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Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special

Blaqbook The Podcast

05:42 min | 5 months ago

Ho! Ho! Ho! It's a Christmas Special

"Was good people. It's your boy richie rich against the men and welcome to another episode of black book. The podcast today. We'll go full house joy. I'm buying my man. Kill someone. Sanchez was going on people. Romy romy miss fi fi and this is a christmas special time of year where everyone gets. Merry bit wavy because chocolate chocolate on the menu. What's game on kobe plan. And just by the time of year well families get together quite big insane coaches not so much in others but of course when asked to solve with his. What does christmas mean to you. Want to start off well. I'm the biggest christmas fan. Hey i'm sorry about family. Food presents the food again. Food alcohol six and the baby still ahead okay. So what are we talking about them. My family is everything. No now say wa- table comes hinder eighteen tech. He got the lamb. Got the geest. Got the pheasant that runs across the road against everything so you have to make sure everybody on the tables causes to some mac and cheese and because over the years. Vegetarians have come into the family. Annex shifts piece of squashed on the table saw me to teheran than these new trends may see you accommodate all. Come on the table you know. Why rage pilots to keep everybody happy. Okay cool cool co. he's always say what's christmas like food. Food is well. Yeah we'll see what nigerian about. Gardening office definitely jello question. Those nigerian ghanaian joel a different general. I'm going to be biased. I'm going to say even nigerian going to say guardian. I think it because not julian stole. You've boise to the ones of have tried to the best of chefs senate. So you go there you go. That's why the nigerian dav had support. No one day. Say yeah say okay. Jell fries whilst more traditional dishes or stick to western so foods well for me mostly above some african on british But may i just stick to my often the beef. Yeah and. I'm badgering man. That's the only time very often could notify mccollum. Run have some parliament members that just work twenty four seven were clue. Just just everyone around the daewoo into can be foolish. And yeah you know. That's what it's all about mary. Month sange war. As everybody else said food oversee we in was being jamaican and guyanese. So you obviously there's the or i don't eat red meat so no pork beef. Norrland orlando for myself. i'm. I'm just now missing christmas with a crack. How can you be trying to tell backing swine. Ccc the puck is still there and pat cap. Good to know you is there. S and p's the coleslaw. Mac and cheese rose chicken as mom cooks the alarm and the pork is obviously my mom. My siblings eat it. Yes what was he christmas being. I've got massive family myself under off. Kgo eight siblings. Pretty time is mad for you. Then kinda matter now got two nephews as well so the family graham very family orientated. So i see my mom's side of the family on christmas day. And then i have a second christmas on like the box. In the order. Twenty-seventh my dad's side of the family. Because my grandma still alive to this day fight. Gordon razor invest in ninety. So that's out of the family link-up hers because he's a little bit difficult now because of corona traditionally. That's what we do. So i see both sets of the family. The ones that are in this country anyway said food family music. Alcohol notice nobody. Nobody truly to still barrington levy on sanchez. Kicking him boy mobile missile for me. Christmas is all about say common together as a family in love all of that.

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"richie rich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:47 min | 6 months ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Free talk live. call in. Talk about whatever's on your mind mark with you be mountaineer and richie rich five five four five zero three seven three three eight hundred fifty five four fifty free here on free talk live so we basically spent the show them you know besides the calls came in and we thank you all for all the calls. You're welcome to make your calls some calls with the best calls ever terrific but We basically spent reading an article about sort of how big tech was going to be a facing man not most sound future with the biden administration and including what they woman here. Senator klobuchar there. You go bacher retain closure who is a possible biden. Pick for attorney general saying that. Google google should Well a breakup should be on the table. I still can't pronounce mayor pete's last name. So you know gig gig Sure yeah something like that. Buddha judge yes. That's reasonable the have. It doesn't look like that so okay. So they're threatening to break up the big companies or to regulate the tech industry companies. Right is are they posturing at this point to bring them to the table to negotiate for things right like how better to get google or facebook to contribute something to your administration of your campaign than wow. We're gonna break you up and then see what they come. They did contribute to their campaign. Joe biden you basically could if it wasn't for big tech google facebook whatever hating barack obama as much as they d. Excuse me painting a donald trump as they did then biden one one. I mean it was that it was that close you could. You can blame it on anything. But i didn't get on the internet without them have your. Hey hey vote vote vote. Have you got your absentee ballots. Have you registered like everything they just came at you and wouldn't leave you alone. Did you guys experiences. Yeah yeah just ignore it and moved on with my you know donald sterling. That's what i did but it was just brutal. I mean you go search something whatever but you know. Those things were like vote. Vote vote for biden. Vote vote vote and therefore non plus. That's okay. i'm not that. I am not that naive. I didn't just fall off the turnip truck yesterday. I know that when a big turnout happens. Democrats win. and that's just the way it is so when you if you tried. Try try to get a big turnout. You're basically trying to get democrats to win the biggest turnover biggest turnout ever catch turano. Donald trump got more votes than any other city. President sitting president has ever gotten an lost amazing elizabeth's allegedly lost. We'll see i. I miss suspect. That's what we'll see. But maybe i've just got the blinders to that sort of advertisement. But i didn't really see anything trying to get me to vote now. It was all over. Maybe they figured out that. I'm not the sort of person they want to vote. Well i. It was facebook instagram twitter. Certainly google knows on twitter. I got notifications on twitter going. Have you registered to vote. That's a notification. I stay off those things. Yeah yes those. Are the things though. I i will occasionally dipped my toe in facebook and frequently to my Shame and regret but No i stay away from that stuff. Wise move because i'm telling you microsoft left me alone there you go. That was about it. I i long for the days of your when our biggest concern was microsoft's power right. I mean you know. They pretty much didn't do anything. I mean these days. I'm slightly concerned about bill in particular. And what he and melinda are up to you know weird weird brain downs on people forced vaccines brain chips. Slow if you with vaccines in them. I wish i was making that up with chips in them. I could go for some chips. i mean if you were if you had a life that was as valuable as bill gates. You certainly want. Don't want to be taken down by the next Virus to come out of some. You know Third world cesspool. If you had a life valuable is you can afford to stay away from the vast majority of people at the virus the same time. It's the average person has to wake up and go to work to make rent. That is more likely to get the virus because they have to be around people who don't care the the more you look into what Bill and his foundation or up to the crappier that wormhole gets well so when i think about Vaccines i do think of say smallpox which was largely eradicated In part by the vaccine I also think about polio. Which is on the verge of being a radical. Did gates's working. Do you think that the defense department will Hold onto a strain of that for weapons purposes like. They did smallpox. Well yes yes. I'm concerned about that too. A radical earth asterisk so the gates foundation has been working on a radical polio. Which is a laudable goal. Admittedly they have created a a what they call a polio outbreak in africa. Where they didn't have polio vaccine. Polio vaccine virus outbreak. So think fishy about that. I think that. I don't think they're trying to i for one. The vaccine virus isn't as bad as sort of regular polio. As far as spreading goes. I mean so. Bill gates has been pretty vocal about. We need to reduce the population of the planet. I hear you but starting africa. I'm not prepared with made polio. Yeah i'm not prepared to if that's the case he's going about it all wrong if that was the case then he should be pushing every disease that comes out there. Don't worry this is not bad. And then you know letting people go. I don't know if he's managing to Put vaccines into place. That are so poorly made that they actually make an outbreak of the disease where it didn't exist before disease. Don't even kill a lot of people. Well hold on so understand polio. Different vaccines right. There's a live virus vaccine dead virus vaccine. There's actually several more than that but the live. Iraq's virus vaccine is pennies each to produce its oral and easy to get people to take whereas the dead virus vaccine is a shot and dollars to produce. So it's factors more expense and now why you're giving i this would be. My question is why the people people from west africa aren't known to be world travelers. they're much more likely to live and die within fifty miles where they were born than you know. Say somebody from new york city. So why are you trying to give vac ally virus vaccine to people in a part of the.

