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"sam dole" Discussed on The Daily
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"sam dole" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Hey, everybody. It's Eric Potts in for Steve trevelise tonight. Sam dole on the glass producing the show. He's doing all the hard work. I'm just talking all the way. Shows not running without Sam. So thanks Sam. We're talking about things that you lost and miraculously found. That'll kicks off because of that ship down in stone harbor that washed up. I started looking at I remembered about the tracks washed up in Cape May railroad tracks right on the beach, which is kinda cool. I guess they use it for mining or something back then but the railroad tracks the got exposed by the wind and the sand blew off the tracks. And then now this ship down in in stone harbor, and the pictures, I saw her pretty cool. I love to go down and see it. I'm gonna have to might have to take a ride down there. And just check it out because that's the fascinates me. I'm fascinated by history. Anyway, just to find something like that. And then it got me thinking about things that were lost. And miraculously found we hear all the stories about people who go to to rummage sales or garage sales. And they they buy these picture frames because they love the frame, they hate the picture. They take the picture out of it. And what the guy he finds a copy like an original copy of the declaration of independence where millions of dollars. So that's that's crazy. That's miraculous. I think that somebody would find something like that. So what did you find? Did. You lose something. What did you find one eight hundred two eight three one zero one five we're going to carry this up to the nine o'clock hour, but I think in the nine o'clock hour, we're going to switch gears a little bit one of my favorite Christmas stories, obviously, I think it is my favorite story beyond Christmas at all was. The Christmas Carol, I love it. I just love the story about the redemption at the end. And I and I love the the ghost visit him and stuff and I was thinking about ghosts. And I was thinking I talk about goes. But then it really got me thinking about, you know, talking to people from the past and going back and finding out about the past. And I started thinking what if you could talk to anybody what if you were walking down a road and a street or up on a hill at a park or somewhere and there's a bench and you sat on the bench, and there's a sign that says you can ask anybody dead or alive. To come back here. But it has to be it can't be because everybody would want to talk of your parents passed away or something like that. So it can't be anybody in your family. It has to be somebody else. If you could talk to anybody and ask them one question who would it be? And what would that question be because I would think the dump some people would have some great hands. I mean, I I know with some of the typical hands we're gonna be and I'm not gonna say 'cause I don't wanna ruin them for anybody. I think me personally because I'm such a history buff that I'd problem, and I'm I'm really into the revolutionary war. I think I'd want to talk to George Washington. I'd want to I don't know what I'd buy ask them. That's not the question. Even thought of yet when I asked George Washington are your teeth real where they really wouldn't. You know, that would be the dumbest thing you could probably ask George Washington. I think I would be more interested in in crossing the Delaware. And what he was thinking about that that night when he crossed the Delaware. So if you could go back in time or you could sit on this bench and bring anybody they don't have to be dead that could be dead or alive. You have your choice of anybody outside of your family. Anybody that you could sit on that bench and ask a question of. And it can only be one question who would it be? And what would your question be something to think about we're going to do that in the nine o'clock hour, if you we still got a couple of a little bit more time you want to call and tell me about your miraculous find I told you guys about my high school ring. I don't even the sad thing is I think I still have it. It's probably somewhere in the house. I don't even know where that high school ring is now I have no clue. I mean, did I ever really wear it? I don't think I ever ward. I got it. I gave it to my girlfriend. She had it for a longest time. Then I threw it in the woods. And then it was gone for the longest time. And then I found it. I don't think I don't think I ever awarded thing. So it does anybody really where their high school ring though. I don't even know probably not. But I did I did miraculously find it about five years after I tossed it into the woods 'cause I was angry because I was a dump teenager and kicking around the leaves after I had searched, and I searched everywhere just like the. The guy who was shifted sifting through the sand looking for that that ring that he lost thousands of pounds of sandy said, I kick leaves move lease move logs. I looked everywhere that I could possibly think of and it was when I wasn't really looking when I was kicking leaves five years later there was so that was just dumb luck that I stumbled across it, and and found it so coming up in nine o'clock hour want you guys to think about this and call, you know, call up and let me know who is it that you would wanna talk to dead or alive. Other than your family. And you could ask them one question who would it be? And what would the question be coming up at the top of the hour. We got news and your calls coming up in the nine o'clock hour jersey. 