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Fresh "Reynolds" from Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:19 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "Reynolds" from Morning Edition

"Others hunkered down and prepared for the worst. In central Kong Chi province, along the coast, resident Leyte Nat told state run vtv, she'd learned from a previous storm two years ago. We hadn't prepared anything when the big flat hit in 2020. This year we built a mezzanine floor to shutter us from storms and floods. She stacked sex of rice and valuables up on that mezzanine to keep them safe as well as she prepared to wait out the storm. It came ashore early this morning in quang Nam province, with heavy rain and winds that gusta to nearly 100 miles an hour. Storm chaser James Reynolds of earth uncut TV was in the historic tourist destination of hoi an when Nauru hit, he posted this video tweet after the storm had passed. Walking through town there is a lot of tree debris lying in the streets and roads blocked, power lines down, but thankfully most of the buildings appear to have managed to go through the storm in one piece with only superficial damage here and there, but most importantly, the flooding situation while I'm down here in the old town by the river. And yes, it has burst its banks, but it mostly seems to be confined to near the waterway, which is the case elsewhere means that the flooding is a lot less severe than was originally anticipated. And that appears to be pretty much what happened all over. Vietnam apparently dodging a bullet after the National Committee for disaster response had warned Nauru would be the strongest typhoon to hit the country in decades. By mid morning, it had been downgraded to a tropical depression, but it still expected to bring heavy rain and possible flooding and louse and here in Thailand later today. Michael Sullivan NPR news Chiang Rai. This is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York 93.9 FM later on morning edition, Washington state is implement a new rules to help keep farm workers save her when temperatures rise, but some of those workers say the state agency charged with enforcement is too sympathetic to industry. More on that coming up in about 15 minutes. And then at 9 of the BBC NewsHour,

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Mets ride deGrom, Bassitt to doubleheader sweep of Pirates

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mets ride deGrom, Bassitt to doubleheader sweep of Pirates

"Jacob de Grom tossed 7 scoreless innings striking out 8 as the Met shut out the pirates ten nothing De Grom surrendered only three hits The goal is to just throw it where I want and execute pitches To have some good defense behind me and then the guys put up a ton of run for them So all around good win 6th New York players had multi hit games Eduardo Escobar with four Jeff McNeil with three Francisco Lindor drove in three runs The mets won both games in Wednesday's double header with Pittsburgh taking a half game lead in the NL east The pirates got two hits from Brian Reynolds Josh rowntree Pittsburgh

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Reynolds 2 HRs; Brubaker, Pirates top Bosox, end 6-game skid

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Reynolds 2 HRs; Brubaker, Pirates top Bosox, end 6-game skid

"The pirates ended their 6 game losing streak by salvaging the finale of their three game set with the Red Sox 8 to two Brian Reynolds hit a pair of two run shots including the 3000th home run at PNC park since it opened in 2001 Reynolds and Kevin Newman each had three hits and scored three times JT brubaker allowed two hits over 7 scoreless innings striking out 7 and walking none He entered with a two in ten record before helping the bucks drop the Red Sox a game under 500 losing pitcher Joshua kowalski was tagged for 6 runs and 7 hits over 5 innings I'm Dave ferry

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Pirates rally by scuffling Brewers once again in 5-4 victory

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Pirates rally by scuffling Brewers once again in 5-4 victory

"A second straight walk off win for the pirates which rallied back from three one down to beat the brewers 5 four in ten innings Brian Reynolds scored on a wild pitch to give Pittsburgh the winning run As Derek Shelton's team swept the NL central leaders To get down and continue to battle back full team victory I mean a lot of people played a lot of people who played a big part of it And it's nice to come out of the deadline and play that well for three days From Milwaukee Brandon Woodruff allowed two runs over 6 and a third innings Victor caratini and Mike brousseau homered Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh

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Reynolds' leadoff HR in 9th powers Pirates past Brewers 8-7

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Reynolds' leadoff HR in 9th powers Pirates past Brewers 8-7

"Brian Reynolds launched his solo Homer 425 feet in the 9th inning as the pirates walked off the brewers 8 7 Reynolds had three hits including the long ball keeping Derek Shelton's team away from extra innings in a bullpen game Off the crack of the bat it was like we're gonna play in about 12 hours and we just we just saved a bullpen arm because we went through our entire bullpen today so that was my first thought O'Neill Cruz hit his 8th Homer of the year for the pirates Willie Adams drove in four runs for Milwaukee which leads the NL central by a game and a half Josh rowntree Pittsburgh

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"reynolds" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:29 min | 2 months ago

"reynolds" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

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"reynolds" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"reynolds" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Have his latest books, Jason Reynolds, welcome to design matters. Thank you so much for having me. I feel like I've made it now. This is it. Oh God. Jason, I understand that you used to unwind by crocheting. That's true. That's true. It's funny, nobody ever brings that up. Yeah, I learned to crochet when I was young when I was, oh, I don't know. Pre teen that around that time and by one of my mother's friends. And it really started as a way to make hats for myself that I couldn't find in the store and have a little more control over my fashion sense. That's really what was happening. I was a young sort of eclectic child who was always trying to figure out his personal style. And this was sort of a leg up. I felt like I had an upper hand. And so I learned to crochet. And what it ended up being was a tuning fork. What it ended up being was a grounding mechanism. And teaching me things that nothing has taught me except for writing, right? So like, to crochet, you have to be patient and you have to be detailed oriented. You have to be willing to take it all apart if you make any mistakes, right? If I make a mistake, you got to, the whole thing is going to be off track, right? It's going to be lopsided. You can't miss loop. Yeah, you can't drop a loop, right? You can't drop a stitch. And I learned that a young and I think it helped me along my process as I got a little older. So shout out to miss Barbara, who taught me how to crochet. You are the only born son of Isabel and Alan Reynolds, and you were raised in oxen hill right outside Washington, D.C.. And I understand before you were born, your mom had a reading with some psychics who told her she needed to guard you because you were going to do special things. And you've said that this keeps you hopeful when you feel like you're not doing some special things, did that happen a lot when you were growing up? You know, it's funny, that reading has been the thing that has been the propellant for me, but it's also been as I'm talking to my therapist more and more these days about that reading. It's also been a point of pressure, right? Because it's one of these things that my mom got that reading when I was still in utero. And there was a lot to that reading. It was also about how me and this person, me and my mother had lived all these lifetimes together and how this would be the final lifetime and that we would have a connection that would feel special in a different way. All of which is true, but also that she had to guard me and make sure that she did the job because I was supposed to do all these great things. All of this is great except when you're told that when you're 7, you know, it can sort of put an extra weight on you because you now realize, oh no, I have to change the world in some kind of way because it's been preordained, right? On the flip side though, it makes you kind of puff your chest out a bit because it's like, well, all I have to do is stay focused and we'll see what comes, we'll see if this thing is real. And my mom was also good about like, look, this isn't a pure science, right? This is something that my mother believes in, but she's no fool. She understands that life is life and real things are real things. And that whatever is happening in the cosmos or in the universe is its own sort of thing and it's all of it is shifting and you know what I mean? Like none of it is concrete. And so she did say this to me and that explain these things to me. But also, it's good about being like, yeah, you know, whatever it is that you do would be the thing that is fruitful for the world regardless. You don't have to sort of be Martin Luther King. You know? You know. So you've said you were raised in a household of really strong women who did not suffer fools and who believed in hard work and persistence. And from the time I think you were two years old, your bedroom routine

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"reynolds" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"reynolds" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Check out the Ted interview wherever you listen. I knew my father loved me. He made that very clear. I think what happens is we throw around this weird language like broken home, right? Oh, you come from a broken home. And I don't like that. Because of broken home connotes that it makes broken people. I'm not a broken person, nor were my parents. From the Ted audio collective, this is design matters with Debbie millman. For 18 years, to be millman has been talking with designers and other creative people about what they do, how they got to be who they are and what they're thinking about and working on. On this episode, Jason Reynolds talks about his life as a writer of books for and about young people. All I ever want to do in my book is to show, for me, specifically black children as human beings. Jason writes books dot com. That's the URL of Jason Reynolds website and man he's not kidding. Jason writes a lot of books. He's not yet 40, and his first novel was in published until 2014, but he has been writing books like there's no tomorrow. He's the author of some of the most celebrated YA fiction of our time, including all American boys and the bestselling track series. He also writes comic books and books of poetry and is collaborated with ibram X kendi on a young person's book about racism and anti racism called stamped. He joins me to talk about his career, and if you

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Politico Is Caught Trying to Concoct an Imaginary DeSantis Scandal

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Politico Is Caught Trying to Concoct an Imaginary DeSantis Scandal

