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"phil mr" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:39 min | 5 d ago

"phil mr" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Being captain of the football team. And if knowing the quadratic formula is every bit as important is knowing the right people. Well, the fact is, the jobs of the future will be heavily geared towards science, technology, engineering and math. In other words, the future is stand up. Or opportunities, better pay and the road to these great jobs starts as early as middle school. So if you're a student talk to your school counselor about stem if you're a parent talk to your kids, because the job you'll get in the future may very well depend on what you do today. Ah Public service message from America's Navy. The opinions of the hosts on Katie tell you when are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station. It's management or be easily media group. Something wrong with the world today? I don't know what it is. Something's wrong with you. He's in a different way. Way God knows it ain't is showing those fries. Living on it. You're listening, too Perilous World Radio with David and Alan Masters. Here's your host. Friday. It is Friday. This is the Friday warning. It is the blue light special. Mike Jones is back with us Friday. You never know what's gonna ask my radio. Really special. No, no. Well, well, that let's change it. All right. The red light is flashing. Which means I'm not sure that's better. Anything goes on Friday. Okay? I'm Alan Master Prices dropping morning Will Robinson Yeah, Okay, So here we are, And we should just not to start off with a downer because it's still hanging in the air. We lost Rush Limbaugh, and it's just so so so sad. This Sunday. I'm going to do a talk on self reliance because you know what? Listen, think about guys. Rush Limbaugh was the guy if we really you know if you're conservative in America Rush Limbaugh was your guy. He was the guy that brought the stuff to the table that you could go yet. Yeah, that. Yeah, that you couldn't say yourself. But he could articulate it in such a way that you were like, I totally agree. The problem is that I think that we have turned a little bit because we had the great rush for three hours a day we became a little bit reliant on him. And even, you know, David Nice Father, Roy Masters. You know when it comes to your your spiritually nature, you could always tune in night and listen to Roy Masters on the radio on this radio show, which for half a century has been, you know, Actually, more than a half A century has been on the air, helping people with their problems. And we may get back to that at some point, But because of the political climate, we we have to talk. About a perilous world, but we're also we we have become a little bit, you know, using these people in our lives, whoever it may be, and not that this is entirely bad, but they were crutches because we were broken people. We are broken people that that's humanity. That's life. We all are broken in some way or another, so I think it's time for all of us to learn how to stand up and speak up. And finally, for once they all right. I've been through the school of hard knocks. I've been to the college of Rush Limbaugh and I've been to the seminary of Roy Masters. If you listen to the show with my dad for 50, plus years or whatever it is, you went to, you know, Christian school Catholic school. Whatever that when they call the Hebrew once the synagogue, see And or if you realize that your best friend has dementia at a young age, Mike, you could please get me some medications. Okay, I'll work on anything anymore. But I think President I think I'm going for president point is It's no you're better off eating the raw jellyfish. Alan. Oh, that's good. That's good. Oh, anyway, the point is that we really do need to be self reliant because Yes. What people We gotta grow up at some point and stop using everybody else. And I think this is such a good point. I had a friend forever you say? What do you think? What do you think? And I go? Yeah, Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. Or or no, No, no. Whatever it was right. And I finally one day I finally said to him, you know? What do you think? Why don't you make your own damn decision? Why you keep asking me because he's looking for the fall guy if it goes wrong, and if it goes right, Well, you know, he didn't even give me credit. But where's where's my residual? Right? We all have friends that are like that. We all have family members of like that Turn people back on themselves. What do you think? I think I know what I need to do in my life. Now. What about you? You quit Facebook? Who does that? You're insane. You've got dementia. I like I said it's Friday. It was It was very good thing to do what they do. I'm freed by it. I can't do it. Honest to God, I can't. I have to stay on. I'm addicted. I know I'm addicted because my wife told me so. Yeah, I'm not joking. I have to tell you. There are some withdrawal symptoms. I actually I mean, And I think these withdrawals every similar Aziz, though you were dependent on some sort of drug I was moody. Yeah, you know it. You know, it's with me came out of nowhere. All of a sudden, we're all you know, doing this stupid thing. What? It started up and you'll know better. David is sitting back there filing his fingernails going. I don't know what you guys talking about. But nonsense. What was it film again? Probably knows it wasn't Facebook to begin with it, Woz. What is my space? My space wasn't most. I've never into that that was like it was meant for like music. And you know the fill the time and the kids were doing before. Before it did was music. It was social media platform. Yeah. Yeah, Okay, right. But it turned into a music thing, right? No, that's true that that came out. Can I ask Phil Because he's an early adapter. What was the first social media thing you did? Just curious. I seek you. I see. Cute. Yeah. Oh, my God. I seek you was a chat. Phil, you, Phil, Come on, Bring it back. It's Friday. No, I already edited it. Hey, edit it out. You guys will never know what I said. But Phil is already edited out. I'm trying to get Fillmore involved because I watched last night. Did you guys watch Sean Hannity with Mr Snugly? I didn't catch it. Oh, Mr Smedley. There's a real person. You guys know his name? Yeah. James Golden James Golden. What? Sweetheart talking about Rush Limbaugh. If everybody who knows Mr Snugly Rush would talk to him, and he was that that was his pet name, and he was on Shawn's show last night and talked about his beloved rush. And almost cried, crackled his voice. Here's a big guy. And when you see a big man breaking like that he truly truly loved his boss, Rush Limbaugh. That's such a rare thing. And I'm hoping feel loved me that way open but now silent our own, Mr Mr Phil. Mr Phil. Well, Dr Phil, Dr Phil. All right, So let's go ahead and get into some of the news. The news stuff and talk about the psychology behind the news, David. Oh, gosh. Where do you start on a Friday, and I got so much good stuff. I got Jen Psaki answering People's Twitter Questions will do that a little bit. Can we go to, uh, what's going on with What's a gay in Texas to mentions really bad crew? Ted Cruz. Thank you, Mr T..

