17 Burst results for "Ranan"

"ranan" Discussed on 5-4

5-4

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"ranan" Discussed on 5-4

"Hey everyone. This is Leeann from fiasco and slow-burn. This Week Peter Ranan and Michael are talking about how the Supreme Court could be fixed through court packing and other means. They also talked to special guest California. Congressman Ro Kana. Khana introduced a house bill to impose term limits on the supreme. Court justices. It's very simple. There shouldn't be Supreme Court justices or there for forty fifty years but the hosts think it does not go far enough to reverse decades of conservative judicial activism. This is five to four podcast about how much the Supreme Court. Sucks.

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"ranan" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"ranan" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Tom. Zero of NFL network reported that the Jaguars were offered a pro bowl player who didn't fit their system in one pray proposal, but are still holding Nagwa coup. For the time being. The GUAC you. Status has been a focal point of off season on March second. He tweeted the Jaguars were made aware he no longer had interest in starting a long term extension. Jacksonville apply the franchise tag destination on him on march thirteen to prevent him from becoming a free agent tweet rumors have swirled around and. It has made public obviously by neglect who is designed to play for another organization? So The Jaguars did not receive. Any trade offers prior to the twentieth when you draft general, manager. David will said. ESPN's Jordan Ranan reported in April that Jacksonville's asking price for and walk. WHO started at a first round? Pick in more. Walkers yet. His one year franchise tender were seventeen point eight million dollars in two thousand twenty, the deadline for the franchise tag players to sign long-term deals is Wednesday at four PM. Obviously, that's passed. and. The GUAC obviously is twenty five. He made a pro bowl in two thousand seventeen, the recording twelve sacks. and has basically been pretty great. In his career in his first four years. Coming from Maryland so opposite, this is a weird situation. and. This is very weird, you know. Just a place for Jacksonville Jacksonville. Organizationally has had some issues in the past with this type of stuff. honestly. I understand this is the typical. Maybe a players won't play there, but you're not willing to give the play up, so you kind of just it's just a stalemate. You feels like you're just in a stalemate. I think I'm. If I'm you know Jacksonville. Depending on the players in whatever it is offered to you I. Think you should definitely look in. To making trade. I. Don't think you should be too restrictive about it I don't think you should be against it. I think that. Sounds like from what I'm hearing. You know. They're getting some pretty good offers for him, so it's like they're. They're getting short changed a lot. It just seems like they're just in a place where they just don't really. Feel like. He wants to. Actually go! He actually wants. They actually let him go. Trade him and let him off to another team. So it just kind of put you in this weird position. This weird spot I think in most teams the most franchises. I think. You don't want an unhappy. Camper Roger Team 'cause. You don't know what his demeanor and how he feels coming in. To the Locker Room when the season starts going to be so I. Think Jacksonville you really have to look at this and say? Do we really WANNA keep him around. And potentially risk him. Maybe ruining some locker room chemistry. Because that's a question that's going to linger because you don't know. Like I said you don't WanNa. Put yourself in that position. To You know. Get into trouble. Create issues in the locker room and then maybe have other players. See this to say they're not gonNA. Pay Him and he's been productive or not or whatever happened. That's not making them happy. Then why should I stay here with this organization in put myself through the exact same things I think? This is probably the biggest thing that's going to be around for a while and we'll, and they'll have to see what they wanNA. Do moving forward to me. To me, they're going to decide if this is the best move them moving forward as organization. Because, let's Jacksonville in general is not expected to do too much during the current season this season. They're not expect it to be great than I expected to be good if honestly if they are going through this full rebuild. Trading him would probably be very ideal. Go ahead, maybe collects more of draft picks, and like you said maybe a couple of players that could really help maybe fit the system. You want moving forward. And then go from there. Because these are the type of situations like I. said I have every off season. Sometimes with the franchise tag franchise tag players just because no player likes franchise tag. and. In obviously just other particular contract situations depending on the team in the player. NFL just has to make sure they're making the best decisions for themselves, not putting themselves in position for any type of. Bad bad publicity in the future, especially in Jacksonville's case. And last story before guide here Kenny stills was arrested for protesting. Lack lies manner beyond the Taylor situation, and obviously this caused an uproar because you know obviously a lot of NFL players came to his defense, supporting him supporting the 'cause obviously was social injustice. Still being protests even though is not only news like that is still being protested. him. Getting arrested clearly is You know a big issue because you know it. Kinda shows some the laws in the system still were peacefully protesting, but you're still getting arrested. like I say he was bailed out. Players came to his support. Players have been speaking out for him. and. It's just. It's just something that listen like I, said the world we're in now. This is something that will stick around and stay around for a long time and of things. That need to be changed in if things are going to be changed, asked to start at the top in due to to the systems and the courts and the legal systems and everything you know, and I'm trying to get too political here or to You know into that area on this podcast, but just gotTa let it be known. GotTa Libby sight so definitely asked what. What can still as well and I think it was a wrongful arrest that he went through, and I'm glad he's out and you know hopefully. Hopefully you would think the NFL would not give him any type of discipline for this because he didn't do anything wrong. I mean you know what I'm saying, so you know we're just you know we just have to do that, but. Time, we have here for this segment coming up next. Players are seeking. Opt Out. You know trying to fight for opt out for the coming season, which already kind of mentioned the NFL PA fights. Also NFL PA concerned with camps and hotspot cities and more NFL news. Stay tuned! Check out the show that's built on the. From UFC, two extreme cage fighting, they got the fights covered. Check out the GSM GMC MMA podcast. Get the latest news on.

