17 Burst results for "Professor Dad"
"professor dad" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"K. And the reviews out their incredible. Where's it. I don't know where it's streaming But i just read like two reviews last night's and they went through ten thousand hours of back footage from what's the show the show he was. Well there's a couple but no reservation parts unknown so ten thousand. A helpers they comb through footage to find all the shape scenes everything else People were talking was and blah blah blah. Not that that's shocking. Because you're shooting on the road all day long and everything else. Same kind of asshole. But they said the less yes exactly but the last third they're saying everybody keeps talking about that relationship with homegirl and they were like man you're paining. They're not saying her name. But you're able to paint your own picture based on what you know about the relationship and they get into it. Apparently one of the one of us one of the scenes was i guess two episodes before he died. They let her direct. He asked for her to direct an episode somewhere. And had it outs with the whole fucking like were like no fucking hate this girl blah blah blah and The dp of that show quits and he was the dp for years and years and years. And i guess was just like well see later. That's it you're gone. If dp of zero point zero leaves you don't have you. Don't have a production contract like and all of them said it was the director and was her and saw him now. I'm i'm really looking forward to this But yeah cheese so the reviews were lights out. I know you're going to be amped about this. Movie will watch it like second one then it comes out obviously and i am too now now that read these reviews and i'm like oh shit all right because that's what i really wanted to know. Yeah yeah but. I still don't believe like he's not a fucking idiot. He is self wearing a lot of ways. I don't i just could not go to the place of this girl is why a let you pass through it because that is negating whatever actual depression demons and things. He actually had which listen. I've went through all of this right. Yeah like i was devastated. I had to make sense of it. Was it strangle beating. That would almost make you feel better. I don't know. But anyways i had to go with the point of like okay. I don't understand depression and addiction and demons and stuff like that. Yeah i must not because it's the only way that this person would kill themselves definitely not over a girl. They're fucking grownups. Maybe i'll see. Maybe i'll see. I don't know i don't know you wanna close some fun though. It's something that obviously. I will not let go and i was not letting go of hillary baldwin of boston. Correct loria not know hillary not spain. Sure sure hillary baldwin of boston. She was staying pretty quiet laying low. I again would not let anyone forget talked to people about it constantly. Like oh yeah just so you remember remember when lauria said she was spanish for all those years ten years gone alec baldwin under the guise of being that. And just. don't want you to forget that right. So she popped her little head back up to explain. No one's asking no no one's asking we get it. We got it. It was all explained. And now you need to figure it out so she popped her head backup and wanted to talk about her culture being fluid. She is culturally fluid race. Yes right sometimes. You can feel a little more feminine. More masculine sure some days. You feel like a spaniard. Yes you're just a spaniard. Sure right sure right. Someone was talking about this so we were thinking alec baldwin like just didn't even ask right like there's no way that he actually asked like okay. Wait so where are you from. How long did you live there. He just didn't he didn't want to know. I don't think that he is too much concern for alec. Baldwin real quick. It's not even really standing up for him. i just think he's like cool. I like you. you're hot you're bendy right. You snap back after pregnancy like that. I'm not going to yoga. I'm not gonna like pry into like. How spanish are you like any of that. No guy cares right. So that's one of the things where if you tell a guy. Oh yeah. I'm from spain and mine i'm lori and all this other shit you're not really going to do any back research on that where you're like okay. Your mom didn't get the twenty three and me. I would have thought you were mexican right. But i would have dug. I didn't dick. I've been together for ten years right. Mike grandma's well who can barely speak english because of her accent rates roads. Like you're like okay. Alec must have met her super white spanish professor dad at some point right the wedding you know what i mean though leg then you go oh So you guys. I'm sorry but you too far right so at the wedding. It's gone too far. I'm not gonna any more questions your parents or the whitest people i literally ever seen in my life. I don't know where you went to high school. Don't know how long you were in spain. I don't know. I don't know i don't know but if she did if he did ask so so how long well. My dad's a spanish professor in boston..
"professor dad" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"He's also on instagram and twitter at hella. Good nine and he's right here right now so. Let us delay no longer. This is me and the high-spirited and bulent hella sediba. I can't believe you're here man. I can't believe i'm here. I can't stop slamming by chicks. Starting here and ask me all the time anyway. Yeah you know. It's it's an absolutely delighted to meet you. Thank you for coming out to do this. I'm so excited to talk to you. Thank you happy to meet you. Congratulations thank you. Ron and everything super exciting. I'm grateful to be here and then in your presence as well so thank you so much did you. Did you get your running today already. Of course how many days now today is day. One thousand and five hundred consecutive. dave actually. Yeah today's fifteen hundred fifteen hundred. Wow yeah no matter the circumstance. I gotta get another reason to celebrate another milestone exactly hundred. That's unbelievable thank you so so many things to talk about. of course we're going to get into the transcontinental run and all of that. Just by by way of background i i became aware of you Because of our mutual friend robbie. I didn't i didn't know anything about you. And when he dropped in on your run i think you guys were going through the navajo nation. Yeah we were in He surprised me in geiman. New mexico is in the morning. Yeah we were imagined. Showed up showed up. No i had no idea i was like is this. Am i going crazy. Because i got was the best surprise. Awesome to see him. How many days did he run with you with me for that weekend. Saturday and sunday eight. It all saturday all sunday that night on sunday when i the day sunday so that was my first exposure to what you were doing and i was like. Who is this guy. How is he so positive. Smiling is suffering. I was like i. I started following you and i was like all in on this adventure and and this journey and then when you were completing the run that final day i tuned in to robbie's instagram and everybody's congregated outside the house in new jersey. That was cool. Like i was going to be awesome and then i was like wait a minute. Is that casey. That casey shut up our going to surprised back to la. That's what i thought. Well i knew he was on the east coast actually had texted him earlier that day about getting introduced to his brother because i wanted to meet his podcast so we were going back and forth on that and he said something like i'm driving on the freeway right now but i'll i'll get back to you and then suddenly i see him in front of your house again. I was like wait. you know. All these worlds are converging. Guys is insane. But i guess you had done some stuff at three six eight. Yeah so. Casey had people reach out to me. I was actually on a flight from san francisco. And what i wanted to the youtube space to do a youtube a week event where you invited us to help us creators. Call you to black and we get there and then casey was one of the people. I'm always like wow and i see him in the wall of fame he's victim. Like how do i mean casey and one other worker. What's says hello. I'm not supposed to tell you. That's what i think. He has a new space or something. But that's your best. Bet i just left it at that. So i'm flying back from san francisco and then my girlfriend at the time now. Fiance sent me a screen shot of the emails. Saying oh we're invited us to the first thanksgiving party hosted by casey mass. I started screaming flight. And i looked around quick because i was like. Don't scream because they're gonna get you out of the flight you're crazy. And that was the first event. I was invited to casey. And then when he saw and he said i saw your video you ran every day for a year. I said yeah. This is really incredible. We've gotta get a run in. So that's how the relationship started. That's very cool. And it was so great that i made that blog about whole experience. That was really cool when you guys were crossing the finish line. I don't know who in your congregation was doing. Instagram live watching that instagram live. And then the sound cut. I'm sure you know that it was because i knew you were giving a speech. I couldn't hear it. And i knew something momentous was happening because people were going crazy so i called robbie that's happening is like insane. He just proposed. It was really. It was my best friend. I was driving the rv and gary jones. He was I said goliath you gotta go right now. Instagram to to get this my hello good family members kid watch what's happening right now cool. Well let's walk it back a little bit. I want to hear the whole story. Yeah so let's start at the beginning growing up in west africa. Yeah i grew up in west africa. So molly is one of the poorest countries in the world People make less than a dollar a day. But i was very fortunate to be in a family where they kind of hide everything from you. I had no idea as a child that i was living in poverty. So that's the best part and you just live your life. The only thing they asked from you is you go to school. You take care of your schoolwork and we play soccer all day So living there you kind of really see how much happiness is happening there because no one really is like kind of burdening on. What's happening the poverty. The sense of nationalism. How we look out for each other and take care of each other really help in and shape you who you are as a human being so after leaving there you look back and you. You can't be nothing but grateful for whatever life style. You're living after that. So i grew up there and nine hundred ninety five. My dad was in the us and illinois to do his phd at northern illinois university. Ninety seven my mother came to join him to do her masters at the time. My youngest brother was four I was seven. My sister was nine and we were kind of old enough to be left behind so we were left behind with my mom's sister unfortunately half of the year into the school she passed away So there's no one to look out for us so they got us visas to come and join them for the rest of their school year. Which was ninety to ninety nine. So i was in the. Us ninety eight to ninety nine and we flew back home. And that was it. So i picked up english a little bit. I was in seven at jefferson elementary school. I wanted to and then after that. We're just. They're just continue. What schooling and fast forward to two