23 Burst results for "Seventeen Twenty Seventeen"

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Core Confidence Life

Core Confidence Life

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Core Confidence Life

"That does happen. Yeah absolutely so when you came out of the army. What was it like for you to re adapt to society. And then what was your next step. Ooh man so the first day i got out the army was. I believe it was august. Seventeen twenty seventeen man. It was a friday. And i woke up. I took my little boy daycare. You know just a normal day taking the daycare as i give back home. You have a play grand theft auto and beat all the missions Kind kinda light rome the streets this like i don't know what to do. I'm used to being at work right now. So i'm in into mall. Nobody's moms in starbucks is drinking starbucks by myself. Seat cross hill went to the gym wall. Worked out you know. I was kinda lost. I was very lows in the only thing that i felt like you know could help my life for help me find purpose was coming back mobile. You know. I had my son interest in junior with me. He lived with his mom. Was in romania You know just let him get to know his decide his family. You know all right so eventually you re adapted to society so how long did that take and how was that for you well. It's still a still a process to this day. You know. I really like. I said when i was eighteen when i left to go to the army and i spent a year so like it's still a process right now. Still find myself you know yearning for that that army thing you know mrs so much. It's hard not not to go back but you come this far. I graduated college in china. Get on his track to be somebody you know in is hard go back. You know what i mean. Yeah definitely so as far as getting a job or career going out. The out of the army. I go about that is not really hard to get a job. After army is resume is resume professional. That there who could write your resume like you hug in ran the country at one point sounds so you know you apply and when they see army owner now that you can get an interview so it's really hard to get a job..

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NFC West: Who will unseat the 49ers?

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

05:45 min | 1 year ago

NFC West: Who will unseat the 49ers?

"So glad to be joined by Candace Silva of the rams wire as we go around the NFC west try to figure out who's going to unseat the forty Niners if they can be unseeded at the top of the division cam covers the the rams the rams who apparently are the hot bat right now to win the Superbowl at thirty to one what the hell's going on their camp yeah apparently they were the most popular Super Bowl bet of the last I think there's some were the bachelor come in anywhere on the rams won the Superbowl which is surprising because they've done nothing in the past okay two months to really bolster their claim as a Super Bowl contender in it's been a rough offseason for them so they got a bounce back in to see them as a Super Bowl favorite or not people will favor but to see so many people jumping on the bandwagon for them to win the Superbowl surprising I mean obviously they were just in the Super Bowl now might about a decade ago by our current time frame standards but it was two seasons ago and they still have the same quarterback they still have the same head coach where has it gone wrong we know what happened last year it in fact but if if people are buying in why would you say don't hi this is biggest issue right now I was really surprised that they essentially ignored the the office of identity try to remake it or bring in much talent really on the opposite line this offseason they refinance or what works best it brought back Austin blight who could play guard and center I'm so really they're sticking with the same group that they had last year there's a lot of competition really the only position that sat on the opposite wanted at left tackle with what danger what work right but the other four spots where they're gonna be competitions with Bobby Evans and rob Stein at right tackle Austin Blake and Bryan Alexander in the guard position is kind of just a mishmash of players who are relatively unproven at the NFL level so I would say that's the biggest issue switching Todd Gurley out for can makers they hope is going to be an upgrade at least hopefully in the in the explosiveness department because we do the regular Todd Gurley last season and he kind of seems like he's past his prime with the old me injury in right usage so they hope that with the improved often combined with these guys developing the younger guys and then a a better run game they're going to hopefully get back to their roots from the twenty seventeen twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen season that also supplying plan doesn't seem like a very good one considering that they're in a division with the forty Niners who I don't think I'm being a Homer here by saying that they have a pretty darn good defense of line like that that might not be a good match up for them yeah that's one of the best defensive line principality and you're gonna have it you're gonna have such a us a big mismatch every time that these teams square off because the defense of life for forty third San Francisco so good you got Nick Bosa all the guys on the interior Erik Armstead so there's gonna be tough match ups all across the front when these teams square off twice a year and you're not gonna want to right now in blocking these guys or Bobby Evans are often blight it's it's gonna be a tough match up for all these guys what's M. brings us to the cornerback what what went down with Jared Goff I mean I don't know what it was it all just smoke and mirrors in that Super Bowl season was he figured out I mean there there's been plenty of arguments I've seen a lot of smart people say listen as soon as Matt Patricia showed how to basically not bite on the play action it was game over for the rams they still made the Super Bowl but last year was not great is there any realistic expectation around the rams that they can make it jump now with you know maybe acres and there is the full time running back yeah I I wouldn't say your golf was just smoke and mirrors in twenty eighteen I thought he was a legitimate MVP candidates for most that season and then they kind of have that by the crazy Monday Night Football game against the chiefs and ever since then he's just more grass than not been the same player it was it was he was really terrible on play action last season which was a surprise but again that goes back to the office of line you just didn't have time to to get to a second read he didn't have time to to turn his back to the defense on these armies clashing passes so that a big impact but he's a player who I know they gave them a hundred thirty four million dollars but at this point in his career he doesn't seem like someone who's going to really master the issues of the rest of the offense it's not can overcome terrible off in one place so for him in the rams to really bounce back it's going to take an improvement on the offensive line golf getting back to how he was playing in twenty eighteen and then that running game coming alive and that seems like a lot of that on because it's it's everything coming together as a cohesive unit but I mean with the talent that they do have they still look really good receivers with concocting Robert wood acres and Henderson at running back our promising and golf if he if he lives up to his contracting really pleased the way the FHS quarterback showed the ram should bounce back nicely I like Henderson he came out of Memphis right yep yep he he really was under utilized last year yeah they were kind of well I wouldn't say stubborn sticking with elderly but he just didn't get many opportunities but when he did when he did get some chances he showed his show computer production yeah if you could once against the forty Niners last season to worry bounced off a few tackles and I mean he he's a smaller guy he runs hard and he he he also I'm interested to see how they utilize them with Cammy Kerr's

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The Return on Investment Grant Question

