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Caratini, Padres beat Giants 7-6 in 10 to tighten NL West

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 23 hrs ago

Caratini, Padres beat Giants 7-6 in 10 to tighten NL West

"Victor carotene is infield single in the bottom of the tenth inning gave the San Diego Padres a walk off seventy six win over the San Francisco Giants to end their five game losing streak the Padres job done giants starter Logan Webb with four runs in the first inning only to see San Francisco battle back off Padres starter Yu Darvish and take the lead on Austin Slater's three run pinch hit home run in the sixth inning we do it a lot you know so it's it's nothing really new for us you know we've been put in that situation a lot this year so intentions one of the hardest things in sports but you know the more you do it the more comfortable you get with your chain and what you need to do to get ready carotene he went three for five with two RBIs for the Padres who denied the giants winning their one hundredth game of the year and cut their nationally what's lead to one game over the Los Angeles Dodgers Philip gone San Diego

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Texas Needs to Create a Confrontation With the Federal Government Over Border Crisis

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 1 d ago

Texas Needs to Create a Confrontation With the Federal Government Over Border Crisis

"More complaining about to joe biden. And we know who he is. He is not the president of this country. He has some sort of aims ambitions to china or central america. We've gone into that many different times instead. We need to be solution-oriented. I do not like the politics of complaining. Now if you live in california. I get it. Texas is not california texas hill country. They'll secure the border. The good folks in fredericksburg texas. They won't put up with this at all. We also have to stop caring with the left and the media says about us to relevant play. Cut fifty two. But we want to show you why this camp got so big in the first place at swelled the fifteen thousand saturday morning hundreds of migrants at a time just streaming in from sudani kunia walking across the river and just illegally entering the united states without any resistance from our federal government whatsoever. They crowded on the shore and huge masses. We watched it for five six hours straight thousands coming in and eventually the only thing that stopped it was the state of texas and they literally formed kind of a wall if you will with their patrol vehicles and they stemmed the flow. They formed a wall and they stemmed the flow. Of course there's zero resistance from federal authorities. Federal authorities are under orders from the president to allow an open border society. And this really does open the question. And i've asked this question for the last couple months. And i think we're finally seeing an issue that is exposing how republicans are under prepared to deal with the actual crisis. That's happening in america. Which is how much power to the states. Actually have the federal government postures. They flex their muscles but we saw under the trump administration that the federal government backed down when sanctuary state and sanctuary city measures were passed in seattle in portland and san francisco. Los angeles what texas needs to do is create a confrontation with the federal government and the federal government will back down. Texas is the perfect place to test this out.

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Bryant, Posey lead Giants to 8-5 win over fading Friars

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Bryant, Posey lead Giants to 8-5 win over fading Friars

"Buster Posey had four hits and scored three runs leading the San Francisco Giants to an eighty six win over the San Diego Padres San Francisco jumped out to an early lead in the first inning on Kris Bryant's bases clearing double off Padres starter Vince Velasquez the giants would go on to add two runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh inning building an eight to one lead then held off the Padres comeback attempt to secure their ninety ninth win of the season the giants catcher feels they played well all year as a team I don't think you get to this point this season and have won as many games we have without you know collectively played really well Fernando to teach junior went two for five hitting his National League leading fortieth home run of the season for the Padres with the win the giants increase their National League west lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers to two games Philip gone San Diego

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Hilliard, Cron lift Rockies past division-chasing Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Hilliard, Cron lift Rockies past division-chasing Dodgers

"The Rockies racked up twelve hits more than enough for a ten to five thumping of the Dodgers because the giants won in San Diego L. A. falls two games behind first place San Francisco the Rockies took the lead for good at six five in the fifth on an RBI single by Trevor story really good at bats thanks that's I think that's huge for us and if we can string those of us gather in you know it's a heritage is a must own in the middle of the plate and lay off the ones that are you know incising but close I think that's you know that's kind of shows that come on the right track they tacked on four runs in the seventh the big blow a three run Homer from Sam Hilliard for the Dodgers it was only their second loss in eleven games first Morton Denver

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"Late Night Lamonte" lifts Giants over Padres 6-5

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

"Late Night Lamonte" lifts Giants over Padres 6-5

"Lamont Wade juniors RBI single in the top of the ninth inning gave the San Francisco Giants a six to five win over the San Diego Padres San Francisco fell behind four to one as many Machado hit two home runs in his first two at bats off giants starter Kevin Gausman Gausman going just four innings allowing four runs on nine hits in a no decision the giants rallied back with two runs in the fifth and two in the sixth chasing pottery started Joe Musgrove who allowed five runs on eight hits in five and two thirds innings with the win the giants maintain a one game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League west Phillip con San Diego

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Pujols hit in 10th, Dodgers beat Rox, stay close in NL West

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Pujols hit in 10th, Dodgers beat Rox, stay close in NL West

"The Dodgers continue their torrid stretch run this after they went ten innings to defeat Colorado five four because first place San Francisco beat San Diego LA remains a game behind the giants for Los Angeles the game winning run came across on a single by pinch hitter Albert pull hoes who stood on first base and happily waved to fans you know you're not gonna have long enough to enjoying it so it was a big game right there you know and and then I just when the temperature the tribe is a good be sure your washer which is still about a whole host is big base hit came off loser Julie's just seen but when went to Kenley Jansen the save to LA Spezia the Dodgers have won nine of their last ten Bruce Morton Denver

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San Francisco Mayor London Breed Photographed Maskless at San Francisco Club

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

San Francisco Mayor London Breed Photographed Maskless at San Francisco Club

"You heard about this. Doozy the mayor. The san francisco mayor london breed. Oh yes she had her own french laundry moment. She was photographed at a city. Jazz club dancing and singing without her mask. On despite a city wide mandate because you can imagine in san francisco you need to be locked down in san francisco after all. Her explanation is so off the charts. Insane that if anybody who lives in san francisco's themselves saying we put this lunatic in office.

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Maskless San Francisco Mayor Caught Breaking Health Order at Local Club

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:08 min | 3 d ago

Maskless San Francisco Mayor Caught Breaking Health Order at Local Club

"You realize the democrats are capable of. Electing somebody like london breed. Now i know san francisco is wild. I get it it's a it's a. It's a world unto itself. Most americans can't relate in any way shape perform to the antics of san francisco and maybe a great example of that is the woman who runs the city. The mayor so she held a press conference this week over the firestorm of controversy. She's facing her own city ordinance. Which is one of the strictest ordinances in the country requires masks indoors whether you're vaccinated or not now. You got to hear her explanation. This is classic. This is a typical. This is the gavin newsom. French laundry thing all over again. This is chris. Cuomo caught on tape marching through his apartment building without a mask on confronting bicyclist south in his house in the hamptons when he's the middle of fighting kovin. These guys are such a joke but consider this woman. The mayor of one of america's most famous prominence cities. I give you the mayor of san francisco explaining why she violated her own. Strict mask mandate inside the city. Jazz club incredible musicians who performed and who really uplifted the spirits of not just myself but all of the people who were there and from my perspective you know i was there i was eating and i was drinking and i was sitting with my friends and everyone who came in there was vaccinated so the fact that we have turned this into a story about being massless. No i'm not gonna sit in. Put my mask on sip and put my mask on sip input mask on. Eat input my mask on. Well i'm eating and i'm drinking. I'm gonna keep my mask off and yes in in time. Why we're drinking like everyone else. There we were all having a good time and again all vaccinated so the fact that this is even a story. His sad got better. Where's the pit about feeling the spirit. Oh we got the. We left the best part out. She felt the spirit she wanted to move. She was feeling this get them. I'll play that clip. Maybe for alfredo ortiz. Because we let the best part out. She was feeling the spirit. She's having a good time and she was vaccinated. Never mind that. The city ordinance literally requires vaccinated people to wear a mask indoors. But she's the mayor

