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Fresh update on "rucker" discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:24 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rucker" discussed on Donna and Steve

"I think there's a reason why we judge that song harshly and it's and it's never going to hear the whole song. Well, maybe, but we also don't want that kind of mellow, dramatic sap bringing us back from break. It makes us feel like we need to be leaning into some sort of Ah, mo P headline, But with the voice wanna be in your ears, a great voice. I wanna like that. I want to hear something super upbeat. I wanna hear a dance song. Whole real really interesting. He's got a great I think he's got a great voice. Yeah, but it Zoe context in which we hear the song you ever You ever hear a song that you're kind of fine with, But then you hear it at a club or you hear it in a workout class like where it's thumping, and you're like Me likey now? Yeah. In the flippy flop, you consort of negatively critiquing song Because of where you here? Yeah, right. Well, then Katy Perry performed with Darius Rucker. I have not heard this song before, but I think it's an interesting matchup. There were a lot of Matt. There were a lot of, you know pairings with artists on stage together or remote. On onstage together. Yeah, I know very far apart. Yes, And then And then the person singing wasn't wearing a mask and then the people in the band. Were all masked up. Okay? You know what? I'm song. Okay. So here is, Let's listen to this song. What is it called Only love with Darius Rucker, Katy Perry. Yes, I want day lived on Give us stop. Oh, don't you think so much C o over clapping like a mature Mom. Brotherhood. Look sorry. I don't think this is the right song to clap, too. He started clapping. That would be me. No. Now they bailed on that's good. You gotta cut bait on a class when it doesn't fit you do or else it screws up the whole song, And there's always somebody trailing on the clap. You're right. It's like what do we do Order? Sounds great. I think it sounds pretty. I think their voices some pretty together. She's not over doing it when she's on stage with other.

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"rucker" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:28 min | 3 hrs ago

"rucker" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I think there's a reason why we judge that song harshly and it's and it's never going to hear the whole song. Well, maybe, but we also don't want that kind of mellow, dramatic sap bringing us back from break. It makes us feel like we need to be leaning into some sort of Ah, mo P headline, But with the voice wanna be in your ears, a great voice. I wanna like that. I want to hear something super upbeat. I wanna hear a dance song. Whole real really interesting. He's got a great I think he's got a great voice. Yeah, but it Zoe context in which we hear the song you ever You ever hear a song that you're kind of fine with, But then you hear it at a club or you hear it in a workout class like where it's thumping, and you're like Me likey now? Yeah. In the flippy flop, you consort of negatively critiquing song Because of where you here? Yeah, right. Well, then Katy Perry performed with Darius Rucker. I have not heard this song before, but I think it's an interesting matchup. There were a lot of Matt. There were a lot of, you know pairings with artists on stage together or remote. On onstage together. Yeah, I know very far apart. Yes, And then And then the person singing wasn't wearing a mask and then the people in the band. Were all masked up. Okay? You know what? I'm song. Okay. So here is, Let's listen to this song. What is it called Only love with Darius Rucker, Katy Perry. Yes, I want day lived on Give us stop. Oh, don't you think so much C o over clapping like a mature Mom. Brotherhood. Look sorry. I don't think this is the right song to clap, too. He started clapping. That would be me. No. Now they bailed on that's good. You gotta cut bait on a class when it doesn't fit you do or else it screws up the whole song, And there's always somebody trailing on the clap. You're right. It's like what do we do Order? Sounds great. I think it sounds pretty. I think their voices some pretty together. She's not over doing it when she's on stage with other.

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2020 CMA Awards: Everything You Need to Know

Ron St. Pierre

00:37 sec | Last week

2020 CMA Awards: Everything You Need to Know

"McIntyre, who's the 54th annual CMA awards for the fifth time, But this time, she shares the stage for the first time with Darius Rucker. As the pandemic continues, the CMAs move from its usual home at the Bridgestone Arena to the Music City Center building, the only members in the audience. The performers Lee Brice and Tyler Hubbard, are out because they tested positive for Koven 19. But the night's top nominees Miranda Lambert is in, as is Maren Morris. Luke comes Jason Aldean Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBride, him or the show open, with several artists paying tribute to the late Charlie Daniels. CMA's Marinate on ABC. Michelle Pelino facsimiles 6

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Darius Rucker is tight-lipped about his "special" performance with Reba McEntire at the CMA Awards

Donna and Steve

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Darius Rucker is tight-lipped about his "special" performance with Reba McEntire at the CMA Awards

"Told Kelly and Ryan that he and Ruben Reva McIntyre are going to be performing something really special of the CMA Hayes but he wouldn't go into details. He did say that he'll be doing beers and sunshine with lady, eh? So that's kind of cool. Fun. Reba McEntire. She is just really hot right now. I mean what's going on with her? She's

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Darius Rucker and Reba McEntire to host 54th Annual CMA Awards

WBBM Morning News

00:18 sec | Last month

Darius Rucker and Reba McEntire to host 54th Annual CMA Awards

"McEntire says Darius Rucker plans to change outfits six or seven times when they host the Country Music Association awards together. So she's going to go for eight. It will be McIntyre's fifth time hosting and records first. The CMA Awards will happen in Nashville on November. 11th logistics are still being worked out

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Darius Rucker and Reba McEntire to Host 54th Annual CMA Awards

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:16 sec | Last month

Darius Rucker and Reba McEntire to Host 54th Annual CMA Awards

"Stars Reba Back and Tyra Darius Rucker of the name host of the annual CMA Awards set to air next month. McIntyre co hosted last year with Carrie Underwood and Dolly Parton this year. Oh, Mark her fifth year, Rucker crossed over from rock music about 15 years ago. He will be a first time host.

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National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

Podcast Gumbo

03:29 min | 2 months ago

National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hey Paul Matt. NFL. Bernard here we just got back from an awesome week into Hampshire Estate Near and dear to our hearts I'll there and my grandparents still live there. But neither of US are New Hampshire natives we have questions where in the PODCAST universe can we turn to learn more about the Grad State? Well Matin Amelio you've come to the right place but before I give a recommendation I'm going to give a little back story to everyone. When I started this podcast I decide that my guess would be podcasters not just people in the podcast. Matinee have been running mates since very early on going to last two podcasts movements together. But. He didn't have a podcast. So I never asked him to be a guest. Did Matt Start as podcasts just to be a guest on my show, the answer would be revealed later but let's talk about living free or dying I or at least pumpkins. Today. September seventh is national. New Hampshire. Day. I think a great place to start finding podcasts about New Hampshire is the outside in podcast which is made by new. Hampshire public. Radio. Now. It's not exclusively about things from New Hampshire but there are obviously New Hampshire base stories like this one. This episode talks about the Guinness Book of Records Event Were Keen New Hampshire holds a US record for most Jack Lantern in one place at one time. The town held an annual festival and everyone loved it. But as it got bigger and bigger so did the problems I mean if you've got over four thousand pumpkins around that can't be safe right? quaint was no longer the operative word. To find out what happened give it a listen, and let me know what you think by using the National New Hampshire Day Hashtag. Today's guests floral are Matin Amelia Barnard. As I mentioned Matt never had a podcast but due to the pandemic he decide to have some fun with his son with their free extra time and the Barnard's on the NBA podcast was born. In each episode Matinee, choose to colleges with well-known basketball programs and compare their famous alumni to see which school would come out on top. Many years ago I was a big college basketball fan and I still go to the big east championship every year when a pandemic isn't raging I also went to two final four tournaments many years ago. One. was in Atlanta and the other was in New Orleans, of course. So listening to this podcast gives some great of those times. For the episode I'm recommending it's the mismatch between Ucla and Oregon State. Since nothing is free in this world, I'm going to request that Matt and Amelia do an episode pitting Villanova and ruckers against each other. Short seems a little one-sided, but don't sleep on Rucker's there who history has some highlights amidst a lot of lowlights. For. Last recommendation, Matin Amelia recommend the Hollinger and Dunkin NBA show is debating the NBA's best they say and I quote.

