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"sam joe" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"We love you we have so much. Bud Light Seltzer here. It's the best. Go ahead my teachers. What Elon Musk goat of nerds? Someone say trendsetter the Nerd Community Occupy. Mars Occupy Mars. He had his first child and he named it. X A twelve twelve. Okay is that. What does that mean that means that he is setting a trend? I have no idea it's an do you think that they did like a middle name. Like frank know who knows he is twelve. It's a mathematical equation. Looks like it's not even it's named Steve Anyway. So that my point is that teachers are on the hot seat because this is going to start a trend amongst the nerd people community. Oh we don't even have to name our kids real names we can. We can just do symbols and codes and so imagine being a teacher and attendance sheet and being like Hey Sam Joe ex- ex- as well all right so two things one is. It's kind of the point named sue for nerds right like you name. Your Kid. This they're going to be a nerd because everyone's going to just be like Whoa. What is your fucking name was born in boarding is the exact opposite of what you just. No I know but I'm saying it's boy named sue for the nerve. Don't even know what it was. The Johnny Cash Song. He you know the song goes that he was named. Sue because the dad left when he was young and because his name was Su he had to fight all his life because everyone made fun of them and then one day he comes up and he sees his dad and they get a fight a bar fight as your tough son of a bitch is like you. Su- because I knew you'd have to fight right and it will be here so if you name you're kidding x a great wealth then that is going to make your kid not a nerd no honored. It's keeping the nerd community live because they won't be able to just be regular right so it's forcing them into being a nurse. So kind of is the opposite of soup is sue forced into being an Alpha right right. It's the boy named sue four. Gotcha so a dash twelve like Elon. Musk will will show up to a conference in twenty five years and a twelve will be like well. I actually think that you're wrong here here and here and you must be like. I know because I named you exit twelve. I gave you everything you need it. So what Exa e a twelve. It's almost like Elon. Musk did the good will hunting blackboard just for life just like named his kid that a mathematical equation and somebody's going to figure out where day. Yeah it's GonNa be like you on must disappear and then go on some mission to try and find him back and then twenty years later it's GonNa be like what's the passcode. Yes a twelve. I have a question I think. Just Python Code for CAN'T BELIEVE MY DAD had sex with my mom I have a question for everyone. Do you think someone has already named their child. Cove it yes. Yes it sounds like it's happening. Ain't it happened in India really. Yeah what about America? You think anyone's done it do you think someone's like. I don't really think it's a big deal and kind of a sick name probably. Yeah it's probably happened. I would say that. Somebody's probably orienting their kid x Ray. Thirteen who okay on a different planet. No here after hearing this name. I'm going to go one better than Eli. You on most definitely name. This kid thinking like You know when we have the battle of the galaxies. This is a name that will actually be able to be registered. Oh I got another hot seat. This just came across my radar by the way My second point which I lost Elon Musk actually bought a home. Which is now selling to make a school for him and his rich friends so those teachers are fine. He literally created a private school for so. It's a home school zone themselves to different places to home school. That's staffed by people. He hired her rallies teachers correct. Okay my other hotseat which I didn't have until one second ago is the chilies and Plainfield Massachusetts. Oh what happened are Boy Scott? Zolak just sent out a tweet. What he said whenever go get curbside. Pick up a Chili's and plane Ville. My wife has been sitting in parking lot for one hour and twenty minutes in a backed up order of. That's why I got. I was getting tagged to go. Small go to small places or pizza shop locally how `Bout Chili's is still delicious Scott and it's worth the wait. Yeah you can't rush greatness did somebody barge on Michelangelo and his painter. Sistine Chapel is. Okay can you hurry up? My wife wants to come in here and take a picture. How about if if you set something free and it was meant to be. Oh come back. set your. Chili's order free. It arrives. There was meant to be me. It sounds like Chili's is just doing too well financially. Everyone knows that the product is that. There's a wait for ships. On-deck Chiles has a similar situation. Like when all this happened like oil like they had too many chips to offload. We do the chips chips coming out your door. Yeah just went down there like we keep getting chips and no one's here to order free chips. I don't think so because they're too delicious. Yeah Free Rico. They're giving they probably give like free refills. If you order Chili's to go probably give you three. Three orders worth of chips offload. Yeah it's like you're getting a five guys ordered and they just fill up the bag with FRY's yes that's what they're doing at Chili's right now. Is that actually the best time to get chilly? Yes so Scott. I'm going to have to disagree with you secretary yes. He doesn't even follow us anymore because he's got always fall. Sixty nine people. He doesn't what he didn't fall me. Yeah he did follow me. And then he unfunny cycle cycles because it has to keep that sixty nine. Ten on the micro was the lads what happened. There was talk of a British guy singing the song like when we go back to the pub. It's a savage garden truly madly deeply. But it's like a British remake shelby. 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"sam joe" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"ALS drug work in study researchers say yes say the they're having some success with ALS research which is fantastic they are indeed you wonder I mean what how many years ago was the the ice bucket challenge and I know that right five six years ago a substantial amount of money for this and I you do wonder how much that came down that a privately held pharmaceutical company call them lex is releasing you know just outlines of this mid stage trial for right now but at any positive indication that it's working is is pretty huge for anyone that's been impacted by this yeah did you it's a it there's not that many patients that require the two sixteen thousand Americans right now so it's not a huge widespread it's not like a cancer cure for Alzheimer's care now but it's it's terrible for those families are intact all absolutely T. mobile and sprint they're they're trying to merge and well I tell ya the the amount of money being spent on attempting to merge is just mind boggling and I'm not a and the amount that they have to divest is tremendous Hey it did I come not sure the merger makes sense from an investor perspective I do yeah long term I I don't think that these companies should be allowed to merge I think it's anti competitive but in terms of their ability to compete with a TNT and Verizon at this point so you have three companies all charge the same because it right now he is going to rise basically the same aren't they I think so pretty much I mean T. mobile and sprint for really doing something to keep prices down they were offering him remember was it seven or eight years ago Verizon got rid of entirely there unlimited data package T. mobile as friends both of them jumped on the bandwagon said okay we're really offer unlimited data on like all of our plans for today a lot of business to business and rising change our minds on it you're not gonna have that anymore if T. mobile and sprint have the same coverage map and everything like that I just don't see it anymore right up next we'll be talking about vox media and why freelancers will be losing their jobs in the coming months Sam Joe McCann from seeking office joined the soul that's right that's right he's got a a stock to talk to us about and will let him take a victory lap on one of his pass right X. earlier this year.