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"ranan" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"ranan" Discussed on 27 Club

"Jimi Hendrix saying the opening mind. Hey Joe and Chas Chandler Bass player for the. Uk's the animals spilled milk shake all over his lap it was Pavlovian. Lyric Melody begets totally embarrassing. Snafu public the milkshake was everywhere. Vanilla cream running down his trouser legs splattered on one of his leather shoes pedal of glop pulling on the floor. Linda Keith sat next to him in the audience at the cafe why can she scuttled her chair backwards to avoid getting sprayed with friendly fire? Chaz barely noticed the spill. His attention was undivided. Both is Jimmy. Holy Shit Chaz exclaimed his thick accent whether it was divine intervention or sheer coincidence beside the point the fact of the matter is that Chas have been listening to Tim. Rose's hey joe that summer and thought it would be a chart topper in England if you can find the right artists to cover it. And now here. He was in this hip basement club in New York City next to a woman he just met watching Guitar Player. He'd never heard of and the guy opens is set with. Hey Joe it was fucking cosmic ever mind that the guy summoned forth these transformative covers of soul nuggets like in the midnight. Hour knock on wood and mercy mercy. It was like Chaz was hearing them off the first time. The trucks wild thing. That was Jimmy's now and they were all Jimmy's now Linda Ranan Chas the day before outside another club New York. She didn't know him personally but knew of him. From the stones knew he played bass for the animals a British invasion group out of Newcastle. With a couple of iconic hits including house of the rising sun which was huge on both sides the pond. Chaz stood at six feet four inches. He was always in the back of the band's Promo shots towering over the other chaps long based to Keith Richards had mentioned Linda the Chaz is leaving the animals after their current tour in with shifting his focus to producing artists management. He just had to see Jimmy. Playland assisted this. Could be the guy you've been looking for. He plays all the time a cafe. What you feel like you're in this alternate reality when you're watching him watching this guy who is immediately identifiable as one of the best things you've ever seen get. The rest of the room is somewhere else. There are witnessing the same thing that you're witnessing. It's almost like it's so good that it's missing the majority of these people and they don't know what they're looking at. Don't know how to explain. It don't know how to rationalize you never seen anything like this chess. Chaz agreed to meet Linda the next afternoon cafe watt and witness Jimmy Firsthand for himself onstage. Jimmy was no longer beholden to the vision of another bandleader. No longer held the someone else's dress code someone else's performance style denote the worry about being fined or something stupid. He could explore what it meant to be himself whenever that was even if he was still hiding behind this to me. James Prasada. Chaz had the same reaction that Linda originally had if anything is transcended hers he thought to himself. This is ridiculous. Why is it win? Snatched this guy up yet. There must be a catch after the show. Chazz introduced himself and cut to the chase. You wanted Jimmy to come back to England with. There was a reason why America was catching on in an equal reason. Why England was prior for an introduction and the history of Music Hall was still in England's musical bloodstream. The flamboyance the theatrics the fantasy and the whimsey and the scene over there was full of band smitten with American. Blues and our MB. To places where Jimmy was coming from it was sure. Fire away to exit. The disaffected seen in the states and become something entirely different abroad not to die but to be reporting away from land so battered and torn forever. Jimmy took a drag from his half smoke. Cigarette did that nervous reaction thing whereas nostrils flared up and his closed lips curled into a half. Smile is avoiding Chaz. Look up the low ceiling. He was ensure England and I was like another world man one if it was a disaster. What if he failed? He was hawking guitars and relying on the kindness of strangers in a country. Who is familiar with? What would he do if he fell on hard times in a foreign land on the other hand? What the hell. What's the worst that could happen? In the states Jimmy had encountered his fair share of roadblocks tribulations nonbelievers. If it wasn't little Richard firing his ass for insubordination. Than it was the black owned hotels he had to stay at twenty thirty forty miles away from the venue. Hughes playing sure he won twenty five dollars at the Apollo theaters amateur contests but if he kept accidentally breaking gear that belong to the likes of Curtis Mayfield. He was going to need a lot more than talent. Show money. Chaz already more excited about Jimmy that all of the leaders of all the bands he had been in over the years. He obviously knew the business he was experienced and he was willing to put it on the live. Jimmy stubbed out the end of smoke decision. Time now or never take your time. Hurry up choice is yours. Don't be late Jimmy. Stuck out his hand to shake. Chaz Chaz had a promise in one thing though wanted to meet Eric. Is that all making an intro. To Eric was easy considerate. Done actually house. This Chaz it Hook Jimmy up so he could sit in with Eric onstage. As soon as he got over there Jimi Hendrix Kadhem Guitar. Do the talk to Eric.

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"ranan" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

"Under fought not going into that again. But yeah, it's Franken the flood brothers here. So people forget that Dylan here. Others don't they. I mean, I don't think we've I don't think we've ever talked about. I think it's it's not essential to what we're doing on story. One time we were outside of my parents and Alex Madda me through a rocket. My high literally was I knew you're gonna I swear to God, I knew you're gonna say that. Well, Well, it's. it's true. We never talked that. I need. Got stitches rock. It wasn't Iraq. It was a boulder. It was bad. That's psycho shit. You also prion tag ising me so bad. I don't know whereas red in the face Marie Zach. We ought to retention, and I was so, you know, there's levels to retention pawn picked up a giant. And it was it was heavy. I didn't even get it to you. But I did I tossed it hit me. Sometimes I think gave you brain damage. All right. My older sister almost killed my little sister playing softball. So it's cool hitter at the head and the for the matter in the back of the head with while she swinging it. Yeah, she swung all the way through back Cam back around and smacked her in the back of the head. How many stitches showed up at my house, and there was like two ambulances there, and she was laying on the floor covered in blood. And I just assumed she was dead. Here's -ssume that. She was dead. Think when you're like she was like seven I was like nine. Intentional. No. He's not is coordinated the rest. Speaking of baseball accidents. I wanna bring this random when I was when I was in eighth grade one of her kids house school, and we're playing bass get ball kind of where we are pitch a basketball each other and hit a basket ball with the bat skin. A week wrist, right? Like, you have to have a stiff when you're hitting a ball that big. So he swings. It nails the bat and the badges comes back and sees max right in the mouth. We had to go home. You just like. Ranan sign his teeth real messed up. This is go to let's Brennan's house. Fuck that his day hit him. It's fun. When that happens like, you just that just that friends day is ruined your day goes on is normal. Yeah. There's certain times. He's gotta leave friends ever hitting a baseball basketball the baseball bat, make sure you have different. Isn't it weird in life? When those moments happen. We're just like holy shit..