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Texas doctor says he defied state's near-total abortion ban

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Texas doctor says he defied state's near-total abortion ban

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a Texas doctor who says he defied the state's near total abortion ban is being sued a San Antonio doctor who defied the new Texas restrictions on abortion providers has been sued by two people in the first test of the legality of the near total ban on the procedure former attorneys in Arkansas and Illinois have filed lawsuits against the doctor Allen braid in a weekend Washington post opinion column breed became the first Texas abortion provider to publicly reveal he violated the law that took effect September first the Texas law prohibits abortions once medical professionals can detect cardiac activity which is usually around six weeks while the law forbids prosecutors from taking criminal action it allows private citizens to sue the providers and claim at least ten thousand dollars in damages if successful hi Mike Rossio

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If the Federal Government Won't Enforce the Law, the States Need to Enforce the Law

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 4 d ago

If the Federal Government Won't Enforce the Law, the States Need to Enforce the Law

"People are saying well. Charlie federal the federal government is in charge of immigration. Law says all those states are able to assist in immigration regulation and enforcement it is the federal government that has the legal power to enforce. Us immigration laws. The us constitution includes a supremacy clause would prevent state laws interfere with immigration enforcement by the federal government. It is so interesting and frustrating that republicans fall for this nonsense. Let's just use a modern example. I'm going to read this again. The constitution includes a supremacy clause with prevents state laws from interfering with immigration enforcement by the federal government. You think that portland and seattle and san francisco and los angeles complied with that under donald trump when they said ice is not allowed in our cities when they declared themselves sanctuary states and sanctuary cities. You remember that remember. When city said we we're going to defy federal immigration law and republicans. Were just like oh yeah. that's okay. They're just a little nuts in seattle and portland. We're going to let them do it. So let me get this straight seattle and portland san francisco chicago new york and philadelphia and say we are not going to implement federal immigration law but texas can't mobilize twenty thousand texas rangers. National guardsmen to go arrest. People that are coming into their state illegally across the board. You see this is one of the problems with the republican party because the republican party is still living in the nineteen eighties. They don't realize that the stakes have been raised and all of a sudden the other side. Yeah they defy federal immigration law. And they did whatever they wanted to do because they pick and choose what laws they wanted to enforce. What i'm saying is if the federal government will not enforce the law and the states need to start enforcing the law

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Forcing Small Kids To Wear Masks Isn't Science, It's Child Abuse

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 4 d ago

Forcing Small Kids To Wear Masks Isn't Science, It's Child Abuse

"As a nation how far we've fallen. Where tens of millions of people if not 100 million, plus think that torturing our kids and abusing them by putting masks on their face. They can provide no actual evidence whatsoever. Have stopped this spread. None provide some anecdotal stories, little pockets of evidence that it may have stopped an infection from someone actively spewing droplets. You can provide no evidence disease or systemically effective at all. And yet, in the interest of taking it to conservatives and insulting Donald Trump supporters, you abuse your own kids. But it's it's stunning. It's really tough to see how far I watched it, and I'm sitting there and it's like day in the gym, which is even worse. And I'm watching this. I'm like this can't possibly be happening. We have people abusing their own kids. In childcare facilities. This is child abuse. Child abuse. We have people abusing kids. In order to make a political point. And you may say, Oh, they're not abusing kids in there doing it for their safety. Really? Because the people mandating this are doing it for their safety. Andrew Cuomo, No Mass. Remember that picture. Gavin Newsom. French laundry? No mask. London Breed Mayor of San Francisco. We got her coming up next. No mask. Emmy Awards last night. No mask. Uh, Hollywood people, no mask. Yeah. You can't have it both ways. Even the mass stop the spread, and everybody should be wearing them or they don't you think there are force and we should just be abusing kids with them?

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Haitian Government Asks Biden Administration to Pause Mass Deportations

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:56 min | 4 d ago

Haitian Government Asks Biden Administration to Pause Mass Deportations

"The haitian government is asking the biden administration to pause mass deportations of migrants back to haiti amid a surge of haitian migrants crossing the rio grande river river. Nbc news correspondent. Morgan chaska got exclusive access to the southern texas encampment. These migrants are now calling home. These are the men women and children calling the shade of texas border bridge. Whole the group. Mostly from haiti. Now number nearly fifteen thousand strong. They've come here with little hoping to claim asylum and turn launching a massive mission for state and federal agencies secure. The border provide and process every single person over the last few days we moved approximately thirty three hundred individuals. We expect that number to increase in the days ahead. Our crew granted exclusive access to visit with those whose futures remain uncertain. This woman named yvo telling us she's been here more than a week and his barely eaten for many. They're only nourishment the food and water handouts. That can't come fast enough now has been only a matter of days since this group's swelled in size underneath the bridge but as we push this direction you can see that there is already a small city that has formed here in the shadow out this rich plants from the riverbank being used in some cases as temporary roofs as children playing the shade. Everyone trying to do whatever they can to stay cool. Massive accusations along the border began this morning. Some planes flying migrants from san antonio direct to port-au-prince haiti others are being bused to other processing locations. Such as paso laredo. Those flown home today returned to a country still reeling from a devastating earthquake. Deportation flights only expected to arrive in the coming

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Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 4 d ago

Here’s What Charlie Thinks of Sarah Silverman’s National Divorce

"People are saying charlie. I saw clip. Sarah silverman asking whether or not we should separate as a nation. What are your thoughts. I do have some very. Let's say clear thoughts on sarah silverman in general okay. Sarah silverman basically calls for a divorce a national divorce. We have said on this program for quite some time that unfortunately the way things are headed. We are heading for a national divorce. If we are not able to unify our forces and now sarah silverman who supposed to be a comedian of really never heard her saying anything. Funny as this assay play tape select. Why don't we just finally just realize that this these states aren't working and like divide up until like two or three countries of the usa one in usa to and will be allies. And you'll come over here and we'll go over there and you know when you come to certain many times when you go to a different country. You have to get a vaccine. Now she's coming under a lot of backlash for what she said. But it's not entirely dumb because that's actually where people are headed because we actually are living in that country right now. When i go to los angeles when i go to san francisco. It's a completely different experience then living in arizona. I don't want it to be that way. I'd love to see unification and people coming together. But basically what she's saying is like i don't wanna live with people like charlie kirk or conservatives. Just kick them out of the country. We'll have our own way to do things. We'll just kind of figure it out ourselves.

