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"porush" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
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"porush" Discussed on Open A Fucking Book
"Going to be like your daddy math just he. I mean any extra money he is. He wasn't spending all of his money on chit extra money yet and go to the theater. Yeah he could save that so that he didn't you know he could had a life to build off the hook. So charles dickens gets his life off the ground pretty fucking quick. He does not waste hop once. He's old enough to start making money and start negotiating for more money. He does he. He's not a slouch. he is not Lebron's dogo until he's you know in his forties to finally write something that really really sells. He's not somebody who waits he gets straight to it. Okay now the family found new lodgings at number seventeen the polygon a new architectural innovation and seventeen ninety s. A ring of four story houses built around the central guard. Then when charles's boss blackmore got married. He gave the whole office dinner and one clerk stayed away sick the next day insisting on his return that it was not the drink that made him ill quote. It was the salmon. Sure it was. Charles would use the line verbatim and his first novel. Where wore the respectable. Mr pickwick makes the same excuse after getting drunk it was the salmon. no judgment jarl's jokes. He loved wine and the liquor along with cigars and would be known to mock the temperance movement. He wasn't like siham puck. Probably because he was a loved the smoke. And he was a boozer and it gets worse as a gay when it gets really old. He likes to drink now in november eighteen twenty seven. Another brother was born named after an emperor. Augustus charles called him moses. After the son of the vicar of wakefield a favorite book moses became mazdas when spoken through a head cold stricken knows bose's became oz. Which would be the pen name. He would adopt for his first published writers. You ever heard of baas not that can call right. You're gonna you're going to hear more about laws but baas ever. Have you ever heard anybody talk a buzz. That is charles dickens. Now eighteen twenty eight. He left the law office to work for. Charles molly with thomas meant whom he knew from the polyglot. They became good friends and mitten would go on at act as charles's solicitor. Charles says the law as a murky business that thrived on delay complications and confusion the no surprise that lawyers historians are almost always the bad guys or at least obstacles for the main characters to surpass now over the next few years. Charles kept himself busy with continuous self-imposed tasks paid work. Force paid work or self education. He spent a good amount of time observing the voices dramas absurdities and tragedies of london observations. That would be stored up for years and then written about in his novels. He wrote sketches for papers and magazines describing the men of the north london. Walking to work middle aged men making the same amount after twenty years of work as they did the day. They started the inspiration for one of his most famous characters. Bob kraft now eighteen. Twenty nine charles left mouly's after learning shorthand well enough to find work as a reporter in the ecclesiastical courts at the doctor's commons you're giving me a look. I don't know either. now that's a tongue twister. Stay at three times fast and for somebody who can barely speak the way it is. Yes i agree. Now they dealt mostly with marriage divorce wills and that sort of thing. The work was irregular. He had to wait in a box to be chosen for his short and services. I'd imagine it was actually a box. It was probably an area that they called the box now but when he turned eighteen he applied to the british museum for a ticket to the reading room there. He could read and study everything from the history of england to medical books on adamy and sex and everything in between may of eighteen thirty at age. Eighteen charles met twenty year old. Maria be now and wasn't love almost instantly and remained obsessed for the next the re years he would use his memory of falling for her and david copperfield. He wanted to marry her and apparently she him. But s things go. This time you wanted to be married. You had to be of the same social class. And the nells was. Above the dickens's mrs bead. Nell didn't even learn his name calling him. Mr dicken probably just to be a condition. Yeah probably now. In order to improve his position he started going to his uncle's editorial office where he ran the mirror of parliament wanting to be a part parliamentary reporter. He quickly proved himself not having to wait around to be offered work instead. He had to be available for debates which could go on into the late hours of the evening then he had the reputation for speed and accuracy and may have contributed to the full report of the first major debate on the proposed proposed reform act in march of eighteen thirty one given in the mirror awhile after a while he was offered a staff job and eighteen thirty two started reporting for a new paper. The true son charles is on the side of reform almost always bills against slavery. The protection of factory workers and miners all had his support. The reporting kept him busy and what he wasn't reporting. He was in the reading room. Study leaving no time for the bead mills or social. Life of the bead nells finally took action to end the daughters flirtation by sending her to paris and when she returned it was clear that she had lost all interest in it. she is very flaky. Maria is a very flaky pint. a crazy person She's a one one minute she's in love with you the next minute. I know someone like that. We're not going to say who that is. But i know someone why it's kinda like if you're not around me i'm not in love with you type of thing and even when you are around me i'm i'm kind of not loved you type of thing. She's very porush. no she's very. I know my class and i can. I know what. I can have type of person so us now. But she'll use the pertinent people below her for whatever she wants but then one monday comes to like the real stuff like so charles he. He didn't take this well. They went to a party and they saw each other and she and she kind of laughed at him when he told her how much you loved her. And one merrier. Channel laughed at him. She's like no just yeah just a subtle That he later told maria that quotes when we were falling off of each other. I came from the house of commons many a night at two or three o'clock in the morning only to wander past the place. She was asleep in her house was quite out of the way causing him. Maybe upwards of a two hour detour on foot just to walk past her house. Yeah he has some stuff going on to There's there's some stuff.
"porush" Discussed on Barstool Pick Em
"It was was thousand sent the album we have I mean you can't not touch on that in hasn't I forgot that that was the game I thought it was a bigger name. It was like an organ game. It was it was not that was the abloh. So all blow special here minus twenty three I think they can win by fifty My morlock again is Georgia Tech. Plus seven half same thing I already gave it I have Louisville my card is two and a half and I have law tech plus five at US 'em law plus five small card small board but there's the card. All right. Rico right I M on Tulsa Oklahoma state over sixty six How do you feel about that? I? Love it came on it. Then three big twelve teams lost out last week. You don't think Gundy's GonNa get these kids going. Yeah. More that also mon score. Tulsa has got a good offense to I. Think they've got nine back on offense eighty, eight percent of their production quarterback Zach Smith. Is Good Three Cape three thousand passing yards they got a thousand K. rusher and they've got two thousand wide receiver and another one seven hundred yards both defenses aren't good. Top thirty pass our effect. How on you say thousand you could say a thousand rusher by you like the thousand K. Rush I like that like we don't care. The. Cat I know it goes I go. Thousand? Yes. Yeah. Like a thousand yard rusher. Oklahoma state's loaded spent sanders a quarterback trouble Hubbard Thailand. Wallace. They also get a wide receiver from lsu as a transfer D. Anderson in the last five home openers. Gundy has scored fifty three point two points per game. The total in those games have been sixty seven point two. So we're right at the number give it to me love that over I am on Louisiana again minus seventeen and a half Georgia state loses a ton of production. They lost a quarterback named Dan Ellington running back named trump mentor Cajun's raging Cajun's yeah. No I know it's a letdown spot with this team who seem losers. His team loses a ton of production you hundred and twenty. Late last. What did what did Georgia state Georgia Cajun's? Georgia state that guys with the like blue bland uniforms don't run the football. But they just lost back is at. Georgia southern run used to run the triple option. Last year Georgia. State. The best who plays a gone oh Georgia states with the blue. Yeah. They're blue royal blue plus seventeen. Artful I'm saying I plus seventy two teams, Georgia state and Georgia. How does go? Navy Georgia's snap points worth now that we're opposite sides. No. That's out. Okay. You confusing. Their defense was one, hundred, twenty I scoring hundred nineteenth in the rush you watch the game last week. What can the region Cajun Zoo run the ball love it eighty fourth in the past hundred hundred twelve, hundred yards Gimme, Louisiana Love Louisville minus two and a half. I also giving Take Me Louisville Louisiana first half. So it's I this just sounds like a dummy now. I hope you're not being dummy but oh, big upset right to pick up some last week letdown spot. You'RE GONNA I don't know I. Don't know how long. Oh My. Okay. Well, you doing first half. Okay. You do a small. Yeah. Okay. Fine. I, have one unit games to BC plus six. I like it Phil Jerk Avec is a transfer out of Notre Dame. He was a five star recruit dual threat David Bailey ran for close to nine hundred yards at running back according to Phil Steele. They have a top offensive line fourth fewest sacks David cut cliff is three seven against the spread at home as. A home favourite last two years Gimme BBC I think BBC can win the game. It's a not a great price plus ninety five BBC plus six I think they can win the game and lock week is APP state, Marshall over fifty nine and a half after they'd only has four back on defense as those Marshall I. Love This quarterback from Marshall I love APP state five, hundred yards last week Zach Thomas, Marcus Williams they're loaded good wide receiver. The over in the last eight of nine Marshall, Games has gone over at home Marshall Home Games eight of nine over fifty nine and a half. That's just I. Mean Thirty, one, twenty, eight, thirty we're not saying like thirty five, thirty, five without was a push, right? Yeah. But thirty five to thirty one were right there. Jim Morlock and you just gave out squad that was the push all you have. Total fifty nine, I love. It goes thirty, one, twenty, eight. The pushed, you just push your morlock. No. Thirty five, thirty five, it's going over. Well, we told you five, thousand, five, hundred tie. But that's far high kids hot. That's off thirty one. That's far better than thirty, one, twenty, eight, which you porush game over your pushed. Okay. So They what Dan Fifty nine might be a football number. Fifty nine no that's not football number. Could be highpoint will you twenty eight you gave out your mortal lock? Games will be in the thirties. If one hour. Okay. Fine I can live with I just you understand sitting here out someone it gives them more to walk and fifty and then gives the exact score to push. That's the problem that is a problem. Okay. Big Time problem, right It's going to his marriage the always gonna hit in the third quarter. Thirty eight and the third. The third. Okay. That's what okay you rattled. Okay. Yeah. I know you searched saying Shit. All right. My card I george plus seventeen letdown spot for Louisiana. Liked that pick. Thank you Georgia tech