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"sir denis" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:13 min | Last month

"sir denis" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Her mama. Eyes that free phone by Tom Petty Matter of fact, it is isn get their stupid Toto photo. We haven't even begun to give away a II power play passes, though I play America. This is the races in East Windsor on New Jersey. One on 1.5. Is it? Danny? Sir Denis? Dennis Dennis. I'm sorry. My mama's smile and then exploit they spell it. Oh, like that is Leary. Oh, yeah. There you go. I knew that. You add vanishing everything you know. I gotta let you know the reason. Uh, part of the reason I was calling everybody has Theo, listen to the replacements. You were talking about a great topic a little earlier. Oh, yeah. Before Raymond Raymond was my wife looked at me and she gave me those googly eyes after his rand Ishan of Frank Sinatra's drive Me to the moon. Oh, yeah. Get this could be a good night for you, Dennis. Hey, was killer, but the replacements were amongst the best. Bands ever to never make it commercially, according to Rolling Stone, They say that they were the number one band to like. Kind of self. Implode. So take a look at the replacement and Paul Westerberg in particular when right now, why did that happen? Well, there's a book right now called the trouble, Boys. New York Times bestseller. Really? I'm looking at it now. Yeah, it's an interesting book. Uh, Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson. And Mars on the drums and Obstinance in those guys put out some of the best music ever. 1979 like 2000. Wow. Yeah. Take a look at the book Trouble, boys, and in particular you could look at Call Western birds 14 songs with independent stuff. But if you're gonna listen to one album by The replacements. Listen to let it be. Just like Beatles song. They did let it be like the Beatles. All right, I'll check. You know they didn't do it. They named their Oh, I got it. They named their album fourth album as far as I know that I believe is the fourth album after announcing called Hootenanny 83 84. Wow, I got into traffic. What's your category? Uh, I'll go. Whatever you got. Even real local guided me. I still got started in one time over at a local store. But I don't interrupt you. You know you could say hello. Anytime. You talking seventies or eighties? That's so eighties eighties. All right. I got to have a shot of what you got. I'm out. I get.

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"sir denis" Discussed on Because You Watched

Because You Watched

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"sir denis" Discussed on Because You Watched

"My Name's Rory I'm producer. It'd be my job to identify an underexploited video on demand. Category and gather some creative people to brainstorm some ideas. This episodes pitches include a seemingly. Sweet Nanna running an illicit DVD smuggling ring a mob boss with a Shady Sitcom based past and one duty-bound mayors at pick action packed journey to the top of brightens tallest building joining me. This session is actor and writer. Judy McGuire low actor and broadcaster David Brain. Hello and author Andrew Hunter Murray. Hello Hello Today. Your category was gritty mysteries now before we come up with our own ideas. Let's look at what already exists in that category which is category with five titles Netflix. At the time of recording including your homework which was twenty thousand. Mark Wahlberg hit broken city. What does everyone think of broken city? I loved it loved it. I love it. I love Mark Wahlberg. I love everything about the Wolfsberg. He could do anything in fact. I'm convinced most films. Starring Mark Wahlberg documentaries Mark Wahlberg around Every single say he sees the same in every single film. And there's a really sort of warm nice feeling that you know exactly what you're GonNa get he's GonNa be talking about some fuck guy is it. We're talking about a fucking guy gets rid angry. I think of all of Hollywood. He does the Best Lustral. Work not always. Yeah when he was looks like exasperated he's flaring up his nostrils and can read that. He's a really good actor just in his nose is phenomenal. The Best News Acting Waldberg is actually all in Dutch Zeiss. And they call him the iceberg because ninety percent of his acting is not visible to the naked eye without specialist equipment. Yeah Yeah Film. Trivia Essay was about puff reelect documentary mark Wahlberg tomatoes. This description comes from. That's how you say words in a broken city right with injustice X. Culpability Taggart whose Mark Wahlberg seeks redemption and revenge after being double crossed and framed. So what is the mystery of the film? What is the mystery a mystery? Is you think you're going down one route with Russell Crowe's characters wife played by Catherine Zeta Jones having an affair but then underneath all that and more is actually happening is far bigger and far more sort of socially wrong. That's that's the boring bit. Let's face it. Let's face it was a cop. He's now he's he's seven years ago he was a cop. He killed a young man who got off from some pretty heinous crimes on a technicality. Reis Book carried out. Some vengeance left the force but didn't go to prison because the man Russell. Crowe helped him out seven years later michaels and back in in both appointments. Both Appointments Russell. Crowe's Mary's drinking sculptured about eleven in the morning. The amount of scores down in this between those two seven years does he look seven years the worst of age today. That's the crow effect the extra list yet like the apple juice budget for this film. Must've been absolutely mega so anyway. Crow pulls a minute says look. I think my wife's been sleeping with someone. I want you to find out who offers him. A loaded shotgun in the office. Yeah dog wandering around wearing pretense for the this. We tried hunting. He says Warburg's out of the fourth year uses a camera. Really these days low. I need to find out who this guys wife. And as you say Catherine Zeta Jones Talent onscreen. I've never seen a phone with such massive disparity between the acting talents green. The results right should've been multiple. Oscars you you and Colin are. Tomatoes are birds of a feather because his his one star review said Stefan. Get too big name actors step to add nothing else. Big Name Actors this. Everyone else is Jeffrey Roy. In it as well. He's amazing he's got Barry Pepper. Who is the best named actor? He's he plays the rival candidate. Yeah because there's an election coming up in a few days time and crows very worried about his wife sleeping around because if people find out as well as sleeping around. They won't vote for him. Which is the thing. Ever like. They've elected they've elected racist sexist but never like the guy who's yeah what she really. That's really strange motivation. But okay. It's got eight. Creditors produces and ten credited production companies on Wikipedia. The first one minute and twenty seconds of the movie is just Lagos. I always production did keep thinking I was thinking. This is a an interesting thing. That big little. Highly futuristic turns out. It's another production today. It also didn't do very well critically or commercially. Made thirty four million on a production budget of thirty five million dollars. But also that's not counting for marketing so actually probably lost about twenty million or something so didn't set the world on fire like that but do we think it fits the category of being a gritty mystery. Oh yeah it's the mean streets isn't it's dark. It's constantly all the time. Yeah time and say pre sexist. You know they've got some nice generalizations going on their favorite liner had from the whole story. Which was the bulldogs in up to his neck very very thick neck and he chief of police. The chief of police is threatening warbucks character and he says by the time of the election the mayor is going to be in a cage like a monkey. And if you help me you'll be in with him sucking on bananas to the Pretty Clear Tree prison relatio- but that's not how you eat a banana. Monkey would know better. Doesn't suck on a banana. No one's ever sucked on. The worst line is amazing. Amazing work. I don't even remember this thing just has a fight. There's no context toll in the street. But he's always customer show some guys Christie and that's very grits. Yes very good. I mean the best puzzle film. Is The actor. The guy that girlfriend is sleeping with the actor guy and his felt hat extraordinarily felt trilby that the lobby. Wanka Sir Denis people around the table to them wearing felt job easy thank God way too. High proportion fell sixteen trophies thirty. Am EVERY DAY. This is great. He to pray and walk. Out Coming civil works out. Praise swims goes back to sleep. I news then as around the Gulf. This is over for anybody else. Eats ten Turkey Bulls up ten Turkey balls? Wow if you don't like five Turkeys.