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Tatis Botches Popup, Cards Beat Padres 8-7, Win 8th Straight

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Tatis Botches Popup, Cards Beat Padres 8-7, Win 8th Straight

"The St Louis cardinals expanded their lead in the race for the second National League wild card spot with an eight seven win over the San Diego Padres on Sunday card starting pitcher J. A. happ says he believes his team can be a force to be reckoned with this postseason we feel good about the way we're playing right now and you know a confidence can be a scary thing and when you're you know playing right at the right time of the year that sometimes I can go a long way the cardinal scored five runs off J. carry out in the first inning before he left the game with a strained right groin the cardinals have won eight straight games for the first time since August of twenty eighteen and they now sit three and a half games ahead of the Padres and three games ahead of the Cincinnati Reds in the wild card race David Solomon St Louis

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Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa Lead 49ers Past Eagles 17-11

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa Lead 49ers Past Eagles 17-11

"Jimmy Garoppolo's threw for one touchdown ran for another to lead the forty Niners still seventeen eleven win over the eagles grab a look at the twelve play ninety seven yard drive with a fifteen yard touchdown pass the jawan Jennings with twelve seconds to go in the second quarter the give San Francisco a seven three lead Grobbelaar made a fourteen three with ten fifty two to go in the fourth quarter with a one yard touchdown run some weeks easier than others but it's never I mean even last week came down to the wire at one point so just one of those I don't know when you go in different ways like that thing that makes for a good Sam eagles quarterback Jalen hurts had a one yard touchdown run for Philadelphia or even their record to one a one Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Curt Casali's 2-Run Single Holds up, Giants Beat Braves 2-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Curt Casali's 2-Run Single Holds up, Giants Beat Braves 2-0

"The giants have won two straight against the Braves as Alex wood and six relievers combined on a five hitter to shot of Lana to nothing what has recovered from coated and made his first start since August twenty sixth he pitched three perfect innings with four strikeouts I went longer than we were planning to go you know I thought you knew your two is tunings was was the goal I really don't know what to expect I was gonna feel but I thought my stuff was sharp backup catcher Curt Casali drove in the game's only runs with a two run single in the fourth the Braves have lost four straight well the Phillies won four in a row sheeting and lan is lead in the National League east to one game over Philadelphia Charlie Morton took the loss he pitched five innings gave up four hits and two runs Riley Aung San Francisco

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How Men Are Also Being Saved by Wipe Every Tear's Work in the Sex Trade

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 6 d ago

How Men Are Also Being Saved by Wipe Every Tear's Work in the Sex Trade

"Let me tell you to more instances that i wrote about that have just wrecked me. They're still with me so the first couple of days really the first day two days as you're now having your heartbroken for the girls you hate the men you see. These sloppy overweight pass middle aged men in the natural. I wanna i wanna to them. What they're doing large man dressed messily holding hands with a petite diminutive little philippine. And you're like that's disgusting. And one of the guys on our. He was a past or one of the guys on our trip. The i want to punch that guy out. of course. yes what can he taught me. That's kind of the normal natural response. That's the flesh lee response. That's not god's response. I don't think but it you know. Let's acknowledge it. When you see that what are you gonna think and kenny taught me. Yeah you can't love the girls and hate the men because the kingdom doesn't work that way these girls are in a prison and so are the men. it's just a different cell. Their only state and can set up a kingdom. Or everybody's miserable. The mama san's the bar owners the bartenders the patrons everybody's miserable so once you see that now my heart is moved is much towards this girl towards this man. Imagine having a bunch of guys at the table next to you in the bar and you buy them around drinks guys were from. What are you doing. And and they'll tend to brag about their exploits and then they go. What are you doing here and you get to say well. We're here getting girls out. Because god has created them for something so much greater one man who heard this. We explained to sit. We're not we're not wagging the finger. How could you do. You have a daughter what it's none of that we're here to bring them to. Jesus this is the life. Jesus watch for them. One man he reach into his pocket he plunked down a big wad cash and he walked out and my friend walked out after him and with tears us at the front of the bar telling the men is. They're walking by. I can't do this anymore. I can't do this any more. Eric that's revival. That's when we say revival in the sex trade men's hearts are being broken just by us being there so the men are getting rescued

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Carlson Homers Twice, Mikolas Gets First Win in Two Years

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Carlson Homers Twice, Mikolas Gets First Win in Two Years

"Dylan Carlson belts a grand slam home run and a solo shot of the cardinals the to to win over the Padres it's the second grand slam this season for the rookie right fielder who has fifteen home runs this year that's a real good team over there and we got to bring that energy every day because you know they think of what small over there that's for sure so I'm just keeping the focus on us here and plan plan hard each and every day control we can control it's definitely some benefit street with Tyler o'neill has a two run blast for the Redbirds who win their sixth straight miles Michaelis tosses by a two thirds shutout innings to record the win it's Velasquez takes the loss St Louis remains in control of the you know second wild card spot they're a game up on Cincinnati in a game and a half ahead of San Diego Mike Reeves St Louis

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"san living" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:13 min | Last week

"san living" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Here's a mug from suburban Boston player Mike You Stream ski number 23 boy bombs away and here's a mug from Texas. He said. What you thought you could catch me in the home Run lead? Yes. No Brandon. Belt number 24 for Texas Bombs away. 24 for belt. Phenomenal man. Michael hit 30 belt. Give me 30. Why not All right, but be quiet, But it was great to have type on the call to last night. I think it's the first week night game he's done yesterday. It just felt like it was a golden avalanche of particles, Starting with Killer show just very upbeat show with all the nine you're talking the giant anticipation. Then we segued into the little baby beers with Chris Kelly from San Live. Clinch. Kelly Kelly. He goes. How dare he goes over for oysters at the Swan, Oyster Depot. God bless him. And then he watches the Giants clinch. It was a particle festival last night Particle festival. Alright, I've been looking forward to this all morning. I get my rejoined coming up because musical tributes coming your way The Giants are going to October and I never would have believed it can be our one of 45 and 6 80, These sports leader in that podcasts are available now on Spotify by searching. KNBR sports leader. This traffic is sponsored by Prime Mail Medical leave a more satisfying life called Prime Mail. Medical now get a first visit as a test test. Restaurant test ultrasound and a year of follow up visits for just $99 call 4157614037 prime mail medical dot com. The Children. Auto body traffic desks out beyond 11 delays trying to get into Santa Rosa right at River Road crashes, blocking the right lane. One car is in the right lane. Another one overturned and went off the roadway. So There's emergency crews on scene, people slowing down and take a look and expect them to airport Boulevard Westbound four. Plenty of congestion up and over the willow passed from railroad to Port Chicago Highway Westbound 205 slows from just west of Maglie on the westbound 5 82, North Flynn and North Boulogne commute in the South Bay slowing from Maston up to East done, and then again in San Jose, between the 2 80 80 80 interchanges. We've got just a minor delay so far and still no metering lights at the Bay Bridge. This.

