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"robin three" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"robin three" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So when the winner of that was going to come out and face them easily, Canada winner in Montreal, I am telling you more experts and that would have picked at most this series to go five games. And not only did the Canadians win the series, they didn't even allow it to go back to a Game seven in Vegas. That is how it think of this. Think of starting a year where before the year there's no shot, the team deserves to be in the playoffs. They're down 31 of their first round series versus powerhouse may believe team and yet find their way to the sports championship series. Well leading scorers of guys who are now playing more player games in the regular season games. It is an unbelievable miracle story along the way that frankly, if this was a United States team, and maybe one of our other big three sports that we care about more Would be the lead story no matter what slam dunk everywhere, So it's kind of like the Rays getting to a World Series, having penny pinched and drafted well and developed well. But before they were good, I mean last year, the Rays were really good. We knew they were really good. They make the World Series. But even more so it would be like the Rays if the Rays were the Yankees because the Canadians are the most decorated hockey franchise. They have all of those banners and all of those cups and all of that history and all of those Hall of Famers. So you're right if like this was the Packers or the Cowboys. If this was the Yankees or the Lakers, and before the season, there was no chance they would make the playoffs. They slip in as the last team into the playoffs and then knock off one of the best teams in the league to get to a Super Bowl or World Series and NBA finals. With no household names and all youngsters. You're right. That story would be an enormous American sports story. That's a good way to look at it. You could pick them Lakers cowboys Anybody stripped down to the nubs? Nobody left young guys. You don't expect it and what a run it is. It is magical up in Montreal. It's crazy, and so we wait to see a game seven Lightning and Islanders. What's an upside down Mike doing these days? What's what's the Schwartz doing these days before a game seven. This is insane. And to this ultimately becomes where do you go? Right? You know, I don't look down is growing up here, but I have enough close friends and family root form. Can you root for a Peter Schwartz tonight to basically be begging for the free, You know, T shirts heading into the Stanley Cup. Do you root that way Or do you root against? I don't know. It is going to be some scene. I can tell you tonight. There's already plans of a watch party with no Islander fans invited the Bob's bar. That will split off. We talked about on the drought banning Islanders fans from their own watch party. It's cruel, not going to happen. The Islander fans could come down and hang at my sister's house. I think they'll be like 15 of them watching and I respect it. Yeah, this one. I said, people, you know, guys calling their fathers who they haven't watched because this, you know an experience you your whole life. Your favorite team You grew up watching. You know the whole deal with your dad, and then they finally come on the college. That's a big moment for them. There will be hate watching going on at Bob's Bar. Oh, look. I will say the right things of the Islanders win and you can call me that on Twitter because I have enough close friends and family. But just strictly from a I can't have it growing up on Long Island the way I did. I can't have the Islanders in the Stanley Cup this year. I can't have it. God said Bob Barr is holding a watch party. But banning Islanders fans for watching the game. They're absolutely so it will be as strictly if you're a hockey fan. Come on, buy to Bob's Bar Tonight, we're gonna enjoy it. We're not going to play any music when the lightning scoring in like this, But there's going to be a lot of links and a lot of under the bar fist pumps when the Lightning score tonight that is the scene that it's a game seven. I go to the Stanley Cup. How do you not gather and watch this? But you can't have the Islanders go there. That's gross. Wow. Well, what I want is if the Islanders win Those 15 aggressively drunk crying, screaming aisles, fans three doors down to march with pitchforks three doors down the other way. And stampede. Through Bob's bars Gates and take over the place to celebrate all night long with shots and beers that you guys have to be swallowed by these. These Neanderthal Islanders fans. That is the one thing that is allowed as much as we will hate watch when the game concludes if the Islanders have one The gates will be allowed to open at Bob's Bar because it is still a neighborhood bar and grill and you will be if you choose to celebrate winning. They're allowed to win. Play the music have a good time take shots, and it will be up to us who hate watch to walk away or join it. So Vincent Lecavalier a is invited to Bob's bar tonight. But Mike Bossy is not. That's a great job at you. Yes, he is Robin three to want to be happy with that reference. Yes, Matter of fact. There is now a lightning park, sitting next to the TV at Bob's Bar as well. Wow. You guys are so petty. You guys said we are. We're the worst tapped the keg on Petty just re gulping from it. We are bad human beings. There's no doubt about it. Pete. How bad do you hate this? It's ridiculous is beyond petty Bianca. You should want to have these people at the ball have a little interaction. They're your friends, all the great business they'll bring in here. That's what we should want to have at the bar. Absolutely get lost. They can have their own watch party enjoy with your island of fans were not island of fans. Let's go lighten it. When we come back on the show box has stunned to a news D, a CBS Sports radio. Finding great candidates. The higher can be like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure, you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope the.

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"robin three" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers

Pop Culture Gamers

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"robin three" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers

"The third one is second faith Exchange too but it's It isn't eight different characters this time. Above it yeah. Yeah because it's been three. Strange games hazardous while it was like a follow up to the other avid tae which had wanted the characters from the first one. Now this is what was completely. I don't say the equatorial recognize coming out on thirty seven july. It's a may not become utterly combative infants on numerous. Don't remember a yeah. It's people say any gangs folks the practice. Shall i go with one. I've been playing yet. Yeah right up in persevering breakfast still still playing it And it's starting to get more difficult said last week that i haven't really looked to the upgrade mechanic much but i think To have to start getting into that because the speed is not so much the issue. It's more of the fat. You get beaten up. But that is one of the frustrating things about the game as well. I don't know what about you guys. But if i'm in for a championship a light to finish first in every rice all at least in the top two or three and if i if i done i'll stall the rice again still yet so ally and on finding now so many times. I think it's multitude with the way they progress. The track design because so many times. Now you'll be in the league going round with maybe two cole is to go in the last lap on. You'll just get tipped towel on the back of your call spin you and you'll end up ten twelve out of fifteen sixteen calls you literally almost one the rice site. It's it is guessing frustrating but you just have to as part of the appeal. I think you just have to kind of learn the game and and the way you can stay out of trouble It's yeah it's it's i'm still really enjoying. It is some one rice today. Where i can't remember a they kind of each race. Cotton quite remember it. But you would wrought driving a reliant robin three room wheeler and. You're the only car in the race. The rest which is coaches. They even had a couple of bendy buses in and it was just stolen oval track and it's just and you basically had to try and survive the rice six laps on track and try and finish i. It was just fantastic. Really a like the kind of the innovation on the rice citizen. The way thinking is it's really clever design On often playing more out reuters. And i think this game a starting to lose me now. I'm just yeah. I've done a few side quests A beat the boss south of the top of the tower with a feisty electric out you united going. We've done that. Yeah and I've done another one off that a side quest and i'm just finding it quite pestis now you know it's it's becoming more. The more i play it. I'm finding it more the same reasons. I didn't really get never really gone well. We are coming to light now in this game the stories not really gripping enough to keep me interested and appropriately adding. I'm done on it yet but the appeal is stopped. Where of with this game yet. It's open up more areas too fast travelling if you want to kind of thing but yet it's i'm upgrading. The weapons and getting better all or back kind of normal thing just is the grind of that..