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"sir denis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"sir denis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I I really wanted to blow Donna's mind because you do a good Keith Morrison from day one did she you're a frequent dateline watcher had left the line get this Keith Morrison this is celebrities you don't know related Keith Morrison from dateline is the stepfather of Matthew Perry the volleyball I know it was an arm on Matthew Perry from friends was only ten when Keith married his mom and they're pretty tight Matthew even bought his stepdad of Porsche nine eleven days on the you know he's probably making some decent money on his own are you comfortable saying Porsche sure okay I used to not be I was I was I got say Porsche I think Porsche owners get irritated by people who say Porsche yeah because it feels lazy I used to say I'm not a lot but you get the new nights their nineties and this is a true story yeah that's not being funny yeah no that's very nice years okay okay here's a few other ones I haven't is Gerard way from my chemical romance if you're familiar with my chemical romance okay is a cousin distant of Joe Rogan that's fine since O. L. N. Dakota fanning sisters of course wait I got it related to this rob Schneider from Saturday Night Live elevate go way higher in the gutter and I need you to go to the castle okay literally thinking that's kind of a castle playwright Sega's castle right but more more literally and king a king would be in a castle king Ellen Dakota fanning are related to this person who lives in an actual castle I know you said king and I thought you meant L. king who is the daughter of rob Schneider I said thank you said Stephen King as I go get it out of a councilman since I'm not Harry I hello you're right Kate Middleton your kidding isn't that something that something else the what their cousins they are it just says they are related okay this Friday twenty three in me you know right right you know remember the back room of twenty three me they just have darts yeah Eleni's Portuguese who's next no I'm kidding I'm sure it's all very legit al Roker and Lenny Kravitz are distant cousins that's fine I think I heard that it's become yeah Lenny's mom was not from the Jeffersons Roxie Roker yet from the Jeffersons were lessons Roker her lessons Roker yeah about that Halle berry and syrupy Lynn are distant relatives huh okay now L. keying is rob Schneider's daughter yeah that's all okay Sir Denis Leary and is the third cousin to a fellow J. U. condenser a ginger right I read a Cher brownish red lingerie shop lined up really okay all right well he is a third cousins with a a very popular read some of the most famous the most famous redhead Carol Burnett no.

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"sir denis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sir denis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues a police officer in Florida. Florida is facing suspension after arresting too young six year old children as the Orlando Police Department investigates the incidents which raised fresh questions about the over policing school children in the United States as well as the arresting officers own violent past and record of excessive force. The mind unleashed reports at Orlando Police officer Sir Denis Turner was on duty a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges on Thursday local news outlet. WFL Lay reported a six year old girl was charged with battery after kicking a classmate at her K. Through five school problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues choose related to sleep apnea following her arrest. The first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted and even had her mugshot taken the events surrounding the storm storm area fifty one name which went viral over the summer appear to have been little more than hot air and social media buzz as a few hundred alien enthusiasts and revelers party near the secret of US US military base in a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm area fifty one phenomenon the mind unleash reports the US government doubled double down on its menacing posture this past weekend and a bizarre tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who mike read the site in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution service a Pentagon public relations agency the unit shared a photo of eight B two Stealth bomber accompanied by.

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"sir denis" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

