35 Burst results for "Pj Tucker"
"p j tucker" Discussed on WEEI
"Plays into how hardened place do you think we will see a different style from James Hardin is one thing to have to play 82 games and then go for the playoffs. But right now He only has to play eight games and then go through the play offs. Do you think this weight gain is bent? This weight loss for James Harden, beneficial or detrimental? Uh, this is a classic. We're all going to decide. In hindsight, James Harden has a history of playing really hard in the regular season. And looking worn out into the playoffs and for him to drop this way, You know he had to work very hard. By all accounts. He's been one of the hardest working players during during this hiatus, and this could go either way could be Oh, he's in good shape. Now that stamina is going to be up. He's not going to get worn down in the play offs. You know he could be. He stole glimpses of it being a far more effective transition player. Then he is like this could really unlock parts of his game. Part of the game that would work really well with Russell Westbrook make them complement each other, even better. That could really work well or could be. Oh my goodness. He overworked himself during the hiatus, just like he overworked himself during the regular season chasing MDT award than is now worn down and whatever the results are, that's how it will be judged not based on how it looks going in. Where do you Ah Where do you look at the Rockets Right now, when you consider the moves they made around the deadline and the number of guys who they had playing just beating P. J. Tucker, basically with one arm. Half the season Now they've had time. You know, Hardin has been banged up. Russell Westbrook hasn't played back to backs P. J. Tucker been dealing with shoulder injury. Where do you see the Rockets in the grand hierarchy of things going into the N B, a restart? They to me are the most interesting championship contender there. Not in that top tier championship contenders. That's the Lakers Clippers and box But in that next group you can throw it seems like the Celtics. Maybe the Raptor. Plenty of teams in that group, The rocket. They're dangerous. They've got a style of play that so distinctive. It's a tough matchup for pretty much every team. They they impose their style on because they're very good at that. They were coming together for a while once said, Hey, Clint Capela, worthy emphasizing you. We're not using anything at all that looks like a traditional center ever. They developed their style. They were sent home and then they ran out of gas. They were so tired because it's tough playing that way. It's tough asking, you know, older player like Tucker to do all the work of playing center to being the defensive went for being the sense of Winston. It is so much on the plate of so many players on that team. And it didn't seem like they had enough thatyou thought when the season was going normal, OK, maybe they're just conserving some energy. Now maybe there will be able to turn up in the plans. Or maybe that's it. Maybe they won't be able to get it back. So I think this hiatus probably was good for them. Overall, I know hardens a little differently descend the discussion on him, but the team overall, especially P. J. Tucker, I got to think this is good for them. They don't have that very top talent like the the Lakers, Clippers and Bucks, But they in that next group. They are dangerous. They're wild card. Dan is the Siri's that we all want and need. John Moran versus Zion Williams in for the right to be the eighth seed. That would be a lot of fun, right? I mean, I do think we're headed toward a plane in the West. I think that's most likely probably not going to get one in the East all lose a decent chance. But, yeah, that would be a lot of fun, though There are two teams and two players who are young or intriguing who I want to see more up like I think you're a basketball fan. What a treat that would be to get extra game or two from those teams. Dan. I'm going to say a bad word. When it comes to the end before Tank. The Brooklyn Nets are not goingto have Katie or Kyrie Irving. They're also not gonna have Ah, couple other players who've come out. Take a look at just the positive so they're not They're not going to play. Are the Nets, who look if they don't make the post season. Actually get to keep their first round pick are the Nets a team that could or maybe should Tank, eight games. You know, I I heard crazier ideas. It's unfortunate that the incentives in the N B a R so often to take and I've got a problem with it all the time. I think this is the worst kind of tanking. Everybody focused on the the 76 years, but they were kind of thinking is what happens like that where you're in a season. You find out you're not going to achieve your goals, usually in a normal year. That's just making the playoffs. Once you go into the season, high hopes, no matter how bad you are, and once it turned out, you're not going then you pivot into tanking. Seems to it over and over and the Nets would be doing a form of it. And I really think the MBA needs to change its rules. Changes incentive, so this doesn't happen or at the very least, doesn't happen as much because all the trouble that we talked about what we're talking about. The Marga wrote that all the trouble that teams are going to that players are going to to make this campus event in Disney world happened. Everything players who are actually going have to put themselves through being away from their family. Unpleasant corona virus testing, not playing doubles, ping pong and all the other extreme restrictions for them to go there just to Tank. What? What? An indictment of the N B. A. That would be because you're right. It does make some sense. He's Dan Fellman. He covers the MBA for pro basketball talk and NBC Sports. Follow him on Twitter at Dan Feldman, N Ba Dan Appreciate your time, Brother. Enjoy your fourth will talk to you soon. Thanks for having me happy for Dan Fellman, NBC sports with us on the hotline and coming up next. It was 18 years ago yesterday when this W W Hall of Famer won his last Title. Pushing.
White couple who pointed guns at protesters blames "angry mob"
"AA couple pointed guns of protest is unlikely to face charges, Law professor says, And it was funny because Rob sent me the story. I recognize the law professor's name because he was one of my law professors. When I was in law school back in the early two thousand's. Now you actually have that your law degree is from ST Louis, right? Louis University? Yeah. John. Ayman is the guy's name, and these two are being vilified on by the way. The ri. This is really important because the ST Louis Circuit attorney Kim Gardener, she is a really radical person, and she is It appears dead set on trying to find something to charge these these two with But your buddy, the guy who and by the way, you're such an upstanding citizen, a man of the law. How could this guy be anything But right, John Ayman said. This quote They have the open carry laws in Missouri that allows them to have their guns in public. We have the castle Doctrine says You can defend your house and your lives and your property and we have the law that says you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat. So Here's pretty cut and dry right there. These two did nothing wrong and the McCloskey's told the protesters. Hey, you're on private property and you're on a private street. Now people log on privacy. It's all the time and Professor Raymond said that does automatically give the home of the right to threaten you with a weapon. However. If the anything were brought against homeowners, one might consider something like assault because you'd have to because you have a protester there. And what happened was the protesters broke down the gate. And trespassed on private property. Now it's one thing to just be in the subdivision looking for home. Hey, I'm going to Rob's house for a cookout or whatever, because it's fourth of July, right because it's like an open subdivision, which you can walk and you see these all the time they're all over central Indiana. There's nothing wrong with that. But a gated communities a little different, right? And even if even if you were let in the gate You Congar to the house that you're going to and you know, And you and your fine though the problem here is the fact that this was not the case. This is a case where protesters tore down the gate. And went on private property. And the McCloskey's Who, by the way, both attorneys too, By the way, you guys are everywhere. Yes, we are like Roaches got all over the place. They said Hey, you know, they have no idea what these people were going to do when they're going to attack their home and under the No. Was real off in the castle doctrine. You can defend your house. And your property and you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat because whether going to go run indoors and lock the door and have the protests got to know you don't get to do that. All right. So we got two clips here. One is from Tucker Carlson last night, And this is Mark McCloskey talking about what happened a little play by play and the fear that he and his wife felt for their lives. Take a listen. Well, Chuck, you gotta You gotta understand my house sits right on the edge of a road called King's Highway on our private places. Portland place where my wife and I were preparing to have dinner, maybe 70 feet from the gate. By the time we looked up, we saw that the march is coming down. King's hiring getting loud. We looked over at the gate. And there's no police. There are private security wasn't there. Nobody's down. I look over and my wife and I see all these people outside the gate and the gate bursts open. People start coming in and then Ah, flood of people start coming in. They're angry. They're screaming. They got spittle coming out of their mouth. They're coming toward the house. And you know I'm June, the second of this year, the protests in downtown ST Louis went violent instantly. People looting and violence and writing. I watched on live TV, the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis. From the moment the first window is broken. Throughout the looting process. Call. The fire was started and then tell the fire fully engaged the building. And nobody came that entire time I looked over my wife and I said, Oh, my God, Er, absolutely alone. There's nobody here to protect us. But there is the same night Retired Police captain David Dorine was murdered. When I saw that mob come through the gate With our rage and there and there. Anger. I thought that we would be overrun in the second. By the time I was out there with my rifle. The people were 20 or 30 feet from my front wall. I'm gonna low wall that separates the house from from my front yard. And so I was. I was literally afraid, and that within seconds they would surmount the wall. Come into the house, kill us burn the house down and everything that I've worked for and struggled for for the last 32 years. Tucker. I lived up what? Sigler's County a nice secure neighborhood 32 years ago, we moved into the city and took on a project or a storehouse that nobody else wanted. And you know where we were urban pioneers in those days and we've been there which sense working hood to build and maintain the same clothes and this and this very historic neighborhood. I did. I saw it all going up in flames in my life destroyed in an instant, and I did what I thought I had to do to protect my heart, My home and my family. That was Mark McCloskey willing Tucker Carlson last
Netflix to Invest $100 Million in Black Community's Financial Institutions
"Joined today by Bloomberg Entertainment reporter Lucas Shaw and Lucas Netflix is pledging $100 million to help black communities in the United States. Where is this money going to go? Do we know It's going to go to financial institutions that in some way lent money to or support black communities. A lot of institutions will be black owned or Or black lead, you know, One of the 1st 1 is Hope Credit union whose CEO Blackman and Bill Bynum, another $25 million is going to the Black Economic Development Initiative, which is a new fund that's gonna invest in black of financial institutions. But the big goal here is to try to take out of some of their cash and give it to institutions that can help facilitate investment in black communities and that the initiative was inspired. In large part by theory of research on the racial wealth gap on how much less capital a lot of black Americans have access to than the average white Americans. For example, besides the benefit of the direct access to money that these communities will now have What does it say that a big companies like Netflix is doing something like this? You know it send the real signal to a lot of the other big companies in the U. S. And around the world. This is the second pretty significant action that that Netflix our CEO Reed Hastings has taken Reid Hastings. Donated $120 million of his own fortune, historically black colleges and universities and I think that was really hoping that this particular commitment will inspire other companies to do the same because Netflix compared to some of the other big tech company has a relatively small amount. Of cash on hand. It's got about $5 million right now. That sounds really big. But then when you think about the fact that companies like Apple have hundreds of billions of dollars in cash, and they're bound sheet if they committed Tio investing some of that money or shifting some of that money Into some of these other financial institutions. That could really be a huge benefit the black communities across the US well, and then that makes me wonder how much weight does Reed Hastings carry in the tech community? I mean, the fact that he's done this Is this likely to inspire others? He carries a lot of weight. I have to say, you know, he is somebody who is very well respected by his peers. He was one of the co founders of Netflix. Prior to that, he found it a couple of other tech companies. He used to sit on the boards of both Facebook and like a softy with the biggest tech companies in the world, and he is really somebody So I think it's seen as one of the leaders in that community that being said he is a little bit of a lone wolf. He kind of he does keep to himself to a certain extent. On doesn't put himself out there in the same way that that may be a mark Tucker Berg does he sit. He has very specific causes that he focuses on me spent a lot of his adult life. Investing money and education, which is why his personal investment in the HBC use without a shock. But you've seen him come out pretty strongly following the death of George Floyd and kind of position Netflix as as a leader trying to invest in black communities, and if if that's going to be a place that he puts his time on energy and money, I think he'll probably push a lot of his peers to do the same. Lucas. Not a lot of time left. But is he doing any work at home if you will, because Netflix doesn't have any black executives. Yeah, it's the 3rd 92 at Netflix really does have to improve its own diversity, especially senior leadership position. None of it really is a black. It has one black board member. But that is something that executives the company acknowledge. Must be worked on in the years ahead. Lucas.
