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Fresh update on "philly" discussed on The Slowdown

The Slowdown

00:0-48 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "philly" discussed on The Slowdown

"In Kentucky, horses are everywhere. When folks come to visit, even the young kids grow weary of yelling out horses. Every time we turn a corner on some pastoral vista, just a minute out of the city. I will never get used to them. Those enormous animals swaying in the field. I love them. And sometimes they scare me. They scare me because they are more than me. Stronger, larger, more in tune, but the grass, under their hoofs. Once, where I used to walk every morning, there was a bunch of yearlings in an adjacent field. I'd say hello to them, and they'd keep their distance until they'd slowly meander over, warily. It felt like we both needed it. The daily greeting, the head nods, the sun coming up. The idea that maybe we do this again tomorrow. This thing called living. In today's pulsating poem, we see how the speaker needs to acknowledge an old horse every day. And how that need becomes doubled when trauma occurs. We watched too, as the horse, and the speaker, become almost united in their need for escape. Elegy for Kentucky, by joy priest. Nowhere to drive. Night upon night that last summer. But back, back to the Kochi couple, I was crashing with in their 26 year habit. On the way there, the same horse, always dying at the curve before I turned. Like a kitschy disco ball. Onto their street, name, I can't recall. There she lay, toppled like a toy, figurine, calm, but huffing, a laboring machine making steam. Though the cold air belonged to June, its grief. A Philly done before becoming a mother. Great belly, black, and wide, as old, surrender. And that magnificent face still against the grass, waiting on the end. There she was, every time, whispering something to me, a line, throbbing, a visible heartbeat, I watched in the mirror for hours with my huge horse eyes. I needed to see her. To make sure she was still there. I went the same way each evening, wanting to feel something, to see this once immortal creature get up. Any week thing was welcome to finish me then. And when he came into the room, with bridle and bit on his 26 year high, when he came up on me, where I was lying at that curve in my mind. Arms and teeth numb. I did not resist. Just a muted Yale inside for months before it lit on me like an ancestor. As a child, I followed my grandfather, across the street, behind our House, longfield avenue, backside of the track, where the thoroughbreds for that maze, Derby, were trapped, bored of what they were bred for, all their royalty within a corral. My hand, a child's offering, was empty when they snorted and drew their worn noses across my poem. Yet, it was in their nature to remain friendly toward me. My home did not keep its promise, after my grandfather died. There was no protection for what I was, without him. Lone, black, Philly. Finished before, becoming. She must have tired of standing there. High headed, waiting for me to write her out of that war. To call out,.

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Nets' Ben Simmons booed, loses in Philly homecoming 115-106

AP News Radio

00:23 sec | 6 d ago

Nets' Ben Simmons booed, loses in Philly homecoming 115-106

"With Joel embiid James Harden and Jarvis Maxie out with injuries, forward Tobias Harris picked up the mantle for the 70s sixers in a one 15 one O 6 win. Harris scored 7 points during a fourth quarter run that enabled Philadelphia to seal the victory, Harris at 24 points, 18 to those coming in the second half. The Anthony melted on the 23rd, Kyrie Irvin had 23 for Brooklyn

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"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:16 min | Last week

"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"You're saying happened to show up while something else was actually going was actually going on. Now, Randy alcorn, who was the founder of eternal perspective ministries, kind of blows this whole evolutionary argument out of the water in my opinion. By giving an example, giving a kind of thought experiment, a thought experiment is putting a couple of things in front of you that make you really think. And make you see that it is really transcendence. It's belief in religion that has adoptive significance, and the thing that doesn't have adaptive significance is secularism is non religion, is atheism. So let's look at what Randy alcorn has to say. I'm just going to begin and then I'm going to continue discussing it in the next segment. He goes, I'm going to give you two creation stories. And I'm going to ask you whether it matters which one is true. Here's the first one. You are the descendant of a tiny cell of primordial protoplasm washed up on an empty beach three and a half billion years ago. You are the blind and arbitrary product of time chance and natural forces. You are a mere grab bag of atomic particles, a conglomeration of genetic substance. You exist on a tiny planet in a minute solar system in an empty corner of a meaningless universe. You are a purely biological entity different only in degree, but not in kind, from a microbe, a virus or an amiibo. You have no essence beyond your body and a death you will cease to exist entirely in short. You came from nothing and are going nowhere. This is the first account. When we come back, I'll pick it up and give you Randy alcorn's second account. And the question you want to keep in mind is which account is more likely to give human beings a sense that I want to live.

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"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

04:32 min | Last week

"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Be the most comfortable footwear you'll ever own. Some evolutionary biologists are really baffled by the adaptive significance of religion. The atheist Richard Dawkins says that maybe religion serves the purpose of what he calls wishful thinking, wishful thinking. So his argument is that religion is persisted over the centuries and so many different cultures because people like to believe things that aren't true. And this gives them a certain type of psychological comfort. But this explanation, if you think about it for a minute, makes no evolutionary sense. It's really odd coming from an evolutionary biologist because evolution punishes beliefs that are ridiculously untrue that are you may say, wishful thinking. So here's Steven pinker, the cognitive psychologist. By the way, binker is himself an atheist. He's kind of an ally of Dawkins in the atheist crusade against religion, but even he's pointing out that the wishful thinking argument doesn't really work. I'm quoting pinker quote, a freezing person finds no comfort in believing he is warm. A person face to face with a line is not put at ease by the conviction that he is a rabbit. In other words, what pinker is saying is that yeah, if you have people who like to believe things because they wish they were true. Hey, I'm really cold, but you know I wish I was warm and that's something I'm gonna make me feel better. He goes, no, it doesn't make you feel better. In fact, it gives you the illusion that you don't have to go find a warmer place, and so you're more likely to freeze because you have this wrong belief that you that your imagination can kind of create warmth. Similarly, says pinker, if there's a line about to eat you, your survival instinct should be run. It shouldn't be, I wish I wasn't a human being. I wish I was a bird who could just fly away or rabbit who can run into a small hole.

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"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:23 min | Last week

"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I mean, you can really look forward to a wonderful life that we have in mind for you on the Muslim plantation. But we want something from you in exchange. We basically want your children. We want to sexualize them, corrupt them, pervert them, and this is a great deal. Why would you say no? They went, no. No. Yeah, you know, I think. I mean, and I could just be saying, you know how I feel about all this, right? Sharia and the rest of it. Yeah. But I do think that the Muslim parents are, they really galvanized and made a real big statement versus the Christian parents. The Christians are in the background. I also saw an interesting article and I wanted to do a segment on it about how, in the Muslim community, the initiative. Now you can say this is just patriarchy or whatever. But it's taken by the men. And when you looked at the protest, the Dearborn protest, it was Muslim dads went after the other. And by the way, these guys weren't like, these guys were in westernized dress. They were basically very Americanized, and they were saying, listen, you know, we raise our kids. We raised them in an environment where we want them to be exposed to Islamic values. We want to teach them modesty, decency, courtesy, civility. And then they go to school and they're exposed to these books that are graphically sexual, just downright disgusting, and so the parents are in an uproar. The point I want to make though is that is that in the Christian environment, it looks like it's the moms who step forward and the dads kind of play a backseat. I'm not involved. I'm going to let my wife take this one. But none of the Muslim community, the dads. Well, you know, and it's interesting because our friend Abdul, who drives us to the airport. He was not political and he kind of started coming out saying, you know, I don't like the way that the party is pushing this sexualization of children and the trans issue and all those things. Very interestingly, and totally in Abdul's case in the beginning I noticed that his conservatism was mainly economic. It was about it's about having an honest society as one business. And but now I think he's realizing that there is an assault on the traditional Islamic way of life. And it's coming from the Democrats from the left. Right. Look, Muslims are not a majority in America, but in certain parts of America, there are substantial population. I think that all these groups belong in the Republican Party because they're aspirations aligned with the Republicans. I mean, pretty much everything you could say about Hispanics, family oriented, they want upward mobility. They want economic opportunity. You could say about Muslims. You could say about Asian Indians. You could say about people from Cambodia. And you remember the idea I had about sending those push cards in the valley about having the platform the Democrat platform and the Republican platform side by side so they could actually see what the party that they embraced embraces, right? Well, why can't we do it for the Muslim community? Why can't we do it for the Asian community? Why can't we do it for all the communities that actually have values? Like real values. This is something Republicans again, Republicans have neglected a lot, but this is an area they have neglected. And that is very concrete outreach.