"Speaking of which Politico Politico oh don't we love Politico Now just got caught trying to concoct an imaginary desantis scandal by Ellie Reynolds What could this be The media are lying Politico was forced to update a story after basically implying that the Florida Department of Education hired a consulting firm for services promoting critical race theory Because MGT consulting is quote well versed in critical race theory unquote and has created racial equity plans in other states The article suggested it was hypocritical for the Florida Department of Education to maintain contracts with the firm since Ron DeSantis has spoken out against the divisive and racist roots of critical race theory Brian Griffin a deputy press secretary for desantis called the hit piece of bogus story Imagine that And confirmed to the federalists that there's absolutely zero CRT work funded by the state of Florida

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Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents

"As as as as New New New New York York York York recovers recovers recovers recovers from from from from the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic so so so so are are are are the the the the city's city's city's city's rats rats rats rats in in in in numbers numbers numbers numbers that that that that health health health health department department department department data data data data suggest suggest suggest suggest could could could could be be be be the the the the highest highest highest highest in in in in at at at at least least least least a a a a decade decade decade decade so so so far far far this this this year year year people people people have have have called called called in in in what what what could could could be be be a a a record record record number number number of of of rat rat rat sightings sightings sightings some some some seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand four four four hundred hundred hundred that's that's that's nearly nearly nearly two two two thirds thirds thirds more more more than than than right right right before before before the the the start start start of of of the the the call call call the the the outbreak outbreak outbreak Richard Richard Richard Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds runs runs runs a a a group group group that that that uses uses uses dogs dogs dogs to to to hunt hunt hunt for for for rats rats rats what what what happened happened happened during during during the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic was was was that that that your your your restaurant restaurant restaurant shut shut shut down down down he he he says says says the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic force force force rodents rodents rodents to to to scrounge scrounge scrounge for for for food food food out out out in in in the the the open open open waiting waiting waiting outside outside outside guiding guiding guiding came came came along along along there there there was was was food food food again again again but but but you've you've you've got got got some some some hungry hungry hungry rats rats rats and and and they're they're they're going going going to to to come come come right right right up up up on on on your your your dinner dinner dinner table table table and and and get get get it it it as as as part part part of of of its its its war war war on on on the the the pesky pesky pesky Berman Berman Berman the the the city city city plans plans plans to to to install install install padlock padlock padlock garbage garbage garbage bins bins bins and and and sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks to to to drop drop drop the the the rodents rodents rodents back back back into into into the the the shadows shadows shadows barbecue barbecue barbecue no no no call call call upon upon upon New New New York York York

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George Friedman: How the Ukraine War Will Likely End

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 6 months ago

George Friedman: How the Ukraine War Will Likely End

"There's a gentleman by the name of George Freeman And a site called GPS or geopolitical futures dot com I was unaware of it I saw it on independent Glenn Reynolds great sight and Glenn Reynolds is a great guy And the gentleman writes in part as we consider how the war in Ukraine will end We must first understand how it began Russia invaded the geostrategic for geostrategic reasons having Ukraine as a buffer state safeguards Moscow from invasion from the west and for economic reasons which have often gone overlooked The transition from the Soviet Union to the Russian Federation wasn't exactly lucrative It may have increased total wealth by Russia remains a poor country Its gross domestic product ranks just behind South Korea A respectable placement but hardly wears superpowers should be in terms of per CAPiTA GDP Russia ranks 85th Nestled between Bulgarian Malaysia Economic statistics rarely tell the whole story of course but in Russia's case they fairly accurately present a country that is poor than it appears mass superficially by a top layer of the super rich elite Life and major cities like saints St. Petersburg and Moscow is luxurious for the wealthy and bearable for the rest Life in the countryside is something else entirely Individual regimes can't be solely blamed for Russian poverty The size of the nation the difficulties in areas such as transport associated with its side make Russia difficult to govern And from the time of the tsars it's been the state rather than Sheridan economic prosperity that has kept Russia together Often this has been achieved through the security services which are tasked with maintaining state power not with building an economy It's a little wonder that the country that boasted the apron also produced a president who cut his teeth in the KGB

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Officials: 7 dead after tornadoes tore through central Iowa

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Officials: 7 dead after tornadoes tore through central Iowa

"Authorities say seven people including two children under the age of five were killed after tornadoes swept through Iowa Saturday in the deadliest storm in the state since two thousand and eight the tornadoes struck Madison County were six were killed near the town of Winterset and Lucas county where one died in an RV in addition several were injured governor Kim Reynolds toward some of the areas and says the devastation was unimaginable but the response has been amazing where are you at once and that's what we do we show up we take care of our family we take care of our neighbors and we take care of our community the National Weather Service has preliminary confirmation and EF three with winds between a hundred and thirty six and a hundred and sixty five miles per hour hit near Madison County emergency management director G. O. I a love Blastobasidae in some of the most difficult times of ark ark media space he says at least fifty two homes were destroyed or damaged I'm Julie Walker

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Why Kim Reynolds' Republican State of the Union Response Matters

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Why Kim Reynolds' Republican State of the Union Response Matters

"Now, tonight, you know the governor of Iowa. And I'm a big Kim Reynolds fan. I'm not sure I would pick her given events to do the response tonight because it's a national security night. What do you expect from the governor if no change is made? Well, I think it's a clear contrast to you, and that's exactly why our governor from Iowa is delivering that response. It's just avoidant leadership at The White House. You look at how governor Reynolds has led in our state. Kids have been in the classroom for over the year. She helped our small businesses to reopen safely. We just signed bipartisan tax cuts into law last year. So what a contrast between what we're doing in Iowa, how we're running our state versus how things are being run here in Washington, D.C..

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Do Yourself a Favor and Watch 'Fandango'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:31 min | 7 months ago

Do Yourself a Favor and Watch 'Fandango'

"Earlier yesterday I was thinking about movies that I love that aren't mentioned a lot. I made sure to count the film that a young Kevin Costner started and it's a movie named Fandango. This is one of those crazy things in my life. I think a Fandango the next guy got next day Gary brooker dies. And then I got a story about me and Debbie and Ivan the bushes. But Fandango is a movie 1985, kind of a comedy, it was originally a student film made by a guy named Kevin Reynolds. It was a parody of Greek life that is Alma mater of Baylor university, but because his father was the president in Baylor, he didn't want to portray the institution in an unfavorable light and he made believe it was about the University of Texas and the film is now a cult classic. If you haven't seen Fandango, try to find it, Steven Spielberg saw the film and he helped fund a feature length comedy about 5 college students from Texas in 1971 who go on a last road trip together. That's what Fandango's about. And celebrate the privilege of youth. And if I didn't just describe what I had in the bushes with Debbie and Yvonne, if that's not the privilege of views, I don't know what is. And these guys go off and face graduation, marriage, the draft of the Vietnam War. It's very poignant. So do yourself a favor. Find that film, it's really sweet and beautiful. And I mean, what film strong a young Kevin Costner isn't. But it is a real magical film. It's a real sleeper.

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New York Post: Truckers Are Starting a Working-Class Revolution — and the Left Hates It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:54 min | 8 months ago

New York Post: Truckers Are Starting a Working-Class Revolution — and the Left Hates It

"I ran across speaking of the New York Post. There's a column that was published yesterday by Glenn Reynolds. And I typically don't just read an entire column. But I want to share most of this with you today because this very important. Is titled truckers are starting a working class revolution. And the left hates it. Reynolds writes. So we're finally seeing a genuine bottom up working class revolution. In Canada and increasingly in the United States, truckers and others are refusing to follow government orders. Telling the powerful that, and a popular lefty formulation, if there's no justice, there's no peace. Naturally the left hates it. For more than a century lefties have talked about such a revolt. But if you really pay attention the actual role of the working class, in their working class revolution, was not to call the shots. It was to do what it was told to do by the intellectual Vanguard of the left. Reynolds writes a working class revolution led by the working class, is the less worst nightmare. Because the working class doesn't want what the left wants. He rise to working class wants jobs, a stable economy, safe streets, low inflation, and schools that teach things, and a conservative non adventurous foreign policy that won't get a lot of working class people killed. It's not decided about gender fluidity. Critical race theory, modern monetary theory, foreign adventures and defunding the police, he writes. Worst yet a huge part of the lefty self image revolves around feeling superior to the work class, working class, and openly expressing disdain for the working class.