plus seven and a half Texas state. Minus five and a half troy or no that's my mortal UNC minus thirty I'm going back to the well Sam House birthday today shouts Sam how I was not nearly as impressed as you guys were with like Sam Hollas expecting fucking Jesus behind quarter. By the way you talk to my I wasn't that Charles quarterbacks out you. That's ex lion jumped over is sixty. What what I don't like to bother I gave the text about who's had practices that you said on the college football show I didn't get a response so I'm not trying to. Find Yep over sixty in that UNC game as well. Duke under fifty, two, NBC plus six, Pick Tulsa Odia Dodoma St over sixty six post Tulsa plus twenty, three pit minus twenty two cues doesn't WanNA play. They. Don't WANNA play season. What's weird about that? Is that who Syracuse last week? UNC. Okay. Why is Pittsburgh Lane almost the same amount of not as you were listening. What They are as say. So we're quick excuse doesn't WANNA play. All right. Is there so we It was weird. Once you covered. Yes. Yes. But before the season, would you say UNC and Pittsburgh equal now I'm high on Pittsburgh but you know what I mean. It's a it's a weird number. It's definitely stood out to me. All right. So UNC My weight. Loss pit my swing to do I have to say my picks again from the card from the from the main games or no no those are automatically automatically in. and then my mortal is troy minus three. Minus three Middle Tennessee stinks. Everyone else's morlocks are you. Okay. Are As on Louisville. With. My best friend, Dana. Shit what? The shaved head A losing my mind over. Shaved head Hank Yeah. Let me see the time. Let me see the talk. Let me see the top. A. Lot of if you ran, you ran a three clipper were hair when the actual bat. A three. So that was a three. Get to go get the three and I just didn't. Give get the three and I. Haven't. This I'm losing my mind I'm Britain yet here's your being a bitch. Noam. Don't even. Right now. You know. You right it's like the fascinating I'm actually more Mattie..
"porush" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"My friend Your your show is Can't miss viewing for me and the rest of the Corolla Corolla House And the reason I feel that way is because I feel like whatever your opinion is. That's what we're getting via your show. You have ideas but you have. Disagreements is well like I mean it's like you talked about you know you agree with President trump on this. You don't agree with President President trump on that. And then I think that gives you validity in the space. Because when you're saying something it doesn't sound like partisan politics it sounds like Tucker Carlson's opinion. Yeah well it is. I mean this is my twenty fifth year of doing it and I haven't learned that much but one thing I've learned is you can't sustain falseness overtime and and UH TV radio. I mean it does kind of review and I'm getting older and I'm not. I don't think clever enough to lie about what I think and so I just gave up and say exactly what I think. And and on the trump question by the way I agree with most of trump's platform from the two thousand sixteen campaign and so these ten I disagree with him. Now it's really. I'm kind of on the side that he was on money. I ran on the war questions. For example you know. I'm writing suspicious of certain times when we need to go to war but we should. It'd be really prudent about choosing them. Yeah and I think that It's insane to think that this there's a one size that's GonNa fit all in politics. It would be insane to think if you're a Democrat you before every single thing that's on the platform at form and if you're a republican you'd feel that way force and things are changing so fast it much faster than I think. Many in legacy media certainly in Washington Ri- live would like to see they don't like change. I mean they are kind of conservative in that way temperamentally they just. It's the systems working for them. They don't want to don't want to mix it up at all but all of a sudden I find myself agreeing with people. I've never agreed with disagreeing with those I once agreed with. I mean things are really flexing. The reason is the country's changing superfast so assumptions sumptious. That I had I'm fifty so like twenty. Five years ago are turned out to be wrong. I was wrong about a lot of stuff. Actually and it's okay to admit that. Why wouldn't you admitted? Did you know what I mean. It's interesting makes it actually makes it worth coming in every day because it's fascinating to see the change. Yeah and give yourself everybody. Nobody the space forgiveness serenity or something to change and learn you know to to to you know when I first heard Andrew Yang talking about basic income and affect GonNa give everyone a thousand bucks. I thought Oh get this cockamamie nut job about get it out here and then I was listening to him and he said hey the tech companies are making a ton of money off your information. That's right and they're not giving any of it to you so why. I'm not get some of the money from them. If they're using your information and your your person as it was and they're treating you like a commodity. Yes yes and they're making money off of you. Well then why shouldn't they compensate you for them making a profit off of you and oh I thought yeah that's true I hadn't thought of it that and Yank take seriously the central problem like about Yang. Who I know is? Is that if you have a society where normal people with an I q one hundred. You know what I mean with. No special connections can't make enough to have a family then then you're going to have a really volatile society that you can't sustain over time you can't Brazil and it's just going to become a really messy place and you have to address. It is the basic thing. I'm suspicious especially the basic income not on even economic grounds but on social grounds. I grew up around a lot of people with inherited money and they were all not all but mostly we kind of indolent unhappy self hating insecure. People I'm not sure that you drive any joy out of getting free stuff. I think they're people. We need to support in our society. You can't take care of themselves and I do think we've been obligated to them for real but you know I don't know that creating a lot more trust Koreans is going to make it a lot better place I concur. It's also there's this notion that everyone's GonNa take their thousand dollars and do the physically fiscally responsible thing. Within thet worse. Many of them are going to buy lottery tickets. And you who I mean. Let's be for sure so including me but the point is I'm with you and it's an an interesting thing which is everybody right and left mostly laugh are drilling down on the these. People don't have enough money. They're they're unhappy. They don't have a shot at the American dream that this that and the other We're putting way too much emphasis on money. Hey Way too much emphasis at both ends so you know and actually I have to so I I know that being I mean you don't WanNa be deeply in debt that makes you unhappy. It makes it hard to have a happy marriage. If you're being hounded by creditors that's totally real I've lived that but make a ton of money does not make you Alec. I've done it so I know this is not an you. Certainly don't you are like indigent and then rich and I mean it doesn't I first things first. Your general demeanor does not change any more than if I took my one hundred ten pound lab phil who's generally a happy dog Aug- overly happy dog if I took Phil and I took him out of my seventy three hundred square feet and lock in Yada and put him in twelve hundred square feet and van is he would be exactly the same us. Oh and if you if he started in twelve hundred square feet in Van Nuys and then you moved him to a palace on top of the hill he would still be the same because that's his nature. Yes most people have have a nature you think about. I don't know think about somebody like bill. Maher or Howard stern or Jimmy Kimmel or whomever they have a nature yeah they. We're poor at some time and now the rich the nature remains the same. So this notion of I'm going to get rich and I'm GONNA get happy or yeah I'm GONNA get satisfied. I'm going to change my name. True Happy People. I know many happy people that are poor or porush. Porush people working class lot of satisfaction from working of always said I work with a white collar group a sort of digital oh group of people and I work with a blue collar group of people because I do a lot of automotive stuff and building stuff and whatever and the building side of this group the group that works their hands the group that sort of gets up and puts things together for a living always happy always even never agitated agitated. Never it's the people that have money to sit around and watch. CNN All day are the ones that are agitated your own life. I mean you could do whatever you want at at this point and yet you choose to build things which is the time right so I I do too carpenter my favorite things in the world and I actually know a a number of successful people who I mean. Winston Churchill brick walls in his spare time didn't have the honest estate chartwell. That's because we like to do. There is a real not not bullshit. Small t you know working with your hands is really noble. It actually is satisfying like inherently. This is true well. I don't think that you who can live in a sort of digital world and maintain a level of happiness. I think it's impossible possible. You have to it has to be. There has to be a tangible world. There has to be funny. I I was talking to Dr drew the other day and I was talking to him about something that Scott Adams of Dilbert fame brought up and he said you know you think about about Pharmaceuticals or alcohol marijuana or something is sort of Induces change or alters your your thoughts your your way your feelings he said but think about if you're listening to sad music or think about for you're listening to you know Katrina and the waves walking on sunshine. Yes it changes your mood for sure. So this external thing that comes into you changes your affect a lot. You're sad music pretty sad me here. Happy Music because that way so magin if you're just sitting in front of the TV or in front of the computer ingesting sadness and tragedy and global warming and the Mexican border and what's going on in Iran you know what is that doing to your affect and and then what's it doing to your affect if your yard and you're building a treehouse. He was that kids exactly right so please go out there and produce something put something together. What I'm struck by is how this is becoming an aristocratic society in the worst sense of the term? kind of almost antebellum. Where where we look down on in fact we look down on manual labor to the extent that we we won't even do it? We import people from other countries to do it. which has its own cost but it also degrades us because it it suggests that we believe in fact we do believe that's beneath us Ri- sheeting ourselves out and by the way I'm glad that I'm talk? Show host and not a ditch digger. I'm not you know what I mean. I'm not pretending. But if you have no contact with the physical world if you have no active physical creation Shen is regular part of your life like you're screwing yourself and I but but that seems to be the kind of consensus like I'm above that well you know it's it's an interesting subject and I think it's one that will dovetail into this next thought and I'm very interested in your thoughts on this because I know these are subjects that that you think are profound in a lot of good takes on it so we were wired to go look. I don't I want to go down to the river and wash my clothes. I want a washing machine that is going to free me up to X Y and Z. So everyone were wired to. We don't have to walk. We want to get in a car. We don't want to have to go chase down a an elk with a bow and Arrow we want to go to the Gilson's since the whole foods by fillet. That's that's what we're wired for and that's why we have progress. I mean we move fast asked because we're wired for that you know we don't want to take a wagon train across the West..
