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"richard boy" Discussed on WTVN
"Um, we were, uh, We kind of saw this when you're getting ready for the show today, and we've been following along with this, but Mike Richards Boy, it has been up. It has been down and has been alright. He's in. Now he's out. Now He's just producing and now he's this and let's get the very latest on this. I think this is probably what would be considered the final chapter. Let's bring in From ABC News. Entertainment correspondent Jason Davidson is joining us now. Hey, Jason, How are you, Brother? Good. Well, I mean, it might be the final champ ER in the mike Richards. That's what I meant. Yeah, but remember Jeopardy. Still looking for a host. So this this they could bungle it even more, so it's very possible. We could see more issues are more problems. So for the jeopardy overall, yet still going, But for Mike Richards, probably then so Mike Richards out as executive producer, because we know that he was named The host. Then it feels like basically which I don't know that they will ever admit to. But it feels like the I don't know that the the social, the social justice mob got their way because there are a lot of people complaining, and then we saw uncovered what Don't know as some less than savory things that happened with him and then, okay, he'll step back to being producer. Now he's exiting all together. Now they are. They're sending him off, right. He's not just walking away, or do you know that correct? No. This is from because originally, when he stepped down as host of jeopardy, he put out the the memo saying, I am stepping back as host of jeopardy. That went to employees first, and then the rest of us got it. This today comes from executives at Sony and its Sony saying in a memo to people we had hoped When Mike stepped down from hosted from the host position in jeopardy, it would have minimized the disruption and internal difficulties. We've all experienced these last few weeks. That clearly has not happened so he will no longer be serving as executive producer of Wheel of Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune, By the way, he did is EPA both both of those shows, Boy, I'm telling you what this has been incredibly costly for one Mike Richards, right? I mean, this guy was making a ton of dough, and now he's getting nothing right now. I mean, this is going to be an amazing Netflix miniseries when it actually eventually comes out because You know, it's like the the the terrible summer of Mike Richards. Right? The August of Mike Richards. Um and it will be within 30 days He went from being you know, basically in obscurity to the host of jeopardy. To not only not the host of jeopardy, but not even the executive producer of that or wheel of fortune anymore. The ups and downs of this story are pretty incredible. And it's all because Mike Richards wanted to be in front of the camera. This. He has been behind the scenes. He's been executive producer of Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune for two years Now. Before that, he was behind the scenes executive producer of the price is right. He worked on other game shows as well. But earlier in his career, he was in front of the camera host. He hosted a show called Beauty and the Geek, which were the You might remember on the CW long time ago. Uh, there are a couple other game shows on the game Show network. He was a stand up comedian very early on his career. He was he He thought he would have a career in front of the camera when at some point he realized maybe that's not going to work. Or maybe that's really hard for that. There's no stability in it. He went behind the scenes and made a very successful career as an executive producer of these shows, and so for him to lose all of that it's basically because he wanted this jeopardy job he went after the jeopardy job had he just stayed where he was. You know, we wouldn't be talking about Mike Richards right now. Well, and you know, he's just got to be, uh, I mean, this has got to be a nightmarish type situation for him. He finally gets the chance to get in front of the camera as you're putting it and then Some things that happened in the past. You know, people end up digging up and find that was with during the price is right. I believe the stuff that's in question, right? I mean, well, no, there's so there's two specific things that people are pointing to one is yes, during the price is right. When he was executive producer, there was a discrimination lawsuit right in which he was named. The whole show was named a bunch of other people as well, but he was part of it. And as it was accused of saying, and discriminating against one of the models and saying some things that were rather controversial, um and and and and pretty crude. But then so that we knew about that that only it made headlines at the time, but only because he is the executive producer of the show, But most people don't notice or care. It was in the trades. And then when he was going to get the job, and then when he got the job, that kind of resurface, But they still gave him the job. Anyway. We knew that that there are these issues, but they still gave him the job. Then after he got the job, What resurfaced were a podcast that he did? Yeah. Okay. 41 episodes of this 2013 2014 podcast in which he kind of hit out about everybody, Various ethnic groups, women, you know, he kind of sprinkled it around a little bit. There was a lot of controversy in those statements. Ultimately, his demise here. There's those things from the past, man. Um, my mbl like what is her? I mean, she's still going to be the what? The side stuff. She's hosting some like specials and different stuff like that, right? I mean, yeah, it was. It was originally positioned as kind of a co host, but it's not. She's going to do a prime time. There's going to be a prime time jeopardy series of which we don't really know the nature of that. And then some specials as well, including college specials and things like that. So she is still the host of that there was talk that they actually wanted her for the whole thing, but she didn't want it because schedule wise. It didn't work for her. She didn't want to be that committed and tied down, so they came up with this split thing. Now it remains to be seen if they have gone back to her if they will go back to her, and they can make this work or not, or, you know they're starting. She's going to be the first host of this new round of guest hosts when the new season starts next month. Yeah, interesting. There it is. Mike Richards is out. Completely disconnected now from jeopardy altogether. And the very latest on that Jason Davidson. Thank you very much. We appreciate your brother. Sure. Thank take it right. We'll see you. I think, too, that we haven't seen the last of Mike Richards. This is my prediction because there are plenty of these game show wells with with which he can go and attempt to dip into I I think there's gas left in his tank..
"richard boy" Discussed on WTVN
"But fresh, But you're right. It does not travel real well, you have to live relatively close to the Taco bell in order to, uh to have it translate Great. Bc six first Warning weather Chief meteorologist Marshall McPeak joining us now, Marshal, I I'm thinking to myself as you know, I'm in and out of the weather today. Really not weather. But if you will, just outside and I'm going, all right, So can you tell me when the humidity is going to let up some and I know it's not as bad as it has been. But are we going to to get to the point where it feels normal outside? As far as humidity? You know, over the next few days, we're actually going to see highs in the seventies and overnight lows in the fifties. So that's actually going to be a little more comfortable. You'll find those Dewpoints actually dropping a whole bunch into just sort of a generally pleasant range, so it's not going to be oppressive and overbearing over the next few days, but it is going to be wet for a couple of days. We have scattered showers across the metro area right now, from Hilliard out into Kahane and then on out into Granville and Heath and Newark. It's pretty wet. This is all along a front that's draped across the state. But what's coming is Ida and Ida is still off to our south. The outer bands of that have just made it up through Lucasville, and they're headed into Chile coffee. There is likely to be a lot of heavy rain over the night tonight and early tomorrow. Then it will start to move off to the east. And things will begin to taper down a little bit so showers and storms tonight. At times it could be some heavy rain, especially south and southeast of Columbus on Wednesday, the rain is going to taper off for Columbus early on eastern Ohio will have to deal with it more end of the day. Then the afternoon becomes partly cloudy and breezy 78 for the high Thursday 78 breezy. All right, Marshall, thank you very much. Um, we were, uh, We kind of saw this when you're getting ready for the show today, and we've been following along with this, but Mike Richards Boy, it has.