14:31 min | 1 year ago

"sir denis" Discussed on Science Salon

"Thanks for coming on the podcast. New book is the assault on american excellence and i i came across this in your work in that <hes> up ed you did for the wall street journal that was in that saturday review section one of my favorites to read every week <hes> because they do excerpts and this is one way i find out about a nonfiction books my specialty my beat here whereas non nonfiction books that are that are new mostly science books so i have to say. I really enjoyed reading your book. It's not a science book and and and most of the science books i read are not that literary a few are like by richard dawkins and steve pinker. They're they're very stylistic in the writing but most are cutting cut and dried died meat potatoes kinda get just the facts ma'am your writing is very heavily influenced by your your humanist i think training and tradition in in <hes> in not just the law but in all of history and so on i really appreciated that and also in in i had to do a quick reek because i didn't get this till saturday okay so in my opening lecturer in my freshman sorry first year students at chapman university re. We can't use that phrase freshman anymore. Either as you mentioned in your book <hes> i teach them how to read a book which is of course they read but how to read a book strategically you just turn to the first basis reading and in a you you start with the cover and i always appreciate nice covers your covers very striking the red with the you know the the shatter kind of greek greek pillar there of representing excellence and so forth and there's no subtitle your years one of the few books i've come across in many years without a subtitle so my rule is all books should either have descriptive title or subtitle one way or the other you've done it in one so congratulations on that and then i always say so you you start with title or subtitle and who who is this person well says right there on the cover the dean of yale law school okay no fooling around here. We got the head guy and then of course you read about the bio. Who is this person so you know we're person's coming from and then you look at the table of contents excellent speech diversity memory four chapters. That's it okay so you've really broken down into four categories which will do when we go through this book and and then and then then i always do the kind of the first and last paragraph of each of the chapters chapters in i skim through and look for any graphs or charts or pull quotes. Sir denis quotes that stand out just to kind of get an idea of where you're going and then you start reading. That's kind of my my quick and dirty guide. You missed one critical step so if you're an author yourself after you oh yes yes a little a little bit about the the author of the book you look at this. You look at the the footnotes in the index. Yeah i was in the unfortunately i'm not you missed my federal the laura lark by one book. I wrote that kind of touches on. Although actually i wrote the moral arc just i'd finished researching the moral arc right when the problem started though i missed that the problem problem being <hes> that you're addressing that also jonathan height and greg lukiana addressing their recent book the coddling of the american mind heather mcdonald is addressed and in others that i it really appeared to have started. Maybe twenty fourteen thirteen two thousand fourteen a win. There was this shift in students attitudes attitudes about free speech diversity or free speech political correctness that sort of thing so i thought we might start with what i did when i had jonathan on the podcast asked. Is there really a problem if there is what is the problem and and by way of background. I mean like i teach at chapman university. If you walk around campus it's its bucolic in in peaceful and nice and kids are just hold up in their dorms reading or at the starbucks or whatever i've been on yale campus a couple of times. You don't see protests. You don't see you know big. Disruptions in a mostly college seems like it was when i was in college yet cumulate enough of these incidences that have happened and you have have to do is watch fox news and and tucker carlson has his weekly campus craziness segment. It seems like to an outsider who would walk on campus. Yep is like it's insane. Students have completely lost their minds if you're walking campus. You don't see any of this. The question is what what really is the problem. I'm that you're addressing in your book that we should all be concerned about yup. Well you know there there are from time to time visible notable disruptive corruptive moments episodes of speaker shouted off the stage students marched around declaim were proclaimed as that which for the most part campus life is as you describing things go on as they have from day-to-day in their quiet ordinary way in what is really different today from a decade ago is is a change in the culture in the atmospherics atmospherics of academic life which i feel in faculty meetings were discussing <hes> perspective appointments to the faculty in the classroom when i'm studying attacks with by my students in casual conversations around the campus <hes> with students and faculty there is a a settling fork of of <hes> of of i would describe it as of discouragment of <hes> <hes> of some a <hes> of <unk> of suppression of ideas and speech which doesn't manifest itself often certainly not regularly in the sorts of explosives explosives. Events were so dramatically prominent on our campuses in the nineteen sixties. It's quieter. It's more pervasive but but i think in many ways it's more damaging because it strikes at the very hard of the academic enterprise of inquiry truth seeking free free expression testing ideas measuring strength with your own ideas in the back and forth with faculty and students and that enterprise has been compromised it has been <hes> <hes> <hes> it has its it sits in a shadow now of censorship and self-censorship which i think is very damaging to the culture of academic life. That's that's the problem and what i wanted to do in the book. Of course you know a lot has been written about free. Speech issues was on campus and the debates about renaming memorials. We had a big debate that kind of yale a few years back and then finally about diversity and inclusion. What does this mean. What does it require. What are its effects. The cultural lot of discussion these incidents separately and a lot of complaints about the especially on the conservative side of the political spectrum spectrums <hes> there've been lots of commentators and pundits who have wag to fix finger of disapproval and said this is ridiculous it shameful shameful and so on and sober i wanted in my book to dig a little deeper and see if i could identify a common root from which these various areas phenomena all spring which they all exhibit or manifested one way or another and what i propose in the book is he's very briefly this and i'll just stated and then we can continue the conversation <hes> our colleges and universities <music> shake should do the very best job they can of making sure they admit the most talented and qualified lied applicants regardless of their background and if some kids are coming from backgrounds disadvantage maybe they should be given is a leg up in the process an extra look at a minimum. Maybe even up a preference of some kind or other. I'm i'm all for fairness and admissions and even redressing the the the the historical balance where it has worked in a particular direction against the members of of certain groups. I'm all for that that is <hes> you might say it prone equality a pro democracy idea fairness of opportunity in the admissions process but when once the kids come through the turnstile and they are on campus once they are actually engaged in the process of studying and learning and debating they are are members of the community which is not itself by its very nature egalitarian at its heart. It's a community unity which is devoted to the cultivation and transmission of excellence in a whole host of different disciplines and to the pursuit of the truth which is not a democratic vad. We don't decide what's true in any field by a show of hands or vote so yes ask fairness in admissions <hes> ah process open to talent two kids from every corner her and walk of life all races ethnicities backgrounds and maybe as i say a special boost for kids coming from disadvantaged backgrounds but once is there in once they're on campus sitting in the classroom debating were their professors they should be. They should be introduced to the culture of excellence and truth seeking which the school itself represents and embodies yes you're distinguishing the selection process for who gets into taylor harvard or whatever and then after that then let let the meritocracy begins but of course jonathan hyde had that lecture he gave at that was kind of a useful heuristic of of the tea hilo of university. Are you after truth or you. After justice and you have to pick one well but social justice activists they would argue that they're not two different different things that if the truth is we want. We want equal opportunity for everybody. Some people just you know grew up in impoverished homes single angle mom homes in poor neighborhoods. They went to crappy public schools. They can't they're not gonna do good at on their s._a._t.'s. They got up saturday the morning and the mom said you're taking your s._a._t. What's an s._a._t. Versus the you know the harvard kid that goes to a private school and he takes all the training courses. You know he's gonna do three or four. Hundred points points better just by that alone so i think that's what you know. Many of the social justice activists system is not fair already from the get-go and that the point of affirmative action in general and then more point colleges is is this diversity of economic situations sion's as an race as a proxy for that. Let's say yes lander stand all of that and i'm sympathetic to up to a point but those considerations it's bear on the admissions process of the the the sorts of factors you just describe what to be taken into account up to a point in deciding deciding who gets into the selective college or university that we're that we're imagining now they apply fly so to speak at the entrance point and i would go even a little bit further than what you just said and if a if a kid kid from disadvantaged background does poorly on the <hes> on the <hes> the s._a._t. And has low scores on <hes> you know the various subject matter matter test but has strong letters of recommendation from his order teachers who say this has real progress but comes from a broken home. It just hasn't had the running room yet to show what he or she can do but they've got the brains that got the grits. They've got the soul to the do it. I'm inclined to say let's give them a chance and a an applicant like that in my view gets a boost how big a boost is a is a is an open question and not an easy to answer but bruce in the process and and i would go a step beyond beyond that once you've admitted if you take the risk of admitting them and say well they don't really want the papers look quite a solid is the other kids were admitting but we have reason to think there's a real spark there. Maybe they need a little bit of <unk> extra help at the at the beginning in their freshman year to come up to come up to speed all of that is fine but none of it really lake bears directly on by central klang which is that the the work of the college or university versity itself consists at its core not in the advancement of this or that program of social the justice but in the advancement of learning in the various fields of study and in the cultivation action of those habits of of mind and spirit which in a in a in a rough and and cumulative way we describe describe as human excellence they the <hes> the the excellence of being a human being not just a a.