thousand and two. My mom came back to the us to do full scholarship to do her phd and then we saw schooling and molly was really like up and down. There's always strikes. Teachers are not teaching so it was best to get us here. So i came here. I'm sorry the eighth grade. And i started freshman year high school in the us. What was it like after doing a year in the us when you were super young and then go back. I had actually the biggest problem too because language barrier starting to learn english so when i went back now mix stuff with french because we speak french as an official language in mali and then bombing. I would mix everything up. So when i was actually at school i was having a tough time learning compared to the rest of my siblings so that was tough for me and but having that experience was just like a the biggest culture shock for me. I remember everything. Vividly you yeah that age. Yeah we'll be going back and forth like that probably gives you an added layer of es of on the differences. Yeah exactly yes but when you ultimately went back to begin high school when you came to the united states was that in illinois is that nice same town yeah right right right and your parents are super accomplish highly educated. Do a lot of pressures. Both of them retired now and my mom was over twenty plus years as english professor dad also so my dad has a phd in the us friends in england And my mom has a phd here and she has two master's so My older sister has a master while. So there's a lot of your and my younger brother. Who's a mechanical engineer. And so everybody. I was the only one actually that graduated high school at the normal age at age eighteen were. They were graduating at sixteen. Wow wow the athlete. Yeah that's interesting cutting your own unique path exactly under that kind of pressure. I'm sure hasn't been easy. I wasn't easy at all for sure but soccer was the thing. Saka was always my dream. Is you asked the sixteen year old halima. Where would you be by age seventy five. I had a goal in mind to be playing in england for chelsea. afc Chelsea was my team and soccer was all i wanted and i realized toward the high school that i can go to school for free so i started taking a serious to a point. Where like my school grades was falling apart and i was on came to the realization. How you could be as good as you want and soccer but if you don't take care of your.
"professor dad" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"A brave fault for. I do have a book. Thank you for asking welcome. It's called confronting injustice without compromising truth. It looks like this right here and All these little protesters down here are my kids. Had them on every book. Cover here this book as an outreach. To them guy was purely for bragging rights for them to go to school and be like. I'm gonna book cover but no i. I was looking out at a lot of my biolo- students like shredded driven. Trevor travis trae trayvon And i noticed a trend in the last four or five years of students who were getting really swept up in sort of being offended everything And just scratching my head like what is happening and traveling and teaching unapologetic theology around the world and seeing that for twenty years the number one question is how can god be good if the universe is so messed up that changed in the last four to five years. It's like how do we think about social justice. And so i realized there weren't a lot of theological voices speaking into the issue from a biblical perspective And seeing all the controversies raging and a lot of either like saying oh anything social justices your economy your marxist your social justice warrior snowflake on the other side like all right neo nazi and realizing like instead of playing that game like the either or polarized game. Let's let's take the whole conversation back to scripture so confronting injustice without compromising truth. The subtitle is twelve questions. Christian should ask about social justice which is a feeble attempt it redirecting the conversation back to the texas scripture. That's great i. So my my brother is a theologian lives in texas. I think he he went on tall that school. Now he does e for a church in texas but I recommended this book to him and it was great because he's been really concerned about critical race theory and the way the direction the country's going really concerned like uncomfortable to talk to him about it some serbs and he read that book this look and he said that you changed his mind and at first he was not on board. Because you are you know. Because he you're telling them to people to listen to the to what they have to say he's like i don't wanna listen to what they're saying what they're saying is wrong and evil and then and then but you totally changed his mind he was like you know after reading it. I was like yeah. You know what the ideas may be evil but the people are image bearers. And that's what's or you know and that really hit hard and you know. I've been listening to the audio book on the way here today. Actually even And it's been it's been great. Man i i i'm been convicted all the blazes. He does all the no actually no he gets other people to do their own voices okay. That's the cool thing that it's i'm robert of but author but there's twelve co authors and so this will be interesting to talk to you about trevon tremont trade from wherever traveller traveller andrews traveler. So he's out he's out storming out madonna but but roundabout about the time that you were in my class. I had a student who ended up turning into a co author When i met him in catholic chapel on campus his first semester taking foundations christian thought. I couldn't prove it but he just seemed like an actual nazi just just to his part of the book. Yeah meet those guys. yeah he he just. I had no hard evidence but there was something about him like that. Dude is a white supremacist neo. Nazi took me for foundations christian. Thought of by leeann. Adversity took me for theology. Wants me theology to house with the dude for four years. And by the time he graduated he was just a different person. Like katie look different. He was kind. The fruit of the spirit love joy. Peace patience kindness all that that just marked him whereas when i first met him it was like hate rage resentment self righteousness all that kind of stuff out of control. It was really powerful to see this shift. And so i'm writing the book and i'm like i wonder if that was true if jesus saved him from white supremacy neo-nazism and racism and so i sent the hardest evil. I've ever sent my entire life. Like hey will call him walt. He actually had to use a pseudonym for the book because his ex neo nazi buddies would come after him. And he's not the only co author at to change their name and take a nom de plume for the publication so he changed his name. Walt subject which is if you've ever seen big lebowski john goodman's character like showbiz shabbat. Donna you're out of your element. That's that's waltz object. So walter helps write the book. And so i reached out to him. I send him this email. I'm like hey man professor dad here. Hope you're well by any chance when you took my class where you oh i don't know a nazi and Just sort of struck me as nazi at the tiki torch. Carry it around. I think i remember face. He didn't ask questions raising his hand. At forty five degree angle certain hundred and so and follow up question like by any chance to jesus set you free from that in your time. Biolo- and i like trembling finger like do. I hit send. Because if i'm wrong. I'm super wrong. Like imagine getting an email from a teacher like no. I'm still nazi. Were the first question. Yes to the second clutch. In the worst possible scenario so he relapsed. Thank god that same day. He emails me back. Because that's exactly my story. I came in thinking. You know he'd been in the military. He came back and felt like everything was stacked against him. Everything was white males the devil. He was like all right. If we're going to play the identity politics game. i'll play it in the opposite direction and all win and learning about good theology. Everybody bears the image of god. So i can't point to my lack of melanin and sam superior Learning about the cross work of jesus to bring every tongue tribe nation into the kingdom made it impossible for him to look to his white heritage as his deepest identity and so it took four years that eventually he came out the other end saved not just from sin but from the specific set of actual nazism so he shares his story in the book. And there's eleven other stories that are similar of people that to me the main takeaway for hopefully readers of the book is that the gospels better. It's bigger and better than any of the political ideologies that are being pushed from both directions these days. So you got dan moaning magner so brought by brave. Awesome heating. The poor kid. That's my point on. That is by brave. Ali possum longest ad for her right. 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"professor dad" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Okay this has no value other than i'm just curious. Did you love the jazz mataz album by guru bro. I love that man. That's one of them was like. Oh you can do things to. I don't think i've ever listened to cd's more in my life. I didn't know that that point. In time i was like okay. Guru was part of gangsta but he just went out and did a whole separate project would tell jazz musicians. Like donald barr. Roy ayers different man. I love that i will. Hip hop is honestly one of the things that was my gateway into jazz and jazz is my favorite. Like i listened to jazz friday morning. I listen to any other music. I love that al guru. God blesses so. I actually got to tour with gang style and it was one of my favorite things i've done in my career. I was on tour with them. It's i live quietly. Oh i love to lab east. Probably my only friend in the music business. I adore him man. He's such a good news do and he's been one of my friends for a long time in his business and we just you know just brother. There's some pattern right like you worked with gonyea for years. His mom was a teacher. Your mom was a teacher to libs. Mom's a professor dad professor like it seems like a subset within hip hop of these musicians was kind of similar backgrounds like the weight of their parents expectations and having ascended and then living in the neighborhood and having friends and like just this weird confluence of all that stuff do dr don. The west as mom. And tyler's mother ms green and my mother and toddler me and kenya. We all had a panel. We all did his panel on about education. You know as. I look through the panel and stuff. It was funny. 'cause ms westwood. I wrapping as lyrics like showtime another down. Well known must like to see these mothers. They were proud more than anything. I noticed that we all have been under the teachings of teachers in it affected. The way i work kai is a nollie a gifted and genius when it comes to music but he also has like brilliant with his words in the users in certain ways and we have access and child labor the same as far as just being brilliant in his use of words in empty else mother was a teacher and his father was a professor. Yes some we ask magic. It's like it's product of once. There's opportunity you look at the product the products like this fucking beautiful synergy of all these things that jazz tradition the knowledge that education the words. You know all of it. Well also you would go home..