"p j tucker" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Be able to dio in three or four years will be the better pick. Do you think he'll be in a CE? In three years. In fact, Antonio's among a growing number of N ba people, and this is a border from 2000 three's ESPN article talking about this draft class who believe the more interesting question Is whether LeBron James, the presumptive number one pick will be better than military. Five years from now. A lot of people are saying James is good. There's no doubt about it. And then D'Antoni goes on to say the Yugoslavian kid. Darko is going to be the better player. That's tweets that age sport. You know what's really funny is to think about D'Antoni and how far he's come out. He doesn't even have a seven footer on no, and it's weird because that's against his style. Even 03 No. That was getting into the sun's here with Steve Nash, where they're just rip running the floor. Up and down. He's the small ball. He's like the king of the small ball that he is totally flipped his strategy on its ear going from. Yeah, that Yugoslavian kid that's seven footer. Gonna be an ace in three years. Tio, I have P. J. Tucker as my five Because I don't believe in anybody taller than like 66 Incredible. D'Antoni. That's one that you'd like to have back. I would imagine. He's probably hoping like, why did those come out? Alright. Thought I thought I got away from that all. Why were they leaking out again? We continue to go around the room here on a Friday night. Biggest cell. Biggest dub in about 10 minutes. Where he'd taken smells this week. Where have you gotten some personal victories? Go. Text those in 8778811053 but Solve this today actually heard this today We got the audio for you. Kevin Durant was on a particular podcast. I'm not sure which one It was, but they asked them now course Kevin Durant had the Corona.
MLB Draft: Best Picks
"The best answer for this. Whose career is a major league? Baseball may well be over. He headed over to Japan for two thousand twenty. We'll see harvey no Adam Jones Jones. I think Adam. Jones was viewed by a lot of people as a legitimate. Star Star in baseball during that good orioles run where he made four consecutive, all star teams from twelve to fifteen. I don't think history is going to be kind to the perception that he was a star. Top thousand eight thirty nine. Oh P. S He was never an on base. Percentage guy is career. Slash lines to seventy, seven, three, seventy, four, fifty four. He's GonNa. Finish with fewer than his about thirty two wins above replacement Like Great Leader and it was the face of those orioles franchise, and may have been their best player in individual years never once ranked in the top ten in position players League wide a wins above replacement now one time. What about here's a name. What about Dan, Uggla? I don't know that like we view Dan Uggla. Like a star player at the time. I think what year like win was it? The thing with Uggla is that he debuted like a like a Bat Outta Hell with twenty seven homers, and there was going. GonNa say he hit like fucking. Thirty homers foot the first four years, five years, or something shows twenty, seven, thirty, one, thirty, two, thirty, one, thirty, three, thirty six. I think the thing with other. The one caveat is that everybody knew because he didn't debut until age twenty six that the. The run was never going to be a dairy right, yeah! And that ended up being very true, I mean. You know even the area at thirty six home runs, which was a career highest first year in at L., is dropped one hundred points from the year before like the the decline happened, it happened really fast. Anyway interesting question. Who is your? Who is your guy following the NBA draft? I know none of us are experts and I. Don't think anybody listening thinks that we're experts on college high school players, but let's so that we can claim that we were correct. I can make fun of Dallas for being extremely wrong later on. Let's plant our flag on a guy. Who is your guy from this draught? Shit. I mean I'm just GonNa fall back on the guy that we drafted the as. Purely because he's from my neighborhood. Tyler Soderstrom, okay, left-handed stick yet, not a catcher out of Turlock California no the best part about busy plays the catcher position, but his raw athleticism We'll probably see him land. That's frankly wherever he would like. Yeah, that's an incredible. That is really well done. a guy who does TV for team I got one nick bits go. Nick pit skill. That's go. He was the He was raised pick. He seventeen years old. He's he's. He was kind of like the. The track man advanced number spin rate, darling sort of thing. His track record extremely brief. What's what's funny about about that? Is You know like he sent out at somebody's sitting. I think he sent out a tweet or like you said something you know what posting my rap Soto, numbers and Blah. Blah Blah Blah Blah and there's
BlackLine and LOOMIA
"You, for the kind introduction and I was so excited to speak with theresa and Fatty Day, because evolve have big. Businesses and I find that sells is something that can be really hard to hire for and really hard to learn. A lot of my background is on the product side so. We can make prototypes. We can get things out there. We can handle inbound, but when it comes to having a really strong smell strategy including hiring a sales voice. Something! That's been been tricky over time, so I wanted to have this conversation to get as much advice as possible about how you went about finding your sales hires what you looked for any challenges you had along the way. I love it awesome. This is my favorite kind of conversation so many ideas Matt. Let me ask you a question, so maybe can you describe it in like a minute so that we can maybe give you also some specific advice in your case, so how many? How many customers you have today, what is the enterprise sales cycle? Look like how long did it take? What's the average customer take? Do you have any sales reps like? Can you paint a little bit of the picture? Because maybe then we could actually give you some specific like actionable things out of this. So our team is very small and we're four people and we just brought on. To people went to help kind of conscious and sales. I'm in another person to help execute in sales, but there's not somebody who's full. We wanted to kind of test and see. What we liked to get a handle of this situation, we have about six customers or so are we generally sell to large businesses, and especially, because the product that we make is very hardware focused. It was really around the beginning of last year we were able to get to market in a meaningful way when we were able to have samples were like this. Versus like imagine what you could get. Rich is a really different process to last year. We say on a few fortune one thousand companies. This year we're hoping to bring out a few more, but as he mentioned as. Her and I do most of the sales calls, and at some point for these really high attached cells processes. It really doesn't scalp very well, so I think that in the past we felt a little burnt by certain sales hires, and so we're trying to think okay. How do we re strategize everything about this differently? In order to be able to hire better, and because I think for the company to grab, we definitely have to have to have someone. Well. Let's turn to our expert Therese, Tucker. What's your advice to Mattie? Mattie I like you don't come from a sales background. And I definitely made plenty of mistakes in the early days and I have to tell you that the first really capable sales leader that I hired made the difference between the company succeeding and failing okay, but before I found him I definitely went through a number of. Different attempts at trying to find the right people, and it's difficult, because people that are in sales can talk a good game right just about all of them, and that may or may not translate in terms of. Performance now with that you have to think about the kind of sales culture that you want I did not want a sales culture like some of the other software companies that I've worked at you know there are certain software companies that have reputations for people, basically just brawlers. They grabbed the prospect, and they throw them on the ground and stomp on them until they get a deal I've had a few of those okay again. That's not something that necessarily comes through in an interview, because everybody's on their best behavior in an interview, so you're GONNA WANNA. Look for proven success. You're going to want to look for culture alignment in terms of the culture that you're setting for your company. For your early sales. People I would suggest that you do options. A really good salesperson can work anywhere I mean they really, can't they? They've got all the options in the world right I mean in. Actual you know they can go anywhere. And so why would they come to a small company that may or may not succeed in a new market. So, what is the carrot to get somebody WHO's really good? And, typically that would be stock options that gives them tremendous upside.
"p j tucker" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Big Interview
"Hello and welcome to the chiefs on Model Twenty four I'm todd overlay over the course of this edition of the big interview series, I'm speaking to C. Suite leaders from industries, big and small about not just cova nineteenth impact, but also where the world of business heads from here today we speak with the editor of the Sunday Times Emma Tucker from her south London home. Tucker joined the Sunday Times in January this year. Year just cove. Nineteen was creeping towards Europe, and just in time to chronicle the case Patchy response, the newspapers explosive investigation into the government's poor management, made for an impactful start for the new editor in chief, but with Prince Future uncertain at best how Tucker aimed pushing the legacy title forward plus why? Sunday journalism still so important and why Horace digital media to enhance, not replace print is key to keeping things alive. I'm and I'm delighted to welcome Emma Tucker to the chiefs. Of. The begin view, and before we start, I should disclose as well Amer. Tucker also used to be my former editor at the financial. Times m very good to talk to you. Of course who've been chatting back and forth over the past few weeks, but great to have you on the line. I just wanted to start by getting into and and really giving us a feeling for what you inherited course you are. You're at the Times before, but then you walked into this newsroom at such an extraordinary moment, so I took I. Have The Sunday Times the end of January by February. The papers started to be dominated by this thing that was coming at us from China this pandemic. And Grudge! If you look at the papers, they were more dominated by the story, but my big recollection from back then was the almost complete absence of the prime minister halfway through March. I was talking to the head of news and one of us, said the other ones said you what the hell was going on. What was really going on in for was the prime minister. What decisions are being taken? It just struck me that you know this would make a really good read. Barnaby particularly revelatory, but it was just one of those good bits of. What we call a tech talk of what happened and who is doing what win. We're lucky..
