2 Burst results for "Simon Molloy"
"simon molloy" Discussed on Channel 33
"You know, those are his weakest answer by far among a lot of week answers is why don't you just run as a democrat. And he's nerd soggy about how he can't, you know? It's like why don't you run as a centrist democrat your day? You were a democrat. You know, why don't he eat? What don't you try to do what Donald Trump did to the Democrats? If you don't agree with their ideas is running their primary and try to you know, prove that your ideas are more popular than rank and file Democrats. But he doesn't really have a great answer that I mean, it feels like a very ninety s campaign. Does it not? I'm a rich guy. I know how to solve problems. I'm gonna keep saying like, I'm gonna point when they ask you. What are you gonna do about healthcare? You know, because of all the resistance you're gonna face in congress. And he keeps saying I'm just going to have smart people telling me what to do right, which is like a very Russ brust, bro kind of thing. And then also like I just have some kind of CEO know-how. Of how to get things done. I read this piece by Simon Molloy and media matters who was going through some of the greatest hits of centrist movements. Wooing the media. And then going nowhere. You'll remember the unity party and Americans elect also total class. We've now forgotten which was axios co founder Jim Vanda high reading about the innovation party that was going to have more executive Bergen chill Sandberg running the nation. Yes. How did that turn out? And what he taught what he talks about is how this how these kind of candidates are catnip to certain made men and women though, mostly men in opinion media, he mentions yahu is Matt by the Atlantic. Stay would from an ABC's the note, and that's all true. But don't we live in a media world where those people are less powerful than they've ever been. You know, like, I did I didn't know the note was still going. Honestly, I really did not know that I guess as a consumer of media was on. I just feel. Will the media? The political media set up now that centrists actually garner maximum skepticism instead of the loving open embrace of David Brooks, which carries as much weight. What do you think about that? Yeah. I mean, I think it's justifiable. Right. I mean, regardless of your politics, I think it's it means centrism is centrism is not a governing philosophy. Maybe it is maybe it's too much governing philosophy. But like tell us what you tell us. What you believe, you know, don't tell us what you're. What what what makes you like feel icky about the about the existing political parties, you know, about about their structural problems? I think that an and I mean, it's interesting just has you know, I mean from a from a liberal point of view. I mean centrism is is feels like, you know. Hazy night out from you know, last weekend that we're still trying to come to grips with and and and recover from. It's I it's all it means. It's it it just I I don't know it just it just seems like a really just seems like a very strange way right now to try to you know, to to try to make some noise, and especially you know, when when Mike Bloomberg is running as a democrat, who's a, you know strikes a sort of similar figure, but but he's you know, he's decided to go the more. He's decided to go the party route. And listen for you know, regardless of what you think about about Donald Trump's seriousness. You know, particularly was when he was running for president. He was a he was something approaching a public figure for many years leading up to his campaign, you know, a political figure and this just feels like just the I mean, the the the. The sort of novelty of Howard Schultz, just sort of underscores this sort of feeling of a lack of seriousness the fact that he's not coming out with any big platform ideas. Although he's, you know, eager to criticize Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris on on, you know, healthcare and taxes. You know?.
"simon molloy" Discussed on If I Were You
"Much which was telling them about it, which I guess like, I don't know what his relationship is with this with his best friend, but I could imagine that would make somewhat uncomfortable. Yeah. But she did say that that's hot. I love your wife. Yeah. So with that done. What's the next step? I feel like the seed is planted. Every party knows about the other your wife planted the seed with you, you planted the seed with her your friend, your friend planted the seed back with you, which you then planted with this is no are planted. Now, you don't wanna over water that'll destroy the plant. So just all this all this plant needs right now is space and time, it is a desert active. Let it sit in the sun and don't touch it. We'll see what happens. Let the natural order of things. Take. Because what you what there could be a point where you tip it too much water too much as you say, and then it becomes not sexy. Not cool not soggy little cactus somewhere. You talk about it the less. Exciting becomes. Yeah. But you guys go out a lot. So just the seed is planted and. Go definitely don't all get dinner, no, dinner, dinner dinner. No nudes. Drinks drinks are like other people there too. Yeah. Groups. By Rangers drinks, dancing, fun times. It's hanging out has to be fun and light and easy for anybody to want to take it to the next level. Like, this is good. We'll keep going you don't ever want to sit down to a formal dinner. You share folder of nude photos. So you guys know why I brought you here today the dream in question. You have the dream the dream was hot. And you said if you were going to do with anybody it would be. Correct. Lers go up shit. Everybody run wet t shirt contest. All right. A threesome seems to be a very fragile thing. Don't touch little break. It is a butterfly what percentage chances would you give this three some to happening? Any threesome has like a five percent. That's pretty high. That's why they are magical. Yeah. That's why they call them. A threesome was that. Because it's a three percent chance is at five percent, really. But all right. So let's record that if we were not in the same room. We would. That's exactly right. I let's find some breaking news. I'm going to Twitter, right? About somebody's tweet the newest tweet and your timeline that could be considered news. Who's the most famous person you follow on Twitter? What's the most recent tweet? The most recent tweet icy on Twitter is. This is so useless. This is a nothing game. No one exercise. Here's here's news from yesterday. Yeah. You got to refresh Twitter Twitter doesn't always two minutes ago. How about your latest Graham? Okay. This is twenty seven minutes ago. Fifteen minutes again with two long. Yeah. Was not breaking news this second. Of course, what we have to do is stay on the line at the news breaks. And once it does will prove to everyone something that they probably already right? The other interesting thing is that everybody believes us. Yeah. So we're just at this point. I no longer believe it because I've been talking about it so much. I'm starting to think you're not in the room. Here we go Simon Molloy, which was re tweeted some journalist tweeted two minutes ago. The fact that the White House is already lying about the speech. Feels like a compelling case to end deliberations about whether to carry the speech, not really sure what speech they're talking about. But just know that Simon Molloy tweeted this two minutes ago at the time of recording. I believe Trump wants to do a nationally televised speech about the government shutdown. The wall. Oh, so maybe if well, I guess that doesn't really mean anything. All right. That's what you had to know Twitter. Nobody's gonna listen to this super fast. Anyway, what a complete another waste of time and a really unnecessary. Shoutout. To a Simon Molloy who I don't even know on Twitter this what if we find out that he's like, all right? And we just gave this guy a lot of publicity. This was a complete an utter waste of time pointless and meaningless exercise five stars. All right. Thanks so much for listening. We are weak. We are feeble. We we apologize the gonna die. And that's a good thing. We use deer Lincoln as the opening theme song..