"professor dad" Discussed on The Authority Project
"I'm just a realist. In looking at it happened on a massive scale now some amazing so I have a credible stuff man. Amazing stuff right now. I had really just one last question for you. Forget here and it goes up ex. All exits question out of all of my guest. Okay got something like this. They like what you're saying. They actually love what you're saying. They want to do something similar. Similar things some of the similar similar interests. They want to go down. Some of the same path that you've gone through In THEY WANNA MAKE THEY WANNA get on stages like you. They want to create a place where they inspire others. Can you give them a few tips words of wisdom or just some steps in showing them how to be an authority in this space that you're now well first thing is is that you have to find your win like I'll give you an example. I speak you. Don't want me to write. I promise you you don't want me to spell my name okay. So bad look as a writing is not my win so I have you know I have people who like right helped me you know but so mine is. I'm a natural motivator. My Amazing Wife. She is so amazing. But she's not a motivator. She's a teacher getting and so she could talk for three hours in powerpoint. Lectures there are people who just loved that like. Oh my God you taught so well you know his teacher. Her mom is a professor. Dad is a professor. She's a teacher that's who she is naturally so everyone has a natural bent to help in the so when other people's life now if you WanNa make this a craft if you to say this is going to be Mike Craft and this is how I'm GonNa live and I've dedicated my life to Lis- within that's a different story so different question and it's a different challenge because in order for you to make this your craft get noticed in authority in this you have to cause create a disruption. You have to. What is when you remember the movie the Matrix? What is the lady in the Red Dress? What is the disruption? That's GONNA MAKE YOU STOPPING A. Wow why should I listen to? You like man like winning. That's that is that is a disruption. Okay and so went once you have that in. You introduced that now people like why should I listen to you? Oh I see why now because this is something new. This is something powerful at guiding. Trevor Get's toffee that him in a guy named shave around. Yeah so Create a disruption in the marketplace. And you will cause it inflow into your world I love it. S amazing stuff man. Amazing staff and final words. I think my only question now is the sound. How do you think the codes are going to going to do this year? That's a loaded question. I think we're GONNA do great. I don't know I don't you know the NFL is. I mean it's like okay is a means like man you know from one week to the next year you lose a Prescott for the cowboys and you know you lose one person you know like you know. It's it's really. It's really tough because you can't.
"professor dad" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Was it hard I. Mean You said You didn't have to dig deep? You know trauma. How does that to be on a sad of a show? That's superheroes and like you said you're hanging off and things and there's Goo and. Ridiculousness but at the same time that has to be tough to be in that space to have to tap into trauma for your character. Yeah and and you know the first year I was so excited to to get all that and I was ready to to give myself emotionally in that way in an allow myself to express myself emotionally in so many ways where we're taught to conceal that Ray where we're taught to not be vulnerable. In front of others, we don't know who we don't feel comfortable with who were afraid are going to use that against us. So, being so open ready to first year the second year, it was a little harder. and I so I I had to have to in therapy because if I'm so open in that way I to will I I needed to be in therapy anyway and I decided to go back. And the the show in the role. Let me, know that it was that it was. Absolutely. Yeah a lot of. Unresolved things that I was going through. Not at all, is that something you even think about or does it all of a sudden hit? You're going okay. Do patrols a little tougher than I thought it was going to be? Yeah it it it kind of. Hit Me. You know because that's that's where we tr-. That's where we trick ourselves. It's like Oh. Of course of doing this role, it's because. I am. A word used to use to apply to myself. I am crazy I. Have you know I I know what the all of these emotions mean and I know what he's. Emotions are on a heightened level, and I'm going to be fine. This is I'm Shuman and really what it taught me that have a lot of work to do. and which is which is a beautiful part of the show because it, it teaches us that we all have a lot of work to do. That that we all. Have to continue growing. Right that are growing never stops that that we never reach like this like pinnacle of ultimate maturity, and a not depending on our circumstances in our experiences, we continue, and and how we allow those experiences, two and four months. are going to are going to basically predict how how move forward and so we can't just. Shake it off and say well. Let something that happened in my in the past. Sure we we shouldn't be living in the past right because the president's closer to our future, we know that, but we ha-. We absolutely have to acknowledge our past and deal with it, and and talk about it, and normalize it and use it as a strength, and not as our weakness, and that's what the show does it. It shows you that our weaknesses can be our greatest strength, so tell me what's new in season. What's new in the new season? I'm will it's. It's I mean it's dark for my character, because my character just keeps getting Turkey. Oh, yeah That we it's it's kind of We leave off where we're. We're all small. Because we had just been eaten by. Rats era, giant rat and a giant coverage and were. Second, listen to over. You just went from. All those are holding hands. We're having a group or DASM and By the way. Our giant! It's just. That is the show that is. And? If you want to escape into another world, you should absolutely student. So, we're we're now. We're small. And, so we're trying to figure out we. We enter season to trying to figure out how to get big again so that everyone can you know. Go about their lives, but now the difference is is that there's a new character. That was introduced, which is Niles Colder like our Professor Dad Guy his daughter who is very very powerful entity She can imagine She basically anything that that she can. Imagine comes to life so. It can mean very real repercussions for the world, because she can imagine very powerful beings that can destroy things and so She is also looking for love and wanting to be with her dad and world trying to figure out. How to protect her, and also how to protect ourselves, because each and every one of us are going through Having to deal with the fact, that Niles called her. Is the the professor at the doctor who? Basically made us who we? We are sort of the monsters that we are gave us our powers and And so we're, but now we have all this new information that we don't know what to do with at so the second season is about understanding what we've gone through our past. And figuring out how we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA cope with those and grow from them and work as it as a team. If we want to keep this family, nothing else out, there seems safer than the doom patrol, so they mutual work together to switch gears a little bit. Let's talk about Daca and supply our. Yes Oh. What did you think when that ruin came down? The dreamers are protected for a little longer. I'm. That's great, and it's a huge huge relief. I want people to know that that is that Dhaka and the keeping of DACA is was a complete effort by the people on the ground, yes. The supreme. Court Had to make the decision, but. What what DOC recipient would? have been doing. to to To to further this process an and what they really have been doing. Is Self Governing? And what they have done has been self advocating so self-governing is of an and self. Advocating is a part of self-governing an easy part. Of what the constitution values, and so that work has been put in and and it's such a testament to their hard work that of course The decision came that they should stay longer now what we need to do is. Obviously, what we need and what they need is a permanent solution. DACA is temporary but what we need to recognize as a nation as that these people are integral to the fabric of who we are They came here looking for a better life just like all of us did. and. We need to understand is the system isn't is working the way that it's working. It is meant to keep people out. And and. What we need to do is is imagine. A SYSTEM Where we are all protected mark..
