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"reimer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:07 min | 10 months ago

"reimer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I just isn't true Myxer Austin Max Reimer in for the round table will take a look at the opening week of the legislature and more also look at some data that says the anti vaping hysteria is causing more people to smoke cigarettes justice center eleven local six nine two in cities news talking eleven thirty and one oh three five FM now when it comes to the fight for never last night I think there's an on air that you know the washing posted to my pretty dies in darkness it actually doesn't it dies on television and I was right under the lights of the right in day this is justice that's right and with people not doing something you understand right now we should all be calling for the Attorney General to resign what are his John should mean that we are demanding a resignation and if that guy won't resign the house should start impeachment proceedings against him impeached bar all here we go what I don't forget what I tell you you know I I wouldn't say all we do look they're looking for another they're looking for another removal proceeding another weaponization of the process and here we are here we are now with them doing what they do which is to say they've come up with some loony tunes explanation of why the Attorney General United States needs to be removed from office they've decided that the Attorney General here is a guy that they should go and and have a do you know have a removal of proceeding with that the house calling witnesses on the whole thing on the whole thing all over because any distraction from the disarray of the Democratic Party right now is a good thing any distraction from what the Democrats are really trying to do in trying to accomplish in terms of the people they have running for elected office that's just that's great they should be very happy about that they should be very very pleased because they don't really have that they want just the Democrat primary voters to be figuring this thing out while the rest of the country swing voters independents are focused on the rim about whether this is not going to happen I mean this is this is ridiculous and I would just note that it would be entertaining to watch them try to explain why turning journal bar should be removed because you just gonna say I'd I didn't I didn't make this you know I I didn't violate any law what Sir I did violate any any DOJ policy the president spouts off that's not my problem why going to remove the Attorney General and that they would claim that you have Democrats now saying that you should have Attorney General Barr consider removing himself but you you did not have the even refusal never mind removal proceedings initiated against Loretta Lynch just goes to show you that this is all that they just they view all of this as scoring points for their team against the other team whenever I talk about institutions are sacred democracy and all this other stuff Gee you can just just just cast that aside that's just nonsense doesn't mean it doesn't mean anything to them it doesn't mean anything to them they're they're saying that as as a distraction and as a smokescreen as a as a tactic of of weaponize in process against the other in this case as we know the other would be Democrats I'm sorry Republicans rather I want to talk to you about the situation here with Mike Bloomberg because I do I do find this fascinating so let's dive into that how often do you say I slept horribly last night or it took me forever to fall asleep or I couldn't get.

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The Value vs. Stress of Twitter, Pros and Cons of Remote Work, and Digital Minimalism  A Discussion Show with Derrick Reimer

Startups For the Rest of Us

06:14 min | 10 months ago

The Value vs. Stress of Twitter, Pros and Cons of Remote Work, and Digital Minimalism A Discussion Show with Derrick Reimer

"Dare Kramer thank you for joining me on the show. Thanks for having me again. Yeah this is. I think this is going to be a fun today. Just kind of talk them through some interesting topics. I had a few in mind over the past couple of weeks and things have come up where I'm like. Yeah no I really want to discuss these with someone and and I don't know who to kind of bring on the show and then you and I were having dinner last night and I was like man we were. We got some good conversation topics. I figured we could jump on the Mike and Record a few these. Yeah I mean we both had a coupled fashions but we probably should brought our mics to agree. So one thing you kicked off with was just talking about is on a lot of our minds is like social media in general but twitter specifically specifically. Because that's kind of big in in our circles and the value versus the stress of it. Yeah I mean it's for me like my personal journey with it has been like thank. You know it's kind of the last the last remaining piece of social media that I really use these days like I've kind of given facebook. I technically have an instagram account. But I don't don't really use it and I'm not really like hooked on checking those things but twitter is is tricky wine. Now I think it is for a lot of people in the tech space because you know it's where a lot of our industry the news is coming from where a lot of the camaraderie among software developers and startup. People is happening. And there's not really to my knowledge other a platform like it. They're like Niche Communities in slack. And things like that but twitter is kind of the you know the public square for that and so it's it's always been. It's been a struggle automatic for the last few years I've been saying like you have given up all social media but I can't on twitter because that's where that's where like work stuff happens but I've just become so aware that for me the and I think it varies from person to person how they how they deal with it but for me. It's like twitter. Is always the default like I hit a rough spot on something I'm working on and what's my first inclination is is to go check. Twitter go get a dopamine hit and I'm just I'm kind of over it at this point. Yeah Yeah do you still have it on your phone. I took it off my phone which which has been good and I actually. I did another trick where I put all my apps in one folder. So now he just had like a blink blink desktop screen essentially own that also so like I keep email on there for example because I just want to. I want to be able to do email moberly. But I don't want it to be like something I- compulsively check if I have a break during my day and that's been a good a good way to to deter that when you put them all in one folder what is just make them hard to find. Yeah I mean it's just like I had muscle memory built like like I knew where to tap my thumb subconsciously to open email and now at lake adds friction to that. Yeah Yeah I do that with. I'm compulsive with email email and slack specifically the tiny seat slack. I don't do it with twitter or facebook and I've never really had that problem but it definitely I can see getting into that habit and I've tried to avoid it. I think the thing with twitter man is like I check twitter a couple times a week and and I think that's a pretty for me. That's pretty healthy balance. I might post to it more often a few months ago I was posting every day. And I kind of fell Philip that wagon. I'd like to do that again but yet. Yeah checking it. All the time is not healthy right. I mean that's that's kind of what you were saying. I say it doesn't feel good because you're going for the dopamine. Hit of like someone replying to you or a conversation or likes or re tweets. Yeah it's like it's like I don't know if I'm feeling particularly like just unsure about something I'm working on or just my business in general you know all these existential Many crises we have all the time in building startups. Then that's like a an easy place to turn. We're like I'm going to share some some a piece of work that I'm doing and it's going to have some marketing benefit. It's going to increase awareness about what I'm doing in hope people will spread it around. Maybe someone who knew. We'll discover my APP. You you know. So it's like I can justify that there's benefit to it and so then I'll share something and then it feels good to get people liking it engaging in commenting and by it's it's pretty hollow and it's pretty just it's a veneer that's providing like kind of a short term benefit but there's not really i. I don't think it's the healthiest way to engage with that. And then when you don't get the kind of response that you were hoping hoping for will then you feel bad and it's like why am I doing in the first place you know. This is not this is not a solid way to go and the struggle is that it's not just the social aspect like I know you got off facebook years ago and I think it was easier to justify because there was no work component. There is no way facebook was going to help you build or grow a company whereas twitter might and might I want to put in Italics and bold like might is really. It's like we know folks who have built kind of personal brands on twitter social media empires. I don't know of anyone who has built a SAS APP and the marketing was all twitter. Right it was like I view twitter as being this. It's really just the you can get small audience and you can get that first. Those first few customers are you can get the first people who are going to give good feedback. I mean it's part of just building kind of that that relationship the people but realistically I think once you have any type of product market fit and you're actually trying to build a scalable. Marketing approach like twitter. Is Not it right. If you're looking at purely as a utilitarian leterrier thing I there's definitely times in places to do it and be on it but it with all the negatives it does it does feel hard to justify to me. Yeah I mean it feels like a lot of twitter. I mean you can definitely come into it with a strategy of like. I know the Best Times a day post where I'm going to maximize engagement like kind of figured out some of those things for for myself and some of it you can kind of apply methodically other parts of it. It's like a lot of benefit that's come to me has been kind of serendipitous and I think that's where I have a little bit of fear that like if I were to give this thing up. I don't know what I'm giving up entirely you know like I don't I don't know what kind of random encounters interactions interactions. I might be missing out on. I think that's where the fear comes. It's like you know this could be the thing that catapults my nascent startup into a different realm if I were just they're engaging in the community on twitter and but the but in reality like I've become pretty convinced it's probably not a very good reason to to accept all the