"richard boy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Enough to hatch a scheme like this right that means whatever the hell you want saying you want he should be well they know the course very big on Seinfeld became a superstar and his wife van Mirabeau was a great great comedy team with it together there and she was also good actors but I think I could sense a little jealousy their leader in life as he became a superstar people kind of forgot about her and then course he went on to do I think his best work was king of queens would you agree no I like to miss Frank dispense them W. okay both of them but it was good both of king of queens is that with the idea was it was going to be the new Honeymooners I don't most people never picked up on that but was based on the Honeymooners kind of in that that you know Ralph was a bus driver Kevin James was a delivery guy of the art Carney role was going to be Jerry Stiller Arthur Spooner but he was brilliant in king or queen Anne's awards for you I'm staying right here was it then again the forwards that's two or three maybe should something in advance how many words you have here we should do that you pretty much locked and unlocked he was brilliant watch king of queens later today you'll see a a brilliant he was in that role but he we was ninety two passed away also course Little Richard boy was he influential he was the biggest influence on the Beatles the rolling stones you you to anybody you name anybody he was one of the three your founding fathers of a rock and roll Little Richard the city always die in threes the third Betty right you member her no Hey picked a bad week today's CC was hit a couple hits member clean up woman no word ready for a great singer three yet well well they always wait till this three legacy you're saying it's three what does that mean it's a three in one day three in one week give me that just wait till the St Clements three so let's take some calls go to bill in New Jersey Hey bill how you doing thanks mark when governor Cuomo mandated mandated Cologne about risk patients be sent to nursing homes that was a death sentence for our innocent seniors and mark nursing homes pleaded with Cuomo don't please send the school I was patients to the hospital ship comfort with the jab at center that president trump provided Cuomo refused and they die unnecessarily well it's all mostly true it's not that the I don't know that they have a bag in the other world they're all terrified you might be saying to one of these nursing homes all come out makers are terrified of the governor he can close them down he regulates them a people in nursing homes already emailed me telling me he's that kind of menacing them a little right now inspectors are shown up you know if they find you know one cigarette but somewhere you get fined close to spent you lose your license so they're a little terrorized right now and afraid of him that's why they're not speaking up let's go to Jack in Boston a Jack Hey Joe and mark I have a question for you guys have been in the business for quite a while correct yes mark in jail when it's translated means mark this is mark what I need to say that mark a guy like checked up or anybody on the major networks when they talk to something and we find out the doctorate and they know it's false they know they're lying why can't the FCC chairman stepped in to take their license away I don't understand that if they are actually lying to the American public now yeah well CNN is not the part of the FCC it's not deregulated but NBC owns broadcast licenses for their local TV stations you could the president did tweet out some about them today so I could that could be a little bit of a three year you should get in the old days they used to take your license if you got caught doctoring anything your license was in jeopardy million years ago local TV station fake the footage of a protest of their license was suspended those kind of things can happen you should start happening again Hey that Jake tapper wada every easily he used to be pretty good now just total fake news watching this woman yesterday talk about the killing the awful terrible killing in Atlanta Georgia and she said president trump was to blame for this Jake tapper doesn't say we're let's check out what what is the truth that's going to Donna in Long Branch New Jersey Hey don Hey marcado en speaking of photo op you have the article I think it was Saturday your post about comments so they talk a lot with our EMTs and they were all upset because they're like important work to do I wanted to take pictures and so it was like getting such limited time to even go get lunch or anything they get off the job to get pictures with them and they're really das yeah that's a good point that's a very good point thanks for calling this is right you know somebody sitting there having a heart attack in the end this is delayed so Berman Munster there can take some pictures with them that is terrible it's like a member of Cuomo with the big picture of him disinfecting the subway with his mascot incorrectly he told the first time we put it on let's go to Tom in Pennsylvania a town good morning mark how are you yes good Hey mark Martin festival that was the funny one with Jerry but mark I wanted I'm really glad you put up that project veritas video regarding the bakery that they did and CBS news got caught faking the story it big time and you know that kinda the video that they did project very attested that preceded that was one regarding the numbers right and the number I think everyone to wake up man these numbers are just so inflated and the pre seeding video that project Barrett has did was with funeral funeral directors who are saying every every death we're getting in here is mark Kobe Kobe Kobe and and so the numbers that we're seeing are just if someone dies their BMR cold it and they've been set up by the doctors in the hospitals to marketed to cope with that well yeah that's true good point thanks for calling yeah there's another thing apparently the hospital gets an extra twenty three hundred Bucks for every covert death in repayment so that's why a lot of death to get Marco good when they aren't really when we come back the greatest columnist of all Michael Goodwin will be with us next on seven ten W. O. R. let's get the latest news here's Joe Bartlett already mark Maynard blonde here says it's gonna be an unprecedented effort to get small business back on their feet he has hired some advisors to help the effort saying communities can succeed in small businesses don't succeed but the mayor is also saying now don't expect New York city's nonessential businesses to be opened before June parts of New York could be just days away from reopening not downstate could begin with upstate manufacturing and construction a phased in approach will be taken as key benchmarks are cleared at the moment the pause New York by a doctrine is in effect until June the seventh concern about dozens of cases of a rare syndrome impacting kids it may be linked to corona virus at least eighty five children in New York I've been diagnosed with this syndrome three have died the concern continues a nursing home so the governors now implementing new rules.