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"rucker" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"rucker" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"In there, you can still go in there and get a meal. What's the name of? Drexel and honeybees. Okay. Yeah I'm looking at Drexel and honeybees restaurant quote we feed the need and they're standing in front of it. That's pretty cool. I mean good for them. Obviously big hearts I wonder to what the? Science experiment is like and not so much with people not be able to even do people that come in and do they give more. That equals out they can pay for all. Yeah I wondered that too a Yoga Studio near my house they do donation base classes every Wednesday in it's because they want people to love Yoga and can't afford it. They still wanted to be able to come also a great business move because maybe you found that people give way so much right I've always wondered how much they make money off that class. To this but I think their goal is yeah I hope if you'RE A. You have a job and you can buy food maybe checkout drexel season and drop as much as you can in their. You can't draw by. Food? Yeah. That's awesome. Drexel and honeybees shot to you guys. That's what it's all about. That was tell me something. Good. Coming up we'll talk to Darius. Rucker. Pretty good friend of mine. WHO I saw something. Really. Irritated me about not not the Darius did but something about Darius and I'm gonNA bring that up with them. I feel comfortable enough to do that. So loved areas, he'll be honest a few minutes. Now let's go over to amy with the morning corny. Morning Courtney. How to cows? Their shopping, how do cows like to do their shopping from cattle dogs? Morning Gordon Tomorrow night on Saturday night. On our facebook page, you can watch the grand. Ole, opry it's a show that we do now and I hosted I help produce it. There's nobody in the seats in the Grand Ole opry and we bring up artist every week and I'm GONNA play John Party in a second but he's won the acts this week and so it's John Party, which is Great Pam Tillis which is super cool and it's also runaway. June and it's the first time to play together with Natalie stovall who's a new member and so Was Driving yesterday I get a call from Naomi for runway June and I'm friends with that group pretty pretty close to them. Now he was banned forever. So don't pretty well, she calls because you can ask favor. And I thought it would be hey, would you mind promote in the opera or something like that which had no problem doing but it wasn't she goes hey, we're going to do as one of our songs. The devil went down to Georgia. We come up and and Charlie Daniels part. And I was like. Oh and I. Struggled with it. What do you think said? Yes. Why? Because they're your friends and your close to Natalie and you're already going to be there because you're hosting the OPRY. So but what about I mean? That's that's tough song. But you've done it like. A lot with the raging idiot. So I think that because you're you feel comfortable with them. You're doing it. What do you think I said? One, hundred percent you said absolutely me and Natalie have done it. One hundred times we're doing it. Okay. I said No. Because I don't want to be about me. If I get up there. And I've played the two thousand times or so it's not about me getting up and doing something on that stage But I always go comedy or music comedy, and if I get up there, it's just going to be a novelty and I don't. Their shine being taken away and at I I said, yes, I was like, yeah, I'll do it on the back of my hand and then I called back and say I can't because. I. Don't want the stories to be bygones ruins runaway June's. Song. And by the way I would have ruined it because I'm pretty good at it but I would ruin that experience like they're awesome. They don't need me doing that. So I don't know what they're gonNA do maybe Natalie ends up doing it but I said no but they're going to do tomorrow night I assume unless they change their mind. It turns out. That song. Maybe. They get. Chad. Kroeger to do it the devil went down to Georgia he was looking for so two steal. Dan version with Arab. Nightmares. John Parties. Planning. So be sure to check it out tomorrow night. It's on our facebook page search bobby bones show on facebook and they can watch live right? Yep. I'll be right there at eight seven central. Two things. The first one is yesterday I was talking about calling ray and how I couldn't believe that little rock was his fifth most streamed song blown away by so. He's coming in next week to play all of us top five songs. All of them I was like, Hey, come play s it. Here's the thing we were going through the song. So he's like Alpine whatever. GonNa come in and we'll. I'll just call songs out and he'll play him. An awesome. That I've ever met Collin Raye I know all of the songs. But. Yeah. There's an update from yesterday call Arabian next week. Thursday shower Friday show next week. Mid, week. So yeah, some run that timeframe. Okay. Also said, she found the cure for hangover. What does that I read about it? It's a drug that or an amino acid that was previously used to help treat arthritis and hardening of the arteries. was done those like where does it? While, it's helping out with arthritis that's also getting rid of like nausea headaches stress anxiety from drinking too much. So if you've got a hangover, you can take L. Sistine. And I checked Amazon, they have it for sale there. was just an amino acid that they said eliminates or reduces hangover symptoms. So they find this Alva- ca some drunk with arthritis like? Bill Grey boldly. I think something was to happen, and then they decided to do a study on hangovers with it. That's big. If true. L. System not for me, I? Don't. Box Are you a hangover? I am a non hangover guy I don't feel as affects I'm good Morgan. Oh. Yeah. I get the worst hangovers and I've actually tried a settlement that is an amino acid and it works. Oh I have brutal brutal hangovers like I will not function the next day. It also seems like you're not going as hard. Is that because things are open? Yeah I mean I'm staying home I'm just kind of drinking wine chill and if the house so those hangovers aren't bad anymore when things open up fully, do you plan to go extra hard to catch up? I don't know. I don't know what he's going to be able to take that but I will I will be going back out and going to the bars I do miss a lot. Friday morning conversation with Darius Rucker before put on like thirty seconds I'm gonNA play a clip. This is Darius his last time performing at the Grand Ole opry while people were still in the audience. Okay. Here we go. I'll tell you all. About Bobby Booze this is crazy bobbies first interview when he was seventeen years old was me. And Life. bobbies like forty now, sixty five. So. Pretty funny moment thinking about that Darius who is the first celebrity that you ever met in Your Life Oh Rick Flair? Wow. Really the wrestler. Yeah. How come together it was after worth matching I. I was in a I was a kid and we were. Backstage trying to meet him and he came out and he was a baby face of the time. So he said Hi, it was it was cool. I still freak out about that. What about when you start to get some notoriety with Hootie? Who is the big first celebrity you're like holy crap can you believe this person knows who I am good good question. Oh I know we were walking we were walking through a record label or something radio station and Madonna Sauce. And she knew we were and I couldn't believe it. That's pretty. Cool. Darius Rucker Zahn he's got a new song that I love. It's called Beers and sunshine I will play the full thing in a second but here's a little clip of..

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Please Don’t Go to a Movie Theater: “It’s Just About the Last Thing I’d Do Right Now,” Says Expert

The Bobby Bones Show

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Please Don’t Go to a Movie Theater: “It’s Just About the Last Thing I’d Do Right Now,” Says Expert

"Epidemiologists? Great. Here we go. Again, it's another story. Anybody down I just had a little moment was like man we ever going to get back to normal yeah. Go ahead well, they're out saying that movie theaters are starting to reopen this weekend but they advise don't go you just shouldn't there's there's they couldn't think of one single good idea. Or why it's a good idea for you to go other than if you really want to see a movie and if you do have to go make it touch lists by your ticket online, have it on your phone don't lend it employees there touch your phone, go straight to the theater, and then finally the whole time sit as far away from others as possible they say,

Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight' is back on the charts after twin YouTubers rapturously reacted to the song

Michael Savage

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight' is back on the charts after twin YouTubers rapturously reacted to the song

"Whitmore Show here on can assess the Phil Collins song in the air Tonight is climbing the song charts again all thanks to a viral video 39 years after in the air Tonight hit the charts. The Phil Collins song is again a hit single, thanks to the Williams twins, whose reaction to the song on their YouTube channel Twins. The new trend made it one of the most popular means in the summer of 2020 sits sits at at number number three three on on the the iTunes iTunes chart chart below below wop. wop. My My Cardi Cardi B B and and Meghan, Meghan, The Stallion and Beers and Sunshine By Darius Rucker, Tim and Fred Williams REACTION video has racked up more

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Prosecutors: Shooting of Rayshard Brooks by former Atlanta officer unjustified

The Rashad Richey Morning Show

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Prosecutors: Shooting of Rayshard Brooks by former Atlanta officer unjustified

"Atlanta police officer charged with the murder of Rashard Brooks was not justified in shooting him. Clint Rucker with the Fulton County D. A s office made that claim during a virtual bond hearing for Garrett. Raw video shows that Officer Ross didn't have his gun drawn. At At the the time time that that Mr Mr Brooks Brooks Reach Reach back back with with his his arms arms and and pull pull the the Taser Taser that that went went up up into into the the air air The The way way before, before, is is back back to to turn. turn. Don't sound like the character. While defense attorney Bill Thomas claimed Ralph would not skip town because he's a native Georgian Brooks dot on June 12 following a confrontation with police in Atlanta, Wendy's parking lot. His death happened after he grabbed an officer's Taser and try to flee during an attempted, do you arrest Being sworn

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Brad Paisley on drive-in concerts: 'It's a return to life'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Brad Paisley on drive-in concerts: 'It's a return to life'

"Concert promoter live nation will debut a series of driving concerts next month so fans can enjoy live music while social distancing I'm marches are a letter with the latest red Paisley Jon Pardi Darius Rucker and Nellie will headline the first concerts which will be in Nashville Indianapolis and St Louis fans will watch from inside or around their cars and they can bring their own food and drinks Peaslee says it's not about making money but staying sane he envisions the same kind of tailgating that happens before his concerts only during the concerts Peaslee says he's also realized how many songs he's got about vehicles and his set list maybe one car medley after another

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Amid pandemic, Live Nation announces drive-in concert series

Steve Cochran

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Amid pandemic, Live Nation announces drive-in concert series

"And tour promoter live nation has announced its first ever driving concert series in the US scheduled for July months after the live music industry has been on lockdown because of corona virus the entertainment company has announced a live from the drive in a set of nine shows to take place July tenth through the twelfth in Nashville Maryland heights Missouri and Noblesville Indiana Grammy winning singer Brad Paisley will headline shows in all three cities while fellow country artist Darius Rucker and John party will also perform in Nashville Nelly will perform in Maryland heights near Saint