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Williams' shootout goal lifts Hurricanes past Canucks, 4-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Williams' shootout goal lifts Hurricanes past Canucks, 4-3

"James Carolina harden got was shootout an assist goals shy of from a table triple doubles teravainen Houston and Justin Rockets Williams beat the New as Orleans the hurricanes pelicans beat one the visiting seventeen Vancouver one oh Canucks nine forty three harden trailing finished one with nothing forty after points the first ten rebounds Carolina and nine got assists back to back goals while from shooting Nino twelve Niederreiter twenty and four Sebastian from the all field her to take the lead Houston was out but rebounded Tyler Myers fifty would one tie twenty things two up for after Vancouver three quarters late in the second but outscored Andre the such pelicans the cost twenty to repair five your child sixteen will give in the the hurricanes fourth to leave with once a twenty again one to twelve but at least advantage Patterson on would the glass score for the Canucks Brandon to force Ingram the is extra twenty time eight point hurricanes twelve goalie rebound James game Reimer with the pelicans said the team earned their sound victory Williamson added my twenty well one and points we and are ten chances boards and and admissible lane Houston you know this is good I think that we got the win we deserve a reward card for Vancouver holds the lead in the Pacific Division was sixty five points Carolina is tied with Philadelphia for the second wild card spot in the east was sixty three Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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Carolina scores 2 late goals, rallies past Avalanche 3-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Carolina scores 2 late goals, rallies past Avalanche 3-1

"The hurricanes did all their scoring in the last three minutes to down Colorado three to one after the avalanches Gabriel Landeskog broke up a scoreless tie early in the final period Andre Shrek knockoff deliver the equalizer off a goal mouth scramble then with one nineteen left Colorado native Jacobs Slaven culminated a three on one rush with the game winner Sebastian also added an empty netter James Reimer kept Caroline in the game by stopping twenty seven shots from the NHL's highest scoring team Bruce Morton Denver

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GOLF  Presidents Cup Preview-Agars

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

GOLF Presidents Cup Preview-Agars

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Aho scores twice, Hurricanes double up Oilers 6-3

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Aho scores twice, Hurricanes double up Oilers 6-3

"The Carolina hurricanes got a five game road trip off to a good start in spite of a bizarre start to the third period he let their three nothing lead get away is the orders tied it up and it could have been worse his Connor McDavid was awarded a rare penalty shot an even rarer he never got it off on goalie James Reimer police I happen not to know what they do is surprised him so I don't know I mean our city wasn't expecting us for sure after that things calm down for Carolina Jordan Martin nuke playing hometown hero got the go ahead goal in a six three hurricanes win Scott Johnson Edmonton

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Coyle, Krejci score for Bruins in 2-0 win over Hurricanes

Jim Bohannon

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Coyle, Krejci score for Bruins in 2-0 win over Hurricanes

"Bruins like the hurricanes to nothing ours of a lack twenty four saves for his second shot out this year in career game number five hundred Charlie Coyle David crazy scored sixty eight seconds apart in the third period of James Reimer who is working on a shot

