18 Burst results for "Stephen Paul"

"stephen paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"And also joining us. We have another one of our favorite guests. He was on Live and let die. He did the other dalton. Licensed to kill It's at a morose adam how you doing. Oh i'm i'm doing better now that i really watch this film. You know. I had a hole in my life at steven and stewart paul sized hole and then we filled it this. This is your fault. isn't it interesting. So if you're if you're a regular listener of all of our shows you'll know that the last month or so. We went on a tear through the works of one stewart. And stephen paul and this is like the final puzzle piece. Bradley can on a sore so we hope was like the most pervasive shit. History of the podcast. So it's gone through like the main optimism vaccine pod. It's crossed over into four year years only and it's even made it into a patriotic only special episode and causing. I'm not mistaken yeah. Constantly constantly cockatoo caustic content. Is where all of this started and the show where you torture each other has now bled into all of our other programs for extended suffering. So yeah thank you. Thank you guys to think for tunes in for other programs. You'll know we did a whole episode on the the workers st paul. I believe at the end of that. High-fat food. I would never watch anything else associated with after. We unanimously agreed. He was the worst filmmaker anyone said. Encounter and lo and behold. We have this episode. Which i believe steve breaks your streak of showing up on movies are generally pretty good and for this one the world on and on and on high knows all your fault steve. All your suggested this. Because i know jake is a huge fan of stephen paul's prior for a into james bond land. Never too young die. So i figured you know this is probably in the same vein. Let's give it a shot. Yeah well i introduced that film to steve. We did a. You ain't seen nothing yet back in the day. And i believe steve was a fan but unfortunately all of the elements that i love about. No they're never too young to die are virtually non-existent in the double o kid nineteen ninety-three direct to video family feature not not directed by either the paul's but it sure as shit ridden by both of them so that's one that's even another series of the podcast. That paul's fucking purveyed. Yeah it's no still. We don't need to do that. Adams son of a bishop films. They've risk it. No time. Today is ending daniel craig's bond career. This is where we end the paul innocence. Are i this. This is the final episode. We do on them. We created the bills. Man like stewart and stephen paul have have invaded film twitter. I think didn't extend clip. Just do baby.

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"stephen paul" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

What Difference Does It Make

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make

"Then another movie. I did the fabulous stains with laura dern and and lane that was laura dern first movie diane lane and and the guys in in the sex pistols paul simon from the clash and lou add blurred directed and Who is also you know instrumental in original rocky horror show. Funny small world is right. Yeah and the the writer for the movie you know they. They stephen paul. They wouldn't say her lines. They said fuck for like every other word in the movie. Whatever they're lying was there was three or four fox in it and she got so she would know that up and she every day she was freaking out because they wouldn't say her lines and she ended up quitting in the middle of the movie and just leaving and took her name off the credits for the movie and paramount. It was paramount movie and they were so upset by the language that they decided not to release the movie. The movie never got released. Never and now it's like a video nubby classic you cole classics oil boy. And then ring winston. I mean he was the leader of the pope ban ray winston and he's turned into a massive star. You know and big time. He was in all these scorsese movies and analysis and just sexy beast. I mean really. He's he's really great. You really great. He really made a career for herself. So yeah. I have done some stuff. But i still wanna do broadway. My wife and i love to go to broadway and we have obviously have seen any broad winged quite a while but We see hamilton like three times in new york city and come from away and We saw temptations play A too proud to beg was so great and network with bryan. Cranston was brilliant. It was so great. I tell you a tube story though with your characters in there there. There's something there my friend. He got green light writing class. I learn how to put these together. You might do the lin-manuel miranda and you'll you'll you'll be able to. you'll get on there some workshops. I wouldn't be surprised if you couldn't based on just who you are. You should be able to meet with some of these people and get your way onto a a broadway production. That's right we will do for. You creates reality once again. Okay i guess other collaborations. I want you had you've worked with richard marx. He's like he's another guy that we wouldn't put together with you. But you guys work well together. Apparently richard did the record. The way mule rides again record. Richard and i wrote all the songs he produced. He's my best friend. We i just saw him the other day. He's a brilliant. I i think the greater songwriter. That i've ever known the greatest vocalist. I've ever known the greatest producer i've ever known he gets. He gets vocals ought to be that. I didn't know i had. Yeah and the guy is a genius and he lives here in malibu and ashley. He just moved to the valley but go valley. we've been friends for. He met us in the studio. He met me in the studio with david foster when we were doing completion baffled principal and he just some kids sitting in the back of the room and at the end of the day goes. I really like your lyrics. Will you ran a song with me. And i i want to say well sure no problem and so we became friends and that was gosh. What eighty one i think. So you know yeah. He's literally was a kid in eighty-one. Yeah i mean he was. Oh yeah he's he never let me forget africa. He's fifteen years younger than me. So so he's a he's a kid are you. Are you in his book. He's just he really book this year. Read it. I'm yes i have. I've there's quite a number of mentions of me. The book absolutely pretty. It's a good book is funny. There's some great stories in that boat and and pretty accurate. I mean his portrayal of me is pretty accurate. Maybe not all that complementary. But that's the way i am. I say stupid stuff a lot. We all do. I put out feelers for you. Gotta tell him to to join our podcast. Feelers to get richard on on our show. And i i haven't gotten response yet. Okay we gotta use our connections man. We're we're gonna put you. I'm going to do live of fee. Way bill show and perform my record. I'll help be put it together. He's going to help me put the band together and rehearse and get a settling together. We're trying to figure.