Nonprofit Everything

04:23 min | 1 year ago

The Return on Investment Grant Question

"Okay Andy Andy we are going we are to going need to to need file to file a couple a of couple extensions of extensions for our for form our form nine ninety nine ninety and we and have we grant. have Our grant. of teas Our of were teas responding were responding to that are to asking that are asking for our for most our current most current form. form. We expect We expect we'll have our we'll have twenty our nine twenty thousand nine nine hundred thousand ninety nine hundred ninety by the end by of the the end year of the year if not if a bit not sooner. a bit sooner. What do we do What in do the we meantime? do in the meantime? Is there anything Is there else anything we else can we or can should or do should to ensure do to this ensure doesn't this doesn't make our organization. make our organization. Look bad Look to bad the funder. to the funder. No No I think I think in this in this situation situation I think funders I think are funders probably are probably going to be going to be okay okay with that. with that. I mean I mean most most organizations organizations extensions extensions before they're before nine nine they're hundred nine anyway. nine hundred anyway. They just sort They of just do sort it of as do a matter. it as Of a matter. course Of course so that so they can that they make can sure make that they sure don't that they accidentally don't accidentally miss the deadline miss the deadline and get in and trouble. get in trouble. If it's asking If it's for asking your most for your recent most ninety recent ninety send them send the most them the recently most recently fired ninety fired ninety if it takes if you it a takes super you long a super time long to get time to it to get this time. to it this time. I think I you're going think to be okay. you're going to be okay. I I Look I Look look at I ninety look at ninety sometimes sometimes and I do and have I questions do have questions like in just like normal in just years normal if years somebody if takes somebody a really takes a really long time long time to get to it filed get it filed it makes me it makes me makes me makes wonder me wonder like like what are you what actually are you doing. actually It's doing. not It's that not hard. that hard. I mean it's a lot I mean of it's work a lot of but work it's not but like it's an not absurd like an amount absurd of work. amount of work. Plus Plus it happens it every happens year every so year you should so probably you should pre probably prepared pre prepared for it for it so so you know. you know. Just follow Just the instructions. follow the instructions. The most The recent most ninety recent s ninety s filed filed so so well. well. So So but I'M GONNA but I'M I'm GONNA GonNa ask I'm GonNa you ask something you something so you so talk you about. talk about. Gosh Gosh might raise might questions raise questions if it's a if really it's a really long time long time like period like of period time of until time until they get it filed they get it filed in a in normal a normal normal normal years that years don't that have don't pandemic have pandemic with them with so. them I'm so. curious I'm curious to know to know what what that that like. Do like. you Do have you have a recommendation? a recommendation? About what About becomes what becomes too long. too long. Like what Like is a what normal is a normal amount amount of time? of time? So if So I'm if if I'm I'm looking if up I'm looking ninety up ninety s for whatever s for reason whatever and reason it's like and so it's now like so now we're in the middle we're in of the middle twenty of twenty twenty roughly twenty roughly right so right I so would I expect would to expect see a twenty to see a eighteen twenty or eighteen two thousand or nineteen two thousand nineteen ninety. ninety. Those were the Those be were the the the be two the that the I would two expect. that I would expect. If I saw If two thousand I saw seventeen two thousand seventeen I would say I why. would say Are why. We still Are We looking still at looking twenty? at Seventeen twenty? Seventeen thousand ninety. thousand ninety. I mean there I mean there there should be there a two should thousand be eighteen a two thousand by eighteen now by now so that so would that be my question would be my question like like if if it's either it's going to either be this going year to be this or year last or year last it's year two years it's ago two years then ago it's probably then it's probably too long. too long. And so And maybe so maybe Andy Andy like. Maybe like. that's Maybe also that's also I mean. I I mean. think I that think totally that totally is is answers. answers. The question The question but I guess but I'm I also guess I'm thinking also thinking if if because we because don't know we don't know I mean exactly I mean exactly it sounds it like sounds it's just like the it's two just thousand the nineteen two thousand nineteen behind behind on but on I but know I there's a lot know of there's organizations a lot of organizations that get really that get behind really behind sometimes sometimes on the nine nine on the hundred nine nine hundred and and I would I say would say if if if it is if something it is like something a twenty-seven like a twenty-seven feels feels like it's excessively like it's excessively long long like we're like a couple we're a years couple years past past due due or few or years few past years do past do I mean if I mean there's if room there's room on the grant on the grant proposal proposal maybe maybe there's there's maybe you maybe can put you can a quick put paragraph a quick paragraph or a few or sentences a few sentences just trying just trying if if those aren't those going to incriminate aren't going to incriminate you further you further right but right if you but have if you have I mean I mean there's the there's caveat the caveat and if you and don't if have to you don't lie have about to lie it about but my it point but my is point is like is if is you like if if you there's a good if there's explanation a good explanation for it for it perhaps perhaps just even just making even note making note saying saying we expect we expect any day any to day have to our have whatever our whatever twenty twenty whatever whatever year it is year it you is know you know a nine a hundred nine ninety hundred ninety here here and as soon and as as we soon get as it. we We'll get update it. We'll our update files our files like something like something as a funder as a funder would make me would feel make me better feel that they better at least that they acknowledged at least acknowledged it versus it versus like that's like business that's business as usual as usual and and things things around every around year every too year so too even if so you even file if you a bunch file of extensions a bunch of extensions I mean even. It's I like mean even. this It's like this even with our even personal with our personal taxes taxes right. Yeah right. Yeah they they move the move extension the extension out to July. out to July. But that doesn't But mean that doesn't next mean year next year to to like you still like have you still to do have it again to do it starting again in starting January. in January. So all. You're So doing all. You're doing you're compressing you're compressing the pain. the pain. It is It just is just over a over rip. a rip. Just get it Just over get at it the over band at the off band get it off over get with it over and with and and and and the and the you know you know what's what's legitimate legitimate reason for reason having for a having two thousand a seventeen two thousand seventeen ninety ninety at this point at this it's point like it's like The building The building burned down burned down a lot of a lot files. of files. Were in it. Were I'm trying in it. to think I'm trying of why to think of you why with you with manny manny reason. reason. Yeah Yeah I mean I mean have have you know maybe you know maybe so so are are the the the. Cfo the. Cfo was actually was actually indicted indicted for fraud for fraud And stole And a bunch stole of money a bunch from of money us and from it's us taking and it's taking a longer a time longer to untangle time to untangle what they did what they did I mean. I think I mean. there I think could there be legitimate could be legitimate reasons reasons that you that might have you an might old have nine an old ninety nine ninety but not but not not a whole not lot a whole lot of them of them that you really that you want really want and probably and not probably things not you wanna things put you in wanna writing put in either. writing I either. mean that I would mean be a that little would embarrassing be a little embarrassing to even talk to even about talk the about Frie- the Frie- yeah. It's yeah. probably It's not probably going to help. not Your going to case help. Your case happens happens but yeah but I yeah I wouldn't WanNa wouldn't talk WanNa about talk it about it

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Point one FM I think my familiarity with the Paul Sinclair's work comes mainly from videos a documentary and other interviews that he's done that have been posted on YouTube and other social media where he goes into considerable detail he's written three books truth and proof one two and three that you can get him on kindle over here but it's kind of harder it's harder to get solid physical copies but the the stories that are available online on social media are pretty spooky stuff they the range of activity is very reminiscent of skinwalker ranch just the types of different activity and then some of the stories that Paul has been sharing the the story about seeing these two really big yellowish eyes that same thing happened at skinwalker ranch at what the rancher who was on the property shot at this thing that had the big yellow eyes and it fell out of a tree left a footprint in the snow at the bottom of the tree that took off the idea of seeing this heavily muscled hygiene atop the type thing that happened at skinwalker this hyena creature you had these long slashing claws and attacked the ranchers horses of the fact that you take a TV camera or other equipment out there it fails that that's happened multiple times there as well the just the range of activity and then the mutilations a Paul could you tell us what it is about Bampton what do you think it might be that would attract all these different kind of phenomena to one location I will I'll attempt to work the judge yet upbeat I think the location is key just like skin Walker just like other places around the the world and if it's a local idea to stick a pin in the map what I'm researching you would say Benson and states and which is a mile away seems to be whether because of the activity as well he does not he seems to have a ripple effect and when when we will call it the magic when the exotic sciences on folding insult everybody so stone into into the what you've got the epicenter but then it would be sort of ripples out to you do you get remnants of strangeness occurring in and around the immediate area is that's that's what I think because I've noted it and they didn't hit me in the face straight away when I was doing the research you want to look into these things are you looking for some reason when you look about a day of mutilation all the sheep milk collection which is not nice things I don't relish the thought of that talking about these things but if he sees real it's happening the photographs prove it's happening I mean you haven't seen books three George Bush the bulk of the detail about about what was happening there seventeen twenty seventeen eighteen Ellington nineteen is in book three book for them yeah one thing seems to contradict another but I think I think the underlying facts the reason that there's multiple nomina Arian well that is likely to have slipped from the the rate actually say for so long everybody in the local community of people do know that these things are happening doing all things are occurring nobody connects eight today because they are so detached from one another meaning if the rock candles will push the three to four hundred foot cliff said Benson states an informer a CD like that I've been documenting for decades to be honest we will chat soon the intelligent life forms now if they see them they don't want to connect the cryptid sightings there looking out to see that lead on an evening after work and then they have issued leaflets on the incredible really great guys because there's a sheer drop in there after catching fish all year round the most of the year they're not looking for anything else so they see the lights they talk about the music and with the advent of social media you get different fishing forums cross referencing each other and say look you know would be offensive machine on usual life and you've got seventy six miles away down the coast you know we've just seen them and I'm always going over the coast and we've we're seeing them also and there's no explanation for but they're not going to link the cryptid sightings they'll be a fireman's fund some get live stock absolutely decimated in unusual circumstances he's not going to go contacting the rock countless unstable skews me but what he lacks present the other nights all of all the paratrooper who saw the the the level of concrete should be high enough that he's not going to it's not going to look any further that water that was a one off site single but sort of unique for him you know so everything so they should join to George and that doesn't bode it doesn't look like it connects HIV does not connect does it does by location so location is the key I found out about the the strangeness that was happening long cliff will call it quits lane that was one of the chapters because the only way down to the flicks from Benton is biased with lighting and a guy comes up to me eighteen I think it was June of twenty twenty seventeen to say that he'd be walking up the ladies a single track road the only two properties on this line the trouble for a mile I need to look over into a P. feel the peacock and the day before he won't miss late every day I need to stress they've done it for twenty odd years this is not some newcomer to the area under the perfect triangle in the pre trial the triangle of the sorts of dispatched outlet is just brown soil if it wasn't that the day before so machine the next day and until coming we're not talking all this means that there's a UFO or anything what's up sure enough I took some photographs of this and then the following day I went to the extremely about five in the morning I can't remember exactly I'm not a soil sample since a Geiger counter on it there's not there's no readings from this this trial sample book then we will we'll we're also told that on the twenty fifth of June June the twenty eight springs to mind rodia was found just after explaining to the side of the field and it had a three inch round hole in the side now the interesting part about this is that it's easy hi to give analogies that did the study won't like that about the size of the hole boiler flue would go through with a crisp round hole what costs are rising I didn't get pictures of this I'm not one of these people was going to say I've got pictures because I didn't get into this what I've got loads of all the other livestock which in book three so hold on to that date the twenty it was the twenty eighth of June then I was told that the old R. F. base which is all in close proximity and closed in nineteen sixty eight stroke seventy obvious Benson it was a way that they sent the operated leg after the cold would give during the Cold War someone walking early morning on the way looks over to the base of those guys with the three guys in full flight suits masks and everything big vehicle that looked like a huge white campsite vehicle popped up in the distance and the the such a sweeping the banks that should be no reason this only tackle on that basis there's nothing about anybody in the UK was thinking of his attorney I really need to say now that I would discourage anybody going on the basics it's quite dangerous the big underground facility that's all sealed off now but I just thought I would say not been later in the month George we got a report from a woman walking the dogs between Benton and speak to them she saw a triangle of black small black triangular shaped object well what I found interesting about recycling and with only twenty seventeen Ellis knows what it is I'm trying to bring you through the timeline if you if you need to stop me at any point do it she said she got to look over the top of the cliffs and because these are three to four hundred booklets and she could see it in the past the cold when it looked like blood tests long and notes and visible signs of windows or anything no sound she just saw it as it passed through by the close of the Dixie number one took the clips and that was her sight seeing later in the moments in the moment filter July I got called by a guy called Dave behind lives in Brampton he said this is really strange vehicles parked in in around the soccer fields and access again I said I really want to get a look at some so I did the drive open took a camera with me and has I'm driving I'm snapping pictures of this vehicle it was a it was a Dodge Dodge ram you might get the corrective action a Dutch legend American vehicle with German number plates and had a huge green box on the back of it at the end and not to raise that issue it was it was different at the dish to go how did signs on the side of it and I got photographs of stuff down there in there in one of the books I think they're in a good book I saw these photographs and if you know someone else who took an interest some magazine that's for sale in the UK on newsstands I think he said forces monthly somebody else's a took a picture of one of these vehicles are laughing what they were and the general opinion of the people who run the magazine will that they could have been at some annually to surface to air missile emulates has both the will and Sheila so so we've got these vehicles around around when the strangeness what's happening shall we say and then a guy goes with me George quite regularly to the cliff tops is it is a great guy go guide Bob brown yes he expressed an interest if you wanted to go to C. R. F. Benson the perimeter she was saying on the base so we went up there this evening and while little that I get a phone call and the guy describing to these doctors just being driving home interest between flood manically scold gasket on the walls and you see a black UFO with a resolute posting line Philly so it doesn't explain along the cliff tops is difficult kind of call in later booking he just flew one common thread because there's also said there's an unusual American vehicle parked in the field with a big green box on it in addition the top so I thought well that's interesting you know we've gotten for the UFO report a random UFO recall some say eight miles away in one and then we got this vehicle that show no so we're talking about and you decide to walk back and I'm I'm sort of looking out to save I'm not gonna say three lights on the per se three of anything guys is going to create a triangle but these look quite equal actual very big and I don't think in the depth of water that would go anything that big could be warm objects above me to stress that even though they were equally spaced last week we could see them and he couldn't see what it and put stress you awaken for cataract operation and he couldn't see them this is why I'm a bit younger than Bob so I said I'm gonna get down as close as I can so I'm looking at the parallel off the land if you catch me up when I did and I took photographs of them which withdrawal which should be shown the not just idle words and that will go down to the spotted and Julian sure enough we could see them eat on believably ability some common folk the camera and he got better photographs on the phone but.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"For seven point five million dollars so he's basically be on the roster it's eight point five nine I'm not even talking about moving on from the money I'm saying top moving on from him being a big part of my offense no longer can I count on that yeah you need someone there to be able to play in produce for the offense I'm with you he may not be able to be moved off the roster right you need to find a solution for someone to play yeah they they have got the I even if he looks good he said two surgeries in twelve months so nobody knows he this guy that showed up on Saturday before the wild card game I can't go right but I mean this is when you have knowledge of your employee and you talk to him and you see how he interacts with trainers and but you still don't know if they start getting hit we had core muscle surgery he was slow last year I can find out if the slow I can find that out but he can look quick and they get hit Google you guys is something wrong it just doesn't feel right now son of a that's why I'm I'm all in the go get whoever it is hunter Henry Austin Hooper Erin Keever whatever their scouts tell them is the right move that's up up to them but I would address it you know what's depressing about this listing to you to talk instead of the bear spending this offseason to get better the bears are spending this offseason fixing Ryan pace's mistakes yeah he mismanaged the tight end position so dramatically he drafted the wrong quarterback so instead of us getting the pieces that put us over the top to win the Super Bowl like most contending teams do we're just spending the time in the money fixing his errors and speaking of that we'll get to it coming up but did you see with the athletic did they did they did it twenty seven NFL draft read twenty seventeen twenty seventeen yeah NFL draft redo and the bears are sitting at three and we know there's two really good quarterbacks that might be because we'll get to that will let you know what the board said we'll do that as well what do you think right pace is top priority is this offseason are you with me that if you don't fix the O. line it doesn't matter are you with Pat quarterback number one three one two three three two three seven seven six it was a cap company ESPN one thousand the first Midwest bank studio yes P. N. one thousand calls for for the game of setting the fan base even more who's doing a better job for school for men at school developing young men that are developing basketball player in the virtual menace from scent of a woman about the chinos gray line is be careful what you're developing it's called integrity things really getting them ready for man now that leaders should be made out I don't know what.