"porush" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"Here's the thing and I think you can get you know. I totally agree on that. Were I think the hype got so over hyped over their reunion but this is not like the first time this is like this is like the share. I'm going away. But coming back to her but they kept on would come back and spurts like wasn't five ten years ago. They tried it and they were like okay. We slow with Alvis from here. She puts on a show. She dances a these. She never left the state address. These customer hus- enough they don't it's not. I know people went to Dublin. This story and they went as real fans and they didn't even care. That couldn't sing very well. It was installed grading leaving America's got talent. She left it. I think he'll push so I think also there's an interview that comes out with male on British TV above boyfriend peers. These leaks like juicy pot of accuracy and say this more. She comes after Victoria in the she says. Melby that she hooks up with Zach. Ephron you see what Victoria did over the weekend so classic while her friends were onstage sister. She was out supporting her husband. Who decided ironically enough to put on a soccer uniform for the first time in a very long time and get back on the field. So I went for Jessica subside. Went for Jessica for a couple of years. When I was working with Jesse she broke up with Nicholas shy on the day. Knicks album drops. Yup She decides that she's going to have been known as a as a beautiful blonde blonde like big boobs blonde hair. She decided she's going to go. Read said the cover of the post had red hot jess. It's Jessica in a Red Wig walking around New York that's like his L. I'll never forget that day. Where a powerful her Dad Joe? Simpson decided to announce their divorce Thanksgiving Eve arguably where all the press shutdown macy's parade was the next day. Goes you know what no one's talking about this. They weren't planning the colts. Tell me I was in a photo studio. Appear fifty nine on the west side and Ashley was doing her first big cover. It was L. or sort of fashion. Might say the actually it never got and she's doing a thirst cover. We're in the middle of the photos. Show Ashley's Ashley's Moment Ring Ring Alexan- Jessica who was under the name. Brigitte Bardot that was her name. Time such cold nights so we checked into hotels her. Name's bridget rigid. Always that's bridget capable for us. Like oh I didn't get it. So I was with Ashley and I was very aware. Their sibling briberies always by Jessica. Never drink all my mum's and then then Like should I mean? Nick that say a pull the plug right the statement. Not only Thanksgiving Ashley Speak Ash. Porush tournament she got into the fashion industry. She's doing very well. Let's talk about. We were just talking about Mel B on American Football Uniform. Who Beckham he put on. No he he he got back on the field said she said you put these tight shorts. These wideness gotta think. Rob Say it doesn't happen by. Oh someone would say you're telling me. He decided to start playing soccer the same day and if he did. If it was a coincidence somebody said to him David. This is the same day that the spice girls are coming back. Should we wait or David? Should we do this another day? Or maybe you should wear a suit today. David throw all the data outside of him and if he said I know which you probably did say right do it but I would say if I was his publicist David you know what today is because they if it doesn't work out there to fails spectacle it was a dog if you get a dog in a blind person David David Koch last night. So the guy that was manipulating us. We thought he was going to get voted off. He gave her big speech. He had some sort of disease. He had amputated though he had four limbs but he did say something was amputated. Maybe it's right. And then he had A. He's dog try to puppy. Was like this all the kids and all the guys trashed him the APP in life. Have you ever played the sympathy my arm so I have a damage to arm answer would like to talk them? Oh my arm. I'll right. You're so ruptured. You're ready all right. If you've ever been to like amusement parks before and you go get something to eat right and during the height season we're talking July four yeah longlines where or even at a restaurant for that matter. Where lines could be anywhere from forty five minutes to an hour and fifteen. I have gone to the lengths of Which is true saying I'm diabetic. I just took my insulin and sugar immediately. I do need some food to talks as soon as possible. My wife needs. What am I said? Nah NOT EVEN HOTDOGS. A fully seeded the like. I don't even get one of those beepers that go. We're totally understand your horrible person. I get it I get it but I admitted wife say. She bore defied a thrilled. I depends on the time of the day Sunday show. She'll jump on board if not she'll be really not. Now's not the time you now what you're up to having no idea that they're too little to understand restaurants that I'm real should I'm a diabetes tastes panic. I just eight nine now. Problem is I just told my secret so you know some people say hey. I will get you some orange juice. Which is very nice people and they do you want you want to sit. Sit Down Right so so when they get the orange juice I kind of have to abort mission. I can't I can't complain. You're sitting. Have you ever been? Have you ever been this seats? Not Good for diabetes. Cat wouldn't go because because you gotta realize the situation that you're in. You're in a restaurant that everybody wants to be in at that time. I think you're a star. No no once won't even take probably realize they probably think like I might be someone quote unquote Of WELL NOT EVEN. They don't know so they just go get seated. Yep Yep that I would see glad with all right. Let's talk about secret. I just now the masses are. Let's talk about Adam Levine. Sixteen seasons on the voice of very long commitment in the TV tournament. A ton of money all of a sudden statement over the weekend saying thanks. I love you all goodbye. We reported it to said not gossip breakfast at the up fronts. Which is the big advertising thing New York? Luckily he was a real brat to the point where during rehearsals at Radio City Music Hall. They told him not to bother and they used the standing for the camera. Angle item is a bad boy. Adam on that show behind. The scene is not easy. If you're Adam Fan I get it. Got To be honest with you. Adam's not a easy happy go lucky type of celebrity copy. He has his guard. He will always have to guard up a friend of mine. You know or Danielle. Got To interview Adam Ago The whole interview. You know what he did. Eight and applet. Which when you're doing any radio or TV it's aggressive. It's not good working with they people in my business not fans of Adam as a human being as a man. They love his music. They think he's talented. Adam has a bad reputation. He really does Iowa who work on the voice who authority on TV shows. I've been on camera guy. Sound guys then not fans of atoms. If you say Kelly Clarkson and they lied rush Blake Shelton. Cope like is so much fun if he has a barbecue invited they they like Jennifer Hudson. She was a little bit more removed but they like the one that they don't and they don't trash him. But if I say Adam Levine on Oh yeah that's good. Well who's the ladies? Who'S THE LAST TO SET? Adam the longest in hair makeup atom. Adams tricky? So I think the staff thrilled to see him. Go the show who's unsure because that show it's a little sexist has rotated a lot of women but not a lot of men up like being. The cornerstone is actually in years for a long time. So the shows that. Want to change when you were hates. Let's get the joke out of the way. So if Gwen if Blake steals a contestant from gwen gwynn's GonNa say well you're on the couch tonight and then everybody goes and then yeah that will be He Oh here's another one Let's end on this. Ed Sheeran I like it is GONNA turn thirty eight billion so it's making a total dollar. He's music songwriting. So essentially his songs but other songs he has written Lee's recent so many songs for so many different celebrities the money his just pouring and so when he does a show and celebrity just a concert. You can only do one nine Oregon d to but you gotTa Salmon's agency when you wrote a song it can air thousand different places a million. It's not just that free night and the Money Keeps Rolling Rob Schneider with the other thing you realize with the tour and we made five hundred million dollars on his last tour stockroom normally when Maroon five goes out there's five four five two different guys doesn't sweat it's Ed Sheeran onstage alone Johnson. J. Split it fifty fifty but stays in the same but even so bid you were married. We were to at what sixty day I would have to and then bring it a poor judge Judy with me but I told her about what you do at restaurants. She's she could be diabetic too and she can relate. I decided to find a diabetic really successful. I good for me and I don this. He's a nice guy. He's a good guy when you talk about Ed in show business. Everyone's like he's humble and sweet and on time and Professional. He is a friend of mine. Got To go over to his house in the UK for two days. A friend of ours. Charlemagne got to sleep at his house. Circle interview him. Shooting straight edge took him around town. Had haggas fish like it's an appetizer. Like stuff term would be the dish Jewish equivalent. But it's it's an appetizer. That's pretty rare. He had a chef haggas and vegetarian. Haggis They went to a local pub that his friend as dad sat down. Talk Show if you had a chance. He's on Youtube. Ed Sheeran sherline go. Watch that and it's really gonNA save my friend hard. Well have a great week. Let's let's keep all the money in the household baseball. Sixty relationship them seventy. But what am I getting in return? Love respect how can you argue that and listen? We appreciate a future billionaires in the making rob shooter Garrett. We'll talk to you next week. I'm Jensen carpet. I want you to listen to the new podcast from Shreveport media. An iheartradio called the no sports report with Jensen Car's Ama- comedy writer and a die hard. Sports Fan was terribly missing the athletes. I love so much so every episode..