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"sam dole" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Right right on schedule. Flu activity. Is wide widespread round the country in two states right now, we're experiencing exceptionally high levels of flu activity. You see how this works? Like, I said last week at Christmas rolls around the kids radical school every all these hundred and twelve million people travel here there everywhere, and they all pick up the bugs and bring him back to their home locales between Christmas and new year. And the kids go back to school like on January third or fourth whenever it is. They all start hacking and passing it around and come mid January whole damn country is sick. Now, they say right now, it's Colorado in Georgia. That are singled out for the high rates of flu. Like illness is being reported. Then you got New York City. And nine other states experiencing moderate activity. And how many million people are going to be in New York City this weekend, you know, to watch the ball drop all hanging out together. Louisiana had seen high rates of fluid late November numbers of actually dropped a bit in that state. The good news. They say is twenty eight states are experiencing minimal activity. As of December fifteenth. There have been a total of seven influenza associated pediatric deaths reported so far this season. The number of deaths. Are well below the threshold to call it an epidemic flu season generally runs October till April peaking between December and February. They do say this year's vaccine is apparently more defective than last year's version. Eighty thousand deaths. Streams last season supposedly were linked to the flu. So anyway, okay. That's great to hear Georgia and Kella a Colorado widespread actor my wife, just yet and her sister just left yesterday. Yes, we're at they're in Georgia to celebrate Christmas with her family. I told her when she left do me a favor. Don't bring the flew back with you. I don't want that. What's up lobster? Hello lobster. We did. We lose lobster. Okay. Let's try any. Hi. I'm wanted to comment about going to the movie on Christmas afternoon. I'm eighty three. I haven't been to a movie and over four years because I just can't stand him. But I saw the meal Clint Eastwood movie he put on and I was just dusted because it's just another example of showing disrespect to a white man here. The guy was. Ninety ninety five hollering drugs for the Mexican cartel. And the same was like Robin Hood, he was trying to make up for being a bad husband, a bad father to his daughter and granddaughter, and then he gave money to fix up the F and put his granddaughter through cosmetology school, but the scenes were just so disrespectful. And it's just another example of how Hollywood Hollywood. American people to disrupt and destroy our culture. But to do this to Clint Eastwood, I just. Our gusted with it. And the drug lords that got killed was Andy Garcia, and I would never have recognised has changed with. I didn't know who it was before handy. Put on a lot of weight just slopping around with that nasty dry same at that. Party and Mexico. I just it left a bad taste in my mouth. I hadn't seen the previews. I have not seen the movie like you said it's been awhile since I've been to the theater myself. Quick search says eighty seven percent who have seen them you'll liked it. Remember, it's a it's a movie and Clint Eastwood typically. Did did he write this movie that he's okay, he directed it? That's what I was going to say Clinton pretty much controls his own destiny. When it comes to making movies. Broke alone facing foreclosure on his business. This is the plot of the movie. Nine year old horticulturalist Earl stone is it goes by. Takes a job as a drug courier for the Mexican cartel. That's being played obviously by Clint. His immediate success leads to easy money. At a larger shipment. That soon draws the attention of the hard charging DA agent. I'm guessing that's the part played by Andy Garcia. I'm not sure. But when Earle's past mistakes start to weigh on his conscience, he has to make a choice. She must decide to right. Those wrongs before law enforcement and the cartel thugs. Catch up with him. Sounds like an interesting plot. Based supposedly on a true story. It's based on the civil cartels ninety year old drug mule. Played by. By Sam dole, Nick, I guess, it's okay. So based on a true story, right? All right about eight before the our toll-free, it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty-five we'll be back into ATM. Live.