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"ranan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Big tech, the one that prince money Google, and the irony is a big tech working with the United States government or with the department of defense. And the irony is a big tack being available to work with other countries. Gordon, what country in particular? Oh, john. Let me think. Yeah. It's a country in East Asia. It's name begins with C and his militant in hostile. So I guess that's sort of limited to China. Right. We bring on Brandon Reicher of the why could report to comment on one appears to be an irony that, Google and Google is made up of thousands of people. But there have been voices raised at Google protesting work with the department of defense is very much reminds me of the Vietnam war days, and yet at the same time Google is at this point to our reading working with the PR see, and if you perceive as Gordon I have these many years at the PR C is a military operation entirely non-transparent military operation this suggests that Google has not thought through some of its policy, Brandon. A very good evening to you were only mentioning Google because it's in the news. But this would be true for all of big tech working with a country. That is understood and I'm quoting the New York Times as an existential threat to the United States of America. What is to be done Brandon? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. And Gordon, I sit here from you all again, let's to be done is the US government is going to have to step in using things like the syfy committees that we have to try to complicate and slow down the ability for these high tech firms to go abroad and do business with China as you may. Or may not know the the whole point of China getting these high tech firms is to basically get the googles of the world to open up their their volts and give corporate secrets and trade secrets over to Chinese state-owned enterprises in order to get access to the Chinese market. And this is all as a means to basically like the Borg from. Star Trek assimilate, all of that advanced tech into indigenously owned and controlled a Chinese corporations and then to incorporate that into China's war-machine, which they are most assuredly building right now. To put this into context. Brandon. Google has decided not to renew project maven contracts with the defense department. That's artificial intelligence to analyze drone imagery, and they're not going forward with the Djeddai project. Also when you look at what they're doing in China, though, they have that AI research center in Beijing. There is that's going to be that research is going to end up in the hands of the Chinese military, as we know they've got this proposed project, which may now have gone to fruition with that center that you've been talking about an province for quantum computing because of siege in Ping's project of civilian military fusion, there's no such thing as civilian research and China anymore. And so the point is what we've got right now is Google directly helping the Chinese military as general Joseph Dunford talked about on Thursday at the Senate Armed Services committee hearing, well, and it's not just Google ever. And it's not just by the way. I wanted to to say the last thing, I just said, it's not just big tech. It's also biotech. It's also aviation companies. But I mean, we saw this Boeing was trying to design part of the wings for their newest bombers were were in the early two thousands. They were trying to get it designed in China because it was cheaper. And we've seen this over and over again biotech is another big one Sino team, which is something that I've been talking about for a while trying to clone you use get get cloning technology so that they can start conducting biological experiments. This is the stuff of science fiction, but it's here now and the Chinese are committed to it. And by the way, western pharmaceutical companies and western leaders or corporate leaders are on the boards for these companies or their companies are partnered with these Chinese companies at Google is just the beginning Google and apple or just the beginning and Google's abandoning their their contracts with the DOD, our military, and their hustle. Ruling over to China, which is kind of ironic because the very same things they accused the American military of doing which we rarely do the Chinese military does it openly and notoriously whether it be spying on their own people using technology to oppress their people, you know, launching these these ridiculous military campaigns, for instance, like they did in the dot com over doctrine, water rights and the debate and plateau two years ago. I mean, this is taking over South China Sea or trying to this is the stuff that the Chinese openly do and Google is happily going over there because they're following the money, and because we in the west or not making it hard for them to do business over there. I think the I think the important point here is that a company is not responsible for defining US national security and implementing it and really the ultimate failure. Here is not in Mountain View, California were Google and alphabet our head. Quartered or in Seattle where Microsoft is. But really the failure. Here is a five hundred and thirty six individuals prison, the United States one hundred senators four hundred and thirty five members of the house of representatives those five hundred and thirty six individuals need to make this conduct talk about from Google illegal. And as a former congressional staffer, I can tell you. It's never gonna change because with all due respect to my former employers and to my to my friends on the other side of the aisle. None of the people who are in office really understand what we're faced with their facing. They don't understand the technology. They don't understand how are enemies us international norms and our own business models against us. And you know, what I was when we were at that talk and Florida last week one of the people in the audience said, well, how do we address? How do we get corporate America to stop from a PR standpoint? How do we convince them to stop going over there and giving the enemy? All the secrets, and I told him I said, you can't I said on the one hand you've got the laws and the system of economics that we all love do not allow for that to happen. And on the other hand, you've got people running these corporations who do not like America, fundamentally, they come up from these crazy campuses these tech people, and they believe all the stuff that they're spoon fed by their liberal professors. And then you've also got the ignorant factor of five hundred and thirty five or five hundred thirty six if you want to include other leaders people in DC who don't know what the heck is going on. And the only way we're going to be able to to to stop this as if the Pentagon in our intelligence services, like dump further going every day every week to congress and hammering this point as loudly and publicly as they can because we're going to have to use the force of government, unfortunately to stymie these efforts to do business in China because China is not a fair actor, they're not like another country. It's China Inc. Brandon. We'll get to all of that. After the next. Pearl harbor. Okay. You'll be right. You'll be proven right in the digital Pearl Harbor in the future. Ranan Wichert of the Weicker could report Gordon Chang of the Daily Beast. I'm.

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"ranan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Will want a one that hasn't changed. Now. This is Colonel can they actually get it done and get the one. That's why they're holding out in creating this artificial deadline trying to get something done by the end of this week. So teams submit their best offer. The best offers a second round pick. Will they move on keep Antonio Brown in default because they didn't get what they want. That seems unlikely at this point both parties are ready for divorce, but the seniors are faithful in this market. They knew from really a month ago, despite all the issues Brown has had that his talent is too good for team not to give up a hefty pick for any trade. That's agreed upon can't be officially announced until the middle of next week Wednesday is when the twenty nineteen league year begins it's likely Brown will want a restructured contract from any team that acquires him. He has three years remaining on his contract scheduled base salaries of. Just over twelve and a half million in two thousand nine hundred nine eleven point three million in twenty twenty twelve and a half million in twenty twenty one, but he has no guaranteed money remaining on his deal. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio the giants this week. Informing Landon Collins they will not be using the franchise tag on him. So the star safety becomes a free agent. Twenty five year old led the giants and tackles for the fourth consecutive year. First time in his career. He didn't top one hundred in a season. He had ninety six on the year. Despite missing the final four games of the season with a torn labor. ESPN giants reporter, Jordan Ranan. It's about the player. Even though he's the best defensive player on the team right now. Landon Collins is not known.