"sam joe" Discussed on NFL Live
"With us. I'm Wendy next year with Josephine Anderson and Rob Ninkovic John a busy Thursday afternoon. We'll start with this Adam Gates in his first season as head head. Coach of the New York jets his record today to end seven nevertheless interesting time for a vote of confidence jet CEO. Christopher Johnston said yesterday Ah Adam gays will return for the two thousand twenty season here is the jets CEO. I want to ensure you there would be no changes changes in coaches Adam. How's the trust of this team as the trust Sam? Joe's trust he has my trust. He's a good man. He's a good coach. There is a lot of work to. There's a great deal of to everyone understands And we're just getting started. I feel really good good Memphis team moving forward anytime you get support from ownership the way that the staff Scott supported. The old has gone way. Obviously we wanted We got a lot of games are jobs improve this team and go out and try to win games every week. And he's with us through every step within our communication with him so he kind of knows what we've been trying to do how we're we're trying to fix things that are that are wrong so no to get his support for him to Kinda see what we're trying to do. It's that's an important step fluish. Well that was Adam Gatien course responding to the SAGA lineup. Was He trying to avoid eye. Contact Tech High. We're out here. Do you find that the timing at all interesting or Steve. Young made the point. Yesterday Robert was a good time to do it. So people stop asking the question. I mean it is a good time. Just say. Hey He's going to be here next year but look he's been there one year having hasn't been a great year for him but you know look overall head coaching record. He's about forty a two percent. When winning percentage he wins about forty two percent of the time? So you know. It doesn't look so great for him moving forward but look he's got the support Ownership they're going to give him one more year and I can guarantee that next year if they're in the same position that they're not going to be so lenient on giving him another year. So Oh you look at what. NFL coaches are nowadays. They have guaranteed contracts. I highly doubt they WanNa give him a nice contract and then just release him halfway through his I well it gets to be an expensive decision. Yeah and that's a really great point because ownership obviously is invested in their pick. They want their pick to look good exam. You know you don't WanNa WanNa give up on what you decided so quickly although that has happened to certain coaches inside right around the league. But you can't forget that even even when Todd Bowles was there that the jets were ten and six in their first season and it was really bad. Blow to this team to the supper loss against the Miami Dolphins and just some of the adversity city that they've gone through since Particularly when there's been a lot of expectations with Sam darnold presidents on that team. Well Yeah. He was brought in large part to work with a young quarterback to develop SAM. Darnold help him take the next step. What's interesting is that they share the same stadium with the giants are struggling as well? Now in this case Pat Shurmur is in his second year as a head coach. But look they're coming off the bye. They've lost six straight. What's the word around his future? Well Adam gays was asked recently just how secure he is in his job in one of the ways in which which he retorted. What's to say I'm built for this? Just projecting confidence which you would expect the head coach to do. But I would be remiss to mention that some of the reporters in New York noted that was kind of the same something that Ben mcadoo said three weeks before the giants got rid of him and and clearly this is not the adversity or excuse me what they were looking to results wise to be having right now coming off of in two years of What they endured under Ben mcadoo but the reality is promising as Daniel Jones has looked particularly when he's throwing the ball With with the return of Saquon this is not what they were looking for. They're still suffering losses even with saquon on the field. I mean he has not had over sixty five rushing yards in the last three times he played. Hey only had two one hundred rushing yard games. That was in the first two weeks Daniel Jones continues to have issues with the interceptions. Fumbles and things of what have you and it has has. It was altered in wins. And you can't neglect the fact that this is in New York and teams with that media pressure there as well. It won't stop. It's hard to perform with a rookie quarterback though in this in this league it's not they had veteran it didn't it didn't work out. He still there by the way. He's still there. But look in this league. It's hard for a young quarterback to come in and be successful and I just think that we're witnessing growing pains of a young quarterback trying to figure his way Out through a hard schedule last year at this time he was done you know now. He's about halfway through so I mean it's it's a lot more difficult. I agree with you. Rob The only issue of course with the New York giants dances. They've had a lot of these same problems whether it was a long-term veteran quarterback or a yet stroup Such a great point. And so then you start to have to ask other kinds of questions but there are plenty of questions tonight when we go week. Eleven because this is a pivotal game the steelers have owned the browns going seven one in their last eight meetings. They haven't lost to them since two thousand fourteen and since making the trade for Minka Fitzpatrick well has it worked. The steelers have allowed the third points per game and if forced nfl high twenty four turnovers. The browns are looking for back to back wins for the first time this season they currently have just a twelve percent chance to make the playoffs according to ESPN's FBI that will drop significantly. Should they come up short against Pittsburgh tonight we will welcome in our ESPN senior NFL writer. Jeremy Fowler he is in Cleveland Evelyn and his covered the beat for both the steelers and the browns at points during his career Pittsburgh Winning Games Jeremy Despite ranking twenty eighth in total offense. What is Pittsburgh doing to attack this particular Cleveland team? Wendy Young quarterback Mason Rudolph is trying to find that balance between being aggressive passive downfield and simply managing the game for a really good steelers defense. Now I call it. Rudolf coming out of the steelers building. This week in Pittsburgh he was the last guy to leave. It was late after a long day. A game planning. He told me that balance is a process but he feels really confident about the game plan to night and don't be surprised if they sprinkle in a little no huddle offense. Rudolph was comfortable with that coming out of college. They always have it in the playbook. They had it for Big Ben. They could utilize it for Rudolph tonight. Depending on the pace of the game the browns are looking for enough to go deep on them. I spoke with Linebacker Joe Sherbert. He told me that they watched every down that Ram steelers game and on most Rudolph's first reads he was looking intermediate idiot too deep so they don't WanNa get beat down field but let's be honest. The steelers need to run the ball. One point six yards per carry last week. Not Going to get it done. I'm told James Caan on. His return does not have any sort of pitch count so he has a good chance that I to resume his lead back duties what better way Wendy to dictate the pace in a bitterly cold senior north matchup than to pound the ruck. Run that rock. Jeremy that's exactly what I was GONNA say and it will be chilly. Stay warm thank you. What do you see rob? Or what. Have you seen seen from Mason Rudolph. He's he's got eleven touchdowns on the year. Four interceptions ninety three ninety three quarterback rating. So that doesn't necessarily show the whole picture. You're the receiving corps they have had seventeen drop passes this season and six of those were fumbled just on the receiver so to instill more confidence for for your quarterback the receiving core. They need to do a better job of protecting the football. And last week in the fourth quarter they had a tremendous sixteen play drive and it will feel okay. They need to just continue to move the football. They need to be a little bit better than running game. One point five yards carries not gonna cut it so having connor back if they can average three yards a carry just three yards a little bit more a little bit more. You make the down and distance is more manageable for your quarterback so instead of having to go third nine you have thirty third and five thousand six hundred seventy a little bit more manageable so I would think just having that young quarterback there's no starter that's GonNa come in you know he's in for the rest of the season now. Rothlisberger is not coming back so I just think that having the confidence of his receiving corps and keeping drives alive not going three and out last week. There was a lot of three and outs in that game so just moving. Before for this game I think having moving the sticks continuing to run the football and establishing the running game early they have a great offensive line so they need to do that early in this game. Well and that's exactly what the browns I'd like to slow down right. They don't want them running ball and they don't want you know that that that would be their intention from the outset. I would think Georgia. Yeah I mean I was at the game where the browns just played the bills last week and they didn't have Olivier Vernon for that game and they won't again tonight against the steelers in a critical match up in the Division that they have to win. Keep their postseason hopes alive but what was good for the browns