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"phil mr" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

02:48 min | 3 months ago

"phil mr" Discussed on The Big Picture

"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with <hes>. The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely <hes>. The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time <hes>. By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.

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Errol Morris on Dr. Strangelove

The Big Picture

02:48 min | 3 months ago

Errol Morris on Dr. Strangelove

"I am delighted to be rejoined by the great morris. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you for having me on. This film feels of peace with The fog of war and the unknown to me these memory. Pieces with these elusive. Almost mythical characters. Why did you make this movie. One thing what you just said is music to my ears. I've been trying to explain in a number of interviews. I'm not exactly sure why part because it interests me the similarities between my psychedelic love story and the fog of war. So hearing you say it unprompted thank you. You're welcome picked up on that no absolutely The result of making certain oddball choices off of war. Came out of the entira tron my interviewing machine and this idea of first person storytelling. I'm not sure which came first. I think the entire tron came before this obsession with the first person although they kind of happened at the same time By phil mr death about an electric chair man and holocaust denier fred. Luter junior would have been an entire tron film save for the fact that the material became so controversial. It's really interesting. I wanted it to be one character film. But i couldn't because it involved holocaust denial as it turns out. I am a jew and i believe that the holocaust happened. I've never had any reason to doubt that it happened. But i've always. I've always been fascinated by people denying stuff because after all it seems to be a tickly now in our day and age it seems to be the central element of human existence. All you have to do is look at the results from this last presidential election. The understand that denial is sort of what we're all of our. When i made the fog of war it was my opportunity. I saw it as an opportunity. To really indulge in first person storytelling.

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"phil mr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:50 min | 11 months ago

"phil mr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"State to open courses and driving ranges can open Saturday at five AM the governor's new executive order also allows Minnesotans to engage in a row wide variety of activities including golfing boating fishing hunting and hiking as long as they followed new outdoor recreation guidelines these guidelines include maintaining a six foot social distance from others avoiding crowded areas and staying close to home and the governor Tim waltz and six other governors across the Midwest announced yesterday they will coordinate their work to reopen their states economies Minnesota will be working with Michigan Ohio Wisconsin Illinois Indiana and Kentucky the governors say that this does not mean their economies will always open at the same time or that they will take steps in tandem to get businesses operating again but they said it would be more effective to work together that's your call but nineteen update for this hour we'll have updates for you at the bottom of every hour I took one of seven one and now it's time to get back to Colleen Bradley thank you for that update Holly this is becoming a brand this on my talk on a seven one streaming live my talk one of seven one dot com everything entertainment Kelly Lindstrom Bradley trainer at the scene we have some celebrities behaving badly this tell you about we have a name for them and that name is mom I was Mr Deepak Ellen DeGeneres you guys have you been keeping I'll tell you Alan so she's out just being that I use okay have you guys been following all of this Holly said to us yesterday all of the Allen's crew is very angry and they've got good reason to be angry do you know why I have I've seen the story I've not read the story so I'm hoping you will shed some light in that order and Holly feel free to jump in at any given time it should I lose track of important and pertinent information her crew is eighty degree because of the mismanagement of communication as to their job duties and no big deal their pay on the Ellen DeGeneres show so as you know she's been doing the show recently from home but but before that started there was like a fourteen day blackout period where you know people understandably had questions about the future of their positions on the Ellen DeGeneres show and repeated attempts to contact senior producers to give any sort of illumination on such a topic were completely ignored okay and then they got a communication that they were expected to continue to do their job and they need to brace for a sixty percent reduction in pay yeah even though the show is continuing to air mmhm so that's where we are with that also one of the big components in this so yes thank you is the fact that a lot of the crew on the Ellen show is part of a union Ellen decided to go behind their backs and hire non union workers to have work on the shows that are being produced at home which is a big no no no Ellen has done things like this in the past do you want to bring to light back in two thousand seven two thousand eight if you don't recall there was a huge strike in Hollywood out that massive writer strike and Elena wanted her writers to cross the picket line you have to start writing for her and in fact I believe maybe moon one of I think Bradley that this is one of the women who's involved in my favorite murder can kill Gareth yes yes he was one of the head writers on Ellen and she kinda lost her job we remember that we were talking about this recently perhaps but yeah no I this is one of those what if we said all along actually would I think be Arthur said this early on if you are financing Israel and everyone there is that but also in a time of crisis all people show you who they really are yeah that's true and then we got to my Angelus and stuff yeah leave them yes well here's the other thing and this is Mike my question is that Ellen to generous giving up sixty percent of her pay will she be taking a massive pay cuts me thinks the answer is not that probable now yeah now I do also want to point out in this variety article they want you know they point out the fact that her peers such as Jimmy Kimmel yep I have decided to pay their whole crew in full yeah our own pocket yes well in what I will say the other thing is you know in addition to like this these moments show people who the show people for who they really are this is also not surprising and I feel like some of our listeners might be like hearing about this for the first time we've talked on the show it's not like we have a particular beef with Alan other than the blind item stories that we hear and I'm a calling probably should we like to go deep in the shallow and so we like to poke behind the curtain and see what people are saying behind the scenes now you can take those for you know the gospel truth or just another perspective but it does make you think of the things we've heard about our generous that make us think are that she is perhaps not the nicest person to her staff and and why that's important is not that it should be surprising but it should be somewhat instructive especially when Allen's brand is the exact opposite right right it does sort of remind you of the time when Rosie o'donnell started to kind of show herself as not being the queen of nice yeah as she had always exact position and the thing about Allen is that very recently actually you know maybe it was like three weeks ago now four weeks ago one of her former staffers opened up a can of worms on the Twitter and basically was like yeah Ellen DeGeneres not great not a good not a good person I will donate money to this organization one dollar for every Ellen is rotten story which you know was entertaining for us yeah because the stories that came out of it works hello absolutely remarkably unbelievable it it does I mean again for someone whose brand is always being nice to the point that she has gotten herself a certain amount of flak like like that she has warned that brand so hard that it brought a lot of people out against her because of some political differences they had still like which is totally awesome and fine don't like let's not get caught up in the actual story but what's instructive about that is like if you're going to wear that brand so hard is to rob people who agree with you one ninety other percent of ninety percent of the other issues then you really better be that person yep and when you hear examples of something contrary it I mean I've I just feel like that's instructive for the audience absolutely paying for what she's selling right exactly exactly and you can throw it at me get the result of that could then be for you to say I don't care right yeah if you're still entertained by the show and you like the feeling it gives you and all of those things as long as you're informed about it but know what you're buying yeah right yeah same with Gwyneth Paltrow absolutely we can have her moon Dustin nutritional user but but I so I don't put anything in her own home nope that's been prescribed by Ellen anyway thank you in England S. I'm not going to put anything from any of those people in my any places Dr Phil bill being the operative word here that's my D. bag fell yeah this doctor we have star fell who henceforth shall be referred to on this program as Mr fell because doctor privileges evidenced by the status I saw last night in Holly this is courtesy of you and your Charly so thank you doctor Phil sought Dr oz is hot take yesterday about not really giving a rat's behind about two to three percent mortality so that we can let our kids go back to school and said hold my beer yeah so doctor Phil goes on the TV and essentially says well we could play the clip right or no on network tell on cable news I don't think he's gonna let me just pull that up here okay Mister Phil Mister you're on cable news and talks about the risks to covert nineteen two hundred and fifty people a year die from poverty and the poverty line is getting such that more and more people are going to fall below that because the economy is crashing around us and they're doing that because people are dying from the corona virus I get that but well the fact of the matter is we have people dying we have forty five thousand people a year die from automobile accidents four hundred and eighty thousand from cigarettes three or sixty thousand a year from swimming pools but we don't shut the country down for that but yet we're doing it for this and the follow up is going to last for years because people's lives are being destroyed okay so that's Dr Phil Mr Phil sorry Mister phone is sure okay we got to create new neural pathways that's Mister fell and in that segment he said two things that I would like to take issue and one of which is two hundred and fifty people die from poverty every year yeah and then three hundred and sixty thousand people die from pools this is the actual number is I think thirty five hundred people died last year in a pool so not three hundred and sixty thousand also I think it's more than two hundred and fifty people who have maybe died as a result of poverty but anyway that's you know facts no need to be unconcerned with why are we Mr fell under fails and then the other thing is of course I don't understand the hyperbolic nature of saying of of trying to conflate apples and oranges right because what he's saying is we don't shut everything down for vehicle deaths every year but we're shutting it down for corona virus when it's it's very easy why and he has a thank doctor should actually understand this which is and I mean he's not a medical doctor right what I should say is the reason we shut down for corona viruses because the strain on our resources at once without would require that people die as a result the people who could be on a ventilator don't have ventilators available therefore they die yeah if we shut everything down less people have to need a ventilator all at once that's just math people don't all die of motor vehicle accidents in one day right and need all of the ventilators to stay alive yeah also just people don't catch a motor vehicle accident rack rate that's not transferable you know in the grocery store right so there's there is a market different and I'm getting really tired the problem here's.