Tucker Carlson criticizes Trump's response to protests
"A lot of people think that tell Donald Trump should be doing more publicly among his supporters conservative fox news host Tucker Carlson not cracking down harder on the people he says that the president should be doing what Americans want most right now is an end to this chaos they want their cities to be saved they want this to stop immediately if the commander in chief cannot stop it he will lose in November the left will blame him for the atrocities they encouraged and some voters will agree Donald Trump is the president presidency the country's that's their job that's why we hired them it's that simple Carlson says this is a test of the trump
Stung By Twitter, Trump Signs Executive Order To Weaken Social Media Companies
"President trump has signed an executive order that could end the federal liability protection for Twitter and other social media companies Florida congressman Matt Gaetz telling fox's Tucker Carlson tonight it's the right move big tech buys off Congress so as to maintain special privileges that local newspapers and television stations don't enjoy that's why the president's executive order today is one very important next step because if we just wait around big tech will steal this election from Donald Trump and from the American people critics call it an attack on free
She Gets Calls And Texts Meant For Elon Musk. Some Are Pretty Weird
"Hello it's hard enough to keep telemarketers from picking our cell phone so you can imagine what life must be like for someone whose phone number used to belong to a celebrity entrepreneur with a huge following Lindsay Tucker is a twenty five year old skin care consultant from San Jose California and on any given day she says she gets at least three calls meant for Tesla founder you on musk Tucker says he never even heard of mosque into a couple of years ago when she started fielding a steady stream of texts and calls intended for him because her phone number used to be registered to him and that volume of calls is on a good day if musk makes news or causes controversy she says her phone blows up and while fielding all these extra calls can surely be annoying it can also be interesting she says one person called her volunteering to go to space with SpaceX another person sent her a blueprint for a bionic limbs wiles
Declassified Susan Rice email shows Obama team discussed Russian dealings
"Well on the occasion last week of the first tranche of the classifications by acting deny Richard Grinnell that provided some detail on all of the unmasking requests that were made by all of the various Obama administration personnel as it pertains to Michael Flynn and perhaps others Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley the two centers in Wisconsin and Iowa respectively want more details more a documents declassified because they have more concern that perhaps the surveillance that was being conducted by Obama administration officials predates operation crossfire hurricane on that occasion last week John Brennan former CIA director took to his safe space and M. S. N. B. C. and had this reaction this is also going out and saying give me everything about Michael Flynn absolutely not and quite interestingly the number of reports so we're in December sixteen and January seventeen that were declassified by Richard Grinnell I was surprised at how many dates and reports that were there then what was the ground should do is to declassify and release the contents of those reports in terms of what's the individuals were involved with but what he's doing now is just releasing the names of individuals who again were carrying out their authorized responsibilities shin director Brennan he's getting there yesterday to classifying a email from Susan rice that seems to run counter to things Susan rice was saying in public from a national security perspective president Obama said he wants to be sure that as we engage with the incoming team are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia rice wrote call me said he does have some concerns that incoming NSA Flanaess speaking frequently with Russian ambassador Kislyak Comey said that could be an issue as it relates to sharing sensitive information president Obama asked of Comey was saying the NSC should not pass sensitive information related to Russia to flan Comey replied potentially adding that there's no indication thus far that Flynn has passed classified information to kids they act but he noted the level of communication is unusual potentially we should not pass sense of information to the incoming president incoming national security adviser is that properly or or fairly Radisson body trying to insinuate his way into a counterintelligence operation against general Flynn well that's what Susan rice memorialized in an email here's Susan rice back on March twenty second of twenty seventeen just a couple months into the trump administration in a sit down on PBS with Judy Woodruff what she had to say about what she knew do you know anything about this I know nothing about this I was surprised to see reports from chairman Nunes on that count today fresh off her performance in the Benghazi a misdirection cover up however you want to describe it we get this from Susan rice I really don't know what to what chairman Nunez was referring but he said that whatever he was referring to was a legal lawful surveillance and that it was potentially incidental collection on American citizens and I think it's important for people to understand what incidental means that means that the target was a either a foreign entity D. or somebody under criminal investigation and that the Americans who were talking to those targets may have been picked up well Devin newness has since revised and extended his remarks so perhaps is in rice would like to do the same for more on this we're pleased to be joined by Fred flights he's a former CIA analyst now president CEO at center for security policy former Deputy Assistant to the president into the chief of staff of the National Security Council thanks for joining us again forget it good to be here about what Susan rice said in twenty seventeen verses what Susan rice memorialized about this January fifth twenty seventeen meeting well wishers lined clearly she knew that there was electronic surveillance of general Flynn what this comes down to what is the intention of B. bomber stretching from the top from president Obama not to honor the very important principle of our democracy and that's called the peaceful transfer of power under that principle the outgoing administration cooperates fully with the incumbent won eight daughters the the will of the people turned over the keys to the officers tells all about farm policy mission underway gives them all the intelligence operations and intelligence they collected they don't withhold information from the incoming president and Tucker offices to use this information to investigate the next administration to undermine it it's really very serious violation of our whole system of government if they had concerns about general Flynn they had to tell the next administration about it cook told president trump and vice president pence and call me if needed later said he was held information twelve Attorney General sessions about Russia also this is an effort by an outgoing administration to undermine and destroy any incoming
Tradition endures, with a few changes, at Matthews Cafeteria in Tucker, Atlanta
"Tradition is on the menu at a beloved Tucker cafeteria which just found a brand new way to serve it up and survive the pandemic Matthews cafeteria owner Michael green credits wife Jennifer the idea to mark the sixty five year old Tucker institution into a makeshift drive through we got a five foot by ten foot sign they put it up on two by fours he calls the result unbelievable we're serving four five hundred people a day through that Dr Matthews just re open for dine in and green who misses hugging customers calls it good for the collective soul I think this is the most satisfied I've been probably since I started doing this for a living Annika waters ninety five point five W. SP
"p j tucker" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"That it's never over like there's always something around the corner but right now developing and stuff for from for different platforms until. I'll see where that goes and some development and also I'm finishing of a post on DC SA- Girl Girls Nice Song. Yeah it's such a pallet cleanser after doing these dark heavy movies. I love that show. I think that's I mean kind of stepping in to help because of different things but I really into the crew is amazing. The the show itself is Great. Because I'm like I'm in DC. And so I didn't get to really partake with that show and I'm watching it and I really have come to love it because I'm like wow this is DC as much as anything. I've worked on as much of anything. That's come before it is its own corner. Dc Honors two characters in its own way and true the characters so I hope fans on sweeping on it. 'cause it's a good it's a great show. I think a lot of young girls are dressing up as soon as I hope. It's not just young girls because if they watch it clare carefully enough. I'm talking about this current generation. Yeah it's it's really clever. Kinda DART at its. It hits my Batman. Braving the boat buttons which is Li-. I kind of you know when they asked me. I was like sure I love. You know it it kind of the same James such a pleasure. Congratulations FA fantastic. Can you've given us some movies that I think are going to be that? If they're not already talking to be considered classics as years. Go I thank you thank you. Thank you very well. Don't forget to get jail. La Dark Apocalypse war. It's available wherever you get your content and the best part about it is you can get the digital version and the hard copy as well. I'd like to do book till next time. This is Tony till auto. Thanks for listening that man and you're listening to Sifi Talk..
Los Angeles - Newport Beach mayor blasts California gov's beach closure order
"Newport beach California the mayor there says closing the beach is about politics not data the mayor William o'neill was on with Tucker Carlson on fox news last night and he says the the governor Gavin Newsom close forty three miles of Orange County beach not because of data but because of politics he said at a local hospital we have four hundred seventy five beds they've never treated more than twenty five people at any given time and yesterday they had nine people that were being treated only one percent of the ventilators are being used nothing to do with data everything to do with
"Play It Again Sam!"
"Drug became famous giving away free ice water but now that we work here. We can put by plan into action to make a fortune. It's very simple. We just have to take these cups and just then Dr. Steve was interrupted by the owner of Waldrop himself. Tad Houston all right. Y'All sit here. Yes Sir Mr used it. What did you say your name was again? Billy Bob Mr. Houston I'm Sally. May's older brother. She was awfully sorry she got all tied up and couldn't make shift but I told her I'd feeling for a while. I appreciate that kind of spirit boy. I'm just wondering why you had to wear her dress will. This is the store. Uniform is not it is but owner. Mind look we're about to open. There's already a line of people outside eager to get in your man in the Cup station. Right yes sir. All set excellent now went. Wait a minute what is that. What's what that thing standing next to you there. Yes you whatever you are sir. Why that's a that's a Jack local. Of course they thrive pretty well around these here. Power Jag. A that gives me an idea. I wonder if I could make a big statue of a to oops are the doors are open gets in with those cup has a throng of thirsty tourists. Pours in through the front door of wall. Drug are here on void prototype Dr Graham their fateful roebuck opinion. Ships land that time and space ship near the store. Remember Dr Grant. We don't want to go to seen. Dr Steve is apparently secured some form of employment at Wall Drug and we much foil his plot without letting anyone know from the future. I got Dr Floyd good thing. We have these period costumes. Yes poses a typical American family of the time stopping by to get your water. I'll be the doctor. Ub The sun and guess chips. You have to be the mom because the week in the dress will cover your more robotic. Tapert good now. Let's go stop. Dr Steve. Heroes Enter Wall drug amid a sea of tourists lined up to get their free ice water us by Dr Steve at the Cup station and hide behind a pickle barrel to watch what he's doing or four cups blue. Go Surf Floor Cups. They are tan sands apiece. So that'll be forty cents. But I thought the water was free. Oh the ice water is free. Yes Sir cups at ten cents apiece. Oh I see well all right. Here's forty cents. Thank you sir. The ice water whale is right over there fidget. Put these in your coin purse cheaper. Dr Floyd you see what he's doing. I sure do grant that no good. Laos is charging for the cups. That was never part of Ted. Ted's vision. What are we going to do when one thing we can do? What does me? I didn't shave. It was coming from this barrel. Our hero spoil the LID and spy a young girl bound and gagged in the barrel. Golly Tucker Floyd who is this is supposed to be employees. Dr Steve Ambush to get that ridiculous dress. He's wearing here. Let me take the bag off. Are you okay fan? But when I get my hands on the guy who did this to me isn't going to be fine. You said it sister. Just sit tight here for a second. I've got a plan. We'll get him for sure. You've got it Dr Greg. Follow my lead. Sure thing Dr Floyd Sallie Mae Swings back down into the barrel s Dr Floyd Dr Grant and Chips Approach Cup station. Good name my good man. I would like to have three cups for myself my wife and my son certainly sir. That'll be thirty cents. Thirty percent is water was calm down. Please there's no reason to get upset up shut. You promised me free. Ice Water remains free willy. But the cups of ten cents apiece most underhanded Dang I've heard of a bait and switch techniques. This one takes the cake taking advantage of poor. Tour's surreally really. We can settle this problem without shouting. What exactly is going on over here? Billy Bob you see Mr Houston this gentleman. Ralph what's going on over here? You're advertising free ice water yet. You're charging ten cents a cup Sir. You must be mistaken. We do not charge for cups. Everything about the US. Water IS FREE. The asked the water the cups. It's all free. Employees tried to charge me ten cents for each. Billy Bob is his true will sir. I thought that was the kind of thing. That capitalist like yourself would won't see we've already made over five dollars. Let's get something straight. I am not a capitalist. I'm trying to give people something they need. And if they buy something in addition to that well then that's fine. I truly believe anyone can succeed if you reach out to people in need. Now give me that money now. I'm terribly sorry sir. Here are your free cups. Is there anything else I can get you on the house? Of course my son would like a pickle of course have him go. Pick one out. Golly THANKS MR HOUSTON. I'll get one from this barrel right here. Not to grant goes over and lifts the top of the barrel and out pop sally. May's tapped me up. Stir address and Miss Beryl. Is this true? Will you see that? Would you do that to your poor sister? Not My sister I mean I mean. Well she is. How's your sister? A I have a feeling I'm being hoodwinked ear. Oh Sam just then from behind the panels steps like huge gorilla. Who STUMPS OVER TO MR HOUSTON? Sam I would like you to relieve this charlatan of Sally's dress and throw him and his Jack Elope out into the street. All those in the store singing samna piano blamed guerrilla grabs Dr Steven one swift motion removes him from selling as dress. Leaving is underwear. Nice boxers there billy Bob or should I say doctor Steve Louis. I should've known grant opens the door for Sam as he hurls Dr Steven Vigil after Landing Dr Steven. Hi Taylor back to their time and space ship. I'm terribly sorry for all the trouble. Sir. Don't mention it. You've got a great place here and I see a big future in appreciate dad yeah. Someday I'd like to expand it a bit. I've always wanted a big backyard. Someday Mr Houston Some Day. Come on grant son. Let's get back on the road. Sure thing dad come on mom. Can I borrow the car Friday night? Dad Get on the ship. Can I borrow ten dollars? Go get on. The ship are heroes returned to their ship and blast back off into the time and space. Trim has Dr. Steve learned his lesson. We'll have to continue chasing him throughout time. And just what did you think about having to wear a wig?