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They're still in the hunt for the for the wild card a hopeless not that good to begin with but there go all the way out to Oakland right now I things go on the west coast for the Reds and the bangles correct they're not I mean I I that that spill intended in come to town the week later the spread on that game is ten and a half not good man and I have said I was pressed in brown well those somebody will pick him up because a man good guy good guy good guy to talk to yeah but I mean you know you got to like put nobody's make it plays on the do you know so they're all running around trying to tackle people and get hurt that that run by Lamar Jackson good at you know what the Russian judge what a given him a ten did you see the video on the sideline when hardball comes up yes and he says there be little kids twenty years from now where number eight yeah and I love Jackson he goes yeah that's okay what what are we doing next coach you know what what's what's the next one yeah thank you can brew the estudiar porters approach service over local ten star heating air conditioning dealers tennis star quality you can feel in Cincinnati call Stacey heating and air solutions five one three three six seven he H. E. A. T. about the second one that now yeah you hold out there I so walked outside today said who have the air conditioning I was sixty one degrees when I walked out here at noon yes there was going to go play golf let me ask you this question since you are twenty seventeen the bangles passed on Patrick my home yeah and they passed on to Sean Watson to take what was a twenty seventeen twenty seventeen John Ross.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Com you're about to embark on an audio adventure in which nothing is off limits politics movies organized crime and the social issues that really Q. it's all on please welcome the man who all the talk show hosts want to be and all the politicians come to see live on a nine seventy the answer Frank Morocco not not not this morning not today not today it is not right Ron this guy's wrong they need to get us our personal intro I'm just not gonna happen I'm just kidding around I know that's not gonna happen to be there show which is a possibility I've been told it's murder Brian by the way Martin Bryant filling in for more on a coming up this hour we're going to have somebody who Brian's egen may want to listen to listen closely to this interview we're going to interview sites birth when I could interview you right you're gonna play Frank's interview we're gonna play Frank's interview with sy Sperling from twenty seventeen twenty seventeen he from the hair club for men now I told Brian disco ball just do that what we trying to do we're about to hear but I guess if you if you're interested in keeping your hair you might want to tune into this interview hundred percent but we have a few minutes before we have to get into these interviews when we take a phone call let's take a phone call you can call for weight eight seven seven nine seven oh two nine nine nine that's eight seven seven await seven oh two nine nine yes let's get Porcelli he's been waiting patiently he's right here all right we'll have him come in here we keep overlooking this guy he won two gives a flag or Chile es que army Mike this man is a mensch he came in here by the way it's his birthday can I just say Happy Birthday to you Sir I will not make you reveal your age thank you and please don't sing I will not please nobody wants that but you were nice enough to come in here after two hours of sleep to join us this morning and we're gonna give you some time later on in the show to kinda talk about anything you want L. ward does not guarantee it's not a guarantee that for you okay I need to make sure I get all the sign I can get okay for this guy gets any more top I see it's all about Martin right Mike you wanted to comment on the show though yeah I just be you've been getting feedback from listeners I just want to put my two cents in please do the last time we were here together was your first time hosting for Frank right Sir I hope now this is your second time yeah I hope you a second time is not your last time I I don't know I have a feeling that might be the case Hey there now people might her what I can buy it and think I was serious about that I'm joking around me and missed Porcelli here have become friends I would I would like to say I don't know he'd agree with that but I would say he's one of my new friends I second that opinion so very nice I'm glad that he thinks that because he this guy listen to this to the channel not just the show but he listened to a M. nine seventy he's a real fan of the channel he I absolutely love Sebastian Gorky was telling us earlier now we got Mr Purtell these comments do you still have you have anything else you want to add to that before we get any calls now we better get to the call this our let's get to a caller zero two that's the probe movie absolutely as we were talking a few minutes ago before we went to break about this Billboard in Times Square very controversial where our great president Donald Trump is depicted gagged and bound in being assaulted and merch city has no problem with that let's see what the callers think we have Joe in the Bronx Joe good morning your more on on the morning well hall waiting and waiting key don't don't hang up you just go well just got was that that was snoring that was what Tony back up this guy is north he's listen this guy's been on hold as long so tell you don't snore all day you're this is not even a joke this this guy is not funny is Joe has I'm hanging up on him this Joe fall the sleep effect still sleeping gel wake up can you hear me Joe is missing a big Tom does this guy's been on hold for our ovals Joe please wake up we don't want to all right five more sick leave that I thought he was I thought this was a joke joke all right we got to hang up on you wait there's some racial controversy Joe did that wake you up not that then we come up either yeah here's the likes that we like talk about the Jews wait Joe even then you know he's a sleeve Mrs up holy cow I can't believe that he didn't want to talk about the Jewish religion in any kind of way he missed he went to sleep it is unbelievable that is I think that might be a first that is ridiculous my good anyone then a let's take a break because when we come back we have a classic Frank interviews on from twenty seventeen it's Frank with sy Sperling you're not.