"sam dole" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"But otherwise, we had a good talk about where the New York Times is going. He's really he's a really sharp a young, man. And he's I think he's quite serious about running the times as an independent operation as long as they can. Right. Cokie off for you kidding. Have you met me anyway? So that was why I asked the question did they take you off you You will will about about the the souls soul. burgers. They're in their DNA is a commitment to journalism and a great journalism, and they are I didn't get along. Well with his dad on a business. Just no. That they have you know, they have served this day. National treasure. They are I had lunch with Sam dole neck who's the one who's behind like the daily and some of the digital stuff the last week to which was great. And he's there just a really sharp ownership. I've been lucky in my life to be work. I obviously write a column for the times when I worked for the grams of family in at the Washington Post, and the another souls burgers here my contract with them in this case, I don't I'm not an employee of the New York Times. But I'm very lucky to have worked for two great families who really do care about journalism, and it's been a real privilege for me in that regard. So just going down tomorrow. Truth Marvin shankman, the publisher of cigar aficionado. You're the New York Times. I'm hanging out with the Robb report, man. No sorry. All right. Sustain from New York magazine, another great publisher..
"sam dole" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is. But man, he he's terrific in this thing at least in the in the trailer. He is. It's Clint Eastwood Bradley Cooper are in a drug drama called the mule. And I think from just watching the trailer. It's an older guy. Who's not a good, dad? He's not a good husband, and he's getting his house foreclosed on he's in his eighties. And he has one shot of being somebody and he gets into a major drug running syndicate. DA DA special agent. Geoff Moore who arrested Eighty-seven-year-old Leo sharp in twenty eleven and interviewed by New York Times regarding the investigation into the world's oldest and most prolific drug mule played by Clint Eastwood. So the rights to the article this Sinoloa cartels Ninety-year-old drug mule written by Sam dole. Nick. We're sold to imperative entertainment back in two four team. And they hired Ruben Fleischer to direct and produce the film, and it's in January twenty eighteen was revealed. Clint Eastwood would star the movie, and I believe it comes out next month or this month. But if you will we'll put the the link-up scheduled for release on December fourteenth. Two thousand eighteen so it's a Christmas release or Christmas.
"sam dole" Discussed on Caliphate
"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your be fifty two paci abra cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> <music> so could you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we've found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and shared them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy silica this this is from classical ted more tunnel those actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all the documents found in the briefcase right here is the ward's brigade this is basically the unit that deals will suicide bombers this is something that hulk found for me what about these these are the very first the very first set of comments that i found in a village outside of mozell omar khan comey of the how are you hello okay good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go documents and i wanna go make sure that they got on peace and say goodbye goodbye the documents goodbye documents well eric manny the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum ocoee and me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is lowest anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hendrix cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album molly hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela l to me nassir dotty moving shake custom holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while lead hussein jabbar yousef stella tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's shamali mohammed shot mahmoud james not a joe level derek flood michael barbaro in graham would
"sam dole" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Boys right so yeah the negative point system isn't fair unless there's a positive point system that counters that as your friend yes as as your fairy godfather i really think you should consider that you can't really punish without rewarding no i like this because even the rewards still work in my favor so this is still full win win win too i just realized how miserable it is to date sam dole listed the doors open could leave you know what i'm not saying we are dogs but i think we can be trae i noble to be on his better it's better to get this out now whether dating than when they get married and he's leaving the toilet seat up and you fall in every single night that i mean at the end of the day it is my apartment you know how come you don't have sex on monday because mama's tired usually on a monday kick with days of the week on it what if something happens and you decide you want to get it on monday if you could change my mind you're not the only one who uses a point system kirstin is with a tie care ston we need to call uncle johnny we miss him does he do a points this lady reminded me and you also have a point system with your husband yes i do we started it as just a reward system every time i love that he does something romantic or funny or cute he gets to point three points five points and he catches them and for special savers.