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Reimer gets 22nd shutout, Hurricanes beat Red Wings 2-0

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Reimer gets 22nd shutout, Hurricanes beat Red Wings 2-0

"The red wings lose their six in a row as they fall to the Carolina hurricanes to do nothing last night at little Caesar's arena good night for Carolina goaltender James Reimer he turned aside all nineteen shots he faced to pick up his twenty second career

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Jaco Terezi And Cleveland discussed on Reimer, Wiggy & Bradford

Reimer, Wiggy & Bradford

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Jaco Terezi And Cleveland discussed on Reimer, Wiggy & Bradford

"Network the twins beat the Indians for to want to move back into first place in the AL central Jaco terezi fired five and two thirds scoreless innings during the victory the right hander has allowed only to run in seventeen innings against Cleveland

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Arizona Cardinals, Darius Phylon And Assault discussed on Reimer, Wiggy & Bradford

Reimer, Wiggy & Bradford

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona Cardinals, Darius Phylon And Assault discussed on Reimer, Wiggy & Bradford

"The Arizona Cardinals cut the feds event Darius phylon after he was arrested early Friday morning for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon violin allegedly pointed a gun at a dancer in the parking lot of a strip club

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"reimer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"reimer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Ten week nights free she age yet joining us really appreciate Max Reimer filling in for me last week Wednesday Thursday Friday I binged though shows today as I was driving around for the day job and I absolutely fantastic content from Max really appreciate Brianne holding his hand to making sure that he stayed on the rails that's what I'm here for you know really appreciate that as well and of course keep Christiansen you guys should check out their podcast keeping maxim the world and keeping Max dot com was in on Thursday and I can always provides deep meaningful insights and actually want to touch back upon I this just occurred to me I didn't have an analyst for tonight but at some point tonight I want to touch back upon the conversation that they had on Thursday regarding a monumental and little reported decision that came out of the Supreme Court that has the potential Los shattering consequences I don't think that's an overstatement in terms of shattering president establishing a new president that if taken seriously basically means that we don't have the rule of law anymore in the United States of America which should come as no surprise these days because that's been the the tendency and the draft for quite sometime now six five one nine eight nine five eight five five the number to join us if you feel so inclined throughout the evening tonight brand taking those calls and producing the show so I want to spend some time talking about empathy empathy has there been quite a few calls for empathy as of late the left would like to claim a monopoly on empathy and compassion and common decency and feeling a motion sympathy they alone feel your pain they loan relate to the plight of the oppressed they alone understand the emotional stakes of any given situation in any given issue most especially right now and the current discourse the crisis at the southern border of the United States the border with Mexico as exemplified in the photo which you have no doubt seen at this point I know I have of the drowned father and mother or father and daughter I should correct myself who had crossed the Rio Grande unsuccessfully and ended up washed up on shore it is a graphic photo it is a heart tugging photo it elicits empathy and sympathy and sadness and a sense of of despair a certain kind and it should those are normal natural human reactions but we're told if you're conservative if you're somebody who you know forget about the the political ideological labels if you're somebody who thinks that BEA border ought to exist as such if you're somebody who thinks that immigration should have some kind of restriction at all and that the laws regarding who gets to come over into our country who gets across the border ought to be enforced vigorously and equitably another words they should be applied equally to all comers not just to a few not just to some they should be enforced as written if you believe that or anything remotely close to it you are on in prophetic you are apparently on move this imagery of a drowned father and daughter a year in human you're on feeling your I'm caring this is what you're meant to believe I want to spend some time in our first second tonight examining the the premise and the modus operandi I am the scheme to be quite Frank about it that is being employed here because very common on the left and those of us on the right to have become to a large degree desensitized to it desensitized to the point where we often do exhibit a certain degree of stoicism in the face of imagery which should properly react or or trigger some amount of emotional display because we're so used to the game that's being played but I think we need to spend some time actually addressing addressing the reaction that we have that we ought to have and how that reaction how are motions connect to our action because with the left is telling us the purpose that they're operating under is you should feel empathetic and because you feel empathetic therefore you should adopt their policy positions does that fly does that flow rationally and logically or even on motion only from any any sort of argument that's ever been articulated or is it just a rhetorical Blodgett that utilized to beat you over the head beat you into submission get you to shut up and move over in order to make room for their agenda I think you know where I stand on this let's look at a a couple of examples here of the way this has played out first of all regarding that particular photo from USA today in my grandfather and his twenty three month old daughter who drowned in the Rio Grande river in Mexico has written nude outrage the photo has over the immigration debate and spark debate over the graphic nature of the photo itself the image taken by journalist Julia did Duke our live Duke and showing Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his daughter ellaria deceased and face down in a muddy river bank has sparked visceral responses on social media and I would hope so it is a visceral image it is a tragic image it should properly if locomotion the question is what do we do with that emotion I want to dig into here later a of more recent report coming out at the Washington post several democratic members of the house made a stoned trip to el Paso and Clint Texas to immigration detention centers and claim to have discovered all sorts of horrific conditions I want to address this in more depth later as it relates to the point that I'm trying to make here in the first segment but suffice it to say the rhetoric is dialed up and then of course you have democratic candidate for president Pete to judge the south bend Indiana mayor during the second debate on Thursday according to the Daily wire he excoriated members of the Republican Party who claimed the mantle of Christianity but whose ideology and policies on border issues allegedly do not comport with such values and this is what he had to say is that the Republican Party likes to cloak itself in the language of religion now our party the Democrats doesn't talk as much about that largely for very good reason which is that we are committed to the separation of church and state and we stand for people of any religion and people of no religion but we should call up pucker seat when we see it and for a party that associates itself with Christianity the Republicans to say that it is okay to suggested that god would smile on the division of families at the hands of federal agents that god would condone putting children in cages has lost all claim to ever use religious language again there was people to judge in the second democratic presidential debate last week and this leads to the first point that I want to make regarding the emotional appeals of the left which is the in this case end this harkens back to my in my dream I mean if you will of the mirror universe where whatever you hear the left say the opposite in one form or another is typically true in this case but a judge accuses Republicans and conservatives of hypocrisy and in doing so demonstrates his own personally his whole Parker see and that of his party and that of the left because how here you particularly from the premise of Christianity and faith and belief in god after conservatives for not caring about children while at the same time openly and enthusiastically supporting the murder of the unborn indeed sometimes maybe even if they're a little bit bored you're okay with that I'm sorry Sir but you get in no way opportunity you get no allowance to speak on behalf of god and Christianity a morality and the children when you hold that position your talk about hypocrisy look in the mirror Sir and this is this is the first point I want to make regarding these emotional appeals is that the the the the first thing we should be asking ourselves is how is what we are being accused of true of the person who is making the accusation because it always is it always is when they call you a bigot they're a big to find out how ask yourself how when they call you a hypocrite find out how they're hypocrite because they always are you just got to dig a little bit got scratched just beneath the surface to find it and the use of these emotional appeals to to the extent that they're trying to utilize them to make you feel bad it's because here's the irony they're appealing to your motion because they know you have it right this is the great irony the calling somebody a bigot if you actually encountered a genuine bigot origin you and racist and your your approach to him is your will resist what why would he care no actually go check them out on you too the ones that haven't been deployed formed because they have an ascended to enough influence because they rarely ever do did these people care about being called racists the Richard Spencer is of the world is a call about the care about being called a bigot he embraces it he loves it he views it as hello he'll go on to justify his position to be like yeah but I believe that because X. Y. and Z. they'll give you an argument right the only people that type of accusation is effective against is people who aren't racist who aren't bigoted who actually care about the opposing values who care about tolerance and inclusion real tolerance and real inclusion who care about a society where people are judged according to the content of their character not the color of their skin take it efforts and embraced principles and pregnancies which are inherently anti racist it's only good people who get offended when you call their character into question bad people don't care and similarly when you make an emotional appeal on the level of you you see this photo of a deceased father and his daughter and you are you are you feeling in response to this photo if that were true then the attack wouldn't work if that were true then the attack would be absurd it would be absurd to try to shame somebody into feeling something if they legitimately didn't and so here's the question we need to explore accepting for the sake of argument that we all do have a proper empathetic emotional reaction to this imagery what's really going on here what what's the proper way to utilize into process that emotion and what is the left trying to achieve with their appeals six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing argument minus water out since once the new stock eleven thirty one three five FM twenty Disney stock dot com we'd like you to like box the Twin Cities news talk dot com and.