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"stephen paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"He is terribly miscast and i mean i'm sure. They put him in the movie because he's got name recognition. Obviously stephen paul pulls strings for some knows. Why but that's just reality. They're all friends. Yeah he's agent Stephen paul is john votes agent puts him in this movie. I guess but john. John i've got this great project for you. You're going to love it so picture this highlander but worse so it's medieval europe. There's this gypsy girl. She can't get enough of your sheep. Watched your body flash forward if the nineteen eighties. Also same girls. are you following me. Then you save the native american sir. Yeah it's like the didn't against even paul he wrote this and i guess boyd also was frightening credits so i don't know you think that they would have like reconceptualized the lead slightly because not of it feels like it's written for someone of jon voight s- age or station. He doesn't add up this. This feels like a role it was meant to be played by like a thirty year old. But here we are just old man. Jon voight stumbling through fucking god knows what this booby even is i. I'd say this is easily the best for me personally of the three because again. Yeah like you're gonna make a shitty movie in fucking nineteen ninety. Then call that bad up. Because it's like humor like jeremy irons or something you know. They got a piece of shit scripts that you just want to make watchable put. What are these people are just gonna stomp all over the director and fucking scream the entire movie and Yeah kinda works is also has. This movie does have one of the rare events of like stephen paul. Trying to communicate information. Visually early like like actually use visualized to create kind of sequence. Unfortunately the sequence is pretty much just the lady making out. What's i don't even remember. She's making out with a check. That mostly are It's our momma set with While pictures of her leg net nude glamour photos of her are not projected. 'cause weirdly there's no overlay like they're not projected there like on the whole just switched behind your. I don't know they had. Tv's that size back whenever this was made nineteen ninety so much of what technology they're using though basically they're making out and these these shots of her are of like cycling through in the background he makes promises to her a probably cinematics the holy point of steven polls career probably the most cinematic thing he's ever achieved its orderly derivative and it doesn't make sense but the it's day or so this movie has that i guess if if that's cells yeah that's a really really good sell their other big cells in this movie. There's a frankie valli cameo which i think that also feels the. The borough lives rumors. Because why the fuck would they. Why the fuck would frankie valli do a cameo in this movie unless they know him because he's friends. burr lives ride. Stephen paul's agent that true the only two clients steve. Ball's act bob clark. I think my favorite thing though and this whole movie is wilford brim. Lease only four years older than jon. Voight and classic wilford grimly. He plays like a dot illegal mad. Void gets to mr sexy boy at. It's fucking sad when is wilford. Bramley gonna get a love see. When do we get it. I mean never now. But i mean is there in the history of cinema. Do i ever get to see wilford bramley. Embrace a woman let google Be back in a second. Yeah no i feel like look hologram technology. Cg g you know we brought by peter cushing the will for bradley sex scenes weaken be pop those off. Now we can go places. Even wilford himself never would have dreamed of. Yeah i okay so like water. Coachella twenty twenty two. We project a nude wilford grimly onto the stage and is alive. Sexy you're measuring wilford. Brindley just showed up in the middle of some person vehicle just like dropping rhymes with you know i'd like diabetes. Whatever runs with that l. e. result this youtube thing where it says bruce wilford lead talks about his sex life with dick richards. And i think that's enough internet for me today. Jay gone mr skin on mr skin. So yeah that. That really illustrates is like armand. Asante is over a decade younger than boys. And if we just use like the flashback slash previous life slash whatever the fuck it is as like a framework As his older brother who's in line to inherit the crown whereas the young whipper sector shot voight is is his shadow his a peace nick. So yeah he's he's meant to be younger than armata. South able even film and wilford grimly is playing his father Not in reality but in the in the previous life you know Gets confusing but he plays his father. The king and again eilly davidson's the love interest. Who would presumably be his appear but his like thirty years. It's just it's so very clear that at his mother his neighbor something which initially in the film when he like walks in on her like working out or whatever i'm like is that going to be as love interests. Gazette scott progressive. That's appropriate for this version of jon voight. But it was like. She was his his mother in the previous life. Just like a horny. older woman. she's a real cougar. In this movie. I guess although she really isn't in fucking movie. Also here's stephen. Pause terminal rich guy brain to clearly has never like lived in an apartment because what the faulk he make when jon voight walks out of his apartment. The door to this woman's apartment is just across it's across from him and wide open and she's just like inner living room working out just with the door wide open..

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"stephen paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

