9 Burst results for "Ryan Kelsey"

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

06:51 min | 10 months ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"I'm not GonNa lie, and then there was also a scene where like there are some freshmen on the basketball team? One of them's name like rocket man I duNNo. Zach Ephron and Chad are just some casual hazing or they steeler close Outta, the locker room and run through the school and the boys like in towels. That's. Time does not endorse that, but yeah. Otherwise I'm like I. Don't I just need the five core characters and I don't need anyone else these movies yeah. They gave a lot of screen. Time to share pays assistant, and I did not care for that character one. Bit She sucked. Learn from your mistakes. Okay, another Lola! This is a huge one. This is also another like what you're. Is this obviously? This was done in two thousand eight, but that's still doesn't make it. Okay. Mrs Evans. If you watch the ending performance with everyone, they cut to Mr Mrs Evans in the theater and they're. She's fucking wearing a God damn bean de the Whitest woman alive is wearing a mindy and both of them are draped in what looks like traditional Indian cloth. Sorry exact, there's no contact. There's also no explanation online at after watching I did a lot of googling maybe google. Search I tried to get this very specific. Big couldn't find a single reasoning from anybody behind the scenes on that movie. What that choice was it literally? No sense no sense though it not only is offensive and cultural appropriation literally does not fit into the movie at all, so it's like what is going on because a lot of screen time in those efforts are not really a part of the movie all in this when they are. are a big part in the second movie, but there was literally no reason for if only whole family, the second one we talked about less episode cultural appropriation that whole families now canceled. Bear exactly Evans's also lowlights. There's two things when as you guys now I'm pretty researched based on his pot, and there are a couple of things that simply did not make sense that I feel like. Needs to be addressed the first. Is that the idea that Troy Bolton? Who's like you know big fish in a very small. Nice Albuquerque school the fact that he did not solicit juilliard in any way, and then out of about three point, seven million high school seniors in the United States of America while you really did research I did juilliard somehow fines Choi Bolton and his one musical that he did one time in high school and a talent show, perhaps at a resort and is like we are thinking about you is unbelievable. I took. Me There's literally millions of people that want to be earlier in the middle of frigging New Mexico. It makes zero sense, and then the other thing that did not check out was that when Gabriella goes to Stanford for that orientation? Welcome situation, and then she calls troy so for the record Berkeley or Stanford is in California and she calls him in New Mexico. So they should only be one hour apart. Time Zone Wise. And Gabriella is sitting in the sunshine on his bench in the middle of campus, and she calls troy, and he's sitting in his bedroom in the pitch black with late at night, and they're like chatting and emotionally connecting was like this. Bad Up, she's not on a Sunny California campus when he's in the middle of the night. You're right I. There's all correct flaw in logic and then one last little I, but this is a bit more depressing as that I don't know if I'm just jaded like twenty something now, but like looking at all these kids full a hope and thinking that their long distance relationship was going to last. I just got Kinda sad for all of them. Being like you know, I'm not sure that Troy Gabriella GonNa live happily ever after as. Maybe, when I was in high school. okay next category is what has age the best slash worst. Kate you go first okay so age, the best and worst week I do like a final fashion up some takeaways or poor Kelsey just never escaped the hats neither did Ryan. Kelsey is in. It's actually really bad. She's in kind of those Maybe a mile, cultural appropriation, as well where she's in the really long been, either like traditionally used I think to have dreadlocks in them, but Kelsey like little white girls, just like wearing them for fashions. That's maybe not great. Ryan and Ryan had some actually great looks. There's one last of him where he's in a fedora matching checked pink pants and then knee-length black boots and Ryan also is Ryan Furry? Shame but like he is wearing that wildcats. He's done. I know, but he's wearing outside of the basketball game. Did you catch that? It's a lifestyle. I'm sorry I'm sorry I respectfully. Also they paired Kelsey Ryan together a little bit like. Kind of testing it out in this movie and I was like okay. Can we not pretend that that whatever happened? Also want to that. Sharp pages never escaped fake hair in these movies. Her extensions in this movie are just egregious I didn't mind these as much as her wig. I one I leader, Benny. She did that. They approached it from the nape of the neck down, and not really on top of her head. Correct other to hairstyle choices that Kate don't start crying I. Know This was very upsetting for you to relive but I. Did this hairstyle so many times? There's the only thing I really knew how to do with my stick straight hair. My you take a little piece of the front section of your hair and you do. Simple. Braid not beautiful French braid, not a fish. Tila everyone knows how to do now. Literally just a braid, and you stick it across horizontally your head and you just stick a big clip in there. There's a lot of that in this movie, and then a lot of horizontal headbands, pushing down the bags at just rest like really ugly crown kind of, but it's on your forehead, not on the top of your head. Yeah, I said any outlined that this is triggering me because one time. It doesn't matter why I had to wear like crowd. What I'm asking you about leader. In like fifth grade, and I remember going to Clare's and I got like a headband and I was like. Here's what I'm GonNa do this better instead of CR. I wore the headband like right across horizontally above my I was like this is a crown. Great and I'm going. To Prom in prom scene, she didn't go to prime. It was like a hypothetical like movie dance musical Prom. But yeah, that really brought back a lot a member..