"richard boy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Your future at I. B. E. W. local three sixty nine dot com news radio eight forty WHAS rapport Vandy leaves fix up the thirty five to twenty eight several sets that you would not like if you're Kentucky for one of the points in the paint with Dick Richards getting into early falcon rubble Mike Vandy outscored Kentucky in the paint sixteen to ten that you did have the post presence advantages relentlessly attacked the rim they did with the card that again I talk to you at the end of the first half about their twenty four points from their cars the tech twenty two maybe just drive drive drive you know that's what they do because they struggle with the perimeter shot but it's been their defense stop with the rest of the day of really got after the bill to the brakes turn the ball over that they don't want to do can't said eight percent turnover venue the ball the start the second half both teams with a start date but at the top of the circuit it was picked up his dribble tell us about the events that happened to his dad was all about competing better baby turns it over is we tried to go in the back door along the left baseline S. is off the mark may be seven turnover city techie goes right in a different school is in the first ten at make a touch early maybe straight away in the Richards in a file is cemex you rather hit the deck families own opina his second first of the second half it is C. C. play opponents are hitting fifty nine percent of their two shot two point shots against the kings nine of twenty there was a taking the right side the mixing looking to the left by say billion the difference for great baseline you can't score but you get the he talked about it today shoot around do not buy all of the shop they when you're six ten E. J. and he is six to but he did by any picks up his second foul words of wisdom at the other end baby now they've done this twice they they're flat the principal free throw all the way good with the balls driven to the middle of the page there playing to cut off the past two to three point shooters before they come to steal that I remember second shot also we got a whistle we got a file on that after the shot on Hagens for a man is walking out the shooter so that's a third with less than a minute gone in the second half and then you will get another position after making two free throws to go up there's a debate about so call official at the at the close to this four zero but it was maxi in lane L. protest influences the coach Joe justices gonna go to the store stable should be mixing video back up they will be his first instead of the third on Hagens and it's got the signal long it is the maxi his first and they can still has to with an extra position here uhhuh Syrian in down the ball down the left baseline twenty one twenty on the cell phone Lee actually one of thirty two percent six back into the circle he tells the content the circle there's a within a reasonable turnover second one is that he killed me in a real hard time with the right to strike the trap the ball is rolled the pay for the room right side the Banksy V. the leaves in Montgomery on the right rebel thanks it seems will be to try to kick the outside of his so do it safely the circle of three it's good he missed seventeen was last night the they're feeling right now ten point lead forty two thirty fourteen the same Italy memory on the right wing Richard the Max for a quick please note sent to the court of hip in history comes up short he gets his own rebound leaves it up with this to leave takes the three slides left let's apply this this was rebranded by Richard boy baby that read that much quicker pagans gets into the lane floated up to the task at hand usually was looking for the love of the shooting that one and he got the role that's what you have to do is use a little waiting for you at the rental take a not use the room only thirty two Vandy pick another the basket locate rivers layer it quickly rebound and the next thing was going to the room with a left hand and the suit goes for the block I think he's going to be the one that picks up the file for Vanderbilt and maxi will go to the free throw line bill this soup makes his second team second at the other end but all that Dr price controls well he didn't flop but you know he does it body boasted where the body looks like he paid both the ticket is hands straight up in the air referee let it go good call axis free throw good yeah back to back games with seven points in a combined eight turnovers this is eight point against one over here tonight one more shot to go to the bench Sistine import Kentucky I think it's a status of three point looks awful pick it up second shot is in a good rebound to just to one of the three families made six picking up his back reporter for pressure is it and it's going to cross the line across the and here in the third circle and it's one of the back rooms on the right side of if you really picking up the defensive pressure the ninety dollars the other rights holders key for retail maxi at the end of the lane and he hooks into the left corner thinking quickly was going to slide down there quickly stayed on the wing in the past went to Riley will seated on the Kentucky been hi res got it too much of a hurry to go he was blown down the middle of the floor forty thirty three they'd be the door the court left side to this to this to the post with a jumper that's no good rebound quickly for Kentucky it said the Hagen this is the right way to that's what I thought they would start the kids since the the they see their defense left vague wide open this is seventy six tonight let's leave the floor reporter three ball from Evanston wide brown his second three baby seven Vic a little slow to get there forty three thirty six capital fifteen forty eight thanks it up your available they know will be the head is hands down to about straight up in the air I think if his hands were straight up with there might have been a off of the fellow next to thirteen break ins and a chance.
"richard boy" Discussed on KTOK
"And we are back Robert cast Carolina yeah yeah keep thinking what Richard said about the white hats and the black cats I mean what would you rather be a white hat or black at a white hat of course it's the person protecting our information protecting our data you're not intrigued a little bit about the dark and turning a black cat you'd have a lot of power lot of prestige I know I am that's sort of the question between good and evil right yeah so I want to be good what do you want to be I would be why I do okay good okay you have to look at me like that I'm just curious no I'm just saying though black cat no White House okay yes I would be a white at two what is the grey hats though or sort of like a light gray charcoal gray hat yes felt a feather in it a feather in it Michael is he or she good or bad right the charcoal gray hat you don't know well I can put that on the on the list of potential screenplays the US Medicare yes perfect thank you yeah let's get an outline going on that got it because I'm going to start writing Hollywood movies I know we've we've talked about that yeah that's my goal I am for this new season the great have it some point we will have a stage reading on the podcast of my manuscript yes I can't wait for that we are going to do that by the way how one other thing about Richard boy he was not happy when I when I asked if I could call him Dick and he said the last time I called I mean that was spooky anyone call me Dick there were a terrible accident did you notice did you I didn't notice it until the end of the interview our but he in his right hand he put his hand on top of the table okay and he had brass knuckles oh my god what does that mean I mean he had old fashioned brass knuckles why would he he's a cyber security no makes no sense well you might be a killer we all know that we cannot can't say that on the air you're right however I didn't know if he were to leap across the table and try to punch me yeah with the brass knuckles yeah I was going to cushion the blow with your face yonder why am I what is the great I was already thinking ahead of time that I would use you as a human shield no because I would have gotten pummeled and you would have been fine but that's why I respect you so much your selfless white had attitude prevails I don't know if that's what I meant when I said I want to be a white hat so are you thinking you want to be a black and I don't want to go down for a black cat exactly your your what that was from Star Wars okay a good member was Star Wars raiders of the Lost Ark okay okay we'll catch you next Thursday on the Ron Burgundy podcast this is Ron Burgundy saying until next time.