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West Virginia Mountaineers QB Will Grier to skip bowl game, focus on draft prep

Reimer & Dakota

05:41 min | 2 years ago

West Virginia Mountaineers QB Will Grier to skip bowl game, focus on draft prep

"Step away from the rest of their team leave their teammates high and dry and also leave their education behind. I think it's I think that's unfortunate. Well, that's always the conversation about it being the feet. I call the feeder system the system to the pros and the worry of okay, I'm just going to get ready and he put out a message. He tweeted a message out where he said since arriving he and his wife have been welcomed by the family, and how blessed they've been and all that kind of stuff. And then he said that they after getting professional input. That's what he said professional input. I've decided not to participate in the upcoming bowl game and focus on the preparation and my family for I hope is the next step in in our journey. But I I think we're gonna see more of this happening. And I think it's unfortunate too. Because look you're ready dumped out maybe after the two years three years in his case and skip out. Anyway, I mean, you're not gonna finish most of these guys aren't finishing college unless they don't have a shot at the pros. Rose. So if that's the case, then I think he should play the ball game especially this ballgame. Why not? Yeah. And maybe if you want to train people to become professional football players, maybe different a different institution where that can happen instead of cow. Can you imagine that boy wouldn't that be interesting? So college football once all the money, they can possibly get and they get it. They make a fortune. That's why these bowl games was forty bowl games on a lot of the big tier ballgames, they'll make money. And if you had all of the guys that had the real upside the real possibility Goto some kind of a system where they didn't play in college. There was something else form that was at a high level. Wow. That would be that would be a game changer period. Philip across the US. Yes. But then it would change institutions where the money was backed when they were looking for through stirs the whole top. Apple the system and there'd be so many people that would stop that. Because athletes makes them so much money. But it is interesting, and there have been people that have said that well if it's so much than why aren't you staying in? And you owe it to the people of the university, and if you're taking a scholarship position as an athletic got the whole thing. I mean, it's always a huge conversation huge as it should be. Yeah. All right. So that's the big news for a mountaineer fans are not going to get to see him a lot of them not happy with that. But saying they understand his decision. Some in some saying, they don't be a real bummer if he was your guy, and he is incredible an incredible quarterback. And then you had tickets to go to the game. And then he's not playing in it it, you know, listen, it would make a difference for you, even though you might like the other players are you might just like the team in general. He was the star. He transcended it just like in the pros across the board in any sport. You're there for the personality of the person. That's the. The argument over money when you get to the pro level that why shouldn't you get a big contract because you're like a performer, you're like an entertainer people are there for the draw for the name. And what happens when you don't have a name. And you don't have a good team. You don't draw as much so therefore, they should be paid more. Now, you look at college same thing the draw how how long do they go? And the other argument side argument of this is why should we stay in? This the way we're staying in it terrific the injury to maybe not get the money. We could be drafted where we could be drafted. So this is going to always go around on the carousel forever and ever army, by the way, putting up some points. Ten nothing. They lead a kick was good enough to add more mustard onto the total. But that's it. So far at at this point in this game. It's really been about defense or miss. Opportunities in the case of navy a couple of tossed interceptions in the wrong direction in the case of army same thing. I mean, we're punting punting punting that they were able to get some points on the some points on the board. So a thirty three yard field goal making the difference. Thirty three yard field goal for John Abercrombie and army army adding some points, but still in the same spot as they were before not a high scoring game and not a lot of pad their against. Let's put it that way. What happened to what happened all the Pat? It went away. Right. It's gone. So they're not getting any of it jumping across back to the NFL got a couple of questions here. One from big Al who sent me something at Caitlyn. Radio dot com. He says Kate congratulations on the book deal. Your destiny, I ordered a copy at Amazon and speaking of destiny when you look at the teams and you look at the chiefs they're taking on the ravens and Pat Mahomes is this a team of destiny even without Kareem hunt. This team is still loaded. There's no doubt that he was a big part of what was happening on the ground for them. But the chiefs weren't going to stick with him after he he