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"robin three" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on KCRW

"Harrowing detail. Tyler Norwood's film streaming on digital platforms, and Vo de also offers a portrait of unfathomable courage. It's a horror story shackled to a hero's journey about a man with a surpassingly fertile mind who feels himself his deepest, essential self coming inexplicably undone. Much of the story is told Straight to the camera by Susan Schneider Williams, Robin's third wife and widow. They were married in 11 2003 years before his death of the age of 63. Her account of his decline during the time they were together is leavened by lovely evocations of his gift and his legendary kindness. Mainly, though, the film is a chronicle and of celebration. Of Robin suffering what made the suffering worse if that's possible was a delay in reaching a correct diagnosis. He knew that something was at work in the recesses of his mind, something sinister that was sparking wild hallucinations and paranoid rages. But for the longest, Wiley didn't know what it wass. I first met him in 1990 set of a film called Awakenings. It was based on a book by the neurologist Oliver Sacks, with Robin playing a fictionalized version of the great man. The astonishing thing was his banter between takes. He was so quick and blissfully funny, but I asked him just on an impulse if he'd consider talking to me for a piece on how his mind worked. The idea was vague, best foolish at worst, but he immediately said yes. The subject interested him though he had absolutely no vanity. A few months later, I found myself sitting in his living room while he performed brilliant improv for me over the course of two afternoons, and I would stop him every now and then, is we'd agreed to inquire how one idea had led to another to try to track his hurtling train of thought. I thought back to those afternoons. As I watched Robin's wish, remembering the delight he took in performing even for an audience of one now having seen Tyler Norwood's film. I can't imagine the depth of his pain as his brain and wondrous mind disintegrated month by terrifying month his widow calls him a warrior. He was surely that in a war he was doomed to lose and what a fight he fought. I'm Joe Morgan stare and I'll be back on Casey Ar w next week with more reviews. You're listening to K C R.

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"robin three" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Radio Sports Robin. Three rounds completed PGA and Harding Park just going. Dustin Johnson has falls into the lead thanks to a five under round of 65 on Saturday, he said nine under par Scott Cameron champion after the Round D. J spoke about the key to his success. Putted really well, you know me, but I had a lot of good shots to get myself a good books because you know the flags are tough greens or firm fast, so I did hit a lot of quality iron shots. Tomorrow. I think I need to go out definitely to hit more fairways because it was really tough playing this call from the rough. That's the leader Dustin Johnson, his best buddy. Defending camp Brooks kept in a group of 32 shots off the lead Tiger Woods around to over. That's his tournament score as well. The ENDA bubble loca tions of the Dallas Mavericks with a triple double Saturday night, 36 points, 14 boys with a career best 19 assists. The man's in overtime knockoff Milwaukee 1 36 1 32 P. J. Warren stained red hot for the Pacers, 39 in Indiana's win 1 61 11 over the Lakers. The NHL, the top seed in the East, will go to the Flyers. Philadelphia beats the Tampa Bay Lightning for one in the West Las Vegas is the Golden Knights earned that spot with 43 overtime win over Colorado and baseball ESPN in baseball Instead of passion, reports the Cardinals with Pittsburgh Monday postpone the Cardinal's Open 19 positive test result. The ENDA.

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"robin three" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Slash bbq central show on facebook. As we think Robin for joining us this past segment. She had made mention of some creepy grandma account. Now months ago. Could it be a year now? Already it could. I mean definitely months ago. I mean it could be a year I. Guess. But. What I'm here to tell you is. We have tease. I. Talked to Robin Three hours ago or four hours ago. In. Preparation for this segment. And, we agree that we were going to connect the different way. Whatever Go. And right at the end she said, Hey, maybe we can finally talk about that instagram account that we've been teasing months and months and months. Well, we didn't come to that again so. I will now tease it again. Next month, there is a potential opportunity that we will talk about some creepy instagram account that Robin was GonNa talk about months and months ago, we might not get into it. But we might get into it. Who knows. But. I will say that out loud. We might talk about. Here's something I was wondering who was going to notice when I didn't scroll back through all the comments. Guy. Chisholm. Rights. Green shirt. Equals no green screen. I could never wear the shirt before. There was no way. I was ever going to wear the shirt. I mean I, wear it except that. It would. You would just see. The neck up. The shirt would blend in with green screen, I would get keyed out in a heartbeat. So that's why we've moved to the completely natural fabric brick. Which, I think looks pretty good. Very happy with it. I'm very happy with the whole setup I, wish you could see the confidence monitor that I have set up. It's huge. It's a, it's a normal television, just running out from the tower to the computer. Or to the screen. So if somebody were to come in to this portion of the Studio Aka, the unfinished basement, they could pull up a chair slap on some headphones and then watched the show on television. then. If I guess I can just angle it and they can see the show happening as it is. Because seeing it like this, you know all you know you can see bricks over here. You can see the light. You know. Too. Little, unprofessional. But. Not from the head on view, it looks very professional, of course. So. Without the green screen I'm free to widen by. Wardrobe choices if you will. So. We'll see how that works out. I might be wearing a lot. I. Had a lot of these five of these shirts. Red One, blue one, a grey one. Green one. Another one that I can think of right off the top of my head, but it's probably one of those normal collars. So. I can start wearing those now and it's going to be very exciting. Episode One, hundred and thirty, six taking you back to August fifth twenty fourteen. This'll be coming up Friday on the best moments of the barbecue central show the most raved about shows. In the history of this show have always been competition barbecue roundtables and the format. I would ask the three top pitmasters from each kcbs category to come on the show, and for an hour, they would break down and share the entire recipe technique for cooking. Whatever protein we were discussing that night. In this episode, we talk brisket with the top three at the time Donnie brave from Warren County, pork choppers, I. Don't know if he's still competing at this point, but he was a runner-up for team of the year. I think the next year, he was actually team of the year so. In, his timeframe, one of the most successful competition cooks and traveled all over the country to do. It gave some really great prices from what I understand had a great setup in Kentucky. Probably still has a great setup in duckie. Jason. Goal from G.. Q. Barbecue was in and rounding out the panel was Jim. Eleazar from sweet smoke Q.. Both are currently competing Jason a lot more into the restaurant side of things, but when he can fit it in under a normal calendar year. We'll get some contests in still is Highly Professional. It's like highly. That's all right. We got area code eight, zero, one name and where you're calling from. Lake City Salt Lake City. WHO's this? Lee Anthony Luhan. The Anthony Lewis. What can I do for owner? What happened? If you've called the show would happen? Well. First of all, I should've had my skype on mute. So you wouldn't have heard the skype tones come in, and then I get a notification that there's a call coming in and I decided at that very moment. Do I wanNA break format of the take that I'm in and received the phone call or do I just let it go to voicemail and continue on carrying the show as I normally do. But I will I was encouraged. I was encouraged to pick up the phone and LO and behold it's smoke ain't no jokes pit master, the Anthony. Third. So. This past weekend anthony. I did did. I beat my son. That's all that matters saw finally was a day contest or was it a barbecue contest or what? Sea. event. Yes. It was I was able to pick up a check as well to took fourth out of thirty nine teams. What does that what? Was that what? Does that get you? Hundred Fifty Bucks you know. Back. That's. What. I didn't get the message from rosty that I was Gonna be repaying his entry fee. Did you notice a a large influx of straight up sears on steaks or no? Actually. I didn't There's only two serious stakes that I know of in rusty with one of them, and he did not perform as expected and he does not WanNa talk about it anymore. So we'll move on from AL, right. I'll be making a special note to bring that up in the fourth Tuesday of the month about searing stakes. No doubt about it. You'RE GONNA be competing this coming weekend anthony. Not. This. Weekend on taking the weekend off though where they've been going on around here. So I think they can have the following weekend. So how many teams are in that right now you know. So far from what I've heard. There's Pushing close to thirty so we'll.

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"robin three" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"If this were traditional year and we all know it's not hockey would have been over by now by a month. Plus, But get ready to start. Begin. Greatest, the ABS back on the ice pick. Yes, he has four day training camp got underway yesterday. Plenty of attention on rookie of the year candidate Kale McAra, who admits he hasn't spent much time thinking about playing games. With no fans in the stands. I think just being able to practice in the Pepsi Center right now and practice without fans there, nobody in the building and just being quiet. It's a different atmosphere in here. You're gonna have to find energy in different ways, but I mean Coming from different leagues and stuff like that have played games where there hasn't been many fans in the building and you have to create your own energy. Whether it's on the venture just through your individual self, So it's going to be different and obviously hopefully it's not something in its permanence. But It's gonna be. It's gonna be an interesting experience prior to the start of the play offs, absolute participate in a round Robin three team mini tournament, If you will, is they take on ST Louis August 2nd, followed by Dallas and in Las Vegas yesterday, University of Colorado athletic director Rick George held a video conference call with media and said. The Pac twelve's main reason for going to conference on league games was because the protocols could be uniformed throughout the league, also that he was disappointed that the Rocky Mountains showdown against CSU September 5th and Fort Collins would be cancelled. He also said that he's hopeful that we do have is close to a normal college football season. We knew there would come a day that you know we've either gonna play or we're not gonna play Wii. All ready to play and we want to be in a position that The protocols that we have in place ensures the health and safety of not only our student.

