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"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

07:40 min | 3 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I would love to keep the podcast going. So where I see it maybe going is because it's got a couple kids and he's going to want to be around his kids more as they keep growing up. So maybe not doing as much as the videos and what I do with them doing on my own. But always doing the podcast to at least we're doing it during the hockey season and hopefully on each show always interviewing a guy because what you find is, you know, I want to get Bret hall on. I want to get Steve eisenman. I want to get Brandon Shanahan and the list of legends goes on. So you still have a lot of guys you want to have an add on. But also the ones where it's like, hey, man, I heard this guy who played in the ECHL for 15 years and he's an unreal storyteller and he's got like 5 iconic minor Hockey League stories. Those guys are the ones that end up flooring you the most. So yeah. There's white whales out there that we don't even know about who we haven't even gotten yet. We had a guy on the podcast Tim Stapleton whose buddies with whip and he's just a little skilled thing and oh man is he a funny bastard and he's got great delivery and it just so happens that at the end of his career he played in Russia in the KHL and the KHL has gotten better but at the time funny you had guys who own the teams who were coming down the locker room and with a machete or like an 8 K 47 done and pointed at players. You missed in Russian. You better wait to fuck up you'd go out there and fight somebody you fucking put like crazy billionaire corrupt owners and guys not getting paid for weeks on end guys taking out the cash or taking their cash home at the end of the year who was a goaltender and stuff their pads full of money to fly it over without having to pay taxes. So he ends up coming on our podcast and lets like 5 or 6 of these unbelievable KHL stories fly about him doing the Russian gas, like one of the drugs that they use to dope. And he goes, buddy, he goes, you feel like you have iron lungs and you feel, you feel the best you've ever felt in your life and no wonder these guys are doing all these vitamins and shit over here. And get me on the Olympic regimen. And then he told he told one about how they gave him they give you a place to live there and how when he was leaving on the road and he would come home. He thought he had a ghost in this place because furniture would always be moved a little bit. And then he came home earlier from a road trip and there was a family staying at his apartment when they were going on the road. So that's why his furniture was oh my God. Yeah, but he had to come home and he had to sleep on the couch one night with them there because he pulled his groin on the road and they flew him home early and this guy had no clue he just assumed like, you know, he's not paying attention to the team. He's just following their schedule when he can live there with his three kids and his wife. So those are the types of guys. So as far as interviews are concerned, I want to keep this podcast going as long as I'm doing anything. And even maybe when I'm done with it all, just to hop on once a week and shoot the breeze with all these funny characters, we maybe don't know anything about it. If it ever ended, you would miss it because you've built this thing into this into this big, big thing with the hockey community. What about I'll let you go after this one. If you could have on any non athlete, who would you want to who do you want to have on? Who would you what celebrity non athlete would you love to interview? I don't think he would I probably wouldn't say this one because I don't know if you would like how much he would divulge. I would love to interview Daniel Day-Lewis. Really, he's my favorite actor. Okay. But do you think he'd be a good guest? That's why that's what I'm concerned about. So that was the selfish answer from the podcast perspective. I would probably say Barack Obama really? Yeah, I just think he's a fascinating guy and how he was able to carry himself through how I couldn't even imagine the amount of stress and the weight of the world on his shoulders being the first black president, all of it, all of it. This is definitely the grown-up is. We've got grown up. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I think he's so cool. He just the way he carries himself. I think he's witty, and I would just, yeah, I would like to interview. I thought you might go for like a Leonardo DiCaprio or a no because I don't because I think when you're a movie star like that, you see him sometimes he has to do these tours when he a movie's coming out. He looks so disinterested. I think that he could give two fucks about that stuff. That's true. So I think that I think Barack Obama for an hour would be awesome. Now, I would have said Charles Barkley, but he has agreed where he is going to come on our show. So I am so excited for that one. He won't go on mine. He won't. I don't know. I've tried to get him to like four years. He's like, there's another guy though, he's getting asked and pulled in a minute. Yeah, I know. I actually cut cornered him at TNT and I had a knife out and I said you were coming on my podcast. And he said, all right. He probably liked that if you did it that way. So I'll let you into TNT with my badge and corner him with a knife and see if it works out for you. I'll do anything at this point. Give me a Stanley Cup prediction before I let you go. I got abs in 7. All right. If you had a gun to my head, though, and you said life or death, I would probably pick Tampa in 7. I just got an inkling. My heart's telling me abs and 7. I hope Nathan McKinnon wins his first cop. Does it does it hurt a little bit that TNT yet you and TNT are out of it now and it's all ESPN aired the Stanley Cup finals or you're like, you know what? I could use the break. I'm ready to veg out on my couch and no, I think everything happens for a reason. And I think that the emotional and the whole ride itself. I think it ended in a perfect time. And we hadn't really done that as a group together. So I think it's going to give us the perfect experience moving into next year to get it. And yeah, no, I'm happy that we got the time off. I still got to do chicklets though. Check out we still got a couple of weeks here left and bank and some interviews and going to NYC for a couple live streams, which I got one tonight, game one, baby. Be careful when you hear an NYC, if any of those ranger fans see you. I got full team security. Head on a swivel, head on a swivel. I'm wheeling around Mayweather's money team now. I got 7 security guards. Well, you walking down 6th avenue. I would be worried for you. All right. All right. And you're honorary coyote's fan. We're gonna get one coyote's tweet a month, which is not that much. Not as much at all. Right. And you're gonna lead the way if rangers win the cup next year, I'll allow rangers fans to egg me. I'll be there for that for sure. You can hand over the eggs. Maybe we'll do 5 bucks in eggs for charity or something. That sounds good. That I'm down with. Appreciate it. Good luck with everything you got going on. I appreciate you coming on. Barty, thank you for having me. And we touched on it earlier. I appreciate all the support throughout the years. You crush it and I love your stuff as well, man. You're a G and maybe more of the swimsuit stuff, but that's just me. Gotta be careful. There's all this. We got the old man. We had to get a little old biz, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, come on a little.

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"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

07:10 min | 3 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"18. 18 games he got the goal and assists in a fight. So he's there's a little nugget for you. But from that coaching mentality, in some cases where he may be noticed that we could improve in some areas, he would speak up and mention it. Even sometimes when we were doing demos, but just collectively as a group just communicating where each guy can improve and I know they made cracks about me in the shot clock, but that's probably just feedback and like, hey, be self aware, like don't take too much oxygen to the point and sometimes when I'm saying boys, I don't think we're going to have enough time in this segment for ace and talk to articulate on their points. If I chime in, I don't need to talk here. You guys kind of take it over because it was your point and I want you guys to drive at home. And or you guys go and I'll just kind of feed off of the back end of it on the third point, just quickly before we roll out. So understanding that the time element, the making sure you're paying the bills, you know, driving the bus accordingly, I'm still learning in motion, but the communication and the help from everybody early on was how we were able to get better and better at it. Yeah, I mean, I'm looking forward to watching you next year because I know you'll be even better. I want to talk about chiclets a little bit before we get into that. So what's going on with you in the ranger fans? Because I'm here in New York. I see on Twitter. You could say whatever you want. I don't care. I'm not going to be offended. Like, is it specifically ranger fans? Do you have an issue with New Yorkers? What's going on here? No, I can go back to where the this year I kind of stirred it up. And I like stirring it up with fan bases if I think that they're out of line in some regards. Like I got it with sabers fans about the eichel situation. And I think that we can all admit that any New York fan base just maybe from living in New York is a little bit more wound up and intense than other fan bases to the point where maybe they'll sucker somebody outside of a building. Well, listen, I can't sanction that one. It happened in the lightning series. I don't know if you saw the clip. Of course. It's something that I would imagine happens at like Dodgers games at Yankees games. RA rear admiral, one of our hosts, our host of spit and checkouts. He said that he went to a Boston Red Sox games at Yankee Stadium, and he was told by his buddy, hey, if you're sitting in certain sections, I probably wouldn't be wearing Boston gear. You're not saying that for every fan base. So they're a little bit more wound up than normal fan bases. So on one of the broadcasts and you'll get this for most fan base, if you don't stroke off their fan base on the broadcast, because they're used to watching their home network all the time. Your anti their team. Like I care who wins the Stanley Cup other than a few teams that I'm rooting for. I have no saying this. So I mentioned how they were on one of the broadcasts, how I'm like, hey, they kind of play a little bit of a riverboat gambler style of game where they could score some goals by playing like that, but they sure they sure do let their goaltender out to dry, which is proved by the eye test and analytics. That's why it's just, it is up for the heart and more than likely will win the vesna. And oh man, did they come out? Oh yeah, bragging on the raid. What do you know? You don't watch the rangers. Look at this graph chart, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And a couple that had, you know, 15, 20,000 on Twitter and then you see the reaction, they're getting and all these other people piling on, I'm saying, you're going to freaking get sensitive about me saying that I would be weary about playoff time when you're playing against better teams. So then I said, okay, let's kick it up. So I started calling them scumbags, which some of them are. They're some of their fans are complete scumbags, including the guy who knocked the guy out outside the stadium because he had a Tampa Bay lightning's Jersey on. And then he wore his rangers T-shirt to the court appearance, by the way. And not surprised by that. Not surprised. And just calling them fugazi's because they got completely outplayed against Pittsburgh. I test and analytics once again and relied on and they be the third string goalie in the penguins. So I just kept piling on calling them the fugazi's and they went nuts and that's kind of how the whole thing played out. And then they lost in the Conference Finals and I couldn't. But let me ask you this when the rangers went up to nothing on the lightning. Were you soiling yourself a little bit? I said, I'm like, oh my goodness, this might be a team of destiny and no, they're not fugazi's. They're definitely not fugazi's. Their fans are still scumbags. But I commend this young group to go far beyond expectations in a year where I thought they were probably going to lose. I thought they were going to lose first round for sure. Then I thought Carolina was going to beat him, but they made it to the Conference Finals and hey, all the credit to those players. Adam Fox is a stud. And they're going to be a good team for many years to come and that fan base is going to be a thorn in my side, but I am looking forward to going toe to toe with them. I like reminding them that I think they have one cup in the last 86 years and they needed half of those championship Edmonton Oilers to get the job done with Mark messier and crew. And they can kiss my ass. We need to get you in the middle of Madison Square Garden. I'll make I'll make a bet next year where they end up winning the Stanley Cup. I'll let rangers fans egg me in the middle of Times Square. I'll let you throw the first egg. I'm going to let a ranger fan do it. I don't want to egg you, but I believe that a watch and cover it. You're what Devils fan? I don't really have a hockey team. The only team I really refer anymore in my entire life is the Yankees. As I've gotten older, teams of people. Can we make you an honorary coyote's fan? Sure. Sure. Can I make you care about the coyotes? Care might be a little strong. You know what it is? Let me ask you this. Do you follow other sports closely? I know the NFL do you do? Because I know you're a big packers fan. I think it's hard to ignore the NFL. I don't know how people can like die hard follow four or 5, 6 sports. How do you have all this time in the world? I don't understand. Especially the NBA and the NHL and Major League Baseball are very time consuming, very time consuming. It's every night. I think that they do an incredible job of marketing their players. I just think that where you're seeing hockey thrive is the parody and the way that the league set up from a competitive standpoint. Not as much hopping around where it's more of a traditional sport. I mind you, the personalities, each of the sports, you can't even compare them as far as how massive NBA guys. I'm hoping that more of that comes about. But hockey players are so refined and so afraid to be the individual to stick out and I'm sure I'm sure the NHL players are getting wings and going.