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"phil mr" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Way. Smart LOVES PROBLEMS IBM. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm DOT com slash flexible to learn more this pod from CNBC. Our next story on the PODCAST. Boeing's one two punch a brutal month. The stock has fallen just about sixty percent in March capping off a brutal year for the airplane manufacturer with the Corona virus adding more stress to accompany already under pressure due to the grounding of the seven. Thirty seven Max. The entire Max. Jet Fleet has been grounded since last March following two deadly crashes related to software glitches in the plane yesterday. Boeing announced it is closing. Its puget sound production facilities for two weeks for cleaning and maintenance due to the escalating. Kovic nineteen pandemic. Which has hit the Pacific northwest region particularly hard. This comes a day after an employee. Working on the Boeing seven eight seven dreamliner died due to corona virus all of this as lawmakers in Washington consider a multi billion dollar bailout for Boeing. The companies leader. Is David Calhoun? David Calhoun got a very easy company to run. He just took over Boeing Wednesday David wisdom then up. David don't WANNA stand limited. Not your fault you just got there. You'll straighten it out quickly please. Calhoun took over the corner office earlier this year after first being elevated from director to board chairman due to the somewhat rocky performance of predecessor. Dennis Muilenburg during the dark initial days following the losses of passengers and crew on board. The two crashed Max jets. Calhoun joined us in January as he was looking ahead. The media my concern customers our employees. They'll judge me every step of the way I'm not going to predict it's going to be perfect but what I will do is I will. I will put realism into every one of our assessments. Every step of the way and I will listen to everybody. That's involved directly in the process. Much can change in just two months as Boeing's crisis year continues. Here's David Calhoun today on. Squawk box with Joe Becky Andrew and CNBC airline correspondent. Phil Mr Calvin. Thanks for joining us. This morning we appreciate it. Can you describe the your efforts are right now to deal with the multifaceted situation facing your company? Thank you Joe. Wanted to start with the virus itself. it's affected and impacted all the families that are represented by associates across the Boeing Company We pay attention to it every day every morning. We rallied the team We have efforts going. Broadly across the company to support healthcare workers and all the communities that we serve We're doing work on ventilators like many others And I have to say there are some inspiring stories that are out there. With respect to the work of government officials local and state government officials. Dan Healthcare workers are incredible. So let me just acknowledge that I am part our decision in the puget sound which is a big one because it is a factory that represents roughly eighty percent of our production to shut down for fourteen days has been coordinated with Washington state government. It's the right thing to do We Monitor we have protocols to make sure that we stay ahead of the spread of the virus and this was a decision honestly that was easy to make simply for the safety of our people. How would you? How would you like the help from the federal government to to be structured in if you were able to just dictate exactly how it was done? David and by that I mean though one can emit a anyway. Maybe I'm speaking for myself. I can't imagine the United States Not being in the The airliner business obviously so it. It seems like a very necessary company for for us to to make sure that it survived but given some of the criticism that you're hearing about what the money was spent on an pass buybacks etc you know the CEO got stock up over four hundred. How should this be be structured to to blunt that criticism that you're inevitably inevitably going to get from getting aid from the government? This is Jefferson any of those past situations. We have a virus. It is going to take its toll. It's GONNA stop move According to the epidemiologists in a long curve we're going to get to the other side of the curve and our job is simply to provide short term liquidity to all of industry and yes aviation and the airlines. Because I believe we're at the point of the spear provide liquidity and keep our industry and our people warm so that when the recovery comes we're ready to go I think it's that simple. And so I always lobbied with the administration and with our congressional officials that that simpler shorter term in nature. The better and Anyway I think I think all the comparisons to pass a package is leads us in the wrong direction. Hey Dave this is Philibeaux you guys are seeking sixty billion dollars. Not just for Boeing. But for the entire aviation supply chain. If you didn't get that money would we see bankruptcies? Among some of your suppliers would Boeing potentially be skirting close to bankruptcy? I know you've got plenty of liquidity. But how urgent is the need? Well Phil you're right. We do have liquidity ways We have fifteen billion dollars in the bank We are paying our suppliers. You know every dollar we We either take by way of death or any other source of cash. Seventy cents goes directly to the industry and the supply chain that underlies us So we'll continue to pay current and we think we can get through this and we can. There are a lot of options for us in the private markets etc but the credit markets have to be open and Personal liquidity. That SET SECRETARY. Mnuchin has been going on your show. And and broadly. I think is exactly the right answer. We need to know the credit markets are open. Not just for us but for the entire supply chain. Dave one other question you guys got a backlog of about fifty four hundred planes. How concerned are you giving? What's happening with airline? Not only here in North America and Europe but around the world and the fact that they're under immense pressure that you're going to see some deferrals if not outright cancellations. Let's say over the next nine months to a year. We you know. We looked at every customer everywhere in the world and we make that evaluation pretty much. Every day. There are there are airlines. We worry about either. Because they're just not strong enough and or we don't think the state support will be there in these various countries around the world. Then we make decisions on what we do with our skyline At least at this stage there's nothing that is so precipitous that makes us want to change our course and to keep our workforce employed and ready to meet demands as the economy returns. I will I will say just as a test for what I think will come already. China's returning The domestic travel is is returning They are talking to us about their orders and they are talking to us about future orders. So I I really believe when we get through this Kurd and we start going down the other side. This economy will slowly steadily recover and I just want everybody to be ready for it. That's that is what I hope. Our Congressional folks are working on now day. One last question for me. It's been a couple of years since you guys have logged an order a new order from a Chinese airline. You expect that you're going to see one. Let's say before the end of the year you know I I. I don't want to predict it month by month. fell but. I have a lot of confidence that we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have orders with With CHINA THE TRADE DEAL. That was done before. Of course the virus rolled out broadly And slow things down. That trade deal is good for us. It's good for China. It's good for the Chinese airline and it's inevitable that That they're going to one point. Dave question about these loans and specifically PAT toomey yesterday on our air said that one of the reasons for the secrecy or transparency issues around some of these loans and how they're going to be set up with the Treasury in terms of tax payers. Not being able to see that information for six months which is an issue. It sounds like for the Democrats on one side is based on protecting effectively. Our National Defense and security the idea that we don't want rival countries to know that certain other CA companies. I imagine like yours might be getting certain loans and what size today we heard from Senator Portman that the reason for that was actually quite different. was actually about preventing creditors from knowing that the government had lent them money. By the way. I'm getting.