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"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:42 min | Last week

"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Better than this. So John federman basically wants these poor huddled masses to stay on the border. It's a political stunt because they are showing up in Philadelphia whereas it's not a stunt that they stay in Texas. Exactly. And I think yeah, at this point, listen, you say you want them. We don't say we want them. They'll come and over our way, you're letting them in, you say you want them, you can have them. I mean, the logic of this is so clean. And so effective. Yeah. Well, I mean, the honey, we know that they are hypocrites. We know that. I mean, and so does Abbott. And I think he's trying to prove that point. And I think the Democrats are, it's a gotcha on them. So they don't like it. So this is just a political student. You merely trying to score political points. Well, you know what? We are. We are trying to score political points. And it must be working because U.S. squealing with you're like, ouch, ouch, ouch, which means obviously that we kind of burned you. What some of us would do just to be young again, the simple things like climbing stairs, getting in and out of bed, taking a walk, aren't always that simple. Too many aches and pains, but they can be because thankfully now there's a 100% drug free solution to those aches and pains. It's called relief factor. Relief act is support to your body's fight against inflammation. That's the source of aches and pains. The vast majority of people who try relief factor love it, they order more because it works for them. That be loves it too, so you can finally do the exercises she likes, planks, push ups, so stationary bike, all thanks to relief factor. It's been a real game changer for her and for so many other people. You too can benefit, try it for yourself or to the three week quick start for the discounted price of only 1995, go to relief factor dot com or call 833-690-7246 to find out more. That number again 833-690-7246

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The Power of State Legislatures

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:59 min | Last week

The Power of State Legislatures

"Debbie and I have been talking about the power of state legislatures to address issues in particularly election issues. I mean, look at this. Look at the not just GOP dominance in all these states, but it's the degree of dominance. I'm just going to read very quickly Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming. And again, those are the states in which Republicans dominate both houses, but the margins are huge. Look at Wyoming. The Senate Republicans 28. It doesn't surprise me in white. And the house. 55 to 5. 5 to 5. But look at Texas, honey, Senate, 19 to 12 House 86 to 64. So I mean, you're not talking about one seat or two seat. You're talking about decisive majority. What Republicans say in these states go? Yeah. Those.

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Governor Abbott Calls for Investigation of Harris County, Texas

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:27 min | Last week

Governor Abbott Calls for Investigation of Harris County, Texas

"So often we hear about these election improprieties, election irregularities. And then we just wait and nothing ever happens. Now, I'm happy to say this came out from Greg Abbott, the reelected governor of Texas. I'm calling for an investigation into the widespread problems with the Harris county elections last Tuesday. And the allegation of election improprieties in our state's largest county. By the way, this is a county that includes Houston. May result from anything ranging from malfeasance to blatant criminal conduct. So he's going to look into it and he's calling on people to look into it. And this is very new. But more importantly, I mean, I'm glad Greg is on this, but people will say Greg Abbott is a Republican and he didn't like the results because you know Greg Abbott in Harris county lost. Beto o'rourke got more votes than he did, right? However, and as you know, people that don't understand, Harris county is the largest county in Texas. It's almost 5 million voters. So Harris county encompasses all of Houston and a few surrounding areas and that's about 4.7 million people. But the most, I think, interesting part of all this is that the DA in Harris county, who is a Democrat, her name is Kim ogg is calling for an investigation herself.

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The Left Has a Game Here...

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:38 min | Last week

The Left Has a Game Here...

"Thought we'd start by talking about, well, the Trump announcement, some of the kind of one way skirmishing that's gone on between Trump and desantis. And of course, the left egging all of that on, and then finally also Mike Pence kind of weighing in now, I have a couple of initial thoughts I want to put on the table and then see what honeys have you react to them. The first one is I think that the left is they have a game here. They hate Trump. And they hate the SanDisk. But they realized if we can kind of use desantis as a truncheon to beat up Trump, he's the guy we are really afraid of. But if we can somehow knock him out with desantis, then the fight between them that we will encourage will be bruising enough that desantis himself will be wounded. And we're going to end up with our ideal nominee, Mike Pence. Or somebody of that ilk. In other words, kind of someone who's more someone is just more placid, more kind of a nonentity, not threatening, certainly not threatening to the left. Someone at the left goes we can easily beat this guy if by some miracle he beat us, we have nothing to worry about. We would be able to police this guy almost like a dog on a leash. So I think this is what the left is going for with Trump and descent. And they want to fight. Guess who else is on this bandwagon? Fox News. A Murdoch. Right. They actually announced that they are going to support desantis and not Trump.

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"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:22 min | Last week

"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Week or more than a week, week and a half after the midterm election, the result still seems perplexing, we haven't quite put it all the pieces together, figuring out what happened. And we aren't sure how really badly we did. It seems worrying on many fronts. But there are a number of encouraging developments as well. In fact, if you were to say, are we use the old Reagan question? Are we better off than we were before the midterms? And or even flashing back to a year ago, the answer is politically speaking, we are better off. And there's a very interesting there's a fellow who did a little summary of some good things that have happened. He makes a kind of a list. And he goes cheer up. He goes, we're not doing as badly as we sometimes think, or we're not doing as badly as we feel. He goes and here's his list. I'm just going to go through it and kind of comment on it. He goes, Trump is running. So this is obviously a Trump strays excited that Trump is running. He thinks that that is, you know, that brings back the prospect of the Trump era, which despite all the division and all the screaming and even some of Trump's own iras ability, they were very good years economically and very good years, even on the foreign policy front. Number two, Florida completely rad. This is a huge development. This is a state that's been a swing state. In fact, been a swing state going back. Remember the Bush gore election of 2000, which all hinged on Florida, and it was split right down the middle. And it was split right down the middle, even when desantis ran against Andrew gillum, the last time around, and the Santa squeaked out the narrowest of victory. So this is a very good thing, Florida, completely red. Number three, Elon took over Twitter. Now he's mixing here a cultural development with political developments, but they are interconnected, and this I think is a huge development. He's right to list it. Majority and the Supreme Court, very important for really almost three decades. We've had this kind of precarious, which way will the court go? We never really felt any sense of security in the court, but now I think because we have not just a 5 four, but really a 6 three margin with Roberts being the quote swing vote, and he's not really a swing vote because we can actually get a majority even without Roberts. So this is producing legal fruit, very important decisions and more to come. Big decisions coming up over the next several months as well. Control of the House. Again, very significant. Yes, it's a very narrow control. We sort of only just got control, the full numbers will be known, probably in the next couple of days, but we're guessing the Republicans will have three, four, 5, maybe 6 seats. So about the same margin that the Democrats had, but look at the way that Nancy Pelosi with an effective speaker and a Nancy Pelosi is effective from the Democrats point of view. This is why we hate her because she's actually effective in prosecuting their agenda. If we can do something of the same on our side, now the question is, can we? But if we can, then we could use the house very effectively. It's very important to have it. No legislation can go through without now the consent of the House leadership and in fact the House Republican majority. Republicans win the popular vote, not a bad thing either. Because it demonstrates that this idea that sort of we always lose the popular vote.