and the back end of their defense was the play of Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams that actually have they're both starting corners. They missed for about four games during the season. Then you see that they were able to make some plays along with Randal. Morgan Burnett really help out the fact that they were missing such a big presence upfront and that really help them to make some big plays so I still feel like that was an encouraging. Sign that they you know. Slow down that bills off. Think Josh Allen didn't get that second touchdown until the second half and perhaps that they can have a surprise performance even in the absence of Olivier Vernon tonight as well well these two teams will play twice in the next three weeks so I said twelve percent chance for Cleveland to make the playoffs CBS. Look it's still possible. Because of their divisional games they still have going down the stretch but they need a win tonight. They really do. So we'll see. Let's take a look at the modell gold gold standard stat. Pittsburgh is thirty three six one against Cleveland. Since the Brown returned to the League in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine the best win percentage by one team against another in the last twenty years the Dallas cowboys struggles outside of the NFC east continued. Last week they fell to the Vikings Twenty eight twenty four and the most frustrating training aspect of the game. Dallas threw away an outstanding performance by Dak Prescott. Who finished twenty eight forty six for three hundred ninety seven yards three touchdowns an interception here is water? Whitmore Wendy as you know Jason. Garrett believed to be coaching for his job. And here's a problem that he has to resolve a prominent issue the reflects Poorly Garrett and his coaching staff. The first quarter is the one in which the cowboys have scored the fewest number of points and allowed the most. They seem equally unprepared to start. Start Games on both sides of the ball. The cowboys have been outscored. Fifty five to thirty seven in the first quarter of this season. That's the only quarter in which her opponents have outscored them in the issue. You seem to revolve around a slow starting offense. When did the cowboys offense ranked sixth overall in scoring but just eighteenth and first quarter points? That trend a major factor in the cowboys trillion halftime four times this season and losing each of those games at thank you. The cowboys have played third easiest schedule so far. But they've struggled against against teams who are five hundred or better going two and three while they have taken care of business against teams below five hundred three and one in those games they do currently really hold the tiebreaker over the eagles to lead the NFC's but look this is a cowboys team built to win a championship. Not just to make the party. We know that and and Jerry Jones.
New York Jets head coach Adam Gase responds to support
"Adam Gates in his first season as head head. Coach of the New York jets his record today to end seven nevertheless interesting time for a vote of confidence jet CEO. Christopher Johnston said yesterday Ah Adam gays will return for the two thousand twenty season here is the jets CEO. I want to ensure you there would be no changes changes in coaches Adam. How's the trust of this team as the trust Sam? Joe's trust he has my trust. He's a good man. He's a good coach. There is a lot of work to. There's a great deal of to everyone understands And we're just getting started. I feel really good good Memphis team moving forward anytime you get support from ownership the way that the staff Scott supported. The old has gone way. Obviously we wanted We got a lot of games are jobs improve this team and go out and try to win games every week. And he's with us through every step within our communication with him so he kind of knows what we've been trying to do how we're we're trying to fix things that are that are wrong so no to get his support for him to Kinda see what we're trying to do. It's that's an important step fluish. Well that was Adam Gatien course responding to the SAGA lineup. Was He trying to avoid eye. Contact Tech High. We're out here. Do you find that the timing at all interesting or Steve. Young made the point. Yesterday Robert was a good time to do it. So people stop asking the question. I mean it is a good time. Just say. Hey He's going to be here next year but look he's been there one year having hasn't been a great year for him but you know look overall head coaching record. He's about forty a two percent. When winning percentage he wins about forty two percent of the time? So you know. It doesn't look so great for him moving forward but look he's got the support Ownership they're going to give him one more year and I can guarantee that next year if they're in the same position that they're not going to be so lenient on giving him another year. So Oh you look at what. NFL coaches are nowadays. They have guaranteed contracts. I highly doubt they WanNa give him a nice contract and then just release him halfway through his I well it gets to be an expensive decision. Yeah and that's a really great point because ownership obviously is invested in their pick. They want their pick to look good exam. You know you don't WanNa WanNa give up on what you decided so quickly although that has happened to certain coaches inside right around the league. But you can't forget that even even when Todd Bowles was there that the jets were ten and six in their first season and it was really bad. Blow to this team to the supper loss against the Miami Dolphins and just some of the adversity city that they've gone through since Particularly when there's been a lot of expectations with Sam darnold presidents on that team. Well Yeah. He was brought in large part to work with a young quarterback to develop SAM. Darnold help him take the next step. What's interesting is that they share the same stadium with the giants are struggling as well? Now in this case Pat Shurmur is in his second year as a head coach. But look they're coming off the bye. They've lost six straight. What's the word around his future? Well Adam gays was asked recently just how secure he is in his job in one of the ways in which which he retorted. What's to say I'm built for this? Just projecting confidence which you would expect the head coach to do. But I would be remiss to mention that some of the reporters in New York noted that was kind of the same something that Ben mcadoo said three weeks before the giants got rid of him and and clearly this is not the adversity or excuse me what they were looking to results wise to be having right now coming off of in two years of What they endured under Ben mcadoo but the reality is promising as Daniel Jones has looked particularly when he's throwing the ball With with the return of Saquon this is not what they were looking for. They're still suffering losses even with saquon on the field. I mean he has not had over sixty five rushing yards in the last three times he played. Hey only had two one hundred rushing yard games. That was in the first two weeks Daniel Jones continues to have issues with the interceptions. Fumbles and things of what have you and it has has. It was altered in wins. And you can't neglect the fact that this is in New York and teams with that media pressure there as well. It won't stop. It's hard to perform with a rookie quarterback though in this in this league it's not they had veteran it didn't it didn't work out. He still there by the way. He's still there. But look in this league. It's hard for a young quarterback to come in and be successful and I just think that we're witnessing growing pains of a young quarterback trying to figure his way Out through a hard schedule last year at this time he was done you know now. He's about halfway through so I mean it's it's a lot more difficult. I agree with you. Rob The only issue of course with the New York giants dances. They've had a lot of these same problems whether it was a long-term veteran quarterback or a yet stroup Such a great point. And so then you start to have to ask other kinds of questions
"sam joe" Discussed on Science... sort of
"Look on the stage ten screen it just assim joined. Have you admitted him yeah. I tried to Adam. I hear you Sam I Feliu that was me all me man Sammy now. I can't hear you actually did put on clothes because he put on your side sort of shirt night. Did that's pretty where you actually not wearing a shirt or did you just chain shirts. I was not wearing shirt. Apparently there's a giant pink button that I needed to hit to actually like push your addition to the feed to the lifespan. Thanks how's it go man. All Joe Meet Sam Sam Michio. Hi Sam Nice to meet you. Hello Sam introduce yourself to people listening because you're part of the show now okay one line into sam hi Sam Listener. I am a patron well Sam Joe was just about the read a question n- from a person wrote in and I think it's question you can actually answer as well and it's something that I think other co hosts on the show talked about before so it's really cool to have to New People on to talk about this particular question so joe. Take it away all right so I have an email from Richard M so Richard Rights Paleo Pals. I need some assistance and advice. I'm about to start transitioning out of the United States Navy and now actually have to figure out what I want to do. When I grow up I joined thing the <hes> use the Fox News? I was in to decide what I wanted to go to college for but I'm still mostly at a loss. I've been a fan of science sort of stints before the navy and I've always loved sciences of all kinds therein lies my problem. I think I wanted to enter a science field but they are all too interesting to decide on anyone. I don't think I've taken a science class. I didn't enjoy whether