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"richie rich" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

06:19 min | 10 months ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"I. Tip my hat off to him with his watch designs in creativity when I did pr back in the day I made that five times on watch everybody wears even now famous i. I put that out there for Jacob I did that like before everybody liked that was like my thing got on Diddy I. got it on. Everybody. That was like any became like the hot watch was graph? Harry? Winston. They have unique Have you ever met Harry, no, I haven't. The watch game is huge right now. He's so tell me what the hell happened. Everybody was wearing. The AP's then all the sudden everyone to the paddock's now everybody like what Tommy you're. What you think of one. Is when the culture when I say culture, the HIP hop culture. Yes. They when they rap about it, they have a very big influence. A very big a lot of him, right? So how do you? It's like. About the black and yellow diamonds or black and yellow objects and items and luxuries. Items all of a sudden black and yellow diamonds were. Flying off the shelves off every other jeweler on the block. So, when they rap about AP's Paddock's Richard Mills. Okay. Besides the songs breakdown, the watches, what happened? There was the rolex. Labor is always going to be in. All everybody to wear. Rolex. Okay. Go ahead, whoever has a richer meals gonNA wear rolex. It's like having a Rolls Royce and and you just have like a Cadillac or remember Sadi's or Range Rover. You could have like a sick car and then everyone you know just that upper go ahead. With paddock any appeals more than more like a phase like I? Say because of the rapper singing about it, but it's not only the rappers. It's also the fashion guys that G.. Q.. And? And therefore, other people would want to wear it. Okay. But Richard Mealy. An underdog how the hell did it just come out of nowhere marketing marketing because they don't believe in advertise great marketing, they put it on different tennis players, golfers he put on there is everybody's watching the tennis match or the Golf Show game. They see it on the guy's hand and you know just moves forward. And everybody wants to buy the. There's Richard. Mills. That went for sixty, nine thousand and three years later with the great marketing skills that they have. It's almost two hundred thousand that watch. Same thing with Paddock Philippeville. Panic Philippe and Richard Mille out, consider them both of them on the same level. How do they just keep going up? I don't understand. So do you think that's as good as as gold or diamonds getting those watches? Frank Miller was the same way. Frank Miller was just as big as Richard Mille, twenty years ago. Okay and. The guy just decided to walk away had an issue, the two partners he walked away. Into Frank Mueller. I was wondering because it was like watch. And then something happened. Went to nothing Filippo. It is now okay the designer left and the whole company just went downhill tubing. The. What happened to the value of that? Goes. Shit. It becomes. Fifty cents on the dollar forty cents on the dollar for the watch while I mean, I, don't think that's going to happen to paddock has been around one hundred years. Same thing with from you and they've been around for like eight years I release. Kidding. Correct. While well, I got that Richard million. I hope it doesn't go down because. As of now as of now, but I thought it would have gone down during the pandemic unlike ever going to sell their watch nobody went I. Believe it went up. You know definitely went up. Definitely, why not? All, right. So right now. Are People coming into the stores to shop at the time right now, we're only taking people with appointments, but the street is full. Everybody's scavenging for gold and solid investment. Just that by with their cash, put it away and never see it, and hopefully grows in value because you can't sell a custom food God piece, but you could sell the necklace for people going custom or are they just great question. Thank you. Actually this morning I got a message from a client. He's making two pieces for an La Lakers player as a president. Right? There are accustomed pieces being made with the Clientele, I, had from the past. because my doors are open for everybody, just the walk in. and just by in try to place an order. Backed up with orders. And They are custom pieces being made at the moment. What's really like a difference between athletes meaning baseball player, a basketball player, and a football player on the spending on the kind of stuff they like who spends who's cheap, who doesn't buy anything? What's the? What's the Gimme the breakdown of those three baseball basketball football. Hockey. I'm not going into hockey because I don't think they are. They're not. They're not even jewelry type of people either baseball guys. But I think they are more than hockey people who spends the most between football and basketball basketball players, basketball players spend. Okay, Great. The number, one seed, not cheap none of them are cheap. They just have different tastes in jewelry. So baseball players would go for more bracelets and necklaces because they could wear that during the game basketball players can really wear that. So the just by anything the became aware that the game it could wear it outside of the game in have anything right as far as football players. It's very hard to deal with football players actually because of the size. They, have big risks. Big Broad shoulders. Let's more money for you were gold more diamonds. Bro. But they don't WanNa. Spend that. They think they can take a twenty inch chain, but it's when it's long on someone else at six foot, one at two hundred and fifty pounds. They expecting that twenty inch chain to be the same thing when it's a choker on them, right? Okay. I, understand that. So who spends more basketball player basketball players? Football players, baseball players, and then hockey players? Probably soccer. Then hockey deal with the European Saudi European Clientele to people fly in or did you fly to?.

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"richie rich" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

04:44 min | 10 months ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"Queens New York today. I haven't been queens in a long time. I basically try to stay away from everywhere. I'm always in New Jersey or long island. 'cause everywhere has been zoo of a mess cenex going on You just never know what you'll find around the corner in any of the boroughs these days. So started going into Brooklyn, but now in venturing into Queens, and I'm doing along with my jeweler. Who I named. Who is. I guess became he likes to say celebrity jeweler. He's smiling ear. He loves that celebrity jeweler. Celebrity Jeweler. Ritchie. Sub and our friend, we call her babe in the back seat. If you hear somebody laughing, that's ritzy because that would be. WILL BE WEIRD and we're getting a tour the neighborhood. So. I came down here because I'm actually my food chain I'm switching it around and I decided, I, don't like those hanging chain. So I'm GonNa make it like a nice. Short choker, and we're going to pick out a chain. But on the way here I said, you know what? We're going to queens and I remember there was a famous place called. Danny's pizza would richie spelled wrong D. A. N. N.. Y. S., but it's an I. S.. Yeah. You did. You did. You did your good with diamonds where you're bad with spelling grammar and everything else drop out of school. Oh, you drop out. I didn't know that. That's great news. Anyway, guys, Richie rich finally got verified on instagram because of all his amazing. talented. Clients. and. On. Amazing. All the amazing press that he got rid. Now, you're going to have to start listing off some of your clients because you put it out there. So it's not a secret. So what do you got top one? Obviously Food God, we have Connie Kanu Connie was okon. Yay. What'd you think Connie? No? That's your name right away after that. So predictable Adam Levine Travis Scott. Baldwin Rita Ora conor. McGregor Floyd spoke to yesterday. The list goes on You name it, they would probably shop by me Tom Cruise. Brad Pitt. Yet not yet all. The shop. I wanted to name Travis Scott I say. the migos shop by which one offset takeoff. Okay. Pulse Malone obviously. Obviously you've Roy. Great friend a good client of mine. We love. Post Malone. That's that's the Guy Post. Malone is the guy. dray. London is a great friend of yours, obviously, right? Yeah would the world the way it is today what's happening with the jewelry business? So take a step-by-step March, your pack post, Malone Concerts. You're still can everybody on instagram delivering all their fucking sick goods supposed to get a birthday present of beautiful colored stone ring. Everything is on the way obviously with this whole pandemic. Everything got pushed back. who were trying to catch up with all the work that's been on hold gold is at its highest right now. So. It's actually hurting us as well because when we took the price when we gave the dealing. With the client we would close him in one price. Now, the price is almost double because of gold and diamonds the jewelers. Yeah. You have to take a loss or you just returned the money combined for waspishly return the money back clients. Clients. You don't want to take a loss on them Lee. So you gotTa make them happy. But gold is at its highest diamonds. Same thing is at its highest point. It's only gonNA keep going higher. As far as manufacturing the goods. It's a big delay. Kaz from fifty people building and developing different jewelry goes down to lake eight people now, right. So now, what do you recommend people to invest in diamonds right now? Do they invest in? Netflix, invest either diamonds or gold gold is actually better. because gold has. The route that it's taking, it goes up a lot faster than diamonds. The way diamonds go. It's a five to ten percent increase. As far as gold, there's no specific number. When it goes up, the goes up and could go. Buy Three hundred dollars a gram. So people have gold hold onto old onto, it don't sell it. It's definitely hitting over two thousand it right now,.