Beloved Detroit Tigers star Al Kaline dies at 85
"The the the NFL NFL man draft announced known to be conducted as its Mr all decade in a tiger virtual team for format has the passed twenty with tens away team personnel at the age and working it's of headlined eighty from their five by homes the same quarterback all in a memo the things let sent like the to the previous thirty alkaline two decade teams spent and if Tom twenty commissioner two Brady seasons Roger Goodell with the Tigers the outline Packers to procedures this Aaron day Rodgers he for holds the April also the club was twenty named record third as a for quarterback the twenty regular fifth season traffic games Brady the played guy was that one at of include two eight thousand no unanimous group eight gatherings hundred selections thirty four it also the others well said that were as Aaron the three competition hundred Donald ninety von committee nine Miller a home group JG runs of league remain what executives Adrian a career came Peterson high to the decision for Joe those Thomas who have worn the draft marshal originally the Yanda Old was and English scheduled Justin D. to be Tucker held in Las K. line Vegas spent Brady's most but now of his the former NFL career canceled coach playing bill right all public Belichick field events where also he last helped me the month the Tigers team as a for safeguard the second topped against straight the cardinals the decades corona virus to win the nineteen his predecessor several sixty teams eight Pete World general Carroll Series managers was the had other just sought coach days a delay before in his the career draft other ended citing notables in nineteen an unfair included playing seventy Antonio field four brown but the Carolina owners Larry push fitzgerald clips for the the draft three rob thousand the NFL's Gronkowski hit biggest plateau offseason Richard he Sherman event was inducted to antero take into place the home as Reavis scheduled in nineteen I'm eighty Josh on Rowntree time I'm Danny Merriam cap
8 unanimous picks for All-Decade Team include Brady, Watt
"The the NFL NFL draft announced to be conducted its all decade in a virtual team for format the twenty with tens team personnel and working it's headlined from their by homes the same quarterback in a memo let sent the to the previous thirty two decade teams and if Tom commissioner Brady Roger Goodell the outline Packers procedures Aaron Rodgers for the April also was twenty named third as a quarterback the twenty fifth traffic Brady the guy was that one of include eight no unanimous group gatherings selections it also the others said that were Aaron the competition Donald von committee Miller a group JG of league what executives Adrian came Peterson to the decision Joe Thomas the draft marshal originally Yanda was and scheduled Justin to be Tucker held in Las Vegas Brady's but now the former NFL canceled coach bill all public Belichick events also last me month the team as a for safeguard the second against straight the decades corona virus his predecessor several teams Pete general Carroll managers was the had other sought coach a delay in the draft other citing notables an unfair included playing Antonio field brown but the owners Larry push fitzgerald for the draft rob the NFL's Gronkowski biggest offseason Richard Sherman event to antero take place as Reavis scheduled I'm Josh on Rowntree time Merriam
UN - 85% of new infections, deaths coming from Europe and US
"Time deaths from the crown of virus continue to climb as the outbreak spreads in the U. S. and Europe for the very latest we're joined live by Bloomberg's John Tucker good morning John Pennington fatalities around the world are nearing nineteen thousand as infection surpassed four hundred thousand here in the U. S. there are fifty five thousand cases and eight hundred deaths nearly half of all the infections are in New York state meantime in Florida the National Guard to deploy to airports degree flights from New York the guard is mandating travelers from the state to self isolate and asking for information on where they plan to stay other visit I'm John Tucker Bloomberg
Dan Patrick says he is willing to risk his own life to allow economy to resume
"Republican Texas lieutenant governor Dan Patrick telling Tucker Carlson on fox news that the elderly population which he falls under who are at high risk for the illness we'll take care of themselves but that preserving the economy for their grandchildren should be top priority I want to you know live smart and and and see through this but I don't want the whole country to be sacrificed with business is severely limited or hurting because of social distancing restrictions president trump now proposing re opening the country saying the cure can't be worse than the
"p j tucker" Discussed on The Free Agents
"The Rockets Russell. Back the corner P. J. Tucker one point six left to play eagles trying to get it in having trouble by Donovan it's tough. Gd credible work there including PJ Tucker's three in the corner which looked to be the game on the call. There are pretty damn confident about it but Bogdonovich who was having a brutal mate too. That's the thing it wasn't one of those games. Where he's like he'd already hit five or six threes. He was at that point. One six from the floor and he was surprised he was back in the game. If I remember correctly and he just hits like this basically a thirty footer. Twenty nine footer. With two rockets in Hardin and Tucker I mean they are coats all right all over draped on him their blankets their shawls all over him and he somehow gets that thing to give the jazz one. Fourteen thirteen win. If you're looking for big shots made in your clutch time for a game to really count. This is the one because like we said bogey obviously is the game winner. Tucker obviously hits the presume game winner and not too much further before that Robert Covington hits his first big shot rock like he'd played another game before that but he had a big three from the wing where he's wide open you're thinking wow they're looking good no way. They're going to blow this but boy on. Just chuck it up. It's a tough shot and it's all net but I don't think the jazz get there. If not for Jordan Clarkson who was incredible in this game he he. He's really thirty points. Mitchell went for twenty four and six assists. He was good down the stretch as well. Maybe that's why Bogdanovich was thinking. He wouldn't be back in the game because those two were kind of taken every shop for the jazz and it was working out. But Yeah Jordan Clarkson Kinda help save the jazz this season there in the middle of it and this was a fun one to watch back because it's all makes it feels like yeah and that's exactly why I wanted to put this one. The this Bogdanovich game winner over the the one I mentioned an honorable mentions against the bucks because the rockets there did catch fire down the stretch like they make this game And you said the Covington shot the Tucker shot all that and then look that shot second spectrum data calculated the percentage the probability of that shot going in considering two guys are right on 'em and maybe foul him even twelve point six percent probability. I almost thought was high. Seems like he is like flicking it up two guys right there but he has an for hitting these things despite having a rough night and this one's a so there you go bogdonovich this and look. I think this one is helped to by the fact that there's a bit of a rival between these two teams. The jazz had been knocked out eliminated by the rockets last year playoff series. So there's something there to these are two teams that could be in the playoffs if we ever get the playoffs again Later this year always a possibility. So a big big win there for the jazz and just an awesome awesome game winner. Mind Boggling especially love that the rockets broadcast is thinking? It's over with J. Tucker definitely you don't want to say that that's the Salami and cheese on the source could pull it out there all right at number six November twenty third two thousand nine hundred ninety. Trae Zach Levine. Leads a miraculous bulls comeback in Charlotte need a shot? Lisa points quickly Sodom. Thirty two cents here. Bits Stopping Stacey King telling you to stop it. Wow this one is also mind boggling to go back and watch it's what you said previously like. How do they still win this game? Because the Bulls trailed by eight with twenty two point eight seconds to go in regulation down eight. You know less than a one possession really to go. They managed to go on that eight to two run. Capped off by the near Buzzer beating. Game winning three. By Zach Levine. There was a little bit of time left. But this is the F- You Boylan game from Zakho. Right because Levine finished with a career. High Forty nine points. He hit a career high thirteen threes thirteen three D. At twenty seven in the fourth quarter which is like a few short of Michael Jordan Franchise. Record so okay. That's pretty amazing. But this was like twenty four hours after Boylan had benched. Zach Levine in the first quarter. I think it was against the heat. Because of lackadaisical three three just defensive mistakes if I'm not mistaken and this is honestly watching this again. This is AC Levin like saying Futa Boylan it's like he just hits every three especially down the stretch when they have no right of winning this game and its shots that you don't even think he's going to be getting up because there's a. There's one where he pump fakes. The ball comes out of his hands. He still grabs the ball puts it up and knocks down to three the game winning three. He gets the steal almost underneath the basket. It takes about three steps out to get to the three point line and drains it. Yeah I remember where I was. When this game happened at the fortress watching hawks versus raptors looking up at the scoreboard. Saying oh my goodness the balls are going to lose again. They'RE GONNA lose to the Hornets again. They're not gonNA make the playoffs. This is unbelievable. And then what what? They actually pull out a win here pulling out the highlights and exactly what happened crazy. I was GonNa say where we not passing around a phone here. Definitely look at this out of they. Win Zach Levine hit. What do you mean? It's now him and curry with thirteen in a game and then clay has fourteen. He's on that list. Yeah he's on that list and I swear I mean if you watch closely you can see shooting daggers. At boiling every time he hits he must hate. That guy must see him every day and be like you were at the reason. I'm not in the All star. Game must despise it so unbelievable bulls comeback. They had no right to win this one again. And it's mainly because Zach Levine. Not only does he get the steel and the one that is the buzzer beater for all for all intents purpose but he has some that like he brings it down one time and they just pulls up from like what feels like thirty feet rail the couple guys on splashes at home it it is fun to watch and CETERA. Getting that big three in there too. I know the white makes a couple of tax around one gets a key layup. There late that bulls comeback versus the Hornets number. Six on our list. All right we still have half realistic. We've got to get to the top five but let's take a quick break to show love.
"p j tucker" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"What other people already doing? They can't see anything new right because by definition if they could they would go right they would have done it exactly right. And so you have people picking winners. Who Don't know what winter's are except in the past every great writer has a million rejection stories. Harry fucking potter. For Christ's sake J. K. Rowling was rejected from like twenty seven publishers. Right right last week like four times before they finally ochre and so like like that's the comical thing about this and that was back before they were gatekeepers. Now there's none it's different right but the other thing. I didn't understand at the time which was a big thing is publishing is dominated by women. I mean for better or worse. It's just like it's like eighty seventy per cent. Then now it's probably eighty or ninety percent women engineers and like my stuff is even though half my fans are women that type of women who love my books don't tend to work in book publishing right. They tend those tend to be like girls. The girls would like my books where the party girls who were out drinking. They're not reading all day and so like like no one who likes my books worked in those companies so they couldn't conceive of anyone liking this because they only like what they why. They're really good at doing books for people who go to snobby cocktail parties on the upper west side. Because that's what they do. They're bad publishing books for the rest of America. Yeah which is interesting because obviously you're leaving out a huge portion of people who'd be very very interested in what you have to say. Obviously that's true for you right is this. Is this a big reason? Why you started to drive media. I know that's been big in fact I told you before we hit record that you and I talked years ago. Maybe for fifteen minutes or so about writing a book but is this. The the catalyst for the media company now is part of it It was more honestly. It was more that everyone wants to write a book. An everyone kept as soon as I'm sure you wrote a book so I'm sure you know I question you get what's about second question. How do I write my book? You know tell me how to do it right. Everyone wants to do it and no one wants to actually put in the work and so I was like law like long story. Short this entrepreneur woman basically like asked me how to write a book without writing it and I totally called her out and made fun of her and gave her all the snobby elitist writer things you never wants to be a starter and wants to put it in the work and she's like if you're an entrepreneur. You would actually help me solve my problem and not lecturing me about hard work and I was like so then I kind of like dot. Okay how do you get a book out of someone's head without ghost writing where you just write a book? And then they pay you to put their name on it. It's got to be on their ideas. Their awards your voice sounds like. Oh man scribes have been doing this for two thousand years like Plato wrote Down Everything Socrates said and so I kind of came up with a process. We tested it. It worked amazing for her book. And then she started referring people and it. Kinda just took off man. There's a huge demand for this and I'll tell you what I've seen. Even now we're five years in we. We mainly worked on entrepreneurial or sort of business books or personal development or people like owned businesses. Like 'cause you know they can pay the most money so we started the high end but we've noticed man on the big thing I'm working on now. I think the bigger market is for. I WANNA say memoir. But that's not really right because people think memoir and they think I'm just GonNa Brag about myself or it's arrogant or I haven't done anything I think both of those were Bolsheviks once you're right. No one's worried about a brag. Jack Welsh Jackass. Memoir wage talks about himself all the time. Oh I did this. This deal knowing cares dude but everyone wants to tell their story and everyone wants to speak their truth and is much media as there is in the world right now. It's still very rare to find anyone who actually speaks the truth. Honestly and so. That's like we've come up with a whole workshop where it. Kinda helped people tell their story and speak their truth in a really direct honest way. That any normal person can do We just like we haven't even really even launched yet. It's still in Beta. I think that's going to be huge man. That's the thing that like. We're opening up to that as a world. That's the thing I'm most excited about right now with a company. Do you think I agree with you when it comes to truth that everybody wants to talk about their realistic version of reality right what they see and and not you know not not filtered through what it should be right? What everybody tells you what it should be? And all this kind of stuff. It seems to me that a lot of people are afraid of that because of the risk of being cancelled or called out or ridiculed remark. Like how does somebody overcome that? Because obviously you're a polarizing figure and that's something that you've managed to do very well in spite of criticism from a lot of different sources so I'll just tell you people who are a opinion rate so like you're right if you're like if you WanNa talk about trump or you wanna talk about Bernie Sanders. Whatever then it's like there's the other the anti tribe of that tribe you like that hates you or whatever that's that silences some people but that's a pin. No-one truth is I'm for Bernie Sanders arm against Bernie Sanders. That's no one's personal truth. That's just a tribe you're affiliated with on talking about like what are the things you really honestly think and feel and believe about your life that you WanNa talk about. Trump is not anyone's life but trump right. So that's not no one's personal trump is unless You know trump did something specifically to you. Your truth does not involve doesn't involved and so like What we really more work on is what your personal truth but people are extremely afraid of that and it's less cancel culture it's more judgment and so like we're just kill it came so culture is a form of judgement no-doubt but it's like kind of broad judgment of people. You don't know what most people are afraid of. What's my family GonNa Think? What am I friends? Going to think. you know. What if I'm wrong all that? Kinda shit man people absolutely just wrapped up afraid of that and I get it man because everyone's living in such a deep fear of judgment. I'll tell you man the way I dealt with. It is the way I deal. Continue to deal with it is I I. I do my work right. When I was young I was like fuck those people. I don't care what they think. They're relevant that works. Well if you're going to be a gadfly media which you're going to play that role like the joker role or whatever it is and it worked well but emotionally for a person it doesn't really work well It kinda depends how you do it. But I'll tell you individually like if you're not a public figure In the way that you deal with it the way I deal with it is I understand that everything everyone else thinks about me is not actually about me. It's about them. They are projecting all of their own stuff onto me. Now I'm again assuming like rob somebody. Then they're not projecting what they think Iran but but like it you know if some say