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"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"You visited Stafford Midland in garland for breakfast lunch and dinner I like that which it does have to say to you well Gail axis impeachment cable frequently sometimes we raised it sometimes voters brought it up spontaneously overall most voters were fatigued by it all but as you'll see those paying close attention defied party stereo types we started our journey in a diverse area outside of Houston aids has rounds and dance across the middle of the Avalon diner in Stafford Texas got been was a dentist his wife Ginny in a speech therapist the common is going really well I think overall were safe because of three things went pretty well the sign outside backs that up yeah belongs owner told us she's lost workers to better jobs elsewhere Scott did not vote for Mr trump in twenty sixteen but will this year Janine was with the president from the beginning conservative just across from Scott engineering we met Bernard and Sherrin Maynor both work in healthcare hi Phil Mr Donald has to say how frequently now or during the trump presidency have you found yourself shaking your head every we want to make a then it was on to luncheon conservative Midland boom town in West Texas where oil and natural gas production runs around the clock at Max barbecue a local favorite the brisket it's slow cooked out back to you know customer start arriving for lunch Kyle Davis his brother Jake and their business partner Tom hold one a construction and drilling company Kyle and Jake support president trump and expect him to be reelected I don't like all the nonsense that comes with him but yeah his his policy has been spot on one another Obama I kind of feel like he divided our country we asked both about impeachment tiles answer surprised us was an impeachable offense yeah yeah it sounds like it probably was Jake took the long view I'm sure at some point every president Tom calls himself a New England Republican and considers Mr trump a failure the economy's been propped up with the record levels of deficit spending and six fights that he doesn't know how to get out of we also met Allison lower lower or to gone and Jennifer rate Alison works in insurance lore and Jennifer our data specialist for drilling companies have meant that he makes some time actually being Hispanic so it's back to eighteen we feel targeted if you feel a lump in for somehow demonized in a way I guess I mean in the mail by somebody our minority you know Texas is a really big place ten European countries could fit inside Texas with room to spare the statues are really big in Texas just check with Sam Houston the father of Texas dinner took us to the flying saucer plugged in garland a politically moderate area northeast of Dallas and her husband out I did because I thought we need somebody that politicians will you vote for him again registered Republican I don't like to extremism on either side just across the way we met David Lindsay who owns a construction firm calling since I give anyone in the political world we raised the president's volatile style here we should tone it down I think some of the Blake hammer Janet Daniel tore is both oppose Mr trump in twenty sixteen and will vote in a March third Texas democratic primary this will come out this year anything about the Democrats what are your thoughts stop making everything a battle the Democrats are exhausting themselves and exhausting the public Seliger costing you we asked everyone if they had seen all remembered of Mike Bloomberg TV at all but two had an interestingly Democrats said they were keeping an open mind for Texas super Tuesday primary and trump supporters said they thought Bloomberg might give the president the toughest challenge Anthony I'll take this because I got a question here for okay well first of all I mean how did you get so many food assignments are the host of the that's a negative three dishes for this assignment but it was not okay all about proper and execution and seniority I think as well Bernie Sanders is surging in an early stage one week ahead until the Iowa caucuses if he survives Iowa and wins in New Hampshire water voters down there in Texas saying about him and the rest of the democratic field the fascinating thing we found as we kept asking about impressions for Democrats for Iowa New Hampshire we did we find hard core Bernie supporters are Elizabeth Warren supporters or Joe Biden supporters flat line across the board Texas Democrats and we talked to many are waiting for Iowa New Hampshire South Carolina Nevada to sort this out but the one person they were keeping in mind because he's on TV so frequently of Texas Mike Bloomberg well that's his strategy not saying it's going to work but it left an impression with those voters while others who are fighting it out in Iowa New Hampshire elsewhere have yet to make an impression at least in Texas is counting on it to work Mike Bloomberg his strategy and it sounds like they're at least open to it major that's thanks very much a one other thing when we ask people what they thought about the November election their motions they said two words anticipation and dread on demand then in your hand CBS news radio and CBS news radio dot com the stuff you need and stuff you want and if you can't tell the difference it's going to cost you a brand Ben Miller on business here's something you have to pay for such as housing healthcare and food others such as dinner out morning coffee in gym membership can be minimized or eliminated altogether unfortunately most Americans have trouble distinguishing between the two according to a survey by TD Ameritrade sixty one percent of people think vacations are basic necessity and fifty nine percent say the same for take out and since people are so convinced they cannot live without these items the when the debt to pay for them thirty two percent say nonessential items contribute to their credit card debt almost half sleeping for luxuries is.