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"richie rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"All night long to mark with you Richie rich and money the next generation wallet is coming from DMV and just a few taps you'll be able to spend earn store in exchange digital money in seconds Debbie says you'll be able to send money around the globe in only a swipe in instantly exchange between Debbie bit coin and fiat that fiat meaning government money right in the mobile app withdrawal directly to your bank account there's no need to wait though maybe already offers the first one tap solution earning passive income with their multi tiered master notes allowing anyone to earned by supporting the demi network and what they're doing must be working because they're one of the most but that one of the highest increasing kryptos over the last year when the new wallet launches because a Divis relationship with Western Union divvy will be in two hundred countries including the United States you can learn more at devry project dot org it's divvy project dot org let's go to the phones Bobbi calling in from Illinois Bobbi Iran three talking Richard had do you believe in god no really really good okay lying on the airwaves about somebody all right look I'd like to I'd let you talk because you had a great call yesterday if we're going to do the same old rigmarole you're gone and I do what I say why not gonna do what you say you get a court order not to contact here all right go into the phones Dave calling in from California Dave you're on free talk live oak or are follow not try to get the guy's name but I I really character that you put well it's just a calling from Arizona the card that's that is I remember him anyway first let me just a little bit epic beard god dang I'm jealous that's awesome and Melanie as a person who has passed the else that I would love to pick your brain because I couldn't figure that thing out so not mad props well because when I called normally I talked right here I thank you guys talk about reparations for awhile and I don't we you guys I hear a three time I try to avoid this topic here are the but you know if you got a couple of them up that much under the state from the west from the topic but I'm a black person I I don't disagree with your and Brian it's like your your marketing I don't disagree with you well I don't believe that our black person's perspective on if I may yeah sure all right so when it came to the Japanese American activated reparations I think so at some point like way later what right yeah when it came to them and their land to the preparation sort of I mean they got some land out of the I made a bar yeah I mean that's really got terribly street but all right okay okay well you came to the to a more once you get the correct person I I think the Germany made some kind of pass at it okay in America we involved in that more what our phone one eight it was founded in America we'll be back once in awhile which part why did you call the local you're not alone what will we get screwed again so you know I'm not and doubts is not getting screwed well I don't know I don't know their hand hold right not at this point in the in the history it's a handout well absolutely not it would not want more intellectual no it's not a hand out so that's that's a day that's what I want to talk about I don't think there should be reparations for slavery but the reality is that the Jim crow laws the kicked in basically did the middle of reconstruction and went and certainly through the sixties so any later than that in some places yeah you're talking about a hundred years maybe more of this to standards that was going on that is the problem now slayer happily before you go on Dave I'm so I'm sorry I mixed in which one to buy slavery was a system that went on for nine thousand years and I was only recently stopped and only in certain ways but this this this treating people differently because of color thing it had to do with slavery was also a wrapped up in there but you know they were slavery in this country that plenty of Indians were slaves there are people brought over in indentured servitude which is a form of slavery certainly not chattel slavery but chattel slavery existed in Rome if you were born to a slave mother your slave they had a manumission system but they have that here in the U. S. too I I think when it it's much more difficult to indict slavery in the U. S.'s history than it is to indict Jim crow laws in the at two standards the plus he forget Ferguson kind of thing to me go ahead I'll give you all right unable to be with you on that night when I state federation I don't just mean slavery I mean the fact that when my grandfather came back from World War two he wasn't allowed to use the GI bill to buy a home what how if you ask people know how their homes were bought two generations ago most people thought their homes are you that the default state of nature's poverty and anything beyond that is a bonus but what if that poverty but that that default is enforced based on ethnicity especially people thank you participated so the only or the only people and organizations are responsible for paying for slavery our people in organizations are still alive right and people in our that were a you can say that somebody who who is the heir of a slave would have gotten whatever reparations the forty acres and a mule they were supposed to get United States government you don't exactly right but do you know where to put the blame on his plate on exactly got it all I don't have a rap album that is is important foundational that's all I know so the the the is so this this money doesn't doesn't go to the people of the supposed to go to so they don't get this sort of generational wealth I see the point care about generational generational wealth is real it's real but if you don't all state but you can work out of that and if someone works out of that it's not you can't just put it back into poverty because that's the default well he's not been put back into poverty okay right sorry tions isn't about of people be gas it whether it exists or whether or not she slavery or its use me reparations gets implemented would be up for debate but what's not up for debate is every deal requires negotiations so day I'm truly if the negotiation was every person who can prove that they have bureaus will that fifty percent there fifty percent but you know that involved bureau ancestors of slaves you can go to the government and demand the fifty thousand dollars in cash right at that point what I mean is there does welfare do they still they still get to collect welfare afterwards alone on a different topic because if you look at yeah it works well for its not black people my grandfather lived on a farm he never got a call from the government your doctor sure cropping up for years down in order for it so I mean the main reception area of a welfare is one women because okay so I'm gonna be honest with you so those are two different subjects well I say it is is that exactly what these negotiations look like if we're talking about reparations and what they would be I think reparations should have been handled with the bail out to the banks because only he was given to those banks it should have been given you just spend that out the reparations to problem solve we don't have to have this conversation anymore.

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"richie rich" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"richie rich" Discussed on What A Day

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"richie rich" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"richie rich" Discussed on What A Day

"During a forum with the New York Times on Wednesday Bill Gates was asked about his feelings on presidential candidate. Elizabeth warrants proposed tax. This is what he had to say. I've paid over ten billion taxes. I paid more than anyone in taxes. But I'm glad doing pet if I'd had to pay twenty billion it's fine but now when you say I should pay one hundred billion okay. Then I'm starting to do a little math about what I have left over. Sorry just for the record. The man's worth comes out to a hundred and six point eight billion dollars. Also he got the math of this whole equation very very wrong. We did a quick calculation and roughly fleet pay an extra eight billion under warranty plan. Not One Hundred Billion Warren herself. I think you know offer to meet with him and talk about it a little bit more But naturally gates comments made a lot of people angry and you know was trending for for most of of Wednesday and he wouldn't notably commit to voting for for Warren if she were the eventual nominee against president trump so the idea of the wealth taxes. Getting a lot of play right now. It's obviously been a major feature of the Presidential Primary Yeah was with Warren and Bernie. Sanders both have plans to implement a tax on the ultra-wealthy. Let's just run through quickly. Sort of the nuts and bolts of how this would work for sure so Oh Elizabeth Warren. Her plan puts a two percent tax on wealth over fifty million dollars and a six percent tax on every dollar over a billion. No one I mean I don't I don't know of anyone listening house that kind of money but I'm chilling. I would not be touched. Yeah I'm alright Bernie. He goes a little bit further so he starts taxing people at thirty two. A million dollars gradually increasing the tax to eight percent as you get up to ten billion So warrants plan would raise two point seven five trillion dollars over ten years Bernie's plan and would raise over four trillion dollars Joe Biden wait in even though we didn't really have like a formal plan out but both candidates plan to use that money to fund things like college healthcare care. Early Childhood Education Paternity and maternity. Leave those sorts of things But just as background America's richest four hundred families pay a lower tax tax rate than the rest of the middle class So the it's the first time it's happened. In one hundred years that the taxes worked out that way and the big reason for that is trump's tax cut that he can Republicans pins passed in two thousand seventeen Which obviously big customer people at the top and you know very minimal cuts for people in the middle which is wild because they always? He's run saying Oh you're taxes aren't going to go up you're not they're not going to go up But then you just see them slashing it for you know fifteen families right at the top right and then and then and they they talk about doing after that are taking away from things like social security makeup deficits that they're running because of these other things and and that obviously has lent itself to a conversation that's happening right now about billionaires not existing in the notion that they shouldn't exist. Yeah that's right and I think when people have that conversation I can't speak for everybody about it but I think it's most of the time not singling out each individual person as evil or good and more so the point that the possibility of that billionaire could exist while there are people who are starving thing is homeless is wrong is wrong right and yeah I mean. I think that that's a good point that this sort of Ebeneezer Scrooge Syndrome that our country has where we create these very wealthy people with our labor and then we hope that they're benevolent and generous and gives something back it's flawed and it doesn't work of sustainable right exactly like for every every Bill Gates. There's a lot of other people who just like sit on their wealth and hoard it And so obviously like the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation does good work for the world They donate more money than than most charitable organizations combined Their international giving is really important. I mean they pledged two billion dollars to help defeat malaria which is possible. And and you know they're taking up that mantle so it's not so much that like the work isn't being done in those spaces but I think that like to your point when we have discussions what about billionaires like it is unethical to that exists in. It sucks that Bill Gates has to figure out how to like get fixed the world's ills because we can't afford to because we keep giving money to them. Yeah right and and I think that the conversation has moved on all this stuff. And there's you know wider support to eat the rich and the right now. What is the public opinion? Polling looked like on taxing billionaires. Yeah I mean over sixty percent of voters including a half of Republicans Support Elizabeth Warren Wealth Tax. Yeah this is from February poll of this year Comments like this from billionaires in the rich only only serve to make the wealth tax more popular when Bill Gates says that he can't live on you know nearly seven billion dollars. It doesn't make me feel like any kind of wakes up for the I think you can. I'll do it if you don't want to. I'm happy to give it a shot and see it as possible right. Yeah Listen Mr Gates. We'll take your spot. Yeah I mean all these people. I don't understand what the goal is. Win People like him and and other people get on television and are almost like in tears over like what Warren in Sanders are are talking about doing. I think that it derives from this notion that like the billionaire class for so long has felt like they can wield influence in any sphere that they want to because they've been able to because they have the money so it's like I think that they feel like they're losing their power when they do lose a hundred billion alien dollars even if they're still richer than everyone else on earth right and when you have this notion of people turning the tables where they're saying oh no I am going to use political power to make it so that you cannot do that and that. They're not beholden to those same people in order to win elections. That's when they start to sweat a little little bit. Yeah that's right. Well we're going to keep following the story but bill if you really think you need all that money to make you happy. There's someone I'd like to introduce you to. His name. Is Richard Rich and I think he really not something you know. This is the Richie rich joke..