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is the voice of the chief touchdown. the mid told us he was warming up his vocal chords because he had a lot to cheer about yesterday and a watch that from the homes limp off the field I'm like oh god it was like the only tweet I sent out during the day and I went. from the home just limped off the field this sock now that was a sees a lot of fun to watch and then the day got I'm taped up in the tent and Audi came in they were careful when they protected him rested too much and they didn't know they won most surprising of the day I would go to Lamar Jackson I no one would have called that in the off season with the dolphins but seven of twenty three hundred and twenty four yards and five touchdowns what was the what seven of twenty seven for twenty three intern twenty four yards five TV's produce the perfect first perfect passer rating one fifty eight point three in the raven's existence and they got marquis brown in the in the draft and he proved to be great to sell I was very impressed and surprised by the ravens shocked in fact I with the ravens were able to do also surprising I did not think the cardinals were going to be good cliff Kingsbury I thought was not a good coach at Texas tech he didn't have a winning record since twenty fifteen but winning record to recruiting totally to winning records the entire time I thought he got the job because. Patrick my homes of what he has become I was surprised to see the cardinals outlook they didn't play a very and a half quarters not to interrupt you but I have to but you are Lamar Jackson was seventeen of twenty what I say seven of twenty seven I have seventeen twenty seventeen I'm sorry how do you get a perfect passer. seven seven.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Sweepstakes entrants financier Tom's dire is so wealthy he's winning that are willing to spend one hundred million dollars of his own money on a presidential campaign Mr Steiner is a former hedge fund manager who's worth better than three billion dollars about the same as president trump do you have to be filthy rich to run seems like it here's Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance Rick how do you see it I guess you know we have a couple of candidates have themselves as you know just regular guys ever not regular guys anymore so I'm thinking specifically of Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders after he left government in twenty seventeen twenty seventeen landing apartment ministration our he took some speeches he wrote a book in that a lot of money and coming in as well fifteen point five million dollars in twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen and just to put that in perspective in twenty sixteen one bag in which the vice president two bags together less than four hundred thousand dollars accident a couple of months ago he made more than a million dollars in twenty seventeen around I think five hundred and fifty thousand dollars in twenty eighteen that makes Bernie Bernie Sanders was a one person in twenty seventeen five percent in twenty eighteen also on the other end of the spectrum among these very very wealthy presidential candidate so is people to judge the mayor of south bend Indiana how does he manage to do it I'll be out of the top five candidates in the polls people judges will make that you can call rich his tax return in files.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Up being the the phony Russian disinformation that Hillary paid for. Well, that's a big problem and of Horowitz points out that they committed a premeditated conspiracy to commit fraud before the FIS, accord judges, and that it was done to spy on the Trump campaign than now they're fear is that they're becoming worried that the Justice department. Well, that's going to basically neutralize any impeachment dreams. They may have you got an internal DOJ watchdog report on the origins of the Russian probe. And that's expec. The spotlight potential political bias by agents at the heart of the Russian probe as we've been telling you, and that report is due out, soon, maybe even as soon as this month, and as late, as October could raise questions about the FBI's decision making at the time. And when Michael Horowitz, we expect that report any day, now, highly respected, by the way, from both by both parties. Then that now the entire narrative gets shift shifted in this in this case. And on top of that, you got the New York Times that literally on the one hand today is claiming they don't have a Trump bias, but you have an editorial board member with President Trump winning rave, reviews Normandy. And, you know, Elizabeth Warren shouting, that Trump should be in. Handcuffs Nancy Pelosi wants Trump in jail, the New York Times now has shoved Jerry Nadler side, they decided. Well, they'll just draw their own articles of impeachment, but. There there, the paper of record the New York Times, and so their editorial board members, some guy named Ian Philbrick said that Trump's impeachment should follow the model the Democrats plan to use against Richard Nixon article one, the Russian government engaged in a sophisticated campaign to influence the twenty sixteen presidential election may seventeen twenty seventeen especial counsel was appointed to investigate Russian interference, including any links, or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump campaign of subsequent there to Donald J Trump using the powers of his high office, engage, personally, and through his close subordinates and agents, and of course of conduct or plan designed to delay impede and obstruct the investigation. Well that's the exact opposite of what we learned. So they just making it up whole cloth. So the Democratic Party is now in the midst of you know, political impeachment fantasy based entirely on a Mullah report that never gave them what they wanted. And that was the fourth investigation into all of these things. But of course they don't look into Hillary Clinton and her dirty dossier or Hillary Clinton's rigged investigation or the crimes. She committed with the espionage act or the real obstruction of Justice that and in her case I mean it's these just insane times. We're living it. They were re this is these are not normal time. Not normal people. They're not. Well, this is this is now a psychosis, a rage in obsession and just because of few Democrats said a few nice things today. I'll tell you what's happening in news is cable news, for these lying conspiracy theory networks have gone into the. Sewer. So they keep trying to dredge it up every day. And they say tried so hard last week, they thought Muller's nine and a half minutes was Ma manna from heaven that it was. It was living waters from Jesus himself. That was literally breathing life into their soul. Food and water that the world. No, not of, but only one perfect man, and so brought them to life. Pressure. Rowling calls to start in after Robert Mueller breaks. His silence house leadership doesn't start hearings now. I believe it's hard to say.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

NO HOME FOR HEROES

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES

"Accordance within existing federal law. Lieutenant brewer status was changed killed in action on thirty October. Nineteen forty five research has traced. What is believed to be the remains of Lieutenant brewer to interment in the Marindola Italy cemetery where he was in turn as an unknown is number was listed, as unknown x one twenty five. This unknown casually was subsequently zoomed and buried in the Florence Americans military cemetery. Plot f- grow to grave twenty in Florence Italy where it lies to this very day. On June seventeen twenty seventeen an independent research team requested the assistance of the chiefs known and family charitable foundation, attempting to get the US government to disinter unknown. X one twenty five. The following details of this case have been analyzed by foundation, researchers and investigators. And we'll thank you find these very interest. A witness to the burial. X one twenty five places in airplane. Crashed near Mojo mood in ISI, Italy. And I apologize my talons a little rusty. This burial occurred on Sunday, twenty nine Kober nineteen forty four at about eleven o'clock in the morning. The witness stated that the remains were buried at the communal cemetery in row, two gray thirty in the Mojo in DC it inside the remains as being one American pilot of a single engine airplane. The remains were described by the witness as being about four kilos in weight, which is about nine pounds. The witness described the remains as being in different pieces and completely burned some in advanced carbon ization. The witness further described markings on the aircraft is reading, hey, Elsie LA de days, twenty four dash s dash ten this particular marking was a proprietary name of sheet aluminum Maher manufactured by the alco aluminum company, and introduced in nineteen thirty one it was incorporated extensively in the manufacture of American military aircraft during World War Two, and you guessed it, it was used by the North.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In all states or situations. Grow. Your money on WGN. The Dow is rising as we head into the holiday weekend. One hundred seven points. Now, the NASDAQ up twenty and the p five hundred trading better by about seven WGN sports. The cubs have opened up a four nothing lead on the Cincinnati Reds. They play this afternoon game at Wrigley field. The White Sox in action tonight. They are in Minnesota. The pre game at six thirty five first pitch at seven those white socks while I was watching a low Jimenez yesterday last night. A lot of fun, another home run. He's hit three in the last two games. And as it turns out, Landes, a pretty good team this year. Right. No is Atlanta terrible where they Atlanta, they're playing Houston said, Houston, the Astros, and the Houston's really good. Houston head and beaten Houston nine game. Maybe since the World Series I dunno ever, be twenty seventeen twenty seventeen until we just we just waxed. Him for two games. We didn't have any triple plays last night. But how about Louis Jimenez? Did you mention that Steve? I did mention that. John was really fun to watch. It was fun to watch back to the newsroom fun to listen to. Here's Lauren Lipka nothing. Any delays on the Edens right now. The Kennedy is backed up around Montrose right now, outbound to o'hara's forty six minutes, Fifty-seven, heading in out on the Eisenhower traffic picks up at western it's an hour to three ninety also about an hour into the circle. Stevenson, the traffic is heavy near central it's fifty seven to Veterans Memorial forty four on the inbound side, and it stop and go out on the Dan Ryan starting at Pershing. It's thirty two minutes to ninety fifth thirty four in with solid traffic at the Stevenson and lakeshore drive is seeing a few backups northbound near Jackson in Chicago, and southbound near north avenue for personalized traffic on demand, get the Traffix Chicago app, approved by the mortgage. Experts of team hockberg to search. T. R. A F F, I X Chicago more lap. Good WGN traffic central forecast. From the WGN Chicago weather center. Good, we're watching the severe weather downstate near Havana, and tazewell county in, in nearby tazewell county.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You. Make your appointment with dermatology association of the palm beaches. I in cancer screening today as you can never be too cautious. Harbor body. I'm CBS meteorologist Michael era. Spotty showers and thunderstorms mainly across the interior sections through mid evening. Otherwise, partly cloudy overnight with a chance for random coastal shower. Lows in the low to mid seventies spotty morning coastal showers will yield to fifty percent chance for active evening, scattered showers and thunderstorms moving closer to the coast a hot high on mother's day of ninety one from the amateur and Levin studios. Anna adjoined Levin accident. Attorney skull one eight hundred seven four seven free. That's one eight hundred seven four seven three seven three three. Now, it's Red Eye Radio. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether Europe lead or just starting your day. Welcome to the show from pilot flying j studios. This is Red Eye Radio all across America, eight six six ninety redeye he is currently and I'm Gary McNamara. Thank you so much for being here this morning just for news from the free beacon. The latest addition to Robert skater Bob beco Francis works presidential campaign team is former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer who thinks Nazis currently reside in the White House. Okay. Bob. Okay. All right. They're taking. Okay. They're taking a quote that he said in two thousand seventeen twenty seventeen this missile twenty two years later. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. Nazi anymore. Remember, he's the leader of Russia. Right. Are we still on the Nazi thing? Or is in the leader of the rush. Russians now to refresh the leader Russia. All right. Come on. Let's let's the the free beacon near headline makes it seem like newest higher says White House is run by Nazis. He said two years ago. Don't no, no. What somebody said two years ago, they got a promotion. He's now the leader of Russia right at strike. Yes. We have to everyone's job what? And and that is another Lucien two of the president. Because remember the communist fought Nazis. Yeah. Yeah. Of course..

