23 Burst results for "Ruder"
"ruder" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I'm gonna interview you hi what's your name hey i'm great tonight some people say it's trumptastic are you trumptastic i am i tell you what the next president of the united states your hat says i stand what's wrong you bet i do i'd vote for that guy if he's in prison how would i worry where he's at i'll book for that you and me both so we there's two votes right there no matter what right you bet you bet you you bet you betcha you betcha already seen for america okay but wait more there's there's one more oh yeah this is ron this is my first time here it's gorgeous i went to mount rushmore last night and then we had to go of course see all of the president statues in downtown i love it here we need trumpet met rushmore oh god you're not the first one that has told me that we tried to get tickets when he was here in 2020 but we couldn't get tickets you're probably since i've been here just maybe an hour probably the 10th person who has told me that so maybe you should start a campaign to get president trump on mount rushmore that's a great just yeah now point of order if uh he's in prison and you vote for him then do you do they need to do the bars on mount rushmore over his face yeah that would be necessary same kind of stone that his would face be made in with the bars and how would you differentiate like and would his hands be on the bars i'm just you know what i'm a detail person yeah little with the teeny tiny hands little orange hands be on the it couldn't reach all the way around the bar right okay hey let's uh let's get even ruder don't say things bad you're on step show you're not on twitter hey but then you can to make it um yeah better hi hi hi ya hi rude hi good morning you know the difference of whatever slavering obama worship i might have had
"ruder" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Shows. Wild, loud, scary, noisy, thrashing around situations. And that's really not what most overdoses look like. And it certainly is not what an opioid overdose looks like. An opioid overdose is a quiet phenomenon that can easily be missed. The donated Narcan doses are injectable, but this comes as the feds have approved the nasal spray version of the drug, a dose of Narcan has a shelf life of up to three years, and you can get a free dose to keep handy just in case. Ryan Harris, northwest news radio. Seattle drivers are getting ruder that is according to a newly released survey from pemco insurance. Lee stole reports. In Seattle, drivers say they are seeing fewer polite gestures like a wave or signaling or allowing someone to merge more than half of the driver surveyed in 2018, say they would see someone go out of their way to be polite at least 5 times a month, but now that's down 13% to just 40%. And in a more troubling trend, the number of times drivers said that they witnessed or engaged in aggressive behaviors behind the wheel is on the rise. And that kind of behavior is just downright dangerous. Washington state patrol says there were 226 road rage incidents in 2022 in King County where someone fired a gun as of last month. There have been 33 road rage shootings in King County and that's just for this year and 34 in pierce and Thurston counties as well. Come on fours, Lee stole. 7 ten
"ruder" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"It's so good. It's going to terrible. No, now control yourself. Oh, I can't imagine why anyone would do such a thing. Good. Do you know where Hans is? Well, I suppose he is at his apartment. Hasn't he called you this morning? Yeah, usually does, but he hasn't. Stephan hunt is broken partly or uncle's body. Could I must one? I was letting him know what's happened. That's bad. By all means phone him at once. Are you calling? Of course. It's chronic state for free force 7. That's right. He must be there. Okay. What have I answered by now? Where could he be? I haven't the slightest idea. But he always calls me before this. It isn't possible. It can't be. Oh, now just try to control yourself, Yale. So it is clear. Special delivery sign here, please. Well, thank you. Who is it for? For you. Good. It's from home. Could heaven's read it? Leaving me, and I'm an important business. Contact me at 16 ruder Roche Paris, under name of Pierre Cabo. I don't understand him. What does he mean? What important business? Why should he disappear like this? I have no idea, but it does look strange. Your uncle has murdered and haunts disappears. But what motive could he have had? But they found his pipe near uncle's body. You know Hans had nothing to do with it? I'll admit he's always been rather peculiar never seemed to let loose always seem to be on his guard, but why didn't you think of no reason for this? What could this important business be? He never told me of it. I honestly go to Paris under an assumed name. And that is strange. Good. That officer said something. What? Well, you know the knuckle was active in anti Nazi work. Do you suppose it could be a Nazi? Why not? But who? Who do we know that's a Nazi? Ah, I said that. Wait a minute. You just said that you felt Hans was always on his guard. To me, you felt he was concealing something? Well, there have been times when I felt that, but on the whole I thought of him as a slow thinking, absent minded professor. But it does seem strange that the moment I go gave him the check that this should happen and he should disappear. Maybe he went to visit our old pal, Jean Renault. He remembers young. He was one of our classmates. He's going to have a strange feeling with Hans wooden go away like this without telling me beforehand. I missed something were wrong. Do you suppose that Hans has been deceiving us all alone? What makes you ask that? Well, it certainly occurred to me that he spoke French without the traits of an accent. And I remember Joe Reno said once that he spoke English without an accent. So what? What if he did? We had to learn to do that. Certainly not by living in Vienna all his life. Oh, I see what you mean. Why didn't you tell me beforehand that it was leaving? Nobody wrote you this letter? Yes, but it wasn't written by the Han so I know. I think you'd better forget about it. I didn't tell you this. The police found a note on the floor. It said leader Paul galley, death. It must admit that uncle was an anti nasty leader, and he was sentenced to die. And if this ties in with Hans disappearance, then Hans must have been connected with the national darling. You're getting yourself all worked up. You don't think Hans was a Nazi? Well, I'll admit that what you've got it all worked out. It sounds plausible, but if he was a Nazi, and he's left the country, what can we do about it? He won't come back. Why should he go to Paris? Was a good friend of ours? I'm sure Jean knows nothing about Hans being a Nazi, Jean would never suspect him. Maybe Paris is his next assignment. Nazis are just as busy in France as they are here. Let's see that letter from hunts. He says here, contact me 16 rood arose Paris. Veteran I was addressed 16 ruder Roche. I just can't believe it. How could I have been such a fool? I'll see who it is, don't they? I'm captain Gruber from police headquarters. Come in captain. All right, the public again for a land. We went to Michael's apartment. He wasn't there. He wasn't. As