"richie rich" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"richie rich" Discussed on What A Day

"Guineans. Did you see this story about James. Deen maybe being. CGI it into a few movies in the future bride did kid and I love it. Gives me some hope for when I'm dead. Yeah what do you think they're gonNa do to your body when you know. Hopefully I bay area or my ashes into the air the fear Seacoast Air California right maybe more specifically likeness light this yeah. I hope that I am digitally put into a fortnight. Whatever version of fortnight is out at that point? You don't have to be dead on today's show. We talked a little bit more about Tuesday's elections and what to expect in twenty twenty then math genius. Bill Gates has a hard time solving for x x being billions of dollars. We pay wealth tax plans proposed by Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and of course some other headlines so as we covered on yesterday's show Democrats had an awesome election night on Tuesday. They had major wins in Virginia and Kentucky where Democrat Andy Bashir apparently Republican Publican. Matt Bevin out for Governor. We're still saying apparently because Bevin is challenging the results more on that in a second yeah indeed so all in all voters came out in huge numbers for Democrats in states that have been traditionally read or read some time ago. That are moving right now today though we WanNa talk a little bit more about the latest news Out of Kentucky and look ahead to some of the upcoming Senate races that people are already starting to talk about for next year. Yeah all right. Let's start with Kentucky. So one point four million people. I came out to vote. It's the highest voter turnout since nineteen ninety five. So you know all you generations e people highest in your lifetime to the zoom zoom. Ah Democrat Andy. Bashir currently leads over five thousand votes but Republican Matt Bevin has called for a canvas of the results. What do we think about this get in? I mean is this really really gonNA change anything yet. The initial impression of it is it's Bevan sort of trying to buy a little bit of time. The Re Canvass in Kentucky as far as I know has never never changed results right now. It hasn't yeah they they're effectively just recertifying in a sense. What what they already have? And the total count there and meantime Bevin has not really presented anybody with any evidence as to why this is necessary. Yeah he he keeps talking about these irregularities right which obviously obviously I mean. If that's the case why did every other Republican win like read. The Room doodling EXAC. You're the problem. Yes right right enormous margins. I think the closest statewide race had Republican won by the margin. was something like five points whereas come on man bye bye half a point so in that sense. It doesn't really read to me like like there's any real long long tailwind on on this actually happening later but you know it hasn't stopped. Republicans from in kind of daydreaming and wish casting about other ways that they could hold onto. This governor's mansion like going through the state legislature. But we're not there just yet. Yeah I mean the high of the twenty nine hundred elections behind us. We're in the comedown phase and like any horrible comedown starting to think about the future twenty twenty. It's on the horizon in Kentucky Senator Mitch. McConnell is up for re-election his most prominent opponent right now is Democrat amy McGrath. There's chatter that Popular Kentucky Sports Radio Host. This is going to get in the race as well. What's really important for people to know about Mitch? McConnell's race next year. Yeah it's one of many Democrats want to Take on their path to to majority. It'd be one of the harder ones obviously to. We'll talk a little bit more about that in a second. But McConnell is is somebody who has been in Congress since nineteen eighty five. Yeah so millennials. Most yeah yeah exactly and is a person who is often ranked the most unpopular senator with voters in his State and is also somebody who is sort of uniquely blocked so many initiatives that that you know Democrats have wanted for for years and years that goes for voting rights gerrymandering climate protections for dreamers gun reform name it and his sort served as the judicial liaison for president trump throughout his term sort of ensue ensuring the fact that that there's going to be a legacy cemented for him with all of these judges all of these judges these federal judges the Supreme Court justices. They've been able to get through as well. Yeah in in in that sense he. He is a a good politician and enable to do all these things but it has come at an enormous cost his popularity of course and next year Like we mentioned McGrath is going to be running against him. She's raised more money than mcardle. Yeah this year yes. She's had a huge fundraising year. She brought him more than ten point. Seven million dollars since July. So you know those are good numbers Yeah I think she's he's mostly up against name recognition. Because you know cannot be overstated. No one likes miss. But Republicans vote. Yeah exactly and there's going to be probably probably maybe another option in this race to there's a whole story about Matt Jones who is this guy who hosted Kentucky Sports Radio Actually on Wednesday he and iheartradio that syndicates that they parted ways You know in advance of him potentially actually formally joining the Senate race but he hasn't said which way he's GonNa go just yet so would that be as Democrat. That'd be as a Democrat in the primary and he and he he's given the impression that McConnell and the Republican Party are nervous service about him because they keep sort of they filed a complaint about the fact that he was using his radio show to promote a prospect of Senate run so I don't know if they're actually concerned but that could be another interesting thing to watch too for sure. Well speaking of the Senate. There's a bunch of races coming up next year Democrats. The map looks pretty good for them or at least better than two thousand eighteen. And what's the game plan. The GAME PLAN IS FOR THEM TO WIN ALL UTAH. So yeah has it You know they're they're looking at Tons of places where they want to compete obviously against Senator Susan Collins in Maine Against Senator Cory Gardner in Colorado and another place. That's going to be really crucial as Alabama Because they could sort of win in all those toss up races and then lose this seat they already have already have right this this Democratic sort of miracle in a sense from seventeen when when Doug Jones won against Republican Roy Moore who as we all know was deeply. Flawed is an understatement. Yeah but but but a a candidate who had been accused of inappropriate conduct with underage women. He was losing the support of Republicans as well and the important thing for for the Alabama race is that on Thursday. It's been reported that former Republican Senator Jeff sessions is going to jump into and so that could coming back Jeff. Jeff is on his way back. That could really that could really complicate things here and increased for an interesting dynamic. Also well Democrats taking control of the Senate in twenty twenty is going to to be a big uphill. Climb if you want to help out with that. Checkout Crooked Fund called give Mitts or die trying go to votes in America dot com slash Jimmy.

