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"richard paul" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"I two interested in From unders carlsberg said the news. Today from sweden regarding kim nilsson foam ability and full thieving according to initial reports after the crush meeting was cancelled at nine about the elections Over in sweden. So is always you. Keep up with kim nielsen. Very very good rod or in a years since he wrote over can read some of the more come and say coach bryan and does Southern richard paul dave elliott's. It's evening all greater here. You talking about superb. Wolves win from monday nights with on what he will stop talking about twice as hard all over the moon. That the coming back says paul compton aveeno said richard hello sets. Simon is easy is equal high on the lead. Then yeah we have to kill him and brilliant so yeah i'll in paps. We'll talk a little bit about coming upcoming meetings. And for wolverhampton and for birmingham. This mass well kickoff with birmingham. Because that's going to be a grudge match birmingham jail car. Wash the rules the rules. We didn't make the rules And that worked against us plenty times before so you take them when they worked for you. It's just the look the draw it's going to be however much it certainly is a red car. Starts it before auden particularly raikov start the season but they've had a very very start to the season The big surprise from as being sculpted a tremendous of Driving against glasgow relatio- strengthened a little bit with The militia mentally and. yeah. I mean that that's a surprise. Buffet difficult to say where birmingham is it in. The pecking good. The moment. Maybe zuma much isn't it so one one one one home match mating quite while the wire including losing much just two points against red house should win at baruch on the up so which seems tall. Begun almost seems like another season giving. We stopped and started. He can't lawrence. Rogers said it's good news about came nelson. He's first team manager newport. Really nice lead. They gotta okay. Talking about birmingham starting next wednesday the thing to remember i think we can put the details up in the moment is as i understand it at the moment. There's still no walk him tickets. Which is a big problem so you make sure you get online at make. Sure you boy. Those tickets ice up. We really really need your support. In fact civil confinement. Be interesting to see. I the clubs. Copying regarding walking's tickets. And had i do it and so forth. Does your club walking's would love to know. Don't see many of them all on our walls on. Well that's interesting craig. smith says. Have you seen the news about coventry. The alternative plumbing application for the campaign group has been submitted to the.
"richard paul" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Excuse me so. A lot of people have been wondering. Why did you in bethany on follow each other on instagram. Good question followed me. And i was like well. Why don't wanna follow someone who doesn't follow me a friend so i just said okay. Well i don't. I don't even keep up with the there. You go smattering. you will not be. I'm big shot season two. Then i imagined when was last talk. Rejects okay she like. I don't know she does involve a lot of people. I'm kyle all. Can i ask you. Can i ask you a question. Kyle about another relationship that i've had questions about obsessed about puppy gate and i know how this all went down but have you and lisa talked after that whole thing went. Oh my god are you kidding me paul. We're going to have to gonna for this poll guard. I'll do a google search because every week there's there's circling each other in beverly hills. They keep showing up at the same restaurants. And it's a lot. It's a whole lot of stuff. But i'll summarize it and say no. They have not spoken. I think i need to get on my roller for this myself. There you yeah exactly exactly. Yeah by the way. i don't follow. Any of the house is on instagram. Because if i did it would be like a one hundred. It would be like fifty more people to follow ended. 'cause you can't follow all of you know so anyway. I told you you got in trouble. This say kyle. I said you really only want to follow some of us and not would get in trouble. Exactly be bad. Let's go back to the audience. The gentlemen in square number three on top rocco with the goatee. Hello sir hi hi. How are you good are you. You're kind of my question is for. Kyle your recent high kyle. You're recently reprised. Her role as lindsey wallace in halloween kills. What was it like going back to your roots or two years later. It was incredible. It was such a great experience of filming in north carolina. And doing i'm lee with jamie. Lee curtis again. After all of these years it was amazing. And i'm really excited even though it got pushed back a year because of the pandemic. It's going to be released this october in theater so it's really exciting. That's great that's gonna be a huge hit. Paul you're you're saying sorry. Go ahead kyle. You're seeing that. So he michael myers is did not die in that fire in the first one. That ankle myers back for hollowing. Kill jila wall. Paul your podcast. How did this get made is about terrible movies. Tammy from north. Carolina said in your opinion. What is the worst movie ever made. That hit it big. Oh that's a really haven't hit it. Big it's so rare. That's a big success. I would say. Look if you're gonna put it in this it's not so fun. But the transformer movies are just they're almost unwatchable but they make ten billion dollars. I mean i. But i mean if you're going to go with something that i feel like will bring like Will like bring me like happiness to you. Have to watch a movie Called the miami connection about a bunch of ninjas rock band who are stopping cocaine trafficking in orlando florida. That's a movie or tippi. Hedren chen her and her whole family in a movie about real. Lions attacking them called roar insane. Melanie griffith got mauled by a tiger. In this movie it's crazy. Wow those are some good. I'd like to throw forrest gump into the. Oh yeah you're right. Let's take down forrest gump. That movie is trash. We can admit it now right what i saw that movie and a screening and i was like. Oh my god poor tom. Hanks yeah there's so many of those. Oh my god. I want to thank kyle richards and paul scheer. The show is black monday sundays..
"richard paul" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Time for us to take take off our alternative identities. I'm i ball soi. Menendez pierre czyz. French but guest host who is going to employer download for anthem review. Best episodes of the podcast. All right enough enough of that. I go to pass the torch to michael michael. What is your ultimate at entertain. Hey nickerson is richard paul. Nobody wants that. i don't even want. That is my main booth zona much less much less than alternate one. Let me tell you about how i understand. I'm trying to think of what are the exact opposite. Thinks that michael ever says let me try. Let me tell you how. I understand courts and Great i am at all these different things polling true. That having children love him sports sports watching i did. I got richard. I'm ready meet. Ab sports. You're really good at watching sports. It's good well. I can be extended for ten weeks. A porthole sport. Because you'll be good. And holing if you take on richard. Are you going to talk about. How great yard cornhole. Because i don't remember that today. The only sport i know that i'm better than you corner push ups. I have the world record so there is no way you have the world record a quarter for ships. I pretty shirts me. Pretty.
Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 2
"Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation today. We'll hear more from Richard Paul Analysis from New Brunswick as he shares from his heart about the struggle. He had in putting his trust in. Jesus Christ and so what I did was I. Just LET THEM SING. And without turning the channel and before. I knew it I was weeping. My chair and I was crying tears coming down and I was talking to God saying Lord I I just I just would like to get my life straight if you can help me. And he kept saying you know if you'll just give your life to Jesus right where you're at. He said even in that little apartment where you're at or if you're in like I would just like. Wow that was kinda weird even in your little apartment number thinking US Rome. At of course he made a few other descriptions to in your hotel a few there. Wherever you're at he said Jesus could change your life and I remember thinking well I could use some of that for sure and anyhow he said I challenge you to get on your knees and just ask Jesus into your life and he'll change you right where you're at and before I knew it I was on my apartment floor on my knees and look up saying God. I need. Whatever he's talking about. I need that in my life and I sobbed and I. I said the centers prayer and I invited Jesus into my heart. I didn't know what had taken place I had no idea all I know. Is that before I get on my knees. I remember feeling like man. If some of my friends came in here they'd laugh their heads. I don't think I was crazy so I remember going over. I locked my apartment door and I shut the curtains and and here I was on my knees and here I was inviting Jesus into my life in here in the whole time being afraid and ashamed to what my friends would have thought about the whole ordeal in. Nobody thinks I was crazy or week. Or whatever on so I did and nothing happened. I remember feeling relieved. Remember feeling wow. That was neat but nothing happened. I still the same person you know. Of course by the next day I was maybe that night back to the same old routine cursing and swearing and whatever this went on from nineteen eighty six until nineteen ninety nine. The only difference was every time afterwards. I noticed that I would cry out to God when I'd get in drunks and when I'd get in trouble night by the time I was eighteen or nineteen hundred been locked up and put in jail a couple of times and and I remember all the time talking to God just like it. Did that day. God would you help me? I swear I'll serve? You wanted these days one of these days when I get things right. I'm GonNa give my life totally to you but the problem is and and I know we're all the same ways that the minute life started better that day or later and I started feeling good soon as you start feeling good right back to your old habits again over and over and over. This was a broken record. Thirteen years of my life in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. When I was introduced to cocaine those years were really bad. How is it drug addict drunk and you know what I I? My wife many times had to go looking for me. I just wouldn't come home and my mayor. She left me. This turmoil just went on and on and it went on and of course he keep a brave face. You try to make sure that everybody sees it. Everything's going okay. You know and you try to put on a brave face for everybody but inside. I was toward a pieces. My life was just hanging on by a thread. All these years went by and every time I'd get I'd get doing cocaine and I swore to myself I'd never do it again every time I did it. And then I'd say God if you help me get over this problem or give my life to you and through all those years my brain and my mind would always go back to that moment in my living room. Have my apartment on my knees. We've been giving my life to Jesus Christ then begin to doubt. I began to say that there was no god. I used to curse God. Like I'd say there you don't care about me you don't live. There is no god and then I got to the point where I just wouldn't believe there was a god. I would say you know this not true. My Life isn't made any change. Didn't change my life. He said that if I that preacher said if I get my life to Jesus he changed my life. My life is just getting progressively worse and worse and worse and so this went on. It was a thirteen year struggle with cocaine with my marriage. And you know what finally in Nineteen Ninety nine? My wife had left me four or five times and she began to re discover God. She began to look because she'd been raised Christian and she began to turn back towards God. She must have been hurting. I caused a lot of grief and a lot of pain and a lot of resentment anger. Through these years we had children