"porush" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"Or sort of fashion might say the never got, and she's doing a thirst cover. We're in the middle of the photos show. Ashley's Ashley's Moment Ring Ring Alexan- Jessica. Who was under the name Brigitte Bardot, that was her name time such cold nights, so we checked into hotels. Her name's bridget rigid. Always That's bridget. For us like Oh, I didn't get it, so I was with Ashley and I was very aware their sibling briberies always by Jessica. Never drink all my mum's and then then like. Should I mean nick? That's a pulled the plug right the statement. Not, only Thanksgiving Ashley Speak Ash Porush. Tournament. She got into the fashion industry. She's doing very well. Let's talk about. We were just talking about. Mel B on American. FOOTBALL UNIFORM WHO BECKHAM He put on he he. He got back on the field, said she said you put these tight shorts. These wideness gotTa Think, Rob. It doesn't happen by Oh. Someone would say you're telling me. He decided to start playing. Soccer the same day and if he did if it was a coincidence, somebody said to him David. This is the same day that the spice girls are coming back. Should we wait or David? Should we do this another day? Or maybe you should wear a suit today. David throw all the data. Outside of him and if he said I know which you probably did say right do it, but I would say if I was his publicist David. You know what today is because they. If. It doesn't work. Out there to spectacle, it was a dog. Get a dog in a blind person. David David Koch last night, so the guy that was manipulating us. We thought he was going to get voted off. He gave her big speech. You had some sort of disease. He had amputated although he had four limbs, but he did say something was amputated. Maybe it's. Right and then he had a, he's dog. Try to puppy like this. All the kids and all the guys trashed him the APP In Life. Have you ever played the sympathy my arm, so I have a damage to arm answer would. Like. To Talk. 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Restaurants that I'm real should I'm a diabetes tastes? Panic I just. Need eat now now. Problem is I just told my secret so. You know some people say hey. I will get you some orange juice, which is very nice people and they do you want to? You want to sit. Sit Down Right so so when they get the orange juice I kind of have to abort mission I can't complain. You're sitting. Have you ever been? Have you ever been this seats? Not Good for diabetes. Cat wouldn't go. Because because you gotta realize the situation that you're in. You're in a restaurant that everybody wants to be in at that time. I think you're a star. No, no once won't even take. Probably realize they probably think like I might be someone. Quote Unquote of Radio. Well, not even they don't know. So they just go. GET SEATED YEP. Yep that I would see glad with. All right, let's talk about secret. I just now the masses. Are Let's talk about Adam Levine sixteen seasons on the voice of very long commitment in the TV tournament, a ton of money, all of a sudden statement over the weekend, saying thanks, I love you all. Goodbye we reported it to said not gossip breakfast at the front, which is the big advertising thing New York, luckily he was a real brat to the point where during rehearsals at Radio City Music Hall they told him not to bother, and they used the standing for the camera angle item is a bad boy. Adam on that show behind the scene is not easy. If you're Adam. Fan I get. It got to be honest with you. Adam's not a easy happy go lucky type of celebrity. Copy! He has his guard. He will always have to guard up a friend of mine you know or Danielle got to interview Adam a couple of years ago. The whole interview you know what he did eight and applet which when you're doing any. Radio or TV and It's aggressive. It's not good. It's working with. They know people in my business, not fans of Adam as a human being as a man. They love his music. They think he's talented. Adam has a bad reputation. He really does Iowa. Who Work on the voice who authority on TV shows I've been on camera guy, sound guys, then not fans of atoms. If you say Kelly Clarkson and they lied to rush like Blake. Shelton Cope, like is so much fun if he has a barbecue, vice it, they they. They like Jennifer Hudson. She was a little bit more removed, but they like. The one that they don't and they don't trash him, but if I say Adam Levine on Oh, yeah, that's good well. WHO's the ladies? WHO's the last to set adam the longest in hair makeup atom? Adams tricky so I think the staff thrilled to see him. Go The show WHO's? Unsure because that show it's a little sexist has rotated a lot of women, but not a lot of men up like being the cornerstone is actually in years for a long time, so the shows that want to change when you were hates. Just, let's get the joke out of the way, so if Gwen if blake steals a contestant from Gwen. GonNa say well. You're on the couch tonight, and then everybody goes. And then. Yeah That will be He Oh, here's another one Let's end on this. Ed Sheeran I like it. Is GonNA turn thirty eight. So it's making a million dollar, he's music. Songwriting so. Essentially his songs, but other songs, he has written a Lee's recent so many songs for so many different celebrities the money he's just just pouring, and so when he does a show and celebrity just a concert. You can only do one nine Oregon D to, but you gotTa Salmon's agency. When you wrote a song, it can air thousand different places a million. It's not just that free night, and the Money Keeps Rolling Rob Schneider with the other thing you realize with the tour and we made five hundred million dollars on his last tour stockroom. Normally when Maroon five goes out, there's five four five two different guys. Doesn't spend time. It's Ed Sheeran onstage alone. Johnson J. Split it fifty fifty, but stays in the same, but even so bid..
"porush" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"War. Okay so the first World War the Second World War and camp line since is also customary for us over here to wear a red copy. Really now you will see why puppies and the like sprouting up from various organizations. Who Don't really want to go with the flow? No something on doors a red. Poppy is as far as I'm concerned we were to show our respect for the people who afforded as the liberty that we now have today to around and do all bits and pieces so he's just showing a mark of respect to our fallen. I love US I. It's our armistice day or Remembrance Day so I went to Gibraltar brought this year which is somewhere I must spine right now as we speak. But when I was Gibraltar always brought her is at the tip of Spain. O'Brien down South Office far as you can get. And it's a rock his by the English British and as a remembrance service there which is which has a great turn up the governor of the on and that's another own regiment the Gibraltar Regiment. Which is quite interesting? So the next few months I'll probably go buy the spine. And maybe few places with Djibril Richmond. Because they're they're they were cracking loader guys. The good work. My son's just recently with his regiment been working with the Moroccan with them in Morocco. which has been really cool so yes Jibril Rajoub? This year Muslims Sunday we spent in Gibraltar of towns have gripe but brides obviously London. The Senate's off the main war memorial to our glorious dead is attended by thousands absolutely probably hundreds of thousands of people will come into London anti part and the price. They're outside of London. You all the big say. What a major sees Samson Manchester Livable leads onis batons whatever members? Dave brighter some. So and then he got into into the smaller areas of the UK. And you gotta remember during the World Wars. The you know a massive country. So the Charles's of have any small village or hamlet town not being affected by war was very very very unlikely and so as you drive through. The country saw taught just about every village every hamlet every ball suppplies has got his own is II memorial to people that lived in the area area. We'll take him from his early for sacrificing making the Oakwood sacrifice of going to war view country so very poignant time for me nothing is it is important important the youth of today understand. Why don't we do this? You know. Glorify War let's don't dare is not not to say how Great Wolves Wolves Zahn great however countries tall to defend yourself and oppresses needs to be dealt with and you know. He's a well known fact. They've if we end that that would things in the first World War Second World War the outcome of in very very different to what is today we could even be living under dictatorship and then how much limiting you would you be afforded to run around town shouting going off and doing all the rest of the stuff that you do on a daily basis so for you for the day is very very important that they learn. It's not bother history culture and I forget we are operating on an island several several times over the places history tried inviter almond. And there's always been a plan in place to defend our on and to the last man if need be that's the way it is so you. Don't Zebu Berating people celebrating or remembering our fallen because my little bit sad to see that sort of stuff so that was remember for Sunday. This week did last Sunday alarm for the day of the month every without fail and she turning out and look. I people remember Raffle in every day of the year. He's not just on. The eleventh case affects our lives more than others and certainly of Lost Martha share friends. As you know a good deal of you great folk out there as well so yeah. That's enough said on that I'M NOT GONNA. I'm not gonNA granted that from that but I just for I've mentioned Chidlren a little bit politics. Obviously we general election coming up over here which is going to throw up some interesting stuff we have to my. He's here he didn't understand. That goes with a lighter by why and we have the conservative polly the Conservatives were in power at the moment and light before the Labor Party publicize liberal types the conservative a more of your armed forces and that sort of stuff I would have said. The current leader of the Labour Party's in popular with a lot of people on both sides of the coin because he has links Govan links to organizations which were which she probably wouldn't want to associate yourself with doesn't get too good oppress but it'll be interesting is making promises around our armed forces at the moment around veterans but we get this every time promises promises promises promises and very very very little deliverance when it comes to as he push comes to shove these people getting power. They don't ever seem to Saint delivered what they've promised as few the next coming. Mumps and his general general election could have a bearing on how things don't forget we've been kicking. His brexit can down the road for a very long time me. Personally I'm a BREXIT TO DO WANNA leave European Union and it's about time we we all toys but a lot of my wife and obviously you're drag their heels and we still haven't managed to deliver. Who voted for over over for years ago now so but in the UK? Very turbulent time as the rest of the world really having turbulent a billion times of the politics and the way he's let's talk politics there for today. What am I to this week? I'm of the Bulgarian. We're also be running. Some shooting causes assist with some looking forward to. I've also been doing so filming which college in about right now but I'm doing some really interesting stuff. We've had their remembrance rumble. Now it's something you would Hussein Sane. which was my big boxing match? So I'm why morning down now a little bit too Christmas. It'd be interesting I'm doing live shows on Safra up On facebook cause some really. He Co stuff coming up in Bulgaria. I'm probably taking a trip to Canada. Although the Nile your feel about the Canadians in America