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"san living" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:49 min | 6 months ago

"san living" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In a drawer and to give him perspective. Fascinating. Next question is from Halsey from Ashburn, Virginia. Thomas Jefferson sold some of his library to restart the library of Congress after it was after I had been burned down. Did he also use any of his own library to start or donate to the White House after the British burned the building? I mean, was there Is there ever been an instance where presidents have given books to the White House or there's been that culture of reading that is kind of been instilled in the instant Fusion. It's actually great question, and this is something that I actually wrote about in my first book, which you and I did a book event on almost 20 years ago, it's intellectuals and American presidency. I'll say that that's too many years way. Had a great time. That was at the book in the book. I Talk about Arthur Schlessinger. Was the intellectual and the famous historian, Pulitzer Prize winning historian in the Kennedy White House, and he with Kennedy's permission. He worked on this idea of a White House library. And he reached out to the most famous historians. An American asked them what would the necessary volumes in what that would be in a White House library and that White House library does now exist? And I've been to the room in the White House and actually may not are my book. I took a picture of myself in that White House library with the bookshelf behind me. So, uh, that That did happen. It didn't happen when the question is just but 150. Years later, we did see that with Arthur Schlessinger in the White House vibrate. There's also an actual White House library in the Executive office building. That is a great library and a great resource for White House staffers and they would get with you and deliver them to you, But that's a that's a different thing. That's not a kind of public health. From Heidi in Long Island, New York, Abraham Lincoln embraced that then new technology of photography and had several photos taken of himself. Would that be an example of tapping into pop culture to make himself more familiar to the American people? Absolutely that famous picture he took in New York City journey His lady get Winters Cooper Union address that became the image of Lincoln and be credited in part with helping making President so the new technology of photography was very important s. So you know who the guy was and what he looked like. And, you know, I think today we talk a little bit about Lincoln. Maybe wasn't such a handsome man or didn't do Would have done well today. And you know, things are kind of shallower culture. But actually, I think, Lincoln before the kind of older stiffness in the beard I think you got it was ah, rugged, ruggedly good looking guy, and I think that should help. Stuff from Connecticut. Asked about Saturday night Live, It's been great, Great way for politicians to connect with people. Do you agree? Sorry. Life is a bit of a mixed bag for presidents. I would say it came out during the Ford administration and they corn have this unfortunate propensity to stumble a couple of times, even though I must say that he was he was perhaps the best athlete ever to be president and you've actually drafted by the NFL. It's simple, but Ford was relentlessly mocked for his clumsiness and stumbling and they asked him to go on staying alive, and he wisely said no. But his press secretary, Ron Nessen, It was kind of a funny guy was a professional comedian, but he was he was a funny guy is he's Washington. Folks go and National agreed to go on the show and one of the San Live writer said that she intentionally made the skin as raunchy as possible that night because she knew the president would be watching. So that's not necessarily the thing you kind of want. I think the presidential impression who person nations have really helped shape how we think. President. I think my famous is of Phil Hartman as Ronald Reagan and he plays wrong. Reagan is this completely befuddled guy in meeting room with Girl scouts and not knowing what's going on. And then the second the public leaves. He becomes this hard charging business leader doing complex math in his head and converting currencies and speaking foreign languages and telling everybody to do and being kind of large and in charge, and I thought that was a great depiction of Reagan. I think sometimes SNL doesn't really know what to do with the candidates like, for example, with Obama. I think you know they just don't want to make fun of him too much. They never really got a kind of guiding philosophy for how to mock him, and I think we saw that There was a recent piece in The Washington Post about how Jim Carrey's Biden impersonation doesn't really sell in isn't really funny because you can't really figure out what to make fun of invited and he kind of plays Biden as this clinic. He stood US Cowboy, which That's not the Biden that I was seeing on the campaign trail. So if it's not true to the person that it's not actually gonna work, I will say that perhaps the best impersonation on a technical level was Dana Carvey's of George H. W. Bush and when George H. W. Bush loses his re election In 1992. He a zoo gift to the staff invites Carvey to come to the Christmas party and do the impersonation, which I was thought was very gracious and nice thing for him to do is a nice little farewell for the staff. But also it just kind of showing that he was a good sport about everything. Yeah, My favorite has to be when they portrayed Clinton as going on a dog President Clinton going on a dog and then stopping at McDonald's to eat cheeseburgers, which I thought was really funny and also, you know, humanized him in in an interesting way, And sometimes these depictions can can be harmful. But they can also be humanizing and probably that one humanized humanized him think it doesn't work? Yeah, That's right, huh? Steve from East Norwich. Why do you think the number one best selling item at the Nixon Library and Museum Gift shop? Is anything with a picture of Nixon meeting with Elvis Presley? Good question is a great question. I do talk about the oldest Presley incident at great length in quick Egyptian red. So urge people to buy it because I talk about about it a lot, and it's a fascinating story. 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"san living" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"san living" Discussed on Majority 54

"I'm Jason. Candor. And this is majority fifty four, the podcast that helps them fifty four percent who did not vote for Donald Trump talked to those of us who did about the most divisive issues entry and this week we have a special guest co host. My friend Jason Snake is everybody knows Jason's today kissed from San, live, horrible bosses, and we're the millers or true until you. He's read from angry birds. Jason co-created rights and stars in the new show Ted Lasso which comes out this Friday. August fourteenth on Apple. TV plus thanks to. Hookup from Jason Diana and I had the pleasure of binging the entire first season this past week and we absolutely loved it. It's our favorite Jason. Snake is project ever and we've seen most of them. I've long been Jason Snake is fan but over the past few years, he's become a good friend as well and I really appreciate him fitting us into what his a super busy couple of weeks for him promoting the new show Jason thanks for doing the show man. Absolutely thanks for having me I and thank you for watching the whole show. Hi Five Tree and probably. People get that joke in two days. Exactly. You. Know Man I'm we loved it and we'll get into that more in a minute But before we do the news of the week, which is usually what we do here at the top, we got to settle a little bit and so last week Ravi and I bet on who would be the running mate he bet Susan Rice he worked with with Ambassador Rice natural bet for him to make would have been A great choice as well I bet comma Harris and I won, and as a result, Ravi has to eat a my favorite snack cottage cheese and hot sauce and Ravi at a solidarity I brought my own cottage cheese and hot sauce and I figured since we got Jason here and this is an audio format. He can narrate how this goes for you. I I don't know if I've ever had kind of cheese in my life so. Your Life's about to change I i. wonder if it's almost worth having a by of it before you add the hot sauce I've never I've had cheese but but the hot sauce is a is a whole new thing to me has been a lifelong. Candidate has been a lifelong thing is is more reason this is. Over the last year you know that I've gotten to become that guy who cares about macaroni and stuff and I'm like, Oh, this is a perfect mixture. Okay I here goes Ravi okay. Innocent look on his face. ooh little squinty like what have I done? Why why did I? Why did I backed the wrong horse? Oh now curious at last show at the Indian restaurant it is a little bit like that. Again, another reference that people give a little bit better in two days yet the spice doesn't bother you all. You're not you're more it's more the texture. That's what that's what I'm getting from that furrowed brow while trained piss despite that. But that texture. Yeah. So that's basically I. Mean What is cottage cheese? It's just it's milk that stayed too long. Someone was someone very frugal was like, let's not tossed us. Let's throw some pineapple impeaches hot sauce in there and see what we can do. One hundred percent orders. It's gift. Out Eating but I think we probably can move on and talk about some other things. You. Liked it though, right. It's now a permanent part of your life. Yes. Maybe. Okay maybe. All right with that with that, Ravi, we are ready for the news of the week late on us at great. Well but there's a lot. We can talk about this week. It'd be p search, the coronavirus vaccine progress unemployment benefits, debate but I wanNA start with something near and dear to your heart candy, which is boating accidents the New York Times releasing analysis earlier in the week showing that a record seventy, five percent of Americans can vote by mail this year, which is way more than Usual and half bowl American have access to no excuse mail in voting So this is a full-scale change to the way our country votes, encounter totes and election officials in several key swing states have already asked that lawmakers give them more leeway to prepare apetit ballots for counting as they arrive rather than after the polls closed in any normal circumstance president would be doing everything. He could to ensure a safe food accurate election. That's of course, not what he's doing in a Friday night news down. Lewis the joy, who's the trump donor that serves as the postmaster general. Announced a massive restructuring the postal service, consolidate his power push aside twenty three career postal services, executives, and further politicise postal service during election that is going to be conducted largely by mail. So this announcement is in addition to a series of cost cutting measures implemented by joy that have delayed the delivery of mail including ballots in recent primary elections and Detroit floated a proposal to increase the price of postage for mail-in ballots from twenty to. Fifty five percents in a bit Mellon voting in the same vein the post service warned that it won't car ties and delivery of mail unbalanced unless states pay extra and last week political reporter that trump advisors were pondering quote possible executive actions. You could take the curb mail and voting everything from directing the postal service to not deliver certain ballots. This stopping local officials from counting them after election day candor. How serious is the? It's pretty serious I couple of thoughts on this first win this administration I began the director of the census resigned within a couple Ravi seeking a big drinker. She's out. Powered through that whole thing. Little tiny swallows. Impressive. Really was. So. I remember when the Administration I began the director of the census resigned and I remember I was running around doing politics and campaigning for people and I remember reflecting in front of crowds on how crazy things were that we even knew who the director of the census was and we were freaked out that the director of the census resigned and I think it says that a lot. Now at the end of this term, we've got no point where for the first time in probably one hundred years people know who the postmaster general is like. That's how bad it is. Now that's the upsetting side. There are things that we can do to fight it. There's vote from home twenty, twenty dot org that's helping.