it was cold hard method chemistry or the excitement of pleading and studying bacteria in microbiology. I've also done a fair bit of research into space related sciences sciences and always leave with more questions a greater thirst for knowledge than I came in with ultimately I probably just need to make a decision and get into a program and run with it and see if I like it to make this easier. I was hoping you could explain what made you choose the disciplines that you did and how you selected what school to attend I appreciate any in all feedback and I apologize. If I missed an episode where you've already gone through your superhero origin stories. Thanks pals respectfully Richard. M Tinker Yeah. Is that what some say because they don't have a lot of time because our submarine. I think a lot of people just say the are never seen it before my life other than virtual reality really yeah. That's what it needs. I think this is our first sub mariner our email. I mean maybe just pretty cool well. At least the first identified sub Mariner. Maybe secrets emailing us for a long time right right so Richard. That's a great question. Thanks for your service in the navy. I've never I've been in the summer. I don't think I am scuba diver. You can go into submarine in Baltimore but you don't get to like dive well. No I WANNA be in a situation where I have to run from the back of a submarine to the Front of the submarine to get his die faster star. That's the thing right I mean. You're probably not gonNA affected more than the whole crew. Does it yeah I'm pretty sure that was the thing at least in olden days I mean I'm pretty sure the planes can react that pretty easily these days and the the ballast i. I'm pretty sure that this was the thing submariners having to run back and forth around the boat because it's not a ship when it's a submarine I know that yeah it doesn't carry other boats unless it does because some submarines do carry other than the movie still considered didn't even makes sense submarine submarines are definitely referred to as boats..
"sam joe" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"Boxing, and combat sports battles describes itself as a combat sports giorno with a fresh issue out in the new stance. I spoke to the founder and editor of battles Steve, Bill. So yet martial arts is a truly global phenomenon. It is a coarser oldest sport in the world y-, you could say the boxing and wrestling were in the earliest Olympics in one form or another. And I think at the moment, one of the reasons why so popular is it's always had this very aspirational quality combat sports. Whether that's in terms of the people that pick up on the stock Crecy in Victorian times were huge sport is boxing in terms of Easter marks Popper. I pay Eve's Klein, the artist was one of the first ever European black belts in Judah. You. Jio from Brazil, and Brazilian Jiu jitsu is a phenomenon there. And that originally came down from the stalk, Crecy was, well, when it was told to them by Japanese immigrants as she before we go down too much, but note. Oh. Everything. And I think as well, there are certain sports, that one can look really good doing the off very difficult to learn. I'm surfing is probably the classic other example, and that in turn makes them very aspirational as well, and to do a spoiler boxing, or martial is you have to be dedicated when people start doing boxing martial arts, the first things they say is, I'm quite surprised by the other people in my 'cause they don't seem nearly as boneheaded as I thought they might be. And you kind of have to be a bit of a nerd to be good at boxing or martial, see so difficult, and it takes so much dedication. And I think that's why as well at the moment culturally it runs tandem with self improvement in general, not just self-improvement through fitness, or nutrition poll conditioning, but also mentally to there are big trends, getting anecdotal now but, you know, the jug Rogan podcast where a lot of. New thinking purse to payers, but people will be on Giradi for their own Sam Harris sore Sam Joe Rogan is, is the number one key commentator for the ultimate fighting championship. So there's a very interesting almost but marshalls is purely Myo by any stretch of the imagination. But twenty years ago we were talking about in my crisis. And now we see men being a lot fitter. We see mental a lot more about mental health. We see men examining new ideas. So Secondly license, and I think that the explosion in mixed martial arts and combat sports has played upon them and tell us more about the title. I have here issue, front of me. So how's the process of launching this magazine, were you, always a fan of boxing, because I know you have a loan career in print journalism. You've worked at the face and many other publications as well. Yeah. I mean, I try and make martial arts. Of it. Lot Napoleon dynamite in the movie, but I got to a much more authentic Jin than him, the clinic in and I, I started when I was rushing four arena magazine, which was the men's magazine by the publishers of the face. A title is much missed. And I was, you know, in every men's magazine women's magazine, as well as somebody has pictures of them doing doing gonzo journalism, I was that guy. And I researched a feature about how divorced modern men are from the physical south, and as part of that I started learning g condone the martial art with a very venerable trying to brain, and I absolutely loved it. And I stock at offer in the feature m- most of the time, you probably know journeys want. So if you're in the feature about something you don't wanna hear about it, every deep dive into that. Whereas marshalls are we wanted to stick, and I was doing LaRussa fashion coverage at arena? I also went to be the priority of FHM and during the. At time, I was sort of allowed to do all this mixed martial arts coverage to keep me happy. And that indeed in mazer meeting all the people can sell it. So Dana wide from the USA, and I eventually went and editorial fighters only which is based in Newcastle and did that for a while. So yet, I am a terrible mixed martial arts. I love boxing as well. Probably more on the sort of participatring level identifies much about the sport of boxing. I couldn't no down boxing, Cozma. So I could about mixed martial arts, but often boxing's Spall mix losses sports seen as being loggerheads. Whereas actually, if you're participating if you training than they cross over an awful lot more. And as a magazine were heavily into participation from the people that the team stakeholders wherever you want to call my several people would say they've had their lives. Saved in one way or another by combat spawns. So, yes, I do try not very well, but avidly. To be better. I had a few. I tried a few times, boxing after say, if you quite good after even if you're total beginning but maybe I should. Well, this sounds a bit bunks when you think about all sports is to simulate fighting. So ago finding itself is gonna be better for you and even more outing. What is the connection with fashion here that idea look at your website or some, you know, lovely boxing close as well? The magazine is Paul of ace or three hundred sixty degree brand project to introduce high production values to the combat sports space. So here we have a sports with this amazing, heritage that are practiced by all kinds of people often quite cognitive people. Surprising call people, and there are certain areas that are not being serviced, especially while some Ariza service amazing. Well, for example, the actual reporting on the sports, which is done in American way. Whether you know, the American journalism standards are so high is done impeccably. Well, makes martial arts in particular is one of those things may be a little under efforts. Rented in the mainstream major over at present on the internet. So we wanted to make a piece of mainstream meter in the sense, it's a magazine and it uses established contributors as well as the best people from specially sector themselves and present the sports and this history and its Nabila and grandeur in a way that it deserved. It looks beautiful. 'cause, you know, I have to be on his from other magazines the talk about boxing everything. They have a specific look. I'm not criticizing than in any way or form. But this does look quite beautiful amazing photography. And I it's not like busy, too busy on the page as well. You know what I mean? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. I mean I worked in I worked in super mainstream magazines and I've worked in super edgy magazines. And I think both of got their place. One of my favorite was the beastie boys magazine grand Royal where. They used mainstream layouts to, to do an edgy publication by. We're getting off topic. So, but we knew that, that was tons of fantastic togue raphia out there. I mean, there are magnum founders represented in those pages. And we knew that there were some amazing photographer's light nil Bedford and Finley McCoy who we've used in that taught Craig Benard, who just won the days of used Brexit, photography competition. We knew that they were out that and they wanted to work in this sector but because they love it's, it's that pass time. And so we wanted to draw those people intimate, the new content and reprint some of the fantastic existing don't use content against dread word, isn't it photography. Those out that already. So, for example, what we've used some photos from Peter Angelos, Simon's, fighters heaven, protect dumb, with Muhammed Ali, think nineteen seventy-one on Okasha, which we use that to illustrate a feature about a new jazz concept. L pay inspired by married, all these fighting style, which has been written by sun. Roz trombone, est, sir, I think I'll go pretty much sums up the kind of thing that's within the pages. There was still Bill from battles magazine..