"richard boy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Seen in hand cuffs as he was escorted out of a jet that arrived at an airport New Jersey yesterday the indictment at his second federal case alleges that he had employees transport women across state lines for sex they had to adhere to strict rules and that some of the victims were under age Steve Greenberg as his lawyer in Chicago I think it's a it's the worst case of piling on I've ever seen the attorney representing our Kelly here said in court papers that these were all disgruntled groupies who were dying to be with R. Kelly he wrote that the women fought and behind to be with the singer Steve casting down in Brooklyn New York Chicago police ever issued an arrest warrant for a man in a July thirteen that car jacking in Lincoln Park thirty two year old Adam Brabham well wanted in connection with the incident which happened at Wisconsin and Fremont in the rancher triangle neighborhood the cook county state's attorney can fox embroiled in controversy because of the just see small let case now former cook county commissioner Richard boy can announcing that he is thinking about challenging him fox in the democratic primary next March Boykin is my guest this week I'm connected to Chicago and W. L. as he blasted fox for having contact with a politically connected attorney who approached her on behalf of the smaller family completely inappropriate and then to say that you're going to recuse yourself and not really recuse herself ultimately I think that once that special prosecutor is appointed it will be just a nightmare for her weekend says he'll make a decision in September on whether to run against him five you can hear him I'm connected to Chicago Sunday night at seven here on W. L. S. U. S. employers slowing they're hiring in July we got the new unemployment numbers this morning the labor department says the unemployment rate stayed at three point seven percent for a second straight month in July adding one hundred sixty four thousand jobs average hourly earnings increased three point two percent from a year ago an increase from June's annual gains of three percent the pace of hiring is slow this year is a growing share of Americans already have jobs the three month average for job gains was one hundred forty thousand that's down from two hundred thirty seven thousand a year ago Scott car washes yet more tragedy for the Kennedy family the granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy has died of an apparent drug overdose her name was seer should Kennedy hill she was the daughter of Robert Kennedy's daughter Courtney Kennedy hill WLS sports the cubs and socks both losing it yesterday today the cubs are in Milwaukee white socks or comes our home against Milwaukee at Wrigley Field this afternoon white Sox are at Philadelphia to play the Phillies WLS news.
"richard boy" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Amber ale thank you political corruption amber ale Ellen Cromwell who's the burrs cofounder down there now blue island so from Chicago to Chicago heights from harmony downstate small towns they all have these stories about knuckle heads in office that people keep voting in office over and over and over again no matter what they get caught doing so now this is the official beer of corrupt Illinois politics massive political corruption amber ale apparently only available right now the blue island brewery taproom in blue island I love it when we learn something on the John how show I'd like I said on Friday as I like to he's off the of political accelerator just a little bit and talk more about you know I guess pop culture what have you historical things that I like in a big locomotion locomotives and rolling through town with that in mind Ron Parker has decided to stick around a little late today and he would like to jump in here and talk about the attack of the eighties this is our sister station big concert and he wants to read promoted and urges all to pick up tickets immediately they have a special deal Ronald stop by here in a few minutes you member of Richard boy can he was a cook county commissioner hello yeah rich avoid getting up on top is Tony parkway hole one of gone because he objected to or soda tax well he's not a game and how that didn't work out yeah but he really really spear headed the opposition to it and she took exception to that and put him in a cross hairs and he was he was voted off the board a narrowly but he's out and now a news this morning this after rather that he is in fact thinking about challenging current officeholder I wonder who that could be Richard is on vacation I talked in just a few minutes ago is gonna be on program next week or bring up today next year W. L..
"richard boy" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast
"I'm jim brawley and this is bellwether and bang bang bang in today shows shish dumping now he made in welcome to this week's episode of bellwether hubs thank you for joining a i greatly greatly appreciate it 'em this podcast is on the topic of independence and the reason it's on the topic of independence this is being recorded a the first week of july which in the united states is the big independence day celebrations so idea of independence a is front and for center in the united states is a big vacation week a and there's a lot of really fun good stuff and we get the celebrate america and life is wonderful but a i want it covered the idea of independence because i have a little bit of a different spin on it 'em now is really stuck on the word independence and i was thinking about what it was what i was gonna talk about this week and a independence kept coming out independence kept coming up and i don't like to get into politics i don't like to get into religion a on this on this podcast 'em in most of the time when you think about pendants independence at least in the united states you you automatically go like geopolitical developments in and national freedom and screw you britain we went and did her own thing in this nation state level of discussion or or you're talking about the celebration and it's all about fireworks in america and beer and hotdogs and beach chin and all that stuff so i didn't really wanna go there 'em so i'm not but but i still wanna talk about independence because i want something these podcasts lift beyond just the individual week that they are reported in a and i wanted something the transcendent and and i i was reflecting a little bit on one of the biggest things i learned when i went out a on business up for myself an end so i sort of think about independence individually and and yes we have the freedom in this country to do whatever it is we wanna do and that's nice but one of the great breakthroughs that i had as a business owner and one that i really wish i had years ago when i was working in corporate was that there really are no rules and you know my career i spent almost two decades 'em incorporate most of them in the financial industry which is loaded with lawyers and compliance and regulations highly regulated industry and blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah when i went out on my own into the coaching industry understanding the fact that i had no rules was literally one of the hardest things that i could get my head around and one of my biggest challenges as an entrepreneur getting my head around the fact that they're literally were no rules i could put i would ever i want it to from my business now whether or not people buy it is something different but i could do whatever it is only put whatever i want on my website i could i could do a podcast it doesn't matter what i say i could say whatever want that idea of no rules of true independence is exciting it's fun but it's also very frightening and when you think about what it is for us individually is you know and now you've got this untamed direction direction that you can go into there is this plethora of possibility a when we think about the choices that were able to make an and i really wanna drive that home this week is that we put a lot of rules on are selves and when you think back to not give a history lesson but in the in the seventeen hundreds when the uss was a saying by by the britain they've they affectively looked at britain and said you know what your rules were not working for us the rules you're giving us and what you're taking from is not working for us an and i hear that all the time in