and so what happened was in nineteen ninety nine after I had been out drinking and just doing coke and hanging out with my friends and just living up the party scene in nightclubs and I came home one morning and she was getting my oldest daughter ready for kindergartner grade. One I don't remember what it was and my son. Youngest one he was in the High Chair and he had food all he was smiling and this was about seven o'clock in the morning. I came home I was still high and drinking and and I could see that my wife had been crying or is are all red and Puffy and I knew that I was just being an idiot again and all of a sudden I was sitting there and I seen my kids with the innocent look in their face. Kinda just looking at me and I. If there's been atomic God spoke to me right there. He spoke and said what are you doing with your life. And what are you doing with this family that I've given you and it just struck me so hard and something rate then made me realize that I really had to turn my life around so she started going to church and I started getting angry about it. Nice night threatened her that if she continued to go to church that it was going to completely ruin our marriage and that. I wasn't going to have any part of it and just went on like that and and I don't know what happened but one Sunday Molly GonNa go with you this morning. If you don't mind she said well suit yourself. We haven't been getting along very well and as you can imagine that Sunday when preacher started to preach. I couldn't believe what he was telling me. I felt like I was the only one in that whole church and he was talking rate straight to me and I started to feel tremendous pressure in my life and I remember thinking. Wow it reminded me that morning in my apartment when I was watching this guy and TV. Sing and I started to feel those same feelings over again this anxiety and this wanting to leave and wanting to stay and I just can't explain it. I just had this anxious feeling and I started to feel like he was really talking to me and he was talking about my life and he was saying in towards the Andy said he said. I don't know why I'm saying this today. So don't usually get this way. But he began to weep and he said I just feel like. There's somebody here that needs to just quit running from God and give your life to him and surrender your life to Jesus. I thought to myself wherever I heard that before and I remember I hung onto the puny. I would ask you to come down here at the end and I like to stick around. Pray with you just like to give your life to him and I stood there sternly in my few Vij Lodge Church overnight left in a hurry but I couldn't deny something was talking to me that week following Sunday. Same thing we go to church. Music was great and going to the church. Same thing it course. In the meantime I'm still going out drinking and doing my thing and I'm there Sunday morning following Sunday at Church again and he starts speaking a different message completely totally was relating to me where I was and he started talking about my life describing not and I remember feeling anxious feeling and all the same thing God begin to talk to the God began to draw me it was like God was like a magnet news pulling me and pulling me pulling me and I was resisting and I I'd hang onto the Pew. I'd stop my feet standing. I'm not budget. I wanted to so bad but I was so afraid people would stare at me and I was afraid that there's probably three hundred people there and I didn't want everybody looking at me. I know the only native person in that church I know I was there might have been. I didn't know it then but there was another one there. I didn't I didn't realize I did know him. You know and but here I was and I just wouldn't go down pride and you know just just didn't want to go. I was actually afraid and ashamed and I didn't know what my people would think back home if I was a Christian and just a whole flood of feelings and questions so I went home and I remember the second week when I went home. Feeling guilty thinking. Why did not have the courage to go up there? Why would I have the courage to stand up? Not Stand up for me but for my family for my life and take charge of my life and let God completely rule. It
Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 1
"Stay good day. Welcome my friends to storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation as a little boy. Richard was introduced to getting high soon. Drugs and alcohol would control his life but he longed for something more he wondered if God was really real because he wanted to get his life turned around. My Name's Richard Paul and from the Saint Mary's reserve here in Fredericton. I'm analysis native from New Brunswick. I was born in Woodstock on Woodstock first nation and we moved here. I was just a little baby so I've pretty much been here my whole life and I knew I married. My wife is melody we have three kids anyway. I came to know Jesus Christ sometime in the late. Nineteen thousand nine through to early. Two thousand is a bit of a process for me because I had come from drug addiction and alcohol and I just when I came to Christ my life was was in turmoil. Hi I had a lot of good things in my life. That were positive. Had a good job I had. I just had a lot of good things. It really from the outside. Everything looked like it was pretty stable but on the inside I was. I was Iraq really I was just in my whole life was in turmoil since I was young. You know like I said I was born and raised here. Lived here on the reserve my whole life and ever since we were little kids just seemed always. I was always one of the kids that just seemed to. You know straight a bit and I got in trouble and you know starting back when I was probably seven or eight years old and anyway we we were always doing bad things and I remember as a little boy. We'd kind of always you know. We just typical living on a reserve right next to a city. We were always getting in trouble off the reserve. I remember as a little boy. A friend friend of mine. He was Actually I saw him sniffing glue or Sniffen Gas. I don't remember what it was introduced that to me when I was just a little boy and I don't think I could have been any more than eight or nine maybe ten and It kind of made me feel like you know it it. It made me feel good. I was brought up in an abusive home or anything like that. But you know I just felt like it kind of gave me a bit of an escape and I think it opened the door in my life that led to a life of turmoil and sin and just a whole bunch of things in my life. That weren't good and I think that was the doorway that opened up for me and by the time I was eleven or twelve hours smoking weed and and by the time I was thirteen. I really was a regular marijuana user and By the time I hit probably fourteen or fifteen I was drinking in the sixteen. I was a I was a problem drinker. It just accelerated that fast. I left home when I was seventeen or eighteen and moved into an apartment with a friend of mine and tried to go to university and that didn't pan out. Alcohol seemed to consume my whole world. That's all I cared about was drinking. And and by the time I was seventeen or eighteen. I had experimented with just about everything Doing acid and weed and alcohol. Every kind just pills speed everything. The only thing is in our neck of the woods down here. Cocaine was not a cocaine seemed to be like this. Hollywood drug that nobody heard about here. It was just kind of something you see on movies and in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Roughly around nineteen eighty nine. When I was I was twenty one or twenty two years old. I was introduced to cocaine. And it was just a just an occasional thing. I I did it in nineteen eighty nine hundred ninety. Nobody really was aware of cocaine around here. I had actually met up with a guy one night. And we were drinking and and he was with a relative of mine and he was a he was a cocaine dealer. And I didn't know it. And that was my introduction cocaine and is if I didn't already have enough problems this was introduced into my life and it completely consumed me from nineteen eighty nine up until nineteen ninety nine when I came to Christ and It it just you know. I can't even find the words to tell you what it did to my life. I just thank God that I didn't get addicted to heroin or things like that and I think in time that was just a matter of time before I would've been had Christ not come into my life in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but I need to back up a little bit because I I met my at the time. It was my girlfriend in nineteen eighty six and we started dating a little bit. And you know. I don't know if I was necessarily ready for a girlfriend at that time. But you know we we kinda went out a little bit not really dating. But kind of you know and and Anyway as the relationship progressed a you know met. Her parents and I discovered that her parents were Christian. People and I don't know why it was. I have no idea why but I had this big question mark about God i always wondered if God was real now. I always wondered at the time on. Tv there was a lot of television ministries. And I can think of one like this. One minister was always on there and I always wondered. Why are these people always so passionate about Jesus and about God and I just always thought that God had many faces and many different aspects to him and I? I didn't realize it you know because I really had no faith. I was brought up belonging to the church but I didn't go and you know God was not a big thing in my life. Religion wasn't church wasn't and Swanton met my girlfriend. I naturally I had this natural curious side about God I just remember I used to ask her about God and she would always kind of go. I don't know I don't why are you asking me this I i? I don't know I didn't know at the time. She was running from God herself anyway. We met up in our world just kind of collided in her world. Met My world and in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. We started a relationship that was you know it was pretty. It was pretty up down there from one thousand nine hundred six until I get saved in nineteen ninety nine. After I'd met her I was watching. Tv One Sunday morning. And as I've already stated I was a real problem drinker. I had a lot of head a lot of anger and a lot of things going on in my life that I really couldn't find answers to and Was watching one Sunday morning. I had a little apartment in a in an area of my city where I was living at the time and my little apartment had nothing in it. I just had a couch and the TV and add some curtains and that was basically it. I don't know if they got any furniture in the kitchen. Hardly had any had nothing and I was sitting on my couch on Sunday morning watching. Tv and we'd been drinking all weekend and half the week like we did every single week and drink and brings a lot of for me. It brought a lot of kind of mixed feelings after you know you. You ought to drunk for a little while you have these feelings of wanting to get your life straight and thinking you know like I should be like some of my friends and get on with my life is just not good in every time I kinda sober up and after the brakes when you're young it's not like some drunk that's been drinking for fifty years. That's different when you're young. You can kind of handle the abuse your body can take that abuse and so when you snap out of a drunk after three or four or five days. He you know physically. You're not you're not really down but emotionally and spiritually. I always felt really bad. Nice to think to myself I should try to get my life straightened out and of course. This was one Sunday morning. When I was feeling that way and I was flicking through the channels and I saw an evangelist on TV and as I was scrolling through the channels. He was singing in. I remember he was singing a song. I think it was called room at the Cross and I I saw him and I paused their for minute and I remember. I watched him and he was singing this song and and I remember feeling something in my in my heart thinking what is that. What is that feeling that? I'm feeling