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"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Sometimes we raised it sometimes voters brought it up spontaneously overall most voters were fatigued by it all but as you'll see those paying close attention defied party stereo types we started our journey in a diverse area outside of Houston a past rounds and hand dance across the middle of the Avalon diner in Stafford Texas was a dentist his wife genie in a speech therapist the economy is going really well I think overall were safe as a country things went pretty well the sign outside backs that up yeah belongs owner told us she's lost workers to better jobs elsewhere Scott did not vote for Mr trump in twenty sixteen but will this year Janine was with the president from the beginning conservative values tend to go just across from Scott engineering we met Bernard and Sherrin Maynor both work in healthcare hi Phil Mr five down the how frequently now or during the trump presidency have you found yourself shaking your head every we want to make a they think they then it was on to luncheon conservative Midland boom town in West Texas where oil and natural gas production runs around the clock at Max barbecue a local favorite the brisket it's slow cooked out back to you know customers start arriving for lunch Kyle Davis his brother Jake and their business partner Tom hold one a construction and drilling company highland Jake support president trump and expect him to be reelected I don't like all the nonsense that comes with him but yeah his his policy has been spot on one another Obama I kind of feel like he divided our country we asked both about impeachment trials answer surprised us was an impeachable offense yeah yeah it sounds like it probably was Jake took the long view I'm sure at some point every president could Tom calls himself a New England.

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"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Sometimes we raised it sometimes voters brought it up spontaneously overall most voters were fatigued by it all but as you'll see those paying close attention defied party stereo types we started our journey in a diverse area outside of Houston aids has grounds and hand dance across the greater let the Avalon diner in Stafford Texas was a dentist his wife genie in a speech therapist the economy is going really well I think overall were safe as a country things went pretty well the sign outside backs that up yeah belongs owner told us she's lost workers to better jobs elsewhere Scott did not vote for Mr trump in twenty sixteen but will this year Janine was with the president from the beginning conservative just across from Scott engineering we met Bernard and share in Maine or both work in healthcare hi Phil Mr five one down the how frequently now or during the trump presidency have you found yourself shaking your head every we want to make a do they think they it was also a luncheon conservative Midland boom town in West Texas where oil and natural gas production runs around the clock at Max barbecue a local favorite the brisket it's slow cooked out back to you know customer start arriving for lunch Kyle Davis his brother Jake and their business partner Tom hold one a construction and drilling company Kyle and Jake support president trump and expect him to be reelected I don't like all the nonsense that comes with him but yeah his his policy has been spot on Obama I got a few like he divided our country we asked both about impeachment tiles answer surprised us was an impeachable offense yeah yeah it sounds like it probably was Jake took the long view I'm sure at some point every president could Tom calls himself.

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Texas voters praise economy but decry "all the nonsense" from Trump

WBBM Morning News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Texas voters praise economy but decry "all the nonsense" from Trump

"The economy is going really well I think overall were safe as a country things went pretty well the sign outside backs that up yeah belongs owner told us she's lost workers to better jobs elsewhere Scott did not vote for Mr trump in twenty sixteen but will this year Gillian was with the president from the beginning conservative values just across from Scott engineering we met Bernard and sharing Maynor both work in healthcare hi Phil Mr down the how frequently now or during the trump presidency have you found yourself shaking your head every that said we want to make a I'm wondering the same thing then it was on to luncheon conservative Midland boom town in West Texas where oil and natural gas production runs around the clock had Max barbecue a local favorite the brisket it's slow cooked out back to you know customer start arriving for lunch Kyle Davis his brother Jake and their business partner Tom hold on a construction and drilling company Kyle and Jake support president trump and expect him to be reelected I don't like all the nonsense that comes with him but yeah his his policy has been spot on the other Obama I kind of feel like he divided our country we asked both about impeachment trials answer surprised us was an impeachable offense yeah yeah it sounds like it probably was Jake took the long view I'm sure at some point every president Tom calls himself a