corporate all the frustrations that people give me a corporate are generally around my my first question is why are you doing that or why is that a thing for why is that a rule and why is this a challenge and other times it's just you know people just don't stop to think about it and say well it's just the way that it's done and you say the way things done like come on right and and when i think back to my personal career in corporate the decisions i made made from my career a were generally based on assumptions that i had and they were often the wrong assumptions i often in challenge myself i never challenge myself a enough to challenge the status quo and if there is something i wasn't working from me i suck it up i swallow it i go back i'd be pissed off at work and i would just go clang clang clang at the keyboard and it was it wasn't beneficial for me it wasn't beneficial for the people i was working with and wasn't but beneficial for the people i worked for a my career would have turned out very differently if i recognize that there really were no rules and when i start to articulate what it is that i wanted to do that's when things started to change from me and when i stopped taking out these rules saying you want me in here what nine o'clock in the morning after stay here till seven o'clock at night just because even if i don't have work right i'm not doing that an icy people all the time has come in early the have the state late they they could literally leave they have nothing else do but they're just being told that the sitting there seat a and then you're a grown ass individual why are you doing this in a lot of people could fundamentally changed their their work life balance the way they approach work and they could do more interesting work if they start to think about you know what this isn't working for me it's also not working for the people around me what assumptions by making then i could challenge what assumptions are just done because this is the way it is this is the culture that's being driven at my office okay we're living in a world of assumptions are brain does it to be efficient right we just assume and that's great and and the cost of officiency though the costs of the purpose of officiency is that we lose the ability or we sacrificed the ability to think creatively and when we make these assumptions and and you know the the power of a crowd in everyone just starts doing the same thing and we go through this day in the recor keeps going and going around and it's just the way the things operate we we don't stop and scratch the record and say hey a we need to check on this assumption and say is this really the best way we can operate which is why people spend so much money bringing coaches coaches come in and say why are you doing that i go through an exercise with my clients a almost all my clients i just have them do this just because it was really impactful from me there's this guy 'em his name is richard boy access doctor richard boy at says he doesn't know the he has fans i'm super fan boy of his work i love a everything that that richard buyouts does and he's got he's a professor at case western university a i think 'em and he's got he spoke at some coaching common says i've been to and and i sat through one of his online courses and he he does a lot on basically organizational psychology behavioral change a any does a lot of these don't like fifty years of research on that so so the guy smart a he knows what he's talking about an and he has this exercise i'll put a link up to the course era page a free course you take it lets you wanna pay for whatever the certificate says that you actually sat through it 'em but he he talks about the three people that that we we have for us it's one the person we are to the person they that you want to be an three the person you ought to be any often talks about this in the context text of leadership you know who is the leader that you want to be who is the leader that you ought to be an end neck and going very many different directions and i always have my clients articulate those three people who are you today who do you want to be in the future and then who is the person that you feel you ought to be in generally almost always ninety nine point nine percent of the time a d answer is a very different and if they're not different i make them do it again because they haven't worked hard enough and the purpose of exercises to identify the gaps of where we are today and where we want to be ending joining analysis of the gap we find these assumptions were rules that are preventing us from getting to where it it is that we wanna go you know whatever that next level is that's that's are challenge and when we know what those those assumptions or those rules are then we could just attack them and break them down and say this doesn't work for me 'em an all oftentimes a lot of these assumptions that we have that prevents us from getting to the person and we wanna be the leader we wanna be v employee we wanna be these success that we wanna be or that we see for ourselves is that there are certain aspects of driven by are life that that are saying no no no no you can't do this yet you ought to be this or you ought to be this an often times that doesn't align with who it is that we actually wanna be an understanding the ought to be versus wants to be a is a very important developmental step in terms of saying look if i wanna put out my path what's my runway to say where am i gonna go and i wanna see where you know what turns i'm gonna make this is my personal gps this is my northstar you have to be all the time that are pulling you off the highway and when we figure out what it is that doesn't work for you and that's impacting your ability to get where you are to be truly independent to be able to make these choices that's the great part of independence is you get to make your choices and understanding what's impacting those choices is is fundamental to to making the right choice and so independence this week a for me is just a nice reminder on the fact that we are able to make choices and there are plenty of assumptions out there though we are making in this is driven into us from childhood 'em and no matter this this is something as simple as i don't like my job to even things more severe in terms of negative relationships and other things that are are far more serious an end we have the challenge today assumptions that we have on saying i can't do this because of acts really the question is how come a an is that really the the the the true reason why you're you're doing what you're doing a or is there anything else you could do and there's a book 'em i'll recommend this book this week this is how by accustomed boroughs 'em it's really effectively self help book he's gotten amazing story but it's written in a very casual way 'em on this topic of choice that we have choices we make a an end weaken always each day then you wake up you have choices and you can make fundamental changes if you really want and and to make that and what do you willing to sacrifice for those changes so when you think back 'em based on the history lesson back in the seventeen hundreds america toll britain this doesn't work for us and they made a choice right now you may not need full revolution a but the questions you can ask yourself are what's not working for you when you think of you're goals your ideals your challenges was impacting your ability to get their oftentimes it's it's assumptions on who you ought to be were arbitrary rules that don't really apply to you or assumptions that you have on on what you're fully capable off we have assumptions on yes i could do that are no i can't and won't even going to blow that up that's the big reflects over the weekend most of us have four days a and if you're listening to this after the fourth you could take you know just a couple of hours 'em were just a few minutes pause reflect and say what is it that you want to be how how come true independence by coming any choice that i wanted to make how could that support what it is then i wanna be and it's time extremely well spent for you and a lotta times it's it's just a matter of that reflection it's simple it's easy so that's my quick a quick hit this week it's on independence i hope this was helpful as always come visit a come visit me on bellwether hub dot com an a i'm i'm working on some pretty cool and exciting stuff and it's it's a that's good time.