far as I've been in the garage, all that. Strange? He's on this riding on the notepad on his desk. Is it his handwriting? Yes. Is written the same two words over and over again. As though he tried to make up his mind about something. But what's become of his car? The guy's been fountain. Where? The public arrives. Remote indications make list left the country. Rub a bigger plan. So my Friends, we've discovered that hunts minkler is a French citizen. A French citizen? He always led us to believe that he was a native Austrian. No, we want to check things over, little further. We'll be back this afternoon. Please don't disturb anything. No, no, we won't. By the way, what is your name, sir? My name is Kurt Lesnar. Good day. Good. What did you see? What were you looking at Justin? Well, what do you mean? What do you uncle's desk? Well, nothing. Nothing at all. Let me see. Good heavens, I see it. Here on the desk blotter, uncle handwriting, it says, find Hans Nicholas. It was fun. It was. I was trying to tell us who did it. Maybe. Don't think that he could be so low to take on those bunny and then kill him. Please be you. I just can't believe it. I won't believe it. I must. Say that all the evidence is certainly against him. I'll try to get this off your mind. Try to get some rest. The
"ruder" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"It goes as you're all. Ruder. He's like, yeah, Gerald, what's up? Guys, I popped open the clean out. It's a little bit of shit coming out of it. You need a router out here and you're like, where are you? I'm right here in highland park and you're like, okay, yeah, I can do that. I can't get my guy today. Is there anywhere than there to help? And I'm like, well, Adam's here, but I might have depleted his neighborhood. He's done enough. But
"ruder" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"And at that point, the opening act had come in and he was also for mile and I said, hey, this sound guy calls Billie Joel, Billy Joel. And the Irish comic goes, it is really Joanne. Is everyone crazy in this country? Well, there's no one in Ireland named Joel, and he goes, yeah, I would call them joy. And I was like, well, then what would you call someone who's actually named Joelle? And he goes, you mean, like, Billy Joel? Stop it. No. I love Ireland. I spent two weeks there. One of the weeks I was in donegal, which is a county in the northwestern part of the republic. And I noticed something. Everyone at donegal has a washer and dryer, but nobody uses their dryer. They're like that won't be necessary. We'll just hang that out to dry. And I was kind of skeptical, but I was staying with friends, and they offered to do my laundry, so they took my clothes and they washed, and then hung it out to dry. And I was kind of impressed because after only three days. My clothes were still wet. It's what they've yet to realize is it rains every day and donegal. It's like living in a shower. But my friend, she was so proud of the line project. It's not just better. Doesn't that smell glorious? Meanwhile, I'm holding a wet T-shirt. Yeah, this is great. I can just pretend I got a log ride. Nothing better than waking up on a cold morning and putting on a wet Billy Joel T-shirt. Stones, I love the stones, I can't believe it's still doing it after all these years of watching whenever I can. Red and Barney. Last summer I drove cross country with a friend of mine, we split the drive and we switched every half mile. The hallway crossed me only had one cassette tape to listen to. I can't remember what it was. We were in Selena, Utah when we were arrested for not going to her green light. We pleaded maybe. I've absolutely no reason we went to Canada. I was feeling good. I had just received my degree in calcium anthropology. The study of milkman. When we were driving over the border back in the United States, they asked me if I had any firearms. They said, what do you need? I was traveling with my friend George. Some people think George is weird 'cause he has side bearings behind his ears. I think he's weird because he has a false teeth, but he has braces on them. George is a radio announcer and when he walks under a bridge, you can't hear him on top. When I first moved into my house was a switch on the wallet in controlling a light or anything, I just looked it up and now every once in a while. And about a month later I got a letter from a woman in Germany. Saying cut it out. Listen, Doc dot FM. I've been in Scotland for a month and my friend Don was staying at my house and I got home from being a month away. And Don left, and I went out on my deck, my old deck, which was falling apart, and I hadn't been home for a month. I said hi to my cats. I stood out. On my deck and looked over the cactus garden at my ex-wife planted that I maintain out of spice. Just to get reacquainted with who I am. And in the middle of the cactus garden was just bubbling goo. Coming out of the ground. And I'm fairly new homeowners, so my first thought was on someone's got to fix that. And then, of course, you realize I have to fix it. I don't know what it is. And I'm kind of baffled by it. I'm wondering if it's geological? What's happening? My neighbor Adams on his deck. And I go, Adam, dude. What is that? Adam, without missing a beat, just goes that shit. In my first thought is, I've got a shit well. Did I learn about that in the creation museum? Does the earth sometimes get angry and shit at us? Foreshadowing for the next fall, the earth shitting at me. And then, of course, I went into some other thing where I'm like, it's a metaphor. It's a sign. It's a symbol. It's the whole I mean, she planted the garden of thorny plants and beneath it is just shit. And that was what our relationship was built on. It was thorny in this built on shit, and then I'm like, dude, you took one semester of film. Step out of it. Not semiotic time. And I say, Adam, what do we do about that? He goes, well, man, it looks like it's right on the story. Why don't you just follow the pipe down and pop open the clean out and see what comes out, and then we find out where the car is. And I'm like, oh, fuck you, you lost me. At all of it. Can you help me? Fucking neighbor says, absolutely. Wow. What you do that? So, he comes over and we sort of, how to around this clean out, which is basically just a valve on the pipe that is designed to do this. So you can get into the pipe at different places. And there's a top on it, and he looks at me and he's like, we don't know how much shit's going to come out of here. When we pop the top off. And certainly I'm familiar with that on an emotional level. So he pulls it off and I'm ready to like, what? And it just kind of goes. Well, disappointing. So I say that, and I say, are we good? It's all fixed, just cap it back up. He's like, no, dude, you got to get a router. I'm like, do you have a router? It's like, I'm a Rudy, you got to call a ruder guy. But a ruder guy, so I go Google ruder. I find the ruder guy in my neighborhood, earls, ruder. I call Earl. It's like Sundays Memorial Day weekends and bad weekend to be playing around with shit wells. I call the number and the guy just goes, yeah, and I'm like, there's a business. Not sure what I want. I want to say what I got to say if this isn't who I think I need to be talking to. Just launch into it. Shit problem in your yard. Stranger.