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"sir denis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"sir denis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stieber trend in the WGN newsroom these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN thank you Steve eleven of twenty sider as I mentioned we have a pair of black hawks tickets their tickets go on sale at noon today we thought it was just give somebody a pair of tickets let's just go crazy and give somebody a pair Blackhawks tickets so that'll happen between now and noon have you Wendy ever on a vacation just take in a keepsake of the beach maybe some coral maybe a seashell I did down there from marina del Rey okay did you I took a cell home yeah feel good about it hi there right you can take it right Michael took a shell I took a worry stone well it was just this flat rock that you see at the beach yeah just from the pounding of the way others and where did I put it but I did bring it home you have it a French couple is facing up to six years in prison for removing sand from the beach in Sardinia I thought about taking it I didn't really take it I died you know where it is it is right on the beach at three dollars safe what's the couple had been on vacation at the beach in Sardinia the Italian aisles white sand is protected and tourists face fines and even jail time if they remove any of the sand from the local beaches well think about it if everybody took a handful of the white sand there wouldn't be an exam or sand left yeah but think of the tourism dollars and St city that's true but the couple say that they did not realize they were committing a crime you wouldn't think that was a crime you would just think well there's a lot to look at their stand in all directions I just take some it'll be fun police in the northern city of port a tour as found the sand while making a routine check of cars they were waiting to board a ferry to to line which is located in southern France Sir do near finds sand thieves a total of that can reach three thousand four hundred eighty dollars what if it's just stuck in your flip flop please tell me flip flops or shoes they all right please all the please they spotted some bottles filled with sand all right I don't have this to see your flip flops we did it so that under wear him out yeah they changed everything it comes the underwear all right a bottle so that was pretty obvious they spotted some bottles filled with sand through the window of the car in may the arrest of the couple minimum a man and woman who are in their forties according to CNN overall fourteen plastic bottles that contain forty kilograms that's roughly eighty eight pounds of white sand received that's a lot of sand and again if everybody did that third right sand left what's under the sand I don't know just be dirt yeah ventrally right they clearly were going to sell it somehow that's what I'm wondering Steve is there a market for that I mean look on eBay I don't know if there's any kind of market for that I mean I guess you can buy and sell pretty much anything but are there people who value that that much but that's such old that's a huge amount of sand how much did you pay for a bottle of white sand from Sardinia not so much I'll be transmitted and for sale on eBay what's it going for well there's Alabama orange beach sand yeah very inexpensive Aruba Palm Beach sand who buys this I think you could tell just by looking at you even the the best of the sand experts couldn't just look at it and identify it's it's it's location right you know what it is a label on it and I believe everybody yeah if you label it then you got something the couple reported to a court in the city of sorry for aggravated fast sorry I didn't mean that they that was their defense they were charged with aggravated fast well now they're aggravated in the early days in the early part of the story they were activated all they could risk a fine of up to three thousand three hundred dollars and here's the best part between in one big it it would be between one and six years of imprisonment all right they're not going to jail I would hope not and the fine maybe if it's if if you're aware of their signs up please do not take the sand right you have to I think you to be fair you have to post those signs right that you'd have to speak Sir Denis in rocky right if it's made aware that you're not supposed to take it then they should be fined or else everybody's gonna keep taking it but that much than jail an insane amount of well it yeah the jail part is the worst part but thirty three hundred dollars for taken sand police told CNN that the tourist said that they were unaware of the laws about removing sand but noted that the islands beaches have signs in several languages which inform the visitors theft of white sand and rocks from Sir Danny's beaches is very common this according to a police officer and there is an illegal market for them on the internet really yeah try the dark web when DC would sissy what it says on the dark web you're on the regular web push that button that it says D. W. yeah dark web devil devil may yet double that of the evening yeah go to double back the people of Sir Deanie are very angry with tourists that steel shells and sand because it's Baft from future generations and it also puts a delicate environment and said the officer page two Sam fears are usually picked up at airports because of bag searches by scanners there's a Facebook page it's written in Italian so I don't know it Sir de Niro bottom looking here yeah that's the translation is what year it says thirteen year robbed and plundered this was set up by a group of security officers from the island's airports they have campaigns about the depletion regarding certain use beaches so obviously it's very it's a very very serious matter in Sardinia I I understand that and you're right if everybody took just a little bit of it where would we be but one of six years in prison and thirty three hundred dollar fine seems very stiff to me it does but I think I read that they have like three million tourists each year so if three million people took St even a little bit there'd be no beach right so true all right we will take a quick break when we return it is tech Tuesday so we'll talk to Bridget Carey from scene and find out what's going on the world of technology but first Wendy this it's summer in the Midwest your air is on your windows are open your sleeping with sheets and a vase that are just a.