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Conservatives, We're Not Doing As Badly As We Think

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:58 min | Last week

Conservatives, We're Not Doing As Badly As We Think

"Even a week or more than a week, week and a half after the midterm election, the result still seems perplexing, we haven't quite put it all the pieces together, figuring out what happened. And we aren't sure how really badly we did. It seems worrying on many fronts. But there are a number of encouraging developments as well. In fact, if you were to say, are we use the old Reagan question? Are we better off than we were before the midterms? And or even flashing back to a year ago, the answer is politically speaking, we are better off. And there's a very interesting there's a fellow who did a little summary of some good things that have happened. He makes a kind of a list. And he goes cheer up. He goes, we're not doing as badly as we sometimes think, or we're not doing as badly as we feel. He goes and here's his list. I'm just going to go through it and kind of comment on it. He goes, Trump is running. So this is obviously a Trump strays excited that Trump is running. He thinks that that is, you know, that brings back the prospect of the Trump era, which despite all the division and all the screaming and even some of Trump's own iras ability, they were very good years economically and very good years, even on the foreign policy front. Number two, Florida completely rad. This is a huge development. This is a state that's been a swing state. In fact, been a swing state going back. Remember the Bush gore election of 2000, which all hinged on Florida, and it was split right down the middle. And it was split right down the middle, even when desantis ran against Andrew gillum, the last time around, and the Santa squeaked out the narrowest of victory. So this is a very good thing, Florida, completely red.

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"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

"philly" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

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Giroux returns to Philly with 2 assists for Sens in 4-1 win

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Giroux returns to Philly with 2 assists for Sens in 4-1 win

"Claude Giroux returned to Philadelphia and set up two goals in the senators four one win over the flyers Giroux was treated to a standing ovation that lasted several minutes recognition of his all star seasons with the flyers He set up one of Alex to bring its two power play goals The first of which broke of one one tie with 49 seconds left in the second period Cam Talbot stopped 37 shots and blanked the flyers after Travis connecting scored 6 O 5 into the game Carter Hart made 23 saves for the flyers who lost for the 5th time in 7 games I'm Dave ferry

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AJ on Pennsylvania's 2020 Elections: What a Disgrace

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

AJ on Pennsylvania's 2020 Elections: What a Disgrace

"What we witnessed tonight was, look, let's face it. It was an avoidable mess. It really was. The Supreme Court needed to decide before the election, the rules of how Pennsylvania would tabulate things. His fucking state, all of a sudden, I hate Pennsylvania. I like Philly, but I told you when I drove to Chicago, I fucking hate Pennsylvania. I used to call it shit sylvania because it takes a long to drive through. And it's the most boring state. Outside of Philly, the rest of Pennsylvania throw it out. There's nothing there that's fascinating. It's just fucking trees and cows and bullshit. So the Supreme Court needed to have decided before the election, but the rules were going to be on tabulating votes. If they took this case beforehand, we wouldn't be in this position. They thought they could Dodge the situation. And they obviously couldn't. And now that's exactly what we're meeting head on. I'm happy that Trump's way ahead. He needs to be way ahead because of the fuckery that's going to happen in that state. But what are disgrace?

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Philly Officials Adopt a Last-Minute Change to Slow Down Counts

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Philly Officials Adopt a Last-Minute Change to Slow Down Counts

"They're already promising massive delays, Philadelphia. Politically, one of the most corrupt cities in America, their election board, city commissioners voted two to one just two hours ago to reinstate what is known as poll book, reconciliation, city officials voted this morning to reinstate a time consuming and labor intensive process for catching double votes that will slow the election process in Philly. They're already starting. They're already, they believe me, they're capable of anything.

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Grant Stinchfield on the Electric Dynamic of Speaking to Conservatives

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Grant Stinchfield on the Electric Dynamic of Speaking to Conservatives

"Now what's the dynamic because this is now the 5th city that I've spoken in two weeks. So I was on the battleground talkers tool with Mike Gallagher and Dennis and we did Tampa, we did Philly. We did two other cities. They went on to Pittsburgh. Then we came to your neck of the Woods to Orange County. Outside of Philly, which was incredible with Chris de Gaulle, yours was the biggest event that was almost 1200 people in the Hyatt, and the atmosphere was electric. What's the dynamic? Is it because conservatives in California feel surrounded or is there something in the water is something happening? 8 days out from an election. What's your read, grant? Well, I think you got a bunch of things. So one, you have the same dynamic that's happening around the country and that you have everyday folks that weren't all that engaged that are now waking up to the tyrannical oppression that the Democrats are laying down on the entire country coming out of COVID was a huge wake-up call. Now with inflation and the economy and the country just going in the wrong direction. You got a lot of people waking up. But the one unknown factor about Los Angeles and that area is there are millions of conservatives in and around Los Angeles. The problem is there are millions more liberals. You have probably 5 times or 6 times or ten times as many conservatives, but you still have millions of conservatives in that city. So their voices, they want to be heard and there's really often have to be kept quiet in and around many of the business circles, which is sad because I still tell people try to be bold, be respectful, but still be bold about your beliefs. We don't move the dial at all if we're not. But this is an opportunity in Los Angeles to come to a room with a thousand people that you know think and believe the things you do and you don't have to be afraid of getting canceled. You don't have to be afraid of being laughed at or ridiculed, that you can just come and be with a group of like minded patriots and then listen to great minds like yourself and prager and the others. You know, I think that's why you see the turnout so great and the passion so great.