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"robin three" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Don't get the cars aspect of a brave you are missing here well he will remember he won the home run derby he was a surprise home run derby winner would have like twenty twenty five home runs a year hats we hit like one of the longest home runs ever in home run derby one of the best most home runs around and then well it's sort of like a huge trend now guys have bad second half they lose their Sweeney was one guy red Sox called right right right the trade if I'm not mistaken Bobby a Bray who I think was initially an astro and was taken by the devil rays in the expansion draft on the devil rays traded him to the Phillies for that shortstop in soccer yeah while we were there remember always trade to the Yankees with him in the late Cory Lytle went to the Yankees who went back to Philly in that trade I don't remember yeah I don't remember that I called what do J. that's right for the candy eater we can't yes candy and we just can't we just can't house it also say your waffle beer memory was like afraid of the right field wall yeah yeah it was yeah and and it was a funny play for the Mets do what you have Yankee metal yeah I mean I don't want I don't wanna call moderated but you look back at his like prime years I mean they aren't quite right away he was a very good player he's not a hall of Famer but any very good very good yeah best way to describe them and unfortunately that whole wall thing really stop that he's just afraid of the right field fence basically because he was a pretty good defensive right fielder before whatever reason on the fly ball we got close to the wall that reputation release but it and I know he feels this way about Aaron judge it's like there's sometimes where you're just like you know what is it worth it yeah I know I know I know plays at the wall using might be a home run a double but sometimes you have to think about the law you know the long game yeah very good very good very rusty stop in the playoffs against the raids in seventy three on a ball hit by Dan Driessen made this great catch you get the right field wall it's J. and destroyed is that you shoulder couldn't throw for the whole world series that's right you missed a few of the World Series games right yeah I'll do you miss any games but I but he did he couldn't throw it was actually thrown a ball from right field Monday Jeez yep that Bobby Bradley that's a good one L. Coleman do say sweeties candy knows now is a good one all right moving on to this player had more steals in his career than home runs more steals than home runs can I ask a follow up sure I might not have the answer but as Joe heard of him it's too early for Ricky Henderson so could have been a bad show heard of this guy no shot I'm gonna say no shot this guy so whatever it is I don't think so so we're talking about a guy who is bare barely a major leaguer presumably questions all right what he F. three steals it to all it's a little more like maybe like you know forty steals you know there's a couple more hits here but he had more steals in home runs all right he won a ring but it was not the World Series he played in so he had he was he wandering but it was not in the World Series he played say played a World Series at a World Series he played any law stated he was on a losing team obviously right and then the one he was alright but he was on a team that won the World Series but he can play right because if you get within like forty feet of the stadium they give you a home or are they gave me a rain cloud the fact that's not always true keep going okay how about this in this type of player would hit this big Homer against this type of team at a pivotal post season game so think of a franchise that is outdoor ice it's like al Weiss in all run for the Mets in the World Series right you know I think of that think of a franchise in baseball that is sort of taking these guys off the scrap heap right right and they've had a great postseason moments Rollins maybe they've even when the MVP of the series so what what franchise in baseball is known for the Yankees now you not know how a whole more home than that the cardinals he out and what team would you say over the last maybe like ten years maybe a little less has had brutal postseason moment after brutal policies a moment we don't rate is at a pretty brutal yeah but yes they couldn't but his carnal so you got to think nationally mmhm Milwaukee cardiology him I just want a couple of minutes are up but they have been yeah right exactly right you got it I mean the less yeah I already started I'll give you one more him maybe maybe this will get it for having he shares the same last name with an NBA great center navy hello Robert last name is Roberts also I think Shane robin three one headed there to deep left field that goes on a bus on the track he's at the wall.

"robin three" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"At the PGA tour victories for Tiger Woods from two thousand data moving on had four in two thousand and eight the most memorable one the U. S. open with the playoff up against Rocco mediate then in two thousand and nineteen had six victories Arnold Palmer invitational the memorial tournament A. T. and T. national the Buick open at the world golf championships at the Bridgestone invitational and the BMW championship that in two thousand and twelve three victories Arnold Palmer memorial tournament at A. T. and T. national then in two thousand and thirteen had five victories you start to think he's coming back then a lot more did transpire did not have another went until twenty eighteen and have a lot of injuries as well that in twenty eighteen how does get that tour championship victory where you saw the crowds that day and I was even watching the Scott van pelt version of it on ESPN this must've been three weeks ago four weeks ago maybe where you get the the roar of the crowd back in M. and just as those crowds at a golf event and how they were following tiger in that absence of five years to get that victory was really something and then in two thousand and nineteen we know we get the ultimate redemption story when he does when the masters in which was a great and I mean a great tournament not only because tiger wins and we all know home that's the Utes story line Tiger Woods winning but you see that field and that day and you look at the final leader board and what that event ended up being yes you remember it with tiger but the amount of movement that you did have in that final day and they move that toward emit up early that final Sunday because of the weather at Augusta to squeeze it in and I actually remember I was doing a weekend overnight Saturday into Sunday and I had to tape some interviews because for this weekend overnight shifts to take a lot of the interviews and I remember that I was taping an interview early in the morning and I slept in the office at three forty five Hudson street and I and I slept in that office and there was a TV in the office I go into the interviews and miss about like a a hole or two and then I watched the rest of the tournament at three forty five lots and street and that was such a powerful rise and return of Tiger Woods because even though tiger has won tournaments since the scandal he did not win a major and that's the standard of success for Tiger Woods is winning those majors and I always several people say aw come on Zac how do you say he's back well he's not back in telling one that major and then we did see him when that major that's you proclaim Tiger Woods to be back that that final field I'll give you the the top you know golfers that were in there you know and I'll go through this this less tiger finished one Xander sharply and Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka finished tied for second hi Dan for fifth Jason day website as soon Francesco Molinari and Tony fino then Jon Rahm Patrick Cantlay Rickie Fowler Bubba Watson Justin Thomas Justin Harding Matt coucher any importer that is that is some finish and then left the Adam Scott we're in the top now we're tied for eighteenth as well who that that is some finish really is some Venice and I think I said I mean our earlier it was Francesco Molinari excuse me who had the who had the lead and then on the back nine my name in corner I did have his his problems because with what he was doing you thought he was going to win the tournament especially with what happened on the the front nine if memory serves me right and then on the back nine that that's where he he he got into some trouble really one of the all time great tournaments it's up there in a in a top three masters of of all time and and some say it's number one you know it's it's tough to rank those things as Molinari led for fifty four holes at the masters in April two thousand nineteen huh that's that's crazy that that is not when can you remember it was that that tee shot one thirteen were hit the water and ended up double bogeying did not win that one and then you hit water again on fifteen region talk about a contention is that's a that's a brutal defeat what how excellent he was in that tournament could not get that victory is is really really something getting back to our poll question between these four athletes which athlete would you most want to see a last chance that the documentary on tiger Brady lebron and Barry Bonds robin three two one says Brady ESPN should do a thirty for thirty titled pick one ninety nine plain and simple ESPN that they did I don't know if it was a thirty for thirty maybe it was in the sixties they did a a documentary on on all the quarterbacks or or an episode on all the quarterbacks I think it was any sixty that did go before Brady and then the and Brady is what they called it what was it the Brady six because it was six quarterbacks I think that one before when you go back to that nineteen ninety nine draft so yeah you could do you know there's going to be things you know all for these guys to talk about Tiger Woods we're talkin about Tom Brady lebron James and Tiger Woods Tom Brady lebron James and Barry Bonds you could do a field that all this and there's so much out there bonds to me though that's the one that I would want to see the most just because I would like to get a true full Barry Bonds I would I would love to get a true for Barry Bonds and we've never really got a truthful Barry Bonds but we have so yeah they did that east sixty on Brady back in that two thousand draft class all right we'll break here will come on back what they John the biggest stories in the world of sports that is a segment that we call the news brief and some really really juicy audio from doc rivers with Ernie Johnson yesterday will be back in five minutes you don't want to miss it you're listening to the Zacks yelp show.