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"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

07:22 min | 3 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"That you had the opposite experience this year. Yeah, and listen, inside the NBA, they've won they've done so much. They set the bar and they were, you know, they were the founding fathers of it all. And what they don't do is they don't tell you to tell you how to act or tell you what personality that you are on camera and it's more of a conversation. It's supposed to be fun, and that was the message early on. And just going back to them, they were so nice to us when we were there in the same days. And then also for Charles to jump on that first ever broadcast. I think that he came out in the second segment. And just watching how he carried himself and how he was and the amount of stress that alleviated off us all because we were new to this and we were nervous. It set the tone for the whole year. And right from that second segment on, it was just like, wow, like thanks Charles for kind of setting the tone and it took a big weight off our shoulders and I think that that's why we were able to take a deep breath and have the success. I mean, I don't know how you base that. I had a blast and then I guess they were happy with the numbers. So I guess I don't really know how you based it on if you're talking about that. So tell me a couple of things about you. Was it a challenge at all? Doing checklists where you guys do long form, you can go like two, two and a half hours on a show. And you can pretty much see what you want. You don't really have any rules there. And then you go to TV where even though TNT is giving you freedom, there are still rules. There's still things you can say and do. The segments are tighter. Was it a challenge bouncing back and forth? And how much time did it take you to get settled into the TNT way of doing it? So you talked about them letting us be us. Sometimes I would definitely run long early. I probably still do. I remember one clip, yeah, that went viral. And they were trying to like, they got me the shot clock, and they started ragging on me, which is awesome. I mean, that's what the way it is in a locker room, and that's what should be happening if I'm going beyond my time, but I don't have a problem ragging on myself either. I was taking too long to formulate my opinion because we're talking on a podcast normally, which is two, two and a half hours, we're able to articulate our thought, or so I think, anyway. But that originally I'm French Canadian. I'm like 50 50 English and French. So already I have a difficult time with the English language. So there's one filter that I have to try to run it through. Then there's the locker room where I'm swearing every other word and I've done so a few times this podcast. You're allowed to curse here. It's fine. Okay, good. So I don't want to get you in trouble. So now I have to run it through basically two filters. So I do sometimes get stuck or especially early on was learning. And sometimes I would just say it and, you know, I get peepee whacked in the back after if I maybe went a little bit overboard. And they get me back on track. So yes, there was definitely some adjustments early on and still. How we're supposed to talk over the clips. So after absorbing everything I did through year one, I want to go back and we want to get better and we want to learn how to maybe tighten things up and maybe where I could be better on talking over the clips and maybe not getting so drawn into describing what's happening because the viewer can see that, but keeping it more conversational. So buddy, there's always work to be done and I want to try to keep getting better and that's why I'm so excited is you can't you can't force chemistry and they were somehow able to find that early on and put the misfits together and I think that we were able to at least in year one find a lot of it and everybody seems willing to put more time and energy into making it the show overall better. If I'm not mistaken, I think you only cursed once on the air the whole season too. I dropped a couple by accident like I dropped an F bomb when we were actually in Edmonton live for the conference final. I remember you saying shit, I think on one early show. Yeah, I dropped an S bomb, but so we were in Edmonton and they lost and it was three zero now at that point so we did the show outside at the end of the game to show how passionate these fans were and talk was breaking down a clip and a beer can whizz and buy his ear and hit the desk and I was like and when we came back I'm like round of applause for talk to keep it together while that beer can whizz by his ear like and I said holy and then I was like and nobody really commented on everybody was more flustered by the can so I was emojis maybe they hit the panic button and got it cut out and that's why he didn't hear it, but definitely something that on the podcast I just let fly so I need to learn how to transition it over and I'm still doing so. Now you did good. You did good. eBay is changing the game once again for buying and selling sneakers online from rare dead stock to the latest release or even carefully loved pre owned kicks. 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Yeah, I think the throat the whole year, everybody, you know, it was such a good team, like everybody communicated between me, Liam Anson, when Wayne was there and talk. And I would probably say that talk from just from that coaching background and I know I talked about ace's career. I mean, obviously talk had a heck of a career as well. He's Hall of Fame with the Philadelphia flyers, might be a Hall of Famer by the time it's all said and done. And wanted he actually the NHL leader in Gordie Howe hat tricks with.

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"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