something someone and they're like you know what you said was meaning like hold on a minute like I. Are you sure it was mean or are you taking it that way right and obviously we negotiate reality between two people but in my experience the vast majority of people don't see you as you? Are they see you as are Yet that makes sense. I actually like this approach better than that whole zero fs mentality. You know you hear that a lot on social media everywhere else. I don't care about anything it's like anything. There's nothing and nobody's opinion that you care about and usually when you have to tell people something it's usually because you're trying to convince yourself of something that isn't necessarily true right so we're trying to convince yourself that's what I'm saying. Yeah Yeah Yeah No. It's fun I WANNA go back to turn that you use that. I actually don't like you said my truth I will. I will say that I like how you described it. Because you're not saying as absolute truth which I think some people conflate the two terms this objective truth versus this is just the reality my perception of a series of events. Oh do those are two totally different things. Anyone who thinks that they no objective. Truth is about to S- scam you or steal from you. Good point though seriously like there's anyone who's that foolish and that myopic you can only be like a Marxist or murderer well I think this It's kind of funny. You say that 'cause I think this plays out quite often in politics from politicians who WANNA deal for you and and from those who get wrapped up overly wrapped up in politics believing that their side is objectively right. Always one hundred percent of the time. of politics is tribal warfare. I mean come on like how can you watch the last three years in America? If it took you that long to figure out okay fine put like how can you live in America for the last three years not realize politics is literally nothing but tribal warfare? That's made to look fancy inappropriate. That's it it's all right. Yeah and I think it's okay and healthy quantity as long as you realize it for what it is right and you take it for what it is and you don't get overly wrapped up in it and you still focus on the things that actually pertain to your life. Not some random information that will never actually apply to you. I don't know what quantity useless. Tribal workers is important though. I mean like I pay attention and none of it man like like or as little as I can get away with like. I don't even know who's running for the Democratic primary care like right. It doesn't matter it literally doesn't matter it's a bunch of apes jockeying for status the position on the status hierarchy. That unknown. Do you think that well? I don't know if you're not that you're not on it. I think we're all in it. What don't you realize it or not if you choose to be in it you're in it. I know. Let me say impacted by it. Would you agree with that? I mean I'd be foolish to say there's no way I'm impacted by of course like I live in the country but So like of course there's ways for it to impact me. I think it's far less impactful than most people think. Yeah there are some people who would screw up a bunch more stuff and Blah Blah Blah. I'm sure all that's true like So I'm not going to be like no. I don't live on an island by myself absolutely not I live in America. I pay taxes like of course I'm impacted by it. I just I don't think the president is really all that impactful to most people's day to day lives. I think the I think the media does a good job. Getting people spun up about it when it's not nearly as pertinent or relevant as they would make it out to be but if you understand the motive business that's what I'm saying like sometimes business models align like if a clothing company for example or a car manufacturer wants to hype up their car and it aligns with fact that I need a vehicle then okay as long as I understand that motive that it's their job to paint their vehicle in the best light possible and take that into consideration and I can make an effective purchase. Yeah I mean whatever like I get the only the older I get the more emotional work I do. The more I check out of consumer culture like all of it and the more I focus on the people I love and care about and the work. I do that matters to them. I think that's a great place. Do a police your time and emphasis and energy because that stuff is finite and we only have so much of it so I think it's better spent there for sure times the only thing we can replace right. That's right. Hey so when it comes to therapy you know. You talked about doing this for a long time. And you've done a lot of different modes and and practices of therapy. What have you found to be the most useful for yourself so for me Talk therapy was really good but Plant medicine therapy has just blown the lid off for me man like so I started with. India may therapy About a year and a half ago and I did like six or seven sessions of that and it was man I it was just game changing for me in so many ways and Like I never felt love that deep. I never felt safety that deep. I had all kinds of stuff that I buried came up dealt with it. I was able to let it go. It was so amazing And then I also have done a few sessions of Silla. Simon therapy like mushrooms which has been amazing. it's tough man. It's literally rewired my brain in certain ways and like a lot of negative patterns. I was able to let go of really easily because it just made that easier And then recently I've moved up to or onto. Lsd therapy.
"p j tucker" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Money is Ryan nuclear an ID host and the founder of this podcast and the movement. Daddy's order man a one. Welcome here a one. Welcome back obviously. We are in unprecedented times. Right now uncharted territory and It's been a little interesting around here in the order of Man. Podcast studio and But we're getting a lot done. We're trying to put a lot of content out and make it available to you as a leader father. A husband business owner again a leader in your community. Whatever facet of life? You're showing up as so make sure you subscribe and make sure you showed us with other men. There's other men who need to hear what we are sharing a now more than ever because they got time on their hands. And there's a lot of doubt to end variables and uncertainty and hopefully we're bringing to light and And some ideas and insights on how to be more effective father and husband and again every other facet of life. That you're showing up as we've got some great interviews lined up coming up down the down the road and also in the past we've had guys like Jok willink and grant carbone John eldredge and Andy Priscilla and Tim Kennedy in our lineup of men. Who with us is absolutely incredible? And I'm working on some even more incredible guests as we move down the line so again make sure you subscribe Whether you do it here listening to the podcast or on Youtube at YouTube dot com slash order man. So you can see the podcast as well including this conversation with with Tucker so yeah. I'm going to get into the conversation here in just a minute. I do WanNa make a very quick mention of my friends and show sponsors origin main. You if you follow me on instagram. You've probably seen. I've highlighted them over the past several days because they are Halting a lot of their traditional Apparel MAKING THEIR DENHAM THEIR BOOTS. They're geeze rash guards all that stuff and they've made this This mask that they're going to start offering and making available to Those on the front lines those who want to protect themselves to some degree. So it's pretty. It's pretty amazing. In a lot of you have asked why I talk about origin so much. This is part of the reason They're making great products but they're also Fixing things and solving problems. And if you're interested in seeing these masks go check out their instagram page. Go to their website. And you'll see what it is they're doing. I think they're calling it. The defender Mask but pretty cool to see these guys. Step up in a time of need in time of crisis and saw the problem where most people see Most people see the problems. They don't see the solutions. These guys are actually providing and building in making the solutions here. One hundred percent made in America so go check it out. Origin main dot com origin main dot com. Our guys. Let me get into the conversation.
Senator asks for ethics review of his stock sales
"A North Carolina senator is asking for the Senate ethics committee to review his stock transactions Richard Burr one of four senators under fire for making large stock sale shortly before the market started to tank CBSN's Skyler Henry has the latest from Capitol Hill senator Richard Burr of North Carolina sold between six hundred thousand and one point seven million dollars worth of stock in late January and mid February about a week before the U. S. markets started to slide and as lawmakers started to get daily briefings about the growing health crisis in Asia the sales came around the same time that the Republican who chairs the Senate intelligence committee wrote an op ed assuring Americans the U. S. was prepared to deal with a pandemic and also spoke to a small group warning of severe consequences otherwise serving a box news host Tucker Carlson golden bird to either explain himself or resign there is no greater moral crime than betraying your country in a time of crisis on Twitter Thursday Burr said Americans were already being warned in his message was to be prepared George's junior Republican senator Kelly Locklear who is married to the New York Stock Exchange chairman sold off hundreds of thousands of dollars in stock starting in late January on Twitter she said her transactions were made by advisers and she wasn't even aware of them until weeks later the stock act prohibits members of Congress from profiting off of information
Senators sell stock before coronavirus hits
"Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina is asking for the Senate ethics committee to review his stock transactions after coming under fire for selling a large amount of stock before concerns about the coronavirus sent the U. S. markets plunging he is one of four U. S. senators who made large stock sales shortly before the market started to tank Skyler Henry has the latest from Capitol Hill read about the senator Richard Burr of North Carolina sold between six hundred thousand and one point seven million dollars worth of stock in late January and mid February about a week before the U. S. markets started to slide and as lawmakers started to get daily briefings about the growing health crisis in Asia the sales came around the same time that the Republican who chairs the Senate intelligence committee wrote an op ed assuring Americans the U. S. was prepared to deal with the pandemic and also spoke to a small group warning of severe consequences otherwise serving a fox news host Tucker Carlson golden bird to either explain himself or resign there is no greater moral crime than betraying your country in a time of crisis on Twitter Thursday Burr said Americans were already being warned in his message was to be prepared George's junior Republican senator Kelly Locklear who is married to the New York Stock Exchange chairman sold off hundreds of thousands of dollars in stock starting in late January on Twitter she said her transactions were made by advisers and she wasn't even aware of them until weeks later the stock act prohibits members of Congress from profiting off of information they glean as part of their jobs but there is no evidence the senators had any inside information to other senators Democrat Dianne Feinstein of California and Republican Jim in half of Oklahoma also sold large amounts of stock around the same time Skyler Henry CBS news
Hope Gets Real: Finding Recovery at Age 22
"I'm your host William Moyers and today. We have a story of hope. A story of hope brought to us by my guest. Tucker are welcome. Tucker I great to be here. Thanks for bringing your story to our listeners in our viewers today on this. Let's talk podcast. You know we have a lot of people tune in just want to hear from people who have been walking that walk and made that journey. Tell us a little bit about your use of substances. Well I guess that would probably start back when I was close at thirteen years old Which is when I had my first drink and the first strength that I ever had I was alone in my bedroom I believe I'd been grounded for some reason or another And I like to say that I kind of skipped that honeymoon phase that a lot of people have with alcohol where I just went straight to to drinking by myself And it was an awful night got very sick but the next morning I woke up and it was the first thing that I was thinking about And from there it just kind of steadily progress. You know I. I grew up in a very small town Where you know. Most of the shops close at nine. There's you know movie theater with two theaters generally just not so much to entertain young people. So what I found out fairly quickly. Was that what a lot of people do. High School for entertainment was to get high or go out and party And I was indoctrinated into that really quickly you know and it it felt like you know as I slowly discovered that that I had arrived into something that I'd been waiting for for my entire life. You know I felt I finally felt a part of something For as long as I could remember you know I was crippled by this anxiety and this worried that everybody else knew the secret to life that I just didn't have in that in that. Set me apart from everybody else and it was you know when I finally you know arrived at that party scene where I finally started to feel like I was part of a group. You know finally meant something and like I said it just started to progress over time and It got just exponentially worse Put Off College You know that was under the guise of wanting to get some life experience but the reality of it was. I just really wanted to keep using and drinking on on impeded and You know moved a number of times to try to get the monkey off my back which you know never really worked the geographical switch. Yeah Yeah and I found that in each city. It really just kind of continued to progressing at worse like your shadow like my shadow. Did you come from a family that had been impacted by substances? I did yes On my mom's side she has a sister and brother who struggled with the disease. My grandfather had thirty years in a thirty years of recovery So it's definitely you know it's a family show. So when was it? You had that moment of clarity when you said yourself you know what this isn't working anymore. I need to do something to get help. What what what was it you know? It was kind of prolonged over time. I got to say that when I was you know. Even after the first night I realized that there was something not normal about enjoying getting drunk by yourself and from there it just kind of it kind of continued But I have to say that the real moment of clarity was when I was. You know it had gone for me. You know partying in high school to being homeless on the street in Boston Flying assigned having no connection with my family. No friends And just spree really. I was alone with no. I had nothing left. And that's where I it. It took. Unfortunately it took that much for it to become abundantly clear that I needed to make some changes in. How did you make that change? How did you go from that? Divide between full blown addiction your bottom and that first step in to help what happened I was fortunate enough to have a family and some good friends and really solid supports. Who who just kind of refuse to give up on me And prior to you know my final treatment I had been to three others. And each one kinda progressively pushed me in the direction that I would eventually end up in You know the first treatment was to kind of just a piece of my parents and get them off my back. The second treatment it was you know started to become clear that you know. Maybe there's something that I need to do. Changed my lifestyle to to be. You know to be a better person but I'll figure it out down the road. The third treatment was like okay. I you know very clearly need help. I need the help of some sort of program a number of supports. But I'M GONNA do it my own way. You know I was still I still was really hanging onto my own well and it wasn't until the fourth treatment that it was like okay. I'm ready I'm ready to finally surrender. And take some suggestions and surrender. You was not about giving up But it was about taking responsibility and and picking up those tools right and you came out to Minnesota and you you found those tools and you pick them up and you start using him. When was how old were you when you did that. Last treatment when I arrived crash-landed take crashlanded in Minnesota. I was Twenty two about two years ago And I was broken and I was. I had over the past four years. Watch my friends Graduate College Go on to live and start to thrive in successful lives and it was You at twenty two. I was finally you know in the right place at the right point in my life where I was ready to make the necessary changes and was your drug of no choice as we say. Was it just alcohol? We're using other substances as well up to that point. Initially it was alcohol. That was that really brought me to my knees when it got to the point where I was ready to make some changes with alcohol I had one of my best friends died and instead of processing in dealing with that grief. It was just so unending On receding that I I needed to alcohol. Alcohol wasn't working anymore and I needed to find something stronger. So that's when I ended up turning to heroin and then very quickly you went down. Came got treatment was the use of medication One of the tools that you found in your programme of treatment and recovery it was maintenance Has played a pretty significant role in my recovery. it was initially something that I was really hesitant to take that step because why because I didn't want to feel like I was trading in one addiction for another and that I was becoming you know relieving one of my dependencies just to become dependent on something else and it's unfortunate that I hung onto that for so long because I think if I had maybe you know turn to to maintenance a little bit sooner I maybe could've fixed my life up a little bit quicker but I try not to focus on that too much. What matters now And what I like to focus on is that this is a battle of life and death in maintenance has just been one of the tools that that I needed to utilize to to take the step in the right direction and for that. I'm unbelievably grateful.