"richard boy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Another reason for Donald Trump to be smiling in the west wing of the White House doing cartwheels down the the corridors his adversary used to percents stormy Daniels. Mike Levin Audie is just been charged with wire and Bank fraud as he supposedly attempted to extort twenty million dollars from Nike. Yeah. There's a press conference that's going to be happening. But I have to tell you. You know, stormy Daniels had a kind of some she had some animosity with him at one point and she kept him on. But from that point on I thought something's going on this guy. Just doesn't seem like he he was all their remember. He was in the midst of running for president of the United States. So the democratic nomination. That's the guy who got two full of himself to fat lens life you like to call it. Let's go to Joe is calling from New Jersey welcomed the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here on WABC. Choose. Hey, how you doing? Listen. I have an issue with everybody picking on Trump on the obstruction of Justice. I don't think Muller was hired to look look for Justice. If you get outside the whole. Collusion issue. So I don't think he's gonna come up with a conclusion, Joe if in fact, you're investigating collusion with the Russians, and you find out that anybody was tempting to interfere with the investigation or to change the facts. That's part of the cover up. Why people were indicted? Right. But they weren't those folks overnight and weren't covering up. They remember about how was a letter that was written by the president who had dictated it. Although he said he had nothing to do with the letter that tried to justify the meeting that his son had with the Russians 'em Manafort and with tried. He's my father-in-law Jared Jared remember up in Trump Tower? So with all that illegal. Well, that's why don't you want to see it in the report exactly a Muller could find no Trump Russia conspiracy. But couldn't go so far as to exonerate President Trump. Yeah. Bar summary. We need to know the Genesis of how he came to his conclusions. And that is that means that we need to see the entire report. That would help your side or anybody who supports Trump really have conclusions and fake, frankly, mice I two right now. Hanging over him still. He they said essentially that they couldn't find any evidence that he was shot. Joe Joe Joe Joe four pages by bar. Don't you feel after you spend thirty seven million dollars on this that you have a right to see it. Not necessarily, no. Could any evidence will hold on a second? We what what we know is that there was evidence found, but that Muller did not finish. Reasonable doubt. Well, that's from bar. He trusts bar four pages. From bar guy appointed by Trump. Hey, he might be a fantastic guy with. Integrity. But we have to see the entire report for all the questions. Calling from the Bronx. Welcome to Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here on WABC. Paulie? Did you name machine book by attorney journalist, Richard? Boy, let's go to. Pure gibberish. Let's go to Dave in komax welcomed the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy he on WABC, Dave. Hey, Curtis and Julie. Hello. Are you are you? I would say that that that report recalled this. I'm not going to vote to re-elect Trump, and and for different reasons. One everybody around him got indicted and locked up to he did nothing to repair the ObamaCare situation. He did nothing to all over the cost of health insurance premiums and as far as taxes. Sooner or later the public's going to pay for those tax cuts that the fat cats got and he really hurting New York regard to the tax deduction, which at ten thousand dollars. I believe. Dave that'll be determined on twenty twenty in terms of what people consider to be important. I don't believe that. This report will change one vote. You know, what's funny is that we're talking about the the ten thousand dollar tax. I mean, I've middle-class friends who are sitting who live in New York and who went crazy or blaming Cuomo Cuomo. This is this is Donald Trump. Oh, the reason you blame Cuomo, and you blame Murphy is look at the outrageous number of taxes, they levied and look at the fact that just the subways alone. Look, look where does that money go? I mean, come on. We are an overtax state and people were abandoning ship. Let's go to Maria in jersey welcomed the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy Maria. Hi, guys. Hey maria. Just I have to she thinks to say the first one is this whole investigation was corrupt because he was started illegally by false information, false dossier, fourth courts, giving information to them. Where's the outrage for that? Happened. Why aren't you guys upset about? Why are you defend look at the fact is we found I mean, they're still disagreements over how the Genesis of that. And how it began. But why are you not upset over the fact that that Donald Trump had six people around him six people who were working with him that were indicted. This is what they found doesn't that bother you. You know what? Them guilty of other things. Just but that doesn't that doesn't. This whole thing because it's not that's not definitive Maria. It's not definitive Maria. Oh, don't you. Want to read the report? Maria. A very simple question. Like AS joke. Don't you want to read the report for yourself? You're okay. So when when they released the report, we know they're going to we dact some information, hopefully, they declassify as much as they can then you can come to your own conclusion. I love this. So she doesn't feel it should be a conclusion because she feels that there should never have been an investigation because she feels that it was launched illegally. I mean, she's I'm guessing she's watching Fox News to get that information. Now, they want to lock up Hillary. They're back to lock lockup Hillary go after Obama. So this is endless it will never ever end. And, you know, something as much as the president seemed to be relieved over the weekend, and mar Largo he's not he loved every second of it. Well, he's not relieved because they're still cloud. But he he obviously his posture. Well, of course, because he says that and his supporters believe what he says, despite the fact that he's lying because there is no exoneration this president loves conference. Station. He does not like a peaceful day. Now, he welcomed this weekend. But I guarantee you if it ain't one thing it's going to be another thing. There's so many investigations out. There this this'll last in perpetuity right now. Let's get a news headlines and updates njdiet.
"richard boy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And if he had just stayed in the spot the ball would have come right back to it. But instead Harper beat him to it he shot he shot the ball faded a little bit that he had to gather himself to go forward at Harper with the quickness just was there and gone sixteen fells on. Second quickly shots for Harvard. I makes good. Shoot follow. Some really good opportunities dope. Y'all. Seconds for Harper. Rebounded by Montgomery for Kentucky. I would pick you Jahan, Nick. Now got might be getting just a little bit tired six three dollars or the gallery. Baker left wing. He throws it away. Just as he threw it to the right wing Johnson broke into the middle. So Kentucky turns it over. While the tenth time wanted quickly to reverse that ball to the other side. Kelvin was gonna flash the middle. Twenty two. Dispensers left at the circle. Pasco KiKi in the right corner. Jab step in and out. Bounded by Johnson, four Kentucky. He's brick to the ball, sixteen rebounds today for Calvin Johnson personal best for him. Under to to play. Johnson. The circle gets Baker pearls. Eighteen footer mister Johnson puts it back up, and he got fouled. Two shots coming for Kelvin Johnson. The foul against purify his third and Auburn. But to see Baker get one to go down near the finish off this day. Yep. Shots for Johnson. He's one attitude. Seventy five percent. We have seen Ashton. Hey, Bishop miss a bunch until the last few weeks starts making them do the same. The same struggle Hockenheim down. Go forward. Hits one out of two. He's got eight points. He'll go to the bench. To a standing ovation. Only eight points but seven fifteen rebounds. The effort Kelder Johnson. Kiki red corner threes go for Auburn second three point basket of the day. Seventy six to fifty Kentucky. Johnny davis. Into the Kentucky line. Quickly passes right side. Baker dumps it into Richard's bunk. He goes to the basket Tobel call they weren't going to bake it. He got hammered. What was that? Call all about bureau voice four. He gets hammered. He gets the shot. He hammers gets hammered as he's going to the who gets the shot. All right. Within the whistle blown after he missed the shot for Richards. I was roles. Talk about a slow. The pity of a slow was Richards in Montgomery have combined for nine points, seven rebounds and six blocks job well done. Yes, sir. Got it. My whole theory on both of those somebody or collectively thin seven in one. They've almost half jam. They got the seven two mandates doubled up on the blocks are long three out. No, good rebound. Grab by Montgomery. Kentucky. The thirty nine to twenty three advantage is Brexit a forty two to twenty four. A lot of it has to do with those miss shots and a bunch of them for auburn's Baker right side beyond the arc. Fires it out too. Quickly twelve to shoot Baker pop three right quarter slides left three go. Remember that one's of all remember file that away? See it going in. Thirteen threes. Sports hit suck your twelve three Pataki ties to season-high steel at the other end by Nick Richards. Boy, he released from the offensive player Spencer jumping that passing lane. Seven footer shows you what he can do direction. They've scored that a two for Bakersville good for him to see it. Go to the basket. Donnie, David loses the ball on the left baseline. And he touched it lasted the battle over twenty one seconds to play. It's a thirty point Kentucky lead eighty two fifty. So it'll stay at eleven threes. And they'll come up on short time the season high Harper comes into front court for Auburn. Hearst basket of the game. Good for Harper. Finally gets him into double figures over the top of EJ Montgomery at sixtieth. Real difficult shots all cats today. They led by fourteen at the break, we're going to win it by twenty seven Hitachi, eighty Auburn fifty three John Calipari is now the second winningest coach to Kentucky basketball history behind Adolph Rupp. This is the UK sports network Libman makes a difference. The Lippman mob crew is part of our winning team, the Libman mob, grooming. Sure, the hardwood is clean and safe for the players every game at Rupp arena. No matter what kind.