"ruder" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"FM. I've been in Scotland for a month and my friend Don was staying at my house and I got home from being a month away. And Don left, and I went out on my deck, my old deck, which was falling apart, and I hadn't been home for a month. I said, hi, to my cats. I stood out. On my deck and looked over the cactus garden that my ex-wife planted that I maintain out of spice. Just to get reacquainted with who I am. And in the middle of the cactus garden was just bubbling goo. Coming out of the ground. And I'm fairly new homeowners, so my first thought was approximately it's got to fix that. And then of course you realize I have to fix it. I don't know what it is. And I'm kind of baffled by it. I'm wondering if it's geological. What's happening? Actually, my neighbor Adams on his deck. And I go, Adam, dude. What's up, what is that? Adam, without missing a beat, just goes that shit. Am I first thought is I've got a shit well? Did I learn about that in the creation museum? Does the earth sometimes get angry and shit at us? Foreshadowing for the next fall? The earth shitting at me. And then of course, I went into some other thing where I'm like, it's a metaphor. It's a sign. It's a symbol. It's the whole I mean, she planted the garden of thorny plants and beneath it is just shit. And that was what our relationship was built on. It was torn in this built on shit, and then it went, dude, you took one semester of film. Step out of it. Not semiotic time. I say, Adam, what do we do about that? He goes, well, man, it looks like it's right on the story. Why don't you just follow the pipe down and pop open the clean out and see what comes out? And then we find out where the car is. And I'm like, oh, fuck you, lost me. At all of it. Can you help me? Fucking neighbor says, absolutely. Wow. But you do that? So he comes over and we sort of how to around this clean out, which is basically just a valve on the pipe that is designed to do this. So you can get into the pipe at different places. And there's a top on it, and he looks at me, he's like, we don't know how much shit's gonna come out of here. When we pop the top off. And certainly I'm familiar with that on an emotional level. So he pulls it off and I'm ready to like, what? And it just kind of goes. Well, disappointing. So I say that, and I say, are we good? It's all fixed, just cap it back up. He's like, no, dude, you got to get a router. I'm like, do you have a router? It's like the kind of Rudy you got to call a rooter guy. But a ruder guy, so I go Google ruder. I find the ruder guy in my neighborhood, earls, ruder. I call Earl. It's like Sundays Memorial Day weekends and bad weekend to be playing around with shit wells. I call the number and the guy just goes, yeah. And I'm like, there's a business? I'm not sure what I want to say when I got to say it. This isn't who I think I need to be talking to. Just launch into it. Shit problem in your yard. Stranger. It goes as you're all. Ruder. He's like, yeah, Gerald, what's up? Guys, I popped open the clean out. It's a little bit of shit came out of it. Ruger out here and you're like, where are you? I'm right here in highland park. You're like, oh, okay, yeah, I can do that. I can't get my guy today. Is there anywhere than there to help? And I'm like, well, Adam's here, but I might have depleted his neighborhood. He's done enough. But I can help you early. He's like, all right, I'll be over a $150. I'm like, okay, good. He comes over with the root of machine, which is a large hundred foot steel coil with blades on it, hooked to a motor. And we had to lift this thing and move it into the garden. And I'm taking hits, I'm hitting cactuses. I'm getting a little bloody cats are on the deck wondering what's up? Well, surprised. See becoming a dog guy. I reassured him. We're good. We're good. What does that even mean? And the narrow, now I got the play by play. Earl turns the engine on, we're running the router into the hole, and I was like, we got to let her get down there about 20 feet or however 30 feet here where the clog is. I'm like, sounds good, man. Let's do it. And he's running her in. He's like, she's down there about 20 feet. And I'm like, what's going to happen? He's like, well, the water's going to whoosh out here when we hit the clog. She's probably down there about 35 feet. And it just opens the pipe arrow goes, yeah, she got her what we got to do now. I'm just going to let her run all the way down to the end of the bike, make sure it's all clean. I'm like, okay, let her do that. And he's like, really, really, really, and then like a few minutes go by and he's like, oh shit, and he starts pulling at it, like, no, we're in trouble, and I'm like, oh, fuck, girl, what's going on? And Earl says she's down there too deep. The gravity in the water might suck her in. My guy knows how that feels, Earl. Let's get her out of there. She starts going all fucked y'all. Come on, girl. Come on, baby. And he gets hold of it. He pulls her up. He's rolling it up. And he says, oh, that was close almost lost. And I'm depleted. From my co dependent position in this relationship with Earl. And I took a minute and I thought to myself, what is the cutoff for referring to machinery is her? I mean, if there's ever a situation where you should just man up and own that dick, it's this situation. There's no feminine attributes at all to a ruder. I felt like saying Earl, get hold of yourself. You just fucked the shit out of that shit fight. But you're a hundred foot chip guy. You've been proud of that man. Drums. Okay. I'm trying to be cool. I'm thinking of getting a tattoo. But I want to get a tattoo that's unique, you know? I don't want to tattoo like everybody else. So I want to get a tattoo of a blender. A big one on my chest, you know? And when I go to the public pool, take my shirt off. Everyone will be spellbound. They'd be like. Is that? A blender? Born to frappe.