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"robin three" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Know when you're young. It seems like you've got all the time in the world and then you wake up one day and you're thirty forty fifty or older and so are your teen idols. So reconnecting with my friend who had lost touch with after we moved away. ended up having a whole lot of meaning to it. So that's what I'm going to read about now robin married and raised a beautiful family when my own marriage ended having produced no children of my own. I sometimes wondered aloud if I'd contributed much to the betterment of the world. A kind friend here in North Carolina replied that she saw in me a great capacity and a gift for friendship. If that was true I knew where I learned it then. One day in two thousand thirteen. The phone rang. Hi It's Robin and there was. The same voice is heard hundreds of times back when we were girls she was passing through Charlotte within ten minutes. We were rummaging funky boutique and no dot and digging for beads. Just as if more than thirty years had gone by I noticed. She was wearing a truly giant diamond solitaire. She said Vats for surviving breast cancer. And I gasped. I was ashamed. I hadn't known that my oldest friend in the world had endured months of grueling treatments and they're miserable side effects. We've promised each other. We would reconnect real life and we did in the next year and a half. I visited Robin three times. We careen our around like kids again and scoured Cape Cod for trinkets on the fourth of July on Labor Day. Weekend at her family's pool. We were listening to under pressure. The Catchy Queen David Bowie. Collaboration from Nineteen eighty-one I'd heard it countless times. But it somehow never quite recognized. It's elegant demand for justice and for love in a world but puts people on streets. Robbins said I think this is the most important song of our generation at fifty nine. She was still proclaiming her faith in humanity and her devotion to the power of popular music after all those years apart reconnecting with Robin was all such good Glorious Fun but her cancer had come back and buy February. She was gone near the end. I told Robin what my friend and North Carolina headset about my capacity for friendship. I said I want you to know that I learned everything I know about it from you and I can never repay you for that without missing. A beat she replied. Did it ever occur to you that I learned from you somewhere? Along the way Robin did finally meet Mark. Lenzi in person of this. I am certain. Recently I googled. Paul Revere and the raiders to fact check my teenage memories. Ironically the squeaky clean band. That wasn't cool enough for. Fm Radio drew interest from punk artists. In the one thousand nine hundred eighty s Mark Lindsay had gone out on his own in the nineteen seventies had several hits and was making appearances as recently as twenty thirteen. His hair is still dark but he no longer wears a ponytail tale. He turned seventy seven years. Old On march ninth two thousand Nineteen Band founder. Paul Revere died in two thousand fourteen. Davy Jones of the monkees is gone to. He died back in twenty twelve. The last time I checked Bobby Sherman was still with us and sometimes I wonder how many other faces from my photo wall. We've lost to date but I don't actually want to know the number because eventually it will be all of them all of us musicians and fans mothers and daughters and once young girls who became friends for life until then let's promise each other. We'll never stop riding bikes wearing lipstick and singing the songs that bring us joy whether it's from Broadway billboard or anyplace else we discover the music in our hearts I mean. That's a wonderful Piece recollection I know. It's probably hard feud even just read that now thinking about your friend. Yeah and But this the stories are telling both of you. It's about friendships peers. At that time. Who were swooning the same way you are when you look back? You're having a laugh about it later over a glass of wine right or mixed drink. Whatever might be But Yeah what a nice tribute to her as well and your essay. So thank you for that. Give so we're going to shift back from minute to another boy band here. Let's go back to Herman for a second And his hermits. So you told this first part of your story Tammy With this sort of encounter with your hero and But then life you know is funny like that. You never had that sort of encounters younger right. I did not and I really envy those. Who DID I don't know how life would be different. Had I met him back when I was thirteen? Probably a WHO knows. But but I'm one of those rare instances where they actually get to meet the idol later. But you are still a member of the fan club all through life now. I was never a member actually never was a member of the family till I'm much older to remember. Now Yeah Technically yes so probably elected president before you know it after this I so you want to set up this. Read here a little bit. I got okay Well this is later. You know forty eight years later and I'm actually going to meet him officially who I've met him in the autograph lines before I have not really been a guest backstage. Peter remained off my radar until two thousand thirteen when he gave a concert in North Carolina. And I discovered that his fan club of pneumatics was still alive and well as a new lifetime. Peter Noone Fan club member. I went backstage pass for his show in Vegas. It's Friday night and Peter. Noone is expecting me. Finally after forty eight years. The theatre door opens Serena a fellow. Nunavik and I are led past Warren of dressing rooms. We step inside. And there's Peter Wearing a dove grey shirt and tie jeans and Beatle boots. I keep reminding myself you are really here in Herman's dressing room. The Fan magazines didn't lie. He's five foot ten most and I'm wearing flats just like I imagined in eighth grade. Please excuse the mass he says he points at Serena. She's my chaperone. I explained and we laugh. The first order of business is a photo billy. What are the guitarist? Snaps to pictures and hands the iphone to Peter who taps the images for me view. Which do you like? He says the second one is better of you. I say that works for him. I knew it would. The Rim can't be more than nine by twelve feet. The writer of me take mental notes to remember. What's being said WHO's doing what. Peter Straightens his tie. How does this look? It's supposed to be half an inch. Below the belt. Buckle Serena and I nod our approval then he throws on his jacket a perfect match the tie and shirt. This is my Tyler. Hang Right. Do I look all right? This is surreal. I'm grateful that Serena is along to help carry the day. That feels warm in here. Then I blurred out now. I'm one degree of separation from Dennis Miller. I've done my homework comedian. Dennis Miller is his neighboring good friend. Peter looks at me as as five lost my mind. No really I love Dennis Miller. I think he's hilarious. I say then Peter banters about how hard it is to keep up with Miller when they have lunch together. You need a dictionary. He says I knew my flats would help the see eye to eye after a few more laughs. It's almost show time as we pass the refreshment table. Peter urges us to help ourselves to a large chocolate chip cookie Iran. Mind the NAPKIN and Tuck it into my handbag this evening. I'm in the front row and when Peterson's Mrs Brown he's not eight feet in front of me. I managed to bring the prize cookie home intact. Two months later when the cookie is fully dried and shellacked. I gather it along with my Golden Nugget Napkin ticket and backstage photo and head to a local frame shop. The young clerk. They're asked about the items to go into a shadow box. Why do you want to keep this stuff? She says I met Peter Noone. He gave me the cookie. I say sheepishly. He was my teen idol. That's awesome. She says though. She has no idea who peter noone is was he sort of like the backstreet boys. The backstreet boys never outsold the Beatles. They were never in feature films or hosted a vh one program or disc jockeys for a satellite radio or played a starring role in a Broadway musical. They've never matched wits with Dennis Miller. I know.