"professor dad" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Make this scary if I bring it up long enough, it'll be some cute commercial jingle I could just sing the slinky song. Keep inserting it at certain parts in the book and it. It will take on new meanings until it is a part of the terror i. just feel like he writes that way obsessively really ugly, returning to same things again and again and here it's birds for better for worse I don't like birds. They're scary to me. Sure it works better on the page and not just because the effects here are really got awful. Awful when it comes to the birds, yeah, there's one good shot of the birds, and it's right about at the opening credits where it's a practical shot of a whole bunch of birds in a tree, and they all fly away at once. That's a great shot and every of the burden is movie socks. Yeah, I think part of the problem too and they? They WANNA. Go this Greek myth, or whatever is that they're speros. They're not scary. Like Ravens grows vultures. Those are scary, Speros. They're cute. You get them tattooed on you. Yeah, even hitchcock, I mean. There was a sense of humor to the birds birds attack. It was acknowledged that it was a little bit funny to watch tippy Hedren. Get packed in the head. Head, but at any rate will quickly move from this bizarre event to seeing this character as an adult doing what else being a college professor teaching creative writing talking about the duality of the fiction writer I don't know that that's necessarily true about all fiction writers. I have to think that Tuesdays with Morrie Guy Mitch albom isn't really keeping a whole lot of. Of Demons at bay, yeah, it's assuming all fiction. Writers are introverts for one thing, and they keep all of their. It's a stereotype. All my fantasies come out when I type on the page. Maybe yes, maybe so it's more important the language that he talked about he goes. You gotta give your inner self the car keys, and of course the sports car is. is going to be part of the George Stark mythos later. The the black sixty six tornado is a part of why he so threatening, so they're just kind of setting up the idea that at least for Thad the way that he works in order for him to get stuff onto the page and have relate to people is to allow his free reign on. On the typewriter I understand while reading the book why Fad uses a pseudonym of stark is because you know king. Did Richard Bachman and is even said in the book that wants to see if his books would sell better under another name, which makes no sense because it's original books weren't selling that great I. Don't know why you'd want to distance yourself. I was thinking about an author. I've interviewed on Star. Wars Action News who was a horror writer named Joe. Schreiber, he now writes children's fiction. Young adult novels, and even young Katie novels I mean he transitioned. He went from writing dark horror to having a website called your scary daddy dot com where he was writing goose bumps type stuff to now just writing the equivalent of Llama Lama mad at Mama Books, and it's all under the name Joe Schreiber. Why couldn't Thad just write a crime novel? That was pulpy and keep his name on it. Yeah, your question is. Who Does it hurt for him to yeah, right whatever he wants under the. The same name or if he wants to have his side brand? Is it a scandal? If it comes out I mean it wasn't when we found out that Anne Rice wrote a bunch of pornographic novels was like well okay. I mean interview with Vampire has a sexual content. This is not that strange. Yeah, that's the weird thing when Fred Clawson approaches him after this class and says I. Know Your Secret Really. Can you blackmail someone for that? It feels like what's the big deal and the only thing. Thing I can to his defense can think of at the time. We were really horribly scandalized by Millie Vanilla. People were sending CDs back when we found out. Those buff guys in the music video were not the one singing girl. You know it's true. They were out on their ass and we. We were done, but yeah. I don't think it's the same thing for authors. I agree this guy wanting the blackmail I think that handles it the exact right way like you know. It's less salaciously the thing. Thing I thought about when this happened is. Do you guys remember when David Letterman had to go on the David Letterman show and stand in front of a live studio audience as cheated on my wife, and my girlfriend is pregnant. It is kind of the same thing because he did it because somebody came to him and blackmailed him, and said I know about your girlfriend, and if you don't pay me this money and pay a regular salary from here on out, I'm going to tell the press. But I could imagine people saying. I'm not GonNa Watch that David Letterman because of what he did again. I can't imagine anyone saying I'm not going to read those machine books because it was written by a mild-mannered College Professor Dad's GonNa get more blowback from his academic upper-crust highbrow novels that supposedly he's writing versus these. Yeah, the machine whatever this character is. Maybe part of the problem is. We don't know how bad they are I mean are they really filthy like? Are they unprintable lake? If they were I wouldn't imagine that best-sellers I, don't think like the top of the charts. Charts, being filled with descriptors for sexual organs and Viscera, you know I feel like you need some story always to appeal the people, you can't get too scandalous or scatalogical, so maybe it would have been helpful to see like. He's watching a movie of one of those books or something like that, so we could just. Is it an Arnold Schwarzenegger? That's what it felt like the idea that this. Yeah. Alex machine is either a Charles Bronson or the character in the novel is actually described as kind of looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger Blonde, so maybe that's what we're to go with. Here's my question when King was doing the Richard Bachman thing did he have fake photos on those Richard Bachman books? He did on thinner. Yes, he. Because that was like one of the first to get a hardcover printing and the other ones they hadn't sold well. They were put on paperbacks, but because king was really big in eighty five, this publisher for thinner, hired an actor to pose on the back, and they wrote a fake bio about this guy in everything and yeah, because one thing I did do because Fred points out. Oh, you got this fake picture on here. So I watched the film and I went, and like. Let me go back and look at that picture. Does that look like stark and no it it. They don't really show it. It, but it just a different person. I think that would have been kind of cool. If somehow start persona took on the looks of this fake photo. They put on the book well. You know what he looks like. He's got this mustache. The author's photo on the back like the front cover anti hero. This Alexis machine character has a mustache. He's this hard core Macho Guy that beats on women and kills men, and there was a whole line of like paperbacks I would remember seeing at the bookstore that was aimed at the guns and ammo crowd. So I guess that's what they're kind of going for. I got the impression that this guy was the antagonised of the book. Even though other passages we read our about him. It seems to me gets almost that these books are like the Friday the thirteenth series because there's even the line I'm back from the dead, and you don't seem happy to see me so I think like at the end of each book. They beat this guy down and then he comes back in the next book. Yeah, the traditional anti hero, in which you root for them, because they kill bad guys, but they're not a good. That's what the way I. You know who I think this might be based on. I don't know if you've heard of the Parker. Novels Written Mike in the fifties or sixties and I believe a pseudo name was used. The pseudonym was Richard Stark and it's about like this kind of criminal, but you go on his journeys, and they're very salacious, and he's screw in women and hit Phnom and killing other mobsters the fact that they're both starks..
"professor dad" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Hey he's been in the studio before he wanted to come back because he wants America to get back to work he is a a combat veteran former faculty member at west point I don't know tuck turtle directly professor you can put it down you can call me Daniels fine whatever you want colonel Dr Daniel whatever Daniel okay so I just talked to profess your three month follow him right now onto a gate for Virginia he's running for the U. S. Senate he's a great American his personal story you've heard on this show before maybe if we'll have time we'll discuss it refers you wanted to come in here you wanted to talk to us about what you see as the essential mission now in the United States professor dad tell it like it is while people are suffering said I've got a friend in Virginia beach who had it before he owns a couple businesses enter fifty employees before all this started now it's done like twelve and that means like twelve that means that two hundred thirty eight people are on you know they're desperate yeah who are desperate to get back to work and we're ready to get back to work right we're ready to go into business is smartly yeah you to wear a mask if you're vulnerable you know stayed away from everybody but let's get this economy back to work because people are suffering right now and the president has been great on this like bush let's get people back to work as fast as possible okay and what are you seeing in terms of the differences because in in Virginia where I live the talking about June ninth June tenth this is insane what what's going to happen it's going to be two hundred people lose a job rather be thousands and thousands yet sends tens of thousands millions of people are gonna be unemployed if we keep going this way and you know if you if you put a piece of board on the on the grass right the grass turns yellow after a little while and then after a couple weeks it turns brown and dies and then it's gone and that's what's happening to these businesses to right now they're yellow but if we keep the board on the grass you know they're gonna turn they're gonna die they're gonna go away forever and Americans are suffering from that as much or more than their suffering from crossovers this is the key point what what was it four weeks ago on a Sunday night ten fifty in the evening my from my former boss the president tweeted out the the Q. all cannot be worse than the disease and what we're seeing right now especially in places like California in Virginia as well this idea that we got we got to stay locked down for ever you've got people like Zeke Emanuel who say we don't go back to work until there's a vaccine is a vaccine right right well he can say that because he has a job he has run right but if you look at this you know there's a smart way to re open there's a smart way to do testing all that we need to follow the smart path not just you know all of a sudden everybody just go out in public because you know screw the authorities that's a bad way to do it because more people are going to get sick but there is a smart way to do it we need to expeditiously get into re opening the economy and you know our governor's been absent mother senator mark Warner that I'm running against Virginia Daniel Gade gate if your Senate the the center I'm running against his ban absent on this he's voted against is against these bills is a wall is a wall on this and so you know we need new leadership in in these positions and and get our economy back to work follow him right now on Twitter gained full Virginia that's G. A. D. E. date for Virginia dot com and on Facebook at same same thing outside gate for Virginia okay at sign he's a professor at sign at sign gate from Virginia support this man will be back with a cuddle with the professor with Plano Daniel here on America first we are broadcasting from just outside the swamp I gotta take my balance of nature I forgot today with pre recorded a whole hour with that superb lady John Milius is door to Amanda okay my balance of nature now have you ordered it today it is my way of staying healthy you go to exercise you got it out they go to eat well but also you gotta eat the things that sometimes you don't want to who said kale balance of nature is ten servings of thirty one different fruits and vegetables in.