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Watch Betty White’s Funniest Moments, From ‘Golden Girls’ to Feuding With Ryan Reynolds

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Watch Betty White’s Funniest Moments, From ‘Golden Girls’ to Feuding With Ryan Reynolds

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'Organized Smash and Grab Robbery' Versus 'Looting'

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 10 months ago

'Organized Smash and Grab Robbery' Versus 'Looting'

"And then this guy who's the director of the Robert C Maynard institute of journalism Martin Reynolds he said this seems like an organized smash and grab robbery This doesn't seem like looting Now if you saw a bunch of people running into a store smashing windows going in there and getting stuff and taking it out But they had masks on So you could not know what the code of their skin was Would you wait until you found out exactly what their race was before you designated it alluding or to smash and grab Would you do that Would you sit back and wait for that I'm curious And you just sit back and go wait wait wait we can't call this we gotta find out are they Are they white or black Because it's different I mean it's just stupidest thing I've ever heard in my life All we want is we just want people to stop stealing things Even Obama's nominees who of course have histories of shoplifting Just stop stealing things Whether it's a smash and grab during a natural disaster or a man-made disaster or not whether the penal code describes it is looting or not nobody And I mean nobody with a brain thinks this is a racial connotation issue What they think is it's a criminal justice issue But this is what the left does right

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Santos' game-ending FG ends Bears' skid versus winless Lions

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Santos' game-ending FG ends Bears' skid versus winless Lions

"The bears game skid edging the lions sixty to fourteen on thanksgiving Cairo Santos kicked three field goals including the game winning twenty eight yarder as time expired to help Chicago a group of forty seven Dalton threw for three hundred seventeen yards and a touchdown to Jimmy Graham but it was wide receiver Darnell Mooney paced the offense with five catches for a hundred and twenty three yards Jared Goff returns from an oblique injury to throw for a hundred and seventy one yards and touchdown tosses the Josh Reynolds and T. J. Hockenson but it wasn't enough as Detroit dropped the ten and one Denny count the jury

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Audit finds Iowa governor spent COVID-19 funds on salaries

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Audit finds Iowa governor spent COVID-19 funds on salaries

"An audit of state government spending in Iowa accuses the governor of improperly using federal coal bit relief funds to pay the salaries for some of her staff Iowa Republican governor Kim Reynolds is accused of using nearly four hundred fifty thousand dollars in federal corona virus relief funds to pay the salaries of twenty one staff members for several months and concealing what the funds were really for state auditor rob sands says a review of the state's payroll system found that they were passed through the department of homeland security in marked twenty twenty shortfall but then changed to say cope with nineteen personnel costs

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Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 11 months ago

Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

"There. Sunny bunch welcome, all thanks Sonny available at sunny bunch on Twitter. He also is the host of across the movie aisle, great podcast on movies. The bulwark goes to the movies and many other fine things. So sunny, you are not sending us to a band at palooza. I hope tomorrow. I hope you have something for us to see in the theaters. Well, we could talk about drumline. I feel like that is a band the band of palooza sort of movie, right? Well, South American park. Of drumming groups. So what's coming out? All right, so we are in that weird stretch where we have a marvel movie out that weekend before, which means that nobody wants to release a movie this weekend. Because nobody wants to compete in either of the first two weekends with the marvel movie. So in theaters, your options are a little bit light right now. But Netflix has not scared of marvel. Netflix is not scared of marvel. They are releasing one of their big blockbuster movies of the year this weekend. It's called red notice. They probably noticed any ads for it because they don't show ab but it is a big $200 million heist by way of Indiana Jones style movie. Starring Dwayne, The Rock Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as a trio of well, technically, Dwayne Johnson is like an FBI agent who's trying to clear his name. Ryan Reynolds is an art thief and Gal Gadot is another art thief she competing our thief. They are trying to steal or recover three eggs, the eggs of Cleopatra, which are these ancient artifacts, not real, not a real artifact that ancient artifacts from Egypt that were given to Cleopatra on her wedding day and their price list are very they're very valuable and they are trying to they're trying to recover these. Dwayne Johnson, so we can clear his name to our thieves right rental, so they can sell them to a Egyptian businessman who wants to give them to his own daughter as a wedding

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Iowa workers fired for refusing vaccine eligible for unemployment benefits

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Iowa workers fired for refusing vaccine eligible for unemployment benefits

"Governor has signed into law a bill that allows workers in the state to seek medical and religious exemptions from covert nineteen vaccine mandates governor Kim Reynolds says no why one should lose their job over the vaccine the new law also guarantees those who are fired for refusing a shot will qualify for unemployment benefits while Reynolds has said the vaccine is the best defense against covert nineteen she says she plans to sue the federal government to challenge its proposed vaccine mandates once the Biden administration releases the rules fifty five point four percent of Iowa's population is fully vaccinated that ranks twenty third among states according to the CDC about a third of the population has not received a shot and most of the state continues to experience a high level of community spread covered nineteen has killed nearly seven thousand people in Iowa I'm

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 FDA authorizes first e-cigarettes, cites benefit for smokers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

FDA authorizes first e-cigarettes, cites benefit for smokers

"Called Buse and it's made by RJ Reynolds the FDA says Buse helped smokers to either quit or significantly reduce their use of cigarettes this is part of an attempt to bring scientific scrutiny to the multi billion dollar Peiping industry after years of delays last month the agency said it had rejected applications for more than a million E. cigarettes and related products mainly because of their potential appeal to underage teenagers no decisions have been made yet on the market leader jul the FDA's decision only applies to views is refillable solar power device and its tobacco flavored nicotine cartridge at Donahue Washington

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"reynolds" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Jobs and we are in service to them. Then they will grow to be in service of the world reynolds iraq. Thank you so much. That's author jason reynolds. He is the national ambassador for young people's literature and he was just chosen to continue.

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"reynolds" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Jobs and we are in service to them. Then they will grow to be in service of the world reynolds iraq. Thank you so much. That's author jason reynolds. He is the national ambassador for young people's literature and he was just chosen to continue.

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"reynolds" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Jobs and we are in service to them. Then they will grow to be in service of the world reynolds iraq. Thank you so much. That's author jason reynolds. He is the national ambassador for young people's literature and he was just chosen to continue.

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"reynolds" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Spokane comedy club of august and the twenty seventh. I'll be at the tacoma. Comedy club in tacoma washington. You can find all that gareth. Reynolds dot com. That is a road trip. That's awesome. I've been up for too long. Yes gigs. I had to go very nice. And you're thinner than your head shot. Yeah that's a lot of taking new pictures soon. And i'm worried i'm gonna do the opposite to myself. I'm worried that i'm going to get make yourself nice and then going get nice and road. Fat elvis is here maybe role on those photos for another six. Just in case i do believe me. I believe me like people like jerry. The pandemic privilege you lost weight. I was like i haven't had fries like back in comedy. Clubs look out. Yeah yeah. I did well the first half and not so well the secondhand. We've all i mean it'd be. Would it be thuc it. We're all going down. Yeah enjoy it. Listen to the dollop wherever you get your podcasts and you guys also do them live. You're going back to that at some point. Yeah we have Will be at the high plains comedy festival in denver on september sixteenth. I want us to live shows. So i went to a live show in l. a. We saw the pentagram pentagram Like the the drug company one The during the satanism fucking nuts all normal. Yeah so you can go to donald podcasts. Dot com we'll be announcing some Some of those soon but yeah. It's a very fun to do live. I mean i. We actually hadn't been doing it in person until last week and so like we just like. It's just so much better so doing over zoom. I mean it's okay. I listen to those but like it's just not the same. It's not. I didn't really notice how much it wasn't the same until we started doing together. I was like shit. This is fast virtual guests for a while. Just it's not it's harder young like okay. I didn't hear what he said between each person such a delay. Yeah yeah yeah. But i'm glad we can make it work. Thank you appreciate And i'm going to try and win win. There are gigs in la. I'm definitely gonna come check when we go all right. That's our show. We'll see you later. Have a great day bye..