08:16 min | 3 months ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"Until nineteen ninety-five when he died Other than that again. That the best. I've got i think maybe realize realizes not related to them but i wouldn't rule it out either so we might be back to money laundering that sets long short honoring. Yeah stephen paul. If you're listening who's your mom. We know who is and we know who is dad is we just don't know who is mom was married. To between the years of nineteen seventy in nineteen ninety-five. We even know that it's his his dad couldn't keep it up with his mom. Cry is actually this. This whole story is a great way to introduce the first movie that we're going to talk about because stephen paul and and part of the place where this like. Dorothy koster ives. Paul thing comes from is. There is an article from the new yorker in the nineteen seventies about stephen paul. He was Quite the vindicated and he was a celebrated teen playwright in new york city. And that's kind of how he found his way into hollywood at a young age and he was allowed to direct this hollywood movie with real. Ask people in it and a very young michelle pfeiffer called falling in love again and this is a legitimate. Studio film is scott people in. It's it is now part of the reason he was allowed to make. It is because it was self produced and self funded so he took three and a half million dollars a family money which i don't know what that is in two thousand twenty money but quite a bit and for some fucking reason decided to make falling in love again in Nineteen eighty nine hundred. Eighty right just one thousand nine hundred and the reason. This is odd. Is you gotta remember steven paul. He probably wrote the screenplay when he was like i. Nineteen or twenty years old even the younger rag. This movie released when it was like twelve years. Yeah yeah he was. He was a baby. tiny teenager. heine teens stephen. Paul directing elliott gould susanna work and michelle pfeiffer in falling in love again which is a period piece that partially takes place in the nineteen forties. And then i guess it would be like the nineteen seventies new york bronx and it is about his father played by elliott gould and also stewart paul as a young dad. And it's the story of. It's about how his his dad like he found his dad's memoirs and this is about how his dad like wanted to be someone and be something and then he fucked it all up but maybe not But it's weird because really the whole film centers on elliott gould. Being a loser piece of shit who fox hookers and yeah. I don't know if you've found your dad's secret diary that said boy. It sure was cool. Like boning thousand hookers. This past weekend. Can't wait to not be around my wife. I don't know if i'd make a movie out of that personally. I don't know if you guys have any other thoughts of that jake. How much did you love this movie. Oh my god. I couldn't tell you single thing about s- movie just such a non entity like i was hoping gould would at least carry it because like you said i love elliott gould from his period in the seventies where he was with. He's starting like all these great robert altman films and then he goes and he does this and he's just He's you know he's cast at sea without a liferaft. There's there's nothing year there's wants to be like this multi generational prestige picture that tells. This man's continued story. Valley met this woman and fell in love and we see this goes back and forth between their older years in the younger years. But just not a single thing in this sticks at all. It's just it's so lifeless and it's it's really trying to be something but it's just so. Do a filmmaking. I like my mind just turned to mush. Was watching it. This was insane. Lifeless is a really good word to use. Actually and part of the reason why. I've been kind of like mulling this over in my head. I think stephen paul as director slash writer. He may be my least favorite filmmaker just because like some people. I feel like if you make a movie. That just like looks like shit and his bland and lifeless. But it's almost like at some point. You have to stumble onto something interesting accidentally but i have never seen something more stale in my entire life than the collective works of stephen paul. There's nothing here and he. He works as kind of a cinematic black hole just sucking all the life out of everything anywhere near him. And that's how you get these movies. That have all these incredible people that are just doing the worst. Like least compelling shit. It's it it's phenomenal even michelle pfeiffer who does super early integrated this is like one of if not the first movie she ever did and just seeing her on screen. She's like this radiant beauty. Who is doing the most ridiculous fake british accent. I've ever heard my entire life and somehow the movie makes her a just boring and unsympathetic. So great job. Stephen paul did the business. I mean so as you mentioned. Stephen we're talking basically about a teenager. Apparently gifted teenager which is the worst coined. Frankly not not anything wrong with them but being labeled gifted is is usually not a. It's not a help it leads. You down weird. Pats and this is a weird because this is basically a nineteen year old or whatever making a movie that is about two things. It is a nostalgic recollection of nineteen forties the bronx and about the failing of a forty year marriage on around thirty to forty year marriage. He's nineteen he doesn't know anything about all either of these things he couldn't possibly so he's just cribbing mercilessly from other films putting together thing what would happen. And he is so clearly off zest with the concept of the correct film. Because it's a very kind of well made film in terms of there's no glaring errors. It's not like any scenes edited in a weird way. This jesse was missing coverage or the scenes. The is all for anything. It's all very well made. It is just overly lifeless. There's no there's no artistic inclination or vision here. And i and i think this is the path of stephen polls entire career. All the films discounts. Stephen paul has no cinematic voice whatsoever. I d- i don't know why he makes films. I don't know what compels them to make them. Because he has nothing to offer the medium in a way that and i guess leaving up against that he has enough money to sand down the coroner's that what make someone that alterly- own interesting somewhat interesting. You know most people who are like this who are just making movies for themselves. The it becomes weird 'cause they financial issues and and barriers and they have to. They have to base. They have to compensate me improvise. 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"stephen paul" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Of finishing off. Steve called us all together because we knew each other. We had met paul and yeah jayme and he wanted paul he wanted to write you start an original back and it worked and it was literally like within weeks we met you know like okay. What styler you would start okay. It's going to be a little hard. You're a little jazzy. A little rock. You know you. The hard rock guys in the personalities gelled the music gel than we're just like it was a blast. It was a blast with the voice. Is i and there's a method to my madness. Where did you play or never. That's the side part. We spent we right away. We started writing. Yeah we were locked into that basement. We were fine tuning and we recorded. We did everything we played like one time. All right. yeah that's that's it doesn't bother me so much now but you know before it was like damn were right there. We broke up right then. So can we have our stuff. What's so yeah. I got a really recommend you To get the free ten day apple. Tv subscribe to the documentary. 'cause he talked about playing at a bar mitzvahs and moves in the vfw's and just all these different places they would play To get in front of an audience. It didn't matter In his biography he would talk about that. You would go to a bar and say we will play free. You know all will pass the hat. Whatever never from the hat. that's we're going to get. I think we joke in the last two three years that we've been you know back together or whatever we between. Excuse me between stephen paul. I think we calculated they have like ten thousand shows under their. Yeah from all the gigs. They did jam nights. And all this and all that and it was like. They're always there are always out. There always working working working working working until it became like. Because you're not doing what you really want to do. Your own music so it starts to like you know whereas me and the other guy were always like sitting home writing just trying to you know at one point. I realized damn i got like eighty songs written. What am i doing with. Sarah tells the story that You know she was flying anywhere she could in the late eighties early nineties..

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"stephen paul" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Weekend early next week. W B A P News meteorologist race staging at the Weather Channel. Right now, a few clouds and 76 degrees news brought to you by Texas home improvements. New spray forward I SD employees are getting a pay raise. It's an increase is part of the newly approved 2021 22 budget that includes a 4% pay hike. Board members last night approved the increase in an effort to attract and retain teachers and employees. Stephen Paul, executive director of the United Educators Association, said quote the pay increase is needed and it's what we promised the voters last fall when they voted for a tax increase. The race will cost about $32 million American Airlines cancelled over 130 flights by Tuesday afternoon as it pulls back on its schedules, a mix staffing shortages. That's come from the tracking service flight aware, the Fort Worth based carrier announced over the weekend that would cut about 1% of its scheduled to prevent its network from getting overloaded as demand has Skyrocketed. American is wrapping up to retrain pilots and restore its employee roster, which had been reduced amid the covid pandemic. Kim Lampkin is W B A P News. A record number of taxes will travel for fourth of July weekend. Tripoli, Texas's Daniel Armed booster says about 3.7 million Texans are expected to travel from the first to the fifth. That would be a 48% increase over 2020. But it would also be an increased by 3% over 2019, which was a record year for travel. So this will Be the most that we've seen on record travel for independent, Armbruster says most people will be traveling by car and they expect to see an increase in roadside assistance is urging drivers to make sure their car is checked before going on a road trip and north taxes, looking for work and take advantage of a job here in Dallas tomorrow, where hundreds of positions will be up for grabs. Joins career fairs.