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"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Just across from Scott engineering we met Bernard and share in Maine or both work in healthcare hi Phil Mr five down the how frequently now or during the trump presidency have you found yourself shaking your head every we want to make a those same people do they think they then it was on to luncheon conservative Midland boom town in West Texas where oil and natural gas production runs around the clock had Max barbecue a local favorite the brisket it's slow cooked out back to you know customer start arriving for lunch Kyle Davis his brother Jake and their business partner Tom hold one a construction and drilling company Kyle and Jake support president trump and expect him to be reelected I don't like all the nonsense that comes with him but yeah his his policy has been spot on another Obama he divided our country we asked both about impeachment trials answer surprised us was an impeachable offense yeah yeah it sounds like it probably was Jake took the long view I'm sure at some point every president could Tom calls himself a New England Republican and considers Mr trump of failure the economy's been propped up with record levels of deficit spending and X. fights that he doesn't.

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"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Sometimes we raised it sometimes voters brought it up spontaneously overall most voters were fatigued by it all but as you'll see those paying close attention defied party stereo types we started our journey in a diverse area outside of Houston a past rounds and hand dance across the greater let the Avalon diner in Stafford Texas was a dentist his wife genie in a speech therapist the economy is going really well I think overall were safe as a country things went pretty well the sign outside backs that up yeah belongs owner told us she's lost workers to better jobs elsewhere Scott did not vote for Mr trump in twenty sixteen but will this year Gillian was with the president from the beginning conservative tend to go just across from Scott engineering we met Bernard and Sherrin Maynor both work in healthcare hi Phil Mr five down the how frequently now or during the trump presidency have you found yourself shaking your head every we want to make a I'm wondering the same thing then it was on to luncheon conservative Midland boom town in West Texas where oil and natural gas production runs around the clock had Max barbecue a local favorite the brisket it's slow cooked out back to you know customer start arriving for lunch Kyle Davis his brother Jake and their business partner Tom hold one a construction and drilling company Kyle and Jake support president trump and expect him to be reelected I don't like all the nonsense that comes with him but yeah his his policy has been spot on one another Obama I kind of feel like he divided our country we asked both about impeachment tiles answer surprised us was an impeachable offense yeah yeah it sounds like it probably was Jake took the long view I'm sure at some point every president Tom calls himself a.

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"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Has rounds and hand dance across the greater let the Avalon diner in Stafford Texas stop in was a dentist his wife Ginny in a speech therapist the economy is going really well I think overall were safe as a country things went pretty well the sign outside backs that up yeah the lawns owner told us she's lost workers to better jobs elsewhere Scott did not vote for Mr trump in twenty sixteen but will this year Janine was with the president from the beginning conservative ten to go just across from Scott engineering we met Bernard and sharing Maynor both work in healthcare hi Phil Mr five one down the how frequently now or during the trump presidency have you found yourself shaking your head every the check out we wanted so I'm wondering the same thing it was on to luncheon conservative Midland boom town in West Texas where oil and natural gas production runs around the clock had Max barbecue a local favorite the brisket it's slow cooked out back to you know customers start arriving for lunch Kyle Davis his brother Jake and their business partner Tom hold one a construction and drilling company Kyle and Jake support president trump and expect him to be reelected I don't like all the nonsense that comes with him but yeah his his policy has been spot on one another Obama he divided our country we asked both about impeachment trials answer surprised us was an impeachable offense yeah yeah it sounds like it probably was Jake took the long view I'm sure at some point every president could Tom calls himself a New England Republican and considers Mr trump of failure the economy's been propped up with the record levels of deficit spending and six fights that he doesn't know how to get out of we also met Allison lower lower or to gone and.

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"phil mr" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"phil mr" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Coming up on KCBS the namaste political science chair David McEwan on president trump's handling of the sender back chance at his latest rally KCBS news time five forty five I'm a CBS sports and Kevin ratchet did the ETS are on top early in Minnesota gotta go all right away right off the bat markets Simeon led off the game because right hander Jake to Rizzi and the one one church bone easily when NBC sports California fifteenth of the season for Simeon there were two outs a single a walk and then Chris Davis an RB I base it the center so as to not the nays in the bottom of a second top of the second team Minnesota Bassett going for Oakland giants winners of six in a row thirteen of fifteen send out BT against the grime and the Mets tonight at oracle comes over the Padres six five rhet zero a grand slam his twentieth of the season for Chicago and golf at the open Ireland Shane Lowry American JB Holmes share of a thirty six hole lead at Royal port Russian eight under par Tommy Fleetwood Lee Westwood One shot back west where does come so close but he's never won a major let's see I don't have anymore I just got on a phone you know I'm forty six years old and still competing with these young lads and there's no pressure made his said was just I just got on the phone Americans cap go speak them Putnam one back at five under are actually at five under par there are a couple back three back tiger and Phil Mr cut would six over Mickelson aid over Rory McElroy shot six under sixty five he ends up two over par he missed the cut by one shot at the sports desk.