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"On on the whole the the Cohen thing. Yeah. And the walkway and the walkaway from from North Korea. And maybe the Coen thing had something that what what is that about? Yeah. Just don't. And so at times he doesn't help his own case. But what it comes down to is as we have said. In in all these cases. We assume that everybody is lying where does the evidence league? If you want to be safe just assume everybody's lying and say where does the evidence lead? What is he accusation assume everybody's lying about everything? All right. Where's the evidence? What are the facts out there? What do we know? And as Jim Jordan finally said yesterday as we've been saying for the longest time. And hopefully, that's because I, you know, I do know somebody who's working, Mr. Jordan staff. Right. I do I believe he still is working. He just started working there last year. So and and I just what maybe that's how. May maybe that's been communicated back to Jim Jordan. Because he finally said look there is no evidence of collusion. From Donald Trump. If you want the evidence of collusion, it's in the Hillary campaign. We said that again last night. And I thought about I go, wait a minute. I know somebody's been working on staff. By younger person. But extremely smart. Extremely smart person. Right. And and I just thought about that. Because when I saw that he said, no evidence of Trump colluded with Russia, all kinds showing that the Clinton campaign did you and I just said yesterday, how come that just isn't pounded by Republicans every single day, and it should have been from the runoff from the berry all of that. But the known facts, I mean, you go back to when when was it that we that Sirkin news, John Solomon, and Sarah Carter did work at Sirkin news. The spring of was that painting seven April the twenty seventeen. Twenty seventeen. Wow. We're going on almost two years now for that. Yeah. Of what we knew documented. Lack support. Yes. And we haven't even started to we've mentioned it a couple of times, we haven't even started to ask the questions about why the fisa court. Was was was criticizing the and and redirecting the former administration going back to incidents in twenty eleven. We have no idea what the court was talking about when they were when they were implying that the administration was possibly violating the rights of citizens. Yep. So. All of these known facts aren't being debated. None of them are being debated about the Hillary campaign the DNC and their relationship to Russia. No one's even debating those. And no one's talking about them. Eight six six ninety redeye..

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So and and I just what may maybe that's how. May maybe that's been communicated back to Jim Jordan because he finally said look there is no evidence of collusion. From Donald Trump. If you want the evidence of collusion, it's in the Hillary campaign. We said that again last night. And I thought about I go, wait a minute. I know somebody's been working on staffer by. Younger. A person, but extremely smart. Extremely smart person. Right. And and talk just thought about that. Because when I saw that he said, no evidence had Trump colluded with Russia, all kinds showing that the Clinton campaign, did you? And I just said yesterday how come that just isn't pounded by Republicans every single day, and it should have been from the Barry all of that of the known facts. I mean, you go back to when when was it that we that circle news, John Solomon, and Sarah Carter did the work at Sirkin news. Spring of that painting seven April of two thousand seventeen. Twenty seventeen. Wow. We're going on almost two years now for that. Yeah. Of what we knew documented. Lacks Pfizer court. Yes. And we haven't even started to we've mentioned it a couple of times, we haven't even started to ask the questions about why the Pfizer court was was was criticizing the and and redirecting the former administration going back to incidents in twenty eleven. We have no idea what the court was talking about when they were when they were implying that the administration was possibly violating the rights of citizens. Yep. So. All of these known facts aren't being debated. None of them are being debated about the Hillary campaign the DNC and their relationship to Russia. No one's even debating those. And no one's talking about them. Eight six six ninety.

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Judge gives Musk deadline to respond to SEC's contempt request

MarketFoolery

04:02 min | 2 years ago

Judge gives Musk deadline to respond to SEC's contempt request

"Federal judge to hold musk in contempt of court saying he violated the settlement that he agreed to last year must then took to the Twitter's and road something is broken. That's right. You wanna see some contempt and US district. Judge Allyson Nathan has come out this morning and said you've got until March eleventh explain why you should not be held in contempt of court. He got. I mean, it's all it was about a tweet. And let's take him at his word that he wrote we're gonna produce five hundred thousand cars in two twenty nineteen and then he came back and he corrected. He corrected which as a CEO. I mean, he should know that the first amendment doesn't necessarily apply all the way to him. You have to be careful with what you say that doesn't seem that bad. But what he's gotten is a lifetime achievement award for the other crazy things that that he said, which by the way got the SEC and the court system in, you know, interested in him and his butter public utterings in the first place. Let's be clear if Mary Barra CEO of General Motors had tweeted something about production in twenty nineteen. She probably or maybe not she. But certainly the -versities tweeting as very the legal department of General Motors would get a phone call from the SEC. Hey by. The way don't, but as you said because of must history because and especially because of the settlement agreement last year. That's right. And the in some ways when you're just looking at the stock it's a little. I'm surprised maybe I shouldn't be you. Tell me if you're surprised I'm a little surprised that this is a stock that over the last two years has traded in a relatively tight range. This is stock that has basically been in the range of two hundred fifty dollars a share to three hundred fifty share up in doubt, it's visited many places in between those two points, but pretty quickly. But for the last two years, it's really been in that range. It would be amazing to go back to early twenty seventeen twenty seventeen Chris. Hey, Chris, by the way, not much is going to happen with tesla over the next two years stock the stock or. Yeah. I mean, you would. It is amazing that it has not moved that much. Now it moves so quickly under so many, you know, it has huge expectations built into the stock price now and maybe those expectations. Haven't haven't changed that much based on Ilan mosquee, they're speaking or not speaking on Twitter, but I can't think of another company that is more dependent upon it's CEO or seemingly more dependent upon it CEO than tesla is with Alon mosque, particularly since no other executive seems to stay there. Very long. Right. I think the last time we were talking about tesla. It was because the chief legal officer had left after just two months. Yeah. And I wanna go back to something you said regarding musk and his importance to this business and therefore to the stock because I don't think anyone really thinks that the. Board of directors is going to show him the door. I don't I don't think anyone thinks that's going to happen. Now that said do you think in three years two to three years he still CEO because I don't see the board showing him the door. But I could see him at some point saying, you know, what I don't need this. I got other things I'm interested in and I'm gonna go run my space. It's not going to be up to the board. I think you're exactly right. It will either be up to the SEC or it will be up to Alon musk and both of those. I mean, I think it's unfortunate to say are going to be based on how he chooses to comport himself. In the meantime. It's going to be one to watch