"ruder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg quick take This is Bloomberg radio An American journalist is reportedly dead after an attack by Russian forces in Ukraine multiple reports say journalist and filmmaker Brent Renaud was shot and killed in the town of her pink just west of Kyiv Renaud was said to be in a car with other journalists when he was shot Another American journalist was also reportedly shot and injured but the extent of those injuries is unknown National security adviser Jake Sullivan said while the reports were unconfirmed it would be a shocking and horrifying event if an American was killed by Russian forces The death toll from a Russian missile attack on a Ukraine military base is now at 35 The regional governor in northwest Ukraine says Russian planes fired about 30 cruise missiles this morning at the base near the Polish border killing 35 and injuring 130 the large military bases where Ukraine held most of its drills with NATO countries before the Russian invasion A yacht belonging to a Russian businessman under European sanctions is seized by police in Italy Reuters reported yesterday that the 470 foot sailing yacht belonging to Andre mil Nacho is held by Italian authorities at the port of Trieste the yacht is valued at over $570 million Nobus group the ship's German manufacturer says the ship is the largest sailing yacht in the world Was placed on the sanctions list earlier this past week He resigned as a board member Wednesday from his company's fertilizer maker eurochem group and coal producer souk the World Health Organization says it's helping Ukraine prevent pathogens from getting out of labs Ruder cites a who statement from Thursday which says the organization has worked with Ukraine over the past several years in an effort to prevent accidental or deliberate release of pathogens from the country's public health labs The statement also says the who is not aware of any Ukraine lab activity to be in violation of international treaties Russia claims Ukraine has biological weapons labs supported by the U.S. Defense Department which Ukraine and the U.S. city deny The Powerball jackpot keeps on growing California lottery officials say there were no tickets sold with all 6 numbers in last night's drawing That means Monday's jackpot will be worth $124 million I'm Dina kodiak A man is under arrest after causing panic in a Long Island New York movie theater during a showing of the film Batman David folk Thomas reports It happened around 11 Friday night at the regal theaters in deer park Suffolk county police say 55 year old Luis Perez of bay shore was in theater ten when he put on a ski mask and told a group of miners sitting behind him that he had a gun That's when people began to race for the exits and off duty Lloyd harbor police officer who was in the theater detained the suspect until security arrived Perez was charged with making a terroristic threat David.
"ruder" Discussed on Winning Plays
"Wizards and the king. So it's nice that there are two weeks left and there is a better lineup of teams to face to kind of assess on the fly here. Okay, are these was this just too hot shooting nights for the Jays? And everything looked well, or is this smart? Fully buying into his facilitator role. Albeit a little bit late this season. But if he starts to do that, if they win, if they go to 5 out of 6, I think you can start to say, okay, what can we change round the rest of the roster? You're like kind of go through that list. And keep smart in that role as the defensive stalwart and a facilitator. And so then that plays into what you wrote about Schroeder, right? And this is part of the whole market smart conversation to me is the Celtics must have at least some idea about what their plan is moving forward with the point guard's position. And maybe that's, hey, it's Marcus until we figure something else out or maybe it's we really want to go after Bradley Beal. Maybe it's we really want to bring back Dennis schroder. And if you feel any of those things, you know, like if you feel like Marcus smart isn't your guy long term, then there's more motivation to move him. And maybe that helps you make that decision. But the curious thing for me is, okay, so schroder has had some really good performances, mostly in spot starts. But the numbers still haven't been as good as the Marcus and Jays went Schroeder's out there. I think part of it is stylistically as much as he's a nice lug three of the score. It doesn't quite fit at time. Now when he's attacking and dishing and doing all those things, if you could get him to embrace the Marcus smart way of playing right now, maybe it would. But I don't know if that was what Dennis ruder wants to do long term. So I'm still very much in the camp of it's time to move on from Schroeder and I get why they rolled the dice with it, but and I'd even be okay if they carried him through to the end of the year if you're just sure to shrugging around and saying second round draft pick doesn't matter. We're just gonna ride it out with this core and keep as much talent and see what happens and we'll figure it all out in the summer. But I think I told you offline we were talking about this a couple of weeks ago and I said it's been a little weird. Even as the all of us have sort of sat here saying like all it makes sense just move on from Dennis Schroeder, I've heard internally there is some support for keeping him around. And I don't know if that's beyond this season. I think it's more we've got a first year coaching step that clearly wants to go for it. You've got Brad Stevens who historically doesn't like the idea of just like selling off pieces and just like trying to ride those veterans..