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"san living" Discussed on Shiloh Truelight Church

Shiloh Truelight Church

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"san living" Discussed on Shiloh Truelight Church

"I. Don't you think about that throughout the world. Our own people are constantly telling you her talent. That is by faith that is not by works and all of my scenes plans forward have been forgiven. But I want you to listen carefully. What he's saying? And what shall we say. Can we continue in San Grace Map. Boun down shall we continue in just being seen live sinful life because of the grace of God and it's GonNa take care of these things. Thanks God forbid he saying and I want you to understand that today. That is a lot is being to- oh throughout our world today and Paul makes it very plain and clear. God forbid how shall we that are dead into San live any longer there and and how shall we. We have been made new. We received that spirit of the holy goes. How can we then say that our live in San? He says God forbid today. Nobody should think those things. How shall we that are dead saying that every saved the spirit of the holiday goes live any longer there you dan no? You're not that so. Many of us were baptized into Jesus. Christ were baptized unto his death. Ah with the spirit of the Holy Ghost. What he's saying we're baptized him? Believing then he came here and overcame seeing and he'll give us of that power who gives us a comforter and we are baptized with that. We're cut off from San. We've now been made new baptize with the spirit of the Holy Ghost therefore we are bad with him by Baptism unto today. Dan of sand in that like US Christ was raised. Used from the dead by the glory of the father. Even so we also shall walk in newness of life. Do you believe that Jesus Christ was put in that tomb and stayed there and he saw.

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"san living" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

34:00 min | 2 years ago

"san living" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"san living" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"san living" Discussed on KCRW

"Year. Sims I is eighteen now he drives her on campus in a white Acura with an engine that wraps like a muscle car. He's studying hospitality management and today. He's driving to a morning class encountering the humanities at similar to classes like sociology and psychology Tallin late. He played high school basketball, though, he hasn't been on the corner awhile back during the March for our lives. He had bleached bangs in memory of guac. That's all grown out. Now, he's still got his goatee. In class. He has his laptop. He's showing me pictures from a summer trip to Europe with his girlfriend that we rented a ATV and did the whole island in like a day and a half after class we walk through this big pedestrian green on campus. Kids are whizzing by on skateboards posted up in hammock slung from palm trees UCF is a big school almost seventy thousand students at the same time. It seems like parkland kids are every things are you doing? Was just like that the day. I arrived. It seems like everyone's talking about this one story in the news. You heard what happened recently though? Literally. Did you hear about the campus? Police had just arrested an engineering student who'd been carrying around a modified AR fifteen in the back of his car. A reminder Sam says that what happened in parkland could happen here don't really feel safe anywhere, especially here with all these kids, I won't feel safe anywhere ever on top of that guac and Sam we're both planning to be at this school and Sam notices that absence. All the time. I've always said like I don't need to go there because I talked to my friends. So much like racing around in my mind about it. He's thinking maybe he does need therapy though. He hasn't seen anyone yet. We take a break. Sam grabs a bagel for lunch. We have so much extra logs skips computer lab goes to sociology class, then he gives his friend from the stoneman Douglas basketball team a ride home his name. Sam Becky video were riding past strip malls back to SAM's off campus apartment complex and from the backseat Sampaio passes up his phone. He got one of those Snapchat. Notifications with the memory. It's a photo of guac in the locker room grinning at the camera sailing every day new memories. Above. Just. The surprise reminders are painful, but it's not like they don't wanna remember many of them even have tattoos initials birthday. Colindale have like my favorite ones. This isn't coming off like. Suddenly Sam Vecchio is talking about the aftermath of the shooting when everything happened in all hanging around each other player, grieving process, I need to be with each other. We don't wanna be alone. We drop him off fat place later. Sam's. I've tells me he's never heard his friend open up like that a lot of guys like, you know, how it is like a lot of guys don't talk about their feelings. So like, it's hard for them to talk about something and so strong in their life. San lives with three roommates to he knew back in parkland, his longtime girlfriend, Mattie Marinkovik goes here to they've got two little dogs. It's nice being with people who all knew guac. Of.

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"san living" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"san living" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Here come meet us and see if we can walk on my brother at the time at Brown University was the captain the team. And so I went into see the coach who had said when you come in. Let me know obviously, it was midseason. So I couldn't have joined there. But I went to meet the coach, and it's not an exaggeration that I opened the door to the gym by the time it hit its full extension was swinging back. I decided now I'd seen. Yeah. I saw about three point seven seconds of all these guys working way too hard and getting up way too early to do weight training and stuff, and I thought now nothing to do that and was walking back through campus that day and always remember this because it was Brown, which is very liberal school. And there was a a notice or a flyer for a sketch comedy group called out of bounds. But it was nailed to a tree number thinking. That was so ironic like come on guys. We don't nail trees come on now. And I decided you know, what I was a huge fan of San live truth be told I wasn't joining to be an actor. I was joining to be a part of a community. I think I was early days. My first few days. As a student, and I was looking for a group of people in the few people I had met in that group from the kids who wrote directed lit sets painted sets like it was just such a fun. I always call it like a circus life, and I just I wanted to join it. So I did for the group got in everything changed from there from an internal perspective. I just felt like my real education at Brown. University is amazing the education is of course, my real education was getting to know these people and told the story before, but it's true. I remember saying to these people in the acting community or the theater community. I said I just knew that they were much smarter than me much much more worldly than I was. And I was probably kid. You hadn't seen any movie that wasn't in the Cineplex and hadn't heard any song that wasn't on the radio. And so I said can you give me an album and a movie every week and for four years they did there were like seven or eight guys who who gave me an album and a movie every single week. And that was the first time, I experienced indie film, French new wave film seventies classics like really the deep dive. So. My brain was expanded no drugs necessary. I was in a whole time. More of a whole changing moment. It was it was really amazing..