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"ryan kelsey" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Let's introduce the kiddos their names and ages again Caden five and kills the seven pretty little girls also thank you ready to go I love it all right this is good stuff house and every thing mid thirties yeah they did that they did that for you guys are heroes I'm so proud of it four hundred and two thousand dollars paid off in five years and ten months Megan one eighty to three twenty crag and Ryan Kelsey and Caton counted down let's zero debt free screen four three two one well done you guys very well done wow absolutely beautiful fabulously done life is good well that's how you do it man you wake up in your mid twenties and you say I don't want to have a house payment even and then by your mid thirties you don't it can be done that's amazing our question today comes from blinds dot com they have a one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee means even if you miss measure or pick the wrong color they'll remake your blinds for free you get free samples free shipping and with the new promos they run every month you'll save even more.

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"The kiddos their names and ages again Kate in five and kill see seven pretty little girls also thank you ready to go I love it all right this is good stuff house and every thing mid thirties yeah they did that they did that for you guys are heroes I'm so proud of it hundred and two thousand dollars paid off in five years and ten months Megan one eighty to three twenty Greg and Ryan Kelsey and Caton counted down let's hear it for you four three two one we I was very well done absolutely beautiful fabulessly done life is good well that's how you do it man you wake up in your mid twenties and you say I don't want to have a house payment even and then by your mid thirties you don't it can be done that's amazing our question today comes from blinds dot com there were one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee means even if you miss measure or picked the wrong color they'll remake your blinds for free you get free samples free shipping and with the new promos they run every month you'll save even more.

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"They're going to survive this time period without receiving options as you very well know Mike if we wanted to transition to talking about the eagles offense against the Falcons defense I mean the passing concepts wants Alshon Jeffery were gone. Ah they ran four concepts it was very simple and look and that's the first thing that we need to addressing it ties in nicely with what we've been saying while we're so good at this on the offensive side of the ball this game in no way against the Falcons is what the eagles want to be offensively. Alshon deshaun daughter being out not only impacted the eleven personnel but the twelve of personnel packages as well as they literally couldn't run twelve by impacted the toll bridge now what about personnel will Doug Peterson talk in his presser on Monday talking about all all the areas on his play call sheet that had to be scratched out and even said that twelve personnel and play action off twelve was going to be a big facet of the game plan that Kurt's a lot and it shows up in the numbers Eagles went from twelve play action passes from week one to just three in week two and three of those weren't under center with logger developing route concepts offer shotgun and speaking of Shotgun only four under center snaps all game. Three of them were in short yardage situations couple on sneaks and yet will primarily a shotgun nineteen eighty percent of their snaps last year came from shotgun but the inability to mix it up and dial up shot plays hurt them along with not having the guys that you'd want executing executing those shot plays so there's not a lot to go of here from a personal and scheme perspective from watching the game again with the Falcons. What are the eagles going to be able to learn from this game game with Deshaun and also out and then translated into next week. I think it's going to be better. I think they're going to have a better game plan coming into it rather than just scratching a bunch of stuff out and kind of freelancing and drawing it up in the dirt. Let's say let's do all of this basic stuff like he was basically they boiled it down to like the Josh mccown playbook when he was here for like three days. That's what it looked like to me or or am I wrong. I agree with that in a big way. What I think a I think a good way of characterizing. This is like from the frontside backside perspective effective in the sense that a lot of the eagles concepts are are are written up signs that at the at the snap you have a frontside backside read right and so on the front inside which is typically the three-man route side some sort of three concepts of snagging outspoken smashed divide whatever you want and hear what the Eagles love to do as they tag a lot a lot of these routes so Zakar it's as running you know the post but it can turn into an overall versus middle of the field open and they can turn into a corner post versus single high and it can turn into a a hitch Roberson alert. Let's right so there's like four options off this route for soccer. It's Toronto. He's GonNa make the defense wrong and they love to work off of these fronts. Icons of the hobbies option routes attached to them. Well guess what when you start lining up different players in different spots because of injury it's not nearly as easy to run those option routes in those those consummate Mary with each other because you have players in different positions running different ideas not knowing where to break off routes and they don't some of them didn't even know where to line up the replays were like socrates signaling traffic and telling Mac Collins to go do Mac Mac did not know where to line up right several plays which is kind of irritating because Mac. What were you doing last year when you couldn't play but anyway yeah so that's frontside backside. What you typically have is just ideas that are alerts. Ideas are just right if we get best and let's shoot with that in the sense of like all right and we're just GONNA run stabbed to the backside Stabs Eagles slot fake concept house. I receive a one step pitch slot. You know a a one yard four and then you run a nine route to the sideline obviously more space and after running out of the slot so that's stab on the backside or deals might run on the backside. Just you know ate step twelve step patch mountain run smashed in the back side again three-set hitching outside receiver and then a corner out from the inside receiver just basic concepts where all right and if we get covered too if we get split you'll safety safety. If you alert a blitz where it's going to take it you know you can take to the side. That backside services alert was where coursing lived in my opinion pain