07:53 min | 3 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Becomes huge monster numbers for that podcast. Tell me though how it happens with TNT, where you shocked they made it an inquiry, how did it all happen? We got the TNT gig. Yeah, so we actually got this guy who came on the podcast once he interacts with us and it's with buddy, his name's foley. He's a prankster and we've joked around a lot about the pranks, he's pulled off on current NHL or his former NHL's. I thought he was emailing me and pranking me. So I sent it to my buddy, Jeff Jacobson, who Jeff has been instrumental in helping me get to places and execute ideas and fun things and he's been had his hands on really everything I've done since I retired. And so he was like, no, I'm pretty sure it's legit and then we ended up lining up a phone call and then talked about coming in for a tryout and we lined up the tryout. I end up going there and you know, it was great. It was fun, right? They explained how they were going for the same type of look from inside the NBA of we don't want guys staring at the teleprompter. We just want personalities talking about the game passionately and it can go off the rails and really doesn't really have too much structure, but it has some direction and it was great. Liam was there and Anson was there. They were the two guys that I think had already solidified their jobs. And you know, they made it extremely easy. And then we did a couple segments, you know, they asked me my opinion and then rolled clips and did everything that you would do throughout a broadcast and threw everything at me and then they said, hey, you know, we'll reach out to you and let you know what goes on and then I heard back pretty close after that that they wanted to work something out and I think that it's not really a surprise in a sense of like I was kind of a wild card. I don't think that they knew much about chiclets. I don't really know how much broadcast experience they thought I had. I was doing stuff with the Arizona coyotes, which I think helped me immensely. Because I was going to ask if you thought Twitter was what they really knew you from then. You would have to ask them, I don't understand, but obviously that my name had come up to somebody in the company who then said, hey, I think that we should at least try this guy out because he's got all these crazy stuff going on online. And I don't know exactly know what the age demographic was for NHL viewership on NBC. I don't really pay. I kind of paid attention to what I was doing with my podcast and I was hyper focused on that. But there was one thing that I was confident. And I said, well, you're going to get a ton of pour over from our chiclets. I think we average about 750,000 listeners in episode. Some episodes go over a million, some hit, you know, 6, 6 50. I think we're hovering right around 7 50 to 800 now through playoffs. And things are going well. And obviously a bounce back effect too from TNT as well. But that's why I'm so grateful that when I got the opportunity, I think that they saw the bounce back, at least socially, where it's like, that's where a lot of advertising dollars are living nowadays too. Like there's an audience there. And if you can catch your attention here, direct them back. So got the call and then I just think that they put this crew together that is everybody brings a different element and everybody's so different. Liam has a soccer background and he, you know, he's obviously been working in network as long as he's been working a network. He has an insane motor, he cares immensely about the product on top of, of course, all the experience I just mentioned. Ace as well had that type of experience talk had done some stuff with Philly, but he really brought that coaches element. So you have ace who has had some great years. We play with the sedans. He bounced around from different cities and he had that experience. Talk brings that coaching element and he's very rough and passionate and loves breaking down plays and where the play went wrong. And then on top of that, you throw in Wayne in the mix who he had a decent career. And fuck does he ever go to a pardon my French? Is he ever good on the mic? Like he's so good. He's so fluid and you know he doesn't skip a beat. He's very polished and obviously he's just he's the best. He brings in that camaraderie and just that he brings it to that next level just like he did when he played and to have him even involved given with I'm sure how many people are tugging at the rope and how many people want him and he's probably like, I just want to go golf and fucking live my life. Leave me alone. How about I done enough for the game for quite a loud? But for him to show up to 24 broadcasts and hopefully more moving forward and it just ended up catching fire and they put an awesome crew together that had so much chemistry and I know I've kind of been long winded about this, but the people at Turner are amazing. They are the best company to work for from a you walk in the door. Hey, hey Ben, did you want anything to eat? Do I want anything to fucking? Okay, all right, cool, that's what I mean. That's one other thing off my checklist. To the runners to the people where they line up the car to come get you to the producers to everybody from the janitors. Everybody there is amazing. Everybody plugs on the rope and makes your experience that much easier and better. And that's, in my opinion, why it all works and it makes it so easy on everybody to just do and execute their job. The cameraman, the makeup girls, like, it's one happy family and I am so grateful for the opportunity and I couldn't be given this more of a double barrel stroke off fast than I can. Seriously. Meanwhile, at the end of the day, it all just comes down to like fetus and we're happy, basically. That's what I took out of what you just said. Give us a meal and we get my Starbucks a lot to pay, right before the show. And maybe a couple of Red Bulls next to desk. I am over the moon here, but I couldn't say more positive things about it, buddy. I called the Z, Michelle, and she's been working there forever. She actually worked for the thrashers. And I've been doing my rounds after decompressing after that amazing season. I said, that was one of the best years of my life, just to be able to do everything, how receptive you guys were to the podcast and how silly we were and how we were able to snap it around and just very grateful, buddy. That's the word I'm looking for. I could sit here and shoot my own horn and say that I basically said every day for years that you were going to be a huge media star and I turned out to be right, but you know, you're the guest, so I'll not pat myself on the back right now. That's why when you reach out, it's like I always want to come back on because you showed so much love a lot of people on Twitter did and he was grateful for the positive people that encouraged me to keep going and doing what this is. I love it. I have a crazy motor and a sense of like I'm hyper focused and I just love it. I get a lot of enjoyment. What I love about it is besides your success at you getting what you deserve and you being entertaining and going on like a large scale, which you already on with barstool, but what I like about it is I like hearing that TNT lets you do what you want TNT knows everyone knows TNT knows what they're doing based off of the inside the NBA show. Now they come up, they get the NHL, they got to put this show together. And it's refreshing to hear that they let you do your thing because so in broadcast television in sports especially, executives want to change people. They don't want any issues. They want cookie cutter. So it's awesome.

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"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Talk about his rise as a NHL media superstar and then we have salad for our train of thought segment that we do every week for this episode. If you missed last week, Brian Curtis from the ring was on to go through the latest sports media news, Richard deutch two weeks ago, Joe Davis from Fox Sports three weeks ago. Mister and he goes, any of those go into the archives, check them out, subscribe and if you leave a review, I'll read it here on the podcast in the train of thought segment with Sal this week. We did read some apple reviews. So you'll get to that right after business day. So let's get right to it right now. Pull this net followed by a train of thoughts right here. On the SI media podcast. All right, joining me now, I could not be more thrilled. We go way, way, way, way back, and now he's a media superstar. Superstar. From spit in checklist, very popular barstool podcast. And TNT's NHL pregame show business nasty Paul bissonette. It's been too long. What's it been at least over a year? Yeah, definitely. Well, you got, you know, you got your TNT gig and now you're in the upper stratosphere of media moguls. Hey, I haven't changed one bit. I love hanging out with everybody. You know I like snapping around and maybe I've changed my Twitter antics a little bit, buddy, but still the same guy that we used to go back and forth with. I remember you used to do the SI, the swimsuit stuff when Jamie edmondson was coming on. I actually was training at a local spot here and she ended up Marion Evan Longoria. Yeah. And he's training in there. What a nice guy, big Tampa Bay lightning fan, so I obviously he's been all jazzed up through this playoff run. Again. So the world's world's collide and it's all coming full circle. He's a great dude, Evan. This is bad for podcasting, but this will be on YouTube. So I just want to point out two things. If anyone's watching on YouTube, one business chair might be the biggest chair I've ever seen in my life. That is amazing. I took it from Shaq at TNT. I actually stole it out of his out of his room there. Even Shaq would be comfy in that chair. Exactly. And then the other thing is I'm a little disappointed. You want what I had. I wanted to see what the dome looked like after you lost that bet. What do we do? It completely. So it's starting to grow back a little bit. I just started fresh clean cut. Now, for those of you who don't even know what we're talking about, I lost the bet. I was so confident in the Calgary flames this year and how they were playing defensively. I thought they had a way better overall team. And, you know, there's something in Canada called the battle of Alberta. There's two teams in Alberta, Edmonton Calgary and Edmonton was really struggling. So my podcast mate who I host spent jiggles with. He bet me that he would get his left ear pierce if Calgary advanced farther than Edmonton. And at that point in the season, they had no goaltending. I think they were even out of a playoff spot. Although they have Mac Jesus, McDavid, the best player in the world, and draisaitl, who's probably like the third or fourth best player. They ended up storming back and they met and playoffs in the second round and sure enough Edmonton ends up beaten Calgary and I had to get the top of my dome shaved on national television from Ryan Whitney. So I looked like a buffoon. I what do you call it? What would you call it, the top staved off? I mean, I don't know what it's. There's an official name. Like, you had the you had the bat wings on the side, and then the middle was gone, which was a tremendous look. It's kind of like the cul de sac and a guy that you love, the George Costanza. Yeah. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, so it was very George Costanza. It was very, but now you were allowed to shave it all and go full bowl. That seems like it might be breaking the spirit of the bet. No, no, no, so the whole bet was I had to keep it for one week. So I was fortunate. So I ended up getting it cut on national television on TNT and thank you so much to TNT because they were so great at snapping around with the podcast. All season long, because I'm so integrated in the pod and all these silly things that we're doing. It's hard to ignore it, but they were so generous with the airspace and allowed and they helped set the whole thing up and air it. But the bet was to keep it for one week. And if I would have kept it a series would have kept going to game 5, I would have had it for three full broadcasts, but fortunately for me, it was a sweep. Colorado eliminated them in four and I kept it for the full week and I just shaved my head myself yesterday. So I actually kept it for a little bit longer than a week. I have fulfilled my bet. I would do not renege all my bets. Clearly. Now, if anyone hasn't seen it, I had it in my column and you just Google business nasty haircut, you'll see how ridiculous it was. I just want to know one thing we'll move on from that. Did you have any experiences in that week where you either you went for a coffee? You went to get a bite to eat. You had to go, I don't know. I was going to say the post office, nobody mels anything. Dry cleaner is something like that where someone saw you and was like, what the fuck is going on here? So yeah, I was pretty good at not even wearing a hat, 'cause I just had to run around Scottsdale and do my everyday errands. And I was actually hoping to get a tan on the top of my head. You know, get a little sun on it. But yeah, I went to do my dry cleaning ladies. We're kind of like, and I went back to pick stuff off and I was like, yeah, my hair, she goes, yeah, I didn't want to say anything at the other time you were in here. So definitely a lot of that, a lot of weird looks and like pumping gas. Like, what the hell is this person staring at? Oh, okay, top of my head for crying out loud. So tons of that going on all over the place and hey, the humiliation, it's all part of the bet and congratulations to Ryan Whitney. Listen, got you guys a ton of attention, and that's really what matters at the end of the day. We just, you know, much like big cat and PFT, we cover some serious stuff, but most of the time we just like joking about the stuff. It's just a sport, right? You're trying to draw the guys personalities out. You're trying to joke around about the rumors floating around. We try to really stay away from guys personal lives when, you know, the whole Evander Kane thing was going on pretty publicly and we try to just tread lightly and move on. Well, I mean, that might be the most fat. I'm not following every player, but that guy's got some. I'm more fascinated by the gambling stuff more than anything else, but I won't put you on the spot with that. I'm just more fascinated about, I could only imagine how I would be in play, maybe going through that chaos publicly. But holy cow, did he rein it in and play unbelievable? He was on pace. I know I was 45 goal season. I think he's going to end up signing another really good contract. I guess the mental strength to not have to deal with that publicly and then yet put up those kind of numbers. Like, I don't understand how you do that. Yeah, it seems like this controversy with them every day. So I want to talk about you and TNT and with spit chiclets as well. But I just want to know, I want to start at the beginning because we haven't had you on since you went to TNT. And just some backstory for listeners. Biz was an enforcer in the NHL was happy to mock himself for his lack of goal scoring and all that. Give me a huge superstar on Twitter with his nasty, then it was business nasty two. You came back with vengeance. We won't even get into some of the stuff used to tweet about. It was all fun and good behind the scenes. Look at what the life of an NHL player is like. Then you retire, you go to barstool, spit in chicklets.