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"san living" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Evita all phone is on global issues. Mackel said she often wonders if world leaders could build that foundation, again, would they adopt a Universal Declaration of human rights, if they were asked to today, she fears. They wouldn't. And her message to the international community was this. Don't forget the lessons of history for the world Rupa Shenoy, the preamble of the UN's Universal Declaration of human rights and makes the point that among the freedoms guaranteed to all human beings is the freedom from fear right now. The people of Yemen don't have that freedom. They're living in fear of a war. That's been going on for almost four years. Now last week the UN did manage to get the main warring parties to gather in Sweden to talk the world's Steven Snyder follows Yemen us, and he's here to tell us. What these talks are about. Well, the war. Yemen war has been going on for four years between ten and forty thousand people have died in the fighting on top of that the economy is a mess food and medicine can't get into the country and the result of that is that a million people got cholera last year and two million people are getting one meal a day or less. I saw video of some people eating grass. So these talks in Sweden. How are they going? Well. Better than people thought the UN not only got the two warring sides, the the the major sides to get together to talk. But it was for the first time in two years that got them to agree to swap prisoners. We asked his Shaam L O Macy about it on Friday. You remember you were talking about him. He said something that Yemenis keep telling me don't get too excited about this. We need to curb our enthusiasm only need to set the Lok speculations. They're not peace talks that political consultations that basically try to Joe a framework to resume the peace talks, his, Sean, as you know, was a prisoner of the group that controls the Yemeni capital, the Hutus y'all and they're finally talking with the Yemeni government. That's an exile. The old Yemeni government the wants to be in power again. And that's a that Saudi Arabia's backing, yes. With support from the US. So the Saudis are at the talks, the US is watching it very closely. So what good could come of these talks confidence building measures Martin Griffiths? He's the UN envoy. He says that he. Has a plan for a diplomatic settlement for the next round of talks. Yes. So that seems like it's a good start. But while people are very optimistic and Sweden. People in Yemen are still pretty divided like this woman that I talked to today I live in San live under the who fees clinch roll like everything is upside down. She's a middle class Yemeni. She's not starving. She's doesn't have cholera. But her life is totally ruined. And it's because of who 'they control, according to her most of the people appeared are struggling to have a normal life to have watered and fuelled and food on the table. So she's one of the lucky Yemenis, she has wifi. She has a job. But she's the exception. She said that until the fighting stops. And there's fighting going on right now today until the fighting stops conditions are just going to get worse. That's the world's Steven Snyder has been telling me about progress small progress with the war in Yemen. Thanks, very much, Steven, you're welcome..

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"san living" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"I'm not testing the universe. My girls are thirteen and sixteen in scar. I mean, mighty had a Mersa thing on her knee at some point. But, but they don't have they've been, you know, but they also like the phone solves the problem of the tunnel. And we wanted to communicate with each other and seeing each other and also and going outside because we used to you wanted to see somebody had to go see him or you had to sneak out. I was I loved. I mean, my best memories are sneaking out of my house for a couple of guys and girls when you're first God, the greatest the greatest way of living, and you don't know if I was going to show up, and you don't have any way to find out because no phone if I can see him mad to pass notes. Like, it was it was living in Nazi Germany was great a different time. But it was great nutsy Germany because you are like an separate world from adults. There There was a. was a dividing line. And in that line, you had less resources, and so you had to make do but part of that was like the in the doing of going to find people or you know, planning things where y'all we're going to go meet or going up to like, I remember there was Dwight Merriman is going to jump Phoenix lake. Lake on a bike any and all, but he wasn't. There was a part where they built a ramp, and they were gonna jump over like, a, you know, a significant little, you know, part of the labor owes narrows. And of course, the thing fell down. And you know, it was it was exactly that exactly. That that movie that kid from San live, man, you know. Oh, yeah. Hot rod hot. Rod is exactly that we lived it. It was a Saturday night. Yeah. Yeah. He's going to jump the lake and we all went up. There was a whole bunch of kids the whole school was there. No, watch this guy. You know snake canyon? Love evil knievel and all that meeting. My friend. God. Yeah. He lived a few houses down the street from me was Paul, and we decided to make a mall, the tough cocktail. I maybe ten. Yeah. And we went in his garage. And all we knew to do was put gasoline in a empty bottle. Ten year olds are in a garage. Yes. Poor gasoline Irag. Yeah. And then we we didn't know you had to actually break it. So we went out in his driveway. We put it on the driveway, which was a fairly steep driveway. We lit the rag and then ran away in hidden some bushes to watch it explode as soon as the rag went into the bottle nothing. And we're like, oh, this is horsh it and Paul went out and kicked the bottle over and it broke and fucking fire. Went everywhere. God hold driveway was fire, Iran, Iran, like across the street hidden some bushes while he goes. Poured box that was flattened out. And like, Pat, dotted the fire out. I look that's why started started hanging out with trying to find girls all the time. I'm like boys are stupid. Boys will die like like, that's the thing. And I don't know what kids do anymore, and I don't know if that kind of thing still goes on. But we, you know, you're always finding someone to find a rocket fire a rocket off and we've got fire rocket. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Like, I, you know, somebody had a m eighty and we're going to blow up a cat or we're going to blow up a mailbox. I a friend of mine. I remember we they these guys were fucking crafty..

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"san living" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"To sleep in kale JAMA's because all you need is a decade more to catch not only the greatest wide receiver ever. But in my opinion, probably the greatest player in NFL history is Jerry Rice and to give you some sense of how Grady is think of how good Larry FitzGerald has been for fifteen years. He's been great for fourteen of the fifteen, and he'd need another. Decade of that to catch Jerry Rice. I dunno if kill pajamas worth it, but something to aspire too. You know, it's funny about that because my wife's vegan now and I like to eat right, and I take it seriously and I deeply care about it because I want to live long and I have young kids, but I gotta tell you something at the end of the night. Sometimes I just want chicken wings and a beer and my body doesn't care limit. My body now is saying, I want chicken wings and beer, and the other part of my brain San lived to be ninety eight and I'm like, I don't wanna be old ninety eight. I'm gonna go to about seventy seven and call it quits. Know my grandmother lived to be ninety four and she always told me not to get old. So whatever that means, but she did not eat kale. She told you not to get it done, get whatever you do don't get old. Yeah. So I mean at seventy seven, it's like, I'm just going to eat a bag of chicken wings and whatever it does to quick. Quits. I respect the the determination and discipline. It takes to be vegan, but yeah, but you know what? As much as I love my wife, we go out to eat and it's, you know, it's a process. Can I replace this with this and this with that and this with that and I'm like an easier doing California. Oh, God. Can you imagine being a Cincinnati? Yeah, Kansas City might have a little trouble. I think Kansas City. You would struggle to be vegan, Cincinnati, LA. It's pretty easy and still a lot of work, so congrats Larry FitzGerald and don't worry about Josh Rosen. It's gonna be okay. Don't freak out. Jared. Goff was. As it was calling him a bus, Jared Goff look lost. And Jared Goff was a pack twelve guy and didn't have mobility and was tall and was thin and didn't have a massive chess and didn't look like a great athlete got rolled over by people, and then he got a left tackle. Then he got a good center. Then he got the right coach in coordinator, the grandma deep threat. You wake up and you're like, oh, he can play so much. Football's coaching, some baseball managers, analytics guys upstairs are doing the work football. It's about coaches blazing five next hour to Friday. This is the herd. Wherever you may be in. However, you may be listening live in Los Angeles iheartradio Fox, Sports, radio f s one later.