"sam dole" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"That you know his relationship with the press and the press is relationship with him was where i wanted to be and that's where the idea was born and then there were things for me sings on my desk obsessing over twitter to actually being able to turn on a camera january twentieth it had to happen but that's where it started so what was that conversation with the times like what were the questions they had for you to grant you this story access well there were many conversations i i reached out to a friend of mine who's a journalist at a writer for the new york times magazine that's where it started he said you know maybe who knows but he introduced me to sam dole nick who who's an assistant managing editor there who was kind of in charge of leading the times's charge into its digital potentially multimedia future he was working then on launching the daily their podcast and so i guess there was a desire to think outside the about how the times would reach people and even though we i was never pitching that was going to do this for the times i mean it's clearly an extension of their reporting so then he listened and you know he understood what filmmakers needed and he thought that maybe dean becca would be receptive and then i went to meet with the k which was you know pretty exciting and interesting and i was surprised i'd gotten that far and dean was kind of like i get it it's a good story do you already have in mind you're gonna follow for a year and do it episode or what were you pitching at that time i was kind of like what can i get you know what what will they put up with you know is it anywhere from you know the first one hundred days which would have been one kind of thing very different but one well which is basically what you see here but as i'm sure you know this is the first four episodes so this is just a quarter of the film it's just beginning but i also did feel.
"sam dole" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Five five seventeen seventy six our phone number there's a story in the new york times magazine which is extraordinary and i thought it was a joke when i looked at over initially but then you read it it's not a joke it's verified we've actually checked it out so real story about a guy named eric hager men hieaux and near gloucester ohio he lives on a pig farm he's a guy basically who dropped out of the corporate world and here's the the story is the new york times reports it is a very well written piece by reporter named sam dole nick any rights donald trump's victory shook him badly and so eric hager and develops his own eccentric experiment one that was part silent protest part coping mechanism part extreme self care plan he swore that he would avoid learning about anything that happened to america after november eight th two thousand sixteen he says it was crown draconian and complete it's not like i wanted to vampire and any photon of trump would turn to dust it was going to be for a few days but he is now more than a year into knowing almost nothing about american politics he has managed to become shockingly uninformed during one of the most eventful chapters in modern american history he is ignorant as a contemporary citizen could ever hope to be i know nothing james komi russia robert muller las vegas the travel ban alternative facts scaramucci parkland big nuclear buttons roy moore you could add to that stormy daniels he knows none of it to mr hager men life as a spoiler i just look at the weather said mr haberman fifty three who lives alone on a pig farm in southeastern ohio but is only occasionally diverting mr haberman commits as hard as a method actor and his selfimposed regimen white noise tapes at the coffee shop he frequents in other words he puts plugs in his ears so he doesn't overhear conversations about what's going on anybody else a ban on all social media a ban on television and radio of course it's reshaped much of his life extreme as it is it's a path that likely holds some appeal for liberals these days do it yourself version of moving to canada democrats liberals and left us have coped with the first year of trump's presidency in lots of ways some subsist on thin gruel of political cartoon shows and online impeachment petitions others dwell on line and a thrilling place where conspiracy is indistinguishable from truth others.
"sam dole" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Five five seventeen seventy six our phone number there's a story in the new york times magazine which is extraordinary and i thought it was a joke when i looked at over initially but then you read it it's not a joke it's verified we've actually checked it out real story about a guy named eric hager men you know hieaux and near gloucester ohio he lives on a pig farm he's a guy basically who dropped out of the corporate world and here's the the story is the new york times reports it very well written piece by a reporter named sam dole nick and he writes donald trump's victory shook him badly and so eric haberman develops his own eccentric experiment one that was part silent protest part coping mechanism part extreme self care plan he swore that he would avoid learning about anything that happened to america after november eight th two thousand sixteen he says it was the crown draconian incomplete it's not like i wanted to vampire and any photon of trump would turn me to dust it was going to be for a few days but he is now more than a year into knowing almost nothing about american politics he has managed to become shockingly uninformed during one of the most eventful champions in modern american history he is ignorant as a contemporary citizen could ever hope to be i know nothing james komi russia robert muller las vegas the travel ban alternative facts scaramucci parkland big nuclear buttons roy moore you could add to that stormy daniels he knows none of it to mr hager men life as a spoiler i just look at the weather said mr hager mun fifty three who lives alone on a pig farm in southeastern ohio but it is only occasionally diverting mr haberman commits as hard as a method actor and his self imposed regimen white noise tapes at the coffee shop he frequents in other words he puts plugs in his ears so he doesn't overhear conversations about what's going on any else a ban on all social media a ban on television and radio of course it's reshaped much of his life extreme as it is it's a path that likely holds some appeal for liberals these days i do it yourself version of moving to canada democrats liberals and left us have coped with the first year of trump's presidency in lots of ways some subsists on the thin gruel of political cartoon shows and online impeachment petitions others dwell on line and a thrilling place where conspiracy is indistinguishable from truth others.