in the second half. It was simply. This is our basic stuff because you can you can interchange front these fronts and backs concepts right and so these concepts probably a a lot more familiar to the players who were lined up. There Carson knew he was going to have it consistently. He didn't have to worry about option routes breaking off the incorrect way his read of the defense being different than the receivers reading the defense not really understanding just how Mac Collins on are thinking twice ever. GonNa Break Off certain routes Nelson Galore filling the dish on Jacksonville just how he was going to run a a fifteen yard out the time he's going to be of course there's so many routes outside of players into the sideline and a lot of that's timing that's time that's that that's not great quarterback play. I was not very wide receiver play and some of it's unavoidable. These backside route concepts a little bit more common frequent measure predictable and accordingly there. There's not a Lotta Yak generated. There weren't many explosive plays so much. I intend stuff sean pick six yards you. They're attacked three separate first downplays that that were just like pirate the eagles just like listen get five zero down the field open up to the side of the defense was not on Mac Collins for eight yards to Sean. Jackson is an odd Zagros for seven yards macaroni for four yards and just let's. Let's let's get some positive yards manageable down situations and then as they did all night long ask ask Carson hero ball on lay down and and Carson very much did and look at look at what it also did to the running game not being able to run to personnel in week one on from twelve they had five yards per carry with a sixty percent success rate on first and ten in this game against the Falcons. They had one successful run out of seven. They average two two yards per carry in those situations. They were behind the sticks literally all day so there's no there's no help there. It's weird because the ranking didn't really change you. Could you couldn't use twelve but the running game didn't really change. They just couldn't execute so there was zero help from the run game in this game and Jordan Howard Oh is who he is and Mile Sanders right now and I think people are starting to realize our side of the argument on this when it comes to the development that he's going to need is is what he is right now and that's an undisciplined space player and then you also look at one of the match ups that really killed us in this game with Isaac Suv model what happens with a replacement level starter at left guard like Isaccea Malo when he goes toe to toe with an elite defensive tackle like Grady Jerry because he had trouble with jared processing listing speed before the snap just jumping things at the snap. The explosiveness out of his first step couldn't count room couldn't hold up CEO. Malo is removed CEO Malo. You're out of practice this Malla CEO Malo now. I'm not sure if that's right. God Gang it okay. I got a little bit backup. Sorry go ahead seventy seven out of seventy seven guards. It's created by PF in week two twenty five point two overall grade that my not because two sacks given up six eight pressures just okay so it's it's definitely Saint Malo. I looked it up on a major. I still don't understand how you said it differently than from what is that. I think I think correctly the entire same. All what say you say Sam Sam all Sam will say firstly Aaron Donald Fletcher Cox Chris Jones Grady Jarrett Kenny Clarke Work Right Geno Atkins Wrangham yet those your Rackham or Wyoming. I it goes Aaron Donald Fletcher Cox and then the rest are like and then I'm right there on the seals yeah right. It's like a mess. Grady Jarrett's amazing billy to get up to two so flow is coming towards Greg Jarrett for his ability to get to cross face against it and then get upfield. Free content is edible unbelievable godly but it's just it's it's really unbelievable special. Jerry yes so jared it just I mean almost single-handedly for the Falcons defense. Where a lot of players. I don't think Neil play that good. I don't I don't know Kevin. Neal's may not fully back for one. I thought meals a step slower than usually the Jones Greg. Jarrett played out of their minds. Everybody else was pretty intact. McKenna's bring a player but Jerry Jones alone almost beat the eagles offense handle especially when things became very predictable in very white bread and the Eagles by virtue of maybe perhaps the inability to run on play action and and a lack of twelve personnel just left same all on an island. I mean we're in the fourth quarter in a in a one possession game. Everybody knows what the Eagles need to do and it's just great jared sitting in the B- Gab right on top as example although there is no six-man protection. There was no slide there. I mean it's Jason Kelsey helping if he can but they were peppering the a gap trying to stick guys Ryan Kelsey space to to give jared for half second to beat out saying Mambo. Shell this there was a a second down. I was the it was the incomplete Nelson Igor touchdown where they just stuck a player in a gap right in front of Jason Kelsey used to hold for half second and then jared just slink all right bye-bye is accent model in a heartbeat. Yep garth beautiful wives Ebid. This is what it was for much of the second half was the falcons just finding ways to ensure they got Jarrett one against San Mateo and and there was no way the eagles could really help. I got a lot of questions about Saint Malo on twitter over the past couple days this comes back to where like I just simply don't have the film home the alternative for four quarters and it's really hard to evaluate offensive lineman accordingly and I think of when I have it all. It's you know you see the ugly plays where he got the three flags and he gets clean lean but like other than that just like is getting displacement like it's hard to tell. Ryan that in that tackle box when you don't have the end zone view and it's also I can tell you when he got flags what happened. It's hard to tell you why he's getting consistently unless you're able to get the angle you know see what's happening with his feet and see what's happening with his with his body positioning in his wait and see how Jarrett's it's coming at him so on and so forth my answer saying although it remains generally unchanged would like I would say like do not don't expect via guy using a lot degraded. Jarrett Ryan is number one in the college thing with Quinton Williams my every prospect that came up against Williams lost against Quinton Williams for the most part. Maybe what you do so I do think that there's that aspect to it same always the worst player on a really good line right and as I said before it makes it hard to exactly tell any as an evacuation vacuum what I what I can say is that Philadelphia needs to be more like when I was in for the twenty seven super bowl run needs to be more cognizant of his his weak