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"san living" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"To sleep in kale JAMA's because all you need is a decade more to catch not only the greatest wide receiver ever. But in my opinion, probably the greatest player in NFL history, Jerry Rice. And to give you some sense of how Grady is think of how good Larry FitzGerald has been for fifteen years. He's been great for fourteen of the fifteen, and he'd need another day. Decade of that to catch Jerry Rice. I dunno if kill pajamas worth it, but something to aspire too. You know, it's it's funny about that. 'cause my wife's vegan now and I like to eat right and I take it seriously and I deeply care about it because I want to live long and I have young kids, but I gotta tell you something at the end of the night, sometimes just want chicken wings and a beer and my body doesn't care limit. My body now is saying, I want chicken wings and beer, and the other part of my brain San lived to be ninety eight and I'm like, I don't wanna be old ninety eight. I'm gonna go to about seventy seven and call it quits. You know, my grandmother lived to be ninety four and she always told me not to get old. So whatever that means, but she did not eat kale. She told you not to get it done, get whatever you do don't get old. Yeah. So I mean at seventy seven, it's like I'm just gonna eat a bag of chicken wings and whatever it does to the quick quits. I respect the the determination and discipline. It takes to be begin. But yeah, but you know what? As much as I love my wife. You know, we go out to eat and it's, you know, it's a process. Can I replace this with this and this with that and this with that and I'm like easier doing California. Oh, man. And being a Cincinnati? Yeah, Kansas City might have a little trouble. I think Kansas City. You would struggle to be vegan, Cincinnati, LA. It's pretty easy and still a lot of work, so congrats Larry FitzGerald and don't worry about Josh Rosen. It's going to be okay, don't freak out. Jared. Goff was. It was calling him a bus. Jared, Goff look lost. And Jared Goff was a pack, twelve guy and net mobility and was tall and was thin and didn't have a massive chess and didn't like a great athlete got rolled over by people. And then he got a left tackle. Then he got a good center. Then he got the right coach and coordinator. The grabbed him deep threat. You wake up and you're like, oh, he can play so much. Football's coaching, some and baseball managers. Analytics guys upstairs are doing the work football. It's about coaches what's up everybody. John middlekauff renowned podcast on Colin coward podcast network. If you like college, Joe, you will like mine. I talk on a football this week. Got a big show through brief breaking records Jerry Jones, Jason Garrett. How long will that last Mike McCarthy era, Roger relationships falling apart. Again, you can listen where ever you.

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"san living" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Yeah, it's you have no ability to change this at all and they and they use and the only way you see the state is awful. Karuk coercive, just boot. And of course, no wonder a lot of them end up becoming like info wars conspiracy guys, because that makes sense. And like the state is a concept is just a single fucks within, like, I remember that that Bundy ranch guy who killed those cops in Las Vegas. I don't know if anybody remembers him and his girlfriend who dressed up like the joker Harley, Quinn Las Vegas strip. They shot to that. Yeah, they shot two cops at cici's pizza dropped Gadsden flag on the bodies and then ran into a WalMart where by the way they killed a guy with a gun. Okay, dude, who is there? And he was concealed carry? He saw the guy. He's not active shooter engage, and he didn't know that the girl was there with him and she blew away. Okay. And then they ended up dying in shootout with the cops. These this guy like his life story. I think he's from Ohio in the mid west. Fit shitty schools. His only in inner counter with the government was that he kept getting arrested for pot. Yeah, all the time and it like fucked his life up and totally robbed him of as ability to really do anything besides just sort of scrape by and even when he started getting better at that, something else would happen. He'd get not the square one. That's the state. Of course. It's like troll by reptile Rothschilds or whatever the fuck while in the thing that like that thing about it is that like that's why it makes me crazy. When these like rich liberal type people go on Twitter and talk about like these poor people are voting for Donald Trump and stuff in your, they don't vote because who would they who would vote for? Like if if I don't make, if you make, you know twenty five thousand dollars a year. You don't. You don't care who's the president. Shit who's president twenty grand a year drives a fuck. They're trying to leave the house without getting all their assets season fucking cage for decades. Over Trump and it's like, you wanna know why they did because ever since he got the nomination till now, the establishment attempt to undermine Trump is emphasize that he's not one of us. He's not part of the establishment. And so it's like, yeah, you mean the fucking Astles who make my life shit and like contribute everything that makes it hard for me to live. You're saying he's the opposite. If you guys that he's the total antithesis of everything you are. Is that what you're saying? I might have to give this guy look and you're buying. I mean, they're buying a ham for fifty cents a pound. She's carving it up and selling it for six dollars a pound and doesn't have enough fucking money to eat a fucking ham sandwich on break in borrows, a few slices that are going to go in the trash anyway. They waste food. Yeah, the food, all the garbage dumpsters in locked. Fishing distribution of resources. That's what you get this. This is such a. Oh my God. That Ohio struck me keep having. Recently. We've had board were episodes for just talking and without us knowing it, we're just like slowly walking into an abyss. Yeah. Yeah, that's your whole thing. Now is we got a call in show where people say, my boss is ripping me off and fucking me over and it's like, oh, well, let's make this funny. Let them Let's laughing. have laugh at that. I funny we my idea like for our Columbus episode San's live show was like, let's watch your movie and make fun of it and like, look, you see wise just to that, which is talk about anything at all that happens. And I'm really the human condition is just pure Thawra -tarian misery. You give anyone powered all tonight. In middle October, that's a little disturbing. Also, like the weird thing is is like, you can spend all night like you're going to spend probably three days here and you're barely going to like see things about the police where, like the thing that shocked me the most about getting New York is when you're about fifteen miles out in New Jersey. There's like flags for the police department. There's police graffiti all over the place, at least at least the police are up front there because like this and suck here. This neighborhood, this development, they built this in the sixties..