actually be able to call time out there for sure and then I've got some stuff from the UK. So I plan on plenty look forward to and plenty of stuff that I'll be doing in the next in the coming weeks so we're GONNA talk about a forty the of my history tonight and told you about my experiences in northern on all the province because as a young soldier that was the first place I ever saw combat. There was a I I saw went and it's always so widely publicized outside of the UK the tribulations in an what we went through in northern on on and it was a very very tricky tricky place to operate firstly. Give you a little bit of aground into what happened over there. Massive tension between Catholic states and composed in the states great divides in employment social housing. And all that sort of stuff with the Catholic state property bearing the brunt of the worst of the housing in there and the conditions in store stuff that said as tensions rose in the early days the British army was taken over there basically to act as a barrier between the two the two factions. which were the Protestants and the Catholics? They just basically formed a barrier one salting after the. Ah Because if you've got right back in history that has been troubling Arlen for years and years and years caused by into the potato family. Eka You could. You could apportion blame all the way back for for the hundreds of years. I'm not going to that today. What we're going to deal with? This is why we originally went there and was because tensions are rising between Catholics dyson president sites and the British army refers has deployed over there in the early seventies to basically provide a Baria between the two actually probably more concerned with looking after the Catholics than what they were the Protestants and whatever it is period could honeymoon period. Where for a while the British were there? They were received very well with the Catholic people to the point that they fire across of women giving him cups of tea and what sort of stuff and looking after them on cordons while they're they're parked up on the street doing Vaco kyw points and stuff but with a very short period of time. The honeymoon periods dissolved and his troops didn't go and the violence intensified enough guest at the British was seen more of an occupying now by the people on the on. The Catholic sites who've been Giardi wanted to remain Irishmen. That is the crux of it. They wanted to remain as Irish. The Protestants wanted to start his prison guy. So if you look at the on and does a whole Dovan on the seven counties up at the top opposition. And that's that's that's the way the landsman divided for quite some time now in terms of if you really look at it you know Orlands went bust a few years ago. If we give them back the seven counties that are GonNa bust Salaam lot quicker than that so I think that is an update was I know we want them back on. The back is the. I'll probably fitness few. Didn't that set. Let us I We were then as British soldiers soon as occupies by by the Irish although he wanted to be Irish however we now seeing his saviors but as you wanted to be British so so was flipped on its head being attacked by people are the Irish Republican Army the IRA the provisional in these splinter groups time to fruition derision early seventies honest eighties and not go out of my first trip in about eighteen hundred eight of writing on the I did my first trip ninety nine by Ti. It was a two year residential tour of Northern Ireland in a place called Londonderry and call it dairy. And I'M NOT GONNA go down argument humint now because we could talk about that on on his. We did what was good. I residential tall. which was where you basically to? Your family lived in Northern Ireland. If you're married or if you're a single soldier you've got enough downtime if you go to places like porush and have some downtime and some time off have that said it was extremely intense work when you we're working and we did what were called city tools where we went into small patrol bases in the city of Londonderry and under constant threat of attack from from various different frets whether it'd be shooting bombing that also math again as in those days bombing policy being the preferred unite. It wasn't unheard offers to shoot out your John. Drop something of a building on your all loss of public unrest. Lots of violence. Lots of that sort of stuff United I end. If you were traveling in vehicles I needed to be armored or outsource stuff. So we did these Saito's I would go on for at six or seven. Weeks is what I experienced with ours. Republican as a contact with the enemy was lighter. Eighty nine Poli coming up to Christmas time and they both smoke bomb. alsaud patrol buys his which was detonated. It went and We came out to see what it wasn't react to it and we found that it hadn't really targeting was told his driveway that it was probably called. Come on which meant that. We were going to come out and then get attacked again by another means that we have set up an incident control point shortstop. Because you have rules and regulations and yellow cards and all that sort of stuff. It was difficult you had to appease many people when you were working over there. You know you were working under the constraints of what they call military and aid to the civil power and it was a it was a difficult time. It was is an emergency situation and you had to do things properly so the IRA news as we came out on this particular time I have plans to Nova bomb in a public. Who's right vile patrolled by stars? We get ready in the patrol base showing off bone in the second one that stood run as to when it went luckily enough..
"porush" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"It says the deep state surrounding this He had a dinner included Carey Biden Jared and Loretta Lynch Back Two Thousand Sixteen. So these are all the culprits and He's really tight with Victoria. Newman so Victoria new. And it's the wife of Robert Kagan And it was Author Author Donald. Rather Robert and Victoria put together that kneepads always a project for new American Century. That makes us. It wasn't wasn't she also involved with Ukraine and pull out there giving food to the rebel right and also she was. They're trying to make sure the engineer veneer to get Porush reports shankill in power. They called him chocolate king. No no he wasn't chocolate he was he was a pedophile king. The prostitute King drug-king Ukraine. This guy's a billionaire. He's a mega criminal. WHO's like a mafiose a dawn? Let's see this. Eric Miller was promoted due to Acting Senior Director for European and Russian affairs quirks under Obama that's when Russia took over Crimea. And that's when the Ukraine was denied. The weapons it was actually trump. Who delivered the defensive weapons to the Ukraine because After the Soviet Union spell. We promised if they gave up their news that we would protect him. And of course Obama did the exact opposite almost all the information out out. There is a lie. Did you hear the latest from I think it was Brennan who said don't blame us. We took orders from Obama. We came with just a few days ago. So Obama's on the crosshairs now this son of whatever. He's going to be a lot of trouble Mr Obama and even as far as he's nutball. The left has gone so far in the Democratic Party he would not even be elected now by these Democrats are. We've been nominated because the guy I've I've got in here. Which is why they don't want to want to get to you? Signed by Adam Shift and it says I certify the information contains on this form is true complete correct to the best of my knowledge. The signature of the travel traveler is Thomas Edgar now. Iger bigger is Thomas Eager is one of the nineteen fellows of the Atlantic Council's Eurasia Congressional Fellowship. A globalist loveless program that educates congressional staff on current events in Eurasia region. So you got nineteen of these guys on various congressman stap up working this coup to top and this was as recent as nine thirteen two thousand nineteen so this was when the Russia gate fell apart they needed. Did you know they needed to have this. So called The whistle blower and then when trump released the actual contents of the conversation to the president of the a Ukraine There was no Pro Quo or anything else and so everything is made out of whole cloth everything they say. Hey is he exact opposite and I think people need to be a fear a revolution or prepare to Do a counter could cause I believe. Yeah I believe. They're advising trump. I would immediately declare. State national merged put Nancy Pelosi Maniacs jail. I wouldn't put a stop to all of this. I closed down to media. Let me finish. I would immediately closed down a Washington Post. MS LSD and CNN. These all be John and Enemy we're trying to go to jail and they're journalists would never be journaling again in America maybe in Venezuela some Third World Banana Republic. But but we gotta stop this stuff. Because you see real business of America's not getting done trump wants to control drug prices. He wants to fix the border. He wants to. Trade treaties with Russia in China wants to get rid of their nukes and so's China Sea in Venezuela and Nicaragua. We can't do any of these things because Nancy crowd are totally fixated on on the idea of knowing reversing the two thousand sixteen election. They WanNa take over and twenty twenty and if they do. It's the end of America and if they come to my door your dig and try to take my guns. They'RE GONNA get a hell of a shock and lots of other. MILLIONS OF AMERICANS AREN'T GONNA put up with it and I note if these police are stupid enough to see if they're gonNA start stripping the guns from X. Veterans armed to the teeth with their former military weapons and four or five tours of duty. I think we have a suicidally demonic monoply energized crazy crowder mainly Democrats Republicans. Like you know Mitt Romney and this other Muslims part of care that's a republics supposedly wasn't Republican quit but we have a heck of a mess and it's a demon raskin power at the end of America is the end. We'll have a civil war. Won't we know we're actually were in one and We're not fighting again hot one. It'll it'll get into a blood spilling civil war. It'll be where they tried to send special forces. Police said the population and the first few people. Don't get NAFTA THAT WE'RE GONNA have a lot of DADS special forces are going to die trying to do what they're doing. They're not gonNA to make it okay because there's too many of us and we're clever and we're gonNA use exotic weapons. We have to against the buggers because they're not gonNA get away with it and if these politicians think that they they can create pass legislation and do the stuff. They'll subjugate us. They're delusional is not going to happen. We're Americans were the toughest people on Earth in human history. WE'RE NOT KINDA put up with it even Canadians. Didn't that's why they had to nullify the law. They register your guns in Canada Canadian up with it so the conservative government for the this idiot Justin Trudeau took over and by the way he's learning now been castrated so he can't do damn thing. He's a minority government. Hopefully we'll get rid of the full. He's an idiot he. He really is dangerous isn't he. Yeah well the other interesting thing is I'll all of these people that are involved you look at Obama. They got the Global Citizen Award from the Atlantic Council Biden got the global citizen the War Kissinger did Hillary Clinton did In go one after another these are all people involved in this conspiracy. It's an international conspiracy. It's not just senator in Washington. They've used both the you know the the Commonwealth out of Australia tre tre Australia and You know the M I five guy. steel out of out of England. So this is not kept alone at all. In fact back there's a there's a hierarchy of the A. That's a little bit more sophisticated than the Atlantic Council the council's like.