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"stephen paul" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To American Ground Radio. Stephen Paul with Louis SAR Abalone America is back. All right? Yeah. Where did it go? Aren't these the same people who said When was America ever? Great? Yeah. Where did America go? Didn't America lead on the Abraham Accords? The largest piece moving on the planet Earth over the last four years. Didn't America lead on that note? Did America stand up to North Korea? Didn't America stand up to China and say you know what? You can't claim the entire South China Sea. We're going through that That was during the Trump administration. Those things did not happen. Those things did happen. We didn't go anywhere. Okay, so, Joe Biden is in Europe, and that's apparently the theme of his speech. America is back. But do you know 60% of Europeans think China will eclipse the United States as the world's preeminent power? And guess what Europeans want to remain neutral. They do well, Europe, It doesn't really have a whole bunch of business in the Pacific. Europe isn't connected to the Pacific. They're connected to the Atlantic. So if China rises in the Pacific that's not as big a problem for Europe as it is for the United States or for Australia or for Japan. So they're a little bit myopic in their view of that, because it does. It's not in my backyard. But doesn't that trouble folks, especially for you who continually vote for Democrat candidates? Those that bashed the United States because those headlines, those get printed all around the world. And see it started primarily, I believe certainly in my lifetime with President Obama. You remember he went over to, he told Arab television viewers When he went to the Middle East, he said, America sometimes makes mistakes. We are not perfect. Now, That may be true, right? But that is also true of every single country in this world, right? That's true of every human being in this world. So my point is Why point this out? Why single out your own country? Would you go outside of your family? And bad mouth, your brother or your sister. To someone who is not in your family. It doesn't make any sense, even told European countries and this again, this was back in 2000 and eight, he said. There have and I quote President Obama, There have been times where America has shown arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive. Even in Spain. He said that our foreign policy Was at times that we sought to dictate our terms. I mean, everybody does that If you're called No bullshit If you're an effective negotiator, right? I mean, that's nothing to be ashamed of. No, it's not. But but by called the ownership, you know, But so is it really any surprise that Europeans don't respect The United States of America, and I'm not sure that Biden's theme of America's back after they finished telling the world that America never was great. It's going to be effective. We've got a question for American Mama's Dear Mamas. Did you see Night Bird on a G T Last night tears? Oh, my goodness. Well, let's ask our American Mama's mama. Mama, let's go. She say. I have absolutely no idea what you just you need to catch up. If you pay better attention, So what Joining us now are American moments. Terry Notable. Listen More Anthony's Arthur. What did you say? Let me play a little clip A.

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"stephen paul" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"I'm logging on the zoo. Yeah. I don't wear clothes. I mean I walk around the house. I work mostly naked most of the time or actually, right? Yeah. Why not? I need I need to have I need to have my dog testicles well-ventilated to be able to write great copy the free Syrian secret here working. You will make better copy. I promise. Damn. That's the hot tip, right? Yeah. I didn't know I didn't know him. You guys are funny though. It is interesting real quick. Cuz I like to draw I'm a little more casual stuff in today, but I actually like to dress nicely even when I'm just at home cuz I just feel like when I addressed and I started to feel more like I don't know motivated and stuff like that. So I tend to do that but you guys are in the other side of it where you're just not trust at all. So it's kind of fun. I hate clothes. I hate wearing clothes. I hate the fact that we have to do that. Yeah, that's interesting. All right, that's just about it for today before we finish. So let me share a little bit more about how you can stay in touch with me. I have a private email lists where I share high-level tricks strategies and gave us about copywriting entrepreneurship mindset and More. In fact often. My podcasts are based on topics. I first emailed out to my list weeks or even months earlier. So if you want to get brand new stuff for me am single day go to Stephen Paul George, I subscribe. These emails are often upwards of a thousand words. Can I send them every day? So make sure you really can commit to engage in with me off that level but as long as you can and you should because I do drop a ton of value in these emails go apply to join my list today. And again, the web address is Stephen Paul George, How's the crime and in case you don't know how to spell my name is okay. It is Stefan Paul and my last name is George i g e o r g i e Tom so Stephen Paul George, I subscribe and I will see you in my email..

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"stephen paul" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"Supposed to see so thank you. Yeah, of course because I've been I've been hurt before I've hurt and I've been her so I think that's like, you know, that's why I'm going to check a couple is so you know, Tim asked a quick One symptom. No one said how do you balance don't reinvent the wheel with stand out and be different you ought to talk about this from a copy perspective. So about a chrome one real quick. I think that when I say don't reinvent the wheel it means like there's a structure that's like, you know common to all of these successful offers are all the successful copy and it's like if you look at a bunch of Life click Bank weight loss supplement offers and they're all doing the same thing then like you should follow that same structure. You know, how you're different is you find a more unique story or you find you know in different aspect and I think you can suck. Have differentiators and they're like with you know Health supplements and like my first someone company being a Christian like some of my sight basically found a way to like try and these ingredients like the Bible and biblical ingredients. Like I was targeting the same thing as it all these other people were, you know already like there's plenty of blood sugar supplements out there, but I'm like, why aren't we doing a Biblical twist like Simmons all over the Bible cinnamons amazing helping to like suck the blood sugar. Like let's bring those two together like frankincense and myrrh, both have all these incredible health benefits and why why don't we just so you know within the copy was not like a guy created a new type of copy that nobody had ever seen before it was wage standard DSL, but my story was different and I think that's the biggest way to kind of succeed they're so yeah, I'm going to go ahead and just put that one to Sanford and then done. All right, that's just about it for today before we finish. So let me share a little bit more about how you can stay in touch with me I home. Private email lists where I share a high level of Tricks strategies and insights about copywriting entrepreneurship mindset and More. In fact often. My podcasts are based on topics. I first emailed out to my list weeks or even months earlier. So if you want to get brand new stuff for me every single day go to Stephen Paul George, I subscribe. These emails are often upwards of a thousand words and I send them every day. So make sure you really can commit to engage in with me on that level but as long as you can and you should because I do drop a ton of value in these emails go apply to join my list today. And again, the web address is Stephen Paul George 4 subscribe and in case you don't know how to spell my name is okay. It is Stefan Paul. And then a last name is George i g e o r g i. So Stephen Paul George, I subscribe and I will see you in my email list..