"richard paul" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Or if it's rich Paul of its mark Bartle steams up in the northern suburbs as a billion good players just get somebody in the organization can help start to change this thing I'm gonna give you a shot because you hear the name Richard Paul you know it's connections in the NBA who knows the players better than a guy who's best friends with and business partners with the best player in the league lebron Chris Paul part Rainey is a rich Paul I'm sorry I'm gonna say shot him a shot what's the worst that can happen can they get much worse cap can I get much worse by the way Chris Miami made a couple moves right you like the movies at Miami may they added on they're trying to win would you say that's a fair statement yeah I mean they obviously have a really good team so they're trying to add to the team right now and trying to win a championship what a novel concept that is I do realize that they are looking at right now this summer twenty six million in room because they just extended it with dollar but they could stretch provision or trade Kelly Olympic or couple of the guys on the bench and would have enough to get Anthony Davis if he chooses to leave LA yeah keep waiting dot right the bulls are waiting for the off season to make a move big changes this offseason just keep wedding Recca what do you see what we think about the resolving I think I have any credibility and saying what I'm saying no you know I think this is the way many teams successful teams in the league have gone so I I think that there's something to all this I agree I'm not completely insane know your that's good you're right on to look at the Lakers did it their GM used to be an agent Kobe Bryant's agent now the Knicks are doing it well why would the bulls follow suit of what the current hot trend is the most notably Bob Myers with Golden State was an agent before he became the GM with Golden State Warriors so I mean the other great point yeah it's it's definitely the way the league is heading but again big changes for the bulls when we get to the off season everyone just just hang out and and we'll get there someday that I'm giving you sarcasm cap Bynum sticking with the Chicago Bulls yesterday coach Jim Boylen said of a major deal happening before the trade deadline for the bulls quote we have not talked in those terms as far as a big shake up or change in direction we have not talked in that way we have not end quote shot for no shot not having these conversations knows that deadline is fast approaching is malpractice on behalf of the Chicago Bulls organization shot it is malpractice but there's no shot that they would ever verbalize these discussions publicly so as a fan you have to understand that what I say it's always quiet as before the storm get correct doctors come in boys the storms come and that's what I keep trying to say that the storm is coming there is no chance no chance when they start looking in the seats and they go we've only got sixteen thousand here to make their seven thousand empty seats okay we got to do so got to darkest before the dawn dogs come there you go what's our next one Danny Kyle this one's really for you my good friend there was an infamous picture of you floating around after one of the games with you in the locker room not wearing too many articles of clothing actually none below the waist turned out that to recall on was the photographer of said picture shot radiography videographer shot or no shot you were ready to an almost pound him into the ground no shot what I ever have any animosity towards Tariq regarding my viral blockbuster appearance you find out saying I was also sure media at the time I was done on a hiatus I was dealing with the injury I was playing her I was in a tough spot as a lot of guys have I get on the bus after game in which I get humiliated by Matt I and I did this on a national international scale that audience saw that so I thought well the worst of it's over I guess is funny I get on the bus and I sit in the same seat in bus to every week every year and at the back seat across from the urinal and that's really all kinds of lines it's it's been that way since it's been that way and I'm walking back there Brad Sauer who isn't all time funny guy character one of my favorites made even the worst days funny I walk on he said David he's from Mississippi he went all Mrs said Dave you gotta get on Twitter ma'am and I said oh my god what did the Monday Night Football camera pick up that I call somebody something that I do something dirty to somebody and they picked it up and now Twitter it which as you know it happens in sports you never know it's going to play man you know so I get on the bus I say what happened I what I say you said now do it's your **** and then you get that look like okay there can be worse things that were freaking out about right and then you see the video and you say what can I have done better to prepare for this now to recall and god bless him he's an entertainer this younger generation loves a median interaction and instant gratification which is going live on Instagram and dealing with their fans and I get that that's part of building a brand I think to recall will never make the mistake again of letting his guard down an understanding that there are other people in the locker room he was the first person to apologize to me about it he handled it with class he said Kyle I'm so so so sorry he text me is on bus one I think and I just want to give my heart you know because I know how humiliated he was for me the one thing I can say is I'm comfortable in my own skin I've lost more weight and that was it was so cold in the locker room it was an accurate representation of what I look like Khalil Mack actually said I should probably sign up to do some sort of nude photography to better my projections for the future because it's just you know it was and it was an unfortunate case of events so everything worked out of everything's great we had more laughs than you can imagine about it Ted Larsen are are swing guard had a teacher made of a screen shot of it so it's to wreak in the front of me walking by but make it any put one of those big planet Mochis on it which was probably way too big and given me way too much credit but it was a fun thing I'm glad it's over and I think we all handle that well the only thing was the bears never reached out to me to do damage control never what I would assume on Holly well my first thought after laughing it up with my friends on the bus was my poor parents are going to see this video and my mom's gonna text me so the next day I get a text my dad I didn't reach out to them I just want to give it some time my dad says so I see you're somewhat of a film star call me love the a pretty good pretty good so no shot I'm gonna victory that's my guy Danny you're better man than I all right German let's move to baseball we all know baseball is a slow game many people have been pushing for it to have a quicker pace on top of that there's a cheating scandal with two World Series championship teams and now major market teams like the red Sox in the cubbies can't afford their own home grown star players like Kris Bryant in Mookie Betts so I ask you shot or no shot baseball is at an all time low when it comes to positive interest in the game yes shot that I think that's very well said Daniel look you've got a cheating scandal you've got Pete rose who's been out of the hall of fame discussions for god knows how long because he gambled now he wants to get back into it also should be all family I don't either a conversation week sorry that I don't disagree then you have all the nonsense going on with the luxury tax and with the vests in with that and yeah baseball hot so we quote we put a great tweet out the other day and listed all the crap going on in baseball in said how is any of this good for the sport it's not you know I think if we take out all the stuff and I forget which side shot no shot Amman but I think shot yeah it's we're at a low point baseball but I think a lot of that is tied into the fact that we're in the information age everybody's got a cell phone they can watch any game from their house at any given time they can comment interact with gurus on the internet you know there's head of white Sox scouting is on Twitter whether people know that or not there are people like this in that atmosphere which is social media so everybody's an expert also the joy of going to a game in the old school we used to go to the baseball game we used to enjoy that experience the sights the smells the sounds the cracks in the back I don't know if that's lost on this generation or not yet but I think we have an opportunity to rekindle that flame and get it back to that rustic feel of going to enjoy baseball games enjoying sports in person would you ever have interested in getting tickets sitting in the bleachers at Wrigley dragons of bears and just have a good day on a ninety degree summer day absolutely the blast so great I mean it's something I haven't done because of my schedule and I always made excuses about it but as I get older and I start to look at things with a different perspective there's gonna be a time I live where I can't go drink couple beers and watch a cubs game and that's the cool thing you have these opportunities go do stuff and sports are unfortunately taken a beating because of it you see in a NASCAR people are going to the races how can we implement this digital informational age and find a way to funnel everything to what made this stuff extremely popular which was seen things for the first time hearing things for the first time smelling things for the first time it's an incredible experience I love experiencing different things yeah different all right did you have any more yeah I know we've got to take next with a plain parity song for Kyle from the water would still be extraordinary parody song contest make sure we 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"richard paul" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Workers are hurting in my own state our neighbors in Wisconsin and Ohio Pennsylvania all over the country wages have stagnated while CEO pay has skyrocketed so when the president says the economy is strong my question is strong for home strong for the wealthy who are reaping rewards from tax cuts they don't need the American economy needs to be a different kind of strong song for the science teacher spending her own money to buy supplies for her classroom wrong for the single mom picking up extra hours so she can afford her daughter soccer cleats strong for the small business owner who has to make payroll at the end of the month Michigan invented the middle class so we now if the economy doesn't work for working people it just doesn't work who fights for working hard working Americans Democrats still in the US house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats passed a landmark bill on equal pay another bill to get thirty million Americans are raised by increasing the minimum wage and groundbreaking legislation finally give Medicare the power to negotiate lower drug prices for America's seniors and families those three bills and more than two hundred seventy five other bipartisan bills are just gathering dust on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stats senator McConnell Erica needs you to move those spells meanwhile Democrats across the country are getting things done Pennsylvania's governor Tom wolf is expanding the right to overtime pay Michigan is still if you're on the clock you deserve to get paid Nevada governor Steve says select North Carolina governor Roy Cooper a working to get hard working teachers race and speaking of the classroom Wisconsin governor Tony Iverson unilaterally increase school funding by sixty five million dollars last year in Colorado governor Richard Paul as having an active free all day kindergarten in twenty nine states we've helped pass minimum wage hikes in the law which will lift people out of poverty and improve lives for families that's strange bass action democracy takes action and that's why I'm so inspired by young people they respond to mass shootings demanding policies that make schools safer they react to a world that's literally on fire with fire in their bellies to push leaders to finally take action on climate change they take on a road filled with potholes with a shovel and some to it's what gives me great confidence in our future and it's why sometimes it feels like they're the adults in the room but it shouldn't have to be that way it's not their master clean up it's hours the choices we make today create their reality tomorrow young people I'm talking.