"porush" Discussed on Con Artists
"Of Jordan's right hand man. Danny Porush Danny Johnnie had initially brought Steve into the firm as a rat hole. which was their code word for a nominee or frontman steve would invest Danny and Jordan's money in penny stocks that Stratton oakmont was taking public once the stock went public and the price of the stock inflated? Steve would pull out. There is causing the stock to completely collapse. Danny and Jordan would pasty for his service as a rat hole and have enough leftover ova to walk away wealthy men but now Steve Madden was graduating from rat-hole to client every brokerage on Wall Street had wanted to take his company public but Steve was loyal to his grade school friend and allowed Stratton oakmont to do the honors. This was the stock that was going to legitimize Stratton oakmont from frat house to bona fide. Wall Street brokerage and Jordan and Danny secretly owned more than half of Steve Madden stock courtesy of their rat holes the second the company went public then money would compound exponentially by the end of the day when they dumped the stock. They be taking home twenty million dollars twenty times more than what Jordan made in one week just the thought of it. It put a certain spring in his step by the time. Jordan arrived at the Office on the twenty third. Steve Madden was already milling around ready to give a speech to the brokers to rally them before they hit the phones. Jordan strode across the floor towards his corner office. The past two empty desks. He signed and shook his head. The desks stood as a lingering reminder that not everyone was loyal to the cause. The desks were once occupied by to promising young strategy nights but they had turncoats hotan him at the slightest sign of trouble they thought the feds would take better care of them then Jordan Belfort Stratton Oakmont was in the middle of an SEC investigation in fact at that very moment there were two representatives from the SEC in the office conference room or dissing their files. Jordan has surrendered the documents willingly although he had blasted the air conditioning in the conference room down to a freezing forty degrees if you can't shake him off freeze them out he reasoned the SCC SCC had already subpoenaed fourteen of his employees interviewing them about aggressive selling tactics that might contribute to financial fraud food within Stratton Oakmont twelve of these employees had lied under oath protecting Jordan and the company and so far they'd suffered suffered zero consequences in fact they recurrently sidling up to their desks ready to make millions of dollars in stock sales that day the two who had cracked on the other hand had been banned by the S. e. c. from working insecurities for life and Jordan had happily defy it them they were probably flipping burgers somewhere drowning in debt and falling behind on their million dollar mortgage payments. It was a shame name but it was no longer his problem. Danny Porush meanwhile was screaming at a broker for taking time on the clock to feed his goldfish pets like Goldfish were allowed at the office but taking valuable time out of their working hours to feed them was not not Jordan watched as the young broker apologized profusely which did little to curtail Danny's tirade. Jordan couldn't help Alpe laugh. His business partner was nuts but it was part of his chom. Danny concluded his tirade by reaching into the fishbowl polled and grabbing the brokers goldfish with his bare hands then sure enough. He swallowed it all in a day's work when the clock ticked to nine thirty. AM Jordan's Legion of brokers attacked their telephones and and spent the next eight hours driving sales of Steve Madden stock by midday. The price of the stock had already more than tripled and by closing time Jordan's prophets skimmed twenty two million dollars via the use of his rat hole. Jordan found it to be an auto kind of poetic justice the SEC was suing him for twenty two million dollars and he made the settlement in a day not that he was simply letting his money goes to the federal government. He wasn't giving up without a fight but somehow he couldn't shake the feeling that the noose was tightening he put the thought out of his mind and set out for a night of celebration wondering how many many of these nights he had left but then at the start of Nineteen ninety-four special agent Gregory Coleman with the FBI cool twinned that Jordan was laundering money in Swiss bank accounts unluckily for Jordan money laundering injuring with special agent Coleman's we'll house according to agent Coleman the first time he mets Jordan Belfort it was on his hundred hundred sixty seven foot yacht called the Nadine which he had docked in New York as Coleman and a fellow agent walked onto the boat they could see a spread of lobster and caviar champagne and fat stacks of bills laid out on a buffet table. Jordan orden was a consummate host offering to help the investigators out however he could he then attempted to bribe them agent Coleman Holman new then and there that he wanted to take Jordan Belfort down the guy got under his skin he told jo-john as much and Jordan didn't told the agents to get off his boat as they made their way down the stairs Jordan through two of the lobsters at them after years of prying the lid was finally wrenched off the F. B. I. placed immense pressure on the Swiss list government to cooperate with their investigation. They were able to apply similar pressure to a few of Jordan's associates who are helping him smuggle money overseas when faced with enough jail time the witnesses agreed to talk next Jordan finally finely faces his day of reckoning now back to the story in December nineteen ninety-three thirty-one-year-old Roll Jordan Belfort was on top of the world he had taken. Steve Madden Public and his firm may twenty two million dollars in a day his his personal sheriff. That was a cool thirteen million dollars. He was busy laundering that money into a Swiss bank account fronted by his wife's wife's Aunt Patricia for her part on Patricia was thrilled to be receiving more than one hundred and twenty thousand dollars allowance a year which allowed amounted to move into a massive apartment near her grandchildren who lived in London and Best of all the twenty two million dollar lawsuit that the SEC had slapped him with seemed to be crumbling. Also Jordan's attorney Zorkin told him I explained that the SEC had enough to slap stratton oakmont on the wrist but the case wasn't as bulletproof as they'd hoped Jordan's overly cautious business practices of never leaving a paper trail and never conducting business on the phone had saved him the SEC didn't have enough to bring the full wrath of Pon Stratton oakmont instead in Nineteen ninety-four the SEC. We see told children. They were willing to settle the suit for three million dollars on one condition. Jordan never worked insecurities. He's again he would have to step down from Stratton Oakmont and find some other way of making an honest living at first the idea disgusted Jordan he had built Stratton Oakmont from the ground floor. Hundreds of employees relied on him. He couldn't pull out is a safe himself and let the company fold but I had mu good news. Stratton oakmont didn't have to close just because ause Jordan couldn't run. The company didn't mean he couldn't let Danny run it and then act as Danny's adviser for all the SEC Z. Cad Jordan could take office across the hall. He could stick his head in from time to time as a consultant he could continue to shape the company's future an play the stock market as one of Stratton oakmont clients in the private sector. It all felt too good to be true. There was no no way it was that easy that he could walk away from the lawsuit the company and retire a rich man with his wife and kids. Jordan then took some time to consider the offer walking away from Stratton oakmont would break his heart but he also knew it was time to make exchanges. Maybe he should hang up his hat. Sober up and ride off into the sunset shortly thereafter in nineteen ninety four thirty two year old Jordan Belfort took the deal he settled the lawsuit and that should have been the end of it he should have walked away from fraudulent activities altogether but he didn't in fact the majority of Jordan's illicit activities ramped up in nineteen ninety four and would continue for the next four years during this time he would use a method called cockroach.