"ruder" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"ruder" Discussed on Winning Plays
"That is there any more insight on into this illness that he's dealing with because he's not right. Would you rather have any credit he's also made some great plays. He made the 3% over time. I'm opening night. His defense down the stretch and Charlotte was enormous. But when you see him playing the way he is, last night, 35 minutes, one of 7 from the field, three assists 5 personal files, maybe Payton can get 7 of those minutes. Ten of those minutes? I can see when you see that clearly he's not Marcus smart right now. And you respect him playing through shit, but like, you know, just when you have these, we talked about all pre season. This team feels so much deeper than they were last year, which doesn't take much. Last year was a kiddie pool. But there is depth. And this is the time where they might need it. We're jaylen doesn't come to play with smart doesn't come to play. When Jason Tatum were email made a big emphasis beginning of the year. I don't want you complaining to the rest. Let me worry about it. Jason ambition to the rest constantly to the point where you got a technical for it last night. So at what point, just let these kids have a chance. Clearly it's not working with your starters. You got to send a message. And I think it's a great point, bringing up smart there because guess where he ranks on minutes on the team right now, like for the season. Rich. Is it first? Second. Tatum is saying tame is playing 37.8 minutes per game. Smart is playing 37 minutes per game. And he's shooting 25% from the field. Yeah, but I mean, they said, I don't even was there any clear explanation or anything in terms of what he's actually dealing with the court. I know there was a one story that just said he's been on fluids and the dizzy, I don't know if he's throwing up, but something does not seem right. Right. Yeah, so that was after Monday night. He just came out and it really hung his head and was just immediately, I was like, hey, you okay, you just don't look good and that's when he said, you know, he had been throwing up in the game and was play bad headaches and just pains and stuff like that, so he actually seemed to feel better enough to play last night, but the encore production, the shooting, we've seen shooting something before, but he made his riding regardless and like you said, there are alternatives in place where if smart isn't feeling great, don't play him 37 minutes a night, like playing 25 minutes a night, so you can a developer younger guys and you maybe get a better version of smart and especially offensively when things aren't going well there. And I guess the other concerning thing I have here and we can bring up Dennis ruder as we look.
"ruder" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"One is, I think their roster is more overall defensively versatile. I mean Robert Williams is switching stuff is really interesting, but also they can play smaller. They don't have that really like the dream on green ask. I mean unless you think Williams can be that guy at like switching 5, but I think Robert Williams might end up being that guy. But then the other thing that I find so tantalizing about the Celtics. And I would argue is a more modern thing that as we move into the league could become there. Is that they have a bunch of guys that are similar levels of quality. And what that brings should email duca approach it this way, is that he can have to close with the same 5 every time. And that there will be nights when Dennis ruder makes sense. There will be nights that Dennis shooter does not make sense. There will be nights that Robert Williams should be out there and everything else. And so I think that also their multitude of wings and wing sized guys is thoroughly modern. I mean, the idea of Tatum and Brown and Marcus smart and potentially Aaron nee Smith if he can put it together a little bit. And we'll see with Romeo lankford and all that. And even some of their non wings kind of in some ways have wingy elements is really intriguing. So I'm gonna go with the Celtics. Speaking of the Celtics, a question that I had scheduled for later, but let's just kind of transition to it now. I mean, I think Robert Williams looks like a monster for the Celtics. I thought that he looked great in that double overtime game. He played 44 minutes in that game. It was the second game he's ever played over 30 minutes in or third game, I believe over 30 minutes in his career. And. Blown away by his versatility and his defensive abilities a switch defender even, and his rim protection and his passing, like it feels like he really might end up being like a top ten center in the NBA. So he signed a four year $55 million deal in the off season and it's a deal that I think he kind of had to sign just given that he's been so non durable throughout the course of his career to this point. But do we think there's a real chance that we look back on that deal and we're like, oh, this was a great deal for Boston to get done as quickly as they did in the off season even before, like the traditional October extension season started. There is absolutely a chance and I would have to really think about it. So I mean, I would put bam in a different conversation because he's established a different level of quality than a lot of these other young guys, but if we're gonna throw some of the other young bigs kind of in a path with 8 and Jared Allen who got a lot of money and Robert Williams and various various other players now towns is 26..
"ruder" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"You know it's not necessarily the worst thing in the world especially since we're talking about one of these last three roster spots right? At that point you're kind of just throwing darts a little bit. And if you can land someone that can has a capable skill set that they know that they can do this particular thing in this case playmaking then I mean it makes sense. I think shootings covered we talked about that a little bit. I think the big man rotation is solidified for the most part. So you know if you're going to turn your attention somewhere playmaking isn't the worst spot to do it in. Yeah I mean it's something that I think they were lacking last year even with Dennis Schroeder and part of that was Dennis ruder himself. He just wasn't right. He wasn't quite the playmaker. They were hoping he would be but even with Schroeder it just wasn't quite enough especially look this tells me that the Lakers are gonna really focus on taking that burden off of LeBron James as much as possible in the regular season which I want to say that with a little bit of caution because every season LeBron has been in the NBA anytime we've talked about taking the burden off of his shoulders are running the offense through someone else. That's never happened. That's never actually happened. It's always still primarily run through LeBron but the idea is just to have somebody take a percentage of that away from him. So he's still going to do a lot of the heavy lifting but now that you're bringing Russell Westbrook Kendrick nunk can handle the ball a little bit as well. If you can get another true creator maybe that is Isaiah Thomas. Maybe it is Darren Collison. Maybe it's Mike James right? You bring in another one of these guys and I know a lot of people in our chat are even mentioning Rajon Rondo if he gets bought out of sure thing you bring in another one of these guys it just gives you another option to pull from on a random night in January when some guys are sitting due to load management. That's actually exactly the point I was going to make LeBron James come place playoff time is always going to have the ball basically every possession I feel like because you know you want your best decision maker to have the ball at all times or at least close to it. Russell Westbrook will obviously siphon some of those possessions. But from a regular season perspective I can totally see why it makes sense. I know they're going to probably let rest handle most of that during the regular season but they have another person off the bench because you know we brought up Kendrick not in THC but they're not necessarily playmakers in.