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"tnt" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Thanks so much for coming on here, man. I appreciate it. Always a pleasure, man. I love to do it. Keep doing what you're doing, I love again. Love Lakers nation. I watch every video, the moment they drop. Or as close to the moment, they drop as I can. I got the notifications on YouTube. And the front office show is great as well. And Lakers fans just keep hope alive. Let's just send all the positive energy to the front office. They need it. Let's have a great summer, let's bounce back and, you know, Lakers and 5. I like it. I like it. Well, thanks so much. And everybody Lakers nation, you can follow Scorpio sky cross social media at Scorpio sky, Instagram, and Twitter. Thanks everybody for joining us. Make sure you do subscribe to the Lakers nation YouTube channel. Don't forget to follow us over on Apple podcasts as well. Give us that 5 star review. We've been getting some fantastic reviews lately, honestly, heartwarming stuff that has been coming in about our shows. I am so, so appreciative about the stuff you guys have been leaving in our reviews lately. So please make sure if you haven't done so already toss this a review and preferably a 5 star rating as well. Until next time everybody stay safe and see ya. I'm Amira rose Davis, host of the new season of American prodigy, all about black girls and gymnastics. My white coaches just said, you may not get the scores that you deserve because you're black, it's the story of a decades long struggle of black gymnasts trying to find and amplify their voices. I can't be the next Simone Biles. I can't be the next Dominique dawes. I can only be the next version of myself. Listen to American prodigies on Apple podcasts, Spotify, stitcher, and wherever you get your podcasts..

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"tnt" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Need to hire, you need indeed. So I'm sure a lot of people around me think I'm crazy or just an overly Laker apologist, but I strongly feel if LeBron James and Anthony Davis are healthy, it almost doesn't even matter the pieces around them. We just have to have decent pieces around them. And we've got a shot against any team. As long as those two are healthy and performing, they want to championship 16 months ago, something like that. And it drives me crazy because the media and people talk like the Lakers won that championship 5 years ago. And it was like 16 or 17 months ago. We've seen this work. It does feel like a long time because it's been two seasons, but I mean, all of the trade Anthony Davis talk, and that sort of thing, it's crazy to me. I mean, yes, he's had some injuries. And so is LeBron and, you know, they're both getting older, not getting younger. And but we've seen this work. We've seen it work, but they've just been hurt. If we can get them together and get them healthy, then yeah, I think we can get through the play in. I don't have any confidence that we would beat Phoenix, but hey, at this point, if we can take one or two games from them in the first round. And I'm not sure we could. But if we could, I think that would be a huge way to close out this season. Man, what a difference from last off season. Now we're talking about getting a game or two in the first round, but you're right. I mean, if they were able to do that, that would at least be it would be something. It would be something to finish off the season with who knows. You push Phoenix to do a few more games and maybe you can alter the outcome of the playoffs if Phoenix is a little bit worn out for the next round or whatever. Again, they've been great all season. So I'm not expecting them to get bounced out or anything, but yeah, I mean, this Lakers team, I think, can still be dangerous, but I think we've also seen why roster building is so important in terms of skill set in terms of fit..

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"tnt" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast

"Teams don't want to help the Lakers. Nobody's feeling bad for the Lakers. Everyone's really enjoying this moment and because the Lakers are so dominant for so long. So that 2027 first might be gone. I hope not. I hope we can get Russell Westbrook traded somewhere for maybe a couple of seconds or something, you know, I've read that the idea was to try to take the 27 and the 29 and go find another disgruntled superstar and trade route. That's not going to happen. There's not going to be another team that's going to send us any type of disgruntled superstar or not for Russell Westbrook and two picks. I just don't see it happening. Who are we going to get? Is Bradley Beal's not coming? I don't know what the go to is. I think the best bet we can do is find a team with some contracts that aren't so favorable. And try to take those contracts and give up, hopefully a couple of second round picks. And then it falls back on the front office office of, are they willing to take contracts that are going to go beyond 2023 because the next thing you read was that they passed under martiros in because they didn't want to give them a three year deal. And again, I don't know if that's true or not, but it seems like they are very protective over that cap space in 2023, so it could be. Yeah, they've always valued that future flexibility for better or for worse and in the case of demar Derozan. And of course, we can look back and say, demar Derozan Derozan right now, hindsight being 2020 looked like fantastic. Like, why would they have not done this? You know, demar Derozan has been great this season. If you remember back then, there were some drawbacks. There was some concerns with bringing in demar Derozan just as there were concerns with Westbrook. There were some pluses and minuses to doing something like that. A triggering a hard cap as Derozan fit with the lack of three point shooting in the defense and things of that nature. Obviously, he silenced any critics this year, but yeah, I mean, Derozan is just another situation where should they have just been willing to pay the third year and then that brings fans back to why didn't they pay an extra year to get ty lue? I'm going to look what Tyler's been doing with the Clippers..

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America: From Managed Decline to Controlled Demolish

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 7 months ago

America: From Managed Decline to Controlled Demolish

"Something that I felt that I left out in the conversation was Jack kibbeh and not that I did it intentionally. It's just we ran out of time is that when you have this sort of push for this internationalist globalist great reset, it also presents the opportunity for people domestically to want that to happen, but they react completely differently. And there's a reason why this happens and it's important to be able to subdivide the people that really, truly want to weaken America to create a globalist type utopia and other people that want to weaken America that actually make themselves stronger. So same thing, just for different reasons. And my friend Jack peso book who you guys have heard before on this program had a really good piece of commentary that I thought it was really well put, which is we went from managed decline of America to control demolition. So we went from Barack Obama just kind of seeing the malaise in a slippage of our constitutional republic to we are going to put TNT at the joints of the building and get this thing over with as quickly as possible. And it's very important to remember that it's not widespread incompetence that we're seeing, although our government has plenty of it. But this is coming with intent. So we must divide the actors in the players into two separate categories. For example, George Soros wants the destruction of America for a one world internationalist type order. George Soros does not want the destruction of America, so he can rule over the ashes. And as we subdivide this in a two different buckets in two different groups, the intentions of our political leaders, it actually is a very interesting way to view things. In fact, it's very important. So the left, for example, does not have a foreign policy at all. They don't have a set of principles or the way they want the world to look in a very specific way. Instead, the domestic left here, they use international events to try to strengthen their domestic agenda. They weaponize the events happening internationally for power

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NASA releases estimates on exploding meteor that shook city

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

NASA releases estimates on exploding meteor that shook city

"NASA NASA is is explaining explaining what what caused caused a a loud loud boom boom that that shook shook the the ground ground in in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh the the blast blast was was from from a a meteor meteor as as it it broke broke apart apart on on new new year's year's day day NASA NASA data data estimates estimates the the energy energy released released was was equivalent equivalent to to thirty thirty tons tons of of TNT TNT the the speed speed of of the the meteor meteor was was about about forty forty five five thousand thousand miles miles per per hour hour with with the the size size about about a a yard yard in in diameter diameter and and amassed amassed close close to to half half a a ton ton the the experts experts say say if if the the weather weather wasn't wasn't cloudy cloudy in in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh on on new new year's year's day day the the bill bill would would have have been been visible visible in in the the daytime daytime sky sky with with about about one one hundred hundred times times the the brightness brightness of of the the full full moon moon people people around around the the south south hills hills area area of of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh reported reported hearing hearing a a loud loud noise noise and and feeling feeling their their homes homes shaking shaking and and rattling rattling I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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"tnt" Discussed on 60-Second Science