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"rucker" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"rucker" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"If this is your first time listening to a podcast. Please get over there in Baghdad. Subscribe Button do not WanNa missile. The action that's coming your way right here on first-class fatherhood all right. Dads I know. Many of you are struggling out there with no sports being on TV but all signs are pointing to the NFL draft. Taking place as scheduled and I guess today played thirteen years in the NFL. Frosty Rucker joins me on the PODCAST. He is a defensive Lineman who played for the bengals cardinals raiders and browns. He played his college football at USC where he won two national championships. I'm excited to have him here today. Frosty Rocco will be here in just a few minutes. So please stick around for the interview. Today's interview wit- Frosty Rucker was recorded on video. And it is available for you guys to watch on my youtube channel if you'd like to watch the conversation between myself and the NFL veteran please subscribe to First-class Fatherhood on Youtube. Link is in the description of today's podcast episode. And if you guys are enjoying interviews with Dad's of the NFL please take a look back through the archives there and take a listen to some of the interviews I've done with guys like Carson Palmer. Andre Re Dion Sanders so many others most recently drew bledsoe a go and check them out tomorrow on the podcast here. We're going to have a dad from the UK. Spencer Matthews the founder of clean liquor. He's also a former reality TV star of the Bachelor and Master Chef. So that's going to be a lot of fun locking into my instagram account at Alexander School laser all the upcoming guests announcements now. Obviously we are still in the midst here of the corona virus pandemic. I pray that all of you out there are safe and healthy. Eventually this will end in the quarantine will be over and I do believe there'll be a time in the future where we look back and we kind of missed this time where we all had the opportunity to be together with our families without the stress of the rat race so if you are healthy and you following all the guidelines I just say enjoy it while it lasts. The Hustle Bustle will be back in full swing before you know it. In the meantime keep it locked into first class. Fatherhood I got some great episodes on the way and if you could please help me spread the word about this. Podcast every father. That's in your neighborhood or in your contact list. Let them know about the show is celebrating fatherhood and family fatherhood rocks family values rule and every day is father's. Day Right here with me and I'm going to be right back with thirteen year..

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"rucker" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"rucker" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Along with Darius Rucker Rucker has such a perfect country voice and it's funny because he was great with everything else he did but I just love his voice there was also a this song from lady antebellum I I just had tears they did this for medical personnel and first responders it's called what I'm leaving for we want to sing this next song and specifically dedicated to all of our doctors our nurses our first responders everyone who is in the medical field truly risking their lives to keep us healthy and to keep us safe the song is about walking out of your house and leaving your family to go to what you know that you're called to do and sometimes that is not an easy thing and right now is not an easy thing and we just want to say thank you so much for your sacrifice and we want to dedicate this Steve this is what I'm leaving for leave lady antebellum group you know it's so funny to none.

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"rucker" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

11:27 min | 9 months ago

"rucker" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"With his cabinet. His attitude toward the law and the efficacy of his public attacks and they delved into a few of the scenes depicted in the book. It's law fair. Podcast episode. Five Hundred Fifteen Philip Rucker and Carol winning on a very stable genius. Thanks so much for joining me this morning. Welcome congratulations on the tremendous success of the book. Thank season thank you. It is remarkable. I think you guys have now. Spent two weeks at number one in the New York Times bestseller list. Is that set accurate? I think we're number one for the first week. Been steady number two ever since. Excellence debuts at number one on the New York Times Bestseller List. That's fantastic in the book really is Something quite different than a lot of trump books that we've seen just in the the richness and depth and and care of sort of the details reporting. So I want to sort of start with that. How did you come to write this book? So how did you conceptualize what the project was? What the timeframe was the organization sort of in your minds? Tell me how is it that this came to be when you have pretty crazy dangerous? You know part of the reason that we the Phil and I decided to do the book because our day jobs were so crazy We were in the middle of history literally unfolding in front of our eyes every day. We really couldn't remember. Sometimes the shocking story. We wrote earlier in the week by the time. Friday rolls around. It was a dizzying array of chirons scandals shocking developments and we wanted to hit the pause button and make sense of this history. That was so unprecedented. Nothing we'd never experienced anything like it. It wasn't exactly the best in terms of timing for writing a book while writing for the newspaper every and we both had pretty demanding. Schedules fill is White House. Bureau chief covering the president literally on the hook for writing about him every week but I think it was The right thing to do because we saw something deeper than what we learned in our day-to-day reporting we saw patterns and themes that we ate and even new details that we hadn't spotted the first time around and at the outset. You decide what the timeframe was that you were going to cover right so you you could of waited a year. You could have done it a year earlier. How did you decide sort of on on this particular moment? In this presentation of time in fact we knew From the outset when we wanted the book to begin and that's pretty pretty easy When when trump wins the election. But you're right that the end point when we put our pencil down so to speak was a moving target throughout the process and we kept trying to think about you know when the natural endpoint for this story and we reached a point In the middle of last year twenty nineteen when we felt you know what we have so much interesting new revelatory reporting here that we felt an urgency to share that with the public right away not to wait till the end of the first term concludes not to wait for example till the end of the second term the term or the fourth term which trump teases about But we also saw natural endpoint with the conclusion of the Russia investigation. And when Robert Mueller? The special counsel finished his work and testified before Congress there was a narrative arc there to our story and trump set out on the campaign trail at that point to officially launch his reelection campaign. The Dawn of impeachment began in just felt to us like the point where we would put our pen down and write this story and get published. Is You mentioned? There's new revelatory information and details in this book there. Certainly as there's there's more than we could possibly cover sort of in the scope of a of a forty minute or an hour long podcast. How'd you negotiate within with between yourselves and and sort of with your day job of deciding what information to hold back in present in the book and sort of a fuller context versus stories that you're breaking every day? I mean in some sense. You're actually going back and rea reporting stories that you guys wrote in the first place so like. How does that process work you know? We really had wonderful guides season in our editors at the Washington Post and a good standard that they helped us set. Which was you know? Of course you're writing a book. You're gonNA tell new information that people have never read before but that standard that Fillon I followed was so helpful. It was essentially if you think you come across something that really dramatically changes the narrative as we understand it now or is something the public absolutely must have at their fingertips for making decisions that it it changes the nature of what they know about the president. Then it has to be reported now and indeed. Many of our sources only agreed with we spoke with more than two hundred people. Many of them only agreed to speak to us and break their silence for the book. They wanted to have US get history right. They hadn't talked to us before. But in this case we in some cases when it met that standard when it went over that bar though sources we went to the Moei explained this needs to be in. The newspaper needs to be the newspaper now and they agreed. And did you actually go back and re interview sources? So I'm you know there's there's a lot of reporting on for example the the Muller Investigation and the president's relationship with the Justice Department certainly sort of the early the early days and months of his administration. Did you go back and have the conversation again? Six months or a year later with the same people were they more open. Yeah do they forget admits chaos and craziness so almost all of the Of the scenes and the dialogue in our book is from reporting that was original to this book So a lot of the moments and episodes were things that were chronicled in the paper. At the time there episodes that played out for example in Molar Report but Caroline. I went back to all of these primary sources to do in depth. You know hours long interviews for the book and and really dig deeper and really try to fill in holes and understand exactly what was happening behind the scenes and we found in almost all of these episodes there was more to learn and more dynamics more pieces of information to the stories than we knew in real time and in some cases even more than than Robert Muller and his team were able to find out for the purposes of their investigation. Is You've now sort of covered this presidency in this White House both as reporters and also as authors which is a little bit a different task. This president is in some ways. Far less transparent and available than prior presidents have been. They don't do weekly or daily White House. Press briefings a lot of things that the president says aren't necessarily true or or shouldn't be taken at face value on the other hand there's a strange openness to it's right. It's it's actually really remarkable that somebody could write a book like this about a sitting president. It's remarkable the president tweets that he constantly stops and has these sort of impromptu. Press goggles as he's getting in and out of a helicopter as journalists authors is this president more accessible than prior residents less accessible just different. How SHOULD WE UNDERSTAND HIS ACCESS? Or or what covering him as like verses prior and potentially future residents. You know definitely want to hear what Phil to say about this too. But my first reaction is that it's a completely different experience because he is tweeting and he is stepping into the the circular driveway every other day sometimes sometimes every day sometimes the south launch just sharing his views and giving reporters exactly. What's coming out of his mind unfiltered. Sometimes in the back of the plane talking on background or off the record so in a way he's really available but on the other hand it's really hard to that information with his White House. Were now to the stage where it's almost impossible to get a call back or response by email for a daily story about. Hey just want to check with you. Were writing this story. It says axe So that's really problematic and also as you point out Susan. The president doesn't always say things that are accurate. And so sometimes you will find his aides playing cleanup later the President Tweets X. And All Day Long. His aides are trying to carefully recalibrate and restate what he said to make. Sure it's in line with White House policy and strategy. Cibo have talked about the book as an opportunity to step back to tell a deeper story. Give a fuller portrait of what's happening in this White House. I'm New Right. That trump is driven by self centered and unthinking logic but a logic nonetheless and so it seems like sort of one of the themes of the book is is this notion that there are patterns there is big takeaway there is. This isn't just chaos. There actually is some logic however sort of stranger might be so what is it. What is what is the takeaway that you want people to have from this book in terms of what is happening inside the White House. So it's a great question Susan. It's really easy to watch this all enfold everyday and think it's uninhibited chaos. And to some degree it is. I mean the White House from day. One of his presidency has been identified dysfunction. Just chaos all the time. But there's a logic to what the president's doing and there's a north star if it were and that's the perpetuation of his own power his scramble every day for political survival his desire to amass and maintain his power to create the self image and burnish the self image that he sees himself as the greatest the best his critics say it's clearly narcissism. But there's an ego here at play and and the president's always trying to look out for himself and his image and a how to promote himself and that's the logic in the pattern behind almost everything he does and almost everything that his government is doing To support him. We see this week. He's in India for this trip. There's not a Lotta substance happening on that trip but there is a huge rally With one hundred and ten thousand people in a Cricket Stadium and extraordinary display put on by the Indian Prime Minister. Clearly that to play to this president's Ego and help him burnish that self image he has of himself. So don't things you guys really do? Well in this book I think is certainly take these pivotal moments right and really tease them. Out of these are that are sort of critical to the path of this presidency and these interactions. That seems really shape. What happens moving forward? And I'm I'm thinking of one where you describe this meeting in the tank at the Pentagon in which trump is meeting with his generals into this is something that I think. Every newspaper in the world jumped on the day..