point and willing to send help his way. You don't need Jason Calcium Brandon Brooks on Donald team when Isaac Sam Model is one on one against somebody you know what I mean like you ought to be able to find ways to align your backs. Such you're chipping to the the right size you can send. Calcio left side and you help protect Kumalo and I think once you're there and you're doing that with consistency and you're also being able to mix that up. Stay unpredictable which is a hard ask for those done it before and they've got a good off with language and Jeff Scotland then you're going to be fine but same although against top-flight Russia's such is Great Jerry to simply does not match up well past protection one on one. I thought he had really good week one game against a good interior Washington so little bit up and down from from Saint Malo we'll see we'll see we'll track address. Jefferson different cat master. It's free and we talked about it before. The show is he's fantastic. He's incredible so Abed. Have you been getting a before. We go to break your talk about the defense. Have you been getting a lot of the of the penalty talk. They're supposed black on the back on on the fifty four yards screen or not. I mean I I was. I was asked in the immediate wake about illegal man downfield. I didn't respond to that. It was within a yard. It was fine yeah and also like it's Leeann downfield. It's never ever happened if you when it called for the Falcons there and I thought when I really admire your goals twenty seventeen super bowl should redacted as we get a tic. TAC illegal men outfield back goes. Jason Kelsey was eight yards blocking people what he did. You're not gonNA hear me. Blaming arrests ticket type stuff so there's that and the other one the legal block in the background..

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"ryan kelsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of two species on the entire planet killer whales being the other where we have a third of a woman where she is healthy. He is wise. She is experienced and she is sterile. Dr. Tomorrow at four AM six four stimulating talk. AM six forty. Hey, everybody. It's all things food every single Saturday from two to four to five. Let's let's make three hours two to five right here. KFI your well-fed host Nielsen Vedro. How do you do Mokhele coming up at six then you have dark secret place with the Bryan suits, then coast to coast AM and Elizabeth Espinosa takes it over tomorrow at five in the morning. With Sunday mornings with double E. So no where. Let's do a little still a little new showy. News. All right. So there's this guy. His name's Ryan Kelsey. Sixteen years. He's been a male stripper. He's dressed as a frog. He's had like done the whole top hat, white gloves thing, I could see where that would be appealing. If if you're really into like the monopoly, man. Put on a sarong ones. We'll dancing around flaming Tiki torches. That's dangerous. Yeah. I mean. Got to be careful what I'm saying. He's had you know, war leather. Of course, like a cod piece. G string matching leather shoulder straps. All this stuff. Now, most recently, he's gone to the very well known Chippendales outfit. He works for Chippendales. Now, they've got the boat. I know shirt the tearaway slacks that business. You know, what he hasn't dressed as before? What? A bucket of chicken. A bucket of chicken. So Kelsey is not.

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"ryan kelsey" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Talk to me about. Educating our children. In the USA and knowledge of firearms. Or if you want to discuss minorities and their inexplicable. Fight against the second amendment when they should be the one supporting it. We've been talking about politicians and all these different things over the over the weeks, and it's never really hit close to home. We've been talking a lot about Nancy Pelosi and Dianne Feinstein and all those well, this just came across and this one hits close to home, and it hurts a little bit because it's a betrayal. There's no other way. You can look at it. Brian kelsey. Brian kelsey. He's a thirty first senatorial district what he represents here in Shelby county Bartlett Cordova east. Memphis Germantown in hickory hill. He's remember the Tennessee State Senate, we've familiar with the name rank Kelsey, many of us have voted for him. Well. It to route. He's cozying up with the Michael Bloomberg funded. Moms demand action on March sixth two thousand nineteen Kelsey use an Instagram to praise. The determination of the moms demand action. Members pushing gun control. What what's going on Brian? What's what's your? What's your thought? A what? What aid what assistant? There has has put this in your ear that this is a smart move. Explain this one. This is. Bloomberg's gun control group endorsed Kelsey in the two thousand eighteen election, which the apparently I didn't hear or read about that during during the elections. But apparently Bloomberg's gun control group has endorsed Kelsey in the past in two thousand thirteen the tenth amendment foundation warned Tennessee voters of Kelsey Kelsey is opposition to a Bill protecting gun owners against any federal scheme to register counts gate or tax firearms, ammunition, or accessories. The foundation reported that multiple people attending a hearing for the Bill said that Kelsey allegedly turned off fell Senator Stacey can't feels microphone to try to avoid counting camp. Feels gave vote in support of the Bill. So apparently, Brian Kelsey is that wolf and sheep's clothing. He's had support from Republicans for a long time. However, Mr. Kelsey, I would be concerned about your reelection. When you're talking about places, like Bartlett, Cordova Germantown. Pretty heavily Republican east. Memphis, pretty heavily Republican. I would maybe. A question that political move Mr. Kelsey, why would you support moms demand action? Why would you praise their determination on gun control? You know, it'd be really has someone from Brian's office call, but I know that's not going to have an either it's Saturday t the weekend off. So that's not going to happen. But maybe we'll be able to arrange something. But yeah, Ryan Kelsey supporting moms demand action. That's disappointing. Needless to say, we got phone call here on line one. We got Chris Chris you have some comments about what we've talked about today. I guess or Mr. kill we I would just like to point out that. Well, it's it's amazing to me. Oh, very kids that. You know, the ones that don't like us older people as we're not progressive. We're not like them. We don't, you know, follow their mantra. Right. It's funny to me. We were talking about them at work yesterday and saying, you know, these kids are not gonna be able to survive, no either out and actually have actually, you know, heard conversation than public, and, you know, some somebody said, well, what are you gonna do the apocalypse comes? I don't know. I worry about that