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"richard paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Base with baseness to debase bay. Audiences love Shakespeare in the park. That's rela. Jillian, by the way doing King Lear, nineteen Seventy-three, but it could be a slog for actors and here I'm putting on a play for you in. Okay. You big, and you don't dig it. If you wanna booming gray and I might bul back central park could be tough crowd back then in more ways than one. You're an actor max. She should be doing Shakespeare in the pot. Remember this? Woody Allen, and Tony Roberts and any hall did Shakespeare in the park max. I got mugged playing Richard the second two guys jackets, stole my Leotard Kenneth Taran wrote a book about the New York Shakespeare festival. He told this story on the full Shakespeare library Shakespeare limited podcast to Barbara vogue eighth about an actress named Brierley lead. They told me here. Whose direction. Play. She was tend to be very intense actress very into her parts. On my face and a torch fell off and it caught the tail end of her dress. And it was starting to catch fire. This was an during the death scene. Romeo's lying there. Dead Romeo's lying there dead. And he's also, unfortunately, the only person who's actually seeing that this is happening. You know, he finally said, well, something she was so into the part that she had no idea this was going on. So he leaps up and puts out the fire and then goes back to being dead. New Yorkers will tell you, they have the best outdoor Shakespeare, but it certainly not the only one there are four others in New York alone, including Shakespeare in the parking lot on the Lower East Side around the country. There are close to sixty outdoor Shakespeare festivals in venues, welcome to the forty eighth annual Colorado Shakespeare festival. Ladies and gentlemen arts, welcome to the Alabama Shakespeare festival goody from big ones like Shakespeare on the common in Boston teeny ones like the first folio Shakespeare festival in Brooklyn, New jersey. Welcome to the thirteenth season of the heart of America Shakespeare festival. We hope you enjoyed and welcome to the Hudson valley. Shakespeare festival's nineteenth season. And the proliferation of outdoor Shakespeare venues has created a special outdoor Shakespeare performance style revocable doom. Jeez. Scott Kaiser spent twenty seven seasons as director of voice and text at the Oregon Shakespeare festival. It's very unlike doing American realism in a small three hundred seat house where, you know, tears can run down your cheeks, and people understand what's going on in an outdoor space. You can't see minute muscular changes in the face. It's all reflected through voice through body. And so you need to move through space and reflect your acting choices through a full physical involvement and full vocal involvement. Die. Many times the apple was artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare festival from nineteen ninety five two thousand seven she says, for all the challenges of working this way, the advantages are clear indoors. It's a far more polite audience. They're more focused on the play's outdoors. You're really throwing it out there at them, and it produces a great deal of energy between the audience and the players. Good even use even gender that story was produced by Richard Paul, and originally appeared on Shakespeare unlimited, which is a podcast from the folder Shakespeare library. And that is it for this week show? But before we go, I got to tell you that we are about to take studio. Three sixty outdoors. I'm serious. We are doing a live taping of this show on Saturday afternoon June eighth on the high line in New York City. We'll have musicians and comedian and musical comedians and.
"richard paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Six. Wrote about the winter of our discontent. Oh, right. Shakespeare, Richard, the third act one scene one which is apt because for me and lots of other people going to see a Shakespeare play outdoors dust in the breezes, that is life made glorious summer. But how Shakespeare became such an American summer fixture is an interesting tale containing some sound and fury signifying lots tale told for us by Richard Paul. There was a time when you would have been arrested for watching Shakespeare in public. They ban theatre along with cockfighting and gambling horse racing all of those things, that's Heather Nathan's chair the performing arts department, at Tufts University, and she's talking about congress in seventeen seventy four congress banned theater. But even in seventeen seventy four the ban was part of a long, American tradition when Pennsylvania was first set up, Dr Nathan says they. Didn't allow theater the same thing happens with the Puritans in New England. They immediately say no theater. I'm not gonna get into all the details about why short version is Quakers Puritans believed that actors, I swear to God shot magic beams into the eyes and ears of spectators, that altered, the contents of their hearts, an actor could make your brain contract. And that's why you'd cry at play there's a longer explanation. But the important part is they really didn't want it going on even after science dispelled those ideas, even after the federal ban ended at the end of the revolutionary war. In theaters started opening, especially in the southern states are still a strong anti theatrical prejudice the carries over from older suspicions about the theater from the Puritans and Quakers Jay Cooke is a history, professor at the university of Michigan that with of impropriety, he says, makes the a particularly gendered space, the people who go to the theater. In the eighteen thirties, eighteen forties in places like New York Boston Philadelphia tended to be men in all those men attracted a certain kind of women, you'd find them had to Nathan says mostly in the balconies,.
