so okay so I think the average person listening to this at least from an American Lens we go well. Wait a minute. We have elections and PAT PAT her. What the result is incumbents? Get booted and they gotta go. We bring in this guy this whole thing abbots they keep telling us that trump's never going to leave office but in many ways you will yeah except this election okay all that to what actually is happening. I mean are they literally. Just that that percentage that seventy percent said they're just saying we're not going to put the processes in motion that would allow for we're just so they're not denying that they're denying the will of the People Patrick asking right or are they or they're saying you were tricked right doesn't that you were tricked into voting for this and we're doing better for that's the key thing so so they would never never openly say we hate the will of the people you think you're all idiots and we're just going to ignore you got a little better right so they they put a spin on it they put they put a kind kind of pc gloss on the fact that they are actually undermining the democratic process so what they say is we were tricked. We rely too. We're all bunch of idiots. It's we're racist. Xenophobic the phrase they use his low information you are which is a fancy phrase for stupid but but that's what they say you'll low information. You didn't have all the information you didn't understand the consequences of leaving the European Union educated enough you knots which on enough you you know. Even people like Richard Dawkins have been saying it was wrong and stupid to entrust such big political decision to ordinary people because because they think we are inferior to his tweet on that it's me but it's such an important moment because I think it really sums up where politics is going where politically correct act politics is politics going because what is doing. It's creating this almost this neo aristocracy where you have this layer of people who think they I know better than us. They know how you should speak in Asia how you should behave and how you should think and they are superior to us that they are educated. They went to the right universities. They have the right attitudes and then down here. There are the kind of the throng the masses the idiots who don't speak in the right way who don't have the right attitudes who aren't Pete Heat sufficiently. PC who aren't sufficiently woke and they can be bossed around they can be ignored. They can be told what to do told what to think so I think actually that the a war against brexit which is fundamentally a war against democracy actually speaks to the political culture off the Western world more broadly where you have this the creation of this to tip political system where the top you have the switched on elites who think they know better than the rest the bus and they have no concern at all about bossing US around and censoring us and demonizing US and telling us we're stupid and blocking king the things that we vote for so I think at the heart of Brexit what we can see is is the elites war against supposedly deplorable.

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"pete heat" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"pete heat" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"Whatever you know it's the flash briefings of and then when people come in that they could say because has you've already got that stuff tagged from the blog literally. All you have to do is build the lexicon this is here's the tag and then here's the upsets could be like telling me episodes about <hes>. I don't know marketing gamification or something like that and then you'll get all of that so it's you've got people perusing all of the all of that audio through a skill. I love that idea to dave. I'm gonna have to look into that at least a great idea yeah along those lines. I also want to say i. I think we just mentioned this earlier but you know there are other people doing fantastic flash briefings. Obviously there's great ones out there and so are the things that i've started to put together. Is this network of flash briefings to help with the discover ability because i know that's one of the issues that that keeps coming up is how do you find the good flash briefings <hes> and so i've created this network brief cast dont f._m. Where <hes> you know slowly but surely i am inviting people to come on the network that have now proven track record of creating really good quality flash briefings in all different areas and i think it's another way that we can help people find the fuss and actually served audience granted. It is my audience so they know about it but i asked them. How do you find fast briefings and <hes> you know the top the top ways that they currently find flash briefings are word of mouth with alexa app on their mobile phone and now they say they're going to the briefcase website so i love it. It's it's brief cast out f._m. Brief casts sure i include that in the speakers yeah and so okay on there now so i can go here and then can i naval right from here to you'd have to you have click on one of them and then at the bottom you'll see a button that says enable and then it will take you to get back to the amazon site got. It got it excellent well. I a a really insightful tips. I super appreciate it. I want to <hes> with time. We have left out you mentioned <hes> peed ericsson and i wanna because you and i were talking a little bit about this off. Mike and we're you know it's it's in our recent memory and i wanted to talk a little bit about it with <hes> you know the the voice summit two thousand nineteen that just happened i for me and this is the second year going into. I've always been somebody and pete heat and i have talked about this. I forget where we talked about. It was actually on this podcast so <hes> if somebody wants to go back through the alexa dev chat you'll see pete was on this podcast cast and we're talking about community and <hes> pete and i have just there's there's just something about community where you bring people from different age groups different backgrounds and this this year. I felt like it's also different accessibility. Having people who were hearing impaired was incredible something for me that i never <unk> <hes> had experienced that before so bringing all that together and taking people off who've we've typically like this voice i community we're all kind of online align right <hes> and then having someone in space <hes> in the same space right like what if somebody who hasn't seen that or didn't know about this like what would did you say your key 'cause to me. I think a lot of people got. I had i mean i got so many emails in