"sam dole" Discussed on WLOB
"Rupaul of the if you're laura no no way out of goal if you own a live on where the show thank them of good neighbourly organ for us has gone sam dole g and and uk it was talking at all the survey rob home sweden a bargain loud maybe get here dr in the green zone henry of ours but it turned out there was verde keynesian come on dan i am lou dobbs jury selection halted in minnesota's lawsuit against three inc a california company claims are breakthrough in treating peanut allergies jury selection halted in state of minnesota's 5 billion dollar lawsuit against three inc the lawsuit over disposal of chemicals that allegedly contaminated groundwater three am denies any wrongdoing in the case economic reports due out today include updates on mortgage applications existing home sales and the economic output of the private sector despite having nineteen thousand users in that country googlers pulling out of morocco because of restrictions that it opposes the first treatment to prevent allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the market soon a california company will release results also of its testing which could give relief to millions of children allergic to peanuts those results to be released in a medical symposium in california next month please join me for lou dobbs tonight seven and eleven eastern on the fox business network this is the.
"sam dole" Discussed on WLOB
"Is very good if your car there you have no no way of solving them if you own a live on where the show tank of good neighbourly again for us as governor sam dole earnings you'll cables talking in vain route eighteen home sweden a guardian loud maybe drive in the green zone was slide in reverse but it turned out there was vacated than the code in paris adding things i'm laura don's the fed decision on interest rates today the renault nissan mitsubishi alayan says it's the world's number one car seller now on the economic calendar today the adp employment report pending home sales index and the federal open market committee concluding it's two day meeting the fed not expected to raise interest rates this marks the last meeting to be chaired by janet yellen before her term ends later this week she succeeded by jerome powell the alliance of carmakers renault nissan and mitsubishi saying it's the world's top automaker after selling ten point six million cars last year crediting growing demand for suvs and electric vehicles and the department of justice an sec are now investigating whether apple violated security laws concerning disclosures that had slowed older.
"sam dole" Discussed on WLOB
"And yet the democrats in this country of convince women that the only thing that really matters is your vagina and your ability to kill your baby in the womb and if that rightist taken from you then you are no longer equal think about that for a moment let that c can if you can't kill your child then you're no longer equal to a man that's the message these crazy liberal democrats have told women and unfortunately there's a whole held a lot of women who bought it seven fifty two wlob fm and am have ice police say a registered sex offender with agusta is taking pictures of young girls and posting them on the internet but he's not breaking any laws augusta police are investigating every complaint they get at this point if congress can't afford a government shutdown over immigration policy this week the most visible affected main would be the closure of acadia national park heating and housing assistance for the poor but also be vulnerable to disruption federal employees would not get paychex some civilian workers could be furloughed and there could be a delay in getting passports and do people nearly drowned thursday night after their snowmobile broke through the in belgrade it can you will caleb more dog meat in his seventy year old passenger joshua stevens went through the ice at the outlet of lawn pond wlob fm and am next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmtw it makes a partial sunshine today and for new highs in the mid thirties a few scattered clouds tonight lower 20s by morning sunshine and clouds mixed on saturday quite mild mid40s partly sunny sunday then mostly cloudy by late in the day we climb to the mid thirty's mostly cloudy here on monday from channel eight i'm chief meteorologist roger grice won't bring you maine's total weather yes and you're in your nowhere to go and the juliana live on where the show thank you brookhaven again for us as long as sam dole of god from from the uk it was talking on the sale for them sweden of dr drive in the green zone all sides libel in reverse it turned out there was making them come on i am dexter berry i live eleven casco for the last three years i work with ahmed staff who new england i am a personal support beshir list this work allow me to pursue my passion helping other people.