"sam joe" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Hello Sam Joe. How are you? I'm doing. All right. And I noticed that you wrote about trout, I have not yet read your article, but this is much like just re tweeting an article that you haven't read because you know, it's going to be good. I am bringing this up to bender without knowing what you wrote it's just an automatic. So tell me about your mic chat article. Well, this is less about might trout than it's about like say goose Goslin. This is an article about the hall of famers that might trout passed this month he passed in career war. I should say we. We all know he has passed hall of famers before. And that is has introduced us to a whole new light kinda genre of Mike trout, fun fact, but you know, he's still passing hall of famers. And I think Jay Jeffey wrote last year that he had passed like the the median centerfield hall of Famer already or the average for hall of fame center fielders already. So. Yeah, that sounds right. And you know, it used to be that you could say, oh, well, he's passed at some point. You could have said any number between one and whatever it is now. But you'd be like, oh, well, he's passed seventeen hall of famers. I actually remember the first time he passed a hall of Famer, I believe I tweeted it shortly after but it was like like Bruce suitor. Yeah. And it was only in it was only in warp. It was only in one of the three then. So then he started passing position player hall of famers. But but it'd be like the veterans committee guys who who weren't very good. And then it'd be like, you know, the lower tier guys who are famous and well known but have been held up as like, yeah. Can you believe that you know, like, Jim rice? For instance, Tony Perez are are in the hall of fame, they're famous and they're good. But they're also kind of the lower threshold. But now, you can you can genuinely be like he's passed like he passed Ernie banks guzzles here or goose Goslin. And so so the this got me thinking, there's something about saying might trout has passed ex some hall of Famer that you say it because you want to be like, you know, check out check out Mike trout, but in the way that it used to be like he passed Orlando Cepeda. It was kind of like, oh, I yeah. Orlando cepeda. Wow. He was lower than I thought. Now, it's not that. And so you have to kinda you have to kind of make sure that people understand how good goose Goslin was and a long way of saying that the idea of this month's peace, and maybe other months, we'll see if people like this one the hope is that will do this every month is that this will be basically, a Mike trout, fun fact article that will be told through the fun facts of other hall of famers that makes sense. And so so for instance, he passed this month he passed Willie McCovey who's like a great elevator. Like, no disputes Willie McCovey place in the hall of fame. And so I tried to put how good Willie McCovey was in perspective and how good all seven of the hall of famers. He passed all seven I think are legit. I mean at this point, they all are we're talking about sixty seven war careers some of them. I was more familiar with than others, Craig Biggio. For instance, I'm much more familiar with than Joe Cronin. Well, took bisciotti so long to get to that. Hughes around forever kind of. But it actually took him not that long ago that. Yeah. So so as a chance to make the case for all these hall of famers, and then make the case for might trout is being genuinely better than them. I mean, he passed dukes Neider, that's wild. Right. Do you have a favorite fun fact that you found I don't I'm gonna say that. I don't have a favorite fun. Fact. I will I'm going to tell you my favorite story that got in here. So he passed this month he passed McCovey video Andre Dawson Joe Cronin..
"sam joe" Discussed on WJR 760
"JR weather center. Aches here tonight. Twenty-five degrees, mostly cloudy, Wednesday twenty nine and then Thursday morning clouds afternoon sunshine in col-, high of twenty seven from the Weather Channel, I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore. Loose talk seven sixty WJR. Much is made about the teammates in sports and people coming from different backgrounds coming together for unified cause of winning a title a championship game. Whatever the case may be such was the case of Bob Cousy and Bill Russell and the rest of the Boston Celtics. And what still has to be argued is the greatest. Team ever assembled enfranchise run ever assembled. When the Cousy Russell the Celtics were winning all those titles in a row. Gary Pomerantz fine sports writer for the Washington Post. And now a Stanford professor wrote this book the last pass Cousy Russell the Celtics and what matters in the end. And he joins us here on the Mitch Albom program. Hey, Gary doing great Mitch how you doing good? First of all the title. Why the last pass? Well, you know, Cousy was famously a great passer, and why the last pass well hard to believe, but Cousy is now ninety years old and Russell is eighty four. And you know, Russell Cousy that's the Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, the great dynasty. You just described and Cousy he's been going through a deep self examination over the last few years closing circles at the end of his life, and he has some regrets about his years as teammates with Russell. What are those? Regrets. Well, he regrets that as captain he did not publicly speak out against the racism that that Russell was facing in Boston and around the NBA he regrets that as captain he did not privately. Pull Russell aside and say rough I've got your back, and you know, what's interesting here matches at Cousy is perceived as one of the good guys by the league's early African American players. And you know, he roomed with the first black player drafted by an NBA team in nineteen fifty Chuck Cooper of Duquesne. This is only three years after Jackie Robinson. We don't know of all of this, of course. And they became great friends because the NBA was sort of a lounge act in search of itself. Everybody followed major league baseball. The NBA was struggling for its footing so Cousy and and Chuck Cooper, and their wives would go out together for dinners, and no one ever wrote about it. Well, part of the problem was during that time while they were both on the same team. Cousy was kind of it was kind of considered his team by the sports writers, anyhow, and Cousy didn't do anything to dispel that notion. And from what you wrote Russell was bothered by that privately. Well, you're right. I mean, all the sports writers at Boston's dailies at that time, we're white and almost all the crowd in Boston Garden, and they were not selling out, by the way, even as they won all these championships. Most of the crowd was white and their cheers were louder and longer for Russell excuse me for Cousy then for Russell. And you know, the sportswriter Cousy team and Cousy town. Well, it wasn't unless it was Cousy team in Russell's sport. And you know, they were teammates for seven years. And if you put on the civil rights line from nineteen fifty six December until nineteen sixty three that's roughly from the end of the March. On excuse me. The end of the Montgomery bus boycott to the March on Washington. So so the nation particularly the south is just roiling with racial tension. And nothing happens in a vacuum. So too with the Cousy and Russell relationship read our back. Bob, Cousy Bill Russell John Havlicek. Tommy Heinsohn, Casey Jones Sam Jones. Frank ramsey. Satch sanders. Clyde, LA Villette. Obviously Russell's not the only black guy on the team was he different during that time. Then Casey Jones Sam Joe's other guys like that was more vigilant. More politically inclined will the short answer is. Absolutely. He was I mean, Russell when he saw, you know, racial injustice, he called it out even with the NBA zone. You know, quota limiting the opportunities for black players initially to one or two per team, then three or four in and, you know, Russia Russell was engaged in the civil rights movement in a way, for instance, that will Chamberlain never was Russell was at the March on Washington. Russell led the civil rights demonstration to Boston common. He was engaged. And and you know, the Celtics got along on the court and Russell and Cousy got along just fine. In the locker room sort of his business associates on the court. They were perfectly interlocking pieces Cousy, you know, as the