"richard boy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"You know to to train and chip. And I mean you saw Tampa. You didn't get along with the pony. And you know, he flew in. And I it it just wasn't good. You know, it was it was. In claims early on thirty complicated arts, and Richard switches cruise done an incredible job to get him to where he's gotten them. And what we're limited in what we can do with them. However, we're we're pushing for five furlongs steak rates at Santa Anita. If anybody's listening. We were coming you run that big fight for a long race at Santa Anita. We're common can you? Can you foresee keeping him to get the Keeneland in two years when they're back to back to five? I mean, what kind of story with that behavioral? I mean, it would be it would be nice. But I don't I mean, it wouldn't be my favorite turf course, Keeneland that's probably not saying base. Little little thick and then going an extra half a furlong. So I don't know. I mean, I would almost rather go six and a half at Santa Anita and five and Keelan. What's the back story on him terms of acquisition, and it was richest claim Saratoga? And I was doing the pick five at certain, and and he comes up I think in that richest bother me what the hell is he wants to claim the source today at? Stay it was the next day due to do a couple of cocktails. I really really couldn't get I really couldn't get to him. So I always usually me and do the ones to discuss any purchases that we have very rarely and Paul's like, yeah, for sure he's like, you You know. know, we would run a big big. He's like with this worse can run even higher than that. If we know we you know, we got him. So we claim that day. He won. No, no. He was he was known. It was difficult to begin with. Yeah. No. But I mean that day he won that they claim that. Then we told Duke said, we're no we're claiming horse. It was at a party that night. So do Dr. All right. He just he just bolted three hundred. He didn't care. So we yeah. So then we so the next day. He ran we claim them. We're the only ones in and. And he was very difficult at first to to train and he's still difficult to train. So they've done a great job. And it's I'm glad to be able to enjoy it with, you know, my partners and also friends because it's I don't have all my horses are partnerships. Mostly I own very few just by myself. And if I own twenty five percent or fifty percent or one hundred it doesn't I don't ever say I'll shit. I only own twenty five percent of that one. You know? So I mean, you know, we've been able to go on, you know, nice places Preakness we went and we will. It's it's one of those great things the great thing about horse racing. You know, you, you know, friends get together you take parts of horses, and sometimes it works out. And when it does it's just it's just Friday was the first time we've ever watched together in one in one we read Preakness together ran second. That was who's vanilla remorse Richards, boy and the rain rain, right? Yes. That was a miserable though. It's always gonna rain one of the two days. Let's get a quick update here with the leader board..
"richard boy" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"You know to to train and chip. And I mean you saw Tampa. You didn't get along with the pony. And you know, he flew in. And I it it just wasn't good. You know, it was it was. Proclaim early on his thirty complicated arts, and Richard switches cruise done an incredible job to get him to where he's gotten them. And what we're limited in what we can do with them. However, we're we're pushing for five along steak rates at Santa Anita if anybody's listening. We were coming you run that big fight for a long race at Santa Anita common. Can you can you foresee keeping him to get the Keeneland in two years when they're back to back to five? I mean, what kind of story with that be old? I mean, it would be it would be nice. But I don't I mean, it wouldn't be my favorite turf course, Keeneland that's probably not saying base. Little little thick and then going an extra half a furlong. So I don't know. I mean, I would almost rather go six and a half at Santa Anita and five and akilah n-. What's the back story on him in terms of acquisition? And it was richest claim we read Saratoga, and I was doing the pick five at certain job. And and he comes up thinking that richest bother me what the hell is he wants to claim the source today at? Stay it was the next day. Clear. Do do do a couple of cocktails. I really really couldn't get I really couldn't get to him. So I always usually me and do the ones discuss any purchases that we have very rarely and Paul's like, yeah, for sure he's like, you know. We would run a big big. He's like with you know, this worse can run even higher than that. If we know we you know, we got him. So we claim that day. He won. No, no. He was he was known. It was difficult to begin with. Yeah. No. But I mean that day he won that they claim then we told Duke I said, we're no we're claiming horse. It was at a party that night. So do. All right. He just he just bolted three hundred. He didn't care. So we yeah. So then we so the next day. He ran we claim them. We're the only ones in and. And he was very difficult at first to to train and he's still difficult to train. So they've done a great job. And it's I'm glad to be able to enjoy it with, you know, my partners and also friends because it's I don't have all my horses are partnerships. Mostly I own very few just by myself if I own twenty five percent or fifty percent or one hundred it doesn't I don't ever say. I'll shit. I only own twenty five percent of that one. You know? So I mean, you know, we've been able to go on, you know, nice places Preakness we went and we will. It's it's one of those great things the great thing about horse racing. You know, you, you know, friends get together you take parts of horses, and sometimes it works out. And when it does it's just it's just Friday was the first time we've ever watched together. Wow. In one in one we read Preakness together ran second. That was who's vanilla remorse Richards, boy and the rain rain, right? Yes. That was a miserable though. It's always gonna rain one of the two days. Let's get a quick update here with the leader board..