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"robin three" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Veteran FBI agents user manual for behavior prediction thanks so much robin for the time we appreciate it and have me on guys robin three key is his name D. R. E. E. K. E. appellees sizing people up and so now fascinating I'd be a little nervous hard to be married to that guy right as you say when you go over to his father son you know the kind of almost like he was it meet the Fockers or something like that the guy to meet the parents where the where the data as a shot now you're trying to date his daughter and he knows everything about you could just see I you guys have fifty nine here are Colorado's morning you should drive right now as we check in with John Morse your heart and you start let's start downtown pretty busy drivable by twenty five and I. seventy eastbound six that you have the out of late which study of what's worth I your I. seventy drives heavy from federal across I twenty five to seventy they clear that's all it was was bound to seventy your call back your heavy off by seventy east up to seventy load of approaching Vasquez down toward the south side your northbound I. twenty five drive out of Douglas county into the tech center heavy before you get the rich get all the way under the sea for seventy south bound to do five loaded up from I love that earlier crash north out of six there's a long gone deal so that's not a big deal but speaking of the war area the intersection of seventeenth in Peoria closed because of a really bad crash it was a fatal crash overnight they're still investigating so another route this morning of seventeen to and Peoria is part of your normal route see for seventies heavy eastbound past was worth and Santa Fe that was about drive around two eighty five and it was so the deluxe pretty good although I seventy six days pretty heavy come in westbound from I twenty five worked with commerce city to this reporter's once by geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent more guard church your rent your home sure you do fortunately geico makes it easy to bundle your home and auto insurance and it's a good thing too because having a home is hard work go to geico.

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"robin three" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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12:00 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Here of Jamie Markley has the van camp there Scott robin three lock box that means he'll back in the news how what the trouble yeah this is the Democrat who of Harlem through a poll that if that's the Democrat who's run out of office because you had an inappropriate relationship with a staffer aside from the throttle they're inviting the other lady and but anyway she's preaching to the American people about what integrity Figari matters yes now she's been on CNN a whole lot recently she was on with Chris Cuomo and talked about how this impeachment process shows we need more Democrats in the Senate like how the wide like the Democrats with the house last year they are so we my amplifier more on the show yes are you kidding me go ahead Katie in the house is that there are people who have been elected just like happened in twenty eighteen who are going to ensure accountability that's why you have a house of representatives that turnover because now it is not the chairman Adam Schiff is and what I think we have to show is that the Senate is in you is full of those same Republicans are going to continue to let trump or any other president that they feel like benefits and politically whatever they want the money to get people in intact with an actual integrity in the Senate in in charge as well yeah many Houston Astros are going to kids and tell or not to cheat was it necessary man one Astros fans here did not like it hi from all right you can't even disavow that's what's really sad just took the took the wind out of my sails and from rated T. off on Katie hilltop having the I yeah I can now I'm just so sad I'll be in they all be on the corner crying this is something rich though okay but I don't have to be you know the producers at CNN yeah or the young interns that are run around there they have to be like talking to each other at all gone did you get that AT field talking about integrity this is Larry and Brian Stelter broader on yesterday to talk about the right wing smear campaign that got her out of office pretty sure it was Nancy Pelosi you said it's time for you to go okay I'm just asking a question all right yeah I know nothing about Stelter is he a single guy now he's married he's got a couple kids okay like it makes sense why is he trying to put on it in order for like I feel like I'm on your side Katie yeah yeah for Brian in there yeah I I saw yours soon to be ex husband he had seems like you don't have that much against older white guys are a little how to shape so I was just thinking maybe at a shot but he's happily married okay right that takes that theory right away alright moving on then Rick Perry yeah this story this is a beaut now I I think it's kind of interesting because Rick Perry is being attacked right now for something you said in an interview with ed Henry on fox news now this clip is circulating and to me it's really funny to see the criticism because there's a there's a huge point of clarification in the exact clip that they're referencing by they're using what Rick Perry said to say that yeah trump is a cult leader right yes when I saw the headline of this I could tell okay this this is going to be problematic yeah I could see how this is going to be spine your major Aaliyah god used the imperfect people all through history king David what perfect house all what perfects Allman one perfect and I actually gave the president little one pager on those Old Testament kings about a month ago and I shared with my said Mister president I know there are people that say you know you you said you were the chosen one and and I said the war I said if if you're a believing Christian you understand god's plan for the people who rule and and and and judge over us on the on this planet in our in our government yeah but the context is no fun right better to say Rick Perry said trump was sent by god but even in line the end right and so I I see the headline anything Jeez what you direct come on come on be here that clip and you can understand what he's getting at but I think it's really funny because in the very same clip that's making the rounds now that has all these people a Donald Trump saying all he is a cult leader in that very same video clip you got ed Henry from fox news making a point directly to the people who are doing exactly what he knew what do with this clip brought in last fall on the last attack for Kerry can point out to me she believes Brock bomb was sent by god as well the city for that moment in that time that he thinks for this moment this time Donald Trump was sent by god to do great things yeah I've heard explained that way before but there's a lot of things which is say within different religions in this case Christianity that if you say it to another Christian they'll understand what you're talking about if you say that to a non believing Christian they'll think you're nuts the aids I mean you just know that so by you know chosen by god yeah I'm thinking listen I'm not a theological major anything but if you go Old Testament great different times god save you don't really want to king you don't want a leader I'm telling you the people like we want one okay I give me one there you go let's see what happens and then you know what happens and it's the same way it's not to say I'm not trying to speak for Rick Perry my my thought of what he's getting at is sometimes the people get what they want and that's a good thing and even if you in your opinion is will this president is awful as far as my faith is concerned in this country what you saying that god can't use that in some way to benefit his greater purposes of course he can't he's got my the argument a god too busy to be involved in politics I don't know too many god chooses winners and losers I honestly don't know too many people that are trying to either follow Christ to follow their religion exclusively that say those sorts of things in they know god's timetable but they spend no time with him right right just anecdotally that right of note yes well like the person that says well I think god's got better things to do when the last time you said prayer for ten minutes right I can also understand where you say well I think he stays out of politics but he doesn't your point I mean I gather well if you're a believing Christian right god's interested in every part of your life yes every part yeah so you think what what he just turns out the lights when you think about politics I don't know now if these well maybe well but I mean maybe like you said there were the disciples don't bring it up don't bring it up you also have a free will this is gonna break the last supper combines Judy's game online or not we're not doing this we've all seen your bumper stickers it's okay no but I mean if you if you're talking even like free will someone sometimes you get the you know intellectuals that will argue this like you get you know a Christian apologist debating a Sam Harris atheist who is a brilliant guy they're very well spoken at age a great debater going back and forth just on free will some people that'll drive crazy I find it really interesting I watched one of those actually over the weekend you know so if you just know when you see a headline like that or if Rick Perry does say something like that a CNN is going to grab on sure yeah absolutely that helps them persuade their audience that seed these people are a bunch of kooks exactly that's what the whole game it yeah so yeah I'm sure were not done hearing the end of that one meanwhile Oklahoma students working on removing some words yes this doesn't seem very Oklahoma to me no it doesn't advising that listen I I think it's just because you have a couple of people and you right now we just don't have enough actual problems in their lives but I saw this a campus reform students of the university of Oklahoma are working to remove the school's boomer and sooner Nick names out of concern that the words are offensive not to a baby boomers by the way but to native Americans according to the you daily the undergraduate student Congress met November twelfth to mandate a name change for the sooner freshmen council citing the words boomer in sooner as offensive to the native American community is this workers to a group of settlers who arrived in late eighteen hundreds in what is now the state of Oklahoma the Sooners yes okay that the offensive part the center part of the yes part both phone well do you find a problem with boomer okay boomer no there's got well if you say the derogatory like that yes David did the other day you did I don't know like I did it's our he's preparing the lawsuit against me right let me say I never thought about boomer sooner being offensive to native American as the sooner settle their lan kick the NDS offers at the bell and I I don't think it actually is offensive to anybody but what you have again and we've seen this time and time again as young white liberals feeling guilty about being young in white and deciding that they need to try to do something about it to prove that their woke yes it's like criticism of of of a of a mascot name like the red skins comes up I can understand where that criticism comes from yeah the Sooners thing come on man is it something more you could say the heart is in the right place maybe now I don't believe it is okay of whether or not they should feel guilt they do so they want to make it right so somehow there's something good about that it's just misled you know there are a lot of volunteer opportunities out there if you really wanted to help at risk populations you could do that in fact you can bet through the university of Oklahoma yeah that's pretty pesky work though it takes a lot of yeah I don't have it quite frankly well it will get to a little bit later if was the Yale Harvard football game I mean you get delayed what almost two hours because of the tire the climate protestors sit on the field and then the Yale police not wanting to hurt feelings and get him off the field hello where are we living get off the freaking field right we if you don't notice we don't have lights at the stadium if it gets dark we got a call the game we got to get going we went to be very careful with the students in respect their right to protest the thing is field there were a lot of people in the crowd who were unsure about global warming but when he saw that they were all in all absolutely nothing changes hearts and minds more than that tall body he got there I went over kids idiots no it's just that kind of stuff man people just had enough are you kidding me this.