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"sir denis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It just dog keeps me going. You better believe it will. Thank you so much. We appreciate your service. Thank you buy. Yes, sir. Denis let's go to Brad calling from Jeffersonville Brad. How are you? I'm doing well, sir. How are you? I'm doing great. Welcome aboard. Thank you longtime listener and. I wanted to say thank you for your service and to tell you my heart goes out to you at losing your dog. I just lost. My first dog is an adult, and I miss him every hour of every day here, you brother, it's tough. It's part of life. But it's not a welcome part of life. That's for sure. Definitely not he. He was a almost fifteen any thanksgiving week in bed with green army, always seventy. Miss him every day. I totally understand. Fourteen pounds miniature Dodson that thought he was huge Doberman. They are funny little dogs. I'll tell you. Start paying lose them. I just wanted to say code your producer that I had the privilege that talk with several. Host on eighty four. My trade is public health. I worked at BPH. Health department for. Thirteen years, and I've been in public health for twenty three years and. You know, I I align more with Democrats than I do Republicans by I get really frustrated with Democrats, and I get really frustrated with and. The state of the world and great..

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"sir denis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Want to learn how to win championships that trophy went around and everybody got to kiss that trophy? And it was it was unbelievable. Ascott champion. I would love to see defense go out and make a statement. You know that sets the tone for the entire football game time day June wisdom from forty nine Super Bowl champion. With Gary and Larry. It's not Gary Larry drew harbor. Kevin Franson in for the boys and yes Super Bowl champion Dennis Brown. Very kind of him to join us this morning as we get ready for the forty Niners and bears this weekend. Dennis. How are you, sir? It's very good to talk to you. I'm doing well. Happy happy holidays. Happy holidays to forty Niners have an opportunity to get three in a row, which is unbelievable and Dennis. I just want to start off by asking you some similar. I asked him right about Nick Mullins and his confidence level, especially the last couple of weeks. What's the one thing that you've noticed it's different from Nick in the last couple of games and you have in in his previous. Well, you know, when you talk about Nick Mullins. You know, we're still talking about third string quarterback. But he he's got that confidence. It's ever been to any of the press conferences after the game. He goes to the podium. He just kinda you kinda feel like, you know, he's he's in charge. He's got that leadership quality and on the field again game we were going. Oh, jeez. You know, this is a trigger string quarterback last week. He's really kind of feels like he's running that understands that offense. And he feels like he's to me at least, and he's very comfortable in that often said, you know, the raider game was was. Raider defense. But this this Sierra. Got a tough time. And then he kinda rebound and he had a fantastic game. I thought he just like he is a quarterback he understands this offense. Works. Really well. So I'm impressed with them. Of course after wigs back-to-back still great about your quarterback. Right. You know? I think he's a guy that now he's he's got credibility. And he's he's really stunt. When you look at like, a guy like CJ Beathard, you know, the two huge sample size. He has in both years. Are I feel like this year, especially he takes over after Jimmy G? Right. And there's a little bit of a pressure. There's a little bit of a down from the whole thing. And we always talked about his toughness. Now, we're seeing with Nick Mullins. He's tough. He gets lit up. But he's delivering a ball. And it's getting caught is that a is that fair to say like, we're we're seeing not just him getting drilled but him completing passes while getting drilled is a big difference between those two. Yeah. He's prisons in the pocket is is huge. And you know, my question is what do you do it in a mold is, you know, you know? He he's so so high. Somebody you put up on the trading block somebody you say, hey, can we get a bit round pick for this guy or just gonna say our third? Quarterback. Do we could him out there? So I think it's going to be interested in the team does. Into the off-season. She's up strong. What would you do? I don't know. Synthesizes up. I'd like a Nick. But again, you know, coach shannahan kinda went out. It sounds better. He thought he was going to be. There was going to be a strong. You know? If something happens to your quarterback is. Wins and losses. Feels like McMullan's is a guy you wanna keep on your schoolwork. As a back up. And I think he's gonna earn the white kind of site for the second round. Please omi. Oh that seconds quarterback on your on your team. But again, this is a team. That's something, you know. Guide and now you can say. This guy can do you know, what can we get for him? So it's going to be interesting to see what happens the next two weeks. And then of course, you know, the off season. Now, here's my question. He done for the rest of the day was. I think he would stay with Nick Mullins. I know that Shanahan is loyal to CJ. But the one thing that I've described CJ as when I watch him is that he's tough while the last week against the Seahawks. I saw Nick Mullins take massive hits. And like Franson was saying they've been he's completing passes. I think I think the fan base. Dennis was so famished for something positive to happen this year. Nick Mullins is giving that fan base exactly what they wanted last couple of weeks. Yeah. You're you're exactly right. And it's like losses in Jimmy Garoppolo Tabin. I mean. People get fired up in. It's good to see the last couple of weeks before two weeks ago, the energy level was very low after that. Stadium. You know last third, but I'm sure, you know, come Sunday again the fair basis that it'd be fired up. So. Wins and losses, and he's delivered to last week was the big way because. Seattle for. Inches about. And. Struggled up in Seattle weeks before that. Good defense played great. But also was able to put some points on the board. Then is when you look at the bears defense that they're going up against in. And obviously, I think it's easy to say that the goal is to keep you know, Nick Mullins upright that's on the offensive line. What's gonna be the biggest challenge for them? Is it clear MAC or is it just the entire the entire front? Stephan. Well, it's going to be because he's such an aggressive pass rusher. And he's a guy that you're since he's come on this. I mean, this defense is taken up two or three notches because he no he he's a guy that can take over the football game. And that energy. Kinda filters down to the rest of the decent. So you know, it's gonna be a another challenge. He's gotta play. You know, what you create against Khalil Mack is going to give his place, you know? You have to make sure and take over the football game. So it's gonna be a challenge for the offensive line played great. You know a little bit. In the middle there. They get step in the middle. But I think in the outside the edges where Chicago's gonna bring the toughest Russia's it's going to be Joe stay leeann. Another game. You know, the that gets the ball out of hand quick. So you gotta go to work again plan. George kiddle worked at middle. Embiid Dante Pettis which is going great all right now late in the football season. He's healthy. William. Vertically on on the decent. So I think it's gonna come down to your game plan George killed. Khalil mack. Or, you know, scrimmage. Aslan is little better than hurt the middle. Do you think kettle goes off this weekend because he's gotten he's created so much space the last couple of weeks for me, especially in that first half against Denver. I just wonder what his what is productive is going to be like against the spirit defense. That's third in the league. Well, you gotta you gotta it's gonna be a Nick Mullins. But you gotta you gotta get your mismatches. George kettle. Coverage easy or. Take advantage of that. Which is good in the game about the mismatches. And I think it'll teams are looking at George. He's a pro bowler. Now, so. He's gonna get to get double team. But now this opens up, you know, marquees Goodwin or are Pettus a critically on the outside. So. That's what that's what football is about. It's about the game plan matches. When you look at the defense. I mean is it on deforest Buckner in or is it the edge guys? And making sure that Mitchell Trubisky doesn't get outside the pocket were obviously he's made some success. This year had some success. Yeah. You gotta keep your contain. And to force. Seasons. Now armstead. He's gotta sit there. Hard edge currencies marchers. Let this outside and make close down the field. So you that I think is coming together. I think Eric garner is to resign. Thomas's plan better football us getting some some reps on the inside. So I I think that that is a special group. I think they're coming together. I think the pressure is going to be there. And I think the force is going be the force. He's going to keep pressure up the middle. Yeah. I think divorce should have got elected to the Pro Bowl. Not an alternate up's still irritated about that. Well, you know, I it's it's you he's going to have more opportunities fantastic second year guy. He's just gotta turn. But he's got to understand that this is football. You'd have to be consistent puts it put together another Caesar. He's gonna go to many people are pro bowls. When you look at you know, this bears offense. And you know, there's the go-to guy who I mean, who would you say it is getting it changes every week. Yeah. And you know. Be. Well, and they're going to be tested again. And it's important to have sticky. Coverage physical have to tackle. I mean, I I love watching these young guys. Marcel oversell help yourself Harrison more and those guys are the secondary has been different every football. So last week. Another combination combination that played really well because they are very physical and they're on with their Siamese coverage Suarez. And it's going to be another test because you know, the next two weeks you'll get forty Niners defense, which what to do is you want to turn them down the seal. So these young guys. Play. Well, and. About four weeks ago. You know, he's looking who's gonna move forward next. The Aussies waited. So. The play by play for this football team. We're playing NFL. So I'm excited to see that one of those young guys that you mentioned as before we let you go. I wanna know what you think of the maturation process of Dante Pettis who Kyle's obviously giving high praise to and has a high expectation of Dante for twenty nineteen. Yeah. I mean, he's a second round draft pick in trade up to this guy because of his skill level. And he would be more impactful the country turns that's what he did. So great in college. But now he's got a featuring Martinez. Not really being part of the game plan the last three or four weeks. Dante Pettis elevated this game. Break those big plays. If this guy gets on on what he's got that basketball move. So much separation from defensive backs and once he gets the ball in his hands. You got the ability to make plays down the field. And I I like what he's done. I mean got hurt. Left there. And then he kind of disappeared for a while. He got healthy getting rips and practice, and then he really kinda showed out. I mean, he's he's a guy who can be that big play guy down the field. And I liked the way of. Focused on what he has to do. And you know, he's playing his expectations are super high. And I think he's starting to live up to the little bit. Who's he remind you of? Receivers. Yeah. He he's a quick scrimmage. He's got good hands. Vision down the field an open field. You know, he hard to tackle. I mean, I can't compare that anybody right now because his NFL career, but he's got to be a good guy. The guy that you can kinda featuring your offense. Dennis. Thank you so much for joining us today, sir is going to be a wild weekend. A happy holidays to you. We appreciate your time. Thank you, sir. Denis areas, we're both champion. Dennis brown's. It'd be a wild weekend. Chicago Bears at Levi's..