Prince Harry Blasts British Press for Bullying Meghan Markle

Lori and Julia

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Prince Harry Blasts British Press for Bullying Meghan Markle

"Since prince Harry has married Meghan Markle we have been appalled at the way the British press three Turdidae would you say that's been a constant refrain. every day one from day one is made as crazy and prince Harry had to when they first officially started dating he had to call out the British press for their racism towards it may again because she is biracial her mom is black and she is her dad is white but day Bender rules slash everything from that set up with their dad how they set that whole thing up to get him to do things for the wedding and the week before the wedding and one in the sister and giving her all the time this is constant sabotage and. six months putting her Meghan Markle on trial for it but I'm going to show what wanting to have a private right catechism or baptism for her child to take you know maternity leave and then putting her on the same level as Peter prince Andrew who's been affiliated that investigated by authorities for his ties to Jeffrey abstain so you know it's just really been ruthless so prance hairy. and he did that he is taking a I'm not really an unprecedented Pratt president and and powerful stance against the ruthless treatment that Megan is received in the British tabloid press he said this in a statement unfortunately my wife has become one of the latest victims of a British tabloid press that way just campaigns against individuals with no thought to the consequences a ruthless campaign that has escalated over the past year throughout her pregnancy and wall raising our newborn son. she got it and then he says as he and Megan have continued to put on a brave face as so many of you can relate to I cannot begin to describe how painful it has been I mean this is this is very telling because they seem so like. you would have to be affected if every day you're reading about her she came to New York for her value our and she got just reading lamp bad **** is ripped just a word I Richie rich here AT she think she is one in New York for twenty four hours and our time she has her own money first of all well he saw his steeping comes because prince Harry Meghan Markle are taking legal action against the mail the Daily Mail the Daily Mail and they have initiated legal proceedings over the it they've got them on one thing over the intrusive and unlawful publication of a private letter written by the Duchess of suspects your dad was at that one I which is part of a campaign by this media group to publish false and deliberately dragons derogatory stories about her as well as your husband and so they've given them a chance to address this privately they said not they said no so they were going ahead with breach of privacy infringement of copyright and media agenda and remember they have different language in a different world. here he added he's been a silent witness to her private suffering for too long to stand back and do nothing would be contrary to everything we believe that way you can only imagine how much this was discussed behind palace walls he said it but this is where he's so they're so clever because coming on the heels of this Africa trip. which has just been amazing it's made such a difference people love these to raise different exaggerates it's really made a difference he said the positive coverage of the past week from the same publications exposes the double standards of this specific press pack that is vilified her almost daily for the past nine months they've been able to create laughter lie at our expense simply because she's not been visible Y. maternity leave she is the same woman she was a year ago on our wedding this is he is the same woman you see on this day and this Africa

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"richie rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"A call. Eight four four two four rich very good. Let's go to the phone lines right now. Ben in Mississippi, how you've been Ben. Richie rich. My man how why how are you, sir? Well, I'm hot. I gotta rent for you. Go for it go. Okay. So I don't know if we got some kind of blood relational playing wavering sometimes. But what happened yesterday was an absolute trend. The and let me start off by saying is. The fact that Klay Thompson, only this is his first all defensive team. That's the threat, he should have mega four or five enough. And with all due respect, which means you know that the disrespect is coming. Well done. Ben is not injured. But if you look at that all NBA third team, you can make an argument and percent of that thing. He deserves a spy, you look at route ago beer. You look at also whisper. You look at Blake Griffin. You look at Kimball walk. Oh, fantastic players, rich. But if you told me and you can make just based on the way to save, and you can tell you could probably make an argument that he can even replace LeBron own y'all invade thirteen just based on this team. And how we played out and let me say this. I know in your rand and minds. And Dan patch has said this before I know what you said last year. When I'll NBA team came out. Basketball is becoming more and more of a positional in sports. It's not just strictly your point guard your to guard..

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"richie rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"You've got in Richie, rich, and Mark, and yes, we do have video streaming platforms that with on which you can find our video feeds were still on YouTube. We're also on twitch over twitch dot L, R, N dot FM and the newest platform is d- live, which is another purportedly decentralized video streaming platform, although there's some pretty big question marks around it right now. But it's going to be there because we're still early on the whole Delyth things might get some extra viewers that way. So it's just a way to get more people to experience this show, and therefore here the ideas of freedom, maybe for the first time ever. So you can go and watch us. On July over a D live on L. Don at Berea follow us there. We've got over three hundred followers already in just two less than I think two weeks at this point the twitch channel, we've got about eight hundred followers. So we've been there for more than a year. Whatever p day was a couple of weeks ago. Oh. Zero. No, actually, we were there a few days before his stream. Yeah. We got the word that he was coming. So we beat into the punch are we eligible for the main page of delight. Now, we've been on the main page live. It's not hard to get there. There's not that many channels there yet. Unlike twitch where there literally are millions of broadcasters. There was some sure content issue with the we got mature. Dungeon last week. So we've been good since basically like Monday or Tuesday. So check it out at dot L R end on FM as we continue with your calls and thoughts you can bring a put you what Robert he's in Allah, Atlanta. Robert, you're on free talk live. Yeah. Actually, it's Martin. But it's all good. Sorry, Martin no problem. It was probably my are you actually in Atlanta. Actually in Atlanta. From other. I actually stream depending on where I am in different markets in here that you guys all the radio. I'll look it up. And it's just scream it across a little bit of a delay. But I've had that offer a while love your show. Thanks. Probably fifty. We probably fifty percent of the time. I really yeah. I wanna talk about the the capital punishment bit that I'll before I go on to talk about the Robert Kraft thing with a total fraud. Love you guys. That's the owner of the patriots who got busted for alleged prostitution. Right. Absolutely. Yeah. Okay. So I'll jump to that admit, but you know, I was talking at I know some people that have done time. And you know, I've been charged with things got most of those things, and you know, the charges still remain hardest become a conviction. If I go out and do anything or a background is is required. The charge itself is a conviction. I think there should be certainly ways that expires off with timing. Yeah. One of the conversation that I recently had was it was it believe it or not it was like heroes conversation. If you could have that about the death penalty, we were talking about the opioid addiction and all the hell the Caesar's of of heroin, and all that kind of one of my buddies what you know, what that maybe the answer to a lot of thing. Which is you take they've had conflicts about the chemical that were used for death penalty. And they absolutely no the dosages of heroin kill kill a horse. So for some people, you know, one of the questions that came up at the bar was people that had done time. There were some people had family that were in for life. And that kind of thing was what if you raised the question to the guy said, look, we'll give you a happy Rideout. You're happy ending kinda like the crafting. But we'll give you a happy ending. But you raise your hand and say, hey, I want all go out the heroin way. We'll put we'll inject you go out. And it's the way to go. And as a libertarian visit basically give a person choices saying, hey, I can spend the rest of my life in this four by ten with these guys are beating up the raking, the everyday or I can take this road out that was one option, and it became actually an interesting discussion between finding out who is really libertarian. So you're showing off, but that sense. No, no, offer them offer them the opportunity to check out and they wanna take an injection. They can do that. But also the death penalty guys if you don't wanna go to the lecture chair, which is extremely painful, extremely painful people that have survived. It just cooks you it is like being cooked in a microwave trysofi, basically bursts, your heart and fries, her brain. And one of the guys that was calling in earlier, he missed used the term, it's cruel and unusual cruel or so it has to be both qualifiers has to be cruel. And it has to be unusual. If it's cruel that that's not disqualify from the legal set. So, you know, the heroin thing would probably never pass because not cruel, but it is unusual right in one sense and unusual people in the United States. That's true. The place of the heroine romper room for convex, generally like just yeah. We've got all the needles in heroin you'd like in this particular room. But nobody's doing any jump starting in here. Right. Like the AD machines broken. And we keep it here. And check out your check out. Exactly. So the Robert crafting. Here's the thing that bothered me about that from a police and enforcement side, and I have some engage with the FBI. Are you former something? I'm not tied in a work with a lot of their filled offices kind of thing was engaged in a situation where I had to report an FBI agent that was. Do things. And I I had this guy pulled me aside. And he goes, well, we have two kinds of attorneys inside the FBI we have the by the book guys. And the by the book guy says you have to have some premise before you engage. And you know, there has to be something that the person has done before you move to other steps the second type is called the can-do attorney when you're trying to figure out what you're trying to accomplish you can't they will help you figure out what you can do and the time that I was involved with just after Muller become director and Komi was assistant director. I was in a meeting with Mahler and one meeting with Comey. I didn't know him that. Well, but it was during that time things kinda shifted to the can-do kind of a protest. But one of the things that really bother me about the Robert Kraft thing was they talk about video cameras in today's spas more this spa because they thought human trafficking was going. Well, turned out. There was no human trafficking in the first place. Let's say that you put one hundred cameras at any environment. How would you ever prove human trafficking with a camera? I don't know. Comes in and picks up the Earl and puts her hand over their mouth. I guess I don't know something now that that would be that would be perhaps abuse approve abuse. But you could not prove human trafficking. Out fifteen girls that that that doesn't prove him. The back of a semi church truth. People. So here, here's the discussion. So I said what if what if somebody thought something was happening bad in a medical facility, say OBGYN environment, and your wife, your daughter was being videoed because some other person was suspected of doing something think the guys the gals may have gone into this environment that were videotaped. They had no cope ability and anything that was going on. But now have records of their whatever it is they record. They have pictures of them. Officer's got the other people make it whatever they're doing. And they're good bad. And I I would personally suggest that whatever they did in their their own business, and I would be perfectly happy as a libertarian to say, you know, legalize at all, you know, just like a would twenty but that's their business. It is truly in my view and have had this argument. Many times a victimless crime absolute tied all the way back. They want to tie it back to human trafficking. Right. Which is which is false premise that. They start with to justify doing something. Just label every prostitute as a human trafficking victim. And it's so not true. And I thank you for the Colorado. I appreciate hearing from you. And now, apparently I had not looked any Robert Kraft news. But in headlines published this weekend, the spa video has allegedly been leaked in his now up for sale that by the way is the reason, ladies and gentlemen, that another reason why you don't want this stuff being videotaped is because well the government can't keep you safe. They keep Russians from interfering in your elections. They can't keep evidence. And you wanna give them the power to videotape put goes on and spas now. Right. And then they can't keep a hold of it because somebody has leaked it in. It is now for sale on the dark lever who's selling it some hat group, or whatever oriented we all over the internet. More on the way. Here we got full hour. Go plenty of time for.