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"robin three" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The rating of the eight of the gold please looking at looking at perfect yeah and he's kinda looking at purposes belly button you brought that up in between periods it was great the former goal for former captain Wally Chapman who works with robin three goes doing the caller tonight for the badgers we were talking about the old times in we should get a little bit more feisty out there like the back in the old days and and that's a good story to tell and you know what that's a ways should be get you'll get nothing better get in somebody's face how tough was Wally Chapman Wally was a Big Boy we used to call the shade tree this now he was he's a Big Boy the blonde street yeah yeah and Wally they're really good career good leader and all I could really hear you right we ran to reminds me a lot of of Wally they made a left winger big state can shoot the park it is run into old logging it into the attack zone find a with rounds block perfect minutes give control save money by level in any should say this you know I'm I'm I'm I'm throwing all this praise of Wally hi how do because he texted me for like three years what do you do one of what dole for their end in here that you know what many clean six two to one of our right you were second all time in yeah.

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"robin three" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Special Sunday night premiering at nine PM all the president's lives on CNN one of these kind of people going to do when trump wins reelection what what are they going to do anyway welcome back it's great to have you with us it's open line Friday Joss yeah there's no end in sight to this all the president's lies as in all the president's men this is aton doubted Lee in coordination with the Democrats on impeachment back to the phones mark in Houston it's great to have you Sir hello thank you right I am so looking forward to next year and most specifically the Republican primary where you're gonna have Republicans all over the country longing for Donald from in the worst month Anders plus million people following you in waiting to see who he's going to endorse and then I get up there and say rah rah because both of them are going to be doing that we're gonna have to watch for them articulate their respect for trump and his agenda and how they will be able to fit into that mold but I think it's going to be guitar pop all right yeah I know what what what what what what what what is it that has brought this line of thinking on I mean this what Republican primaries and trumpet in primaries for what one of the the senators that are retiring and so they're going to be facing two Republicans are going to want to fill that spot I was thinking to move into one of the state then announced my in it so you think you think one of the two like in every contest one of the two Republicans are there or maybe both of my gonna want trumps endorsement I'm so lonely they won't get elected without him they're going to have the two Republicans hello it's not in stock when you know what the reason why I'm I'm fascinated by this by the subject matter of your call is because I actually believe that the the Republican Party is is it doesn't always yeah but it gives trunks party for a for example the way to look at this mark let me ask you this when I go into little Spanish legal because you live in Houston you understand that after trump leaves office in twenty twenty four who will the next president be able to be somebody from the gem store at mit Romney moulder wanna be somebody trying to carry on the traditions of Donald Trump I'm sorry but Mitt Romney is a has been the move led Romney doesn't know where Romney thinks his future is being anti trump and how many of these Republicans campaigning from the Senate do you think you're going to believe the same thing that the way to get elected particulars comes in the middle of being impeached next year all of them were pretty about impeachment I'm sorry you know Donald Trump is not self serving as he wanted to be so certain of the private sector input mon from the government amen to that he didn't need to do any of this some serving in the private sector and so we don't look back at the sixties was million that voted for him are now saying you know what I know cause from do the best thing for this country any thoughtful Jammin spielen robin three we got that so from here on out I'm just going to trust my instincts as well I'm going to go with anybody through the schools are going to see I I I understand your you'll think you think the Republicans have the same common sense that you have that they can see the great things from some other country and by the way by the way I have somewhere in the stack here there's actually a story I'm always American expected or wanted there's a great column in the American sector but this very very thing all of the magical wonderful things trump has done during his presidency me find his baby yes yes here it is I'm David Katz Tolman or Catherine or whatever look up mark thanks for the call I'm on I'm gonna use your call here is the transition level inside baseball lingo all right into this piece and I don't have it I'm a good time to read the whole thing here but I'm what what trump is done economically policy wise is exactly what he was elected to do and the people that voted for him are not disappointed they're not unhappy they are checked off they are seething with rage and anger and there are more of them now than even those who voted for him you'll that weaves a we've seen the polling numbers in states that trump won narrowly like Wisconsin his approval is up and support for impeachment is down I got a note from a friend of my last night when this big news broke about the FBI the the warrant being tampered with the FISA warrant and this guy says that rush this is it all he had just seen the grim reaper on fox it when the grim reaper tracks out somebody died and he said you know you're right rush when they put her role on somebody's dead in this case it Shipman pelo see they've got to know it's over this is just the beginning of this job Giertych's small ball that's gonna in golf all meaning the the bombshell report last night from heart what's on his FISA story and they did the polling is collapsing on shift in policy and she does it his his question to me was how they got to get out of this rush how are they going to get out of it and you maybe you've heard that there is talk about censure Democrats backing off now and maybe they get Republicans go along my partners in this century not impeachment but in the long run to the president has behaved in ways that are not exemplary in problem but if the Republicans fall for that then there's there's there's going to be hell to pay anyway there's a school of thought out there that this is all caving on shift and pelo see and they don't know what order they do are and are in denial or that they know what and are looking for a way out I don't think so I think they're going to impeach I think they've got four articles of impeachment I think they want to go to trial in the Senate I think all they want the fact they want celebrating last night with adult beverages indication of a technician accomplished already they got the black mark they've got impeachment that's is that that's that's good enough for them walked back to this guy's question his question his call can be summarized in one simple question whose party is the Republican Party now is it Donald trumps party or somebody else's has trump transform the Republican Party and the simple answer is yes and Republicans it don't recognize that are in for deep doo doo now to the American spectator fees trump results verses mindless resistance do we want peace and prosperity or do we want nihilistic antics as I say it's by David Koepp crone I it's C. H. E. R. O. in so I'm guessing at the pronunciation the opening paragraph of this piece is going to be the last paragraph is good and everything in between is good there's the opening paragraph ready there we go three to one Americans are enjoying an all too on usual combination of peace and prosperity the probability that you will be killed or lose a loved one in a foreign war has dropped to nearly zero while the chance that you or anyone you know will be involuntarily employee is long word that it has been in fifty years more over real wages are increasing and inflation is negligible life's not problem free of course but times are genuinely gourd much of the credit for it is gratifying state of affairs is unquestionably owed to president trump yet the Democrats assure us that he is a clear and present danger the Republic president trump's most can speak your was successes have involved in domestic economy particularly the job market since his inauguration more than six million jobs have been created including nearly half a million manufacturing jobs the latest bureau of labor statistics report shows that unemployment only three point six percent including the wall was black unemployment rate in history Hispanic unemployment also remains near its lowest rate ever Democrats like Joe bite me insists the middle class has been left out of the trumpet commonly but this is fiction the latest data from the census bureau monthly surveys tell a different story real median household income the amount earned by those in the very middle hit sixty five thousand dollars in two thousand nineteen dollars for the twelve months ending in July that's the highest level ever we have the highest level ever median household income it is a game of four thousand dollars a year or six point eight percent since trump took office census bureau numbers by comparison during the seven and a half years under president Barack Obama starting from the end of a recession in June two thousand nine through January two thousand seventeen the median household income rose by only one thousand dollars now here's the last paragraph all of the above and much more was accomplished even as president trump was subjected the absurd Mahler investigation the even more asinine impeachment inquiry imagine what the president might have accomplished if the Democrats had accepted the will of the voters and make no mistake that's what this so called resistance is about the will of the voters speaker Pelosi and the Democrats have refused to acquiesce in the peaceful and orderly transfer of power to the president chosen by the people they have nothing to offer but impeachment that makes them far more dangerous than Donald Trump a freaking man to that exactly your knowledge as well as it did the refusal to accept the results of a constant effort to reverse the election results and it needs to be added here that the Democrats don't care a whit in fact the Democrats are distressed that this economic news and that's why they're news media is ignoring it suppressing it and not talking about another brief time out my friends as we continue here on the EIB now.