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"ranan" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"And if he had ran at the right time, he probably would be president right now because this is a smarter Trump. He did run in the same election, Trump Ranan. So we started giving lurid interviews to YouTube channels with names like liberty pen and other libertarian ran as a liberal. That's why he didn't win ran is a racist. I mean, a Republican I mean. What? Yeah. I mean, you're probably right. If he just thrown in some like, that's the thing about McAfee is all of his racism has been of the consuming people's coping, diet racism. He's a culture vulture. Yeah. He's a poacher votes yet. But he's not a build the wall kind of guy. No, no, not. Although maybe he'll turn into that. In the next two or three years. It's the grip. Transformed since. So the videos for John McAfee is presidential campaign were distinctly less fun than his wacky. Mcafee uninstall McAfee viral hit that video had been pretty clearly tongue in cheek, you know, the guns and the drugs are all joking. Right. Like, it's it's kind of silly. Because the truth. Yeah. But it's funny because like he's making fun of this image that he had sure. Yeah. He was definitely poking fun at the image. Yeah. The campaign videos in these videos, the character is gone. It's not funny anymore. I think he is. But he's not joking about it. And he's not joking about the guns either the videos portray just a heavily armed and clearly unhinged, man. So I'm going to play you a selection from that video. But I really recommend you would home watch it again, John McAfee in this does not come across as wealthier madcap. He seems ill like very ill like our current president. Yeah. In chaos power is powerless power. Only works when there is a structure through which power can flow, the boss the second in command the third in command the fourth in command the peon. When that breaks down on the peon, no longer is listening, and the peon goes, I'm mad as hell, and I'm not taking this shit anymore. Then chaos reigns. So the whole videos like that. It's he he spends a lot of time talking about how the scene alot cartels coming to kill him. He's always got a gun in his hand. There's tons of shots of him just walking around on his porch with a rifle like his security guard is like it. It's he he seems unhinged. Right. You saw like let's just always got a gun like but in this day. It is though I'm like, I can still see him being a viable. No, I'm not saying he wouldn't be viable. I'm saying he seems ill in that. Oh, absolutely. Like, what was he even talking about the peon who is the peon? It's said, you is that me why are you loading guns and this video? In your presidential campaign about to shoe this presidential campaign video the scene, the Loa cartel, his belief has evolved from like this town is a center of drug trafficking to the believes in government and the scene a cartel are after him. So now in that video he talks a lot about how like the cartels coming to murder him and his fan. We want you to be president. Why would we want you? That seems like we have really invested in more security, and like you want to also he's smoking copious amounts of cigarettes on this video..

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"ranan" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Yes. I have a list of Rams. These guys went back and found out what star recruits day were when they were in high school, you guys can guess at each guy. All these guys reather a two three four or five. Okay. Coming out of high school got Andrew Whitworth. What do you think? Greg three star. Jay yet. Three mace. I think he was a five star. He was a five star. He was a mammoth kid. And and you know, that's what you're looking for in college. You're looking for size Brandin cooks J Ranan cooks ended up at Oregon state for steep. I'm going to go up at Oregon state. I'll go to Greg yet. Three three is. Right. Greg Bergman he very fast, but small. Yeah. Aaron Donald Mace and went to pit. I gotta believe he was a front say he was a four star. All right, Greg. Yeah. I was gonna say four Jack. Yeah. For he was three while these high school ratings are two markings Jared Goff. Greg. John cale. I can see him being a four star. Okay. Greg R J. I'll say three Mace. I'll say four four is correct. Stephen Greg both had it right last one Dhamma can sue j four. Steve five Greg five. Jay corrales. Is correcting or I can't believe he wasn't a fight. But then just goes to show you scare. Yeah. He went to Nebraska when you hear these landed seven five star recruits. It doesn't necessarily mean anything Aaron Donald was a three one lead. It doesn't mean anything because right now, I think they only have two five STAN, I think I think UCLA as even less so. Yeah, there you go. Alright lettuce play a round of mystery voice. I've voices. This means come on, man. You did. Well, last time we played this game. It is John versus Greg Bergman unless the Ramona you did. Yeah. Oh, that's bad. Yeah. Yeah. That is terrible winning. I went to done. I went to Cal. Yeah. Winning. I went to cast winning. Wow. Got an on throw. Throw. She She admitted admits. to Cal. Yeah. I know I will try to make them not suck next time. That's what we said about fasttrack the next time. She does fast track. That's a good goal for her. We'll try to make them not suck next time. Mama momo. Here. We go. Your name is your buzzer. Here is mystery voice number one. Now, everybody puts all this big old. Baggage marshals they needed, you know, come out and can turn the team around from three and thirteen to thirteen and three and it could possibly happen. But for me to say, I'm gonna single-handed claiming Greg Greg avoid that's not going through that Kishan that is key shot. Yeah. Why? Yup. One nothing. Greg number two these Greg Greg. That's that's the nearest target areas. Wow. This is her talking to the unsullied. Right. When the. Funky plate when they got them from the masters. Right, right. They got the you watch. She gave them a rat to fight or not disadvantage. I just finished the whole season to nothin'. Greg. John. I know I'm trying to make an errand trouble trying to go number three. Well, we didn't rebound very well. And we should be a very good rebounding team. So that's kind of been an emphasis. The last couple of days in practice. Maybe we haven't emphasize that enough as coaches because we should be a good rebounding team. We got long big guards. And we got good size up front. But by most Bank poignant it Steve all hall. Shoot greg. That was laid out there for you. Why he went to UCLA to know? All right. Two two one two two one number. That was a good one four felt good. I mean, just the way we've been fighting all year long the way the guy's been fighting all your young the way we fought this game. I mean, couldn't be more proud to be on this team. Rob gronkowski. Got it. Right. The so this will decide it, and we are to and. Lead. You will not sleep. No, I won't your is your buzzer. Well, you know, really can't Sean McVay, Greg. Greg hardy buzzed in. Got it. Of course, Trump they go. Yeah. I did. Fluid. What a great moment for you. What a great my. In mystery voice last time, didn't you Ramona? Then that's good yourself off the mat that's like losing to the Cavs or the Knicks, which you know, Greg is gonna trash talk you now, that's fine. Call about last night..