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Darius Rucker's "Wagon Wheel" keeps rolling

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Darius Rucker's "Wagon Wheel" keeps rolling

"Country singer Darius Rucker couldn't quite believe it when he was surprised with the news his song wagon wheel was certified eight times platinum making it one of the top five most popular country singles ever the recording industry association of America says wagon wheel now joins other multi platinum hits among country music's biggest songs including Taylor swift love story a little math sexes old town road worker who had already had a highly successful rock career as lead singer of Hootie and the blowfish stop by the country music hall of fame and museum to see his items in the cause of it but his label universal music group Nashville surprised him with a plaque featuring eight platinum colored records after repeating the word while over and over wrecker mutter to himself that can't be true as he looked at the plaque in his

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Darius Rucker's "Wagon Wheel" keeps rolling

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Darius Rucker's "Wagon Wheel" keeps rolling

"Diary country singer Darius Rucker couldn't quite believe it when he was surprised with the news his song wagon wheel was certified eight times platinum making it one of the top five most popular country singles ever the recording industry association of America says wagon wheel now joins other multi platinum hits among country music's biggest songs including Taylor swift love story a little math axes old town road worker who had already had a highly successful rock career as lead singer of Hootie and the blowfish stop by the country music hall of fame and museum to see his items in the grass the bat but his label universal music group Nashville surprised him with a plaque featuring eight platinum colored records after repeating the word while over and over wrecker mutter to himself that can't be true as he looked at the plaque in his

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"rucker" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

09:02 min | 10 months ago

"rucker" Discussed on Kickass News

"Forward of course two right now and and mody is pretty friendly with trump mody actually visited Houston Texas a few months back. I was at this massive rally in Houston of Indian Americans and they appeared on stage together and mody saying trumps praises and so the relationship has certainly warmed since that initial meeting but it was a moment early on when there. It was genuine concern that trump's ignorance and lack of understanding of a foreign leader. I could really harm. They've relationship between the two countries. Yeah and yet got. Trump seems to think that he is a master diplomat. Is it true that at one point he was actually calling up heads of state and campaigning for the Nobel Prize. That is true. I if you can believe it you know. Trump thought Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize in his first year as president. He was awarded the Nobel if he can get it. I should get it and trump thought. He had accomplished so many historic things as president in the United States that he should be awarded the Nobel and he started the campaign to be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. He called up. The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo obey on the very same day. That Michael Cohen was pleading. I'm guilty In New York in a federal criminal investigation and You know trump was focused on winning the noble and he not only wanted to. PHNOM WANTED TO GET HIMSELF nominated for the Nobel which by the way has not happened. He has not been awarded that prize but he also contemplated with his advisors awarding himself the Presidential Medal L. A.. Freedom because he thought he had been such a historic patriotic figure as president. My God is it fair to say that trump has now banished all of the adults in the room or is there. Anyone in the White House is still performing that role. You know most of the people that we think of as those human guardrails sales people like John Kelly. Jim Madison to some degree rights. PRIEBUS and REX Tillerson. They're all gone I hesitate to say there are no adults in the room laughed because certainly Among the president's advisors there are people who you know will exercise some judgment to prevent a calamity for two half from Happening for example but by and large The people who are around the president now are there to try to enable him and to try to get to a yes to execute what he wants. None Mike Pompeo very different secretary of state. Rex Tillerson in that he's willing to Toe The line with trump and execute trump's agenda Mick mulvaney Vini a very different chief of staff John Kelly. He's there to get everything done at the president wants done and to not stand in the way of it and it's one of the reasons frankly why Pompeii Owen Glenn. Mulvaney are now caught up in the impeachment inquiry and implicated in the wrongdoing with regards to Ukraine and the military And of course Mulvaney Vini is now after impeachment headed to a disgraceful exit from the White House. I have to wonder apparently in the book. You say that he really campaigned for the job of of Chief of staff and I wonder why I mean who would wish that on themselves after watching what happened to Priebus and Kelly. I mean there's a certain amount of madness there isn't there. He's like a woman who dates a bad boy and keeps telling yourself I'm going to be the one to change him. That's one way to talk about it. And by the way I don't I don't know for for example that Malvinas necessarily on the outs but certainly we've been reporting for some time now that he's not long for this world after we get through. Impeachment trump may get rid of Mulvaney. But we don't know that that for sure is going to happen to your question about Mulvaney. He wanted the job. Because it's one of the most powerful positions in all of Washington Mulvaney sure publisher. He Party Congressman from South Carolina. It's a lot better to be the director of the Office of Management and budget than to be at Random House member and so he took that job so L. M. B. Director in the first year of the trump presidency and then the opportunity to be chief of staff is so great mulvaney aspires to a future beyond the trump administration. And so that's a credential that he probably calculated could help him get a good job down. The road could help him with a speaking appearances or to make some income or whatever he has in mind in but it's a powerful position so it's understandable he would want in Even know you now he. He means Irving trump. Yeah you also say that. President trump really wanted Chris Christie to be the one to replace John. Kelly chief-of-staff why did Christie say. No you know this was in at the end of twenty eighteen. When Kelly was on the outs and trump actually offered Christie the job of chief of staff and Christie had to think about it and then ultimately said no and there are a couple of reasons for it one as Christie? I published a memoir which was set to be published was set to come out in January a month later and he knew Christie knew that the memoir was going to be devastating in its portrayal of Jared Kushner? The president's son-in-law Remember Kristie as the US Attorney in New Jersey a decade earlier had had put Kushner's father in prison sure sure And so there's a lot of bad blood between Christie and the Kushner family and Christie ultimately calculated. He couldn't work as the White House. chief-of-staff jared is right down the hall. Aw as the senior adviser but there may have been other calculations on Christie's mind as well. He's by the way had a successful run as a television commentator. He's making a lot more money than any whatever in the White House And he remains close to the president and and can call him at any moment if he needs to and so. I think that's a pretty comfortable life for Chris Christie in the the epilogue. You say that the question wasn't did trump do wrong. But would someone enforce the constitution and you compare the current moment to the Nixon impeachment went and the Republicans have conscience who stepped forward and put the country first. Were you hoping that something about that. Might resonate with some Republicans weighing impeachment in in the Senate right now and are you disappointed by how this impeachment is played out largely along party lines. You know it's a good question Caroline I are journalists. And we're not here to advocate for any particular outcome politically Our role in this book was to unearth. The truth of what was really happening behind the scenes to share it with readers and the way we wrote that epilogue was actually pretty careful. We wanted to lay out the choice. That Republicans in Congress and specifically in the Senate we're ultimately going to have to make which is the choice that they're making right now about whether to convict or acquit The president in the impeachment trial. We're not rooting for any particular outcome. Rather just explaining the thought process what they were grappling with when they're thinking about their historical legacies coupled with the political pressures of the moment Well I mentioned mentioned in the opening that you're the White House Bureau chief for The Washington Post. What's your job? been like in the wake of this book release. Has that relationship changed at all. You know I know I continue to do my job. I've I've not been reporting as much day to day the last couple of weeks. 'CAUSE you're talking to people like you and getting the word out about the book but You know I will continue to cover this administration and to do it fairly and comprehensively and aggressively and I think that's been a hallmark hallmark of the Washington Post's coverage of the trump presidency throughout certainly a hallmark of my own coverage. And that's not going to change going forward. Yeah and yet trump called you out out on twitter. Apparently he called you and your co author to stone cold losers from the Amazon Washington. Post when trump tweets you you kind of know no that you're doing something right. Did you find anything about that weirdly. Validating you know. I'm glad he paid attention to the book. And by the way are reporting in the last few weeks suggests that he's very upset with the title of the Book and specifically with the red eyes that are on the cover he thinks that it's not a flattering image and is upset that that a book is being presented in that fashion but setting that aside. I mean look I. We knew that a book like this would probably get under the president's didn't skin and hence vine He can say what he wants to say about our book about our reporting but I can tell you we're not we don't see ourselves caroline. I both don't see ourselves as a the war with the president. We're not here to tear him down or to ensure his defeat. We're here to inform the public about what he's doing. What the people around him say about what he's doing and That's our job we're just at we're we're going to keep our heads down and keep working. Yeah and it's amazing that he would be upset at you for using title. That is from his own words he he I I think certainly is aware that he created that phrase so You should take credit for it. Well once again. The book is called a very stateful genius. Donald J trump's testing testing of America Philip Rucker. Thanks for talking with me so much..