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Premier League: Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United

Reimer & Bradford

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Premier League: Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United

"Wow. Fun game to for bridge to to Chelsea Manchester. United Robbie Earle. I mean, where do we start? Let's start with your general thoughts of this football match festival. Rob I've got things to say in. You know England that brilliant win on Monday against Spain in the United Nations. But let me tell you something you can't beat the primarily sporting Drome of the high in guests who was the lead monta Ganley Josie Marino. And it was this early this morning what the game on my new usual notepad Manetti Saudi going to put the notepad down the axes knows in the detail in lineups in the tactics. I mean, leave most in Komotini you working on the show. I just going to watch this game as a kind of innocent till zither trying to find see if I can answer some questions and particularly looking at Monchy United and the questions the answer to me are the two months, just you know, I teach stem, he's a first off at new customer. I over Chelsea much. Didn't is a second Hoffman snotty two pool. Pocus? Disciplined sometimes doesn't know how these focus on. And then there's a guy who can get CVS can influence a game and become a much when these two sloppy goals, which are not consistent to Josie

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"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

"Media session tonight this is just within the last couple of hours here in the twin cities here's the latest sound from tom brady i didn't i didn't hear much you know about it but i didn't i didn't get into it too much i just said i certainly hope the guy's not fired that's i would i would hate for that to happen while i i just think any parent israeli protective of their kids in um you know i'd never stayed away from criticism i understand that you know criticism is part of sports but i'd i'd certainly don't think that you know you know my children or any other children in a really deserve to be in that so that's how i felt well i i think you know we all have careers and we all know make mistakes and i mean i hate for someone that that to change their life over something like that that was certainly not what he intended i said i was tom brady tonight and again been talking about this all day long i've only been here the last hour plus now and the the company did released a statement intercom released a statement tonight also and you need to hear that as well they said that they are deeply we are is a quote here from the statement we are disappointed and embarrassed by alex reema's honor comments made last thursday evening is remarks were utterly indefensible and meanspirited commentary directed in any way a children is wholly inappropriate and mr reimer remained suspended indefinitely from all weei platforms the statement did continue i it also said in here that they have communicated air comes communicated their course of action to the patriots and tom brady and they are in support of our disciplinary response so that's of the statement from intercom regarding this particular situation a couple thoughts here couple of us we we are in the the blood in the water stage of his story this is a fresh story and the parana is our smelling blood in the water and they are going as some one that does this for a living i my position on this has been i i don't like to see people lose their job because of a an egregious error this was not a calculated move by alex room that being said that being said the way the.

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"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

"Now it's one of those famous court cases of our time uh alex alexandra j reimer v the con while not hinder sits yes i don't care a new that waiting as alex or morale's has given name for water people now so yeah alexandra j reimer v commonwealth of massachusetts hm we hide is it why is it a famous case 1000 because it's webs legendary case a legendary cases it is if like a case study at harvard law oh yeah absolutely yeah without a doubt i got off with i got off with no find nothing my friends had to pay fines because they represent themselves i the legal professions the eu's v instead of verses finally harvard verses year why is it our harvard yale asked my buddies in moscow now cuyohoga kyle on the kiss good to know that yeah now is that i was in prison for like prison yeah hard tell it as more of the stories neuro expressing five hours i should a south my friend it's actually it's humiliating when it's a it's humiliating to be arrested they strip you of all your belongings wasn't like episode of ours right you take off your shoes here with what so i was wearing sperry back them this is when i was a straight guy says wearing boats shoes awful boats shoes with with no sox i raise you better than this with no socks so i ha i was barefoot they took away my shoes while bump they do that in case you might know the shoelaces might outlet made the right of arabs can end it this isn't specialty you i think this is standard operating procedure with humiliating in i so i will you mitigating it's like oh this resilient niger i have to add that they have a lot of his lots of plot is critical that eu around wives in this autumn and illing things they could have done to you in this prison i've got a mug shot get a mugshot he got off do you have it at home or i know i don't i don't i tell sopranos than these they have the frank sinatra mugshot hanging on the wall but that tony sopranos office jets just missed sopranos just a.