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"richie rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Cash dot c c it's Ian, Rich Paul and Richie rich here in the studio tonight. We've been talking about the reality and how it's hard to discern. What's real from? What's fake these days, and it's just going to get more difficult to the point where it's probably not even worth bothering because you really never will know for sure unless you witnessed something happened in real life. And even then I witness testimony is notoriously unreliable, at least that's what they've found in courts. So let's get back into some other related news. And this you'd mentioned this to us think before the show tonight when we're at the sports bar. We went to social Sunday, which is the weekly kind of libertarian hang out event that that we have. Yeah. Came across my newsfeed. I just brought it up Michael Hampton, actually dug up the story here. Hawaii news now reporting on your from Hawaii. In two thousand sixteen Hawaii became the first state in the nation to ban the sale of cigarettes to anyone under the age of twenty one. Now lawmakers are looking at even tougher prohibitions around cigarette. Sales under a proposal before the state legislature cigarette sales would be effectively banned outright by twenty twenty four ridiculous everyone. No cigarette sales whatsoever. No, I don't know if it's just cigarettes, or if it's going to include cigars in the legal market that would be gangster's paradise. You mean moving in on illegal cigarettes selling cigarettes. Yeah. You make a fortune. You make a lot of money off to. We. Mccain my God when people have to get their cigarettes on the black market. Yep. The price will go up. Yeah. The band would go into effect progressively starting with raising the minimum age for buying cigarettes to the age of thirty is year. Twenty twenty by twenty twenty two they would raise that to fifty. So no one under the age of fifty would be able to buy cigarettes and then two years later, no one or the age of one hundred would be allowed to buy cigarettes. So for the few centenarians that live in Hawaii. They'll they will continue to be able to smoke legally. They can enjoy a smoke for the last few years. They can run to the store for you to get a pack of cigarettes. So they'll be slow, but they'll get there. Eventually, I hope I have some friends who got wiped out in the Twenty-one increase. Really? They were they were old enough there one thousand nine hundred twenty and then all of a sudden the very next day. They had to find someone else to buy their smokes again nNcholas. Yeah. And the cops, of course, can just stop you on the street if they think that you're under the age of twenty one and use the. What their opinion is about? How you look as probable cause to conduct a search. I would imagine. Yeah. Which I find that to be particularly legally questionable, but very few people who end up in that circumstance or going to actually challenge the ticket. They're just gonna pay it. And they're just gonna move on. That's all that's what Paul is saying earlier with the ninety seven percent plea out even on little things like that. If you if you don't fight them, you know, all of a sudden, it's just it's just another tool to win for them. The measure is house Bill fifteen o nine they say, it's a long shot here passed its first reading last week procedural hurdle and has been assigned to committees. But it doesn't yet have hearing that doesn't mean it won't get one. Especially after news of the proposal started generating headlines. Nationally, the authors of the Bill to democratic representatives and a Republican. So it's bipartisan say the proposed ban. Simply make sense, whatever. Transcend Republicans hate us for our freedom. One of the people who it was says quote the cigarette is considered the deadliest artifact in human history. They rights I would say that's. Linear, Oshima Nagasaki. Or the millions killed by their government than Asia. Accolade is the most deadly artifact in history. The cigarette is an unreasonably dangerous and effective productive. I think they need product killing half of its long term users. I mean, everybody is going to die eventually. So is it the cigarettes that did it or something else in the long run? We're all dead George Burns made it to one hundred as a regular tobacco smoker. Right. So any credit that cigar data's long longevity? Some thirteen percent of Hawaii adults are smokers. That's lower than the national average of seventeen percent. Hawaii also has one of the nation's highest cigarette taxes at three dollars, and twenty cents a pack and more than a decade ago. The Hawaii legislature significantly expanded smoke free zones and included e cigarettes in same prohibitions three years ago, which is a stupid stupid thing to do. The east cigarettes, of course, have been very helpful for for a lot of people who had a significant addiction to nicotine, they got off of smoking. They moved to the east cigarettes and a lot of them stayed there. Some people went back, but a lot of them stayed with the cigarettes, and they like it rich. You've got the e cigarette in your hand right now. Although you've been back on tobacco smoking as of late. Yeah. I actually just recently re bought the site. I asked my last mod. So it is it's it's kinda reminds me of when I studied scuba diving. There's a time when you're underwater, and you don't really believe that you can breathe and your body wants you to get out of the water, and and get the thing out of your mouth. So you can breathe and then after a while you kind of relax and doing your body's with okay, I can get the oxygen down here. So it's cool. And this is like that. And that, you know, your body 'attaches chemicals and the results of chemicals to flavors, and and artifacts, and you so you retraining the body to associate something else with nicotine. Let's go to Alfred in olf. Oh, I don't know where that is. Alfred you're on free talk live watching us on twitch dot Jonathan. Alfred. You're on the air. Hi, I just discarding twitch. Thank you as well. Very talking about being right? Yeah. Yeah. Actually, if people buy sell off when I heard you talk about like, the black market cigarettes and stuff, I thought that was interesting. So I wanna teach on TV conversation. He said it's hard to get into the. It's not just about like how you spoke. But also like. Picnic loss. Are holding people back from getting into it's. Do you think it's a technical aspect? That's holding people back from vaping. Yeah. Lorraine? We don't have to pause there. About what you're also slow. Okay. I could they didn't type in the city directly. They must. They spelled it also. Where is? I'm from Norway. So it's like four AM here. No, okay. So yeah, thanks for for sticking with us late. They're now. So what is the situation there in in Norway with with aping? We have like to shop in the capital. Shops that actually. So hard to get into. I saw once you're in you get a lot healthier. Like. It's great. Do you think it's a good thing that difficult to get into vaping? Yeah. And we don't sell nicotine product. It yourself. Okay. Because one of the one of the things that concern me about the article, it was the thirteen percent of adult smokers like who's going to stand.