like little messages. Afterwards of <hes> like people people saying they felt it like they felt community. Which maybe they haven't before yeah. I totally agree with that. <hes> one of the things when i go to these these conferences i think most people do this. You look you look at the lineup of speakers. You think oh wow this is. There's all these great speakers and i want to go to this one. I want to go to this talk and we go to this talk and what what has happened for me at voice summit last year as well but this year in particular was that i started to meet people and talk to people and there was such an openness nisa around everybody trying to help everybody end and share ideas that i found that i was getting so caught up in these fantastic conversations that i forget to go to the speakers that i wanted to hear and i but i think that really says a lot further. Exactly that's the community aspect of it that there is just there was openness. <hes> and i can't tell you how many times i heard people say oh i've seen that person on twitter and it's so nice to put a name to the face now and all these discussions and i ah you feel like you're you've been friends with people partly from social and now you meet them and you you sort of have this history and i couldn't agree more really it j- pete has done such an incredible the job and i know that such a priority for him is developing community it was it was really evidence there and <hes> you know it's interesting you say that too because if someone <hes> i you'll see this more and more when the you know when you have a healthy community you're spending less time in the sessions and more time in the hallways is there is a lot of let's go grab a cup of coffee right. <hes> let's go get dinner <hes> and just that i think is so so important and i feel like <hes> for folks who missed out on that. <hes> i know a lot of the sessions are recorded. They can go ahead and they can. They can find some of that stuff and you had a session. They're on a lot of this <hes> flash briefing and ways to engage right right so i did. I had that <hes> <hes> we talked about <hes>. I did a quick little like one or forty five minutes. It was forty five minute over you how to how to set up a flash briefing. We went through some of these stats <hes> <hes> i was also involved with some of the healthcare tracks with my other pockets. We mentioned mother podcast voice. I health where an really document what the euro or that of on joyce. I health dot com and that's really where i'm documenting. The intersection at healthcare are are of healthcare and voice technology and so i was with a couple panel's speaking about that's a whole another topic of discussion but where i see the future for specifically healthcare and voice technology which is mind blowing <hes> so so yeah i was. I was very fortunate to be part of that and <hes> you know. I really appreciate that big. Thanks to pete for inviting me. It's such a pleasure to be part of those types of events and it's been an absolute pleasure having you on the on the podcast i <hes>. Is there anything that you want that. We haven't talked about that. You that you wanna share the anything any questions. You want asked me anything a i don't know i think we covered a lot. I think i've really enjoyed discussion every time i i don't of people know this or not about you but you're also an advocate for the community like when we talk a lot and we did talk a little bit about this before the podcast like you hit me up with amazon needs to be doing nassar ask. Can you be doing this or is it going in this direction and i'd love to see this with flesh. So i loved <unk>. I continue to find that so valuable and i can pass that onto the product arctic teams as well as your audience. Is you continue to have new ideas in directions. We could be doing better at amazon. Please let me know without continue to do that on people's behalf. Whether do they know that or not so i just wanted to point that out well that's one that's nice to hear and and i just want to say as well that you know i think the whole community feel to to this voice for space really comes from the leaders leadership people like we talk pete and of course bradley bradley metric with his and and people like yourself because you all and you in particular day from them interactions with with you you know we spend time together voice summit. You're so approachable. You're you really are a community guy. You are relatable so down to earth and and that that rubs off on people that are watching the leaders in the community and seeing the way people carry themselves in this voice for space and so i have to say i really appreciate that. I thank you for that and i think that's a big part of of why the community is the way it is will thank you have salt in my food but i do in the mail right yeah but i i do appreciate you saying that and <hes> you know for me i try to. I always just try to be as direct as i possibly can. It's funny in <hes>. How do i phrase this in such a way where we're in such a like a news hype cycle with everything that's going on with politics and social media <hes> and everything i find the best way is just to like e._s. Direct and open and honest with people as you possibly can and so they know their concerns and there's the hardest part for me is when i have to say i can't say anything yet or <hes> you know <hes> no if it's like carr's speaking gig and i you know i can't talk. They're still things. I have to do on behalf of amazon as whole but i mean i am just a super. I've been part of a lot of communities but i again. I'm just there is a there's. There's no <hes> every community has like that. One a person that's like the troll to the rest of none of that has appeared yet and now now hopefully i'm not jinxing yet but there are people but like yourself who are generally come from all different backgrounds and are generally trying to improve and then like what you have done. You've taken that you've created. I mean look at all these your or else. You've got <unk> brief cast dot f._m. Promoting other people you've got a flash briefing formula dot com or your created this professional course <hes> that should i'd be charging for my opinion but <hes> i do appreciate you putting it out there. <hes> that just teaches people. You've got create flash briefing dot com. You've gotta lexin candidate dot com so so thank you for everything you do and i certainly i will be continuing to advocate <hes> internally amazon and everything all so it all the stuff that i hear from you and your customers in your community can't can't wait to see what you continue to do. Thanks thanks dave..

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