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Jennifer Horn Talks Hawaii and Gas Prices

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Jennifer Horn Talks Hawaii and Gas Prices

"Oh, it was a great trip to Hawaii. And you know what's really funny. This is not great, but for the people I was in, I was on the island of Maui, and stunning is that when you think about Hawaii you think, okay, they've got it all made over there. The only problem is that they have to pay a lot of money for gas. Do you know the California is paying a dollar more on average per gallon of gasoline than no, no, no, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on, hang on. I've been to Hawaii. So California is the biggest state. The biggest economy in America. And it's a rather large piece. It is connected to the rest of America. Now why is a little island three and a half hours flight away that has to have everything, everything, even the tins of spam have to be flown in or shipped in there. If you know Hawaii, you understand that reference, did I just hit you right? That the little island of Hawaii has cheaper gas than California. Typically when we go to Hawaii because I hadn't been in three years every year I go with the job that I do with my dad. We have a radio business as well. And so they're so kind they send us for a week. Every almost every year over the last ten years or so, and whenever I go to Hawaii, I always go, oh, those gas prices. I can't imagine. Now they're a dollar cheaper than what I'm paying in California. It's ridiculous. They're paying over $5. We're still paying over $6 in California. Help me out, Jeff. I have a job with Salem and I get sent to Philly to ganja downtown. She works for CRN talk and she gets to go to Hawaii. How does that work, Jeff? And don't we have an affiliate in Honolulu, I think? Can you just fix that

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Charlie Welcomes Doug Mastriano Back to the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

Charlie Welcomes Doug Mastriano Back to the Show

"Welcome back to the program. It's great to be back with you. And thanks for having me on. I like the Phillies hat. It's very good. I think we have some Astros fans in the audience. And I don't know how did that ever? Did they ever have to give back those World Series titles? Did they ever have to? Maybe we could start a trend. Yeah, I don't know. Did they ever have to give that back? Oh, Andrew said no, these Andrews, my resident baseball scholar. So Doug, talk about your race, and then I'm going to let it rip about this latest advertisement, which I think is the private part being aired out loud about a coup in the Republican Party to come after. I don't blame Oz for it because he didn't have fingerprints on it, but it was a lot of operatives kind of in his arena, not good. First tell us about your race and then we'll dive into that. At race is going fantastic. We are in the southeast outside of Philly yesterday for three events that the first event we went to in the middle of a work day. It was standing room only in bucks county. That's like a battleground county. And we're going to flip it red this go around here. We've campaigned heavy and Democrat areas over the past couple of weeks and in a near Pittsburgh in the near Philly in Erie, Pennsylvania. And we always get these massive crowds. I mean, we were talking about 600 people in eerie. We had standing room only in an event in a Democrat working class neighborhood outside of Pittsburgh. My opponent went a couple of days later. We had four or 500 people. I couldn't account it. Like I said, standing room. My opponent showed up a couple of days later. And I think he pulled in a whopping 15 or 12 people. I mean, so. That's a lot more than I would have expected for him. They have to crop in, Charlie, so you can't see the empty room. I mean, with us, we just pan the audience. You know, much like what Trump does at his events so you can see that it's real what we have going on here. And I think it's kind of the segue. This grassroots movement for some reason, the establishment is a terrified of it. I don't quite understand what's to be afraid of the people that we say we represent.

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Realmuto, Phils rally past Astros in 10 to open World Series

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Realmuto, Phils rally past Astros in 10 to open World Series

"JT rail Muto's tenth inning solo home run cap the Phillies 6 5 comeback win in game one of the World Series over the Astros Ecstatic to put a good swing on that pitch be able to give our team the lead We did such a good job fighting back there We had the momentum on our side after that fourth inning fourth 5th inning and it was just a big win for us tonight to be able to cap that off ever being down 5 nothing Houston led 5 nothing after three innings but the Philly scored three in the fourth and then real Muto tied the game with the two run double in the 5th Kyle Tucker hit two homers and drove in four runs for the Astros Adam spelling Houston

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The Aftermath of Pennsylvania Democrat John Fettermans Rocky Debate

The Officer Tatum Show

01:41 min | Last month

The Aftermath of Pennsylvania Democrat John Fettermans Rocky Debate

"I want to talk about fetterman, the debate between fetterman and Doctor Oz. I mean, it was a complete meltdown. When I say meltdown, fetterman, I mean, he can't even talk, he needs closed captioning. Like, bro, why are you even running for you had a stroke? And then you can't even interpret the human interactions. I mean, it's crazy. I just think it's crazy. I mean, why are we even having a conversation like this? How have we gotten to a point where fetterman is the only Democrat that could possibly run in Philly? I mean, running a Pennsylvania. How? The guy is mentally unwell. Joe Biden is dead. And fetterman is mentally unwell. Not only can he not interpret the, I guess, human interaction or the human voice, I don't know, he got to read close captioning. He lies. He got up there in line. In an article he said that he was against fracking. Then recently he said he's for fracking. Why can't these politicians just say, man, I was wrong? I speak to my constituency. I go to the community and I see what they want. I see what's necessary for our state. And that's what, and that's what I believe in. So I used to believe that fracking was a bad thing. I educated myself. I talked about constituency, and now I believe that fracking is a good thing, and I will support Frank from here on out. They can't they can't. Just be honest.

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Eagles and Titans look good for Week 8

AP News Radio

01:51 min | Last month

Eagles and Titans look good for Week 8

"Rahman AP lead NFL writer here with pro picks for week 8 coming off a tough week for the four pack but we're 18 and 6 over the last 6 weeks We'll start in Philly the city is fired up the Phillies are in a World Series the eagles are 6 and O and their ten and a half point favorites at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers Coming off a bye the eagles need to regain that momentum a slow start will be enough for the Steelers to hang around and get the cover eagles 27 17 Next we'll go to Houston the Texans are one four and one and only two and a half point underdogs against the Titans who've won four in a row It's a small number for a game featuring two teams so far apart in the standings but it's because Ryan Tannehill is banked up whether it's Tannehill or Malik Willis expect a heavy dose of Derek Henry That's all Tennessee needs Titans 23 17 For my upset special San Francisco is minus one and a half at LA against the rams Nothing about this line makes sense The rams are coming off a by their home and they are the defending Super Bowl champions while the niners are three and four and just got whipped by Kansas City I know the niners have won 7 in a row in this series in the regular season but LA beat San Fran and the NFC championship game The line screams take the niners I just can't do it Rams 23 20 for my best bet Chicago is plus 9 and a half at Dallas Justin Fields played well for the bears in a surprise route over New England on Monday Night Football Micah Parsons in a cowboys present a tougher challenge Dak Prescott has a game under his belt he'll get more rhythm as he gets more time with the offense Cowboys 26 13 for more insight and predictions on every game check out pro picks on AP news dot com

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Jim Schultz: We Have to Prosecute Violent Crimes Again

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Jim Schultz: We Have to Prosecute Violent Crimes Again

"Interesting as an outsider I have been in Minnesota much But that said Minneapolis St. Paul at least from the outside you know I'm from Philly used to be viewed as pretty safe a couple of cities there that were under control And then all of a sudden it blows up Yeah And how do you address that sort of thing Yeah yeah I mean on the wake of the murder of George Floyd we had incredible recklessness from our states leadership They sat on their hands while Minneapolis and St. Paul burned They just sat idly failed to call the National Guard in a timely manner Said messages that it was acceptable to riot and otherwise And now we're living through the consequences of it And so to address it we've got to do a few things And it starts with actually prosecuting violent crime again And I mean we've had this revolving door where criminals are not held accountable for their actions And we can't have that Criminals have to know if you can answer serious crime You're going to spend serious time in prison And right now they don't feel that way So that we're going to do that from the AG's office We're going to actually get back to having consequences for criminals And number two we've got to get back to supporting law enforcement It's just absolutely outrageous The defund the police movement So absolutely reckless And we've got to ensure we're supporting law enforcement making sure they have the resources they need The answer to extraordinary increases in violent crime should not have been to he's on the police It should have been at to ask how much more resources do they need to ensure that we can keep our communities safe So we've got to we've got to support them and we have to right now by virtue of this recklessness coming from so many different quarters whether it be fellows in or you'll find Omar or other far left extremists we've really undermined the morale of police all around the country And we've emboldened criminals And we have to we have to reverse that reset the tone where we're again going to insist that people who do commit crime You could do have consequences