"richard paul" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To the NBA. We have an all star break of our own. It's almost like spring break. Ainley Dan, Patrick. He's not here. Something's missing. But billion in a de ngelo Russell if you will replacing Dan Patrick come on. We didn't come to the game to see that Doug godly and Bill Gates. Good morning to you. The legend Bill Paschke. I'm just Doug Gottlieb. Diangelo Russel I liked that. There's a little de ngelo. Russell. He's got a great here. I'll start an advocate. Empty empty points hanging out guy Lakers. Actually, don't miss him. We can get into that discussion. If you want brought to you by AM driving performance. Well, there's a bunch to get to Bill. I actually think that maybe get to know. Well, I like capture Nick is being is being a jerk. No, no. I I want to get to want to get to Kenny G, and whether or not you thought it was a baller move for forced recon Kanye to hire. Kenny, gee, why would soom higher? Kenny G to come over and play a couple of songs or Kim Kardashian Restante Kaepernick, and Kenny G you in the same sentence. Thank you for that. And then of course, you've got the Anthony Davis discussion which his own current head coach called a dumpster fire last night after the pelicans end up beating the Oklahoma City thunder. And oh, yeah. By the way. There's there's the video of in the in the first half. Anthony, Davis blocks the shot, or this is horrible may have hurt his shoulder, and then gets into a gets an X Ray or MRI. And then leaves the building goes home doesn't come back. The video was him leaving the building with Richard Paul with rich. Paul escort him out of the building. Just like he escorted them trying to escort him away. From the pelicans, the optics were not good on that Rich Paul has done nothing. That makes any sense the last month that would make one thing that he knew what he was doing. Okay. You know what? I mean. Let's we'll start there. Let let let's start there because I do think that a lot of the a lot of all of these stories you bring in your own inherent bias. And I think it's I think it's only fair to live when you when when people parachute in everyone knows, Dan and the danettes and kind of if you listen to the Dan Patrick show, you kind of know where they stand on different topics because they've been around forever. But I don't think people know is for example, your before the Anthony Davis for the Colin Kaepernick before for these stories that we have today in the Colin Kaepernick story is reportedly asked for twenty million dollars to play in the af reveal said he. Actually asked for a bunch more that story just he he he just dropped. But we'll get to that. We'll get to that upcoming. Let me start with Anthony Davis. So you go back a couple of weeks ago, actually, go back a month ago month and a half ago. And there started to be kind of leaks about Anthony Davis. Wanting to be a Laker being ripped by Rich, Paul and the fact that he wouldn't sign that the two hundred forty million dollars extension. Go back a couple of weeks ago. And now the sudden there's all kinds of stories out there. Your reaction at that moment was what my first reaction was. I thought Rich Paul by coming out and saying that Anthony Davis wasn't gonna play with the pelicans put everybody in a difficult situation. My second reaction is an LA times. Sports. Columnist was go get a magic go get him. So I was on both sides of the thing. But I do think that I was stunned because we've never seen this before we've never seen an agent and actual somebody on the record not a source not some Twitter bomb, but an actual rely rely person speaking saying my guys not gonna play there, you might as well get rid of him. And I thought that put everybody in a difficult position, but Lita pelicans. And so that was my bias was Rich Paul was Trump was really trying to power play their boy this better work. I think the entire thing was a power play. I think they've tried to power play with Luke. I think they've tried to power play or did were Jeanie Buss shut that down. It's the coup d'etat. And so the like look this is by the way, this is what Phil Jackson said. What happens with the Brian James? You may not have liked the word posse. But this is what he warned you of why I don't like to wear posse. I mean, I call him why? Because these guys are brilliant businessmen. They are. That's what's so stunning. I Rich Paul acted so foolishly these these are his business. I thought he's brilliant brilliant businessman. Well, you just said, he's a brilliant Brightman screwed up. He's he overplayed he's nine years has been. I think he's hide. Lebron James is a Billy is a billionaire. I agree. Look LeBron James is an unbelievable brand. And he has done. He has done some amazing things brand got to be where it was because he's a great place or not a pasta. These guys were business associates of is these guys are smart business associates of his they're not bigger than the Lakers, which they found out this week. What's that? You're like giving him credit for like LeBron James look money makes money, and is is we've seen lose lose everything or be worth look. I again, I agree with you in that LeBron has handled himself. There's never been an there's never been anything off the basketball floor to derail his nothing. Right. And that is and then he's been with a couple of exceptions on the basketball court remarkably successful. But like, I don't think it's because of the advice of Rich, Paul. I don't understand the idea. Like, why is he this is a little bit of the Magic Johnson. Magic Johnson gets credit for being a billion businessman like is. He yes, actually, he is. Or is he because he's Magic Johnson. No, this if that worked and how come eighty percent NFL players were Bank robbers after their careers, Ortho. No that doesn't it doesn't always go hand in hand, you know, as well as I do. Businessman. Hold on is is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar brilliant guy. Absolutely. Okay. He lose all his he lose all his money. I think he he lost all his money. Got it. All back Niang it all back. He lost. There's career at one time lost all his money because he was with a financial advisor only. Okay. So then LeBron James doesn't lose money because with financial people who are smart, and you're not giving them credit. The Rich Paul is not a financial guy. He doesn't. But they're they're all involved in that. No, I. I'm not a big fan and LeBron right now. Okay. And I've been on record saying that. But you've got to give credit to his business associates his business. His brand is unbelievable. I ag-. I agree. But but having guys and look part of it is to some people posses a loaded word. It is me. It's not it's just not posses a group positive Jackson used it deroga-. He he knew what he was doing. He said, I know Phil Phil's another smart guy. Right. This is that's all news. But he knew what he's doing. He said it. Okay. But he's he's not wrong. They they come in. And they hijacked the process. That's what they do. And they all they enrich the process. Look what he's done I understand. But they hijack who. Well, I mean look at what? What happened in Cleveland? Like, look if we really want to look at Cleveland was it a success because they one. Yes. Yes. Yes. It was. But but hold on they they had they had Kyrie Irving not yet in his prime. They went out and traded the number one pick because they tanked to get Kevin love they won an NBA championship. And what happened afterwards it? What happened afterwards was is what always championship? No, no. It doesn't always happen. Not not right away. The Brown James wanted to trade for Chris Paul because he's his buddy. And you know, the LeBron James wasn't. You know, wasn't happy with how he was coach. He's never happy with how he's coached. And they. Lebron jeans brilliant business associate Rich, Paul got got Tristan Thompson and JR Smith his clients overpaid. But that locked up the Cleveland cavalier take back to the NBA finals again. Yeah. Of course, they. Would take that in a heartbeat. I understand but they're in the eastern. You don't think boss? You don't think Boston was in Boston was inferior to last year when they beat them in the game. Oh, absolutely. I told you this really beat him in the Boston Garden, they didn't have Kyrie Irving or do. You know, the starting. What was the starting lineup for the Boston Celtics in that game? Like, we make it out. Like there was some miracle that Cleveland one they had LeBron and Kevin love and they came to the night. But I'm just saying you can't say LeBron just destroy Cleveland. Yes. He did let how did he win a championship there? I did. I'll take you know, he he can destroy LA. All you went to the championship. Here a championship. What what are you talking about? Well, why are we playing anything beyond that beyond the ring? It's about the ring. Well, it's it is is about the ring. But but at at what cost at what price paradise. That's that's really the question there is paradise Cleveland in paradise us that the same the same thought. That's that's makes it worth it. Well, look, my my thing has always been I do think the I think there's a lot. There's there's way more good than there is bad with LeBron. And with his guys you want to say his crew, that's fine. Recruiter is bad. No, it's dad. Yes. It is Bill. Just stop it. Stop being that guy that you want to use every word and make it some negative connotation crew group of guys how you roll your all deep. You have you Jeff Bezos has a crew. Yes. You think Howard short as a crew they have a business associates. I. We have a team, but they have up saying you don't use those words for Jeff Bezos. I've never heard anybody Basil's in his crew rolling in here to the Amazon business a boardroom. No, you no, you don't. Of course, you do if you haven't crew you say his team unless I have his team his group of business associates there. Okay. So. There homeys. That's there's no it doesn't have to be. If you wanna take every word and make it in. But this is do, but this is a do you become the guy who's who's who's who's everything is not offensive? It's just not K. There's no offensiveness to it. Rich Paul did not have. He's he's mishandling this thing. Because he thinks he's more powerful than he really is. That's pretty obvious. And he's. The only powerful because his best friend is LeBron James. That's it. He's not powerful in on its himself. He's powerful you. Lebron James would have dumped him if he thought he wouldn't do too many good now because the Brian James is super loyal because they they are they are that close of friends. That's one of the good things about the brunch. Lebron James smart. I don't know that he could on his own do what he's built without his team. I just don't know. He could have done it. Absolutely could have done. I absolutely. I don't I don't think. Okay. So look the point here on that one. The the point is Bill Plaski Doug Gottlieb in for Dan and the danettes, but Richard this was a power play. Correct. Correct. And so far it has failed miserably. And so we're left with take a listen to this comment. This is Alvin gentry who by the way, and you can tell me if I'm wrong as respected a guy as there is in the NBA, maybe not the greatest head coach in the world, but respected a guy. Apparently, I love avenue a the clippers. I love. The media loves the fans love me as I would say, he's among the top ten most respected people of any the NBA. Okay. Absolutely. Let's let's see if he's happy with Rich Paul to tell.
"richard paul" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"So this, and this is why I think it would be more intriguing is that was there some type of. Was an electrical activity. It was this atmospheric. Was this something about that? Particular building Ken, these rips and space time, generated offficially and just imagine what would happen if a group of people or a species or whatever else possessed that type of technology that they understood how to create rips and spice time, and you could alter the outcome of time, you could alter the outcome of different dimensions. You could alter the outcome of essentially civilization. And I found this one particular story, which really does defy belief. But I want included, Hugh because it's just truly strange. Of course, I don't wanna judge a book by its color, and this book does have a drawing of Eleonora. It's very poultry of an alien only cover, but the book is called the second Oswald. It's written by Richard Paul is that an alien it looks like a circle Brown. It's on top of an oblong shaped wearing a daily coal that a drawing. I don't I don't know what it is. And I haven't read the whole book. So I'm not exactly sure what the argument is that he's making. But I believe from the title of the remember you asking me to buy that full you the other day. Why I want to include this goes back to what I was just saying imagine if there were a group of people that knew how to travel between dimensions that could do it all relates to the assassination of John F Kennedy and the allegation that there was a highly technologically advanced while there was a Lee Harvey Oswald in possession of a highly technologically advanced weapon that was used hit. Just before the assassination of Kennedy in a shooting range in Texas. So this story comes back, and we'll say, okay. So this story comes back. There was a dentist while the name of harm Abboud, and he was with his son. Now that was shooting next to Lee Harvey Oswald was sure there was they know who he was at the time. It was only Allah. Yeah. I saw him in the papers, and in the media TV and whatever else that the knew who he was. But the reason why they remembered him so well because this man was shooting at these targets, and he was hitting every single one even when he wasn't pointing the gun directly at the target. So it seems like whatever this gone was it seemed to have some homing type ability on the bullets, but he wasn't firing bullets. They claim that this thing was firing bowls of file he says every time that he shot a bowl of fi came out of the barrel. Every time and the marksman was shooting bulls is he wasn't missing. So he's shooting. This highly conspicuous highly. Secret, exotic technology at some public shooting. Right. Well, apparently the gun was described as being like a Cobb. I'd or something like that. But it seemed to be mortified so it still look like it was along the lines of a weapon that you didn't look like a phaser rifle from Star Trek. It's still look like a conventional weapon, but it was modified, and what it was firing seemed to be more exotic. Now, the reason why this came up though, is that the commission that was investigating the assassination of Kennedy actually had enough reports coming in that people Seoul Lee Harvey Oswald. It wasn't just home, and he son all the people this range and in the area at the time that all sorely havi Oswald that was there. So apparently, it definitely was him. But the problem was the report actually says insists there is actually other evidence which prevents the commission from reaching the conclusion that that was the real Lee Harvey Oswald. The reason being is that they had confirmed that Lee Harvey Oswald was actually. In Mexico City at the time that the witnesses reported seeing him on top of that the Lee Harvey Oswald possess this strange weapon was seen driving a car whereas Leon Cadillac. I know is that it was it wasn't reportable the call was. But apparently havi didn't have didn't drive. So we've got a ganger with exotic technology. It's a crazy crazy store, and the fact that enough people that, you know, just general members of the public that are not prone to making up stories when yeah can happen..