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"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

"Why john hinged mouth is so wide open out ryan. Where do you see you so now. You've got these three kids got all this stuff. You're meditating you're you're becoming a complete person. You're obviously drinking gin all day. Yona booze company married to an angel. So you're constantly. You've got your pretty little angel of jesus christ will he dragged you. Right into this smut puddle thinning. I know but where do you. Where do you see yourself. I mean you. It seems like everything you're doing now just as opening up you're just hitting your stride now do is they're part of you. That goes like i've done a lot of accomplish a lot in. I just kind of want to slow it down and just chill or do you feel like no just. Let's just keep rolling constantly. I mean. I would assume that you guys feel the same way. You're always thinking like oh okay. Next year i'll i'll slow it down. You know but i the only reason. I think i'm able to continue doing this. This this way. I think is that i'm present with my kids and my wife and my marriage is incredibly important to me in that. Friendship is important to me so i you know i'm able to kind of get through you know but then blake and i don't do movies at the same time so she's ready to go back and do some salt. I'll step down and then we'll go back and forth as alternate yeah. She'll she'll do film. I'll just be with her on on location hanging with the kids so you you take you take the kids with you on location. Always always yeah. We never have been now. They're six four and one so they're they're in school so we can't really leave. Yeah start to change when your kids. My older kids are ten and twelve. And you yeah you start to say like you have to make decisions based on people know everywhere who have kids you make decisions based on what works for your family. Dad had that my dad had the same philosophy. Ronald's yeah wherever he away wait. No i'm kidding. We you guys have jason or you have two kids. Will you have three three so you have three boys sound. You've one dog one. Yeah i did you guys ever. I mean i don't i never imagined have three three will three. That's on the. That's three boys but i have ten twelve ten and one my youngest just turned one. And yeah it's You know it changes everything because everything is dick. Everything starts there. That's your baseline. So it's what works for the kids. It's everything is where you live. What you do what jobs you take. What when you take holidays. It's all geared around at how different is three from to the jump from two to three. I just like i was researching. Like a torch vasectomy after the third. Yeah there must be a way to stop all. I know a way to stop this. No i've i've thought about without getting. Yeah yes i've also had that same thought But then i also think like why. Who am i deprived the world Careful of more of just hear me out. You guys look this. This shit is no fucking fluke. Yeah look so why would i. Why would i but it is. I do think that sometimes when when somebody i love and admire doesn't ever have kids i think. Oh does this. Amazing jeans aren't yeah. Well thank you down. Let me tell you something though. Thank you the welcome. I think that the reason why one of the reasons why i don't have kids is because of some of these conversations that i've always been around which is like so tired kids figure it out and so growing up. Well maybe there's something to that. Maybe it is true. The first year is garbage. Okay everybody here's years is tough but i gotta say that there's never a moment. We genuinely regretting it. Never i mean no. I can't imagine not. I can't remember not having kids now. Right i do. I will say. I will say as a man who's fifty one and had a child at fifty. I was like hey guy what the fuck doing are you stupid and And we're out. You were out of the game yourself back in there and guess what you're chess. He's not hold up. Say that word you know. I said this ryan before on the on the packets. But i read this quote a long time ago from this woman who said i'd rather regret not having kids than have them in. Regret it later. And that was kind of my philosophy to consider the source. Who the fuck where she. It's my mom. You hate sean. No i know we've talked about it before a few times and you through thrown that quote in my face to make me feel bad but now no. I've always wanted to want them when. When's the last time you and scotty talked about it. I mean i'm probably like listening here again. Just just take it up the flagpole again today over lunch or something awesome. I know they come on. I wanna make sure that. I want be there for them like my dad wasn't right so no i know. I know i would be like a great dad. I just make sure that. I'm ready as somebody who's been friends with you for twenty years. I know that you would be so good at it you greatly. Oh my god sean. They'll take one of yours all. Take the kit sean. Listen if it doesn't if you don't like it. I'll take the kid 'cause i always want. Oh this is a great deal. I like the way like ricki. Ricki drew is always saying that you know there. Is that sort of pressure from people to like why. Why is the ultimate thing knocked to have kids in his things like. Maybe that's just not for us. We want we don't let this totally totally valid hundred percent. You do get a great tax. Write off if you have a kid ryan we have. We have really. We really monopolized your time and you got on hold on. I'm not ready yet. Not ready out okay. Skew each one thing because you guys are all people that i- lesser and greater extents. Think less of now. I love you guys so much. I love your work. Like what is your most fulfilling job that you've ever had one that you look back on. It doesn't have to be in show-bizzy. I the most fulfilling job i've ever had probably will and grace. Of course i mean. I have to be the biggest job i've ever had to but bird in flight on Speaking of anxiety. A lot of people thought you know. I came in like a ferret on cocaine. All the time has that character. And i think it's because it's because of my anxiety because like oh you're so funny of so much energy because they have so much anxiety and into the character day you like burst through that door on the second literally. See you bursting through that door on that saturday. It's just it was. I just said i mean it's like seeing a bird in flight thinking. That guys meant to do this. Yes i was my answer your question. Thank you for asking is very kind. Yes probably that job and has to be the biggest one but also just because of the unseal are- effect it's had on the world which was not. Nobody could see that coming. It was just incredible byproduct of what we were doing. So that's amazing to'sign Would say i don't know i'm i'm a. I'm really deeply deeply deeply in love with directing Right now and so. I would say the first film directed bad. Words was properly really exciting for me. The shot by. Ken sang one. Funniest charming fucking movies.

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"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

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They've been focusing on improving this formula over and over again instead of just adding new things to buy fifty two iterations over time. It's like an i. O s constantly updating and improving. That's awesome is become my routine like i said to us athletic greens every morning and it has completely changed the game. I feel better. I feel brighter. I feel like. I looked brighter yet. You look way more awake. Well thank you although it kind of feels like you're saying way more sleep before but that's okay. It's just been such a game changer. For me in scoop in. It tastes great and do forcing morning. And then i'm done and the rest of the day just seems to go much but it is just. This is awesome athletic. Greens contained seventy five vitamins. Minerals and whole food source ingredients including multivitamin multi-mineral probiotic green. Superfood blend all work together. It's lifestyle friendly whether we kito paleo or vegan or dairy for your gluten free and it contains less than one grandma sugar without compromising taste about that simply visit athletic greens dot com slash smart lists and joint health experts athletes and health conscious go-getters around the world who make a daily commitment to their health every day again simply visit athletic greens dot com slash heartless and get your free year's supply of vitamin d and five free travel backs today. This episode is brought to you by mcdonald's so i just want to take a quick woman. Talk about my favorite mcdonald's item. It's a quarter of what she's and they'll tell you. This is really interesting. Whenever we go to mcdonalds scotty always orders eight double quarter pounder with cheese and catch up only he gets it really simple and and then it kinda rubbed off on me and i started getting court pounder with cheese and ketchup. Only and i have to say adding into heaven. It is greatest thing and when you're done eating it man. It is so satisfying. I love it. I will always just order a quarter pounder with cheese. And if i had to describe the quarter better which easy one word i'd probably say deliciously juicy. I like that one hundred percent fresh patty beef. Patty i won't. That's what you're talking about. And talking about the sesame sesame bun yup and also get ready for this two slices of american cheese ketchup pickle slices onion mustard. That's right. i can't fathom going to mcdonald's and not ordering the qbc that's that's an example of a bad idea that's like what is that like. That's like having air conditioning on with the windows open. It's a bad idea is a better deal. It's a bad idea like like building the subway under your house right now in los angeles. That's a bad idea. Kind of going house right now. It is right and then kill turning off your power. Yeah little bit not complain if it was me. Oh the letters. I'd be writing the game. You had back to the corner pronto. Cheese so guys treat yourself to your own quarter pounder with cheese today and come on reward yourself with some fries to while you're get some fries in there. Yeah mcdonalds talking about. This is making me really crave it frisbee fulfil boat. Most restaurants contiguous not available in alaska hawaii in us territories back to the show. Did you purposely not respond to bateman. Because you're just like fucking he doesn't. Let's get back to this now. Here's what on say. Here's a generous interpretation of the series of events. I think it is. Let's blame it on. Apple apple has a problem with texting. You cannot mark text as unread because if you read a text and they go oh boy really wanna give a good response to this person. It deserves my attention longer. But i don't have the time to do that right now. There's no reminder that that texts came in later and you could go months without responding to it and then seem well hurtful. I guess you know to the person who sent it would be a kind thing of apple to do is to allow us to do that for simple update. I'm going to be completely honest with you right now. Got your taxed. I wanted to be on the show. Here's everything i this goes back to my little post yesterday. This goes back to the thing that we're talking about is i get really like i- turtle a little min when it's stuff like that. We're getting around people that i greatly respect and admire and this isn't meat just pumping a bunch of hyperbole into your balloon telling you i actually feel so i get a little like oh god. What is that like. I need to understand to hear that. Podcast and then i started then. I fell in love with the podcast end amid a worse just last time. When you said you had someone on that was like me. And i was like oh i can do this now. I think was not tina fey. Tell you that milk shoe drew she. She's good she doesn't miss a lot of things. No nobody was It was just one of those things. Where i just just wasn't the right time. I also found that the pandemic and they realized that i'm not one of the millions and millions of people who are living at home paycheck to paycheck and living in an abject state of panic during a pandemic. I am one of the people who is not. I'm lucky i'm fortunate. I'm able to not i was having. That was tough. Yeah i mean you know when you're homeschooling kids. I'm sure a lot of people can relate to this. How did they do did. They had a tough time. Members seeking out external help left right has reading books. I was like trying to figure out some way to to steer the ship that was blake was blake. So much better at it than i was. Because i i'm also a child but personally when you have a creative mind and you go through pandemic. It's hard to and you're stuck at home. i think. Maybe that's a little bit of what you're saying like. Did you start doing anything that you were surprised at. Did you start painting did you start widdling Working with clay. No i wish i did. A lot of writing met it. I started to really make meditation. Practice is a little esoteric and everybody really did help. How many times did you accidentally fall asleep. Because that's what happens with. I've given up on if i had a baseline sense of wellbeing that you did. I would love. I used to. I remember changeup be like did you get your fourteen does know how to stay down. Pretty good greedy little pig. You get it all. I would love to Talking love to just get some uninterrupted sleep. That sounds great. No meditating not. I mean i my version. Meditating is like sitting at a perfect right angle and in a silent scream so.