"sam dole" Discussed on WLOB
"The laura your known aware of golden given the if you own a live on where the show tank the number of good neighbor lincoln for us it though when you're bernie sanders sam dole gene water front kansas talking at all the cell phone route home sweden abroad maybe dr and do the green certainly you're satisfied henry of ours but it turned out there was vacated than the come on i'm lou dobbs are critical week for congress the nation's malls get makeovers and general motors goes to court a critical week for congress the house and senate expected to pass and send the president a huge tax reform plan to the president's desk by mid week then a critical spending bill that needs approval to avoid a partial government shutdown friday attorneys for general motors one a federal bankruptcy judge to toss a settlement that would require the company to pay a billion dollars the car owners in the faulty ignition case owners claimed gm walked away from a deal they had reached with a trust.
"sam dole" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Placed x the it's the uh the the place where mythbusters you shoot civil literally you are in the alameda um the docks i guess you called on this big and with not an airfield but it's like this that runway the runway that's what it is and as sounds like a aerial but it looks it's pack it looks like a big baz are and you can spend hours and hours there these are tissue they'd like the elephantlike eddie pronounce it babaar so did you buy anything ganic bought a bunch of stuff we we collect two things we collect vintage 1970s co dc comics glasses vintage glasses lyle licht the cancel the gas stations yes yeah because he'd collection of those eagleeyed she does like for example like she sam dole wants to them you try to some was number twenty bucks you pricefixing bucks you much because couple conflict i think the flea experience different now because of ebay thankfully ah there is no reception whatsoever in the flea market reception what do you mean like oh no saleh reception so you check all aren't going to be on ebay or or overlooking itself i think men like shrimp in tartars us and like drinks owner look look food directed out there with their the entire flu workers flanked by food trump so you can have your carl corn can walk around six if critics taken pitcher the things they're like if you're not going to buy so a lot of cool furniture you let let alike we're tinto always yes.
"sam dole" Discussed on WLOB
"Jason is of per day is jio you're known of building the yes case if you own a when we're the show thank you it's good for us jiang has gone his sam dole g whoa you can't who's talking almost sale phone rats all home cd of him dr in the green zone was slide i learned it turned out there was a season is come on i'm lou dobbs new housing data this week i preliminary approval for trump trademarks in indonesia and the last sand mine that's right sand mine in this country closes on a california beach we'll have the latest read out on housing this week the housing market index in housing starts the reports are release east indonesia's intellectual property agency giving preliminary approval to to donald trump trademarks a bit more than two years after the applications were filed the california coastal commission agreeing to shut down the lapis sam plant located on a remote beach in monterey county that closing will come and 2020 there's still a debate over whether they are operation has caused erosion in monterey bay whatever it will be the last sand mind to operate in the country one of ohio states most famous football stars has sued the university over a marketing programme chris spielman says it use athletes photos without their permission and robbed them of compensation please join me.
"sam dole" Discussed on PTI
"Not not the nba with the most of them except the lakers celtics bulls and a couple of is the change every week at that baseball you can count on the yankees into red sox and a call view rail against the nfl know when they make strict uniforms but not in baseball i agree with you on baseball baseball united seek the peaceful unions a hundred and ford is is is baseball's desperate attempt to be young to reach and coop degeneration at nobody understeer about sport players weekend to me sounds like it should be at an all inclusive sam dole's somewhere if i if i had a show on my shoes or my bad of someone intrinsically might jones know how coasts our cell patch what this this just weeks of desk esperance it's off and it's just going to be terrorists and you're going to say why is he where nadler coulda drives social media traffic stepped the entire world is about social media traffic let's take a break for coming up is the base wolves use a new study indicates yes and has kevin around right carry irving is better than allen iverson layers make you play time for the game that is almost insulting in its simplicity something or nothing let's get the first one from my carlos to cross the all right so he suffered sneaky follows sixty five in the opening round of the us open it aaron hill this is definitely something.