"richard paul" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Can make us anxious. And that tells us as much as the headlines themselves notes on a nervous planet, I met. Hey. with you. This is this is very interesting. I'm gonna like this tweet here from James SilverStone woman. Pose video of maga-, boys. These the the kids from Covington Catholic who were in in Washington DC for the for the antiabortion deny women abortions rally and March, and then we're harassing the native American elder woman has posted video allegedly of the covenant Catholic boys harassing her and her friends before the incident with the native Americans. These guys are really into their maga- thing, you know. Amazing Mark in Janesville, Wisconsin. Hey, mark. What's on your mind? All I think you've pretty much answered all the questions for Trump and Republicans. I mean, they use each other Trump's worried about the Russian and Republicans, you know, they destroyed advance auto ARCHE, lower taxes, less regulation. They don't care about workers. They basically he dropped dead. Yeah. All about making money. They're mostly nurses, social pass. I believe that. Yeah. I agree. I better big brother five over to do you posted? A thing is saying time to quit calling to shut down. This is a lockout. Yeah. They they don't care. They don't they don't care anymore. Both the the poor white guy or middle-class black LGBT. They don't care. Yeah. It's all about rich white guys. Got it. Thank you. Mark wilson. Thanks for listening. WMD are there in Janesville Steve in Bellingham, Washington? Hey, steve. What's up? Hey, tom. I'm big fan. I just wanted to tell you what you were saying before about how this whole shutdown. Libertarian dream. I totally agree. I and I thought that for several days now, I, but to to kind of put it in different words, though, the way I see this is this is kind of like the ultimate cash right now of weather government is necessary or not. There's a lot more riding on this shutdown than I think most people realize we're very close to losing democracy. I think we've already largely lost democracy. We have elections being decided by and large based on which oligarchy which industry puts the most money beyond which candidates. But the the idea of losing our Republic a Democratic Republic. I think the I I'm guessing that's really what you're trying to say Steve were on the edge of losing that I think that's absolutely true. Yes. Thank you for. Okay. Thanks a lot. Steve good to hear from you. Jerry and Rochester, Washington. Hey, jerry. What's up? Yeah. Tom, I agree with you on one hundred percent about oligarchs in this country getting together to you know, and I think the plan was hatched before the shut down. Okay. There's certain environmental pressure or certain after the Democrats got the house. It's more pressure on these or darks. They gotta make their move. And I think maybe even have gone international. Thanks. Yeah. No. I think you're right, Jerry. And I think that you're seeing this kind of stuff happening in countries all over the world. Well, said Ken in New Mexico. My saying that right. Can yes. Hey, what's up? Well, I have an idea that's a little different. I believe that Trump is actually setting up to do martial law. That's why he's so completely insisted on having the wall because it'll keep us in. And also, I think that's why he did that phone thing where everybody got a call from him. So he could announce it so everybody know they were under the thumb is right. The emergency. The emergency alert thing. Proclamation where if he's going to do that for a state of the union that could be, but hopefully, it won't have a state of the union. So here's the question can if if the goal the Donald Trump is driving toward is martial law. Why? To take over the trust funds for the once they've been trying to raid social security Medicare to try to make every single solitary thing for profit. So this is basically on behalf of the billionaire class that Trump at least claims to be a member of. Yeah. Yeah. I agree with that claims to be. Yeah. This guy's a BS artists going way way back can't, thanks. Thanks for your contribution to the to the dialogue Ray in Seattle. Hey, what's up? Thanks for taking my call. Sure. What do you think? Oh, well, you know, I. Mentioned earlier that the government shutdown is tripping us of our. Protection by cutting for shutting down the FDA. Not essay IRS judiciary. Is there way to tie it security the president's security detail into their way to tie the secret service agents who protect the president are not being paid right now. But they're still working just like the FBI guys. In fact, the FBI reports that there have been virtually no sickens, and these these people, I think know, when you I have a friend when we lived in Washington DC guy worked with me on the TV show who really really he was in the control room really really wanted to be an FBI agent. You know, he he had spent much of his life trying to become an FBI agent, and he just couldn't quite make it, and, but he he was down at the FBI applying for jobs, and this and that and the other thing, and what I really got is that, you know, by the time somebody actually gets to be an FBI agent. They have put an enormous amount of their lives into that it becomes part of their identity. And and so, you know, which is a very different thing than you know. Hey, I'm a clerk at the department of commerce, you know, and I push paper though. So I think it's going to take a lot more time for Donald Trump to destroy the morale at the FBI, but he's he's certainly trying and. And I think the same is probably true the secret service as well that these are kind of high status jobs as well as high level of commitment jobs, but don't put anything past Donald Trump. Thanks for the call, Bob and Taloqan, Oklahoma. Hey, what's up? Just wanna key in here. Our our strategy. Ability. Right. I thought Bob I broadly. I agree with you. But your phone is breaking up really badly. It's not it's not gonna work you're gonna have to call back. And we'll we'll do it. Another time. Richard in alamosa, Colorado, Richard what's up? Yes. Thank you for taking my call. And you have wonderful people that answering your phones where your your sure is great. Yeah. I'm a I'm a social capitalist. We could have capitalism, but be a little kinder this. I think if we spent a good solid percentage of our military budget, and maybe employed to the military to feed clued in house. The people of the world, we wouldn't need a military afterwards. Everybody would love us. What if we legalize drugs and gave a billion dollars a seeds cannabis, poppy? And and coca see seeds to the Central American and South American countries that could produce. Cannabis. I think they'd be better off vegetable seeds, Richard. I get what you're saying that the Marshall plan did more good for us basically than World War Two. Well, I actually shouldn't say more good. I mean, taking out Hitler was a really really important thing in a really big deal. But ultimately, if you don't win the hearts and minds of people the difference between the way, the World War Two resolved and the way the taking down Saddam Hussein in Iraq or or Qaddafi in Libya or the Taliban in Afghanistan. The difference in how those things resolved had to do with the Marshall plan. It had to do with rebuilding giving people something to an hour being you giving giving something to them to live for an hour being the ones who facilitated that is that the essence of what you're saying, Richard, exactly. And and really ending. This war on drugs is a key component to not needing a wall on the southern border. If you make the country, south of our nation, more livable than they won't wanna come up here. I've worked with guys that spend nine months away from their family to try and make a living in the United States and construction and they hate being away from their family for that time. These guys could you know, we could we could have reverse migration in this country. If we made things more livable in Mexico unders that's happening. Actually Mexico's economy all Mexico's countries you've messed up. Yeah. Mexico's economy has been improving, and you know now. Got a guy who's kind of like Bernie Sanders says their president, and they're they're putting their country back together. Migration from Mexico to the United States has been a negative number for a decade. Now. More more Mexican citizens who are who have been living at work in the United States are leaving the United States to go back to Mexico, then are Mexicans coming into the United States is the problem that Trump is trying to get us all to freak out about and hate. These people is people who are fleeing as you as you point out, Richard who are fleeing these repressive regimes, and and dysfunctional, governments endures Guatemala, El Salvador, in all three cases, governments that are screwed up because of what Reagan did back in the eighties with Iran contra, so spot on I'm with you Richard Paul in Wheaton, Illinois. Hey, Paul what's up? Paul W CPT Jimmy. Oh, jim. I'm sorry. Yes. Jim. I'm sorry. Yes. Tom everything that you said, it's I believe spot on except for the obviously why is he doing this? Well, I think we're giving char Trump too much credit. He is not he's a smart man, and and political theater, but he's not as smart guy. I this is a he is owned a wholly owned subsidiary of Putin. He owes them entirely hit since late eighties, and you can funnel that into the top of the GOP to why Mitch McConnell silent. Why Paul Ryan retiring all accepted money from the NRA, which has been huddled? Russian Augert money funneled through the NRA. They're all owned.