"p j tucker" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"What if you do. Yeah that's right. And what if all your dreams come uh-huh truly you ain't playing for that to be in that position. Yeah then is going is going to escape you. That's right and I know our latest WanNa know man way Chris took it never got man. That's a good question but I still got time. I still got time so so you believe in Lieu. Oh Oh yeah man. How dare because at this point? Yeah that it's death that's that's my that's my next step for sure so I still got time. Okay and you got one kid I. I've got one son. Yeah anyone yeah you liked him so much the GM went ahead no matter what I never because I'm the youngest of six kids so I thought I'd have a big family. I don't know how I got one one son but you know I got time for more now. I think one thing. Yeah 'cause I I speak the COMEDIANS All the time. I don't know why you guys I'd get along with some of the greatest comedians in the world for some Review Day Day Shapiro Kevin Mike it's cat Williams like I I mean I I really relate to you guys in a lot of ways Do you feel the council. Culture has affected comedy in an adverse way. was that cancel cancel culture. Like if you say something today the people you don't like and they say Chris Tucker you counsel we ain't GonNa come to know more your show wingo watching them all your movies and but but it's all in the same. Whatever you said was in the sake of being funny? Yeah Yeah you think that affects comedy or entertainment in any way. Well it if you said in a mean way I oh I think that's. What gets you in trouble but you said you you let people know? Oh well I was trying to be funny. You really sincere about it. They might forgive you but I think when you just flat out mean you don't care. Does you know that's what you get back. So I think you gotta be really really smart and clever and those days because I remember man you can say whatever you want to say like you said vacuum early nineties Ninety eight say stuff but you you want a bad person. But that's did you say now you gotta you don't WanNa offend. You gotta be clever. You gotTA BE SMART. I think you gotTA BE SMART. Not Clever because Clev- is like You really means a bad things. We're trying to make people think he's not be smart. You'll want offend nobody. You especially you. Comedians sincere yeah you got. Because I won't everybody come to my show show to laugh have fun. I don't care what what you know. I don't I WANNA figure that ain't my thing that comedy show and Richard Pryor was like man he came to show show you know he would make everybody laugh way yellow green. And that's all he want. You know man. We spoke a little bit by a spoon Now when you when when you shot Friday the first time can you share like you know not not even just Friday d- just your relationship with spoon Do you can you share like a memory or your story a spoon. Yeah yeah well. The first time I told Gary Greater Director of Friday's I gotta get a scene with John Willis Mister Witherspoon Eh. One seen. He's all right. We're writing. We're right in there so they wrote a seeing that I came to the dough and then I had. I wanted to use his bathroom. Let me use it and then we may. We may the nothing. We'd handled dialogue only told. They told me you got to use bathroom. He Ain't GonNa let you don't even know he was GonNa let me in and not say we're going to go at it. And when I found out he was in the movie first place when he came to the I went in there. I think I'd video out there. That wasn't a centimeter DJ. Since to me and I said well you get this raw man And it was like we went into trailer. He was in the makeup chair. I couldn't wait till you get is a man the legend fighting man and world. And that's how I felt about my still feel about him to this day and cruelty. It was incredible man. I saw him at Magic Party in central pay. Not Too long ago hugged him up. Got Pictures of them. So it's like God is good and I was able to say bye to him. I didn't know I was saying about to doing but hugged him up and he was ready. I don't remember any go home to ask. Now stay in central part of the magic. Another party I was playing. I'm taking my meds. It was my part. I'm sitting in a call and just chilling hours. Dancing during Michael Jackson flow. Sandra Bay Club. Speaking of Michael. Kajsa as you say you don't intend to offend anybody. And that shows in your ability to make fun of Michael Jackson on Dell Cavity jail but then the in turn into like a real true friend yeah man that process life. Mike was on your head for a minute man. You know what it's Of course you know growing up. Michael Jackson was like untouchable he was there. You'll meet you'll see if you might. You might get tickets to the concert you might not. Selena Gomez me in a casino you walk in and he was like man holding but is there another man and he will flow through the slot machines casinos bad. I mean very like women you really like moving like a spike Lee movie like you said he's floated right paying their like did Michael Jackson flow past us. How did that relationship beeld though? Oh you know what I think he will. Of course I was a fan of his jokes like everybody in the world and I think he became. He was introduced to me by maybe one of his little nephews or something. Say what's he talking about yonkers privacy. Oh He's funny. He's funny so he knew of me. I think that way. I think one of his nephews told me that he show Michael Fridays and it every movie. You buy see me doing Michael Jackson move or something. I think uses Kendrick Spirit or something but his energy Jackson almost better than Mike again. It's some it's something I hear that Song when I hit that music. I'm dancing Michael Come on any music. I'm dancing so it was a blessed man to be able to be be a fan and then grow up in in The beef Ryndam and Man It was just a blessing in like stuff stuff like that like I say stuff that you can't plan right. God opened up doors. You know man you are again incredibly gifted as a comedian as well as as an actor. everybody's just sitting on the edge of their seats waiting to see what the next thing that Chris Tucker will do. Whether it's a new special a a new tool a new film where that you could. You could be directing something that you aren't even star in the mattress updated. It must be fun. I'm going to thank you. Yeah I feel the same about you thank you thank you thank you so much. Thank you for taking the time to be here. You know what I mean And we're we're also neighbors. Yeah we are. Do they stop you at the gate and keep you from coming in talking about you. I said my friend let him in extent. Say We stand to say so nice sleeping happy to catch everybody. Okay thank you again for making bad with that. I'm going to move on to One of my dear traditions agents here Hit expeditiously we pick a word of the week and it's usually dedicated to the conversation or to the guest. This word is fess tedious. That stadium fastidious. That means very attentive to and concerned about accuracy accuracy and detail done with or showing thought and attention. Okay so now that we get you told me what that meant. Yeah of course. Of course of course of course so but now that we've given the definition. I'M GONNA say it in a sentence so everybody out there I can go and use it you can go and use it in and you and you stand up and pretend like you knew what it was all alone you gotta give you government. Everybody can go to work. You can go. You can go to work man and stand around around water cooler. Pretend like you learned it in college or high school or on your ged test wherever you got your education from so the sentence is Chris Tuchus fess tedious. Nature and conviction is what elevated him to being one of the greatest comedians of all time. I'm remember that way. Negative the man. Thank you so much. Thank you bad and again this has been expeditiously. Yes there I know I appreciate it. Yes Sir Sir thanks for listening expeditiously with me. TI P. Don't forget to subscribe Apple podcasts. At podcast and rate and view please.