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"stephen paul" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"Time and click through to your sales page. So, you know warm traffic would be either an email list and these people open and click on. Yep. Emails and they already know me and like me and trust me so that much more likely to buy already. So your copy doesn't have to be as good because you already have an established relationship. Whereas too cold traffic you've got to do at this work to establish this different trust and stuff before they buy awesome and how are you Appear Being Greedy. He's like I hear from Ed yet. Let's go ahead. I would definitely say to pick one person who's the copy that you want to write and just do your best to learn from that one person and just go deeper that one person as much you can until you like you've learned as much as you can and do your best to Thursday. Get access to them whether that's by you know, doing stuff for free for another exchange for like critique on your copy cuz having a Grandmaster like or you going to call like a list or tweaking your copy and giving you feedback is better than any book ever teach you yeah, when I was going overhead stuff, like, you know, I basically would pinpoint what are the one or two things that Ed needs work on in this moment and forget it was really what I got sandpaper transitions. So a lot of people you write these stories in these correlations and then they and then these you transfer you transition into that sales office and those work. Those are the best emails. You can really ever right. They won't really well Facebook ads and stuff. But the they had what I called it like a hammer transition where it felt like you were getting hit with a hammy like, oh that didn't that wasn't smooth. And so I don't know was like, let's work on this one thing which is sandpaper Transitions and I had the same thing by the way, that's why this isn't it a critique on Ed. I had a phase in my career where I realized. I was really good job. Getting different pieces of a sales page but they didn't transition super smoothly. So I spent time literally just focusing on smooth transitions. So pick one part of your copy to work on it full-time and and only focus on that and then improve another element way to do that for a week two weeks until you really good at that. Don't try and improve all of your copy at all times. You're not going to just get back electively you want to focus on I'm going to get really good at writing stories or leads or closes or Transitions and focus on that and then the other piece Fred was creating more personality in the writing so became adding in these phrases that make things more fun and more interesting. So he had these two primary focuses of sandpaper Transitions and and adding personality into a copy so pick those things that you'll sort of lacking in or have somebody try to identify them for you and then improve those individually and like I just said pick one person learn from them to 90 days if they're dead. Doesn't work after that pick someone else but commit to one, you know one person or one group whether it's you know, Stephen an i or it's somebody else commit to that and then just let them because what's going to happen is you're going to get conflicting every you may have five different copy writers who are all great, but they're all five saying different things and you're trying to do all five different things at once and then you're not going to get that good pick the 1,000 follow this stuff and then go to someone else later. If you sort of gotten everything you can out of them. Okay, cool. Thanks sweet. Glad to help. All right, that's just about it for today before we finish though. Let me share a little bit more about how you can stay in touch with me. I have a private email lists where I share high-level tricks strong views and insights about copywriting entrepreneurship mindset and More. In fact often. My podcasts are based on topics. I first emailed out to my list weeks or even months earlier. So if you want to get brand new jobs for me every single day go to Stephen Paul George, I subscribe. These emails are often upwards of a thousand words and I send them every day. So make sure you really can commit to engage with me on that level but as long you can and you should because I do drop a ton of value in these emails go apply to join my list today. And again, the web address is Stephen Paul George Bush subscribe and in case you don't know how to spell my name is okay. It is Stefan Paul and my last name is George i g e o r g e I, so Stephen Paul George, I subscribe and I will see you in my email list..

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"stephen paul" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Killing and Dolphin westbound in Northwest 12th Avenue. Construction is blocking the left lane. In Broward County. A smooth ride continues crash removing its speed. You're next update in 10 minutes. NEWS radio 6 10 W A Nice sunrise, but a warm start to this first day of July, now 80 degrees and Dania Beach. We've got 81 in Sweetwater at 701 Any juvenile seeking to get an abortion in Florida now has tohave signed parental consent. Before that procedure can be performed Governor Rhonda Santa's signing the bill gate late yesterday. It takes effect today. Doctors cannot perform the procedure without a notarized letter from apparent the previous law only required parental notification after the fact. More than 6000 new cases of Corona virus in Florida. But Governor Rhonda Santa says he has no plans to start closing down the economy again, he says. We won't go backwards. I don't think that that really is what's driving and I mean people go into business is not not what's driving it. I think when you see the younger folks, I think a lot of it is more just social interactions. The governor says. The bottom line is protect the vulnerable and he's reminding younger people. This is an asymptomatic illness for many, and they have the responsibility to avoid. Effecting others who may be at risk and the governor throwing a lifeline to people who cannot make ends meet this month. He is extending the deadline on that moratorium on evictions and foreclosures. Now the rent is still do but you cannot be evicted or foreclosed upon. The new order is extended through the August 1st original order was set to expire today. And during his visit to Juno Beach yesterday, the governor signed to water quality bills. The governor says many waste water treatment facilities across the state. We are just poorly maintained on the network of pipes supporting them. I've fallen into disrepair. As a result of this, Even relatively moderate rain events can cause the system to be flooded, forcing a discharge of raw sewage into waterways and estuaries. The new law requires utilities to develop inspection, maintenance and replacement plans for the facilities. The second bill increases penalties for polluters. Fort Lauderdale police officer facing criminal charges now after allegedly pushing over a teenage protester, Broward State Attorney Mike SATs, announcing the officer Stephen Paul Lawrence, is charged with misdemeanor battery. This is all stemming from an incident that happened in May on Second Street SAT says Bajorans intentionally pushed a kneeling 19 year old woman to the ground during a black lives matter rally. The Miami Dade School Board unveils its reopening plan this afternoon for the upcoming academic year. That's the post To begin August 24th. Parents will choose from four options daily attendance to hybrid models of a mix of in person and online learning and an entirely online model United Teachers of date, President Carlos Hernandez Mott says parents must be patient do the pandemic. Everything is subject to change. It's not going to be an easy solution, and depending on what happens with the Corona virus cases, it would continue to spike. Out of those things might change is while students who attend live classes daily will have to wear masks everywhere. But in the classroom, they would be optional Temperature checks would only be required if someone arrives to school looking sick. Wendy Horsemen, NewsRadio 6 10 W Y O D, and in Broward County, five schools could be getting name changes. School board member Dr Rosalind Osgood said the word plantation should be dropped from school names. It could be disturbing to some Children. Ah workshop will be held to discuss that proposal. It's reporting day for Major League Baseball's 30 teams in order to screen everyone ahead of Friday's first workouts. After a few exhibition games. First pitch could be thrown in just a few weeks. You know it'll be July 23rd July 24 we'll be tied for first place and it will be a 60 games spring to the playoffs for the division title. Miami Marlins president of baseball operations Michael Hill admits his fish will have one of the most difficult schedules facing National League East and American East Team's New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council have reached a deal to cut a $1,000,000,000 from New York Police Department $6 billion budget, But Congressman Alexandra Ocasio Cortez says that's not enough the first time, Democrats said in a statement last night de funding the police means De funding the police. The White House now slamming leakers for saying President Trump was briefed about bounties put on soldiers by Russia as the president faces continued questions over these alleged bounties. Why else President Ery Kayleigh mcenany lashing out at the media? The leakers in those whom she called rogue intelligence officers to the anonymous sources who leaked classified information. You should know this, you may seek to undermine our president. But in fact you undermine our country's safety and our country's security. Magnini also confirming the president has not been briefed on the intelligence assessments first reported by The New York Times. I think there are still reservations within the Intel community on the veracity of the allegations. But frustrated Democrats brief at the White House yesterday rejected the White House's skepticism demanding the president hold Russia accountable. That's Fox is Griff Jenkins. Hundreds of advertisers start boycotting Facebook today. More than 400 companies taking part and stop hate for profit campaign by not advertising on Facebook during the month of July, civil rights groups have accused the social media giant of allowing hate speech and miss information to spread all across that platform. It's 706 No misinformation here. Good morning, Jimmy said. Follow Good morning, General relied heavy with us today. Ah Pharma Big Pharma board. Do they suck too? We're going to talk to your opposing who's investigative journalist about this room desert veer that they're going to charge over $3000 a treatment because their patriotic about this pandemic is nice people. Talk about a straight ahead 7 12 traffic. It's seven talented. He was 16 w y o D time to take care of business. You safely reopen American outside at the games, and, of course at work, Get back to work, Use traffic and weather.