60-Second Science

07:51 min | 11 months ago

"tnt" Discussed on 60-Second Science

"This is scientific American 62nd science. I am Sarah vitech. So many of the objects we interact with nowadays run on programming, and are designed with an exact purpose in mind. We don't typically think of living things as falling into this category, but more and more, scientists are programming and designing living cells, and even whole organisms. This area of research is called synthetic biology, and there's a whole subsection of the field that's all about figuring out how to engineer cellular armies that can be commanded and controlled. Cells train to search out disease tissues. Cells equipped for environmental reconnaissance. Cell assassins that put out hits on other cells. Sounds cool, right? But in reality, nothing is that targeted and exact. It's somewhat limited because those cells to date. They don't know spatially where they are in the body. Are they in a tumor? Are they in the liver? Are they in the pancreas? Are they in the brain? So they might try to figure that out based on molecular clues. But they don't have this kind of GPS that's telling them that they're in the right place to carry out their actions. That is doctor Mikhail Shapiro, a Professor of chemical engineering at CalTech. His lab recently tackled this problem head on using the power of air bubbles. Their lab had already been doing a lot of work with programming cells to create tiny structures called gas vesicles. They're basically just little air bubbles surrounded by a hard shell of protein that then float around inside the cell. You can think of them like nanoscale ping Pong balls. They have a fascinating origin. They basically evolved as flotation devices for photosynthetic microbes that live in water and need to float to the top of the water so they can get enough sunlight. Doctor Shapiro and his team had previously been able to put the genes for making gas vesicles into mammalian cells, or other bacteria. At the time, they were doing this because they wanted to use it as a tool for imaging. They were inspired by jellyfish. More specifically, something that they make called green fluorescent protein, or GFP. The good thing about this protein is that it can be genetically encoded to be attached to naturally occurring proteins, allowing scientists to view them and track where they go in living cells or animals. Using GFP as an imaging tool totally changed the game in microscopy. So much so that its discovery and development was awarded a Nobel Prize in 2008. So we were kind of obsessed about finding something similar to a fluorescent protein, but that instead of being fluorescent, meaning interacting with light would interact with soundwaves and allow us to image it with ultrasound. And soundwaves get scattered or reflected off of materials that have a different density or stiffness in air is very different. Density compared to a tissue and water, and so on. But recently, they had the idea that maybe they could use these vesicles for other purposes. Namely, by using ultrasound to intentionally burst the bubbles. If we just crank up the ultrasound a little bit, then we're hitting that ping Pong ball hard enough that it cracks. And opens. When it does, the air is released, and you end up with a little bubble inside the cell. Alone it wouldn't do anything, but as the ultrasound continues, the bubbles expand and contract. And over time, several of these bubbles of air will come together and join up to form a larger bubble until it's big enough that the ultrasound causes it to undergo a strong mechanical implosion. They started by getting this to work on the gas vesicles alone. They pulled a bunch of gas vesicles out of cells, an easy procedure because they just float to the top. And hit them with ultrasound. Then they listened in with an ultrasound mic. And sure enough they could pick up the vesicles popping. Humans can't hear it, but the spectrum of it looks like broadband noise. So when you turn on your TV and it's showing this and the thing that's what you would expect to hear, if it were in the audible ranks. They wanted to see it as well. So we borrowed a 5 million frame per second camera from our aeronautics department. And connected it to a microscope. Which sounds excessive, but actually it wasn't. Sure enough, they could see the vesicles breaking, and forming the bubbles, which would then pop. And all of this would happen in a matter of microseconds. Next, they wanted to apply it. So they made gas vesicles that had proteins on the surface that would bind to cancer cells. Then they mix them up with the cancer cells in a dish and hit it with ultrasound. It worked. You know, think of it as your punching the cancer cells. So these are expanding and contracting and they're punching and sending shockwaves very locally. So that was pretty cool because we kind of converted our innocent little imaging agent into a little bomb that we put on a cancer cell and blow it up. But we thought it would be even cooler if we could get cells to be the bomb. And have those cells go in through the body and infiltrated tumor to get inside. So they tried the same experiments again. But this time they used bacteria that were engineered not only to make gas vesicles, but also to hone in on tumors. In the Petri dish, it worked. Their next step was to try inside an animal. This is where the ultrasound aspect really pays off because ultrasound can be used and targeted to a very specific location in the body. It basically makes up for the lack of cellular GPS I mentioned earlier. So they took some mice with tumors, and then injected some of these bacteria into their bloodstream. And they saw the bacterial cells kind of go different places around the body, but in most of the body, they get eliminated by the immune system. Except in the core of the tumor because the tumor is an immunosuppressive environment. Basically, they were using one of cancer's key traits and adaptations against it. And what's cool is that because the gas vesicles can serve as both an imaging agent. And now a therapeutic agent. We could see with ultrasound imaging that the cells were in the tumor core and confirm that our little therapeutic agent got there. And established a little colony. Then they targeted ultrasound at the tumor. They did this in combination with the new class of cancer drugs that allow immune cells to find and kill cancer cells, known as immune checkpoint inhibitors. On average, the mice who receive the bacteria and ultrasound treatment lived twice as long as the mice that only got the new cancer drugs. This is maybe just the beginning of what we can do with these little targeted missile bacteria. They might also be promising for other disease treatments, especially because you can have the bacteria carrier payload, like a drug, and then burst open to release it in a particular location. You know, it's a great example of mother nature giving us this precious gift. And it's something that actually was discovered more than a hundred years ago. The first paper noticing that there are these air filled pockets and bacteria was published in 1895. I just think it's a neat story of going all the way from a couple billion years of evolution to then a hundred years of basic biologists poking around at them and now these proteins finding a whole new life. Thanks for listening. For scientific Americans, 62nd science, I am.

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AT&T, Dish Strike $5 Billion Deal to Support Boost Mobile

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

AT&T, Dish Strike $5 Billion Deal to Support Boost Mobile

"Deal worth at least $5 billion to make a T and T, the primary network services partner for its wireless customers. Under terms of the 10 year deal, A TNT will provide voice state of messaging services to customers of dish owned mobile virtual network operators Boost Mobile Ting and Republic Wireless. Social media and tech

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YouTube TV Adds 4K Package

Talking Tech

01:54 min | 1 year ago

YouTube TV Adds 4K Package

"You to has announced a new four k. Plus add on which lets you. Stream live tv and four k but it comes at an additional price of nine hundred ninety nine per month. You can also download videos from your library. Let me give you a little bit of background for folks might not know about you to tear forgot about it Inalco sixty four ninety five monthly for more than eighty five channels of tv including local channels plus channels. Like cnn disney. Espn fox news. Channel msnbc tnt in usa subscribers also get an unlimited dvr to record content to a cloud library view and they want so this new four k. Plus add on will let them download videos. Also also currently youtube tv subscribers have three concurrent streams but the new four k. plus tier gives you unlimited streep's so if you were to add this on that brings the monthly price of youtube tv about eighty five dollars a month right which doesn't sound very cheap Research shows that a majority of homes of pay tv usually pay eighty dollars or more. So you're kinda hitting that neighborhood and counting. The cost of stuff like netflix. disney plus. That's true i mean we've been seeing a streaming services. Prices continued to rise. No there's always that constant battle of pay tv versus streaming You know one thing about streaming is you don't have to be on a contract you don't usually have to pay for equipment so you know these are things. People just have to balance out the good news about the youtube. Tv new stuff is that current customers can try out for k plus free for thirty days and if you sign up soon not only do you get that free month. You also get the all these new features at the price at nine ninety nine for one year before it bumps up to the regular nineteen ninety nine

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"tnt" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"tnt" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"That's how many that's how many now that doesn't mean it's perfect. That doesn't mean it's perfect and eight perfect for anybody because there's no such thing as perfection. We humans are flawed. That's build flawed things but america's pretty damn great at that's why black people that are not fleeing america and that's why black people world over are still trying to come to america and so we're other brown people often white people. It's very very bizarre. So that's just nonsense absolute nonsense and say the same things all the time but it's just worth repeating that we fought a war to end slavery. We just put june nineteen as a national holiday. Like there's a whole bunch of stuff here lemon and they don't like black gay men like what are black gay men being down where black people being hunted down you know where actually chicago chicago. You may have seen some videos this past weekend of just people being shot on the streets. I mean there's some really horrific videos of black on black crime in chicago. I know we can't talk about that and even me saying that watching black people get shot down mowed down by gun violence in chicago. That makes me a racist. I know that. But here i am. I said we find out how many people were shot in chicago this past weekend. It's usually around forty. It's about forty people usually a weekend and then usually about five or ten of them Douai but that's black back time so we can't talk about that. Although mayor lori lightfoot who is black and said that she will only be interviewed by black or brown people. She just put ten million dollars of her cities money in chicago to fight racism. Which that's just the way of like paying off people that's literally just a way of ten dollars a fight. Racism you've got people being shot on the street. Here's ten million dollars to a bunch of organizations that just don't do anything but they fired. Oh fifty two people were shot in chicago this past week and five fatally according to the chicago. Sun time guessing. You didn't see any of that on mainstream media because again it's that narrative over truth and reality that they don't really like but let's just be clear. America does not have a problem with black people. The only people that have the obsessive people who are who are constantly harping on race are the democrats are the progressives are the lefties. Nobody cares nobody cares about race anymore. You guys care about and the better things get about race the more you have to focus on your imaginary problem and what they are going to do. I mean i've been saying this for quite some time already. But what they are going to. They're going to breed generation of racists. Because if you keep telling white people that they're all and you make it harder for them to get jobs and harder to get loans and all of those things. Eventually you will create racist people because nobody is guilty over the color of their skin. Nobody is born guilty. These people are in an absolute cult and the idea that nobody. Nobody likes black gay man. You're a black gay moron. I mean that's what you are right. It has nothing to do with you. Being black in nothing to do with being gay. Your ideas are idiotic. You're on a.