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"phil mr" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"phil mr" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Right. And that's what I meant to say I would. I would have introduced you as such regardless of the previous person I was talking about, I got to tell you the relief that shot through every limb of my body about left arm right arm. Sure. What else he left leg. Got it. I know there are others I, it was just insane. And now here I am. I'm happy. I'm relaxed. Happy for my current status of not a dirtbag. A very good. Well, I'm glad that you're relaxed. You're ready to do the show you already. By the way I did not ask you whether you were ready before we started. I am ready and if I am not ready, I certainly will be reading about twenty five minutes. Okay, great. We'll check back in with you. Then I do have news you. Oh, great. Okay. We're breaking some news. All right. Do we need to break into other podcasts here? Yeah, it'd be so with your listening listening to serial, suddenly we broke it. This is probably important enough for that. Okay. What are you if you are currently listening to another podcast and not this one, please? Please stop that one and start this one. Okay. I am newly an official magician member of the academy of magical arts, which is the oh, at the magic castle in LA. Really. So does that mean you are performing or does that mean you were just merely a scholar at means? Know it means as a as a magician member, I. Can perform their anytime. And will you be performing because I will make another giant out there to the castle as they call? Have you ever called it the castle? No, that's a little Asari I, you know, I'm not a member of the. That's like I'm a member, but that's like inside inside inside. Oh, okay. Yeah, yeah, je castle is fine. Okay. Okay. Yeah, I but I would make a trip to the magic castle where you ever to perform well, you know the thing there are these little spaces around the castle a little rooms or little corners and tables, and as a member I can go and just sit wherever and people crowd around and I'll do it, and I'm really so we'll do that some night, please. Would you tell me when I I'll dig up a tie and some some comfortable loafers. You got dress up? Yeah, I was as a kid. I always dreamed about going to the magic castle just address up or the magic don't just 'cause I dreamed about dressing up. My parents would not allow me to dress nicely really well, what was their psychology of that? They, you know it was the sixties when I was born. Okay, sure. And that with. The idea was like, hey, we don't trust people at. Yeah, right. My parents made me wear ratty t shirts and ripped up. Dungarees also ties in belts in shoelaces can be as to hang yourself. Exactly and sure enough when they finally gave in and Gumy appear. Nike's, I tried to hang myself. It seems like you're all of your dreams are coming true. You have a pair of Nikes by the way, Nike well, in the news a little while month ago or so time, and maybe even a month, six weeks or so ago could currently be in the news now for all we know exactly. We haven't checked our news feeds this morning. Maybe we'll get a breaking news in the middle of this. The founder of Nike. I forget his name, fill something ill. It's if Phil, I don't know. It's not really coming off the tongue, but it's not really you feel Nike. Phil now I'm not well anyway, because we're taping this a little bit in advance just in case he died. I am so sorry. So sorry. Let's apologize for the the head of Nike. Phil Mr. fill Bill. It's Phil, Nike. I'm sorry. Nike to step in high whose middle Thomas wait a minute. Thomas middle village from Silicon Valley has been sitting here really enjoying the conversation. What are you doing? Listening to the show just big fan, longtime, shadowy corner. Yet. I, I'm lurker lovelier can say whether it's sex in the city or sopranos. I love all the stuff on your network. Great. Yeah, the real sacks. Yeah, that's going away. Right. Thank God. Did you ever use to like to know that the minute Silicon Valley would end that someone would be immediately jerk it off right after your show, and now they won't be was that the order?.

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"phil mr" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"phil mr" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"From the summertime, streets of New York City live live in the gloom tomb of New York. This is the IM Rappaport stereo podcast. My name is Michael Rapaport. Aka the Gringo Mandingo aka bird aka white, Mike, aka Mr. White folks, aka the Jake 'lamada of podcasting. I'm here with g moody whose last name rhymes with duty young three-time podcast coasts of the year, no doubt we are both in New York City. Where the weather has been unpredictable to say the least, but it's finally cooled off. And we're getting ready to do what we do best, which is talk shit and take no prisoners wall were doing it. I Phil Mr. moody. I feel good. Man. You said I was in New York. I'm in Inglewood right now. Man, I'm on remote. I'm on some other other type of stuff right now. I mean Inglewood how shit I didn't know that. Yeah, had had to fly out man. I'm gonna meet you cats in Houston, but I'm out here cooling right now with my man, cliff love. So we right now are shit. I didn't know that. I didn't know you were in Inglewood. I didn't know you headed out west. Yeah, I'm out here, man. Everything is good, whether it's good, the humidity suck, but it's all good. All right. Well, we'll see you in Houston. The eighteenth Paul wall baby will be in the house. We're gonna shut it down at Houston. That's what we do. So we do best. Just jump into this Tiger Woods tiger fucking woods. Yeah, came came in second in a torn amend. Everybody's losing their mind. Everybody's excited. He came in second and tiger we. We've been, we've been on your ass for about three three and a half years now about what you need to do if you really are about that championship life yet and still you just don't wanna do it. You wanna continue faking jacks, like you're some change man. Happy. He he, he wanted twenty minute. Finally. No, no, no, he didn't win. He came in second, which is remember second place. The only person remember second place is the guy who came in first place. Nobody gives about second place in a golf tournament. Yeah, you hit some balls year. You did great. But are you fucking tiger. I heard an papers on news. It was making a big, big stink about Tiger Woods. So I assumed that he won no telling me because he did good because he did well because it was the best he had performed in a long time. There was a big stink because he's such a such a big star such a transcendent golf star is the only golf star. That's why people were making a big brouhaha. No. Okay. Second place is good for Tiger Woods now they've right exactly. Exactly that that's that's national news that's headline news on sportscenter and on. The sports shows is Tiger Woods is almost as good as it used to be my man until you start skating. You ain't gonna be defeating it till you star. Fucking. Okay. Second, third, fourth places. Where are you going to be looming around? I don't know who you are trying to fool. You're not fooling me. You're not fooling g moody. Okay, you're not fooling anybody. We know how you get down Duke. Yeah, he tried to act all proper, but he was. He was black on a text and he was skating with them chicks at Applebee's. And now second place is where he is in and everybody saying it's so great when a game when the game, let me tell you some tiger stop fucking with Trump and start fucking with them. Applebee's chicks. Okay. You are a triple a. list cornball Duke. Who do you think your full in me? We know your frequent like you must have figured out some secret tunnels you on that El Chapo shit because the only way you got the second place is to be doing some down and dirty ship. But if you really, really want to get back to being number one, you need to go all out. I'm talking about Red Lobster. Okay. I'm talking about Bill Deger's in the Bronx. You need to let let the chips fall where they may cause all his half assing. You're not winning a tournament my friend, yes, you have it once since then..