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"stephen paul" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

Liberaleren Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast

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Flights Into The Stratosphere Study Changes To Atmospheric Rivers

Environment: NPR

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Flights Into The Stratosphere Study Changes To Atmospheric Rivers

"Is the global pandemic making. You wish you could take a quick break from planet earth. Our next story will help you do to stop over the past six months. Scientists have been flying high over the Pacific Ocean into the stratosphere to study weather phenomena called Atmospheric rivers these rivers in the sky can deliver huge amounts of rain and snow to the West Coast and they may be getting more intense. Npr's Nathan join them for a flight. Confession I don't always pay attention to preflight briefings you know the whole insert buckle seatbelt thing. But most flights don't have emergency masks with compressed air pressure you'll need like coordinator returning says because if something goes wrong above forty thousand feet here get sucked out of your lines okay. He's got my full attention heading like just about everyone else on this flight. Works for Noah the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. They're wearing smurfs. Blue flight suits with patches that read Hurricane Hunter because these are the folks if light through hurricanes when it's that time of the year this like far over the northeast Pacific Ocean shouldn't be nearly as bumpy because collecting data on atmospheric rivers is a little less invasive instead of flying through the band of moisture will fly over it at about forty one thousand feet just shy of where you can see the curvature of the earth. The weather event we're studying is far below. But let's have the expert on the jet. Explain starting with you know what the heck is an atmospheric river. Yeah sure so. They're basically like a river in the sky. Which is why that name got coins? And Wilson is with the scripts institution of Oceanography. So it's sort of a long narrow corridor of strong Moisture Transport so lasted water vapor and lots of wins mostly at low levels water vapor that starts in the humid tropics and then snakes its way across the ocean until it hits a landmass like a river hitting a damn that collision can be good and that brings much needed water to places like California but it can also be bad. Because when Wilson says lots of water vapor she means lots and atmospheric river on average can transport as much water as a twenty five Mississippi of Earth Atmospheric rivers are to blame for flooding events in California Washington and Oregon just about every year and scientists expect strong ones to increase in frequency with the warming climate similar to hurricanes because warmer air can hold more water hence the need to better understand with heading coordinating over the radio to know engineers at the back of the jet ready. A piece of data collecting equipment called a drops out the packing tape on there. The Drop Zone Jeff. Hart burgers hand is about the size and shape of to soda cans stacked on top of each other. He loads it into a shoot near the back of the jet. Careful not to touch the exposed sensors on its top and other engineer Stephen. Paul readies released switch. Paul flips a switch valve on the bottom of the plane opens sucking the sensor out and ripping open a parachute. The sensor will fall for more than fifteen minutes through the Atmospheric River below beaming back data. Along the way data that will be used to improve weather forecasts immediately and data that will help. Scientists better understand atmospheric rivers into the future eighth UNWRAP NPR

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"stephen paul" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on First Things First

"DUKES NUKES I. Non Conference home loss since the year. Two Thousand Nick. How big of a win was this awesome program? That's been a legitimate. NC SEE AA program made the tournament on a bunch of times recently. It's the biggest upset point spread wise by fifteen years in the last fifteen years in the NC double A.. But I feel like Chris. You're going going to see more instances similar to this where the small school. That's got a bunch of three and four year guys go gets especially early in the game against the program like Evansville Against Kentucky where you have so much turnover these guys have been playing together for a thousand as these other guys have been playing together for forty days and you can have an upset like this not that anyone expected them to win this game but in the modern college basketball. It's not that shocking. And you gotta be so happy for the kids at Stephen Paul. I totally agree with you. Stephen F. Austin starts three seniors two juniors young stars four freshman and Sophomore. So now I agree and this is actually good. It's like I said when Kentucky lost the Evansville this was good for them. Calipar can use that all year sandwiches chefs. You can use this all season long now to get your young blue chip all American guys who are one and done to know that they're not too good to be beaten by anybody all right onto the pros. Anthony Davis makes his his return to New Orleans tonight with his new team. As the PELICANS. Playing host to the Lakers the brow called it the game of the year for him iniquity. We expect from a D.. In his return returned tonight. Oh I think he's GonNa get some buckets now eight. He hasn't had a monster game. Since that forty and twenty game early in the season I listen the money. I lost betting on the mavs in the second half last night. We'll be one back. Betting on the Lakers against the thunder this crm. Sorry against the Pelicans this evening. I think I think Lebron will make it as has the point guard first and foremost priority. Get Anthony Davis involved early and often and silence that crowd similar to Lebron when he was in Miami what they did when they went back to Cleveland when he was getting booed early on Nick. I'm going to shock you. I don't like this quote from Anthony. Dave Oh game of the year against the six and eleven. PELICANS allicance now. Here's the clippers. The game two years the rockets Milwaukee Toronto Cheeser Boston in their BOSS TO WHOEVER DENVER BOSTON AUSTIN UTAH. The pelicans no yet history in big time. Ingrained you didn't take them deep. Look I get it. You want to go put something on them. You probably will but no you gotta start thinking like a champion do this first. He'll get those other come. He agrees with me. I love it the chips. They can't win. He's given me moving on some football. NFL Tom Brady's patriots ten in one. No Oh denying. TB twelve season has been a bit underwhelming many wondering if Brady still has that. Eat Factor in year twenty but one anonymous. NFL execs as coaches. Better or make sure. Their players aren't sleeping on. Tom went on to say this. You'd better not tell them you're gonNA go in there and kick Brady's expletive because he's not what he I used to be. Don't be fooled. This guy is completely deadly in two minutes of either the half four-minute select times when they can really move the ball. Nick you're shaking your ahead..