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Tony Bruno Shares His Thoughts on Gov. Ron DeSantis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:12 min | Last month

Tony Bruno Shares His Thoughts on Gov. Ron DeSantis

"Talk about Florida because desantis is a head now. Some polls have him up ten points. So what did you think his performance was cool calm and collected last night? I thought he did really well in his debate. How are floridians taking his performance as governor? Well, it's interesting. It depends on who you listen to. Now, obviously, the media here is also far left for the most part. The major newspapers, they're all the same in every big city, filling my hometown here in Florida. It doesn't matter whether it's Orlando or Jacksonville or Miami. I mean, they're all going to just endorse Democrats no matter what, no matter how bad they are, the same thing in PA and Philly my hometown. But I think most people here can see it. They can see what Ron DeSantis, I think they're mad that Ron DeSantis is doing his job. Imagine that there's a disaster and the governor does his job and does it well and they're mad because the Senate needed a hurricane to show that he's working for Florida. No, he didn't. That's just saying how myopic these people are. How they think that a guy who's doing what he's supposed to do and has done an amazing job in less than a month is somehow a bad guy. And it's a ridiculous.

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Richard Calls in to Discuss Philly DA Krasner's Impeachment Vote

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Richard Calls in to Discuss Philly DA Krasner's Impeachment Vote

"Be a real chauvinist pig now. I'm going to pick somebody to talk to simply because I've been to king of Prussia and it is perhaps one of the coolest names in America. We're going to go to Pennsylvania. It's Richard, king of Prussia. I greetings. I live in Philly and I've been following this krasner saga very closely. Now there's a first tell me first tell me when he gives a press conference. How do the people of Philly respond? What is the media response like? Oh, the media loves the guy. Yeah. I mean, the Philadelphia inquirer in the stations. They love this guy. He's their hero because he tells them what they want to hear. That's the 20% that voted for him. Right. And then the rest has to the rest has to live with his death and destruction. There was a 13 year old girl that was raped at a subway station center city today. Are you serious? Going to school. Go in the school. Center city. I mean, it's incredible. I mean, I lived here all my life. And I will not go in the Philly anymore, except to go to a ball game, which is just basically off 95. All right, so what made you call us today, Richard? Well, krasner is before a subcommittee in the Pennsylvania House that will probably recommend impeachment on Monday. Good. In addition, in addition, the house had Democrat of the Pennsylvania house has cleared her Democrat cohorts to vote for impeachment if they feel necessary. Why? Because he's become such a liability, even to the Democrats. What's the reason Richard? Well, my theory is that the election coming up. They're all going to all the house is going to be up for reelection. And if they're crime is big and Pennsylvania, and their date, they may lose their races if they're looked to be protecting this guy that's just leading blood all over Philly.

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Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Callers Weigh in on What Pelosi Should Do After She Gets Fired

"Myers, Florida. Hey, Brian real quick. I got to ask you a serious question before we have some fun. How are things in Fort Myers right now after Ian? We're on the men's on the mend. Good, good. We've been praying for you guys. I know you really got hit hard. What should Pelosi do now that she's going to get fired? I think she should be the new face and voice of grey goose vodka. Thank you. Not a bad idea. Brian in Connecticut, Brian, what should she do? What should Pelosi be? You know, demographic and Republicans both hate Pelosi. I'm all for her going to prison. Someone's got to serve Donald Trump his food. Oh, there you go, but that's right. They're going to be cellmates, right, Brian, sure. Gary and Philly, Gary, what do you think? What should Pelosi do? Yeah, hi. You have to take care of Paul Paulo. He's obviously his alcoholic she has to take care of him. Sent him to clinic and watch him. All right, thank you, sir. Kathy and Brooklyn, New York, Kathy. What's a good job for Nancy Pelosi, post Speaker of the House? She should join the witches in Salem, Massachusetts. And role in the show, I love herself into this, I don't want to say it. I don't say it. You're going to get, you're going to get yourself in trouble. Mark and North Carolina, how about a job for Nancy Pelosi, Mark? Yeah, I think she ought to rewrite the movie, The Wizard of Oz, that way she could play the part of the wicked witch of the west. I got in trouble once on Fox News because I said that there should never be a bucket of water near Nancy Pelosi and people were like, oh, you called her a witch, Bill and Naples, Florida, what do you also got hit pretty hard by Ian? Hey Bill, how you doing? What should Pelosi be after she gets fired a speaker? I think watching her clean in her own denture, she should take hers out and put other people's dentures in her mouth and clean them with a bit old tongue.

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"philly" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on Doughboys

"And I actually thought that was. That was pretty decent. I I didn't they ask to put mayo on it. Which to me already is a bad sign of if you're getting village takes any if you're getting steak and cheese. I'm never put in may on. I just let because they say. Do you want lettuce tomato and mayo on it. That's what they're asking no. I don't want lettuce tomato and mayo on my steak and cheese to me. That feels off. That feels weird. That doesn't feel right to me but that was that they were pushing it on each sandwich. I'm far from an authority on philly cheese steak. In fact i've i've been to philadelphia one time. And that was on a dope boys tour and we went to rita's water ice and and wa wa. And that was my entire phil eating experience and then how to deal with fucking philly fans win. The drunk est audience award. It's amazing that we had we were in detroit and a fan got on stage and it's still. The philly crowd was drunker than that philly philly philly fans were were very very very drunk. Derek of witch. Because sometimes we do going little segues. Do you remember the the saint patrick's day that we spent together. You remember. this is a long time back. Where where we now. I got to remind me more saint patrick's day. We were at residuals bar. Oh my gosh do you remember this. And you're there and you were there with jesse plans. I don't know if you remember this but yeah your girlfriend. At the time he was my girlfriend that says this is his dog. Yeah but we are all hanging outside of Outside of residuals. We're in residuals for big saint patrick's day celebration. Yes i used to go there all the time. Because i used to live right there. My apartment was right behind it. The the birth. The birthday boys'll sketch group. I was in their house like the house. The main hub was like right around there. I was with evan susser. Commissioner of this podcast. A few a few a few people were there. Were there with us but It was it was a great night. Yeah and that was great. I always i mean that is a historic bar. And i wanted to take a residual there is that i believe it still works. You have a ridge residual less than a dollar. You get a free drink. I think yeah and they. They used to put him on the wall. I think i think it's still does have that gimmick and i've wanted to go there to to give a lower the for a for that's it sounds fun. Yeah because if you and a assume a lot of listeners understands but you know may just in case you familiar like like a. You'll get a physical check from if you out. If you worked on something that rears she'll get a physical check for it and sometimes it will be an insultingly low amount. I've literally got them for one cent before like a stack of like eighty checks for one cent and So but yeah if you take one of those one of these checks into that bar. You'll get a free drink as was discussed. Nice gimmick. i think clemens used a breaking bad residual for like six grant to..