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"tnt" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"tnt" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"They're one of the reasons that everything seems to be falling apart. We did a clip. Last week of barack obama basically implying that that critical race theory is not something to fight against. Which tells you that actually is something to fight against the fact that he had to go out there and say that because it shows that the fight against critical race theory is starting to work right so texas florida. Several other states have now passed laws banning critical race theory being taught in schools. The same way. You wouldn't want nazism say taught in schools. You could teach about the nazis. But you wouldn't want to teach that the nazis with their racialist ideas about the world. We're the good guys right. So chris is doing an absolutely great job and he's been calling out joy reid and while she called him out on her show is a guy named christopher rufo. Who's a conservative. Think tank at a conservative and he says the goal is to have the public. Read something crazy in the newspaper immediately. Think critical race there. We've decode defied the term. And we're recode to mx the entire range of cultural constructs that are unpopular with americans basically using critical race. Theory is a brand name. Oh absolutely it's a distraction. It's a distraction okay. I'm not even sure who that other person was joy. Reid is sort of going after the ideas. That chris rufo has put out there. There's many other moments where she's been mentioning him so chris did what you can do at least for now on a semi free internet. He tweeted at joy reid. He said joy. Reid has denounced me by name multiple times on her show but she doesn't have the courage to invite me on as a guest. She knows that i will crush her critical race theory apologetic any day of the week so in essence he said hey look i put some stuff out there. You don't like it. You've mentioned me by name. Put me on your show. Let's talk about it now. I've been through many versions of this myself. Right where mainstream people go after me. Cnn or new york times. And i used to challenge everybody debates and they they usually just disappear. Well enjoy responded and really listen to. There's a particularly crazy part of what she said here. She wrote. This is a weirdly aggressive way to get yourself on tv. Christopher why not just contact my booking producers like a normal person rather than going with the white man demands option capitals on white man demands. I had never even heard of you until underscore piece exposing your plot to rebrand. Crt now okay. It doesn't matter when she heard him she's talking about him a lot now and making him see mikey. Some sort of conservative bad guy. Because he's trying to get race obsession out of schools but there she went ahead and did you already showed her hand their first off. What what was the line white. What was it white. What now white man demands options so now she racialized this conversation she now looks at rufo and the end she views him simply as a white man so through the critical race lens right through this lens where they racial everything she did it there she even put those words in capitals so is a white man not allowed to ask to be honest show demands. You're talking shit about him and now he's asking to talk to you so this is what they do with everything by the way. I'm gonna guess that it is possible. And i'll ask myself actually text him after this. I'll ask him if he went through the proper channels whenever anyone anytime. I've called out somebody online. I always go through the proper channels. I and you always get ignored..

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"tnt" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"tnt" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Nhl which. I've never been a hockey fan. But after that video we showed you two weeks ago of the islanders game six against the bruins in long island when everyone started singing the national anthem. I think hockey ratings have been pretty. Good it's funny. The sport from canada has become the most pro-american sport. There is All of these things are not disconnected. Like we really are in an up ending of everything. And i think you guys can see now. A lot of people can't see it because they watch mainstream media. That'll be a through line to everything else that we're going to talk about today. But we should want some people out there in mainstream still making some sense so when a guy like barkley who does make sense by the way when he talks about politics even though it's not really what he wants to talk about he does make sense when he talks about how you know. Basically everyone is trying to ratio. Is everything and that you know all everyone's trying to turn everybody against everybody. He gets it and by getting it. He has to step out of the system. So barkley chuck. I love you man. One of the saddest moments in my life one thousand nine hundred seven game six against utah jazz when stockton hit that three and knocked you and clyde akeem out of the playoffs i watched that game every now and again and it's very sad the last minute i wanted you guys to win that i wanted you to get your ring but i want to give you another ring. I wanna give you a ring of freedom and so join me with locals. Let's see what happens all right. Let's move on to the next door. So joy reed. I've talked about her a bit over the last couple weeks. Now it's of funny. This is one of those things. Dr address before when these people do these ridiculous things on cnn msnbc. Nobody's really watching. Like msnbc's ratings are terrible. They're hugely funded by giant corporate behemoths. They have massive staffs probably twenty upwards of fifty people on some of these shows. I have no idea exactly how many they have at this point. But they have huge staffs they have huge budgets multiple producers directors. Everything else as. I always say you guys i got a. I got a producer sitting right there. I got a director sitting right there. I got an intern. Who's working from home. And then what. I say here just coming out of my mind. I got a couple of notes. And that's it but you get these overproduced shows that are basically democrat propaganda. That's what joy reid is. She's a she's a democrat propagandists. By the way you can find some very anti-gay writing of hers that msnbc never addressed from about twenty years now of course. If she was on the right she would have been cancelled and destroyed. But she's a lefty. She's a democrat progressive. So so that's okay. When you do that anyway after chris rufo and most of you know chris rufo. I've had him on the show a few times. He is a lawyer and what. I love about chris. He's a fighter like this isn't a guy that's just talking about stuff. This is a guy who has taken the fight against critical race theory against race essentially against the idea that you are born guilty because of your skin color in this case white against the idea that we should ratio is everything and that traits that once we thought of as good things like showing up on time and working hard and knowing empirical facts like two plus two equals four that somehow these are white things and these are things that must be destroyed in that the founding of america was evil because it was through white people and all of these things and that the real thing that brought america together with slavery. I mean these are all nonsensical things that are being pushed in all of our schools..

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Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Sometimes it's not important things that make way around the internet yesterday. Silly stupid. I don't even know how you'd refuse young but the big burning question going around the internet. Yesterday was, do you still carry a wallet and this was specifically aimed at men, basketball player now, broadcaster Charles Barkley was visiting a Chipotle and forgot his wallet left. It there, somebody foiled got ahold of TNT and got the wallet back to him. So now everybody's making fun of Charles Barkley because he still carries a good old-fashioned. Men's rear pocket wallet and everybody's like, how can you still carry a wallet today? I understand I carry a front pocket wallet, really more money clip with spaces for six credit cards. So it's a front pocket wallet. I've been doing that for ten fifteen, probably twenty years now only because the way to the wall, I might behind was too much. Most people don't even do that, they base wage a couple of credit cards, or driver's license, and some cash with a rubber band around it with the cell phone. Now we can attach credit cards. And driver's license has a little pockets on the back and we don't necessarily need a wallet per se, but I can't imagine going fully without something in my front pocket, dead.

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Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Sometimes it's not important things that make way around the internet yesterday. Silly stupid. I don't even know how you'd refuse young but the big burning question going around the internet. Yesterday was, do you still carry a wallet and this was specifically aimed at men, basketball player now, broadcaster Charles Barkley was visiting a Chipotle and forgot his wallet left. It there, somebody foiled got ahold of TNT and got the wallet back to him. So now everybody's making fun of Charles Barkley because he still carries a good old-fashioned. Men's rear pocket wallet and everybody's like, how can you still carry a wallet today? I understand I carry a front pocket wallet, really more money clip with spaces for six credit cards. So it's a front pocket wallet. I've been doing that for ten fifteen, probably twenty years now only because the way to the wall, I might behind was too much. Most people don't even do that, they base wage a couple of credit cards, or driver's license, and some cash with a rubber band around it with the cell phone. Now we can attach credit cards. And driver's license has a little pockets on the back and we don't necessarily need a wallet per se, but I can't imagine going fully without something in my front pocket, dead.

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Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Carry A Wallet (MM #3738)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Sometimes it's not important things that make way around the internet yesterday. Silly stupid. I don't even know how you'd refuse young but the big burning question going around the internet. Yesterday was, do you still carry a wallet and this was specifically aimed at men, basketball player now, broadcaster Charles Barkley was visiting a Chipotle and forgot his wallet left. It there, somebody foiled got ahold of TNT and got the wallet back to him. So now everybody's making fun of Charles Barkley because he still carries a good old-fashioned. Men's rear pocket wallet and everybody's like, how can you still carry a wallet today? I understand I carry a front pocket wallet, really more money clip with spaces for six credit cards. So it's a front pocket wallet. I've been doing that for ten fifteen, probably twenty years now only because the way to the wall, I might behind was too much. Most people don't even do that, they base wage a couple of credit cards, or driver's license, and some cash with a rubber band around it with the cell phone. Now we can attach credit cards. And driver's license has a little pockets on the back and we don't necessarily need a wallet per se, but I can't imagine going fully without something in my front pocket, dead.