"porush" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Good Morning Thursday morning. Els Excellent Thursday throwback Thursday throwback Thursday the summer of O._J.. What more could you ask for? We got new O._J.. Content Oh yeah well. He keeps giving us more. He's sharp content to it. Slices Chris cut it out. They use we'll get there. We'll get excited about the the open championship the way that I am which opened every go here we go wasn't into Scotland. You know believe it's Ireland desch saying is it not you you sound worse than that guy in the soap Balki perfect before the show with your Irish accent Porush Northern Ireland the open championship yes we will have tiger your updates coming up what time this morning seven one is. Tigers tetons three ten. I believe British time. Apparently he says he's not in that group thing no no he's honey just lucky charms. He's old. He has multiple back surgeries and it's cold and raining over there. That's a bad kind multiple exactly one other thing. He hasn't really played any golf. It's master so proceed with caution with forty four free or something like that yeah he should of it. You know what I mean. Just bounce. Yeah Pete won a U._S.. Open says I'm out and that was it. He should have won. Masters dropped the club and be like I'm out you wonder if that was his walk-off shot a few months ago when he won the master's walk that was just because gophers have that weird thing where they they're at their peak for whenever that is and then it goes away and then they have one and then okay that was right. Why obviously I would have been the perfect handy he didn't WanNa do that? He wants to be Michael Jordan playing for the Washington Wizards so now instead of having the iconic final shot we gotta deal with yet but hit his wizards went to the finals and won a couple of months ago Michael's as wizards stick this thing sticky tales he was right he was going to win the masters again. He can't win any other tournament but he'll win the masters now he will one more one more. We'll see I hope so Phil Mickelson off to a terrible start rory mcilroy off. Maybe he forgot well. If you go to Ireland you don't WanNa eat anyway. Don't do bangers to angers the mashes. Whatever that's just potato paying hey pass on that dodgers L. Z. in Philadelphia early this morning really they won that game seventy two there was a two hour and thirty seven minute rain delay in that game? The game didn't end until nearly went M. local time and in Philly town one forty two A._M.. East Coast time they turn around and play an early afternoon game today in twelve thirty yeah so they turn around early but <hes> and they they did it again they want seventy-two David Friesen home run late in the game to kind of crack it open and they're rolling as far as I'm concerned. There's sweeper them now. I know there was a hiccup the other night but we're not going to count that because Cami was hurt. We came back and we were not getting my head. Was He hurt art. He said he heard I know what he said. He was limping. I I know I I believe that he got hit. He pitched his foot was bothering him. He did not pitch well last night last night. I try to try to slide in there. I understand it so Kelly. You won't see problem is that sometimes I pay attention. You said the name you said the name that I think is getting more interesting by the day <hes> your your guy who you might start wanting to take ownership of again our big victory by the way the other big free agent acquisition that was here for a second before getting hurt by real good again. pollock politics is back in playing nicely take pictures <hes> yeah no he might go down Exa. That's a deal he's a good player. He gets hurt a lot. That's just his M._o.. Joe Kelley pitched another inning last night..
"porush" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Time to. To tell you this tap before. I cracked up this Mike a short while ago. I was watching the Dallas Stars. I'm a big fan of the stick in the puck. I grew up in a family, and I've talked about this before my uncle played professional hockey and of all the sports that was so emphasized in my family. So in over time, it was the stars beating the predators knocking them out six games to one the final score in OT. John Kling bergh's overtime goal is. What's sealed the deal for them? It took fifty one shots because of PK Renna was unbelievable. And it was for for the prints in the nets. But it was their night. That's for sure. So they've on and this. Is what happens in the play offs. Somebody goes home and somebody wins, and it is kind of rough. When you I mean, they left it all out there both of those tea, but I have to say that I was pretty excited about the the fact that the stars were able to they were able to win that move on and not have to game seven back in Nashville because that would be very very tough. And they finished the sweep at the pistons for the first series win since two thousand and one who I know I've got bucks fans out there because you've sent me emails so you have to be psyched about that victory. That's that's huge. When you think of the history. Go back. Mind and think about that. And that was a very long time ago. In fact, ten coaches have been there since the bucks now have won this. But they did sweep one twenty seven to one zero four and they did a Little Caesars arena. And there were a couple of people that were just tremendous in the win. And we know. Reggie jackson. Scored twenty of his twenty six points in the first half, and including one of those put backs that's one of the things you see that happened before the halftime buzzer. And boy, oh, boy there was a sellout crowd. And they went absolutely crazy in Detroit, but it wasn't enough. So there you go the bucks sweep and they move on. Speaking of moving on. There's so many questions now about Tiger Woods because. Tiger Woods comes off of winning in just a week ago that tremendous masters, and and that's the conversation for in the man cave. We're talking about we're talking about the the fact that could he win another major can he tied Jack Nicklaus as eighteen wins majors because he's got fifteen now, and he just was absolutely amazing in that, you know, in winning green jacket and coming up on the backside able to pull it out. And he again is just energized and has himself in great form and Francesco Mullah. Nari fellow. Part at the wrong time, and it left that opening for a tiger to win. And I'm sure he's still celebrating when you have a drought like that. You got to think of it got eighty one PGA tour victories for Tiger Woods. That's crazy eighty one. And then majors fifteen five green jackets, five green jackets. How tough it is to be able to win one for so many. And yet he made makes it look almost easy when he was able to do it again. And so a week's gone by and people we've had gone through Easter and people are still talking about Tigers win, and what comes up with the next majors. In fact, I want you to roll back in your mind and think about that victory. And here's what tiger had to say afterwards. Just unreal. You know, the whole term it has meant so much to me over the years come here and ninety five the first time and players winning in ninety seven and then come full circle twenty two years later it again. Think of that. That's a lot of time between isn't it? A lot of time. It'd be tween and the conversation I had to tonight with before I went on the air. It was a guest on Gary Jeff Walker show and the legendary w w in Cincinnati, and we talked about does he win another one Kenny win another one. And I don't know that he beats Jack's record. But I do think he can win. I do think he can win another major. And I think the masters showed that what major it is. I don't know. But I think he pulls it out. I don't think it's going to be at at the open Porush where I just visit. When I was in Ireland that looks like a really tough course, then that could flip a coin for that. But oh, Maya my I think he does go onto win. Another one don't think he beats Jack's record of eighteen if he was lucky tie it. But that'd be it's pretty darned tough. Let's put it that way mentioned the playoffs and in the NBA, and we moved from the NBA to the very beginning of season. Because it still feels like the beginning when we're talking about major league baseball have you caught a game yet. Ooh. Live.
"porush" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Large. TJ show podcast are your way to stay connected funny after the show's over more show, total recall as TJ and thirty and cast shows are all available through I tunes. And most other podcasts verses Dow Jay. All right. All we hear from from stories of Russia is bad news. It's political. It's honest, but Russia has some pretty wacky stuff that happens. I mean, some wild whacky stuff. There is a Russian Colonel. A military field officer his name is Colonel Nikolai Porush gov, and you will crush you is that the latest weapon that Russia has that nobody can compete within the rest of the world militarily. Not just psychic soldiers. But they're also utilizing telepathic dolphins for their naval attacks knife depressive. What does that mean don't make no sense? Well, if you're one of the people that believes that dolphins of the smartest creatures on earth or water, then you'd probably still believe that they could have psychic abilities telepathic abilities telepathic is psychic along with the psychic soldiers. Yes. What I don't. What is this even me to do? Well, they they will know what the moves are going to be of the enemy before the enemy does it. They can read minds they'll read the be able to read the minds of the of the commanders of the other militaries. This is something we can't compete with lady gentlemen's. Clearly, this is crazy. This is crazy. This is crazy. Another cool story. Funny story wacky story out of backwards. Russia. They have introduced into the prisons. Yoga. Prisoners doing yoga bring peacefulness to the people. Well, it brought a little bit of chaos until the Russian prison. Authorities had to reassure all the inmates doing yoga, regardless of what you've been told will not make you gay. I knew the problems because Russian guys make them gay way up. No, no, no way. Down with dog. I think not. Child's pose you child. There were a lot of the guys in that refuse to do. It are are spoke against it. Because they thought it was gonna make me gay and some of them got all upset because they they didn't want, you know, they may be the smaller of the prisoners small prisoners. They didn't want. The other one's doing yoga turn and gay and coming after. Make sense. Yeah. I don't know what year it is in Russia. But clearly not twenty nineteen. What do you mean? Well, I guess it makes sense. If you believe yoga can turn you to begin. Or then you if you're the smaller prisoner, you're worried about the bigger prisoners coming after you, then I will do nothing more than warrior one. That's so funny. Maybe Celje tation their stop lights don't work, but they're introducing telepathic dolphins and yoga. This is the ace TJ show. Still love. Well. Ridiculous story. You know, how we know because he says I have a ridiculous story. I bid of this morning, and I had to stop and go. Well, now, what do I go through with this or do? I just stop and go to work. So ridiculous. So stupid that. Even just one dollar to as days radio family, Terry. We're ready campaign. Money on working media, help members of our radio family might need at J dot com and the DJ at the radio family, cheery one dollar link to donate. I want to save up to seventy five percent on domestic or international airline tickets, then call low cost airlines for prices, so low we can't publish them. Call eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen eight hundred two eight seven forty seven sixteen. On the ace and TJ show. If you are a fan of the country music. Are you even just know what country music is? There is a new best singer in all of country music. And country music doesn't even know it yet. The best new country singer. Country doesn't even know. Mint about to be shaken up. You think that Casey must graves female bogus of the year? Wait till next year. Wait until next year. When my girl gets a new. Okay. So that in about thirty minutes. So this morning, I was running a little bit behind just kind of give the visual when I come down the stairs at my townhouse on the counter every night. I lay everything out. There's my my wife, and whatever I have for the day and my bag to put my breakfast stuff in which is in the refrigerator all organized, and there's a little plastic Cup there that my nephew gave me from his elementary school. And in it, I put like there's just vitamins, and you know, whatever there's a pack of vitamins that I take every so just dropped ball in the Cup. So they're ready to go. So I get down this morning, and I was out of water then have any water, and I thought well, okay. I mean describes on the real quick running behind. I reach around. It's like a step away open the refrigerator door and in the refrigerator there are two middle lights, and I five bottles of water. And I reached back and grabbed a Cup sit on the counter reach their frigerator. Pop. It open throw the water down take realize. Oh my God. I just opened a beer at five o'clock in the morning. And it wasn't is cold. And it was make no mistake about it. Be lists. I stood there. Well, you know. It's it was it was perfect. And and I wasn't. I was just wasn't expecting. When it hit me. Like, wow. That was good. It is it is five o'clock in the morning, though. But if I the only alternative is the poor this out. Yeah. You don't wanna do that? Yeah. The drive to work. I took one more swing out of four. I don't understand why in our culture, some things are okay to drink at a certain time. And some some aren't like, you know, it's okay to drink vodka in early morning. You know, it's culturally acceptable. When it's in a bloody mayor buddy also culturally acceptable to drink sham pag knee when but the orange juice makes that a breakfast dri. You also do the same thing with vodka and orange juice. Make it a breakfast beverage Tito's in tonic at ten AM. Like, ooh, you got a problem. But if you order a Bloody Mary totally fine on the weekend not on a Tuesday before work on a weekend or at the airport anytime at the airport can't trick aplenty merrier Mosa before work. Can you not? I know for a fact you can't.