"professor dad" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hey he's been in the studio before he wanted to come back because he wants America to get back to work he is a calm but veteran former faculty member at west point I don't know turtle directly professor you can put it down you can call me Daniels fine whatever you want colonel Dr Daniel whatever Daniel okay thank John talked to professor too much follow him right now onto a gate for Virginia he's running for the U. S. Senate he's a great American his personal story you've heard it on the show before maybe if we'll have time we'll discuss it refers you wanted to come in here you wanted to talk to us about what you see as the essential mission now in the United States professor dad tell it like it is while people are suffering said I've got a friend in Virginia beach who had it before he owns a couple businesses enter fifty employees before all this started now it's done like twelve and that means like twelve that means that two hundred thirty eight people are on you know they're desperate desperate to get back to work and we're ready to get back to work right we're ready to go into business is smartly yeah you to wear a mask if you're vulnerable you know stayed away from everybody but let's get this economy back to work because people are suffering right now and the president has been great on this like push let's get people back to work as fast as possible okay and what are you seeing in terms of the differences because in in Virginia where I live the talking about June ninth June tenth this is insane what what's going to happen it's going to be two hundred people lose a job rather be thousands and thousands yet sends tens of thousands millions of people are gonna be unemployed if we keep going this way and you know if you if you put a piece of board on the on the grass right the grass turns yellow after a little while and then after a couple weeks it turns brown and dies and then it's gone and that's what's happening to these businesses to right now they're yellow but if we keep the board on the grass you know they're gonna turn they're gonna die they're gonna go away forever and Americans are suffering from that as much or more than their suffering from chroniclers this is the key point what what was it four weeks ago in the Sunday night ten fifty in the evening my from my former boss the president tweeted out the the Q. all cannot be worse than the disease and what we're seeing right now especially in places like California in Virginia as well this idea that we got we got to stay locked down forever you've got people like is he can manual who say we don't go back to work until as a vaccine is a vaccine right right well he can say that because he has a job he has run right but if you look at this you know there's a smart way to re open there's a smart way to do testing all that we need to follow the smart path not just you know all of a sudden everybody just go out in public because you know screw the authorities that's a bad way to do it because more people are going to get sick but there is a smart way to do it we need to expeditiously get into re opening the economy and you know our governor's been absent mother senator mark Warner that I'm running against Virginia Daniel Gade can if U. S. Senate the the center I'm running against his ban absent on this he's voting against these drug against these bills he's a wall is a wall on this and so you know we need new leadership in in these positions and and get our economy back to work follow him right now on Twitter gained full Virginia that's G. A. D. E. gainful Virginia dot com and on Facebook at same same thing outside gate for Virginia okay at sign he's a professor at sign at sign gate from Virginia support this man will be back with a cuddle with a professor with Plano Daniel here on America.
"professor dad" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Leaders of the backlash to remove raisins. Schlafly by Cate Blanchett. So that's always a treat that alone and then the rest of the cast is equally incredible so nominal cast. I remember when I first saw the commercial for this months ago. My husband was fast forwarding through ads at I saw I saw all the people who are in it and I was like wait. I know who they're supposed to be. You had to go back and we're watching this commercial and I actually watched commercial absolutely lutely so I was so excited to see it. Why do you want to tell this story right now in this moment in time financially because when I originally developed the series and soldier to fax networks it was Twenty sixteen but before the two thousand sixteen election. So I I think the we thought this would be an interesting time with a woman running for president And possibly becoming president. What an interesting time to look at one of the night right as anti-feminist of our time and I was actually writing a draft of the pilot in November twenty sixteen like on Election Day while in my way and I just can't devoted and the next air I thought well this show is about so much more than the amendment Suddenly these connections began to be made. I think for all of us when in my mind about the ways in which what's happening in two thousand sixteen and beyond had it seeds in the nineteen seventies and the part that Phyllis schlafly played in that which I would argue was her greater influence. Not so much the rights campaign which arguably she had all these special interest groups behind her and helping her out but the the religious coalition she built with other denominations and have those became the foot soldiers in the Reagan Revolution. That to me really resonated with where we are today so kind of pivoted the series to be about How our political parties became realigned in the seventies and the faultlines developed between socially liberal voters and socially conservative voters. Which very much keeping you do. It's it's very it's very relevant and so from from the ads it looks like Phyllis Schlafly is the central figure but there are a whole lot of other women that are the focus as well. So who who else is part of this story Certainly she's essential figuring. She's our way into it but it's very match evenly split between the world of the feminist leaders and there were so many of them and they're all so fascinating and distinct and colorful aside wanted each of them to have their dues. Every episode I chose to rotate which character on the feminist side. We focus on so in the second episode. We introduced Gloria Steinem and our fight for abortion rights at episode three Folk Centrally Chisinau's run for President And the Democratic Convention of Seventy two in episode four we pivot to Betty. Free Dan And her place within the movement We also have Jill rickles house who is a Republican feminist. I really wanted to tell the story of the death of bipartisanship the feminist movement and the end of republicanism which was something. I hadn't heard that story Prior to getting to researching this time period at of course Bella Abzug congresswoman from New York who has just my mom's day required or the series. Make sure you get good for ballot. She Berry House. Margo Martindale for you at Yup. That'll work yeah. Well there's been a ton said and written about Phyllis also in her opposition to the IRA infamous him in general A lot in her own words. What insights are we going to get about her? And Her motivations. You're right that she was very prolific and wrote many eight hundred tone both about I had to stop at Kissinger on the couch. Which was literally over. Eight hundred pages evacuation shirts after read that I would say this series. You'll get a little a lot more of her personal biography. We spent a lot of time in her home with her husband. Fred schlafly her. Six kids. her mother moved in with her in the seventies. So we do Look in twos or where she came from. And what what kind of events childhood may have influenced her Not a lot is written about her friendships with women. I spoke to a couple of women who are softly. Eagles back in the seventies and it seemed like she had more of a teacher student relationship with friends. So we we had we worked on creating characters who could represent those homemakers But I think really just I hope to show more of her personal bag. Raphy and of course. We're imagining what. Crustaceans happened. That were enriching about in between the events that we we know about the study and I also read a lot of interviews that she gave an interview. She did very lengthy interview with Lincoln Library so really weaving that to the political story. So it's not a series of women lobbying with legislatures with Brad. Because so many times you can show that before you're like I get how you lobby. Tired of different kinds of breads. Could they bring well? One thing that I'm really interested in seeing portrayed is on there was a lot of tension the feminists who were the leaders of the women's right movement and who are fighting for the era and that's very typical in any social change movement during your research and writing. Were you able to gain any insight into why those of us who fight for the same things end up butting heads so much what I learned from reading about these women watching their videos is what drives all them as passion and a true conviction that they are fighting for something show essential in so existential and I think anytime you got for people whether men or women in a room who believes so strongly about their positions and believe is existential. They're going to head. They're not going to always agree on the strategy. Or the right way forward. Or how have balanced pragmatism with idealism? That's something that I really learned from. These women was you have the idealist Shirley Chisholm. Then you have the pragmatists like how absorbed and both are valid ways of moving forward and and and and creating change in the world but they tend to buy heads and I think that's just national. We're seeing in politics today as you're all the same arguments that were having during the primary season absolutely yeah well hopefully people will be able to take a lot out of out of this great. Show be entertained by it. But also Take these lessons to heart to as they hopefully At least our listeners or are doing activism and volunteering. That's my hope is that The shows about grassroots activism. And and how important that is to shaping society and I hope it inspires all of us like the one feeling that I had worked on the ceiling. Galvanized like everyone can make a difference and it really does matter to have your voices heard to get out there. You can't ever be complacent so I'm also interested you a writer and producer on AMC's madman and it was recently AMC's halt and catch fire both great period pieces and of course. Mrs America is also an amazing looking period piece. What drew you to working on period pieces. And what did you learn from those first two shows that you're able to apply to this one? I was a history major in college. I didn't follow the traditional route of play writing or MFN getting your and have always been interested in history and the stories in history that resonate with me and I think probably what drew me to those shows in addition to than being just beautifully written shows as T- writer. You just WanNa get on staffs of shows you admire and our big Fan of What I learned from both shows Is the importance of every detail on the screen. When you're creating a a world sat in a different time period it could very easily. If you don't do your research and you don't go deep on every detail start feeling like presentational or like an idea about a time period as opposed to giving an very lived in feeling so I really came to understand the importance of detailed research and every detail not just in the writing the scripts in the direction but also visually the production design the costumes. The whigs everything has to look authentic or the whole experience starts to feel a little off and at that I brought all that knowledge at Mrs America and Your Dad is a professor dad. Scientists who special ED teachers American Government in Constitutional Law Supreme Court. And so he definitely was when my early influences and the reason that I was looking to write a shows at enrolled politics and I wanted to be centered on women because so many of my favorite movies centered on net. Like what are women doing in politics happening there did you? Did you weigh in on your scripture ideas? It'll dad. He was like my consultant. I would tell him to talk to you about the nineteen seventy two Democratic convention in Miami. I was McGovern such a loser. What happened member? Surely you could rattle off like every detail is unbelievable. I would definitely call him all. The amazing speaks credit. Yeah that's very cool. Well we can't wait to watch. That's on April. Fifteenth on Fx. On Hulu thank you so much for chatting with us and telling us about it. Thanks for having me stay safe and healthy and the work you do is incredible.