"ruder" Discussed on Ghostly
"That was after that was after gene. Decide i i believe and That was something that the new owner of the house said happen. Sometimes that it would disappear and reappear in the window and stuff. Yeah but again speculation. There's no real proof of this or anything. So yeah so i'm not i don't really like to include that in the history section. I gotcha i will. I'm just gonna say this though. One thing that i thought was thinking of a really based on what you've said there are. There's another movie that i know you're gonna talk about as being inspired by an but one that i think of poltergeist when that we've done an episode in poltergeist. There's a scene where those dahl dressed as a clown. Oh yeah in the room with the sun right and there's a whole thing that happens and they can't get in the room and i wonder if it was inspired by was think was soon as you said clown or jester costume made me think of that so it interesting ultimately auto family home was sold to myrtle ruder after the death of jean and and that And she owned the house in robert until nineteen ninety four. The house was sold in the new owners. Donated rubber to the east marcello museum that is located in key west. This is where robert lives to this day. Robert was donated because because gene designed the gallery at the museum. I don't know if you were aware of that So that's the reason why they picked that it's it seemed like a very weird place to have robert the doll. Yeah because it's not like a paranormal place or anything it's a. It's a museum and it focuses a lot on art. Yeah though it does have some other weirdo things in it which are not appropriate for our family show by well. That's art though to art. Art is not always the most family friendly. Well the thing. I'm thinking of. I don't but yes So robert lives there to this day. Robert was because gene designed the gallery at the museum. Robert wasn't always on display though since they since they had him. Did you know that. I'd to head The reason why they put robert undisposed because robert perceived a lot of visitors people came that had heard of the doll and wanted to see him. See this is where i mean. We're going to get into stuff. But like how would they have heard of him People that studied. Gino does Art and stuff in gene talked about robert from time to time even as an adult even as an artist and also myrtle myrtle.
"ruder" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"ruder" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
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"ruder" Discussed on Z104
"To a brand new week, everybody And if you're new to the area near the show, I'm Nick that shaggy. Anybody and we have a big show today with a big hour coming up this hour for you in about 20 minutes in today's TMZ, Did you peek in on the salt pepper movie? Now over the weekend. You didn't miss much. I mean, I saw it when I was going to my guide. I saw that little. There was no one else on, but I chose Ah, swamp people chasing snakes. Well, then, there you go. Probably probably also interesting. Anyways, there's a little controversy over the salt pepper movie that aired on lifetime over the weekend from a member of the group. We'll talk about that. Plus Kourtney Kardashian involved in a romance that's brand new, but it shouldn't be brand new. If you're long time Kardashians fan. We'll talk about that, and we have a story coming up this hour. After you see about a guy who did what might be the rudest thing you can do on a date, and it's not dine and ditch. It's not forgetting to show up. It's ruder than any of that s O will have that for you this hour as well. I mean, are we doing? We're debuting a new segment today. Now this is it's tic tac world premiere. So we're taking some of your favorite songs from tick tack, and we're leaking them on the air. Because a lot of you love these songs. Yep. Or a lot of you if you're listening, go, what the hell is that song? Or who is that artists that my son is doing these dances to write your daughter and you're wondering, so you'll get to hear that as well this hour. In fact, we'll do it right after today's phone scam. This was the phone scam where we scammed a guy's girlfriend who is putting sexy pictures, Instagram. And he said, Well, if you're going to put those sexy pictures of at least getting only fans account to make some money, she was so offended and said I would never do on Lee fans. I have more class than that. We were like, Let's put that to the test shall wear.
"ruder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Bradley show, kicking off the second hour today Tuesday. Only to state feels like we've already had a month. Howley. The reason we're asking this question today is because, well, it's another one of them Studies. You know, people are like you got nothing better to do. You're just sitting around all the time. Answer these questions. And so they asked people if they felt Like the people in their state were ruder more polite, or, you know, just about the same as everybody else, and I found it relatively interesting, actually, the answers. They're not broken up by state, but they are broken up by region and we can talk about that in a moment. I just have a feeling that Minnesotans might. I don't know I could be totally wrong and I have been regularly. I feel like Minnesotans think that we're probably more polite. I don't know that that's true, but I feel like that might be the sense. So you're saying perhaps that there's a perception Of Minnesota. Nice that whole idea that people here are really polite and that maybe that's a myth because we're humans. Exactly. Politeness sometimes can be asked, and also, what one person thinks his polite is not necessarily what another person perceives is polite. So right. Like when I first moved here from the South Which previously I had lived in the Midwest but then moved to the South and then came back to the Midwest. And I will tell you that if there is a noticeable difference in the way strangers interact with one another in the south than when they do here in the Midwest. Oh, sure, maybe that there's a more forward facing Mm affability, perhaps like darlin honeys and all sorts of those kinds of things that we think bound and sounds where, as perhaps in a place like Minnesota People don't necessarily feel the need to have that kind of green. But then there's also the Minnesota goodbye where people are like saying goodbye for 30 minutes. I do that every day with you, Ali. Okay, so I gotta go. But another thing 651641171 and I will tell you here's what people said, on average in the Midwest. Are people more polite about the same arm or rude? I think it's just rude or but anyway, whatever, Um What? What's your gut? Tell you, Holly. What would people in the Midwest save? Now? That's a big umbrella, right Midwest, but on average, What do you think people in the Midwest said that the people in their state are more polite. About the same or more route I would say about the same or more polite. So being really Yeah. People probably being in that survey. Be like, well, we're probably average because we don't want to be better than everyone else. But it's that Minnesota thing we're deep down inside. Minnesota is superior to so many places. But it would be rude to admit that publicly, exactly which is why 49% of the people in the Midwest said that they think that people in their state are about the same as everybody else in the United States, and the second highest response was more polite. 