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This nine to noon slot. This is a great way to determine so we're gonna find out very shortly. Here we have Susan on the line. How are we doing today? Susan. I I think twenty feet since you put me on hold on Serena traffic, but I bet. Slick roads out there. Susan just be real careful ticket. Nice. We got. Yes. Dr susan. Thank you so much for calling in the game. Of course. It's very simple. You just choose Donna or Steve will be smarter in a topic. I will reveal here soon. But Susan you're playing for a four pack of tickets to see the Saint Paul home it landscape show me the Saint Paul river center, February fifteenth seventeenth the holidays correctly today says well, you know, what Susan that's going to be all sorts of inspiration as you sit on ice covered roads for spring spring is coming that liar. Groundhog Phil punks a tiny tiny. Yep. He's a liar pathological liar, by the way. But he said spring is just around the corner. Meanwhile, there you are out there on an actual ice rink an actual. Yes. I think I'd be better if I had hockey skates on my car. Interesting thought. All right. You three listen up. We're gonna to the topic here for today's college. A pop culture knowledge are y'all ready? Yes. Okay. Sued stir-crazy in her car. Yes. Yes. He sounds nuts. Susan Donna, Steve today's subject is Super Bowl. Halftime shows. Good. Aren't you? You can assume the curriculum here. All right. Susan who do you think is going to excel on the subject? Oh, okay. How far back? Are we going? Good question. There's been fifty three Super Bowl. So we have a span of fifty three years. I'm I'm gonna go with Donna, my music gal. Music. Wow. Okay. All right. I will do my best. Thank you so much. Susan. We'll throw you on hold here. Stable now, exit the room goodbye. Steve goodbye, Steve Steve is gone. Hurt us anymore and see for yourself on Facebook live, right? Donna your subject once again is Super Bowl. Halftime shows. The timer starts after ask the first question, which is according to the NFL, which female artist holds the title for the most watched musical event of all time for her performance in two thousand seventeen twenty seventeen. Oh,.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

17:05 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Seven NewsRadio nine twenty four seven FM. And we'll have conversations with Linda next hour. But she'll wrap up a report on the stranger abduction case of Terry. Lovelace? Go ahead that Linda thank you Jewish. Terry was born in may of nineteen fifty five and when he was about six or seven years old in the early nineteen sixties he had been traumatized by what he called monkey came in his room at night periodically and ask him to go play with them. Sometimes he went are there times. He was so afraid he would go screaming to his parents like a lot of parents. The child's trauma is dismissed as nightmares without giving consideration to the possibility. There could be something actually entering the child's room for Terry. There was one entity that always seemed to be with the monkeys and seemed friendly to him. It was a female who wore a wig apparently to look more human and see motherly to him. But he knew it was a wig. Then there was the abduction when he was twenty two years old and devil's den state park in June nineteen seventy seven, and then the incredible amnesia carry forgot everything until that night in October twenty second twenty thirteen when he was looking at the anomalies in his X rays at the VA medical center in Dallas, Texas after his right like collapse. And like magic he began to remember everything. And that's when he started thinking about writing a book and was talking to people about the anomalies in his right leg on his X rays. No scars, the more he researched the more determined. He became to write a book and started reaching out and talking to a lot of other people something he had never done during his younger life, and then a November seventeen twenty seventeen only a couple of years ago, his relationship with the alien phenomena took another turn that suddenly link back to his childhood and the revelation that the Monkees were actually grey aliens and the motherly figure wearing the wig was linked to an alien intelligence that she called the host here again is Teri loveless from garland, Texas, I wake up in the middle of my living room. So well, three o'clock in the morning. I am sitting upright in my chair. And I woke up with my eyes wide open. And seated across from me is what I thought to be a petite Asian woman. And I'm thinking this woman had the ability to read my mind, she communicated toll passively, and I was wondering I going to say something inappropriate my gonna say something to make her angry God forbid, Terry. What were you hearing in your head as telepathic communication from her person? I thought was my guide that wig looks ridiculous. Because it did it was honored at a skewer. I know that sounds crazy. But that was the first thing to cross my mind. And when I said that he said okay ethically. You don't like my wig. It's the same. Was the same as what? And she says the. The last time we met one enough is it the sound of a female voice in your head where you're normally accustomed just to your mail thoughts. Or what is it that you are getting as the experience of telepathic thought, I received was a female voice is audible as clear as any spoken word you've ever heard. But it wasn't through my ears. It was in my head. And there was no accent of any kind. It was just her words, and she spoke very plainly, and I understood her, and I remember thinking when I say think I mean say they're interchangeable anything you think you might as well say was why are you here? Why are you in my living room? It who are you does. This has something to do with my niece, and she fired back telepathically. Yeah. Has to do with your knees. I said go do you put these in everyone who do you put these things in? She said many thousands of people over many generations. And I ask what purpose do these things. And she dodged the question twice. It wouldn't tell me she just said, they serve many purposes. And I said, well, who are you? She told me that she was a hybrid being and that she worked for who host. I refer to as alien, and I said, well who are the aliens? Why do you call them host because the host community a lot of things and she says, I don't call them alien. I call them my host because they are not alien to me. I thought I know this woman and the thought was my God. I wish she'd take those glasses off and she took her glasses on and I see your full face and recognized her immediately. They knew who she was who she was the lady that I referred to as soon when I was a little boy they used to take me along with some other kids. It was always the same group of kids when I was age sixty seven about the time when I saw the UFO, and they would come and ask me would you wanna come with twenty? And it was weird. They were made up as little circus monkey, and I'm sure that they portrayed themselves in that way to beat benign nine to six or seven year old child. Not be frightening. Why would you be recognizing this female 2017? If she goes all the way back to when you were six or seven years old, and you thought monkeys were coming into your bedroom. What would have been a connection to you about this female sitting across from you wearing glasses that you want her to take off and the monkeys the monkeys worthy of doctors. The monkeys. Yeah. Lessons, but malice towards I would shoot monkey became back. But I felt genuine affection for this woman. Terrier? Are you trying to say that the monkeys when they came into your bedroom when you were six or seven years old this day would end up taking you to a craft where this female who is now talking to you in twenty seventeen would be when you were child precisely exactly the same woman. Yes. And what did she do with you? When you were six and seven years old. We went to like a plate area ever remember being circular and having a great padded floor the room is well lit. I can't identify exactly where the light coming from. And she was always there. She would play games with us usually involving symbols geometrical twain, are you talking about now that you're taking to we assume a craft and that this Asian female who is sitting across from you in September. 2017 was always with you as a child and played games with you having to do with symbols and patterns. Yes. And I think it was intentional that she allowed me to remember that had she not allowed me to remember that. I would not have known. I think for whatever reason she wanted me to have that memory. Let's go to what she communicates about your right lay and the xrays. Yes, I ask the question twice. What's the purpose of the thing in my leg? And she said they serve many purposes, she said legs, plural. And I thought plural. And she says, yes, I mean, plural. You have devices in both of your legs. And that's when it hit me. I'd never had my left leg x-rayed. But she said that I had devices she referred to them as devices in both legs. And I asked her right? So why are you here? We shouldn't write your book or speak about some of these things because you don't know you're not smart enough to discern what's important in shouldn't be talked about. And what's not so important is no big deal to talk about because of that you should speak. If you speak people may believe you, and you know, things that you should know you shouldn't be talking about nice said, well, what makes me any different from anybody else. I said, you know, there are ten thousand people actor writing books about your phone so writing about their experiences. What makes my experience any different from any other? And she said because people believe you there's nothing that makes me anything special. I don't understand it. But that was for answer to me. Would be believe probably because you have had a military background an attorney background, you're intelligent. And for a while. You would have had to bias toback you up that would've been nice in your book. You talk about what is basically a veiled threat from her. Can you explain that? Now, it was not the least bit failed to what I interpreted as threats. She said that's the thing about my knee removed and analyzed by terrestrial scientists. She said hosts will not allow that to happen. And she said they're gonna come and take some from you. And she said they'll take them from you in the middle of the night, and you'll have no pain whatsoever. And her second threat was more direct. And she said if you talk about these things should govern will kill you thought. My God, truly, I miss her speak that came out of her mind to your mind. It was on mental health happy knowing she said, if you do talk and do your book your government will kill you. Did you then mentally ask her plywood? My government kill me because I have your implants in my legs that was pretty much toward the end of the session. Because after she said that I was in shock. I guess I was none of that was pretty much when things wrapped up. All right. That was September twenty seventeen we are talking in January of twenty nine teen in this period of time since this female alien sat across from you and telepathically communicated new recognize that she had been in your life since you were six or seven years old. Did you have any vivid dream or any other event happened between twenty seventeen and today in January of twenty nineteen? That would explain who the host is why is the host interacting with earth. What is the experimentation on humans? Why did they put the implants in your right leg? And she says also in your left leg. What is the big picture? If she also is a non. Human warning, you that the United States government would kill you. If you've talked about these implants in your leg. Those are huge questions. The answers are as follows. She warned me that they would be removed continued to talk, and my wife, and I discussed this and the threat the government would kill you. And I made the decision that I'm going to continue to talk, and I want to speak as loud as I plan to as many people as fan because it's the truth. And I want people to know. And I think people have the right now and about three weeks. Yeah. I woke up seventy AM Linda both of my legs. Vitam my wife I woke up my wife came in. They said during plants back. Gives me a feeling of urgency that there are things that are going to happen things that are happening now that are nine under our control, and that only very few people know about and she said, there are people that know, everything they're not going to tell the people. She showed me a lifeboat on the Titanic. And she said a beehive example, these thoughts income from me, I did sit down and make these up these planted in my head. She showed me what happens when a high gets to the Queen and a bunch of the workers, they leave and they can solar else. And she said, yes, that's right. That's exactly right. She said we have people on the far side of the moon day thin. They're over two generations. There are people there were born there that have never been. I there is a propulsion system that allows them to travel from the moon to Mars in seventeen hours, and I scoffed, and I said that's ridiculous that can't be done. And she says yes, it is. Yes can be done. It's done every day. She said that Justice or navy aircraft carriers with aircraft. We have aircraft carriers in the sky docked on the moon that transit between the far side of the moon and the earth in back and she said what's going on right now. It's a frantic effort to build trained to prepare things. Gency is growing Terry build what for what built housing to build a civilization where they had the first on the move evidently helium three on the moon that gives them a cold source of nuclear power, cold fusion. Yeah. That's what you call when she showed me the Titanic twice votes banality, and she even said to me this planet enough support eight billion people, and there are seven point five here. Now. And I said, oh my God. Been the object to the exercise is going to be to get as many people to the moon. And then tomorrow is that right? She was like well kind of but they can't take seven and a half billion people on the earth to Mars that won't work. The thought crossed my mind will Mike I what happens to the poor souls that elect year as she nodded her head. Yeah. Left here. And I think it's the human soul. I think that human beings have something as one, and I think we have Seoul. And they don't and by God date one going jeez. Yeah. Kinda scary to tell you the truth. Well, it is. I I think. That if we live as a civilization. Constantly sugar coating pretending covering up as we have been for centuries. Probably manipulated by intelligences that monitoring control the earth. We won't survive George and in my third book glimpses of other realities volume too, high strangeness people in the human of duck syndrome in that particular book and a very large chapter that has to do civically with the role of the soul in homeless. Sapien Sapien that those have Duckie's talk about the huge importance that the human soul plays in the non human interactions with us. And some abductees have long ago said that the alien intelligence, or at least one of them studies. The moment of death of human beings in an effort to find out which dimensions earth homeless API, and Sapien souls, go after the moment of death to what dimensions and that the abductees have been told telepathically that the non humans are studying this because we go to dimensions day cannot go to. This is where the me the rubber hits the road in all of this. Because we're now getting to the big context of what is this universe is a three-dimensional holograms, and it is projected from another dimension..