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"ranan" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Yes. I have a list of Rams. These guys went back and found out what star recruits day were when they were in high school, you guys can guess at each guy. All these guys reather a two three four or five. Okay. Coming out of high school got Andrew Whitworth. What do you think? Greg three star. Jay yet. Three mace. I think he was a five star. He was a five star. He was a mammoth kid. And and you know, that's what you're looking for in college. You're looking for size Brandin cooks J Ranan cooks ended up at Oregon state for steep. I'm going to go up at Oregon state. I'll go to Greg yet. Three three is. Right. Greg Bergman he very fast, but small. Yeah. Aaron Donald Mace and went to pit. I gotta believe he was a front say he was a four star. All right, Greg. Yeah. I was gonna say four Jack. Yeah. For he was three while these high school ratings are two markings Jared Goff. Greg. John cale. I can see him being a four star. Okay. Greg R J. I'll say three Mace. I'll say four four is correct. Stephen Greg both had it right last one Dhamma can sue j four. Steve five Greg five. Jay corrales. Is correcting or I can't believe he wasn't a fight. But then just goes to show you scare. Yeah. He went to Nebraska when you hear these landed seven five star recruits. It doesn't necessarily mean anything Aaron Donald was a three one lead. It doesn't mean anything because right now, I think they only have two five STAN, I think I think UCLA as even less so. Yeah, there you go. Alright lettuce play a round of mystery voice. I've voices. This means come on, man. You did. Well, last time we played this game. It is John versus Greg Bergman unless the Ramona you did. Yeah. Oh, that's bad. Yeah. Yeah. That is terrible winning. I went to done. I went to Cal. Yeah. Winning. I went to cast winning. Wow. Got an on throw. Throw. She She admitted admits. to Cal. Yeah. I know I will try to make them not suck next time. That's what we said about fasttrack the next time. She does fast track. That's a good goal for her. We'll try to make them not suck next time. Mama momo. Here. We go. Your name is your buzzer. Here is mystery voice number one. Now, everybody puts all this big old. Baggage marshals they needed, you know, come out and can turn the team around from three and thirteen to thirteen and three and it could possibly happen. But for me to say, I'm gonna single-handed claiming Greg Greg avoid that's not going through that Kishan that is key shot. Yeah. Why? Yup. One nothing. Greg number two these Greg Greg. That's that's the nearest target areas. Wow. This is her talking to the unsullied. Right. When the. Funky plate when they got them from the masters. Right, right. They got the you watch. She gave them a rat to fight or not disadvantage. I just finished the whole season to nothin'. Greg. John. I know I'm trying to make an errand trouble trying to go number three. Well, we didn't rebound very well. And we should be a very good rebounding team. So that's kind of been an emphasis. The last couple of days in practice. Maybe we haven't emphasize that enough as coaches because we should be a good rebounding team. We got long big guards. And we got good size up front. But by most Bank poignant it Steve all hall. Shoot greg. That was laid out there for you. Why he went to UCLA to know? All right. Two two one two two one number. That was a good one four felt good. I mean, just the way we've been fighting all year long the way the guy's been fighting all your young the way we fought this game. I mean, couldn't be more proud to be on this team. Rob gronkowski. Got it. Right. The so this will decide it, and we are to and. Lead. You will not sleep. No, I won't your is your buzzer. Well, you know, really can't Sean McVay, Greg. Greg hardy buzzed in. Got it. Of course, Trump they go. Yeah. I did. Fluid. What a great moment for you. What a great my. In mystery voice last time, didn't you Ramona? Then that's good yourself off the mat that's like losing to the Cavs or the Knicks, which you know, Greg is gonna trash talk you now, that's fine. Call about last night..

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"ranan" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"I was a golden BUSTER in twenty thirteen invested in in mining stocks after the the great recession. So I I had a nice idea of why people buy golden white some porn right now in our day and age to have some sort of a protective for oil as well, a kiss hedge. All they talk about digital gold. Very young guys as well. So I I go to bar by three beers. And I sit down that look I've been buying gold from years can you showing digital goal. What you mean by that they show me bitcoin nineteen? So I felt I already know bits Glendon. No it was nineteen. But show me. So they show show show me whatever you can show a guy from the first lens like for three hours. And I might do it in a month later one hundred nineteen. Wow. The timing could be. And obviously, you know in in stocks when you have a nineteen going one hundred nineteen year out. So that that's obviously what I did. And then with wealth research, I covered again when it was four hundred so that was really early twenty seventeen and then I learned about thirty right after that going to conferences, etc. And it was twelve dollars. Like, you said we covered it in the newsletter. So the newsletter is very, you know, it's it's a big picture. But it's also I cover stuff. So if I really like something, you'll put your you. Put your thoughts in the. Yes, exactly. And that very would from twelve dollars to like over a thousand so people had a chance to Michael of the money. If I if I took. Well, three search crew you've been doing it for years now. The garage. I mean, obviously offer back of some flannel Kohl's theorem baying one of them DEA for that has mostly play pool. You know, if you've if you've got a night say pull Ranan umbrellas, the nestles Asian breakdown, you got one hundred thousand on the list. Would you say eighty thousand would be crypt? I wa-. I mean, it was sort of a mix of you got as far as people participating vets and things or lots of different others. What's different use lettuce? But they all separate Datta bisons. I mean, what's coming? Try to look at. Yeah. It's it's one it's one database in it's one, newsletters is wonderfully we cover many things I to go to within the crypto currency people. What happened with us is in the third order of seventeen we covered the first ever blockchain minor to go public and it went up nine hundred percent in six weeks. Yes. The mad period yet. Yeah. And what happened was we released a full link micro documentary on this and another channel that up and it went to four hundred thousand views on you. And it it helped to drive a lot of people into our specific newsletter that talks about cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology, etc. But in twenty eight teen we we have not covered any cryptocurrency in the reason is because what happened to me in January. Twenty teen is my partner called me and said look are made just asked me to open a training counts for heard so she can trade crypto. I this is like we're approaching a problematic area here. And I heard about this thing before it's called the mother indicator is when your mother wants do start investing though. Well, it used to be the shoe Sean room, Wall Street didn't back in the Jesse living mode is not more about stocks and shares, and you know, that's time to get out on the taxi driver. Yeah. Exactly. So. No matter how you heard about the story when when you hear something like that. It's it's kind of weird, right? Because it doesn't it's not something natural. I don't mean that in in a negative way. I don't know what you mean. But I mean that in in it was madness..