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"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

"Now back to the show as somebody like. I consider myself an optimistic person is downy says. Nobody wakes up in the morning happier. Be himself more than you. And it's true but you do seem like you're an optimistic guy that you do have a great sort of positive. Look on life in any encounter. i've ever had with you. It's never different if i see you doing. You're in a movie or you're promoting something we're talking or you're talking on the street. You're the same guy and you do exude that sort of positive energy. But are there things that get. You don't like you must have things that sort of seep in. What is you off weapons you know. When does it get dark right. What pisses me off. I know i mean i have i have a patchwork quilt of pitch black night within need. That is that we all have that. It's like a keeps me warm at night. Yeah you know that. Big hole with teeth and star wars that no one's heard from blake for over forty eight hours guys known. I ate her on raised medium at that point right. I have a question about this kind of motivation. Positively and it's about the green lantern. Because now that i speaking to you we you know it's funny. I was in atlanta shooting. The three stooges movie. I go walk over to go friend craig. We arco craig. Workers hilarious very funny. So i walk over to this mall on a day off to go. See the green lantern. And when i walk into the mall to go see the green lantern. There's jason bateman and ryan reynolds shooting the change up and i'm in the middle of the. Isn't that crazy. The phipps plaza or leonard. We were we were re shooting. I think you're right. And i walked right in the middle of the scene like. Hey what's up guys. And i had this idea to like i'm going upstairs to watch your movie right now. The green lantern. You're like good luck. warned you i said. Don't do your you're tickets. Don't do it and you twelve dollars plus popcorn. You made kind of this like you're doing now publican mission that it didn't kind of maybe work out the way you had hoped right. There's even that hilarious. Deadpool that it's so funny so forget about like hollywood for a second insurer hike how someone might be in a similar position somewhere in life professionally. That was a part of something that didn't meet. Expectations are are they wanted. And so what was the drive. How the path to say okay. This didn't work but we're going to go bigger and make the best thing more successfully was something inside of you. That said i know. I can make dead pool this role successful. I'm going to try it again because a lot of people would have given up after something like that. Well that's right you up at sean saying that greenland was so bad. You should have quit. Go ahead go ahead for reading between the lines lane tire. Inner monologue is a gigantic comedic. Nod right now. I think failing at starring in a gigantic comical movie in the grand scheme of things is an extraordinarily uptown problem So kind of afraid reframing it a little bit like that but then also it's your life waltz. Okay it's your life it is you know everything's a little bit bigger when it's your life in it and i you know at the time it really hurt because i i realized that it was. I let a lot of people down sort of felt like you know when it's you in the public discourse about that everything feels much bigger than it actually ends. You know so. I felt a little bit like i'd let people down. I ice people really loved that character and i. I didn't love that feeling. You know but. I think what changed everything was was finding a way to have gentle authorship in the work that i do as opposed to that unilateral power like walking into a room. And saying i'm the boss. This is how it's going to be my where the highway. It's really finding a way to truly collaborate with people in the best leaders. I know this applies to all forms of business and the arts but the best leaders are the ones that are very very comfortable. I don't know so. How can we get to a place where we can someone in this room. Show me teach me and those are greatly to so i. I think harnessing some of those kinds of things you know basically grinding up forty five self help books in snorting it like the biggest line of code you've ever seen raise points of view But that was the thing that kind of changed my life and then it allowed me to sort of take that energy around that particular movie and use it a little bit like judo uses energy against it and kind of ramp in one of the great prides of my life was was writing the tag on deadpool. Two where presiding over dead kills ryan reynolds. While he's reading the script for green lantern. I just like it was like a lot of clever. That kind of stuff is so fun to ask. Also part of it where you're talking about is you don't and you never seemingly never have taken yourself too seriously and i think that's really important and people see his armor. It's not really it's it's a it's actually kind of a great Way to go through life. If you don't take yourself too seriously than this the slings and arrows don't hurt as much. No not at all so you. Yeah and you have a healthy. I think there's a very you're very kind of canadian outlook on life in certain ways. Certainly identify with that which is like. Hey man it's like you said like it's an uptown problem. It's all kind of. I guess i mean the fact that guy fucking doing. It is hilarious. You're making a living at it. I mean my father. If he were alive today he'd probably find some new way to die but if he were alive today he would you know he would. He'd be like holy shit. You live in like the life of riley here like come on. Yeah sean what would your dad say. My dad is say. What's your name. That's what my dad would say over the sound of the departing car engines. No sean stan left. When he was five. Sean stepped up when he was five. And so it's a recurring joke on the show. My dad cancelled christmas one year. I'm not kidding you said. Christmas is cancelled. And it's just like to this day. It's still make my brother. And i fall over laughing. What year did blake and her little angel wings. Float down into your life during what projects. And how did they don't say so fucking creep really now. She's just she's such an angel described. His wife is an angel. Heaven straight melvin. Just say when did you meet. Blake like normal fucking what the little what the wings flapping did for his life and his career and then children did it change anything or did it just complicates stuff and affect your overhead is the only fucking guy on earth who would look at a family overhead. No true yes. Where's the line item for daughter..

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"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

"House but nobody was looking almost food fights. I mean some of the people. I worked with in safeway dizzy. Graveyard shift to safeway at twenty fifth and oak. They know who their some of the funniest human being. Yeah i've ever been around some big laughs. I bet you some huge. I'm not joking. Are you still friends with your co workers there. I don't keep in touch with men friends a lot of people to high school with but like that was an odd. Because we only cy each other in the in the pitch black midnight hours so all coke up and stacking out. god agudat. Are you really still friends with Even if you're friends with five friends from high school. I i admire that. I wish i was better at that. I'm still in touch with my high school girlfriend who's now married with three kids in touch with one of my best friends. Peters or urbino knows that. I went to school with my whole life since little league. Basically known them ryan ryan. This is beyond. 'cause she won't hear this high school girlfriend. How hard is she kicking yourself. Right now i mean. Do you think it's i think she married surgeon. She's all right. Oh she made okay. Herself is a prolific educator. She's doing really well she's really doesn't surge back on them like you do my god. Yes that guy had size like earl campbell. I mean it was just an absolute shredder on the football field dealer. You know he did not know. We're together in tenth grade and broke up in eleventh grade and they get together after relationships run hot and ten for do. I was too busy working with dennis france when you when you got here like tell us because i i love little origin stories like from actors. Because i did the same thing. I just got my car. I've never even been here before. You never driven a car. Yeah on what kind of car did you rock out here from Rolla toyota corolla. And let me tell you something really quick story. When i got the pilot of will and grace they had kickoff dinner. And i drove my corolla and the only place you could park. It was developed at this restaurant and i was so embarrassed because window was out the hubcap missing all that was disgusting attempts everywhere and and i made sure i got there before everybody else. I went and had dinner with with the cast of will and grace and jimmy boroughs and everybody and i'm so embarrassed didn't want them to see me get when i got out and so i left early guys gotta go poorly by i got up to the valet for my car and one by one is taking forever one by one everybody else comes out. We're all standing in a line on my fucking car pulls up. I one and i go. What did you do to my car or run wasn't a corolla corolla shown. How quickly will you try to pull off your coexist bumper. I drove a similar Sensible sedan for years. Even after i had a tv show. I remember i kept my little nissan. Sentra was just covered in rust. The hubka same thing it was it wasn't even a it was just like millions of wasps fucking like this car was like danger to to just moved it with your feet like fred flintstone so ryan so you move your and you had to show you the sort of like a waie show For a few years that was that your first adult for you and then and then so move here and then you get two guys a girl originally known as two guys that girl and a pizza place that and they dropped the pizza place. Great show great show great show and i remember seeing you on that show. I remember auditioning for that show. I remember how i did you really. Yeah i think i did it. Yeah i think we did. I forget how many seasons rhino tell you. Think four and a half seasons but ryan. I remember how and this is no joke. How funny you were. It was undeniable. You're you're such a funny. I watch that. Show all the time i thought you were. Timing is like a swiss watch is his timing is impeccable a surgeon. Here's what i want to know right. And the reason i bring this up is because you've gone on you've had i think super interesting career and i think that you've you've always no matter what you're always good in everything you do and everybody does things that sometimes they don't you know you remember somebody describing a movie a bad movie. You're like well. I thought we were going over here. Oh we're going over here. There are certain things that are out of your control. What you can control is. You're always really really good. And i always thought you were super funny for like baiming said. Your timing is incredible i feel like you are depriving the world of more. Just pure comedy. I love seeing you in the action stuff. I love seeing you kick ass and you do bring humor to those parts but fuck man. You could absolutely crush pure comedy. I think you're so fucking funny. He's going with this please. Do another sitcom is where the question i would love to do. Another sitcom best job. I've ever had my life. He really is the greatest job in the world. Absolutist unreasonable hours live audience. You know fun. You get to the reason. I moved answer sean. Because of you in los angeles was to join the groundlings which is the eighteen year old moron. I thought i could just show up there. And they would put me on the stage. And the groundlings is second. City improv troupe. Yeah where saturday night live. Are you telling that to right. He moved here to go against explaining it to him. Did you get into groundlings. No they would like of course not enough money to sit in the class. I need to make some dough. So you're so you're in the classic groundlings. How you what's your day job. Did you go to albertsons. and vaughn's and say hey. I got a pretty good tenure. Pretty well these guys. I know how to work a manual forklift like no. I know how to close a wound with crazy flu else. Did you What what was your first Day job out here. I had no job. Because i had no work permit so i couldn't just walk into a anyplace in will knows this. He can't just walk you. You need to workout. So actually i got an. I went looking for an agent to see if i could get sent out on a couple of editions. And maybe that way they would sponsor me. And that's when you in wolf to well. That's exactly what i meant. Teen wolf to come on. That was just been rejected from the groundlings and the next day i met you and then when i met jason held got hit on by a weirdo he saw the look of pure unadulterated panic in my face and he asked whoever was that management company. My number and left me a voice. Mrs back when you had answering machines. He left me an answering machine message. Just saying hey if you ever need anything. Here's my number are you serious is actually arrested for that. Nowadays that is a random act of kindness. Known this guy for a long time and this is something he does though. He doesn't like to admit it or talk about it. But jason bateman is got a wake of decades of random acts of kind on on. Here's a squishy center to him in in ryan. I told this was a couple months. Go sean where would. I hurt my back. Jason showed up with like stuff for my came to the house. Yes and i just showed up unannounced. And he's got like stuff for my back and all this and very very sweet. So that doesn't surprise me. Does freak me out a little show when i said but but the deal is i need to apply it i. I'd like to ask twenty-five things aching on me right now and wrong with my body and jason sent over near sporran well and a bill an invoice. How is your shoulder sean. I heard you have a rotten shoulder. Do how do you know that i listened to the podcast. Yeah i have a bad show up. Respond to batman's text.