"porush" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Manual mccrone is in France still trying to gut the French model in the liberalize Brock Obama's coming out and saying Trump is a symptom, not a cause and Medicare for all great. That means he's tacking in our direction. That means that AO see is making more of a register and the national debate. Then some center right democrat, whose name I honestly can't even think of because there isn't any with any profile right now. Better work is running a solidly progressive campaign for Senate of in Texas on Barack Obama as the sophisticated trend reading politician that is is speaking to it. Now here is as part of the area that Jamie just. Where you know he's just doesn't get it. And now he's gonna do some some data, hang to young people in the last midterms, election in two thousand fourteen. Fewer than one in five young people voting. One in five. Not too, and five or three one in five. Is it any wonder this? Congress doesn't reflect your values and your priorities. Are you surprised by that. This whole project of self government only works. If everybody's doing their part. Don't tell me your vote. Doesn't matter. I won states in the presidential election because of five, ten twenty votes per precinct. And if you thought elections don't matter, I hope these last two years have corrected that impression. Okay. So look, let's actually start again where he's right about this. Okay. I'm sorry. Yes, elections do matter. Your vote absolutely does matter. And everybody needs to go out and vote for Democrats in November period. If you don't understand the importance of that again, you're just not in reality. He's one hundred percent right about that. On the other hand. I mean, this is a common Obama trope and he's always said it, and I think it just misses one. It's like, look, Barack Obama. Got those extra people to turn out because Barack Obama's a charismatic likeable person not because of a policy agenda per se. Maybe somewhat a policy agenda in two thousand twelve, but people really liked him. And the reality is, is that Hillary Clinton campaign ran a campaign essentially built on an Obama model and what they missed was that for all of the metrics and all of the supposed- quantitative sophistication, the basic ingredient that set Obama apart is people like the guy unless you're a weirdo or a racist, right? Or both. You like Barack Obama. What's not to like. And so even with Mitt Romney, there were crazy polls where people said, oh, well, trust Mitt Romney more on the economy. We trust Mitt Romney more on military issues, which which are, I mean just made no sense, but then there would just be this vast Gulf on who's looking out for me as a person and Obama just Porush to him. And if you don't have that personal asset set, you cannot run sim campaigns and then more broadly, dude, I don't know, man. You made some nice steps in some in some directions. Okay. There's more people on Medicaid because of you. There was a stabilization of the crisis because of you. But I'm sorry in particular when you're lecturing, young people. Union talk about universal student loan forgiveness. You didn't say that the first job right now is not to kind of faint to austerity as you did annot nine and ten, but to get more and more stimulus is going so that we can not just stop the bleeding but actually get people in employment. You've a whole generation of people that actually went out and enthusiastically voted for you in very high margins relative to what they normally turn out that. Have wage stagnation depreciated a a job in life prospects across the board. And of course that goes back well before Obama and the seeds of it go back to Reagan and deregulation and their celebrated by Clinton and Bush. But union reverse the tide on that. You did not. That's objective reality. You're playing around the cutting Medicare and social security tried to make John bainer drunk ass making agreement with you. Not focusing like a laser beam on the student debt crisis and youth employment, and in bless you, did that? It's really not time for come on young people. It's just who's in the audience for that, right..
"porush" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"Well the thing is to power consumption and the uh the amount of transactions are not directly linked infected a power consumption is linked to the number of minor astounded a working on bitcoin so if the number of transactions goes up done look early the amount of energy consumption also goes up to that that's a different carly as there but still yes i mean if our consumption is huge and what concerns me also specifically is that in a way to sproul consumption is not really needed i'm indepao oklahoma senator dare because bitcoin is a network where verification of transactions is done by anonymous miners some miners said nobody knows about it nobody verified uh and in fact that the big value added off the bitcoin network so can you explain why all this bitcoin mining is necessary in the first place and how that ends up consuming power well you have to understand or is a big difference between how bitcoin protest transaction versus how i want to say in the real world transactions up being processed arming we are used to having a central bank and commercial banks doing transactions i we all trust them we know who they are and day duda transaction verifications porush margaret hall however into bitcoin network it was founded precisely for the reason that is supper nagamotoo added famous founder of bitcoin he sat i want a bitcoin looked who depend on all banks on commercial banks will central banks i want everybody to be able to join this network and do transaction verification show everybody or anybody can join bitcoin and become a minor and her a high transaction.
"porush" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"Who is that shark shark boy thous awesome offer sharp boy enron even gonna ally it was a nice play in of the back and forth jb energy be matthews in phnom shark we have on twitter the heat exchanger like three months ago nice khobar to that waldo by both but so short bush up allowed help porush sensors apart went through a wall he was down he was out but then you see an old friend the pierre have been slim over serie day says father james mitchell who's paul now he's ball james mitchell stalled y'all just just saying but again offering such because it's chains another fucking mitchell he handed him the abyss man's he he's coming for his son he came for his son lure back live in the park room steiner matthews or chasing growth back into the into the building to wreck in the ringside area which two on one matthews goes for santa worst moved for spears matthew static gets back in the ring he goes to put them in the cellar car but jeff matthews wants to do so he does it the shark port makes his return to the impact zone oh shale yeah he actually said that in order awesome but he comes out both shell music osho yeah music comes out he gets super l'express got steiner stocks got czar could still throw a means to parks yes he can then they're putting g back in the style recliner liftime with scott started doing it.
"porush" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"Things got broken saga okay so we've now lagaan backstage and this is the pre record a bit of the in what you as you can call the team the impact broken universe however you wanna put it so they're running they're they're they're running away and they're chasing them in a golf cart scott styris screaming calling of finances because he does not like finances park in a barrage her leg we got this we got this so the stop the run around a corner and they have a fire extinguisher and they blow this the fire extinguisher at steiner and math news at the signers react to it tastes like tapioca above shocking that was good okay so then they're chasing them in a car he really slowmoving car they pulled the so they they pulled over a due to just random lewis there the guy for previous broken in euro deletion videos still his truck nhs chasing porush and uh park ground the trial inside were split up once going after one the others going infielder matthews goes after barasch steiner goes after park so steiner against steiner beats up just the park matthewson and the buyer poll you wanted us wearing you wanna goes for late night swim is what matthews and screaming and then matthews gets back dropped into the pool and then boorish does the the a flip a foot dive onto um just rather in the pool by spot on a very nice spot the we'll back the starter beating a park any throw into the euro into a walser breaks so could turn remember how what danny was matthews being a poor ash underneath the water hell he was choking him in the year dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum we have a shark in the poll.