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"sir denis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Moment man that the whole game was fun. The kings were fun. I liked the kings Younis. Energy notice that they just play. They have a lot of spring in their step, absolutely deer and foxes. Nice. I know he didn't shoot it. Well, but he brings you just got a nice flow to his game and buddy hield went off. He'll score anywhere. Anytime got in college. He was a big score. And now, he's he had a monster. Fourth quarter put up about fifty on on on Steve Alford. Do reps were paid. Dude. Was my big my big rim shot Joe over the weekend. Did you hear? He's changed. His name to Steve Alford. Do we know? UCLA coughed up ninety. Plus, I can state just said here's a thanksgiving Turkey Turkey, right down your throat as the great, sir. Denis eaten hog would say, we can jam the record write down the consumers. Saint heavens. Nice by the way, who feels war today. Murphy. Well, I can't compare it. But I'll just say this how bad speaking of college athletics. How bad this horrible feel and canyon. Where does he go from here? Honestly, murph. What where does he go got to go win his bowl game? Now. Doesn't matter if they win there. But nobody there was supposed to be in the playoff. They're supposed to be housed eight because it's a great year. Not good enough. You've got to. Yeah. Exactly you got to go in the cave and liquor woman's body. That's it. He's got to go and start licking Dante Pettis. Why do you feel like sometimes there are losses? Like you. Just can't you just you can't see it's like it's like, for example, the ninety four NFC championship if the Niners lost that game for the third year in a row. It would have been like well now, I don't know what you do. Now, you blow this up maybe start all over again because I can't blow it you can't fire them. You've got to keep them. There. You got it. It hurts. Walker is if you're involved in a college rivalry, and you're involved in these huge stake games. Somebody loses them, and you just gotta go in the K usually eighty eight UCLA against USC. We both one loss team where both ranked in the top five. It was an epic Bitta theater. Troy Aikman's Rodney p we had a hundred ninety thousand and they fricken beat us. And what did we do wasn't like the next morning went on LA radio? What do we do? What do we do? We went into the cave and just. I'll tell you. I was rooting for Michigan. I wanted them to beat Ohio house. I've never really I've never really liked Ohio State. I don't love them hate him. I just kind of indifferent with our by figure look to rank fourth. This is their moment there on the let's see him. Do it. Let's go beat Ohio State cope set in on Friday football forecast for me and took Ohio State, by the way. Wait explain that really unhappy that Ryan Cova attached himself. We had an agreement with the stipulation the rules and regulations of Friday football forecast, article seventeen a subsection a clearly states one must be a member part-time fulltime or otherwise connected to the Eminem show in order for those picks to be deemed valid therefore, Murph. I reject cove as associate how am I sounding, by the way, lawyers? Good. Yeah. I'm not going to say the ninth circuit. Article seventeen. I am going to go ahead and approve your requests. Thank you Mervyn question..