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"ranan" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on FanBros

"Welcome back for Bantu this off. As you. Coacher? And as always wanna make sure that word traffic. Spaceship immediate prop one dip apprise. Ranan? Collars, Justin Brown to film enthusiasts and comedians who talk about new movies. Oh, movie some movies. They've seen some movies. They haven't. But each episode is hilarious. So what further ado, welcome to the spaceship medium popcorn. Thank you so much. But you will give doing the the jungle fever episodes that was a classic. That was so much fun. Yeah. So for everyone listening who doesn't know I was actually on the medium popcorn podcast earlier this summer, and we talked about jungle fever. I've never seen it prior to being on the show. So it was pretty hilarious and. Say the least, and we just talk through what the movie meant to us and all the ridiculous things going on in that film. So it was fun. So thank you guys again for having me on. All Spike Lee is. Classic. So I gave everybody really brief intro for you guys. But if you can do a much better job and let people know who you are please Brandon just whoever wants to go. I tell the fan fam- who you are absolute. So we're media that we are weekly movie review podcasts at achy just got a credit by rod tomato. So it's crazies that means every week we said to our contacts males new episode. He transcribes it was tries to break down the crease. Should we say the website, actually as to the Ron tomato meter, which is crazy? Yeah. But we talked about kinds of movies. We do black white occasionally for testing documentaries. We just do whatever kind of tickles are ton. And we usually say real ledge stains relate to our real lives. Just in are both offer them months. So it's always interesting take there's never refreshing like the same ideas is always gonna be something new. So. Yeah. You know, both bayside in New York City. So we've been doing comedy together for two. Yes. The year. You're talking about Katrina ios the year flood, Moses anyhow. Yeah. So we've been doing together for a long time. So, you know, we just we know each other way too. Well, and this is just makes the focus is to have a conversation about things that they like adult life, and as we go down rabbit hole. So folks like try to like look at certain episodes. Black Panther episode of get out of Sobe late. This gonna streamline will review. No, go that's weird things or sometimes we occasionally butcher advocates, which I stay. Because people got so mad at meet them. Listen, even the Athens needed help. They need a translator. Don't get mad ABI yell. Imagine if you can pronounce Arnold Schwarzenegger, you should be able to pronounce an African name. Bersin? Eat a lot. But I can't pronounce words. I guess we see I ain't gonna try to throw. I can't read guys. Well, that's why did you guys aside? Even do a podcast and the first you mentioned your comedians. There's so, you know, there's many different outlets waving is talk. Why podcast?.

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"ranan" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on Dude Soup

"It is. Yeah, my favorite is when we get soup, which just makes all kinds of sense. It's just like changes every time to either dude or soup. Some of our shows too. I think I think someone else is trying to take coats. They are dear. They, he's taking dude. I don't know. I'm just president wild. Get it off, get it, get it. Yeah. I do think it he made the what I mean. I really invented the what did I didn't know that? Oh, actually didn't know that because if you're talking about his gay. He invented the what and as we know, the word dude is reserved for game though. He likes dudes. Joke was waste of smart. Pretending to know what you're talking about. This now. Invented the one dude. What's the context of that? I mean, was it started as a mix of something with attitude MU added to do. Yeah, I think it was like duds with attitude, meaning like close. I'm not really sure duds. I don't know. Maybe he was talking about dudes that wait a minute. He invented the one. That's the whole thing about own brothers. Or the Coen brothers, and then we get what dude was a minute by Oscar Wilde his friends. It came from attitude and. Yeah, does close. Those are typically close, isn't a dud, like something that isn't great. That's. When you're wearing duds, those are close. I promise you that I promise. In the early nineteen hundred. So that's why I don't know how old the would duds is, because that one makes sense to me if it's duds attitude, meaning like we're a bunch eightieths and we have attitude. That makes sense. But. Well, who knows? All right anyway. Great. Joko on. Guys, we've we've been goofing off too much. We gotta get back on that clo- out this podcast. So, yeah, there was there was an incident lately or rather. A while ago. Yeah, unfortunate. Freezing in the middle of a very broad and actually diverse interview which was about rockstar games at Ranan. Volkers. Let me throw this over here allow. Yep, we got a big TV screen use it color impressed. So this was actually really cool interview rockstar games specifically either of the house, there's Dan or Sam Houser. Brightly writers at rockstar host of other titles to typically don't give interviews because they actually say in like the first paragraph, I think this is Dan Houser is saying like it creates. Let's see, here we go, quote, lots of girls only want to speak to you or have sex with you because you're famous and in exchange for that, you give up your whole soul. So they actually kind of reject the idea of any kind of celebrity. So they don't talk about their work much. They don't do many interviews, they don't go to eat three. So this was kind of cool except that buried in this interview was the foam and quote. We were working one hundred hour weeks several times in two thousand eighteen. Dan says the finish game includes three hundred thousand animations. Five hundred thousand lines of dialogue and many more lines of code even for each read. Why am I blanking on the are it's not reloaded Rev redemption. Thank you. Revolution, your brain red dead, even. Thank you. That's why you're here Barbara. TV commercial quote we wasn't as but Dunkel..