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Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

Talking Tech

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

"Listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech co. Mike snyder is off today. So how's this for a summer. Movie blockbuster amazon confirmed on wednesday that it will acquire movie studio. Mgm in a deal that's valued at eight point. Four five billion dollars in a statement amazon said they will help preserve. mgm's heritage a films which includes more than four thousand titles including a lot of names. That i'm sure many of you are familiar with james bond. The magnificent seven raging bull rocky legally blonde a lot of very popular very well known films. Mgm also owned several popular tv shows including the handmaid's tale which is currently in the middle of its fourth season on hulu. The deal is still subject to regulatory approval amazon. Didn't say when they expect to steal to close and when they would officially own mgm but clearly. This is a pretty significant step on several factors it highlights a lot of consolidation that we're noticing in the streaming market These there are a lot of these Different services out there and it's getting very competitive and we're seeing a lot of consolidation here. One example of this is a t and t. They announced that deal earlier this month to combine its media business with discovery so that brings together stuff like. Hbo max and then cnn tbs tnt with discovery networks like food network hdtv now if you are a subscriber to amazon. This is an interesting proposition because now if you have a subscription to prime video you have this new collection of movies and tv shows the you can draw from if you subscribe to other services. I don't know exactly which. Mgm movies are available in one which services. But it's possible. Maybe some of those movies. We'll transition

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Amazon to Buy MGM, Studio Behind James Bond and 'Shark Tank'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon to Buy MGM, Studio Behind James Bond and 'Shark Tank'

"Amazon is buying MGM studios in an eight point four five billion dollar deal Amazon which owns prime video already has its own studio with shows like the marvelous Mrs Maisel but adding MGM means access to thousands of films like the James Bond franchise along with TV shows and the opportunity to develop more from intellectual property Amazon will also get cable channel epix which MGM owns the deal still needs the customary approval from regulators it's the latest media industry deal that's aimed at boosting streaming services to compete against Netflix and Disney plus a TNT and discovery announced earlier in the month they were combining I'm Julie Walker

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AT&T and Discovery Merge to Create New Streaming Giant

Geek News Central

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

AT&T and Discovery Merge to Create New Streaming Giant

"Is merging warnermedia at discovery to create a new media giant. And they feel. This is a better way to compete with disney and net flicks and the age of streaming. The did the deal will bring a lot of familiar names. Tv and film world under one rupe wonder meaning owns. Hbo cnn cartoon network tbs tnt. And the warner brothers movie studio which is responsible for such huge franchises. Such as batman now discovery operates on numerous cable net or discovery rates. Numerous cable networks inkling. Hdtv animal planet food network tlc. Both companies also have their own string platform. Hbo maxon discovery. Plus of this combination could be an interesting one. Maybe help us reduce cost a little bit. The

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Broadcaster Marv Albert Retiring After NBA Eastern Conference Finals

The Jim Rome Show

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Broadcaster Marv Albert Retiring After NBA Eastern Conference Finals

"The Eastern Conference finals, marking the end of nearly 60 years in the business that started calling or started with calling Nick and Ranger Games on the radio. He was at the mic for just about every sport in his career in almost every one of them at the network level. Albert, who is in the Basketball Hall of Fame broadcast 13 NBA Finals and 25 All Star Games for NBC and TNT. The Stanley Cup playoffs continue tonight,

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George Dominates Indiana Pacers, Leads Los Angeles Clippers to 6th Straight Win

ESPN Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

George Dominates Indiana Pacers, Leads Los Angeles Clippers to 6th Straight Win

"With a 1 26 1 15 win over the Pacers Clippers have won six straight first game on the road after their nine game home stand to get the victory. Paul George 36 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, and he spoke with the TNT crew. I just contain a man Continue to be a student of the game. I really locked in, um, the way No, we chopped it up earlier, Um, for the season started about just watching film watching edits. I've been doing that. Ton of that, Um, it's crazy Year 11 year, 11. I could still be You know, a student of the game is still one toe learning and no more. So I've just been locking in with my team locking in with my personal team on do you know I've been able to come out? God blessed me to make sure it's

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Pressure Builds Over Restrictive Voting Bills in Texas

NEWS 88.7 Programming

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Pressure Builds Over Restrictive Voting Bills in Texas

"Prominent Texas corporations this week joined the call to protect voting rights, and that drew a verbal tirade from Governor Greg Abbott. We have American airlines, we have a TNT. We have a Dell computers away and others who have taken a position against the election law reforms we met in the state of Texas work, the C E O tzar of these companies and the leaders of these companies admitted. I had no idea what the Texas lost said, or whether Texas proposed law say before taking a position against it. They need to stay out of politics, especially when they have no clue what they're talking about. Grassroots opposition to these bills continues to grow on Thursday about 100 voting rights activists gathered outside the 18 T corporate headquarters in downtown Dallas. As Kate, You're raised. Christopher Connelly reports. It's part of a statewide campaign to pressure corporations to oppose Republican bills that would make it harder to vote. The activists want to send a message stand on the side of voting rights or be party to an ugly new chapter in Texas history. So why? No Pastor Freddie Haynes of French of West Baptist Church says Over the summer a TNT declared that black lives matter. But now the company's failing to support black people's right to vote right now. In Texas voter suppression is going on in the name of voter integrity, but all of us ain't fallen for the okey doke because we recognize It has ugly Route A TNT released a statement saying the right to vote is sacred and calling it the single best way to ensure everyone's voice is heard. It didn't mention the sweeping GOP bills, which would limit early voting band drive through voting and make it a crime to proactively send out vote by mail applications. Jane Hamilton is from the Barbara Jordan Leadership Institute. This is not a time for any corporation to sit on the sideline for Worth based American Airlines and round Rock based Dell Technologies have opposed the legislation. If the activists have their way. Morte, CSIS companies will follow suit. I'm

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SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

SAG Awards to honor best performances — with some distance

"Socially distanced award show is on tap for tonight. The twenty seventh annual screen actors guild awards focuses on both the individual performances in the work of the on samba in series and in a film john. Bridgeton 's rig is on page nabbed his first nomination for his performance in britain and the cast scored a nomination for outstanding drama ensemble netflix's shows dominated with the crown picking up five nominations as depop. Tv's shits creek in film. Bloods minority the father. The trial of chicago. Seven and ma rainey's black bottom all received three nominations. Each the pre-tape scaledown show will air on tnt at eight. Fox's michelle kalina. i'm pam

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AT&T raises HBO Max subscriber forecast, sees 120 million to 150 million by the end of 2025

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

AT&T raises HBO Max subscriber forecast, sees 120 million to 150 million by the end of 2025

"Serviced and will end this year with his many as 70 million subscribers. By the end of 2025, the company expects that will more than double toe a high end count of 150 million. It raises the bar substantially. A TNT Last fall, it set a goal of hitting 50 Million subscribers by 2025. Sometimes when California start

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We're Getting a New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:06 min | 1 year ago

We're Getting a New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game

"Teenage mutant ninja turtles shredders. Revenge is being developed by montreal based tribute games since its inception in two thousand seven publisher. Documentum has leaned heavily into classic game. Classic game nostalgia with retro remakes and sequels such as streets of rage for winter. Sue and wonderboy the dragon's trap janet garcia. Have you are are you into teenage mutant. Ninja turtles games at all excited for this one. I am into them. I am excited excited. It's a strong word. I'm interested in it. I definitely will pick it up. I am a pretty big fan of like. I think they Satiate that part of my lizard brain that craves repetitiveness and just something. That's fun that you can zone out to But it also has like a little bit depth to them. I think that's why that john robbery offers when it's done well I've played a lot of recent ones like streets rage. Four i dig into scott pilgrim which wasn't as magical as i remember it being but i still. I still had a good time. I got very stuck at the final boss. Which i'm still bitter about but yeah i think i think this would be interesting. I i like the other game. But i'm not like a tnc fanatic like personally You know it's funny. We were talking about. Mario deep nostalgia right but like tnt doesn't do that for me. Like i wasn't like. I did watch the cartoons as a kid and i did watch like the Would you call it. Love action like secret of the us. I watched by going into like you know it was a fun time. They have little canister was going to happen. I watched the hell out of that movie. Why for me nostalgia. Stuff never really gets me. Super one over. I think just because like it's still pulling on an old thread in a way. Like i always get more excited about like new ideas now. This is a new entry. So i think like this is cool and could be really good but like i'm not gonna pretend like i'm like i've never talked about before right. Like i'm not a fanatic over it but yeah i think they've equality. Beat them up. I think those are fun characters and it's a cold world so yeah i'm definitely not check this out when it

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SEC suing AT&T for telling analysts nonpublic information

WBZ Midday News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

SEC suing AT&T for telling analysts nonpublic information

"The SEC is suing a TNT, the agency accusing the company and three executives of leaking nonpublic information, including an unexpected decline in smartphone demand to Wall Street analysts in

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Wall Street pulls back, weighed down by tech

Networth Radio

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Wall Street pulls back, weighed down by tech