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"rucker" Discussed on Kickass News

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13:15 min | 10 months ago

"rucker" Discussed on Kickass News

"We understand your message but some people ask themselves where you'll be tweeting differently. Once you aboard the Air Force One thinking no. That's other people that do do that. I don't I'm very consistent. I've been very stable genius. God that was president. Donald trump reiterating one of his most famous self assessments assessments during a press conference at the twenty eighteen NATO summit. It's worth noting that Albert Einstein never called himself a genius. Stephen Hawking never called himself itself a genius. Isaac Newton never called himself a genius nor did Galileo Davinci Mozart. Pablo Picasso George. Washington Abraham Lincoln Winston Churchill also never used the term genius in reference to themselves but yes donald trump. The man who won't allow any school he ever attended tended to release his grades and brags about his IQ but refuses to reveal his. I Q score assuming he ever took the test. This man is a genius aside aside from what that preposterously over the top statement very stable genius says about the psyche of the man in the White House. It's also the title of a new book by Washington Post Reporters Reporters Philip Rucker and Caroline AG- and today Phil Rucker who also serves as Washington bureau chief for the Post. Join me on the podcast to talk about the book and and share some stories from various White House. Staff that would seem to give lie to the supposed stability ingenious of the men occupying the White House these include the time trump tried ride to overturn the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act so American businesses can bribe foreign governments the time he wanted to turn a profit on the US military by turning our troops into a mercenary force and the Pentagon meeting where he called his decorated generals. A bunch of babies and losers. Bill discusses the falling out between the president in his former secretary of state REX. Tillerson how some world leaders have tried to turn trump against his own advisers and how the most powerful leader in the world solicited did other heads of state for the Nobel Prize. Plus we talk about impeachment trump tweets Bolton Muller and more coming up with the Washington. Post's Philip Rucker worker in just a moment sir. Philip.

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Harper Scores 22 to Help Rutgers Beat No. 20 Penn State

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Harper Scores 22 to Help Rutgers Beat No. 20 Penn State

"College ball it was Rucker's knocking off number twenty Penn state seventy two to sixty one of the rack and Steve Michaels kids made a six game win streak today was a pretty I love these kind of games we figured out a way to win we weren't particularly sharp shooting the ball I will tell you this should be a day I don't get any emails about free throws okay because down the stretch we made every free throw in that was beautiful like on their field I am G. after the scarlet knights made it three and one of the big

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From 2018: Don Imus signs off

Joe Giglio

02:38 min | 11 months ago

From 2018: Don Imus signs off

"Of Matt Moore to to radio legend don Imus passed away yeah I guess I guess went into the hospital on Christmas Eve with some illness and didn't work out don Imus is been a talk show host not only in New York but nationally for years and you know for those of you that that may not remember I I guess he got he had made a a derogatory comment about the Rucker's ladies basketball team yeah yeah when they were awake their last big run under under C. Vivian stringer he yeah made me kind of an off color reference right yeah there was an ad cost them at the time his position I was at our at our sister station WFAA yeah and but Hughes around a long long time was one of them when I first started doing morning drive radio in New York he was one of my mentors because you know not doing morning drives difficult if you're not used to getting up at three o'clock in the morning no doubt and and don Imus had a heck of a history it's a really interesting history at a road full of bumps along the way but at seventy nine years of age in in Texas I believe right yeah down at the I think the Baylor Medical Center was was where he will in Waco Texas Waco Texas yes Sir so rest in peace don Imus radio legend not only in New York City but on a national basis on TV every morning to on different networks were for a long long time Paul deanno is the giants beat reporter on that a very sister station of ours the fan WFAN did you ever run a nine is full sure there yeah he was a very unique character yeah you know and to be honest there were those who didn't care for humor right I didn't care for his temper but if you have the intellect to understand his weight and his genius because he truly was a genius there was a lot easier to appreciate him I I never had any run ins of negativity with you know so I I you know I can only say my short experiences with them when I did run into him with the studio on occasion will always very professional and he didn't he didn't do anything they don't make it toward me so my experiences with god yeah my the easier way he's a legend hall of Famer and it's very sad news very sad news just a couple of days past Christmas we lose a don Imus Imus in the morning does seventy nine

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Behind the House Democrats' strategy in holding up articles of impeachment

Ben Shapiro

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Behind the House Democrats' strategy in holding up articles of impeachment

"It doesn't feel commitment has even according to not Feldman it isn't he says if the articles are not transmitted from could legitimately say he wasn't truly impeached at all the constitution doesn't say how fast the articles must go to the Senate some modest away is not inconsistent with the constitution or how both chambers usually work but an indefinite delay would pose a serious problem impeachment as contemplated by the constitution does not merely consist of the vote by the house but in the process of sending the articles to the Senate for trial both parts are necessary to make an impeachment under the constitution the house must actually send the articles ends and managers of the Senate to prosecute the impeachment and said it must actually hold the trial Feldman of course is exactly the Democrats called say the term should be impeached in the first place but the Democrats are like look at how brilliant we are dance was it I'm so smart they could have done here HM and now we're not even do anything really into hold on the second for two years eight could you end up with the bizarre circumstance where the house votes to impeach and then three years from now after the Democrats win the Senate for some odd reason they take it up again and then convict this from the president could this be like one of those weird constitutional amendment cases you have this in the past our constitutional amendment passes Congress and then sent to the states for ratification I would twenty six eighty nine years to be ratified could you have something like that is actually open question right now but the equal rights amendment because there are certain number of states in the past it now the question is can you come back thirty years later and continue the process according to Washington post Robert Costa Philip Rucker and Rachel bait reporting some of those reporters are members of the merry impeachments crowd Congress is paralyzed Thursday over president trump impeachment as house speaker Nancy Pelosi delayed acting to initiate the Senate trial that will determine whether from remains in office a dramatic procedural move that places the two chambers at a better stand off the day after the house voted to impeach trump alosi announced should refrain from transmitting the articles of impeachment to the Senate until Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell sets rules for the trial that are accepted by Senate Democrats so in other words never because the Senate Democrats are never going to accept the rules for the trial so trump could go into the elections and he's never been in his all the self ownership my goodness yeah it is a fundamental precept of human nature that we each own ourselves repair newly Nancy Pelosi is taking that's what's logical extension the house instead voted on Thursday to adjourn their business here is done they're going home for the holidays throwing into doubt when the Senate might be able to begin a trial potentially pushing it further into an election year threatening to deny trump the satisfaction was with the quill yes I'm from seems going to satisfy didn't seem to care very much about how fast they move forward on this thing mean yes trump I'm sure on a personal level is either a tainted that this whole thing is happening but trump likes being here K. like this the thing people don't understand about trump one trump is mad people have sort of a an emotional status quo I no matter what the circumstances around them they will go back to that emotional status was that some people are just calm and fairly happy in their orientation for life you can put it in the worst possible circumstance and that is where they want a motion only and some people are just passed it doesn't matter what you do you can give me a million Bucks you put in a nice house in the beautiful wife and it will still be pissed off the rest of their life is not like if they cheat acts then they will stopping this will trump is an educated personality by nature and so he's perfectly happy to be agitated is the truth any further we have been going around campaigning about how he is being victimized because he literally said this in twenty sixteen member is in a famous interview reset I wine in a line and I went and I went into I win and then I went a minute okay went well he's got pretty good because the wind out of me hello this is maneuver underscore her eagerness to maintain control over the process rather than turning over the reins McConnell yeah but you don't have control of the process anymore because that's not how the process works it's like that's not how any of this works it was also part of a democratic effort to pressure Senate Republicans to allow testimony from keep trump administration officials would divide subpoenas during the house inquiry so the Senate Republicans don't have to call anybody they don't wanna call if the I mean this is just a biography of the highest order if Democrats wanted to call any of these witnesses you know when they should have done that when they were in the majority in the house all they had to do was wait for the education of the subpoenas instead because they wanted the obstruction of Congress charge rather than the actual testimony they proclaim to the world that they were not going to wait it was too important to move forward minority leader Chuck Schumer said we ask is the president's case so weak that none of the president's men can defend him under oath well you know you could have just waited I get the feeling an honest year McConnell other Republicans cried foul accusing blows in the Democrats of having a weak case against the president for abuse of office an obstruction of Congress effectively with holding those charges from Senate scrutiny McConnell said a political faction in the house of representatives has come to a partisan rage he argued the blows he had produced quote the most rushed least throw and most unfair impeachment Korean modern history well obviously true fact check true it's still possible to send a trial could move ahead relatively quickly if the two sides resolve their disputes in the coming weeks at the White House on Thursday trump is on bad predicted he would be acquitted asked about his strategy for the Senate trial from said he emphasizes partisan advantage in the chamber he said we think the what the house Democrats it is unconstitutional in the Senate is very very capable Democrats have forty seven seats they need sixty seven to get rid of them meanwhile president from talk to Democrats by showcasing the party switch of representing Jeff Andrew of New Jersey will pose to trump's impeachment and officially joined the GOP manager then headed over to the White House from cast the democratic party's own hospitable to moderates which of course is true Andrew pledged his undying support to trump the bends the knee is like something out of game of thrones here yes to present himself for allegiance to president trump I'm sorry American politics is just ridiculous at this point meanwhile the president also ignored calls to apologize for attacking representative Debbie Dingell in her late husband John and actually the White House press secretary defended president from which they shouldn't he said the president is a counter puncher Daniel's been dead for ten months sell typically don't punch corpses it's a bad look also a bad thing to do as a moral human being but I think we are far beyond the boundaries of morality in modern American politics in just a second we'll get you more on speaker Nancy Pelosi's bizarre decision to withhold this bomb with a week coming out of it that is on fire from the Republicans brilliant I guess that just one second first let's talk about something that is probably on your holiday to do list but you keep putting it off because it sounds