"professor dad" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Setting the pace on the pursuit of happiness this is the Ken Coleman show where you discover what you were born to do and how to make it happen now helping you get get unstuck and on the path to your dream job Ken Coleman lie from Ramsey Studios in Nashville. You're joining a conversation about who you are what you were born to do where you want to do it and how you can get there eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven seven starting new week many of you well you got in the car today and it hit you like a ton of bricks I've gotta go do a job that I don't WanNa do your either dealing with a lack of passion for the work you're good at it but it doesn't connect to your heart heart there's no juice some of you are dealing with a toxic environment just nasty co workers or abysmal unhealthy leadership some of you are overwhelmed soon as you pulled into the parking lot of your office you begin to feel as though you were drowning having walked in the building yet some of you just haven't been noticed haven't been appreciating longtime some of the you're just bored out of your mind mind you're just so thankful for facebook to get you through to Friday now that's you there's no reason for that to go on much longer who you WanNa stay where you are until we can move to something else that something else that you're good at and you love to do it's in your sweet spot at the intersection of what you do best and what you love to do most that's why we're here let's go eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven we go to Indianapolis Annapolis where Chris is on the line Chris you're on the Ken Coleman Show I can't think they're taking my call sure how can I help hey so my fiance just let's move back from another state and she has having trouble figuring out what she wants to be with her life tried to have the conversation with her that possibly going back to school her education stop a high school diploma unfortunately she feels a little bit intimidated me I have an MBA and she thinks that I'm going a lot farther a lot faster and so I just need your advice on how to have that conversation with her as to what to look for what questions that she needs to answer for yourself yeah well she needs to to answer this question this is a fun when I'd start with this one and I'll give you some other questions to kind of help maybe eat her brain and allow it to flow and kind of connect with her heart but the big question is if you could sit down with her and you say hey babe listen if if we could just make it happen tomorrow I could stat my fingers and and there's no risk guaranteed success you knew you're going to be sex with us successful at it no way to fail what would you you try tomorrow doesn't mean that you have to say this is the only thing I'm GonNa do the rest of my life so take all those kind of qualifiers away you following me and and that's what people do all yeah well I might fail so they get scared then people go I don't know if that's what I want to do the rest of my life or not saying that we're saying you get to try it as an adventure you know you're going to be good at it you know you're going to enjoy it and you know you're going to be successful what would you try tomorrow if there was no risk at all I'd start there because inside of you've your fiance's head and heart are some clues ifs is if there's not something that's super specific that she's always wondered wondered about and the reason that she's not pursuing it or has not pursued it usually is going to come down to fear doubt and pride so she's afraid of something she doubts something gene or she's got too much pride to ask for help or to to look as though she's going backwards stage in our life and so when you can begin that conversation with Chris and keep her in that what would we call that like riverbanks the for the conversation to flow there then if she's honest with herself she'll begin to identify some things she wants to do so we've got to figure out where she wants to go before we figure out how she gets there so you know the conversation so far even the way you deposed question Chris is all about well how does she get where she wants to go well where does she want to go so once we know the wear you know oh excuse me once we know of a what she wants to do what mount she wants to climb why she wants to climate then we figure out the where is the best replaced do this and how we get there make sense yeah so that's the conversation and I'll be honest with you I appreciate your call on her behalf but I can maybe way more helpful her if she calls me okay so listen to the letter listened to the podcast of the show let's listen to a couple of callers in how I treat folks and Give give me a shout but did it help you it can I ask one follow up question of course how do you overcome family early rejection so it's kind of a a two two people on the side as one if I encourage her to do something her mom or her brother her dad or whoever rejects that idea how do you overcome that rejection and have her tell her to pursuade yeah you can't she must so the only way she's GonNa overcome come she goes is this the life that my mom and dad will mean a live house at work now what life do I wanna live is at my mom and dad's life wire mom when dad rejecting it is it because they probably didn't chase their own dreams and so they think that scary and and reckless what do you think what's the answer Chris Chris her mom and dad ever pursued anything they they did they pursued their own company and Construction Moms all college professor Dad's still does construction but now for someone else but what do they reject going on what are they even but thank abd exact answer needed yeah but what are they rejecting I'm just curious anything so because she has not ever specialized in something her mom is she first off sheets that I want to go do ABC and be and they're completely unrelated ideas yeah but her mom comes back and says no you need to stick to one thing and focus and I agree with that well just when she well Oh yes once we know what it is but right now I would love to know at ABC and Dr I really would I I love your fiance to call the show because I'd like to see what the connections are between the three four things and and then right now she needs to be exploring this me she goes and works in all four of them but she needs to get in proximity hey let's give her the proximity principle Blah lacob that Chris how about we just give her a book and say read this absolutely I like it all right hang on the line Madison's GonNa Take Care of you it's the number one bestselling book the proximity principle so you can get it at Ken Coleman Dot Com wherever books are sold and it will give her a very clear path let's go to a question from Kylie on Instagram I had the same great luck after following your guidelines after getting passed up time and time again for a job in my field after being out of it for few years I finally I only got a dream job an excellent company thank you she says well I say Kylie you did it now you listen to the show and and you took the advice but I think this is the big thing I want people to hear I didn't read that because I want you to hear a thank you note I read that because I want you to hear that somebody said you know what I'm going to trust your plan can't and I'm going to try it myself I'm going to go put myself around the right people in the right places and what we see is that after getting passed up time and time again her words she finally got the dream job an excellent company there's a big part of this folks that is just good old-fashioned showing up and doing it you can have the head Knowledge College of how to do it but the other day you gotta face your fear Your doubt your pride you gotta step out don't just stand there on the diving board bouncing up and down jump it's really nice in the pool I promise this is the Ken Coleman Show I'm so excited.