"richard boy" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I'm sure they'll put a BI polar ri- real altogether. I was like I just saw them do that the globe. So I don't know. I don't know that. I I mean, I'm sure they'll be delightful. They always are. But yeah, if I were you can be I'd be like, I don't want that pairing. I guess at least to be repeated like spread them out elsewhere or something like that. It's funny to me that they do that trying to be so locking key with that when the obvious fix evolve. This is just throw the show in January. I know there are alive reasons, they don't do that. But like the Oscars are now the biggest award show that is like the fourth version of this show. Right. We've seen it like, you know, the Golden Globes a critics choice awards the sag awards all happened within like a three week period. And then we wait like four weeks to see the exact same thing. It's like, okay. Like, I, you know, you're right. Like, I've seen my Rudolph and Amy Poehler a lot doing award show bits. I could imagine what that's going to be like, I could imagine what they're going to have Aquafina do and concentrate and probably even Daniel Craig will come out and be like, oh, the play the bond theme, and he'll be like here. I am you know, wacko chimes bond. It's just like. Maybe he'll do a bit with his elbow, right or something. Like that. Another thing we've seen recently. I think that was at the Golden Globes maybe where they did like an Instagram. Yes. Like all these things are done to death, and the and the movies are old Black Panther has been out for a year. So it's like how much is all of these things about the show and making the show better. Just move it up have it anywhere second. And that's it. Happy new year here the Oscars, and then we can forget about the urine film before. And just go to the new one. It's just as exhausting, and I feel like that is what they're missing here because you're right. Like, all these bits are things we've seen and care kind of like a I don't know like kind of mother, courage breakfast thing is that this. This whole little cottage industry has been built around this kind of thing this campaign, including stuff that that we've benefit from. So it's hard to kind of be like, I think that like from a purely, you know, utopian approach. Yes. Of course, we should move it up, and they are moving it up next year by two weeks, which will have probably detrimental effectively Peggy Segel's budget or like bottom line or whatever. But like and probably are too. I don't know. But like, I don't know. I maybe that maybe that move up two weeks will be a compromise. But this year really you feel that that length of the wait so long. I don't want to kneecap our own podcast. But I agree. Like, I've been thinking more and more like white isn't the just go. I like these just go first. And then maybe like the other war show can get even weirder. Because they're like, okay, you've already got an Oscar. But we're going to like give this person. This do you know, I like this idea that the other award shows are just precursors and all of this. I mean, it's what we talk about for months at a time. But and I think it's interesting because this gamesmanship, but anyway, let the was go first. Okay. We're going to give Emily blunt to sag awards. Exactly. So to speaking of movies that feel fresh and not a year old Richard just returned from Sundance can gave them the little dispatch from Park City last week. But you've seen a few more things since then. And I know you've got a piece up on dot com. That people can read to get a jump on their twenty twenty plus your thought because the Aussies is not long enough. I just like let's start talking about next. You're gonna win Richard boy. Well, the movie that won the dramatic competition. The the US dramatic competition, which is the sort of like palm door of Sundance was a movie called clemency which stars Alfie Woodard as a prison warden who has overseen. I think in the movie, it's thirteen executions..
"richard boy" Discussed on From da Bottom Episode's
"Man and you know you do have to say i'm gonna let you say the flow at the end but a right now as we always do give the inspirational quote and they're quote is there are no limits to what you can accomplish except limits you play on your own thinking that's how we do it like that yeah i wouldn't say original to get get careful though they gave you but once again thank y'all from rock and richard boys thanks again shut out the jr chantal the net worth all the listeners to everybody who shared we appreciate y'all remember there's no us without jal and have you feel i leave in the reveal of you listened to feel free it could be bad they can be good it don't matter but i'm let boo do the sign off jay on style do you know here the cabin jay area day hours later sounds like what did they say jay day go i.
"richard boy" Discussed on /Film Daily
"The past ten years and they've gotten tons of audiences in for this movie which requires at least you to watch like free to watch at least half of the other films is kind of amazing in that self but yeah it does he does make good points but i do think that the like you said the way that he approaches it is a little bit abrasive that you call it a season or comparative season finale of television because even has that cliffhanger the most seasons have xactly i mean like it felt kind of weird comparison but at some points i felt like i was watching an old episode of justice league like you know the justice league animated series i was like oh this feels like something that was like a set piece out of justice league unlimited or something like that which is not a bad thing to say it was something that i really enjoyed and kind of invoked this really the emotion out of me that i felt as a kid in terms of like what's going to happen next what we're all my favorite characters go and i think that's what the marvel cinematic universe does so well but i think as a movie and as a movie critic from richard boys perspective he has some good points okay i have one last thing i know we're going little bit long hair i wrote up this article of injures infinity war has a few mc you continuity errors let's pick them on the site which you can read now i'll link in the show notes i won't go over all of them but i wanted to get your thoughts on kind of the infinity gauntlet because i think.
"richard boy" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Oh i couldn't because netflix prohibited me you have to outsmart netflix and then my think says like oh you know like this the circle button and then it just fucked shucks where they trying to get you to watch that fucking robert redford jams you like old people doing things what are you fucking think is going to happen of course they're going to recommend that you're watching the bucket list that's why i spent the three dollars rented on amazon might have been stayed in ask shit got us a rich boy richard boy nobody in the credits it doesn't i rent movies off amazon no it doesn't say anything about any location it just says like thanks to the city of los angeles court a fucking green screen vaclav lots of jib jab artists working on this to not just the photo working tirelessly on the this is some of the fucking flat out worst listen we have i wish we could have a green screen factory like it's like it's a burgh everyone's just just putting fucking green to the mat or pop up green screen factor the green london bring bring jobs back to america it's like that border line purposeful look like almost twin peaks know it's fucking hi i'm in delaware sent that out in our text chain last night like this wayne's world green screen it's the first one is is the skydiving thing there in a plane and like i have to admit i so sad that i was tricked by oded they really sky dive and of course they did skeletons attack matab skydivers by the end of it you know what i think part of it is because it looks it actually looks this bad and i suspect it's a little bit of both we've got some green screening but we also have real skydiving footage with their faces computer.
"richard boy" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Yeah that's that's a total by l marie says after the gop gives up congress in november president trump will switch parties back to being a democrat by he's not no he won't officially switch parties but you know the he'll he himmy already heads talk half the time i mean he's never really changed i mean he just these malleable yeah he just seizes on moments and he knows that i mean that's what's he just knows that he's surrounded everywhere by soccer's he yeah so he just he continues to play us for fools but now he's not gonna fish that know that he would he would unduly leverage himself out of position to do things he wants to with republicans so he'll sell ryan will compete with obama in collecting one of the most lucrative this is from richard boys by the way ryan paul ryan will compete with obama and collecting one of the most lucrative political annuities in history i'm not totally sure what he means by that i think i know what he means by that i'm going to sell the amount of political influence and clout that obama has even now compared to paul ryan as sal yeah todd sappho says a mainline protestant denomination will have a conservative resurgence similar to the southern baptists in the nineteen seventies that's only happened once steve is pointed out on multiple occasions so i have to i have to be pessimistic inside with most of history here even though i would like to say yes i don't know which not done denomination that would be.