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"rucker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"rucker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Song there from Darius Rucker welcome back to the all financial our here was Steve all this weekend I'm Jennifer Perry and Darius was actually a guest here on the show awhile back and talks about the importance of family to him the boarding as being home with me and you know take the kids to school and pick him up and going to basketball games and that's the important stuff you know the job takes me away from that but usually when it is taken away from the weekend or somewhere I could take the family with me you know you know sometimes I got to fly away and be gone for a week but I always remember what's important and what's important for me is being with my family all the other stuff allows me to be in my family allows me to live a great life but you know work doesn't come first so many more like it used to he's one of the rare celebrity Steve who actually told us I do plan to retire most of these guys wanna keep rocking and touring and everything else dear he said no I do want to hang it up eventually so I can spend more time at home with the family I thought that was refreshing well it's it's very me because he is true they and they go up way too quick yeah they said it was probably the best advice I got when I was young you know a member of a Country Club and everybody was older so their kids were about my age get married and almost all of them said the exact same thing I wish I would spend more time with my kids yeah and I said I don't want to do that that's not one of things I want to be saying when my you know when my kids are getting married yeah I wish I spent more time with them and so we spent a lot of time with the kids and I the memories are fantastic the memories are fantastic and I see the people you know the moms in the dads when the kids are acting up a little bit the stores into and stuff like that a look at him I said enjoying weather little rain because they're going to grow up very quickly yeah don't worry about these times like this and I think that's why you have such a close relationship to with your kids today but the great thing about retirement is for those who maybe felt like they missed out during their working years on some of those moments you do get to spend more time with your family is one of the great things about retirement but it's also too when we start thinking more seriously maybe about the kind of legacy that we want to leave them as well so can you talk a little bit here Steve about the importance of planning that legacy for them as opposed to just hoping it all works out okay for your family why I like to look at the legacy here there are state planning issues a lot of people say well I don't need to do that as much anymore because the estate tax is so high now you know it's currently it's eleven point four million dollar exemption as a married couple it's twenty two point eight most people say I'm not in that category and that's when I look at it as it is state planning is really not just about estate taxes and having those are are important most people have in again I'm not a lawyer but I know lawyers and if you need to get one give me a call I'll give you the name of some lawyers that can can assist you with you that but most wills and trusts that I see or what I call I love you wills and trusts they're basically to the fact that I love my wife if I predeceased her everything goes to my wife and if she doesn't I love my children get split evenly between them almost most of the wills and trusts that I see are in that category so a lot of uses for why do I really need that and I say to me the most important documents that you need is to have your powers of attorney for both financial and medical decisions and update a living will so that if you are incapacitated what kind of life saving methods do you want the war to change a lot on this because of the fact that's where the problems start it's not expensive to do but then you have it we had Jack in Lori they came in they were both fine Jack was working we asked them do you have your powers of attorney yes they do everything's will's trust yes they had the documents in place or they told us they did and then Jack went down hill very quickly and within six months he was in a nursing home and when they went to get the power of attorney they had a power of attorney for real estate decisions they couldn't make any decisions you could get any money out of his IRA accounts the family started to argue so they went to conservatorship so they were taken over in an outside person from the county was the person that was over the estate on how Jack get his money almost two years later they finally now have a professional guardian slash conservative for them and it's just tough to do when a simple legal document could have made it very easy when either one of them became incapacitated that's the thing that I like to look at who's going to make medical decisions for you if you can who's going to make the financial decisions for you if you can't that's what people really need and those are powers of attorney the wheels in the trust I believe are important but knowing what to do if you can't make a decision is very very important please don't put your family through that it can cost a lot of problems yeah save them some heartache and some headaches too and often times this is the conversation that we tend to put off but at the all financial group they make this part of the full blown retirement analysis for a reason because they want to think about some of these things in a lot of you want to do the right things for your family to maybe haven't taken care some of those details if you'd like to start on.

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Justin Fields, No. 1 Ohio State Come Back, Beat Wisconsin for 2019 Big Ten Title

CBS Sports Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Justin Fields, No. 1 Ohio State Come Back, Beat Wisconsin for 2019 Big Ten Title

"Now Ohio state Wisconsin big ten championship game Wisconsin up twenty one separate the happen in the second half it was all a higher state Justin feel possible blitz being shown by the badgers feel to the ball back to throw looking left looking middle of the field fires middle feeling it's caught at the five and dancing into the end zone goes all higher stakes were stable que que all on a sixteen yard as he weaved his way through the badger defense and Ohio state has their first lead of the night twenty three twenty one Justin feels threw three touchdown passes in the second half JK Dobbins ran for a hundred seventy two yards and a score number to a higher speed feel this first playoff triggered three years by shelling out number ten Wisconsin in the second half in a thirty four twenty one victory Saturday night in the big ten championship game the Buckeyes going their third straight league title and enter the post season with a nineteen game winning streak Ohio state's Cajun hill court seven passes for eighty three yards and two scores becoming the first because the Buckeyes career leader in receptions he pays David Boston out that for name one hundred ninety one K. J. hill now hundred if I've also should be noted in this game how about the one handed grab by tight end Jerramy rocker all believe will Graham in the reason I bring up record I'm a Homer Jeremy Rucker grow up about six blocks from where I grew up that's how close right across the creek there Lynn and her small town of west Babylon right there could throw a rock the jet to Jerry records house plays basketball the summer the same Jim I am on the elliptical on constantly should see this dude danke when he was a high school swim Duncan so see make a wanted to catch the big ten championship game not shocking I mean a least he was fifteen years old Duncan over people's heads at an LA fitness that I go to on Long Island so really cool Long Island moments all the more reason for me seen Jeremy Rucker do what he did in a big ten championship game and good for Ohio state they win thirty four twenty one to come back but again that is your campus crush and as I point out throughout the show you down twenty one seven like that knowing what just happened where Ellis you dismantle the number fourteen the committee's eyes Ohio state had to come out with more fire more passion now has the need to win this game fifty two to fourteen and never sweat and they were swept in the first half they did not and because of that it was you should and I believe will be the number one team in the college football playoff rankings come out we are closing in on eight hours until we see those rankings approximately and I believe Ellis you will be the number one team in the

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No. 2 Ohio State rallies for 3rd straight Big Ten title

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

No. 2 Ohio State rallies for 3rd straight Big Ten title

"The Buckeyes scored twenty seven unanswered points of the second half four thirty four twenty one win over Wisconsin in the big ten championship game twice in the second half Ohio state quarterback Justin feels KJV hill with touchdown passes has been a model is years fight we had to fly extra this time because we were down twenty one seven I have time on but I guess we are filling we came together as a group offense and defense said this in the we're going to win this game Jeremy Rucker made a one handed catch for score feels pass for two hundred ninety nine yards and JK Dobbins rushed four hundred seventy two Jonathan Taylor rushed for one hundred forty eight Wisconsin yards Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Whistleblower complaint about President Trump involves Ukraine