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"robin three" Discussed on KOMO

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04:29 min | 3 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back to America in the morning it is twelve before the hour president was not seen in public yesterday but he tweeted some comments about the G. seven meeting he attended in France and halfway around the world another president was reacting to a soft by president trump Bob Constantini reports Iran's president Hassan Rouhani is throwing cold water on president trump's willingness to consider meeting Rouhani in a speech on state TV Rouhani saying first off the U. S. must to lift quote all illegal unjust and unfair sanctions imposed on Iran and quote the money news conference and the the G. seven meeting Mr trump said he felt real Hollywood want to me to ease economic hardships on his country French president Emmanuel my call is trying to broker such a meeting hoping to make the best of Mr trump's taking the U. S. out of the Iran nuclear agreement all the other nations involved want to salvage it if someone intends to make it just a photo op with Rouhani Ronni told his nation Tuesday the potential photo op would be with president trump and at the end of the G. seven meeting in France Mr trump was clear about where he would like to host literally next year's G. seven meeting but he took to Twitter to shoot down stories no bed bugs it around the radical left Democrats upon hearing the perfectly located for the next G. seven around national Miami was under consideration for the next G. seven spread the false and nasty rumor not nice actually it was news the stories of the trump around it settle a bed bug complete with one just a few years ago but in selling the site on Monday the president sparing no infomercial type pitch we have a series of magnificent buildings recall on bungalows feature old from fifty to seventy this rose with negligence in two years we have incredible conference rooms incredible restaurants it's like it's like such a natural another tweet about leftovers from the as president trump rating I've gotten to know president J. your balls and they are a well in our dealings with Brazil he is working very hard on the Amazon fires and in all respects doing a great job for the people of Brazil not easy he this country have a full and complete it was a bull scenario has rejected twenty million dollars in aid offered by the G. seven leaders one of the few things all including president trump agreed upon because of criticism of him by Frances Emmanuel my call regarding management of the massive ecosystem some American fire fighting tanker planes are helping with the effort Bob Constantini Washington this is American morning at ten till Robert workman has sports three shutouts last night in Major League Baseball told you might have expected the Dodgers got their fourteenth of the year when they shut down the Padres nine nothing Walker Buehler in the days off combining on a five hitter with thirteen strikeouts John Peterson AJ Pollock when the Yankees they have the same record as the Dodgers best in baseball they Marin the mariners seven nothing Masahiro Tanaka and Louise says this fashioning a four hitter Erin judge it Noam home a home run number one hundred of his career in game number three hundred seventy one that's the third fastest to reach the century mark on Ryan Howard of the Phillies years ago and judges teammate Gary Sanchez who did it last Friday Brett Gardner had a three run Jack by the way he had his one hundred last August in case you're keeping track Orioles them blank the nationals to nothing Orioles just lose their fifth shut out of the year only four teams have fewer and the nationals at one twelve of their last fourteen but Aaron Brooks and his brothers scattered four hits and fanned eleven days from the Royals to one Marcus Semien beat out an infield hit and scored in the first inning then singled in a run in the second Mike fires in the bullpen took it from there the right hander getting his career best thirteenth win by the way Kansas city under David last negotiating to sell the club the local businessman John Sherman in KC for more than a billion dollars that would be a tiny little profit for glass who bought the team in the year two thousand for ninety six million twins with the white Sox three to one blue jays bounce the raise three to one asters demolish the raised fifteen to one your number as master couple taters Justin Verlander got his sixteenth when despite being ejected in the sixth for barking at the home plate umpire stills got the second highest win total in the majors and the most strikeouts Indians club the Tigers tend to wanna six run seven feature big flies from friend bill ray is Roberta bed as red Sox skill the Rockies ten to six three homers for Boston they've had at least one in seventeen straight games cardinals doubled up the brother brewers six three for their sixth win in a row Diamondbacks trip the giants three to come stop the Mets five two U. Darvish with eight strong innings of your robin three peat Alonso his forty second tater for the Mets that's a new team record there are so many.

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"robin three" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:20 min | 3 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Might have been far each other. Not to be let our hearts. This. Have land. It's Valen concealing. I don't know. It's just the mantle and sedans said. Matal. But. Dr. So star. Go on stalling. This call YV shot. Let's fall in love why shouldn't we fall in love hearts, Samedan? Let's take giants free. Let's close our eyes and make little in no of still we can try. They go of it. Man. Not to be let our hearts. This. In love. Why shouldn't we fall in love now is the time for it while we are young? Let's fall in love. Let's fall in love. Let's fall in. Strenght and no connection times by affection time fancy free free four anything. The can't be broken. No can't be spoken, especially I am feeling. Like robin. Three. Like sailor and unwritten maller, I'm butts. So bring on the big attraction mine decks are cleared for action. I'm fancy free free for anything. No strength and no connection. Effect. I'm fancy free free for anything. No dates, the can't be broken and can't be spoken, especially when I am feeling. Like Robin up on a tree, like, say that goes to like I'm red mala. I'm free. That's me. Breaking the big attraction mine. Thanks cleared for action. I'm passing. Three four and. Gather round. Gather round. Feelers. Common. Topic will be that's what I'm again. If you want. Then saddle back and that. Added to. Got. The poverty. To affirmative don't with Mr.. To the max. Great down through the men. Lab. Two. No. What? A negative last. Affirmative don't with mister in between. We've. Seven..