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"sir denis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Talking, podcast Absolutely Jay talking. Podcast I'm, hearing it's the most popular podcast on earth. That's what I heard you know. We have Denison Everett Dennis. In Everett home I think of. The new casinos I saw it this morning I was over by. Schrafft's building I saw? This, little, bit of. Vegas going up and over there are you near that oh yeah It's beautiful, it's beautiful coming along great great data data. Little fire over the weekend on. The third floor over there. Firemen just had a pale back. The roof a little bit one of the well there's a spot. Caught but it was? All, right But everything's going, good debt I heard you said you wanted to move away from that way gonna move to not be I was thinking. Of Seattle Victoria this, is only you know, after I retired and everything Yeah well. Maybe that's too hot here Dennis the thing is it's. Too hot I can't take it anymore I would. That humidity it killed and we haven't had no relieve it day. After day after day I don't, remember I don't remember some. Of being this hot consistently today it wasn't check this out in. In Las Vegas it's going. To be over one hundred for. The next fourteen days the, highest being one hundred eleven Wow that's you know. As terrible parts of the United States are going to be on. Inhabitable it's time to move north Yeah but I don't know. I'm scared to move anywhere A lot of crazy weather tornadoes hurricanes earthquakes. And all. That is what. I like. It, up here we've been. We've been fortunate thank God Not to get too much at a crazy weather I mean couple of years ago and revere you had, on, Broadway, we, the microbursts that come through and did a little damage and we had the tornado, there in now Webster the other day so but hey you looking forward. To the casino, opening up Oh that's cool what's your favorite game I like roulette I like I kinda. Like that too what do? You usually do do you have? This betting strategy Just a couple, of good, numbers maybe the. Twenty six and eleven and try to live off that but. Then again you know it's all gambling. And you look in the? Light of blaming hear the noises I'm not gonna get too heavily involved in it Okay A couple of beers and a one hundred bucks worth of. Gambling. Exactly a couple hundred bucks and maybe maybe see some of the good shows that are becoming. That. Yeah By the way what's the closest t stop to it and how close is that t. Stop Wellington that's the closest yeah On. On. The, train, Yup Yup interesting, hey Dennis I gotta run but it's, cool. To talk to you sir Denis in. Everett Everitt home. Of The new casino in our new. Our. New. WBZ. Digs, is, going to be right next to the casino question is where. They sell alcohol twenty four hours Visi back on President Trump pulled the US out of the nuclear deal reached with Iran by President Obama now he has reimposed sanctions with those sanctions going into effect overnight vowing to force Iran back to, the table for an agreement that. Will benefit all despite warning nations that don't wind down their economic ties with Iran that they risk.

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"sir denis" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on WGTK

"And let's go to robert in san antonio texas hello robert yes sir denis so what is your suggestion in light of all the bad that takes place you don't think how can we have good people is the most important question what is more important than what's more important people learned over time by observing the outcome of their behavior if their behavior is such that it produces a bad outcome or suffering suffering then they they're alert conscious thinking rational individuals stable change their behavior because of the outcomes of their bad behavior that's the way the word so i don't want to call it karma because karma implies punishment and i don't believe got punished punish anybody is a group well you don't believe you don't believe in you don't believe in a just god oh no wait wait wait why don't you drop my word i said you don't believe in a just god oh i i believe in a just don't god doesn't punish then he's not just well god does not just because he's given us very well and and if you and if we use the three will to do evily punishes that's what a just god does just god rewards and punishes i don't believe the world works that way lee relevant all i don't care what you believe i just want to make clear i never argue almost never argue with callers i just wanna make it clear you don't believe in a just god.

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"sir denis" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on No Agenda

"The idea that willetts the phrase from the safe shays but as a british any england deaths it's a it's a british sawedoff image how fan something like that they are so again thanking people later on thank you for supporting us remember we do ever show coming up on sunday we'll have our free oscar predictions oh yeah and please remember to support the program your podcast that laura dot org n a might as well let everybody know that you will have the prediction that this sunday formula is this we go wild we had people in the mouth woah borders cross i did want to mention one more promotional item from a dude named ben his name's been he calls himself the dude named ben i was just listening to 10 10 laugh mud but off when i heard cash is racist just so you know i work at the local casino here they will not take fifty dollar bills because it has grant on it because he killed a lot of the natives i guess it's an indian casino uh so he uh purchase cash is racist dot com and that is now fording to the no agenda show website the to glatz glatz what they won't take 50s because grant is on it yes sir oh i'm sorry i'll stop billion keep doing i understand your break give their habit within jess sir denis are doing it to you know just say never mind you can say it all you want i'm going to say to you sir i play quick i got a quick ice oh cats.