later. I'll look it up on my cell phone. Mhm? So, you know, these ones that are out there. I mean, just basically the way I look at it. Mr. Kilby is if you're willing to thri your life skills for your ideological skills. Well, then you're going to leave in the long run. There will not be any cell phone. If you don't know how to skin a deer if you don't know how to put a hook on a on a line on a fishing line. And a lot of these kids. You know, you were talking about changing tires doing this doing that. Guess what some of them? They just don't know. How to do it clueless completely clueless? You're right. Chris. Clueless. You know, those man on the street interviews where they'll go to these colleges. You know, what are the three branches of congress? Oh, the three branches of the congress. You got the Conroy and the judicial and the executive. Wrong, right. So I mean. It is kinda funny. But at the same time, it's kind of sad very very people that they're against those of us who hold onto the constitution. And you know, one of us who treasurer our constitutional rights. You know, these kids have like you said, they have no idea and in the end they're gonna turn to us to take care of them. When everything goes wrong. We're going to be the ones to bail them out. Well. So clueless. They don't you know, they better understand that wait a minute. I'm on. It's been dehydrating my food. I'm on it's been storing up. Nonperishable foods and things like that. I'm the one storing up to five and because you chose that you had to have the latest smartest iphone instead of spending your food your money on food. Royal, thanks. Oh, man. I'm sorry. I got my family to feed right now. Of course, I am. I'm gonna help my neighbors. I'm not gonna let my neighbors co without and. So it's just it's such a weird situation. Really is Chris you're right. It is weird situation. And thanks for the call. Thanks for your insights enough calls back. Yes. Thank you very much. But yeah, Chris exactly right. We were we have this income generation or two coming up now of snowflakes and when it hits the fan. These poor snowflakes are gonna melt, and it's going to be an epic meltdown. Because there's so many of them out there who just don't get it there. So. Tied up so focused on on the things that don't matter on the things that will prove no worth whatsoever. Not just in the event of a catastrophe. But just down the road. When you're when when these twenty year olds are forty five years old looking back their life. They're going to wonder what in the world have I done. Yeah. They've got a big following on Facebook or Instagram or whatever. So so worthless, so useless, and it's so hard to it's so hard to make kids see that. Because they're so in it right now. It's it's everywhere. They're just there in the middle of just all around them. It's all over them. And you can't it's hard to get them out of it when they're exposed to it in a waist deep in all day long with their friends and society in Hollywood and everything that they see is just so all about that social media that and then they don't do anything else. They would know how to put a a worm on the hook let alone get the hook on the line. They wouldn't know how to kill a deer in skin and hunt for themselves. These don't understand any of this in-app taken to an extreme kind of a survivals mentality. But even even changing your tire changing the oil in your car. When's the last time? I don't know it. We're losing. We're losing. We're losing the generation. And there's we're coming up on a second generation that's about to be lost. Because the first generation the twentysomethings, unfortunately are going to start having kids, and they're gonna start following the same line as their parents with the the obsession with all that that doesn't matter. The obsession with the the stuff that. Is it isn't gonna make a difference? It doesn't make a difference now. And it's sure not gonna make a difference form twenty years down the road. And it's being. It's showing up in our culture the way we're losing this generation is showing up in our culture because they're the ones who think they've got together. They're the ones who they're making. All they're the ones who are in politics right now up and Cummings AOC's those types there, and we're reaping what we sown. By not raising our children, according to the basics of life. You know, we need to get back to the basics alive. And unfortunately, that means Facebook is not one of those basics Instagram is not one of those basics of life. It seemed like an insurmountable issue. A problem that America is up against of course, we didn't get here overnight. So we can't expect to get out of it overnight. It's been a a slow decline over several decades. And we're just now starting to really. Experienced some of it, and we're gonna reap a lot more of it in the years to come. Just be because the nature things. The people who are obsessed with all that. Is futile are going to be the ones leading our country leading our businesses leading our our school boards leading our local businesses are local governments. We're gonna start seeing that more and more. So. Thanks for that. Call. And and yes, you're exactly right. It's it's probably not the right approach to take. But that's one one motivating factor that we have with home schooling one motivating factor. We have with teaching our kids what we're teaching our kids is because we know number one. We're teaching them the important stuff. Not social media, not not Snapchat, Instagram. We're not teaching those things they have very little screen time within a week. You know, whether it be TV or their, ipads. I mean, very, very minimal. But what we kind of one thing it kind of motivates me is how much further ahead. Our children are going to be when they get into the workforce. They are going to stand out against all the millennials all the snowflakes who can't work who don't wanna work. Don't think they need to work our children. I pray will stand out against the backdrop of all this mediocrity of all this. Insignificance of all this uselessness that the other people in the workforce will exhibit that our boys will stand out as a as a light as of course, light in the darkness Salton Salton in the world. Right. We hope that our boys will stand out. In society because of the education, and because of the grounding, and because of the basics that they've been taught, and we're not the only ones there's there's there's families that we know all around who are doing the same thing who are motivated by the same things that they're. Completely against the way to today's kids are being raised with the importance of being stressed on. What is being placed on and we've got families and friends all around us who are doing the same thing. And we're, you know, we're raising up another generation and this next generation that these homeschool parents are raising up are you going to be a huge a huge factor. I feel in the world. In the next..