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"phil mr" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"phil mr" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of nato nato's very important but nato is helping europe more than it's helping us at the same time it's very good for us so we have now got to a point where people are paying a lot more money and that starting really last year it really had a you were there last year and last year we had a big impact again we took in thirty three billion dollars more and if you ask secretary general stoltenberg he gives us total credit meaning me i guess in this case total credit because i said it was unfair now what has happened is presidents over many years from ronald reagan to barack obama they came in they said okay hey do the best you can and they left nobody did anything about it and it got to a point where the united states was paying for ninety percent of nato and that's not fair so it's changed we had a really good meeting today we had a great meeting in terms of in terms of getting along i know most of the people in the room because of last year because of the year and a half that we've been in office year and a half plus but we have a great relationship everybody in that room by the time we left got along and they agreed to pay more and they agreed to pay more quickly go ahead phil mr president philip record from the washington post you tweeted yesterday what good is nato and you've talked about nato as an alliance that benefits europe that defends and protects europe do you see any value of nato to the united states these if russia does it help protecting united states from russia in your view i think it's another very strong ally as together as much stronger than obviously individual countries i think it's the way we have it now i think it's a much i think nato got you know what was happening with spending prior to my getting into office the numbers were going down now the numbers have gone up like a rocket ship the numbers have gone up a lot and they've gone up rapidly and then now going up further so i think nato is going to be very very effective i'm very impressed with and really know and he's a friend of mine but secretary general stoltenberg has done a fantastic job and putting it all together and we were the ones that really we gave him an extension of his contract as you know i think he's done a really good job i think that when i was saying that i am very concerned with the pipeline i don't like the pipeline then when i talk about nato's how do you have nato and then you have somebody paying the people that you're protecting against but maybe we'll get along with the group that we're protecting against i think that's a real possibility as you know i'm meeting with president putin on monday and i think we go into that meeting not looking for so much we want to find out about syria we will of course ask your favorite question about meddling i will be asking that question again but we'll also be talking about other things we'll be talking about ukraine ukraine's was here today by the way and you know it's very interesting to hear what they had to say so excuse me why he may i mean look he may what am i going to do he may deny it it's one of those things i can do is say did you don't do it again but he may deny you'll be the first to know yes go ahead president robert wall with the wall street journal's germans and canadians and others don't come up to two percent what is your fallback position how will you up the pressure to make them actually well they will they will i have no doubt about it they all made commitments and they will be up to two percent it'll be over a period of relatively short period of years okay thank you so much god judging tv pilot strenuous mr president what do you think today needs these are not nacho more support from nato and i.

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"phil mr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"phil mr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"It caused a riot everyone so angry new york feel like one of the best media stories in well obviously people know where i stand and you stand but the funniest thing is they everybody's outraged at getting rid of the drive time show roach had bart scott on it who openly admitted that he didn't watch baseball until last december it's like i'm catching up it's not that hard these are just professional athletes i'm used to study pressure i think it's like you so you never far baseball you're gonna drive time radio show august like june july august september october is just all baseball basically well the good thing is new york's not really a baseball you really need to know it they'd much rather hear you're talking about they much rather hear you talking about giants mini camp in july and you know the yanks race or anything so hey harder sport to catch up too late in your life and try to figure out in the flat than baseball a sport that is so boring that we have to just go backwards all the time and compare things that are happening from a hundred years ago and say this guy reminds me of this guy that's like all and following baseball i mean the the funny thing about this is the francis of thing is is now that show has been elevated the show he's replacing and they've all become martyrs and it's like a martyrdom and when i read all the the new york press about it and you know be able to be film phil mr sunshine mush nick and then do your post to hates everything on the planet you know or or or race met in the daily news it's like they've elevated this show like it was the height of radio wasn't given a chance to succeed if it was working the suits at the fan have told francis of the get lost.

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"phil mr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"phil mr" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"It caused a riot everyone so angry new york feel like one of the best media stories in well obviously people know where i stand and you stand but the funniest thing is they everybody's outraged at getting rid of the drive time show roach had bart scott on it who openly admitted that he didn't watch baseball until last december it's like i'm catching up it's not that hard these are just professional athletes i'm used to study pressure i think it's like you so you never far baseball you're gonna drive time radio show august like june july august september october is just all baseball basically well the good thing is new york's not really a baseball you really need to know it they'd much rather hear you're talking about they much rather hear you talking about giants mini camp in july and you know the yanks race or anything so hey harder sport to catch up too late in your life and try to figure out in the flat than baseball a sport that is so boring that we have to just go backwards all the time and compare things that are happening from a hundred years ago and say this guy reminds me of this guy that's like all and following baseball i mean the the funny thing about this is the francis of thing is is now that show has been elevated the show he's replacing and they've all become martyrs and it's like a martyrdom and when i read all the the new york press about it and you know be able to be film phil mr sunshine mush nick and then do your post to hates everything on the planet you know or or or race met in the daily news it's like they've elevated this show like it was the height of radio wasn't given a chance to succeed if it was working the suits at the fan have told francis of the get lost.

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"phil mr" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"phil mr" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Playing the mouth i got a horn to my lips don't i you have the horn to your lips you jag off but you're not jag off i got business i gotta take care of an kitchen fill this guy thinks he's talking to my booking agents i was trying to help you you're done just go back to seattle or become back to la get back into the news thing you're not playing the horn wait a minute she's up on stage now she comes does on stage so just shut up don't tell me to shut no one can hear me back here do it baby yeah twice on sunday can i tell you some dame what when you when did you get a vibraphone player i wanted to lionel hampton thing yeah oh shut up playing the trump are you really playing trumpet phillies holding a horn up to his mouth and go on whatever you she sounds good but listen phil mr kinda like that last lick thank you knock it off will you please thank you felt you sounded good baby yeah you shouldn't do that man she's singing i'm giving her encouragement she can't hear you man back here all she can hear some face bay selling you're talking about blow the home that's my wife if you don't mind yeah baby yeah.

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