great distributor in the gold. Standard is run in the past break. And and Russell is a shot blocker in rebounders majestic outlook passes. I mean, this these guys work together so smoothly but in the locker room, they never really talked about about their personal lives. They never really talked about the civil rights movement that was playing out at that time, and it wasn't unusual. It was fairly common in that in that relationship with that story is been a room out of his room or a real story. They broke in the Russell's house and did things in his bed. And that was kinda jaded him from that point on Boston was true store stores that just like an urban legend true story that was. When we talk about racism Russell faces. I mean, let's get at it. I mean, you know in Saint Louis the league southernmost city now call them the Atlanta Hawks back, then they were the Saint Louis. Hawks fans would scream at Russell baboon black gorilla and Russell lived with his young family in a Boston suburb ready and police would I him suspiciously. As he drove through town wants vandals broke into Russell's house. They shattered his trophy case they they spray painted racist. Graffiti on the wall and defecated on his bed, just hard stuff. And this was this was in Boston where he lived in one championships. And that's why Russell would say, you know, he played for the Celtics. He did not play for Boston. Russell has lived in a just an epic life. You know, and it it goes so far beyond you know, the the five most valuable player awards in the eleven NBA championships. You know, the capstone came in two thousand eleven when Barack Obama presented him with the presidential medal of free. The highest civilian honor in this country sort of the American equivalent of knighthood, and and and so kudos he wanted to reach out to him. And he fought with this this being his own regrets his conscience for years. And you know, there was an interview that Cousy did in two thousand one for ESPN sports century honoring Russell is one of its greatest athletes are the twentieth century. Russell did not sit for an interview. But Cousy Dave and the cameras came to his house, and he was talking in a breezy way about Russell's athletic greatness. But then the conversation shifted to race. And Cousy says, you know, I should have been more sensitive to russes anguish. And then he stops for a moment. And you can see Mitch the facial muscles twitching, and he just loses. It he breaks down sobbing. Uncontrollably. Burying his head in his hands. Right there on camera really powerful moment. And when I came doing fifteen years later, and I interviewed him fifty three times never interview. Anyone that many times before sometimes in this house and sometimes condo in south Florida? A lot of times by phone kept returning to Russell until finally in February of two thousand sixteen. He did what Bob Cousy often does he's an old fashioned letter writer, so he got up and wrote a letter of apology to Russell formalizing his his apology in writing in which he said, he should have done more any regrets that he didn't any regrets that they hadn't been closer friends. That's the last pass of the book title. No, that's that's the essence and the backbone in the raise on detro- this excellent book, you can get it. Now, it's been out for a while. But it's it's a New York Times bestseller. The last pass Cousy Russell the Celtics, and what matters in the end, Gary Pomerantz, the author. Thank you. Gary good to talk to you as always good to talk with you guys. Thanks so much break, and we'll come back with more. WJR trap. This song..
"sam joe" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"To win the. True. Will you turn the plays out own Adam now? Pop and drop it all of that. Good stuff. Fall for eight nine two two seven zero three guide. The phone lines open just four four eight nine two two seven zero three you probably car make your way home in in about AT L. Look, I gotta make announcement would end at six thirty tonight. So you got about twenty minutes to call in. We have the Georgia state basketball game, Georgia state versus Chattanooga. Mocks? We're going to be broadcast and add in partnership with our brothers station ninety two nine two game. And so you're going to get the last thirty minutes if we're going to let them have it for tonight, and let me Mosey own outta here. And but we got a few more minutes so five the phone lines for eight nine two two seven zero three. If you came out last night to last night, lectures. Thank you so much for the young people. I don't know who the man was behind me. But I enjoy just have him as my close seat-mate made my day to hear him. You know, just get excited about the information. Because I thought maybe, you know, this ain't gonna being hounded. But man, they took it in which really made me wanna do even more for these young people guys started sad academy because we all we talk about you know, what I young people don't get. And so, you know to have that level of information once again, thank brother, Chico. Cool coming out is beautiful families wife and his two Tucson's with him last night as he dropped the knowledge and capacity. Crowd was good to see my good friend. Anita burns Anita back in the early nineties. We criss cross the state. Contrary really doing training. I'm a community organizer by training. And so me her Sam. Joe delay? Joe Louis may he rest in peace the late, Jerry, Conroy my white. So brother from over in cabbage town. You know, we did some great work together. I was early. Critique critic of the project, and so they told me, well, if you thank you can train people better than me, then do it. And I said, we're y'all pay me what y'all. Paying y'all sales in our wheel in said, no problem. I said won't God do it. They pay me. Well. Down there. They pay very well. And I've trained dozens of people as I trained myself, we went up to Chicago. Studied in the mid west academy. The Saul Alinsky kind of approach. Do direct action organizing. Then I went down to the university of Georgia. Instead the fanning leadership institute. They have they have a whole institute just given to leadership and GATS Tiffin certificates fanning from the fan and leadership institute. And so midwest academy is still a traveling a trainee entity all around the world. We came back created the community Development Institute at Clark Atlanta university that we're doing so much great work. You know, it was just unreal. Let's go to Mike online of three Mike. How're you doing? Pretty good today. How you doing being run I'm above ground and got a heartbeat Nimba chess and able to breathe in and out what I got to complain about man. I I take note a lot of the things you say and probably on Facebook. Okay. I just want to know you said you've been in your neighborhood. You all about two houses you have you had Itis Adam by own more than one two houses. But I lived in the same neighborhood. I'd never lived out from when my mother moved off Whitehall terrorists. Oh. Housing lakewood. He has lived at now for fifty. One years. I was too when they move and bought in that same neighborhood and have been now all this time. I guess I'm I'm from Georgia, and I moved to south and yourself. Like ten years ago thirteen years ago? I don't wanna move. Yeah. The thing is so frustrating to me. The latest McMahon and listen to all the programs. You have early Monday was are having a tough time because I want to move here because of the school systems and things, but do you just hate to run? I'm tired or running man, you can't run and what city of the south Fulton. In fact, let me put your whole we got enough that you don't not back enough enough jet that little conversation was have a real community talk. Now. We'll come back. My guy put you on hold. If you've got a few minutes to hang on that talk about it. Okay. All right. We gotta stop believing. This hyper what people say about communities? I'm able now tell you. Why stood what? While go to where I am what the benefit of that. Right. What's the benefit and talk about the sacrifice to? It ain't always been easily. It ain't always been easy. Four four eight nine two two seven zero three. We'll come back. I'm a little bit the professors in house ain't got fifteen minutes. We're going we're going to we're going to a grandma you save me. And Mike learn something we've been learning some 'cause I hear his frustration out here. And a lot of you all the making bad economic decision. You really.