"professor dad" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Okay Twenty eight twenty Lsu he's had some successes against Alessio for sure twenty twenty we disagree to go to some other quickies if we could can we travel back in time Dubourdieu of course a PM Friday Espn Virginia at Miami. Yeah Talk About Weird Lines Dan Miami a one point home mm favorite does not make any sense to me is the wrong team favored probably just because I don't know if we ever have developed a name for this but between these two teams only one of them has a catastrophe factor and that's Miami and that scares the hell out of me even at home I couldn't speak to how the traffic is on Friday nights Miami but I know the stadium isn't anywhere near where a lot of people live and that scares me a little bit in terms of a crazy crowd it has not been funds season necessarily for Miami I think Virginia's just in a better place in terms of how solid they are especially on defense quarterback has not been great even within the coastal coming in relief last week I I think Virginia Wins Game How can you not remember Miami traffic when we were down there no I know but that were the Notre Dame Bana game we were stuck in traffic for John's we did a podcast episode in China with that was that so many people so excited I who knows Miami has allowed twenty five sacks this here that's the worst in college football it's about matchup bad match appear give me Virginia thinking about locking it up maybe I kind of agree go to Saturday high noon. ESPN two there's another Friday night or oh Colorado Oregon Colorado Oregon okay yeah come on you WanNa talk about this game you you separate yourself into two people talk about Notre Dame and you're skipping over Colorado Oregon tied divided against himself cannot stand it's true very quickly I think Oregon should win this game comfortably because Colorado's defense is not only beat up by has been pretty bad this season and it should be a night cure for the common offense by the symptoms are improving I think Oregon does a really nice job against Colorado Colorado presents a much better performance offensive it just counterpoint to Oregon's really really strong defense thus far who hasn't played a ton of really good quarterbacks I think Stevie Montanez no matter who he's throwing to should march them down the a lot more than teams have so I don't think they quite covered but it's a comfortable high noon. ESPN TWO OKAY MEMPHIS AT TEMPLE MEMPHIS a five point road favorite here now I really like Memphis but I also really like temples done so far this season to Rod Carey pensively yeah defensively I'm GonNa go temple here plus the points I like the defense in South Philly I think I think the better defense at home Dan I think you're right I think you're right to do it Memphis has been we've talked about this before really good all around team but good defense at home I think I'm going to with the throwback sound from my mouth in this game three thirty ABC Florida State at Clemson Yeah you might be saying the big match up then you see the point spread twenty seven twenty seven in favor of the Clemson Tigers Dan I'm going Florida state here not outright not out reason not outright but twenty seven points feels like an awful lot here and I have not seen the same killer instinct data Clemson's so far this year it feels like this is a game that they could win very comfortably by seventeen points seventy wouldn't cover it's still be nice win but twenty seven zero lot Dan that's awful lot of points so the two teams who of held down the clemson offense to the most extreme degree of Texas and North Carolina and the thing they had in common in their performances against Clemson is they held down the rushing attack they held down Travis T. N. Florida State even after their game against Boise State even including their game against the broncos in which it seemed like Boise was running at will they're just grabbing seven yard gains on the ground one after the other they've in things up on the ground and I think for that reason I think they'll be able to stay in front of Travis. ESPN enough not constantly but enough to keep this close foursome ponds. I I think I have cleaning by a couple touchdowns but yeah I think it's a the the gap has been severely closed the gap will be severely closed from where the two teams were last year when we had what was it a professor dad would whoever he was reading shirt in the sand yet doke yeah well he's getting a tan on you have to I'm here Florida state plus the points okay and it's three thirty it's not doesn't have the same big game feel like it would if it were a night game in I'm going to check into what I can get out of Florida State Money Line N- okay straight up I believe James Blackman we'll be starting I think that's the lion never mind never mind take out three thirty PAC twelve network wazoo on the road at Asu Wazoo have here is a one point favorite I think Arizona State opened as like a two two and a half point favorites this lines down back and forth year I'm going to be Ernest Because this is show about honesty all right let it all I have zero idea how a few about this game I out then figure I have not been able to properly age was you all season long well it was a bit of a nightmare of a game against Utah offensively especially with the turnovers and Execution Asu has been led by its defense which has been pretty good offensively sort of up and down because that offensive line which is awful so you'll have a quarterback running for his life race you at home but he's also a playmaker and Jeff Daniels as a couple happens as a pretty good running back behind him next to him Wazoo I think has a higher ceiling with how good their offense can be with Anthony Gordon but their defense since Alex left has been getting progressively worse Yeah worse so bad defense on the road with a really good offense I wanna go Asu I'm going to ask you I think it's still a sloppy knife fight and they find a way to get it done John Daniels makes a play they give the ball to Benjamin thirty five times I they win by like seven at home I agree in Washington State and Mike Leach just fired tracy clays or they decided to go their separate ways never so by the hey Washington state because you did bring up Dan Lyrics earlier they will at some point play Oregon State and both those teams are some of the most fun half football Yeah we've had this year and it will be such a good full game between some half teams Cincinnati at Houston Three thirty ESPN TO CINCINNATI a five point road favorite at Houston okay I yeah I'm GonNa go Cincinnati Okay I'm GonNa go Cincinnati they have the better defense between these two teams definitely don't like the fact that they're on the road not quite sure what we got out of Houston right now though like Houston to me feels like more of an unknown quantity and at least with Cincinnati no what I'm getting yeah it's a letdown spot for the bearcats I'm writing ucf the way they did Houston has a I think he's a Sophomore Clayton tune intriguing as a dual threat in a whole system it's I sure not a tough defense at home and tough place to play home dog situation for Houston because his defense this is kind of a nightmare with how they've performed US far like Patrick car I think I'M GONNA go Houston here I think I'm going to go with the home team sometimes we look to into this team plays better defense but you know it's I think I'm just GonNa roll with what should be a pretty good offense at home in a tough game for Cincinnati all things considered since is good but it's still tough to go on the road and went so cougs here three more quick ones four o'clock Texas tech at Baylor the there's eleven point home favourite Feels like a lot to me I like Baylor a lot I am taking them at home to win and cover the thought about making this lock of the week but I don't think I'm there yet so let's say the points we I think it's going to be close but he had Baylor I think takes this one Texas tech in a letdown spot after beating Oklahoma state asking for consecutive good jet Duffy Games in a row wasn't maybe I'm I'm slogging too much I just I don't know if I fully believe it met Baylor's defense has come to play offensively they've been able to move the ball like what they did on the ground against Kansas state generating some big chunk place there so even with an improved Texas tech defensively Baylor's at least a touchdown better for clock ESPN Iowa State at West Virginia mountaineers ten and a half point home dog here now candidate for home dog of the week okay but it is Brock Tober isn't it in his Brock Tober West Virginia had the big game against Texas last week they did not score a touchdown for three full quarters that anything correct West Virginia Austin Kendall actually made a lot of really nice throws you say that again I couldn't hear all the way over here I couldn't hear what you said about Austin Kendall he made some really nice throws against Texas Comma Buddy also through some stinkers right estates passed defense hasn't been great thus far West Virginia's GonNa try to throw throw and throw I think I'm GonNa go with taking the point it's here I think Iowa state wins this game but I think even with West Virginia's defensive struggles we've seen some offensive struggles from Iowa state so you know what me a close back and forth here seven thirty Nebraska at Minnesota Minnesota's seven and a half point home favourite I am going Nebraska here I think Scott Frost knows he needs us one I am not at all sold on Minnesota being undefeated this season been in a lot of closer games and I don't know if Nebraska wins outright though I think they will but cry seven and a half points to me launch of the sound effects because we're very excited to be previewing games yeah could you do that real quick good job Nebraska won this game by twenty five last season in Lincoln there is something very special happening this Saturday nights in.