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"richie rich" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"No, no, actually as in Barrington as it is. I liked that old man from Richie rich the lie was the dad include. Oh, I have. He's like a little he surprise me that you would have a question. But then he is a little like a stocky figure where you might have into his figure. Yeah. No, okay. What do we got next? Okay. Next. One. The tactic leaf tailed gecko is a type of lizard to the tasseled woebegone is a type of shark three. The fringe Jabber. Walk is a type of bird. I have no come on which is a lie. The bird actually. Iraq. I had a one in three chance. Jabber walk is thing from Allison wonderland. Cool. You saw right through me. Okay. Next again to the I don't know these things this is the last one it can be. No, no. I this is fun. But how many more do that? This is the last one about me. There's one more fun. Okay. One. I can do cart wheel to I once worked at a bible camp three can curl my tongue. I don't remember Tommy ever worked at a bible camp. I would be I've never seen. You do a cart will either. I'm pretty sure you can curl your tongue is that really that hard toretta -tory o- only certain people can do it. I think you probably can I'm going to say you never worked at a even though I know your mom like works at a church and stuff. I think she probably never made you work at the bible camp. Because I member you've had you've told me a lot of your jobs. I believe it or not biz godless heathen spent a summer working viable camps. What can you not do? You can't do a cartwheel. Oh, I know. I feel like I'm I always say I'm not this price because we used to like practice. Our sketch are sketch shows Gymboree, and I would be like doing jarring bull. I would be doing all these things and yen come to think of it. You never did any Cartwheel's. I can't breathe hair. And I can't do cartwheels. I always say missing those two female genes it happened. But I hope to learn both, you know, that's all you can't do you're in a pretty good spot. I suppose all right. Final round. This one is themed around children's books. A number one press Hilton wrote a children's book about a boy with pink hair. Number two, Quinton turn Tino children's book about a cowboy that has a bad day. Number three, Spike Lee children's book about badly behaved babies badly behaved baby's, okay. I believe. God, this is hard it. We so weird of Quinton Tarantino because he's known for murderous, very violent movies. So I would be shocked if he wrote won't, but then I don't. I am sure pres- hill and probably wrote one about pink hair because that's pretty okay, I'm gonna guess that the Quintin. Oh, one is false. You did a good job game. Yes. But once again, I would love to read that book into children's books. I don't know who'd give I mean, that's how that had a bad day. Yeah. But when you're known for your very, violent material, I'm not sure suppose that that's a natural fit suppose. Guys. We hope we've could up this reason because that is it for.

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4 of Top 5 Highest-Paid TV Actors Hail From One Show

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

4 of Top 5 Highest-Paid TV Actors Hail From One Show

"The highest paid TV actors seem to know each other. Well, as we hear from USA radio's Chris Barnes, the male stars of the sitcom big bang theory. Taking over the Forbes two thousand eighteen list of highest paid TV actors. In fact, they are first second third and fourth respectively there, Richie rich rich. So how much is that Jim Parsons coming in? I taking twenty six and a half million dollars followed by Johnny galaxy was twenty five million. And then right behind their co stars. They are and Simon Helberg tied for third at twenty three and a half million a year. The rest of the list includes Andrew Lincoln from the Walking Dead. Mark Harmon of NCIS and modern family stars Tiber L, Jesse Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet and Ed O'Neill

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"richie rich" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"It's just like a blue check measures account. That's like like, like. To hold just died like, all right. All right audience. There I picked this was the most. So there has been a lot of chatter about the audience picks are read it. There's a whole threat about we have to do better as an audience. I don't know if they're going to be really in love with their list here. So we'll see their first pick was airbud fucking dog. Okay. Listen, I can say logic behind that. You need a dog. That's that's a given as a kid and why not have a dog that can play football and basketball, though there's a real problem with having a dog that's better than you at sports? Yes, that that is not good for self esteem. Yeah, you want a dog who's on the road like, you know, stay in the night in New York City calling, you know, other dogs to his room. Yeah. Would you into distraction? Would you be like Doug Christie's wife to that dog? And just like riding along wherever that dog went and like making sure you're always in the car with it. So airbud. I mean, I get it. I get it to an extent may and your convict man's best friend also, though do you own air. But I think that's the question Airbus just comes over like Airbus A friend, family member, you don't. You don't have the luxury of air, but always being around either. They got eleven years. Got eleven year like twenty one years ago today. Actually, airbud is released and then the dog died a year later. Okay, come on Jeff. I've just that's the quicken back to lights camera. Buck s the feel-good podcast listeners can pick my could be sun actually. The second pick from the audience's Richie rich. Okay. Which is that's a good pick. Yeah, it's very pick. That's like the blank check kid. Although I feel like with Richie rich, it comes with like a sense of entitlement. He's got a little bit of that snob at him. At least a blank check kit had to work for his money a little bit. Yeah. So you have the genie PF t the audience has Richie rich, Kendrick, Tony stark. I've pressed in waters and so are they throwing stones at trills like poor kid, friend, Ron, Weasley. Sure. Yeah, that's not. That's not important to me. I value friendship. A good friend. Theme of my list is people who I think would be there to support me emotionally and also people that would let me out, shine them makes them cents. Can Jack, I pick in round two for you think Ron lead people out, shine him. I think he got shrimp cooked the spotlight like Harry Potter didn't give him the chance to shut. My second picks going to be Danny ocean. Fuck you. That's really cool. You'd really cool dude wanted to Jeff here and then as the theme of the spirit and don't know, I feel like he's still shit for you in high school like you get you the answers to test or something like that. If I don't know what his childhood situation was like that never got explored in the ocean universe, but I think he'd be a great friend to have growing up. Wow, okay. That hurts. The surprise you didn't pick doctor Manhattan. Well, it wasn't. Yeah, he would be. Yeah, Jeff's got it. No, he wouldn't be the blue blue dick guy yet, but he could time travel. Right? So he, he. Then time come back in you just be like a thirteen year old hanging out with his like giant blue, Dick Cheney. Okay. So that hurt that was just pointing. 'cause I Danny ocean here and I get Kolia after I'm like, gonna pick any oceans. Of course you're gonna fucking picked any ocean, here's you have to any ocean. So I, I guess I can't. So I'm gonna go my next pick. I want nothing to do with his. His grandfather. I'm going Charlie bucket. And Charlie was pretty young when he got the chocolate factory. So early bucket, I'm not gonna go to his house, but I'm gonna go to his factory. He, he's, he's my next. So I've, I've a rich kid. I have chocolate at this point, very important pillars of of my four best friends here trill. Now I'm going silent Bob from Kevin Smith's movies. You're just okay. What I mean? Baden Saint thing like I can talk about myself all the time..