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"ranan" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Welcome back to the Brown chicken Brown cow show. I am the professor. I'm here today with ma'am. Professor always a pleasure use. It is the two cakes getting talk history. I know this. Awesome. Denisot's we talk about stonewall. Oh. That was an awesome one too. So that was so start with a look through history. Intersex femme. So sadly in today's world, intersex people suffer from an enormous amount of -scriminate says, ship, ridicule, lost, housing, lost homes, lost jobs, and there's this general lack of knowledge about intersex and intersex people are seen by many cultures in the present day as averitt were wrong in some fashion. But the thing is that wasn't always the case. The other thing is you won't know many of the people that are an intersex body nowadays because they can generally pass as one gender or the other. And they just hide who they are because they have to. But as we're not a fear, but as we're gonna touch, another been many other cultures history who. Accepted, valued treasure these individuals Amer ship Thomas and had a place for them in their society. So in a way, modern societies kind of the ration-. Although I think we're starting on a trend towards better acceptance. But let's let's take that walk through intersex history, four thousand years ago. Wow, Sumerian creation. Myth, the samarium creation of the earliest stories of creation that we have the earliest creation literature that we have. Now, they're oral tradition, so things changed through the passing of, but there's a lot of consistency, a lot of consistency, and there's a lot of the documentation of these at there's there's, it's really a fascinating religion. They include stories of around the creation of bodies with a typical sex characteristics in their mythology in the religion. Then we get to move forward a few. Thousand years if to Hippocrates and gallon, they were incredibly well respected wise men and loss firs, and they viewed sex is a full spectrum where male and female were on the absolute outside with many shades in between including hermaphrodites, which were considered to be the perfect balance and harmony of male and female. Within many spiritual religious practice through time. These differences in biology were actually celebrate within pantheon of gods in agent to meal religion. There's record in relationship between intersex people in Sheva. In ancient India, there's an Android composite form of the male. Daddy share Sheba the female daily Perotti the rejecting in who shot and culture goes back as far as the first century BC and now it's pretty crazy. Now I promised earlier in a hint at that we talk about were the word hermaphrodite came from that actually came from the Gratiot Ranan God hermaphroditic. He was considered to be born of both Hermes Aphrodite eighty who of my favorite Greek gods. I ate her. Aphrodite hermaphrodite Armagh for diety. Exactly. He was the intersex Persian. They were equal parts of each. Yeah. Hermaphrodite as was said to have a physical body. That was the perfect balance in combination of male and female. It was also reported that children with these same traits receive as projects or. Children with these traits were seen as prodigies n were able to foreseen for tell the future. They were oracles and well worshiped in respected and honored. So some of the some of the oldest writings, we have news cultures. Pliny the elder sticks out among the lot of writings around third eight. The. Date the twenty. No, I'm sorry. Twenty three to eighty. See, Yep. So like just right around the beginning, Pliny is the first one who described in text we have. We have the quote from this ancient philosopher, those were born of both sexes whom we call hermaphrodite at one time the end Regina. And that's an interesting term we here today. People talking about being end Raj Innis that actually came out of the philosophers and the gods because the hermaphrodites were considered to speak called. If we anglicized the word, the Android Janice energy. One point something about finally elder kind of a bad ass wasn't just some random dude, plenty..

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"ranan" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Nope, Nope. Nope, Nope, Nope, Nope, disagree. I get it because your music's fire and they want more music. But the fact that even took the time to go on twitch and tell you that is a ready, never worry about people that are talking to you, worry about the people that stop talking to you. My dad used to a super bent out of shape, and we got a complaint that I love. Perfect. I want to hear everything because what I'm not hearing I'm not in control when somebody came to wine library back in the day and didn't have a good experience like me. I'm dangerous as a customer. I go to restaurant if the waiter shit fucking punches me in the face, I won't say word. I don't know how to complain, but I just will never go back like the way to punched me. I would like look, suck my bloody lip, eat my food leave, not talk to the manager, not make a scene. If you look at all. I don't know how many tweets I have not one complete. You know, many times I've had should experience not fuck you delta. Not fucking this. Nothing. I don't have it in me. It's not how I was raised, right? What I do is I choose not to go back right to me if somebody saying they're mad at me, cared means are still masseur means can learn from it. To me, it's the people who just un-filed said anything about it. Got it. So to me when you're getting that feedback, it's only showing. In love to a skill you have and they just wanna be fed some more, but I don't think that's the reason to stop doing something. I think that's the reason to do all of it, Jack Jack of Australia. of Australia. Is a farce. Yes, I do. I think a lot of these sayings are from times that don't exist anymore, for example, fake it to you make it can't fake it to you make it anymore. Because while you're faking it, it's your public domain like you. If you're going to come out and say, you're twenty two year old life coach like you can't fake it. Like you still everything's being document everything's built being watched. No, I don't think so. Man. I think a lot of people are multidimensional. I also think you're funny business. If you're in the music business, your one at bat away from everything, one song way every day, your life. You can't brother. Why do you think of talking to you? You can't walk away from a game that literally one fucking song and your back. It's acting to John Travolta was dead for sixteen years and then poll fiction, my man, so fuck that you can never give up on music one fucking song way. If men's listening to your shit while he's playing four night right now, that's more listens than fucking iheartradio is going to give you. People are confused, man, people fucking confused. This MTV nineteen Eighty-four. People confuse the biggest bands in the world didn't make music videos because they thought it was giving away free music. Didn't get it. They're thinking short term sticks to make music videos. They were one of the biggest bands in the world because they thought it was free music. Fuck you. This new thing MTV we're not going to fucking make music. You're gonna play. It are people that go to the record store buyer shit until nobody knew. Fuck they work because the Ranan van Halen and fucking twisted. Sister were playing fucking loop, and then they became the biggest fans. Exposure, listens some cues, fucking two million people watching them play four night, playing your track while they're playing is a hell of a lot more than z one, fuck and hundred. They can't. Yep, that's my home. I've been through starch. That's the four night equity, right. He was like. China, what Mike, you'll get our music in this game. We don't give this game is going to be in on, believe me on streamers on my job, they wanna be able to play. I have to think about media. You know, it's all about what media overpriced, underpriced. They think courting fuck in pitchforks is like about anything like any established thing. Doesn't mean anything. It doesn't have the leverage. Its leverage is overrated. It's leverage is overrated. Whatever the establishment is overrated. Say. But it's great. Now, the twitches thing for me two years. Video-game says, name famous..