"sam joe" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A plea? To the charges in the indictment. Not guilty. Took forty eight minutes for judge Randy Deering to read aloud all twenty two counts against Angelo Wagner seated beside her attorney Sam Joe Wagner, inflicted physical harm on another to wit. Dana Roden, anime Roden, and or Christopher rodent junior Wagner. Her husband and two sons are accused of various roles in gunning down eight members of the road and family two and a half years ago. The Ohio attorney general says a custody dispute played a role in their conspiracy to commit murder Columbus. Jared alley NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w some pickles and pickled products across the Ohio being recalled JC steal food products. LLC located in Winchester as issued a voluntary recall of several of its Jack and Jill pickle brand products company. Officials say no illnesses have been reported by the products were not inspected before distribution. The recalled products were sold across the Ohio. Cincinnati public schools is celebrating. That student enrollment is expected to rise twenty nine. One thousand nine hundred twenty for the eighth consecutive year school board member Efe Bolton telling Scott slow. Not only your numbers ground. But the percentage of the market share that CPS has been growing mostly credits. Parents switching from charter schools to CPS or remaining relatively flat. So there's not a gross. So we are experiencing growth in the state since two thousand thirteen Cincinnati public schools enrollment has grown by about forty four hundred students Reese, News Radio seven hundred wwl double the pretended to be young lovers on dates sites. They then pretended to be too young and they were targeting American military personnel. ABC's Pete combs reporting. It was all a scam. And it was run from inside prisons in south. Carolina said military dot com says the inmate sent servicemembers racy photos of young women. And then posed as the women's parents saying the bottles were underage the photos constitute a child porn pay up or we'll tell the cops and your commander service members are often young and inexperienced, and they just really don't want to get in trouble. Four hundred forty two servicemembers paid a total of five hundred sixty thousand dollars to the scammers before thirties found out about it and stepped in so far five people have been arrested. Pete combs, ABC news. News.
"sam joe" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Hey paul did what a like i said i was really going hard time life here in that time and i remember just some of the great calls and comments for instance daryl from georgia colony in there in the michael sam joe he says what do you mean the inborn gay what do you have to do go to the doctor and get checked out and tell darryl when he said that i was listening to that that later on that night on your part elmo fit water through my no so funny hey by the way howard how are you how are you doing how are you doing seven you doing better yeah i love doing a lot better job like to do i'm almost completely debt free i know this sounds like a dave ramsey call but it's really not it's really just giving you know dave ramsey call would have the yelling at you about credit cards and debt a mo most if frey but that call in our man i haven't forgot about you made the comment about alabama fans or the kinda guys that that are passed out drunk at the crystal graph through two o'clock in the morning i live in national lot of nightclubs ear lot of crystals i've been behind that i don't know if you've now obama fan or not call but that man you almost feel water through my nose during that incident when is calls in talk about alabama players like the her personal kids to your mouth me so much of my great aunt it's just over the years it just makes me this buff out i mean when you laugh out loud by yourself that's pretty funny man no you're right find doing from time to time and.
"sam joe" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"So i'm in since i was never one hundred percent sure it was it was aaron murray's uncool i don't think i felt like it was the best thing to do but very you're watching check in with your for me will you here hey paul did what a like i said i was really going through a hard time my life here in that time and i remember just some of the great calls and comments for instance daryl from georgia colony endearing in the michael sam joe he says what do you mean the inborn gay what do you have to do go to the doctor and get checked out and tell darryl when he said that i was listening to that that later on that night on your park elmo skit water through my nose so funny hey by the way howard how are you how are you doing how are you doing seven you doing better yeah doing a lot better job liked to do i'm almost completely debt free i'm sounds like a dave ramsey call but it's really not it's really just giving you know dave ramsey call would have be yelling at you about credit cards and debt i'm almost fifty but that call in our man i haven't forgotten about you i'm made the comment about alabama fans or the kind of guys that that are passed out drunk at the crystal draft through two o'clock in the morning i live in nashville lot of nightclubs here lot of crystals i've been behind that i don't know if you've now obama fan or not called but that phil i man you almost water through my nose during that incident when phyllis calls in talk about alabama players like the her personal kids mouth me so much of my great aunt it's just over the years it just makes me just bust out i may when you laugh out loud by yourself that's pretty funny man no you're right i find myself doing from time to time and.
"sam joe" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The meeting he was not at the meeting he didn't know what was discussed but he told the fbi that it did not involve the ukraine that had been his direction from paul manafort when in fact the meeting had discussed that issue according to the judges statements is that he's looking at somewhere between fifty seven and seventy one months in prison and anywhere between twenty and two hundred thousand dollars and find that will be settled at a later date wrote the hearing gates seemed very calm sort of very relaxed up until those final three minutes he had waved a series of rights with the guilty plea and then he had to make the final statement was at that point his voice cracked when he spoke to the judge in the case what kind of deal he might have with special counsel your governor was outlook he did flood damage and elkhart and saintjoseph counties today but era cocom says the flooding is a statewide crisis as evidenced by the high water on the ohio river it is overflowing the banks from viva madison evansville traffic now here's met bear nor sides there westbound four sixteen finds naga meridian three over to michigan road than eastbound four 65 very little room keystone avenue over to allison bill road inbound sixty nine slow 106 down the poor sixty five on the east side northbound four 65 bumper bumpertobumper pendleton pike up to seventy fifth southbound four 65 we have a delay that starts at high seventy the kind of benz around arlington additives of pretty heavy pockets there on the southwest side eastbound four sixty five take their time from sam joe's over to kentucky avenue inbound 65 stuff go twenty verse down to the doors flynn we have.