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"sir denis" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on WTMA

"Not too worried about it let's wait though there is a bill there are republicans in congress who might actually make the argument that none of this would accomplish anything in it's stupid and will oppose perhaps if they have to the white house and the president on on the latest efforts at and honestly here the language of the weekend they just want something done it doesn't have to be something effective it doesn't have to be something that will save lives it doesn't have to be anything like like that but something they just want something anything and that's pretty ridiculous isn't it and then their share of israel kabul before i get to share of israel whose quieter quite a guy this guy he's going to be running for office as a democrat before this is all over he's one of the breakout stars of the florida school shooting and i kid you not there is now use that uh phrasing i was talking to somebody yesterday and we were talking about the florida shoot it and the person i was speaking too said in reference to one of the students seventeen year old david hoggar who has been on television more than wolf blitzer i think since the shooting and the person i was talking to referred to david hogg not sir denis eaten hard from spinal tap but david hogg from the high school in florida and parkland florida as one of the breakout stars and i i kid you not the references david hug you know the high school guy that one of the you know he's the sort of the breakout star from the high school massacre and i i had an almost out of body experience for about three eight so the second while one of the breakout stars from the shooting and the sheriff i think has seen this as an opportunity in some ways sued to gain a national platform and get on tv and he kept it a secret even though he knew going into the cnn town hall meeting that his deputy and possibly more of his deputies waited outside while.

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"sir denis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And frustration and i'm shaking my head enrolling my eyes i have to explain that because i'm on the radio and you can't see me you can't say and uh i'm watching what they're talking about and pro a disallowing people under the age of twenty one from buying rifles apparently of any kind i guess that include shotguns that makes a lot of sense okay that's what they're talking to burn but we'll see i'm not too worried about it let's wait till there's a bill there are republicans in congress who might actually make the argument that none of this would accomplish anything on it's stupid and will oppose perhaps if they have to the white house and the president on on the latest efforts at and honestly here the language over the weekend they just want something done it doesn't have to be something effective it doesn't have to be something that will save lives it doesn't have to be anything like like that but something they just want something anything and that's pretty ridiculous isn't it and then their share of israel kabul before i get to sheriff israel whose choita quite a guy this guy he's going to be running for office as a democrat before this is all over he's one of the breakout stars of the florida school shooting and i kid you not the reason i use that phrasing i was talking to somebody yesterday and we were talking about the florida shoot it and the person i was speaking too said in reference to one of the students 17yearold david hogg who has been on television more than wolf blitzer i think since the shooting and the person i was talking to referred to david hogg not sir denis eaten hogg from spinal tap but david hogg from the high swollen of florida in parkland florida as one of the breakout stars and i i kid you not the references david howell you know the high school guy that you're one of the you know he's the sort of the breakout star from the high school massacre and i i had an almost out of body experience for about three eight so the second while one of the breakout stars from the shooting and the sheriff i think has seen this as an opportunity in some ways to to gain a national platform.

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"sir denis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I think they know you don't have representation yet and until somebody comes along and hurts them they don't really give a flip about your yeah i am make it what gets me e everybody's says if you don't vote you don't you're not he it's unamerican it's it's it's on eight threeodd it right away i think it's more patriotic because my family my father sir denis servicing gave his life in the service iin actu i'm i'm exercising my right that he worked core and if there is not a good candidate i feel neither one of them is going to be properly representing america i'm a us i'm not gonna vote yeah well now you that people say that i think it's so wrong and here's everything wrong with us and that is people that say gosh how could you vote third party or whatever party they are going to lose any way should because if that's what you believe in that's what you how dare someone to condemn you for saying that candidate the your backing who you don't even know what they stand for don't care your do an adjusted do it that's awful yeah tell me john it is mostly the premise of today maybe it's been like this for a long time is you'd you'd vote against some one it's all about haiti it's just hate the other side and that's enough in this is the worst i've ever seen and investigators lose it'll continue because it can because that's modernday media yep everyone super is everyone is super served the if i hate so and so i can get super served hating soandso all day every day or won't and that's all i care about and it it came to people port somebody just because her party's support yeah that's that was hard that that was hard for me to take looking at some of our leading republicans of the state who you know knelt down the donald trump right when ted cruz l'ambassade in for months and months and months and then there's ted after cheering same think we're cornyn argue as far back as i had i do a boat what bob dole for president back then and personally i felt i hate to say it's when i started feeling why in my voting for somebody that i feel is not a good candidates at all right you might you might like a lotta people and.

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"sir denis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wall street polarized round future oil prices steven schork as a former oil trader now a consultant he says investors are getting excited about a jump in prices while oil drillers are being cautious producer cage signalling dot 60dollar high fifty which certainly purity beat hired a market whereas you speculator is betting on prices moving higher either way barbara shook says major oil companies will make money if they can maintain capital disappointed that is not spend on exploring new areas that could take years to produce like alaska her parts of the gulf of mexico eric smith at you lane university says the sixty dollar a barrel price can keep companies drilling at full speed where they already are and key to the money flowing brick capital this equipment is not coming from the oil company disappointing news coming from the lenders to people that are putting up the money to support peace aggressive trolling programs the us is on track for a record year of oil production but that doesn't greatly reduce volatility because it's just one of so many changing factors in the global market i mean you there for marketplace yes it's a new year but california is still digging out from last year's devastating wildfires it's too early to know how much damage has been done in southern california but it's likely to be in the billions of dollars add to that another nine billion and damage from the fires in the wine country up north the cost of those fires is still unknown but as kqeds sam harnett reports there is already a legal battle over who should pay for all of it on that edge over there those were off houses along that black and sir denis hunter is walk you through rows and rows of burnedout greenhouses his cannabis farms on the outskirts of santa rosa and the fires destroyed much of it underestimates five hundred to six hundred thousand dollars in damages we had us and people here um when when the fire came through so we had already heard from them and they said the place was on fyre as they were running out of it like many of his neighbors hunters been approached by lawyers who want him to sue the local utility pacific gas and.

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"sir denis" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"sir denis" Discussed on No Agenda

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