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"philly" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on Doughboys

"Unlike other famous foodstuffs of disputed origin like say the french dip fit conception of the philly cheese steak is pretty cut and dry brothers. Pat and harry vieri invented the held nineteen thirty-three after sizzling steak on their hot dog cart. Pat's king of steaks still stands today drawing tourists in with the gravitational pull of a black hole along with its across the street rival gino steaks who concedes the sandwiches origin but claims to have perfected it but perhaps the individual who's made the most money off of philadelphia's most famous export next to ben franklin has no tangible connection to the city of brotherly love born in seoul south korea and later emigrating to columbus ohio at the age of thirteen whereas mom operated restaurant to support the family. Charlie shin grew up around the food. Service industry and himself worked in. Restaurants is a student at the ohio state university after a chance. Detour resulted in a trip to philadelphia. He fell in love with. Its we slice steak sammy and went to work home. Brewing zone varietal. Opportunistically spotting cheese steak sized void in his college towns off campus eateries in one thousand nine hundred six still junior shin convinced his mother to fund his sandwich shop giving a generational boost to the american dream according to a forbes profile by grace chung hsien said of his mom's loan quote. She didn't know anything about the sandwich but she trusted her. Only son end quote and that trust proved to be well placed as shins concept was an immediate hit with the buckeye student body and soon grew into a chain clustered mostly at food courts today with over six hundred locations this franchise doesn't claim to have invented the phillies steak like pats or to a perfected. It like gino's but this ohioan by way of soul is certainly evangelized spreading his version across the globe. Like johnny philly steak seed and proudly trumpets itself as the number one cheese steak in the world this week on dope boys charlie's philly steaks.

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"philly" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on The Pulse

"Help protect the most vulnerable during the pandemic especially latinos. There you talk about how patients do better. When they're practitioner speak their language and understand their culture so all these things were just lining up as a requirement for their city contract. Philly fighting cova was supposed to offer testing to underserved populations usually that meant black. And latino communities where testing rates were low and kovic rates were high so far though they had only set up at the fillmore which is mostly white gentrified neighborhood. This was where jose thought he could help. He was really impressed by the dedication of these college students. Some of them had taken semesters off to do this. They worked so hard many of them for no pay and were able to be quick and nimble in ways that larger organizations like hospitals just couldn't be philly at its core right. These undergrads had these people that you would never think that necessarily would be able to stand up what they're doing and they're doing it so the underdog story was pulling me when i would describe it to people that's what it was. He felt like the groups energy combined with his expertise would mean they could actually get things done a remember one of them telling me you're like you're the piece were missing of making this work. Meanwhile philly fighting cova ceo. Andre russian was inching farther and farther away from the day to day operations of testing and was angling to get more involved in the city's plan for vaccine distribution the next step in getting out of the pandemic he'd made contacts at the health department from his testing contract which he then used to.

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"philly" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Is. What are you going to give back for. Benson's simmons might start the season on this team but he will not finish this season on this team. I believe and you know that the rumors are the mortgage is waiting to see what happens with dame lillard and i would say this if you dame lillard alongside joel embiid. You have a much better shot of winning the east. Then if you have been simmons alongside joel embiid mitchell rose. Why are you so upset. We not doing net. We about let me tell you. Something if the philadelphia seventy sixers with their roster and their assets get on the telephone call portland trailblazers about dave lillard voicemail and people. Don't even listen to voicemail these days. You getting tame from portland to go to philly. There's a chance you may be able to get. Cj mccollum like dame's in the same category as joel embiid. These are two of the top eight players in the whole league that i i don't see that deal remotely taking place. If especially if. I'm the portland trailblazers. I think it's very important. The seventy sixers have joel embiid on this extension for four more years however as you mentioned with the nets and what they have and with the bucks and what they just did. This is not a top team in the east. They're going to need to get something back in a simmons deal. They're going to need to retool re up in order to get into the top two of these. Because i don't see it happening with ben simmons or anybody not named dame lillard back. Ben simmons jalen rose we have an update on one of the most important stories in the nfl. That is the health of the quarterback of the dallas cowboys. Dak prescott here. Is mike mccarthy head coach of the cowboys.

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"philly" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"Well exactly. it's like okay. This is the way it should be right. You know but You know i. I'd rather take a trae young not shooting well then You know this guy you're paying. How many millions is this man. Getting thirty three million dollars per year. Ben simmons not shooting and not shooting because he's missing no not shooting because he is missing but also but he's he's just not shooting shooting it. Like charles and commitment. He literally had a open layup slash dunk and passed it to a teammate. Who was being covered double coverage under the rim. I possibly could have made that because nobody was near me. I'm five foot ten on a good day. How how. Oh my goodness gracious. You know so. Many so many things to be said. But i i think philly as constructed are frauds. Yes we all knew this and we all know this as are. The process has failed all knows francisco. The process has failed they failed. They got one guy that was it. They got one guy joel embiid and he can practically make it into the playoffs healthy so they got maybe point seven five of a guy throughout that whole process and they have not. They haven't even made the eastern conference finals. You know so there's one there's so you. They failed in their roster construction. They failed in their drafting right with only one guy to show for it and there are other big guy that they paid a ton of money for is. I'm loving the new. The means that are coming out of this with the the whole like the shanghai sharks basically they're going to go to chinese league him and Ben simmons and cal. I've forgot who else. Yeah exactly aren't going to the chinese league. And i love all all the means. There is showing of Lebron bausch and way there's like this these guys the big three for the shangai sharks ooh charles. Charles there's another reason. Why philly lost a certain doctor that we're talking about Give the stats give the stats before lose it work. Let's see doc. Rivers is writing on the laurels of a two thousand and eight championship. Remember two thousand eight. It's been a while and that's it that is all he has been doing and establish veterans. Yes with with with a three hall of famers. Let's okay three hall of famers. And i know you know you can say oh. Works will strive that well has been back to the and he's he won multiple. You want to with those guys doc. Rivers couldn't even run it back. Couldn't even run it back. Ok couldn't even run it back all right. Got to a game seven. That's fine but the eric's bolster has done better more finals appearance more. Everything doc rivers has been a heck. let's just say sense spoils. Well we'll give him. Let's give okay fine. Two thousand and ten got to game seven aright five games on on the finals against the lakers. Sure okay. we'll give you that that little bit just that little bit but since then Where have we been. Where have we been doc rivers. How many careers have you wasted right. The twilights of kevin garnett paul pierce and ray allen. The chris. Paul poor chris. Paul blake griffin against the audit jordan. Sure kind of yeah. Kind ea andrei door. Yeah koiwai for one one season. Think right so so. There's doors for another paul george in. Yeah wasted all of that then head on over to philly philly giving your contract to this man..