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"stephen paul" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"I'm only about five episodes in but it goes into much much much much more detail about the case it starts from back at the beginning of steven powell growing up and documents documents <hes> some of the stories of the way he was raised in his parents and how they treated him and his siblings <hes> which kind of explains why he became pretty fucked up and then fucked up his own kids. There's also actual audio of josh powell all recording some of his thoughts and stories on a audio diary and i'm not really sure sure why stephen paul and josh powell who are too disgusting despicable horrible people decided that they we're going to make video and audio recordings of their own horrible thoughts and feelings and if you wanna wanna know more about the story just listened to the cold podcast so far. I'm really really enjoying. It and i don't care what anyone says. I one hundred hundred percent believe that josh powell was guilty of murdering his wife and if you listen to some of this evidence that that basically he recorded in his journals you it becomes even more clear to me now that he was guilty and you also hear testimony money from previous girlfriends about some of the shit he did with them stalking them and abusing them mentally and it just it all comes together full circle so i highly recommend listening to the cold podcast. I will say that i did start it and granted. I was at work and so that i had other things was going on but i really knowing the story had to actually stop because i just was like oh god i can't i. I'm not i can't i can't even get into this mindset again because it does go into a lot more detail but also i'm sorry these guys are kind of like the worst criminals ever because his that was my biggest thing through all of this i know that like serial killers or whatever they liked to have trophies or whatnot and clearly steven powell had a bunch of <hes> we'll call him trophies i guess from his daughter-in-law but like record bad shit man what is wrong with you like i that's the part that blows my mind. They had they basically gave the evidence over to exactly like it was all right. There and i think that's the narcissistic parts of them thinking that they're above the law. They're too smart for the cops. They're never gonna get caught so i i kind of think they needed this release to get things off their chest so that they can actually live with themselves. Release valve valve. If you you want your but yeah if you <hes> you know they had to be able to look at themselves in the mirror everyday and they had to be able to live with themselves and i think maybe justifying some of the reasons why they did these. Things made it easier for them to do that. Because what other reason would you have have to make video diaries of these disgusting things that they would do in think in their beliefs and it was just so i yeah i really really recommend listening to this podcast and i just wanna get into <hes> so some things that i looked up after watching the documentary because i was kind of dumbfounded at the act that they never arrested him because i you really really followed the scott peterson case that was a thing and basically they were able to convict him on purely early circumstantial evidence even though they did eventually find the body there is already so many signs pointing to him being the one who was responsible for the disappearance of his wife and unborn son <hes> some of the things that i found in my research i believe most of this is from wikipedia and a few other sites which i want to give credit where credit's due did not make note of where exactly i found this inflammation there so much though seriously like are so much on the web. I found it on the web..

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"stephen paul" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The route with the mayor of niles my love now thirty minute that's frazier's brother right Yes, we're starting at his house. we're going to go by daphne's place right after that a character daphne was hookup the housekeeper slash hook up yeah Yep. That's going to be. the morning so that's the full story that's all we got yeah the really the the what else is there to say just there's i'm gonna be doing that it's the morning of the fourth of july now that's significant to know most a lot fourth of july parades actually happened on the fourth of july bad lot of it seemed to be catching on people seem to enjoy celebrating this fourth day of the seventh month but the parade we'll start at eight forty five in the morning from notre dame high school at seventy six fifty five west dempster and i'm trying to decide what i should wear something red white blue or all three but not one of those like flag onesies z. those yesterday the target yesterday and i did see a red you know very patriotic looking onesie yeah that i might have purchased except the material felt like i would be extremely uncomfortable and exit like polyester it was like plastic or something not even not even like polyester which is itchy sweating and net yeah i wouldn't want that so that's coming up kids fourth of july so you're doing it on the fourth Yes. on the fourth of so the that'd be doing that that morning and then that evening i think it's nine o'clock nine just little after nine o'clock i'll be hosting the broadcast for the city of chicago's fireworks display flight your fifth year in a row or something and on channel nine yeah that's the show that you and paul conrad got fight it off of paul conrad and i did it like three years in a row or something yeah had a lot of fun had a lot of laughs had a great reaction and then we didn't do it anymore right the that's actually the full name of the show of the city celebrates of fourth of july colon the show that stephen paul got fired off of several years ago well you do a great job with it in my favorite part when the bugs attack you because of the t._v. lights last year you may recall that a torrential downpour happened that's right right after the fireworks ended and literally two seconds after the finale it's pouring torrential rain i have never been so wet in my life and that includes taking a bath or shower a lot of people find it very exciting because they saw you is kind of doing your own wet t-shirt contests out day yeah not pretty but that's that's what happened i got a lot of email people seem to enjoy whether the whether or not i would be electrocuted with all the television equipment that i have attached to me during the and it was a great shot at your ankles because the cameraman dropped the cameron ran he was gone about five minutes before the show actually ended so i'm standing there all wired up what it's eight twenty one we come back bad news for mitch mcconnell is good news for me countries start grainger smith and the lake shake dixie chicks and the twenty first anniversary of anniversary of harry potter all of those coming up i want to give away he's ravenna tickets again when are you gonna be there i'm going to be there the hardest working man in show business you know these are busy months for me the it's like an accountant.