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"ryan kelsey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Noel king in Washington. DC good morning today. Russia's President Putin is holding his annual end of the year press conference. These are often marathon events with Putin taking reporters questions for hours on end. NPR's? Lucian Kim is in Moscow listening in good morning. Good morning. So what is the headline so far what has Putin and saying, well, it's hard to say exactly right now because his press conference is still going on these events usually cover really a lot of ground, but they do traditionally fall into two large areas foreign and domestic policy Putin is actually pretty bored by a domestic policy right now. There's not a lot to boast about and Russian journalists mainly want to know about things like the new sales tax starting in January about the lack of recycling and growing landfills, and why local communities still don't have natural gas. Even though Russia is such a big. Exporter of that. I guess one headline could be that. Putin says that one day he'll get remarried Putin's divorced, and he famously doesn't like to talk about his private life, but one tabloid journalists did put that question to it. Okay. Well, there you have it breaking news. So so you said President Putin likes to talk a lot about foreign policy. What is he said to that end today? Well, he was I asked about returning fears of a nuclear war sort of these Cold War fears have a returning, and he really used that as a chance to a sale the United States, he recalled at the Bush administration unilaterally withdrew from the anti-ballistic missile treaty. And now the Trump administration wants to leave the IMF treaty which bans medium range missiles, he said Russia is interested in keeping strategic parody. And he also sort of warned that Russia knows how to ensure its own security. He was asked if he wants to rule the world if that's maybe really his secret goal, and he pointed out, the US defense budget is seven hundred billion dollars and Russia's is considerably smaller than that. Well, let me ask you a we had a very big announcement from the White House yesterday. President Trump said the US will withdraw troops from Syria that caught a lot of people off guard in Washington, and it drew a fair amount of pushback. What has the response been in Moscow? Well, the response here in Moscow is actually a very welcoming President Putin's position has consistently been that the US presence in Syria is illegal and that it's the Russian forces who have been there since two thousand fifteen where they're legitimately because they were invited by the regime of Assad. Putin was asked about that. And he said he quote agreed with Donald that ISIS had been largely defeated. And he said it would be the right thing for the US to withdraw even though Russia hasn't observed any signs of that yet. What's also interesting is though that Putin praised the existing cooperation between the US and Russian military's in Syria designed to avoid any kind of inadvertent clashes, and he said he was very satisfied with that level of cooperation why did that come as a surprise? What was surprising to see the here? Putin actually, pray something he's usually is very critical of what the US is doing in Syria. There have been accusations in in Russia. The actually the US helped create ISIS and is somehow backing them. Okay. So those positive words sort of sort of notable this morning this afternoon where you are NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow, thanks so much. Thanks noel. Right house speaker Paul Ryan is getting ready to step aside from public life this week. Let's remember Ryan became a national leader for the GOP budget reformer set on cutting entitlements like social security and Medicare he launched his speakership on a promise to tackle deficits and rewrite the tax code. He is leaving Washington celebrating wins on taxes. But as his party is overseeing a ballooning deficit. Here's NPR's. Kelsey Snell in two thousand fifteen Paul Ryan was a self proclaimed budget wonk who reluctantly replaced. John bainer, a speaker ousted by conservatives who worried heat cut too, many big spending deals with Democrats Ryan took the job with a promise in a speech on the house floor that things would be different when he took over. We're not solving problems. We're adding to them. And I am not interested in laying blame we are not settling scores. We are wiping the slate clean. Ryan wanted to usher in an era of unity and big policy ideas for the GOP he wanted to cut the deficit and the Affordable Care Act slash regulations and taxes all while alleviating, poverty and growing the economy three years later nearly all of those goals fell short and Ryan is returning to the plea. He made in the first weeks on the job. Everyone does not need to agree on everything. Everyone doesn't need to disagree and everything either. All you need is enough. People of good faith willing to take up. An idea Ryan smoke this week in the grand hall of the library of congress as he did when he first became speaker in two thousand fifteen at the time he said he needed a Republican president to make that all happen. But he wasn't counting on that president being Donald Trump Ryan initially refused to endorse Trump. But once he became the party's nominee. Ryan told NBC's meet the press that he didn't have much of a choice, but to get on board. Imagine the speaker of the house not supporting the duly elected nominee of our party, therefore, creating a chasm in our party to split it in half. Which basically helps denies the White House and strong majorities in congress to was a partner for Ryan in parts of his quest. They both wanted to cut taxes grow the military and the ACA, but they never saw eye to eye on the tactics for getting that job done. And when it came to cutting spending on entitlement programs, like social security and Medicare Trump, wouldn't engage. I acknowledged. Plainly, the my emissions for entitlement reforms have