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"philly" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"I was going out from the generation of guttural. Saying yes sir. What about sick tall me and mrs. it's joel kitty. Read man lord chick like this soon fan. You never did the same kef. I want thumb bowels with here vessel classics. J. favorite come on day favorite gotta be teddy is got to be chetty means you can turn off the lights one of my favorite. Oh love and harold melvin and the blue notes radius seven two part loaves of ever took all miss. You all right. We'll have more of to be our right. You're listening to morning show The only thing better than brandon all night for your side hustle. Is your roommate. Picking you up with mickey. D's breakfast the perfect pickup deal. Bear the deal for every morning at mcdonald's right now tastes breakfast perfection when you get a warm and savory sausage mcmuffin with egg for just fifty price and participation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal what is like to give up everything for a life completely devoted to god. I'm eric lance and i'm a journalist and the host of the new podcast. The turning the sisters who left. I spent over a year. Researching mother teresa's catholic order the missionaries of charity. I spoke with former sisters who worked closely with mother teresa. They talk about her bold vision and devotion to charity and prayer but some of them found that life inside this fiercely. Private religious order was not what they'd imagined. The order was wired that you had very little time to think. You're only getting input from one source you isolated from everyone else. That's what i mean by brainwashing. You could not have a friend. This was specifically prohibited. If you've got to close some somebody it was really your playing with fire. If you make lifelong vow what does it mean to break it. Listen to the turning sisters. Who left on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"philly" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"philly" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Guy's radio show welcome back to guess radio show. If you enjoy the show please consider supporting us on patriotic just gonna patriot dot com slash beer guys patriots. Get cool perks like beer. Swag and commercial free episodes. Now let's get back to philly beer week and fargo bar christina. We want to talk to you a little bit about as we mentioned in our new segment earlier in the show and we talked about on last week. Show there's a huge reckoning craft beer right now with issues of sexism. Racism just inequality and philly loves beer wasn't impacted by some of the recent Accusations or stories that were shared there. Can you tell us about what's changed. Philly loves beer and what's going to change going forward. I mean i want to say that. Obviously you know as a woman in the industry. I feel like this is a long time coming. We all knew it. These issues had to be addressed. And i'm happy for a lot of things that came out of cova so what was also interesting. Is that when you kind of. Start looking for okay. What's out there already. What can we kind of follow code of conduct or guidelines and things like that. There's not a lot out there right now so we acted pretty quick in philly. Loves beer board got together and created a code of conduct and also event guidelines. We knew we wanted to do before. Philly beer week permitted worked over the weekend and we got it done in a handful of days. So it's on our website now and you can download those as well. We want everyone participating in philly beer week to know what we're expecting their events and we also feel like these materials will be really good. You should have code of conduct in your bars burglaries. You'd know what to do as well so it's not just philly beer week. This is a good thing for you to have as a business you know what. Put myself out there and say that. There's something i know i have done. I've been at burris. And i've been hanging out with my friends and i'll be talking with someone talking with a female employee of the brewery and some little say she's brewer and i know for a fact that went. Oh before like i. I'm surprised. I do not mean disrespectful. In the least. I don't mean to but i know that with the challenges that women face in the burri industry it can be taken as you know. Why are you surprised. I'm a brewer. There are there other intangibles. Are things that maybe you don't realize that you can think of that. Are something to keep an eye out for. You're right it is just like that little surprise. I think a a really annoying wants to me when a server or bartender tries to then explain the beer to me. I haven't asked. I've just ordered it straight out like oh you know that has like that's a sour beer right like i'm good this right knowing one. Yeah yeah the company that owns beer guys. Ready to one of our owners is female Becky smalls gsa. But there was a local beer bar restaurant here. That said any time any of you are in the area. Please stop by. We'd love to see a. She reached out and said she was in the area. She stopped in her and her boyfriend and she asked can. I speak to so-and-so the manager there and he came over to the table and immediately started talking to her boyfriend and she said all. I'm with beer guy's radio and that and he's like oh okay and went back to talking to the boyfriend you know and becky knows as much if not more about anybody. She's a hose no bruce. She's expressed frustrations without in the beer industry. Recently that it's just even something to civilised trying to like you said trying to order a beer and someone explain it to you. I mean there's certainly people who deserve to be called out for things that they've donner what they're over the course of time. I think that one of the good things as it's bringing awareness like you said you didn't realize that you may be saying something that might be slightly offensive. I think it's bringing awareness that people. Wow okay the should be. This is on me as well. You know so. I think there's some good things that can come about from that aspect as well. There's certain big things we all know are wrong. Even the people that are doing them no they're raw at the time. Honored by some stuff that you know that. I'll look back on and be like oh can i could've been sure not intended but Yeah it's it's something maybe you've picked up over time be over the many years you've been alive. Things were different in. The past are different now than you know affects how you behave. Yeah we'll christina. Thanks for talking about it. Sharing what philly love beers dawn and we're hoping the the industry as a whole can move forward. Get better the human being. You can do it the little things that are harder. Yeah like changing that there are. Women brewers like. I'm a woman who runs a beer organization right now but Yeah i mean sadly we're learning that they're just like not. There's a lot of like really creepy people. Additionally yes be better human. You know if you don't on the flipside of that. I have tried to be positive or we have to have female. Brewers minority brewers everybody on our show. You know so the things that i think about. We tried to do the best we can. It's the things that. I sometimes don't think about that right. I can slip up on. Yeah i do be mindful of moving forward. Sure absolutely trying to do better each time. So something. I saw the in the course of looking into this There's a a safe bar certification. What is this. What is it safe bar rich do you. I know you looked into it. Did you want to explain that more. It's a program that this company a. I'm not sure if their local affiliate if there's a a War but they'll come in. They'll go over possible scenarios. They'll go over things you need to focus on things you need to pick up on cues. Maybe you'd miss the kinda. Make sure that everyone who is a customer and employ. Everyone is safe and everyone feels safe. So it's it's something that i think a lot of us can do. There's a few bars of did it already. There's a bunch more that are gonna do it. I'm sure that myself included. We're looking to see how we can get them here to kind of go over the training whenever they have you know. I'm sure they're inundated now because people are aware that they need to do these trainings profit. So that's kind of what it is. It will help us as a white male. Pick up on things that i may have never noticed before you know that that maybe someone someone's giving me that hugh that i never picked up on that just like we were saying here. Sometimes it may not be met that way but that doesn't mean it's not offensive to someone. It's true so what are some things. Do you guys have some ideas. And some things that all venues can do to ensure that they're both safe and inclusive to all people who want to go there and have a good time well. I think that you should know who's working there. You know like. I think it's important to know who the staff is. If there is a problem.