"p j tucker" Discussed on Broken Record
"Al Fayed Rolls around days on the as his mansion. Tenure Tucker was only fourteen and spring of nineteen seventy two when she released Delta Dawn was the first crack at record in a single wash. You still in school. The song became a country. Radio hit her first of dozens over the years even at that young age and despite being a woman she was lumped in with the crop of country. Singers known affectionately early as outlaws. Johnny Cash Willie Nelson Kristofferson Waylon Jennings. She took a little break from the music business in the early eighties and then came roaring back in the ninety s during another classic period of country music by her own admissions. WHO's just unmotivated record music over the last couple of decades and just sort of fell off? But that all changed when she met Brandi Carlisle in Webb County. Brandy a singer songwriter. From outside Seattle with the country flair has been killing it since Tony only eighteen when a breakout album. By the way I forgive you was released. She wrote this song. The wheels of Laredo and several others Tana's album while I'm living and Co produced the record with Waylon son shooter Jennings. It's ten years first album of new material in sixteen years and she almost didn't make it after bailing a few times on the recording sessions thing in the songs just just weren't good enough though eventually released in made what others in her now considered a comeback record. And as you'll hear our own Rick Rubin at something to do with the we use of the ring took this broken record season three lanna notes for the digital digital age. I'm just enrichment rick sat with Brandy and Tanya Shingle Malibu to talk about the album and what it means after so so much time away to make vibrant music again at sixty pledged. I never have no. I sent my my nephew out the parking lot to give them a message. Remember I the Go-to I didn't know that you I didn't know you were there really. Well the diplomat Adore for that. You were there. He didn't know. Oh yes that's my number. I like your makeup today makeup. How hard do you have any girl? Maybe that's why my brandy look today. I like it I like it. I like it was bust. Nasr trying to we get here. It was a great day though. Beautiful Davor convertible top down today. Isn't that Nice. Yeah it really. Is London traffic though where you come from We came from Oklahoma City. We did a show there on the thirteenth and then hit the bus. This way who are you are you on most of the time yeah lifetime time. Beautiful Lifetime Earner don't it don't stop and they're both on their cycle. So the dog's ears some bulldogs eggs. And what was your first experience of going on the road. My first experience of going on the road. I guess probably that would have to be You know I I was still going to school. I had like three number one records out so going to school trying to trying to stay in school and I will be at the time I was fifteen and started fitting. Didn't have my own band. Yeah and I had of course had Delta Don Jamestown blood red and I think might have been which lay within Amina field of stone but they would co song greats. It went number one. You know grief so We we were living in right outside of Las Vegas and and We've got a Texas tour. Johnny Rodriguez Johnny Rodriguez head out passing by. And of course I built on so he was. He's like twenty and I was fourteen and we had to Brown Lincoln continentals and he had one. I had the other. I think we probably played every juice joint in Texas. The the but with the chicken wire all yeah and he was at that time he was like Elvis. The girls would just go crazy over him. And then I'd get up there and the guys were afraid to Holler for me. The girlfriends get mad. You know I always used to read so mad about Bet Dang it won't they do me like that. You know. I like this quiet and we had this band. Gal towners working for both of us who you know was not what I would think. Greatest Band in the world. But we did it. We did we. You did a bit three months three or four months and then we were out. Last show was in Lubbock Texas and and we had to go back to San Antonio which is we're a hub was and my mother my my dad me and this little kid. My Dad was managing decided instead of flying back. My Dad thought we save some money and and drive back till San Antonio one hundred sixty miles with this fan that we we followed me everywhere he had a Ford Ltd.. And here we go go and in Brady Texas. We had a head on collision and Lobi Small Hospital seven minutes after we had the head on collision Asian. A bunch of young cowboys like seventeen eighteen about seven of them got a wreck so that hospital was one little doctor there and my mother was the worst she really got the brunt of all of it and both my dad's arms. I had a concussion and it so so we might. They kept my mother for about three months in the hospital and they would just turner you know. She was in a contraption where what was so wild about it though is they did. They did X rays and. They did x-rays on my mother on her neck and her back was both broken. And then we get to San Antone and they rushed to sand. They did the course all the way. There Jeff Hallam little kid. My Dad was managing. He prayed all the way. I've never heard anybody product. Then my life in fast or dermal little you know. And he was be quiet and he prayed all the way to San Antonio About for my mother and and they took x rays of her. The doctor came out until my dad her next not broken and he goes the hailed. Ain't he gave him the other X Rays but ab- side by side. And he said I don't know what to say it's a miracle so I always I always relish memory and be very very young connected to jeff after that. So you know he he. I felt like it was him. It was it was the reason beautiful. That was bad. It was really a hard time on that first tour. What was it like being in school with other kids words and you have hit records on the radio? Well then we had a lot of problems. I mean I had just moved to and my dad pulled up them. A trailer has called trailer states. Miller states as sale. Sign out front of it. My Dad says I'll be right back. Resort you mother. Wait in the car so about ten minutes later he anyway. We walked in that. There was a lady in their own trailer. He's saying his latest song and I just read back into your cheating heart you know and But when I got done saying Swale at crazy people she she said I'm going to Missouri. I'll see you later and she left so we moved in to this trailer. Amazing and I don't know what my dad said to her but I guess she put two and four together and look pretty good and so we lived there and I was going to school and my dad was working mothers working at Safeway Safeway and I was looking for change in the SOFA every morning. I remember it being hard for me but it was went to school. Oh Yeah Bonding my dad started. Let me drop the car and I drive my car to to. I was in high school. I first year of high school on my my freshman in year when I was riding the bus. Get off the bus and they'd be girls you know Lael to see what's that smell you could it be you need a bathroom shower. Our two And they were. It'd make fun of me so my Dad Had He started teaching me how to fight had a box. He's them girls. He said they can't take it on the nose. He said you get it at one time on the noser out you know in Boise said can take it but the girls one time boom gone and He's just give them one of them. You know from bring one from the floor so I would be in boxing. Lesson missing my doctor at night and then there was one time when I looked I. I looked found those those yellow boxes you know. He didn't want me to see those yellow boxes. I guess food stamps or whatever. Okay Yeah Yeah but I found him and my mother. Don't you tell your dad use. You found those because he very proud man and when we went on the road it was We've learned together not getting paid for for those the music like you. You had songs on the radio but you are on food stamps. Yeah Oh yeah yeah. We didn't we didn't really know what the next move was. My Dad was shooting from the hip. You know. He didn't know. And but everything we did do was because him and Kind of learn together and I remember one time we had that old states way was going somewhere. He's trying to get me to meet with somebody. Oh you know this was before I got started before I had the record I record and he he pulled into gestation said listened son he said I got a brand new Jack. Novak of my car. He said you'll feel my tankful. Guess you have that check. And that Guy's hell hell sure because he he would get me somewhere you know that would. Hopefully somebody would do something for me and the guy of course kind of it was it. It was a bum bum deal but at least we try he tried and then. That's that's when my dad was but I didn't I didn't we didn't I finally got my first second second. Matches second manager was John Kelly and in Las Vegas and he ended up having to buy him out because he knew he could take me where needed Ligo and toured with his wife for a while. Judy Lynn and I was playing. The lounges you know. Three shows a night Flamingo Hotel.
"p j tucker" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Really wanted to England Campbell's jumpsuit and I'm told that Randy is such the fan of yours that she wanted your legacy to be honored and that's why she wanted to get involved with you. I'm just grateful but she said let's call it while I'm living this whole album because she wanted people to just know what I've done. My this is her words not mine but what my music has meant to our business and she wants it recognized before I'm gone. That's awesome. That's awesome. I love it loud. Blasts Angel Dylan see emailed. What did you think of Jeremy Gifting Deandra fifty donuts birthday. I mean I think I said it I right now. I take fifty anything but not fifty donuts. Albania fifty cents just to get a wants to know what did it feel like like to be. The first country female country artists to land on the cover of rolling stone. You know really at that time when I was fifteen. I never read the Rosenstone I don't I mean I didn't know what it was so it was much later. I realized the really significant there's significant it is time for my Mazal of the day it goes to the the news that Jane Lynch and Cindy Lauper are allegedly developing a golden girls for today. Now is the best news you know if they're looking for a new sophia. How about a wisecracking brazen mom whose mother daughter relationship can fuel an entire city yeah the tenure. Tucker's new album is called on Levin. It's out now. Talk Brandy is from Lisa on France is in talk about theater company. My God unleashes barten- so many times that I feel like I butcher your name every time perfect. Though it made up for thank you let's go to see from Arizona Betsy Candy to come back to Arizona soon. The an extra really really missing you do my questions for the lovely brandy. I'm considering the Anna's been trying so hard to get freebies for her wedding How expensive did the actual wedding zeal. I'm sorry what was that considering. The liens been trying to get freebies for her wedding. How expensive did the wedding feel. You wasn't really like watching watching find out. How Brandy felt about the wedding yeah. Let's see from Wisconsin. Okay Hello. Hey Andy Hope you and Anderson confined to come to Wisconsin. I would love to we're going to be in Chicago Gago on October six. I think I'm trying to talk my husband into taking me for my question for Kanye. What's been your reaction to critic thing. Your new album is the best of your career and do you think it will finally get you in the country hall of fame. We're long ago. I may have to die before getting hall of fame but I you know all the what the critic say I mean I. I don't know I mean I just sing and I just try to do my best to whenever I'm doing it. I really think the credit of this record goes to brandy and the twins wins Tim and Phil Hanser up who really wrote all most of the songs except for a couple wow that except for one. Maybe that that we're custom fit to me which I've never had anybody. Do that didn't know me yeah so that's where the talent lies and brandy. She loves me so much and I what's different about it. Is I know which real our rights wow. That's amazing. It's a good feeling was up the last call guys no okay Nicholas from the Philadelphia. Hey Nicholas. What's your question. Hello Hi Hi Andy. Love Everything Bravo Hi Brandy Hi Tania. I'm Mike my question is for Brandy brandy. What was your first impression of the new housewife. Kerry and why do you think she's having such a hard time connecting with. Yeah I love Carey. I will say that my first impression is that it was hard to understand her but we're having a good time so I just smiled and nodded and we keep drinking ah but yeah as far as her and Lianne like I mean you've got to watch it but I think it's a self explanatory all right Alexis Alexis from Arkansas. Hey Alexis. Okay my questions for ten yeah Can you please put the rumors to rest. Have you ever dated Dennis Quaid. Are you just really good friends. Liquidators your daughter is she grew. Yeah you know what let we talked about this because it was forty years ago that we I did my first movie and it was his second movie so that's where we first met so the next time I saw him was last year. Shooter Jennings Espen to come to the hall of fame to do Armadillos and outlaws and Dennis walked into my dressing room and it just blew me away because I seen him in forty years. We reconnected We've done some great songs together. He's a great songwriter. I I have recorded a song called on my way to heaven and it's with Christmas Star Persson me and Dennis and Brandy and it's a beautiful song now her that but you know we decided out no no no no no. This is in the intercom the vault that's great but Denison I this is what I say. We're better. We're not we're not dating. It's better we're best friends. I love it. That's awesome tenuous new album living can't they're clearing out. They put him in here and you people office arousing housing. What is it rolling. It's a little like is he goes he can start using the panels instead and you're taking the quyen with my friends and then yeah people have thought we were crazy. As these are GonNa love saying thank you the thanks for listening to the PODCAST. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember are new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four PM Eastern time. Make sure your subscribe to have a great rest ear night..
"p j tucker" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Okay take that that's against the rules now. All of a sudden play my room okay uh-huh okay. We got this because Jerry issues when he's trying to put a football team together but when it comes to figure out how to pay people he pays people use it to a fault you think because is Jason Garrett had a meeting with coach belching. You guys got this. It's an omen it's an omen. It's a super bowl breathing. Remember that movie okay so you know scary movie exactly awesome. Thank you for joining us. I is there already friction between Russell Westbrook and James Harden. We'll discuss the rockets shift N._B._A.. Landscape by trading waiting for Russell Westbrook now Russ joins US Former Okay C. T. O. Casey teammate James Harden. It may look good on paper but the two former M._v._p.'s are known for being a ball dominant hardened says everything will be just fine. Take Alyssa telling that it works and so you know you don't know is no you communicate you. Go out there and you compete and <hes> position my position you figure things out throughout the course of the season you figure things out and this is what it is. When you have talent? You have guys I._Q.. You got guys are willing to sacrifice. It always works as well Shannon. Will it work out with these to skip. I think that's a two pronged question. I believe that it could possibly work out in the regular season because like you said they do have some. That's Russ is an M._v._p.. James Harden's M._v._p.. So you put these two together you might get some some great things happening in the regular season. I don't believe they're willing to championship but but here's the thing was Chris Paul Dot a great player. Not Maybe not what he wants was but he was not high basketball I._Q.. What about the way how Jayme hard fought to get the White Tower James Harden Chris Paul you see what's happening? We're here skip fight to get the play the play with these players the thing is is that when you look at James Harden in rust they do so much of the exact same thing. They need the ball. Let's give a we had two basketball well. I'll give Gimme Gimme guy rare but unfortunately only have one and I think that's going to be the problem. Usually I lower Dave and say well. You guys sacrificing. Nobody really guy because we got guide that a sacrifice yeah <hes> P. J. Tucker going shoot them short corner three standing corner shoot threes and play tough tenacious defense on the opposing team best three best to that what he does no problem klink apparently union run plays for him he go run to the rim. Get put back dunk the basketball although draymond green abused him in that so I get that but at the at the end of the day who's going to play off the ball. I don't know how you have two point guards when you only have one ball is Ross going to be willing to play the majority of the time off the ball or James Horne going to be going to be willing to spend the majority of his time off the ball and we saw that work <music> so I I just I just don't see how this turns into because you make this move. This is not about regular season. This is about fifty five. This is not about sixty wins. This is about winning a title and I do not believe the way this team configured with those two guys that will happen. You make a lot of powerful points. Conventional Wisdom says you're dead right because James Harden a couple of years ago set the all time record for usage rate in a season second on that list all time for usage rate in one single season is Russell Westbrook two plus.