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"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

"Go ahead. John i was just gonna ask you so you listen to talion rap. Sure that's that's like a real thing. Y- listened to italian rap. I listen to french rap while because you've got an interstate. You can understand french pattern. Thank you speak italian. I don't speak italian. i wish i did. so why. what's the draw. The draw is about lifestyle well hip hop no matter where it is about. A lifestyle sean. So cool it and tell by the way you look that you're really you understand that. Put it this way you you see on a scooter in downtown naples rolling with my crew. Can i ask you on. His question asked me anything. You want my hair my hat. I always wear a hat and it was about me. How would include. When i look with the neck tattoo i to me no lower than you look now no different. We're rolling sorry. Sorry that was a long walk. I guess so from one wing to the other. We're rolling. We're rolling right now. You're you're on the show. Yeah you're a little late jason. We'll do you ever wear like long-sleeve shirt you're always in a in a t-shirt always every twelve minutes. Climate controlled house. Do not have climate. What's going on you just the elements we can be in a world with You know thoreau could be the third leg on this on this tripod and we have to deal with no sleeves at all. So can you imagine jayson are you. Are you having a coffee. Is that what you're beverages. Yeah and i think it's a little late for the coffee i get. I get more irritable than usual later. I drink coffee. But i'm going try and it's late right now. I know i get all sweaty. Well we have a guest here. Wait a second. we're rolling. You know we gotta guest you guys. Our guest is so. I don't know it's tough to describe our guest because this person does so many things Our guests started On a show that might be close to your heart. I i'm not sure show called hillside. force lose. Hillside blue's four season on hillside. I think in this country it was called fifteen. It's one of those shows that had different names in different countries But american person. Well this person is a person. You is not an american person. This is a person who lives in america but this is a person who well strangely enough comes from. Just north of the border where i'm from. Oh so it's one of three people so this is a this. Is this person's an entrepreneur. Oh this person is a Is a visionary on boy is a business visionary. he's got his hands in in mobile phones. He's got his hands in the booze industry. She's now got his hands in welsh football. This is a guy. Oh for america reynolds and this is your body my can. I hadn't even gun to his looks yet. He is to remind guests hours leaves today. Guys not ryan in week. One of this cova baby. We call smart less. I think i sent you a texas said. Listen i know you love to do podcast. So we're happy to accommodate you. When it was it was a sarcastic. Sort of passive aggressive pitched never heard back from you the fucking pandemic bateman but battening down the hatches response appropriateness. By the way. I still hung up on hillside blues. Picturing me and a couple of angsty. Teenagers going to puberty together. But don't skirt the issue here. So i get no. I don't even get a no. I get no response but you say yes our net you and i are sworn close off fucking will in you. Let me let me s- let me reset the table every set the table. Quick at better pri- back up. You guys just wait. I have never been in a room. Virtual or otherwise with three peoples is going to hurt who of it. Many points in my life caused me to follow over weeping with laughter This is one of the moment got time. That is very nice. Have made a adult diaper requisite wardrobe for know truly let them finish was the first person when i moved to los angeles. That was kind to me that i found that was kind. I was eighteen years old. And i had just us. Just hairless freshly waxed eyebrows were exquisite And got to los angeles ended up in this manager's office that would never in a million years take me but in walks jason bateman and just out of nowhere. Asked me where. I'm from what i'm doing here. I think i said hey friend started with. Hey fran could see my soul visibly exiting my body. He always talks to wondering teens. I it really is the hallmark of a truly dynamic predator hairless vulnerable innocent looking friend coming. What brings you to the off. A ride he did not drive a panel van. Nor did he offer me any kind to so behmen spoke to you and you knew him at that point from all his teammates jason. Bateman ryan ryan. Did you move out here. Cold did you. Did you have a reason to move out or did you just move out to be an was coming off. Hillside otherwise known as v hillside blue. What is hillside. He in lawrence. Pressman smashing it together Just thrown out all that go deep cuts on the on the listen ryan. You remember the first time we met. I remember very well. The first time we met in person. Do you remember start to nod politely or was that it was at a gym in equinox in santa monica. Thank you for knoxville. santa monica. Yeah and you know what my thought was. I was in there. Just i was moving some and obviously i'm no stranger to jam them. We don't need to get into your shut. The hell out so i mean there and i'm feeling i'm feeling good about myself area and old brian reynolds as as dax likes to call him to his face. Which always makes me laugh. Because it's just not funny. And i do Rank comes in. And i'm like this. Motherfucker is so handsome. And he's so strong and i look i. I like pretty quickly. I'm going to put these twenties down. And i'm just gonna he actually only an ankle weights nothing but ankle but right. What about my question did you did you move to. La to be my question. Did you actually move because you had an offer for something or did you move to start a career here. No i was working at safeway. Grocery store at the time in vancouver. I didn't even quit i just. I just laughed when on break. I'd gone to college. Not making this up for forty five minutes. I walked in. And i just went. No and i went right back. Pulled one more all night shift at safeway and then the next day just got in my car and drove to department you check out or were you. Box boy no it. I did train as a cashier. But i was actually stocking shelves midnight to eight shift. Yeah facing out all the grosso so everything is perfectly flat. Make it you ever like just open a box of cereal and just house but nobody was looking almost the times food fights. I mean some of the people. I work with in it. Safeway busy graveyard shift to safeway at twenty fifth and oak. They know who their some of the funniest human being ever been around some big laughs. I bet you some huge. I'm not joking hot. Are you still friends with your coworkers. There i don't keep in touch with men friends a lot of people to high school with but like that was an odd because we only cite each other in the in the pitch black midnight hours so all up and stacking out god agudat. Are you really still friends with Even if you're friends with five friends from high school. I i.