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"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

"Mossy and vis boron said a moron moonbat who so openminded their brains the fallen out bijou were dealing with an abject idiot here un yours naasi ate meat you make me want to throw up in my mouth you are the ultimate snowflake sek or safety lays of has shut out 100 out of viewing all i can do is run your damn mouth so that was those that was all directed at me moron nauseating shot up you know you just run your mouth like it's so he he just makes the role the rule seemed a little bit capricious to me like oh you interjecting one word that is the ultimate in disrespect me calling you a moron or a moonbat or whatever which right away all yeah ornate hall at the end which by the way i do not care about and at least you didn't hear me like whining like wait a minute though those words were mean why did you say that now it's like i understand that's how it goes he had one set of rules for me and clearly another set of rules for everyone else he did shows with you and reimer sat for reimer i mean key ways he was pretty hard and reimer like fair for interrupting or l like a he thinks he's said eu pre one often called him a abject failure i believe could you say that the guy's 24 and he has a regular slot on the radio up in indiana's my he's an abject failure he is a weasel i'll that's to river reimer would admit that i became wears out with ride here yeah but he wasn't let's just say that there were times razzaq whoa sawyer roll man like that's disgusts not least as i can pretty sitting senators face i guess better if it was it it's certainly again wasn't civil discourse it was it and by the way light and ransacked i've mastery you know as like we deal with curtain callahan every week and i said it at one point during the family this is one tenth of what happens with kirk in jerry i don't understand why this is suddenly problematic and by the way you know mr sanctimonious when you were playing whack a troll eighteen months ago oh with unsuspecting rubes colin n who think tom brady's cheater and whatever i don't think you are particularly civil then i'm guessing we can probably find sound of.

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"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on WEEI

"And he was doing his job yoga paragraph yup he was picking on me steve everyone else who's underage drinking there too early picked on poor reimer would you say here's a backyard for doing a bad guy for throwing me in the slammer for us dave majesty there was a big deal for nineteen year old doubts remarry in fact you shouldn't have been doing our work or move steve i think he's kind of tweaking you've been on the cop totally sony's now i respect yes sir no sir i once housed once pulled over for speeding japanese scoops full to the asserted my car was so neat clean he let me off he said he good kid like you deserves a break and i said yes sir absolutely seeing see steve i love the men and blow thank you for the call of sectoral had here portray wave your way differently well i've i've a respectful i can be respectful when i need to be when it calls for getting a take it or not during a decade later tonight triumph on that guy sauna manipur ameliorate hall her he steven born yeah he called up to get you in a headlock and squeeze by the end of it he was a kitten emigrate manipulatory above the little story about the clean car and that's all the talk i pushed the right by gene that's what i do he was way worse i when i entered the idea thank thank you add he was a rough he was like yellen i was i harm them down in the end of the show currently from what this guy you're a nice cigar then you're portray on the radio sleigh oh you're gonna go places young man i no out clean car i guess athena and he very o'clock hour so i guess steve is not going to like this a little bit here but we obama said a rough couple of days was photographed blowing smoke rings in a bathroom at harvard i presume the subtitle of the snap story said get your f in phone so like she was telling her fan videotape me and blowing smoke rings here my cigarette there's us a photographed mickey arthur friend at harvard football tailgate saying mullaly as that a new nbc sports boston show the harvard tailgate it should be right hoisted by the.

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"reimer" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on WTMA

"The the i'm in the effort and energy to you put into preparing you're right there at all and the three marketing bit of aging can do to help them interest what actually market is what can or really and i think that and shorten but they the market for the stellar when they get to the point where they want to so there helps them so a lot of time and effort on our ended being put into putting those things into place right now for the we can maximize results her sellers are you of course of the most of the blame the baby rules state show that we here every week you don't w team i tomorrow morning at nine and sunday morning at ten oh what are some of the things we can expect to hear about an upcoming shows so i'm to talk about the market this weekend i want to talk about what you can do to find inventory you know you're byron you're out there your kind of waiting for thanks to the market working you look dude you are there are things that he did that won't you know give you some options some of them but our but if they're available for still that you might not otherwise have access to cement sure you how to do that we're going to talk about price production little bit wanna talk about kind of the negatives big mother people have associated with the right production dip you're selling your health and then the public perception of that coming up all of those issues and i'm going to talk just more about you know you think of their eyes jump reimer good deal we look for hearing it now to folks can touch with you they can call me in a four three three four five one.

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"reimer" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"A traits reimer's ripped a motto we haven't had just make yet how the cause all this puss don't growing tomorrow is a lot how friday and will be together with opponents so and the good fellas we may have a special guest tomorrow body thirty dish we'll see what happens but i did you know that march is national credit month did you know that my job to tell you and so have but details about that as well where to thirteen in the morning here on news radio a thirty cage which goodness it's it's the news cycle i mean some other stuff in and it's so one of those thursday's but it has been made so much better because the one the only the honorary citizen of london england is an okay he green ladies enjoyment with this or today i don't know how you i love our rack and i will be a great a great honor and the need to be an honorary that of the number one then and of hawaii and absolutely because we're about ready to call you i know which is somebody who is of course from the white because we're so closer together and it could rain yeah i would love that i lauta my by let's i'm going to jump in because time valuable as always and there's a lot on the agenda here i want to start out so with your reaction to the president's presentation in congress well i agree with and then so with them which is good it's the best beat should give him and it but that's one of its kind of that political like he took into account his body and and look primary on and then the secondary added to be you know america are the world but primarily and let congress and it even giving met in advance of delivering been hit first budget and made the at the of what's going to happen like obama care which is benefit nitpicky kemba temperament not just for president around but also many of the people in the and the health and bennett but they'll be coming about obama care and there have been reports of the president.