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"san living" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on EconTalk

"So an aside here is this is a a lot of people believe we cut. Tax rates raise more revenue. I don't think that's true in America at the current level of tax, but there is a level of tax which have said high enough, a reduction can increase revenue through this mechanism which is to get rid of the black market and have people make legal activities that are now taxable. Yeah. I mean, it was extremely keen. I mean, he was a British civil servant so he was he was extremely keen. The people pay that taxes and put a lot of foot into enforcement bought in his head. The could breakway was the level which created natural encouragement to to do the right thing rather than to to the black market. And I think time and time again, when he acted on these things, he he, he had the result you've just mentioned. I think it's also interesting. He, you know, he, the, you'll, you'll GDP pulling out again. He will get an of his ideas simply by wondering around listening to people. He, he had a lotta friends in various communities, Chinese, Asian, Indian on British in Hong Kong, and he would listen to the shoes, the. Happening in would develop policy on that in many ways, RAV of an principles he loved going back to first principles. Why would someone behave the way they are? And once he could, he could work out, you know how to regulate not regulate how to tax not tax. I think you're right. There's a Hong Kong, a story of having a very FOSS crying revenues really across all of the major tax areas at very relatively low levels attacks. The next example is from his view of parkings, which I enjoyed immensely. Here's the quote. He was concerned that providing government car parking spaces at below, their full cost would stifle the construction of private parking. Indeed, he was worried that that was already happening and he wintered if it was preventing private capital from any in the needs of the growing car, owning public, noting that quote, one trouble is when government gets into a business, it tends to make it uneconomic for anyone else. You you continue on this relatively minor issue combined a fairly detailed knowledge of the economics of car parking with some insights into the effect of government involvement. He had no problem applying his broader framework to specific issues, primos cleared that the government did not need to involve itself in car-parking, and if it did because the ownership of land in full market price should be charged. Yeah. I mean, that was his way of dealing with things he would. He would really. He had a set of philosophy that I think derise from classically canal mix and understanding why people behave the way they do, and he would then apply it in great detail whether that be compo king. I, I remember one budget. He started going on about sports facility that building completely trivial thing where he, he could. He had some feel for the numbers of what it costs to build and different spec levels that you could have. I mean, he he dived into these things, but he he was really always trying to get a bottom up sense of the underlying microeconomics. How does this work out of people pay? What are the costs if the government's involved? What happens? How does distort incentives? Does it distort capitalization? He, he was very interested in in trying. To work his way through that, how small the issue. I mean, sometimes they'll see it was much bigger issues on macroeconomic things, but but he was absolutely happy delving down into cop king and the like in the last quote, because this is just such an example, the conomic way of thinking I regard -education is a good thing, but we must still ask what a good thing costs how much we can afford and who's going to pay for it. Yeah. Can you imagine a politician. Today trying that line? Yeah, it'd be accused of not caring about the children. Now, as we, as you mentioned, compensates successor did start to measure some aspects trying to measure GDP income people gone back and we construct those measures. And if there's been an enormous transformation in Hong Kong San living over this period and subsequent to it,.

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"san living" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on Kickass News

"Do business nice place that takes your spouse nice place to go on a honeymoon for you been and a great place to have dinner. But the last place you do a startup in businesses has become the startup engine for Europe because they focused on how did they do that. And they moved from one hundred forty startups a year venture capital back to seven hundred as looted to earlier, and it's a little surprising that a country like France has a digital strategy. But here in the US we still don't have a national digital strategy. Why is that? And if we did, what would you. Like to see in that plan, we think we're the startup nation and we think that we're entitled to be the innovative nation. We're not. We're not even in the top ten according to the Bloomberg index anymore, and innovation and our startups, which used to number four to five hundred a year during the nineties and hit a peak of seven hundred. The go peo- initial public offering. We're only going to be about two hundred thirty this year, and that's up from the prior two years. We will never generate twenty five to thirty million new jobs in the next decade for your listeners and as well as replace those jobs that get displaced because of artificial intelligence and digitisation. And this we get this country to be a startup engine again. And it's something that perhaps could bring Democrats and Republicans together with a common vision and it can't be just Silicon Valley California or New York. It has to be all fifty states and which see two ventures voted to play a small role on how do you do this and our startups across all seven states all. Although it clearly be safer just to stay in California where I know the companies can backchannel anybody know the VC's. But once again, I'm trying to play a small role in helping to change the world. You're working on ways to help folks in your home state of West Virginia. Turn that state into a new hub for tech innovation that certainly seems like a better long-term strategy than just promising folks. You're gonna bring back coal jobs. Well, I think it's very important that we recognize that all Americans have a right to good job and a better standard of living than their parents and for their children. They have a better San living that they do. We're losing that and we're losing it because we're not creating enough startups across heartland of America to the central and southeast part, and it does not help. When companies in Silicon Valley say, we're going to give you a staife, and if you lose a job or criticize their political views, that's overconfidence, which does tremendous damage. And so the -bility to say, even if we bring back co jobs, it won't be. One hundred twenty five thousand. We lost. It will largely be automation in the minds and the chemical industry would not come back, but we could do startups. They're in a unique way and partner with West Virginia university and venture capital capability to maybe maybe focus on healthcare and the opioid epidemic, and to focus about how you get new generations of companies that will grow in a market's going to grow for the future, not for the past. And if that type of concept works, there's no reason that you couldn't do startups not just in every city, but startups cod very tightly to the universities in each state and get a startup community and ecosystem going there, which is what is required and maybe to do this on a scale that our nation needs. So I'm a risk taker. The president of West Virginia university. Gordon gate clearly gets it the political leadership West Virginia gets it, but Democrats and Republicans and.

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"san living" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Talk to her yes here we are this her on morning am joyce well joe i thank you very much for having me on this morning and continuing this discussion about the racism that is being led by the president of the united states of america his republican colleagues know that he's a racist they know that he's not capable of providing leadership for this country all right so we should all bed especially blacker brown's if you listen to maxine waters listened to gavin newsom black people brown people stop trying because you got any back or the huffington post systemic racism bubble by school prison blah blah blah blah blah blah blah the the it's poison and i'm angry these people and the reason angry these people's because they're selling it maxine waters rich gavin newsom is rich they're selling everyone else they're getting votes and another generation is ending up in prison or dead it's it's this ingenuous they must know on some level what's going on and not a this is not a defense of trump and or the lack of racism which by the way is me a skill compared to what you hear if you turn on the news or how it would affect you on a on a daily basis if in fact you're or it's the same with females like the target on your back like amy schumer is up there on san live explaining about how tough it is to be a woman.

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"san living" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"san living" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"But i've done it many times and i was able to do it in like two three minutes just boom boom boom boom by did it like two days ago i'm done i'm said i'm ready to go i got the tiebreaker and i can't wait it's a lot of fun i don't think i've ever wanted i was year last year it didn't give me anything just first place gets most of it second might get their money back but it's like a little mini lottery it's it's no different from going into a seven eleven and giving some getting some of those tickets now you actually have a chance you have a chance to win yeah you have like a one in thirty chance to win you guys don't this year but this year i'm gonna win it all yeah yep wise i are you going all four number ones nope this big proclamation goes i will win it all okay that's how comfortable i am calling it regular strategy i don't want to give it to you nobody is restricted yes okay it's not the four number ones no well yeah i mean whatever it is we'll patiently wait we'll talk about it when i my victory sam all jams in the studio from pennsylvania joining bugsy from us vegas and bufallo blew the internet sensation also chilling here with us between the three of them they're rooting for what eight teams something like that you're rebels say north carolina north carolina rebels lehigh saint john's villain the east coast dude i spend i found out that i think i'll hear that brooklyn's on the house our team order rico like i found a san live same streets of brooklyn is me too earlier so yeah he's he's got the brooklyn cred.

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"san living" Discussed on Republic Of Avalon Radio

Republic Of Avalon Radio

03:49 min | 8 years ago

"san living" Discussed on Republic Of Avalon Radio

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