"richard paul" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And then at seven o'clock on fresh air. Jason resign is the cast. He was accused of being a spy while reporting in Iran. The title of his memoir is prisoner. And I hope you'll stay with us for fresh air coming up at seven here on San Francisco in K north highlands, Sacramento. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. Not great news for Google at a French yesterday. The search company that's really an advertising data company has been hit with a fifty seven million dollar fine for failing to be transparent about privacy guidelines. It's the first time an individual European Union country has invoked the general data protection regulation. If you remember that went into effect last year. Anyway in absolute terms, fifty seven million dollars is a boatload of money for Google though. Fifty seven million dollars is a vanishingly small fraction of a boatload. So marketplace's looked into what kind of find might actually get a company like that to pay attention for a bit of perspective. Let's say you earn an annual salary of fifty thousand dollars. The find Google has been asked to pay is the equivalent of twenty five bucks, Google that kind of change in the laundry every month and often is a professor of media studies at the university of Virginia and is author of books that have been critical of Google and Facebook, he says a couple of things need to happen to make these punishments. More effective one defined should be in the billions and millions. But beyond that, we really need a regulatory structure that takes the problems of the abuse of personal data. Seriously, biting off and says part of the problem is that it's not just Google and Facebook whose businesses stand to lose from stricter data regulation, AT and T rising and Comcast are all in the same boat. Their business models are also based on obtaining in selling your data. So all of those companies Google included have an interest in making sure regulations don't adversely affect their bottom lines. Joel Richard Paul teaches law at the university of California Hastings in San Francisco. He says these companies make so much money from user data that until fines get high enough. They're unlikely to have an incentive to to change that business model, but he says there's another factor at play even when a fine is relatively small. That's really the reputational damage. Paul says this European fine could act as a signal to consumers that what these company. These are doing isn't good and Google Facebook. And others are more worried about losing users and their data than they are about fines. I need for marketplace. A quick follow up now to our story last week about mobile payments in the Chinese economy. Some of you had a hard time believing something that are Shanghai. Correspondent Jennifer packs it here's the bottom talking about mobile payment has exploded in China way. More than in the US Americans use mobile payment for more than one hundred billion dollars worth of transactions in two thousand sixteen but that same year in China. We're talking about twenty three trillion dollars your objections went like this. Basically China's GDP that year two thousand sixteen wasn't even twelve trillion dollars. How can mobile payments be nearly twice that not only can they can they it turns out we actually under reported the dollar amount of mobile transactions in China in two thousand sixteen Jennifer has the explanation at marketplace dot ORG coming up tomorrow on the marketplace morning report, by the way, how about a little taste of global. Economic elitism with your morning coffee. How about that the World Economic Forum in Davos is on? Last friday. The.
"richard paul" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. Not great news for Google out of France yesterday. The search company that's really an advertising data company has been hit with a fifty seven million dollar fine for failing to be transparent about privacy guidelines. It's the first time an individual European Union country has invoked the general data protection regulation. If you remember that went into effect last year. Anyway in absolute terms, fifty seven million dollars is a boatload of money for Google though. Fifty seven million dollars is a vanishingly small fraction of a boatload. So marketplaces and looked into what kind of find might actually get a company like that debate attention for a bit of perspective. Let's say you earn an annual salary of fifty thousand dollars the fine. Google has been asked to pay is the equivalent of twenty five bucks Google that kind of change in the laundry every month. Cd and often is a professor of media studies at the university of Virginia, and is author of books that have been critical of Google and Facebook, he says a couple of things need to happen to make these punishments more effective one defined should be in the billions and not the millions. But beyond that, we really need a regulatory structure that takes the problems of the abuse of personal data. Seriously, biting off and says part of the problem is that it's not just Google and Facebook whose businesses stand to lose from stricter data regulation, AT and T Verizon and Comcast are all in the same boat. Their business models are also based on obtaining in selling your data. So all of those companies Google included have interest in making sure regulations don't adversely affect their bottom lines. Joe Richard Paul teaches law at the university of California Hastings in San Francisco. He says these companies make so much money from user data that until fines get high enough. They're unlikely to have an incentive to to change that business model, but he says there's enough. Another factor at play even when a fine is relatively small. That's really the reputational damage. Paul says this European fine could act as a signal to consumers that what these companies are doing isn't good and Google Facebook and others are more worried about losing users and their data than they are about fines. I mean dealer for marketplace. A quick follow up now to our story last week about mobile payments in the Chinese economy. Some of you had a hard time believing something that are Shanghai. Correspondent Jennifer packs said here's the bottom talking about mobile payment has exploded in China way. More than in the US Americans use mobile payment for more than one hundred billion dollars worth of transactions in two thousand sixteen but that same year in China. We're talking about twenty three trillion dollars your objections went like this. Basically China's GDP that year two thousand sixteen wasn't even twelve trillion dollars. How can mobile payments be nearly twice that not only can they can they turns out we actually under reported the dollar amount of mobile transactions. In China in two thousand sixteen Jennifer has explanation at marketplace dot ORG coming up tomorrow on the marketplace morning report, by the way, how about a little taste of global economic elitism with your morning coffee. How about that the World Economic Forum in Davos is on? Last friday. The White House announced.
"richard paul" Discussed on KCRW
"Models are also based on obtaining and selling your data. So all of those companies Google included have an interest in making sure regulations don't adversely affect their bottom lines. Joel Richard Paul teaches law at the university of California Hastings in San Francisco. He says these companies make so much money from user data that until fines get high enough. They're unlikely to have an incentive to. To change that business model, but he says there's another factor at play even when a fine is relatively small. That's really the reputational damage. Paul says this European fine could act as a signal to consumers that what these companies are doing isn't good and Google Facebook and others are more worried about losing users and their data than they are about fines. I mean dealer for marketplace. A quick follow up now to our story last week about mobile payments in the Chinese economy. Some of you had a hard time believing something that are Shanghai. Correspondent Jennifer pack said here's Barton talking about mobile payment has exploded in China way. More than in the US Americans use mobile payment for more than one hundred billion dollars worth of transactions in two thousand sixteen but that same year in China. We're talking about twenty three trillion dollars your objections went like this. Basically, China's GDP that your two thousand sixteen wasn't even twelve trillion dollars. How can mobile payments be nearly twice that not only can they can they it turns out we actually under reported the dollar amount of mobile transactions in China in two thousand sixteen Jennifer has the explanation at marketplace dot ORG coming up tomorrow on the marketplace morning report, by the way, how about a little taste of global economic elitism with your morning coffee. How about that the World Economic Forum in Davos is on? Last friday. The White House announced President Trump is.
"richard paul" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And then at four thirty on all things considered Senator KOMO Harris is running for president as a progressive. But she carries political baggage from her time as California's attorney general a report on here is his back story is coming up in the first segment of all things considered. The program starts at four thirty here on kqed public radio. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. Not great news for Google at a French yesterday. The search company that's really an advertising and data company has been hit with a fifty seven million dollar fine for failing to be transparent about privacy guidelines. It's the first time an individual European Union country is invoked the general data protection regulation. The GDP are in my remember remember them that went into effect last year. I guess it's one right singular regulation anyway. In absolute terms. Fifty seven million dollars is a boatload of money for Google though. Fifty seven million dollars is a vanishingly small fraction of a boatload. So marketplace's into your looked into what kind of fine might actually get a company like that to pay attention for a bit of perspective. Let's say you earn an annual salary of fifty thousand dollars. The find Google has been asked to pay is the equivalent of twenty five bucks. Google. Change in the laundry every month. Often is a professor of media studies at the university of Virginia and is author of books that have been critical of Google and Facebook, he says a couple of things need to happen to make these punishments more effective one defined should be in the billions and not the millions. But beyond that, we really need a regulatory structure that takes the problems of the abuse of personal data. Seriously, biting off and says part of the problem is that it's not just Google and Facebook whose businesses stand to lose from stricter data regulation, AT and T Verizon and Comcast are all in the same boat. Their business models are also based on obtaining in selling your data. So all of those companies Google included have an interest in making sure regulations don't adversely affect their bottom lines. Joel Richard Paul teaches law at the university of California Hastings in San Francisco. He says these companies make so much money from user data that until fines get high enough. They're unlikely to have an incentive to to change the business model, but he says there's enough. Another factor at play even when a fine is relatively small. That's really the reputational damage. Paul says this European fine could act as a signal to consumers that these companies are doing isn't good and Google Facebook and others are more worried about losing users and their data than they are about fines. I mean dealer for marketplace. A quick follow up now to our story last week about mobile payments in the Chinese economy. Some of you had a hard time believing something that are Shanghai. Correspondent Jennifer pack said here's the bottom talking about mobile payment has exploded in China way. More than in the US Americans use mobile payment for more than one hundred billion dollars worth of transactions in two thousand sixteen but that same year in China. We're talking about twenty three trillion dollars your objections went like this. Basically, China's GDP that your two thousand sixteen wasn't even twelve trillion dollars. How can mobile payments be nearly twice that not only can they can they it turns out we actually under reported the dollar amount of mobile transactions in China in two thousand sixteen Jennifer has the explanation at marketplace dot ORG coming up tomorrow on the marketplace morning report, by the way, how about a little taste of global economic elitism with your morning coffee. How about that the World Economic Forum in Davos is on? Last friday. The White House.