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"reimer" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"This in the reimer mcdonald rated with it okay read wake but if you do me from hall of a new week for that come empty it's lipman they all drive home in the us and they're all cannot laughing about the lesbian stuff the last not last night entire but have worse show was like close and it turns out that she was one at the bottom all the rumors but then when i love does that after that bus seen the show a shot of simply struggling to get down her driveway with her luggage is like to come on what you got to copy ten years driveway that like that's come on now some right before she press the take me news i'm picking my has been back storyline he said yeah so sad i also like on that message sports is just laughing sees that and then i remember but i have to stick with me there's loving por so suddenly did you know they got lapping into like you are there is yeah it it it like well nothing to make a friend super come this so by focusing back eight somewhere else well it's but because on the show it's always really hard to track who is friends into it what time i mean it's almost like there was season survivor a few seasons ago when the talks but there was voted in blocks they didn't have alliance is the descent voting block seven chipped every week and that's what this up this this show is you know any at any given moment you know right now we know that they drew and and you're at odds.

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"reimer" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"More and more defense home of this is really the facial temple logic of a lot of the help so of the zero for because again what i'm trying to did that space in time overall appeared to be observer there to be over that is the driving for the first impulse and the big bang it actually if you picked up a loose in in reverse just like you just that when you go back in time that's really the end of the logic not the beginning so get the like twist on our read our larger going everything makes sense reimer what do you think of goals such an that form of life after death possible well so when i was throwing everything of course scientists so you know i i don't i caught say they don't exist in i just don't know all i can say is that there's more going on to the logic of the universe then than we can comprehend so i you know i personally would probably think a lot of those stories might not be true at the scientists and i'm sure that you know you could the on a lot of them whether you think about all blue whether the something to it that would need to be explored and maybe some people have done that but i'm pretty rigorous when it comes to that i've i'm sort of it you know no science shirt day i want to all the line of logic but you know where i come from the sack that we really can explain life and it's existence and it's origin the way we haven't the complexity of it so i say well alright so if week really can explain that we probably can explain the death purpose and whether or you know life continues in that other form as you were saying earlier energy doesn't dissipate it doesn't the doesn't evaporated store aren't it's always conceivable it's possible sure ab so i mean there you know they're just what we don't understand and a lot of things it's fine could said it was impossible not long ago which turned out that up that had the photos so the experiment away i mean that the employee it turns out now that the new experimental on our telling the things that we never what it can feed to fifteen possible let's go.

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"reimer" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on Channel 955

"Until into like you in the you know versus the bryans their their like his name a guy i'm gonna be part of this whole you guys want and you're not realizing that you're winners night i could see it on your face ryan i mean you're just shocked there for a sack he does i really so with this morning you woke up probably a little odd you do a little of said something like that yeah this is us amazing about this and yeah reimer's for highs congratulations i have to tell you i i was there and if you give it you've got to because i he would have also i did everybody and it's been as happy and you guys are of for you so i wish i was in it griffin down put attraction yeah i mean layoff is up north in the second one of my off the show us and he's got patience got patience to see right yeah yeah that they did that that's okay they're good because they want to make sure you're there when they going for their appointments too let me just say what this is so great about this you usually guys find out the surprise of hey we're pregnant you know and that's it that's a first when you get to surprises you get a surprise out i'm surprise that we just one this contest how you feel in dead to the so very surreal feeling you know i can't and to size how grateful i am to you know the crew here to you doctor show up all our friends and family and most ball to my wife you know putting up with you know some the struggles we've been doing what the last few years it's been incredible journey and i can't wait to start our family you guys were high school sweethearts i remember that is right his right we we first men high school and we're friends she was good had a taller than i was and we started dating senior year and you know what the problem good all that and she stayed with me throughout medical school.

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"reimer" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on KTOK

"Is here for a reason please do not take the per minute solution to a temporary issue i know it's easy to given the the darkness no it's easy to want to give up and i've been there i've had the gun in my most but the fact of the matter is there something much more we are here for an important reason and you don't know how your life can impact would help somebody else's men effect one of the biggest suggestions i give people in what's helped me time and time again is when i get into the darkest places of my life whether it's through loss or just depression which again doesn't always have reimer reason to white hits us i get out of my had by doing things for others i will volunteer time and children's holmes right volunteer times with the elderly i volunteer time hoping with food shots him and anything that gets me out of the situation amen not necessarily where i'm comparing caught at least my life isn't like this it's just getting yourself out and getting your heart into a better place of light and love and remembering that in these moments of grief when we feel like we want to give in and give up that that is not what are loved ones would want for us and we are not honoring their lives in those moments of darkness by giving in we should lived the life that those that loved else would want us to lead and that's the best way to honor our friends are lovers our family and let them know that they'll never be forgotten because we will continue on in their stead and we will be there to help there's a call to make one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five and.