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. The end of two thousand eighteen was time for anxiety. If you own stocks, the market plunged only to soar days later, and then slip again. But there might be less cause for concern that it seems here's Stacy Smith and Patty Hirsch from NPR's planet money indicator podcast market volatility is measured with something called the Chicago Board of options exchange volatility index or the vix the vix also known as the fear index. It's much better name, but a little terrifying. The reason it's called the fear index is because when investors are afraid they can tend to start acting erratically by buy-sell, wait. No by and volatility. Like we've been seeing recently can be really stressful unless you're Georgetown economist Jim angel. I kind of enjoy volatility. Really? Yeah. I mean because this is the stuff I study. Right. I mean nerd Jim says this volatility is happening because there's just a lot of uncertainty right now. Like, there's a lot of big important stuff. Feels like it's up in the air, both politically and economically. What's going to happen with the government shutdown? What's going to happen with trae orders? And and many people think that recession is coming. Just how healthy so says, Jim there are reasons to be super worried, but one of the things that he told me is that volatility is actually normal and healthy in the stock market. Jim says the extra volatility that we're seeing right now worries him a lot less than what happened to the fear index in two thousand seventeen twenty seventeen was actually one of the least volatile years for the stock market ever stocks listed this slow steady March up and up and up and up when the markets are too complacent and everything looks really glad that's when you should be worried. So Patty, the sum up the first reason to be optimistic. According to Jim angel in spite of all this volatility. Is it a certain amount of volatility is healthy. The second reason to be optimistic. According to Jim is that when people are scared and stock prices fall, those stocks get cheaper. It means I'm going to get better prices when I buy stocks at the end of the month is part of my normal retirement plan. So if you are saving money for retirement through work in a 4._0._1._K plan or a four three b Jim says, a volatile market can be good news, depending on who you are a fall in the stock market is great news for young people. The fact that stock prices have come down means that when they take this month's paycheck and visor stocks with it. I get more shares than I got last month. But this brings us to the bad news. If you're close to retirement a falling stock market or a really volatile stock market is really hard to deal with because you don't know if you should pull your money or keep it in or move it into safe territory, we call that period when people in their fifties and sixties feet retirement regs on the red zone. Yes in Jim says, you know, if you're in the red zone. What you have to try to figure out right now when the markets are really volatile is this is a temporary blip. Or if this is signaling a-coming drop in the stock market. Of course, knowing that is not possible. So you just have to guess, I'm not a very good soup Sayer or astrologers. So I would say consulting people who swatter the pigeons and look at the entrails for a better forecast and don't buy stocks during mercury retrograde. And that is the point right? When people don't know they get scared, and then the stock market kind of wigs out and jumps around. Just.

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How Market Volatility Plays Into The Fear Index

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:53 min | 2 years ago

How Market Volatility Plays Into The Fear Index

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. The end of two thousand eighteen was a time for anxiety. If you own stocks, the market plunged only to soar days later, and then slip again. But there might be less cause for concern that it seems here's Stacey Vanik Smith and Patty Hirsch from NPR's planet money indicator podcast market volatility is measured with something called the Chicago Board of options exchange volatility index or the vix the vix also known as the fear index. It's much better name, but a little terrifying. The reason it's called the fear index is because when investors are afraid they contend to start acting radically like buy-sell, wait. No by and volatility light. We've been seeing recently. Can be really stressful unless you're Georgetown, economists Jim angel. I kind of enjoy the volatility. Really? Yeah. I mean because this is the stuff I study, right? I'm a nerd Jim says this full Attila the is happening because there's just a lot of uncertainty right now. Like this a lot of big important stuff. Feels like it's up in the air, both politically and economically. What's going to happen with the government shutdown? What's going to happen with trade Warners and terrorists, and many people think that a recession is coming just know how land or how deep so says, Jim there are reasons to be super worried, but one of the things that he told me is that volatility is actually normal and healthy in the stock market. Jim says the extra volatility that we're seeing right now worries him a lot less than what happened to the fear index in twenty seventeen twenty seventeen was actually one of the least volatile years for the stock market ever Stokes, assisted the slow steady March up and up and up and up when the markets are. Q complacent and everything looks really good. That's when you should be worried so Patty to sum up, the first reason to be optimistic, according to Jim angel in spite of all this volatility is that a certain amount of volatility is healthy. The second reason to be optimistic Cording to Jim is that when people are scared and stock prices full, those Stokes get cheaper. It mean, I'm going to get better prices when I buy stocks at the end of the month is part of my normal retirement plan. So if you are saving money for retirement through work in a four one K plan or a four three b Jim says, a volatile market can be good news, depending on who you are a fall in the stock market is great news for young people. The fact that stock prices have come down means that when they take this month's paycheck and buy some stocks with it. I get more shares than I got last month. But this brings us to the bad news. If you're close to retirement a falling stock market or a really volatile stock market is really hard to deal with because you don't know if you should pull your money out or keep it in or move it into safe. Territory we call that period when people are in their fifties and sixties the retirement red zone the red zone. Yes. And Jim says, you know, if you're in the red zone what you have to try to figure out right now when the markets are really volatile is this is a temporary blip. Or if this is signaling a coming drop in the stock market. Of course, knowing that is not possible. So you just have to guess, I'm not a very good soup Sayer or astrologer. So I would say consulting people who swatter the pigeons and look at the entrails for a better forecast and don't buy stocks during mercury retrograde. And that is the point right? When people don't know they get scared, and then a stock market kind of wigs out and jumps around. Just like it's doing right now. Could be a long year. Stacey smith. Probably Hirsch NPR news.