"sam joe" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"The fleet please please stop a robot back almost lost huge off the media the media jumped all over it call sam joe we'll see what would you raise the draft choice a number one choice own sam jones and well that's what happened in god knows i'm glad he's he was such a good coach jean made me would i eat made need better set the scene what does it play noticed you ended up with the lakers playing alongside jerry west told us his veil now i mean that backless jerry west that's pretty good chocolate china guide they would've played alongside me because in the up to acquire the other thing that i actually i told you right jerry you could win a lot of championship hit you played with me well if imf by the way sugars you'll arrive in boston win there are still issues in terms of race in we could stay what hotels or head bad situation already taken its course who day cook problem golden road thank god we are outlet grid off who you guys are not going to have the power on can the new back home because you're not going to play in this game you get a hotel where he stayed what you can eat loss two radical red of back halt now let me go a little bit of provoking black history month back here you week not wait neglect yes she was many of after i made the team uh uh i seem came to me from what it in newspapers in these things do you know why you believe the t and i said years i'd made the team the colts coach albert i thought the was better than others almost teeth he should that's not the reason you made it gene you dated because sure did someone who look like him and stoke mike him and since he was the only black on the team he needed a companion in the complainant give happily give me me coach is pretty uh pretty demeaning trey him to say something basically the tokyo at i would above all seek talents wasn't he in that era casey we all were year cake became could later routes over to the army and when you went to the army at me novels the.
"sam joe" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Pag dot com don't have much time is in michigan ed you've got like 30 megarapid let's go i really am unless unless feminist mm two we're going to get a tax tax time i believe a federal judge from doing uh we can monthly checks well of course is the same thing though when you pay your taxes you're dealing with your withholding that was withheld the entire year right same thing however i that begs brother listeners gary whereas on a hot on what am i supposed to do now i we have forty this story this story nearly jumps out of rosie o'donnell i guess last night she hasn't out the full a flurry of tweets offering republican senators two million dollars in cash in exchange for a no vote on the president's tax reform bill as she she's tweeting so how 'bout this i promise to give ten million dollars to senator susan collins and two million to senator jeff flake if they vote 'no as she desperately wrote on twitter and no i will not kill americans for the superrich no beat two million cash each and corset bribery did not work they have passed the bill and it also is a felony offer money to politician to influence accidents voting on something she may or may not have no i don't know those now visit a because that is a the law all right we gotta get out of europe were today for carry four torino forearm polo offer call for sam joe pacts back tomorrow same time same.
"sam joe" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"View what he's talking about anything why not go on the view you now now you have their platform it may be enlighten the people that are watching educate the people that are better tuning it every day actually say look with the clintons did look with the dnc did look how they tried to steal the election thank goodness somebody with an armed irs knee won the election instead you're getting people who like want to apologize for their party winning did it is so weird i'm having a hard time come to terms with it and a pretty good ed hashing things out logically in unemotionally but you're seeing this agency hatred you have to feel i feel as though these people are somehow gotten together and colluded it said let's go listed on good attack of while you attack into your leave in your leaving two while don't you attack him and if there is a united front of the republican side you know that that these left wing liberal outlets all these media outlets are going to just harp others for a week now it's weird i'll bet this crap shows up on on on espn i mean this going to show up everywhere there's gonna be a latenight television you'll be everywhere about our republicans have are now coming argues the president really really lay pop culture but dared it i paulo which abinante did you hear about kid rock against kind of backtracking his run for senate i did it did he make the vacant actual announcement or not i guess he was on howard stern show today and he was asked about it is and then it was the worst advice he ever gave himself but and the most creative thing he never done and after all of that stuff he'd gutsy everyone's choose colors yeah i guess because we were there were coming out in and putting a lot of hate towards him and so now he said that he's not going to do so what are they showed hate the show he everybody to run for anything somebody could show a that's interesting well why he why he rekindle you might and these are we going to get out of your home for carry for queen of her sam joe packed back tomorrow same time same plays will see them by here listening to joe patchy clouds mm the tiger relief factor for a.
"sam joe" Discussed on Popcast
"Thank you sam joe sierra meal joe yup joke oscar summers over yeah it's it's a this is a this is a tough week we've had a tough month yet a lot of way august is supposed to be fun yeah we i would say professional leave it and it's been strange i i've i certainly in fatigued personally worn out politically socially there is a lot this is a tough week but it's the end of summer it's usually a pretty quiet week as far as music goes but we are not quiet so i think that i thought that we should do um you know often the end of the bob gassed throughout our email address my solicit any kind of information or questions or thoughts and we get a lot and i'm i'm always grateful but i'm i've always from typically grateful for the questions because we have not yet created us or a home for that and so i decided for this week let's make everybody feel included let's have listener mail bag uh am not nyerere all a listener mailbag episode yes were family we that's true we put out a call on twitter we already had a bunch in the can we put out a call we got some more uh i think we're and make this a regular feature of the show uh i don't know we'll get to every good question this episode but there's a lot to talk about um we started with bedrock.
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"For us to check traffic here is wls as we see what's happening on the roadways this morning there have been the number of accidents so far this morning a lot of them are beginning to be cleared up and that his improving the travel times right now the edens' lake cook to the junction this seventeen going back out nineteen kennedy inbound from o'hare fifty one outbound thirty eisenhower inbound from thorndale 55 outbound is thirty one stevenson inbound from the veterans tollway eight outbound 26 dan ryan inbound from 95th 21 minutes going back out is fourteen that is traffic from the wlsam 890 trap his dad com it proved commute home the wet weather not around its front comes through becoming partly cloudy they're still make the a lingering shower thunder shower this morning especially northwest it together then porsche clouds and sunshine later gusty lindsay free cleared out that i go that we cooler sixty four but that's post the normal of the suburbs about all of them a little cooler breezy sunny tomorrow 82 saturday cloud son low 80s plenty of sunshine on sunday had probably even monday for the partial clips as of the in the upper 80s both days from more of their channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on wls aiming ninety 72 at the lakefront under cloudy skies seventy three at midway 74 officially at o'hare get news on the hour the half and when it breaks on wls continuous coverage brigitte wlsamcom i'm john dempsey on the home of the chicago bulls and chicago white sox wlsam 890 with dr sam joe gupta sometimes it's good to go back where you came from got sunday keep death cnn's chief medical correspondent when you have a heart attack or stroke every second counts you know that but if you need to go back to the hospital for even more treatment there's something else that's even more important heart patients who are readmitted to the same hospital then fewer days there and were more likely to survive that's according to some interesting new research published by the american heart association sometimes hospital records may not report all the thing that happened during the initial hospitalization so patients are at risk of the same thing happening if they are admitted to a different hospital for the researchers recommend the.