outpaced the political reality, and I consider this our greatest unfinished business Ryan's plan to balance the budget by scaling back taxes and entitlements never happened. Instead federal revenues are down. Thanks to the tax cuts and social safety net programs continue to grow. So does the deficit which is on track to top one trillion dollars next year? But Ryan says he's leaving with his ideals intact by new one. I became speaker. I would become a polarizing figure it just comes with the territory. But the one thing I leave most proud of is that I like to think I in the same person. Now that I was when I arrived still many in his party have moved on. They lost forty seats and control of the house in the midterm election. And many of those who remain are closer than ever to the ideas of Trump not Ryan Kelsey Snell. NPR news the capitol. You're listening to morning edition on eighty nine point nine KCRW ahead on morning edition. Noel king talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts about how presidential friendships have affected political history and David green talks to Nick Offerman, one of the voices behind Twain's feast searching for America's loss foods in the footsteps of Samuel Clemens. Those stories coming up on morning edition. I'm Michael Silverglate burns. And Jim Gower talk about the sheer intelligence expressed in questioning mines, the letters of Davenport and Hugh Kenner, this may be a time. Now when these are rattling these could once again be read with a different way of looking at it, Edward emboldens, Jim Gilmore. Are with us on bookworm today at two pm? Now this from KCRW news, the midterm election has war disaster for Republicans in California. But it turns out they were pretty good for president Donald Trump's on wallet. KCRW's used Sassaman reports. The president can thank Republican congressional candidates for that between the candidates themselves and associated political action committees, California, Republicans spent more than a quarter million dollars at Trump properties during the mid terms that included everything from fundraisers at the president's DC hotel, two outings at the Trump National Golf course in Palos Verdes, according to the San Jose Mercury news, unlike past President Trump has refused to divest from his business or put it in a blind trust. The Trump organization is now controlled by the president sons watchdog groups and some pending lawsuits argue that's a conflict of interest. The spending shows that even in blue California Republican candidates are eager to associate themselves with Trump, Casey. Ws Daryl sets, man. Good morning. Jason Bentley coming up on morning becomes a collective. We've got new music from Jack white and his band the raconteurs. Also, new sounds for metric and recent.

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"ryan kelsey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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07:33 min | 2 years ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Newell king in Washington DC this morning. Russia's President Vladimir Putin is holding his annual end of the end of the year press conference. It's often a marathon event with Putin taking reporters questions for hours NPR's. Lucian Kim is in Moscow. He's been listening in good morning. Good morning. So how long is the news conference been going? So far. It's only gone on for about an hour and a half only. So we expect another two or three hours on this is his fourteenth press conference. And he set some records in the past already. All right. So what has stood out in the previous ninety minutes, so far well, these events traditionally fall into two large areas of foreign and domestic policy and Putin really bored by domestic policy and right now, there's not a whole lot he can boast about. So he started his press conference by just rattling off a barrage of figures to show how the economy is growing. Foreign reserves are growing and unemployment is going down. I think this was kind of a way to preempt really growing disillusionment in Russia in his government. They're trying to save money. They've raised the retirement age and beginning in January they're going to raise taxes as well. Listen is the president typically telling the truth when he says the economy is doing well like are is he fact checkable when he says he sings. Check checkable. I think he's using certain statistics which backup his position on. And there is there has been modest growth. I don't think anybody would really argue that one percent growth is really something to boast about. All right. So that is domestic policy. What does he said today about foreign policy? Well, he was asked about by actually by a reporter from Russian state television. How in the past people used to Warri during the Cold War people used to worry about nuclear war. And that this fear has returned. And he was asked directly about that. And putting used that kind of as a q. To assail the United States, he recalled that the Bush administration unilaterally withdrew from the anti-ballistic missile treaty. Back in two thousand and two. Now, the Trump administration wants to leave the IMF treaty which bans medium range missiles, and he said actually Russia's only interested in keeping strategic parody. And he also sort of said as a warning that Russia knows how to ensure its security Putin was on the foreign policy front. He was also asked about Russian nationals who are being held in U S prisons and putting specifically mentioned Maria Bruton, she's a Russian citizen who last week confessed to being an unregistered foreign agent in a plea deal in Washington court and putting basically reiterated the position that Russia considers the charges against her baseless. And he said specifically that she didn't have any government duties while she was in the United States. Yesterday. President Trump said the US is going to withdraw troops from Syria. Lot of pushback here over that announcement, what's the response been in Moscow? What Putin's position has consistently