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"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"reynolds" Discussed on SmartLess

"Go ahead. John i was just gonna ask you so you listen to talion rap. Sure that's that's like a real thing. Y- listened to italian rap. I listen to french rap while because you've got an interstate. You can understand french pattern. Thank you speak italian. I don't speak italian. i wish i did. so why. what's the draw. The draw is about lifestyle well hip hop no matter where it is about. A lifestyle sean. So cool it and tell by the way you look that you're really you understand that. Put it this way you you see on a scooter in downtown naples rolling with my crew. Can i ask you on. His question asked me anything. You want my hair my hat. I always wear a hat and it was about me. Sorry how would it. When i look with the neck tattoo i to me no lower than you look now no different. We're rolling sorry. Sorry that was a long walk. I guess so from one wing to the other. we're rolling. We're rolling right now. You're on the show. Yeah you're a little late jason. We'll do you ever wear like long-sleeve shirt you're always in a in a t-shirt always every twelve minutes. Climate controlled house. Do not have climate. What's going on you just the elements we can be in a world with You know thoreau could be the third leg on this on this tripod and we have to deal with no sleeves at all. So can you imagine jayson are you. Are you having a coffee. Is that what you're beverages. Yeah and i think it's a little late for the coffee i get. I get more irritable than usual later. I drink coffee. But i'm gonna try and it's late right now. I know i get all sweaty. Well we have a guest here. Wait a second. we're rolling. Yeah we gotta guest you guys. Our guest is so. I don't know it's tough to describe our guest because this person does so many things Our guests started On a show that might be close to your heart I'm not sure show called hillside. force lose. Hillside blue's four season on hillside. I think in this country it was called fifteen. It's one of those shows that had different names in different countries But american person. Well this person is a person. You is not an american person. This is a person who lives in america but this is a person who well strangely enough comes from. Just north of the border where i'm from. Oh so it's one of three people so this is a this. Is this person's an entrepreneur. Oh this person is a Is a visionary on boy is a business visionary. he's got his hands in in mobile phones. He's got his hands in the booze industry. She's now got his hands in welsh football. This is a guy. Oh for america reynolds and this is your buddy all can. I hadn't even gun to his looks yet. He is to remind guests hours leaves today. Guys not ryan in week. One of this cova baby. We call smart less. I sent you a texas said. Listen i know you love to do podcast. So we're happy to accommodate you. When it was it was a sarcastic. Sort of passive aggressive pitched never heard back from you the fucking pandemic bateman Battening down the hatches response appropriate response by the way. I still hung up on hillside blues. Picturing the and a couple of angsty. Teenagers going to cuba together. Don't don't skirt the issue here. So i get no. I don't even get a no. I get no response but you say yes our net you and i are sworn close off fucking will in you. Let me let me s- let me reset the table every set the table. This'll be quick. It better pri- back up you guys. Just wait i have never been in a room. Virtual or otherwise with three peoples is going to hurt who of it. Many points in my life caused me to follow over weeping with laughter This is one of the moment got time. That is very nice. Have made a adult diaper requisite wardrobe for no truly let them finish was the first person when i moved to los angeles. That was kind to me that i found that was kind. I was eighteen years old. And i had just us just move. Hairless freshly waxed eyebrows were exquisite And got to los angeles ended up in this manager's office that would never in a million years take me but in walks jason bateman and just out of nowhere. Asked me where. I'm from what i'm doing here. I think i said hey friend up started with hey fran could see my soul visibly exiting my body. He always talks to wondering teens. I it really is the hallmark of of of a truly dynamic predator hairless vulnerable innocent looking friend coming. What brings you to the off a ride. He did not drive a panel van. Nor did he offer me any whatsoever kind to so bateman spoke to you and you knew him at that point from all his teammates jason bateman ryan ryan. Did you move out here. Cold did you. Did you have a reason to move out or did you just move out to be an was coming off. Hillside otherwise known as v hillside blue. what is hillside. and we're what is in lawrence. Pressman smashing it together. just thrown out all that go deep cuts on the on the listen ryan. You remember the first time we met. I remember very well. The first time we met in person. Do you remember start to nod politely or was that it was at a gym in equinox in santa monica. Thank you for knoxville. santa monica. Yeah and you know what my thought was. I was in there. Just i was moving some and obviously i'm no stranger to jam them. We don't need to get into your shut. The hell out so i mean there and i'm feeling i'm feeling good about myself area and old brian reynolds as as dax likes to call him to his face. Which always makes me laugh. Because it's just not funny. And i do Rank comes in. And i'm like this. Motherfucker is so handsome. And he's so strong and i look i. I like pretty quickly. I'm going gonna put these twenties down. And i'm just gonna was actually only an ankle weights. Nothing but ankle but right. What about my question did you did you move to. La to be my question. Did you actually move because you had an offer for something or did you move to start a career here. No i was working at safeway. Grocery store at the time in vancouver. I didn't even quit i just. I just laughed when on break. I'd gone to college. Not making this up for forty five minutes. I walked in. And i just went. No and i went right back. Pulled one more all night shift at safeway and then the next day just got in my car and drove to department at check out or were you. Box boy no it. I did train as a cashier. But i was actually stocking shelves midnight to eight shift. Yeah facing out all the grosso so everything is perfectly flat. Make it you ever like just open a box of cereal and just.

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"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Reynolds if there's one common thread to the messages that we've heard coming from the protest rallies that we've seen over the past couple of weeks it's enough our dog Wendell takes eight minutes and twenty seconds in that time under its warm touch the world saw George Floyd go cold under the pending justice still granted the gift to bring trying not to stare unable to look away the tears flow and the temperature the glistening streets became thoroughfares hotel buildings burned on the right justifiable no change once again ignored the how weird silence because he spoke about right right in the right way once again told one more for in a letter from a Birmingham jail all of these different into the heart of this all right humanity the sun rose again to give us another opportunity to be in line to help us see George Floyd as all of us and not just one that this one second to realize that we are still leaving one others another time to lift but need another time to say something another time to take a deep breath another time that's why I'm calling nine one one time until we put enough time to be a teammate another time to listen time to break time to learn from our difference enough time to resolve to say we have enough time to change but too many times the lady did not illuminate because we know that our from the reflection we did not want to see we are minutes twenty seconds to leave and George Floyd is totally non responsive we were not so let's respond his death the online one thing that's in constant change water how relevant is B. water today that's next sports center on IT is be ready it is time to be New England has come to a close what it all your existence just send us this morning on ESPN radio Waddell and thank you for joining us did you guys have a night of an escapades at the birth of center you know Dennis would always full of surprises and it was a day off no one was there and he knew it and he had a key line phone number in center court and honestly we were eating popsicles in the freezer and yeah the F. check out the podcast on the ESPN Chicago at all and still the week days Tuesday on ESPN one thousand take an ordinary party knife and scrape off the old wax ring place the new wax ring over the **** then line up the bolts with a bowl and gently set in place making sure a proper seal is created with a flanging drain next filed yes we do calling manual yeah I mean we really need to get some mailbox right did you want to stop yeah Carolina nine ends okay tighten the bolts lineup the flushing valve to the opening in the top of the bowl and secure the tank with a screwdriver and crescent the smallest moments.