"p j tucker" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Holy. He was awesome. Dude. I guess I'm the only one to watch the last nine minutes of the game. Where a fifteen point lead went to three shot. I mean did that happen? No. Watch. We all watch the last seven minutes thirty seconds of the game or heart and went one for eight. Yes, he struggled scoring down the stretch how golden three to tie that game. How do they have it three to tie the game? I'm curious. How is the final stretch of this game about James harden, not about Kevin Durant hitting gigantic shots Steph curry coming alive? Draymond green hitting big time shots as well housing. Not also about. Morning here in about that was one of the great boil performances, and this is about James harden like after people watch he he threw up all over when it mattered most. Okay. P j Tucker this is like PJ Tucker poll made every big play every big play. Do without PJ Tucker. They lose end of story and two story. He's the only thing that saved their ass and listen clay invisible Curry's been atrocious atrocious. Like, I don't have a problem talking about when these guys play well or play poorly. I don't understand how Steph curry is taking more shots and fourth quarters than Kevin Durant was RO world, especially after Durant went for six teen in the third quarter by his lonesome. He's clearly been the best player on the floor for either the teams and Draymond has become a different human being then he was for the whole season. I don't know if you read that story, I didn't catch this. But Marcus Thompson, you know, who's covered for the warrior for long long time wrote a story. I don't know if it got passed around enough a couple of weeks ago saying that Bob Myers, did you read? This was going to go to Draymond green saying like dude, we have no chance of winning. Title. If you don't get in some kind of shape. Did you see this? Yep. Yep. And Draymond said, I know I know, and I've already got a planned out. And I've got a chef..
"p j tucker" Discussed on On The Media
"It took you five thousand words to do it or so luck. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait here. But of course, Jon Stewart did it in three words. He said Tucker, you're a dick that what comes down to just that. Tucker is a dick and sell easy, right? It's so easy. Just to say, oh, you're a horrible person and write them off. But I don't think it is that easy because you cannot just right Tucker Carlson off because he has enormous power and enormous influence a source that I talked to for that story called me up the other day and was talking to me about all the Tucker revelations. She just wanted to chat and she's still a fan. And there are still so many fans. So if you just write them off as dick you're writing off a whole huge part of America rather than looking at it. And grappling with the messy news one final thing. Yeah. You mentioned earlier that during the course of writing the pace and preparing for it. There was frequent intervention by Carlson's PR people which made me think that it was very concerned or FOX was very concerned about how this all is going to come out. Did you ever hear from him or them the day before the piece was published? There is a flurry of PR activity where the PR person decided she would no longer deal with me. And this PR person. I think a lot of journalists have reached out to me in the intervening time and this Pierce person. And FOX's PR people have quite the reputation among journalists for being very heavy handed. So no shock there. But I did send the links to Tucker, and he wrote back essentially, I'm going to misquote it ha-. Good one. Which is kind of funny because if we're talking about like meta things that Carlson has done traps, he's fallen into one of the things that it did occur to me while I was writing it was that I was Tucker Carlson being Tucker Carlson, you know, writing the kind of profile of him that he would have written of himself back in the day. And that's the only feedback I've gotten. Liz, thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. Liz lens is a writer for among other August outlets the Columbia journalism review following media matters first article on the love, sponge tapes, Tucker Carlson responded on Twitter that quote media matters caught me saying something naughty on radio show more than a decade ago, rather than express the usual ritual contrition how about this. I'm on television every week Night Live for an hour. If you want to know where I think you can watch anyone who disagrees with my views is welcome to come on. And explain why. Well, that's not true. But it certainly won't be next week. Because next week we learned.
"p j tucker" Discussed on On The Media
"But that's like saying pro wrestling is a show about competition. Think you're good comedian. I think your lectures are boring. Lemme ask you a question on the news. Now, this is theater. I mean, it's not how old are you thirty five and you wear a bow tie. I know I know you're right here. Let me just go. I'm not I'm not suggesting that you're not. You're not a smart guy because those are not easy to tie. But the bills. That this you're doing theater when you should be doing debate. Which would be great. Honest. On what you do is perfect partisan hackery. And and I'll tell you, and I will get to my suspicions in a moment. But what you saw in this exchange was not just an attack on cable pyrotechnics. But you actually saw a similarity between John Stewart who was a hero of the liberals with Tucker Carlson who was on his way to become any here of the conservatives when I was reporting out the profile the PR person for Fox News constantly reminded me Tucker's, not he's not news. We consider him entertainment. He's not news. We consider him entertainment, which was the exact defense that Stewart uses for himself. And I don't think that that's a coincidence. I do think that Stewart sidestepped a lot of criticism by saying, oh, no, I'm inner tain -ment. I'm not news. And that's exactly what you see. Happening in cable news right now, the people who are the most influential voices are sidestepping people's attempts to call them out on factual accuracy by them, saying, limestone, industry, entertainment voice. No, another similarity. You point out is charm. They've both called vacated this persona of a charming rogue. Now, you've spent some time with him is he charming is he roguish versus just plain monstrous, I didn't spend time with him in person. A lot of people told me he was charming. I did not find him charming. I found him to be boring. All he did was lecture about free speech. Even when I was just saying, you know, what did you do in college? And who do you vote for and just very simple kind of background questions? All devolved TD's, kind of voyeuristic lectures on free speech, which was the exact same thing. He, you know. Accused John Stewart of doing and so again, the the comparisons get mixed there. But no, I didn't find him charming. I don't know. Maybe if I had been from the New Yorker, and if I had been a different kind of person in he admitted me pancakes, maybe it would have been different. But I do think that there is. He hasn't been profiled by a lot of women has he right? I actually asked this of the PR person. I said how many women have profiled him? And she was like, oh, all these women have interviewed him. And I was like, no, no, no. But like for an in depth profile, how many women, and they assured me there were some. But we couldn't come up with any in deep Lexis Nexis search I couldn't come up with any. So I do think that there is a perspective here, which as a side note is always why you should have gender and racial diversity in your journalism rooms because you're gonna see something a lot different than what you would see if you send in the same old same old Knipe retiring. Well, that makes me a little frightened to ask too much of it. What the heck? If it's man's planning. Well, so far it I apologize in advance. Make it really fun. What have I yell at you? My fear. That maybe bright young Tucker Carlson is just a learner. He learned from the feet of the master John Stewart at how to hijack an manipulate an argument sometimes for a punchline, but certainly to stifled debate he learned from that CPAC audience what the marketplace once and would it absolutely does not want. He learns that TV is agnostic about your politics..
"p j tucker" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"I don't want to say that like one is the real Tucker and one is is the fake Tucker. I think it is more conifers had a good piece in the Atlantic sort of making the case that Carlson is charlatan focusing on his very questionable use of marijuana statistics. Yet he in this model he talks a lot about how like the elites are pushing marijuana legalization on our our poor witless youth. This is interesting. Owned at the chamber of commerce being like, we're gonna get them off on the wacky. And it's just not true. That being said, I think it is more interesting to take the generous interpretation of Carson here. And at least like as if this is serious because a piece of macro context here right that I've written about before that we sued really clearly in Larry Bartels research from some other people is that if you look at rank and file partisanship in the United States Republicans are unified around cultural conservatives and divided on economic policy issues, betraying conservatives and moderates economics, but they're all conservative on culture type topics and Democrats it's the opposite. Like Democrats are all moderate to left on economics and have a wide range of views on culture war issues, which sometimes surprises people. But it's like think about like old black church, ladies and like versus like young hipsters. Right. The great different opinions on uncertain kinds of culture, topics. But then at the elite level. It's the opposite right in that. Like the right coalition includes most of institutional libertarianism, right? And the Democratic Party includes lots of corporate lobbyists on k street, right? And the the alignment is completely different in the Carlson proposition is like maybe there should be somebody in politics in like elite politics who speaks up for the large number of Americans who are loyal Republican party voters and cultural conservatives who have moderate views on economic policy, and I think it is true. Like, there are a lot of people who have that opinion and somebody should speak up for them in politics is not me. And I don't know if it's really Tucker. But like it should be somebody. Well, so this is why what I was trying to say about like thinking about who Tucker is figure is important to this. Because I don't think it's like a question of should we take this seriously? Or should we not take it seriously? We should look at how he's communicating into. Hmm? He's communicating right? Like Tucker Carlson has never been a political a politician. He is never made a force for a particular ideology with indie conservative movement. He's been a media figure tapping into various media markets. He started as a kind of interesting somewhat heterodox guns. Oh, type journalist I'm going to drop. Just because it's I I love this piece, and I'm going to sit on as many people as possible the trip he took with Al Sharpton and a bunch of other like black leaders to slave castles. Yes. For G Q. I think back in the early two thousands of very it is a piece that I promise you if you did not know it was tougher Carlson. You would find very interesting and kind of fun, and the fact that it's Tucker Carlson makes it just a total, you know, galaxy brain exploding thing, but you know, he involved from that to a with the daily caller. Tapping into a desire for a snark year. More populist take on DC conservative politics, and from there to his Fox News persona as like the person on Donald trumps favorite television network who is most closely hewing to the problems that Donald Trump identifies the problems with an interesting way. I think that Carlson you don't I've argued many times that Trump is does not really exist because there was a lot of people projecting onto Donald Trump what they wanted and Donald Trump responding with healthcare for everybody, and we're going to bomb the shit out of these people, and you're like, oh that definitely Hughes to what I would like to hear. But I do think that in the sense that conversation with someone this week talking about how the tea party at the very very beginning. What had this kind of anti elite attitude before it got kind of before astroturf ING and a lot of other people got involved. That that version of Trumpism that version of kind of this anti elites that I'm gonna use the term globalist because it's the word they would use even though I do not like it..
"p j tucker" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And a lot of people you know help those great vinny mentioned oprah's what would you do with her oh she opened up oprah winfrey opened up a school in africa was there south advocate it was so beautiful all these girls school i mean it was all these young girls and a lot of my seat to this day sometimes i see see see them what her they go to schools all over america go the two to howard and go to spell mine and they go to harvard and all over so she really she's she's really a special person and i remember being at the school when they were young girls and all these grown women now sometimes i see him you know she she changed lives she's changing lives so great got us go yeah yeah that's right it's done we did it and it was a good party to over there good birthday party one time i think that was separate from the school ever for you to great parties where everybody got yourself yet i mentioned chris tucker foundation which the camp spot wants to the other i guess charities that you support the foundation we do homeless ministry with my church here in atlanta we do homeless ministry and then we do boys and girls club and then we scholarships for kids who wanna go to college can't might need a little help and we try to provide that and get them in school all over all of wherever they want to try to help each year so it's like it's a you have a lot of difference arms in inside of this foundation led from places they help and work with oh yeah definitely definitely you know people always asking us anything we might see something on the news with do something for for for for that you know whatever wherever we can and i you know i try to get as much money as i can't from friends and whoever is golf tournaments and we have golf tournament coming up august twenty six and all my friends come.
"p j tucker" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Tucker we are awaiting an interview with a kathleen hayes and charles evans he is the chicago fed president and i believe that the topic really is going to be interest rates and when and if the federal reserve will raise it pie this is john bogey president of the civic northwest's telco we've been in business since two thousand two and i'm here on am 1410 the money station by frank millar four saw them while traders are keeping an eye on the labor department says there set to release their closely watch monthly jobs report this morning the unemployment rate is expected to dip to four percent from four point one percent had that report the labor department said yesterday that there was a bigger than expected rebound in initial jobless claims the week ended march third traders also reacting to news that president trump has signed proclamations imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum imports that order goes into effect in two weeks and imposes 25 percent tariffs on steel and ten percent tariffs on aluminum imports trump suggested that countries like canada mexico and australia could be exempt from those tariffs trump also making headlines after stating that he has agreed to meet north korean leader kim yanggon by may shares in asia climbing following that these investors overseas also reacting to the bank of japan's interest rate decision as the bank has kept its monetary stimulus unchanged as was widely expected i think it's more important to make sure that she cut to an outward facing leaf because the new stem that comes out on rose always goes in the direction of where the leaf is pointing the chew cut just right above whether you have a green com poor just the beginning gardner incurred in america is the program that will give you one step ahead of the game.