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"reimer" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on KNSS

"Take the permanent solution to a temporary issue i know it's easy to given the the darkness i know it's easy to want to give up and i've been there i've had the gun in my mouth but the fact of the matter is there something much more we are here for important reason and you don't know how your life can impact would help somebody else's men effect one of the biggest suggestions i give people in what's helped me time and time again is when i get into the darkest places of my life whether it's through loss or just depression which again doesn't always have reimer reason to white hits us i get out of my had by doing things for others i will volunteer time and children's holmes ride volunteer times with the elderly i volunteer time hoping with food shelf some an anything tickets be out of the situation on man not necessarily where i'm comparing caught at least my life isn't like this it's just getting yourself out in getting your heart into a better place of light an love and remembering that in these moments of grief when we feel like we want to give in and give up that that is not what are loved ones would want for us and we are not honoring their lives in those moments of darkness by giving in we should lived the life that those that loved else would want us to lead and that's the best way to honor our friends are lovers our family and let them know that they'll never be forgotten because we will continue on in their stead and we will be there to help there's a call the make one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five.

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"reimer" Discussed on KFGO

KFGO

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on KFGO

"Do not take the per minute solution to a temporary issue i know it's easy to given the the darkness i know it's easy to want to give up and i've been there i've had the gun in my mouth but the fact of the matter is there something much more we are here for an important reason and you don't know how your life can impact would help somebody else's men effect one of the biggest suggestions i give people in what's helped me time and time again this when i get into the darkest places of my life whether it's through loss or just depression which again doesn't always have reimer reason to white hits us i get out of my had by doing things for others i will volunteer time and children's holmes ride volunteer times with the elderly i volunteer time hoping with food shots and an anything that gets me out of the situation on man not necessarily where i'm comparing caught at least might life isn't like this it's just giving yourself out and getting your heart into a better place of light an love and remembering that in these moments of grief when we feel like we want to give in and give up that that is not what are loved ones would want for us and we are not honoring their lives in those moments of darkness by giving in we should lived the life that those that love just would want us to lead and that's the best way to honor our friends are lovers our family and let them know that they'll never be forgotten because we will continue on in their stead and we will be there to help there's a call the make one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five.

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"reimer" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"It is here for a reason please do not take the per minute solution to a temporary issue i know it's easy to given the the darkness no it's easy to want to give up and i've been there i've had the gun in my mouth but the fact of the matter is there something much more we are here for an important reason and you don't know how your life can impact would help somebody else's men effect one of the biggest suggestions i give people in what's helped me time and time again this when i get into the darkest places of my life whether it's through loss or just depression which again doesn't always have reimer reason to whitehead sus i get out of my had by doing things for others i will volunteer time and children's holmes right volunteer times with the elderly i volunteer time hoping with food shots him and anything that gets me out of the situation amen not necessarily where i'm comparing caught at least my life isn't like this it's just getting yourself out and getting your heart into a better place of light and love and remembering that in these moments of grief when we feel like we want to give in and give up that that is not what are loved ones would want for us and we're not honoring their lives in those moments of darkness by giving in we should lived the life that those that loved else would want us to lead and that's the best way to honor our friends are lovers our family and let them know that they'll never be forgotten because we will continue on in their stead and we will be there to help there's a call the make one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five and.

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"reimer" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"Down the checklist of all of the different things and even though might sound a little bit rigid it allows you to to not harbor on the anger is that hearing the ring right mid whatever are you get everything on the table and not emotional way and that's something that so hard about communication especially voicing your needs is the emotional part you have to remain move the emotion and in order for it to be a productive conversation pass i think that that's a minute a lot of people a lot of my friends struggle they just rather keep it in and they're going to imploded yes and i like you have to savour yeah they're exactly that is like you have to say i if i was they were and feeling in the moment i will go insane yeah and i also need resolution immediately because of something and somebody else on an are going right goes away and mount like a certain top i need to think about it and i'm and then i building up and my guy and making a bigger thing than it is yes and i know start spiraling but i am thankful a different story in my had the right here talk about it right man in the end the naj doesn't work but boise your needs is something that i mean you like shot but things in the moment and it's also essential that in the moment you deal man proper right yeah way that is com of focus direct assertive yeah but also sweet and taken vulnerable say you're able to be real all an voice played is that you need without layering on hangs righty fear i said that you last hall right yeah reimer going on all not i'm getting better good you know because it's hard no the same issues that i have last year her shooting games the scene all yeah yeah i still have trust issue is you know i think we i don't think is something that goes away very quick immediately yeah in a few months of dating someone i still him i had surgery thank okay oh you're bothered adding your phone to get like an every too when not person's.

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"reimer" Discussed on 640AM KFI

640AM KFI

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"reimer" Discussed on 640AM KFI

"I think that we can even talk about you know black on black reimer are policeman crime there's a rising american on american crime it's becoming very daunting and frightening to me let it livid reiterate you you're saying is something which we have to consider but we don't know that that's concert her said this is hunter percentage editorial my opinion but i'm going to tell you that in orlando when orlando when i woke up to orlando on that sunday morning and i was devastated because i lot of my comedy in florida started in a game in gay bars and i had performed in that bar so you know and it was my tino night and i know that there's nobody more festive then again i'm gonna tell you that so the idea that these people were salsa dancing and a hugging and having fun and this idiot came men with intent to kill you know i just the fought of the whole thing not that there's ever a good time to open fire of course that's not what i'm implying but but the minute i look that this guy's profile when i saw all the self beason the dock face enough eyebrows i was like this is a self loading home a sexual who was wrap himself in a religious flag so he can you know what protect himself from his father you know boos saying how i saw two men kissing and it angered me i was like yeah when you look in the mirror in now and sure enough within days we found out that he had a secret lover that they'd ron devoted a particular hotel la blah blah and this this to me a snow flake it's a particular neighborhood its it's a toll it's not it it's i'm just gonna say i i think.

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