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"stephen paul" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Channels of day or access between we do so they can see how we try who's good fall and that she come we slow into the squad any point because i didn't want the situation i'd todd todd as well how you want to individuals komo's games they said no we're not so you don't have any of you does i was date was always available you just never us rate so what if we can actively push it that way and it was something they wouldn't very heat them and then the five six months between nine in the world cup season i don't know what happened but the relationship definitely changed so we were going to world cups and their zero interest in what we do in actively being disruptive news and this isn't a few interviews where they would lychee dropping in our efforts askins to move all the pens all that kind of stuff stuff that i didn't feel the need for and it was not really required if she's not comments just know you want say i think going forward was since then as well stephen paul we had a conversation linda mock-up and he was super keen to actually starting in that door was trial situation that something he he's always said he is keen full but it's just how that works and he was coming thing is just an emphasis thing completely inciting whereas in rowing enough ethics judah whatever pit you spoil if you're good enough you up to them trials off you you could be joe bloggs off the street and before if you if you quick enough you that obviously there's never been outside competition whereas i think we if we all that the door the best example this it says that is very much a team who versus teen gbi approach whereas you look at trucks trucks sprinting too is team b's likely which is effectively trae team full of dot sprinters there's a really good in scrummed post that kinda well cup so hugo hawk head coach takes they've come first and second that these like i've got six dot sprinters on talk t- steps podium on today all i can say is a proud coach canada we had oss angie be on the podium all results was just put down and shoved off is a fluke whereas like completely different dynamic yeah the british cycling social media feeds weren't you know where exactly not not prominent really good thing any nation would love to have two teams go into talk loss event and finished on the podium surely that should be a really good one of the problems one of the issues that the team pursuit is the the blue ribbon vent for you know the whole program really was built upon team pursuit wasn't invited to peter king in the nineteen when they got lottery funding it was all about the team pursuit initially it's the the source of the of the most pride i suppose yeah is is a is a trick i mean given that and given all this history developing 'em how did it feel in london to to win there pretty fun then if you saw the patient of us ride with the tomatoes flack i mean it's pretty outrageous i mean i think i was just yeah pinnacle thoroughly enjoyable race just wasn't outright fast not great conditions and probably would in the greatest of form but i race i woke up family friends sponsors like hundred fifty people from eidos come suppose yeah it's not independent republic of dr bagels people's republic beg your pardon john just after that you went you went often sea-level world record and switzerland and i mean i am the credit this program the work that you've done with these guys with your improvement in that time in particular much of an impact that had on you jeff impact in terms of if i look at where maybe took about two nine seconds almost three seconds the best time and those two and a half though seconds came from the first on the that was always a weakness of mine and doing the team pursuit whereas affectively if i don't on first kilo i'm never gonna get rain into i race so there's a lot of panic in those first few ups and even though i'm still not where.

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"stephen paul" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"stephen paul" Discussed on The Jump

"Water, spins. Elitism base on athlete. On a dance. When it lands Danes. He still didn't ever to sixty six and gives the Bank back to back of this. Stephen, Adams and steel and. This is just last Thursday. So Russ little whatever this is just last Thursday. He tried. Where you want them to go? This was better. This is better. Yes, Ozzy stiff doesn't it? Step. In honor of you, Stephen. Paul george. That we could call the poster any country. Freight. I mean, this is huge. We'll talk about this in a minute with the MVP conversation. But this is when they needed him most PG bird back in the eastbound, I think this is better what he did to Janas quality of opponent. The much higher quality. Player. Abroad. Court locker. Anywhere by the game. Gracia blocker to. And PG PG dropping thirty six points thirteen boards last night. Look, the bucks. They were the top team in the Eastern Conference coming into this game yonder certainly getting a ton of MVP buzz. But there were several times in this game where the thunder just walled Jaanus out of the paint when he wanted to where he wanted to comfortable with the ball. And also at the end of that game that dunk on Yoenis it didn't come like in the first quarter came Akron. Chime when the thunder need to hit the head three. Where are you guys right now on the VP rankings who do you? Go wear and did did you honest and Paul George change at all in your mind on this was here. Paul George was here in that game. Paul George move there. Behind him just attack. Paul George has been unsung hero. This team issue of The vote okay? Casey he has not been talked about a whole lot. But he you if you look at his stats this year, you look at okay, see where they are. This guy is playing MVP basketball right now. And it's going basically almost unsaid until now everybody starting to see how Well Paul starting to play. So I I'm looking at him in his game right now phenomenal. He was leading the league in steals. He he's averaging twenty seven game is that what your twelve rebounds percent? I mean. Yeah. And he's he's he's shooting ball brilliantly you'll from distance. So the dagger last night that three did he just just rose up shot? You know, that was a making this comes after just dumped on you on the so I'm going with Paul George coach told me where Paul George's, and we're Yonathan joys here. Yeah. John ac- Dame's harness here. That's. MVP conversation right now what he's done in for him to just not just the numbers, but winning coming with those numbers that's phenomenal. And so he's a front runner for now. But between those two this is the tough part because I'm going to give an answer and half the population. Go get angry that impact there. I gotta go with Jaanus. I think he's been consistent with his numbers. And I think he's a bigger part of why his team wins the Paul Georgia's. And that's not to say Paula Jones in a big border, then winning, but he's got some help Janas not so much. Not not in the caliber of Russell Westbrook help right? And his team has been better. Not just a better record the best record in the NBA. Also, the best net rating day are tops in defense their top three in offense, all of this revolving, John I think he's got a stronger in B conversation that we had Paul George say George doesn't have one at hardness. Well, the the question was between those two. About what happens now that Chris falls back Steph curry, I still think has something to say about this. Looking forward to it coming up. We're going to keep talking about Anthony Davis. Because man is he's asked for trade. What's the best offer? The Lakers can make for him. Are Lakers reporter date mcmanamon is joining us after this. But first here's the jump recommends for today on the ESPN app in Begley has a story on Carmelo Anthony's returned to Madison Square Garden last night got a huge ovation from the fans told in a just wanna be happy. The peace. Come back. We'll be with more on that low and more on eighty talking..

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