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"philly" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Follow. The beer guys on facebook. Twitter and instagram boy escalated quickly. I mean that really got out of hand fans now back to the guy's radio show welcome back to show wanna give a quick out to one of our great radio affiliates. Ww dc hd. Two one zero four point seven. Fm and one zero one point one fm in washington dc catch beer guys radio on ww dc. Every saturday at five pm now. Let's get back to philly beer week and vargas bar philly beer. Wake wake yes. Okay very well. That's what happens after beer week. You drink too much. You have affiliate beer. Wack against that website is typos your idea. Right there was an idea but it's a bad idea. We're very proud of our track record of giving bad ideas every show. I've heard some of them. Thank you thank you. thank you very much. The event to like people liked to have like you gotta go out with beer. Yes of event that has been the closing event of beer weeks of the past like i don't even on the years. That's all the todd the tide. Okay the total unnecessary. Drink that i get you. I get you the last night of beer week and you shouldn't even be outlets. Yeah drinking at that point. And it's you feel a little proud and a little embarrassed for the people that show up to that event. Always exclusively industry right. No one else ever shows up because they have no idea how fun see th day and that's philly beer wake just after the eleventh day of the week really. It's just something else. Yeah the well. That's one thing. Brian noted earlier. Like you call it a beer week but you're already out of pocket right out of the gate. So have you been to philly we. We say we'll watch out so i just learned to philly word recently. Gosh john yeah. I yeah it means like this thing here or something like that is that right means anything. Anything sharp john. We'll get that john about this john here okay. John trimmed up. I saw an instagram account. I think it's called sam boehner's and these guys do sandwich reviews like the go hoagie reviews and they go around and they're like check out his john right here. I was like what is so. I had to google and find out what that was a definition for john. I think it said it can mean literally anything can be this thing that thing or whatever so and i watched a few more videos and they may use it. I saw one guy like he made a gravy sandwich and he caught it john and this other guy. It's philadelphia is basically a smart village. They just john instead of smurfs. We'll thing john. John's all right the Yes so tell us more about philly. John week so christina. What does it take because we talked a little bit on. Break here that Atlanta's struggled with their beer league. We've struggled to have a good cohesive beer week We try to fortnight that incorporated some other cities. We have good little bruins centers in athens savannah georgia. But we just couldn't make click right. So what's the key to a successful beer. We dedicated industry like the bars and restaurants and venues. That's what we're truly makes beer week. It takes a village truly takes the entire city. And that's what's super cool. And i think that's why philly is so strong in that sense because everybody does something for it. I'm just the coordinator of which isn't the easiest job is totally post ovid. It's just right now but yeah. The bars and restaurants are fantastic. They're super jazz to always do they look forward to it and obviously we hope this is true this year. It's agree moneymaker get people out. We always try to encourage people like you don't have to know about the year. Just come out and and drink are actually occurred someone. Today he drinks beer but he's like an amstel light guy. And i mentioned you know. Philly beer lives in philadelphia. So i said going out the philly beer week you said when is analyzing it's coming up and pay attention to. What's i told him of. This show was going to be about philly beer week. So shout out to patrick. Go out and drink some philly. Beerman drinks year man with it. See it varga. See that's right. I think probably the problem. We may have had here. Is we had an organizing people that tried it. Mandate what was going to happen. I get the feeling with philly. Loves beer that you kind of just let people say hey. We're doing this and then you say all right great. We're going to help you know promote that is that kind of it is just let people do what they want to do. In a given period of time. Just say hey. We're doing this week. What do you wanna do. basically. I'll explain it from my point of view and then i can tell you how he kinda runs his so philly loves beer affiliated Usually kicks off with john. Event called opening tap. And it's about seventy breeze. We keep that one local. And then it's about fifteen hundred people. It's an indoor event so it will not be happening this year. And that's how it's kicked off in philly looks. Beer runs that event. And then we'll have a few other events that are specific to philly. Loves beer like we do art on beer which is different beer can arts and labels and things like that will pick six different worries panel forum kind of discussion so we have some marquee events but then yeah places like ara will just be like. Here's the ten things i'm doing. Okay that could be. This is our beer week. What do you got going on because over here we tried to introduce structure. You know certain days certain regions. And i think that's been other attempts to control the thing. I think you got to let people participate the way they want to participate. That's kind of the feeling i'm getting. That might be what they're doing right that we haven't in the past historically done well here. Okay radically just my thoughts on your thoughts out there. It's easier for rich to tell me what he wants to do. Versus me like. Hey you know this. That for aleki knows way better than i do. Breweries are venues. Do they pay to be promoted as part of philly beer week so in the past. We were membership base. You know back when life was good but getting in you know industry was like we decided to do a membership structure with levels and it worked out again because you were year round with us. So yeah you. If what you're doing during beer week we'd be going to your events and we would be parole them all year round. Makes us this you. Obviously we cannot charge breweries and restaurants to be in. So we're just doing our best with the little money we have and we're still going to pull it off but it's a little different. i think. Riches idea if you wanna survive this christina. Thank you need to buy a bar. There you go. That's the plan there. So i got a. That's okay you know christina. One thing i think is kind of key. Is your with philly loves beer full-time how much time you personally spend coordinating and promoting the beer week now. Normally about this time. I would have about five other people working with me so cashiers very strange but we start like opening. Tap itself is such a large event that we have to start planning very early. We've already locked down. The venue were at the fillmore in philadelphia. So we've had a contract with them. Twenty twenty twenty one twenty two and so now we've pushed it. It'll start twenty two twenty three twenty four gotcha factor so from an article. I read about this that you were quoted in you said that events should engage entertain and educate the people who are involved in it. What's an example of an event that does all of those things rich events..

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"philly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"philly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Philly were asked 10 questions about the Derrick Show VIN trial. Some felt that this Was bias that there was a strong bias against George Floyd in the line of questioning. Some of the questions ask students if Derrick Show Vin should have been charged with murder if he did not directly kill Floyd, citing that he had drugs in his system. One question asked. How do you distinguish between a police officer who was a jerk and one who was a racist? Another asked show Vin did not follow protocol had a neon Floyd's neck way longer than necessary. Floyd was resisting arrest. So why is show Vin still considered breaking the law through negligence? Explain I have. I don't feel like those questions are particularly leaning. One way or the other point is the point is to get these kids to think about critical thinking absolutely and explain, because it is hard for some people to understand why an officer could be charged in the line of duty and To explain the nuances or the in this case, not so nuanced differences between acting in the line of duty and killing someone I think is not a bad Exercise. I agree with you guys, but I feel like the way that the questions were framed. Maybe had this teacher taken them or from the perspective of literal lines from the trial or something like that she wouldn't be under the criticism. That they are right now. I can see that. All right. There's a D A in San Diego County, and I feel like it's just story after story about district Attorney's this particular one, though, has moved to lift all gang injunctions..

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"philly" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"philly" Discussed on The Lead

"So michael. The year after. Kobe and the lakers beat the sixers in the nba finals. Kobe comes back to philly and he seems excited to try to reconnect with his hometown. Fans the all star game in philadelphia in. It's like a dream come true for kobe. To be home to be an all star to be at the top to be a champion a two time champion. No less at that point going for three in a row. He wore his dad's number. Twenty three throwback jersey imon everything to him and so he knew he was gonna go out there and put on a show in front of his hometown fans at least we thought were hometown fans and he scored thirty one points. One all star game. Mvp tonight with thirty one points. Five rebounds and five assists the star of stars of the greatest players in the world was in two thousand two. Mvp kobe brian hobie is holding the mvp trophy in fans are loudly. Booing him they are blowing him to the point where they wanted him to know how much they disliked him and he was crushed. Mona's are on our is out there trying to play and have a good time. Also i heard talked to people who said that after the gain at kobe had to be consoled because he has such a deep affection and love of philadelphia and appreciation for philadelphia. He knows that everything that he is a basketball player because of philadelphia and he wanted to give philadelphia to show any did and i think for the rest of his career. It always deng. He was rejected in the most public way possible. And despite it all you know koby really did love philly. Even when philly didn't love him back yeah he did because he's still have family here he's still came back so something he never deny you know. We still have the eagles when they won the super bowl years ago. You know he cried tears of joy mark in the last public <hes>. Images of him. When last time. He's out publicly at a basketball game. In the lakers game. He was rocking a of eagles. Nick calf he loved this place. And i think it meant a lot that in his final game in philadelphia with the lakers. He got cheered six where he won the title. In ninety ninety six number twenty four hobie made the announcement that that was going to be his last season before he played his final home game until serbia in everyone will say. It's not a coincidence. You know because. I think that you know he knew. His journey for basketball began with philadelphia in that. If he could start this. This retirement tour there. I think it meant a lot to him. Make that announcement and <hes>. The fans really responded that night. They gave him kobe chance. He got a standing ovation. And you can just see us really choked up you know. He beat his chest and like blew a kiss to the crowd. Because i think it meant the world him it took twenty years. It took twenty years to happen but the philly fans finally gave him the love that he really just hoped could be requested.

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