27%. So nearly a third of people in the Midwest thought that they were more polite, which I will tell you is on Lee outdone by the South, so every region thinks that everybody's about the same. But in the south more than 30% at 32% of people think they're more polite 27% of Midwesterners and only 16% of those in the Northeast. Thought they were more polite 25% in the West. All those statistics Not surprising about people's self reflection on their politeness. I don't find that to be surprising at all. I would say here that sometimes people are polite to a fault. Meaning that you receive people's politeness. But it actually is not polite. It gets in the way. For example, I live on a busy street. Oh, God, e I know exactly where you're going, and I hate this behavior. And sometimes I have to cross. I have to park my car across the street from my place on this busy street, And so you know, you cross the street. You looked both ways you do things. Sometimes cars, stop toe. Let you pass and it's like No, honey, you gotta go. You have the right of way. Now you're messing up traffic, and now you're you were like, Go. Do not go. Do I go? Do I not go and I don't want to get hit, But you know, and then people behind them are, you know, hitting rear ends? Yeah. Yeah, because you're not supposed to be stopping. But you're stopping because you want to be polite, But actually, the polite thing to do is to keep going because then you're following the rules and everyone understands the expectation that you're going. I in fact in probably, you know, I have to get to my vehicles like, Don't mind me. I'm watching for you. Exactly. No. Alright. I do believe we've got some people on the phone. We've got Rebecca on the phone here, and I have to. I love that. You said that holly before But I thank you because every time I don't stop, I get yelled at by my girlfriend and I'm like, no if I say Happens, Someone gets into an accident. It's my fault. So let's keep moving. See exactly exactly. Just keep moving with the flow of traffic. Grant remind me again. Who's on the line back is back us on the line. Okay, we're back to do you think people in Minnesota tend to be more rude or more polite than most Americans? Truthfully, I think it is more of a generational thing. Oh, tell me what it was like. Okay, so I work at Wal Mart. I'll be brutally honest. And I'll have like 18 years like people who are 50 plus even come through who are The absolute sweetest people. Yeah, And then I'll have people who are like in their thirties and I don't know what generation that would be Millennials. Probably millennials. Yeah, OK, which is my generation to and they'll be Will be kinda nice. But then we have the gens ears who are just ruder than rude and will start any kind of fight. They can get their hands on. Wow. Okay, So you think, Yeah. So you think it's more generational? It is generational to me. And also based on how you were raised. I mean, I was born in 94. I grew up with my grand parents and my mom and I was raised on manners. I am 26 years old now and I still ask my grandma, Is it okay if I have a soda? Oh, when I go in visit, and she's like you're you're grown up. I don't care, And I'm like I checked because it's how I was raised. I love that. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for answering the question again. Toe remind those of you just joining us..
Engaging With the Marketplace with Chris Ruder
"What are the prerequisites for starting and building viral multimillion dollar, international brand, a degree in business or finance, tenure, strategic plan and annual marketing strategy well, and NBA would probably be helpful, maybe several high profile investors and contacts well. That's a great list, but it turns out that while most of those things might be good. They aren't actually necessary from the Ramsey network. This is the entreleadership podcasts. Were we help? Business leaders themselves their teams and their profits. I'm your host, Alex Judd and today we talking to the founder and CEO of a company that made gist over ten thousand in revenue in two, thousand, eight, one, million, in two, thousand, thirteen and twenty, one million in two. Two Thousand Nineteen. Chris Rudra leads the business known as Spike Ball. Have you played it? It's the four player round net game that is taking the nation and now the world by storm. y'All I. Am a huge fan of this game, but here's what's funny about Chris's background. It isn't at all what you would expect. He didn't have some profoundly intentional plan strategy or goal for Spike Ball. In fact at the beginning. He wasn't even allowed to play. So I, I first spike ball in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, so I was about fourteen years old at the time, and my older brother's friends who live just down the street from us, they bought a couple sets local toy store, brought it back to the neighborhood, and they started playing a bunch and I remember thinking. It was a super cool game, but I wasn't really allowed to play because i. was you know just kind of like the annoying? Annoying younger brother, so I kinda stood on the sidelines and got to watch, and they play over the years and I'd play a little bit and fast forward to two thousand and three me, my brother and those same childhood friends. We all went on a trip to Hawaii together. You know and we are now adults out of college and kind of working, and that was where I really I got the bug for it and when we were playing strangers would. Would stop and ask us the same three questions. What's that game? How do you play? And where can I get it and the work could I get apart? We could never really answer because from what little we knew. Spike Ball was launched in nineteen, eighty nine, and it was killed in one thousand, ninety one, so it had a very short shelf life, and assuming they stop selling exit didn't sell well, not really exactly sure why but enough people ask that. That question where light bulb kind of went off, and I was like I wonder if there's like the marketplace talking to you, sort of the saying goes and I had such a blast in that game. You know my brother and I were partners. Who is he and I? I is Tim and Pat Kennedy. Who are childhood friends and their twin brother, so we just had this like brother rivalry thing going on some of the world's most beautiful beaches and. My brother and I weren't all that close and we were kids. We were kind of rivals ourselves. So this was actually the first time we. We're competing together against two other guys so I. Really you know that trip hit me hard, and that's where I really got the bug, and we started using sentences like you know. Wouldn't it be cool if we could bring this thing back to life like? Wouldn't that be fun? And you know none of us knew anything about starting a company or any of that and it was a great idea to try and bring it back, but we did what I believe. Most people do with an idea is nothing. You know you just talk about it and. We did that for a couple of years and I, finally said I'm sick of the talk I'm actually GonNa talk to an attorney and see if we can legally do this. I don't even know how this world works. So. The tourneys told us. News there was never a patent on the product, so the design and all that kind of ever you want and the trademarks Ben expired for I. Don't know ten years, or whatever and the trademarks protects the name's spike ball. So. They're okay you can do you want. We did reach out to the guy that invented it and talked about potentially relaunching together and. Didn't really find a way to make that work, so we went ahead and me. My brother, my cousin, and a few of the childhood, friends chipped in total amongst all of us about one hundred thousand dollars, and we incorporated in two thousand seven and went into business in two thousand eight. Unreal so up to that point. That's just a crazy store like had you're not GonNa? Be Vacation. This might not exist today. One other thing happened on that beach vacation, which was a major moment. Life was I got engaged to my lovely wife Shaab now fifteen years. And to go to Hawaii Moral Michael. Pretty well okay leading up to that trip. Did you have aspirations to one day? Own Your own business. or where is your head space? At that time in terms of your career Chris? By the time, I quit my job and went fulltime, so guess by that time I was working. I think at monster dot com at the time and had