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"richie rich" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"It's just like a blue check measures account. That's like like, like. To hold just died like, all right. All right audience. There I picked this was the most. So there has been a lot of chatter about the audience picks are read it. There's a whole threat about we have to do better as an audience. I don't know if they're going to be really in love with their list here. So we'll see their first pick was airbud fucking dog. Okay. Listen, I can say logic behind that. You need a dog. That's that's a given as a kid and why not have a dog that can play football and basketball, though there's a real problem with having a dog that's better than you at sports? Yes, that that is not good for self esteem. Yeah, you want a dog who's on the road like, you know, stay in the night in New York City calling, you know, other dogs to his room. Yeah. Would you into distraction? Would you be like Doug Christie's wife to that dog? And just like riding along wherever that dog went and like making sure you're always in the car with it. So airbud. I mean, I get it. I get it to an extent may and your convict man's best friend also, though do you own air. But I think that's the question Airbus just comes over like Airbus A friend, family member, you don't. You don't have the luxury of air, but always being around either. They got eleven years. Got eleven year like twenty one years ago today. Actually, airbud is released and then the dog died a year later. Okay, come on Jeff. I've just that's the quicken back to lights camera. Buck s the feel-good podcast listeners can pick my could be sun actually. The second pick from the audience's Richie rich. Okay. Which is that's a good pick. Yeah, it's very pick. That's like the blank check kid. Although I feel like with Richie rich, it comes with like a sense of entitlement. He's got a little bit of that snob at him. At least a blank check kit had to work for his money a little bit. Yeah. So you have the genie PF t the audience has Richie rich, Kendrick, Tony stark. I've pressed in waters and so are they throwing stones at trills like poor kid, friend, Ron, Weasley. Sure. Yeah, that's not. That's not important to me. I value friendship. A good friend. Theme of my list is people who I think would be there to support me emotionally and also people that would let me out, shine them makes them cents. Can Jack, I pick in round two for you think Ron lead people out, shine him. I think he got shrimp cooked the spotlight like Harry Potter didn't give him the chance to shut. My second picks going to be Danny ocean. Fuck you. That's really cool. You'd really cool dude wanted to Jeff here and then as the theme of the spirit and don't know, I feel like he's still shit for you in high school like you get you the answers to test or something like that. If I don't know what his childhood situation was like that never got explored in the ocean universe, but I think he'd be a great friend to have growing up. Wow, okay. That hurts. The surprise you didn't pick doctor Manhattan. Well, it wasn't. Yeah, he would be. Yeah, Jeff's got it. No, he wouldn't be the blue blue dick guy yet, but he could time travel. Right? So he, he. Then time come back in you just be like a thirteen year old hanging out with his like giant blue, Dick Cheney. Okay. So that hurt that was just pointing. 'cause I Danny ocean here and I get Kolia after I'm like, gonna pick any oceans. Of course you're gonna fucking picked any ocean, here's you have to any ocean. So I, I guess I can't. So I'm gonna go my next pick. I want nothing to do with his. His grandfather. I'm going Charlie bucket. And Charlie was pretty young when he got the chocolate factory. So early bucket, I'm not gonna go to his house, but I'm gonna go to his factory. He, he's, he's my next. So I've, I've a rich kid. I have chocolate at this point, very important pillars of of my four best friends here trill. Now I'm going silent Bob from Kevin Smith's movies. You're just okay. What I mean? Baden Saint thing like I can talk about myself all the time..

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"richie rich" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I don't think it's bounty it makes it beth now bad it's certainly not bad but it like one best picture that year it beat like like i think i cannot ninety four ninety four is like one of the better like years in history movies came out casablanca actually let me read them off because like i think that was lying gang shashank redan shashank and it was pulp fiction nineteen ninety four in two of those not bad shashank in lion king no lion king and the but was one we're really talking about yeah all right say shashank pulp pulp fiction forrest gump lion king the mask the mass speed spe to the little the little rascals i owned the little raspy bag it really was was a great year for cinema natural born killers didn't see that were dumb and dumber it see ace ventura pet detective did see that one the flintstones probably oh yeah halle berry sheer fuck and did movie stunk watched that recently on that flex just because it was on there and yell yeah real bad maybe we do allow watch that after cat woman i'm not live watching we'll probably without you don't make that's fine clerks i have you seen clerks no okay richie rich i see richie rich little giants housing dams wasn't good you d to mighty ducks too of course yeah i mean this year fox lizzy a major league too yeah above the rim now majorly as i think about it it's really one of the movies i'll stop and watch every time i think i have to put it higher time ratings the first one both of them.

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"richie rich" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"I read archie and richie rich growing up and um didn't get into the superhero comics much because i don't know why uh but then also you don't know this part we used to go to visit my grandmother on my uh father side used bigtime into thorpe granny thor uh she lived in jackson tennessee and it was uh had sort of the modern grandparents with cable tv lived in a con of yeah and then old school granny who lived in a house in the country uh in so grain a grainy brian didn't have a tv or anything like that but what she did have in the back room was a bunch of my dad an uncle tom ed's old toys and comic books from when they were kids nice so i think you're mainly uncle eddie so i got a i had a big stack of comics from i guess the 1960s um uh that were like man from uncle um i'm trying to read of they're trying to think of a few more an now superheroes stuff but just those weird sort of a i guess it was a weird but man from uncles only want to remember but with a little weird long story short is because that's all the entertainment we had to ingest um we would my brother and i would go back there in read those every year for years that's pretty also the jane comics so you made your way through that stack multiple times of many many times kacha like i remember the ads i remember a member everything about him so then you remember obviously i think he probably newroz going with this from the outset you remember the ads for the sea monkeys then i remember sea monkeys a member x ray specs sure which we'll get into and i remember for sure all the ads fora like can you draw the spirit or pirate oh yeah remember that for the arts school a yet what was that i think they just took your money and then sent you a degree for your arts is that what it was i'm pretty sure uh so disappointing yup.

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"richie rich" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Can buy it and then it gets delivered and then it gets engraved so you get automatically engraved items because otherwise all the other prisoners the also go the same stuff and so you need to know that it's yours and actually widley in the eu she would clip i was watching if the guy be interviewed he was saying and this is i'm gonna stuff the prisoners voted this week and he was opening packages and the opened up a dvd of the series richie rich season to wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait i only know richie rich as a film i did too until i have to look into this is saying that made a tv series of richie rich jazz the same the same general thesis of show fantastic well i get i mean i you hit a fact within the fact the get something like twenty two percent on roofs into moscow's but you could certainly give it a go the thing that really amazed me about this fact was a that's an amazing percentage that are in prison that are working for the firefighters but p i thought that firefighting was largely about fighting fires and it turns out that it's noise it turns out that most of the time that firefighters spent is doing tasks that the public call for them to do and there was a report from the uk from a few years ago that said we need to stop responding to these weird calls that we're getting because that we just keep wasting our time between two thousand and nine and two thousand lebanese are the stance one thousand six hundred and thirteen incidents where people were locked out where firefighters had to go and let them back in two hundred seventy six adults cold firefighters out because they were locked in toilets fourteen people were locked in cupboards.

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"richie rich" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"richie rich" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Oh not alive but like there's like a little bit of wigan richie rich subplot i'm okay with it keating dad now jad not found yes like you're one of the richest people in the world and i have student loan debt with yeah help me out with that we're here we want to show me but you could have done affected need rao bruiser bridge bra guide already getting your barry ism's into the mix you're all right so let's let's go with elliott and urban is driving elliot said that that the same place where stance yago has teak in job and darlene in the dark army agents are there and leon is here yeah like you just don't know how this is going to play out but you know it's not going to be great for anyone but the island mr robot calls at some hillbilly shit markets greg is like eyes is doc great so it takes a really not great turn when irving has shown up in san diego is year and since yago is like i need help i need some i need some help cleaning this up it's you know i've been cleaning your messes up left and right it's time clean up one of mine for a change in irvine gives a great head her clear lake one first furs i don't think he's doing much of the clean nina i in terms of disabled it's our he kinda laox away as you handle this yeah yeah so he's going to take irving irving is gonna take santiago ndp two to the pile of word that needs chopping firm earlier in the season and there's a couple of deaths in this finale where i feel like for future reference we need to start being a little clever about this or at least a little more observant how we never connected that like someone was going to get axed to death like that's a mistake on our part we should have been able to call that shot yeah.

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