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

07:59 min | 1 year ago

Whistleblower complaint about President Trump involves Ukraine

"Quickly to the breaking news reporting yet again tonight. Washington Post is up front on this story reporting that a complaint about President trump from this yet unknown whistle so blower inside the administration involves a promise made to the nation of Ukraine the complaint according to the post centering on trump's communications with a foreign leader later. The complaint was made August twelve and B. C. News has compiled a list of the president's phone calls known to us and has so far confirmed that he spoke with at at least nine different world leaders during this relevant time period including a call with Ukraine's president indeed there on July twenty fifth one with Putin July thirty first also we should note that on August fifteenth former Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and his chief deputy the veteran sue Gordon left left the administration still with US Carol Lennox Phil Rucker Jeremy Bash as is frequently the case. I have more questions for our guests than time. Allowed so Carolina's Lennick here goes Congress truly does not seem to know and if the law works. They're not supposed to know the identity of this whistle blower. Do you get that same feeling about the White House. Oh deep breath. I would just say that we don't know for certain Brian. Here's one thing I wanNA say about the whistle blower however this person's in a bit of a bind agree with Jeremy Very brave person to put their neck out like like this and some intelligence operatives have essentially said this is a career defining moment you're skiing off the edge of a mountain and and there may be no turning back it. It seems like it is definitely within the houses ability to know exactly who this is. This whistleblower has some advocates in the in the Inspector General the Inspector General has basically sent a letter saying you know we'd like to send this whistle blower to you directly Congress if we're not allowed to tell you what this complaint is about out and that that may be something that's going on behind the scenes right now discussion about whether or not this whistleblower can come forward with their own complaints and figure this out with the committees right now at this moment the acting director of National Intelligence has not given any approval for that but that is one option for this whistle blower Jeremy Bash another aspect of whistleblower law there was rudy tonight on CNN speculating this was a Democrat holdover deep inside the administration used the phrase deep state again as everyone was expecting is he allowed to talk about whistle blowers that that way is there not some equivalent of witness intimidation in these cases while I think clearly they want to silence anybody who sees wrongdoing by the president azan or by somebody at the White House they want to silence that person they want to cover things up but I'd like to see the leadership of the National Intelligence Director off director's his office have at least as much courage bravery as this whistleblower one of their subordinates usually in military or intelligence organization you want the leader to have as much bravery and courage as one of the troops that they command so we need to see that leadership from the from the community from the community head Joe McGuire but we also need need to see the Justice Department and the White House step aside and let the law play out. I do want to emphasize what Carol emphasize earlier. which is that if you look at the July twenty fifth phone phone call between trump and Zalewski this is really potentially about a holding out the prospect that we would withhold military assistance from Ukraine Ukraine unless unless the Ukraine investigate Joe Biden who of course trump believes is the most direct threat to his reelection? That's what this is about this is this is the two thousand sixteen campaign all over again except this time trump is president. He's got military aid to hold as a weapon to achieve his objective okay Phil Rucker. Obviously an unsaid part of this is that there may be more there may be more individuals like this this our mutual colleague. Nicole Wallace reported after talking with two veterans of the Intel business that they keep noting. Here's another their phone call from inside the House saying the house is on fire and I am guessing fill the White House may be bracing for the fact doc that there could be more yet Bryan. They're always could be more with this. President and it's one of the main reason for that frankly is his lack of discipline in in his interactions with foreign leaders. This is not a president who reads from notes or who follow a script he sort of free wheels these conversations he thinks that makes makes him an effective leader and negotiator when he's going head to head face to face or you know the handset handset with a counterpart around the world but the problem according to people in the White House is that he he will oftentimes say things he's not exactly prepared to say or doesn't fully appreciate the ramifications of those comments we saw it very early on in the administration with that pretty raucous phone call he had with the then Australian Prime Minister the contents of which were reported soon thereafter in Washington Post and created a real diplomatic problem for the administration there could be many other instances of this and one other thing to keep in mind minded about the whistle blower and his or her say right now. This is an administration that has gone to extreme lengths to try to silence people who from the inside we'll try to tell the truth they investigate and try to rat out sources two journalists they try to withhold information from being sent to Congress they try to block testimony to the oversight committees in Congress and so you can expect that president trump also his top aides in the White House are going to do everything they can to find who this whistle blower and and punish this person or multiple people. If there's another occurrence hey gang we asked a lot of you tonight because we're covering this breaking news in real time it's all the fall of the Washington Post but our thanks go to Carol Lennick to Phil Rucker to Jeremy Bash for rolling with all of it. We greatly appreciate it coming up for US tonight a former. FBI This is special agent weighs in on just what we're talking about tonight what this means to the intelligence community when we come back this whistle blower is under what I can only imagine must be the most intense pressure because on the one hand there is this terrifying element called the espionage act and if you violated by sharing anything that is truly sensitive and endangers our national security. Iran world trouble the new reporting tonight that a presidential conversation involving Ukraine alarmed an intelligence official enough for that official to kick it up. The chain Clint Watts former. FBI VI special agent is here with us. He's also happens to be a distinguished research fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute and also happens to be the author of messing with the enemy surviving in a social media world of hackers terrorists Russians and fake news so we thought we would have you here and ask you is a whistleblower whistleblower considered the last line of defense would be would be seen as that way and particularly. I think in this circumstance if you look back what did we you just get done with two Plus Years Muller investigation where people were scrutinized publicly were brought out to Capitol Hill brought to so the Muller Committee questioned interrogated spilled out onto twitter so to make this decision to be very high level intelligence officer in

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"rucker" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"What's going on, how no, this is a disaster though. Well, why don't you play? Who stench would you want? She feel a little bit better about that. Okay. I could do that. So only one person who handles the technical stuff here. Alan. Okay, that sounds good. Another one though. Okay. Give me another one. Who starts would you want to leave behind. Now you've got those. Yes. Of course, the audio from those three morons is perfect, but Darius Rucker, welfare messed up. Do I have to get Darius Rucker and wolf able to do those again. One of the great lands Darius Rucker can make anybody feel like they're the stand up comedian. We need to get Darius Rucker in the audience when fritzy is season to making a comedian, the comeback is Darius would be great. He, he'd laugh at all your stuff. Now, how crushing would it be if fritzy told jokes and Darius Rucker did not laugh. Silence he'd bail me. I would meet you see that kind of guy, section row seat once so difficult. Yes. Maybe we just bring in a laugh track. Could we do that for fritzy? That would relax me significantly even though it's totally fake. And sometimes actual actual audience. They hear that they think why. I guess I'm supposed to laugh too. Do I get it been working on any of your jokes because what you you don't tell jokes, it's all it's everything's observations. You don't tell jokes, he doesn't cold. I know you don't tell jokes, I currently thinking of things that have happened. What do you have? What do you have? I don't have anything..

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"rucker" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"And I'm joined again by Darius tight here are e health reporter who just listened to the conversation that I had with Don Rucker Darius did did the national coordinator for health IT make any news on the health front? Well, it sounds like because of that letter that you mentioned during the interview, it sounds like the, there's been some pushback or pushing a in terms of this data blocking role we discussed, you know, I don't know exactly how the years of government will turn, you know what time line it is, but it does sound like there's a work happening. And so we're interested in hearing the results. And when you say the letter that I mentioned in the letter from the fourteen associations saying, oh, NC has been dragging its heels on accomplishing this info blocking rule. Yeah, yeah, six hundred one days. I think I recall was the figure which is, you know, sounds like a lot of days to me. So is there anything that Don did not say that surprised you perhaps something. He skipped over, didn't go into detail on well. So as I think I mentioned during our first conversation, I was really interested to hear about how they conceive their regulatory indeed regulatory role. He was pretty emphasizing of the deregulatory part, which is an interesting emphasis because one of the biggest proposals that the Trump administration's made on IT has been regulatory. It's been this idea that we could add some sort of interrupt ability criteria to the terms of conditions for participating Medicare, which would be a pretty huge change in his raised some hackles you know, among, for example, hospital groups, one just testified in congress about their opposition to the proposal few weeks back. So. It would be a big change. Be tough change. It'd be a controversial change. So I was interested that he he didn't mention that I asked Don Rucker about what he saw as the big opportunities in challenges ahead for him. What do you see as the reporter tracking this office as the big signposts across the rest of twenty eight teen? Well, I think Rucker was absolutely right that you know API's are a huge effort. One thing he didn't mention during the conversation that I'm tracking pretty closely as is a subject called a patient, matching patron identification. Now, both of us have a little unusual name so we might not run into this problem. But you know, my my girlfriend was actually at a doctor's office and she said that to patients ahead of her had their records merge because they had extremely similar names and extremely similar birth dates. And it's a common problem in the healthcare system where you have people with similar names, who you know their information. You pull the file for, you know, one, you know, Joe Smith and you got the wrong. Joe Smith stayed up and it's been a big problem for the healthcare system as we've gone digital. So they're supposed to be a report from the government accountability office later this year on how solve this problem on how to patient match correctly. And so I'm sort of interested to see how the office is going to navigate some of the regulations, the privacy regulations in this area to both respect patient privacy while also making sure you know the right, Joe Smith's data gets gets matched with with each other. We'll we'll look for your reporting in politico, and we will look to have you back on the political pulse. Check podcast very soon, dearest here. Thank you for joining a conversation. Thanks for having me on. That's it for pulse check today might thanks to Don Rucker, national coordinator for health IT and his team for making time, especially during the interoperability for him and during his tight here, my.