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"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Reynolds there was progress Tuesday well we're not aware of it at this point time for straight talk brought to you by a straight talk wireless Tuesday the latest meeting between NFL owners members of the Players Association executive committee meeting and indeed then give an update regarding the older approved CBA proposal Tuesday's meeting was attended by all eight members of the NFL management council executive committee they negotiate on behalf of the owners multiple player wraps were also in attendance owners left without commenting union reps didn't comment after the sit down which lasted nearly four hours on Tuesday it was scheduled after the union's executive committee voted Friday not to recommend the CBA proposal to its full membership owners pushing to get things done and soon they would like to have a deal done at the combine but realistically what kind of deadline are we looking at earlier on ESPN radio on Friday if its image Albert Breer from the MM QB the way that these guys look at the deadline is really what the end of August right being that's March seventh the tenth the finance it was graphic there guys the elected president of Eric with the current president cannot be reelected because he's not active player anymore and so W. W. electing a new president and if your player and you are at that meeting and there's no CBA done if you're looking at the president you will be elected the president that'll take you that that they they're gonna leave happy repair to take you into the lock out of twenty twenty one they have that may not happen but you know you are you are basically electing somebody be quick for that and by nature I would think that you would have you would that be probably looking at the you know to tell like somebody's more combative there was this bad and so that's sort of the fear is that you get the point of all time is rock beat out of Miami and then all of a sudden you know one of the guys that are going to do on the field Eric with this god it is place if somebody who you know that the that the players are basically electing for battle and so you know three years definitely you know I I good Barker I thank bar serves the chances of a good marker this has to come together I would say by sometime the first week of March or else circumstances could change pretty significantly use a great word in terms of battle why do we have any of us get the sense that no matter what kind of battle this is the battle has already been lost for the players versus the yeah I was with the CBA I would cover that wife I I think is the goal here is let's all make more money let's keep making money and I did it feels fine and and under this deal instead make a lot more money over the next few years and I think you know the way it should stand the test of time or it's going to be a good deal only get twenty twenty seven twenty eight twenty nine and gambling is applied in a level that is not playing at now if your child is ill TheStreet PPL thought that if the goal is for the you'll be a game changer that it happened and I know there are some players that feel like there should be game changing elements of the deal because we are the ones that came to the players they want to do that zero three the understand the players why do zero only if if they want to get out of the TV deals because they're worried about two things coming up one is that the economy may not be as good a few months and that I mean this is really interesting is that Bernie Sanders won the democratic nomination could affect the stock market the fact that people do business that's one of the owners are afraid of in regards to how do you feel the need to go see it if you know the second thing is that in an election year generally rate things go down that could affect the TV deals as well and so you know you've got those two office working against you if you can't get the TVL don that you know that that that it's hard to move on to gambling and everything else so if the owners want to sort of create the domino effect where one thing leads to another leads to another everybody's taking a lot of money and the players realize that the owners desire to do that is great headlines from the CBA that the owners have green lighted seventeen games in the regular season an additional two teams in the postseason although only one team gets a bye in each conference with the owners looking to get things done sooner rather than later players course trying to get as much as I can out of the CBS straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart course on folks gathered in the in the in the for the NFL combine this week Joe burrow we've been in the spotlight lately comments or perhaps indications in his comments he says he will play for the bangles if they draft him yeah of course I want to be the first thing you know that's that's every kid's dream you know I've worked really really hard for this opportunity and I'm blessed to be in this position and a lot of people help me get here.

Reynolds
"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Reynolds there was progress Tuesday well we're not aware of it at this point five for straight talk brought to you by a straight talk wireless Tuesday the latest meeting between NFL owners members of the Players Association executive committee meeting in may be then give an update regarding the older approved CVA proposal Tuesday's meeting was attended by all eight members of the NFL management council executive committee they negotiate on behalf of the owners multiple player wraps were also in attendance owners left without commenting union reps didn't comment after the sit down which lasted nearly four hours on Tuesday it was scheduled after unions executive committee voted Friday not to recommend the CBA proposal to its full membership owners pushing to get things done and soon they would like to have a deal done at the combine but realistically what kind of deadline are we looking at earlier on ESPN radio on Freddie and Fitzsimmons Albert Breer from MM QB the way if you guys look at the deadline is really what the end of August right being that's March seventh the tenth by and what's gonna happen there guys the middle elected president of Eric what is the current president cannot be reelected because he's not active fire anymore and so W. W. electing a new president and if your player and you are at that meeting and there's no CBA done if you're looking at the president you will be elected the president that'll take you that that they they're gonna leave country repair to take you into the lock out of twenty twenty one they have that they don't happen but you know you are you are basically electing somebody be quick for that and by nature I would think that you would have you would that be you probably look at the you know to tell like somebody's more combative there was dispensed into that sort of the fear is that you get the one in adults having expressed beating out of Miami and then all the sudden you know want to guys that are going to do on the field Eric what is god it is place if somebody who you know that the that the players are basically electing for battle and so you know three years definitely you know a good marker I think March seventh to tenth is another good marker this has to come together I would say by sometime the first week of March out circumstances could change pretty significantly do you see a great word in terms of battle why do you have any of us get the sense that no matter what kind of battle this is the battle has already been lost for the players versus the hours with the CBA I would target that wife I I think it's the goal here is let's all make more money and let's keep making money and I think they feel fine and and under this deal instead make a lot more money over the next few years Bob and I think you know the way it should stand the test of time or it's going to be a good deal only get twenty twenty seven twenty eight twenty nine and gambling is apply at a level that is not playing at now if you're a new television deal distribute your thought that if the goal is for this to be a game changer that it happened the and I know there are some players that feel like there should be game changing elements of the deal because we are the ones that came to the players they want to do that zero three the understand the players want to do the three year early is because they want to get on the TV deals because they're worried about two things coming up one is that the economy may not be as good a few months and that I mean this is really interesting is that Bernie Sanders one of the democratic nomination could affect the stock market the fact that people do business that's one of the owners are afraid of in regards to how do you feel the need to go see it yeah the second thing is that in an election year generally ratings go down that could affect the TV deals as well and so you know you got those two elements working against you if you can't get the TV deal done that you know that that that's hard to move on to gambling and everything else so if the owners want to sort of create the domino effect where one thing leads to another leads to another and everybody's taking a lot of money and the players realize that the owners desire to do that as well headlines from the CBA that the owners have green lighted seventeen games in the regular season an additional two teams in the postseason although only one team gets a bye in each conference with the owners looking to get things done sooner rather than later players course trying to get as much as I can out of the CBS straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart course on folks gathered it in the in the in the for the NFL combine this week Joe burrow he's been in the spotlight lately comments or perhaps indications in his comments he says he will play for the Bengals if they draft him yeah of course I want to be the first thing you know that's that's every kid's dream you know I've worked really really hard for this opportunity and I'm blessed to be in this position and a lot of people help me get here.

Reynolds
"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"reynolds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Reynolds Australia finally able to have a bit of an escape couple of weeks of tennis now under way let's bring in our mark Robbins with the latest mark yeah it is indoor tennis for the rest of the first at Milborne is rain has suspended play outside it's rain that is much needed in that country as crews continue to battle of the wildfires to brush fires said that have been going on for several weeks Ashley Barney the women's top seed number one on the Australian native in a battle and she has battled back after losing the first set to lease yeah sure Ranko of by the Ukraine seven five parties come back won the second set six one out of five one in the third set again all of our coverage live first ball to last ball coverage on ESPN two ESPN app and of course ESPN plus earlier Roger Federer played outside before the rains came he got a victory over American Steve Johnson on the women's side number eight Serena Williams wins her opening match sister Venus whoever loses to American teenager cocoa golf it was a terrific magistrate said seven six six three the victory of for golf American qualifier the women say Catherine Catherine McNally takes out Australia's own and former U. S. open champion Samantha Stosur load back on the men's side American Sam query with his opening match and does so over the twenty fifth seed that is born a koreje of Croatia the defending women's Champassak of Japan and she also a first round winner get first ball to last ball coverage on ESPN to the Appan ESPN plus J. let me get back to you hi mark Monday giving us plenty of headlines from the Australian Open Sunday we have plenty of top sounds number far and so on and is able to stare at the center if number four in fact the tide is dozens of them right at the buzzer off the religious Jerry Jones junior any not out of the process were tied at eighty six hi Blaine through the years number formation deep all behind a manual appointed a bunch to get a good run most often number two second place just in time to avoid a delay of game under pressure still moving to chasing stay because its first trip to the Super an fifty is the chief in the stadium was this is and they're looking for what a job sounds from Sunday lot of football as well but we did hear Jerry Jones with the slam although as he'd lose to the spurs seven ninety the ticket with the call Penn was a four three win over the Bruins on the penguins hockey network Pittsburgh scoring four goals on just twenty two shots also in the NHL hurricanes adds the islanders in the eighth round of their shoot out on Sunday the Blackhawks of five to win over the jets Patrick Kane ninth US born player with one thousand career points as he picked up an assist in the third period SportsCenter all night ESPN radio of course from the NFL we are the chiefs we are the Niners I want to win the fox chief radio networking KNBR as the chiefs of Niners advance to Super Bowl fifty four and to kick off the two week lead up Kansas city is open as a slight favorite earlier on ESPN radio or doctors Arian host of the daily wager so it opened it come at a couple more books and then she's a small favorite the content that might have one and a half by a one or one and a half so you know an error by our our research we've never had a victim clothing line in the Superbowl we've had about four I want to the wind left into the kind of a rare thing you have this sort of coin flip out that in the Superbowl which means it's going to be hopefully a great game and a high scoring one the over under in the low fifties like fifty two so basically the public sort of back together I when I do the public I mean like recreational batters people encounter people to try to get involved and a higher profile game more recreational money gonna have like the national championship game balance you claims that the world would better yell at you and in these kind of high profile games he opened the back the good thing even laying points of the favorite which were the home team today but she and the nine and when the favorite you win and cover and no one like the bed and under that you're not you know like the the worst guy at a party everyone like the things happen action points scored so when the favorites and the over all head and then the parlayed that everything else in the world of hurt hurt the book and that's what happened Sunday is the home teams however the victory in its the Niners and cheap setting to Super Bowl fifty four how did it come down two different games you'll hear it exports are almighty as the radio.

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