"richard paul" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"All of it on WNYC the daily lives. So at the intersection of culture, and the culture on the next all of it top chef runner-up, Shirley Chung the Beijing. Born chef and restaurant row has a new cookbook out celebrating Chinese heritage cooking. Plus Stephanie land on her new memoir made artwork. Low pay the mothers will to survive all of it. Weekdays at noon on WNYC. You're listening to marketplace on WNYC coming up next. It's all things considered on day. Thirty two of the government shutdown complete update and much more of the day's news coming up next right here on WNYC. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. Not great news for Google at a French yesterday. The search company that's really an advertising and data company has been hit with a fifty seven million dollar fine for failing to be transparent about privacy guidelines. It's the first time an individual European Union country has invoked the general data protection regulation. If you remember that went into effect last year. Anyway in absolute terms, fifty seven million dollars is a boatload of money for Google though. Fifty seven million dollars is a vanishingly small fraction of a boatload. So marketplace's you looked into what kind of fine might actually get a company like that to pay attention for a bit of perspective. Let's say you earn an annual salary of fifty thousand dollars fine. Google has been asked to pay is the equivalent of twenty five bucks Google that kind of in the laundry every month. See dividing often is a professor of media studies at the university of Virginia and is author of books that have been critical of Google and Facebook, he says a couple of things need to happen to make these punishments more effective one defined should be in the billions and not the millions. But beyond that, we really need a regulatory structure that takes the problems of the abuse of personal data. Seriously, fighting often says part of the problem is that it's not just Google and Facebook whose businesses stand to lose from stricter data regulation, AT and T Verizon and Comcast all in the same boat. Their business models are also based on obtaining in selling your data. So all of those companies Google included have an interest in making sure regulations don't adversely affect their bottom lines. Joel Richard Paul teaches law at the university of California Hastings in San Francisco. He says these companies make so much money from user data that until fines get high enough. They're unlikely to have an incentive to to change that business model, but he says there's enough. Another factor. Play even when a fine is relatively small. That's really the reputational damage. Paul says this European fine could act as a signal to consumers that what these companies are doing isn't good and Google Facebook and others are more worried about losing users and their data than they are about fines. I mean dealer for marketplace. A quick follow up now to our story last week about mobile payments in the Chinese economy. Some of you had a hard time believing something that are Shanghai. Correspondent Jennifer packs, it here's the bottom talking about mobile payment has exploded in China way, more than in the US Americans use mobile payment for more than one hundred billion dollars worth of transactions in two thousand sixteen but that senior in China, we're talking about twenty three trillion dollars your objections went like this. Basically, China's GDP that your two thousand sixteen wasn't even twelve trillion dollars. How can mobile payments be nearly twice that not only can they can they it turns out we actually under reported the dollar amount of mobile transactions. In China in two thousand sixteen Jennifer has the explanation at marketplace dot ORG coming up tomorrow on the marketplace morning report, by the way, how about a little taste of global economic elitism with your morning coffee. How about that the World Economic Forum in Davos is on? Last friday. The White House announced.
"richard paul" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Thirty five to go first half that we Rutgers ball out of this media timeout twelve twelve are score the Wildcats after turnover play I four minutes settled down a bit no turnovers over the last four minutes. They have managed to tide came after drilling. Early seven to nothing lead by Dirk part with four about these numbers. Joey it his career against Rutgers Derek party five games as sixty eight percent of his field goal attempts. He's averaged ten point two points, eight points, six rebounds, three blocks up all game. Of course, it helps that he had a game in there with eight watched shots. Rutgers. I'm hoping he missed the boss. That's about the best way to handle it. I think what I've really been impressed with north western after the turnover is how hard they're pushing the basketball Derek got the dunk because of the push in the basketball created some help. So addictive. Continue to push the bat. Don't let Rutgers defense get set. But when it did they turned it over, but pushing the basketball been a little bit of Derek part gets a breather. And a ferret Benson comes in. Also ended the ball game. As Miller top. The freshmen who started the first sixteen games came off the bench for the first time on Sunday night at Michigan had eight points and three assists four or five shots to the ball game. Yes, sir. Chom six ten junior from Senegal. He will inbound the ball. Mcconnell left wing play by tartar is back editor steal the ball from it. Now, the cats push it down. Here's turtle break down the middle Turner. Lost the a foul called on records called on CIA. Again, pushing the basketball we've got a little bit too deep and got lucky got the foul. By the way, one thousand so far northwestern the second on records. Like these games. Keep it moving. Are kind of hurry tonight. That's off the Tertre crossword cop foul extended ripe play. Thereby Harper's check that out. Expected left games left wait in the left lane trying to pack. His man Harper down the lane travels. Get a shot up all the Harper. But that is the first turnover for the Wildcats about five minutes from a guy who just checked into the game the double pivoted is what he moved his left foot twice. Doctors breaks it up twelve twelve fifty five to go first. Mcconnell the circle top shops bobbled it, but kept the dribble. Dumps it out. Harper mortar jumpers out go down. For records. I think that might have gone part with that was pretty hard to tell both of your slapping at it. I'd like to go small some time against big teams create a little matchup for them at the other. Other cats looking for their first game cop to Betson tobbaco three point play thereby doors out to cop four three for the lead. He got it and the Wildcats late at fifteen as well. Cop with a three quarter. The Wildcats are got ahead after trailing early seven nothing that is not a bashful fresh. He lets go quick coddled pizza'd outside Peter transport. Again, hours McConnell walked is. Travel. Pair league. Yeah. You really moved his feet. Well, because normally when a guy fall down they're going to call on under defense, but he showed his hands slit his feet. That's good. By the big guy, Kabul goes out of the game. Peter kiss. I mentioned six five sophomore from New York City averaging eight points a game spent one season put a pie act. Now, ten minutes to go first half fifteen twelve northwestern dance as it right point. Expensive at the top Dorsey guarding his could dance Nancy. Tertre traffic. No good rebound tipped by the control by Harper. Rutgers Baker drive past cop. And there is a foul Miller top. Fowler copy. Second team the other was on Batson early. And now here come parts and law and Taylor four. To good stretch there without those three scores or to get the leader. Callum Willie bows base slide right for Rutgers. Shop I baked her all the right? Chase games doubt. The lay. Partially blocked by gauged glass. And it's stolen back by Baker out. Take pissed three. The turnover. Down the reporter. We're tied at fifteen Eric's. Not appoint tried to bring the ball up. There's part now to law on the right hats, look to retake the lead gains fakes. The tobacco law. Palate. Extended right. The hand off park back to law Taylor. Taylor is good or capture back at brought Brian Taylor with his second three quarter of the gave NBA jobs that one fifteen quicker. The hacker close out on. Baker gets a pick from Dorsey gates bikes through all the right kiss. Foulon? Extended. Jab step starches dribbled bouncing for Harper. At the top play by Taylor. Taylor all the drought. Harper on the guy gets fouled by Taylor. I valid Ryan Taylor. Spoke to Santa both fouls. Joe? Yeah. You did. It's all your fault. You have a lot to do with it. Way up here. We are always up as we are. I could see the doubt here's pets and infra gays can't read any numbers or names, but I know the body size. So I got it down. Job Willard out baseline left end up law on here. Tell us. Looks to his rack kiss has required. The laid the child left the circle shovels head of the left block houses weakside attended for dourson for right to law Vic law breaks, it the other way. Fakes care to stance. A little sloppy here. Here's wall try to get outside to Taylor spotted quarter flecked it out by raucous. I don't think I've ever seen. Chris Collins through the wave side push it push it at every time northward gets the ball by eleven turnovers. The first twelve minutes this game. Bounced Tertre near the center circle back to law. It's host. The size. It Richard Paul chop. Eight oh seven that'll be the second on Charles. Vicks. He's getting into the post now back down. He just got show the ball in reverse did at the other way is gonna go for.