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"rucker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Shot but it looks the schedule western illinois hey should win those games right no chance rucker they gotta go to rutgers purdue that's gonna be tough 'cause i just unbelievable code maybe maryland maybe minnesota those are fifty fifty games within your looking the brassica iowa western better players right now currently in iraq illinois has back look at the quarterback bring us back you've got some stark latch but they don't have a guy back i think they can make the difference from a quarterback standpoint yet original drafter went to junior college illinois this summer so he should be available for care there's still some uncertainty you gotta have a quarterback and it can make plays and i'm not talking about a guy that can be a first round draft pick college komo to the pro level but you have to have a guy who is a winner at the college level it can make things happen like a trace mcsorley you look at i mean trey body wise you would be able to pick it out if you saw walking down the street if you will valley state pick about out of a lineup or anything else he's walkabout star quarterback that's going to be in the middle of the hypertrophy rate but theaters dynamic between the stripes and he's got a kid that he's putting on stephen probably could start for most of the teams in the country but he's backing up trace mcsorley penn state right now when it comes to the east i guess if you put if you put wisconsin's offensive line with house as defensive line i could build a national championship that way because ohio state probably has the best defense eat in the big ten or definitely in the east yeah you look at them with joe he'll be a top probably scary is a south for this year those guys those guys are different you're going to secondary plenty of got back there they can have potential to be first round draft picks secondary which states you know made it really made main for themselves really could be called ep you over the last several years the first round standpoint they've got a lot of playmakers all their participating in their front service so i think it's a challenge to see who's going to be the most dominant when you look at those two but i think the team the people were were overlook this year we'll be missile state who returning a lot on you know phases of their game plus brian working comedian critics if he deserves but he's one the the curriculum the conversation i think you have to go to bribe the working and he's the best quarterback in the car when he does really got a commander that also fixing comport ball down it i think the kids got a chance play on but i think people were going to overlook michigan state has coming back it's right in the wheelhouse of mark dantonio by looking at for everybody's talking about what is going to be able to do with shape patterson who got away throw more interceptions touchdowns but everybody still thinks he could be a potential first picks in next year's nfl draft so we'll have to wait and see how electric's out all right man i'm a catch you like it a sweaty winnebago rutgers next i'm gonna try to find you in august all right that is howard griffith two time superbowl champion an analyst for the big ten network with me jonathan hood here on espn one thousand and the spn app so good so good to just have that little college football primer it's right around the corner he could six wins for lovey oh have you i i don't even know about the first two that he gave him he will drop lovey in illinois will drop at least one of them have to at least one five games to show improvement right they want three last year i don't see five winless schedule five ken st louis only need three conference at the first to kent state western south florida that's the non conference they won't be south florida oh i see i see you gamblers out there i see a.

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"rucker" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on The Big 98

"Darius rucker for the first time at number fourteen that is a former number one now this next song is the title track not that means the title track well it's the title of the album it's the song in the that's right yeah good for you the whole album came out in two thousand sixteen justin moore says he's working on a follow up project but this is newest single kind don't care from justin moore here on the country top thirty album watson mile away happen ben trend little more sleep go on the chair yeah ben being so damn good at her account oh round here wishing you cow.

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"rucker" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I suggested john schwartz last hour this is eighteen months of setup for the staging of this event which gives north korea to pass and donald trump a runway to stand in front of the american people in announce military action if they cheat i really do think it's all about trump positioning himself to go in one of two directions towards a very productive relationship or towards a conflict what are you i don't think it is tenable in other words to continue to allow north korea to produce nuclear weapons at a rate of sixty over three years i think that is the case but again the what what the levers are here to stop them is is the is the only thing that is the big question and certainly it's it's scary when you think about it because if you are talking about military action involving two nuclear powers that's that's a pretty scary prospect and especially with you know so many you know in this case we have a quarter of a million americans in the in the vicinity and the president said in the post trump presser thirty eight million people are within range of wmd he's very aware of that was interesting was philip rucker your colleague was joining me yesterday from the pressroom and said there was a pep in his step of the president yesterday and i noted 'cause i got up early to watch it it was the nicest he had ever been in the media everybody had a good question everyone was welcome he's feeling i thought he was telegraphing that there's more here than in that document because there just isn't that much in that document or he's telegraphing that he personally felt good about the atmospherics of the meeting i don't know that donald trump's mood would necessarily be contingent here on the substance is as much as it is perhaps contingent on how he felt the atmosphere loved you know donald trump is very much a you know a showman in these things the united states speaking of him has just tweeted again.

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"rucker" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"I suggested john pot awards last hour this is eighteen months of setup for the staging of this event which gives north korea to pass and donald trump a runway to stand in front of the american people in announced bill terry action if they cheat i really do think it's all about trump positioning himself to go in one of two directions towards a very productive relationship or towards a conflict what are you i don't think it is tenable in other words to continue to allow north korea to produce nuclear weapons at a rate of sixty over three years i think that is the case but again what what the levers are here to stop them is is the is the only thing that is the big question and certainly it's it's scary when you think about it because if you are talking about military action involving two nuclear powers that's that's a pretty scary prospect and especially with you know so many you know in this case we have a quarter of a million americans in the in the vicinity the president said in the post trump presser thirty eight million people are within range of wmd he's very aware of that was interesting was philip rucker your colleague was joining me yesterday from the press room and said there was a pep into step of the president yesterday and i noted because i got up early to watch it it was the nicest he had ever been to the media everybody had a good question everyone was welcome he's feeling i thought he was telegraphing that there's more here than in that document because there just isn't that much in that document or he's telegraphing that he personally felt good about the atmospherics of the meeting i don't know that donald trump's mood with necessarily be contingent here on the substance as much as it is perhaps contingent on how he felt the atmospheric latino donald trump is very much a you know so many things the president night states speaking of him has just tweeted.

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"rucker" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on The Big 98

"Darius rucker on how he partied pretty hard back in the day you guys are going hard what are the great moments of our lives as we we're we're in the middle of the store and we're going and this guy who's probably was early sixties was rhody in one day we're all sitting around having some drinks backstage stages towards about over three more shows or something and he's in there talking to us and he said you guys i toured with the who a total the stones tell you right now nobody goes like we back in the day when i always say when people read the book they're not gonna believe it nassau someone else's horrigan these city streets even cares got it bag leftist common home amount people as right against the wall there is nothing in the world references only one call away the same the main back there's nothing in the world.

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"rucker" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Sorry about today lars anderson from the letting talk about spring football what crowds mean kokubo new show on wj election birmingham three man front proceeds us on our one of our flagship stations for a very long time and west rucker on jeremy pruitt how did his conversation about fans go over in big orange country red som read a lot read a lot of commentary up there one marvin west longtime sports calms used to be the new sentinel said that jeremy pruitt shouldn't thanking fans if there were if there was any mistake made it was by him doing away with fan fan day beforehand signing autographs and bringing young people into the program that did not happen this year one reason why maybe the crowd was not up to jeremy pruitt's wishes anyway welcome to tuesday for shape peter burns from for being here yesterday peter's been here twice in the last couple of days and i've been this i've been the same state both times last thursday as i told you friday we were marquee biak and i were in athens doing some stories and last night i was in atlanta hosting a banquet american football coaches association banquet i'll talk a little bit more about that later on it's a lot of great legendary coaches at the georgia corium last night so that's why peter was here yesterday so let's get the phone calls here it eight five five four two seven two eight five eight five five two four to seven to eight five another big conversation everywhere yesterday in involved jalen hurts a wide variety conversation on exactly what.

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"rucker" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"rucker" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Her fooling debut album here heroin was released later in 2013 reviewing at number three in the us it included rails and her second bigheads scenes at the end of 2013 her cover add everybody wants to rule the world appeared on the hunger gains catching fire soundtrack lord performed at the 2014 granny's and won awards for song of the year and best hostile performance memorial lorde the usac hannelore harn iheartradio keyword iheartradio goes one on one with darius rucker to ask its time has turned him into a home body have become such a whole muddy the older i give the moral content he give loved munasinghe hilas though all his while things is so horrible as you know you know the most important thing you days his cubicle it gives his lawyer was gives homeless schools the most important part of the day and i love it i love living away and ula some kavala by thank god every day this deallovesbeets and sings living consoler within but sometimes let the netherlands in a lego again the bus and goes words like and then you've got a ghodse to seles i gotta go away and i only these guys and i got a missile across game and i miss villa volleyball game in in the past us that stuff is getting tougher until holy keep listening to iheartradio for more jerry is rucker and all your favorite artists dovers news traffic and weather channel is that unless any weygand lights on on their ania 1410 wdov and singh yes.

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