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"Whiskey on the east side of the house I'd say there twenty years old they provided some good shade and we've had I'm crooned occasionally there is one great from the storm may be years ago that it pulled up a little of the bark back I noticed just this year that I have syrupy grip on the ground so I looked up and from from that would started at the spot where we had to cut a big limb off the server the staff has made the bark blackish okay so I'm wondering I go to the other tree and I looked in it never had any injury except for I proved that but where hi the bark is getting black do I have the views in mind well the marketing black can also be Doris is the sign where they they've been prone to more sons hitting the would you know what is it that parks in the full sun it'll it'll burn turn kind of black but yeah that's the the idea in the whole purpose of the park in a box not growing anymore it's growing inside and the cambium layer and that mark is there for exactly that purpose to protect the wooden cambium layer from the sun so that's the nature of the state so that's kind of a good thing we are bleeding that sap out of it continues for a long time it if it's coming out of some crotch is different areas on the tree or is it just where broke well it seems to have stopped I noticed it into I will stop that was just it zeroes basically leaking some sap our was damaged that's pretty normal if you want to clean that up and if you want to seal it up with some tree hill if you like to that black tar stuff you know that way those big cuts won't necessarily believe as much sap but bleeding since out freed up to a few months after the breaker gets cut is pretty normal okay so I was told that colored drip is disease because normally it should be clear about well it's it's kind of brownish color if it's real black it's call it's is great great names called slide influx disease that medicine are awful yeah if you look up slime flux disease Ursula professor dad the you obey has done in quite a quite a report on it but it doesn't really seem to be a lethal at all and it doesn't seem to be that easy to care okay and I'm not being any new address so I don't think I I think probably fine thank stores but by appreciate it okay we're gonna take a short break while we're gonna be going to come back with four lines open now to some Buckeye you're gonna be a first but he you know you can be next the number to.
"professor dad" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Because you also return bottles in it coins. Pretty great recycling, twenty four fifty five better. Be nice. Well, we're all sorts of stuff like bodily fluids and whatnot. Probably once they thought Ted Kaczynski there won't be any recite. That's right. He thought it was fake. He famously thought it was. What was the the other side of that argument? Like where we're all the bottle, it's not. Right. Sure. What was his theory is where all the bottles and cardboard boxes were going. Oh, good question. I you don't know, garbage island. Yeah, the government period. Who knows what they're doing. That stuff. Luckily. Yes. So like the professors dad and now like we're kinda running around the robot gets at some point souped up, right? Like basically like matrixed yet? Yeah. Turns out the screenwriter saw the matrix a couple years before writing this movie because she's just dressed like trinity from the matrix almost entirely. I think the only thing that's missing is cool sunglasses, smart. She has. She has a bullets on her thing here. No grenades that you don't wanna wear your hand grenades guy smart when you're getting your next like Bandelier thing on and whatnot, leave the grenades at home. It's so easy. Just pulled this. I'm this. Jesus person will pull the pin and it's still there, and then you're still still bullets by the way like. Like. Those go twenty four fifty five about a lot of lasers in this problem. You don't have to just give me a little blast Elazer's a little bit something. I don't know. Like I don't know if you should just be firing wildly on a spaceship. I dunno point. Sounds like a bad idea, right? Yeah, that's true. Like holes in the whole in oxygen levels and what have you might be a problem? Yeah. So she like beats the shit outta Jason because she's a robot and Jason's just like, wow, this is amazing. He's hard as a rock. Finally getting me. Oh. This is what it's like to feel. I think it's because he's just so shocked that she's life. Life-form is wow, robots. In the in the nineteen eighties. When I started this whole gang up, you know this little mom and pop operation, cutting people's heads off. I never thought I'd beat a robot. I've been to hell, but I didn't meet a robot. They're only met Jack pilots. Feel like the robot from the original loss in space series isn't hell. No dude, dude is like the sixties man. That's a fucking fantastic question. Does artificial intelligence wind up in hell or heaven? Here's a question Mr. day when you finally dies. Cody human Halloween, you go to fucking scrapheap robot going to unplug you for quite a tie and tell me if there's held. I have to do these crimes and don't sing that song that fucking futurama episode. No, no mister data know ketamine if I eighty eight is down that robot definitely went to hell definite. I mean he did double cross Boba fett so Haley Joel little AI that things in hell. Oh, hopefully the at the bottom of the sea for eternity. He's also also the bad BB eight from last Jeddah. Oh, that rotten piece of shit, definitely. Or. What was that? BB eight. That was what it was called? No, I don't know. Had an actual different name because it's got a toy named a toy. They all have toys. No way, no new. You're living to me whatever that while you're lying, be ninety nine e- heard e. Yes, nice. We polled three hundred people. No. So she starts like a very intelligently shooting off Jason's limbs. And it only took like ten movies to have someone figure this shit out. Fuck it head up. That's the easiest way to do it. Get a grenade opened up and swallow. That's the end of it. See the grenade would have been handy. Well, yeah, but you didn't have like actual habit on you all the time. That's why where's the hockey mask? So people don't put grenades. Why? What we do. My holy water grenades in my mouth. I would just love that. It's just like some sexy teen is like. Mad. But this is like it's, it's reminding me though one of the biggest disappointed with his movie. You're like, oh, cool, Jason space, what? Awesome. Cool future spaceship could happen. And it's just a shotgun..
"professor dad" Discussed on Business Daily
"The things that really matter and i mentioned also this affects the kind of companies we get affecting of we the consumer end up with the kind of companies that are out there that a go to be funded an be made into successes are not the kind of companies at perhaps we dissociate female traits of tersely meme an and of course at sesotho filling prophecy suv thought if the large inverse was the v sees or only looking for funders in the room image and looking at a track record of deals that the previously invested in that have worked out well they in the number of female funders or minority funders is going to get less and less and less that was bill morrow of angels dense speaking here on business daily from the bbc what we've been hearing about unicorns and zebra as finance has a thing about using animals as imagery all this zoom wolf is in my referred to earlier it got column over regan thinking he's a phone matt management consultants who knows a thing or two about business and these days he works as a standup comedian and author i love an animal metaphor the more over off the better i lock them up like a poppy esien onto the stomach bursts i should like the recent proliferation of animal izing metaphors for business and finance topics apparently there's one for every letter of the omnibus from alligators spreads to porcupine prevision queen b two zebra some of these have been around for a few years like unicorn a unicorn is a company valued at over one billion dollars that was worth four elastic bands and a staple or last week but through rapid expansion and several rounds of vc funding is now and exciting disrupting startup run by a man who leads nothing but pills made of sawyer sewage and who thinks that everyone can achieve their dreams neglecting to mention his mit professor dad could have forced to give up his job to teach his son to cold while he was still in you.
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"This is to say that algerians hugh is picking up sounds from oran volume and get an equal amount of sounds from the left and the rights your strike two heads the breadth of the one two is also better that's really going out waste sounds coming from and reacting to them is something we notice by these me and they arise because when they are loud noise no slouch so we'll make a baby means a little this evening as this reflex well i have given my head a really good shape leader of my years left and right to be working right nurse cole professor tell you what you want to put the battle this is no time for gambling nothing we may need to get your is checked professor dad's condo even have any days is going to be your taxes hearing health live called a negative you're ever wondering why we just that i've won massive air on that front yard go all explained for you i can catch all the other upset all professor alex is hearing help their scandal or the other professor hollick's based series that we do by heading over to the free found kids are right so we are going to be heading over to sydney merck sprocket it was going to be telling us the genius behind some everyday item every day aisin's commission for the nation to see him just making the prewar just won't really special invention of my cheese.
"professor dad" Discussed on 1A
"We sort of have a common language or a common touchstone for thinking about what's happening in the trump administration and i think that that impacts how we respond even on an emotional level um and and both amped up the urgency of the moment but also i think cam for some people make it look so much worse than watergate because watergate again just it took years to build whereas this is happening in just days lenny rights during watergate i was in my early twenties and a newspaper reporter as was the man who became my husband we remember vividly and in some ways are more appalled now nixon badly abused his office in power but he also understood his office trump doesn't and when nixon's saw the was up he resigned would trump finally where are republicans like howard baker and low will wicker when we desperately need them again professor dad like i wonder what you make of the end of of that last part of lent his comment in terms of the way congress fits into all this will this is a i think a significant difference between that a now because that of course the democrats control congress but you also had a lot of republicans who came on board and supportive of the impeachment inquiry who ultimately went to richard nixon and said the support for you is just not there he would have almost certainly been impeached in and he may have lost in the senate vote back then today of course we have a much more a partisan and polarized congress and what it reminds me of a little bit as the bill clinton impeachment scandal because.