been that the US presence in Syria is illegal and was illegal from the from the very beginning. So obviously he welcomes this the official Russian position is that only Russian forces are legitimately in Syria because the regime of Cheryl Assad actually invited Russian forces there. So we're already getting a hint of the Russian reaction last night, a foreign ministry spokeswoman was on state TV and she said the US withdrawal, actually, kind of lays the groundwork and improves the prospects for a political settlement in Syria. Russia has also pushing pushing for that on its own terms and the head of the parliament's defence committee actually said that the US was withdrawing in order to save face since Russia was actually the country that had defeated ISIS and the US actually played a role in creating some big claims there. NPR's Lucian Kim in. Moscow. Thanks, listen. Get to talk to you. All right house speaker Paul Ryan is getting ready to step aside from public life this week. Let's remember Ryan became a national leader for the GOP as a budget reformer set on cutting entitlements like social security and Medicare he launched his speakership on a promise to tackle deficits and rewrite the tax code. He is leaving Washington celebrating wins on taxes. But as his party is overseeing a ballooning deficit. Here's NPR's. Kelsey Snell in two thousand fifteen Paul Ryan was a self proclaimed budget wonk who reluctantly replaced. John bainer. A speaker altered by conservatives who worried heat cut too, many big spending deals with Democrats Ryan took the job with a promise in a speech on the house floor that things would be different when he took over. We're not solving problems. We're adding to them. And I am not interested in laying blame we are not settling scores. We are wiping the slate clean. Ryan wanted to usher in an era of unity and big policy ideas. GOP he wanted to cut the deficit and the Affordable Care Act slash regulations in taxes all while alleviating, poverty and growing the economy three years later nearly all of those goals fell short and Ryan is returning to the plea. He made in the first weeks on the job. Everyone does not need to agree on everything. And everyone doesn't need to disagree and everything either. All you need is enough. People of good faith willing to take up. An idea. Ryan spoke this week in the grand hall of the library of congress as he did when he first became speaker in two thousand fifteen at the time he said he needed a Republican president to make that all happen. But he wasn't counting on that president being Donald Trump Ryan initially refused to endorse Trump. But once he became the party's nominee. Ryan told NBC's meet the press that he didn't have much of a choice, but to get on board. Imagine the speaker of the house not supporting the duly elected nominee of our party, therefore, creating a chasm in our party to split us in half. Which basically helps denies the White House and strong majorities in congress. Trump was a partner for Ryan in parts of his quest. They both wanted to cut taxes grow the military and end the ACA, but they never saw eye to eye on the tactics were getting that job done. And when it came to cutting spending on entitlement programs like social security. Medicare Trump wouldn't engage. I acknowledged plainly that my ambitions for entitlement reforms have outpaced the political reality, and I consider this our greatest unfinished business Ryan's plan to balance the budget by scaling back taxes and entitlements never happened. Instead federal revenues are down thanks to the tax cuts and social safety net programs continued to grow. So does the deficit which is on track to top one trillion dollars next year? But Ryan says he's leaving with his ideals intact. I knew when I became speaker. I would become a polarizing figure it just comes with the territory. But the one thing I leave most proud of is that I like to think I in the same person. Now that I was when I arrived still many in his party have moved on. They lost forty seats and control of the house in the midterm election. And many of those who remain are closer than ever to the ideas of Trump not Ryan Kelsey Snell. NPR news the capitol..

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"ryan kelsey" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"ryan kelsey" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Are all in they paid big money for gilmore now they traded the saints for brandin cooks so i was shocked look there rumors about a brandin cooks trade had been there and so this this and let s talk a lot about the fantasy implications i have been very open in saying i didn't believe that brandin cooks calais and anywhere in the nfl that would be a better situation in new orleans new orleans he was indoors for half his games drew brees is drew brees and you as a knowing what now if you had told me hey gonna ranked the spots he can landed a pry were to put new england green bay right at the top because of the quarterback situation that being said there outdoors you have malcolm mitchell rob ryan kelsey chris hogan did julian edelman and who ever comes out of the back field rather to burke added a lewis and white lucky spreads the ball around in my opinion brandin cooks is going to have some big games he's going to have some disappointing games yeah i'm i am my game plan right now so the after the trade happen i'm really thing about why would why would they make this move and i because brandin cooks does he the plays a good amount from the slot right hip but they already have a slot receiver julian edelman except julian edelman isn't the last year of his contract he's thirty years old the patriots are not the sentimental pike they will not keep your around just because of what you've done for the team if it's time to move on it's time to move on i don't know if that's what savvy would julian edelman but to me there was a put there's a possibility they brought brandin cooks in to be julian edelman's.

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