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"ranan" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"And when makes mistake, she just says, I'm taking responsibility for it. So that's my new thing. So when lately my fall and there's no one else that could even one percent beheld accountable for the mistake that's made you just say to the person, I'm Scott, I'm taking responsibility for this and the other person should sit there dumfounded going. I didn't know there was anybody else in the equation and they go, well, I'm taking responsibility for it. So that's going to do well or. All right. Well, that's brilliant. And I mean, this isn't. I mean, I don't know what I don't know how much Shannon has done wrong, but this isn't like a, yeah. Anything wrong, it's it's difficult to get over here and you know, say to the guys, let me just let me. Can I give you prince tweets to you real quick? Yes, yes, we should have started with that. It Roddick distraction. Yep, they go. That was it. All right. Thanks checking in with us today. When are you back on the air. Friday, Friday, we will be. We'll be back on their, we're supposed to be Saturday, but then they added a college football game so that you know, we got, we got worked out, put out to pasture for that. So that's fine. Friday night. We'll be back in the next week. It's just we're, you know, we're back on and their real. Are you gonna do one road trip this fall. Probably not. That's that's one hundred percent now that we even gonna prob. That's the most definitive. No, this early when we know the answers, no. What about bam? LSU. Did we lose him? Well, are you? Can you hear me? Yeah, we, I thought that was like the most epic walk off ever where you just said, stop asking. 'cause this is really, this is this is weird spooky I'm I'm reading cringe tweets to you, looking for something to hit you with. And then all of a sudden you say, what about Alex you, as you say that I got a text from Brandon from LSU are down here from walk on this. Maybe this is the same. If I mean maybe if ever, I think prints from beyond put a little bug and Brandon's ear now I think this has been ordained from beyond. I feel like I should go now are what's the time stamp on the Ranan Landry walk ons text you. It just happens. Why did you did you text him while we were all? No, I wanna know the time stamp. Hold on. Actually, I got, I gotta walk back in my house. It's a big house. It's gonna take a while. Yeah, let us know. And you get to the east wing hold. He told me they're like, oh, hey, have you seen him? We live near him. His house huge. I went. We've been on TV twenty years. What did you think he was going to have a mobile home? Like he's got a big house. Eleven thirty three. Eleven thirty three when dude that I got. Yeah, you got the first one. I got the second five minutes about had it with this LSU crew down there. They kiss up to you way more than me. You know invented it. You're right. You're the one that started the relationship, right? And then they go. LSU reaches out and said, let us know if you're coming down. We'll put you in the hype video with with impel in mardi saving Smith, and I was like, wait a minute. You guys, they're like, yeah, we'd like to put you in at some point too. So I don't know. I don't know. I might become a Georgia fan now getting a little pissed off about this whole thing. Yeah, I said it. Now don't go..

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"ranan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"So that amount of time is necessary for what I feel for what I do. What are the primary use cases for the thirty minute call back like what are you have to ask the second time? Generally, you know, I can give you examples. They, I did a piece with Dave Matthews. I think in Ranan may or June at remember. And during the first conversation he had alluded in some fairly provocative ways to issues with drinking. And in the moment, you know, I think I asked one or two follow up questions, but he said something, I'm paraphrasing. I'm not going to get this exactly, right. But he's said something to the effect of, you know, by anyone's definition, I'm a raging alcoholic, which is not something he'd ever said before. And so during the follow up, I just felt like I had to. Ask him, like, what do you mean by that? Like do you that seems like one of those statements where the tone matters a lot? Right? You know, I actually think in the moment he said that and I laughed. I could be like, I'm rooting hawker. To do in his tone was somewhere in between did and also, I don't know. It's like under the laughter was a reaction to some tension. You know, he said something to, I don't know what to say. So I laughed and I felt kind of bad about laughing, but but I think then in the followed by just asked him, like, is there more context you wanna give about that like, yeah, just tell me more about that. I just felt like it was. Does that mean what does that mean? Both because I felt like the conversation needed that clarification. And also I felt it was fair to him to let him address that again rather than it just be some things that maybe he'd remember or maybe not, and then he'll see it, you know? So the followed call is often asking people to further explain or go into more depth about something that gave me pause yet. I conversation that in the moment I was not able to formulate a useful follow question for and then often. It's for lower stake stuff to like. Sometimes I realize I, I'll just have forgotten to ask like very basic things like I'm just making this up like, what was your first movie or like, when did you start doing that? Yeah, because I sort of get more excited about the bigger ideas or so. It's generally those things with fault call for is for kind of like that harder, higher stakes questions and like sort of the mortar fill in kind of basic stuff. Is that uncomfortable when you say, hey, Dave, remember when you say you're a raging out the Hollick somewhat joking manner, you know, when we were kind of vibe ING, and you know, we like had a trust built which Wenas x. time ago. Like let's come back to that. It's slightly uncomfortable. I think the good thing about the follow up call is that I feel like the person knows me a little bit and has a sense of my demeanor and knows in even if they don't remember the specifics, presumably remembers the parameters of the conference. That kind of conversation? It was, yeah. So it that follow up, call conversations starting from a more intimate place than the first conversation is starting from. So I feel more comfortable asking but difficult stuff because we've already had ninety minutes where I was asking about personal stuff. Yeah, I'm so it's not like this out of the blue thing. But yeah, getting nervous knowing that I'm feel obligated to ask somebody about a subject that they might not wanna talk about, but it's probably less nervous than I would be in some other situation. Asking that question. It doesn't seem like an accident that stuff like what you're doing is doing really well at the same time as people are doing more and more podcasts slug, he's doing more of their own podcasts. Celebrities, interviewing celebrities on podcasts..

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"ranan" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ranan" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"It was really like not enabling to get through and again the sword norling took that in the energy the sort itself is also able to actually cut cuts ranan draw blood from superman as well deathrow deathrow mask also has thermal imaging system that uses to detect heat signatures in that itself quickly and see out fast will regenerates and that he hasn't been extremely insane healing factor additionally deathrow has explosives just like dental those shoot out of his gauntlets that can take down buildings he has gas reneged not doubt super powerful beings in violent death row carries a super bomb which is a specially designed multi million dollar a flash bomb capable of incapacitating the entire justice league including superman now on top of all the firearms he also carries a plasma staff that he can use his just like a regular boast staff like martial arts but when he shoots it you can actually destroy large buildings as well so in short death stroke has a really cool arsenal and more than weaponry and saying armor to again in capacity and deadpool all right hey rob i hate to have two of these one show but can i have a quick sanlam sidebar with you over here all right all right we'll be right rob you can hear the fear james voice right see i talked about this on twitter today and i said man if you go for the icon armor is going to be a mistake because i'm just gonna have to expose that you're getting scared in the debate so i i just wanna let you know that case you didn't see those tweets before we go back and talk to james.

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