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"robin three" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:13 min | 3 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I'm the sidekick whatever, I'm Robin. Three eight eight four four sidekick S I E K. I see with the added, Kafer luck. Okay. Yeah. Johnny dean. Okay. So we've been talking a lot about prom ability based investing in particular for retirement of verses a safety first approach, and we also discussed last hour that you don't have to be one or the other the foul. Dr foul has written a lot about that particular element. He is the retirement researcher, a brilliant guy whom I've been emailing with lately because we're gonna try to get together. So you can have you can have elements of safety and elements of probability blended together, it's not only that you can you should because somebody that goes off the deep end, I'm doing some consulting for a mostly insurance group, and they're on the all insurance side. Right. Well, that's fine. But you're giving up the potential. Upsides see I like to to blend the insurance business, the real estate and alternative strategies business, the stock market and the stock market business all together. So we've got for folio managers and actuaries and financial planners all partying together. Because there's enough to go around and truly the best strategy is one that takes the best from each of those different categories to say that real estate investing is the best investment you can make which I would probably say, yes. And I've got some facts to go over on that a little bit later. But it's the best. But there's always a fun. When it's not it's the best until it's not stocks are the best. They I the highest rates of returns wreaths, for example of killed. You know, just about every investment for the last fifteen twenty thirty years until they're not. And when they're not they're really horrible. Just think about what happened that last financial crisis that we had where the stock market went down, you know, like fifty some odd percent and reach went down seventy percent even worse. So they perform better on the upside that's called volatility. So it would only stand to reason that you would want to blend a probability based strategy along with a safety first strategy. What do we mean by that? Well, we all have essential expenses. You talked about this yesterday's long. Would you say long as a route for my head? The lights are on the water and the water is on. And I've got you know to get in college. Macaroni and cheese. Can last me through the month. There you go that was I had some food shelter and power in and out burger. But that's you know, what matter of taste, right? Okay. All right. So so that that's Johnny dean. So he wants to cover those essential expenses with a safety. First approach. What does that mean? That means that he's got enough income coming in from social security pensions and other forms of guaranteed income that he doesn't have to worry about the roof on his head or the MAC and cheese. No, the other stuff he said that was college. That was my college, right? But yes, absolutely. I had those covered. Now, nobody wants to just live like that. But if it came down to it, if all I had was that I could at least survive, I'm not on the streets and not starving, and I can read by cover you cover the essential expenses. And then those variable expenses, you know, like if you need a new car if you wanna take a vacation. You wanna make some gifts to your grandkids or even the your favorite charities? Although some people would say that you know, they're tied. If you will is an essential expense God blessed. My wife would say that since I have to make the money to pay all the bills. I might argue with her a little bit on that. He says, no way Jose. Well, maybe if you're idolizing it can help a little bit. You're not ninety percent of the people. No longer are. Gotta figure out a better way to do it from the IRA or something like that. But you know, we're saying this is so important, and we don't want to joke about something. That's a critically important. Your adviser needs to have this discussion with you. And if they're not having this discussion, if all they're doing is drawing some pie chart and saying, you know, what see this little spigot off the side of the pie chart. We're just going to turn that hose on or the bid on and trickle out. Sorry about that. Enough income free to live on and rebalance the portfolio, and incidentally, everybody does it this way. Just about everybody. Does it this way? So I'm consulting with this group. Trying to get them up to speed to do real financial planning. Not just the safety first approach because I don't think it's the right approach. Now, I could be wrong. Everything could go to heck and Handbasket markets. You know may do negative ten percent a year for the next twenty years. I don't know. But I doubt it I'm not giving up on the United States of America. So I'm going to help them go from a safety first approach to a combo plate of safety I and probability based and I think that's the best solution and you can build in. We were talking about a thirty year time horizon for retirement or even pre retirement, you can do present value. Calculations and say, this is how much I need to say. This is how I should be investing the money. So they're on the day that I do retire. Even if I'm forced into an early retirement as. So many people are I've got my safety first strategy in place and my probability based strategy in place all up front because the worst thing you can do is wait the day before you retire. Okay. I'm ready to allocate and boom something happens, the market's collapse, and you are eating Purina dog Chow, or whatever the case may be. So so you work on this early in your lifetime. I would say ten fifteen years before you're ready to retire. You start to organize the retirement strategy that makes most sense for you for me if a combo plate of safety I and some type of variability or probability based investing. What do you say probability base for people who are just tuning in? What we're talking about is essentially markets, go up seventy five percent of the time. So you got a seventy five percent probab-. Ability that you're going to be fine. So let's just design a portfolio where you take out money. Systematically. And if you retire at the right time, you're going to be just fine. What they don't always address. And where the risk is that you retire at the wrong time where that twenty five percent where it does go down, your your you retire and those first three or four years, you know, there are too bad years out of the first five or six because we're gonna down part of the market that probability really can hurt. You. I I started learning about this after I read I think it was Peter Lynch's book beating the street. I think that was the name of the book as many many years ago. Peter Lynch, of course, the fame money manager twenty eight percent a year, you know, for his career since inception phenomenal. And he and he writes this book, and he said, oh, this is easy. Retirement is easy. Put all your money in the stock market because stocks go up, and by the way, one of the most sophisticated guys on planet earth stocks go up ten percent. You can spend seven percent. The other three percent you can use for inflation. And you're done, and he had to correct himself after some of the real researchers got to him and said, you know, on a simplistic level. That's right. But in real life, it doesn't really work that way. And so he subsequently has corrected that, but it doesn't work that way. And so many people believed that it does. Hey, stocks go up at ten percent. But wait a minute. If you're paying your adviser one percent, you're not going up ten you're going up nine so stocks little at nine percent. And I'm going to take out six percent and apply. Three percent for inflation. Sounds reasonable. It's just not because if you go back to what we were discussing in other hours of this program. If you always base what you do on a worst case scenario and build from there under worst case scenario. Trust me, if you. Nine percent. And you take out six percent. You are going to go broke a high percentage of the time probability based says well, if I can if I can be successful eighty five percent of the time. I'll take my chances on the fifteen percent.

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"robin three" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"robin three" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

"Think you'll find that I'm attracted to your girlfriend. I will see you in the alley for a scuffle. But then we'll come back in and drink. It is bananas. And always ACDC. Have a seat will watch them taboo, porn. Exactly. But me if you ever seen a full Bush put it on. So like they took a gig and Saint Petersburg Dennis Rodman Goodson North Korea. I don't really know of a country that invites like the worst country on earth. I don't Saudi Arabia. I would probably have a hard time doing guys you're gonna give me money. Why why would you have a hard time going? This is the thing where I go to have. I'd have a hard time going. I would still go by the way like I would fathers in the Suez canal. Fuck who cares? Listen Papa may have some investments go sideways the night. I hold the high prince totally responsible. What did you like that? Really astounding. For me. It's it's a moral thing. I don't necessarily agree with the direction of the country. And we're that if that money doesn't necessarily smell, right? But I'm also when I sit. Cley? I really am asking because I'm curious really interesting to me for me would be reading Saudi Arabia's an example. I don't agree with the oppressive nature of that government. What they're doing a lot of their distri and the way enslave them, they're doing what they're a lot of their citizens are absolutely repressed. They're essentially waging war illegally with Yemen. If you're going mills black people, thank you. If you're going for a gig and say Saudi Arabia for the government, you are directly profiting off of some of their bad behavior. And I I wouldn't want to do that. I also know I'm in a position where I just need to feed me. So I can morally be like I'm going to take the high ground here. You can take that money and shove it up your ass in ten years. If I got three kids, and they need Hotson cots and Saudi Arabia's like we have some long dollars for you. So it'll be like, you know, what I'm going to give ten grand to a charity, and I will be taking the rest of that money. I know you are so genuine if anybody else said that it'd be like full of shit you're so disingenuous, but I know you're not. Yeah. So it's really like why this is fascinating to me that sound of all the entire they go. We saw on YouTube. I was amazing. We just want you reenacted, Robin three three minutes. We'll give you one hundred two hundred thousand dollars to put you up you won't pay for a meal girls. Galore, whatever your whatever your fancy. It's great nothing. You're I will tell you that story like you never government in a check some fucking maniac. I I've taken some gigs. I've regretted, and I just don't think the money, smells, right, and I feel bad spending. It it's I think what this worship goat on this. I'm really glad we're having this talk. Never would have this talk in my life. I think it's my moral responsibility to take that fucking money with your hands. That's. That's. I use it for good. That's a that's a different way to look at it. And they slave the bunch of Saudi Arabian people perhaps. I don't know. I don't know anything about all I'm not I want to be very compassionate here. But the same time this shit happens. But my pig raid. But yeah, like what the fuck is going on. And but the other thing is I also I get really pissed off when people will judge someone being like they took that gig. You shouldn't take that gig. And it's like, no, no you make your decision. You don't get the judge someone else's decisions. You're an example, you have of that. I just friends Cuba now is just our buddy. Yeah. Fifty years ago, you go to Cuba. It's like, he's a fucking communist. But this is this is this would be the difference in American. I'm Canadian the differently Guevarra and Fidel Castro's check of our died. That's the difference and same fucking their partners. And it's also one of those things where I don't necessarily know if I would take a gig in Cuba, either, I don't necessarily agree with everything in your fucking balls. I got news for Canada's emptying out because I have just girls, I've just Cuban girls. And I just say the island every Canadian has gone and finger blasted at chick on the beach when they were eighteen..

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