worked for big companies doing sales, and you know their jobs that paid well. Well and but there was nothing I was passionate about I. Did the job wasn't really that? Into the culture of the companies I worked for and knows a paycheck, and that was about it and you know. My Dad was an entrepreneur. My grandfather was my brother has his own company like it's kind of in the family. And I was kind of the one that was you know an employee for the big company and. I remember just like. My Dad ran. A few small businesses had some rental properties and stuff and the thing that I love was he had control over his schedule. He got to make decisions and decide what he was going to do each day, and that was something that I was a very foreign to me. Working at the big company I really had no control I was of told what to do and just go do it and I think that's where the sense of apathy of like yeah I'll just do the job, but I'm not going to be excited about our like it, and so I never thought that I'd actually. Launch a company I think I always wanted to, but I wasn't like a creator. And like you know, even though spike balls become as great, a company has I believe it is i. don't see myself ever becoming like a serial entrepreneur selling this and building another one selling going I, love this and I hope to be doing it for a long long time, but just having that freedom I think was what I really really wanted, and if that was going to come in the form of starting my own company great if it was GonNa, come in the form of something else great, but. Having that freedom, and that control was something that I wanted for a while. I just had no idea that. This would be. The form would show up in. So you have that idea kind of sitting on the shelf of ma'am. Wouldn't it be cool to do this one day? And like you said it just stayed as an idea for a long time. Can you identify a specific tipping point, or what was the thing that made? You say okay I'M GONNA reach out to legal advice and actually see if this could be possible. I need to go back and I'm sure I've got the emails, but I'm not sure if it was a bad day at the day job that I was just like I'm done I'm going to start looking into this or I don't remember exactly what the motivation was but I know in general, not a very patient person, a term that my team will hear me it's. It's spike ball. Say as you know I. Really don't like never-ending projects or just talking forever about things. It's like you know. I'd rather use to units of energy planning, and that eight units of energy doing I got a feeling I. You know just having enough conversations with you. Know the guys saying yeah. Wouldn't it be cool if we did this or that and? Enough of those, and I just lose my patience and my heart. I gotta go into action. Unless just start exploring. What's possible?
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"A stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having wishes to governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack at synagogues over the last year and a half or so starting with of course because they're not but there were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence was not in the Senate on but they are very deadly include in Jersey city where culture supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beatings and other other kinds of attacks the the New York Stock she's mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a class or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also that contacted you can kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California at Berkeley and now months we have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then the I've seen in my lifetime I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I looked into the matter in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their duty is invisibly whether that be by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually tell you tell that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think I did a
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"Still a stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having this is a governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack accident god over the last year and a half or so starting with of course the Pittsburgh massacre were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence would not as an adult but they are very deadly include in Jersey city were kosher supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beating the latter other kinds of attacks they did the orthodox Jews mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a glow or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also doc transaction in kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California absence Berg and our monthly have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then I'd seen in my lifetime and I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I love that that amount in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their Judaism visibly whether acting by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually Jody to that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think
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Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101
"The ad council she met him when he was just an up and coming singer now nancy sinatra the first wife of frank sinatra has died fox's gary bomb garten has the story nancy sinatra was the first of frank sinatra's four wives she was also the mother of sinatra's three children like her legendary husband the first mrs frank sinatra was also a native of new jersey they met on the jersey shore in one thousand nine hundred thirty four when sinatra was a relatively obscure singer they were married from nineteen thirty nine to nineteen fifty one and just days after their divorce sinatra married wife number two glamour girl ava gardner antsy sinatra senior dead at the age of one hundred and one gary von garten fox news well as of today there's legalize sports betting with an easy reach of new york city the betting now taking place at the jersey meadowlands home of football's giants and jets a supreme court ruling cleared the way for sports wagering outside of nevada and already some new yorkers are making the trek to bet on their favorite teams well there's a change for women in the navy as we hear from fox's rachel sutherland women in the navy can let their hair down ponytails and other hairstyles are now permitted changing a longstanding policy that had forbidden it sailor yeoman first class with toya jones made the announcement this past week emails sailors were dinner dress uniforms will be allowed to your hair in that falls below the collar shirts jackets and co many black women had asked for grooming standards to be changed the new policy also allows lock hairstyles in rope like strands in wider hair buns in washington rachel sutherland fox news startling discovery in egypt archaeologists have found a mummification workshop near the country's fame pyramid south south of cairo the also discovered a shaft uses an ancient burial place the site is twenty five hundred years old located in egypt's first capital i'm rocker starring fox news radio for heat and humidity for sears we head through the weekend afternoon readings expected to be in the nineties all the way into the start of our business week sunshine here this afternoon window ninety s partly cloudy tonight low seventies fix of clouds and sun hot and humid sunday widely scattered late afternoon or evening showers and storms possible tomorrow mid nineties tomorrow afternoon better chance to see some showers and storms monday and tuesday i'm ken boone from the weather channel for talkradio six eighty wcbs no there's water everywhere dad a pipe broke my carpet we need a plumber fast does plumbing we need somebody to clean up this water and runner ruder does water cleanup find a phone and all.