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"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"seventeen twenty seventeen" Discussed on World Cafe

"Live at world cafe that is elegant sessions, and we're here in Glasgow catching ban guys will you maybe you and will you introduce the whole band here for us radio land. You and I play fiddle with with elephants sessions to my right? We've also Taylor on the mandolin on guitar the back with Marc Bruce on drums in the middle. Mr. Greg berry and on base on synth, Mr. Seth Tinsley. So so rumor has it that you guys have broken a floor or two in your day as a band, can you actually like has that literally happened? Can you explain what what happens when you break a floor shoe? Well, this was a think I think you're referring to loyal festival which is. Twenty seventeen twenty seventeen loyal festival in Britain in France. And it was a big it was the year of Scotland so Scotland tied Clinton overpowering kind of their this point, and there's about two thousand people in a tent on a wooden floor marquee, and of course, towards the end of our late night and the the floor just gave way by foot and on a small number of the audience fell through this floor. No-one no-one was or no northern was injured. This the stories Tokyo's on the carpenter came the next day. The carpenter came the next day, and he was not chuffed. In addition to getting people really riled up, the reputation that you guys have I'm gonna read what Rolling Stone said about it. Because I think this is really apt they said passionate about their culture and their origins. These Scots are using their instruments like weapons to destroy cliches, we love them. So destroying cliches as something that you guys set out to do in the first place. No, I don't. Have you done it? Like, what's your take on that? We were just that ruins still bench. To believe it. And no we with our main kind of goal was that we wanted to write everything ourselves. So we all grew up re it didn't Scottish traditional music and from a young age playing and listening to. And yeah, we wa- to kind of use that. But right, everything ourselves. So me union. Seth compose all the melodies. And then we come together as a five piece in a range, all in using the Venus kind of genres that we listened to some of the boys into funk, 'electronic or hip, hop all sorts, so we yeah. That was kind of the main aim not destroying cliche. But to fuse the styles. We light listen to to our own brand of folk music. Basically, can you tell me about how you figured out how to do how to do that? Or if they're all references that you were looking to or or or other vans that you admired that were this sort of inventive about mashing genres together. So learning learning from our mistakes. I think it didn't it didn't come easy. And we're still learning though, the first album that we brought it was very much acoustic. And it was basically the five. Tremendous, the, you know, the five standard instruments still say didn't have the synthesizer. Greg didn't have electric drum samples are triggers or anything like that. So the same that came from it was that sort of more of a traditional cyanide gas down. Do you have do would you pick out a song for small from that? I I'll them that. We should play on the radio just to show people sort of what that acoustic sound was or what would it morphed into a? Track off the first of a track called India's which was one of the first things we kind of real root for my sister. She said she went off to law and politics, and I went off to music, and she for some reason, she might earn more money than me in life. I don't know push that from but But I'm. she said if I write retune album later in life, she'll sort. Number one of our number one. Priority. Okay. Dallas insurance policy..

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The Epic Rap Battles guys return

Talking Tech

05:52 min | 3 years ago

The Epic Rap Battles guys return

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. We've got the team behind the massively popular epic rap battle series from YouTube here today talking tech just under two years ago. The lattes known is nice, Peter and ethic, Lloyd, Peter Shuku off. Hello and Lloyd outlived. Yeah. That's me. I am Lloyd I'll to debris from the series which featured such battles as JAMES BOND versus pasta powers Steve Jobs versus Bill Gates, and Jim Henson versus danley. Now. They're back. He Lon musk versus Mark Zuckerberg about today. Do correct. Let's find out why they took the long break and what brought them back. Hi, guys. Hi, hello. Where were you? We live around the corner. So we've been here we we just took a break. Yeah. I got married and had had a baby. And that was a that was a whole thing to the process. We we were making the rap bottles for about six years straight. And that that really meant straight that was every day seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year for the most part was living in this world of creating this series keeping the series growing. And it just came time to take a break. I think in in modern media. I it's expected to be an every day every week every month. New all the time tweets Facebook posts comments likes, and I think in the old days people used to make an album then go away for awhile and then come back with a new album. And so we decided to try that the last battle. We uploaded was seizing five. The last battle was January of twenty six seventeen twenty seventeen. Yeah. Yeah. So January twenty seventeen was the last time, we uploaded. So now, it's what is it right now, December twenty eight. Yeah. Yeah. So so this is about. England, musket, Mark Zuckerberg. And we tried to think about the sort of most iconic images of them for us in the last couple of years in for us Zuckerberg for sure was the Senate hearing. So we thought we would put him at that table with that microphone. So that's where he is in the opening in the opening slate as you can see it here. And then the musk who like he's got a fly. He's got to do something. So we thought it'd be a bomber jacket. It would be fun. So he's in that as well in this battle at some point in time. And which one of you is in which one. Me being the paste year of two Stephanie the Mark Zuckerberg, and I'm on musk who is it. I'll have to say one of the more challenging people to try to imitate he has a very subtle accent in a very sort of subtle way about him. So I played a lot of characters and subtle isn't really my forte. I'm more smashed face. So it was definitely a challenge in Moscow took to beat the cheerfully frustrated all the time. Like, he he's in a good mood. But he's always stretched too thin and always like on, but he's just a positive person with a lot of positive momentum. But it was a different difficult character to find should tell listeners that I'm interviewing two guys with beards. Yes. And they portrayed two guys with clean shaven faces. Yeah. Did you shave for the holiest? This needs favorite part of going to production for the rap ballads is constantly having to shave my face and put like it's especially difficult. We have to wear a fake beard because we have to shave our real beards. So the glue can adhere to our skin. So we can wear a bigger beard. So the worst. Okay. So this is a serious production involves glue. So yeah, that is sometimes the most difficult part, the costumes and the mustache glued inappropriately or inaccurately to your face is maybe the most irritating thing on the planet and to wrap with that in this in your knows that I have nightmares about that. So thankfully, did not have a moustache. Alright. So Elon Musk is going to take on Mark Zuckerberg, of course, and more battles to come twenty nine thousand nine hundred nineteen with Peter and epic Lloyd, correct? All right. Thanks for coming in and talking tech with us. Sure to come back tomorrow on talking tech to hear the complete extended sit down interview with nice Peter in epic Lloyd guys behind the epic rap battles of history is a pretty fascinating fun chat. Where they talk about how they got started and other fun stuff. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day been listening. Talking technically subscribe to the show on apple podcasts, at least favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show, and it's always thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. 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The Epic Rap Battles guys return

Talking Tech

05:52 min | 3 years ago

The Epic Rap Battles guys return

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. We've got the team behind the massively popular epic rap battle series from YouTube here today talking tech just under two years ago. The lattes known is nice, Peter and ethic, Lloyd, Peter Shuku off. Hello and Lloyd outlived. Yeah. That's me. I am Lloyd I'll to debris from the series which featured such battles as JAMES BOND versus pasta powers Steve Jobs versus Bill Gates, and Jim Henson versus danley. Now. They're back. He Lon musk versus Mark Zuckerberg about today. Do correct. Let's find out why they took the long break and what brought them back. Hi, guys. Hi, hello. Where were you? We live around the corner. So we've been here we we just took a break. Yeah. I got married and had had a baby. And that was a that was a whole thing to the process. We we were making the rap bottles for about six years straight. And that that really meant straight that was every day seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year for the most part was living in this world of creating this series keeping the series growing. And it just came time to take a break. I think in in modern media. I it's expected to be an every day every week every month. New all the time tweets Facebook posts comments likes, and I think in the old days people used to make an album then go away for awhile and then come back with a new album. And so we decided to try that the last battle. We uploaded was seizing five. The last battle was January of twenty six seventeen twenty seventeen. Yeah. Yeah. So January twenty seventeen was the last time, we uploaded. So now, it's what is it right now, December twenty eight. Yeah. Yeah. So so this is about. England, musket, Mark Zuckerberg. And we tried to think about the sort of most iconic images of them for us in the last couple of years in for us Zuckerberg for sure was the Senate hearing. So we thought we would put him at that table with that microphone. So that's where he is in the opening in the opening slate as you can see it here. And then the musk who like he's got a fly. He's got to do something. So we thought it'd be a bomber jacket. It would be fun. So he's in that as well in this battle at some point in time. And which one of you is in which one. Me being the paste year of two Stephanie the Mark Zuckerberg, and I'm on musk who is it. I'll have to say one of the more challenging people to try to imitate he has a very subtle accent in a very sort of subtle way about him. So I played a lot of characters and subtle isn't really my forte. I'm more smashed face. So it was definitely a challenge in Moscow took to beat the cheerfully frustrated all the time. Like, he he's in a good mood. But he's always stretched too thin and always like on, but he's just a positive person with a lot of positive momentum. But it was a different difficult character to find should tell listeners that I'm interviewing two guys with beards. Yes. And they portrayed two guys with clean shaven faces. Yeah. Did you shave for the holiest? This needs favorite part of going to production for the rap ballads is constantly having to shave my face and put like it's especially difficult. We have to wear a fake beard because we have to shave our real beards. So the glue can adhere to our skin. So we can wear a bigger beard. So the worst. Okay. So this is a serious production involves glue. So yeah, that is sometimes the most difficult part, the costumes and the mustache glued inappropriately or inaccurately to your face is maybe the most irritating thing on the planet and to wrap with that in this in your knows that I have nightmares about that. So thankfully, did not have a moustache. Alright. So Elon Musk is going to take on Mark Zuckerberg, of course, and more battles to come twenty nine thousand nine hundred nineteen with Peter and epic Lloyd, correct? All right. Thanks for coming in and talking tech with us. Sure to come back tomorrow on talking tech to hear the complete extended sit down interview with nice Peter in epic Lloyd guys behind the epic rap battles of history is a pretty fascinating fun chat. Where they talk about how they got started and other fun stuff. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day been listening. Talking technically subscribe to the show on apple podcasts, at least favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show, and it's always thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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