"The NASDAQ fell into negative territory for the year. By the way, has got no yield. Right? Right. So Essentially no yield, anyway. NASDAQ 100 Falling substantially at the end of the week, and Ah, Tesla, Okay, Tesla's high was $900 hit a low this week near 600. Okay, that's that that signals a shift. Is it over Price to 306 times, trailing 12 months earnings um, that actually that number. It's about 110 times next year's earnings. Now, the whole electric vehicle complex is a point of discussion. Okay, so I've got the graph right here. That's interesting. So Steven Norris Super Chuck does the graph in percentage terms. Okay for the year for the year, Okay? Just year today. What percent Tesler? Is actually I guess. Steven ran the charred little sooner but Tesler right at the moment is a minus 6% for the year. There you go. Okay at 666. Right now. Nikola is actually a 25% gain. So these things had a big run. You know, Fisker, um, that's another electric vehicle company with many school revenues you can get. You can get vegan interior for their fiscal car, though. Just so you know. Vegan interior. What zit plastic? I guess that's big, hidden. That's not leather. Okay, But if you're gonna be totally green, you can't use plastic and you can't use leather. So what are we gonna use? I don't know. It's that's it. We could use burlap. We're gonna put that on her lap is renewable. We're gonna put that on the gym. Maybe it's hemp. Hamp. There you go. It's renewable. It's not made of animals. And it's not fossil fuels. Okay, just saying so. The the electric vehicle rally, which we had said My God, look at the revenue and multiples. Okay, Here's what test was worth. $660 billion today. Yep. And G. M and Ford Worth 60 or 70,000,000,001 tent. They have a lot more sales. All right. Thank you. So that you know that was part of this is a lot of these companies don't have sales. So Churchill Capital. Takes us back. Mm. And is merging with Lucid motors. That's right. Loose. It announced. Really what looks like a competitors to test life. Yeah, it's it's a It's a beautiful car. Well, they haven't done it yet. Right. Pre orders. I think now we gotta have Papa Dean weigh in on this one because He takes you He had a piece on the history of the automotive industry. And you know this is back when it was just the big three in the U. S right. GM Ford Ah! Right in Chrysler. Yeah. Thank you. Hey, Uh, but he pointed out at one time, there were literally over 1000 car companies. Yeah. You know, but making one in the garage. I got a car. You know, everybody's making one. I can tell you one. It was a big boom, and it's similar to this Now. Then, of course, that all consolidated Through bankruptcies, recessions and mergers, right? Some did well, some didn't but it is interesting that this kind of led the NASDAQ down, but I was surprised at the end of the week when we're looking at trading right? So the Dow has got a gain of about 1.7%. If you look at the energy sector, that's that's been the most amazing performer. The pipelines are up 12% for the year. Uh, the overall energy sectors about 30%, right? Financials up 12%. Communication services. I guess that's a TNT is not helping. They're down for the year.

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"tnt" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"tnt" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A call from a TNT, which has since provided fiber optic Internet to his street in North Hollywood. Camp yourself Fox News and I'm Jack. Hello here. This'll is Fox News. E forecast. It is going to be slippery out there in places west of I 65 elevated roadways. Be careful. Overnight lows around 16 hard freeze. Also very breezy with wind chills in the single digits, Sonny on Tuesday High of 33 on your side to be BRC First alert. Chief meteorologist J P Dice on NewsRadio 1055 w E. R. C Right now It's 23 degrees at Birmingham's News, Traffic and Weather Station news radio. 1055 w we are see Radio 1055 w we are see. Thank you. Rory. Welcome to coast to Coast Am later tonight. Horror films. Here's what's happening. While the country's getting walloped with some harsh weather winter storm hit, Texas has left more than 2.5 million customers without power in the state of it dangerously low temperatures. Here in ST Louis. We got hit with 6 to 7 inches of snow. Right now it's one degrees outside of the cave. Here. We're in broadcasting and it's cold throughout the rest of the country. Wow..

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"tnt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"tnt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He could make a call on TNT. LeBron James led the Lakers to a win, he says Thes games air More than just basketball. We understand we're going on a society right now on. We're using this NBA platform as the players and the coaches as organizations who continue to stand strong on it. Before the game, James and all the other players knelt during the national anthem. Some accusations aimed at the Ellen DeGeneres show Talking to Kristi Vegan, whether handsome husband complains about the workplace environment. Ellen says she's taking steps to improve culture on the set in Asia. The Nikkei lost more than 600 points today. Right now, Dow futures are slightly up. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's 403 and right now downtown 93 the South bound side. Still has that triple enclosure in place, Mr Gavin over those a command through the O'Neill tunnel. You're just under the speed limit, And then you're off at Exit 20 Mass Pike as 93 south is fully closed. On the pike eastbound all traffic detoured off a Copley Square that exit 22 Tobin Bridge Outbound. You're down two lanes under the speed limit that extends into the Chelsea curves where you have delays with the right lane is closed airport tunnels. All moving well. The Ted Williams Tunnel has work crews in both directions and are being cleared out. Now. No trouble along the Charles on Soldiers Feel Road or Storrow Drive south of the City Expressway is fine and 93 Southie offer him to Route 24 is closed. That'll be picked up soon. Route 3 40 minutes between Braintree And the second War Bridge, 24 95 or moving freely west of town on the pike eastbound you slowing down for work crews that Route 30 in Natick route to East has a brief delay with Lane's taken from Charlie Road to Jackson wrote in Devon's in 2 90 Westbound. Full closure at Rue 1 40 in Shrewsbury, follow the detour to get around that north of Town 93 North found watch for a setup by 2 13 in Methuen. 1 28 North not a major delay, but two right lanes are closed by Route 28 reading for 95. Route one. Route three are all in good shape, this report sponsored by Compassion International. We're all feeling the weight of covert 19. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Joint compassion International and provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time. $40 GIFT by texting Hope. 283393 cloudy skies 75 degrees Di Perez. W busy traffic on the threes. Here's the four day W B Z AccuWeather forecast early on this Friday morning with patchy clouds humid. There will be a spotty shower or thunderstorm. Low 71. Later today. A shower thunderstorm lingering near the South Coast, Cape and islands this morning, Otherwise partly sunny and a bit less humid. I 82 85 partly cloudy tonight Low 69 Tomorrow, with plenty of sun. Very warm highs between 84 88 except it'll be your 80th. The beach is becoming more human. Sunday an afternoon thunderstorm possible high 82 0 Maki Weather meteorologist Car Bobinsky W Visi Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm done. Huff. Here's what's happening. 300 for newly confirmed covert 19 cases statewide, bringing the total to 109,450 new deaths that total nearly 8400 Health officials say. Ah hospital group reporting our delayed results being reported, and those figures are included in the latest total Governor, Charlie Baker, touring the Pfizer facility and and over the company working on a potential covert 19 vaccine..

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"tnt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"tnt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Tracy Morgan was on TNT talking to Charles Barkley by Serra Pailin and just because that aired on TNT does not mean that it's going to air right here might not be that hard to find but you're not gonna find it here like I wanna play that clip one more time but this time the snow Hoda just being the pro's pro the entire time every week she got pregnant okay so you know we we we and we also we role playing a lot now we're role playing she played a young maiden okay the respectable coronavirus sciences who discovered the cure is should do anything to save a grandfather right well you are at your creative one like most trains do not come off the rails three seconds into a nationally syndicated interview on daytime TV so credit to Hoda for getting it back on the tracks despite Tracy's best efforts to burn the entire thing down that interview never got as freaky after that but it stayed weird it stayed really weird so I'm going to get all marked their sit down get more charges I'm getting more more retail tested I just bought a six hundred pound silverback gorilla I'm taking down the New York president Terry and get him tested everybody's getting it tested are you for real or just pretend that no I'm sure medicines reels so in addition to his corona virus theme to role play in the bedroom Tracy Morgan's gonna get his sharks and his guerrilla tested for a covered nineteen Beijing Tracy Morgan's patch sharks getting a test before I don't know somebody who's sick a human and that was that was bizarre that was bizarre Hey look I'm all about storytelling right about now but maybe save the one about knocking up your wife three times well you role play is a scientist who has the cure for her grandfather's corona virus the your withholding until she gives it up then again you want to Tracy Morgan on your show you got Tracy Morgan on your show could be worse you could drop a deuce in some in some other guy show Barry Switzer style I would say to stay safe and enjoy that lockdown trace it sounds like you already are at least Z. enjoying part of the lockdown medicines reels you want Tracy Morgan you've got Tracy Morgan when we come back it open phone third hour and I see the phone line to start line.

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"tnt" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"tnt" Discussed on KTRH

"TNT they were so good then we had a little freeze come through and the bottom part of the tree for help grow the branches that produce those sweet oranges now they're coming out again with our discount at the top of the tree but Hey Herald right because what you are grown what you are growing is a sour orange the root stock was a sour orange root stock that they grafted this sweeter fruit on too when we talk about all the fruit tree sales they're going to be coming up in January and February and people buy these orange trees there already grafted that so you're not gonna probably get it to ever change its taste flavor it can sometimes it'll go through a reversion there's no guarantee on that but anytime you go through a freeze if you lose the treat beyond the graft which you did because it came back from the base then what's growing is sour orange the root stock that they grafted this sweet orange on to okay is there is it impossible to regret it no absolutely it's a very viable option so you got to be able to find the new fruit for you one find somebody who's growing or some place that has a sweet fruit that's doing gangbusters right now and we're gonna have to learn to take a cutting I'm pretty sure this is not the time the year to take the cutting usually April may or to the best months to take the cuttings from the orange tree that you want and grafted on to that so you need to do a little there's all kinds a you tube videos out there on the grafting it's so easy it's the most people make it sound like it's such a hard thing to do it's not a one take the missed out of that for you such an easy thing is just the right tool the right type of cutting in the right tableau grafting method it'll it'll do you wonder so keep growing the tree because you you beat me to the question before I even had a chance to say it as that of the tree looks healthy otherwise grow it and use it as a grafting source use it as a base because that's that Cerrone's rootstock one of the best basis for grafting citrus on to in the long run alright here is her to in spring branch up next morning her tell you are on the air good morning Randy my granddaughters they are buying two acres in new Braunfels Texas and I want to move biography it's not more than five feet tall.

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"tnt" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

Blitz Sports World Podcast

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"tnt" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

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